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A8CALON LOOOK, NO.,61.
Knight of Pythias, meets every f'l
day night at half-past ncvca, id Odd
Fellows' IU1I, Jno. II. Uossmax,
ALEXANDER LODC1K, NO. eM.
k Indeptadcnt Order of Odd-iel
I I n - ThKMIV h ffhf
r tuwB uaccwi i'v.j . l I.
Commercial avenue, between mIkUi and Seventh
At tiir-tiit uTtn. in ineir iiui un
SOT!, 1 J. Im, n. j
C.Vino KNCAMl'MKNT, I. O. O. P., metis
la Odd-Kellowa' 1U11 on the first and third
tiudaj Id wry month, it half-paM "even.
.Ixo. II. Ouiittv, (J. 1.
CAIUOLOIHIK. N0.237,A.l". 4A.M.
aV Hold regular communications in Ma-
jLTsonlo Hull , corner Commercial avenue
' end Eighth street, on the second ana
onrui aioniav oi eacn roonin .
The next terra of the I'ariih .School of
the Church ol the llcdeemcr will begin on
MONDAY, SKPTEMDKK Mb, and con
tlnue In session auteen week. I'ndcr the
same supervision and control an It was
lait term, the School will be conducted tu
similar manner. Atthe beginning ol the
term a civs will be formed lor the atudy
Application for admission must be made
either to Sirs, r. A. Taylor, or the Hector
The price of tuition will bo only eight
dollar lor the term of sixteen week, I'AY
ABL IS AIlVANCI.
CiuitLCH A. OiLnr.nT, Hector.
riLMEMKK at Lonla Herbert'.
Ten pound letter heads, large size, Car
llile paper, rated two cent higher than
any other paper ucd hi Culro for print
ing letter heads ordinary composition
only $1 GO per thousand at the Hplletln
BaaeBall ofKvrrjr nraerlptlon
HIILH. SAM' S.
To lite Clllsrna of 4'nlro.
1 would Inlorm my many friends, that 1
am Bttll Id the auction bunlnuss, and ready
to attend to all sales that may offer. My
long experienco In this business needs no
comment I In no exptrlmcut on my part,
tad parties entrusting goods to my care
need not be afraid, at I am no "iulb" or
novice In tli business.
Spcll attention K'ven to real estate and
out-door sales, as ( hvc never misted mak
ing a sale. I) Haxtman, Auctioneer.
Corner .Sixth street aud Commercial As.
t&X lug stock envelopes at the But
LKm olllce, $3 2j per M.
Three large and very deurable family
room, fronting on the Ohio, at the St.
Charles Hotel, can be bad, with board, at
very reasonable rates during the Summer
months. Abundance ol pure air and per
fect ventilation. 7-10-tf.
Uo la Unit Herbert' fur I'lLKE
SEM. t9XX Amber and White ray (dock
envelopes at the Bullktix olllce, printed,
$3 50 and 14 00 er M.
First-class room and board at the Ar
lington House, at 20$ per month.
Titos. B. Ellis, Proprietor.
Mollee of Bctuuvnl.
The will-known barber shop, corner
Klghth and Commercial, presided ovir by
the popular artist, George Stelnhou.e, baa
removed one door north on Commercial, in
.he Grand Central Hotel. Tho new shop Is
arge and commidlnus, and those wishing
for anything artistic in the way of fashion
able balr cutting, smooth shaves, etc., will
Jo well to call at the Grand Centra) Barber
One hundred thousand feet assorted
lumber, for sale at panic prices for cash
for tho next 10 days at the Wall & Ent
mill. .1. S. McGaiiey.
A No. 1 Laundry.
It is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman,
the laundress, .No. l-i Fourth street, be
tween Washington A Commercial avenues,
has one of tho best conducted laundry es
tablishments in the city, aud landlord o
hotels and boarding bouses slll find It to
their advantage to call upon her.
