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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, is.82.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO LEVER.
KXTEHKD AT THE CAIllO rOHTomCK FOR
TKAN8MI8SION TIIHOUOUTnK MAIL8 AT SEC
OND CLASS HATKS.
OrVlOiAL PAPBK OF CITT AND COCNTY
Mr. K. FirZ(iKHALl) authorises ns to an
nounce hi in as candidate for re-electlou t' the
olllce of Coroner of Alexnuder comity at the com
Ing November election,
Wo are authorised to announce that Mm. 1', A
Tarlorisan ludependeiit candid ate (or re-election
to the offlca of County superintendent of nubile In
structions, subject lu the declBlou of the voters of
We are authorized to announce that Mm I.. C
GIBBS, of Thebes, 1 a candidate for the ollko of
County Superintendent of School at the ensuing
We are anthorUed to annnnuce Unit Mr. SAMU
EL J. 11UMM will lie an Independent candidate
for the office of County Clerk at the coming Novem
We are anlhnrixed to (Late that.Mr. J. II. MUI.
CAUUV, of Commercial Point, will hoacandl
data for County ComiulHBlouor at tho coming No
AITRU.ATS CLRUK .
Wo are authorised to annouiico that K. A. D.
.VILUANKS, of Jefferson county, is a candidate
for Clernf the Appelate Court In tho Kourth
Division of Illlnola, subject to Iho rtoctslon of a
canvcnlion of the Democratic party
We are authorized to annotinco Mr. JOHN
HODGES as a caudldato for rbenff of Alexander
Ed. ISulletln: Please annotinco my namo as the
candidate of tho people for tho olllce of County
Jndee at the November election. JUSTUS It.
We are authorized to announce the name of
WALT Bit WAKDKIl as a candidate for tuo olllce
of Couuty J mli;u of Alexander County.
We r authorised to announce Justice JOHN
II. KOBINtfUM at an Independent candidate for
County Judge at the rotnlni; Novemner election,
We are niithoruied to announce Mr. MILES V.
I'AHKKK if uu Independent candidate for treas
urer of Alexander couuty at tho coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notire in tins column, el(;nt cents per line for
Rmt and Ova cents per lino each subsequent luaor
lion. Kor one week, 30 cents per line. For one
month, R) cents per lino.
Electro Vapor and Me-licated Until,
A sure cure for Chills and Kevor, ltheuinn
tisui, Catarrh, Neuralgia, ami all skin dis
eases and blood poisons.
I will give Medicated Baths on Wednes
days and Saturdays, Room over Tatter's.
W. II. Makkas, M.I).
A Fine Barber Shop.
Win, Alba, un Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as line an equipped
barber shop as can bo found in any city.
His employes are masters in the trade,
whoso razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment is largo enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and his patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Giye him a trial.
The Post Office saloon by Joe Iioneker
is one of the coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. lino.
Wanted fitty teaais with scrapers to
work on New Levee street. Work will
commence Thursday the 28th inst. Apply
to Hobt. IhirJ, superintendent of streets,
or to myself. N. B. Thistle wood,
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20. Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBuun's.
Old Machinery Castings Waated
at Keunie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tt John T. Rexnie.
in market at DeBuun's 5(1 Ohio levee.
Use Tue Caiuo Bcixktin perforated
scratch-book, mado of calendered jute
Dianilla, equally good tor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollicu. No. 2 and
8. live and ten cents each by the Binjlo one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to tho trade.
Don't lad to stop at Joo Koneke'rs
I'ost Office saloon for refreshments ol the
best sort. Imo.
- Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
at DeBauu'a, CO Ohio leveo.
Summer Excursion Tickets,
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickuts to all tho principal
ouuiiiiur resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Dunver, I'ueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. I lutes low.
Call or address J. II. Jonus, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
goto Deliaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Mr. Joseph Iioneker is low established
in his new quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
Invito his friends to call on him. Imo.
proat's Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of icd aro notifii-d that for
their convenience I have built a large Ieo
Imx on Eighth street In CunditTg store where
. ico in anv quantity can nt all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
thoir tickets will bo punched at this stand
ust the samo as by drivers ot wagons, tf.
