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TIIK DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN: TUESDAY JUOKNING, .OCTOBER 3, IAS2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OSTKICK: NO. 7! OHIO LKV'KK.
ItSTKIlKl) AT T11K CAlllo POSTOFFIOIC FOll
TR iNHMISHlOM TIIKOUOIITHK MAILS AT SEC
oFlUiAb PAPSK OP CITY AND COUNTY
We arc authorised to annnnnce lint Mr. 1', A
Taylor l an independent candidate iur re-election
to the oillce of County superintendent of Diihllc In
.traction, auljoit in the d-cialon of ihe voters of
Wo arc authorised to announce tluit Mm I.. ('
OIUH ol TUelien. I a Candidate for the orhYe or
County Nnperluietideul of Schools ai tlio cu.ulnn
tloci iou .
We arc mithiirlzicl to nii"uure that Mr. HA M I'
ll L J. Ill MM will li mi Independent candidate
forlhe oftVu of I'cituil y (.'lui k at tlio coming Novem
We are until iruml to mate tlial Mr. .1. II Ml'L
CAHUY, of Commercial Film, will Imacamli.
drtte fur County Cotuiulpaloncr at tlio coming No
We are autliori-.Mil to auinmueo tliut K. A. I).
.TILHANIIS. of Jetreron county, a candidate
for tier of ttio Aii lUtu Court in too fourth.
OivIkIoii of lllinol. aahject to the decision of a
cuuveution of the Democratic puny
pii kiii Kr.
We aro atithorliied to announce Mr. JOHN
HOIx; Kh ns acandiliito for Mienll' of Alexander
Ed. Bulletin: I'leaseauiiounre my name a the
candidate of the people fur the olHcu of Couiiiy
Judiffl Ht the November uloottou. JUSTUS It.
W are aathori"d to ntui'i n n.-.t t!iu name of
WALTh'U YIC:BI a a cmdida e for tho oillce
of Uouu'.y Ju 10 of Alex mder County.
We ;ire lint wriiijJ to auiKMinra Justice JaUN
H. HOBINSO a an iud.-iuJeut candidate for
Coiiniv J jhl;' 11 ; !) coming S'lv.-iuMf- electem.
We mo intlliormod to uiuouil Mr. MILES V,'.
l'AKK'-.li u .111 Liuii n-uilem e.umililuiu ftir ireae
nrer n . 1 andcr county a the ooiuinu Novumlior
SPKHAL LOUAJL ITEMS.
Motli . :u tain column, ulyiit num. pur ilmi Tor
!lrt mill :lva c.eniB iter Una cli milmiHiueui imttir
inn. I'nr niiu wouk. Wcenta unr lino, for one
c out '1, 1K1 ceui per ilnu.
A Fine B.irber Shop.
Win. Alba, on. Cimmerci.il avenue, has
tin; most extensive and ,u fine an equipped.
barb t simp m cun be fuun 1 in any coy.
His employes are m asters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth aud keen.
His establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and lis patrons go away
pleased witli hint themselves and Ins work
Give him a tnnl.
Wanted filly teaats with scrapers to
work on New Leveo street. Work will
coin incnce Thursday the 23th in.st. Apply
to Robt. Biir.1, superintendent of streets,
or to myself. N. B. Tuistlk.voud,
Cairo, III., Sept. 20. ' Mayor.
50c, per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeU ttin
Old Machinery Casting's Waa'cd
at liennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will ho paid in cash.
Call at N'..U3 Ohio Levee.
U John T. Hk.n.mk.
in market at Dcliuuu's 5G Ohio levee.
Merchant Tailoring. '
Messrs. Smith & liriiikinytr, iiu.m
thaut tailors, Washington avenue iiearSth
Btreet, are receiving a full lino of new for
ei 'n and domestic goods of newest paterns
torbtiiling and are ready to receive orders
mid niaufucturu suits of the lwst((Ual
i'y cloth and nuanintt'ed lit. Their prices
are as low as hint goods can he sold. 11-0-111)
Flour is cheaper and my loaves are uiade
large that my customers in iv get tiie hen
fcfit. Thesis large loaves seil t tlio hakery
3 for 10 cents. I do nut pcd'Ho hread.
