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J II. BRYANT, M. D.
UPF1CS: KihlU nd Wib!ii;toa Arenue.
HKHIDEXCE:-!.tuer Nlmtsieutb aud Waab'
yr II .MAltEAN, w. u.,
HoniMinathlf l'lush-ian ami Surg-eon.
0 11 Commercial avetme. Retldenco comer
If SMITH, M. D.
Oflire ami BuiliU-mV:
NO. ! TUIKTEKSTll STREET, CA1KO, ILL
,K.. E. W. WlllTLOCK,
i'.r'u't-Ni)- IV! Commercial Avenue, between
EUhth aud Nlush Street
TL W. C. JOCELYN,
tJfcFICK EichtU Street, near Commercial Avcnuo.
Notary Vnltlic aud Conveyancer.
OFFK'E-.-WUh the Widows' and Oorphuua' Mu
tual A'd Society.
BlAK A LANS DEN,
' ? A t toiney.s-at-La
OFFICE -NV Ut Commercial Aveuue.
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IN AND AROUND THK CITY.
Jimmie Nott lias gone to Chicago to
i spend his vacation v'usitiug frienls.
Mr. C. A. Beck, Division SupcrinteuJ
entofthol. C, was in the city yester
Jay. Oui? or two of tho animals in the park,
yestcrJav. cliitttwl oil' a mile in three
Mr. Potter, of the Argus-Journal, will
Urt for Wisconsin ia a few days, to remain
('apt. James F. Miller, after a week's
confinement from rheumatism, is at his
mst of duty again.
Another borrowed engine was returned
to the Illinois Central yesterday, froju Mis
souri engine No. 117,
The Smith Brothers are alsout to make
aa extensive addition to their store-house,
Already one of the most spacious in the
Harry Walker has becu in St. Louis
two or three days, making arrangements
for his oyster trade that will open in Sept
ember.. There was a grand dance at Anna last
night. Morgan, Metcalf, Van Dorn, Jen
kins and other Cairoites were present as
W. A. Drips and wife, tormerly of
Cairo, arc visiting up on the Prairie, in
Bond county, Illinois, and are in the enjoy
ment of splendid health.
Messrs. Smith, Chcnoy, Davis and
other give their respective animals occa
sional training in the park, and some of
them make very creditable time.
John Henderson k'tiumbed himself
vith whisky and was taken in by police
man J. P. Hogan, and Comings i'mml him
l and costs, all of which were paid,
The meageruess of our local mutter,
yesterday, and other lauitK in yesterday's
Uu.LKTi.N may he ascribed to our necessar
ily enforced nhafiire from our post during
the greater part of the day previous.
Tim members of tho Ctutral archery
:lnbdo not shoot for the right to "hold nnd
poetess the officer;" but for the honor of
holding the olllce, Monday evening ia
the time named for the next contest.
Hon. W. Jf. Allen ha been retained to
AMt m the prosecution of Hogan for the
aniowinatioiioj Charley Arter. The defence
ha. hoar, retained Messrs, Green nnd
Oilhert and S. P. Wheeler and John M.
, -Tjie temperature at Yankton is - varia
ble. Thursday it was 00, giving us au in
. rxease of (J degiecs yesterday. At 3 o'clock
' yvsV'iday the Yankton thermometer scored
'; tH drop of () d.'gri'cs, that will tell in
--Members of the Widows' and Orphans'
Aid Society aa- tuked not to forget to re-
Member that the regular annual meeting of
me (society will Do li :1U in the Ue.lormclub
" nwnu, TiicHday, at 2 o'ckwik p. m. The
.TneJnlK'M arc expected; eveiylnxly elwj is
On Wednesday last u Cairo lady took
jMuwagc on the Illinoii Central for sojne
X"int north, tnking lier children' with her
WMIn the train was haired at the incline,
Aoouplo of Indie entert e from the adjoin
iaij eir, lad a mutual recog:iitiya wo in-
Btatitaneous, The two ladies were Memphis
acquaintances, and were rejuioed lo ec the
Cairo ladv. and the Cairo lady well the
reader can imagine how hue felt.
In a late Cairo prico current, we notice
that Northern Illinois butter is quoted at
lCOn cents per pound; while Southern
Illinois butter only brings from 8 .to 10
cents nnd i flow snleat that. This is a
severe commentary on our butter makers.
