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Vic sre authorised to annuntic.e that P. A
lsylorlan Indopendant candidate (or re-election'
to (lie olllco of Conntv Minerliifundeiit of nubile In-
trucilonn, subject to (bo (IiicInIou ol lliu voter of
iuo county .
Wo are milhnriKod to announce that Mr. L. V
GlHH.-, of Thebes, l a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of School at the eusulue;
We ar till Imriced to announce that Mr. SA MU
KL J. Ill MM will he an hide pendent candidate
for tlio office ol Count y Chirk al the coming Novem
We are authorized to Mate that Mr. J . II. MUL
CA11RY, of Comntoroial Point, will he a candi
date lor Comity CommlxHlonor at the coming No
vemberelectlon. At'l'EU.lTR Cl.KUK.
We are authorized to aunmmco that H. A. 1.
VII, HANKS, of JetTormm county, i a candidate
for t;lor ofllie Appidlale Court In tho Fourth
Division of Illinois, subject to the decision of a
couventinn of the Democratic party
Wo aro authorized to announce) Mr. JUIIN
HOlKiKS as a caudldatu for enerlir of Alexander
We are authorized to announce the naiuo of
WALT Kit WAKDl'.ltn. a candidate for tuo odlce
of County Judgo of Alexander County.
We ;tro authorised to announce Justice Jo UN
H. Hi J IMS'. SON a an Independent candidate for
Contny ,l'idi;: al the coiuiuif Novenmor election,
We are authorized to annouu -,e Mr. MILES V.
1'AUKKlt a an Independent r.iudidate for treas
urer of Alexander county at the column November
elect mi. . . .
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in tut column, clgnt cent per Hue for
flrft and nve cents per line each subsequent inter
ion. For one week. 30 cents pur linu. For one
ii onlh, lid cents per line.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any cily.
His employes are musters in the trade,
whoso razors are" always smooth and keen.
His establishment is larro enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and hs patrons go away
pleased with him. themselves and his work.
Give him a trial.
Wanted filty teiuis with scrapers to
work on New Levee street. Work will
commence Thursday the 28th inst. Apply
to Kobt. BairJ, superintendent of streets,
or to myself. N. B. Tuistlewood,
Cairo, III., Sept. 2U.' Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeB.iuu's.
Old Machinery Castings Wauted
at Kenuie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will hu paid in cash.
Call at No.y.'J Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Renme.
iu market at DeBaun's 5(1 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith b Briukmyer mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near tJth
street, are receiving a full lino of new for
eiyu and domestic goods of newest (interns
lor suiting ami are ready to receive orders
ami manfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed 'it- Their prices
are as low as best goods can be sold.U-5-hn
Flour is cheaper and my loaves aro made
lurye that my customers may get the ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
iifor 10 cents. 1 d' not peddle bread.
My bread is pronounced ly those
who know, to be the best
in the city, Remember it is hi" loaves and
Hold only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
0 2-lm. Fkank Kiiatky.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBauu's.
Out of the tire, cor. ofbtlt and Levee, my
icehouse and oltice is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, ic
tween tfth and lHh streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
letail. Wagons supply regularly t-very day.
at DelkuuV, Ohio levee.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Summer Excurslou Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sal excursion tieketB t- all the principal
Hummer results in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
uet, .t a and Michigan; als., Denver, I'ueblo,
1'oroiito and Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General I'assenger Agent.
go to DeBauu's, 50 Ohio levee.
Sprout' Retail lee Box.
Cousumeis of ice are notified that for
ihi ir convenience 1 have huilt a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiir's store where
i o in anv quantity can at all times be ob
taiuod. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
Ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
AhK your physician and he will Ml you
that Buchu is one of the best, surest and
safest remedies for aiding, utrengthening
and cleansing tho kidneys. It is one of
the ingredients of Hops and Malt Bitters.
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uu"fiftAii LOCAL ITEMS.
Notion In fku.. .
-Hot enffi'A ,.,i at ooo-u
ICUl . . .",,UW,C .....H. 2t
M.u.nris eiegarit billiard I11 1 '
-Mr. ILCLotlinis sMckinguyl'1""1
Stand nn v:..i.n. .
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I ""W With hour Into yesterday.
f tiiw gtvuiiici
Capt. Thomas W. Shields returned
yesterday afternoon from his eastern trip
Ho left Miss Lizzio at Vassar college.
