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II. MARKAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Puysulau and Surjtou
one l0 OommitKltl etin. Residence corner
t'onrtctnith bu ud Wu litngtoB veuu, Cairo
U. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Omcic No. t Commercial Avenue, between
Sliftith aad ninth btraoU
jQR. W. C JOCELYN, ,,. .
0J??K:J!-Kl8htk Strvot, near Commercial Avenue.
rpnoMAS lewis, , . :
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.'
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorphani' Mu
tml Aid Society
J 1XEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avonuo.
POR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The KlfiJtiiit SliU'wlioi'I P:in2r Steamer
Leave Calm every afternoon ai S o'clock, for
Vadncah. Mctropoli sid wav landliiir. -'nr
ralijht or paMis appl)' to SOL. A. SIM En,
(AIRO cm FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June W, the boat will mako
he following trip:
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Foot Fourth at MUaJuri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g,
7 a. m.
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11 a. m.
2 p. m.
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UARBKCUE AND DASCK.
(J AXD BARBECUE
AND GROVE DANCE!
' TIIFR9DAV, AUGUST S8,
A day of ainuwrmeut and fim alive. Everyhodv
intwd to come. The celebrated LISCHNEt
HTHINO BAND, of Pnlaxkl comity, ha been eu-(fa-.'ed
for miimc. Aleo Flrini? Diitchmeti and other
niaemeutt. Come evcrybwly, and don't you
forget tl. .
:. M. BENNEFIELD, PAT. SULLIVAN,
a. J. aldkn, John hodoes,
A LEXANDER COUNTY RANK,
Commercial Avenue, and EifflitU Street.
K. DROSS, Pwldont
V. NKFi Ylco-Preoidfut.
H. WK LLP. Caeuler.
T. J . KEKTI1, Aialataut t'aahler.
P.BrOMCalro; William Klusro, Cairo j
Peir Nefl1. Cairo; U'illiam Woli. Cairo;
0. 34. Oatorloh, Cairo; R. L. Wllluprtcv. Ht.Lotlla;
K. Bnder, Cairo; " J. Y. tlemaon, Caledonia;
, C. 0. Patler, Cairo.
A OKNERAL BAXKINO BUSINESS DONE.
17 XOHANfiE aotd and honiiht. Intercut paid In
J the Savlnsa'Departnicnt. Collectlonn mado
uud all Wltitu promiitly atteuded to.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
' Gniro, lllinoiu.
; W. ?, HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlce-Pn-ildent.
WALTKK HYSLOP, tabtot.
. CTAAT9 TAT1B, W. P. UALLHlAT,
UINKT t. UM.UVKV, ' ' r t. H. Cl'NNlNUHAM,
0. V. WILLIAlmoN, UTtniXK BIKO,
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
DOT! OUT AND 80LD.
' Ik'pot'ita received and a general bankliig butlneai
FIOUK. GRAIK ASD HAY
Kiifst Cash Prlrp ,PaM for' Wheat.-
rhtian Vlrnirin? Mills
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ESTEKEJ) AT THE I'OSt OFFICE IK CAIRO, lh
LlNOIS, AS flEC0XD-CtiAS8 MATTKK. ' '
OFFICIAL FAFKBOF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning: Daily iu Southern Illinois.
810IUI Owns, I
Cairo. 111., Anguat til
Time. liar. Ther. Unm Wind. Vel WettUor.
7: am sn.ftl 71 TS Calm Clear
ll:i " - 4 M 8. 7 frnlr
tfan'p.ra i.JW m M S. Clear
S:4l " IW.I'J" H7 4') S. 7 Clear
Maximum Temperature. SI"-1! Minimum Tem
perature, tit Rainfall, O.Oi) ucl,,w. n jjy
8erir't Slatnal Corns. V. S. A.
L AND AROUND THE CITY.
Mr. William Naughton took a severe
coM, quito recently, Rml is now lying quite
Misses Maude Rittenhouse nud Edith
Martin left tho city ycstcrdiij', for Metropo.
is, whither they go on a visit to relatives.
John Tanner, the Demosthenes of
Greenfield's ferry lauding, was in the city,
yesterday, mingling in crowds that were de
lighted to meet him.
If it bo true that watermelon 6ceds are
worth fifty cents ft quart, in Memphis there
Is on opening1 In Cofro for some enterprising
chap to make a fortune.