Her prices are e9 follows: Hotel and
boardlng-houee washing, 75 cents per
dozen. Koi piece work prices are
as follows: Single shirt and col
ar, 10c; per dozen 80c; socks tic; two col
lars, 6c; two handkerchlcts, rc; vests 20c;
and all gentlemen's wear, 80c. per
dozen. Ladies' dresses, 23 to Me;
skirt 10 to 20c; drawers 10 to 15c; two
pair hose Be; two collars 5 to 10c. For la
dles' plain clothes $1 00 per dozen; for la
dle nno clothes, 91 25 per dozen; done
dromptly, and promptly delivered. Pa
tronage solicited , 8-3 Mm
00,000 envelopes, nil grades and prices,
Just received at tho Bulletin job olllce.
A silver plated No.O WlleonGhuttle Sew
ing Machine, hard (piano) unlrh, valued at
86. Will be told at 120 discount, on good
terms, and ordered direct from the factory.
A No. 9 Wilson Shuttle Sewing Machine
valued at 7&. Will be sold at 915 discount
and ordered direct Iff m the factory.
A $90 Remington Sewing Machine- 30
off for cash. Suitable for tailor or boot and
At a bargain, and on good terms, a Howe
Hewing Machine, May be seen at the Com
pany's office, corner Ninth street and Com
mercial, FOR HALE.
"Picturesque America" is numbers
bound in 3 volumes, full gilt Morocco ;
A style E, "dough," Warren Jc Co.'s"
Parlor Organ, right from the faetory at De
troit. List price, (300. will bo sold for
A now two-horso Gamble wagon.
For any of theabovo articles, apply at
th UOtLITtK Office. E, A, BrRKRTT.
IlATFJI OF ABVERTIRINCI.
EJ-AI1 bills for advertising, sre due and pn
able in ADVAXca,
Transient advertising will be Inserted at tho
rate offl (fl jrnirr for the first Insertion
and W trnt for each stibsmuent one. A liberal
discount will I made on alsndloir and display
Local notices, buslnen or otherwise, will b
charged ten cents ir line for the Ilrst and rive
cents Tor each additional insertion, (coiintlna
tle Hues and ujitranl) s a discount will be made
alter third Insertion.
Church, foclelr, Festival and .Supper notices
will only lie Inserted as advertisements.
I'or lnertlnK Funeral notice at . Notice of
meeting of societies or secret orders V cents for
No advertisement will I received at less than
SATURDAY, SEPTKMBKK 4, 1875.
Local WfMtker Re wort.
Catno III., Sept. 3,lf7.V
m .me ' 75
I 8. W.
29. s7a ;
THOMAS JONKS, Sergt. S. S., V. 8. A.
A cook man preferred. Apply tit the
The next session of the Normal Uni
versity, at Carbondale, will begin on
the Mtli of this mouth.
We have received another job lot of
Hats, which we offer to-day ut less than
half their value. O. Uattiiok.n A Co.
The Cairo Si Vincenues railroad tax
tor the year 1873, amounting to about
six thousand dollars, was puld to Col
lector Stance, of Mound City, a few days
We are informed bv Mr. J. li. Cun-
nlnghain, that it is very likely he will be
come a candidate for countv enmmla.
loner, at the November election. Cun
ningham would run like a scared rabbit.
The Southern Illinois Annual confer
ence ot the Methodist church will begin
nt Ceutralia on the Sth lust. The Kev.
Mr. Wallar ol this city will be in attend
The Bulletin has had numerous mils
from tramp printers within the u.xst few
days, who, like migratory birds, have
their limes tor making a journey to those
portions of the country where the cli
mate is most agreeable to their natures.
In the office of tho St. Loul. Iron
mountain and Southern railroad compa
ny, win tie round a splendid pair of horns,
uuicu iroin uic nuid ot u wild Texas
steer, killed by the lreneral frelirht astern
of the company while hunting in Bowie
All Knglish setter blut, liver-colored.
white biwt on ha'ast, the undcroart of
neck worn by collar, very large tall at
root, tajicrs down to line point. A re
ward of live dollars will be paid for her
recover-. Wm. T. Bkkhwaiit.
Ciller or Police.
The important duties of chief of police
have been strictly attended to by Mr.
Henry Gossman, successor to Mr.
William M. Williams. We felt satisfied,
when we learned of the judicious selec
tion made by his Honor Mayor Winter,
that the Interests of Cairo would not bo
The anniversary celebration of the
Arab Fire company, held at S wheel's hall
last night, was a big affair. There was a
big crowd of people in attendance, and
everybody had a glorious time. Dancing
was the amusement for the younger por
tion of the multitude, and was kept up
until a late hour. The Arabs arc noted
for thler success In all their undertakings,
and the party last night added another
victory to their credit.
