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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : SUNDAY MOKNINU, OCTOBER 8, 182.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OFPiCK: NO. 711 OHIO LKVEE.
KSTKHED AT TUB CAIHO l'OSTOFFlCK KOH
VUAXSMIS8ION TUIIOUUII TUB MAILS AT SEC
OND CLASS KATES.
UFiUmAL PATER or CITY AND COUNTY
CO HON RH.
Mr If VI r(. ER ALD authorizes UK to an
nounce hi in mi m candliluto for re-election t the
otllee of I'oroner of Alexander couuty at tho com
I ng November electiou.
W'c are authorised to annonnce that Mrs. I'. A
Taylorlsan Independent candidate lor re-election
to llieofllce of Ooiiuty Miperiutendent of tmhllc In
structions, suhject to llie decision of the voter of
Wt artuiuthnrtiicd to announce that Mrs L. C
GIHH.1, of Thebes, i candidate for tlio offlce of
County Superintendent of Schools at tho cruralng
Wo are authorized to announce tint Mr. SA YU
KL J. ill'MM will be an Inrtc jn-ndtni candidal!)
for the office of Comity Clerk at the cumins Novum
COUNTV COMMISSION Bit.
M'o aro authorised to state I hut Mr. .1, 0. MUL
CAUKY, of Commercial Point, will lie a candi
date tor County Commissioner at tho coming No
We are anthon)l to announce that K. A. D.
VlLB.YNKS, of Jefferson county, is a candidate
for Clertl oftlio A) illiitu Court in the fourth
Division of Illinois, subject to the decision of a
caovemion of ilio Democratic party
Ml Kill FT.
We are authorised to announce Mr. JUI1N
HOlMiES at a caudidate for Sheriff of Alexander
Ed. Bulletin: l'lcasc announce my name ai the
cahdidatu of the people for the ottlco of County
Judge at the November election. JUSTUS K.
We are authoriiied to announce the name of
WALT Eli vVARUKItaacandlda-efortho offlc.
of County Juiljjo of Alexander County.
We arc authorised to anuotiur.o .lustice JOHN
II. UolSINSON nti an Independent candidate lor
Cimiitv .Imlje at the coin ing Novemncr election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. MILES VV,
I'AKlvKU hk an Iudeoendent candldato for treas
nrer of AI. vitidcr couuty at the coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices to ihti column, cignt centa par line for
nrnt and live ceuta per lino each subsequent iuser
ttou. Kor one woek. M cents per line. For one
tiiouth, tii) cen t er lino.
A Fine Harbor Shop.
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the must extensive aaI as tine an equipped
barber shop us can be found in any city.
His employes are misters in the trade,
whoso razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and Ins patrons go away
pleased witli him themselves and his work
Give him a trial.
Wanted fit ty tea am with scrapers to
work on New Levee street. Work will
commence Thursday the 28th itist. Apply
to ltobt. Biiri, superintendent of streets,
or to myself. N. B. Thistle wood,
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20. Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DclJuun's.
Old Machinery Casting's Wanted
at Hetioie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bu paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Kenmk.
in market at Dclkuu's 50 Ohio levee.
Use Tine Caiuo Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
utanilla, equally good for ink ur pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tho olhcc. No. 3 and
3. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to tho traoe.
Messrs. Smith & Briukmycr, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near 8th
6treet, are receiving a full line of new for
eign and domestic goods of newest patems
lor suiting and are ready to receive orders
and manl'acturu suits of the bent qual
ity cloth and guaranteed tit. Their prices
arc as low as best goods can lie soltl.U-5-lin
Flour is cheaper and tuy loaves are made
largo that my customers may get the ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
S for 10 cents. 1 1 - not petbllu bread.
My bread is pronounced by those
who know, to be the best
in the city. Itutncinlicr it is big loaves and
hold only at Ttit! bake shop. You get the
full worth of your money. Try it.
0'2-lUl. FltANK KltATKY,
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aid for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
at llellaUnV, 50 Ohio levee.
.Slimmer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central rail road has now on
sale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota ami Michigan; also, Denver, I'ueblo,
Torouto and Niagara Falls. Hates low.
Caller address J. II. Joiiuh, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, fur excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DuHaiin's, 50 Ohio levee.
Sproat's Retail Ice box.
Cou&uinois of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cunditfs store where
irn in anv ouantitv can at all times bn n!.
tainod. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
uvt the same as by driven 01 wagons, tr.
Found Estray 1
Odq horse with saddlo, no bridle on.