The twenty -one colored occupants of
the Bnumgard house were ordered to get
out, yesterday it being the purpose of the
owner of the building to tear it down.
Mr. S.Walters' white collar planing mill
has been giving out volumes of smoke and
steam, and a din, buzz and clatter indica
tive of busy times, for several days
The bawd who tried to poison herself
Sunday night, because she had been deserted
by u railroad "friend," renewed the attempt
again Wednesday night, and was again un
Jake Corbett, son of Thomas II., of
Blandville, lias been appointed to the posi
tion of private secretary to Governor Black
burn, and has gouc to Frankfort to enter
upon a discharge of his duties.
Mr. Jim Sampson has been selected
for the position of watchman on the quaran
tine boat an easy, body resting situation
now; but one that may become w hat in
surance men call extra hazardous.
John Thomas, of Villa Ridge, says he
never knew that loculity to be so sickly ns
nt the present time. The ailments are not
of a fatal character, but an unusual number
of people tire iu the hands of the physicians.
A good looking, jaamanied shoemaker
received a mysterious package, on Wednes
day evening, and on' opening it, found him
self the possessor of a calico neck-tie
about the size of the screw-propeller of tho
tug Anadne."'.' ";
The. wretched old frame rookery on
Twentieth, between Washington and Poplar
is liable to tall down at any movement.
When we remark that negro families refuse
to occupy it the reader will at once under
stand its condition.
-The quarantine guards who watch the
levees at night.build bonfires at stated inter
vals, and are thus enabled to see all the ob
jects that cross the levee. As the guards
are few and far between the idea is a good
one, and quite ingenious.
' The Egypti ui mills', idle since Monday,
raised smoke and steam, yesterday morn
ing, that indicated a resumption of business
which means tuc auumon oi lour or live
hundred barrels ol flour and meal to the
daily products of Cairo's industries.
An enterprisiug citizen has established
a very respectable vegetable market on
wheels, and is fit the doors of his customers
wilh it every morning. It is a yood idea,
nud us his prices are the same that govern
in the family groceries, our citizens de
cidedly approve of it.
Several of our citizens have committed
their horses to the hands of a professional
trainer. Some of the animals are develop
ing very creditable speed. Mr. Lowe, the
trainer, takes a small drove to tho park
courso every morning, and puts them all
through the prescribed routine.
vcapt. Clm. O. Patier, of the New York
store, leaves for the East this morning to
purchase his fall stock. That work con
cluded he'll tako a run into IVnusplvania
to see his folks, from whom he has been
separated for a number of years. If any
men in Cairo are entitled to a season of
relaxation tlioso men are Putier and Wolf.
Country people in want of "blooded
dogs" rarely fail to visit the dog pound,
and from those under sentene of death.
make their selection. Many nn egg-suck
ing cur, and mangey llste have been car
ried off by farmers, who felt nssured that
they were tho lucky posiessprs of lordly
mastiffs or Lnghsh terriers.
Tiie steamer Grafton halted in the river,
yesterday, and startled a passenger ashore
iu a skill"; but as be had no bill ol health be
was not permitted to land. About the
same time a telegram was received from the
tatiou below stating that inasmuch as the
Grafton had served as the yellow fever boat
at Port Ends, last year, she was not a safe
craft to have lying at the Cairo landings,
fcho was not permitted to land. .
The members of tho Cairo Jockey club
hold nn Informal meeting Wednesday night
imd discussed at length the proposition to
g( t up a series of ruees, soon, en a scale
that will bring to ouroity, all tho horses of
rtitJ Id th" ci-virtiy. As three thewaud
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKMNO, AUGUST
dollars, each, Is the least uin that wil
bring Rams and Hopeful intd our ring,
we'll probably have to forego tlnj pleasure
of seeing them in Cniro.( But the boys can,
and wo hope will, get up a norso pro
gramme creditable, to tho club and inter
esting and profitable to our jieoDle, (
The regular weekly temf cranco meet
Ing will bo held in Reform jkall, this even
ing. It was announced last1 week, and it
is still expected, that tho lately ; reformed
Baptist preachor, the Rev. I Mr. Maxwell
will address the club to-night. If he docs.
our people ought to be there to hear him
If ho does not, they ought to be tlisre any
how. The meetings never result in failure
The Paducah News, of Tucsdy, says
Mr, L. B. Church, passenger ticket agent ot
the Cairo nnd Yinccnnes railroad, whoso
headquarter .arc at Cairo, is in tho city,
looking after the interests of Ins road. lie
offers inducements to passengers and travel
over this routo to New York, and all the
eastern cjties which it will -be well for
everybody to consider. The passenger rates
are far below those by auy other route.