The Pulaski Patriot says ; "The genial
editor ol the Anua Union and Vienna
Journal was in Cairo last Saturday tak
ing a smile with his hosts of friends.
About three hours after the last train
lclt ho was enquiring if it wasn't about
time for that train? While ho claimed
to be the champion two-horse rider of
Southern Illinois he was inexpressibly
happy with nil tho world and the rest of
'lhe Paducah AVio.s of the first instant
says: "Nothing has been heard by the
Idlewllds from that acceptance of the
challenge of tho Centralla club. We
guess they were blowing and don't want
to play for a threo hundred dollar purso
so bail as tncy thought they did." This
looks rather queer. In a conversation
with the secretary of the Centralla club
yesterday morning, we were informed by
that gentleman that no answer had been
received from the Paducah boys to their
Several new pavements of brick and
plank are being put down in various
parts of the city. The substantial plank
walk now iu course of construction by
the Illinois Central railroad company,
will reacli Iroin the passenger depot of
the road to the clothing establishment ot
J. Lehuing. A new brick walk is being
put down In front of the house lately oc
cupied by Mr. Sam Williamson. Brick
walks are also being constructed on the
south sldu of Seventh street. Another
brick walk will soon be laid in front of
the boot and shoe store of Mr. Black, on
LI nu j at lowest prices at Jno. B. Phlllis
'a-Hedto Break Jail.
The Pulaski iVtfnof says : "Another
attempt by the prisoners In Jail to regain
their liberty was discovered and frustra
ted by Jailor Drake last week. With n
large piece of cano pipe stem they had
made & key to fit the cell doors. Tlie
key worked like a charm and is now in
the possession of SherlR Spencer, and a
very Ingenious piece of workmanship It
Is. They evidently Intended to let them
selves out Into the hall and overpower
Mr. Drake when he came In in the morn
ing, when after disposing of him the
coast would bo clear."
Go and see the Broadway Hat at
O. Haytfiorn & Co's. ; price 91 CO. Can't
lie bought elsewhere for less than $3 00.
A OO0D TIKE.
For Yoa( and Old Follsa.
A trip to Paducah and return on the
steamers Arkansas Belle and Jim Fisk.
Will leave Cairo Sunday evening, Sep
tember A, at 0 o'clock, p. in. on the
steamer Arkansas Belie; return Monday.
September 0, at 12 on the Jim Fisk.
Good mii'lc nnd something good to eat.
Bound trip, $2.00. For tickets apply to
Jim Biggs, passenger agent, A3 Ohio
Mev. H. B. Thayar.
A correspondent of the Chicago Inte
rior, writing from Vincenncs, pays the
following compliment to the Rev. II. B.
Thayer: "Our church Is particularly
happy In having for Its pastor, Itcv. II.
B. Thayer, D. I)., and u new interest is
being awakened in every department ot
church work. This place is a strong
center ot Itoraanism, Spiritualism and in
fidelity, but our pastor Is eminently fitted
for the field, and with force, earnestness
and acceptability, preaches the word of
God In its purity and simplicity, lite
Sabbath services are well attended, not
withstanding the heated term, while our
prayer-meet lug Is Indeed a sacred re
treat, where the blessed Master makes
glad the hearts of His poeple. One no
table feature In our prayer-meeting is the
fact that persons meet there and seem in
terested who have never been in the
habit of going to such a place. We have
great hopes oi a craclous outpouring of
the Spirit upon us, and hope that the
Lord will still be with our pastor and
cheer him in his efforts to do good. Oh,
for more such servants of God! Those
who will, In the face of the strongest op
position, preach Christ and Him cruci
fied. God will certainly bless such laith
Boot and fthoea.
O. Hay thorn & Co. have just, received
two hundred cases boots and shoes which
they oflcr at wholesale and retail at pri
ces that defy competition.
