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J II. BRYANT, M. D.
llKSIDKNCK:-Cortier NlnulortitU nd Waati
H. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic rfiyifian and Surgeon.
nut.-., 14d Commercial votiiuv Keld"tice corner
yoiirucuth St. J WaaUuclon avenue, 1. atro.
K. K. W. WHITLOCK,
UrineeNo tit; Cnmmvrrlnl Avtuuc, ltd won
KiKi'.h ami Mint i Mf"'
jjR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, hear I'pniincrcial Avenue,
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
on-'l K:-Wit!i t!ii Willow-' and Oorphan' Mu
tual A:d Swiftv '.
J IXEli.VIt & LANSDKN,
i W.CE-Nn. UlCimurrrccil A' emie.
JOR METROPOLIS AND PADL'CAII.
Th" ElopuilSi.leivh.-'l IVi-i-mit Steamer
l. 'uven Cairo even,' u!'t,Tii.im Kt 1 o'clock, for
lMueili. 'itelropoii ami way liindlin;. For
roiarht or pwasc apply to SOL A. SILYEK,
FURRY 30 AT.
QAIUO CITY FERUY CO.
On and.iRiir Monday. .Jutut l'i, tlie boat will make
he following Lips:
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Ftt Fourtti st. Missouri Lund's. Kentucky Ld'ij.
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11 a. m. tl: a. in. i m.
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n. m. :' a.'tn. I ) a. m.
:( p. iu. .):!() p.m. 4 p. in.
P.AltllKCl K ANI HANt'K.
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AND (Jl() VE DANCE!
A diy of amusement and Inu nlie. Kvenlnwlv
lnltil to I'lmm. The celebrated J.ISCllN Kf!
STKINU BAND, of Pulaski count, lum lieen n
Kacd for muaic. Alcu Flyln .' Dutchmen and other
ditnii"i'mi'nti Cotmi everyliody, aud don't urn
CM. IIKN'NKI'IKU, VAT. SI LI.IVAN.
A. J.ALDKN, .IUII.N ilUDii:s.
OOMMIShlOS MERCHANTS. .
ll.HHK HlNKLK, N. U. TllIMTtlWiMlll, J. II MlHJitE
Farmer's Tobacco Wait'house
No, k' aud l.T Commercial Avenue.
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tVl.lVcral Adviimcmctit made ou Coiiylii
iticnt of 'i'oliacci'. Kloiir. and (iralu.
If Aicuta for Hear, Scott A Co. t iirt lii nir tun
rhincH, portalile aw mill and 1 1 1 r li i ti l: cn.-liien.
Auent forChaniyiou luivetiu tuailiinci'. inowora
and Maporn .
KOMHLOU HI OS.,
'.nrner Wa.i.it(,ii Am iiuc anil Klyht Stievt.
CA1HO, ; ILLINOIS
A ftlll and complete MinM- he lit.t of all
kiid meal l y ou liuud.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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i.I.NOm, AS SECOND-CLASS MATTEIl.
OFFICIAL l'Al'HHOF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Serc'l Sljiml Corn. U. M. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
TIhto in ti largo ihtloffititm of country
jicojiloiti tl.c city, attcinlino; county court.
Tommy Wilcox is in the city, rqrc-
scntiiitj tlte slatiotn'iy lioti-ic of Schorl) Ho
lanil, St. Louis.
The Lailii'rt'C.T. U. will convene in
the Reform c.'ul) liall, at tlm usual hour,
James Coyle, ami John J I. Parker, of
Hopes' Park, were in attendance Uon
County Court, yesterday.
C. U. Htuttrt, the Eighth street dry
riKids'man, is olffor the East, to-day, to
purchase his fall stock of goods.
County Court, Judge Yoetini, jiresid
ng, convened yesterday r.iornini;. in pursu
ance of adjournment.
Dr. Novvatney, of Ueech llidge. was
jiumliercd among t'le country folks who
thronged the court lious.; yesterday.