Notico is hereby given that the firm of
Moro & Iledburn is hereby dissolved, and
hereafter the business will be carrlod on by
and in tho namo of Iledburn & White, who
will collect all bills and pay all debts of
thogrm of Morso & Iledburn to date.
Will T. Rrbhuun.
Found Estray I
Ono horse with saddle, no bridlo on.
Owner can have samo by proving property
and paying expenses. Apply to
Mrs. J. 11. BEF.cn eu,
13th St., bet. Wash. Ave nnd Walnut.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DcBaun's.
Liver diseases, headache, nnd constipa
tion, caused by bad digestion, quickly cured
by Brown's Iron Bitters.
ICE I ICE II
I' II (EN IX I
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse uud office is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, 'to
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will bo
filled Bamo as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in these commns, ten rents per line,
lach insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
luted to Toward any man's business Interest are
always paid for.
Fon Sale, Two loUou Cedar street,
between 12th and 13th sts. Apply to E,
Thirty-threo teams nnd scrapers aro at
work on tho city's levee, aud aro doing
--On Thursday another speaker will
he in this city, to address tho voters
upon the question of tho day from a Re
Ground was broken yesterday for the
foundation of Mr. Conrad Alba's new brick
business house at tho corner of Eighteenth
Btroet and Commercial avenue.
Tho very latest wedding and ball pro
gramme stationery; also New Year cards,
worth 7.00 to 115.00 tho dozen cards
may be seen at The Bulletin job oflice.IH
The cases of Bud Brannon wero dis
missed yesterday by the city attorney in
Justico Ilobinson's court. There was, in
tho opinion o( the attorney, not sufficient
ground for tho cases.
Messrs. Hugh Callahan and Charles
Nellis, who aro to erect two cottages near
the corner of Washington avenuo and 21st
street, have let tho contracts and the
foundations have been begun.
Mr. John Gockel arrived in tho city
Saturday and left again yesterday after
noon. During his stny ho sold his Ohio
levee property to Mr. Peter NvtT, who will
improve it soon.
Only a half dozen of those plush
card cases, with cord, left; 50 printed cards
with case that may bo used as a port
monao or card case, only $2.00. Ladies
Bhould call and see them at The Bulletin
iob office. 3t
To day Mr. Will A. Winans vacates
his position as" bookkeeper and cashier at
tho New York store to assumothe responsi
bilities recently laid down by Mr. June
Wright in tho office of Tho Htlliday. Mr.
WintuitTis well qualified for tho position.
A horse attached to a buggy, belong
ing to Mr. Tony Cella, ran away Sunday,
on Commercial aveuuo, near Twenty-eight
street, and injured the vehicle badly. Two
of Mr. Cella's sons were in the buggy, but
they jumped out and wero not injured.
Tho horse was also unhurt.
Our motto is good printing, No. 1
quality of paper in nil cases and prices the
lowest at which good stock can be fur
nibbed. Wo carry tho largest stock and
greatest variety of paper, &c. to bo found
outside of St. Louis. Call ami sec for
Tho volume of business transacted by
the Chicago postoflit c makes it tho leading
office or the country. Of tho 15.000 busi
ness firms who receive matter through this
the largest amount delivered to any one
firm or individual is to Lord & Thomas, the
well-known newspaper advertising agents.
I Inter Ocean, Sept. 2, 1882.
Last Friday, Miss Katie Howard,
book-keeper and cashier in tho commission
house of Messrs. N. B. Thistlwood Si Co.,
lost two valuablo gold rings with tine set
tings. She took them off temporarily, and
laid them down near tho olfico in tho
store and forgot, them. When a little while,
latter she looked for them they wero gone.
Tho officers wero notified but up to yester
day no cluo had been obtained.