If not, then where does the blame rest?
The wild, barbaric clatter made by a
weak fife and three drums yesterday a
noise that is said juspiro men to deeds of
heroism was intended ns a call upon tho
people to visit the park, whero there were
fun and feasting for nil who came. Tho af
fair was engineered by the colored. Masons.
The Walnut and Center street gates
opening into the high school grounds, ought
to be repaired. The heavy thnbi-rs that
form the arches are much decayed nnd
ore liablo to tumble dowu ut any time. It
permitted to go untouched until the reopen
ing of the school, a serious accident may
There are, at this tune, ten patieuts iu
the Marine Hospital, aud there is not a
case among them that presents any of the
features or characteristics of the yellow fe
ver. A convalescing case of bilious fever,
about which a number of outsiders at one
time felt solicitous, will be discharged to
morrow. The Illinois Central will hereafter
transfer trains on this side of the river. The
eugiue will take the coaches directly to the
boat, to a point round the curve, before
stopping. The northern bound train will
be made up at that point, which, is, iu so
far as we can see, as safe an arrangement
as the other.
Our tellow-townsmau Mr. J. 15. Heed
contemplates the erection ot a two-story
brick dwelling house on the vacant lots on
the west side ot his residence, on Twentieth
street. Mr. S. P. Bennett, living in the
same neigMxwhood is about to make
changes and improvements in ani about
his home place.
It is odd, but true, nevertheless, that
after a, twenty years acquaintance we at
times fail to designate the Clancy brothers
aright. It was Pat and not John that
came from the Hot Springs, cured of a ter
rible attack of "rheumatism, elastic and
light-footed. Jolm has had no call tor a
Hot Springs' cure.
The Board of Health has received a
hospital tent which they will erect either at
the extreme point or ia the vicinity of the
old small-pox hospital. This is a prudent
provision, as it will enable us to promptly
isolate any transient or imported case as
soon as it develops itself, and thus greatly
lessen the danger to others.
The purpose to enlarge the old cistern
under the Arab engine house has been
abandoned. An attempt to increase its
depth brought the workmen to a stratum of
sand that was not readily manageable. It
has therefore been decided, we hear, to fill
up the old cistern and dig a new and a
larger one in another place.
The Mississippi Central pay car is on
hand at the appointed time, whether in
seasons of active business or at times
when quarantines lock business up. It was
here distributing curreut coins and paper
on the first instant. The M. C.'s cmnloves
never strike, and never suJer from hopes
deferred by the non-arrival of the pay
car. Mr. Chris. Hanny has sold and trans
ferred his Cairo and Mound City stores,
with all their stock, good will, etc., to Mr.
Henry Elliott. The future of Mr. Hanny,
whom everybody wishes well, is as yet un
determined. He will prooably remain with
Mr. Elliott, until he gives the latter a
thorough insight into the details of the busi
ness. Street Superintendent, Fred Smith,
will be abroad among the sovreigns, on
and after to-morrow, soliciting a contribu
tion ot one dollar and a halt to tho city's
street fund. The money will be asked in
lieu of two days hard work. Having a lel
low feeling for impecunious citizens, we
give this notice that they may keep a sharp
lookout and hjdc!
There was an almost continuous stream
of colored people, with a visible admixture
of whites, setting in the direction of the
park yesterday, commencing at about 3
o'clock in the evening, and continuing un
til n late hour at night. During the day
there was quite a crowd, present ; but the
"jam" was after night. The attraction was
the barbecue, given by the colored Masons.
Tho slmplo announcement in Tiik Bi !.
t.ETis, yesterday, that Chris Kclley, a steam
boat carpeuter, was lying at his boarding
house on Twentieth street, seriously sick,
begat a suspicion in many minds that Mr.
Kellcy, being a steamboat man, was sick of
yellow ii vcr. There is certainly no foun
dation for such a suspicion. Mr. Kellcy
has been iu tho city 15 or 20 days, nnd is
sintering lrom a very serious attack of
Weareglad to observe that Judge liar
ker bus, iu llxing the day for Glass' execution,
refused to coutorm to a custom that bus
made the holy day upon which thu Savior
was crucified, tho day for hanging mur
derers and assassins. Glass will be hanged
on Thursday, August 21st, iiffet., (not "next)
unless. Iu the meantime, the Governor com
mutes hit pumshiueut to impr'nouineut for
life, (which we think he shoulJ do) or grant
a temporary (stay. To break a man's neck
orchokehimto death, will bo a most un-
OAIIiO BULLETIN? SUNDAY MOUJN IN AUGUST 1M0.
wclcomoduty to Sheriff Hodges," Ho will
not , shrink from tho performance of the
duty; but if Glass were 500 prisoners he'd
rather take (hem all to the penitentiary
than hang one of them.