Work on tho new brick freight depot
of tho Mobile and Ohio railroad company,
at the hoad of Eighth street, was begun
Only f 3 to K ist St. Louis by the Ilia -nois
Central railroad during the great fair
and Veiled Prophet festival. See advertise
Mr.Sykeston, of Chicago, a member of
Pinkerfon's detective force, arrived in the
city yesterday afternoon, to bo here during
the presence of "4 Paws" show.
A ten pound recruit for tho signal ser
vice arrived in the family of Sergeant W.
II. Bay at six o'clock yesterday evening.
Tho government is to bo congratulated.
Captain H. V. Thompson is to have
charge of the now transfer boat for the
Cairo and Texas uirrow guago railroad
company, which is expected to arrive hero
-In .Messrs. Coleman and McClure's
brick factory men are at work building the
furnaces for burniug the first kilu of brick.
The firm bus engagements fur all the brick
they can make for months to como.
Mr. Joseph Honeker has sub-let a
portion of the Phillip's building, at the
corner of Fourteenth street and Washing
ton aveuue, to Messrs. Thistlewood Bros.,
who will open a meat shop there.
Eighth street received much needed
attention from the scavenger yesterday.
The street is still in fine condition, showing
no effects of the hard test to which it hus
-Cotton pickers are in great demand in
the south. In soma portions tho- planters
arc compelled to see their crops rot in the
field. Very high prices are paid to pickers
in some portions, particularly in the Brazos
The young temperance peoplo met at
Reform hall last night. It was purely a
badness meeting, as no programme of ex
ercises had been provided. The attendance
was fair and to those present the business
Gov. Culluui has appointed Mr. John
A.Ueeve to the position ol registror of grain
at Chicago. Mr. Reeve will probably leave
to-day. Thus tho governor removes one
rival from Deputy Internal Revenue Col
lector Murphy's track.
At tho southern Illinois M. K. Confer
ence held in Mount Vernon during the past
week, a resolution was adopted not to sup
port any candidate for the legislature who
would not pledge himself publicly to be in
favor of temperance, and of submitting a
constitutional amendment favoring Prohib
President W. F. Wliitehouso and Gen
eral Manager Charles Hamilton of the St.
Louis and Cairo roalroad, arrived on the
Illinois Central at The Halliday in this
city, yesterday morning, and de
parted on the forenoon train of their road
for St. Louis. They had been to Spring
field. We note cither an improvement in gen
eral business or in that of Tim Bi'ij.ktin Job
Office iu particular. To meet tho increase
of orders we have been compelled to put in
another job press, and have ordered a "Uni
versal" that will be ready to put up next
week, when orders will bo filled with
promptness and greater dispatch than ever
The same responsible gentleman who
offered to muku'thu three bets referred to
In yesterday's Bui.lktin offers to make three
more as follows: Onn hundred dollars that
Cleveland is elected governor of New York
state, one hundred that Pensylvania goes
Democratic and ouo hundred that Ohio
elects the head of tho Democratic ticket,
whoever that may be.
Goto Geo. G. Wichert's new billiard
hall for a pleasant game and a cup of hot
coffee and sandwiches. 2t
A great demand for good, comforta
ble little homes is again bcin felt in the
city. Nearly all those of this description,
which are now iu tho course of erection
were rented before their foundations wero
laid. A few little eottagcB are empty, but
they are too small, lack tho ordinary con
veniences of a home, and aro not desirably
situated. Fall is upon us ami there should
be a building boom.
"Miss Annie Barr, whom Senator David
Davis is to marry, lives at Tokay, N. C,
with her cousin, Col. Wharton J. Green, the
Democratic candidate for congress in the
second district of that state. Tokay is three
miles from Fayefteville, and it is surrounded
by tho largest vineyard iu the south. Tho
date fixed for tho marriage is said to bo
November 5. Miss Barr is about at) years
of ago and is a charming woman. She
passed last winter at Washington, where
thu engagement was made. Col. Green
is a man of great wealth, and Miss Barr is
an heiress in her own right."
x .. oATUKDAY
1'iecue of the campaign
was iriveu vestordav at
All thu candidates wore
i-l 1 ......lr .tanli fur tum.nlf
i0 Una OIU goun nwm,vv...
was ono of tho best affairs of tho kind
given during tho campaign, aud was there-
foro a fitting finale. )
Tho tranotor steamers W. B. Duncan
,nd Juuius S. Morgan ran a race frvm near
U point to tho Illinois Central incline yes
terday sfternoon. Tho former wa to the
right; both wero about equally laleu with
cars, and each tried her best to, "boat the
othei out of the landing. But tie Morgan
proved too much for tho Duncan and beat
her moro than a full length. j
A white man named Soot wlo was em
ployed as watchman on thesteannr Morgan,
fell into the hold of tho hoatyesteday after
noon and was seriously injured it tho back.