Lest the Sim's oft-repeated inquiry:
"How do you like the weather, anyhow?"
fail of answer, we respond for The IU'M.k
tin force : '"So-so."
Dan. Hartinan's Imilding at ihc corner
of Ninth and Commercial will be 50 by 00
feet. Why may not an upper story bo con
verted into a ''splendid halli"
Young Snow's body was buried at the
Seven-Mile graveyard, yesterday morning.
Tie funeral train consisted of live well-
filled wagons an I coaches.
In answer to n very apparent need, if
not in answer to the suggestion ot The
IiCM.r.Tis, timber is on the ground for the
repair ot the High School gate arches, etc
Mr. Vincent has erected a wooden
porch or awning, if it may be so called, the
full side and front of his new building
verv desirable addition, either in winter or
Twenty-live car loads of Texas cattle
were on the Missouri bank, yctcrday even
ing, awaiting transfer to Cairo. They were
probably a'l brought over during the night.
Win. O'Calion. Jr., is developing con
siderable enterprise as a speculator in water
melons, buying them by the wagon load
and retailing them out, by tin; single one
or by the dozen.
Sheriff Hodges is making out a list of
his forfeitures to the State. Aside from
the forfeitures for rialtoad interest tax,
the list will be the smallest, we dare say,
that h;is been returned during this seventh
Missouri and Kentucky are pouring
their melons into Crtiro, for sale and ship
ment, by the thousand. The 4 :l!0 ferry
boat, yesterday evening, as the contribution
of n single trip, brought over nine wagon
Mr. (leo. Rumbold, of St. Louis, for
several years an employe of The Cairo Eci.
i.KTi., is in the city. George is now the
proprietor of a line book printing olllce at
No. l'2!i Washington avenue, St. Louis.
Mr. Hayes, general superintendent ot
the machinery department; Mr. Oxley, di
vision mas'er mechanic, and Mr. Schleck,
general master mechanic, were the occu
pants of the Illinois Central's royal enr that
arrived here Tuesday.
Ex-Mayor Winter will leave the city
this morning, on a business trip to St.
Louis. His ex-Hon. contemplates the anx
ieties and discomfitures of our authorities
iu dealing with our sanitary and quarantine
nee .U, with feelings of deep solicitude
"y-o u bet!" .
-It has been intimated to Dr. Ranch
that his counsel and services would be very
acceptable in Memphis. The Dr. is a tix
ture of the Illinois State hoard, and as he
ciui serve his State most efficiently by re
maining in Cairo, Cairo, of course, is his
proper Held of action.
More drunken men have been seen in
Cairo (luring tin; past three weeks, than
were seen during the three months previ
ous. There seems to be tin epidemic of
drunkenness. We are ijlad to add that the
per cent, of Cairoites among them is most
The neighboring village of Charleston
gives out every indication of substantial
progress. It lias completely drained Cairo
of its plasterers: I'urke, Mcliwcn, Hig,.
gins and Murphy, besides, the local force,
are all there and busy. Hawkins is en
Cairo frequenters of tin; Critt"iidei
Sulpher Springs, this season, will find the
old place greatly improved. The loy; huts
that surrounded three hides of the hotel en
closure have been supplanted by comfort
able board shmitics;thc hotel itself has
been supplied with upper and lower porches;
the old wiudowless and half-demolished
dining shed has bee fixed up, and the feed
js not a it once .was, cmtlu"d entirely to
bread and chicken.
fcAIllO BULLETIN: ' THURSDAY MOUMNU; AUGUST
- -itxrttps from Hodges' Park, "yesterday
informed us that a lg time is anticipated
there- to-day. Arrangements to feed a
thousand hungry men arc being made, mid
the indications are that the thousand hun
gry meu will bo there to do justice to the
Mr. and Mrs. S. T, Dennett leave the
city, to-day, for a sojourn nt the famed
Perry Springs iu Piko county. They go
for the bcnctlt of Mr. Dennett's health.