I lie Italian ot two years ago
trundled a hand cart, and sold ice cream.
So does the colored man of to-day. The
Italian nunounced his coming by blowing
a tin squawker, that gave out a 'noise nt
once villainous nnd head-splitting-. The
negro of to-day blows the same kind of a
s.'itiaker. The Italian of two years ago
married two women nnd was sent to the
penitentiary. The colored man of to-day
must look out !
A negro wood-hauler felt greatly out
raged, yesterday, nt the treatment he had
received at the hands of n white man to
whom he had delivered two loads of wood.
He hauled three-quarteis of a cord at a
load, lie s:dd. and the white, man agreed to
it, yet that ''crooked white man" Mused to
pay for a cord and three-quarters of wood.
Illustrate the matter, as the bystanders did
in a dozen ways, the negro couldn't under
stand it, and "religiously believes that he
was cheated out of a quarter of a cord of
A report is current tt the effect that a
Memphis .refugee reached C.tir three or
four weeks ago, remained lu re eight or ten
days, making his headquarters on Eigh
teenth street. 'A week or ten days ago he
left Cairo for St Louis, arrived in the last
named city sick, was sent to the hospital,
and died of yellow fever. Admit that
ev. ry detail of this rejiort is true, it is only
confirmatory of what we already knew to
lie true, viz: that Memphis refugees leave
home sound and well, sicken and die of
yellow fever at points hundreds of miles
away, and communicate the disease to no
body else. There have been scores of eases
of precisely such a character.
If your stomacht; and nervous organ
ism are calling out for stimulants, and a
good cup of strong, hot coffee fails to arrest
the longing and dispel the feeling of pros
tration, you are in a deviiisli uiu way, and
your greatest need is a knot of red or blue
ribbon in your button hole. Coffee, says a
gentleman who knows what lie is talking
about, is a corrector of indigestion, pro
motes healthy circulation, nnd there is act
ual nutriment in n cup of coffee. Coffee
nnd inuleJ were the dependence of the
American soldiers during the rebellion. If
either had given out the result would have
been in doubt. The men and women who
have- so abused their stomachs that they do
not enjoy a delicious cup of hot Java are
to be pitiedis they are depiived of one of
Haudbills ure posted here and there
all over the city, notifying boys nnd all
other persons t beware, that to tear down
or deface a posted notice is a misdemeanor
punishable by tine and imprisonment; ami
that the law will he rigorously enforced
against the offenders. . About two out of
every three of the handbills are torn in two,
or scratched or defaced beyond recognition;
and that's the way the boys herd the ad
monition. But seriously, wanton destruc
tion of posted notices by mischievous boys
deserves prompt and severe punishment.
To such an extent has the mischief been
carried that nobody, who posts a hundred
bills in the evening.-cxpeets to find 2." of
them in a legible condition in the morning.
Tlie guilty rascals should lie punished with
out mercy. Warnings are thrown away on
('apt. Newman, of the Champion, and
Mr. McCullough, pilot of the Kisk. met on
the wharf boat, yesterday, when the captain
asked McCullough why, alter whistling, lie
didn't permit the Champion to pass the
Fhk, at the Grand Chain, the other day?
McCullough replied that he left plenty ol
room; to which the captain rejoined that
there was not room and that he, McCul
lough, certainly knew it. The d d lie was
MoC'ullouyh's answer, and a movement was
made ns if thcre.werc a puriwe to follow
the word wilh n blow. dipt. Newman then
drew his revolver, and Officers Pult,m ftn,j
Sohuekcrs interfering, prevented active
hostilities. Both parties were talo n before
Squire. Robinson who lined thein
nnd costs, each, for disorderly conduct nn
additional finoof 21 being imposed
Capt. Newman for carrying concealed
weapons. Fines and cost all paid.
Many years ago, when many of our
present fathers were lads, much given to
shinny and kilo Hying, the Catholics aiid
South Star Baptist congregation, cimli, com
menced Jhc erection of a chinch edifleo of
good ditfdnsions and no mean pretentions.
