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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 182.
TifE DAILY BULLETIN
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OND CLASS RATES.
omuiAL PAPER OP CITY AND COUNTY
Mr. K. FITZGERALD authorizes us to an
nounce hhn n candidate fur re-election to the
offlc of Coroner of Alexander connty at the com
1 ng November flection.
SCHOOL SUl'f K'NTINDItNT.
We aroaatnorlcud to annonnc.e that Mrs. P. A
Taylor Isau Independent candidate for re-election
to the office of County Superintendent of rmhlic In
structions, subject to the decision of the voters of
We are authorized to announce that Mrs L. C.
GlISKS, of Thebes, it a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Schools at the ensuing
We are authorized to announce that Mr. SAMU
EL J. 11UMM wilt be an Independent candidate
for the office of County Clerk at the coming Novem
We are authorized to announce that THOMAS
J. CRAIG, of Hodca Park, Is a candidate for the
ofllce of County Couimlsfionor at the ensuing No
We are authorized to state that Mr. J . II. MUL
CAUKY, ol Commercial Point, will he a candi
date for County Commissioner at the coming No
ATTELLATI CLE UK.
We are authorized to auuounce that K. A. D.
VI I.UAXKS, of Jeflorson county, W a candidate
for Clerk oftliu Appelate Court In the Kourih
Division of Illinois, subject to the decision of a
cauvention of the Democratic party
We are authorized to announco Mr. JOHN
110DOK9 as a candidate for Sheriff of Alexander
Ed. Bulletin : Please announco my name as the
candidate of the people for the ofllce of Connty
Jodue at the
vember election. JUSTUS K,
We are authorize I to announco the name of
WALTER WARDKK as a candidal for the ofilco
of Couaty J udgo of Alexander County.
We are authorized to announco Justice JOHN
II. ROHINSOS aa an Independent candidate for
County .Irul at the coming Novemoer election.
We are authorized to aunonuce Mr. MILES V,r.
PAKIvKH as an Independent candidate for treas
urer of Alexander county at the coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In mis column, elgnt cents per line for
Irst and Ave cents per line each subsequent Inser
tion. For one week, 30 conts per lino. For oue
mouth, 60 cents per, line.
Electro Vapor and Me Heated Bath,
a sure cure for Chills and Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, and all skin dis
eases aud blood poisons.
I will give Medicated Baths on Wednes
days and Saturdays. Room over Taher's.
W. II. Marean, M.D.
A Fiue Barber Shop.
Win. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as flue an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes arc masters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
Ilis establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and his patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Give him a trial.
The Post Office saloon by Joe Roneker
is one of the coolest, quietest, neatest and
best supplied resorts in the city. lino.
Wanted filty tea us with scrapers to
work on New Levee street. Work will
commeuco Thursday the 28th inst. Apply
to Robt. BairJ, superintendent of streets,
or to myselt. N. B. Thibtlewood,
Cairo, 111., Sept. 20. Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Old Machinery Castings Wanted
at Rennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will bo paid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee,
tl John T. Kknnik.
in market at DeBaun's CO Ohio levee.
Use The Cairo Bulletin perforated
cratch-book, made of calendered juto
manilla, equally Kod lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the oluce. No. 2 and
8. live and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Don't 'fail to stop at Joe Roneke'rs
Tost Office saloon for refreshments ot tho
best sort. 1 mo.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, munulacv
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
at DcBiiuti'ri, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
Tho Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t' all tho principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
cesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, fur excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio leveo.
Sprout's Retail Ice Box.
CouKumeis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a larco Ico
box on Eighth streot In Cundiffs storo where
t.ind Mv.u.i. mnr.iii ..,.,. ik.
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
ust the same by drivers of wagons, tf.
Fink farm for silo, containgono hun
dred and seventy acres. Will sell on long
time at low per ceut. Further particulars
inquire at Bulletin office.
All members are invited to attend the
rfltrular nioeotincr to-niuht at 8 o'clock
sharp. Business ot importance to
transacted. By order of the President.
H. Scumetzstorff, Soc'y
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
Morse & Redburn is hereby dissolved, and
hereafter the business will be carried on by
and in the name of Redburn & White, who
will collect all bills and pay all debts of
the firm of Morse & Redburn to date.
Will T. Rhhuurn.
Found Estray 1
One horse with saddle, no bridle on.