My hread is proiiounced . hy those
who know, to lie tin; hest
in the city. U .'uictnlier it is log loaves and
Bold only at the bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
0 aim. Fit AN K Klt.VlKY.
uOc per Can,
Kxtra Selects, at DeBiun's.
Out of the lire, cor. if and Levee, my
ice house' and ollice is at prem-nt fc . the
City Urewery, on Wahhingtoit avenue, So
tween rith and IHh slreets.' Order will he
tilled same as Usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
at IJeDuun's, CO Ohio levee.
Receipt bookB, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any lmsini hs, manufac
tured aid for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Summer Kxvurslim Tickets.
Tho Illinois Central railroad has now on
Balo excursion tickets to all the principal
fcummer resorts in Wisconsin, lows, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, I'ueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or ad Ire-s J. H. Jon,., Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. 11. Uanhon, !"tieral Passenger Agent.
got.) DelJiun's, fiO Ohio luvee.
Bprttal'H Retail lee Box.
CtihUinem of leu are notilied that for
their convenient) I Imve built a large lee
box on Eighth street in Cundilfs store w lure
ico in nv quantity can at all times hi? oh
laiuod. My custtincrg will remember that
their ticket! Will bo punr.heil at this stand
tut the muio 01 by drivers of wagons, tf.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theta coin rain, tun reuit per tine,
lcb Iniierilon and whether marked or not, if calru
lited to Toward any uiau'a bualtiess Inieroat are
a! way paid for.
--Tho funeral of Mr. Jacob Kline's little
child took placo yesterday afternoon.
-Mis. W. C. Wright returned Sunday
from her long visit north and west.
Nearly a wholo car load of citizens
weut to Chicago 611 the early Illinois Ccu
train yesterday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen MiNrido rue
n tho city again after an absence in Ken
tucky and Ohio of some weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caasiday are back
home trom a visit to relatives in Ken
tucky. Since yesterday, Mr. Jeff. M. Ciark
has a telephone at his place of business on
Mr. J. Stewart Wallace, direct from
Belfast, Ireland, was a guest at The Halli
Mr. W. J. Morris, of Chicago, one of
the Illinois Central railroad dignitaries,
was a guest at The Hulliday yesterday.
A new son to Mr. ami Mrs. John Ais
thorpe, is among the latest novelties, lie
arrived Sunday morning.
Mrs. It. W. Miller and Mrs. Wood Kit
teuhoiiBO, went to Chicago yesterday morn
ing. Mr. James Summerwell became tile
happy father of another big boy during last
The la lies of the Methodist church will
meet at the church Wednesday afternoon at
A small army of citizens have left on
the different railroads within the last few
d iys to attend the Fair in St. Louis.
It is comuiis.-ioner Gibbs whoso term
as mei.iber i .t the county bo ird expires next
M:s. II. B. Oeer, sister of Mrs. 11.
WuIIh, who lias been here on a visit for a
week or two, has gomi to Anon "Q a short
Cdlct: ton wire out yestenl jy as mail,
and ntiny of those interviewed mtde favor
able reports. Collections generally were
"good, which is significant for the future.
Two cases of drunkeuness and two of
disorderly conduct were tried by Justice
Hohinson yeas-rd iy. The customary line
whs assessed in each case.
Mr. II. W. B istwick, one of our ener
getic young Democrats, goes to Missouri for
a week or two on business for Mr. P. Dris
coll. He w ill probably leave to-day.
Mr.K. A. Burnett and family went to
St. Louis Inst night to attend tho Fair at
least they should have gone it whb the
Mrs. N. B. ThistlewooJ leaves Wed
nesday night for Hot Springs, from where,
after a stay of Boine mouths, she will go
east or north.
The city council meets to night in reg
ular session, but as yet it does not appear
that there will be anything of especial in
terest in the proceedings.
Mrs. Dr. Arter is expected to return
from Chicago this morning. She has been
gone for several weeks on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. M. B. Ilarrell.
Prof. Will Emery has written several
beautiful overtures which have been played
at the Coniique during the last week or
ten days and received much favorable com
ment. After the departure of the Annie P.