Owner can havosamo by proving property
and paying expenses. Apply to
Mrs. J. H. Bkkcheh,
13th St., bet. Wash. Ave and Walnut.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present at thu
City Urewery, on Washington avonue, So
tween cUh and Oth streets. Orders will bo
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
(JENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these coinrans, ton cents per M?ie,
ch insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
luted to f ii ward any mm' buslucsa Intercut aro
always paid for.
Mr. E. A. Burnett is back from St.
Mr. I. W. Barclay returned yesterday
The advertisement of Lambert &
liichardson's Dramatic company appears
elsewhero in this issue.
The Post Office saloon by Joo Itoneker
is one of tho coolest, quietest, neatest ami
best supplied resorts in tho city. lino.
Mr. O'Callahau has just had a neat,
comfortable cottage completed on Wash
ington avenue, near 21st street.
Tho Cairo Presbytery meets at Nash
ville, October the 12th, and continues over
the following Sunday.
Sells Brothers have brought action for
damages against the N. W. H. H. Co. for
refusing to transport their circus.
A new two story frame residence is to
be erected on Washington avenue, near
21st street, by Mr. Charles F. Neliis.
Johnson & Co. have on draught tho
best Bohemian beer in the city. Free
lunch every day t 0 :!30 o'clock. It
Don't fail to stop at Joe Honcke'rs
Post Office saloon for refreshments of the
best sort. lino.
A new serial story is begun in this
issue of The Bulletin, which will prob
ably run for three months and prove fully
its interesting as the one just concluded.
Mr. Al. Goo. will probably go to Cen
tralia for a few days this week on a visit
to friends. His place in the Comique band
will, in that case, be supplied temporarily,
A negro named O. S. Jones was fined
three dollars aud costs by Magistrate Com
ings yesterday, for refusing to pay street
tuxes. or to labor upon tho streets.
Sunday school will be held as usual
uptown to-day. The house in which it
has heretofore been held, was rented out
for another purpose a few days ago, but
another has been secured.
Mr. J. W. Kennedy, formerly express
messenger on the Chicago, St. Louis and
New Orleans railroad, has recently been
appointed agent of the American Express
company at Natchez, M'isb.
A good, steady, reliable boy who wants
to lourn the printers trade; otio can guar
antee satisfaction and that will not want to
matiago the office before tho end of six
months can get a place by applying at The
Bulletin Office. Must be a white boy.
The Prohibition candidate for congress
in this district has accepted the nomination
in a leter of nearly a column in length, in
which ho makes about as strong an argu
ment in tavor of Prohibition as can be
Mr. Joseph Itoneker is low established
in his new quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
Invites his friends t) call on him. lmo.
The county board at its last meeting
increased the county poor fund by five
hundred dollars, making it twenty-live
hundred dollars. It also increased the
saltiry of the county superintendent of pub
lic instruction to three hundred dollars.
There will be services to-day fit the
usual hours, morning and evening, in the
Methodist, Presbyterian ami Episcopal
churches. Tho Lutheran and Catholic
churches will also have their usual morn
ing services and Sabbath Schools.
-Mrs. Dr. Marean, who has been very
sick for the last five weeks, is somewhat
better, although still quite feeble. As soon
as she is able to travel she will go to
Florida for a season, hoping to regain her
last health in that salubrious aud health
A reunion of tho soldiers of the late
war will bo held on tho tair grounds near
Miuphysboro on Friday and Saturday, Oct
lUth and 14th, 1882, under direction of
Wortheii Post, 0. A. it. Tents, rations and
everything needed will bu provided on-the
grounds, and every man in Southern Illi
nois who shouldered his musket in defetiHO
of his coiiutry is invited to nieo., talk over
old times and renew friendships formed on
the battle field or in the prison pen.
Captain W. K. Murphy was in tho city
yesterday on a campaign tour. Ho was
well pleased with the state of his canvass.
lie is meeting with favor, not only from al
Democrats, but from many prominent He
publirauawho believe him to be better
qualified for tho position he seeks than
Captain Thomas. Tho confidence in bis
election is growiug firmer with every visit
he makes here, ami the same feeling pro-
vails in all parts of tho district.
A young white man named Bud Bran
nou, a generally suspicous character, was ar
rested yesterday upon the chargo of vagran
cy ami of gaining a livelihood by gambling
or other unlawful way- Ho brought be
fore Magistrate Comings for trial, but swore
that ho couldn't get justieo . there
and took a change of veuuo
The case was continued until Monday
morning by Justice John II." Robinson.