Ho was taken to too marine liosptal station
for treatment. Ho is tho saino who, it will
bo remembered, was long vcr; sick last
year and for whoso care, and tlat of his
family kind citizens contributed .liberally.
This time tho expense of his prostration
falls upon the government, but lib family
will be again deprived of his 8Uort for
tho timo being.
Forepaiigh's show will bo hereto-day.
It will bo the whole show and therefore
equal to two or threo others combined. If
you would see it all, you must go early
and stay late, for tho nliuito
variety and great number even
of only its most important features
cannot be seen in a few hours, Tho street
parade will be one ot tho attractive feat
ures and the most attractive in 'his
will be the Lalla li -okh of to-day, who hits
everywhere been pronounced to bo tiio m t
beautiful woman in the world. The eques
trian talent, the menagerie and in fact
every other feature under tho great tents is
each in itself a whole show.
Thero aro now 252 cotton mills in the
south, with an actual invested capital of
11,24 1,450, and having 1,237,409 spindhs
20,009 looms and 1,931 sets of card. There
are several companies uow being organized
one in Georgia with $1,500,000 capital
"but these are not included iu the estimate.
It is safo to say that by the beginning of
another year there will be over $15,000,000
invested in cotton factories in ttie southern
states. Nearly every dollar of this vast
sum has been invested sitico tho close of
the war, and more than one-third of it since
18S0. There will be $100,000,000 invested
in cotton mnnufsctujing in theouth within
the next d.zen years.
Twelve thousand dollars worth of dia
monds and valuable jewelry were stolen at
the Cincinnati exposition building shortly
after tho doors opened Friday morning from
the exhibit of C. Onkamp. The diamonds
were insecurelv kept in a show case fasten
ed with two small p tdlocks and the owners
had no ne in charge; to guard the proper
ty. A visitor to the exposition siw two men
go to the case and open it with such appar
ent ease as to give iho impression that they
were the owners. After selecting all they
wanted t ! i -y quietly walked away. Ten
minutes afterwards the theft was discov
ered. Clti.s'er Tribune: "Tin; Caiko Bui.
i.K'ii.N says Hon. W. K. Murphy, Democrat
ic, candid it; for congress, is a fanner aud
raises sweet potatoes. If wo are not mis
taken Mr. Murphy is the owner of a coal
mine, but it docs not- follow, that he is a
miner. However, be occasionally raises
'Cain' among the miners by lowering their
wages, but the hundreds of miners in the
district will retaliate this fall, and 'raise'
Mr. Murphy." Cuptain Murphy w ill cer
tainly feel gratelul to tho Tribune for this
accidental compliment. "The hundreds of
miners will retaliate this fall, and 'raise'
Mr. Murphy." Shake, good Tribune! We
are with yen. We will assist tho miners to
raise Mr. Murphy and will not desist until
we have raised him safely iutotlie congres
A committee, appointed to search the
House Journal of the' Thirty-second Gen
eral Asjcinbly of Illinois, for a record of
the resolution of Mr. Chaffee, providing
for tho submission to the peoplo of tho
state of a constitutional amendment prohi
biting the manufacture and sale of intoxi
cating liquors, has concluded its labors
and made a report. Friday's Bulletin, it
will bo remembered, stated thatBUch a res
olution had been offered, but that the index
to the House Journal, for some reason,
failed to give any record of it after it had
been "laid over under tho rules." But a
diligent search through tho journal ro
ve iled a further record. It Hppeara that
tho resolution was finally put to a vote, aud
that Mr. Linegar was ono of fl fly-one mem
bers who voted against it.