Silver to day, an advance in rates w ill take
place to all points below Memphis rates
will be 2oc. )'T liMidrcd ; 110 cents on hay
and 35 cents per bid.
('apt. Taylor of the Fowler informed a
reporter of Tins Bulletin yesterday, that
surveyors had commenced worked 011 the
liueofthe Chesapeake and Ohio ll.K.cstcn
btonfrom Paducah to Cairo,
The county board met yesterday morn
ing, and without doing anything, adjourned
until afternoon. The mo -1 important bus
iness before the board will bo to levy the
taxes for the next llicalyear and to fix the
salaries of county officers for the next term.
Owing to the shallowness of the river,
a number of boats running between St,
L fiiis and points below have abandoned
that trade and will make Cairo the north
ern terminus of their routes. The indica
tions are favor ible to an eurly fall, a sevete
winter and a congealed Mississippi river at
this point and in consequence of all this n
nisiness boom for Cairo.
The young people of the Methodist
church hav decided to give an entertain
incut ut the opera house some time during
November, for the purposu of raising funds
with which to meet the expense of making
needed repairs upon the Methodist church.
It is perhaps safe to predict that the enter
tainun nt will be a novel and a lino one, and
that the public will turn out en masse to
aid the young people in their laudable
Mrs. Sall'ord is now, and has been for somu
weeks, traveling through Borne of tho largo
cities of the east and north with a view of
acquainting herself with the forms, advauta
gea ami disal vantages, of tho best library
buildings thcnyind will then form her plans
for the Cairo Institution, She Is expecte
loieturn soon and pertect her plans here. It
Is known now, however, that tho hullding
will be atwo-ntory ouc,tuollrst floor to bo
used for a public reading room, and tho sec
ond, for the public library. Tho institution
is to be known as tho "A. B.Safford Memo
rial." - Tho public bchools opened yesterday
with tho following teachers in chargo:
Principal, Prolessor Clark; High school,
Miss Krinbell, assistant not known yet
Grammar school, Miss Chase. No. 11, Miss
Murphy, of Frcepoit. No. 2, Miss Mc
Hwen. No. 1, Miss Armstrong. Thirteenth
street grammar school, Mrs. Hudson am'
Miss lizzie Wood. No. 4, Miss N. J. Mo
Kee. No. 3, Miss M. K. Riley. No. 2
Miss I'vaShepard. No. 1, Miss Annie Bi
ley. Eleventh street Primary, Miss Botch
kiss. Of the colored schools W. II. Bar
kens principal and S. B. Biiley, Carrie
Beed and Alice Dugclaro teachers. Miss
Hotchkiss, of the primary school, is a pas
songer on tho steamer, City of Cairo,
which was aground at Chester. She die'
not therefore arrive in titno to open the
school yesterday, but will bo here to-d ty
Saturday's edition of The Bci.i.ktin
found a rapid sale to tho people from up
the road, who came to buy dry goods and,
see tho circus, not so much, as some of
them kindly explained, on account of the
paper, as to see the advertisements and learn
where to trade. Revenge is sweet and they
got little imlormation in that line. They
found but one dry goods and grocery store
combined with energy enough to adver
tise their goods for sale and not a single
clothing store in all the town. New York
store is kept right before the people the
year round, and on Saturday its large force
of ch rks five for ev ry 0110 in any other
store in town result ot advertising, was
kept on a steady rush to wait on their
country customers. Wc venture to say that
the solitary card of tho New York store on
S ttu d iy, caught all or nearly all of the
trade tint wr.s done in tho city on that day
bv strangers and visitors.
Why is it that you can always find the
cneanest ana iresnest oysters at uncle
Joe's cor. C:h and Commercial av.- Be-
Cviiie. 1st. Hj gets them direct front
Baltimore, uses uone but the choicest
brands, sells cheap and consequently
enough to always have them fresh. His
motto is: Small profit and quick sales.
2") cs. per d'-zen. Try him. It
A Sl'ELENDID PROJECT.
