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II. BRYANT, M. D.
OFFICE: ElfchtU aul Washington Avenue
It KS1DKNCK. -Corner Nliioteenth nd Vh
icitou "y II. MAKE AN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician auU Snriji-o..
Office 11 Commercial avenue. Hcnldence cortii'r
Fourteeumst. ua anmuKum .
JJR. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Orricit-Xn- l.W Commercial Avenue, between
Sii;uih and Ninth Slrecu. 1
JK. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKKICE Kiiflith street, near Commercial Avcnnr.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE With 1ho WldowV and Oorphaua' Mil
Ul A d Si iel
IN Eli Alt i LANSDEN,
OFFH'ENo. Hi Commercial Avenue.
POP. METROPOLIS AM) PADUCAH.
To... Kl. fcunt :.! heel Steamer
1 t'iro iv;r- sfleriumn at o'clock, for
Paducaa. Metropolis ud ay Utidiu. for
r'.iht ur panniue apply tu sol. A
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE iSsC, STATES.
On Mill after Monday. Juo li, the host will make
LKAYItn LXAVIS I.2AVK
Foot Fourth! Missouri Land'c. Kentucky Ld'g
7 . m.
II t. m.
J p. m.
:1 p. ni.
:W a. m.
M:H0 a. m.
:)::!o p. m.
$ a. m.
:i p. m.
r.::iO p. m.
10 a. in.
4 p. tn.
UAliliKCl'K AND DANCE
AX1) GROVE DANCE!
TIU'liSDAV, AI't.l'ST ism.
A day of amusement and fun alive. Evcnhodv
invited to mi me. The celebrated LIsCHNEK
fcTKINu BAND, or PulM-kl county. has been tn
iti'ii tot rnun.c. Alno Kl ini Dutchmen and other
a'uunemenls Come everybody, nud don't you
M. IJENNEFIELI), PAT. Sfl.LIYAN.
DK.N.sH. I.IVAN. .I.IIII.KY.
A.J.ALDKS. JOHN HOWIES,
LEXANDEU COUNTY DANK,
Commercial Avenue ami Eighth Street.
F MIOSS, Vrenidunt
P. N KFK. Yiceprenidcnt
H. WELLS. Cannier.
T. J. KEliTll, A-MMnnt Cashier.
Ill RF.t TORS:
F. Brona Cairo: William Kliiffc. Cairo;
Peter Neft". Cairo: Willlmn Wolt, Cairo;
C M.Onterlou. Cairo; II. I. Illlllti'.'i'ley. St.l.nnln;
K I'.udcr, Cairo: J. Y. Cletnson. Caledynlu;
c. O. Patlcr, Cairo.
A CENEIIAL 1IANK1NO III SINKSH DUNK.
IXCUAXtiE ko!u ami bought. IntcreM paid In
Jjth viiiyn Ji-partuiftit. Coilectiimx made
atd all buciiiexH promptly altetideil to
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
M'. I'. IIALLIDAY, I're-i.lent.
II. L. 1IALLIUAV, Yico-Pn-Hideiit.
WAUXH II V SLOP, Cashier.
. KTAATd TAVUIR. W. I. IIAt.t.lDAT,
UtMtr I.. HAM.ID41'. It. II. t't'NMMJMAM,
V. V WII.t.lAM.'.ON, HTKIMIK.N Utltl),
U. II. VANOKR.
KxcLunsre, (!in ami Uniti'il States IIoiuls
BOlliUT AND SOU).
Diplt received aud a ifeuernl bulikltiK tiUHlnea
Holiest Cash Price PuU for Wheat.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKllEI) AT THE POUT OFFICE IN CAlllO, IL
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OFFICIAL l'APKUOF ALEXANDER COt'NTY,
Only .Mot nius: Daily in Southern Illinois.
Caiiio, III., Ahk"" 111
Time. Jlnr. Tbiir. Hutu Wind. Ytl Weallitr.
Maximum Temperature. 1; Minimum Turn
peraturu, tijs ; nulnfall, O lAl Inch.
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Sers't Sitnsl Corua. U. S. A.
IX AND AROUND THE CITY.