Thy foundations were prepared nt nn out-,
lay of several hundred d'Mirs. nal ihrro
the work stopped. . It is said that tho
work was performed under a stipulation
in tho deed of conveyance that building
sliruld bo commenced witthln a specified
tunc; it was discontinued becauso of a want
offunds and tho absonco of further require
ment in tho deed that tho work should bo
prosecuted to a reasonably early 'comple
tion. It is more likely, however, that a
want of money explains tho whole matter.
Iu a few more years tho foundations will
bo .worthless. If built upon, soon, they
could be utilized. What's tho pro
gramme? ' .
A STORY OK SUFFERING. WRONG
THE LXI'EHIENCE OF A CALIFORNIA WOMAN
WHO HESl'ONDED TO THE CALL KOlt
VELI.OW KEVEIl KCIISI'.S, AS DKTATHKIl
B.Y HERSELF SHE VISITS HT. LOUIS.
COLLMIICS, PAPUCAII AXD CAIRO, AM)
MEETS TRoYW.ES AND TRIALS EVERY
WHERE. If the story of Mr N. L. Sherwood's
sufferings, wrongs, trials, temptations and
tribulations, as recited below, by herself, is
true, her virtue is impregnable and her love
ot life wonderfully strong and tenacious.
While the recital of her sufferings and
wrongs is well calculated to arouse sym
pathy, the thoughtful leader cannot resist
tho suspicion that all the facts are not
stated. To yield the story, as told, implicit
belief, is to agree that Mrs. Sherwood is a
hardworking virtues ami deserving woman,,
.and that all the peoplt with whom she has
had to do, -with one single exception, are
monsters in human shape. As the list em
braces many of the leading men ot St. Louis
Columbus and Paducah, the reader will
halt, and ask for further proof Ih fore be
will join. .Mrs. S. in that conclusion. But
tlie woman has suffered wiong, and has.
most likely, invited insult. Tint
she i resentful, crops out here
and there all through her communication;
and that she is contentious is rendered
manifest by the number of law-suit that
she, a stranger, has felt called upon to
institute against strangers. But, as we said
at the onset, theft is much in her statement
to arouse sympathy, and it is in the hope
that some generous soul will aid her in her
present 'pressing need, that we give her
story to the public omitting, for obvious
reasons most of the names c.f the parties
upon whom she charges her misfortunes,
her wrongs and indignities.
"Paducah, August l'J, 17(.
Editor of the Cairo Bull. -tin:
l;i:sTKcn:i Sin. Ob-erviug that Mem
phis is again calling on the North lor help
for her yellow fever sufferers, I have a story
of wrong and suffeiing to relate, that may
serve to open the eyes of .some who, other
wise, might respond to the present call
I am one of the nurses who started on
the 11th day of September !at to go to
Memphis to nurse the siek. I Nwas living
in Los Angelos. California, and I did not
make up my mind to go until the call was
issued for nurseswho had had tlie fever. I
obtained a pass from Los Angelos
to St. Louis, paying all other
expenses out f my own money.
I was roblicd of my pocket Ixiok before I
reached St. Louis, and as' my pass ran out
there, I called on Mayor Overstoltz for a
pass to Memphis. He simply asked me my
name, and then insulted me by telling me
to leave the office and never to show myself
there again, as he knew me for a "fraud
and a swindle." I then went to the Masonic
Hall, ami made myself known as a Mason's
laughter, which I am. I showed Mr. J. I).
V. mv letters of recommendation, and he
at once telegraphed to the Howard asso
ciation at Memphis to send men pass. 'Mr.
Langstafftelogrnphed back that he did not
want any nurses! And there I was, in a
strange city, without one cent with which to
pay board or get out of the city. I am a
Iressinaker, and I tried to get employment,
but there was no work at any price lor a
stranger. I finally got in debt $ 10 for my
board; an I was well nigh desperate when
, of Columbus, Ky., sent forme to
come and do his wife's winter sewing,
promising to send for my trunk which I left
to secure my board, nt the end of
a week or two. I took a change ot under
clothing and started for his house. I
worked lor this man one week and then
asked him to send for my trunk. He re
fused, and when I got through he fuuU
not pay me, and I had to put my claim
into the hands of the City Marshal, who af
ter four days reported that two dollars was
all he could get out of him. 1 then came
to Cairo, I could not get back to St.
Louis. I hail no money to pay my way,
and no onu would give mo a pass. 1
looked fur work to do, and Mrs. , Mrs.
and Mrs. hired me between them.
three weeks, at the end of which they paid
ine only $4.r0. I could not reach St.