Indulgence iu iuordinnte quantities of
long-pulled water melons, and much sun
Bhine, havo given several colored people
the fever and ague. We saw a negro man,
yesterday, sitting almost kuee deep in
rinds, shaking liko a lino fellow; but ho de
nied that there was any connection between
tho melons aud his ague. He'd lived on
melons, he said, and If there was any shake
iu melons, he'd had it out of Yin "long fo'
A rather w.ie-begone individual ap
peared before Squire Comings, yesterday,
aud asked to be informed it Nancy Mack
could legally retain bis "clothes." Sho had
'em aud wouldn't give Ym up. He con
fessed that hooweu her a little money; but
he didn't intend to pay her in clothing off
of his back, aud if there was any law he
wasn't going to stand it. But he did stand
t, aud at last accounts Nancy was still the
custodian of the apparel.
The latest fever uews encourages the
bclef that the fever will be elfectually
stamped out in New Orleans. During tho
24 hours up to i o'clock yesterday morning
no uew cases had been reported urn! only
one death had occurred among the old
cases. I he death ol a retugee occurs here
and there, but at no point has the disease
extended beyond the victim's own person.
This is an encouraging sign. The latest re
port we received from Memphis was seven
teen new cases aud four deaths. This is
not quite so encouraging.
A conclusion was reached yesterday af
ternoon, in the Kittenliouse-Lincg-.ir election
contest for the right to hold the responsible.
but not very lucrative position of Alderman
from the Second ward. After dclibciating
upon the evidence introduced, pro and con,
the Ju .lge decided that Kuteuhou-ie had
seven more legal votes than were th:vva
tor Liuegar, aud that, therefore, he is en-
t:ucl to tne otace ana all its guttering
honors and heavy responsibilities. Ex
ceptions were taken, we understand, and
the matter will probably be carried to a
Boys and young men have been re
peatedly admonished not to bathe in the
river during the hours of daylight, anywhere
within the corporation; but all the admoni
tions have been disregarded. Yesterday
Otficer Sch uckers pounced upon seven naked
laddies, near the coal-dump. Five of the
number were small boys. Morgan Thorn
ton, about 20 years of age and Willie
Chisui, about 10. were escorted to the
Squire's office. The former was fined $10
and costs, and Willie was given a stay. It
affords the police no pleasure to make such
arrests; but they have "thrown grass" at tiie
beys so often and so fruitlessly that they are
driven to a use of tho "hard redo" of the
One William Stewart, a white man appar
ently twenty-five or thirty years of age, ar
rived in Cairo Friday evening from Jack
son, Tennessee. He was accompanied by a
colored woman, black as the ace of spades,
and upon tins creature William doted with
all the fondness of his gushing young man
hood. Of course love so longing meant
matrimony, and at half-past 10 o'clock Fri
day night, being thereunto duly empow
ered, Elder Shores made William and his
sable "better-seveu-eighthi," "bone of one
bone and flesh of one flesh," or ambiguous
words to that effect. The laws of Tennes
see not sanctioning, and public sentiment
there condemning such alliaiices, this vari
colored twain hied themselves away to the
land ottheless fastidious Illini.
We were told that the object of Super
intendent Seymour's visit to Cairo was to
bring about a modification of our quaran
tine. If Mr. S's wants did not involve a re
laxation of our .quarantine against Mem
phis travel and traffic, we hope his mission
was successful. From New Orleans we do
not consider ourselves in danger. A death
or two each day among n quarter of a mil
lion ot people, with no strong probability
that the disease will become epidemic is
not an alarming state of affairs. If it shall
inspire our health officers to increased effort
iu the work of disinfection, it will be quite
as likely to serve Cairo a "good turn'' as it
will be to endanger the health of our peo
ple. Memphis is the locality we must keep
our eyes upon, for the time being, nt all
One of the most pitiable objects we have
seen in Cairo in many a day, is the negro
boy, who passes from house to house in the
upper part of the city, begging something
to eat. He is about thirteen years of age.
