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' THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; Fill DAY Af QKIN I3N C-f AUGUST 29. 1879.
NiOFKSMOrUL CARDN-. PHYSICIANS.
BltYANT, M. I).
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
omCK: Kls;ti!l and WwUlngton Avenue.
RESIDENCE :-Coruer Nineteenth and Wa.n-
y II. MAKEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic physieiau and Siiryoou.
Otfica 140 Commercial avonne. Kesldeuce corner
Kiniruentb St. and W aaliliieton avenue, Cairo.
J)R E. W. WIIITLOCK,
(ifFiit-No. IV! Commercial Avenue, between i
SlyBtti and Niqh street
F.NTEKKD AT THIS POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, II,-
I.INOIS, AS SKCOXD-CI.ASS MATT Kit.
OFFICIAL PAPERO.' ALEXANDER COL'NTY.
Only Moniiiijr Daily iu Southern Illinois.
Caiko, l!l August s!. IbTII. (
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Iltir. Tliur. Hum
W ind. U Weather.
.Maximum Temperature, slo; Minimum Tem
perature, (MS ; Halnfall, 0 w lucli.
Vt . 11. I. A 1 1
Sers'l Slenal Coma, U. S. A.
13 K NT I ST.
cFFIi'S Eijhtli Street, nea.-Commeretal Aveui.o.
IX AND AROUND THE CITY.
NOTARY PL' I! LIT.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: Willi the W'iiiiiwrt' and Oorphans' Jiu
t.vuKK'A jSji'lt'ty. :
J INEdAR & LANSDEN,
OFVtCE-Xo. Ill Commercial Avenue.
jpoi: METROPOLIS AND PADL'CAH.
The Kh MHIJ I SiJeWheel Pauseiitfer Steamer
Ssi CHAMPION &u
Leave Cairo every afternoon at o'clock, for
Vidueali, vHitnipolia and way landiue". For
tx'.-iM or pn-tna-.'e apply to SOL A. MI.VEK,
(jAIUOCTTl FERRY CO.
Ou and after Monday. Juue Hi, ttiu boat will make
the following trips:
LEAVE!, I.KAVP.S I.KAVES
Foot Fourth t Minnouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'c-
7 a. ai.
s a. m.
It a. m.
i p. in.
:M p. m.
.5 p. lu.
7:30 a. m.
II:) a. m.
II :M a. m.
fi:: a. m.
S a. m.
I.i a. Ui.
S p. m.
M a. m.
4 p. in.
lism Hinklk, N. II. Tii isn n wood, j. H. Moohb
HlXKLE, Til ISTLEWOOD
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
Nop, 125 and 127 Commercial Avenue,
VLIlieral Advancement made ou CohsIlm,.
rocnt. of Tobacce. Flour, and Oraiu.
WARi ntii for Gear, Scott & Co. tbrenlilne ma
filmed, portable taw mill and threnbiun enulne..
Aii-nta forChampion harvesting nucuiues. mowera
-Mr. 0. V. McCiimmon is in the city
visiting his son, M. E. McCammim.
-Mr. George will be fit home to-dny or
to-morrow and will occupy his pulpit, moru
ing nml evening, next Sabbath.
Old Mrs. Bono, no old settler of Alex
ander c'ouuty4 died nt her home, neat
Cache, on Tuesday last.
Mr. Joe Smith is installed liehiud the
counters of the New York Store a position
for which his good address and activity of
motion peculiarly tit him.
Messrs. Jlalliday llrothers are covering
the sheil portion of their large warehouse
below the St. Charles, with tin. The main
structure is shingled.
-A new industrial establishment is
Mark Cain's shoe shop that is about to set
up ono door above Clancy's on Commercial
and Twelfth. And so we grow.
Our immediate neighbors, along side
of us. have, unitormly, been such will dis
posed people that we have concluded to
say nothing about their clatter, of vester-
A third boy to Mr. and Mrs. Mat. Fulton
a bouncing eleven pounder, who opened
Ins eyes upon the world, yesterday morn
ing, is an announcement we make for home
--At the novel ratlle of which we spoke
yesterkay, Oley Walsh won the Poland
China pig by a throw of 42, which was
the highest, and Tim Cahill won the pup
with a thrnv of 2l, which was the lowest
James Smith, of the firm of Smith &
Urn., is in St. Louis purchasing goods,
which will commence arriving in Cairo in a
few days. The firm will, then, as has been
their custom, li t the public "know further."
