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TI1K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20. m.
TOE ' DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICK; NO. 7 OHIO LEVER.
ENTKUKD AT TUB CAIRO I'OM'OFKICK FOK
TIIANSMISHION TIIKDUUUTUR MAILS AT 8ICC
OSD CLASH HATES.
OflOlAL PAl'KROF CITY AND COUNTY
AN NOUN C EM K NTS.
We are asthorlami to announce that Mrs. P. A
Taylor I an Independent candidate lor re-election
to the office of County .superintendent of public In
structions, subject 10 the d'Cislon of the voters of
We aro uuthorlaed to announce that Mr L. C
OJHIl.t, of Thebes, l a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of School) at the ensuing
COUNTY ( LURK.
We are authorised to announce thul Mr. SA MU
Y.h J. HI' MM will be an Independent candidate
forlhe office of County Cloik at thecomlng Novem
We are authorized to statu that Mr. J. H.MUL
CAHKY, of Commercial 1'olnt, will beacatidl
date for County Commissioner at tbo comlug No
vemherelecltuu. ArTKlXATI Cl.KllK.
We are authorized to aunouueo that K. A. D.
ULBANKS, of Jetferson county, I a cuadldritu
for rier ol tlio Appelate Court in the Fourth
Division of Illinois, subject to tho docistou of a
cuuvunt Ion of the Democratic party
We are authorized to announce Mr. JOHN
HOlHiES aa a candidate for MicrlH of Alexander
We are s'llhorired to announre the inline, of
WaLTEK v? A Koi K a a Candida' e for too otDcu
of Oouuy Judge of Alexander County.
We nr authorised to an iiottuco Justice .10I1N
II. UOBINSIM at an Independent candidate for
County Judge at th e coining QV'Uni'e' elec Hon.
We arc authorized to announ ;o Mr. MILKS V.
I'AHK H.K as an Independent candidate for treas
urer ofAl-xauder county at the couilliR November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu mis column, otgnt cents per line for
flrst and five cents per line each subsequent insor
ion. For one week. 30 cents per line. For one
i. onth, no cents per line.
Wanted filly tunais with scrapers to
work on New Levee street. Work will
commence Thursday the 28th inst. Apply
to Roht. Hiir.1, superintendent of streets,
or to myself. N. B. Thistlewood,
Cairo, III., Sept. 21!. Muyor.
50c. jier Can,
Extra Selects, at Diiliuun's.
Old Machinery Casting's Wauled
at Runnie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will tie paid in cash.
Call at No. 03 Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Rknme.
in market nt Dulkun's 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Sin hIi & Urinkniyer, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near 8th
street, are receiving a full line of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest patents
tor suiting and are ready to receive orders
an) inaufacture , suits of the betiuul
iiy cloth and guaranteed tit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can he 8olil.!J-5-lni
Flour is cheaper and my loaves are made
largo that my customers may get the ben
efit. Thesu large loaves sell at tho bakery
a for 10 cents. I do not ped'llo bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in the city, lie member it is big loaves and
sold only at the bake shop. You get tho
lull worth of your money. Try it.
U-S-lin. Frank ICiiatky.
oOc. iter Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBtun's.
Out of the lire, cor. of '8th nixl Levee, my
ice house and olheo is at present a X the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, vie
tween 8th and Uth afreets. Orders will be
tilled sui ne as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DoBaunV, 30 Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, ninuufuo
tured aad for Hale at tfie Cairo Bulletin
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t ull the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, In wh, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, I'uoblo,
Toronto ami Niagara Falls, littles low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanaon, General I'asseiiger Agent.
go to l Miami's, r,0 Ohio levee.
Sproat's Retail lee Box.
Coukumuia of ice are notitletl that fur
their convenience I have l,ujt H Kr(,,, j(,e
box on Eighth street in Cundilf's store where
ice in iinv quantity can at all times be oh
tamed. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
list the mine as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use TlIlC Caiiiu Hcllktin perforated
wralch-book, made of calendered utu
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 'i and
3. live and tun cents each by the single one,
by the dozen, fpecial diseou.it on gross
lots to tho trade.
Ask your physician and he will tell you
that Ilucliu ia ono of the best, surest and
safest remedies for aiding, strengthening
and clcansiug the kidneys. It is one of
tho ingredients of Jlopa and Malt Bitters.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlco In tbeio commni, ten cents per Una,
aeh Insertion and whether marked or not, if calcn
lntod to Toward any umu's business interest are
always paid for.