A committee of ladies were abroml,
yesterday, soliciting subscriptions of money
to meet pressing needs of the M. E. church.
County court, in session Monday and
Tuesday, will convene njjaiu on the 27th
instant. Minutes of the proceedings will be
published in The Bulletin.
Wooten has a force of hands engaged
cutting the weeds from the sheet sides.
The weeds are hauled beyond the levee,
where, after a time, they are burned.
The several Justices of the Peace of
Alexander county are being supplied with
copies of the laws of 1S79. The books are
delivered to those who are entitled to them
by the County Clerk.
Mr. CuinmingN who is employed at
the box factory, brought one of his hands in
contact with a buzz saw, Tuesdav evening,
and received injuries that may seriously dis
A colored lad named Ben Gibson who
was sent to the reform school, about two
years ago, returned to Cairo, the other day,
improved in appearance nn l, it is to be
hoped, improved in morals also.
''Can a deputy Shcrifl" serve process is
sued by a Justice of the Peace?" is a ques
tion over which several of our citizens (in
the absence of Justus Cunningham, of
course) wrangled for half hour or more
Unless there has been n reconsidera
tion ot the action of the penitentiary com
missioners, quite a number of the Demo
cratic appointees in and about the Chester
penitentiary will, on the 1st proximo, take
up their foveral beds and walk.
Little Johnny, son of Henry Schick,
thelurber, while standing on the sidewalk,
in front of Squire Robinson's cigar-stand,
yesterday morning, was taken with a fit.
The contortionsof the little fellow were ter
rible lor a time. He was promptly taken
"Pimply-pee,'' a game that fell into
disuse about three years ago, has been re
vived among the Cairo lads, and is now the
cause of more disention, loud talking nnu
involuntary prolanity than all other causes
combined. It is particularly and especial
ly a boy's game. Ladies don't play it.
The corporation fiscal year having been
unreservedly changed from January 1st to
June JOtlt, it is held by some that contracts
made on 1st of January last, for the suc
ceeding "fiscal year," terminated on the
oOth of June. For sund'-y reasons we are
unable to view the matter in "Hie light of
any such a bonfire."
Money seems to be viusmMy scarce
among the colored people. They are be
ing hustled from shelter in all parts of the
city for th? non-payment of rent. Yester
day there were four ejectments mid the day
before tivo or three, and scries more that
are threatened. But all these pwple, we
dare say, had - 'l the water melons they
Disposed to ) '.eld implicit obedience
to the quarantine regulations J. C. Clarke,
vice Pesident and General Manager of
h Mississippi Central railroad, has given
notice that passengers will not lie carried
on the freight trains of the road, under
any circumstances whatever. Orders to
this effect have been issued to the subordi
nates who will be held accountable for the
manner of their enforcement.
The boys are running a rig on a young
Cairo gentleman, who is eminently sociable
in his nature, and much given tn society.
While taking dinner at the house of a
friend, the other day, the lady of the house,
so the story got-s, ouVred to help his plate
to cabbage. l,No mam, thank you ; none
at all; I never indulge in vegetables; but if
it's all the same to you, mam, I'll take an
The lew Cairo people now at Dixon
Springs, are enjoying themselves finely.
The accommodations are good, and the op
portunities for luxurious loungings and
afternoon naps, unpnrralcllcd. The Crit
tenden Springs is the favorite place of re
sort with Cairo people, because of the su
perior water. Were the buildings there
imch tiR they ought to be, the Cairo visitors
would be numbered by the score.
Charley Class solemnly nsservatcs that
Sarah McFadden is "crooked." and Green
Casey is disposed to agree with Charley.
When Green quit boarding with Sarah he
owed her $l.!J."i; but failing to, pay it pro
mptly Sarah appeared before Squire
Comings and sued him for six dollars.
Green confessed judgment for $1."." tind
paid that sum Into the justice's hands, who
applied it as far ns it went to the payment
of costs. Yesterday Sarah dropped in on
Squire Osborn, nnd again sued Green on
the same account, this time fixing her de
mand at 0. She uvo.vs a purpose to sue
Green, we are told, as long nnd as often ns
bho can find a court that will issue the processes.
