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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, lR2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OFFICE: VD. 7 OHIO LKVKE.
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OND CLAIM) HATER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITV AND COUNTY
Wo areamhonioii to announce that Mrs. P. A
I Taylortaao. Independent candldato lor re-election
to the offlce of County nuiterintnadunt of ntihlic In-
atructlou, iiitijoct to tho decision of tbu voter of
Wo ire auth'ortacd to announce that Mr. L. C
GIBH.i, of Thelo. l a ciurildato for the ofrko of
County Superintendent ol Mchool at the ensuing
Wo re ant norland to announce thai Mr. 8A M U
XL J. ill' MM will he a candldato tor the office of
Comity Clurk at the coming November election.
We aro authorized to ttate that Mr. J . II. MUL
CAUKY, of Commercial Point, will he a candi
date for County Coiiinilloner at the coming No-veuiberek-citon.
We are a-tthorUmt to announce that K. A. I).
.VlLnvSK, of. IdffoMon county, U a candidate
forulornoftue Appdlaie Court lu the Konrtb.
UivlHlnn of llilnoU. enhject to the decision of a
convention of the Democratic party
We are authorised to announce Mr. .TOFIN
nOIXiKS aa a candidal)! for HiuritT of Alexander
Wo are authorised to annonnce tho name of
WALTER WAKUKRa a candid e for the olflcu
of County J ndge of Alcxaudur Couuty .
We sr authorised to auuounre .luatlce JOHN
II. ROBINSON a an Independent caudldate for
County Judge at tlin coming Novumuor election.
We are authorized to utinotin.'u Mr. MILES W.
PARK KK a an Independent candidate for trcaa
tiror of Alexauder county at the coming Novomber
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice iu tbi column, clgnt com por line for
(lrt and five com per line each anliaoquent imer-
iou. For ono week, lconts per line. For one
n onth, tut cent per line.
2 journeyman shoemakers one on bot
toms and ono on cobbling. First class
wages will be paid. Call on A. Clack, City
diioo More, mu uom l ave.
A middle aged gentlemen wishes to make
tlio acquaintance of a respectable lady with
$300 to invest in paying business. Matri
mony if agreeable, address A. J. this office.
Ilf i 1 n.. ...
wanteu nity teams will) tfSJSPCTif i,W
wura on iew icvee erreet. Work will
commence Thursday the 2ffa nat. Apply
to Robt. Biiri, Bupi'r'tffgudent of Btreots,
or to myself. Nft. Thistlkwood,
Cjjiro, Ill.,Scpt.Q. Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Delkun's.
Several young ladies wishing to learn
the millinery business can obtain employ
ment by applying at the establishment of
Mrs. 8. Williamson, on Seventh street.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Rennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bu paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Kennik.
iu market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith & Hrinkmyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near 8th
street, are receiving a full lino of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest patents
torsuitiug and are ready to receive orders
bikI mantacturo suits of the best dual
iiy cloth and guaranteed fit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can bo sold.u-fi-lra
Flour is cheaper and my loaves arc made
large that my customer.-) in iy get tho ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
3 for 10 cents. I di not peddle 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 2-lui. Frank Kratky.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Dcliauu's.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8 1 la and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, Se
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will be
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons, supply regularly every day.
at Delkun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconcin, Iowa, Miu
newjta and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Hutes low.
Call or address J. 11. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured H-jd for sate at the Cairo Bulletin
go toDoBuuu's, 50 Ohio levee.
Sprout's KetaU Ice Box.
Coubumcis of ice aro notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ico
box on Eighth street in CuodifT's store where
ice iu anv quantity can at all times be ob
lained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
list tho same M by drivers of wagons, tf.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in the eoinmn. tea cent per Una,
lirh Ineertinn and whether marked or not, if calctt
iMted to foward any nun 'a builnc interim are
Wm. Alba lias tho finest barber shop
in Southern Ills. tf
Council proceedings appear elsewhere
in this issue,
Mr. A. Black wants two journeyman
shoemakers immediately. Seo special
Chief Meyers arrested and impounded
a young but Monday. The owner should
look after him tho bull.
Dr. Leach has let the property corner
14th and Washington to Joo Roneker who
will take possession of his old place.
Ten car loads more of gravel were
brought into the city by tho Wabash road
yesterday and distributed along tho tracks
below Sixth street.
