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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER isss.
The Daily Bulletin.
Ni, lie i' in mm column, uikui conu per line for
(ml ami lv cenii lur liua tiach tubioqueiit lnaar-
iion, K.ir oito wuek. ixicunu per line. For one
month. aOcontl Pur Una
Prof. Mason's Classes.
The afternoon dancing class will be held
Wednesday tit three o'clock and Saturdays
at two o'clock.
The evenini; class will meet on Wcdues-
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aay ana friaay mgnii ai .00 uu.
uotnciasses win meet as msi jesr i iun
perance hull on 81I1 street, commencing
Wednesday the IDth of September. tf
Men Wanted !
50 hands a'uutoJ to work in timber, con
stant work, summer and winter. Call at or
address Three States Hotel. 3t
Saddle Hock Oysters at I)el3aun 56 Ohio
I have tor side, belmgin to the estate !
t n .. ... ; 1 i . ...1 'lilt tit
of Peter S'.oit:nburg, deceasea, JUo.UOO
burnt brick which I offer at a bargain in
lots to suit the nurchver; must be sold im-
uiedintely to clo.ie the account of the es-
will buy a irood meal cooked to order at
Do Bulla's, tf
The Cairo House
by J. Ii. Doering has moved into the com
modious brick building corner Commercial
avenue ami 15th street, where all old ami
new patrons w ill be welcomed and provided
with nrst-cuss accommodations. Ot
Music books bound at $2.00 pur volume
tf A. W. Pyatt, 77 Ohio Levee.
will buy a goo.i meal cooKei to oroor, at
A Urge number of men wanted to make
Btaves. Steady employment given from
now until next snriug. r un wages paiu.
Apply to J. McKay, Hector, Ark., or to
r arnbaker & Co., Cairo, Ills. tt
Kcstaurant and Oyster House,
New Blacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing shop has been open-
tn In Mr P Piiwi.ra .in Ti.nfli atrunt All
manner of bl'acksiuitbimr and wagon work
done to order. Repairing w5rk a specialty.
Work done promptly. tt
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
From Col. C. H. Mackey, DUd Iowa In
fantry: "To persons alllicted with Catarrh,
I would state that I have derived moro ben-
etit from Ely's Cream Halm thau anything
else I have ever tried. I have now been
using it for three months and am experi
encing no trouble from Catarrh whatever.
I have been a sufferer for t went v years. C.
II. Mackey, Sigmirney, Feby 23, 18S2.
bEK a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Speer's Port Grape wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho uso of invalid?, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nances in uie-e cuiuiuim. en corns per line,
larh urtlon and wnother marked or not. if ralcu
Uted 10 Tiward u mau a businesa Iniereti ara
always paid fur
Circuit coun convenes tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
Fresh oysters received at Winter Bro's.
Capt. X. B. Thistlewood returned yes
ttrday aftern'Mii, tr un his trip to Chicago,
Niagra Fi!s, X-w Y'rk and Chester. He
bad a nut trip an i enjoyed it,
"St jvew'K) 1, kindling and sawdust for
lale at ii ix Eactory Telephone 47." Ot
S :v-rl Ur'rj fishing and hunting par
ties are filing out to try their luck iti Cache
creek and b ittoiu today. Oaine and tish
are sti l to be plentiful there.
Fresh oysters received at Winter Bro's
Chief Myers has ha l a lamo poBt put
up on Filth street, .light in the heart of
"Pinch," which will aid the night officers
very materially in watching the troublesome
inhabitants of that neighborhood.
Chattel mortgage and waranteo deed
blanks, at Tiik Hu.uctin office. tf
Mr. H. C. L'lflin has been at borne on
several days this week, from bis long tour
of this internal revenue district, as United
States Gauer. lie will have several trips
yet to make before he can make a prolonged
stay at home again.
Wasted A whito girl to cook and do
geueral house work. Apply to Mrs. E. A
Burnett, 10th street. at
AunaTalk: "U, v. B. Y. George, of
Cairo, has been called to the pastorate of
the important Presbyterian church at
IiCWiston, III., uud expects to remove to
that place iu about a mouth. We heartily
congratulate both people and pahtm, and
eyinpathizo with Cairo in its loss."
Just received 200 latest new style of
piece goods, c iiuprising the finest imported
cansimerc, worsted, tricot, meltons, ker
ieyn and pilut cloth at greatly reduced
pricei. Ma le to order. J. P. Lehning&
Dro,, merchant tailors, 4th it Lcveo.tu&suO
In its account of the Sunday School
convention held at Auna a few days ago,
the Talk of that city refers several times
to citizens of Cairo, who t ink prominent
parts in tho convention, in tho following
manner: "Many of the Sunday School
wotkers of the county were present, aided
by B Y. George uud M. Easterday, presi-
dent of Second district, hoth of Cairo, and
and W. B. Jacouu, of Chicago, wll(hiu Bl"
cess can only bo known by hearing liim
talk."-And again: "Tito m-nintf and
closing BiWion of thu convention enjoytM
an eloouent and era ml address by Hev. H.
,,. . i,ir. vVation
. Ueorgo on 'What is the Moral titration
,.f aiu,i.,tv t ia,t.l ,v liistorv."
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Tint Bulletin Job OlFico yesterday
received an order for fifty thousand packet
notoand letter heads, heavy linen paper,
for one establishment; contract awarded on
bids aijaitist other cities, and thu largest or
tor for ,hat killj 0f work, ever sent to
I -Our people enjoy minstrel performances
and a good entertainment of that character,
always draws well. Wo expect to seo a full
house at the Opera House, Tuesday evening
next, when the Armstrong Brothers make
their best bow before a Cairo auditnee.
n r,.H(ir,i artN . n,,,!, at once.
110, 00 aim
-One rrror occurred in the item con-
n , ;.,,;.; in
li'WiuiLii: mo u. v. iuuva iu ?voui,t.uvi. ...
0 1 0
rruiays kclletin, nameiy mai n..
Smith returned with Special Agent l'mne
t0 tne Offico 0f Commissioner Candee, to
have vouchers signed for his (Smith's) ex
penses as a witness in the case. Paine re
turned alone for this purpose.
The last excursion over tho Illinois
Central to Chicago this year, will leave Cairo
next Tuesdav morniuL' at 2:20. The cars
will be all first-class and sleeping cars will
be ready for passengers at 8 o'clock Mon
day evening. The fare for round trip from
Cairo is only $7.50. For further particulars
inquire of J. II. Jones, ticket agent at
Indications were favorite yesterday,
according to report from the signal office,
for ft ci,an,,e 0f weather to-day or to night
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a lauv miu una sunlit, iu ... ,
19 much needed article on turms just
about this time. Everything is parching,
anj lure w;n be a great reduction iu crops
of every kind unless rain comes very soon
Bloomington Bulletin: "The Repub
licans in Iowa claim that they have all the
women and churches with them in their
fight this fall, and General Weaver declares
that all tho saloon-keepers are with them,
a they know that a Republican victory on
the present platform means practically free
whiskey. With such a triple alliance as
that indicated, the Republicans iu Iowa
ought to be able to "beat the Dutch."
Ground will be broken this week for
tho foundation of the Safford Memorial
Library Iiuildiug. The contracts for the
filling and for the building are all let and
Messrs. Lancaster & Rice are to
put up tho building for 1G,000, sub letting
the masonry and carpenter work, etc., to
contractors engaged in those lines of busi
ness, Mr. Fritz Sarbian has the contract
for tilling tho premises up to the grade ot
Washington avenue. The commencement
of work on this grand institution will be
an event of no small moment to the people
Tho house occupied by Mr. Thonias
Foster, at Dogtooth Bend in Lake Milligan
Precinct, was destroyed by fire Friday after
noon about 2 o'clock, together with nearly
all its contents. The house was owned by
Mrs. Ike Walder of tins city, was a very
substantial and comfortable residence and
worth from 2,.r)000 to 3,000 dollars, in
sured for 2,000. The contents belonged
to Mr. Foster and were valued at about
W, not insured. The cause of the fire is
not known. All members of the family
were in the field not far from the hou-e
when the fl unes suddenly broke forth, and
nothing could be done to stay them.
The city is full of beggars from all
parts of the country, all bound for some
other parts of the country without the
means for travelling expenses. A woman
named Crosshind came down lrom Stone
fort iu Johnson county yesterday and put
up at police headquarters. She was bound
tor Grenada, where she had relatives. An
oh) man has been making the roundsot the
city several times, calling on citizens for "a
dime or two" to buy something to eat. He
has made the rounds of the same neighbor
hood so often that the people are quite
well acquainted with him, and to the re
mark of one geutleinan yesterday that he
had given the same beggar money twice
before, that individual simply replied,
"That's the reason I come to you again."
Friday over ten thousand dollars were
paid out of the city's coffers to many citi
zens w ho had labored for the city iu vari
ous capacities. Over eight thousand dol
lars was on account of work on the citf's
new levee and was paid to laborers, resi
dents of tho city, who will uot hord it,
but will distribute it among
the grocers and dry goods and clothing
with whom they have had dealings. Proba
bly not a hundred dollars of all this ten
thousand will go out of the city ; but all
will ho distributed among thoso whoneod it
most. Here is a practical illustration of
Mayor Uallulay's remark, that "public im
provements that employ our idle laborers
and mechanics do not cost tho city at largo
anything;" and this illustration proves tho
remark entirely correct.
Iu tho last issue of tho Pulaski Patriot
Hon. J. P. Robarts bids adieu to tho read
ers of that paper ami the public, and with
draws from the proprietorship and editor
ship of tho paper. His reason for doing so
is, that bis duties as penitentiary commis
sioner require all his attention. Mr. Robarts
is succeeded by Messrs. Bradley & Ci i
Mr. Bradley is state's attorney
of Pulaski countv. a mau in
the prime of li0 un,) of more than ordinary
mental calibre, who has been connected
with the paper with Mr. Robarts for some
time, so that ho is liv no means lliexperi
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t'jr a little city like Mound City ami mere
can ue no u.iUDt that with oramy i
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helm and Singleton in tho rigging sho will
continue to sail as beautifully and HHluly
ami prosperously as ever she 010. ihh-i-
,1,, . . . . , ,.,-., fViiin
u.fiB, t, ,rKrei JWUarw O' I"
l... :.. ... 1 I ... I ! tl...f U.l IfMlIP
tut; uun-iuiiy nun wo oeuevu t"', "
m he n'tnina liii nr.w.,n q,.I,i nf health, it
will bo iniDossible to find a man who can
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in a.., ,1, may icavu f.
(lepaits. litis cannot, however, re con-
stiueti as a reflection on his successors, lor
they "fill the bill" very well hut, then, you
si'c thnrn nr,. ai.vrl nf tl.in.
negro name I Charles iserrj was
yesterday arrested upon a warrant sworn
out liy Mr. II. A. Hannon, charging him
u-ilh I'lnlu 7lin,r :l:t 7."i ,if Mr. Hanuon's
, .1 1... f
lie has been employe! ty -Mr.
riannon to work a team, belonging to tho
latter, on tho recent improvement ot New
l.evri! ftrri't. He ha I enteied the team as
his own, had drawn the money himself and
then snout it without consulting Mr. llan-
4 . ..,
non about it at all. When asked for the
monev. he simnlv answered, in a sort ot
"what are you-L'oiii'' to-do-aoout-it air,
that he hud sneiit it. Berry was exam
ined by Justice J. II. Robinson and held
to bail in the sum of 100, in default of
which the. court conituittcu him to the
county jail to await the action of the grand
At this morning's service in tho Pr.s
byterian church Rev. U. Y. George will call
a meeting of the congregation for Wed
uesday night and ask it then to concur iu
his request for ie!eae from his pastoral con
neetion with the church. Mr. George ex
pects to leave to-morrow for Lancaster,
Texas, to visit his parents, whom be has uot
seen for many years. Ho will return in
time to preach his lat sermon as pastor of
the church here Sunday after next. He will
then attend the meeting of the Presbytery
at Mt. Vernon ou the 2d ol October and re
turn here to preach and administer the holy
sacrcment on Sunday the 7th, after which
he will go to assuuic his duties as pastor of
the church at LewUton. Tho permanent
departure of Rev. George from this com
munity will be deeply regretted by all who
have formed his personal acquaintance or
even listened to his able sermons. The
Presbyterian pulpit hero will never be rilled
by au abler man, nor his place in Cairo
society by uone more highly and generally
esteemed. The people of Lewiston are to
They have a low place within the city
of Nashville, covering several hundred
acres, that is subject to overflow in flood
time, separating the city into two parts. An
effort is uow being made to raise it above
high-water mark and the newspaper pub.
hshed there, "The American," uses the fob
lowing arguments in favor of the movement,
which are similar to those that may be urg-
ed in favor of filling up in this city :
"The proposition to widen Xotth Sum
mer street and raise it above high-water
mark across the sulphur spring bottom
should uot be permitted to sleep. We are
told by real estate dealeis that property in
the northern part of the city that is,
vacant territory is cheaper than elsewhere
iu thu city, and it is for no other reason
of the bieuial inaccessibility by reason of the
biennial overflows. It is undoubtedly the
highest an moat healthful portion ol the
city. It is supplied with water, gas, excel
lent school buildings, fire aud police pro
tection, and good streets, beyond the over
flow line. With the reclamation of the
territory subject to overfiow the apprecia
tion will be very rapid. It is destined to
be the manufacturing district of the city.
The construction of one bread highway
like Broad street, offering 0110 of the best
ilnv. K In,,,, ti... rhv in thu direction of in,
most picturesque surburb, would be the
lit'Hinuiug ot thu reclamation ol the over
flowed territory and tho removal of an un
win iles. line and uusightly back-water
With one fun: avenue, others would speed
ily follow, and ci oss streets and the geuer
ul improvement would soon accomplish the
filling of low rouuds and bring into matk-
et a c.onsiderahle area of central property.
We know of nothing that would constitute
ho much to the improvement of Nashville.
The owners of property in that quarter
should not let the movement sleep and the
city authorities should give to it all possible
People whose knowledge of public works
is not confined to Cairo alone, who have
not lived like hermits within four walls
all their lives, but have travelled aud seen
and noted w hat other people do aud have
done in the way ol building cities, do uot
regard the street filling project on foot
here with any degn -e of amazement. J udgc
Coleman was iu Naahvillu a few days ago
and found tne people them enthusiastic in
their support of the project, just as they
are in favor of the similar movement, almost
to a man, here.
They Must Have It.
Mr. Byron Pope, Chief Detuitv Sheriff of
Clevelaud, Ohio, says: "St. Jacobs Oil has
become a household hxturo in our homo.
My little boy when suffuriu" with the tooth
and earache, his fust cry is for St. Jacobs
Oil, and will not be satisfied if any other
medicine is administered to him." It
Armstrong Brothers, Tuesday night next,
new jokes, new songs, new stage sotting, in
lad everything has a fresh spicy flavor,
which can not help pleasinir. Buder has
reserved sea's usual prices.
KOll MY DKAH Kill KM), Mil. NANNIK VOsT
ON Til K OCCASION OK II KH KIKTIhTII
IIIKTIIDAV, AlKIUST Ti, ItiH.l,
Wi l li Til IS I.OVK OV AIHCLINU 0. OliOHOK.
- Throng IHly year of w.d timo and of liawat
fuheeilliiKi'Teii mortal, rluf and iaiti
a llulo lirn.'U.iii.on lifu'H tro vimI Huruaillnir
Put forth Its llie, just flfiy yiam ao;
A' iiwtii eyi. inm nd b!.-M4 im oimiue,
UrltfhU'utat uud abonc, a iaruiit lovu may know.
Hmllinitiid colt kinittid cliutiretl tho lltllu Infitut,
Prnrlou- lu-votiri (tin flrn.l t.uru.t nuurl.
I . . - .. ...
1 Aim rrom me tuntiier a iii!rt warm prayers ait
lliit timo pai't'i'iliiij, and yi'ar liriiuijhl bllliir atirrow
(irlef early rt'su-d on th fair youiiic lirad
Amltlm youns luart Irarunl i-adilcai aril ri'Ilauco,
W'et'plnu uiiovu thu tumlur mnthr dtad.
Not crushed furuvor wa the uirl's bright aplril,
"t rorever alluucud happy aoiin,
1 i iir nrupu, uiuiii uiu niviii aim puru
Aud whiHiicrcd, "Wiuter will nm Ihikit Ioiik."
AlI so, m.m depihn of teudur ynef and sorrow,
Life bloomed auaiu lovely un heibru,
All(l lovc' Wltl1 u hoauty and lis .uu,huie,
1 iL-.ll. .1 il... 111 . 1 . r. , 1 ...
iniiKumvjuuuu ui-iiri Hum mi uiiittuine piore
tweet y, ara of pence, why could you not Lave
Why 111 ue I your nealle toot ateiia fly eo nmul
Why nlioitld thetky lose all lln k'owIiik hrinhtiit: a ;
Ileforu the life has told the hour of noon
Why mum tho loving heart be wruu wim arnjuirh J
We cry aloudalas! Itn still must be--
' AH my life's blia from thee, my lo, was n i v.ti
All my life'(Joy is lu the Kr.'ie with thee."
Hut w heu I be first burs! of our grief is over -
Aud even despair is powerless to destroy,
We iearu each day, ho lite may be supported,
Mrenlhened aud fed without the aid of joy
We learu to dry the liars of uaclert panion
To aci with strength a brave and uoble part,
And check the burning wish t hasten madly
liowu to that crave that holds the hroaeu-lienrt.
From t ii at null crave, ou which the gr ss is Krnw-
No second love hu, , ver learned to sprini;.
Faithful, Indeed, the love U that remembers
After such years of flutuu aud puilcring.
Yet from the lov that lives and cannot perirli,
tine fragile blorSuiu pitying timu has left,
Cue precious ylft remain to cheer the spirit
Of her whose heart has been so sure bereft.
Still In all sorr iws has that heart been lifted
To the dreat Heart that knows all hum an woe.
still has the patient spirit ne'er forgotten
Iu all her k'r'efs tho uliu safe place to o
bo has the branch thai sprang Into eiistenco
Just tiny years a'o, a tiny shoot.
Crown fair with leaves and b:lk'ht with sia:ry
And, pruned with care, has brought forth P' rf, c.t
And when, atlant, shall co ne the time of harvest
And fruit by Angel hands be gathered id,
We w ill not fear the record of lh Master.
If life eternal we have tried to win.
Oh ! what a little time will Seatu those year of trial,
These fifty years of Patience and of I'aiu.
When, put the entrance of the silent portal,
Wc hear the welcome of thu ITeave!y strain.
And what a trifle all there MUcr sorrows,
That left their pain within this weary hret,
If we can hear our Heavenly Father saylcg
"It isenoughl Come home, ay child, and rest."
So may we leave your years, both past and present,
Wun Him who aenis alike the wail and song;
Sure that In Hearen we shall learn tne Secret
Ul all lhe-e years, so mourn! c 1 and so lung
Anna is somewhat excited over a row
that occurred there Friday afternoon, in
which John Lord, au officer of the city, w as
beaten nearly, if not .'quite, to death. A
party of Johnsou county fellows attended
the lair near Anna, and while there some
bad words were passed between one of
these and an Anna man, and OtKcer Lord
took up the quarrel for the latter. The
parties separated, however, and went to
Anna. There they met again, and having
heard that the officer bad boasted that ho
could whip any of the Johnson county
gang, one of these named Jim Aruout
went toward the officer with a club and
unceremoniously Knocked him down, strik
ing him several (severe blows on the head
after he lay unconscious on the ground.
This done Arnout r joined bis gang and
bidding defiance to tho crowd that had
gathered around them, rode out of town.
A few minutes later a posse of armed citi
zens of Auna went iu pursuit; but whether
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n.-y capture 1 u.e .ugmu
"V tlictn we nave doi icarneu.
YKSTEKDAY'S HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Kid. J. E. Barns, San Francisco, Cal, ; J
L. Barnes, Coloma, Cal.; I). Furr, Metrop
olis; W. Donapban, St. Louis; O. H, Smith,
samu; j uruS) same; J. O. Brown, same;
R. M. Pringle, same; F. C. Mercer, same;
T. B. Woodruff, same; N. Green, same; R.
B. Pierce, same; T. J. Wilkison, Sparta; R.
Boyle, same;,!. A. Dean, satne;H. M. Page,
Dallas, Tex.; It. L. Mudfrone, Texarkana,
Ark.: Mrs. Hill, Paragould, Ark.; W. I).
(lodbold, Delta, Ark.; Mrs. A. Lowenstine,
Camden, Ark.; Jos. Miller, Waco, Tex.;
Gen. H. RoLertson and daughter, same; J.
11. PI urn hut, Chicago; T. Thomas, same;
C W. Poor and wife, same; T. fl. Nussie,
Covington, Ky.; J. Lyons, N. (,; J. 11. Del-
biion, Pine Bluff; 1). McGregor, same; G.
Verry, same; M. J. Smith, same; F. C. Fox,
Mobile; II. Elliott, Rochester; J. R. McFie,
Coulteiville, III.; John White, Murphys-
boro; Part ot 2nd Brigade 4 111 number; L.
W. Danfort and daughter, Charleston; C.
Lewis, New York; 11. W. Stewart, Biune; S.
Sanbiiurne, Dongola; A. O. Bartleson, Oak
town; V. A, Wrifht, Kullawa, Kan.; J. C.
Gilbert, Paducah; L, Shields, Lexington,
Mo.; C, K. Rush, Carbondele; Mrs. Orch
ard, Bloomington ;C. A. Elliott, Woodvil e;
J. J. Russell, Charleston, W. Home, same;
H. P. Cox, Cincinnati, ().; M. Iletlbroner,
Paducah ; C. M. Wood war, Carmi, 111.; W.
(). Sims, Joncsbnro, Ark.; II. A. Raines,
Chicago; I). Furr, Metropolis; H. Wcslley,
Cincinnati; A; Hochstcasser, same; Mrs.
Frank, same; Mrs. Mooro, tamo; H. A,
Bi email, Evausville; C. M. Silliman, Louis;
ville; H. C. Caulkins, Wesson, Miss.; G. W.
Clayton, Louisville ;W. N. Aarris, Jackson,
HEALTH and COMFOB
OWiirpct your PREMISES. Wo have a hiru
COPPERAS, CJILOItlDE of L13IK,
BK0M0 CIIbORALUM, GIKONDLY,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc,
Also (IKN'UINK DALMATIAN
Of course all (lie ir-nod iicoiiln of
.iddtothePKti'KKlTV of the city; and while Ihc.e are .Iom wIm! ho, ,
dill.T as t.Mhe means ot attaining the cnil, Mr. C. It. M l AKT ha, been lal. ,
f,L'.vtu' ,I,M',ttll ,,',,' wwksto till his cMablUhiii. nt with the "Jlltil
(rKADK goods at the "I.OWRST (iKAl)K" prii-es. 'J hey are now airivin
11 Visit of li;.-a'ctloii is initrd.
10iyjlii.il SI reel..
AM I' Shi ME NT.
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
O.VI.V NKJlir ONLY!
TUESDAY, Sept. 11!.
The Paragons of Miustn-lsy!
Kv-r t hiiir New, I'hM.siiiir A Kenned!
MOSS TK It
hi ' 'i' ir SV v u.'.'l (,'riui il
"Version of Minstrelsy"
Mammoth I'rass Ifaiul
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1 l ot KTrJI-JN I'JKi. K.i
TI10 wh'Or r.iM.tiUiaii'Mi .11 fl:i, i 1 1 u a t r
tT.a:t.lixli! In III'' Vi.f'ii.
Ifl'TH 1 Hill r,
ai.il 75 C Dii1. 'in
un, I -,m a umial,
(JAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, September 21.
'KAMI I.I A K I- VI.- IN A NliW IlOl.S'"
Atiiiri' ' Knv nil' Irnli Cuiin'illaim,
Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Morris
S U L L I V A iT
la tlieir ni'W ami rnmantH- lrili ilr ona In four ai ts
wrlU';n ,:x,irvil (or tln iu, t'iitHl'l
ihv S' lUT M UUI.K.)
a play ol In'lauil. fn'u frnm inarm' l arKaturca,
cutim ln". i'i'!htv anil i'raii'1 clTi:cts
paluti'il for tin: piny, liy Mr. Killer,
ol llixil' V Thrairi-, Ctilctttfu.
Mr. ami Mr". Sullivan will Ititroilui'.u all ucw
Mini;, dui'tH, iliiucin ,'iinl comic illnnliuua.
UfA'Imlttaiii-i', r,0 iiml T.'i ceuln. Koirrvcd
8i:alittt llmlor'a Juwulry ctoru.
KLOl'R, OliAIN ANI HAV
Egyptian Flouring Alilte
HiirhHtrNh Pricf Paid for WhtMt.
U.J. riieliur.lH, PKiin Point; J. M. Ciun
miiiKH, 8t. Louin; W. II, Western, Denver;
H.J. Iltttc.htsnH, Louisville; S'ltu Lipinau,
Sun Francisco, CJ.-il.; G, lln-jerty, Ulevelund ;
J. Tlionipson, Piidiieuli; G. Hull, Went
McCmekeii, Ky,; .1 . 15. Meni'huin, Troy,
Tenn.jAl Townnund, sniiie; T. Worahiiin,
Clinton, Ivy.; K. T. Mwtt, Metropolis IIIh.;
A. L Scott, Hiiinii; T. E. Ilmnston, Toledo,
(").; D.A. JoneM, Swretwu'er; (). (Ireinle.V,
Oooho Inland ; W. H. Iipoon, mime; J. F.
Adaiiin, New lliimpton, Mahh.;J.T. Utter
lack, HlandviilK, Ky.; E. it. tihulton, khiiio;
J. Woanor, (hand Chain; H. C Dhvih,
lalom, Ma8.;T. F. Comminic, Ht. Louia;
B H.Oatns, Hume; W. Cvimder, hhiuh; II
Hoh in and wife, Olmstead, 111.; II. llnne
dlet, MarHliull, Tex.; W.G.Cochran, Hon
ton, III.; D. R. Kinner, Chicaj,"1; W.
74 01 1 10 i.kv i:p!
and Cor. Iltli & Wash. i.
Cuini hw. .mli.,w i'r ,....,1,. 1. ...
C II I C A U
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RJULR
will run on' '.f t!,,-lr ji!.'rar -tr;r-:.
So. kavitik'lV.r'i a'. -!'A. M..
TUESDAY, Sept. Ill, IM;
Tare i.'a fO to Ca.i-'iK1) ati'l r-.tnru on')- i
H'.ocpiuB r.arn will I 1 ta un '.iL tra
(,'airo. n-aily for oi.cuii:iin.y ul e i. M.. V.iu
Hi..' 17th, apii'lu'itlorm lor . - j 1 1 , cur ImtU. i-1
Ii rrai)' ;o Mr. .1 . 11 Jon,', ln .ct n.-'-'il, I'
on or hi-furi! pi.-mrn r lMli
Ki m mli'-i tlila la i, i vuly !'.
Last Excursion to Cliieai
tlila n'anoii. from tli, n ! :il:tv. n .'l all wlio
v 1 f I Irumili'. a'tmi'l tin1 uri:ii K K ;! 1 1 on
bavra jjoml I me u'i'ii',rul!jr, .tmiil'l I K , a'lvao
of thi'f vitv giuvl ra'i' .
A 11 HANSON, I'a-n. A.t.
J K. MbiikT. Oi'ii. Wi-tu-a I'll". A:
jaa. h. KMiTii.
Grand Central Stoi
11 HA I.E. 'IS IN
OA I IU).
M KUCHA NTS.
11 and 1 W Ciminmr- I
clal Avi'tiiii', S
DRY 000DS and N'OTIO
a full linn (r alltliu UUal, rn-wnl colori
ami quality, anil lifHt iiianiifm.-t:irn.
UAltl'K'l' I)Kl'AKTMi:X 1'
Modv Itrua-i'W, i ipn'trii.f,
Clollm, A ,, A'c.
Ii Kiani", Oil
Clothing; and Gents1'
This n. parlmi'ill oconpioi1 a full Boor ami t
la coraylotu In M r"cpl',,'t"- 1t,'.",U,H
Kiiaraiiteud ol latint ntylo "' l,( "' f
Bottom Pr ioi'Hji '1 Ji'I itl-'il'' '
wThnONrtlaTrl T. Ill III'. Mlaspii j
STJiATTON & HUM);
G-Jl-O-C- E- Jl-!-
No. fit Olilu Luvoi', Cairo, 111.
llT"Aiouti Aniuricaii I'owiler Co.