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OKKICE: NO. 73 OniO LKVKE.
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OND CLAM RATES.
OPluiAL PAPER OF CITT AND COUNTY
KI'IKKII. lUPI HINT IN PINT.
Wu are anthormed to announce that Mm. 1'. A
Taylorl.au independent candidate mr re-election
to the office of County superintendent of nubile In
itrualon. auhjnci lu tliu decision of the votera of
Wo are nut hurl .cd to announce that Mm I.. C
GllIM. of Thebe. I a candidate for the ofllce of
County Superintendent of School at the ciimii n
Wu are authorised to announce that Mr. SAMU
EL J. illl.MM Kill be an Independent candidate
for t ho office of County Clerk nt t ho coming Novem
Wo awi anthonaed to Mate tlmt Mr, ). It. MUL
CAUICY, of Commercial Point, will lie h candi
dH' fur County Commli'itioner at thu coming No
vemhcrelectlon. AITRLLATK CLRflK .
We are authorized to announce that It. A. I).
Vll, HANKS, of Jefferson, county, U a candidate
for i'li'r ofthe Appelate, Court in thu Fourth
OivUlaa of lliinnt. anhjoct to tho aecieton of a
cauventtou of thu Democratic party
We are authorised to announce Sir. .TutlN
noPttES at a candidate for sheriff of Alexander
Ed. Bulletin : Virtue announce my name an the
candidate of the people for the olnco of County
Judge at the November election. JUSTUS K.
We are authorised to in in fiu nee the name of
WALT KK WAUUKUb a candid e for tno olllce
of Uounly Jud;u of Alexander County.
We Arc authorized l an noutico .Inatlce JUIIN
11. IWBINSOX an an independent candidate for
Coun'y .1 iidge at the corning Snvmni" election.
We are authorized to announce, Mr. MILKS V.
rAHKfclt a nii Independent candidate for trean
nrer of Al .ixander county at the coining November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
VitireK In tni coUmn, oignt cent per line fur
Ir.-l and nve cenla per line each uhequent Inier
oii. For one week. Silcouts per lino. For one
ii onlh, iio cents per lino.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Win. A I Im, ou Coininerciiil avenue, lias
the most extensive and as tine an tiii ppeii
barber shop ax cau be found in any city.
His employes are m.isters in the trade,
wlmse razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment is laro enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and Irs patrons po away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Giye him a trial.
Wanted filty teaais with scrapers to
work on New Levee street. Work will
commence Thursday the 28th inst. Apply
to Kobt. Biiri, superintendent of streets,
or to myself. N. B. Thistlkwood,
Cairo, III., Sept. SO. Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Dell inn's.
Old Machinery Casting- Wanted
at Ucnnie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will lie p;iiJ in cash.
Call at No. l:3 Ohio Levee.
U John T. Rksnik.
in market at DeBaun's 50 Ohio levee.
Messrs. Smith ifc Brinkuiyer. tner
chant tailors, Washington avenue near Sth
street, are receiving a full line of new for
eign and domestic goods or newest patents
tor suiting and are ready to receive orders
Hiid inanfactiiro suits of the bust U:il
i'y cloth Htid guaranteed lit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can 'ue sold.il-5-lm
Flour is cheaper and my loaves are made
largo that my customer nny get. the ben
efit. These largo loaves sell at tho bakery
3 for 10 cents. I do 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. Vou get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
U 2-1 tu. Frank Kuatkv.
5Hc. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Delkun's.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Lover, my
ice house and office is at present a t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, 'ie
tween Will and 'Jth streets. Orders will In
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at DeUauuV, 50 Ohio levee.
Beceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, iiitiufac-
tured a'id br sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Minuiier r.xnirstuu Ticket.
Thu ill inois Central railroad hijs now on
hale excursion ticket t' all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Mm
nexita and Michigan; a No, Detiver.Tueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Bales. low,
Call or address J. II. Joues, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General I'ameng.-r Agent.
gotoDolkun'a, !J Ohio levee.
Sproat'a Retail le Box.