A middle Bged gentlemen seeks tho
acquaintance of a respectable lady with
$300 to invest in a paying business. Mat
rimony if agreeable. Seo special local.
Justice Robinson fined Chat. Shelby
$23 and costs yesterday for carrying con
cealed weapons. Thomas Griffith, O. II.
Luce and Charles Park, $1 and costs each
Methodists particularly and citizens
gem-rally will bo pleased to learn that
Rev. J. A.Scirrett has boon assigned to tho
charge of the M. E. church here for an other
year by theMt. Vernon conference.
Captain Thomas' engagements now
which will keep him in Jacksou and Union
counties until tho 14th of October. After
that date ho will visit either Alexander or
Pulaski counties, or both.
Chinch bugs are reported quite numer
ous in some parts of this end of the state,
and farmers are deferring their whoat sow
ing for fear of the injury these insects may
do to tho early crops before permanent cold
weather sets in.
Go to.Wtn. Alba's on Commercial ave
nue for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
best shop in southern Ills. tf
J-Buffallo Bill, (W. F. Cody), is to bo in
tlio opera house hero with a large troupe
comprising a baud of real Indians. He pro
duces a very startling play, expressly written
for bim. Some bills advertising his coming
were posted hero yesterday. He will bo here
some time iu October.
V Mr. Joseph Uonekcr has conciunea
tJVjain open saloon in his former stand,
at thU corner of Fourteenth street and
Washington avenue, known as the Phillip's
building.1 He l is. now having if fitted up
and improved internally and externally. He
will, however, not give up his present place
Tbe St. Louis and Cairo railroad com
pany (narrow gauge) is circulating some
fancy bills, advertising special rates to
E'ist St. Louis during tho fair and veiled
prophet parade, beginning October 2d.
Tickets will be goed until October 9th.
The round trip faro from all poinfs in this
county is only $3.
The Paducah Times is a recently es
tablished paper. It has from the "start
been a neat, newsy and lively Bhcot. It
went in to win and it has won. It has
been enlarged to a seven column folio. It
has outgrown its swaddling clothes, but it
still sticks to the'solid tattered garment of
Republicanism which is to be regretted.
Mound Cityites aro pleased at the pur
chase by Capt. W. P. Halliday of the horse
railroad, leading from Mound City to
Mound Junction. They nee, In tho event,
the signs of a live enterprise in the near
future. Tho road was Bold at Springfield,
under a foreclosure of mortage, for two
Messrs. Solig Munu & Bro., dry goods
and clothing merchants, near the corner of
Eighteenth street and Commercial avenue,
aro about to move their stock and fixtures
into the building of Mr, Cary, at the south
west coiner of Sixth Btreet and Commercial
avenue. Mr. Cary is having the new build
ing nicely fitted up. Messrs. Munn will
probably move tho first of next week.
We have received from tho publisher,
a copy of "Tho Ripple," by Clarence R.
Sidney, author of tho ' popular "Original
Five Step Watlz," and "Beauties of the
SchottiHche." Mr. Sidney has struck a
popular vein in this, his latest success, and
all lovers of Terpsichore, will welcome "The
Ripple." Send post-paid to any addrosB on
receipt of price, 40 cents, by S. Brainard's
Sons, Chicago, III.
It has not been definitely settled which
Bhall be the site for tho marine hospitial.
The Burgeon general and secretary of tho
treasury havo been beard from, however,
and the decision rests between two places.
The commissioner hero has instructions to
see at what prices ho can procure either of
them, and when that shall have been
decided and the sito purchased, then and
not till then, will the public be permitted
to know where tho new hospital is to be
About birds "What is that, mother?"
"The lark, my child" with hair disheveled
and accents wild up all night with the
twinkling stars, singing his song at tho
all night bars, filling his bill with tho
mountain dew, with whisky old and lager
new; never a thought of borne or bed, or
the morn that will bring bim a nice large
head; with devious steps he woods his
way when tho oast is brightening with day;
and wraps himself up in a cellar door,
and tunes his noso to a troubled snare.
Tho New York Sun says: "Hero is
something that is not gossip, but stern fact,
and fact known ns yet to but very few.
Mr. Jay Gould is going to leave Now, York
for a two year's voyago around tho world.
