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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1882.
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01U1AL PAPER UP CITY AND COUNTY
Mr. li. FITZGERALD authorize no to an
nnuure ulm aa acandldnw for re-election to the
olHce of CoruuiT of Alexander county at the cow
I ng November election,
Wo are aat riorlKil to announce that Mrs. P. A
Taylor ah Independent candidate for re-election
to iheolllce of iiounty Superintendent of public In
fit ructiuiiH. anhjt'ct to the declalou of the voters of
Wc are autlmri-'od to announce that Mra I.. C,
Ollllt.i, ol The boa, i a candidate for the olllco of
County Superintendent of School at the eusuluy
W arc authorised to announce thut Mr. SAMU
EL J. 11UMM will be an Independent candidate
for the office of County Clerk at the coming Novem
We are authorized' to announce that TIIOtfAS
J. I'KAIG, ol HimIl'ch Park, la a candidate lor the
orHcecii Conntv C'ommlH?iouer at the enfuinu No
vember election .
We are authorized, to Ut that Mr. J . II. MCI.
CAUKY, ol Commercial t'oiut. will bo a candi
date for County Cominlralonvr at the coming No
V a'ltlwri.-' l 10 announce that R. A. D.
YILIiASKS, of Jefferson county, U a candidate
for Cli'r oftun A;) dial ) t'ourt in the Fourth
Liivioinn of llllnolfi. aubject to the decision of a
cauvuution of lUu Democratic puny
We are "authorized to announco Mr. JOHN
nuDULS aa a candidate for fhenQ' of Alexander
COL'NT T JCIXX.
Ed. llulletln: I'lcnaeaiinounco my name aa the
Candidate of Hie l0)la for the otllce of Conutv
Ju'Il'D at tli" November election. Jl'SITS K.
CUNNING 11 KM.
We rc anthnrused to auuouucu thu name of
WALTER WAKJKKaa a candidate for ttto olUce
of County JiuUii of Alexander County.
We am am horUed to announce Justice JOHN
II. KUHINSUN an an independent candidate for
County. I'ldge at the coming "Novenmer election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. MILES V.
I'A UK I'.K aa au Independent candidate for treac
urer of Al.'xaiider county at the coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notfes tii ttiii" column, ei(Ht cents per line for
Bret aud five cent pur lino each subnequent Inaor
Hon. Fur ouu wuvk, 3d cenu per line. For one
li onth, HO cent per line.
Electro Vapor and Melicated Bath,
a sure cure for Chills and Fever, Rheuma
tism, Catarrh, Neuralgia, aud all skin dis
eases aud blood poisons.
I will givo Medicated Baths on Wednes
days and Saturdays. Boom over Taber's.
W. II. Mabkan, M.D.
Fine farm lr sale, contains; one hun
dred ami seventy acres. Will sell on lonj,r
time at low per cent. Further particulars
inquire at Bulletin oflico.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
A Fine Barber Shop.
Win. Alhti, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes are musters in the trade,
whose razors are always smooth and keen.
His establishment is large enough to
meet any demand upon it without any tire
some waiting; and bis patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work.
Jive him a trial.
The Pt OiEce saloon by Joe Boneker
is or; of the coolest", quietest, neatest and
b--r supjiiied resorts in the city. lmo.
50c. per Can,
. t DeBinn'g.
OM Xcljin-rj Cantincs Wanted
fct Rtcnie'a new foundry for which the
t -if pr.i will b-j pai-1 in cash.
Ckii I . 'j I Ohio Levee.
i JOHN T. Kk.NNIK.
it cuk:t u LktUuu's .', Ohio levee.
Us Thk Caiko Bcu-fciis perforated
cratch-book, ma-la of calendered jute
tauilit, equally good for ink or pencil. For
f .e, in three sizes, at the office. .No, 2 and
:i. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen, special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Don't (ail to Btop at Joe Boneke'rs
Post Otllce saloon for refieshments ol the
lieht sort. lmo.
Bcceipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for itale at the Cairo Bulletin
at DelliUuV, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
tabs excursion tickets t all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota mid Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Sproat's Retail Ice. Box.
CouHumois of Ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street iu Cunditr Btore where
ice in auv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember thut
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
Just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Wanted Immediately six cooper's toumko
oil barrels, staves jointed and boads circled.
25 cents paid for making. Apply at once
to IIarky M. Uaspeii,
4t Littlu Bock, Ark.
ICKt ICE 11
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Lovco, my
ice houso and oilku is nt present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and Oth Btrcets. Orders will be
filled samp as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Mr. Joseph Boneker is r.ow established
in his new quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street aud Washington avenue, and
Invites his friends to call on linn. lmo.
Wanted Men and Teams.
Five hundred station men and 200 goo. I
scraper teams on Kansas City, Springfield
and Memphis railroad. Material is a mix
ture of clay and sand. Prtco of station
work, 13 to 10c per yard; teams, 81.00 per
day; teamsters, $20 per month and board.
Apply to P. Mockler, Bailroad House, or to
Commercial avenue, between 5tli and (ith,
Coiro, III. Betuune, Smith & Co.,
Post office, Jonesho, Ark.
Republican Committee Meeting.
The tnea'bers of the Alexander county
Bepublican central committee are requested
to meet at the office of C. N. Iluuhes in
Cairo, on Fridtv, October 20th, 1S82, at 1
o'clock p. in., for the purpos" of transact
ing such business as may properly come
before them. A full attendance is reques
ted. Bepublicans not members of the
committee arc invited. C. N. IicunES,
W. E. Ewen, Chairman.
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers on Tenth street. All
manner of blacksmithing ami wagon work
lone to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. tf
A regular meeting of the Cairo Chapter,
No. 71 will be held this evening. All
companions are invited. By order of the
High Priest. . It
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thee common. n cent." ler line,
" Inxertion and whether tnsrke.l or not. if cak'U-
lnted to foward any rmn'a biiiines interest are
al wy-paid for.
The Methodist Mutuil Aid society U
to meet in the Methodist church t night.
Kissing through the telephone is the
way it is done in Paducah. S gays the
Mr. Samuel C. Divis, a pioneer dry
goods merchant of St. Louis, died at Bos
Mr. P. Power's has opened a new
blacksmith shop on Tenth street. See notice
in special locals.
Prof. Storer'rt orchestra furnished tho
music nt tho opera house last night, and
did it well.
There will be no further services in the
Methodist church until after the contem
plated improvement in the church shall
have been completed
Prof. Hedley, under whoso auspices a
balloon ascension was made hero recently,
returned to tho city yesterday after having
visited numerous fairs in the north. He
will go south from here.
President Clark, of the Singer Sewing
Machine company, died at New York city
yesterday morning, and in respect to his
memory tho works of the company here
were not in operation.
One case of conccalad weapons war
tried in Magistrate Coming's court yester
day, and the prisoner was fined twenty-five
dollars and costs.
Stafford's and Sanford's Inks, also the
Springfield (Miss.) Writing Fluid, at
wholesale and retail, at Schuh's drug store.
There arc nearly three hundred Ger
man voters in Cairo aud all but about fif
teen of them will vote the Democratic tick
et in November next.
Parties wanting road scrupcrs will do
well by calling on A. Halb'y, as he hasjust
got iu a largo lot. lx
-Persons who change their residence
from ward or precinct to another after this
will not be entitled to vote at tho November
Lot of Feather Dusters just received
and for sale at Paul O. Schuh's drug store,
either by the piece or by tho dozen,
The article upon "the legislative out
look" which appears elsewhere, being from
the pencil of Hon. J. H. Oberly, chairman
of theitUtc Democratic central committee,
may be looked upon as reliable.