It is reported that about COO Chinamen
aro enrolled as Sunday school scholars in
New York city, but the teachers find "John"
a very capricious fellow. They can't un
derstand his nature any more thau they can
his language. Ho will go to school regu
larly for awhile, and then suddenly quit,
aud ho cannot ho coaxed back Tho latest
arrivals from China aro the- most anxious
to go to Sunday school, but their ze.nl cools
off too. It Is Buggestod that-tho Chinamen
embrace the Sunday school opportunity
simply to learn the language, as a plain
matter of business, and when they begin
to sling pigeon-English so as to make them,
selves understood they've had enough of
school. But a few stick until they say
they are converted, and it is said of them
that they make just ns good Christians as
the averago American.
According to the last monthly report
of the state department of agriculture,
during the "year thero diod in Alexan
der county 40 horses, worth $2,095; 50 cat
tle, worth $4,593; 18 sheep, worth $30; 04
sheep killed by dogs, worth $171; 1,2-15
hogs, of cholera, worth $58,055; 50 hogs,
of other diseases than cholera, worth $3,000.
Tho number of pounds of wool dorivod
from sheep iu Alexander county during
1881 was 1,370; tho number of fat sheep
sold was 113, tho gross weight ot which
wits 7.040. In tho state 41,000 horses died
during tho year of diseases; 38,574 cattle
died of disease; 32,914 sheep wero killed
by dogs; 58,583 sheep died of disease;
418,50) hogs diod of cholera, and 08,730
hogs died of other diseases. In 1877,
1,412,?C8 hogs died of cholera: in 1878, 1,
3!)1.422; in 1879, 070,738; in 1880, 590,
025. Tho mortality from this cause has
been steadily decreasing for live years.
There is good reason to believe that
an effort is being raado to remove Col. O.
W. McKeaig from the post office here nnd
to give his place to James M. Damron, our
state's attorney. How far these efforts
have gone is not known, of course, as the
utmost secrecy has been observed by tho
leaders in the plot. But that it has been
the subject of correspondence for some
time hack is a matter about which there
cannot be a particle of doubt, for we know
it. We do not know how such a change
would suit Republicans generally, but, of
course, so fur us the anti-Thomas faction is
concerned, nothing would suit them better,
and it is by the leaders among them that
these effirts are being made. For fear,
however, of exciting some of the Thomas
element too strongly, it is likely that the
captain's influence will prevail, and the
change postponed until after the election.
But theu look out for official fur in the
A dispatch from Murphysboro under
date of Weduesday said: "Tho colored
folks have taken tho lead in opening the
campaign in this county. Last night they
held a meeting in the court bouse here and
wero addressed by A. G. Leonard, one of
the able editors of the Cairo Gazette, the
seu.i weekly paper published by colored
men in the United States. He spoke for an
hour and a half, taking for his subject,
"Has the Republican party outlived its use
fulness?" and proved to tho satisfaction of
tho large audience of colored people present
that it hud not. The speech was noticeable
for the absence of the bloody shirt, but was
full of good solid plain facts an 1 was asur
prise to many nf tho white Democrats who
had "just dropped in." Ho closed by ad monishing
his colored brethren to put none
but tried and true Rspublicanson watch, so
that after next November it could be said,
"The colored troops fought nobly" for the
old fl tg and the Republican party."
General Green D. Raum spoke yester
day at Clinton, Ills., to day he speaks at
Dwight. Next week he comes to Bouthern
Illinois, wpeaking at Olney Oct. 3d, and
Lancaster the following day. Lieut. Oov.
Hamilton speiks next week in Pulaski,
Wil.i iinson, and Johnson counties. The
apathy ot the local oratorical talent of the
Republican party, is significant; so is the
fact that all these great lights are wend
ing their several ways hither. Logan is an
aspirant for the presidency, so is Blaiue
and Arthur. Blaine has carried Maine,
Arthur has, so far, made good progress in
New York, Logan, in order to have the
same backing as these rivals of his, must
carry nis own state, Illinois, and that hu is
making a strong effort to do so is apparent
from every little crease in the political can
vas. True to his promise bis forces are
bc'.ng concentrated in this end of tho state.
Jay Hubbell's corruption fund will also
contribute its part, aud it will require the
b ist of order and hard work on the part of
the Democrats and honest citizens generally
if they would counteract tho baleful influ
ences of these two political managers.
A STALE REPUBLICAN TRICK.
Whenever there seems to be a possibility
that the opposition to the Republican
party may unite on tho Democratic candi
date, forwith the Republican bosses go to
work to bring out the third candidate. In
1878 and 1880, in this district, they managed
to keep a Greenback candidate in the field.
