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it health, uii II' you arc without it yon can mlliarr
bc, burrow, buy nor aU-al It. but vou eau oliliia It
by uninii Heller' I.Wer 1'llla. They tone nt tliu
aUimacii ana anvp me Duwcif iu gooa oruer pro
dues a healthy arilou lu the liver, proniute dltieit
tinn iDd Impart vigor h the wbulu ayitciu. I
Hrlre iff rente.
It. K. 8KLLERS CO., Prop'r. Pittburgh
GRAVE ROBBER CAUGIIT.
Tha mnai mrcexhtul grave rohlirr of the day l
DR. LIMLKY. By mean or hla Mood Keartlii-r
tie bat rohbva trie grave ! arorva wno were ajinf
of Scrofula, t'ODumttiou, Khcmatlsin, Mercurial
diaftiuitt. rnr.irnua Kiirmminnii. Tumora. KrvMlim.
las, Jaundice, Hover tod Acur. and Uent'ral Mobil
ity . The blood la tb lire, ami Dr. Liulaev'e Illoud
Hearcher la the ureat life trei"ver. U. 11. Hubbard.
Hampden, Ohio, y; "I'lcveluid pbyiciana
declared my wife dying of coniumuliOD. ily the
ue of Dr. Llndxey a Blood Searcher the wan ru
mored to health." J. K. Unman, Palnenvllle, Ohio,
aya: "My ion wan aflllcted w itb arrolnla of the
worst form, and pronounced incurable by several
EhyHlclana Ilia life wan Kaved hv the ino ofPr.
indaey'a Illood Nearcher." A Tumor growing on
my head was completely cured by thn qhc of Dr.
Llndler'a Blood Searcher. H. Barvor, Hatubua-b.
Uoila, I'implea on the face, Salt Ilheuin. Old
Horci", and all Cutaneoua Enjitloiw dlatppear like
manic when the lllood Keanuer la lined bee that
our name ia ou the bottom ofthe wrapper, Fur
It. E. SLLBLK8 &'0.. Prop'ra, Pittsburgh, Pa.
J n. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: Eighth and Washington Aveuue.
RKSlIKNCE:-('oiner Nlueteentb and Wah
Ington. II. MAREAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic, Physician and Surgeon.
Office 136 Commercial aveuue. Residence corner
Fonrtueulb St. and Wafhlugton avenue, Cairo
y R. SMITH, M. I).
Olflee and JtwiuYiirt :
0. 21 THIRTEENTH PTREKT. CAIRO. ILL.
R. E. W. WH1TLOCK,
OrFici No. V16 Commercial
Eighth and Ninth Street
,R. W. C. JOCELYN,
FP1CE Kishta Street, near Commertia', Arenne.
ATTORN E'S-AT-LAW .
J INEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFKICE-No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
"yyiDCWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Coraer of Seventh at. and Commercial Aveuue.
OFFICE llOl'ItS: 8to 12 o'clock a.m., 1 to 6 and
THOMAS LEWIS. Secre.ary
R. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.R.
TRilV, ARKIVI. TRAINa DRPART
Mail 4:16 a.m. I Mail 3:10a.m.
JKipresK g:00 p.m. I KipreK 8:00 p.m.
C AIRO fc VINCENNES R. R.
Mail 10:00 p.m. Mall 4:43 a.m.
CAIRO A ST. LOUIS R. K.
HxpreM B:15 p.m. I Expreaa 10:00 a.m.
Accom'datiou 1:1:53 p.m. Aecom'dation. B:l!p.m
CHICAOO. ST. LOUS ANDNEW ORLEANS R.R
Express 11:30 a.m. I Expresi. 3:00p.m.
Mm) 10:30p.ru. Mall .!:0Ua.uv
C. A. AT. RAILROAD'
Tens express.. 3 :40a.m. j Texaa expir ..3:1.1p.m.
Accommodat'n 0:30 a.m.
KNKRAL DELIVERY open ..:) a. n.; closes
1 S::t0p.m.; Sundav: 8 to a. m.
.Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; closes
at !i p. m.
Through Express Walls via Illluois Central and
Mississippi Central Railroads close at li:'.W p. m.