A dispatch to chief Meyers, from Mar
shal Geary, ot Paducah, received yester
day, Btaled that last Friday a gray horse
ami a bay mare were Btoleu from a stable
In Paducah, and offered a reward of fifty
dollars for their recovery. Thcjiorso was
about three years ol 1, ot heavy build uud
had a white forehead. Tho mare was of
a bay color, well formed, fourteen hands
At tho Into St. Louis fair wero a pair
of chickens belonging to Mrs. Peaso, of 8t
Louis, and they took the first Drizo as being
tho best of their class. They wero a
couplo of Bantams, raised from stock of Mr.
C. N. Hughes in this city, sent to Captain
Uumbletou at Mound City and by him
sent to Mrs. Peaso at St. Louis. Mr. Hughes
is acquiring quite a reputation as a raiser
of fine chickens.
A notico of tho dissolution of the
Eighth street tobacco firm of Morse &
Rfldburn appears elsewhere, in this issue.
Tho new firm is Rodburn & White, Mr.
Ed II. Whito having purchasod the inter
est of Mr. Morso.
7 pound Royal ;0 and 7 pound Packet;
5 and 0 pound Commercial, and 5 pound
Demy note -heads; 10 and 13 pound letter
heads, also a full stock of pure Irish linen
letter and note-heads and ruled paper of
all kinds, at The Bulletin job ollko,
Ohio Levee; tho only round hole perforating
machine in Southern Illinois. lit
General Green B. Riium was in the
city at The Halliday Sunday, in close con
fab with Revenue Collector W. C, Pavey.
General Ruum registered from Golconda.
When stopping at a Chicago or New York
hotel, he registers from "Washington, I).
C." The general believes that circum
stances alter cases. TTis visit hero was
mado to learn tho state of the political
canvass and to do whatever might seem
necessary to further his own chances. This
being tho case, ho has doubtless left in
structions with Geneial Pavey to see that
Scurlock, tho Republican-Prohibition can
didate for tho legislature, and Logan, the
Prohibition- Republican candidate for tho
legislature, aro duly elected.
Yesterday tho trench made at tho
outer base of tho city's levee, to test tho
practicability of puddling, was, at ono
phec about seventeen feet deep and the
work of deepening it bad stopped. A
meeting of tho street committee will prob
ably bo held to-day, to determine what the
next step sITall be. Tho water in the trench
stands at a level of about 10 feet above the
river. Tho river has been at its present
level, or considerably below tho level of
this inland pond, for some time, more
than long enough to compell this, or any
body of water, underground, or overground
having connection from below, either direct
or indirect, with the river, to find its level
with the river by the natural law govern
ing such cases. Tho fact that this
body of water has remained
until now so far above the level ot tho
river, proves, or, certainly, gives good
ground for tho supposition, that com
munication through its bottom with tho
river is cut off by Homo water-proof sub
stance, at a level considerably above that of
tho river now. It would seem, to a reasona
ble mind, that, were this not tho case, this
underground water would havo gone down
as rapidly as tho river did; for it could
certainly havo passed through a sandy hot
torn us readily as through a seive. The
other fact, that along tho river bank, di
rectly opposito this inland pond, water
springs forth and runs in many tiny
streams down toward the river, indicates
that tin's underground water does find its
way to tho river by passing
through the entire length of the
sand strata, or, very properly speaking,
through the entire length of this natural
sewer, an 1 pour out of its mouths into tho
river. The fact that these tiny streamlets
spring from the bunk at points Beveral feet
above tho level of the fiver, indicates that
the bottom of this sand strata, or
natural sewer, through which it runs, is an
equal number of feet above the preseut level
of tho river, and therefore only a few feet
below tho level of tho pond in the trench,
which, as stated, is about two feet above tho
river's level. All these facts indicate, that if
the trench is dug but a few feet deeper,
solid soil will be found, which will serve
as a firm, water-proof basis for an under
ground leveo of clay) and that puddling, bo
far as it has been authorized by tho coun
cil, will prove entirely successful. It will
be said that much all of this is theory; hut
it is theory founded upon facts, and it par
takes much more of tho character of a
series of unavoidable conclusions from in
disputable premises, Tho street committee
will doubtless consider the subject tho
roughly and will continue- tho work until a
satisfactory test has been made.