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CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MO UJS1NG, AUGUST 21, 1 879V
Mrs. Casper Yost left the city yester
day evening, for Ashley, wh'thcr she was
called by a telegram, bearing the sad intel
ligence that her mother, Mrs. P. RpTctt,
was lying at the point of death. Mrs. B. is
is in the 78th year of her ngo and is ono of
oldest residents of Southern Illhois. She
is a direct descendant of revolutionary
stock, her grandfathers, on both the ma
ternal and paternal side, haung rendered
heroic service during the whole of that try
ing period. Mrs. B. was taken sick ou
Mr. Ike Ostrander, who lias served the
Delta tire company in the capacity of presi
dent, so long and acceptably, contemplates
the removal of his family from that part of
the city. He will not sever his connection
with the company, because of the removal,
bijt then, "although so near he'll seem so
far." We hear it stated that Mr. S. Y.
Purse will occupy the building to be va
cated by Ostrander, nnd main V' therein a
private boarding house.
When we mention the fact that Charley
Williams is confined to the city jail, the
reader of our Cairo police reports wi'lbc
npt to think we are communicating an oft
repeated story. But Charley is not only in
jail, but, under the directions of Jailer
Cain is expending his skill as a smenrer of
white wash, on the walls and partitions of
the building. He is doing a job that will
commend him us a lime-wash artist, to all
who may succeed him in the calaboose for a
year to come.
-One of the wantons that find shelter
with one Anna Bal.u'.l threatens to give
Cairo a sensational scandal. She has a
hold, she says, upon a gentleman in a high
sicialand business position in Cairo; and
she takes some trouble to noise it around
that, in a certain contingency, she'll give
Cairo a "starter." All of which points to
the conclusion that tho wanton is in a
straight for money, nnd expects somebody
to buy her to silence a little game that is
very apt to result in a failure.
Alderman Pettit, of the Fifth ward, has
built up a large and prosperous business,
and that too in u neighlorhood where it
was regarded quite impossible for him to
succeed. Naturally quick and very indust
rious, Ins schooling in the New York s'ore,
was of special advantage to him. To ac
commodate his multiplied needs, he will
proceed at once to the erection of a store
house, adjoining his present building, that
will be twenty-five by one hundred feet, or
the full size of a Cairo. lot. We congratu
late him on the score of this proof of a
prosperous business and a plethoric purse.
A respectably dr-ssed married couple
who live five or six miles beyond Mound
City, visited Cairo, yesterday, coming down
on the Paducah packet. The mm was
foolishly drunk, and the wonvn was
deeply mortified and humiliated, 'lnc
fellow insisted upon sitting flat upon the
sidewalk, then he thought it would be
quite becoming in him to dance l"'s wife,
meanwhile, using her utmost endeavors to
get him back to the boat. In this she
finally succeeded, but not until he passed
from the eshilerated to themaud,:n con
ditiona reeling creature who should
have been abandoned to the police and
A Mr. Moon, of Memphis, was at the
point of death with the yellow fever. He
had had the black vomit, and his lucid in
tervals were few and far between. During
one of these intervals he espied a slice of
water melon that had been brought in for
his nurse. His desire for it became irre
pressible, and thinking the end would be
death in any event, the nurse gave the suf
fetiug fellow the melon, charging him to
swallow none of the pulp. In less than nn
hour his kidneys were favorably affected,
and brought to action, and from that time
forward he rested easier, and by the dis
patches of Monday we were informed that
the chances were largely in tavor of his
speedy recovery. Occurrences of this
character are especially worthy of note. If
water melon proved a cure in Moon's case
it is likely to prove elHcacious i:i nil like
A colored man named Davis appeared
before Squire Osborn, yesterday, and much
regretted the necessity that compelled him
to sue a woman ; but human nature was
human nature. Ella Campbell had hired
him to saw a tremendous stack of old rail
road tics, agreeing to pay him therefor, one
dollar and a quarter. He had put in two
days 'Oil the job, was taken sick, but return
ed on the fourth day to finish up, having
about a half day's work to do. To his great
astonishment Ella told him not to touch the
ties; he had violated his (Vnitiact, and she
didn't intend to pay him a cent for the
work performed by him. To this deter
mination Ella adhered inllexiMy, and thus
Davis felt himself impelled, in vindication
of the right, to sue a woman. lie laid his
damages nt one dollar.