Cairo aud Poplar Biufl Through and Way Mall
closes at 1 J :'.t0 p. m.
Way Mail via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vin
eennes and Miaa.ssippi Central Railroad close nt
:4.' p. m.
Way Mail for Narrow Gauge Railroad clo'ca at 8
Cairo and Evansvllle River Route closet at fl::10
p. m. daiiy (except Friday). .
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OP ALEXANDER CCUNTY,
Ouly Morninj Daily in Southern lllinoiH,
pOR ALDKR.M AN-FOCItTll WARD.
Weare autlmrixed to announce L. S. Mahsiiaix
as t caudidate for Alderman iu the Poiirth yard to
dll tha vacancy uiTsflloned by the resignation of
Aldcrwaa Foley. Election to be held Uth of May.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
Tltc Democratic voters of Alcxnmkr
County, are requested to meet at the Court
House, in Cairo, Saturday, May ;M. 1S79, at
two o'clock i. M., to select delegates to the
Democratic Convention, to lie held at Cairo
May 0th, to nominate candidates fur Cir
cuit Judge. Let there he a full utteidimco
from all parte of the county. I
1). F. Huir,
Secretary Alexander County Democratic
Mra. George Glagicr, whose husband
1 a prominent merchant of Bimtou, arrived
in the city yeiiterdiiy, on a visit to her bro-
t' family, Dr. Wm. 11. MureauV
The Htone cutters engaged on the 111.
Central's new business office, brougit their
work to a close yesterday evening, "By
St. Paul, the work goes bravely ou."
The grand Reform club bull a re
union that will call people to Cairc from
all the ni ighlMiring towns and communi
ties, will . hoi, on Friday evening, May
Jailer Mahoney llnding that tin stage
f the river warranted it. opened tie city
ewer yeatcrday. The aeculmulutimg of
water inside were almost wholly sirfaco
Mr. Pet Oxley and wife, acconpaui
ed by Mra. Dave Oxley, passed thrcujh the
city, yesterday, en route for Grenada MUsl
agippl, where Mrs. Pet Oxley formdy re
tided. Recalling the experience of Oenuua,
last summer, and conjecturing ofthe future,
Grenada doesn't strike the public generally
as a very desirable place w herein to spend
The remains of Mrs. Mary Reaumun
will be conveyed to Villa Rtdgo for burial
by a special train that will leave the foot of
Tenth street at 3 o'clock this afternoon
See notice in another column.
The mother of Mrs. John ftces, died in
her son-in-law's home, Tuesday night, of old
age and accumulated infirmities. She was
probably seventy-five years of age, and has
been in o comparatively helpless condition
for long while.
Mr. J. Stelzcr, at his resldenco up
town, has a largo variety of flewers, shrubs,
etc., for sale, cheap. He is anxious to
close out the lot if he can, in the meantime,
will sell in small or large quantities, to
parties who will call on him.
Mr. William McIIale desires it to be
understood by one and all that he is not an
aspirant, much less an applicant for the
position ot City Marshal under the new ad
ministration. He has no ambition that
way none whatever.
-A new "tonsorial establishment," in
plebian parlance a "barber shop" has been
opened in the Fourth ward ; and, in the hope
of beguiling the bearded ogres of the New
York store to its crimson plush, it has been
located in that vicinity.
A blind man, with a dirty-faced boy as
a guide, was passing from houso to house
yesterday, selling poems of his own com
position. It must not be inferred that be
cause the author is blind the poems possess
a Miltouic depth and grandeur.
Capt. Isaac Williams, now of Mem
phis, but formerly a well-known resident
aud business man of Cairo, was in the city
yesterday. He passed safely through two
seiges of yellow fever in Cairo that of '73
and '78; but doesn't care to wrestle with
Assessor Alden is making ready to
start out on his regular annual tour through
the city and county. It is a work of con
siderable magnitude to value, in detail, all
the real and personal effects of the three
thousand voters and householders of Alex
The women of the Cairo Christian
Temperance Union of Cairo are arranging
for the holdingjof a congressional delegate
temperance convention in Cairo, on the 13th
of next month, to cortintte as long ns the
needs of the occasion may seem to require.
The programme will doubtless be made
known in due season.