Shortly after 0 o'clock last night a negro
named Tom Jasper stabbed tho night
watchman on the Anchor lino steamer,
Arkansas City, named Chris. Langtrin.
Tho affair occurred on tho deck of the
boat. Jasper baa gone aboard of tho boat
and was wandering aimlessly around on
tho deck among tho freight- Tho watch
man, fearing that tho negro was thoro with
an evil purpose, ordered him oft. Tho
negro refused to g, some angry words
passed, and beforo tho watchman could
prevent, tho negro drew, a pocket-knife aud
stabbed him in tho leftsido, directly under
tho heart. Tho alarm was given ; Jasper
Immediately left the boat, but was seen by
tho mate who drew his pistol and snapped
it several times at tho negro, but it went off
only once, and the ball struck tho negro's
wrist, shattering it badly.
Tho wounded watchman, now
unconscious and bleeding pro
fusely, was at once conveyed
to tho barber Bhop on the boat, and there
stretched put upon a mattress on the floor.
Dr. Parker was summoned, who responded
promptly and gave him all
necessary surgical and medical attention.
Ho expressed it as his opinion that tho
man's recovery was cxtromely doubtful.
Tho wound was evidently mado by a largo
knifo blado. It was about nn inch long,
directly under the heart, and its effect more
or less certainly fatal as tho blado went
upward toward tho heart or downwards.
And about this there was some uncertainty.
Ho regained consciousness about 10:30
o'clock Ust night and was ablo to talk,
and could bear bolng removed to the ma
rino hospital station, whero ho will receive
good care. He gave evidence of sufficient
vitality to lead Dr. Tarker to believo that
there was a chance for recovery. Hois a
German about 3. "5 years old of spare build,
and was said by tho officers of the boat to
have been a good man in his place. Hois
a resident ol St. Louis, whero ho lini a
wife and two children living, i
Tho negro, after leaving tho boat, walked
leisurely up tho leveo ami after making a
circuitcoua route, disappeared. Officers
McTigue and Ilogan made a diligent search
for him nnd after about a half a hour tho
former found him crouched behind a loiter
lying near the top of tho leveo at Sixth
street. Tho officer leveled his weapon at
him and ordered him to throw up his hands,
which ho did without a word, and surren
dered. On his way to jail ho expressed bis
regret that lie hadn't "fixed tho
quite;" and being told by the officer,
that perhaps he had ''fixed hurf quite" and
that the man was probably dead, tho bloody-
minded wretch expressed satisfaction, say
ing: "well if thats the case I'll rest easy to
night." Jasper is known to the officers and
courts of this city as a very hard character
and last night general regret
was expressed that tho mate hadn't dono
better work with his pistol. Ho will bo
examined as soon as his victim either dies
or is sufficiently recovered to appear ag ainst
Pied In this citv, Mrs. Rosena Leh
nmg, beloved wife of Jaboh Lehning, after
a lingering illness of consumption, aged
55 years, 2 months and 8 days, leaving a
family, besides husband, of two grown sous
and two daughters.
Funeral services at house by Rev. B. Y.
G-.'orgo Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 10th. Spe
cial funeral train will leavu Fourth street
and Levee at 2 o'clock p. m. Friends of
the family are respectfullyinvited to attend
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Friday and Saturday next appear for tho
first time beforo a Cairo audience at tho
Opera House Lambert & Richardson's
Dramatic Company opening with the
I),initcs Friday evening; Banker's Daughter
Saturday matinee, closing Saterday evening
with tho favorite play of Lemons. These
three plays are among the best now on the
The following notice is from the Illinois
State Register, Springfield, which is only
one of the many complimentary notices
which have greeted the company through
out their travels:
Tho Lambert & Richardson company
gave two fine entertainments at tho opera
lionso yesterday. Tho first was tho "Bank
er's Daughter," which was given at the
matineo performance. Miss J. Blake gave
an attistic personation of Lillian, and the
company accorded her a strong support.