The Central Archery club, with several
invited friends met yesterday afternoon, in
St. Mary's park, on n sort of picnic, target
practice and general good time. The prin
cipal feature of the day was the nrchery
tournament, open to all competitors. Tho
first, wo are told, was for a fine boW) best
score in 80 arrows. At the end of the
round the score, us given us (too Lite last
night to get in tabular form) stood: Mr.
Morgan, 00; Mr. Van Doreit, 71; Mr.
Burnett. 130; Mr. Lippett, Si); Miss Bob
bins,' 12; Mrs. Burnett, U3;M'ns Armstrong,
17; Miss A. Alvord, 15; Miss llaliiday, !);
Miss Kittie Alvord, 3 1, nnd Miss 10.
The svcoiii prize, a short ..t uuu.d.
and against a contrary wind, halt dozen ar
rows io mo nigiiost scoro anil a half dozen
to tho next highest. The score stood, Mrs.
Burnett, 39; Miss A'vord, 15; Miss
Bobbins, 47; Miss 'Armstrong,' 40; Miss
Corlis, 10; Miss Halliday, 20;
Miss Kittie Alvord, 75; Mr.
Morgan, 24; Mr. Burnett, 78; Mr. Lip
pett, U7; Mr. Van Doren, (10. This ended
the tournament. We nro told some very
good shots were made. Tho bull's eye was
struck fourteen times, as follows: Mr.
Morgan, 2; Mr. Lippett, 2; Mr. Burnett, :i;
Mr. Van Doren, 1; Mrs. Burnett, 1; Miss
Klla Bobbins, 2; Miss Halliday, 1; Miss
Kittie' Alvord, 2. Tho affair was a very
enjoyable one in nil respects, and theunnni
moiis decision was that it would bear re
peating, minus the prizes, at tin crHy day.
Get ready for the fell business; run oil'
your old stocks. Put dowu the prices, and
dlfer inducements for people to buy. Not
only mark down your prices, but by a judi
ciously displayed advertisement in The
Caiiio Bulletin' tell the public what you
have done. A contemporary expresses but
a plain blunt truth when he says that the
business man that cannot see that this is
the time to clear l!s shelves of old goods, nt
any sacrifice, in order to make room for the
uew goods which will be demanded for the
big trade ot this fall is blind to h!s own in
terests. Everything points to the biggest
trade this season that our merchants have
had tor years and they shof'd all prepare
to take it in. Now is the lime to advertise
and offer bargains to buyers, selling every
thing in stock below cost, if necessary, "i
order to fill up with fresh, seasonable goods,
read j to supply the demand 'hat will snrily
be nudo. for them before the holidays.
Live ncrchunts will heed this suggestion.
5q lire Osborn tied two nuptial knots
yesterdjy, before dinner. First came
Chancy Anderson, with blushes unseen, be
cause of me sombre tint of her cutich and
her chosea lord Jesse Heed, a colored boy
raised in Cairo. They were dispose! of in u
rerfy telici'.ous manner, and had been hus
band and vile about an hour, when John
Keener ami Miss Huttie Ward, both white,
made their appearance, nnd asked the
Squire to duplicate for them the attentions
he had just bestowed upon Jesse and
Chr.ncy. And these, too, were tangled in
the matrimonial meshes by the Squire,
witk hi usual skill and adroitness. A
the) descended the steps of the office, their
hnpiimss revealing itself m broad grins
across their countenances, a twelve year old
negto boy, bare-headed, and with panta
loons rolled up to the middle of his ydghs.
bawled out to another hoy. in the rear
of JIackie's mill, two hundred yards dis
tant: "Ha! Bub Booker; ha! Here's an
other two as has been to old Osborn 's mar
ryin' shop, I'll bet yer a dollar. Let's ful
ler 'e.n" but catching the meuicng look
the groom gave him, the bare-legged youth
concluded that continued good health sug
gested an abandonment of the "follerin"'
part of the programme.