Fred Koehler's marke house, nt the
corner of Twenty-ninth street and Commer
cial uvenue is npen and is doing a riihhing
business already. Everything kept in a
well regulated market maybe had there.
The Presbyterian' church is also to bo
improved internally. Anew carpet is to
bo laid, which has already been procured,
and the organ which has not been In use
for some weeks because of some disorder, is
to be put in order again.
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. Wo carry the largest stock and
greatest variety of paper, Jsc. to bo found
outsid.; of St. Louis. Call and sco for
Tho puddling trench at tho "pot where
the curb lias been sunk, is now about twenty-two
feet deep, and there has been no
sign of soil or clay has yet been discovered.
Water continues to bubble up almost as
fast as it can bo dippod out, although the
river is not less than ten feet below tho
bottom of the curb. It is probable that
the work will bo abandoned if clay is no,
7 pound Boyal;G and 7 pound Packet;
r aud 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 kicds, at Tun Bulletin job office,
Ohio Levee; the only round hole perforating
machine in Southern Illinois. lit
Only a halt dozen of those plush
card cases, with cord, left; 50 printed cards
with case that may bo used as a port
monau or card case, only $2.00. Ladies
should call aud see them at The Bulletin
job office. 3t
The Bepublican county central com
in it tee by notice in another column are re
quested to meet at the office of the chair
man, Mr. C. N. Hughes, on next Friday at
1 p. in., for the transaction of business, and
a full attendance is desired.
A young negro named Frank Wilson,
who was caught throwing rocks at the Be
publican meeting on Tenth street Saturday
night, was tried by Magistrate Comings
yesterday, and fined ten dollars and co.sts.
Ou his way toj iil ho became very obstrep
erous aud noisy, making every effort to free
himself, from the officers, and screaming at
the top of his voice. He was safely lodged
in jail, however. He is a Jefferson City,
Mo., dtrkey, and is a hard case.
Frank Jenkins keeps a saloon at the
corner of Fourth street and Commercial
avenue. Yes.erJay morning he got into n
quarrel with another negro, one Webb
McKenny, it is said, and the latter picked
up a chair and sought to strike him over the
head. Jenkins threw up his arm and the
blow fell upon it with such force as to
break it between the elbow and the wrist
The wound was a compound fr&cturo ami
the flesh alone held the arm together. Dr.
Parker gave Jenkirt's surgical attention.
The assaulter had not been captured lat
Judge D. J. Biker convened circuit
court yesterday morning. A jury wis im
pmnelled, and the drat ca.se of any im
portance ukea up wa thit of the People
vs. the Wab&ah railroad company. The
late grand jury foun 1 aa indictment ag-tiust
tbe company tor mv.nuiaing its Commer
cial aveme trickj in a coalition so as to
be aa obstruction to the street. A number
o" witnesses were ex imbed, but the case
was not concluded when the court adjourn
ed. It is likely that a grand jury will he
appointed in order to indict some of the
criminal prisoners in the county jail, so as
to permit their 'trial at this term of court.
The opera house was visited by a good
sized audit nco last night to witness the
presentation of "Foggs Ferry" by the Min
nie Maddern company. The weather kept
many away, but the dress circle and the
purquetto circle were well filled.
To sty that the audience
was delighted with the entire
performance is to draw it too mildly. The
piece is one of deep interest throughout.
The plot is deep and tho presentation was
powerful. The performers all did credit
to themselves, particularly Minnie Mad
dern, as "Chip," who was tho recipient of
frequent hearty applause. The
steamboat scene was particularly fine and
as natural us could be. It was wildly ap
plauded. Tho verdict of the entire audi
ence was that the company is ono of the
finest that ever appeared upon the Opera
A large two-story framo building on
Tenth street, near Walnut street, belonging
to Mrs. Mary Nisbet, was destroyed by fire
early yesterday morning. Tho alarm was
given about four o'clock, but not in
time to give the lire department a chance
to bo on hand in time to save tho building
Another small frame standing near it was
also considerably damaged and a wood
shed of Mr. W. C. Mulkey'a and tho resi
dence of Mr. James Kinnear received slight
damages. Tho first numud houso was the
property of Mrs. Mary Nisbet and was oc
cupied by Mrs. Nisbet, Mrs. Stansbery and
by two families named Stroude and Barry.