Perry Springs is a very popular resort for
invalids, is a beautiful location, and afford''
excellent oc.comniodations to visitors.
The fact that all the slops gathered
from the fifteen hundred homes of the city,
are hauled to the outskirts and thrown
away, ought to suggest to some enterprising
chap the establishment of a hog-fattening
yard There is an abundance ofslop hauled
out the city to fatten two or three hun
dred hogs. Rig thing, for somebody.
Wo heard it stated on the streets, yes
terday, that Chrissy Ranny. whose financial
straights seem so unpromising, will pro
bably work through his troubles, nnd have
a small margin left for himself. The
Bcr.i.ETrx, with Ids hosts of friends, iiope
that these conjectures may prove well
grounded. The Street Superintendent's gang was
at work yesterday digging ditches and
banking up the earth so as to prevent the
Hooding of the lower levels" ot the build
ings on Commercial below Ninth street, and
on Washington for a low doors below
Tenth. All of which is very proper work
for the city to perform.
Thomas McCabe, a steamboat hand,
was taken before Squire Comings, yester
day, to answer a charge of drunkenness and
disorderly conduct. H- explained it all
away but one dollar's wirth, and that sum
was charged up to km. Expressing a
willingness to leave tht city; the squire
gave him a reasonable tay ot execution to
enable him to do so.
Over three months ago John Ilaggi,
Koehler's Swiss sausage-niakcr, cut his leg
with a knife with which he was whittling
Not bestowing much attention upon the
wound, at the time, it became inflamed,
and lias kept him confimd ever since, lit
is said to be improving now, but at one
time Ins lite was held tore in the most im
Another brace of wantons were
arrested for stre't talking. If'icy
were able to make it tip
pear, however, that they were abroad
to attend to family matters, and were,
therefore, discharged. We have heard
much talk, of late, because of the bawds
that throng the streets. and their
No steam way raised in the box
factory, yesterday, because of the letting
down of the engine. As the construction
of ti log way is in progress that would
soon have necessitated a temporary cutting
off of steam, the letting down happened
quite opportunely. Full operations will
be resumed in a day or two.
Mr. Geo. Crosley of Tr.iy, Ohio, was in
the city yesterday, and called on the Bulle
tin. Mr. Crosley is traveling for Dr. White
of Indianapolis, taking oiders for medicines
and making contracts for advertising. He
is the right nun for the Doctor is about
the iivest agent that has struck the Bn.l.E
tis office in a long time.
One of the rules of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad excludes four-legged dogs
from the passenger cars. In utter contempt
of this rule, a large, broad-shouldered bull
dog, with red, lolling under lip, entered the
cars at Chicago, the other day, and appro
priated n whole seat, nesr the center of the
car, and rode upwards of a hundred miles.
The conductor respected the animal's mean
ing sniilc.and didn't attempt to disturb hint.
From an exchange we learn that hug
ging sociables are soon to be held in vari
ous parts of Johnson county. It is pro
posed to charge ten cents to hug any young
lady between Hi ami 20 years old; fit teen
cents for any between 20 and !!(); twenty
live cents for young widows; one dollar to
hug another man's wife; old maids, two for
a cent, and white female lecturers free, with
a chrotno thrown in.
A negro bov, seventeen or eighteen
years of age, known by the cognomen of
"Ooneral Grant," fell (afoul of a small white
boy, yesterday, and beat him savagely and
severely. The great inequality in the uge
and size of the boys renders the affair pecu
liarly aggravating. The mother of the
abused white boy sued out a warrant for
the negro's arrest, and the cause will prob
ably be heard before Squire Robinson to'
day. Complaint was entered before Squire
Robinson, yesterday, against a Mr. Kenne
day for playing the role of runner, without
a license authorizing him to do so. The
impression seems to prevail that the expres
sion of a purpose to take out a license,
serves the purpose of the license itself
that, when issued the license can he anto
dated so' us cover the time the runner
may have been operating. This impression
is entirely erroneous, of course, ami saloon
keepers! who so often act under il, should
bear the fact in mind. Neither runners,
saloon keepers nor any other person of
whom license is required, have any security
against arrest and punishment, except that
which the license itself affords. This lact
is worth bearing iu mind.