The people of Cairo will be agreeably
surprised to learn that we are soon to have
a new public library building; a building
that will be an ornament to the city, con
structed according to the latest plans for
such buildings in large cities, embodying all
the convenience?, and many of the beauties
of the modern libraries. The nubile will also
be agreeably surprised to learn that this
elegant institution will be erectel and dedi
cated to tho ciiy for a public library, by a
lady who hash) years gone hy deserved and
received the highest esteem of the Cairo
public, and who now is associated iu
the miid of Cairoites with tnanv
projects of permanent good to
the c-eini'inily. b it no citizen will be stir-
pns' il to e 11 u that tins generous, public
spiiited la ly is Mis. A. B.Siff.rd.
FINAL ACT -ON
OI' TIIK ILLINOIS HTATK HOARD OK KtCAI.I-
Hon.J.S. (Ji 11111, t if Vienna, was at the
Ihlliday Saturday, and to him wo are 111-
leb'cd for a postal card giving the final ac
tion ol'l'ie st ite board of equalization with
reference to the assessor's valuation of the
lands, lots and personal property iu the ten
counties rnuipoxing this congressional dis-
tiu t. The figures aro as lollop :
Alexander county, a deduction of 17 per
cut. 011 lan Is, 1(1 per cent, on lots and 17
percent, on personal properly.
J ickxm county, an addition of 0 per
cent on lauds and lots, and of 5 per cent,
on personal property.
In Johnson county the assessor seems to
have been r ickless, for there heavy addi
tions wue made to each class. To lands
110 percent, is added, and to lots and
personal property 25 percent, each.
Massac comity must deduct 3 per cent,
from , in. Is and personal property, and
4 per cent, from lo's.
Pet ry county must add one per . cetit. to
lands and nothing more.
For Pope county H per cent, is added to
lands ami personal property, and U per
cent, to lots.
For Pulaski county M per cent, is de
ducted each from lands, lots and personal
Randolph county is to add 10 per cent,
to lauds and personal property und 17 per
cent, to lots.
Union county deducted 2 per cent, from
the valuation of lands, and 3 per cent,
each from that of lots ami personal prop
erly. Williamson county adds 15 per cent to
the valuation ol lands and 11 per cent,
each to that of lots and personal property,
AN ASLAL'LT AND A RUTUtiAT.
Mn. Editoii I beg the indulgence of
your readers again, that 1 may correct
some ol tho most glaring errors that oc
curred in your Issue of tho 20th of Sep
tember, in reply to my communication of
In ynur reply, you say, "the Dr.'s vision
is totally eclipsed by tho little Htur of Pro
hibition) but his faith in tho correctness of
his ideas is sublime."
" In tho first placo I will say, a man must
be possessed with a sublime degreo of
faith, and perseveranco too, to follow tho
editor of Tub Bullktin through all his
firstly?, Becoudlys, thirdlys etc., in tho at
tempt, I must say, to crcato and encour
age partisan strife and prejudice towards
the Prohibition movement; and while "my
vision is totally eclipsed by tho little Btar
of Prohibition," yet this fact is bo patent
in every article that Mr. T. has written
that a blind man cau read it; and the do
siro to create this bias is so strong, such
an earnest disposition to create prejudice
and party hatred towards prohibition, that
in almost every article written, there is an
evident over reaching which has to be cor
reeled, taken buck, or modified.
I do not wish iu this to be understood
as charging Mr. T. with untruthfulness
not at all, but ho lets his fervor and party
zeal, run beyond the point where tho facts
will bear him out. Let us see, Mr. T
says "it was utterly impossible for Mr
Linegar to have voted as I said he did,
against submitting to the people a constitu
tioual amendment, and again, in his issue
of 20th of September, he says, "Mr. Line
gar could therefore not havo voted
against it as charged by tho Dr.
In this Mr, T. takes a bold stand, in di
rect conflict with tho facts as stated in tin
Rouse Journal. First on page 70, a reso
lution was presented by .Mr. CiiatTcc, 6tib
mining to the people a vote, on a constitu
tional aniendui.'nt, prohibiting the mauu
facture, sale etc., of ardent spirits.
This resolution was read and five hun
dred copies ordered printed, and it was
laid over mC'Tling to tho rule of the
IIoii:e. On page 303 it was brought up
again and w as laid over for two weeks
Hi-aiii. We find on page "07 it was Uken
tip and read by tho clerk and on pages
398 & 9 the vote was taken. Mr. Linegar
voiing agiinst it, The Bcllktin to the
contrary notwithstanding. Moreover,
Mr. Black informs mo that the
resolution was argued for two day, Mr.