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fPIIE TTY VATIftM i r iiavi.-
W.P. HALLIOAY, PrenMent.
H. L. HALI.I1MV, Vlie-Prenidenl
WALTER I1Y.SLOP, Caihler
- ii. iu.iAnof.1 KTnentN ami),
Kxt'lianire, Coin ami Uuttetl States Bonds
UOVliHT AND SOLD.
cote'd.'m'lv0'1 a"A snvn ,,s,1,ilK Muw
LEXANDEH colnty hank.
ACwimivrrlul Aveuu, pd Kljrlitli Stm-t,
K. DROSS, Prenldent
P. N EPF, Vlie l're.lcleiit.
It. WEI.I.H. Cacliler
T.J KERTU, Aumrtanl Ca.liler.
1. Ilwi Cairo: William Kliiire. Cairo;
IVttr Ned', Cairo: Will lion W oil, Cairo:
'.M Oflerloli. Cairo; It. I llllliiuMey, st I.oiiIk:
K. l.uifer, Cairo: J. Y. CtetiiMiu, l aledunlai
C. 0. Palter. Cairo.
A (il'.NKRAL BANKINO lifSlNEsS UU.NK
IXniANfikwiMnnd boiiulit. Inttreat paid In
J ibu Havluit leirtinetit. Collei'MuU" made
AMI all bnalM-oe ptUOi;'!., aftei.(!e.l
Duncker arrested Audy (tiim and
Wiley Es(tie, late Vedncsday iiiht for
drunkenness. They were taken before
Simire Hobinsoii, yesterday, and lined ?1
costs, each. Wiley paid, ami Andy took
three days in the cooler.
The Central Archery club, nt its meet
ing last night, decided to postpone its next
meeting until Wednesday afternoon, Sept.
3d. aT.'J o'clock, to meet at the park, when
the best scorns made, will Iioid the offices
tor the month of September.
-Mr. James Withrjw, who works in Le
high's sawmill, at Dird's Point, came across
the river yesterday evening, with his right
tliumi) sawed or torn off, and his hand oth
erwise injured. In what manner the inju
ry was inflicted, we could not learn.
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i in re vM ie sixteen uuiics present at
the meeting of the W. C. T. U. yestcrdav
afternoon. ' After a pleasant meeting it was
agreed to add an attraction to the club meet
ing ot next Friday night, reticulars will
be made knuwn in due season.
M. E. Mi'Camnion, on Washington, a
lew doors below Tenth, has purchased
some extra tim cattle, and feels confident
of his ability to serve his customers with lis
choice heel as van be found in Cairo or
eiwwhere. Served in quantities to suit,
an 1 delivered in any part of the city.
A ear lotd of Cai mites loft by the nar
row gauge, yesterday morning, to partici
pate in tlit doings nt Hodges' Park. A
second c;ir load left about dinner time. The
crowd prcA-iit was the largest, probably,
tliat ever githered in fmt portion of tin
The regular weekly meeting of tht
T..e i.., mi i . ....
iii ionii cnn; win he Held this cveniii". It
U'rltt Bt.il.til Itif .... I !..., .1 e . , ..
.......... m iinu uie reioinieil liev-
crend Mr. Maxwell would address the audi
ence, and if the gentleman is still in the
city ho uill doubtless be on hand. If h(l y
not, there w ill be in lack of talkers. (Jo.
"Five marriages on the tapis tip-town,"
is the shape in which the inforinalion was
communicated to us, "ami all of them will
be consummated within the next thirty
days." And then our Informant detailed
the names of the contracting parties, which
are withheld for obvious reasons.
The shavings about the box factory
dry hmiM' (aught lire, yesterday cveninl;
mid but for the opportune arrival of one (if
Uie hands, weuld have speedily developed
into a disastrous conllagratioti. The flames
were extinguished before they hail made
tiny hendwaj m the building.
The clinging nf the fire bells, yester
day nfteriiooi,, was to give notice of the
discovery of wn incipient conllagratioti in
I'eub Smith's dwelling bcu. 0M j.lr.
teenth street. The Hibernians extinguished
the (lames before much dainagi' was done.
