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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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omoiAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
We are authorlaed to announce that Mr). L. C.
GIBBS, of Tnebea, la a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Schools at the ensulug
Wo are ant hor'and to announce (hut Mr. 8A MU
JCL J. Ill) MM will bei candidate for tlio offlco of
County Clerk at the comlug November election.
W are mtthoristiii to date that .Mr. J. II. MCL
CAUKY, or Commercial Point, will be a candi
date for County CominlHBlouer at the coming No
vetnbereleciloo. AIM'EM.ATS CkIHK.(
'iVoiir f aitluruet to announce that K. A. D.
Vll.lt VNKS, of Jeifcritoa county, U a candidate
for Ui)f oftue Ani tllate Court tu the Fourth
Divislm of liiiuoW. abject to tho uecielon of a
convention of the Democratic parly
We are authorized to announce Mr. JoIIN
HODUKS at a candidate for (sheriff of Alexander
We are authorised to annoituco the niuo of
WAliTKK WARUKUa.acaudMa'ofortne olllci!
ofCuuuiy Jiirtjje of Akuioiler County.
We am authorized to announce Justice JOHN
II. ROBINSON aa an Independent candidate for
Couniy Judo at the coining Noveraue,- election.
Wearo authorized to announce Mr. MILES V.'.
l'AKKKH a an Independent ctndtdate for treas
urer of Ali XHuder county at the coming Noveniher
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in inn column, ettjiit centa per line for
firxlaud Ave centa per hue each aah.equent lnaer
'Ion. Kor one wuuk, St) centa per Hue. tor one
n.onlh, 60 cent par line.
Several young ladies wishing to learn
the millinery business can obtain employ
ment by applying at the establishment of
Mrs. S. Williamson, ou Seventh street.
Carpenters Wasted At Belmont
elevator, Belmont, Mo.
E. P. Burling a me, Foreman.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
atRennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid iu cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tt -John T. Rennie.
at DeBaun's, 50" Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith & Brinkmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near 8tli
Btreet, are receiving a full line of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest paterns
tor suiting and are ready to receive orders
aud manfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed n't. Their prices
are as low as best goods can be sold. 9-5-1 m
at DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Flour is cheaper aud my loaves are made
large that my customers may get the ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do not pedllo bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in the city. Remember it is big loaves and
sold only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. -Try it.
9 21m. Frank Kkatky.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Out of tho fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present &t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, ne
tween oiti ami imt streets, uruers win De
filled sttm hs usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day
at DeBaunV, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excuraiou tickets t" all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto aud Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or address J, II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date liue, perfora
ted stub, muted to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumeis of ir,e are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
1m)X on Eighth street in Cundiff s store where
ice iu nv quautity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the H-tmo as by drivers of wagons, tf.
. Use The Cairo Bulletin perforated
cratch book, made of calendered jute
umnilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
hale, in three bizes, at the ollire. No. 3 and
8. tive mid ten cents each by tho single one,
by the dozen. Special discount (n gnma
lots to the fade.
Ask your physician ami he will (ell you
thatliuchu is one of the best, HurcHt and
safest remedies lor aiding, strengthening
ana cleansing too Kiuneya. it ia one of
the ingredients ot Hops ami Malt Bitters.
' TllE only scientific Iron Medicine thnt
does not product) headache, &c, but givea
to tho system ail tlio Delictus ot iron with,
out its bad effects, Is Brown's Iron Bitters
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In theae coinmna, ten centa per Una,
ch In.ertion ana whether marked or not, it calcu
lated to foward any man' bnalncaa Interest are
always paid for.
Fresh oysters and fino celery at Win
ter Bros., on Eighth street. It
Wm. Alba has the finest barber shop
in Southern Ills. tf
Oo to IIaythoi;n & Sloo, for ladies'
Col. S. S.Taylor is on his way to New
York on business.
A new bny baby arrived in the family
of Mr. Richard English Thursday.
See notice in special locals of youug
ladies wanted, to learn the millinery busi
ness, by Mrs. S. Williamson.
25 dozen boy's and men's hats at half
the usual price at Haythorn & Sloo.
There will be services at tho Church of
the Redeemer at 7 and llyi. m. and at 7 p.
Captain Charles F. Nellia has sold his
tug "Laurel" to Captain Probst, 4l New
Orleans, who has taken tho craft away.