CousumeiB of ico are uotifiijd that for
their convenience I have built a large lee
box on Eighth street in Cundilf's store when
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will .remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
list the sauio at by drivers of wagons, tt.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In t)ieo coiiimni, ton cent per line,
tac.h Innertlon anil whether marked or not, if calcu
litled to Toward any maa'a limine Interest art)
Hot cofl'eo and sandwichtrs at Geo. Q.
Wichert's elegant billiard hall to- day. 2t
Harry Walker's Comlquo entertained a
large crowd in grand stylo lust night.
Bcv. Schuchardt will conduct tho usual
services in tho Lutheran church to day.
Dr. Leach goes to bis farm near Car
bond ale to-day, to begone until Wednesday
Mr. Thomas Home and aunt will leave
to-morrow for Champaign, III.
Hector Davenport will occupy the
pulpit of the Episcopal church as usual to
day. Services will bu interesting.
Services at nearly all tho churches to
day, excepting thu Methodist, Uev. Searrett
being away from the city.
Mrs. F. M. Stockflelh, nccompanied
by tho little daughter of Mr. Stephen
Schwiuulz, arrived home from their Europe
an tour yesterday morning.
Services will bo held at tho Baptist
church this morning bihI evening by the
pastor, llev. A. J. Hevs S.tbbath school at
0::i0 a. m.
Mr. Samuel Myers has returned from
his eastern trip of business and pleasure.
He bought a largo stock of now good
A large, live pelican might have been
seen yesterday in' tho show window of Mr.
Joseph Steagala's saloon, at the comer of
Sixth street and Commercial avenue.
Go to Geo, G. Wichert's new billiard
hall for a pleasant game and a cup of hot
cotree and sandwiches. 2t
All the public schools open to-morrow.
There is reason to believe that there will
be a good attendance, as there has already
been a good demand for books, stationery,
lion. Henry F. lUb was a guest at
Tho Halliday yesterday. Ho was on his
way through thss district to look after his
fences in other parts of the state he found
them all in good condition.
Kev. B. Y.George is again at bis post
of duty in tho Presbyterian church to-day,
and the usual services will take place.
Tho holy communion will he celebrated at
the morning service. Preparatory service
was held las' nij;ht.
Elegant suitings; imported and Ameri
can clothes; new styles; first-class work
men; unexcelled fits; living prices; prompt
ness in filling orders, at Smith aud Brink
mover, merchant tailors, Washington ave
nue. Rev. Father Thomas Masterson is in
the city since yesterday. He returned from
his visit east and north, and will remain
here a few days before going to his new
charge at Paris, 111. lie enjoyed bis trip
very much. His m;tny friends hero will
be glad to sec him.
About six'y negroes are awaiting the
arrival ot the steamer Andy Bauin this
morning, to go down south cotton picking.
Sixty is only a handful compared to what
is needed to meet the demand, if all reports
are true. In one place near the Bra.o3
bottom, tli" workers hive become mutin
ous, seeing that the plarter is entirely at
their mercy, they have made very unrea
Through the Argm, Mr. James M.
Domron professes perfect innocence con
cerning the attempt to install him in Col.
McKcaig's place but wo know that his
innocence is all assumed. Wo know, not
onlv that this matter lets been for some
time back a subject of correspondence be
tween prominent anti-Thomas Republicans,
but we know that Mr. J. M. Damron
knows that it has been. And it may be
that by the time ho knows that we know
that he knows that it has been.
A half drunken Iventuckian attempted
t ) steal a reserved scat in Forepaiigh'H show
yesterday, and, buing detected, refused to
pay for one and also refused to get out.
He was put out and then flourished a
cocked revolver in tho face of old Adam
"himself, who was at tho entrance. Ho
raised much excitement for a while, until
Officer H i.. Martin came boldly uptohiiu,
took tho weapon away from him, and had
Justice Rjbinson assess a lino of twenty
five dollars and cost.
The contract for building Mr. Peter
NelV's two brick stores on Washington ave.
was given to Mr. Moses Fobs, Friday even
ing, and tho work will begin immediately.