Owner can have same by proving property
and paying expenses. Apply to
Mrs. J. II. Bekcher,
13th St., bet. Wash. Ave and Walnut.
Liver diseases, headache, and constipa
tion, caused by bad digestion, quickly cured
by Brown's Iron Bitters.
ICE! ICE!! . .
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and office is at present a t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will be
tilled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day,
Mr. Joseph Roneker is low established
in his new quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington avenue, and
invites his friends t3 call on him. lnio.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in these coinmns, ten rants per lino,
saeh I nsertlon and whether marked or not, if calcu
ltod to fownrd any man's business Interest are
always paid for.
Soo notice in special locals of fine
farm for side.
The Ohio election will have a powerful
effect upon the Illinois election in Novem
ber. An unknown man was 'run over and
killed on the Cairo Short line near Reed's
To-day the young people of tho Pres
byterian church will give their sociablo at
the residenco of Mrs. J. M. Lansden.
For Sale. Two lotson Cedar streetf
between 12th and 13th sts. Apply to E.
Martin Gannon, Mat Liuner and Peter
Golden were cached fined one dollar and
cost for drunkenness yesterday, by Magis-
About fifty more flat cars for the Great
Cotton Belt Route arrived in the Illinois
Central yard yesterday for resliipment to
Tho mm Chris. Ltngtrim, who was
stabbed on tho steamer Arkansas City Mon
day, was much improved yesterday, and
will very likely recover.
Mr. Jeff Clark bus draped tho front of
his establishment on Washington avenue
in deep mourning in respect to tho memory
of the Republican party in Ohio.
Mr. W. C. McCutchen, of Paducah,
has opened a grocery store on Eighth street
where Mr. II. Block's shoo store formerly
Mr. F. Korsmeyer is having his store
at tho corner of Sixth street and Ohio levee
straightened up and repaired. It was
leaning toward tho street.
The freezing tank of the Cairo Distilled
Water Ice company is to be forty-threo by
twenty-two feet iu dimension and have a
capacity for forty five or fifty tons of ice.
Mr. aud Mrs. Bayley aro rejoicing over
their first baby; a lino boy born last Mon
day morninu. Mrs. Bayley is a sister of
Mrs. II. II. Candec.
Tho very latest wedding and ball pro
gram mo stationery; also New Year cards,
worth $7.00 to f 15.00 the dozen cards
may be seen at The Bulletin job oflice.lJt
A colored man namod Bary Cambell
dislocated his shoulder while asleep Tues
day night, simply by throwing his arm
over his head. Dr. Parker was called upon
to reset it.
Miss Lizzie Auwaerter of Fort Madi
son, Iowa, arrived in tho city ycsterdi.y
morning by tho I. C. R. R. train. She will
remain several weeks visiting the family
her uncle, Mr. J. Lehning.
Five drops of tho oil of cubebs upon a
piece of loaf sugar, dissolved gradually in
the mouth, will instantly relievo tho most
troublesomo paroxysm of coughing, or tho
irritation of Bronchitis.
Of tho 120 arrests made in this city
during last mouth, 49 were for intoxication
45 for disorderly conduct, 7 for carrying
concealed weapons, 0 for vagrancy, 4 for
larcency and 0 for various offenses
Esquire Osborn expects toeroct soon a
frame building near his present offico on
Commercial avenuo abovo Twentieth street.
He expects to move his justice olllco into
tho new building and use tho old one for a
cigar and tobacco storo .
Only a half dozen of those plush
card cases, with cord, left ; 50 printod cards
,th CHIi0 that may lie tuodM a port
monttu card case, only 3.00. Ladios
should call and seo thorn at Tins Bulletin
job ofllce. 8t
-Messrs. Muun Bros., are moving their
stock of dry-goods and furnishing goods
from the old stand near the corner of
Eighteenth street and Commercial avonuo,
Xq tho brick building at tho oorncr of Sixth
In a letter received by Mr. HarryWalk
er yesterday from Prof. Goss, the writer
says that he has loft Centralis with his sis
ter, Mrs. Turley, and gone to Minnesota for
a short sojourn; but intimates that ho will
bo ablota return soon.
Tho framo building of Mr. C. Ilalley,
which formerly stood at the corner of
Eighteenth and Commercial avenu but has
been removed to'above Twentieth Btrcet, is
being transformed into a neat, comfortable
See a woman in another column, near
Specr's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wino is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho uso of invalids' weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by DruggisU.