Louis with that sum, and I could find no
work by which I could increase it. If you
will inquire of the ladies named they will
tell you I uni a lady, nnd do good worl
Acting upon the advice given me came
to Paducah one of the most God-forsaktn
holes I ever saw. I have been treated
worse han u dog by the pGiplc, three of
whom owe me $M for work, and will not
puy mc'a liickle. I arrested them and lost
it all. . t x
, I have been away front 'St. Louis since
the 28th day of January, and my
trunks are there yet. I am near
ly naked for clothes, and no one will help
mo to get work. I have failed on tho
County Judga for help nnd protection; but
I could got nothing. I then went to Masons
and asked them for help. Ono of th"in,
Mr. , tol l mo lie wmiH loan me f 03, so I !
could got mo room and live until I could
get work. He thou gave mc an order to a
hotel for ft week's board. I had been at
the hotel three days when ho called aud
asked me to take a public woman in my
rooms, for a friend of his, and because
I refused to do it, he then told mo that ho
would neither loan mc tho money nor pay
my week's board. The next day the land
lord came to my room, and becauso I
would not submit to his base proposals, ho
caught hold of me, tore the sleeve out of
the only dress I have. This man had read
my letters of recommendation, and said
they ought to command respect anywhere. I
left his house, and called on who advis
ed me to arrest tho landlord, nnd then he
went to tho Iimdlord and told him to
compromise with mc or I would
hurt his business. Acting on this sug
gestion the landlord came t) mc nnd of
fered me three dollars if I'd say nothing
about liiswttack upon me. I refused it,
and toltS liiin I was no blackmailer, nnd
that iI could stoop so low as to blackmail
a villain and a libertine it would not be
done on so small a scale. I then visited the
, minister; showed him n letter I had
from Rev. C. A. Batenian. He replied he
could do nothing for t:t", didn't know
whether the Rev. Batenian had written the
letter or not, and then slammed the door in
my face. Almost heart-broken and des
perate, and so sick I could hardly bold up
my head, I sat on the steps of a neighbor
ing black woman's house until 1'.' o'clock
I have been insulted and slandered by
men iu Paducah for no other reason than
because they ceu'.d not make a pubii.: pros
titute of me. I have done nothing to dis
grace myM'lf, yet the vilest word is too good
I am at the city lmir.-hal's bouse and have
been for t wo months. I w.mld have starved
to death in the streets had
it not been for this good man an 1 his wife.
I have no moaiy to recover :iy clothes that
are still in St. Louis, and I am a disgrace
to be seen. I am wearing a thick winter
dress that I put on over six month. , ago,
although I have earned enough money to
have kept Hie better clothed, but I have
been swindled out i f every dollar of it.
A si'lT.T OK IMl'oTEST RE-EXTMENT.
This is a pretty way for the people of
Memphis (h to treat a Northern ladv, alter
all the favors they have receive'! frm the
North. I only hope the North will not
give them another cent to save their lives.
Since the treatment I have received from
them I would not turn over my hand to ban-i-h
the scourge from their !a:ul. The same
man who tanned me to leave Los Angelos,
and to whom I charge all my trouble, is
again asking for money. It is not for the
sick they want it; but the thieves und rob
bers. I can speak from experience, as I
went through the epidemic in Galveston in
1807. and I know that more, die from want
of attention and starvation than from the
disease. You can write this up and pub
lish it, for there are lots of people
who know that it is true. I responded to
their call, nnd I have been robbed of my
rights and all my clothes, which were till I
had left me; and now they are trying to
rob me ot my character.' Be it said to
their eternal disgrace, I have bad married
men of this town come to mc Itnd tell nie
to my face that they would help ine if I
would sell my body to them; but that,
otherwise I might starve in tho street.
I am Respectfully,
Mrs. N. L. Sherwood.
Mr. V. D.
Story it Camp. Chicago and St
largest piano house in the West.is in the city
for a few days. Those contemplating the
purchase ot a piano or organ, will do well
to see him. . ('bickering. Decker Bros,
Muthushcke and the Story fc Camp pianos,
Estcy and Story organs. Can be seen at
Ten Cents Worth. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2." c ents, or anything else in
the toiisorial line, remember the place to !
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 1-12 Commer
cial avenue. .
Anti-IIei.i.cm l'iiicKs -At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Sti inhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Lank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shitp, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory work. Prices? Shaving. t 10
cents; Hair-cut, .') cents; Shampooing,
2."i cents. Giv him a call.