Hon. L. F. Plater, member of the
Legislature of this State, was In tho city
Miss Lulu Pace, who has been
spending several weeks with friends at
Aatiley, 111., returned yesterday to tills
Miss Ella and LucretU Walbrldge,
who have been absent from the city
for some .weeks, returned yesterday
Mrs. W. P. Wright aud family, who
have for some weeks been sojourning at
Wakctha, Wisconsin, returned to their
home In this city on Wednesday after
noon. Miss Thompson, who has been
spending her vacation away from Cairo,
returned yesterday afternoon, to take
charge of her school, which opens Mon
Mr. Louis J. Brooks, corresponding
editor of the Jackson (Tenn.) Sun, called
on us yesterday. He visits Cairo in the
interest of his paper, which Is large, and
has a wide and useful circulation.
Mr. James Winston, son ol Col. Win
ston, late of this city, was In Cairo yes
terday. He seems to be In fine spirits,
and looks as If his new home, near New
Grand Chain, was a very healthy place.
Miss Mary Thlclickc, who has been
at Hot Springs, Arkansas, tor the past
two months, In the hope of being re
llevi d of a severe attack of rheumatism,
returned homo yesterday alteruoon much
benefited by the trip.
The Anna I'mon'Jsay.s : "The Miss
Hawkins, two sisters of Mrs. Marshall,
have been spending some time with their
sister hi this place. They are amiable
young ladles. We think some more of
Cairo's citizens would do well to come
and escape the malaria, being endangered
by the slpe water. Miss Annie Phlllis is
paying a short ami we hope agreeable
visit to friends in our city. She was
formerly a resident here and has a large
circle of friends, who are pleased to si
ILLLNOIS CKNTKAL RAILROAD COMTANY )
Office or General South khn
Agent, Caiko, Sept. 2, 1876. J
Excursion tickets arc now on sale to
the Louisville Exposition. Fare for the
round trip, $12 GO good to return until
Oct. 18th. Tickets to the Cincinnati Ex
position will be put on sale Sept. 7 th
good to return until Oct. 11. Fare for
the round trip, $12 CO.
0-3-3t. Jamkh Johnson,
A Fine Utoefc.
Wm. Khlcrs desires to Inform his pat
ron and the publlo generally, that be has
now on hand a large stock ot French and
German Calf, Kip and Morocco, and is pre
pared to manufacture, for store and office
wear, tho finest of Morocco or Calf Skin
Shoes or Boots; and for farmers, draymen
and out door wear generally, his Freuch
Kip stands above anything over offered In
tali market. Ills Lasts arc of the latest
styles and be can guarantee tit and satis
faction to all bis patron. o 3-tf
Hbavlav, Hair Cnttln;, Ac.
Conrad Alba has bought out the well
known barber shop of Gus Ilclm.on Sixth
street, and his friends will always find
him there, ready to give them the neat
est shave, shampoo or hair cut, in the
neatest shop la tho city. Call aud sec
THE fiUPTON TRIAL.
TK OBIAT TBIAL XHBKO AT LAIT.
Prlaatser entettrrd to four
Yeans In the Penitentiary.
Vinx.NA, III., September 2. The Gut-
ton murder case "draws its Mow length
along" not very rapidly. Tho evidence
was all in la-t night, and the argument
commenced this morning. Hon. D. T.
Llncgar made the opening argument, and
that he made a powerful speech against
I lie prisoner Is admitted on all sides.
His method of handling the
case wus peculiar to Llncgar. Mr. Line
gar is a sympathetic sort ol a man and
his reelings aro always with the prisoner.
But he overcame that in llilscaw. While,
during his entire speech, he never once
spoke an unkind word of Gupton, his
strictures upon the crime committed by
him and the eulogy passed upon the mur
dered man, had n telling eflect upon the
H. B. Hardy, for the defense, followed
Llncgar, nnd made an excellent argu
ment. J. F. McCartney commenced the clos
ing argnment for the detcn.se at .'I o'clock
this afternoon, but had not concluded
when court adjourned, He will tlnlsh in
the niornliitr. when Judge Allen will
make the closing argument.
When Gupton was put on tho stand,
yesterday, he testified that ho went Into
Eschbach's shop to get a shave. When
be went In, Etchbach was in the rear of
the shop wiping his hands with a towel.