The attendince was largo. At night the
play was "The Danitcs," and the many sen
sational points were strongly brought out.
Miss Julia Blake enacted the roloot Nancy
Williams superbly, and the inimitable Har
ry Robinson gave a very clever anil amusing
personation of "The J edge." That the
company made a decided hit was evident
by the frequent manifestations of applause.
The company is now fairly "on the road,"
and will doubtless make a successful sea
sou of it.
SiLVun Ckeek, N. Y. Feb. 0, 1880
Gents I have been very low, and have
tried everything, to no advantage. I heard
your Hop Bitters recommended by so many,
I concluded to give them a trial. I did,
and now am around, and constantly iui
proving, and nearly as sttcng as ever
W. II. Welleii.
Alexandek Cnicurr Cocht, )
Oci'OBEn Special Teum,
OcToiiEH lOTn, 1882. )
The criminal docket will beset for trial
on tho first day of tho term, and the hear
ing of criminal causes coutinucd until all
are disposed of.
The trial of common law causes will bo
arranged as follows:
. OCTOHKll 17tII. SECOND DAY.
No. 1225 -Ferdinand Koehler et al vs.
No. 1281 People for use of Mertz vs.
Roht. Wilson etal.
No. 1302 Caroline Nimengcr vs.Scheu
ler and Lutz.
No. 1320 C. & V. R. R. Co. uso &c. vs.
No. i:j;js Io vs. Meyer and Lutz.
No. 1340 -Phillis Howard vs. J. W. Hill.
t No. 1359 People for uso Bower vs. J.
No. 1301 V. O'Bryau vs. C.T. Doty.
No. 1303 -Huffman & Smith vs. J. A.
No. 1113 -City of Cairo vs. I. C. U. R.
No, 1115Do vs. do.
No. 11 10 Do vs. do.
No. Mt7Do vs. do.
No. 1 118 Do vs. do.
No. 1110-Do vs. do.
No. 1120 Do vs. do.
No. 1130-Mary A. Clavin vs. John E.
No. 1411 C. M. Dickenson et al vs. J.
No. 1112 Do vs. do.
OCTOllEIl 18'ril, TIIIllD DAY.
No. 1441 Pertplo use of Rondloman vs.
S. M. P. McClure et al.
No. 1451-2 Peoplo &c. vs. James Nott.
No. 1457 C. M. Dickenson ct al vs.
No. 1 158 Do vs. Goo. Cherry.
' No. 1450 Do vs. David Hessian.
No. HOO-Do vs. Ezra King.
No. 1401 Do vs. R. A. Edmundson.
No. 1402-Do vs. John Cotnor. .
No. 1403-Do vs. W. O. Sanders.
No. 1474 AUxander County vs. Hill
No. 1483 Geo. Victor use &c vs. Chas.
No; 1492-M. Millen & Ebbort vs. C. O.
Patier & Co.
No. 1490-C. Howard & Son vs. I. 0.
R. R. Co.
No.l502-Z. II. O 'Bryant vs. W. II.
No. 1503-Sentor & Co. vs. Rosenwatcr
OCTOllEIl 10th. KOUllTII DAY.
No. 1505 Jane Lindsey admx vs. I. C.
B. 11. Co.
No. 1509 Chapman Lumber Co. vs. J.
II . Carter ct al.
No. 1510-Do vs. do.
No. 1515 City ot Cairo vs. A. J. Carlo.
No. 1518-C. It. Woodward vs. Iloskins
OCTOHEIt 20TII. KIFTII DAY.
No. 1519-1). B. Thistlewood & Bro. vs.
No. 1525 Lancaster & Rico vs. J. G.
No. 1520-C. O. Patier & Co vs. do.
No. 1530 Lucy Todd admx vs. J. A.
No. 1531 John McNulty vs. Saup &
OCTOUEK 2 1ST. 8I1TU DAY,
No. 1532 Emma F. Knight vs. Thomas
No. 1530 Peter Neff vs. Robert Smyth.
No. 1537 William Porter vs. Smith &
No. 1539 John Coylo vs. H. A. Carter.