Win. Alba has the finest burlier shop
in Southern Ills. tf
Mrs. Ida James, of Dix.m Springs, is
in the city on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E.
After an absence of a number of weeks
in Ohio the family of Mr. J. II. Ritteubouso
returned Wednesday. .
Mr. John Clancy is having a new roof
put upon his house aLthe corner of Twelfth
street and commercial avenue.
Two boot-blncks raised Ned at the cor
ner of Sixth street and Commercial avenue
yesterday. They were each fined five dol
lars ami costs by Magistrate Comings.
Mr. June Wright left yeBterday lor
Memphis to assume tho responsibilities of
his new position, in the post-office at that
Mrs. S. P. Wheeler and daughter
Edith left for St. Louis yesterday. The
latteroes from there to Monticello to at
Mr. Joseph Stctgala is having his
place of btisinosj at the corner of Sixth
street aud Commercial avenue beautified
Wednesday morning a shock of earth
quake was felt at St. Louis, Mo., German
town, Mt. Vernon, Centralia, Springfield,
Ills., Vincenues, Ind., and other poiuts.
--Don't fail to attend the Free Diuner
Barbecue Ht Hodges Park to-day, Sept.
ilOth. Hound trip tickets 50 cents on
regular trains. 2t
Go to Wm. Al bit's on Commercial nve
uuo for hair cut, shampoo, shaves etc. The
butt shop in southern Ills. tf
Several car loads of steel rails were
brought in on the Vabujli road yesterday
lor the Iron Mountain road, to bo laid
down between Bird's Point and Charleston,
Work on the incline of the Cairo aud
Texas narrow guige road, at Bird's Point,
is progressing rapidly. Divers are now at
work preparing the road bed for thecradie
in the river.
Justice Robinson went to Elco Wed
nesday looking for voters, and found a new
ly arrived grandson, in tho family of his
Bor.-in-law, Mr. J. M. Murray, The boy
Mr. James A. Phillis, who for a cou
ple of years has been in the office of the
Mobile and Ohio railroad company at
Columbus, has been transfercd to the Cairo
office of that company and is therefore again
a resident of this city,
Mr. Rogers, tuber player in Mr. Harry
Walker's Comique band, was called home
in Frceport, III., Wednesday morning by
a dispatch stating that his child was
very sick. His place in the band has been
On Wednesday the state auditor is
sued warrants to the amount of $33,075 to
the different companies ot thn Illinois Na
tional Guard, in payment of the annual
pro rata distribution of the military fund,
as made by thn governor and adjutant
general. Tho railroad committee of the state
hoard of equalization has agreed upon an
assessed valuation of fi8,75ti,MO on rail
road property for the purpose of taxation.
This is an increase- of about 10 per cent,
over tho valuation of 1881.
Capt. John R. Thomas passed through
the city Wednesday night. He went from
hero to Randolph county, in accordance
with appointments made fur him by Mr. C.
N. Hughes, chairman of the Republican
Central committee. Ho will be here or in
Pulaski county about the middle of next
Between the' hours of 1 :40 and 5 :15 a.
m. tho comet is visible to the naked eye
and will continue so until Monday or Tues
day. At this hour a careful observer, look
ing about 18 degrees southeast of tho lisiug
sun, can see the luminous object in the
eastern heavens; it is very brilliant but
soon is lost in the brighter effulgence of
old Sol's rays.
Gov. Ciillom issued a pardon to John
Tuttle, who was convicted of an assault
with intent to commit rapo at the May
term, 1882, of the Coles Circuit court, and
sentenced to tho penitentiary for seven
years. Tho pardon was granted on the
certificate of the prison physician that tho
man had but a few days to live. His pa
rents reside at Joliet, aud ho goes homo to
After the manner of "Der Omnibus:"
l'I seek a respectable lady with ' f WO
money in a profitable business in to lay.
If mutually agreeable marriage may, fol
low." This was the purport ot a matrimo
nml advertisement in 1'n i Bulletin a few
days ago. Tho inserter was on the next
morniug already early up rung. Tho to
him iuhanded letter contained the sig
nificant words: Take you mine! Delivery
free in the house. Packing not charged
for. August Strauss.
Cooper &, Jackson's show, consisting of
about tweuty-five teams, twelve or fifteen
show wagons and about fifty men all in a
rather dilapidated condition, passed through
here yesterday afternoon, enrouto from St.
Louis to Charleston, Mo., where it will
entertain the populace to day. It arrived
on the Illinois Central and was ferried
across tho river by tho steamer Throe
States to continue on its way by the Iron
Mountain road. A very large elephant wbb
in tho procession.