Mr. A. Ilalley, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Seventh street, has received a lot
of scrapers for levee work. They are of the
best quality, and Mr. Ilalley offers them at
reasonable prices. Tho attention of those
having work on tho city's levee is catled to
this announcement. tt
Tho large two story frame building at
the corner of Twenty -seventh street and
Commercial avenue, which is being built
for Mr. Matthew Walsh, is nearly finished
and will probably be occupied as a grocery
store by one of our popular young business
Ella Davis, a necrcss, was occupying
one of Mr. II. A. Hanuon's houses and she
had failed for some time to pay rent. Some
days ago she was arrested and jailed for
some offense against the city ordinance, and
Mr. Ilannon took possession of his house.
She "got out" yesterday and made her way
into the house by a window. Mr. Ilannon
and assistant put her out with some dif
ficulty, and she was arrested and fined ten
dollars and costs for disorderly conduct.
Sparta Plaindealer: "Tho time has
gone by when a man or a paper can be
read out of the Republican party on nc
count of Prohibition principles. The
Plaindealer Iihs declared for Prohibition
and holds that it is just as much Repub
licans as papers which pander to tho liquor
selling interest. We hold that a man is a
better Republican for being a Prohibition."
But we don't seo Mr. McCartney's name
at tho head of tho Plaindcaler's editorial
Our motto is good printing, No. 1
quality of paper in all cases and prices the
lowest at which good stock can bo fur
nished. We carry the largest stock and
greatest variety of paper, &c. to bo found
outside of St. Louis. " Call and see for
An accident occurred to a passenger
train on tho L. and N. railroad on Monday
night about half-past 9 o'clock near Ashley,
not far from Belleville. Tho train which
left East St. Louis at 7 :30 o'clock on Mon
day evening ran into a drove of cattle, and
by which tho train was ditched. The lire-
mini, named Joseph B iswell, in attempting
to jump from the engine, was precipitated
beneath the locomotive as it turned over on
i 1 4 side, and was crushed to death. The
cars wereb'idly wrecked, and several of tho
passengers mure or less cut and bruised. One
f them had one of his legs so badly crushed
that it had to bo amputated Tuesday.
Eight of the cattlo were killed and it is
stated that the only wonder is that there was
not a greater loss of life.
-Tho Lambert and Richardson Dramatic
company made u lino impression upon the
Springfield people, judging from tho fol
lowing clippings: In view of tho pro
nounced success with which the company
met, Mr. Chatteiton decided to induce the
management, if possible, to prolong its en
gagement, and tho play-going public will
learn with pleasuro that ho was succesful
in his endeavor, The company will appear
on Monday oight, when "Tho Banker's
Daughter" will bo repeated. The attrac
tion will bo a fine ono. State Regester.
The troupe open at tho opera house Friday
evening with tho "Danites," Saturday p. m.
matineo "Banker's Daughter," Saturday
7 pound Royal; 0 ami 7 pound Packet;
5 and (J pound Commercial, and 5 pound
Demy note- heads; 10 and 12 pound letter
heads, ulso a full Htockof pure Irish linen
letter utid note-heads and ruled pap',- of
all kinds, at The Bulletin job, ofllce,
)hio Levee; tho only round holo perforating
machine in Southern Illinois. 3t
From a recent report of tlm secretary
of tho state board of health it appears that
of the total 78,090 immigrants who have ar
rived in or passed through this district
since tho 1st day of Juno, nearly 14,000
were susceptible to small-pox and capable
of conveying hip' ; ropogating tho contagion
throughout tho vast region ol the northwest.