The Democrats of Alexander county
will bear in mind that the county conven
tion to select six delegates to represent
Alexander county in the Judicial convention
to be held in Cairo on the 6th proximo, will
meet in the court house on Saturday the
3rd pro.t. The official call will be found at
the head of this page.
The pending election iu the Fourth
ward excites considerable discussion. The
candidacy ot Marshall has served to give
the canvass shape. It is not likely that
there will be many candidates in the field.
It is thought that there is a question in
volved; but just what that question is is not
very apparent. It has not, as yet, assumed
a definite shape.
Col. Lowry is one of the ablest and
most eflective temperance lecturers in the
service, and such of the neighboring com
munities as may desire to get up a temper
ance revival should secure his services. Let
ters addressed to Capt. Williams, or to Col.
Lowry in the Captain's care, will receive all
due attention. We desire it understood
that this is entirely a voluntary notice.
Dr. D. A. Parker and daughters, of
whom our readers have heard somewhat,
held forth in Jonesboro last Friday night,
to a delighted audience. The Doctor re
lates Heecher's dream, and the girls are in
spirational vocalists. It will require but
little effort to bring them to Cairo. After
paying expenses the Doctor will donate the
balance f the receipts, be it what it may,
to the Cairo poor.
Mrs. William Hulen, of Hen Peck, in
this county, died on Monday last, of a dis
ease that resembled, iu many particulars,
the spinal meningetis. Mrs. llulen was
born in Alexander, County, raised a large
family of girls and boys, and died respect
ed and beloved by all who knew her. Her
funeral was largely attended, those who had
respected her in life sincerely mourning her
We cau assure the personified inuendo
of the Cairo Sun that the "sour grapes" of
the Illinois Central railroad, were sweeten
ed precisely to our liking. We are not
sorry that occasion has arisen to allude to
the mutter as it enables us to say, without
making the occasion to do so, that the Cen
tral people did not insist upon their own
terms; but, in a spirit of becoming liberal
ity, accepted ours. We have an special
tooth lor "sour grapes" like those the Cen
tral feeds us.
We made mention t the fact iu a re
cent number of Tuk Bulletin that Jack
Davis, of Dongola, who owns a large flour
ing mill in Anna, had been stricken by pa
ralysis that involved all below his waist. Mr.
William Wolf, the uncle of Miss Poor with
whom Davis had agreed upon the prelimin
aries of a matrimonial engagement receiv
ed a dispatch from Anna yesterday an
nouncing Mr. Davis' death the night pre
cious. Mr. I), was widely known in Union
aud Pulaski counties as an enti rpriuina and
prosperous business man, and hisdenth will
everywhere be received with eyidcucei of
THE DAILY CAIRO duuuibiLIB:'
profound sorrow. To the young lady whose
visions of future iitppincsa have been cruol
y dissipated, as veil as to the many rela
tives who have ben deeply grieved, we ex
tend our cordial ympathies. ,
One of our Cairo buslnesn houses, not
only preserves cpies of all tlye letters sent
out, but puts all the busiinis letters re
ceived in half leither binding, first arrang
ing them iu alphabetical ordir. These let
ters form u large volume evey ten or fifteen
days, and beinir well bound Ind handsome
ly lettered in gilt, they are nude a thing
of beauty and an object of inprest, instead
of becoming an "uuseeiuM pile of old
The last meeting of the council with
Mayor Winter in the chair wiltbe held on
Tuesday evening, the 27th inlant. Three
ofthe present aldermen, vi? Lancaster,
Wood and Hittenhousej will then
retire with the flayor ami
clerk very good men, all k them. The
new Mayor will then take hod ofthe reins,
and that he may handle thdi with good
judgment and great skill, is tie wish of all
good citizens. I
Quite a number of thc"Sutliern stam
peders" as they are called, (lave reached
Cairo, and cannot, unassisted go forward.
The Golden Rule brought up quite a crowd
of them, a large per cent, behg women and
children. In a crowd of nuubcring about
twenty-five that collected on Commercial
avenue, yesterday, thfre were nine small
and helpless childitn. If Cairo, like St.
Louis, should happen to become an entre
pot for these deluded people, what shall we
do with them? The problem presented in
the outlook is perplexing.