IIo is making all the nccossary preparations
for it. Ho has been studying John Russell
Young's book, 'Around tho World with
Gen. Grant.' Ho is building, or going to
build, tho largest and fastest steam yacht
afloat, and hopes to bo ready for his trip
by tho 4th of July next. Whether under
such circumstances ho is more likely to
accumulate stocks than to disposo of those
ho has got, is for tho great minds of Wall
street to decide."
Chairman C. N. Hughes, of tho County
Republican Central committee, received a
letter yesterday from "Jack" Shcppard,
secretary of tho State Republican Central
committee, asking, "How are things down
there, anyhow." Mr. Raum and Mr.
Thomas have been assuring Mr. Shcppard
and Mr. "Long" Jones, that the "Old
Tweutieth" is all right. Tho former made
a public statemont to this effect in Chica
go tho other day. But evidently tho secre
tary and tho chah-man have somo doubt
as to tho reliability of these gentlemen's-
assurances, and they have concluded to en
quire nearer hninu Now, it Mr. Hughes
will send back a cry of distress, Shcppard
will forthwith fill out another check upon
the jayhubbell corruption fund, payable
to tho "Old Twentieth," for the purpose of
purchasing "a full vote and an honest
The following is a report concerning
the crons of Alexander county, published in
the last report of tho state agricultural board :
"Corn has made very good growth tho
past month, and is nearly up to an average
in eondition;thecropianoedingrain. Broom
corn and sorghum cane aro up to an aver
at;o in condition. Tobacco promising over
three-fourth of an average yield per acre.
Pastures aro not up to an average condition,
and would be greatly benefited by rain
There will be more than an average yield
per aero of Irish potatoes, and nearly an
average yield of sweet potatoes. Tho fruit
crop promises well: there will bo noarly an
average crop of apples and grapes, an aver
age crop of plums, and more than an aver
age crop of peaches, pears and blackberries.
The quality of wheat and rye is excellent,
and tho yield per aero is uptoau average.
Tho oats crop is large. Hay is of medium
quality, and tho yield per acre is nearly up
to an average. Farm animals are healthy
and aro improving on the abuuuunt paster
ANOTHER CANDIDATE FOR AMERI
Rachel, Bloudin, Bernhardt, Bnmanow
8ki and Bluementhall, together with a host
of other caterers for public amusement,
have como from Europe to gain fame be
foro the American people, and now comes
Louisa R-nz, neico of the proprietor of the
great Genu in Circus, known by her name.
She receives $500 per week from Adam
Forcpaugh for her valuable services, and
appears duily with his great show, which
visit here n- xt Saturday. Her appearance
with the show has had tho effect of indue
ing many to visit it, as she is tho best lady
rider ever seen in Germany.
BUFFALO BILL AND SITTING HULL.
Buffalo Bill (Hon. W. P. Cody), the
renowned scout and octorjias made a de
cided hit for the coming theatrical season
in employing the celebrated Sitting Bull
(tho Indian chief who slew Custer and his
command on tho Little Big Horn) as one
of Irs chief attractions. Buffalo Bill's suc
cess as an actor adds an additional charm
to the romance of his life as tho greatest
of all living scouts uml plainsmen. The
Historical Publishing Co., St. Liiu'in, have
insucd a life of this remarkable man,
whose fatness even greater than that of
Daniel Boone or Davy Crockett, embracing
also tho lives of Wild Bill, California Joe,
Texas Jack, Kit Carson, and other great
Indian lighters. It is a book of wild life
on the Plains, and must meet with gre it
popularity. Tho name ot tho author, Mr.
J. W. Bucl, is a host within itsolt. Persons
desiring agencies will find tho advertise
ment in this paper.
Last night a fair audience gathered at
tho Opera House to witness the reproduc
tion together of the Flower (Juecn, by Mrs.
Lnnsdco's musical class, and the Grcenaway
concert, by members of tho Young People's
Tho personifications in the Flower
Queen wero as follows:
Recluse Mr.C.T. Crowell
Rose Miss Clara Bobbins
Sunflower , Miss Graham
Crocus Miss Bottle Korsmeyor
Dahila Miss Annie Ford
Heliotrope Miss May Williams
Lily ,Miss Allio McKoe
Dandelion Miss Mamie Stratton
nollyhook Miss Mollie Webb
Geranium Miss Maud Rittenhouso
Violot Miss Daisy Ellis
Migonotto Miss Jcssio Kinncar
PnV..M Miss Edith Martin
Touch-ma-iiot Miss Annio Howard
The young peoplo, who took part In tlio
Grcenaway, wero, with ono or two ex
ceptions, the same who did so well at Hart
The singing throughout was good and
applause was liberal and hearty. Tho
beautiful sconery of the Btago lont a splen
did effect to tho whole performance.