Something over five years ago his uncle a
ferocious brute named Perry struck him a
lick with an axe handle that bri.ko his
bacfi. For want of utteution the in jury be
came a great running sore that now in
volves thsj whole surface known ns "th0
small of the back," nnd renders him such a
loathsome and offensively odored object
that only those of well settled stomach can
approach him. Ho attracts great swarms
ofgreeu flies that follow him wherever ho
goes. His name is Charley Bailey. Ho has
a sister here in Cairo who refuses to let him
stay about the bouse, for the same reason,
perhaps, that causes him to be sent away
from every door he approaches. He also
has au aunt ia Mound City; but he says ho
cau't live with lur because nhc bents him
cruelly aud wauu lain dead and out of tho
wily. He is certainly the most loathsome
human beicg wc ever saw; aud, contmnph
ting Ids condition, his statement that his
sister and aunt beat him like a dog, aUr.
passes belief. His condition ought to dis
arm tho blackest-hearted fiend that ever
lived on earth. And now ns Charley Bailey
Is in Cairo, nnd Is likely to remain here,
what shall lie done with lum f lie ought
to bo removed from tho Btieets, at all
A colored damsel hnmcil Lizxio Lane,
alias Carlisle, alias Henry came into Cairo
fnyu n point near Mound City on Wednes
day last, with a basket of blackberries.
Her folks expected her to return the sumo
evening; but she failed to put in an ap
pearance. Thursday and Friday passed
and btill no Lizzio Lane made her appear
ance to allay tho anxiety of her relatives.
Yesterday we saw her uncle in the city
searching for her. Ho is a gray-haired
mulatto man of very respectable appearance
mid more than ordinary intelligence; and
was much distressed tit his neice's contin
ued absence, his greatest fear beiug the
probability that she had taken quarters in
one of the Cairo brothels. After a two
hour's search he failed to find tho girl, and
probably returned home no wiser, iu that
regard, than he came.
It had been determined to remove Dr.
Arter to bis farm ut Villa Bidge, as soon as
needful arrangements could bo made. But,
strangely enough, on Thursday evening
hist, he insisted that his removal should be
effected the next day, Friday. He would
not listen patiently to suggestions that
argued for delay. He had fixed his heait
ongoing up Friday; and had his physical
organism been in a condition to respond to
what seemed the earnest desire of his heart,
he would have been a passenger ou the
same train that carried up the dead tody
of his murdered son, of whoso death he Uas
not yet been apprised. It was one of those
strange happenings upon which the faith tu
premutations is built an occurrence in
which reasou had no part, but which is
most difficult to account for if the idea of
reason is discarded.
Paducah has quarantined against all
steamboats that come from points below
Cairo. Ou Friday e vening last, the Gulden
City rounded ia to the wharf; but a police
man present notified the Captain not to
land. He disregarded the order, and made
liis landing iu spite of the quarantine. The
policeman, after a see tile, arrested the Cap
tain, and the City Judge fined him $1,
which was right. It may be true, as the
Captain said, that he left New Orleans after
the outbreak of the fever there; had landed
at Cairo and received a certificate from the
National Bourd uf Health; but the quaran
tine excluded Ins boat becau.se she came
from below Cairo, and what ue knew about
Use cleanliness of his Iioat, cut no figure in
the case, whatever. Boats that thus defy
quarantine regulations, aud land in spite of
orders not to do so, should be confiscated
We hear it stated that a petition will
be circulated asking Gov. Culloni to com
mute Charley Glass' sentence from hanging
to imnrisonment for life. It was a most
shocking and cowardly murder that Glass
committed; but there was, to such a man
as Glass, great provocation. The murdered
man had come to Glass' house, excited his
jealousy, estratiged the affections and finally
captured the body of his woman from him ;
gave him a whipping or two in his own
house and then declared a purpose to drive
him off altogether. Thus, while it cannot
oe denied that Glass deed was a most
bloody and atiocious one, the provocation
was undoubtedly strong. No mail in Glass'
plane of life would have tamely submitted
to such an avalanche of insults and outrage-;,
although but few might have carried
their resentment ns far as Glass did; and
even Glass declares that, before entering the
room he hud no purpose to kill Newman.