It would seem that tho service is not only
a protection to Illinois, but to tho entiro
westeru region beyond, north to Minnesota
and south to Toxas. Of 0,783 immigrants
who sought to cross tho Mississippi river at
St. Louis, 843 were susceptible to contagion
and were ordered to be vaccinated. During
tho season nine cases of small-pox and
varioloid have been detcctod and removed
from trains before reaching tho stato, and
within threo woeki ono case way removed
to tho Chicago small-pox hospital by tho
inspector, and four others were properly
cared for by tho St. inspector. Tho former
patient was destined for Ncenah, Wis., and
tho latter (a party ot Bohemians) for Mis
Tho outgoing train from Belleville on
tho I. & St. L. road Monday night 7 o'clock
met with an accident very similar to tho
ono that occurred to No. 51 on tho Louis-
vlllo & Nashville road. While it was
rounding a curve at a high rate ot speed
near Pana, III., tho engineer saw a cow
sleeping on tho track a short distance ahead
of, him. Ho blew tho whistle and en
deavored to check up suddenly, but his
engine struck tho animal with great force,
notwithstanding his efforts to evade the
calamity. Tho engine jumped tho track
and went over tho embankment, carrying
with it two baggago cars. Seeing his peril
tho fireman attempted to jump, but fell
uoder tho engine and was crushed to death
in au instant. Tho name of the fireman
killed was Charley Leiburn. Tho accident
caused great excitment among the passen
gers ami delayed all tho trains on the road,
but tho passengers escaped very luckily,
considering that a portion of tho train weut
over an embankment on tho road at a very
Ono of tho tendencies, and a very
naturalono, of the Prohibition agitation has
been to mix religion with politics, induce
religious organizations to forgot on) of the
cardinal principles of our government,
which is tho complete separation of church
and state. Church councils and ministers
of different denominations have subatitued
the stumps for the pulpit, politics for moral
teachings, have ceased to tell people "how
to live" and are delivering themselves of re
solutions ami harangues upon "how to vote."
The Methodist conferences in different
parts of this and other states hava passed
resolutions pledging themselves to votP
only for men of certain opinions upon a
certain branch of industry and interstate
commerce. And- prompted by this action
of Methodists, Catholic councils in several
parts of the country have resolved to sup
port only such men for public office, who
will favor the establishment of Catholic
schools for Catholic children, with the
public school taxes collected from Catholic
parents, And who will say that
the latter are not right if the
former are. This direct interference of the
church with politics and government is
dangerous, for there is no telling where it
may end. When wo are told that this agita
tion has not only for its object tho suppres
sion of a certain article of commerce, but
that it involves a moral principle and has
for its real, ultimate object the eradication
ot certain bad habits of life aud the control
of man's appeptite, wo may say that Catho
lics have at least an equally good reason
for their agitation. They also believe that
a great moral principle is involved in their
agitation, and their ultimate object is to
cradicato certain religious heresies and to
gain control of the moral training of their
children. To both these excuses it must
be said that the objects sought are beyond
tliHegitimtite purposes of government gen
erally, beyond tbo power of a government
like ours even to undertake to accomplish.
When a government attempts to regulate
tho habits of its citizens with respect to the
effects such habits hive upon the physical
ami moral being of the individual, it
violates the object for which it exists and
usurps the authority of the church. Gov
ernment has no right to invado cither di
rectly or indirectly, the homes of its citizens
to prescribe rules for the government of tho
nppctites of thoir inmates. There was a
time in Prussia, before the empire, under
"Unser Fritz," when tho importation and
une of coffeo was prohibited in that state.
And the officers of the government, in
cluding Old "Fritz" himself, disguised,
would make it a rule to euler tho homes of
citizens, and confidentially ask for a cup of
coffee ami a piece of "schwartzbrodt," only
for tho purpose of informing against them.
The poor but hospitable tenants
wou'd lower the curtains, lock the
doors, take a small key from
a secret pocket in thoir nelher garments,
sneak caucionsly to some secluded coiner
ef the house, open a secret door in tho wall
and bring for tho "prohibited" article, only
to bo themselves taken into custody and
imprisoned. If wo admit the right of
government to tell the many that they
shall not drink liquors, because tho abuse
thereof has made tho few drunkards, then
we admit the right of government to pro
vent the many from eating pio, because tho
abuse thereof has made tho few dyspeptics.
Tho principle is tho same; tho right to do
one implies tho right to do tho other, and
there is no telling what a government may
do under tho protonBO of protecting morals.
But a government such as ours, based upon
tho greut principles ot personal liberty
enunciated in tho Declarations of Indepen
dence and other historical documents, can
not consistently interfere in these things.
Miss Phillis Howard is at homo again
alter an absence of some timo to Hodges
Park, this county, teaching school.
' Alderman Blako loft yesterday morning
for Lynn, Mass., to bo gonu several weeks.
Miss Rida Corlis left on tho steamer
Fowlor Tuesday afternoon for Metropolis,
on a visit.