The Hodges Park negro, who was cala
boosed for threatening to cut all the black
throats on Nineteenth street, and especially
the throat of lis wife, is playing "the insane
gag." His wife, who is in the city, says he
is given to tricks of that kind; that he is
never does anything that he is ashamed of
unless he pretends that he is crazy. She
says she is used to it; and it never alarms
her let him "scratch the door jams and slob
ber spittle over his shirt tront as much as
he's a mind to.' John Irvin, which it
his name, is a black fraud.
The colored people of Cairo will meet
in Phillis hall to-morrow evening to select
a delegate to the National Conference of
colored men that is to meet in Nashville,
Tennessee, on the Cth day of May. Judge
Bird will, most likely, be selected as the
.1,1 . . rr-i ... i .
ueiegate. inc matters to uc canvassed em
brace everything that affects the moral,
social, educational, industrial and political
status ofthe negro; and the indications are
that the conference will be the largest
gathering of representative colored men
ever held in America.
- Mr. James Purk, the plasterer, was at
tacked by a vifious dog, while passing
along Poplar, ner Nineteenth street, yes
terday, aud despite Mr. I5s efforts to keep
the furious brute at bay, he was uot en
tirely successful. Not until he had "sam
pled" the calf of Mr. B's leg would the de
termined canine desist. Officer Hojan
happened to be in the neighborhood, and
the dangerous dog being pointed out, was
shot and killed on the spot. The neigh
borhood is full of children, and it will be a
relief to parents to know that the danger of
attacks from this Jog, which seems to have
been feared, h lintlly removed. While Mr.
Burk nurses bis stre leg he'll have the con
solation ofknowiig that he is a martyr to
the general good.
From Messrs Pettis and Bird we re
ceived the following note, contradictory of
a rumor we published to the effect that a
"Co." was about ti be added to their firm
Editor Bclletin. Having noticed your
mention of our intention to add a "Co." to
our firm name, we think it would be only
just that you pul.lish these lines iu contra
diction of the statement. We do not intend
to add a "Co." to the firm u.inic; and your
information could have been no more than
an inference dtawn from no responsible
source. But luring completed the invoice
to which you alluded, we find that ui some
goods we can considerably reduce the prices.
Ilespectliilly Yours, etc.,
.' Pkttis it Butt).
William Braddy and Dennis Carraher,
neither of them citizens, played some kind
of aconlidence game upon a stranger, Tues
day night by which they obtained $13 or t'.'O.
The stranger made the facts known to the
police, and Braddy and Carraher were
promptly arrested. When taken before
Squire Robinson for trial yesterday, it was
found that the victim of their scoundrelly
devices had left the city. But a charge of
disorderly conduct was lodged against
Carraher and proven. He was fined $1
and costs, which he paid; and it appearing
that Braddy owed the city 9" day's slay in
the calaboose, which lie had undertaken to
pay by leaving the city, he was yi,cu fla.
other opportunity to pay it iu tlx; same
way. It is thought that he availed him
self of the opportunity.
A white man named George Yt'gnann
came over from Missouri, Tuesday, ber.ause
he had heard of a widow who was wiling
to go into u "grab-bag" nmrriu jL ex
perienced some cfifliculty in findinl the
house, and we do uot know that he found it
at all; but he happened to dror. int un e
tablishmeut that boasted 0f two
widows one about 30 jnj
ether nbout 50. He made th. object
olhis tripkuown; but in submit ;Ug M
proposition, in ftu iU-gunrded inonent he
remarked that "he didn't w-mt tl. on0
to consider herself in.". The ,.,mn of
THURSDAY titWiviahi APUIL 23. 1870,
abuse this thoughtless remark brought upoi
his head was simply frightful. The wU-ow-hunter
got out of tho house .with the
utmost expedition; and when told tho wid
owed pair were mother and daughter
(which wus not the case) he was consoled
at onco, as he hod narrowly escaped, he
said, "marrying into a family of hell cats."