Partly because "4 PawB'' show will be
hero on Saturday, tho manager of thoKatio
Putnam tjoupo which was to appear- here
on the night of that day, has concluded to
change tho date of tho engagement. The
troupe will he here sometime during No
vember, The next entertainment at the
Opera House will bo given by Lambert &
Richardson's Dramatic company, about the
middle of October.
Tho material for the freight depot of
the Mobile and Ohio railroad company, tit
tho head of Eighth street, is accumulating
rapidly upon tho ground. An immense
pile of brick is already there. It would
seem soon to be time also to begin work on
tho proposed improvement on Eigth street,
back of Washing avenue; but it is likely
that nothing will be done in this direction
A negro named Walker, who claims to
have killed another negro in this city about
ten years ago and to have been sent to thn
penitentiary for life therefor and pardoned
a short time ago by the governor because
he was afflicted incurably with consumption,
applied to tho city authorities for aid yes
terday, lie is, indeed, in a bad plight
and has, perhaps, not much longer to live.
He will probably become a burden to the
county or city during the remainder of his
A responsible gentleman has three
hundred dollars to bet on the coming con
gressional election. Ono hundred, tint
Thomas does not get 1,000 majority; one
hundred, that he does not get 500, ami mie
hundred, that he does not get auy. All
three or none of tho bets are to bo taken.
The money is ready. If Mr. Thomas is as
confident of his election now as he was
when he boldly asserted that he Would
double his last majority, he wilt jump even
at this three-corned bet. Or, perhaps,
some of bis enthusiastic Republican lol
lowers will do his betting for him.
Another train load of ten cars of
gravel was brought in on the Wabash mad
yesterday ard unloaded below Sixth street.
This portion of the avenue, which has si
ways been the worst, is being rapidly
transformed by the company into a first
class street. At several points the entire
width of the street has been filled to the
depth of several feet with clay, gravel,
rock and cinders. New ties are being
laid under the tracks, preparatory to plank
ing the tracks as is required by the ordi
nance. - A small tratne structure, standing be -tween
thu tobacco establishment of Mr. F.
Korsmeyer, at the northwest corner of Ohio
levee and Sixth street, and the fruit-stand
in the rear, has been torn away, leaving a
spice of about ten feet in width and
twenty five feet in depth. The structure
was in a very bad condition, and Mr. Kors
meyer desires to replace it with a new one.
Hois pu p .ring the necessary petition to
the city council, to bo submitted at its
next regul.tr meeting. A neat little struc
ture then; would be a great improvement
upon the old oue and also upon the vacant
space as it now appears.
- Five barge loads of rock were thrown
into the river near the bank in front of The
ll'illiday during the last few days, for the
purpose of making a break-water and cause
a sediment of silt in the Hpaco between it
and the shore as the water goes down. This
same process has been applied on tho bank
there at different stages of the river, and
the bank has thus been formed into a &ort
of terraced plat, gently sloping toward the
river. It has been covered with a green
sod, and several rows of trees were planted
last spring and surrounded by a wire fence
all of which is most pleasant to behold.
Tho improvement will continue steadily
until it will be a very park, where citizc'us
generally would love to spend an idle hour
of an evening if permitted to do so.
The new comet which was discovered
go suddenly, surprisiugly near the sun, his
slipping away again without leaving much
reliable information concerning itself with
our nstronomeis. It is generally supposed
to he nri old comet which at one time had
a long revolution about the sun. The time
of its return has become shorter, and there
are strong suspicions that it has been dal
lying around our luminary several times
when it has not been observed-probably
not visible. This time it was observed
1(1,000,000 miles from the sun on Septem
tembcr 19th, and 23,000,000 miles on tho
21st. It was, therefore, moving away ut
tho time of the last observation, but may
soon bo back probably iu a ycBr or two.
It is tho belief of ustonoiners, from obser
vations, that tho orbit of this comet is
drawing nearer to thu sun at everv turn it
takes about him. It is more than 400
miles in diametor, and goes at the rate of
400 miles per second. What will happen
when it plunges into the sun, as it thrert
ens to do some time, nobody knows, and
yet some who are living may he hero to
A BRILLIANT RECEPTION.
Tho young people of Cairo tendered Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. llulliday a reception at
Tho Halliday last night, which will com
pare fuvorably with any Bimilar event that
has ever taken place in tho city, Although
the weather and Btieets wero bud, tlm in
vited guests began to arrive early, liull'ud
their "water-proofs," etc., and gathered in
the elegant parlors on the second floor.