Esquire O. A. Osborn expects a visit from
his sistor, Mrs. Squiro, of Boston, Mass.
tit) has not seen her for forty-five yean.
Mr. W. F. Gilbert left for Nashville, III.,
yesterday afternoon to give attention to
somo law casos thoro.
TO OUR LADY FRIENDS.
We havo secured tho agoncy for Ball's
Self-adjusting Corset, every ono of which
weguaranteo perfectly satisfactory, in every
respect, to its wearer. Wo invito you to
try it, and after such trial, if not found juut
as represented, wo will cheerfully refund
your money. Also a new and full lino of
For sale by Mr3. S. Williamson, dealer
in millinery, fancy goods and notions, 7th
street, ono door from Com'l ava., Cairo, 111.
CARD OF THANKS.
To the many citizen's and ladies' of this
city who assisted us during tho lato illness
of my beloved wife Risona Lehning and
especially to Mrs. Nat Frouty who was
very kind in lending us a helping hand
during her Illiness; we return our sincere
thanks. Jacob Lehnino and Family.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE ON PURE
Tho President and a Commitieo from the
Farmer's Club, of tho American Institute,
have visited Speer's Vineyards and Wino
Cellars, and they report that the Port Grapo
Wine of Alfred Specr, of New Jersey, is tho
most reliable wine to be obtained. It is
now being used by Physicians who aro the
most choice in the selection of wines for
convalescent patients. Tho principal hos
pitals in New York have adopted this wine.
It is for sale by Paul Sehuh. lnio
Although the results of tho Ohio election
of Tuesday were not alloffkially announced
yesterday, enough was known to estimate
that it was in favorof the Democrats in
the neighborhood of thirty thousand.
Dispatches in the St. Louis papers, received
as late as 8 o'clock yesterday mornintr, put
the Democratic majority at from fifteen to
twenty thousand, but a dispatch received
here later in tho forenoon from Captain
Phillips at Chicago, made the Democratic
majority an even 30,000. No ottier dis
patches were received here, which in any
way confirmed this one.
Tho gains ami loses reported are based
upon a comparison with the vote for gov
ernor in 1881, when the Republican ma
jority was 24,300. There are 1,978 precincts
in the state. L
Ileturns from 200 precincts ami wards
showed a net Democratic gain of 4,250.
Throe hundred and sixty two precincts
and wards showed a net Democratic gain
Four hundred and forty precincts showed
a net Democratic gain of 8,038.
Five hundred and forty-five precincts and
wards showed a net Democratic gain of
The reports received were from all parts
of the stato and indicated a general Demo
cratic gain. In tho cities of Cincinnati,
Columbus, Cleveland and Toledo the Dem
ocratic gains are large.
Returns from 641 precincts showed a net
Democratic gain ot 14,428. This indicated
a Democratic majority of over 10,000 in the
The principal gains, will of course, come
from the large cities, Cincinnati, Colum
bus, Cleveland and Toledo.
Speculation as to tho cause of this popu
lar political revolution is as yet hardly in
order, but it is safe to say that they were
several a combination of circumstances.
Tho Prohibition legislation inaugurated re
cently by tho Republican party has had a
strong effect in the lanje cities. But tho
bossism, the centralization and the monopo
ly legislation of tho party, each contributed
its share to the brilliant defeat. Such
awakenings of tho people certainly re
freshing and are a warning to tho corrupt
political ringsters who havo mismanaged
tho people's affairs so long, that they aro
being watched, that tho people still take
somo interest in public affair, and will put
a stop to ring rule and corruption sooner or
later. Tho dispatches do not say whether
Keiter was defeated or not. But bo that as
it may, he, by his arbitary rulings as
speaker of tho federal house, aud his out
rageous arrangement of the committees, in
which ho substituted all tho most notorious
tricksters or mere political ninnies for
many of tho great leaders of both parties,
ho thereby doubtless contributed his full
share toward this great revolution in his
state. It is evideut that tho Republican
party has fulfilled its mission; it has been
held in power for several years back only
by the efforts of a few bosses with their
corruption funds and their army of helpless,
ollico-holding tools. Tho people ot Ohio
will bo followed by the peoplo of Pennsyl
nia, New York and Illinois, and tho party
of centralization and imperialism, of exces
sive taxation and extravagance, of war pro
tection and monopolies, ot corruption,, job
bory and hypocrisy, with its Camcrotis, Dor-
seys, Robesons, Kielers, and Jayhubbells,
will be relegated to tho obscurity of a
Coal Oil or Petroleum may bo very nice
for illuminating or lubrication purpose.
but surely it is not tho proper thing to euro
a cough with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is
looked upon as tho standard cough remedy,
Youno and middle aged men suffering
irom nervous ueoiuty, premature old age,
loss of memory, and kindred symptoms.
should send three stamps for Part VII of
pamphlets issued by World's Dispensary
aieaicai Association, uuuaio, n. x.