AN IMPORTANT VISITOR.
Sir. Geo, Campbell, of England, and a
member of the English Parliament, arrived
in tho city yesterday morning and made
his headquarters at Tho Halliday. He is
on a tour of this country for pleasure and
observation. IIo attended the entertain
ment at tho Opera House last night and
was well pleased.
LORETTO ACADEMY FUND.
Treasure's report on funds received and
paid out by him account lato fair and col
lections for Lorretto Academy.
3rd ward collections. . . .
D. J. Ftdey, Esq., 4th ward
collections. . . . '. '
Jus, Carroll, Esq., 5th ward
Messrs. Mulkey & Foley,
, part proceeds at Fair. ..
W. C. Mulkey, Esq for Sis
ter Soprohia $34 00
Sister Sophronia 823 45
Sister Cwnstancia 35 00
$ 9-1 50
$892 45 $392 45
M. J. Howlev, Treasurer.
Mr. Wood Rittenhouso is iu Chicago on
Miss Hattio Rcarden is in the city, visit
lug Miss Lizzie Wood.
Chief Myers went to Mound City yester
day evening on business.
Miss Louisa Gates is back from an ex
tended visit to Evansville.
Miss Edith Wheeler will leave in a few
days to attend college in the east.
Mr. H. T. Gerould is on his way to
Minnesota to visit his family. Ho left Sun
day. ' M Us Fannie Barclay returned yesterday
from a short visit to Centralia and other
A fine boy arrived in tho family of Mr.
Wm. M'cklcr, brother of Mr. Patrick
Mr. S. P. Wheeler and family returned
home yesterday, tho latter after an abseuco
of somo months.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halliday arrived in
the city several days ago, and were greeted
by their many friends.
Mrs. G. D. Williamson and Rev. Scat
rett have returned from the Mt. Vernon
conference. .which cnncliluutHft Ivors'
Mrs. Drips and Misses Ada Lester and
Jessie Jones arrived yesterday from Dixon
Springs. Mrs. Drips is oa her way to St.
Mrs. E. C. Ford and "Littlo Bess" left
Monday afternoon for New York and other
points east, to remain all winter and per
haps during tho summer to recover per
manently from the illness to which she has
been so long subject.
Mrs. F. M. S'ockfleth, who has boeu for
a year on a visit to tlio family of Mr.
Polile in Lsipsig, Germany, arrived yester
day at New York by steamer Ilorva. So
said a dispatch received by Mr. Stephen
Schwiiniiz. A little daughter of Mr.
Schwaniiz who accompanied Mrs. Stock
lleth is also returning with her.
THE LAST REPUBLICAN STRAW TIIAT WILL
1IIIKAK THE PROHIBITION CAMEL'S
By the courtesy ot Mr. M. C. White, of
Murphysboro, secretary of the late Prohi
bition convention hold in Anna, and of Dr.
J. S. Petric,of this city, we wero placed in
possession of the official report of the pro
ceedings of the convention and aro enabled
togivo it to the readers of The Bulletin
this morning. Although wo havo hereto
fore given a very full synopsis of tho pro
ceedings, wo find that there aro several very
important points which our infjrmants
failed to mention. Then, foo, it is a good
thing to havo as a matter of record, and it
will bo bcoii that any comments wo may.
make ate not wrong. Hero aro tho pro
cocdiugs: "Tho Prohibition convention of the 50th
senatorial district composed or Alexander,
Jackson and Union counties met in Ussery's
opera house at Anna, December 20th at 2
o'clock P. M. and organized by electing
Dr. J. I Halo of Anna as permanent chair
man ami M. 0. White of Murphysboro,
Jackson county as secretary a full delega
tion of the committees wero present. After
tho convention had organized a committee
of three was appointed consisting of W.
Rhodes of Union county, C. Harmon of
Alexander aud J. II. Bradley of Jackson on
resolutions. Also a committee of three
from each county whoso duty it was to ro
port suitable candidates for tho legislature
Committees were as follows:
Alexander county Dr. John S. Petrie, O.