Brannon with several cyprians, made
himself disgracefully conspicuous at a bar
becuo at Hodges Park some time ago, when
Constable Martin invited him to mako
himself aud companions beautifully scarce,
which he did after some fruitless remon
strance, lie is not a model citizen, neither
are those with whom ho habitually and in
After referring to the intended erection
by Mrs. A. B. SalToid of a memorial build
ing toher deceased husband, to bo used for
the Cairo public library, tho Bloomingtoti
Bulletin pays the following well-deserved
compliment to Mrs. Sadord : "Mrs. Safford
is a woman of large wealth, whoso gifts to
the public are must discriminate and
judiciously made. Tho public library in
Cairo which has its inception in the deter
mination and energy of sixteen Cairo wo
men, owes its prosperous existence since its
beginning In 1879 in no small degree to
Mrs. Safford'g constant interest and sub
stantial friendship and she now proposes
to supplement this interest and friendship
by the erection of a permanent, house for
The following concerning tho wedding
at Ullin on the 2nd inst. of Mr. S. C. Cook,
of this city, to Miss Ella B. Crary, of Ullin,
is from an account of the affiir in the Pu
laski Patriot: "The ceremony was per
formed by Uev. D. J. Little, of the M. E.
church. No cards were sent out, and only
a small company of friends were present.
It was one of the most quiet, beautiful aud
impressive marriage scenes ever witnessed
in Ullin. The happy couple took the train
at onco for Cairo, their future homo. Miss
Crary tilled a place in the very best society
here and wherever she is known. Not only
was she an ornament to society, but of great
service as a Sunday school teacher, a good
singer and organist in the church, and a
model of lady-like deportment on all social
occasions. These sterling qualities will be
of use in her present and future spheres of
life, which we believe she will honor as she
has her former relations."
The actual gross earnings of the Chesa
peake & Ohio for August were $381,451, an
increaso of f 10,000 over tho estimate; net
earnings, 172,844, or 43 per cent of the
gross. Increase in gross earnings over last
year, 118,000, and in net 4jJ5v000. The
earnings are sufficient to pay "the full inter
est on the company's bonds, Including tho
currency. An officer of tho company says
henceforth the monthly net earnings will
not fall below $100,000, and within eighteen
months will exceed $200,000; moreover
steel for the double track will be purchased
without interfering with tho earnings.
Steel has already been purhased to begin
the double track. The Old Dominion
Steamship Company will hereafter run four
or five steamers weekly to Newport News,
as the pressure of trade at that port requires
As the weather has remained fine so
long the cotton growers bavo applied them
selves closely to gathering lntheir product,
leterring the ginning process to some fu
ture time. The result has been that the
cotton seed oil mills in various parts of the
country have been compelled to defer the
lay of starting. The Cairo mills, tinder
tho direction of Mr. O. W. Davis, were to
have been in full operation since the 1st
inst., and Mr. Davis has contracts for seed
in a quantity sufficient to run the mills at
their full capacity and at double time all
through the milling season. But the good
weather, and the expected bail weather, has
delayed the arrival of seed for about twenty
days and thus interfered with Mr. Davis'
arrangements here. But the mills aro being
put in condition tosturtup as soon as enough
stock shall have arrived to keep them run
ning. Mr. Davis, who was taken hick with
malarial fever during his absence it) Ark.,
is gradually recovering under tho benign
influence of Cairo atmosphere ami splendid
caro ntThe Halliday. Ho is able to bo
Tho following extracts from a letter by
Thomas M. Logan were read at a meeting
of tho temperance club of Murphysboro a
few days ago: "I write asking how
you all aro getting along and how the tem
perance cause is in our county. I have
written my acceptance of tho nomination,
and if elected will do anything in my pow
er to promote temperanco in our state.
Stopping at Cairo ami along the lino on my
return home, I will enter tho fignt vigor
ously, ami do everything in my power to bo
elected, and I hope all my temperance
lriends will do all they can for mo, as they
know how I am BiUmted being away for my
health. I am writing to every ono who has
temperanco at heart and think will uso
their influence for mo. He0 tho
Independent that come out plaiuly against
temperance. Wo all aco where tho fight
must bo made. I would not have permit
ted my name to have come up beforo any
other convention except tho temperance.
If they think I am tho man I shall bo true
as steel. 4 ' .
"Your old friend,
"Tiios. M. Looak."
COTTON SEED OIL IN COOKING.