The stores will be two story, iron fronts,
french plate glass windows, and in every
respect put up in fine style. Tho contract
tor building Mr. Conrad Alba's new two
story brick, at the coiner of Eighteenth
street and Commercial avenue, were let at
samo timu to Mr. Dan Galligan, who will
also begin operations, immediately. There
is, and has been for somu time, an urgent
demand for more carpenters and brick ma
sons in this city.
There is another Richmond in the field
for tho oflicu of county judge, as our readers
will see by scanning our announcement
column this morning, where will be found
the name of Justice R. Cunningham. Mr.
Cunningham assures us, and desires thu
news carried to the people, that hois on
deck to stay until thu last vote is in and
counted, and all he asks is a "fair field Aud
no favors," believing that tho people will
1 rally rouud his bauuer aud by their voto
decide by a largo majority, that ho
hall rule in tho county court room for tho
next four years.
Among tho many first-class attractions
which will bo presented at tho opera houso
during the winter, nono comes hotter her
alded than Mrs. Francis Hodgson and W.
II. Gillitlu's splendid play iu four acta of
Esmeralda, under tho management of tho
Madison Square Thcatro Company. Capt.
Shields during his lato visit to New York, at
the solicitation of Colonel Daniel Frohman,
manager of nil the Madison Square Com
panies, witnessed a representation of this de
lightful play, and is enthusiastic in its
praise, and was assured by Colonel Froh
man, thtt the identical company then per
forming on tho Madison Squaro stage,
would certainly appear before a Cairo au
dience as booked. This assurance, which is
most decidedly oflicial, should convince
our people that no second rate company
will ho palmed off upon thorn, under the
guise of thu original Esmeralda troupe
"4 Paws" show drew an immense crowd
of people to tho city yesterday. The I. C.
road brought in seven coaches full; thu
Wabash, five or six; tho St. Louis & Cairo,
four or five, and tho Iron Mountain, Mobile
& Ohio and Mississippi Central, each con
tributed its share. The streets were crowded
as never before with strangers and citizens
tosee the grand street pageant, which was
more attractive in several respects than
others that had been hero before. Lai hi
Rookh and tho sixteen elephants and an
unusual number of fine horses were the
principal attraction. Tho side show con
tained several curiosities which Foro
paugh monopolizes, so did tho meiiagiie
which was larger than usual.
Among the notable features there
was a three year old heifer
of pomlrous porportions, pure white in col
or, weighs four thousand pounds and is
sixteen feet long from tip of uose to tip of
tail. Tho ring performance was good
throughout. Among the new features here
may tie mentioned as being most attractive,
the performing elephants which Mr. Fore
paugh, Jr. has under perfect control, the
horizontal rope performances and the
swinging bar performances, which were
simply marvelous. The velocipede act wos
also new and well performed. Tho show
was good, the audiences were immense and
and well pleased.
Died yesterday at 9 o'clock, a. in. Em
ma Carlina, daughter of Jacob and Carlina
Klein, age one year and eight months.
The funeral cortege will leave parent's resi
dence at 1 p. m. to-morrow, (Monday,) Octo
ber 2d, for St. Joseph's church, where the
service will he held at 2:!10 p. m.
A special train will leave at 2:110 p. in.
for the cemetery at Villa Ridgo.
Friends ami acquaintances of the family
are invited to attend.
THE BULLETIN'S ORATION OVER
1st. Friends. Cairoites, Prohibitionists'
Lend us ynir ears. If you havo tears, pre
pare to sie d them now, for wo come to
bury L g hi, not to light him. Tlr: evil
that men do lives alter them, the good, is
oft' iuterr-'d with tm-ir bones. So let it be
with Lou' m! We have been told that Lo
gin was ambitious. If it were so, it was
a grievous fault, and giiev msly Into Lo
gan answered it.
2 I. Here, uuder lusvo of Dr. Petrie, and
the rest, (for the Dr. is an honorable man,
so are they all, all honorahlo men,) come
wu to speak in Logan's funeral. Ho was
our friend once, 11 Democrat, faithful and
just to us. But we are told he was ambi
tious, and ambition doth oft bring asore re
!lrd. We all do know, for ho hath told us
so, that, not a year ago, his mighty brother
offered him position, which he did prompt
refuse; was this ambition? Yet they do say
he was ambitious, and "they," you know,
are honorable men. We speak not to dis
prove what Logan spoke, but hero wo are
to speak what wo do know.