Tickets for Collin's excursion to Louis
ville, Cincinnati and Niagara Falls nrn for
sale at Coleman's book store.
Go to Wm. Alb Vs on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop m southern Ills. tf
-Ladies if you want elegant durable
perfect fitting shoes go to Haythorn & Sloo.
Mr. W.J. Buell.ofSt. Louis, newspa
per correspondent and author of several
books, was a guest at Tho llalliday yester
day. A train load of small rock was brought
in by the Wabash road yesterday aud spread
along the track on Commercial avenue,
below Sixth street.
Lost: An ear-drop, between Eigh
teenth and Twentieth streets, on Commer
cial avenue. A liberal reward is offered the
finder, if left at this office.
When in search of school shoes for
girls go to Haythorn & Sloo, where the best
stock is kept.
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
this week Jlrs. P. A. Taylor, county su
perintendent of public instruction, will
examine the teachers selected by the board
for the enMiin? school year.
Last night Deputy Sheriff Guy Morse
arrested a negro for carrying concealed
weapons, had him fined twenty-five dollars
and costs by Justice Robinson, and, in de
fault, took him to jail.
Gentlemen if you have been"all around'
and caunot find a decent shoe or boot go to
Haythorn & Eloo, and got them.
Wm. Fountain, who ha9 been in jail
for some months under a four hundied
dollar bond, charged with cattle stealing,
was set at liberty yesterday, having pro
cured the necessary bond.
The meat shop of Mr. Charles Gilhofer
on Commercial avenue, near Twentieth St.
is still flourishing, is supplied with every
variety of fresh meats ot tho best qualities
and presided over by an experienced and
Mr. George M.O'Hara, of Carbondalo
was deputised to come here yesterday and
take charge of tho negro, Win. Woodward,
arrested here by Chief Myers upon a charge
of complicity in a murder at Carboudtilo
some time ago.
If you want boys' shoes go to Hay
thorn & Sloo tho best is always tho cheap
est. Mrs. E. 0. Ford has been very ill for
the last three weeks, and, at tho urgent
solicitations of her family, she will take a
trip north, hoping it will benefit her health.
She will Btart for New York, on Monday,
by way of Niagara.
A stand of artificial flowers of mauy
diflereut varieties, having a resemblance
to nature that would almost deceive tho
fairy queen, and arranged tastily and at
tractively, has excited much admiration and
compliment among those who visited the
store of Mrs. S." Williamson during last
The "Murphy Movement" is progress
ing with satifactory success. Captain
Murphis a gentlemen, and therefore ho
does not talk about "hurling" republicans
'over the battlements." Ho is a substan
tial business man and tho people every
where throughout the district seem to smile
on the "movement."
Mrs. L. C.Gibhs, of Thebes, announces
herself in this issue of The Bulletin ns a
candidate for county superintendent of
schools. She is well known in the county
as a lady of fine, educational qualities; she
is very popular ami has more executive
ability than tho average of her sex. She
is well qualified for the office -will tnako
a strong canvas and a good school superiu
tendent if elected.
Two hundred cases boots and shoes
just received by Haythorn A Sloo. Wo
will duplicato Chicago prices either whole
sale or retail.
To-day union Sunday school service
will be held at the Methodist church. Tlio
scholars of tho Presbyterian, Baptist and
Twenty-ninth Stroet Mission schools will
meet at their respective places of worship
at the usual hour this afternoon and will
trom thenco go to the Mct'iodist church to
take part iu the lorvico there, which
begins at 3:15 p. m. The union exercises
will consist in part of a review of the les sons
of tho last quarter.
In the light of political devolopomcnts
at Anna on Wednesday there appears a
possibility that Mr. James Scurlock, the
Republican nominee for the lower house of
tho legislature, will bo defeated.' But Rw
publicans would have no good reason to
complain over tho election of Logan and
tho defeat of Scurlock, for it's all in the
family anyhow. Logan is a good enough
Republican for most of them.
A prominent Prohibitionist of this city,
who has hitherto taken an active part in
tho Prohibition movement hero, a Repub
lican Prohibitionist, by tho way, has
determined that the Republican lasso
thrown over the Anna convention shall not
encompass his neck ; and though he had
firmly intended to cast three solid v.'tes for
Mr. Logan, has determined now to pay
that compliment to Mr. Sidney Greer, one
of tho Democratic nominees. And ho says
ho may also vote for Captain Murphy.