M. Alden, Wm. Ireland; Jackson county,
Wm. T. Rogers, J. M. Williams, L. A.
Miller; Union county, Geo. Penningcr, Asa
Harmon, J. C. Emerson. After a short
recoHB the committee on resolutions reported
tho following which were adopted:
"Resolved that wo are uncompromisingly
in favor of the Prohibition as public crimes
of the importation, exportation, manufacture,
sale and supply of alcoholic beverages.
2. The Prohibition ot all taxation, li
cense regulation, or logal sanction ia any
form of theiu or any other publio crimes."
"Tho committee on candidates roportod
as follows;" "Wo, your committoe, would
respectfully report that they havo had tho
names of Jas. Huns'tckcr, Thos. M. Logan,
Goo. A. Gordon and Dr. D. R. Sanders
presentod Imforothem, and would cordially
recommend cither of the abovo namod gen
tlemen as fully qualified for tho nomination,
and would suggest that tho abovo names
bo referrod to tho convention for their
"The convention then proceoeod to bal-
Jot for candidates for tho legislature. 1st
ballot: Thos. M. Logan, 27 votes; Dr.
Sanders, 9 votes; Jas. Hunsackor, 12 votes;
G. A. Gordon, 6 votes."
"On tho 2nd ballott beforo it was de
clared, a member from Union moved that
tho nomination bo made unanimous tor
Thomas M. Logan, which was carried with
much enthusiasm upon tho part of tho con
vention." "W. S. Rogers, of Jackson, then offered
tho following resolution, which, after some
discussion, was adopted without a dissent
ing vote :
"Resolved, That it is tho sense ot the del
egates in convention hero assembled, that
it is unwise to put out a temperance candi
date for-congross at the coming election in
this 20th congressional district, and tho
secretary ot this convention is hereby in
structed to request Louis Hammock to
withdraw tho call for a nominating con
vention." "The following named gentlemen wero
then appointed as a central committee :
Alexander county, M. Easterday; Jackson
county, Dr. O. B. Ormsby; Union county,
"A vote of thanks was tendered Mr. V.
Ussery for tho free use of his opera house;
and, on motion, tho papers of tho district
were requested to publish proceedings."
M. C. White, Sec'y.
For the present we will refer only to
one little paragraph in tho foregoing pro
ceedings, which will prove, almost beyond
the possibility of a doubt, that The Bul
letin was right in claiming that the Pro
hibition movement hero has been from the
very first engineered by, and exclusively in
tho interest of, tho Republican party of
tho distriction that tho few Democrats
who have been prominently connect -d with
it, havo been, and are still, the blind dupes,
tho pliant tools, of the at first secret, but
now glaringly exposed, influence of the
Republican schemer, John A. Lo'an. No
one will deny that, to the two great parties
in this congressional district, the most im
portant action in the Anna convention was
the passage of the resolution asking a with?
drawal of the call for a congressional con
TfDtlOD. No one who knows the facts can
deny, that the-only party that could bo
injured by a congressional nomination by
the Prohibitionists would be the
Republican purty, and the only party that
could bo benefited by such a nomination,
would be tho Democratic party. It seems
perfectly reasonable, therefore, that tho
Republican party should seek to prevent
such a nomination if any one should, but
we were not prepared that it would take
such a bold met'iod to accomplish its pur
pose. The web woven around tho Prohibi
tion movement of this senatorial district
from its very inception, by Republican wire
pullers, has been visible from tho first, and
with each strand drawn it has become more
flaring, until now only those who willfully
close their eyes can fail to seo its heavy
meshes lying about the necks and limbs of
every Bincere man and woman who took
any part in the movement here.
Had The Bulletin been
granted the privilege to man
ufacture such evidence as it might
deem necessary, to prove the correctness
of its claims concerning tho Prohibition
movement here, it could not have hoped to
accomplish anything better than that Mr.
W. S. Rogers, of Jacksou county, should
havo finally closed tho noose around Miss
Prohibition's neck, nnd drawn tho net to
gether over her head, by offering
the resolution d"claring it "unwise
to nominate a candidate for congress in
this district" and asking for a withdrawal
of the call for a congressional convention.
And tosatisfy any fair minded person of tho
truth of this bold assertion it is only nec
essary to introduced him to Mr. Rogers.
Who is Mr. Rogers?