4th. For many moons was Tom a Demo
crat, pleged heart and hand to well defend
tho cause; faithfully did ho keep the
pledge-; fought hard and loud, with hand
and tongue, to help tho Democratic cause
along; but never onco was offered recom
pense. His name doth not appear, e'en
on the scroll of precinct delegates, in tho
county where ho hath had bis pracious
being. Doth this not provo tho want of
worth in Tom, or base ingratitude iu those
who knew him best? (Methinks it doo.)
1'om thought, of course, it proved the latter,
and, bent on venicance, come forth in the
political arena to buttle 'gainst tho Demo
cratic host. But alas! this rash move sig
naled his political death.
5th. Again, good friends, if you have
tears, prepare to shed them now. You all
do know this legislative mantle: We all ro-
reiuember the first timu Logan ever put it
on; 'twas 011 tho 20th tilt., at Anna; tho
day Miss Prohibition sought to sacrifice the
Democratic Lin lamb. Look 1 in this place
ran Damron dagger through; see what a
rent tho caucus committee made; through
this, John Logan's creature, Rogers, stabbed
with his ttll-talo resolution, and as ho
drew the cursed weapon buck, sou how tho
blood of Tom M. followed it!
Cth. This was the boldest, bloodiest cut
of all. For when the noblo Logan sai'
him stahh, bossism, more strong than
Democrat ingratitude, quite vanquished
him: Then vanished all his vissiotiary
greatuesB, and in his inantlo muffling up
his face, still clasped iu tender Prohibi
tion's arms, (which all tho while shed bitter
tears,) hu fell both fell victims of a base
political plot. O what a fall was there jo
temperance Democrats? Then we, and you
and all of us full down, while machino Re
publicanism flourished over us.
7th. Wo all did love him once a little
not without cause, and no cause withholds
us now to mourn for him. 'Tin true, when
that, he found his labors in the Demo
cratic Told unrecomponsud, hu hied him to
another political field, and there, ambitious,
In; aspired, nud aspiring, full. Ho rose in
mutiny against us Democrats, his former
brothers, anil sought to smiito us in a vital
spot. Ho spurned us, and by tho laws of
nations, we should now return tho compli
ment. But to us brotherly ties are stron
ger than they were to him. Wo lay his
political body gontly 'pnn tho bier, thcro
to lie instate till tho eleventh mouth, the
7th, diy thereof. Then will wo delugo
him with ballots steeped in Democratic
tears, and lay him to final rest. Hut he will
!ln! that tho political bods we mako are
lusting ones, and lie in tho dark chambers
AN IN I'ERESTING LETTER.
San Francisco, Sept. 19th, 1882.
Editor of Htillcttn.
I am not going to tell you all I saw on
my way from Laramie City, toSan Francisco
but will give you somo of tho points that
interested me most. To tako in tho trip
would be a long letter 1,500 miles too long
for toy pen. When leaving Laramie City I
leave the first placo in America or tho
world where no formal jury was empan
eled. There first case was that of a western
desparado. There was no flinching ftom
duty with them.
Oil leaving Laramie we pass through Sandy
plains with nothing but sage-brush ange
licas ami prairie dogs to bo seen. After
passing the stations of Howell, Wyoming,
Buttons, Cooper lake, Lookout Harper,
Weiisrr-station, Rock-Creek Wilcox. It
was here the first coal was discovered on the
U. P. R. R. Next station Simpson, Percery,
Davia, E lison Walcotts and Fort Steel.
This fort was established June 30th 1808
four companies of the 30th Infantry from
here, nothing is to bo seen but tho moun
tains, on the left s igc-bush and alkali all
around. Next comes Rawlings. There the
U. P. company has a round house of twen
ty stalls, ami machino shop for doing n
piirs. Too Co. employs about 130 men at
this point. Population of Riwlings about
800. Next come Solou and Seperatiou, this
station derives its name from a party of sur
veyors parting here, alter leaving the last
named station, we passed asign-bonrd bear
ing the wards "continental divide" and
marks tho summit 7100 feet above tho sea
this point is about 185 from Sherman, 737
from Omaha and from dan Francisco 1,178.