No. 1510 J. A. Sullivan use etc. vs. Chas.
OCTOHEH 23lU). SEVENTH DAY.
No. 1515 Charles Thrupp vs. Henry J.
No. 1519 People for use Weil vs. Fouch
ler and Swanilz.
No. 1552. Anthony Hall vs. James Chen
ey. No. 1554. II. A. llanuon ys. Green &
No. 1555 Huffman & Smith vs. J. A.
No. 1550 Bamberger, Bloom Si Co. vs. J.
No. 1557 Walton W. Wright vs. J. L.
No. 1558 G.W. Green vs. B. Si D. B.
No. 1500 W. T. Davis vs. N. T. Pen
nington. No. 1502 E. Roth use etc. vs. J. A.
Goldstine et al.
OCTODEIl 24TII. EIGHTH DAY.
No. 1503 John Miller vs. S. M. P.
No. 1505 Ellen Foley vs. W. II. Hotch
kiss. No. 1507 Henry Elliott vs. Saup & Roe.
No. 1509 B. F. Curtiss vs. W. S. & S.
No. 1571 Chas. Cool vs. Smith & Jame
son. No. 1572 Thomas Warren vs. John Hod
ges. No. 1575 J. R. Becker Si Co. vs. Fred
'o. 1570 Thomas Lewis vs. Henry Wells.
Nr. 1577 Henry Flake vs. C. St. L. & N.
O. It. 11. Co.
No. 1578 A. Pollock vs. Chas. Ham
mond. OCrOBKIl 25tU. M.NTII DAY.
No. 1579. Lau Gilbert vs. L. P. Parker &
No. 1580 Frank Jenkins vs. Shcehan &
No. 1581 Mary McCormick vs. James
No. 1582 Putnam & Standard vs. St.
Leger Si Son.
No. 1584 L. Musselman & Co. vs. E. A.
No. 1585 Mary J. McIIaffey vs. W. St.L.
Si P. Railway.
No. 1580 Fredolin Bross vs. John Koeh
ler. No. 1587 Jesse Hinklo vs. T. J. Atkins
No. 1588 Geo. W. Freeze use etc. vs. W.
A. Mitchell et al.
No. 1589 Julia Clarke vs. II. A. Hannon.
OCTOBER 20th. TENTH DAY.
No. 1591 Walter Hyslop, cashier, vs J.
N. Clark et al.
No. 1592 6. Si J. Hazlewood vs. Miles
No. 1594 I. C. R. R. uso etc. vs Geo. W.
No. 1595 C. It. Clark vs. J. II. Buckner
No. 1590 C. 11. Clark vs J. II. Buckner
OCTOUER 27l'H. ELEVENTH DAY.
No. 1597 C. R. Clark vs J. II. Buckner
No, 1598 C. R. Clark vs. J. II. Buckner
No. 1599 Nellio Taylor vs. Smith & Bro.
No. 1600 Wash Taylor vs. Margaret Wei
man. No. 1001 People etc. vs. John Lalley,
No. 1602 John Sproat vs. John Bolin.
No. 1003 Scott Ilazelwood vs. Cauble &
No. 1004 City of Cairo vs. G. II.
No. 1005 Ferdinand Koehler vs. Hinklo
No. 1000 Peoplo etc. vs. St. L. & O. R. R.
No. 1007 City of Cairo vs. Forrest Baw
lau. No. 1008 J. V. Philips vs. W. A. Mitch
ell et al.
No. 1009 -Leonard Evorett vs. City of
No. 1010 Henry J. Fisher vs. do.
Tho law cases remaining undisposed on
tho days for which they aro abovo sot will
bo reset for trial on somo subsequent day
of the term.
Cases may bo taken up by consents any
timo so as not to interfere with tho business
of the court so arrauged upon tho dockot.
Tho chancery docket will bo called for
trial on the 00th day of October.
Alex II. Ihvik, Clerk.
"Indian Department," Wasuinoton D. C.