Some days ago Secretary Simmons and
Mr. Hill, ot the St. Louis cotton exchange,
made some interesting experiments in
making buscuits with cotton sood oil, ami
published the results which were very sat
isfactory. Shortly afterwards Secretary
Simmons received the following letter trom
Dear Sir I see my friend Mr. Hill has
been exhibiting a biscuit mado out of
cotton seed oil. At homo when we ca6 ob
tain tho refined oil no lard is used for any
purpose from frying chicken up to a pound
cake. My wife prefers tho cotton seod oil j
it is sweeter, healthier and costs much less.
Wo pay 75 cents a gallon for the oil when
we can get it. This equals by weight eight
pounds of lard, for which wo pay 16 cts.
a pound, the difference in favor of the oil
being 58?a cts. In using tho oil you must
uso just one-half the bulk you would of
bird; that is, if you uso two tablespoons of
lard in buiscuit you should only use ouo of
the oil. Commonsense seems to dictate that
a pure, sweet vegetable oil must bo prefera
blc to steam refined lard, made of the
Lord only knows what.
Respectfully, J. E. Rouerts.
Mr. Roberts is cashier of the Exchange
bank in Paris.
JUDGES OF ELECTION.
At its last session which was concluded
Thursday, the board of county commis
sioners selected the following judges to
preside at the polls in the several precincts
ot the couuty during tho next November
1st Cairo precinct, Goo. W. McKeaig,
Tho's Wilson and Wm. Mcllale.
2nd Cairo precinct, A. Comings, W. M.
Williams and J. II. Goasman.
3rd Cairo precinct, John Vood,B. F.
Blakeand John VanVactor.
4th Cairo precinct, D. J- Foley, C. F.
Mollis and Geo. E.O'Hara.
5th Cairo precinct, Cha's Lancaster, J. J.
Bird and James Carroll.
Beech Ridge, M. McKenne, John H.
Parker and Simon Marshall.
Lake Milligan, N. Hunsackar, Geo W.
Rial and James W. Ice.
Goose Island, Andrew Naw, John Walk
er and Win. Stenvenson.
Santa Fe, A. II. Ireland, John M. Dor
ton and John Bishop.
Thebes, Martin JJrown, S. Marchihlon
and Tho's Ilobbs.
East Cape Girardeau, James Billingsley,
James L. Sanders and Ezra King.
Clear Creek, P. McRaven, T. J. Fink-y
and Henry Goodman.
Elco, S. B. Veck, Ja's I) Whitakcr and
ami Sam'l Briley.
Sandusky, D. D. C. Ilargis, M. Fitzger
ald and Henry Dunning.
Unity, W. J. Milford, Wm. Ireland and
Tho judges will meet in their respective
precincts on the 17th instant for the pur
pose of registering the names of voters, and
will meet again on the 31st to revise the
register. Registration is necessary because
theel-ction is one of state officers as well
A FULL STATEMENT.
UK I'llOCKEMS OK TIlK KAIll AND FESTIVAL
LATELY HELD KOll THE I'UKPOSE OF COM
PLETING TIIK KISTEIl'S CONVENT OF THIS
From collectors 1st ward, $49 50
" " 2d " 00 50
" 31 " 04 50
4th " 125 00
" " 5th " 45 00
" Col. S. S. Taylor, 50 00-$ 454 50
1'UOCEF.IlS OF FAIR, THREE NIGHTS.
Conductors Lamp $250 00
Refreshment tables.... 180 00
Fancy table 147 00
Supper table 137 00
Door and tickets 04 50
Gold pen 55 00
IWofficc 8 10-$ 841 (JO
Total receipts.... $ 1,200 10
For conductor's lamp. . .$18 50
For clock and pen 7 50
For watch man 3 nights. . 4 50
For musicians 4 00
For gas 2 50
For window pane fit)
Argus for printing 2 00
Bulletin for printing.... 2 00
Moving piano 2 50
Handbills and tickets. . . 3 50
Total expenscso .... $ 37 00
Net proceeds $ 1,258 50
The foregoing is a full correct statement
of the receipts and expenditures and net
proceeds of the fair. The report would
have been published before now, but sev
eral subscriptions were not tollected until
this last week. All but four or five of tho
subscriptions have now boon paid, and those
four or five delinquents may yet come for
ward and pay up to tho Sistors if they be
The result of this series of fairs is some
thing unheard of exceeds that of any
thing of the kind ever given in tho city.
The pcnplu of Cairo manifested their inter
est in tho Loretto academy in a very sub
stantial manner, anil the Sisters are very
grateful to them.