At the meeting of tho Reform Club
Friday night the following officers were
elected: Mr. M. Easterday, president; Mr.
J. S. Petrie, first vice president; Mr. G. M.
Alden, second vice president; Mr. David
son, third vice-president; Mr. George
Hendricks, secretary; Mr. W. L. Bristol,
treasurer; Mr. Hammond, marshal; Mr. J.
M. H'gan, assistant marshal; Mr. Moses
Phillips, steward; Mr. Cooper F. Ford,
sergeaut-at-hims. Several littlo addresses
were made congratulating the club and
Prohibitionists generally npon their politi
cal prospects in this senatorial district.
Mr. Easterday gave a short synopsis of the
proceedings of the Prohibition convention
at Anna and concluded, with an assuiance,
that Mr. Logan would make a successful
- For a day or two a family consisting,
of husband, wife, a little girl of twelve
years and an infant, who came hero from
Kansas, have been in the city. They have
been on tlio wharf boats for several days
and were made comparitively uncomforta
ble by the officers there. They are without
money and have had nothing to eat, but
what kind friends furnished them. They
are on their way to Indiana, their former
home. They are doubtless of that small
army of poor people who are suffering for
all the comforts and many of the necessar
ies of life in the state of Kansas which
Governor St. John says is in a prosperous
condition. It is probable that aid will bo
asked of citizens to assist the family on
their way home, in which case a liberal re
sponse should bo made.
Tho Prohibition county ticket is very
incomplete. It consist now only of a can
didate for sheriff, Mr. Hammond, of San
dusky, aud a candidate lor coroner,
Mr. J. M. Bowles, and a candidate
for county superintendent of public instruc
tion, Mrs. P. A. Taylor. Mr. Yost, the can-
didato for county clerk, and Mr. Sidney
Miller, of E!ro, the candidate for assessor
and tre:isni"r, and Judge Marchildon, the
candidate for county commissioner, have
withdrawn and, so fur, efforts to induce
others to t iko their places, havo failed.
Unless th"e vacant places are supplied j
very soon tho Prohibition canvas in the
county will not bo as interesting
as it might bo and the strength of
the party will not bo brought out. For
their own satisfaction and that of.anti
Prohibitionists who desire to know the
full strength of their lively littlo political
a Iversary, no olfort should bo spared to
havo the ticket full in time for tho elec
tion. Those that havo failed to attend Mrs
S. Williamson's opening during tho last few
days missed a grand treat, for she had one of
tho grandest'displays of goods that was ever
brought to the city. On entering the store,
ladies wero amazed with the taste displayed
in the arrangement and the elegance of the
goods. They feasted their eyes on some
elegantly trimmed hats which they hoped
to sue again in our new and elegant opera
house on some festive occasion. There
were on exhibition trimmed hats from
Now York, Chicago, and St. Louis; but the
hats from Kaufman, Althcimer & Colin, of
St. Louis, took tho preference over all
others and were all sold by Saturday alter
noon, bringing from eighteen to twenty
dollars. But they will bo duplicated by
Wednesday morning. Mrs. Williamson
and her lady assistants will be pleased to
show her customers through her stock at :
Forepaugh has twenty-two elephants
which aro all introduced and performed by
Adam Forepaugh, Jr., a youth only 18
years of ago. The youngest, most gifted
and heroic trainer of wild beasts in tho
world. Ho can bo seen at each exhibition
performing more elephants than ever wero
owtiod or exhibited by any show on earth
Their performance presents ono of the
most amusing and thrilling spectacles of
animal sagacity over witnessed. Theso
representatives from the land of Brahma,
Sivi and Vishnu were formerly used in tho
sacred and spectacular displays customary
in that distant region, and whero ever they
appear never fail to excito the most un
bounded applause, wonder mid admiration,
of all who witness their marvelous tnaneii.
vers. (Philadelphia Record.
Forepaugh will exhibit his Great Show
here ou Saturday, Sept. 10.
TALLY ONE MORE FOR CAIRO.
Captain John O. I). Knight, of tho Uni
tod States engineer corps, who has chargo
of the government work on tho Mississippi
river between this city and Island No. 40,
has decided to make Cairo his headquarters
during tho continuanco of the work.