Gupton went to one of the chairs, when
Eschbach turned to him and said : "What
do you want:-" Gupton told him ho
wanted to be shaved. Eschbach said:
"Go out of here," and came towards
him. Gupton did not move, and Esch
bach took hold of him and commenced
to push him, and in pushing him, Gup
ton fell, when Eschbach kicked him two
or three times In the side. Eschbach then
left him and went towards the rear of
the shop, as Gupton says he thought, to
get some kind oi a weapon. Gupton got
up and started for the door, and just as
lie reached the door Eschbach caught up
with him. As Gupton opened the door
Eschbach kicked aud at the same time
pushed him out on to the sidewalk with
such force as to throw him (Gupton) to
the sidewalk. When he got up he saw
Eschbach standing in the door and he
(Eschbach) made a motion as If to come
at him. It was then that he drew his re
volver and tired three shots, with what
result Is well known to the readers of the
The above Is substantially G Upton's
evidence, though not exactly his lan
guage. One thing is certain : the witnesses lor
the prosecution did not "pan out" as
strong a case against the prisoner aa
everyone believed they would. What
eflect Allen's speech may have on the
jury I can't tell, but 11 the case was to go
to Uio jury an It now stands, and they
were 10 return a verdict of "not irulltv ."
u woum noi oe surprising tu any one.
That hanging Is "played out" In this case.
1 . i . . . . '
certain, ruouc opinion has uudergonc
a woudcrful change within tire last day or
two, and Gupton Is beginning to be re
garded as not so bad a man alter all.
inc general impression now la that.
Gupton will get from two to live years lu
the penitentiary. Lex.
CONCLUSION THE VEItDICT.
Vienna, Ills., Sept. 3, 1875
There Is no use In making a. short
story long. It Is all over now, and Gup'
ton knows his doom.
.muge Alien made the closing argu
ment iu the case this afternoon. At four
o'clock the case was given to the Jury.
At seven it was announced that the Jury
had agreed, and court at once assembled
to hear the verdict. The prisoner was
brought into the court, and all the couu.
sel being present, and!the judge asking
the foreman of the jury whether the jury
nau agreeu upon a verdict, the answer
was " Yes." The elerk then read the ver
dicts as follows:
"We, the Jury, llnd the defendant
guilty of manslaughter, and fix his pun
ishment at tour years in the peniten
tiary." This verdict was not unexpected. It
has been evidot since the first day of
the trial that public sentiment was drift
ing to tho prisoner's favor, and grew
stronger and stronger in his favor every
day, until to-night, when it is almost im
possible to find a man who Is not In favor
of the absolute acquittal of the prisoner,
or giving him more than live years hi the
penitentiary nt the farthest.
What lias wrought this change In the
mind ol the people is a mystery to
me, unless It has been the appearance
and demeanor of the prisoner during
the trial. Gupton has certainly conducted
himself in a manner to command the
sympathy of all who have attended the
trial. But It is over; Gupton will go to
Joliet for four years, and by good be
havior, will get otT with three years and
two months, which is certainly but slight
punishment for taking the life of a hu
man being. The jury have said it, aud
It must be so.
I cannot close without saying a word
for the young attorneys who conducted
the defense hi this case Messrs, Marker,
Hardy, McCartney and Dameron. Each
and every one of them labored from first
to last with a zeal worthy such as only
men of their metal and determination
know how to use. When it is considered
that they had such lights aa Judge Allen
and Dave Lluegur to buck against,"
the wonder is that they did so much for
Gupton and got him off with so slight
punishment. They deserve credit and
they have it. Thoy were appointed by
the court to defend Guptou.and of course
It was their duty to do so to the best of
their ability, and they did It. Lex.
100 barrels ofBmci best quality, for sale
at low-down flgurei at Jno. B. Phlllis &
M'XX Woodstock envelopes at tho
Bulletin office, $3 00 per M.
law towt gnrea, at J. B.
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducah,
" Susie Silver, St. Loul?.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
Steamer Jim Fislc, Paducah.
" Susie Silver, New Orleans.
City of Vicksburg, Vicksburg,
RIVER AND WEATHER.
Thu river last evening was 12 feet 1
1- 3 Inched on the gauge, having fallen
2- 0 Inches during the previous 24 hours
The lower Ohio is getting bad rapidly;
only five feet is reported at Cumberland
Island and the Evansviltc packets lohc
time coming out, causing the Jim Fisk
to arrive late. The lower river Is also
becoming troublesome. Ten feet Js re
ported at Osceolo and the channel very
The weather was more agreeblo yes
terday. A light bltower laid lhe dut.