Taking our eyes, then, off the crushed head
of the victim and looking nt the great ag
gravations and insults to which Glass was
subjected, we can but feel that the case is
one that calls for executive clemency, to
the extent of commuting the sentence to
imprisonment for life.
Sea Foam (granulated) Pop Corn; one
ot the best nnd cheapest Desserts iu tho
world, full ilirectionson each box. Only 5
cents per box. For sale at New York
store by C. O. Patiku it Co.
STjiAMEn Champion. On and after
Monday August 4th, tho faro on this popu
lar excursion steamer between Pndupah and
Cairo will bu Fifty Cents each way. The
boat will leave the Cairo wharf-boat at o
p. m., daily, returning will leave Paducah
at 8 a. m. daily. A good String Band will
accompany the boat On each trip.
John Newman, Master.
A. J. Bum, Clerk.
Annual Mketimi. Tho Widows' and
Orphans' Mutual Aid Society will hold its
second annual meeting, at tho Temperance
Beform club room, on Tiieiday, the nth day
of August, at 3 p. iu. sharp. All members
are roquesteil to be present, nnd nil others
arc invited. Thomas LeVis, Sec'y.
Ich, Iok Wnoi.KSAt.K and Betail iu
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run dally to all Darts of tho city, delivering
puroLakoIco in such quantifies as cits
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
resilience on, Seventeenth near Commercial;
at Sargeanfs, on Eighth street, or nddress
nio through the post-otflce.
P. M. Ward.
For the Cairo IWIetiii.
The Wit cloic D'.owl'y o'or the eyes,
Heavy from lorn of slei'j).
Tin' train llko a bomc-bouiitl enj;li ilh'it,
Aud the uuiU of mlilnluht crtou.
TeuiitT Use Mtilliuu carvtf of her lip,
Bwut'tM of all lovo'i charms,
Will the let the '.eeplngliaby ll
(tut of her fulded arm?
Alt, no, fur cloterlii her hreait,
the hoUU the halm like a roc,
Tho eyu oflirowu, from dreamy rent,
' Like fhadowy tar uncloto.
The halie mill k-en, llko a ut tt'llns liirsl,
Nor care fur thutiilerlnn train ;
1 1 dimpled hauda have uever atlrrcd.
Aud the hrowu cyv watch ntjalu.
Ym tho Siliisiuv I'.iilletla.
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ci'ur the diot uit nimiit.iltiK drooping, ,
IVarl unit uniy the rurialu la!U;
Minty .Uuk- come through them trooplui:,
To the timmer' dreamy call;
llutlied aud ftlll, the foreM lirtva
To the foot f.-illn of the hi' lid.
Aud liu-lr garmi'iitu gWim aud gluten
With the hi; i-i uf thudow luud
Sort their fairy feet are creeping
O'er the uiuple. heath aud pine;
Urliiht lined dila f hapea He altepinu
lu the niuiHh. oak aud lue;
Arch on arch, like riiuHew Muli:ir,
Tower the furot giant Brand;
Warm aud g'.uuitiK, fair and i!ol.;,
As thi! dream of liadiw laud.
Kaibbow h.g arc ofl'y d.ttlun
Through the deep i-Ltmiijlcd uil ;
l,!iu,tly fh.eluu. s'lmt rilling.
Iu tt twilight u!itude
Kairy echot-n "Wcet are riuiiiu;
i'rotn the river's it'-'lll!n "traisd.
A the elvi- .ire mf;ly s.lt)jt!i:
Syrvn iu' uf tl.adow latu!.
Ituotllu iu- VK'U' iue Lout,
Whispi-rii-i i-caoe- lo aie ia'.'. ;
Ehiu Ixui'.t my ij..!Uls cour,
l-'airy fott?ti'p rj.u.d me till ;
lilumtly itui;-t-a ure dimly faUtuj
Tkrouiii the ed vi:li btikuuin n.ind,
Audi iielr psri: wive ca!ltb.
Tu their home i;; aanv land.
Softly sweep t ;'.' U il -brona t! ,
Sui-vt aai bu'.-.uy !5ta: t.;- 1 reash.
Warm tud slow pn-1 1 je kij-en
Uf tiie fairy' crimson :nua::i ;
CSieaiaius; round rae Itoatin; o-r iue.
Troop the dn-arny. wouiE.; hund
Earth Jad bt-avta fade bi-furv me.
A:.d 1 del! Iu !iadu U::d.