Linegar making an argument against the
resolution and voting against it.
And then tell the peeplc ho is not allied
with that party of which The Bulletin
apprised us boiuo time ago, "that they were
an oath-bound Htid pleged organization,
made up of men from both parties, who
were t o work against all fanatical and
puritanical laws" so called, "and who
pledged themselves not to vote; or support;
or work for any man who believed in the
enforcement of these laws, irrespective of
all political affiliations?
"A part of the programme of this orga
nization, was to established a daily News
Paper,1, and from the unwarranted assaults
of The Bulletin on tho "little fair mai
den Prohibition, I am led to conclude they
have succeeded also in that enterprise.
Mr. T. States "in the latter half of my
communication that I throw down the
gauntlet for a personal campaign. No
fair minded man will draw such unwar
I only alluded to the past political career
of David T. Li'vgar, and to what it might
po-siiily be in the future.
I would not, even if I could, "blacken
the character of Mr. Lineirar; or, soil his
ioen if clean."
Mr. Linegar is before tho people,
tijn dear lMiip'e, it is tor them to
letennine for themselves whether or not
he is a representative man of this senatori
al distiict, and a suitable man to legislate
for us and our children. One word more.
That b.st feather that whs to break the
buck of tho Prohibition camel. Tho reso
lution of W. S. Rodgers.
Instead of Mr. Riges bringing that mat
ter before the convention at Anna, I pre
sented it myself by a motion ; and Mr.
Rogers merely embodied my motion in his
resolution, which he read to mo before be
presented it to the convention.
But enough, I expect tho better men of
both parties not to be deceived or misslend
by any partisan thrusts from tho editor of
Tin-; Buli.ktin, but to arise above all such
influences, and with the dignity aud iutelli
get ee if American freeman, vote for the
bes-1. interests of their country and let tho
p 11 ties take care of themselves.
When they do this I am satisfied.
Sept. 28th, 1882. J. S. PttTUlE.
Enough, good Dr. 'tis enough! wo yield
the point all the poiuts. Good authority
tells us, that "there was never yet philoso
pher that could bear tho toothache patient
ly." Good authority is "badly off." Wo havo
borne worse than toothache and don't profess
to be much' of a philosopher either. As tho
rolling wheel that runneth often round, tho
hardest steel in course of time doth tear,
so has tho Dr. in his many mental revolu
tions torn in fragtauts tho tire of argument
wo had woven round him; and having im
paled us upon his persistent pen, compells
a coiifessi m of sins we know not of.
Wo believed with Webster and other
men of authority on words, that, to create
prejudice against a person or thiug, was to
influence opinion without reason, by with
holding tho truth, or by misrepresenting it.
But wo told only of Prohibition what wo
know, what all could see, and what tlio
Dr. himself does not, and dares not deny.
WoBpokebutthe words suggested by the evi
dence of our senses, evidence which wo and
everyone not prejudiced to blindness in fa
tho cause, could see, feel, hear, tasto and
vor of smell in every Btepand motion, every
presence or absence, every breath or word
or look or touch of Prohibition. And tho
Dr. Bays wc thereby sought to prejudico
tho public mind against tho cause I We
jdehl the point. To havo an oplnon based
upon truth, is to bo prejudiced ; to toll tho
truth, Is to attempt to creato prejudico
Webster and wo wero wrong.