WHEREAS. William W. Thornton nnd Martini
M. Thornton, by their certain 'I'm! Died dated
May I lut 'Jolti. A. I). Island recorded in the Record
er olllce In Alexander County. In ltook"V." I'le.'e
"is I. .' and ;! did convey Inthetinder-b.'iieil a Trustee
the premises hereinafter described lo centre the
payment of seven pronilsory mile for the iun of
one thcitiHimd (l(KHi) dollars each and Durable re
spectively In four i-O live oil ii- ilJiHivcn "(7)eij.'ht
(Si nine und ten (Id) yenis lioin dale, with Inter,
epf nt the nit'i or leu per lent per annum, pnvnhlc
Heini-njiimiilly from ditto and wheren tivu i.'i) of said
notes are now due and unpaid vvlih interest on
same from tho Tali ol Mnv A 1) 1s:.l to ihi-.ini,.
Ami n heron the le;:.d holder of said note tin
culled upon the undersigned in ell the pionilsi s
hereinafter described lo satisfy said notes nud Inter
est. Now therefore In piir'uanco of the term of
Fain men oi jrusi ine undersigned win,
ON THU RS DAY TH E ITU DA Y OF taEl'TEM RE II,
A. D. lsrii.
between the hour of ten (III) o'clock A.M., nnd 5
o'clock I'. M. of said day, on tho premise herein
ufler described In thecliy ot Cairo. Ilia., proceed
lo sell nt public vendue to the highest bidder for
cn-li, the following described Runl Entitle, to-vtit:
Lola number lilno tfllten (10) eleven (1 1) twelve(H)
and thirteen (1:1) Iu block number sixteen 0) In
the fled addition to lite city of Cairo, Ililnol, a
platted by the Trustee of Culro Clv Property,
situated In the County of Alexander, lllinoi. aud
nil the rielila and equity of redemption of the raid
William Thornton nnd Mart tin M. Thornton hta
wife, their heir, executor, itdinlnlstrntor. nnd a
Kiiat therein, to autisfy uld trust and nil coti and
expetisi t of exectttlnif thi'snnit'. .
H E. MARSHALL, Trintce.
iii'rlnneid, 11!.. Jiiiy Wh, lb?'. , ,
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS la t!il "f
Bve line. 0ttrh or let will bo P "',' ?, -?
cent every lnriion; U month without tliaupn,
$1.00 m-r month. Each addjttonul line. c''ul,,
hltiiatieui waniod free.
Fon SAia-Senaruteljr or together, a et of alniflo
liarnesa, a new, busey ctuhlon and a Iwkk.v wUll'.
Alvat HiillHin hlndurv. Job E. Bckks.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE ARCHERY OOO.DH
llowd, Arrowa. Tan-ota, Huootlna (love etc., ut
C. W. HENDERSON'S, Commercial svet. .
ner Twelfth atrcet w
Two story brick lioiivo. elunt room, on Muth
treet. oppoDltu Dr. Dunuluu'a. Apply to A. h'.erx,
til Ohio Levee.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
The piirllierahlp heretofore dieting hutweeu Mr.
John Jlujnr und Mosca Tcier In this day din
ruhvd hy mutual coiimmU. mid nil clalmn due from
and to the 111 m areUKHimid bv John Malrr.
Cairo, 111., Ah ir. ll'ih.K9.
)lt01'OSAL-J FOR CLSANINO LOAD.
Propoaal will be r.Toived until Seplem'wr 1-t
next, fer c'.eauint! mad, riiuninu Itnm the earner
ly euduf the itppreaeh to lie iron bridge, iiciuca
Cnelie river, up i;nil along nnd near tnld .trt itm to
tho Culronud Junevtioro road, in cordlni; to mrvcjr
on Hie In comity clerk" otttre, and ft Indicated t
stake numbered and driveu emy lm) l-ist alenij
ride lir e. To ! well ('leaned mi feet wide. u'Jti
feet Ju (enter ofw l.leh everytliln? mu-t he cltr.bvd
below the urfai' of the (inmnd, ut.d any holi.
onxed I hereby filled up ao ti.al no oltar tl'iim
will lie caused to vehlele. ll'.iln may he umde for
all or any portion of mid c'euali.e; 'he the aire cr
rod. TIIOS. V. HAI.l.'lDAY.