Sarah Williams who is now serving out
a fifty-four day term in the calaboose, and a
Mrs, Lambeau, who lives in the upper part
of the city, are both white women; but,
straige to say, Ixvth of them have set their
allectius upon one black man. Instigated
by jealousy, Sarah made a ferocious assault
upot Mrs. L.. something over a month ago,
during which she honestly tried to disar
rsn'c Mrs. L's breathing apparatt s
with a deadly weapon. When put upon
trial Sarah declared that, whether inipris
one.l for a short term or a long term, she
would find Mrs. Lambeau o.it, when re
leasod, and take her life. Mrs. Lambeau
thinking that Sarah's term of confinement
was near its end, appeared before Squire
Comings, yesterday, and asked for protec
tion against Sarah's vengeance. Mrs. L.
can't be persuaded to give up the black
"bone of contention," and Sarah will be
satisfied with nothing less hence Mrs. L.
religiously believes that Sarah will, on the
first favorable opportunity, commit murder,
and that she, Mrs. L., will be the victim.
The Squire suggested a peace warrant as
soineting that would serve the needs of the
occasion; but as Sarah had yet twenty-four
days to serve in the calaboose, the Squire
advised the frightened woman to go home
nn'l take it easy for three weeks or more,
and then to call again and he'd panoply her
against the vengeance of Sarah, with till the
power and majesty of the law. Thus ad
vised nnd assured Mrs. Ji. hit the office,
greatly relieved even happy.
"Skinny" is the- unmusical nom do
plume by which a red-headed young man,
for mouths n resident of Cairo, was familiar
ly designated. Some time ago he wus lined
by one ot our .Justices for some misdemean
or, nnd given a stay, of which he availed
himself. He went to Cape Girardeau wliere
ho formed the aquaintance of a fisher
man's wife. On such familiar terms did
lie become with the latter, that, yesterday
morning, during the absence of the old
man from tho boat in which they were liv
ing, she cheerfully accepted Skinny's prop
osition to elope,' right then nnd there, be
fore the' old man returned. Scraping to
gether what money could be found in the
boat, which aggregated $19, Skinny and
the woman got into the skill', and started
down tho Mississippi. In an hour or two
the old man discovered what had happened
and tho DeSmet coining in sight, he was
soon ou board in full chase. At Commerce
lie saw the guilty couple nt the hank, seated
in the skill'; but at sight of the old man
Skinny didu't continue to sit in the .'.kill'.
As the cng"r husbund was in tie; ;u.t of
leaving the boat Skinny was seen "skinning
It" up the bank at a rate of speed that at
once admonished the fisherman ot tho folly
of an attempt to follow. As the DeSmet
backed out the "re-united couple" were
having it, hammer utid tongs; but what tho
finale was, remains to be ascertained.
Ignatius Ivonieris tho name of a middle-aged
German who has been loitering
about the city during the past four or five
days, in a frame of mind very unhappy if
not desperate. He speaks English very
brokenly; hut wo gathered lroni him that he
lives at Campbell Hill, ou the line of the
narrow-gauge; that he is married and owns
a farm; but finds it impo sible to live with
his wife because ot her ungovernable tem
per. Ou that account, as we understood
him, he h it home; and utterly wretched
without a homo, he has evinced a great
anxiety for somebody to blow his bra'us
out. He has hied to borrow a pistol, and
fliiallyibegged ono of the police to shoot
him tho next tune the contraband dogs
are killed. Yesterday afternoon Ivonier
was somewhat under the influence of
liquor, and oflicer Schuckcrs
thinking it probable that the f'.llow would
dispose of himself during the night, con
cluded to calaboose him. When on the
way to prison Ivonier concluded that he
wouldn't go,1iulcss the officer would agree
to shoot him when he brought him out.
To humor the fellw Schuckcrs finally
ugrecd that this evening, when it gets cool,
he would accompany the prisoner out in
the weeds, where, unseen by anybody, he'd
loan him his revolver and allow him to
shoot himself "Now that's nice," replied
the poor fellow, and after that he accom
panied the officer, cheei fully. Letters have
been written to his friends at Campbell
Hill, and if anybody can s for him. he will
probably be sent for.