By 9 :!10 o'clock about 75 young people
had gathered iu tho parlors, where an
hour or more had boon spent in hand
shaking, congratulations, pleasant con
verse and general merry-making. About
10 o'clock, the company repaired to the spa
cious dining room, where, under the glaro d
many bright lights, the tables stood, spread
wi'h an elegant repast, of which all partook
with what in some cases amounted to "a
After supper tho dining-room was cleared
of furniture, and Prof. Storer's Cairo city
hand, which had previously played several
beautiful tunes, gave tho signal for a dance
which was kept up for several hours with
but few and short intermissions..
The company was composed of tho fore
most young people of, the city, all in holi
day attire, and made a very festive display.
Mr. ami Mrs. Halliday have reasons to bo
fluttered at the manner in which their
happy union was celebrated by their many
young friends here.
A PROHIBITION CANDIDATE.
A special from Carboudale under date
of Wednesday says:
"The Prohibitionists of the Twentieth
Congressional district held a couvt ntion to
day in Carbondale. The convention was
called to order at 2 o'clock p. m., and or
ganized by electing Elder E. J. Palmer, of
Jackson county, brother of cx-Gov. Palmer,
chairman, and Rev. W. II. Tyner, of Perry
county, secretary. The platform adopted
favors civil service reform, anti-monopoly
legislation and congressional legislation,
and piohibits the manufacture and sale of
intoxicating liquors in tho District of
Columbia and the territories of the Uni
A number of enthusiastic speeches were
made by delegates from various parts of
Hon. John F. McCartney, a prominent
Republican politician cf Metropolis, Mas
sac county, the home of Congressman J no.
R. Thomas, was nominated on tho fir.t
bulot for congress, receiving 32 votes to 10
for Clinton Davis, M. D., of Randolph
Mr. McCartney is an ablo man in every
way, a shrewd politician, and an energetic
political worker. He will poll the full
strength of the party in this congressional
district and will gather up nearly all the
disaffected voters in the other parties. Tho
Prohibitionists could not have nominated a
Although it is not at all likely tint Mr.
McCartney will make any break in the
Democratic ranks, it is certain that ho
will -mike every effort to do so,
and it is well that Democrats should
awake and ha on their guard. In Captaiu
Murphy they have a leader who is, in every
respect, Mr. McCartney's peer, and who re
presents the truo principles of this govern
ment. There is every reason to believe
that, with proper eflort, the Twentieth dis
trict can be wrested from tho grasp of Ma
chino Republicanism, but to do it, unity
an I energy are necessary. If under all ex
isting circumstances, the Democrats of this
district do not win, the failure will be due
to over-confidence, or criminal carelessness,
or unheard-of mismanagement, or all three
together. Au'ain we say, awake! There
are but live weeks more between now and
the day ofba'tle. It is high time to pre
pare. A NEW ILLINOIS RAILROAD.
rj'iu.NOKiEi.n, I ix., Sept. 27.- Articles of
incorporation were filed in tho office of the
secretary of state to-day by the Kaskaskia
River, St. Elmo and Southern railway. It is
proposed to construct a railroad from a
point in Shelby county, on tho lino of the
Toledo, Cincinnati and St. Louis railroad,
through Elfinghain, Fayette, Marion, Jeffer
son, Franklin, Williamson, Jackson and
Union counties, Ills., to a point on tho line
of the Cairo and St. Louis railroad. Tho
capital stock is $300,000, and thu incorpor
Mors and first board of directors are Benja
min F. Johnston, Presley M. Johnston,
John it. Leach, Wm. H. Smith, Bowles C.
Smith; J. Harvey Johnston, Arthur G.
Brown, Alexander M. Johnstou, Leander
R. Blocker, Joseph Micks, all of St Elmo,
and Malcolm E. Williams of Effingham.
A PECULIAR PROCESSION FEA
TURE. One of the peculiar and attractive fea
tures of Forepaugh's street procession,
which takes placo hem to-morrow, is the
presentation of the Mardi Gras carnival
parade just as it takes place in New Or
leans, where it annually attracts thousands
of delighted beholders. Forepaugh's pro
cession is crowded with features of interest
and amusement, but few of them surpass
in beautyand attraction tho Mardi (lias
THE SAME BOB THOMAS.
Marten's free Press.