Alato hsuoot tho Hickman Courier con
tains the following, which applies quito i s
well to Cairo as to J Hickman : "The nconlo
of Hickman aro now reaping tho reward of
their sanitary labors, in tho general good
health of our people. Wo are now in tho
midst of the sickly season when chills,
bilious fever, etc., usually abound, but, so
lar, our people are healthy. All the neigh
borhoods around about us are afflicted to a
greater or lcfjs extent. We have chills to
the right of us, bilious fever to the left of
us, and in every direction the usual autum
nal diseases arc prevailing. In some neigh
borhoods malarial fevers have been very fa
tal, and look something like an epidemic.
Our freedom from such afflictions we be
lieve entirely attributable to the good sani
tary work enforced by our city authorities,
and heartily aided and carried out by our
In tho fact that Barksdalc, a Demo
crat, killed Dixon, another Democrat, Re
publican papers see nothing to reprove. It
is never spoken of as the crime of uu indi
vidual, which it really is; but is denounced
as the act ot the Democratic party of Mis
sissippi, which everybody knows it is not.
It was an affair in which only two men
were engaged; it is not shown that it was
counselled or advised by anybody; it is not
shown that any organization ot Democrats
or any individual Democrat nppltutds it;
and as the killing of Democrats by Demo
crats because of political or campaign dif
ferences, is a thing that is of as rare occur
rence South as North.it cannot be urged
that it is in conformity with teachings, cus
tom or precedent. The Republican at
tempt, therefore, to disassociate Barksdalc
from the crime, aud to charge the responsi
bility upon tho Democratic party of Missis
sippi, will prove lis futile ns it is absurd.
A small white woman, carrying a child
in her arms and closely followed by two
other little toddlers, walked ail the way
from the Fifth ward, yesterday afternoon,
to see n policeman. A year ago a man left
an empty barrel in her charge. A negro
woman living under tin; same roof with
her was about to move out. an I hud ex
pressed a purpose to take the barrel. She
didn't care particularly alx ut the ba:rel ns
a barrel, but what would the man think
should he call for it 'and find it
gone? She had always been an honest
woman, and could Lot bear the idea of be
ing suspected of infidelity to her trusts, as
she would be should that barrel be carried
oil'. The party appealed to gave her coun
sel that seemed to tit the cae, and with
her great burden in her arms and her tire i
little followers she made tiie trip homo
again, a happier woman than she came. If,
in that little breast there is not an honest
heart, honest hearts arc not to be found
A colored man, named J. J. Johnson,
was brought before Squire Robinson, yes
terday, charged with stealing a pair of
pants. During the morning he dropped
into Levi Meyer's store; bought a pair of
pants, and other articles, which lie paid for.
Seeing another pair of pants that he
coveted, be watched his opportunity, and
dashed them into his liosotn the negro's
cache, or usual receptacle for stolen goods.
J. J. J. was very sly:- but Meyer had
had dealings enough with strange negroes
to excite him to watchfulness, and he de
tected his customer in the act. He there
fore entered complaint, and the Squire
committed Johnson to the county jail in
default o! bail in the sum of $')0. Johnson
declares that he was, at the time of the
issuance of the proclamation of emanci
pation, a slave of President Johnson. He
spoke in most friendly terms of his old
master, and "would jump at the opportunity
to return to his old master and spend tho
balance of his days."