I am anxious to intrbduco Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup among my Indians, having
used it myself for several months, and I
think it one of the finest remedies I ever
found. I assuro you, it is tho only thing
that ever relieved mo of a protacted cough,
brought on by exposuro while on tho Sioux
commission last year. A. G. Boone. 1
Agent for Poncai and U. S. Commissioner.
Notices In this column three linos or less 28 cents
onelusertlou or $1.00 per week.
WANTKD.-Anairentlnthls vicinity, to toll
WalcheH on Installment plan. Llheral term
(p the rlvbt party. Address Heoretary Morrlmao
Watch Company, Haverhill, Mass. tlt-o-o-d.
NO. ONE PKKKYIIOAT FOIt 8ALK.-112
f-et lonii, KS feet beam: will carry sixteon two
horse wiiKons. I'rlco four thousand dollars For
Information addrunij y, A. CADE,
OHMm Leavenworth Kansas,
1MH BALK. Illanks, Chuttiil Morgaes, Hpeclal
Warranty and Warranty Ducils at tin Dnlletln
Joh nfllce 7S Ohio Levee, ;
To PRINTING OKNCKS-Wo have a laruo
stock of tm.lrt, No, 1 "M" news that we will toll to
printers only, in lots of not less than two reams, at
t'i 40 per ream cash. Address U A. Iluruett, Dul
lfll n Olllce.
AN 8 r 10 hori powrr u;ritrtit ciil'Iiuj, In (rood
condition, aud 1i foot horizontal il flue boilers,
with all tho valves, pipes, uw heater, drive well
walertaak. etc.. now smok-i cta.:k all complete,
price t. at). Address JK. . Hurrmu, Cairo, 111. If.
(IK0 OPERA HOUSE.
One Nlcht Only.
Monday, October lGth
Tito Bouthern Btar, Qoecn or Comedy
Supported hy a Htrong and Kpeclallv Selected
Company Under the Idic.ctlon'of
JOHN II. HAVLIN.
In t'ha. K. Callahan's Homantlc I'lay, Illustratlvo
of Westi-rn Pathos, Humor and Adven
Produced with the original ceimry and effects as
tired during the successful ruu at Park Theatre,
Hale of reserved scats heuln on Wednesday. No
advance In price of admission.
TWO IlIGIITS AND MATTINEE
And Saturday Mattince.
Kn.'iomenl of ihe Celebrated Emotional
Supported by the Favorlto Corumedlan
17 A PI J V immK!nv
Lambert A Kictardson's Superb Combination
20 - FirBtol.ari Artists - 2oI
TheLcadlni Metropolitan Theatres.
The only cumplute Dramatic Company (carrylnrl
iH.'iruwn bijyit oano anu urcnesiraj.
FBI DAY NIGH T - - "DANITE9'
Saturday Mattlnee - - "The Pitiker's DatiKhter"
Saturday Nltfht "Leiuoua'
UISNBKYK TIIK PUICKS.
75c, .Vic and sv, no extra for reserved scats
ow on salo atitiartman s Mattinuo prlcos:
tuuis aim i cenis; ciumrcn .0 cents.
JAMES KELC1I& CO.
IL T. GEKOULI) AND
C. I. N K W LAND!
AND GAS FITTERS,
DJKIVK WELLS. FORCR ANT)
LIFT I'UMPS Fl'ilNlSHEI) AND PU'J
UP IS A WOKKMANLIKE
MANNER, OAS FIX
TURES Of all kinds furnished to order, old flxtures rel
tironnedj joiibhiK promptly attended to. Orderl
recviveu at iMiuui iia'tinan's or al tuo suop,
CO.YI.MKKCIAL AVENUE BETWEKN
NINETII AND TENTH STKEBTH
CAIKO .... ILLS.
FLOUJ. GRAIN AND HAY
HhrbeHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Manufacturer and Dealer In-
8th Stroot, between Com'l Avo. and Leveo,
CIIOK& BORING A SPECIALT
ALL KINDS OF AMCNITION.
; gtfsi Itn.ialrsd, All Kinds ol Keys Mado,