The fire resulted from a defective fluo iu tho
part occupied by the last named family
But little of the household go, ids ot any
of the occupants of this house were saved.
The houso was insured for ?00 in tho
Under wrilcr'sjcoinpnny of New York, ropm
scnted hero by Mr. C. N. HughcH. Tho
smaller building belonged to Mrs. Stanberry
and w as occupied by Mr. Mahiitl'oy, a car
penter. There was no iiiHuranco on this
house, the policy having expired several
months ago. Tim damage done to Mr,
Mulkey's and Mr. Kiuticar'a property is
covered by insurance.
Parties wunting road scrapers will do
well by calling on A. Halley, as ho has just
got in a largo lot. jx
Tho Highland (Madison Co.) Herald
(Bepublican) has forsaken tho Bepublican
state ticket and hoisted tho Democratic
ticket to the bead of its editorial column.
And commenting upon itt action its editor
says: "We desire to make no apology for
placing at our mast head to day tho entire
Democratic ticket, including all the nomi.
neesironi Maj. Orcudorfl to Dr. Youroo.
Iu doing so we, as an independent journal
do not desire it to be understood that by
this act wo necessarily indorse all tho Dem
ocratic party has done in the past-, nor do
wo pledge ourselves to stand in lino with it
in all its policy and principles for the fu
ture. Wo are considering what tho Demo
cratic party is to-day and in forming our
judgment and conclusion we are governed
by its record of the past, its platform nud
candidates of tho present, etc." It supports
Col. Morrison ns against General Kucfncr
for congress and does so with considerable
A meeting of Cairo Chapter, No.
71, is called for to-night, by order of tho
High Priest. See special locals.
DEATH OF MB. A. PHASER.
Since tho announcement that Mr. Alex.
Praser was stricken with paralysis Satur
day about noon, his condition and tho sad
atlliction of his family have been tho sub
ject of conversation ami regret by nearly
the entire community, and the announce
ment of his death ubout half-past twelve
o'clock yesterday was received with general
expressions of sympathy.
Mr. Praser lay iu a state ot semi-consciousness
from tho time he Was stricken
until the lat moment. For several hours
after be had been taken home he could
answer questions asked, but gradually he
lost the power of speech and could neither
eat nor move any portion of tho leftside of
his entire body. He seemed to bo in con
stant agony. He would strikeout violent
ly with bis right limbs and deep groans
proved that ho was in great pain. It was
with difficulty that several doses of medi
cine were administered to him. He would
sti I occasionally give sighs of recognition
to members of his family and friends w ho
were constantly gathered around him; but
the fatal termination of his affliction
seemed certain from beginning.
I i the death of Mr. Frazier, his family
loses a kind husband and father and the
community an exemplary, industrious citi
zen, and a mechanic of unusual ability. Mr.
Praser has been a citizen of Cairo almost
since the war, coming here from Mound
city ami going into the sheet iron und cop
pt miih bu.iness with Caption J. B. Ful
ton, his brother-in-law, who recently came
to a tragic death at the Anna Insane Asy
lum. The firm erected the brick building
a, the corner of Twelfth street and Ohio
levee and did business for several years.
At the end of this time, Mr. Fnzier en
gije 1 iu thf sheet iron and copper business
for himsvlf oa Commercial avenu', and has
be-a there evtr since. He un lerstvl his
trade thor-uly ati l-wu probib'.y the
hardest worker in the city. It over
work an 1 over-he::!!? which coatributeJ
principally to his suidea attack an-i de
mise. He wis lifting a heavy piece of racial
which he was bronzing at the forge; he
had lifted it twice, and at the thir l attempt
he fell, stricken with paralysis.