The authorities at Washington left it
entirely with Captain Knight to decide
whether his headquarters should be at
Memphis or at Cairo. Tho captain visited
both places, acquainted himself with the
advantagc8 afforded by each, in the way
of facilities for receiving and distributing
necessary material and supplies, rapid and
easy communication with every part of tho
country, hotel and other accommodations,
sanitary condition, etc., and, after giving
all theso matters at bot'i points a full and
fair consideration, the captain decided in
favor of Cairo as being the more desirable
point of tho two.
In conversation with a Bulletin rep
resentative tho captain expressed himself
as being deeply indebted to Captain W. P.
llalliday and to Mr. Geo. Fisher, for val
uable assistance rendered him in his ef
forts to determine upon his location. He
said that it was due in a very great measure
to tho efforts of these gentlemen that his
decision was made iu favor of Cairo.
It is likely that a suit of rooms will be
set aside in the custom house for tho uso of
Captain Knight, when ho shall be prepared
to take possession of them.
Captain Knight left again last uight for
THE ANNA CONVENTION.
The proceedings of the Pohibition (?) con
vcniion of the fifty-first senatorial district,
held at Anna on the 26th instant were, ae
cor dug to tho statement of one of the
Cairo delegates, iu substance, as follows:
Tlio convention met in opera hall, about
1 o'clock in tho afternoon. There
were about sixty delegates and it
was a very sober, intelligent looking
body of mon. There wero eighteen dele,
gates from Jackson county, six from Alex
ander and about twenty from Union, be
sides a good sizod audience, some of whom
a'so took active part in tho proceedings.
Dr. Hale, of Anna, was elected chairman
and Mr. M. C. White, of Jackson, was
A committee of three, one delegtto from
each county (Alexander county being re
presented by Dr. Petrie) was appointed to
examine the credentials of tha delegates
Another committee of three was ap
pointed, upon motion of Dr. Petrie, to
select candidates for tho nomination. Aod
still another on resolutions.
After due deliberation the committee on
credential reported that each county in the
district should bo entitled to an equal
number of delegates, to the number of
eighteen, and that the credentials of those
claiming to be delegates were all right.
The committee on candidates presented
the names of four gentlemen: Dr. Sanders,
of Jonesboro; George Gordon, of Jackson
county; T. M. Lian, of Murphysboro, aud
James Huusackcr, ot Union county.
No speeches were made for either of the
candidates, but a vote was immediately
! taken, which resulted as follows:
Logan, 27; Hunsacker, 21; Gordon, 0;
It appears from the first ballot that
there were sixty delegates in the convention,
which made thirty-one necessarry to a
choice. The secon I ballot resulted in tho
nomination of Mr. Logan, as follows:
Jackson cunty, 27 tor Logan; Alexan
der county, 9 for Logan, 3 for Sanders and
0 for Hundrac.ker; Union county's chairman,
seeing that Mr. Logan had already nier
ly tho number necessary to nominate,
without casting the vote of his delegation,
moved that Mr. Logan's nomination bo
made unanimous, which was carried with
out a dissenting voice.
Tho committee on resolutions offered
several "whereases" and "resolves," but the
mily important ono was that asking Mr.
Louis Hammock, member of the State Pro
hibition Central committee from this con
gressional district, to withdraw the call for
a congressional convention at Carbondalo
on the 27lh inst.
A Senatorial District Central committee
was elected, comprising one member from
each county. Aloxandor county is repro
sented by Mr. M. Easterday.
Tho convention was through with its
work in a few hours, perfect harmony pre-
vailing throughout, and then adjourned
At night a mass meeting was held at tho
hall, at which tho action of tho convention
was enthusiastically ratified, and at which
speeches were liiado by Mr. Jackson, of
Carbohdalc; Dr. Petrie and Rev. Bowles, of
this county, and others.