Akk you afilicted with dizziness, or a
dull, heavy feeling throughout the torehead
and temples. This often indicates Torpor
of the liver, which Dr. Bull's Baltimore pills
will promptly run.'. Price 2.1 c.
Fur t'.i'' Cairo ISiiiietinC
11. spectrally li.'r'.ln d to Mr. a:.d Sir-. J. .1 IN t
mi tlie doth of their little ami -l rankle, wlm
d"p:irtv 1 litis lii". Au':.-t M. u.-'mI thru: y. rirf .
I A M
A t.nleni ndiir" fill the air;
Our heart will; ytu-f ate turn;
A laptii fruni out crnr fiM Im m:i .
And v In mrrmv ntonrn.
Oil! Aui' Iit, whs thy h'-ae!i above.
Of liUs no lln'oiai'Iele.
That thou i!ld-t ne-d thin jir.r'iu hoy -
While we ill eadtiena wi i p
I'ii'.M fear that florin and ti tnprM Li re
Jli'ht cruel to l.iin prove
And thi - 5 why you took hlui there.
Sale tby home of love?
):dt fear that noiue ynklnrlrivs" u'l'eti,
Mi'l.t Mrike with cruel dart
l)!d-t fear that we In Vtiitdm- even.
.Miyht wuimd hi tender heart"
Ii its' t know that In thy heaven of love
He would more iHUUteoun crow;
And thin va why you took him home.
No e;rl.'f or pain to know ?
Wh. n all in Mill within my nce.il.
Come hack thefweet ri p!
The opunii.i hud w ill now nnfuM
An an'el m the ky.
Safe lu the evcrlai'tliti: fold.
Wln re Joj -ae.perual rei.'L :
Joined with the loved one. core ltefnre.
Free from allyrlef and pain.
With beckoning hand- they cay to you
"Dry nil thone hitler tear;
lire Ion.' you too, will hid ailieu
To earthly joyn ami learn."
Pear father, mother, ejrthly friend.
When near the nhin'lii.' rhore,
They'll reach tu yon their willing' hand".
And cafe'y uuiile yim o'er.
Where you f hall live forevt rmore.
One ntintu' unbroken hand
Think of the hli.'n for you In More.
When you meet in spirit Land
Cairo. III. AnnnM 1'Hh. IsT'i.
Do not poison your little ones with any
soothing remedy containing Opium,
Morphia Paregoric. Dr. Bull's Baby Svruii
is warranted not to contain any Opiates or
anything injurious to the infant system.
SPECIAL EISIXFSS JTOTICKS.
Tf.s Cknts WoiiTit. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or n fashionable
hair cut for 2o cents, or anything else in
the toii.iorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
We have the sole right to manufacture,
sell or put up letter or note heads under
Hodder's patent. Any infringement on our
right will be prosecuted.
Tiik Caiuo Bci.lktin.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
r', " " " Note Heads.
.1 ." " Linen Letter Heads.
2,l4' " Linen Note Heads.
The lil'.sT quality of paper at prices of
the' cheapest grade.
5) pound statements all colors,
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 pound BBI Heads nil sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Puling and Binding, all kinds at Tun
Anti-P.KI.LUM Piuilis At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Slcinhoiise, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Hank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cent; Shampooing,
25 cciiM. Give him a call.
,M. AOVEI1TISEMENTH lu thU coliliiin. of
L llv.. II.,... . ...i ,.. ,11 l. null Mler! for "1
. ..... , i-mii ,i, iitpi. ,
renlH fvervlimerlloii; 8 month Itliout cuntiRe,,
$1.00 our month. Kucli additional line, 5 teiiis.
minimum wuniuu irui,
Fon BAi.K-Kmmratuly or totfether, a net of al nu-lu
Imniesa, a m)w,lmi!iryciiiUlon and ft htW '"t.