On this wild spot with no vegetation, the
title sign marks the-oenter ot the grandest
range of mountains ou the continent. O'jr
next, Latham, Was-a-kie. (Named after
an old chief of thu Shoshone Indians) Red
desert, Lipton, table-rocks. On the left
we cun see a long line of blufls rising from
50 to 500 feet above the surroundings.
They are red sandstone aud fresh water
sheds cut and plated. Wo will pass over
Nonell, Uitter Creek, Black Buttes ll illville
and come to P lints of rocks. Thero, there's
an artesian well 1,011 foet deep with plenty
of pure water. There is a coal mine and on
the top of the caal there is a seam of oys
ter shells six inches thick, and in the
sandstone there is by action of the element
curious shapes, some of which have been
"Caves of the sand," "Hertnetis Grotto,"
"water washed caves ofthe fairic," "Sanko
Bower." Next station, Thayer, Salt wells,
Barter, Rock springs, Wekins, and Green
river, spent two days fishing at Green river
and if I got forgiveness I will never bo guilty
of the same offense again, I must say that
Green river is nothing but a desert tho
Fun shines there with more elf ;ct than nny
place I have ever been, after my two days
fishing I was tanned as yellow as the fish I
was trying 1 1 catch; but they would not
bite, I could see them nnd took great pains
in putting tho bate in their open mouth
but no go.
Alter leaving Green river wo pass Peru,
Bryant, Marston, Granger. Hero we pass
over a little stream called Humes fork which
rises in Hodge's Pass the bottom land of
this stream is where wo see good hay.
Nuvt ctti..n JI,,n,l. ouues Oil liig
muddy creek, this placo is noted
for beautiful moss agates. Some
place the ground is literally paved
with them varying iu size from a pea to
about five Inches in diameter. Tho outside
is a dark gray and a greenish blue in spots,
Cathedral this station' takes its name
from the resemblance tho rocks have of
a Cathedral of the olden times. Aftorleav
ing hero wo passed Hampton, Custer,
Bridges, hero we pass high cliffs, known
as "Pluto's Outlook," "Bis Majesty's Stone
Yard," &c.; next to Bridges, comes Loroy,
Piedmount, Afpun. Between Piodmouut
aud Aspen, wu pass through five long, dark
biiow sheds. Aspen takes its namo from a
high mountain to the north of us, called
"Gueeking Asp," tho summit of tho moun
tain, is covered with snow all tho year.
This station is next in height to Sherman,
elevation 7,855 foet, and is on tho lowest
pass over the Utah mountains. From hero
the grade is downward to Salt Lako valley.
Next Btation Ts Hillard. This town before,
tho railroad was built, was or.o ofthe lead
ing towns, but now it is quiet. At one
time tho gamblers and roughs wanted to
tako possession and run it. Tho citizens
took and hung throo of tho leaders, who
were murderers. Thu roughs attacked tho
town In forco, burned down the jail and
relieved some of these kind, who wero con
fined there. Feeling elated with their
success the mob, about threo hundred well
armed desperadoes, marched up tho street
to one of tho loading of the streets, and was
met there by about thirty citizens with
rilhis. Tho first volley was enough for
them, nnd they flod as fast as they could,
but left fifteen of these wounded dead.
One citizen was killed.
Tho next station was Millis. Tho coun
try around here is wild and picturesque.
Now wo aro at Evanston thirty minutes
fordinner; tho waiters, Chinese. Evanston
Inn a population of about 1,300 whito and
150 Chinese. All the section hands are
Chiuainen, In leaving Evanston wo pass
Wasatch and Bear River, and through tho
longest tunuul on the road 770 fe;t in
Castle Rock is the next station taking
its name from a high towered rock, from
500 to 1,500 feet above tho valley. 1 am
descending the Canyon. Scenery is grand;
and here at Einory wo can see a natural
bridge spanning fie rocky walls and the
"Hanging Rock of Echo." About six
miles below "Hanging Rock" up on tho
Top-mast heights of thu cliffs, one thou
sand feet above the bed of the Canyon
can be seen thu fortlieation, erected by the
Mormons to defend this pai-s against tho
army under Johnson, sent out in 1857 by
"Uncle Sam." These toi tifications consist
of missive rock placed on tho edgj of the
precipice in readiness to topple over on the
heads ot the soldiers below. But they
never got to use them so they still remain
there. But wo must pass on with but
little notice of the many things to be seen.