A defective Hue is responsible f,,r t1(.
Street Supetlntendent Smith has "noti
fied" the illy as far up as a point Oppnsi;,. '
theloetof Hlev.ii!,, ,,n the Ohio Levee,
n:il 'otlie n r'!i si,!,. (lf y;,
Wnshh'.gton and Walnut. Io has found
two or three trentleiuen who declare the law
to bo "unconstitutional." Two delinquents
will be brought to n legal account next
One of our citizens finding himself in
the incipient stages of consumption, acted
upon the suggestion of a triend and used
(log fat. He secured a healthy do", had
him killed and dressed, and has been using
the flesh, cooked rare, and the fat, boiled
down, to great advantage. He finds him
self much improved, and is encouraged by
the hope that dog meat and lard will yet
work his cure.
Mat Hums, son of old Mat (who was
known to all the old residents of Cairo)
stole two horses from a farm in the vicini
ty of Charleston, Missouri, the other dav,
and made his way with the animals to Ken
tucky. He was promptly followed, over
hauled at lilandville, and thrown in jail.
lie will be tried in the Hullard circuit
court, and will be more fortunate than lie
has any occasion to hope to be, if lie escapes
with less than ten years' service in the Ken
We arc sorry to say that there is no
improvement in Mr. Naughtou's condition.
Some time ago bis w.ntch was raffled off (0
provide means to supply his needs, and the
chance taken by n lady, secured the watch,
which is worth sixty or seventy dollars.
With a generosity that speaks volumes in
her praise, she ordered the watch to be re
turned to the sick man, that it might be
bis resource in another time of need. That
time has arrived, and if the chances are
all taken, the watch will be raill.'d otf
again on Satutday evening next.
Number 1 of volume 4 of "0. O. 1'atier
& Cos Comic Advertis;'!'" was circulated
yesterday. It is a clever way to advertise,
but an hour after the sheet is put. out it
disappears, and for "aye." The dailv
l.r.TiN- is preserved until displaced by a later
copy, go the card or local of the advertiser
is kept constantly before the people; and,
we are glad to add that Messrs. C. O. P. &
Co. appreciating that fact, and its general
excellence as an advertising medium, are
among the most liberal of the patrons of its
Nellie Cooper and Annie House were
arrested, yesterday, as inmates of a house
of ill-fame, and Squire Kobinson inflicted a
fine of 10 and costs upon each of theni.
They were persistent, and overly conspicu
ous street walkers, devoting a larye share of
their time to that manner of advertisin
t.ieinselves. As we are without an ordi
nance that directly denounces a penalty
;ii;.uiisi siieei-waiiung, tiie ciiarge ii"ainst
them was made in the form above stated
iney n;el no money wherewith to pay the
hues and were sent to the calaboose fur
period of fifteen days each.
Since our authorities are bestowing
proper attention' upon the white nvmphs
du pave, cuunot the black creatures of the
same class that infest the lower part of the
city bo suppressed? Vulgar in look, words
and deeds, always upon the streets or in
their door-ways no decent female can tra
verse that part of ths city without huviii"
both her ears and eyes offended by sights
and sounds that are vulgar, obscene and in
sulting. Such a collection of foul-mouthed,
shameless black bawds as infest Fourth
street, can be found nowhere else, we dare
say, outside the large Southern cities.
With their friends in Cairo and else
where, wc heartily sympathize with Mr.
and Mrs. John Q. Ilarman, of Mt. Vernon,
in "the great domestic affliction to which
they have been subjected. A telegram
from Mr. Ilarman, received yesterday after
noon, tells the sad story, in the following
wonis: "illy son, Koh-Huy, ,iied this mom
mg, after an illness of only two days."
111 -A I . 1 .
w nai ailment i.roitglit (tenth into the family
so quickly is not intimated. He was a
strong, vigorous young man. of good moral
and correit naiuts and much attached to
home and his home surroundings. The
ii .inn in me iamiiy the as
smaticc of its wannest sympathy,
The excursion, on the Narrow (bui"
to St. Louis, next Sunday, (the Illst) will
prove a grand success in every particular
i ne elements lavor it; the weather is cool
und pleasant. The time schedule is the
Mime as is made on the road every day;
the train will run through as advert iVd,
and there will be no delays at side tracks.