Apply nt Hullctin liliulery. Jon K Hhikk
II K APOCAUTKltH FOU KIN E A ItCH F.I' V HOODS
IIowh, Arroivn. Taraeta, HhoolliiK lilove. etc., at
C, W. JIKNDKKSON'H, Commercial nvcl., o. cor
ner Twelfth Htrect
Two alory hrlrk liouao, eiyht room, on Ninth
Mreet, otipoMlo l)r, DuunlDtf'n, Apply to A. .V.nrx,
r.l OhluLeveo. .
DlSSOLl'TION OK I'AHTNEItsnir
The Iiartuernhllt heretofore cxlMinK hciweet: Mr.
John .Mnjor and Monea Tennler In Ihla dav din
nolveil hy mutual consent, and all ctalmn due from
mid lo the II nil are iiHcmned hy .1 oh n Mnor.
Cairo, Il'a., ne. llith. tRTI).
JK01OSALS Foil CLEANING IIOAD.
J'ropamiln will he received until September IM
next, for cleiinlhi,' road, running from ''w nwither
ly ( ml of the approach to neiv lion brMu'e, i cio.n
Cliche river, up and ulonu nnil near nald Mream to
the Cairo and .lonenhoro road, accordlni; to nurvey
on tile In county rlerk'n oltlcu, and an liellcuted by
Milken numbered nud driven every lui feet ulnnu'
ride line. To he well cleaned W feel wide. u )
feet lu center of which i verythlne muM he cleaned
below the nnrfiice of the ground, and anv holes
canned thereby tilled up an that no ohntrucihiiin
w ill he cnio'ed to vehicle. Jlldn may be made for
all or any portion of mild cleaiilni 'hv the ai re or
rod. THUS. W. IIALLIDAV.
Chairman Comity Hoard Ale:.uuder Coia lv.
Cairo. Aiiimt Hu, is'.n
pifOl'OSAI.S Foil lU II HIMi NEW BltllM.li
1 OVE1I LAKE CHEEK.
l'roponal. lo he tiled with County Clerk, will h'f
received by the ( entity Hoard of Alexander Cor.nlv
llliuoln until o'cIim k a. m .Mmulav, September
1-t, next, for fun.inliint; all materiiiln and labor
fiecennarv to bitiid a new brhl.'e over Luke free',
on alro and .lonenhoro road, in natne location it
Speeuleatioii" may be obtained al nllli e of tinder
nicneil, corner Wanhimrtou iiwnnc anil Eighteenth
Mreet. In thin city, or Irom Saiinte HriityCoin
inlnniouer. at Elco, In thin roillltv
'lllos W. HALLIDAY.
Chairman County I!o..:d.
Cairo, 111., Aux. 1). IsT'.i
QAKL PETERS A- MiO.
DAILY MA BEET,
Of al! kind
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Ei-hth treet. bet. Com. and W.iY ave.
J ji;iHHls delivered .o all purl- of the City fie.
ofcharL'ie 5AN1) "lc TO'TElTs!
TO THE TItAltE:-The live huine nun of tr
day are Martini: thene count-M. We are til" Oritfi
natorn anil Hi ahuariernl We have the o'.tlv two
Kxi i.tivt j ami l"c Jobhiti'.' Hounen in the'l' S
itT Send lor Catale'iie and particular JJ
AND -J is IIANDoLI'H STKEET. CIIICAi.O.
Alno ; and "J CliauUcy Street. lioMon
CI-& COW. Second St.
Foreign i.nd Donu ntlc dried and canned Fruit, aud
Yc.'etalih . Canned, dried and tall Fih. Pick
len. Saucen. Otic and Condiments. Soup
MulX DaUu;: I'owdern. ground and
whole Spleen Toilet and Laundry
Sietpn. Seedn. .lelllen. I'reervei
Fancy Oroccricn and Oro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
SEND FOB OUR 'GUOCERS' MANTEL."
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
xx tuk criV
(JOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth Mreet and l P.tii.st Til
Commercial Ave.. 1U1U, 1J1.
C. O. PATIKU cS CO.
5 S s
w a n
S I .s w
Corner Wnshlngton Avenue and Klijlit Htrwt.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A full and complete, anpply of tag butt of ill
kludi meat ulwuya ou hand.