This year they aro trying tho Prohibition
dodge. We believe their trick will fail
this time. The opposition will unite on
MAMMOTH SHOW PARADE.
An exchange recounting the various at
tractions of tho street procession given by
tho Great Forepaugh Show, which is to ex
hibit here to-day closes with the following
btrong endorsement : "It can safely bo as
serted that Manager Forepaugh has out
done all competitors in tho matter of street
pageants, as he has in every other branch of
the show business. His parade is .longer,
more varied and far moro attractive than
that of any other exhibition in Amorica.
Tho wan 1 robe is new, beautiful and costly;
the horses and ponies are the finest eollec
tion wo have seen ; tho various tableau scenes
aro exceedingly attractive, and the whole
affair, from the huge 24-horse band chariot
to tho clown's diminutive cart drawn 1 y a
pair of goats, furnishes a spectacle worth a
journey of many miles."
MOUE ABOUT "BOB."
Concluded from Ilitrton's Frco Trust,
"Among his first official acts was tho ap
puintmcnt of his undo as post master at
Du Quoin over tho protest of throo-fourths
of the people of that city,
Scarctly had ho taken his seat in con
gress before ho began to securo positions
for his rebel kin from Missouri and Mary
land. This was followed by his secrot and
aud unhanded conniving which resulted in
giving the best appointed allotted to the
district to Dr. Halliday, a life long Demo
crat. Then wo find him prolonging the terms
of tho office--holders in his district.
Mi lvoaig, Willis, Fisher, and tho array of
postmasters aro given new leases of official
life. Remonstrances wero treatpd with,
contempt. The., people or tho party had no
rights which ho was hound to respect. The
man who dared to protest was branded by
him and his gang of officials as a disturber
We pick up the official record of tho pro
ceedings of congress, and so far as Capt.
Thomas is concerned it is a blank. Ho
has done nothing; or rather what ho has
attempted to was in definance of tho inter
ests and wishes of tho people of the district,
lie voted against all appropriation bills for
tho improvement of tho Mississippi river,
or failed to vote at all. He made no speech,
recorded no vote, iu tho interests of the
We hear of liiin on a beastly drunk w hile
going from Washington at the expense of
tho nation to attend the funeral of our mur
dered president, and voting three thousand
dollars of the people's money to pay for the
Shall we refer again to the means resort
ed to to secure his nomination? how decen
cy nnd honesty were laid aside, and bri
bery, corruption and trickery resorted to?
We have referred to these before, but not a
word of denial has appeared in any paper
of this district. And, as we have referred
to them before, we shall again and again
call them up between this date an 1 the
Instead of ging into a fight in favor of
tho principles of the gieat Republican
party, the Republicans of the 20th district
have but the humiliating platform to stand
on, "O it will not do to lose a Republican
congressman!" How was this shameful
state of affairs brcught about? Simply by
tho machinations of the ring of unscrupu
lous fedral officeholders of the district.
Must tho party of this district forever
wear tho collars placed on their necks by
Capt. Thomas and his gang? Was he born
always to rule and the mosses of the party
to always serve? If not, when shall wo Ik
gin to break the fetters that have imposed
upon us? Shall we begin two years from
this time, when the strength of the ring is
increased, when the bribe fund has been
added to by two more years of office and
fat jobs? Shall we wait until a part of the
millions voted to tho improvement of the
Mississippi is brought into this district to
buy delegates? Shall we wait until Jay
Ilubboll has rung another two per cent
from the government employees for the
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purpose ol continuing meinour oi tuU
gross in their positions?- Why should we
Tho Uolconda Herald may continue to
rail other paper may do the samo but
the Fress Press will continue to do what it
can to puritiy the Republican party of the
foulness now covering it from head to foot
in tuis district. Acting upon tin; well
founded belief that the masses of the party
are honest, it will not cease its labors in fa
vor honesty and purity in politics. It will
continue to hold up to the gaze of the
people tho foul work of the official ring
until the ring is broken and retired, with
Capt. Thomas to keep it company.
I EITER LIST.
list oir letters hemaini.no cncallku
FOK IN THE FOSTOmCE AT CAtKO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, SKITKMUEH 30, 1882.