Having seen tho man we are Inclined to
think the escape of the widow equally
-We are not disposed to depreciate the
claims of Mr. H. P. Buxton, ot Carlvle.
whom we shall probably announce soon, as
a candidate for the Supreme Judgeship; but
we must confesH that, during our thirty-two
years resideuco in Sorthern 111., we never
heard of II. P. Buxtoi as a lawyer or other
wise, until wo heard his name used in con
nection with his present candidacy. If his
mental and moral incisure fits him for the
position l.e seeks, no one will dispute his
right to enter the field us a candidate. If
he is not the man the high trusts and the
grave responsibilities of the position require,
te has no right to obtrude himself in the
way of men who are confessedly qualified.
We repeat that we do not know we never
heurd of Mr. Buxton. If he is a leiral lumi
nary whoso light has been hidden under a
bushel measure, we shall, when so assured,
recognize the fact public j and cheerfully,
The convict, James W. Geary, who
escaped from the Chester penitentiary, a
short time ago, was sent up from Alexan
der county, aUmt throe vears uiro. for
- o i
larceny. He had a number of aliases was
known as Jim White, Ikrry Cnrleton and
George Scott. He is about thirtv vears old,
is of a very dark complexion, slightly cross
eyed, has a small mirk on the center of the
nose, a scar on the Kt wrist, and another in
the left corner of tie left eye. He speaks
French fluently, awl might be detected by
the register mark on his under-wear. lie
owes two years' service to this State, and
as Jim White owei several years to Mis
souri. He was in charge of the engine,
when he made lis escape. The guards
having retired for 4ie moment, the fellow
attired himself in dti.ens' clothing and lit
out. In the hope that some of our detec
tives who need "Hie usual reward," wiil
come across Jim Oeary, alias, etc.. wc pub
lish the above description.
As matter of special interest to our
lady readers wc prftcut below a list of the
presents bestowed ipon Mr. and Mrs. Ho
bertson, by their friends aud relatives in
Cairo aud elsewhire. The list embraces
many articles of vlue and virtue and quite
all of them will ptve "handy to havcabjttt
the house." Hctf they are : A dozen
silver knives, Misfclla JTcChire, Du Quoiu;
set of fruit platesin colors, Mr. and Mrs.
Aisthorpe; hamkiue tidy and mats. Miss
Julia N. Smith, Du Quoin; French clock,
W. G. Robbins; fail beautiful silverandcut
glass vases. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Puge,
Ceutralia; silver and glass fruit dish with
napkins, Mrs. H. E. fpauldiug; silver cake
basket, Miss Ella Walaridge; uutiqtiecups
and saucers, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tuthill,
Chicago; silver cake stand, Mrs. Chas..M.
Willard, Anna, Ills.; solid silver tea
spoons, Corwin Wnlbringe; double pickle
stand, Mr. aud Mrs. G'ldstein; elegant sil
ver butter dish, C B. S. Pennebaker;
pickle castor, h. 31 Neely, Du Quoin;
silver card receiver, Miss Ella Armstrong;
Rogers' statuary ''Can't you Talk,"
Misses Jennie E. ttvl Mary Pattisou, Free
port; flower vase, daign in glass aud sil
ver. Miss Alice E. Baker aud ( has. H.
Iaker; large silvr cake staud, T. W.
Fitch ; solid gold aid silver berry spoon,
Miss Ella Robbint; beautiful boquet of
hot house flowers, rs. H. E. Spauldiug;
silver thimble, Edt.li Walbridge; pretty
toilet mitts, Laura Wilbridgc; picture, Mrs.
Limber! ; barbe end- lace. Miss Ella Wal
bridge, Between the hous of ft and 11.1 o'clock.
Tuesday night, the rsidents cf ihe neigh
borhood of Nineteeitlt and Commercial
were somewhat starled by the report of a
revolver, tired twice, one report instantly
following the other. From officer Cain,
who instituted mquiius in the premises.
we learn the lollowng facts: A colored
man named Wyatt Vest, who was mar
ried to a colored dauscl of that neighbor
hood a month or twe ago, returned to his
home from bis workon the McComb, nt
the hour named, audsever.il hours before
he was expected by his better halt.