We must pass plateaus and everything but
what is very noteable first we come to the 1,-000-Mile-Trce,
a strong pine, bearing on its
trunk a sign board that tells the western
bound passenger that he has p issed over
1,000 miles of R. R. from Omaha.
Next in tho rocks is what is called tho
"Devil's Slide." This slide iscomposi d of
two ridges of granite, from 50 to 200 feet
Now we have seen Morgan city, and the
"Y. C. M. I," which means "Yiou's Co-op-erativo
Mercantile Institution," a brunch
houso from the Salt Lake city one. We
aro now in Utah and have been for some
time. Wo havo pissed the Devil's Gate,
and are at Uintah Station, 52 miles in
Utah. Near this station in 1802, was the
scene of the Morrisite massacre.
There 500 men of Brigham Young's
mormon legion, and 500 men w ho volun
teered with 5 pieces of artillery, command
ed by Robert Barton, attacked the "Morris
ites," and after 3 days fighting and about
25 killed, the Morrisites surren led.
The noble Burton took all ho could find
in tho name of the church, and shot down
their leader, Joseph Morris, and two mor
mons w ho begged him to save their leader.
The followers of Morris consisted of about
90 men, (unarmed able-bodied men,) and
over 300 old men, woman and children.
The prisoners were taken to Salt Lake city,
and made to work with a ball and chain to
their legs. Ou the litth of March, 103,
when Hon. S. S. II ir ling got to be govern
or of the territoiry, he par loiio 1 them.
Here wc are in Ogdcii the Junction of
the H. P. and C. P. R. It., 1,032 mile's west
of Omaha, and 832 miles east of San Fran
cisco. I spent two d iys hem aud visited
the Utah Hot Springs, where a great many
go for their health. The w ater comes from
the. rocks, over 130 degrees.
I spent a Sunday night in Ogden, as we
arrived in the afternoon; thought I would
go to tho Mormon Tabernacle, but was too
late, as they commence about 0 p. m. Og
den has about 7,000 of n population, and
the city is run by the Mormons. Salt
Lake is 30 miles from Ogden.
After leaving the above named Btation
wu soon come to the great Salt Lake, and
get a good view of it. It is about 125
miles long a id 45 miles wide, and a great
many islands, The principle one is tho
Antelope, (15 miles long.) At Trowontary
we pass a sign-board, which reads: "Ten
miles of track in one day." During the
building ofthe road thero was two compa
ny's, each trying to beat the other. Tho
C. P. R. R. not to bo outdone, snid they
could lay 20 miles in one dav, Ti'
president ot tnu u. r. u. R., offered to bet
$10,000 it could not be done. Ho lost
over 400 hundred men and hundreds of
wagons wero employed. It took 28,800
cross ties, 2,520 iron rails, 55,000 spikes,
7,040 fish-plates and 14,080 bolls. Wo aro
told all weighed over 4,000,000 lbs.
Now wo havo before us nn American
desert; nothing in be seen but tho moun
tains in the distance and a dry sandy plain,
dotted with a little sago brush, and plenty
of alkali. Tho station ol Loiino is reached
and now wo are in eastern Nevada. All
through this country rich mineral discover
ies have been made and wo can see many
mines from the car. Now wo aro on the
banks of Humbohi river, nnd its waturs aro
clear and plenty of fish to bu seen, but no
timo to try if they bite. The Cairo Fishing
and Hunting Club should make up a party
and come to Nevada, where their's plenty
of fish in the mountain streams and game
in abundance. Quail, grouse, hares, doers
and bears, and sometimes a mountain lion
Wc have seen the mammoth snow plow
of the C. I It. U. resting 011 teu four
Concluded on First Van.