The Gulcondu Herald rails at tho Free
Press. It charges us with being for
Murphy, saying that unless we favor Thom
as wo favor Murphy. This is an attempt
at using tho party whip. If wo should ask
tho question, "why not bo for Murphy?"
the Herald would, without doubt, go on
to show tho danger to tho country of hav
ing a Democratic house of representatives.
This is tho only argument that can possi
possibly bo used. Tho llorald could not
say that Mr. Thomas would make a moro
creditable representative than Murphy. It
could not Buy that Thomas would favor
this or that, or oppose thifl or that. It can
not say so, for the very good reason that it
does not know. It can only say that Mr.
Thomas is a Republican and that Mr.
Murpy is a Democrat. This is tho only.ar
gument in thu case. It is tho only stock
in trade of the Thomas followers.
Will tho Qttlcondn Herald, or any other
paper, give us a single vote Capt. Thomas
has overcast, or a sintrlo word ho has ever
uttered, in congress, showing his fitness to
represent this district iu congress? Let us
have no moro "glittering generalities."
Give us any word or vote, with page and
date, and wo will gladly publish them.
T ho Herald claims that wo are in favor
of Murphy, and asks us to givo reasons
thereof. We say to that paper in all can
dor, wc do not know of a single reason why
Murphy should be elected to congress.JJ'e
have not advocated his election, have not
raised his name as a candidate, have not
defended him. On the contrary, wo have
sought reasons to be against him. Being
a Republican, wo have only the good of
tho Republican party at heart. We have
begged the Herald and other Republican
papers, time and again, to givo it single
reason why we should support Captain
Thomas, but they arc as dumb as oysters.
We have repeatedly asked what ho has
done during his four years in congress to
entitle him to the support of the Repub
licans. Not a line, not a word, has been
written in reply.
The Republican party has a candidate on
its hands for whom not a word can bo
spoken. Go back to his first appearance
before the public, and we find that he was
charged with the nef.trious practice of col
lecting money as an attorney ami fuiling to
pay it over to his clients. We find that the
very tir&t act of the Republican party, after
bis first nomination, was to borrow money
and pay off Bundry amounts collected by
him and applied to his own use. This to
stop the mouths of men who threatened to
expose bis dishonesty.
OLD TRIM'S DISERTATIONS.
Donoola, Sept. 25, 1882.
If England as histoiy proves has bad
seven hundred years of the nioHt stringent
protective tariff tho world ever saw and
has had but thirty-four years of free trade
is it not preposterous for Mr. Hurd and
others to assert that this thirty-four years
of relative free .trade has given her the
position of manufacture for the world?
Much is now being sid and written in
favor of "Free Trade,'' nine-tenths of
which is the thinest kind of "Tom Foolery."
We are living in an agu in which menjumq.
at and hitch on to tho wildest conclusion
without ever takiiig thought about w hat
will be the results. But wo aro uot going
to write an article on the tariff, wo hope
the commission will arrange the matter so
as to givo us plenty of revenue. In Union
county we are warming up politically, and
those who aro candidates are looking tip
their strength and getting their special
friends to buckle ou their armor and pitch
into fight with a "vim." One "Bright
Alex" of the pill-bag persuasion, who is a
mighty champion for the ring, takes the
ground that no man who is in debt should
be promoted to offbe. The writer don't
know whether this champion of the ring
candidate had loaned to Elijih or not.
Be that 113 it may, this champion seems to
be very fearful of men who are i;i debt or
occasionally take a glass of beer, yot there
is uot a man iu (own that guz.les more
"forty rod" whisky than he, and, as for his
bengoutof debt, there is a mighty good
reason; but wo leave the reader to guess
that, for it is generally best to not hint
things loo close. This champion's side id
thu fight will coni'! up hors de combat in
Now it comes to pass that we have an
other man before us, asking us to support
him for the office of county judge. Let
mo see! One, two, three, four, five, six,
yes "six" is the timiiHer, and, of course, the
one who owes no man wiil bo championed
by the "Bright Alex," the mtu of the pill
bag persuasion. We expect when we
write again to bo able to report another
one in the race. We once, upon a time,
told Old Mr. that 'Squire Jesso
was going to sue him tor 11 setlleinent.