Capt. Dugan went from St, Louis to
The Jim Flak brought otic u good
The City of Vicksburg had att excel
lent trip for Vicksburg.
Capt. J. M. Phillips left on a ehort
visit to St. Louis this morning.
The big Jim Howard is getting a
coat of paint and a general overhauling
at St. Louis.
Kemember that the Jas. I). Parker
will be here at 10 o'clock next Monday
morning to carry passengers at reduced
rates to the great Industrial Exhibition
The Susie Silver struck a bluff bar at
Greenfield yesterday morning but swung
off. The concussion broke her fuel
barge loose but did no damage further
than the breaking of lines. The Silver
was very well laden and made some ad'
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MEMPHIS AND CINCINNATI
tW&fi&tt kiulri&l Mtiiitt
On Board the
J. D. PAKER,
It. W. Wlsit ... Master.
L. SI. Kelsox Clerk.
Will leave Cairo MONDAY tbe tits last, at 10
o'clock, a. ro., and will carry paaenrers to
taacionaii anu return at reauceu rava . uoara
ing and Lodging furcitbtd while in Cincinnati
Xnaic, Danciaar and a Qood Time Oasa
Evinsvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawn aetown, Evans
rille, Louisville, Cinoinmati
and all way landing.
The unrivalled aide-wheel atauasr
G. Fowuui ......Miutrr
i. It, Thomas ..Clerk.
Will leave EvaaivlIIUforCalroevery MONDAY
and THURSDAY at o'clock n. m.
Leaves Cairo every TUESDAY aud riUDAY.at
o cioca li. ni.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
IltK IIowabd .Matter.
Wivraull. faxNiKOTOM ..Clerk.
Will leave Kvansvllle for Cairo every TUES
DAY and Kill OA Y at 4 o'clock p. tu.
Will leave. Cairo every WKUNKdDAY and .SAT
uilUAl at o'clock p. m.
The elegant aitle-whetl steamer
Joiix Gorr -.-.Master
hat. William Clerk.
Leaves Evansvllle for Cairo every WEDNES
DAY aud bATUUADY at 6 p. IU.
Leave Cairo every THURSDAY and SUNDAY
Each boat make close connection at Cairo
with Brst-clas steamer for St. Loul, Mem
uhl and New Orleans, and at Kransvlllt with
the E. & C. It. It. for all point North and East,
and with the Louisville Mall Steamer for all
point on tbe Upper Ohio, RiviDtf through re
ceipts on freight and passenger to all point
ror nirtner inrormaiinn appiy 10
SOL. HILVKK, l'asseager Agent.
J, M. I'HU.UPS, )
U.J UK A MM
HuiwrlnteniUnt and General Freight Agent.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between Waabinjrtoo u Oeeaaterclal
antes, Mjotmuc jtaausy'a.
KEEPS for al th bast Bear, rrk. Matkrn
Veal, Lamb. Sausage, Ac., and I see
pared 10 serve umiiir id an acccnsaui
LYNCH 4k flOWUTS
Real Estate Colin
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lands in Alexander Jounty.
"Winter Block" and "Winter's Bow.'
A large number oL desirable Residences,
and excellent vacant Lot, suitable for
budncis homes and rcldtnccs.
House on Nineteenth street, for SS0, with
privilege of lease.
Winter's Block Suitable for Hotel, Offi
ces or Business room cheap.
Tenement numbered 4, 7, S and fl, In
Winter's Row, !i rooms each, for I0 per
No. 10, (orncr) 112 fit) 7 rooms.
Toat desl able double Cottage on corner
of 'Dili tcsnth and Washington.
Fine two story brick on Commercial av
enue, between Tenth and Klevcnth streets,
switablo for Dwelling and Business.
Two loui.es on Commercial, below Sixth
street, suitable for Business Houses and
Two rmall IfoUi.es west of Twenty-second
street, near Pine, 4 each per month.
Dwelling bouse on jyelfth. near Wal
nut, G rooms, for (13 per monUi.