Notice In llil" column three Ilnei or lent SScenti
one Insertion or f 1 IK) per week.
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f"ut lon, iS feet beam; will carry dlxleen two
horno wairoua. Price four thousand dollar, l'or
Information add'OM W. A. t'ADK,
OlMlni Leavunworlh Khiicus.
IOKHALR. rilunks, Chaltul MorifiiReg, Nnncliit
A Warranty and Warranty Keeda at thu liiilUitlu
loh nllleuTS Ohio Levee.
T PIIIN'I'INO OKCICKS -Wu havo a larKo
stock oraix.lll, No. 1 "M" newa that wo will aell to
printer only, lu lull of not W. than two r-Hiu. at
to pnr renin cukIi. AddreHl A, Iliirnett. Jlul
AN 8 r 10 hnro po'ver ii'irlulit engine, In itooil
condition, and 1J foot liorl.oiitnl 2 flue lioilera,
with ull the valvea, i)lie, new heater, drive well
walertunk. eie , new Hiieik 1 ntu'-k all complete,
pr'co rJ. Address IC. ,v llnr ieii, C ilro, Ml. tf,
lirASTKI). -Three ladle and two Kimtierm nof
M pleafliiK addrena to travel In ilL'ht, limioriiliU)
and profitable IiuIim'h Send tmmu a'ldrena
(street and number) to T A VI) It A CO., tw (irl
wold street, Detroit, Mich., wIiokii representative
will call and explain bucltji.nn. heferencea re
quired. 3.00 T() st- i-ouis
I A N I) II KIT UN I
Illinois Central It. It.
:j TRAINS A DAY :i.
Only M 00 over the old r. lliililu llllnol Central
Now Is your timu to eu the Oreat St. Louis
1'iilriind Wiled Prophets. St. l.otiia will he una
liliiB of una ami electric, llchtu the whole week.
Tli kula I'ood to relnrn until (m. nil) Im hiHlve
A II. HANSON. ;eii"l !,.. Act.'
J. II. JUNKS, Ticket Aeiit.
EXCURSION TO CIIICAG()
It. K. will rnn a (iraml lcur-lou to
the W ind r Tut
Leaving Cairo at
i2:UO a. m. Monday
Kara for rout.d trip
Hctnr.i tlcaet cond until Oct. iith ln lnlve.
Sleeping car Will be attached to thin train at
Oilrii griil m l he ready for occtiparicv at S p. m.
Sutuluy. Oct. lt Application lor berth ithonld
lie made to J. K. Merry. Ktcaralon Atrent, Man
che.ier, Iowa, on or before Sept. sKh. J'rlce lor
double berth, ii to Cairo to Chicago.
This I positively the
LAST EXCURSION OF TIIK SEASON
To C'hiciKu and at a tnu when 'he Kiptmitlon
will hn eeti at it very be!. Kvi ryunu irhotlld
take advantage of thee very low raK.
J. K. MKKKY, Excursion Agent.
-Manufacturer nnd Ivilcr in
rt'h Street, between Cnm'l Ave and I.evec
CHOKE UOKIXO A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OP A MUNITION.
Safe ltcoalrcd. All Klt'd ol K y Made.
PROPRIETOR OK SI'ROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE l'Y THE ('Alt LOAD OR TON.V. ELI
. -haM) tVli bJMPPJN
flat' Loads n Specialty,
o n' 1' ICK:
Cor, Twelfth Street ituil Levee,
CotnniPiThil Avenue and Eighth Strci't'
OA II tO, I LI jS.
P. nitOSS, Prelilent . I P. N HI'"F, Vice rre'nt
II. WKLL-S, L'.iBhler. T. J. Kerlli, Aa't ciibIi
P. Brim.. Cairo I William ICiuto. .Cairo
l'elerNelV " William Wolf.... '
CM OHtcrloh " I C. o. Patler
K. A. Uiuler " II. Well.
J. V. Clemnn, Caledonia.
A UKSB HAL BANKING HUSINKHS DON 15.
Kxchanuo rold andhoiight. Inlerut pal.l It
thoSiivlnaa Department. Collect Ions mudo and
all bualueas promptly attended to.