As was Wyatt's wont, in his own home, he
walked in unbidden, mil there, much to
the indignation and amazement; he suv
yellow fellow named Bill
Parker, who drives a j team in the
neighborhood, stretched nt full length iu
his bed. Wyatt being a good neighbor
would uot have cared for1 this, had it not
been for the circtimstai( e that Mrs. Wyatt
was stretched at full hiigili on the bed be
side him. Ot course sich a sight as this
moved Wyatt to angel Ho drew his re
volver and fired. Parkfr, sans coat, etc., fled
into the back yard, Wfatt pursued and soon
caught him. A parlcj ensued, and we have
Wyatt's word lor it thjt Parker agreed to
leave the city, and not 'ome as a disturber
of his domestic happiness again. Upon
receiving this assurance Wyatt was
mollified, and he relenstd his prisoner, nnd
calmed his agitated feejngs. We have it.
also, from the same uoufce that Parker and
Mrs. W. had every thiuj arranged for the
"taking off" of Wyatt; tint they had loaded
the blunderbuss and vtrapped the handle
ofthe razor so that thf blade would uot
close upon the hand ofthe party that used
it, and both of these weipons were placed
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, 7",u "",u wanted.
NEVER? HARDLY EVER !
Is the exclamation of all who examine the splendid
A . . 1 t , m ar a
aim learn me uarveionsiy
-Reduction No. 1.
Men's Flannel Suits
Men's " " '
Men Middlesex Suits (warranted)
Men's Scotch Cheviot
And all other goods to Suit the Time.
But the plot seems to have been frustrated
Mrs. Wyatt, fearing the vengence of her
outraged husband, perhaps, left the pre
mises; and as she has not been seen since it
is thought she left the city. Legal proceed
ings weie instituted before Squire Osborn,
and the preliminary hearing was commeuc
ed yesterday evening. Parker, escaping
unhurt, resumed his team driving vesterday
morning, and "pooh-poohed!" the idea of
leaving the city for anybody. But the end,
we fear, is uot yet.
The Chicago Herald, a new and very
popular Democratic daily, is putting forth
extraordinary efforts to build up a big circu
lation. With this view it sent agents abroad,
and as Democrats everywhere were anxious
to encourage the establishment of an able
Democratic organ in Chicago, subscribers'
names and money were given to the agents
for the mere asking. Of course such an
opening to play upon aud abuse the con
fidence of the people did not escape the at
tention of Chicago thieves and confidence
chsps. They started out singly and in
couple. Forging their credential and
uuung several copies 01 me Herald as
samples, they betook themselves to their
villainy. Eveiybody had heard of the
Herald, and its supposed agents were fed
and even feted. The rascals obtained
posses on the roads and some of them found
their way to Southern Illinois. A pair of
them reached ICinmundy one day last week,
and offering the Herald at much less than
the established figure, pulled in a consider
able sum of money. But their dissipation
brought them to gTief. lieing well sup
plied with cash they went on a spree (a
fact that should have at onco assured the
Kinmundiani that they were uot newspa
per lncn'i and soon found themselves pen
niles. While yet drunk they hired a
horse ami bttiy, and driving to a neigh
boring town tried to sell it. Whether they
succeeded or not we have not been informed ;
but becoming alarmed at the threatening
aspects of affairs, they separated, and
vamosed that rauche. Meanwhile the
j Kinmundy livery man wired the
Chicago Herald, and learned that the
so-called agents were importers. One of
them, named Walton, reached Joneslxiro,
and exhibiting a free pass on the I.C. R. R.,
probably stolen or forged, inspired confi
dence in his genuineness, and was about
to commence operations w hen the Marshal
of Anna received a dispatch asking that
Mr. Walton be arrested and held on a
charge of larceny. Mr. W. loudly protest
ed his innocence he was tho victim of a
grand mistake. et;, but iu a few hours the
Kinmundy officer arrived; declared that
Walton was the party he wanted, and took
him home with him. As quite a number
of these- villains are known to be operating
in different pints of the State, wc give the
above- facts publicity, in the hope that we
may, thereby, give the public, a warning
by which it may profit. The Chicago Her
ald has no agent abroad for whose conduct
it holds ilself responsible. The same may
he said ol every other leading newspaper
in the United Slates.
Died, at it o'clock p. in.. Tuesday,' Mr.