Mr. Fra.ier was in the fifty-fourth year
of hi n'c, h iving been born in Michigan, on
thelOlh diy of Jimnry. 1 820.
He w married at Madison, Indiana, to
Mrss Elizabeth L. Moirii, a Bister of Wil
liam J. Morris, of Stonefort, Illinois. His
wife and four children, Llewellyn, George,
William and Alexander, survive him, and
one son, Charlie, was drowned hcie a few
He was a member of the Odd Fellows,
Knights of the Gulden Rule and of tho
new organization, American Legion of
Honor. In the last two organizations he
Id policies on his life. His remains
will ho taken charge ot by the Odd Follows
nnd will be interred to-morrow.
Oeneral W. ('. Pavey is in tho city
Mr. Jacob Walter is back from Hot
f! iptain Thoiii is passed Sunday at The
Mr. Elmer E. Comings is now cashier
and bookeeper at tho New York store, in
stead of Mr, W. A. Winans recently re
signed. Miss Hattic Wheeler is back homo from
a visit east.
WHY NOT CAIBO.
The scietiflc American of tho Mtli irmt.
contains the following:
"Wanted. -Liberal inducements and facil
ities for locating lingo iron works. Address
Iron, Manchester, N. H."
There is probably no city in tho country
which could offer better and greater natural
nnd other facilities for lingo iron works
than Cairo could. Her close proximity to
inexhaustible supplies id' all the raw mate
rial used in tho manufacture of iron, her
eight railroads which will m ion bo increased
to ten, her two great rivers and her onliro
mfoty from overflows by these,
and her ' consequent unparralollcd
receiving and shipping facilities
all these lire inducements which commend
it to tho highest consideration of the gen
tleiiien who contemplate the establishment
of iron works in tho west. It may bo also
that the city or citizens could hold out
pecuniary inducements which would bo of
importance to the projectors. It might
prove of much benefit to tho city if acor-
respondent:!' were opouod by some of our
prominent citizens with the authors ot the
THE LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK.
There is a strong probability that the
Democrats will elect a majority of the next
houso of representatives of tho general as.
sembly, and a possibility that- thoy may
have A majory on joint ballot.
There are M of the 51 senatorial dis
tricts in which tho Republicans and Demo
crats together will have but three candi
dates for tho threo representatives. Of
these !M districts there are 19 Bepublican
and 10 Democratic. In each of tho 19
Bepublican districts the Republicans will
elect two (38), in each ot the Democratic
districts one (16)- a total of 51. In each of
tho 19 Republican districts tho Democrats
will elect one (19), and in each of tho six
teen Democratic districts two (152) a total
of 51. In tho sixteen remaining districts
both parties nominate two candidates, and
each will elect one, which adds sixteen
moro to tho number assured to each, which
makes tho count stand Republicans 70 ;
Democrats, 08. Theso members are
absolutely assured of election, and can only
be displaced by third party candidates, an
event which is more likely to displace Bo
publicnns than Democrats.
Thero remains yet third members in the
sixteen contested ditdricts, which really are
tho only element of doubt in the election.
Tho Democrats have assured sixtyw-cven
mcmbeiH and the Republicans seventy, wo
will have to capture the third nu mber in
ten of the districts in order to get a majoii
ty of one (77) in the bouse, or the Republi
c ins, to get a majority, will have to get
seven. Threo of the contested districts aro
Democratic the Twenty sixth (Peoria
county) with 000 plurality against Urlh ld;
Hie Thirty-eighth (.Macoupin and Morgan
counties) with 090 plurality against Gar
field and the forty -first (St. Clair county)
with thirty pluarality against Garfield.