About four weeks ago a man named
MoLlligott, alias Sullivan, arrived in Cairo,
and cut a decided splurge, lie was about
thirty-two years of age, wore good clothes,
and stunning chin whiskers, was a good
talker and what "the boys" were prone to
denominate "old lightning" among the
girts. He had "cords" ot money, and ex
hibited to a party who won his confidence,
a carpet sack tolerably well tilled with
bunk bills. Ho bought a horse and buggy,
and after a tew days' slay crossed over into
Kentucky with his rig, and left the country,
i'lite recently a dispatch was received in
thecity, from ti point in central Illinois,
asking that Mr. McElligott, alias Sullivan,
he arrested and held, as he was wanted t
answer for stealing a pocket book, contain
ing live hundred dollars in money. But tho
telegram cnine too bto. The bird had
llown, and whither, no one knows, eveq un
to this day. Hi; was an accomplished
scoundrel, no doubt, and had accumulated
Ids pile of thousands, most probably, us he
obtained the fiOO.
Such of our citizens as recall the hand
some ami spiightly Rogina McOee, as the
Cairo girl of fifteen years ago, will discover,
from the expressions drawn from Mrs.
Rogenu Scoule, by tho Chicago Times inter
viewer, that much of theg'ul nature still
remains. Her perfect self-control under
trying circuinslances, and the disposition
to indulge iu self and family extollation,
am peculiarly characteristic. ('Jiving her
father a coinmodoreship in tho I'. S. navy,
is nisi characteristic iu so far n. it is in
dicative of a desire to make a good impres
sion. This, nnd her apparent anxiety t,,
keep Intelligence of the disgraceful affair
from licr uncle, (who, she was careful to
say, is a banker in an Illinois town) after
she had given her ijuidcu nam..., the uruuw
of hor parents, where they had lived, etc.,
to tho reporter of a widely circulated uews
pnper all this, wo repeat, begets tho
thought that tho government officials liavo
in charge the bright, proud, uncalculating
'Roey" of fifteen years ago, and not the
woman and mother who is nearing tho
meridian of life. The crime of which she
stands charged is a most serious one, nnd nil
her old acquaintances hero join most earn
estly in the hope that she may be able to
make good her promise to explain away the
ugly suspicions under which she rests, and
emerge from her difficulties abundantly
vindicated sans reproche.
SPECIAL UrsiXESS NOTICES.
I will DELtviiu to any part of the city a
good satisfactory one-horse load (.f Box
Factory wood ior.'iO cents, cash on delivery.
Leave orders nt Swododa's, store corner
Lightconth street. B. B. Lacy.
Ten Cents Wohtu. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2." cents, or anything else in
the toiMorial line remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's. No. 1 12 Commer
Anti-Belli'm Puk i -At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steiuhou-e, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customer.
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, nil
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
ctnts; Hair-cut, 2 cents; Shampooing.
2") cents. Give him a call.
Notice. To all whom it .mavC'inckhx:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
traded by any of its employes, or any one
connccto-l with the Bulletin, unless tin
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached t
the bill when presented, and no contracts
f..r advertising or jo!) work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bl l'.MlTT.
11 pound 01 1 Barrv Letter Heads.
M.; " Note Head.
r " Linen Letter Heads.
" Linen Note Head-.
The iikst quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
?t pound statements a!! colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
11 and 1(J pound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelop s at St. Lmiis
wholesale price-. Printing l.O0 extra.
Ruling and Binding, nil kinds ntTiiE
Wo have the sole right t iiianuf.ietun
s-llorputup letter or note bin 1-under
Hodder's patent. Any infriuganint on our
right will bo prosecuted.
The Caiuo Bulletin.
A Seaiicii Waukant allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gu
ret, und Lindsoy's Bhod Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes an i drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, En sipelas, Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or ou the Skin, Boils. Pimples,
we wairant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound mi l Powerful Tonic.
lor sale bv all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
R. E. Siai.mis & Co., Prop'rs, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Pro's Agents.
Save vocn childiikn. For expelling
worms from the system, Selhrs' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One tenspoonfu! pven to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 2 .".4 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Betij. Ly
tic, Union township. Pa. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Win.