Builness houe oa Levee, .ucat JCIciitli
street, for $20 per month,
FOR LEASK, OB 9ALB.
A lumber of Lot on Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside lira limits. Also
a lare ji urn tier at other Lots In dltTercnt
Land, la tracts to suit, near Cairo.
PILSENEB. at Louis Herbert's.
Wood, $4 per cord 80 cents off for
cash. Big Muddy coal by the car load $3
per ton. All goods delivered.
C. W. Wheeler & Co.
Office and Yard. Teuth street, bc
tweeu Commercial and Wastdngtou ave
Leul Herbert feaa PIMCNEH.
ewlas Maeklaea mt m Haerldce
Ono WHEELER & WILSON, latest
One silver-plated GHOVER & BAKER.
'Che above Machluesare as good as new,
and I sv lll sell either at one-third their
value. Parties wishing a bargain will do
well toa!l and see them Immediately.
-W-lw Dan Hartman.
tfsaeikM- TYaaat Ever Known Before,
Mason's SeltSeallnir Fruit Jars at SI CO
per dozen. Extra rubbers tor Mason's
Fruit Jars, at Daniel Ilartmau's, comer
Sixth street. S-31-tf
The C'lnelasassU Expoaltloa.
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visit Cincinnati during she coming In
dustrial Exposition, will .be .glad to know
that this paper can be seen a tile at the
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Taken up, by the subscriber, on the
county road irom Cairo to Mound City, two
mules Irom Cairo, ou the UOth day ol Au
gust, a young calf ana rd;eow -, blase face
under bit In right and half slope off tip of
Ult car. The owner can hate them by
calling and paying charges.
A Plsse Healdessee for Hale ar Hesst.
Corner Ilolbrook avenue and Twenty
fourth street. Large yard and garden (S
iota) -, plenty of fruit and shrubbery ; good
table and carriage bou-c. Will sell on
werr ea.y terms, The house contains ten
asomi, J. 11. Piiiu.ir.Si
CHaae Erult J are,
atTSflents per dozen; all the latest styles
In Jolla-glass. Scaling wax In large and
small fjuantities, at Dan'l Ilartmaii',
corner .Sixth street.
i'creona tering cisterns ncediug pump
iiiKout andiMMlrinjr can havu it done
promptly and t prices to suit tho times,
by calling on J. ft. Hawkins, Cross street.
I have a man and pump employed all the
time for thu Duroooe, 8-20-2W
Pace. Klllatt A Co.
We have this day aasocLvod with us in
our business Mr. Uenry EUkU, recently ot
Elliott & Uaythorn, and shall oontmue to
do a general lour and Commission busi
ness, u. c. .Faok It To.,
Cairo, III., Sept. 1, l&7o. -M
Wanted, a first class barber. Steady
employment at $15 per week. Apply to
0-l-5t. Wm. Alba.-
riano nearly new; Top Buggy,
Show Case, Burglar and Fire-Proof Safe.
Cheap lor cash. Apply to
9-14t. L. II. Mvkks.
Warsslss to Naloen-Keepera.
I hereby warn all saloon-keepers and
liquor dealers, that I will prosecute, to
the full extent of thu law, all those who
rU or give Intoxicating liquors to my
husband, Paul W. Allen.
8-31-lw Elizabeth Allkn.
Examination of Teaehero.
There will be a public examination of
teachers held at the High School building
In Cairo, on Friday and Saturday, the
third aad fourth ot September.
Mrs. P. A. Taylor,
8-21-M County Superintendent.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief for younmtu from the ef
fect of Errors and Abuses in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method of treat
tint. Now aud remarkable reatedUs.
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Wooes. Address llowsrd Asaoclatlon.
-tip N. Moth at., I'blladolhU, Pa.-an lu-tl-tutlon
having a high reputalon for sjooor
ablo conduct and professional skill.
A rlnc Horse, Buggy and Harness, all
in good order. Will trade tor gcod city
property. Call at Alexander County
heady printed packages of wash lists
enough in each book to last two years,
for 50 cents each at tho Buu.f.tin Oftlco
for the next two days.
The Parish School will open in th
room of Mr. Whltlock's store, corner cf
Washington avenue and Tenth street,
Monday morning, at 0 o'clock.
Charles A. Gilbert, Hector.
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