NEW A.I) V F.BTIHEM KNTH.
Notleos la this column three Hues or luss ttirnnta
one Insertion or $1.0) u t week.
PJIES1 YTEIil AN SOCIABLE.
The Young Ladles of The
win uivu a Sociablo
THURSDAY EVKXING, OCT. 12TJI
At tho Iteeldmico of
MB, JOHN" M. LAN8UEN.
A Cordial luvltatlou is Kxtendud to Every One.
WANrKD -AnaKcntlnthls vicinity, to soli
Watches on installment plan. Liberal terms
lotherlKht parly. Address Heorutary Merrlmao
wumiujr, iinvi-riuii, .nass. ul-o-O-Q.
A NO. ON K KKKUYMOAT FOi HALK.-112
O'et lODir. l!S fuot, hi'Rrii will rrr .1.1.,,,,.
horse waifous. frlce four thousand dollars For
information aildoa V. A. C'ADK,
Olflm Luhvuii worth Kanmia
IfORHALK. Illanks, fhattiil Morgata, Special
w srraiily and Warranty Dioila at tbu Bulletin
,loh(.nire7S Ohio I.hvco
T l l'HINTin nvpifiirii u. ..... . ,
stock of a:w, No. 1 "M" nes that wo will sell to
i-rimnrs omy, m i or not HiKt tbau two ri'arnH. at
$-' lOpnrruani cash. Address E A. Harnett, Bui
AN 8 er 10 horse power nprlht engine, In good
couditlon, and Vi foot horizontal 2 flue boilers,
with all the valvt's, pipes, new heater, drive well
wstcrtaHk. etc., now smoke slack all comploto,
price 1M. Address K. A Burnett, Cairo, III. If.
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Ono Niuht Only.
The Southern Star, Qneun of Comedy
BMpportcd by a Ktrong and Hpeclallv Selected
Company L'niltT the Direction "of
JOHN II. IIAVLIN.
In Chas. K. Callahan's Romantic Play, Illustrative
c,f W estern i'afhos. Humor and Advcn
' tore. Kullt',i;d
l'mduced with tbo original cerwry aid effufts as
11'ud during the successful run at I'urk Theatre,
Sale of rmerved seats becln on Wednesday. No
adranco In price of .admission.
two mams and mattixee
Friday&Siiturday.Oct. 13 & U
Aud Saturday Mattinee.
Bugiicment of the Celebrated Emotional
Supported by the Fatorlte Commedlan
a . 1)
Lambert A Richardson's Superb Combination
520 - Firetclnss Artists 20
The Leading Metropolitan Theatres.
The only completo Dramatic Company (carrying
their owa silver band and Orchestral.
FitlDAY NIOIir - - "DANITKS"
Saturday Multinee - "The Hauler's Daughter"
Saturday Night "Lemons"
OUjSERVE THE PRICKS.
7!ic, 5)c and 2c, no extra for reserved scats.
Now on sals at llartman's Ma'.tlnee prices: V)
cents aud 2 cents; children cents.
JAMES KELCII& CO.
H. T. GEKOULI) AND
U. P. N E W L A N D.
AND (IAS FITTERS, .
DRIVE WELLS, FORUB AND
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND ITT
UP IN A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, (US FIX
TURES Of all kinds furnished to order, old fixtures ro
bronzed; Jobbing promptly attended to. Orders
received at Daniel tia tman'a or at tho shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETII AND TENTH STREETS,
CAlItO .... ILLS.
OAI KO, ILLINOIS,
FLOU. GRAIN AND HA
Egyptian Flouring Mills
HhrhetitCatih Trice Paid for Wheat.
D Stoves X)
B , B
8 Tinware. 8