Then behind i.ie !o!y ereepinu.
Steal the au aud ilic-liv year.
AlltiK-ir bv.iais tu j:idusteep;u,'.
All tj"ir 'jl'ituui drowned in t a.-;
Aud the It-aiuta-; u ;i.i; that Lwwrrd.
!!!each:u; iie en burr.'.L -ar.d.
And tac jparSwliu.- trin Ueovt red
Wita t!;e ru is.- el phadon iand.
Dust and darkm-M d.mly cover
Hu.-ii.-d frk-U'l.-aip'it 'Token vo -v:
I'uky pibiua howr u. ir
Trust kelra.n-tl. and lyiu low ;
Record of Lu "Old. old uq "
Scalti-red W'.tli reli'bt'.c haud
Dreama of ion ar.d pridt r.d tforv.
Sli'L-pius Coil in aailow lind.
Little fwl no iottr patt'-r
O'er the lowly cuttairc :br;
Koy lip ud lunger that'-.-r.
Liquid brown eyi-i smiij; no mere
Memory' aw-lniti;? unto diocloavn
Au;'ei ol tae bouw-unld baud.
Sleeping under tiow white rows
Dweller palu in shadow laud.
Aud nil mrn:oric!i i.jrc'.c o'er me,
Aud thoir darksiux abadowa U-i-m.
OU the qurri)' prr me sorely.
Do I wake or do I dream r
Which U abadow What it Siuinan!
Tbus thu tfxIdk ipjentiouKKtaud,
Which thu wauu aud wearied woman
Which the elf of shadow laud
Shall a life be our, wlu-ro never.
Shall the ioiil uuannwervd call"
Where the real llfett) ever.
Aud t:io hadow from u full
shall the npirit aoarluu huher.
Circled by a ahiuini; band,
Rathed iu Uod' own suu-liriutht tin-.
Dwell no more !n hadovv land?
Cairo, III.. Anoint, fsr.
If ou Want a nice clean shave, a
fashionable hair cut, a shanivoo that will
cool your head and quit your nerves, or in
fact anything el.se in the tousorial line,
Conrad Albas shop on (Jth, near Levee, is
the place to go, and his artists are the men
to do the work. Here is his scale of popti
His shop is cool, breezy, clean, airy and
elegant in all its appointments. Work al
A Hisuu.au Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at 8 a. in., and 1 and 0 p. m.,
for the Court House, running up Levee to
Sixth Street; Sixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Rcturnim:
down Washington avenue to Eighth: out
Eighth tt) Ohio levee, and down the Levee
a u r it . i it i i i
to Ft. i uanes usirei. rare encii way. or
part of the way, . cents.
WIRE .SCREEN'S, FURNITURE, ETC
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses manufactured to ortlcr
nnd kept on sale. Repairing nnd uphol
stering done on short notice. I have' a
good supply of walnut moulding nnd wire
cloth for screens,to be made up in the latest
and bent style. Trices very low.
Notick On iind after duly 1st, the prices
at my shop will bn reduced to tho following
figures:. Shaving, 10 cents' hair cutting,
2f cents; hamponing, 2.T cents,
Hair nnd whisker dying in proportion.
Urnteful to my old customers for their
past favors, I yik a continuance of tho
same, assuring them ns well as others who
may wish to cull, that all work will bo
'lone in first class style and workmanlike
manner. ." a,
Shop on Eighth street, west 1 of A'-xan i
dor County Dank. - J.'Oko. Srntsr La '
' SHALL ADVERTISEMENTS.
AM. ADVERTISEMENTS Iu this column, of
Wanted, For Hale, for Keut, Wanted to Kent,
Hoarding, Lot ami Found, and tho llko, ! than
five llnoa each, will bo tmhlMied forM ceut every
lunertlon, Each additional line, ft cent".
HEADQUARTERS FOB. FINE AKCIIERY UOODH
Down, Arrow. TawM, Khootlnc Glove, etc., at
C. W, IIKXDEKHON'H, Commercial avenuu, cor
ner Twelfth utreet,
r AT TV TTATTCITiV
J. T. WARREN & CO.
01 & GO W. Second St.