Stirrer, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 2'. cts. R. R. Sellers A Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The tkitii is miohty and will prevail.
Thousands who have Used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will euro
the worst cases of liver complaint, billions
ness, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and till disor
ders resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all druggists. Price 2'i cents. R.
E. Sellers &, Co., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons say
l'I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they nut know
that Coughs lead to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when nil others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price
!"i cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the .Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
end debility when you can get at ourstorcs
Shiloh's Sytein Vitalize!' which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 75 cts. For sale by Barclay
"IIackmetack" it popular and I'rngraii
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Ik voc want to be well in spite of your
self use Kidney-Wort. Cures Kidney' dis
eases like a clianu.
Taken in tub act Sister Jones called
on Elder Smith a few evenings since. Be
ing a next door neighbor, she entered his
study unannounced, and was greatly
shocked at seeing him take it drink from
it suspicious looking bottle. He noticed
her look of inquiry and said : "This, Sis
ter Jones, is Tubler's Portaline, or Vege
table Liver Powder, tho only remedy I
have ever found for the many troubles ar
ising from u disordered liver. I can rec
ommend it." Price 50 cents. For sale by
Do We Believe in Witcii-Ciiakt?--"!
take the position that we do not, in its
broad sense, said r gentleman of years und
experience, and yet we lind many of the
present day carrying a Buckeye in their
pocket through a kind of superstition, when
they might be relieved by a low applica
tions of Table's Buckeye Pile Ointment "
This ointment is made from the Buckeje,
and is recommended for nothing else but
piles. Try it. It will cure you. price .10
cents a bottle. For sale by Barclay Bros.
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1 live linen each or h -swill he pt.VI-heil , ,r -J'.
cnt- t-i.-iv Insertion; :! month without c1nan: ,
si. in j'.-r iiniiith. Km h (iiidiiinnu: line, r, ci-i.t-.
Mtiia',UHii wuii'.e.l dee.
To the Ilil-.-'n!:.:. l-'lie Company No t: Annicil
election v. I'.l In- held Septi-mher s::,. !,;(
ANDY SILI.IVAN. S((. y.
Kb Sai.k s ;. ivit.iy or to,'.-fi.-r. a i-t of --i
lames, n i.e t.a.'.'y -i::.iou a:.d u laj?jv wl..
Apply at ItnKetin hinderv. .Tos E lli m.e
IlKAIujCAUTKlls rn; FINE A lit 11E!' OouDs
t.,!., Anowa. TiiiL'et, Shoot In;; i.iiive- etc . Pi
C. W. HK.NDEi:.u.. Commercial in i v -
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ftivet. (ijipenlie Itr. Daniiitc Apply in a .Vhii
i.l Ohio Luc
(ItOI'OSALS I'UK CLEAEl.M, IIOAD
l'repo.-ili will Ih- rec i-ued iii.CI S, te-n'.' : l-t
next, fur cii-ariiiK road, runniii.' troni te.e on'h' r
ly i ml ol ti.e approach tu i,e Iron lirii'.j,-, itir
Cicl.c river, up and alone; nnd near .aid -trtum to
the Cslroand .)one.'..oro road, aci-oidin to mr v
on Hie in t uunty clerk . i!tl,-. aud a- imlii-alvd Pv
st-ike- numlM-rei! ar:d driu-ii ev. ry pi f. i t aid.'
midline. Toll- well cli'n'n ) ii ;,-,-t wide, on :i
feet in enter ol w:.i. h c v erv th In niu-t In- e'enn-d
lieioM the .iirt ieeof the -roiltiil. and any ho1. -ca'ied
therci'.v 111 ' ed i.p Co Unit no olwtrtii .ion
will l.e can.ed to v.-hii I. . Hid. ciav ! fi.r
all or anv portion el -an! ( '.uini: W tt.e i,r
rod. TlKi-s y, HAI.I.IDAY.