There is not the slightest reason for believ
ing tho Democrats, will fail to handsomely
iucrcasn their majorities in all tliese dis
tricts, and it is safe to estimate the third
member in each of them as Democratic,'
which makes tho Democratic count seventy ;
There yet remains thirteen districts, all
Republican, in which the D;m craU arc
contesting for twomemlars. These distiicts
are as follows:
. Rep. Plurality.
jd-In Chicago 2.349
Oth In Chicago 2,!120
Oth In Chicago 1,7S0
15th Will county 1,973
22d Knrx and Fulton counties 1,9'J1
23d-La Salle county 0;u
29th Logan and Macon counties... 4".0
32 Coles and Edgar counties. . . . . . 117
41st Madisen county 317
42d Bond, Washington 142
44th -Clay. Wavne!
49th '- 4
51 st- 704
N.thwi.hstan ling the neavy majorities
in the Chicago districts, there are the Ix-it
pros-nets ot success. In the third, Judge
Bradwcll will probably run indt-pt-ndentf
and po'.l, oa he di 1 the last time he rai
independent, a heavy vote, almost in-
tir?ly Republican, when he came near being
elected. The Sixth district is the German
district, to aay whieh is sufficient. The
Ninth is also German, with two sets of Re
publican candidates in the field, and a
very bitter fight raging that will be carried
to the pdls. The Fifteenth is ronti lently
claimed by the local Democrats. The
Twenty-third will be curried by the lots to
the Republicans of both liquor and prohi
bition vote, the first going to the Democrats
and the second going to their own nominee
Faucett Plumb. The Twenty-ninth and
Thirty-second will bo carried by the same
causes as th'i Twenty-third. The Forty
lire t will bo carried by the liquor aud green
back votes being cast for tho Democratic
nominee and the Republican Prohibition
vote for their own nominee, Cyrus Happy.
Tho Forty-second is very close and tho
Democrats will overcome tho majority
through "off-year" can vs; and the same
causes are likely to carry the Forty fourth.
The Forty-ninth is debatable ground, with
chances in favor of the Democrats notwith
standing tint Republican majority. The
fifty-first is Yoiingblood's district, ho having
been endorsed by a third party.
Assuming miecess in all these districts,
tho Democrats will havo thirteen more
members, which added to their seventy
assured, makes eighty-three or mix more
than a majority. Now, if theso districts go
Democratic on representatives there is no
reason why they will not go democratic on
sonatina and elect the eight senators to bo
chosen in them. The Democrats have eight
hold over hi nators, and will elect ten in
tho conceded Democratic districts, a total
(with the possible gain of eight) of twenty
six, a majority of one, making the vote ou
joint ballot stand senators twenty-six; rep
resentatives, eighty-three; total, 109, or six
iiioio than a majority, leaving room for a
loi.s of six, and yet have a majority 103.
DkahBiio. M kick, 1.1). " Tho Central Meth
odist,,, Oiillettsdiirg, Ky. I sen iu tho last
"Central" that you want a remedy for sick
headache. If you v. ill use a remedy that
you advertise in your paper every week, I
am sure, you will bo greatly benefited there
by and I believe, cured. I have been a
sufferer from sick headache, I can say
from infancy, and havo tried every remedy
I could got, and never found anything to
do mo any good until I used Simmons Liver
Regulator. I feel for any ono that suffers
with that terrible disease and I hope you
will give it a trial.
O. S. Moiiiiis. Brownsville, W. Va.
The druggist who hesitates now is lost
for tho winter. He should sling together
some sweot oil nnd liquorice and bring out
his cough cure at once. Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup does not pay him enough profit.
Notices In tliii column thrue Unci or loin li5 cents
unuluMurtluu or $1 OJ pi r wct-k.
A NO ONE FEltltVIIOAT FOIl 8ALE.-11J
f'-et loiin, its 'unt hunint will carry ilxtuon two
home wiii(mi. I'rlca four tttoumi rid dollar! For
Infiiriimtluu ttdil t-M W. A. CADE,
0 IU lm Leuvvnwortti Karma.
8AI.K. ninnies. Cliitttit! Moruagei, Hpcclnl
Warranty and Wurraiity Dveda at tn Htillctin
Jot) iilllce TS ( li In l.cveu
T PRINTING OKFICKS-Wo havo a largo
atock of 84x:itl, No. 1 "M" iimn that wo will lull to
1 1 rin lorn only, in Iota of not him than tworama, at
4li pur ream cah. AddreaaE A. Iliiraett. liul
AN 8 ;10 ImrHH power toirlKtit enlno, In irood
condition, aud 1J (not horizontal i Huh boiler,
with all tho valvea, plpuu, new hiuter, drlvu well
watortHnt. etc., tm Hinokn utm-lc all complete,
pr'co aVS.jJ. Addroan II. A Harriott, Cairo, 111. tf.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth .street
F. HtlOSS, IWid.-nt.
II. WK1.1.S, collier.
P. Nftl'F, Vic I'fen'nt
T. J- Kerth, As'i cnnh
Dirori u m:
!' Hrrwa -. t'a'ro I William Kliite. ,1'alro
1'eur'Nolf .. William Wolf.... '
C, M (it-rluh " !;.(. I'atier "
E. A. Uudtr " I 11. Wei!
J. V. Clcmou, Caledonia.
AUKNEKA!. UANKtMi Ill'SIN 2S DoNE.
KicbaiiKO fold and bou.'ht. Intcrmi pild it
the Savlnija Department. Collection HUilu aud
all bnHuun promptly attended to.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK. CITY.
(iOOJ)SSOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. 1 AT J E 1 i &c CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth trrt I Pail" 111
t'ommerr!! Aveuou vcllIU 111
JAMES KELCII& CO.
IL T. GEI40ULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N D.
PlTJ MI3T; RS,
AXD GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WELLS, FORCE AND
LIFT PUMPS FI'RXISHED AND PUT
LP IX A WORKMANLIKE
MANNER, HAS FIX
TURES (it all K n 1 fnnNho 1 to ordor. o'd f.XtQrp re
hronzud; J iltlnz pr jrnp-If attended to. Order
o-celved at llitii,-! :ln Mnri or at the bop,
COMMEUCIAI. AVENUE BETWEKN
NINETII AND TENTH STREET1,
oa i no
fLOUI. (IRA IN AM) HAY
HlkThfNtCiwh Price Paid for Wheat.
THE KB'Jl'LAK 'AIH() AND FADUCAQ
STEAM 10 R
HKNKV K. TAYI.OK Muntot
OKI). JUDKS Work
I.eiiv.id Paducah for Cutrn datiy (Sunday except
ed)at t) a.m. and M"itnd (Jlty at 1 m. Ketnra.
till.', I. ! Cairo at I p. m. Mound. City at 6p.m.
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
i h; it if v uov-T
THREE teM&l STATES.
On and art.if MtmiUv, July Jl. hii 1 until further
nollti'.tlio forryhoat fliruo .-lutiM will run a uuur
a -niKHltiluon ttiu following time talilei
MV1I f.tUVK LIATi
(foot Fourth it. Mlm-ourlLand'K. Kentucky Ld g.
H::m a. m.
J;iki p. m.
7 ;i" a. tn.
7:1)0 a. m.
11 :M "
I.n a vii
KiNiiKourth t. Kontiicky Ld'K- Miourl Uud ir.
4:ii, in. 4:.'ii. m :I0 p.m.
Oo lat trip leaving KunturkT tandl na at 4 tUOo'clock
p. in., tbn boat will no tu Bird Polul, maklnir con
nw.Uou with V. Jk Mt. L. paa. tinier iralii for Cairo.
Klrattrlu aU: a. m. loavlun fUlro. Will connJCS
will T. A Ht. Ii. train loavlng Cairo.