Free ot Cwt.
All persons wishing to test the merits of
a great remedy ono that will positively
cure Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Asthma,
Bronchitis, or any affection of the Throat
and Lungs aro requested to call at Harry
W.Schuh's drug store and get a trial bot
tle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption free of cost, which will show you
what a regular dollar-size bottle will do. (1)
For Tba Cairo Iliilletln.
A DAY DREAM.
Dark fir trooi rilnn In their majeity
Towered the rod heart ot tho caul to greet,
Tho toft groon mosi In dewy brillancy
Lay iiroaHud and aliliilntj Win her. HnK'rlng
The iinMilne wondered hi in fragrant air
lu uoldaii landols touched the distant hllla,
To flud thu awuct face of a atrauuiir tlieru
In glr.d eyed wonder, viewing rocka and rills.
Unuaud to uatnru's Rrailducr and wild grace,
It gavo a awciit pnlHiitiou of turprisu
And awe that from her aoul crept to bur face
Aud shone aa'atara lu mid night of her eyei
From toll green moat to height of gloomy fir,
From earth to calm bluu banner of the cklea,
All naturt seemed to breath oflove to her.
Oct. Oth, mi. LINWOOD.
IS CAIRO HEALTHY.
Cairo and St. Louis offer me equal in
ducements for business, aud I must de
cide in a very short time which place to
move to. I much prefer the former, did I
not get tlie idea oy reading your paper
that it is very unhealthy. Week after week
I see announcements of Mrs. A. B. C. uud
Mrs. X. Y. Z. going off for their health. In
fact, I think their names are mentiored in
that connection a3 otten sometimes as two
or three times a week; till I am getting as
well acquainted with them as you are your
self. I have written some of my acquaint
ances in your city on tho subject, but they
aro firm in tho conviction that tho place is
healthy, and urge mo to "como on." I on
ly hesitate on my lamily's account, as I do
not wish to locate where they will have to
leave me alone most of the time. I have
no fancy for a home with only servants for
my company half my timo. The death
rate of your city'is always small, and I
rarely ever hear of a man being sick. How
is it anyhow?
I know you have the finest hotel in tho
state, an Opera House that cannot be ex
celled, a fine public library, excellent
schools and churches, tho grandest rivers
ami railroads in the world, cultivated peo
ple, and business enough for double your
population, but bow about tho health?
I have Been in your city numbers of bright
eyed, healthy young ladies, and rosy, plump
little children; but I'm mystified about
the perpetual ill health of Mrs. A. B. C.
and Mrs. X. Y. Z. Oblige me if you can
with soaie information that will decide me
in my business location. W 1 T.
The Bulletin assures "Wl T." that
ho may rely upon tho information received
by him from his Cairo acquaintances, as to
the general hcalUifulness of the place. In
the absence of statistics, such as nearly all
other cities of Cairo's size periodically
prepare and publish, from a record of
deaths scrupulously kept, our opinion is
based almost entirely upon casual ob
servation, but we feel safe in asserting that
no city can show a smaller death rate for
any given period, in proportion to popula
tion, than can this city. We may go fur
ther, aodsay without fear of contradiction,
that, upon a sanitary basis, there is no
comparsion between Cairo and St. Louis.
In tbo latter city the death rate per week
is, on a fair average, ono to every four thou
sand people. In Cairo it is hardly one per
month among ten thousand people. In
consequence ot the into nooi there has
doubtless been more than usual sickness of
a mild character throughout the Missis
sippi valley, but, in this respect, as also in
respect to tho material datnago done by the
flood, Cairo suuYrcd much less than
her share. Thes'i floods and their
consequences, thanlcs to trie passage,
in spito of President Arthur, Captain Thom
as and the eastern speculators, of the river
and harbor bill, und to the work that will
be done by its authority, will probably not
recur. We would also warn
"W IT." not to allow the "personals" in
any of tho papers anywhere, about "Mr. A.
B. 0. and Mrs. X. Y. Z." to outweigh tho
written testimony of his acquaintances, or
to influence him in thu least in his deter
mination upon a future permanent resi
lience. The expression, "left for their
health," as applied to most of the "Messrs.