We had believed, with good reason, hat
a political party was an organization of
voters, adherents of given principles of
government, who, in accordanro with con
stitutioiml provisions, at regular times as
Bcmhlcd iu conventions, announced their
principles iu resolutions, and nomiualed
and voted for candidates who would be
bound by such resolutions. But tho Dr
tells us, a political party is simply an oath
bound.looal club or society, or a number of
oath-bound, local clubs or societies, which
hold secret meetings and only resolve not
to support for oflieo certain men of certain
opinions on certain subjects, "irrespective
of party." O ily this and nothing more
Wo yield the point. Good reason and we
We hail believed, with good reason, that
tho nominee of the Democratic party was
bound only by such principles as w ere
enunciated in tho Democratic platform;
but tho Dr. has constructed a little plat
form of crnzy resolutions passed in the
heat of agitation by the Cairo protection
ists, or other similar societies in tho State,
which are opposed to prohibition; and
seeks to thrust Mr. Linetrar, the Demo-
cr dic nominee, upon this little platform
because he is opposed to Prohibition. We
yield the point. Good reason an 1 we were"
wront. We shall now follow the Dr.'s
good example : construct a little platform
of our own, of any ciazy resolutions passed
in the heat of local agitation by tho Cairo
Temperance Reform club, und by the
young people's temperance club, and the
Good Templars, and the Alliance, and other
similar societies in the S'.ato which are all
in favor of prohibition, and shall attempt to
place Mr. Scurloek, tlio Republican nomi
nee, upon this platform, because he is also
in favor of prohibition.
We had thought, with good reason, that
when so strong a partisan as the Dr. is,
writing for a newspaper, against a political
candidate who, he has confessed, is, person
ally, very odious to him, spoke of him as '&
sow that had been washed," "a dog that
returned to Ins vomit," and to vote for
which or whom it would "turn bn olitieal
stomach" we had thought, w tb good
reason, that such language, under ueli cir
cumstances, has a strong reseinblanco to
an expression of personal feeling. But the
Dr. denies this; ho intended bis wordsjo be
understood in a purely Pickwickim sense.
Wo yield the point; good reason and we
We had believed, with Mr. M. C. White,
secretary of the Anna Prohibition love
feast, that Mr. Rogers, John A. Logan
Rogers, wai the only man at the feast who
had Bought to prevent any action that
might benefit Murphy and injure Thomas;
but the Dr. confesses himself to havo been
an accomplice, innocent of course, to the
schcruo which, ho has" also verbally con
fessed, Rogers would have introduced if
he had not. We yield the point. The
secretary and wo were wrong.
We had believed, with the Dr., that in a
discussion of political matters, as in all
others, it evidenced a purpose to deceive if
any truth were withheld, and that to de
ceive even in politics was sinful. The Dr.
has confessed th it he, and not Mr. Rogers,
was the first to dictate the words of the
littl'3 song In-ginning, "resolved that we
think it unwise," etc., and thin leaves the
impression that Mr. Rogers, Logan's brother-in-law,
Republican deputy post master,
and member of the Republican congres
sional central committee aud of the late
Republican congressional convention, was
not at the Anna convention in accordance
with instructions from his great political
creator, for a certain political purpose.
But tho Dr. has failed to state in his com
munication, as he did in conversation a few-
days ago, that Mr. Rogers told him in open
convention, that if he, (the Dr.,) had not
given the segnal for the song, ho, (Rogers)
would have done ho. Knowing that the
Dr. is the impersonation of honor and truth,
and would do nothing sinful, wo conclude
that to gain advantage in a political discus
sion, by withholding a little truth, is not a
sin. Wo yield the noint. Tho Dr. and we
were wrung. Wo believe now as the Dr.
believes now, and with M. Noirtier, of
Monto-Cristo fame, that "in politics
there are no men, but ideas, no feelings, but
interests; iu politics wo do not kill a man,
wo only remove an obstacle, that is all."
Is this not enough? Havo wo not re
traced more than nil? Is the Dr. now satis
fied? or shall wo humiliate ourself further;
shall wo prostrate ourself before once love
ly Prohibition and confess that wu wrong '
her when, seeing her in the
polluting embrace of corrupt
machine Republicanism, wo warn her of
danger, and when she heods not our warn
ing, urge virtuous temperance Democrats L
to touch lieruot? If tho Dr. asks this of us
ho asks too much; wo can not yield. But
wo beseech him to bo merciful, to torture
us no more. Ho knows that wo lovo him
as poorSilvius loved Phmbe; ho is our
Phiebo,and wo beseech him not to scorn us
because wo refuse to doubt tho evidence of
all our senses. "Do not, sweet Phojbo. Say
that you lovo us not, hut say it not in bit-
teriniBS." And torture us no more.