Mary Reauuian. The funeral will take
place from the residence of her son-in-law,
George Liihr, corner Twenty-third and
Sycamore streets, at half past two o'clock,
this (Thursday) afternoon, Special funeral
train will leave lorn of Tenth street for
Villa liidge at !! o'clock. Friends and ac
(Uaiutanees (,f the family are invited to
Ti'.-; Ck.vis Woiuu.-lr you vvjitit a ncit
smooth shave for ten eeiit. or ;( J'nsl, i.ti:iIKj
hair cut for V, cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the "place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. I P' Coinmer-
i imrmsr u.ass day board for $18.00
LI.... is r.
P'i- '""ntn, go to the Planters House.
"OH! WHAT A If AT!"
Put it aside then, and call on Marx,
the widely known Battel nnd Clothier, nnd
get one of his stylish Ilioadway Silk Hats,
manufactured to order. Ho is the only
man in the city wl0 is mM with tt
conforimtor. ,. cn tak(, Vonr menstiM.
nnil iu short order supply you with a nicely
tit,V. -a..i t
"""'tf, siyiisii lint, at a fi
.."'''" o, at n UinlrC SO IOW IOMI
will surprise y
low Trices on everything
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Report of William Holden, admiawtfa
tor of the estate of Margaret Camcroo,
Petition and bond of Alfred D. Childem,
approved and letters issued to him as guar'
diauof George F. Childers, minor heir of
Will iam Lancaster, deceased.
Time exten led to lames S. Moms, aJ
ministrator ot the estate of H. C. H. Camp
ster, until next May term, in which it
make final report, and publication of notice
ordered for that term.
In matter of petition to sell the real
tatc of George W. Erwio, deceased, lew.
is given to amend the just and true ac
count and petition, by first day of next
Claim of Wack and Miller for $04.73 tj
the estate of William Beerwart, deceived,
allowed as seventh class.
Claim of J. H. Roclckcr it, Co., i'k
$723.15 vs. same estate, allowed as Pf
Claim of P. J. Peters for lo0.4t. vjii j
estate, allowed as of seventh class.
Claim of P. J. Sickles 4 Co., for $ 43
vs. same estate, allowed as of wventh cl.
Report of Thomas Martain. guardian of
Willey Maud Remick, approved, and guar,
dian ordered to file receipts of ward.
Report of Frederick R.c, guardian of
the minor heirs of Frederick Ruse, decead,
Report of David Bishop, guardian of
George Dunn, minor heir of William
Dunn, deceased, approved, accepted a
final and guardian discharged.
A. Hallkv, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to hi
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery und fancy good. His cook stov.w
are among the latest and best patterns aod
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they nre of the heaviest make
and will last longer nnd use less fuel thin
any other. So!d mi close as to make it an
object to call aud examine. Breech Imd
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc. and
everything else low to suit the times.
A NEW CANDIDATK
For popular f.ivor is the elegant and un
approachable de Joinvillc warf, to be found
iu Cairo only at A. Marx's. It is a thing
of beatify and strictly stylish.
Loitti.i,.vitis Tin Tag smokin? tobscco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound package.
iVlso Lorillnrds Nickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. KorsincyerV at fi---
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CONSUMERS.
M. E. McCammon, of Metropolis, h
just opened u first -class butcher shop at the
corner of Niueteeutb and Ponhir stwr
where you can buy the best beef iu the
market for cents per pound, C. O. I).
Pork, cents; bacon, S cents; sausage,
three pounds for l3 cents. All tiro invited
to call nnd give him a trial. Meat deliveivd
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
FmsTd.Ass cut cards at the Bn.i.wnN
office lit. St. Louis wholesale prices, print
ing $1.00 tnU() per thousand.
Nona:. to all whom it may coxckun :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills fou
traded by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the li.ilh'tin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by.
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contract
for advertising or job work are valid unies
tho same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. JU tl.NKTT.
XKW A UVKIITISKM K.NTN.
UOKSE AND BtWOY WANTED
B. F. TIIISTLEWOOI),
llurari boarded by the week at maatuable rale.
GOOD HORSES AND BUGGIES
At j.tlcea lo tnlt ttio times, Olvo mo a call