I hairninn Conn'y l'.oird A'u Mm'.c r ( (;:.:
( a'.ro. Aaita-t iMth. Isl'1
1)l!lil'OSALSF(il! lit Il.tHNO NEW HEIIm.K
ON Ell LAKE CHEEK.
I'ropo-.-i!.. to liv t.leii w uh count) i. I'-rk. wi.! I...
received Py tii,- ( utility !,.;ird of Alexander Com t
ll!iiiiti until tto'rWk a in.. Mond.iv. Septctn'.i r
1st. r.ext. lor fiimi.liint' all materia:, ut.d In'-o.
in , e.Nary to Imlld a new I.iPIlv over Ln-c Cr-ek
on ( airo and .lom-lKiro road, la fame location u.
pres. -tit hrirt
Specif." nfot' may !.e c'lt itt.t-d at efff of itndi -
jtn-il. eerie r Wa-n'ie.'ion a-o-t.ne and E c-.t. i nth
.tre, t. in thl. city, or from Stmut-I Ilrr.e) i.m
inl-siotir. i't Eld. in th" county
ilius W. IIALI.II'.W.
( liairnsu County lioar-!.
Cairo, 1: . Ai:- 11. 1-;.,
ti 1 1-:
.l.T. WARREX.V CO.
lU-tV Or. W.Sm.mlSt.
Korean and Domctic dried and t :int.e"l Fruit, and
VcitctaMc.. Canned, dried and nU Fih. IVk
I. Sn nee., Oil- and Condir-.K i.t. soup
t all-. IPiklt.x I'orter, troiind aid
whole Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soap- S'-ed-, .lellii . I'nai-rv.--Fancy
dux i rien and On.
St'Kk unparalleled in the Wc-t.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL."
TfOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FORGE.
Vl'LCAX IKOX AVoiiKS
9.1 OHIO I.EVEF.. CAIUO, II.I.s.
John T. Keimie,
HAVING i t:ihl:-lii d hl.worka at the iihove met.
tinned place is Letter ptipnn'd than ever lor
maniifacturlUL' Steam Enu'ine. and Mill Machiner,
Having a Steam Hummer and ample Too!., if,,
niatiulai turi' of all kinili" of .Mucbitiery. 1ailroad,
SteamlMnit and llridL'e Foriiluea made a rteciultv.
E-peclal attention jjiven to repairs ol t: -Im-- J.i.J
lira.. Castiiif. of all kind- made to ordct
Pipe Klttlnir in aU I', branche.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITAL, 8 100.000
V. I'. HAI.I.IDAY. 1're.i dent.
II. I. HAI.I.IDAY.- Vice l're-idelit.
, WALT Elf HYSL0I',( aslm-r.
. STAATS TAVI.OII. W. IV IIAI.I.IDA V,
1IKNIII I.. IIAI.I.IIIW, K. II. (TNNINOHAM,
O. II. VVII.I.IA.M.OM, STM'llr.N lllitll,
II. II. CA.NIIKK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
llOllillT AND SOLD.
Depiislts received and a L'etierul liutikliii: Iiusltiisa
EEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Coiiiinorcia! Avenue ami Eighth Street.
K I1KOSS. I'ri'Klik'tit
I' N EKE, Vlt'i) l'ro.ldent.
H. WELLS, ( ashler.
T. .1, KEHT11, ANslutiwl Ca-lilur.
K. linns Culm; William Klilite. Cairo;
l..i..r ',.ir t'lilm. U'llllnui Wolf. Cairo:
C.M.O.Ierloh.Ciilro; It. I HlllluHiv, St,l.in;
K. liuiler. ciilro; ,i. -, cimiison, i nienunni,
C. 0. 1'utlcr.Ciilro.
A (i EN REAL IIANK1MI Itt'SINKSS DONE.
IxVlIANdEoiildaiKl houulit. Interval paid In
!i the Hnvlnira Denailmeiit. Collection" "iiid'l
nnd all liiltilnm". promptly attended to.