Tine poor sufferer that has been doum
himself with so called Troches ond thereby
upset his stomach without curing the
troublesome cough, should tako our advico
and use at onco Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
and get well.
NEW ADVERTISED! KNTH.
Notice In thla column throe linen or leu siScenti
one lUBuruon or i.uu pi'r wui'K.
WANTKI). Ananentla tills vicinity, to mil)
Walchea on luaiallineut plan. Llhurul terma
to the right party. Addrima Secretary Merrlmao
wiiu v.'u. fiii, .ibvcimiii, .iiuns, nl-U-O-U.
"iyANTKD:-Ahoiiai(C(iiitaliitiiacven or olRht
. ' vukiw Kouvuuifiicea.
Apply at thu Dux Factory. ut.
A NO. ON K rKltltYIIOAT FOR SALK-1U
f..0i lonjr, its foet beams will carry clxtoon two
home wiiifiiiiH. I'rlcu four tUoiiHiind dollar For
Information nddroM V, A. ('Al)R,
If Im Lcuvmiworth Kanriia.
POH hAI.K.- llliinka. Cluttiil MoruML-ea, Hnerlul
' nrrantv and Warranty ll.-eiU i 11,. ii.,u...i.
.1.0. . in.,., -a ..I.... 1 ""
f If F ...HI
ill In Levee
I I'KIN'I'ino OKKICKS-Ve have a lariio
MtiM kof lilxM, No, 1 "M" new that we will iell to
Iiruilera only, In lota of not lean than twor.-anm. at
li! 4(lperreuin cuhU. AddrcME A. Harnett. JI11I
etin Oillce. '
AN ' 8 r 111 HnrM) power n-irlnlit engine, In irond.
condition, and t2 loot horizontal a Hun boliera,
with all the valves, pipe, new heater, drive well
watertaMk. etc., new muoki Min k all complelo,
pr'cel.Vl. Adilromi K. A ll'ir.'lell, Culro, III. tf.
AXfANTKI). -Three ladli-n and to tentleiiii n of
pleaMnir addreaa to trave' In .iirlit, hunnrulilu
and profitable bulin Semi luune nrtilrewi
("trret and tiiimli. ri to i'AYl)l! & CO., (HI Urln
wold i"treet. Petroit. Mich., whoeo representative
will call and explain bimintca. Itefcruucea re
quired. 83.00 T louis
I AMI IIKTI US I
Illinois Central J. It.
3 TRAINS A DAY 3.
Only M.00 over the old reliable Illinois Central.
Now t yonr time to nee the Wreat St. Louis
Fair and V fled Prophet. St. Loulu will be olio
blaze or and tducl-ic lltit the whole week.
Ti'.kota jpiod to return until Oct. feh im-iuslve
A. II. HANSON. (;.,n'l Pm. Aet.'
J. II. JONKS, TP ket Aitent.
JOHN JOHNSON it (JO'S
s x 1. 0 0 Jf.
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
LVlforn.a Winer, ( .'!;- of eve.-- eholcj brand
and Lbpiora of all .ln.li alwayi on hand. CuMoia
C O A. L
D Stoves 1)
tt rI1inv.'irn- -i
-Manufacturer and Dealer In
ti'.h Street, between Coni'l Ave. mid Levee.
CAtUO, 1 M.IXOIS;
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF A .MUNITION.
Safe-Heiaired, All Kil.il ol Keys Made.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Uoulor in Ice.
ICF. I'Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WELI
P;KED FOR SHIPPING
Oar JLoaUfl a Hpecialtv.
o f 1 (3 h :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street'
OA I HO, ILLS.
P. DROSS, President. I P. NKKF, Vice I'ron'nt
II. WKLlS, Caflilor. T. J.Kerth, Am'tciiHli
P. IlroM Ca!ro I Wllllum kiiilo. .Cairo
Peter Neir " William Wolf..,. "
('. M Oaterlob " 0. O. I'atler "
K. A. Under " 1 11. wen.
J. Y. Clomxin, caieunuia,
AOENKKAt. BANKING UtJSlNKaH DONE.
Kxchanffo nold and boiurtit , Interoit natd It
tho Having Department. Collection, mid. sod
U tmtlnuts promptly attended to.