Gray, Josie, col
Harris, Lou 2
Moore, (J V
Quinn, J P
Williams, Martha J
Drawer, Mrs SAW
Poulling, S J
Smith, Mary A
Verdon, John G
White Alice, col
Anderson, Millie Allen, C E
Brandt, J E
Berry, W II
Braddly, N B
Cole, R II
Clark, Jim W C
Bell, Wilbur I
Camn, O V
Crauo, J no R
Dean, J II
Davis, W T
Engencerin, Charge French, Goo J
Foams, James Green, John
Grimes, W E
HaskeiiB, W II
Howard, J II
Kuhn, Kobt I)
Nelson, G W
Patterson, M W
Paffrey, II O
Rosor, L P
Neill, J M-2
Phipps, Jos 11
Rodpath, O O
Rustigo, M J
Robson, S I) Stone. Goo W 2
Sullivan, Harry Scales, J P
Shepard, Clias Strickland, Alf
Web, R P Wilkinson, Pat
WillBon, R J Williams, J H
Woodon, Goo Worth, Albert.
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaio, Postmaster.
Notices In this column tb run Hues or lues Scunti
ono Insertion or fit)) pir week.
WANTKDi A house colitullilnx seven or elegit
roomu and neceHHar out duor coiivetilenf.i.u
Apply at the llox Filctorv. ' ot,
NO ONH FKUKVHOAT FOH H ALB 1 12
f'-ot lun u;, US feet beam: will carry sixteen two
horse wuiroti. 1'rlcu four thousand dollar For
Information add es W . A. CAHK.
& lit 1 in LeaVHiiworih Kuiikus.
LHIItNAI.K.-Illuiiks. Chsitul Morgues, Special
Jon olllce TH Ohio Levee
T- PRINTIVa OFPI(!KH-U'.. h.v.. . !....
mock of JU.W, No. 1 "M" news that we will sell to
primers only, hi lots of not km than tivurvumi'. at
I'J 40 oer ream ruuh Arliln.a.. 1 . it..-.. 1..1
f .1 ....... m n. uiti hcu. win
3.00 TOE. St LOUIS
I AND HUTl'IlN I
Illinois Central 11, 11
3 TRAINS A DAY 3.
Only .l on over the old reliable Illlnol Onlral.
Now Ik your time (o nee tho (jreat St. Louis
Failr aud Wiled Prophet. St. Louis w ill ho one
blaze of sua and electric lltflilxjlie whole week,
'llekolnjiood to return until Ort. nth im-liMv
A it IIANMIN. (len'i 'a, A at.
J. II. JO.NKH.TI. ket Agent.
EXCURSION TO CIHCAG0
K. K. will rnn a (Iran i Kcurrlon to
the Woud rrui
Leavtni; t'ulro at
52:30 a. in. Monday,
Fan for round trip
K'-tura ticset yoort until Oct. !Hh lnrlnslve.
Mleepine car Will he attached to this train at
Cairo and wnl he ready fur orenpanrv at H p m.
Sunday. Oct. l.t Application lor berths should
he made to J. F. Merry, Excursion Aicnt. Man
che.ter, Iowa, on or before Sept. '.run. Price lor
double berth, Ji SO Cairo to Cult cro.
This la polllvely the
LAST EXCURSION OF THE SEASON
To Chicago and at a ttni when the Exposition
will he Ufa at it very b.-t. Keryou should
tako advantage of these very low rate.
J. F. MF.HUV, Excursion Agent.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
(itli Street, between Cnui'l Ave. and Levee.
CHOKE RO RING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AML'.MTION .
Safei Re laired. All Kind ol Keys Made.
PROPRIETOR OP sritOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in loo.
ICK PYTflE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PCKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads a Specialty,
o 1 1; k i
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street'
F. nitOHH, Prwodent. I V. NBKF, Vtco Prcs'nt
II. WELLS, Cashier. T, J. Korth, AsVt chhIi
13 irt'ol '!
F. Dross Ca'.ro I William Klitto. .Cairo
Peter Neli " I Wlllliim Wolf.... "
C.M Osterloh " I O. O. I'atiiir "
E. A. Under " I II. Wells.
J. Y. Clomson, Caledonia.
A (JEMIMA li BANKING BUStNKBS DONE.
Exehanco sold and botii'lit. Inters t paid U
tho Having Department. Collections made and
all business promptly attended to.