Forelcu Mid Domett Ic dried and cauued Fri;lt and
Vegetable. Canned, dried and alt Flfh. i'iik
le, Sauce. Oil and Condiment. Soup
luffe, Baking Powder, croimd aud
whole Splcc. Toilet and Laundry
Soap. Seed. Jellies. Preserve
Fancy tirocerlei ar.d (iro
StiKk uuparalleled iu the W'ttsfr
SEND FOR OUR GROCERS' MANL W
LEXA.NDEll COUNTY DANK,
Commereial Avenue and Eighth Street.
F Bliuss, I'reld. ut
IV NEFF. ice-fr..ider.t
H. WE M.S. ashler
T. J killCT 11, Al.tant fabler
F. Bro Cairo; William Kli:.'--, Ci ro
I'et-r NeiT. Cairo: Vi:;ai Wo t. Cs:ro.
C. M. 0ter'oD, Cairo; It. I., ilil'.iu-.li v. m.Lou!;
E. Uuder. Cairo; J. V. CU-aiM.a.'l I'edoi.ia;
C. U I'atier. lairo.
A I.ENEKAL BANKINU EfsINESs DoNK.
17 X CHANGE fold and iionght. Int.-r.-t pv.d in
j t:ie Savin; Department, loiicctioo nude
aud a 1 hntmeM promptly ati.:ci!d to
rJIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. p. HALLfDAT. ?ir.t.
II. L. HALLWAY. Vice I'r.-d at.
W ALTEh liisLUl', CiiOer.
l.'TUHTlYUlll. w. T. UiLlrrUT.
IIBMBr L.HAIJ.1UV. R. U. t xaUluMAM,
. D. WII.LUMxi!,. TKI HESI BlttU,
h. it. CANr.ca
Fxi hange, Coin and United States Bondj
BOVCilT AND SOLD.
Depoit received and a sencra! fcatkln; r:. -e
Tin, Slieet-Iron ami Copper.
COOKING & HEATING
Tinware and Hollow ware of every
Bevrwarf old atacd.on Elchth tns t.
TtOoSlltf nml (llO,.p,n(. n mi..ri.!l A'. Ll.la
of work fkiilfiiilr aud promptly perforated aud
price made vatlfraetor)'-
ML'TUAli AID SOCIETY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Orcranlzwl July litli, 1S77, Under the Lavviot
the State of Illluoi. Copyrichted July
H, 11IT7, uitsler AetofConirn's.
WILLIAM STRATTON', I'linsinKWT.
Mil. IV A. TAYLOR, - - Vim PrtEmnsNT.
.1. A. (iOLDSTTSE, - - Trranvhrr.
Dit. J.J. (iOltl)ON, . Mko. Ativison.
THOMAS LEWIS. Sechktary.
IlOAItf) OP MAKAQGns:
J. J. (SOHDoy, riiyplclim Cairo, Ilia.
Mr. I'. A.TAYLOII. SuiHTlntendint of
School, Alexandra County " "
Mr. K. C. FORD, Variety Ilnieki't Store, '
I. A. i.ui.un u.Ti n. ot wniitino
ennt.r, Wholfaale nnd I'etnll Denier
lu Htat.le nnd Fancy Dry Ooml "
N. If. tlllSTLKWOOl), of lllnkl A
ThUtlcvviKid, CommlcIon Merchant,
Cotton and Tolmrco Kactor " "
H. D. AYEKK, of Aynr Co.. Comml-
THOMAS LEWIS, Jnoiiratico Manager
nnd Atforiiev tit Law " "
WM. STRATTON, of Btralfon lllrd,
Wholesale (irorcra " "
OHO. M, ALDEN, C'ommllon Mer-
I'liiint. T4 (II, In r.i,vp(. " "
JAS H. REAKDKN. Ajrnnt MUnlMppI
HAKHfSON HOt'lT. Watchiimker utid
.lewcler " '
CIIAS. R. STt'AHT, WholfalHnndle
lull Drv Ooofl mm "'" "
KDWAHl) A. Hf Mannrnctnrtnn
...... ... Tnrtt nn.l fnH.,l- ,1
i-iiwTN It. KNKW, I'ronrtutor St.
Clinrle lintel "
UAZKN LKIHtnOtl, Commlaalon Me
nhnnt . u o
Dr' KrJWARD S. ROB. TJ. 8. Manual
' 8B,IViTAAy 1n-.IndluuaoIU, tud
lVM'r5" "f" ......Kokuk, town.
'MIJ) :C. ' Methodlt
... jld Junction. Tenn.