Cutitrmnt: Comity Vonti Alexander Cov.My.
Cairo. Aua-t -Jr.h, Kti.
HllnPOSALS Foil 1H I1. DIM NEW" litltOtiU
1 OVER LAKE. i;iKK.
Proposal, to tie ulr'l wlia oiu.iv cKik. v. hi be
reci 1-,'itl by the !' tint y Hoard of Ah Aul.J. r County
lllinoi utitil si u'r'.'ii'k ft. to., .Voiidav, N-ptt:mrr
ll. ntxl. for len.ii.1,1115 ail materia! iii-d Ubi.r
iHTeii-nry to but;.! a new lui.! u'.' ou r L'ik.- Crv-1:.
on Cairo and Join't'.mro road.. In saaie location :.
Speiif.ialSie si ay be ob!
Nlvned. comer SV a-li! listen Mel ue nad Ei.-li!'-.. alii
treet. In thin city, or I: on, S imael Drill)' orn
!nitoitiT. nt Lie'.;, in tbl roe.Mv
THO.. W. tIAI.I.II'AV.
L'..:.:i::l!iii Coitti l'-"a.'l.
Cairo, I"., Aug. bi. Is?.'
CARL PKTKKS fc WHO.
Cf all l.:ie'
I'r. pri'-t'ir of
CAIRO POULTRY YARD,
Eljrbtl. stre. t. bet. Cow . am'. Wtsh. at. .
CAIlh). : ILLINOIS
red '.n a!i pirif of the City fuo
'f t -i,r.-e.
5 AXD 10c COUNTERS!
TO THE TRADEr-T'aeliv l.ii'r.c men of t':
day are Martinis thee counter. We ire tiie or;ci
tifitor and llendnaarter! We have the ei.lv two
L' -...1 I . . I ..l.l.I. . O ....... I..
1. 1 j. I. .j i.iu i' ifi'i'iiiii. ti'.'t.pe iu ii. i .
1ST .Vi.d fer Catr.Kfrc Mid p-r.Ic".lflr. gj
SO AND irj RANriOl.l'H fTREET. CHIi'AOU.
A10 'Si ar.d Chue.U' y btreet.l'.o.lon
tl-.!iti-e. The work I lifht and pleanaut. und
ncb any i.ne c.-u fo rlctt ut- Thoe wi.o am
wUe who oee notice will emi n tlielr addre.-en at
ouceand ee tor themelvt c'oc'iy Outfit and
term free. Now I the time. Tho already at
work are layhiunp larje t:m of money. AdJr,t
TRUE CO.. Albums. Maine.
XKW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth trvit nnd
C. O. PATIER Sc CO.
Corner WnsMncton Atenne anil Ei'ht St;.."d.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A full uud complete wpp'.y of the bet of all
kinds meat always ou haud.
J. T. WARREN & CO.
OU' V.fiW. Second St.
Foreign and Domestic di led and cntined Fruit a-jI
Ve:.'elableii. Calmed, dried and oll Flll. I'll k
les, (Sauces. Oil and Condiment. Sotiji
HiiITh, Unklsia Powder, protind aid
whole Spleen. Toilet nnd Lntiudry
tSonp. Seeds, Jellle. Preserve ,
Fancy (iroeerle nnd Cro
Stock unimrallclod in the West. ,
SEND FOIlOril "GROCERS' MANUEL."
a WEEK In tour own tnwn. n lift nn
capital riaked. Yon cnu (rite tho'
htttlnesa a trial without
Ttittltest opportunity ever oft'ercd for
thoSO tvllllmr tn unrli. Ynn hnlll.l
Nf try tiolhitiK ulso till von eo for vonr.
lelf what you can do nt tint Inisluc we oiler. No
room to explain here. Von cnu devote til your
time or ouly yonrjpnre time to the bttlne, and
tnak great pay for every hour that you work, '
Women make o much a men. Send for special
prlvaM termi ana pnrt:culnr, which wo tnalf tree,
fjlj outfit free. Dou'lcomplnUt of hnrd tltnea wbllo
you niT iucu a cnanca. AiWroM U. HALLETTIA
$r r r a month e-.mntei'd j ;: a
J1 li Iday t fcorue unite hy the Itiim
"l II l;rloi;. Capital net required;
f I t J we will Mart you Men. w often,
buy and "lil unilte mony fA
ter at wnrK fr e. tl.sn at aty.