Those who aro infatuatod with tho Pro
hibition movement hero will, of course,
fail to see anything in theso proceedings
but Prohibition, pure and unadulterated,
Inaugurated and cngiuoerod only by Pro
hibitionists, for Prohibitionists, independent
of, and in opposition to all other political
organizations that aro not in sympathy with
it. But even a casual observer, who s not
charmed to total blindness cannot fail toseo
In this convention as In the mass convention
In this city, tho unmistakable signs of Re
publicanism can not fail to see further and
conclusive proof of tho correctness of The
Bulletin's assertion that thoughtless young
Madomoisello Prohibition, of this senatorial
district, is helplessly in the toils of that
toothless, corrtipt old ham Machime Repub
licanism. It ia a fact not deniod,
that the nomination by the Prohibitionists
of this congressional-district of acaudidate
for congress would materially aid the
Democratic nominee and correspondingly
injure tho Republican nominee. Hero, if
the Prohibitionists of this senatorial dis
trict wero really in earnest in their profes
sions of friendship for the Democratic
party, or were really not tho pliant tools,
unconsciously, of course, of the arch Repub
lican boss here would have been tho op
portunity to provo this, by standing up
firmly for a congressional convention ami
nomination. But here, again, their action
gives tho "no such tiling" to their words
and banishes tho last vestige of hope Dem
ocrats might still have had that Miss Pro
hibition was really undefilod by tho foul
touch of the Republican Boss. Tho res
olution ot the Anna Prohibition convention,
askings withdrawal of the call for a con
gressioual convention, roves conclusively
that the convention was, either conciously
or unconciously, the tool of an unseen Re
publican influence. It is the Republican
hoof, boldly thrust forth from under the
Prohibition garment in which his. Repub
lican majesty is masquerading for a pur
pose. It cannot be mistaken; it will not
deceive Democrats, though it may escape
the notice of, or deceive and mislead, "in
THE SEASIDE CONGRESSMAN.
Metropolia Do re or rut.
Congressman Thomas, mice a resident of
this congressional district, arrived hero
last Monday night and registered at the
McCawley house. Wo can't say whether
he registers from Fortress Monroe (that's
down l)f the seashore) or from St. Louis
(that's on the west bank of the Mississippi
river) at any rate he registered. We sup
pose he will immediately begin tho business
of persuading tho people of this congres
sional district that nobody living in it tan
represent them quite so well as he, tho
non resident defendants, reminds us of a
bit of business indulged in by the Massac
Journal not long since. The Journal, as
everybody knows, is a subsidy organ. If
it ain't for subsidies, then as a matter of
fact it ain't for anything. Now the Jour
nal, as we said before, is mightily for sub
sides and for the paltry sum of fVOrt, 'thar
or thar abouts, can't say exactly.' it printed
in its columns the following:
State of Illinois ) Circuit Court of Ma-
sac County, N'uv.
County of Massac, ) Term 1881.
In the matter of Robert G. B. McK-ic vs.
John It. Thomas. Bill to Foreclose
Affidavit ot the above named complain
ant that ho has made due inquiry, and that
he is unable to ascertain the whereabouts
ot John It. Thomas, the defendant, and
that he cannot have the usual process
served upon tho defendant above named,
having been filed in the office of tho clerk
of said circuit court of Massac county,
notice is hereby given tt) the said non
resident defendant, that the complainant
filed bis bill of complaint in said court on
the chancery side thereof . on the IGth day
of August, 1881, and that a summons there
upon issued out of said court against said
defendant, returnable on the third Monday
of November, 1881. as is by law required.
Now, therefore, unless you, tho said Jno.
R. Thomas, shall personally be and appear
before the said circuit court ot Massac
county on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at tho court houso in
the city of Metropolis, in said county, on
the third Monday of November, 18S1, and
plead, answer or demur to the .said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the 'same, and
the matters and things therein charged and
stated, will be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered against you according to
the prayer of said bill.
Elijah P. Cunns, Clerk.
Hays & Akmstkonu, Corapt's. Sol.
September 19th, 1881.
It will be observed that Mr. McKec makes
affidavit that he has made duo inquiry and
is unable to ascertain tho whereabouts of
the said Jno. R. Thomas, non resident de
fendant. To come to tho plain truth it
appears that the said congressman like
Joseph of old. had fled and got him out
leaving his cast off garment which Mr.
McKoe greatly desired to lay hold of, yea
and did lay hold of it. Now Mr. McKoe is
a good man. A man that this deponent
respects very greatly. He is an honest and
a truthful man whoso word is as good as his
affidavit and his affidavit as good as any
body's. Neither Congressman Thomas nor
tho Massac Journal would any more dare
call Mr. McKee's affidavit in question than
they would stick their hands in tho fire.