The old gentleman replied : "Ttiih! there
has been no prism served on me. I and
'Squire Jesso used to bo at a very good
iccompcusihluaifty, but now there is smart
of a disonib'irguo." A political party in
Union county that was once at a good "re
coinpettsiblearity'' have up a "nawful"
"disenibaigue," but then it is a curious
wind that blows good to no ono. For a
few months our shops where men and boys
go to enjoy their personal rights aud our
candidates to buy votes will enjoy a pros
perity heretofore unprecedented. Think of
six candidates running for the same office,
bearing iu mind that whisky puts too
many voles in tho box and you will under
stand what wo mean by "shops where men
and boys go to enjoy their personal rights."
The tunc for putting in tho wheat crop
is here, ami our hardy sons of tho soil are
improving tho time. All the farmers will
sow largely, and when they got their re
turns in the "white whelps" "dollars ot
our daddies" do you think they will put
them in tho bank? No, they will tako
them to Eddlfliiuin Bros' store, buy their
sugar and coffee and yellow molasses, quit
the foolish practico ol Belling'all tho eggs
and butter; to buy these things,'; luarn to
eat them and steer clear of banks. Thou
living will bo good, aud faces now as long
as a threshing machine will soon shorten
up. Try it ye bank depositors.
At thu P-sliti nee of II. V. Parkor. IHth 8t. llut.
Washington Ave, and Walnut Ht.
10 O'CLOCK, THIS MORNING
SEPT. 29th, 1882.
Ttie entire Homithold Otitilt; consisting of Hcd
room; DIiiIuk Koom and Kitchen Furniture.
ONE 7 OCTAVE HANO-KOSEWOOD.
Parlor, pining Room and Kitchen Chair; Carpets.
Ull Cloth. Pictures, Whatnots, llniekets,
Glass and (ueenswaro.
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
Extension, Parlor nml Kitchen Tables.
HALL LAMP AND HAT RACK.
ONE FINE KITCHEN RANGE.
BcwinR Machine Folding Chulrs aud Ilenrhus.
ONE ELEGANT PARLOR SET.
Sale rosltivo and Without Uuiervo.
T1IOS. WINTER, Auctioneer. '
Notices In Oils column three lines or less ffl cents
onelDHurtlou or fl U) ptrwetk.
WANTED: A house containing seven or eluht
" room and uwnTy out duor convuiik-iicis.
Apply at the Hux Factory. t
NO. UNK FEKKYIIOAT FOK NALE.-m
l f-et loni, !M feet beam ; will carry sixteen to
horse wagon. Price luiir thousand dollar For
Information address W, a. CADE,
0 1!l lw l.cavMiiworih Kausus.
L'OKSALK.-Illanks, Chuttiil Moriw, Special
- Warranty and Warranty Deeds at the llullctln
.Ion office TS ihio Levee
T- PltlN'l'INO OKFK'K.S-Wa liavo a larL'B
stock of SUM. No. 1 "M" hum that we will sell to
printers only. In ima (,f not lr.m tliun two r ams, at
leper ream cah. Address K A. Burnett, lliil
AN 8 r 10 horse pocr iiprlittit erine. In rood
condition, and i loot horizontal 'l flue boilers,
with all the vaives, pipes, ne.w heater, drive well
watt-Manx, etc, ut' mok stn.'k all c.ouiit;ti,
prcel.V) Address K. V Hnnctt, Tn'ro. Ill tf.
EXCURSION TO CHI(,'AG()
K. H. will rnn a Orand Excursion to
the Wond- rful
Leaving Cairo ut
12:30 a. m. Monday,
Faro for round trip
IUturJ ticaets ij.iod until Oct Itth Inclusive.
Sleeping cars til l attached to this train at
Cttro and will be ready Tor occupancy at ft p m
Sunday. Oct. 1st Applications lor berths should
be made to J. F. Merry, Ecra'on Ai?-nt, Man
chester. Iowa, on. or before ept . y.tia. prico lor
double berth,.' ,Vi Cairo toCMcago.
This Is positively the
LAST EXCURSION OP THE SEASON
To Chicago and at a tlm when the Exposition
will bo seen at its very best. F.veryonu should
take advantage of these very low rate.
J. F.MEHKY. Excursion ARent.
I-I. E. INCE,
-Manufacturer and Dealer in
sit tl Street, between Com' I Ave and Levee.
CHOKE HO KING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF A MUNITION".
Safes He laired, All Kluds ol Keys Made.
JOHN JOHNSON & CO'S
S A L 0 0 N.
L'nte Kouhler'n, on Eighth Street.
CaMforn.a Wines, Cigars of overv choice brand
and Liquors ol' nil slnds always on haud. Custom
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'8 PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICK FY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
?f,'KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty.
O F i0 I O K I
Cor, Twelfth Street and Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .