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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, IS83.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICE: SO. " OHIO LEVEE.
ENTERED AT THB CAIKO rOSTOFFIOK Fon
TRANSMISSION TUHDUOUTna MAILS AT SEC
OND CLA 88 KATES.
0F1OIA.L PAPKK Of CITY AND COUNTY
Mr. R. Fl rZGRRALD authorlr.es m to an
amine him as a candidate for re-election to the
office of Coroner of Alexander connty at the coin
1 iig November clcctloo.
We aro authorised to announce t tint Mn. P. A
Taylor Is an Independent caudldste for re-election
to the office of County superintendent of nubile In
structions, subject to tho decision of the voters of
We arn auihorltcd to announce that Mra L. C
G1BH, of Thebes, t a candidate for the office of
County Superintendent of Schools al the rustling
Wo are authored to announce that Mr. SAMU
EL J. HL'MM will be an Independent candidate
for the office of County Clerk at the coming Novem
We are authorized to mate that Mr. J.H.MUI.
CAHBY, of Commercial Poiut, will be a candi
date lor County Commissioner at the coining No
veinberelectlou. ArTELI.ATI CI.IKK.
We arn authorized to aun.iiiiicu that K. A. 1),
riLB ANKS, of Jefferson comity, is a candidate
for Clerk ol iiij Aiu 'lllu Court in tbe Knur! n
Division of Illinois, aultjuct to the oocislou of a
csuvention of inn Democratic party
We are authorised to announce Mr. JtiHN
IIODtiES as a candidate for .-lieriff of Alexander
COUNT V JtlDOE.
Ed. Bulletin: I'leaac announce my name as Hie
candt'tale of the people for tho office of Count v
Judge at tli November election. JUSTUS H.
We are authorized to announce the name of
WALT Kit WAKOtilt a n candidate for tnu office
ofCouuiy Jndgo of Aletiinder County.
We tire authorized to announce .Justice JOHN
U. KOBINSOM as an Independent candidate for
County ,ud je at the coining Nnvemoor election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. MILES V.
PAUlir.K as an Independent candidate for treas
urer of Al-xaiider couuty at the coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in una column, eignt cents per line for
Ireland five cents pur hue each subsequent Inser
tion. For one week, 30 cunts per line. For one
month, ft) cents per line.
A Fine Harbor .Shop.
Wm. Alba, on Commercial avenue, has
the most extensive and as fine an equipped
barber shop as can be found in any city.
His employes are misters 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 h-s patrons go away
pleased with him themselves and his work
Oiye him a trial.
Wanted filty teaais with scrapers to
work ou 2s' ew Levee street. Work will
commence Thursday the 28th inst. Apply
to Root. JkirJ, superintendent of streetn,
or to myself. N. B. Thistlkwood,
Cairo, III., Sept. 20. Mayor.
50c. per Can,
Extra Selects, at Delhun's. m
Old Machinery Castiiiffs Waated
at Hennie's new foundry for which the
highest prices will be pnid in cash.
Call at No. 93 Ohio Levee.
tl John T. Hknnie.
in market at DelJuun'a 0(1 Ohio levee.
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin perforated
fccratch-Uook, made of calendered jute
inanilU, equally good for ink ur pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tho oflice. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cent each by the single one,
by me dozen.- Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
Messrs. Smith it Uriiiktnyur, mer
chant tailors, Washington avenue near 8th
street, are receiving a lull line oftn-w for
eign aud domestic goods of newest patents
tor suiting and are ready to receive orders
ami manfacture suits of the best qual
ity cloth and guaranteed lit. Their prices
are as low as best goods can be dold.9-.0-lm
Flour is cheaper and my loaves are made
large that my customer m iy get tho ben
efit. These large loaves sell at the bakery
8 for 10 cents. I d'i not peddle bread.
My bread is pronouueed by those
who know, to bo the best
in the city. Retnemher it is big loaves and
bold only at the buke shop. You. get the
lull worth of your money. Try it.
U'J-liu. Fhank Khatky.
Receipt books, .Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at Iho Cairo Bulletin
at Duliaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to all tho principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niiiara Full. finti.u Inn-
Call or address J. "II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, lor excursion guiues.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
goto DeBauu's, 50 Ohio levee.
Nproat's Retail lee Box.
Cousumeis of ic.o are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box on Eighth street in Cunditfs store where
ice iu anv Quantity can at all times h. !.
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will ho puneheil at this stand
ust tho same at by drivers of wagons, tf.
Found Est ray 1
One borse with sadule, no bridle on.
Owner can have sumo by proving property
aud paying expenses. Apply to
Mrs. J. 11. Ukkcueii,
13th St., bet. Wash. Ave and Walnut.
50c per Can,
Extra Selects, at DeBaun's.
Out of tho firo. cor. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and office is at present it the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, o
tween 8th and 9th streets. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In tbeso eoinmns, ton cents per line
-. Insertion and whether marked or not, if calcu
1'itcd to foward any nun's business Interest are
always paid for.
Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Barclay are in
Chicago since Wednesday.
Every and all kimls of repairing done
neatly at Black's new shoe shop. It
Mr. Conrad Alba moved into bis
new shop yesterday.
The Post Oflice saloon by Joe Runeker
is one of the coolest, quietest, neatest and
brst supplied resorts in the city. I mo.
Wanted Three boys to learn the dry
goods business, at J. Burger's dry goods
Mr. Alpheus J. Stone and Miris
Margaret F. Spiller were married Thurs
day night by Rev. J. A.Scarritt.
In accordance with tho rules of the
association tho library will be open from
the 1st of October until the 1st of May
from 2 to 5 o'clock p. m.
Mr. McClure, of tho compressed brick
factory, has finished a kiln of brick contain
ing about eighty thousand and will com
mencc burning next week.
Several ladies from Water Valley,
Miss., wore at Tho Halliday yesterday,
having come hero especially "to do some
Alexander II. Stephens has been
elected governor of Georgia by a majority
ranging from forty to fifty thousand. The
entire Democratic state ticket was elected.
Don't fail to stop at Joo Koncke'rs
Post Oflice saloon for refreshments ot the
best sort. lmo.
Wo guarantee our repairing to give
satisfaction as to price and neatness. A.
Mr. Power, the saloon-keeper at the
corner of Tenth street and Washington av
enue, intends leaving Boon tor Florida on a
Mr. .Tamei McNaven, general agent of
Lambert and Richardson damatic company,
silver band and orchestra, was in the city
Superintendent Calvin NefF, of tho
street railway company, made arrangements
yesterday for a quantity of brickyard olTall
to be used in further improving the com
pany's track between the rails.
Crowds of Cairoities arrived ou the
several trains and on steamboats yesterday,
ceiuing from St. Louis, to where they had
been attracted by the great fair aud veiled
Mr. Fred. Koehler is perfecting ar-'
rangemcnts for starting a market house on
a somewhat extensive scale, uptown near
Twenty-ninth street and Commercial ave.
lie expects to be in iu full blast soon.
Articles of incorporation were filed for
record in the clerk's oflice at Carliuville on
Monday of the I5oodhou.se branch of the
Burlington & Ohio River railroad, with a
capital stock of $200,000.
The work of taking down a portion of
the walls of Mr. Nell's lately destroyed
warehouse, on Commercial avenue, began
yesterday. Such portions of the walls as
will not mako an entirely eafo foundation
fur an additional story will bo removed.
Old shoes will bo nude like new at a
very small cost, if left at Black's to bo re
Mr. Joseph Roiiekcr is low established
in his new quarters at the corner of Four
teenth street and Washington .avenue, ami
Invites his friends t: call on him. lmo.
Mr. James Smith, of the firm of Smith
Bros,, left yesterday morning for Milan,
summoned there by a telegram from the
friends of his wife who has been there on
a visit for some time; and in the afternoon
a telegaiim arrrived from James, saying
that Mrs. Smith "and tho boy" wero
alright. They will return in a day or two.
Judge (Irace, of Cadiz, Ky., received the
nomination for congress from tho Demo
tic party of tho first Kentucky district, in
convention assembled at Paducah on Tues
day. Col. Turner, his "independent Demo
cratic" opponent is, if tho enthusiasm ex
pressed over Judge Grace's nomination in
our Kentucky exchanges means anything,
a beaten man.
Captain W. A. Kaiser arrived homo
from Arkansas Thursday night with a
broken arm. The captain, as is known, is
iu partnership with Captain I. N. Smith in
a contract for railroad work on the Spring
field &v Memphis road. Ho received his in
jury by a kick from a mule. His arm is
broken near tho elbow, and will causo him
to bo luyed up for Boverul weeks.
Captain Shield's returned yesterday
from St. Louis, where he had been to look
after ono of tho Anchor lino steamers which
had received some injury from a snag in the
river near St. Louis.
Mr. nd Mrs. W. B. Oilbort wero iu
attendance: upon tho wedding of tho latter's
brother, Mr. John D. Barry, to Miss Lilian
E. Clement, which took place at Godfrey,
III., on tho 4th1nst.
A little surprisn partv raado tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Taul O. Scbuh lively
Thursday night. It was the tenth an
niversary of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs
Scbuh, and it was very fittingly celebrated
Tho Amana German religious society
of Iowa county, owns 32,000 acres of land
and is in a prosperous condition. This
year tho members raised a good crop of
barley, which will bo made into beer for
their own use by tho three breweries owned
by the society. As they sell none, they
are not liable to taxation.
It is about time now that our mer
chants wero taking tho preliminary steps
for the free excursion to Cairo of mer
chants living along the Cairo & Texas rail
road between here aud Jonesboro, Ark., of
which mention was made somo time ago.
The excursion train should bo among the
first trains on tho road, for then tho ex
citemcnt will bo tho greatest along the
road and a much larger crowd would be
Accidentally, a housekeeper made a
discovery that may interest our readers.
For cooking purposes she beat up some
eggs and sugared them. She was called
suddenly to the country, and only returned
four months later. The sugar eggs had
not been touched. Expecting to find the
mess spoiled or dried up, she surprised to
find the dish, although exposed to the air,
as sweet as ever, and found it as servicea
ble as if freshly beaten; besides the ripen
ing had greatly improved the color.
The railway ago reports tho construc
tion of 1,209 miles of main track during
the month of September, and. a total for
the nine months of tho present year, 8,075
miles. It estimates tho total for the en-
tiro year at 10,500 miles, an amount far
greater than ever before built in one sea
son. Largest amount of track laying during
the past month: Iowa, lot miles. The
other leadiug states were as follows: Penn
sylvania, 91 miles; Georgia, 94 miles; Cali
fornia, 89 miles; Colorado, 84 miles; Texa?,
84 milts; New York, 77 miles.
A dispatch from Murphysboro, under
date of Tuesday, says: "It was thought
lust week that all the mines in this district
would bo running a full force by this time,
but the Mt. Carbon miners held a meeting
yesterday and decided not to accrpt the
offer of the company (C i cents per ton) and
agreed not to go to work for less than 90 ?j
cents per ton. This settles the question as
far as the white miners are concerned, as
tho compwiy are getting colored miners
from southern districts, and will soon be
making their usual shipments."
-Iron express cars have been put on the
Southern P.icific railroad. The car is de
scribed as being very strong and bulletproof,
a very important item in the Arizona coun
try. It is made in two compartments-
one for the treasure, and tho other for five
or six expressmen and guards. There are
lors only on the sides, and loopholes in
the side of tho car give the expreBsmen,
who are full armed, a fine an opportunity
to pick off train-robbers. In addition to
this force of men, arms ami amrnunion,
there were four Siberian bloodhounds in
the car. The iTounds cost $2.50 each. The
same style of car will go with each train.
The Hiilroad Gazette; commenting on
recent accident, says: Probably tho most
noticeable features in the largo number of
collisions, and especially butting collisions.
The butting collision is peculiarly an acci
dent management. A sudden storm, a
land slide, many other things which can
nut well be foreseen, may causo derail
ments; a brcak-dowu, a fog or somo such
cause may explain a rear collision, but a
butting collision in its nature pro-supposes
carelessness or a mistake somewhere, and
the bliiino is generally supposed to rest be
tween the train dispatcher and the two men
upon whom devolves the movement of the
train itself, the conductor and the engineer.
That such accidents should increase in
number is not creditable.
The earnings of the Chicago, St. Louis
& New Orleans railrood havo decreased
thus far this year about $350,000, as com
pared with those of tho same period in
1881, owing to loss in business caused by
the floods last Bpring. This loss is ex
pected to bo made up within tho year, as
the best season for business is at hand.
Two proposed branches havo been sur
veyed, and contiacts for building tho ono
from Jackson, Miss., to Yazoo City havo
been awarded. Of the new 5 per cent gold
bonds authorized to cancel old bonds,
about $10,450,000 have been issued. Hold
ers of tho old 7 and 8 per cent bonds are
unwilling to surrender them, as they havo
two, four, eight or fifteen years to run,
consequently tho issue of new bonds pro
Tho Lambert and Richardson comedy
company will give an entertainment at the
opera house next week; commencing Friday
evening, October 13th, with tho well known
and popular play of tho "Danites,'" Satur
day matineoe, tho "Banker's Daughter"
and Saturday evening tho jolly comedy of
,'Our Bachelors." These plays havo never
been presented to a Cairo audience,
although many of our pooplo have wit
nessed them in the largo theatres of the
east and north. Tho company come well
recommended, and the plays they are now
offering to tho public have been thoroughly
tested bcl'oro tho most cirtical of audiences
and have not boon found wanting. Miss
Julia Blake, a talented young actress as
sumes the role of "Julian" in tho "Banker's
Daughcr," and that of "Nancy Williams"
in the "Danites." Harry Robinson as "tho
Jedgo" bring simply immense as the show
people say. The great success of tho com
pany at Springfield induced the manage
ment of the opera house tosecuro them
for one more night than the engagement
called for, and the "Banker's Daughter"
w is presented before oue of the largest aU'
diences which ever assembled in that city
Reserved seats can be obtained at Hart
man's. Remember next Friday aud Satur
day, October 13th and 14lh.
Wm. Holly is ono of those dangerous
scoundrels who occasionally succeed in
imposing themselves upon a community,
and getting tho more ignorant portion of
it to place a confidence in him which often
cost them dearly. Holly came here but a
few days ago, a dirty, ragged, cvil-visaged,
loafer, who, it would seem, would be
shunned, cvan by the meanest plebian
But he moved about among the darkies in
the barracks, represented himself as an M.
I), who could cure any body of any
thing, and announced his motto to be "no
euro no pay." He worked up quite a little
practice among the darkies and, in spite of
his motto, ho invariably managed to get the
money in advance. One little darkey girl
had been sick with fever for several
weeks. "Dr. Holly called, stated his pro,
fessinn, was asked to examine the patient,
did so, and with a ridiculous assumption of
wisdom, pronounced the little girl to bj
alll icted with a worm in her neck, whii h
he could cure on very short notice. To
provo the truth of what ho said, he pressed
his finger upon an artery of tho neck,
C'lUsiog it to swell and pulsate visibly, and
this swelling and pulsation he pronounced
to be the form and the wriggling'of the
worm. Tho child's ignorant mother was
completely duped. She paid tho vagabond
something over seven dollars. The latter
applied some kind ot fluid with his finger
and left. Ho had the audacity to return
next day to inquire after the effect of his
treatment, and being told that there was no
improvement, lie proceed to subject the child
to an outragoous treatment, which at once
awakened tho mother to the real character
of the pretended Dr. The negress swore
out a warrant, charging him with disorder
ly conduct, and being tried before Magis
trate Comings, Holly was fined twenty-five
dollars and cost, and sentenced to labor upon
the streets of the city until he should have
liquidated the debt to the city. The
court, in delivering sentence, expressed re
gret that the law did not permit the pri
soner's condemnation to tho whipping post,
to receive fifty or more stripes with cat-o'-nine-tails.
We are now fully prepared to manu
facture to order the finer grades of boots
and shoes. Our workmen have been pro
cured from tho best custom shops of St.
Louis and Chicago, and are experienced in
the finest of workmanship. We will cut
nothing but tho best stock for bottoms and
uppers, and shall guarantee satisfaction
and fit in every case. Wo ask the public
for only a trial, satisfied that the most fasti
dious cannot fail to be pleased. Remem
ber that wo aro ready for any kind of
work. A. Black,
It 130 Com. ave.
SURRENDER OF FRANK JAMES,
THE MISSOURI OUTLAW.
The capital of tho state of Missouri was
startled Thursday eveni.ig by the reported
surrender of Frank James, the noted out
law. And the rumor proved entirely true.
Frank had previously notified tho governor
that ho might expect such a coupo do etiif,
aud the governor had summoned a compa
ny of state officials' to witness it. The
dignified company was seated in tho gov
ernor's privato office when (wo men en
tered uncereni'ifiiou'sly. One of them was
Major Edwards, who was known as a
staunch friend toYhe James brothers. The
two men walked right toward tho governor,
and when Maj. Edwards said:
"Gov. Crittenden: I want to introduce
you to my friend Frank James," a death
like stillness took possession of the room,
and tho men sat like statues. Gov. Critten
den arose and stepping forward shook
hands with the visitors. Meanwhile tho
spell which had como over the spectators
held its way. After shaking hands the out
law stepped back two steps and unbotton
ing bis coat, reaching his waist, and uu
buckled abroad bolt which hail becomo
visible. Giving it a swing lie bold out tho
belt heavy with cartridges and made bright
by the polished revolver butt, "Gov. Crit
tendon," said he, "I want to hand over to
you that which no living man except
myself has been permitted to touch since
1801, and to say that I am your prisoner.
I have taken all tho cartridges out of the
weapon and you candle it in safety." Tho
governor reached out nnd took hold of tho
weighty gift, remarked smiling, "Not sinco
1801." Frank James replied", "That re
mark applies o tho revolver. The cart
ridge belt lias been mine only 17 years."
Thou turning, he looked with perlcct com
posure at all who surrounded him, bowing
slightly as Gov. Crittendon remarked: Gen
tlemen, this is Frank James." Boing invi
ted to take soat ho did bo. The govoruor
went on to say that ho had callod
in a few officials to witness tho episode
He need hardly say that ho was glad, ex
tremoly glad, to meet Mr. Jainca.
"Not more glad than I am, Gov. Critten
den," said ho.
There wero some more casual remarks
and the prisoner and his friends then with
drew, with tho understanding they should
remain at the McCarty houso whero they
had registered, until further notice. A few
of tho assembled company remained to
examine tho beautifiul hair trigger, 44
calibro Remington aud tho belt of forty
cartridges, but tho majority after a brief
caucus, in which a highly favorablo opin
ion of tho prisoner was unanimously cx
pressed, moved out and scattered the news
over town. In about fifteen minutes Jef
ferson City was talking of nothing else,
and great crowds wero thronging to tho
McCarthy house, whither Mr. Farr hail ac
companied Mr. James.
We have been attempting for some time
past to say that cheap transpoitation is pos
Bible upon our western rivers, but tho low
cost to which steamboat traveling is pro
posed to be reduced, will be positively sur
prising if it is ever carried into practical
Several years ago a steamboat company
placed a steamer upon the Hudson river.
and began making trips from New York
to i onkers, 20-miles, at a charge of ten
cents. It was a success and the trips
were cntendod farther and farther until
they reached Poughkeepsie, 75 miles, the
charge remaining 10 cents for all distances.
It lias proved a paying business; and tho
company aro preparing to put on two more
boats, to rnn from New York to Albany,
150 miles, at the same charge of 10 cents.
The same company have their eyes
turned westward, and if tho Albany exper
iment turns out well they will pi ice boats
upon tho Mississippi, to run from St. Paul
to New Orleans, and possibly upon tho
Ohio, from Louisville to Cairo, at charges
proportionate to those on the Hudson
river. Tho charge, therefore, from Louis
villo to Cairo, on tho Ohio, 400 miles, will
possibly not exceed 40 or 50 cents, and
from St. Paul Minnesota, on the Mississip
pi, to New Orleans, 3,037 miles, at possibly
$3 for tho trip; or from St. Louis to New
Orleans, 1,243 miles, possibly at $1 for the
Cheap freight carrying is also a part of
their business, and light freights will be
carried from point to point nt rates wJiich
will astonish our western steamboatnicn.
Their boats are of tho finest characters,
and they keep a splendid bar and table, the
charges at which are moderate, and which
help to make up the profits of their invest
ment. Will not that be a gala day when we
can secure a trip from Paducah to Louis
ville for 40 cents, or from Paducah to Cairo
for 10 cents? or from Paducah to St.
Louis for 40 cents or to New Orleans for
How this is done wo don't know. The
New York papers only explain that it is
from a multitude of passengers. The boats
are always full of passengers, and the re
ceipts from the table are equal to those of
the largest hotels. -They aro in fact larire
Toating hotels, always crowded with guests
and while tho small fee for passengers pays
the cost of running tho boat, tho table and
bar make the profit on the venture.
When the improvements on the Missis
sippi river, which are now under way, shall
havo progressed so far as to make naviga
tion safe and tho channel deep enough for
large boats at all seasons, wo may look for
the most astonishing revolution in both
passenger and freight carrying. And rail
roads will have to bend to thecircumstances
or surrender the greater part of passenger
carrying to tho steamboats.
I ETTER LIST.
LIST OV LKTTEKS KKMAININO UNCALLED
FOll IN TIIK I'OSTomCB AT CAIHO, ILL.,
SATUIIDAV, OCTOBBH 7, 1882.
Bryant, Clara B
Brown, M II
Bean, Mr & Mrs
Herbert, Ada L
Hays, Nannie A
Oliver, W A
Brown, S S
Bean, S I)
Graham, J W
Murphy, J K
Malnnc, Elvira col
Roberts, Jas F
Adams, Albert & Co
Blanks, John col
Cannon, J T
Con ley, A N
Crawley, L C
Eckford, Chas col
Franzman, A '
Clarke, Titos II
DoVttlluv, Mich Co
Duggan, P B
Ford, R M Flynn, J II
Gehert & Co George, Damp
Oippins, John Grogory.Patterson col
Hough, T C Hubbard, Goo
Hutchison, J C Hughes, J W
Harris, Tenio King, Charley
King, C E Knight, Capt J K D
Kirkendal, Peter Lender, Carol
Leyons, Ed Linden, E
Lame, J C McCabo, II
Martin, Chas II Maboy, Goo
McNamara, P McEwens, V J
Martin, Sam Mortnn, 8 W
McDonald, Will Morris, Wilson col
Neslrath, L E Neall, Guns
Supt CottoriComprcss Schmand, Mrs
Smith, C E Sol wort, Sol
Scott, W E Williams, M O
Wilson, WO Wheeler, BO
Wright, II col Whiteside, Richd.
Persons calling for the above mcntionod
will plcaso Bay advertised.
Gko. W. McKeaio. Postmaster.
Notices In this column three lines or less 25 cents
one Insertion or$1.0j pi r week.
WANTEO-Antt(entlnthls vicinity, to soil
Watches on installment plan. Liberal terms
u-'. tri?ht Prty , Addr,'M N'-'orctary Merrlmao
Watch Company, Haverhill, Mass. 6t-e-o-d.
WANT ED: A house containing si ven or eight
" rooms and necesBarv out door convenlrnci s.
Apply at the Box Factory. t
NO. ON K FKKKYHOAT FUlt HALB.-1U
f-et lonir, i 'eet beam; will carry sixteen two
horse wanous. Price four thousand dollar For
Information add-ons W . A. CADE,
BItln Leavenworth Kansas.
VOH ALE.--M!anks, Cbmul Morgsncs, Spcrlal
l Warranty and Warranty Deeds at the Dulletin
Jon office 7H nhio Levee
T PRINTING OFFICKS-Wo have a large
stock of 84x;w, No. 1 "M" news that we will sell to
printers only, in ,m of not les iln t0 r"ams, at
40 per ream cash. Address E A. Burnett. Bui
let In Office.
AN R r 10 hore poer tiprijf hi engine. In Eood
condition, and 12 foot horizontal 2 flue boilers,
with all the valves, pipes, nt-w lu ater, drive well
Wftlorlaak. etc . new mok Hm-k nil complete,
pr'ce TiI. Addres K. V Burnett, Cairo, ill, tf.
WANTKD.-Three ladle and two gentlemen of
pluaiui address lo trayi-i Iu IWhi, honorable
and nrf.iltittili, w.....i i.
t........ ....-,. nn ... ,u uriiiiu ajor?fl
(street and nuinlieri to TAYI.OI! Jt CO.. Mi (iris-
worn sireei, Detroit, Yilrti., whose repreientaiive
will call and explain business. Ktferences re
quired. JAMES KELCII& CO.
IL T. GEROULD AND
C. P. N E W L A N I).
AND GAS FITTERS,
DRIVE WKI.I.S. VllRCF. An
LIFT PUMPS FURNISHED AND PUT
tf 1 A HUKKMASLIKR
MANNER, GAS FIX
TURES (If all kifuld fnrnl.ihi.rl , n.l.ir nl.1 flvtti..
t.TOn.Cd : iohhllltf Dri-iinnliv amowUrl r., riprl,.r
received at Daniel Ha tman's or at the shop,
COMMERCIAL AVENUE BETWEEN
NINETH AND TENTH STRESS
JOHN J OHNSON & CO'S
s a l o o x.
Late Koehler's, on Eighth Street.
Cn'iforn .a Wines, Ck's of overv choice brand v
and Liquors of all ainds always ou band. Custom
U A L LI DAY BROTHEKS,
FL0UJ- GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Hiehest Cash Prtan Paid for Wheat.
I-L 3S. INGE,
-Miiiiiifnotiirer mid Dealer Iu-
(Itu Btruot, between Coin'l Avo. and Levee.
CHOICE BORING A SPECIALTY,
ALL KINDS OF AMUMTION.
Btfei lle.ialred, AU Kinds ot Keys Mode.