1st. Ho is a Republican of the
uncompromising, of tho Bourbon kind.
2d. Ho is an ofiico holder under the
present administration. He if deputy post
master at Murphysboro.
Urd. Hu was a delegate from Jackson
county to tho lato Republican mob which
nominated Thomas in tho Opera IIouso in
4th. He is now a member of tho Repub
lican central committee of this congres
an4 Thomas M. Logan and holds his posi
tion by tho graco of the former.
0th. Ho was a delegate from Jackson
county to tho Prohibition convention at
Anna last Wednesday, and thoro intro
duced and engineered tho final act in the
GREAT REPUBLICAN littlo Prohibi
tion furco, which has been amusing tho
people of this city and couuty for several
8th. He is a gentleman and died his and
Logan's work well.
UsoTiieCat.ro Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendored juto
mauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
salo, in throe sizes, at tho office. No. 2 and
8, five and tonconts oach by tho single one,
by the dozon. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Notice In Oil column tnroo Unci or leu 85 cents
one inmirtlon or $1.(W per week.
WANTED: A houe containing toven or eight
room and necary out dour convenience.
Apply at the Iioi Factory. ut.
A NO. ONE FERRYBOAT KOK HALK.-112
f'-et loti, US feut beam ; will carry sixteen two
horae whkoiih. Price fourthoniind dollar. For
information add'um W. A. CADE,
tMUlm , Leavenworth Kanxa.
TIM) LET Entire hrlck block, comer of Four
1 teenth and Wanhlnnton avenue, three Htoro 10x5o
and three ult of room NUttuhle for Rent homo'
keeping. Apply to DR. LEACH.
On the I'remlac.
LiOK HALE. Blank, Chnttal Morgagng, Special
7 a.r,r"iuy fll Warranty Deed, at lU Utilletln
J oh olllce TH hlo Levee .
J I "JINO OFFICKS-Wo have a large
Block or IHxW, No. 1 "M" new that we will lull to
firtiiter only, in lot of not lum than two reams, at
ii.i4"J!mruHm ca8U- AddremK A.Burnett. Bill
AN Bar lOhnrae power upright engine, In good
condition, and 12 foot horizontal 2 flue boiler,
with all the valve, pipe, new heater, drive well
watertank. etc., new awoke tack all complete,
pj-eWmidrc Harnett, Cairo IIL it
EXCURSION TO CHICAGO
R. K. will rnn rirand Excursion to
Leaving Cairo at
2:30 a. m. Monday,
Far for round trip
Return tlcse' good nntll Oct. 6th Inclnilve.
Sleeping car Will be atlaclu-d to thin train at
Cairo and will be ready for occupancr at 8 p. m.
Sunday. Oct. )t Application for berth should
be made to J. F. Merry, recursion Agent, Man
cheater, Iowa, on or before Sept. SRtth. Price lor
double berth, ti SO Cairo to Chicago.
Title i poxltlvely the
LAST EXCURSION OF THE SEASON
To Chicago and at a tlm- when tbe Bsponltlon
will be teen at its very bet. Everyone ihould
take advantage of throe very low rale.
J. F. MERRY, Excnrlon Agent.
MAS. B. Fair & CO.
Proprietors of Iron, uml Machine
Corner Nlnetb and Washington avenne,
ALL KINDS OFMACIHNR
WORK, BOILER WORK AND
BLACK VUTHINO PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO AT KK ASONItLE
Went have a number or SEOOM) HAND
ENGINES AND BOILERS, for i-ale cheap.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. RROHS, Ireident. I P. NEKF. VlrePrea'nt
U.WELLS, Caehlor. T. J. Kerth, Am'l carih
F. Broi Cairo I William Klut,e. .Cairo
Peter Nell' " I William Wolf.... "
CM OMerloh " I C. O. Patter "
E. A. Under 11 It. Well
J. Y. Clemnon, Caledonia.
A OESERAL BANKING BUSINESS DOSE.
Exchango sold and bought. Interest ptltl it
the Having Department. Collection mailt) and
all buaineos promptly attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TII1C CITV.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI IiJ It & CO..
Oor, Nineteenth street I P.iiwst Til
Commercial Avenne UUTU 111
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
Late Koohler'g, on Eighth Street.
CaMforn.a Wlnon, Cigar of ovorv choice brand
and Liquor of all aludi always oa baud. Cotton