And furthermore, Mr. MeKeo is a stalwart
Republican, ono of tho sect, president of
tho banking house of McKoe, Ojuante & Co.
therefore we conclude that tlio fact is estab
lished that tho said John R. Thomas cither
lives down by tho deep blue sea, or else in
tho state of Miss-ou-ree.
Adlon's Braiu Food positively cures nerv
ousness, nervous debility, and all weakness
of generative organs. $1. 6 for $5. All
druggists. Send for circular to Allen's
Pharmacy, 315 First Avo., N. Y. Sold in
Cain by Barclay Bros
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in rniw city.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EK & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth itreetl flnim Til
Commercial AvenW UUrU 111
Notice In thla column three llnea or leaa ijficenti
onetiiaertlon or $1.00 per week,
A NO. ONE PERHTBOAT FOR 8ALB.-11J
f"et long, lis feet huain ; will carry sixteen two
horae waKona. Price four tbouaand dollar. Vor
Information add e.a W. A. CADE,
tf ltflm Leavenworth Kanaaa,
rjH) LET Entire hrlck block, comor of Four
1 tuenth and Wwhlnu'tou avenue, three atorea lUxSn
and three still of rooun aultuhle for lllit houao
kuupluu. Applvto DR. LEACH,
fORSALE.-.ni.nke, Cualtal Murtfairea, Special
A Warranty and Warranty Dueda at the Uulletln
Jot) office 71
T PRINTING OKFICES-Wo havo a la rue
etockor UxM, No. 1 M" nuwa that we will .ell to
!rinlra only, In lota of not lex. than two ream, at
W 40 per ream cash. Address E A. Ilurnett. Bui
AN SarlOlioMepo'vcriiprltdit unirlnit, In trood
condition, and U foot uorntonial 2 flue boiler,
with ull the valve, pipe., new heater, drive wull
water I mk. etc.. new aiooke Htur:k all coinpluto,
pr'cu13). Addrun K. Burnett, Cairo. 111. tf.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
HHP l'KMJlKJt WO, 1HH3.
"The .Flower Queen"
(iREEiVAWA Y CONCERT !
Owliiii to the demand lor a rcpintion, both the. a
pi rformancea will lie combined for the evening's
ADMISSION-Parquet and Parquet Circle, tOr.t.
Ir.- Circle, !l!ict. Children, Wei .
tPNo reserved eat. Ticket, for tale At P. G.
hchuh' drua .tore, Coliirnvi' hook .tore aud
I'll II Haup'.
Collins' Granl . Excursion.
LOUISVILLE & CI ivC I S.NATI exposition
TU- SDAY. SEPTEMBER iflrit.
Orly sm.SO to t.oui.ville and return Onlv 7.K
to Cincinnati and return. All tk-kela (rood lor
30 day. D. K. KINO, agent at Cairo.
Ticket for aale at Illinois Ceroral olllce.
HAS. H. Fair & CO.
Proprietors of Iron ttnd Muohiue
Corner Nluetu and Washington avenue,
ALL KINDS OF MU'IIINE
WORK. HOILEH WORK AND
BLAt KSMIIHINO PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO AT REASON HLE
We r.l.o have a turner of SECOND HAND
ENGINES AND B JlLERS, for .ale cheap.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICF. PY THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEH
?';KED FOR 8HIPPINO
Oar I.onds a Spooialtv.
0or. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
V. DROSS. President. I P. NKKF. VlcePrca'nt
II. WELLS, Caauiur. T. J. Kurth, Aas't cant)
Y. Bros Ca'ro I WillUm Khito. .Cairo
Pe'rtrNefT " Wllllsm Wolf.... "
C. M Ostcrloh " I (J. ). Patler "
E. A. Buder " II. Well
J. Y. Clem.ou, Caledonia.
A OENBKAL HAN KINO BUSINESS DONE.
Exchangn fold and boiiL'ht. Intnrert p'lld ll
the Saving Department. Collecilona made and
all bualnuNH promptly attended to.
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
Cn'lforn.a Wlno., Ciwr of every choice brand
and Liquors of all Kind ulwaya ou baud. Custom
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D Stoves 13
No. 27 D 8th St.
8 Tinware. 8