A. B. C." and "Mistresses X. Y.Z." who
leavo any city, is a mere commonplace re
mark; it has degenerated into as meaningless
a term as tho thoughtless, ungramuiatical
and doubtfully appropriate remark, "it's a
fine day," of your friend who, rubber
booted and umbrella covered, jostles you
into tho overflowing gutter in a frantic en
deavor to pass and avoid an imminent hur
ricane and cloud-burst. But, furthermore,
while there is such a thing as "to leavo in
order to regain failing health," there is also
such a thing as "to fail in health in order
to gain leavo of absence," and well,
doubtless "V 1 TV'can imagine himself
as desirous of making a junketing tour,
without being encumbered by his poor,
patient, really Invalid better half, ami then
ho can appreciate the latter remark, ami
understand the reliability of ordinary news
paper personals as indicator of the health
fulness of any locality.! ..
. i i i r
Translated from tho Omnibus: The
now proprietor, who in his life yet no fire
arms in the hands held has, must natural
ly now also the noble passion of tho chaso
indulge, hits but nothing, and tho him ac
companying old forester came in thousand
embarrassment. Ono time were both upon
the hare chaso. "Thunderwoathcrl"
growled tho now Nimrod, "again tho beast
hot hitl" "It lies on the haro.your Grace,"
excused tho old. "Ho was very small.
Wcro bo only five or six inches longer botn,
io had blin your Grace certainly hit."
Noticed In thla column throe Unci or leu 85 cents
onelnnurtton or $1.0J per week.
WANTED An agent la thla vicinity, to tell
Watched on installment plan. LI he ml termi
to the right party. Addrtta Heorotarr Merrlmao
Watch Company, Ilavirhlll, Maai. 6t-e-o-d.
'ANTED: A homo containing aevon or eight
rooms and niiei'Hdarr out ilnnr pnn.ni.......
Apply at the Hox Factory. 0t. '
A NO. t)NB FEKRYUOAT FOIt HALE.-1U
f"ot long, as fuet beam; wilt carry alxtuen two
home wagoua. Price four thotidand dollar For
In formation addreta W. A. CADE,
MUlni Leavenworth Kannai.
UOH 8ALK.--Hlanks, Chattal Morgagea, Hpcctal
J- Warranty and Warranty Deeds at the Bulletin
J oh offlce 7S ( lb lo Levee .
T PRINTIXO OFFICEH-Wo have a large
utock of 34xM, No. 1 "M" uew that we will sell to
iinnlera only, In iota of not Ichi thun two reams, at
I2.)prraam cash. AddnmE A. Burnett. Bui
rn?io 1 ""."'epow'-r upright engine. In eood
conditio n and 1J loot horizontal a flue bolleri,
wttballthe valvea, pipe, new heator, drive well
wl'r? hew Hiaoke stack all completo,
pr'ce !,,) Address K. , Burnett, Cairo. Ill, tf.
WAM'KD.-Three ludlui and two gentlemen of
pleasing address to travel in lltrht, honorable
and prolltablo bu"iii('Hs Hend home aitdrcsa
(direct and number) to TAVLUK 4 CO., ot) Oris
wold atreet, Detroit, Mkb.. whose representative
will call and explain business. Kefereccua re
TWO 11IGIITS AND MATTINEE
Friday &Satimlay, Oct. 13 & 14
And Saturday Mattinee.
Engagement or the Celebrated Emotional
Supported by tho Favorite C'ommedtan
Lambert Richardson's Superb Combination
JiO - FirHtclass Artists - J20
The Leading Metropolitan Theatre.
The only completo Dramatic Company (carrying
thelrowo ailver band and Orchestra).
FRIDAY NIGHT - - "TVVVITFS"
Saiurdny Muttlueo . "1 he linker's Dauihter"
bsturday Mght Lemoua."
OHBERVE THE PRICKS.
7Sc. 5oc and 2V, no extra for reserved feats.
Now on sli t'HrtniHti' ni...... ...i.. ...
cents and ih cents; children W centa.
JAMES KELCH& CO.
II. T. OEItOULD AND
C. 1 N K W L A N" D.
AND OAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WKI.T.S. VDHf'K AXTl
LIFT PUMPS Fl'KN'lSHED AND PUT
IT I. A W ORKMAN LIKE
MANNER, ( AS FIX
TURES Of fell Irinritf ftlrnltihA.t n.A. A.l .!....
bronzed; Jobbing promptly attended to. Orders
received at Dmiul Ua'tinan's or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NIN'KTH AND TENTH STREET9,
FLOUfl. GRAIN AND HAY
Hiirhaet Cash Price Paid for Wbeat.
-Manufacturer and Dealer In
Oth Street, bctwoen Cora'l Ave. and Levee.
OA.HIO, ILLINOIS I
CHOKE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMCNITION.
Hafti ItepalMd. AU Kindt oi Koyi Mado.