Ainoie room has been secured so there will
be no crowding in the cars. Everybody
seems to intend going and it will be well
to secure tickets to-day or to-morrow, nnd
be on band early at the train. The price,
two dollars Tor (he round trip, puts
reach of all a ride of .'100 miles, throuo), tir
finest country in Illinois an inducement
that will not fail to fill all the cars.
-Yesterday morning a negro man named
Kill Wilson, raised some sort of rumpus on
the steamer Paris Hn.w.i, lying at our wharf
and shortly afterwards dashed ashore nd
ran up the levee, followed by the neo,,
and several others. Officer Sehilekers soi,
joined in the chase tind succeeded in
taring the fugitive, whom he escorted to
the ortlec of Squire Hnbinson, When t.
utseof the commotion was revealed it
was found to warrant no charge mine sevi.
otn than disorderly conduct. This ehm,.,.
wiw preferred, and Wilson was lined ifr, m,i
st. whereat he raved, and canned on in
i most unseemly mariner; and coiiii,,,,!,,,,
his ill-natuied thrusts nml protests !ll't(,I'.
r fated warning, he WrtSl fiWl -,,. (1
o'liip'. i i court.
A Wllifn ,-t, n n nnn.n.l n...
v "",u " vouer, ami a co
OrUll ltlnn nnmn.l XT,,-.;.. . .i , .,
. ....... mm mi, met in n,o imper
1 u,u cny, yesterday, when the colore
".., hu H.a impuueut bearing, nsked tor
mo nine ot day. Ono word DIOTftw
another until Mr. Cotter, considering the
o iiiijimience unbearable, gathered a
noop-iioio ana gave lum a walloping with
it. Martin repaired to the ofllce of Squire
usoorn, wniie yet his welts were smartin
and sued out a writ for Mr. Cotter's arrest
In due season that individual made hisap
pear-unco, held a conference with Martin,
who snortiy altewards announced that he
was desirous of abandoning the prosecution.
And thus, without a balm for bis 'wounds
or a salve for his stripes and sores, the
belted time-asker left the law shop.
An old resident of the county, living
near Hodges Park, in a note to the editor
says : "You are making the best paper that
ever came to Unity out of Cairo. Everybody
speaks well of The Buu.ktix, and if you
would come out and see us and make a
little effort you could put a copy in nearly
every reading family of this portion of the
county." We value our friend's good opin
ion, and hope we deserve it. Tn f. Uclletin
already enjoys a very respectable circulation
in Alexander county; but, as our corres
pondent suggest, the number of its sub
scribers illicit be increased indefinitely.
The difficulty is in securing the right kind
of a canvasser one that can get the money
out ot the people, and one from whom we
can get the money when once he gets it
out of the people. Men who present all
the requisites of first-class canvassers
and disgoigvrsare remarkably scarce.
An ollieer, avowedly from Poplar
lllutV, Missouri, came to Cairo, last Sun
day or Monday. Yesterday morning he
was to be seen nowhere in the city. He
kept his own counsels, we are told, confer
red with nobody, but kept a constant look
out, evidently anxious to find somebody.
While pushing inquiries about him, yester
day, we Hte told that about dusk Wednes
day evening, he came up with a man on
the levee, near the foot ot Fourth, placed
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snai mo nil nun, :ino mimed lum down t
and across the river. This ini'ormatii
proved to be incorrect. The officer arreste
nonody, nnd lett the city alone. That h
should come here, however, hold bin-self
aloof from fellow officers, ami maintain a
studied excltisiveiiess, excited considerabh
speculation, as was quite natural. He wa
not on a kidnapping mis-ion. we dare sav
but suspicion of that nature were certainly
i iticnd ot ours, oci-Z"a!oiis in the
temperance cause, called ns to account for
interposing a ilea in behalf of the two sa
l.vin L-. ......,.-. ...I., - .iv. ...
. n..ij.v is nun vi ere arrested lor selliii"
liquor on Sunday. lb- argue. I that the
parties arrested were bound to know the
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law, and tliat though the custom of sellin"
liquor behind closed doors on Sunday
might have had the sanction of twenty years'
usage, the law was as palpably violated by
the parties under arrest, as it would have
leen had every other saloon keeper in the
city always observed its requirements.
While we were not disposed to deny that the
parties in question had violated the law,
we did and do insist that where a radical
change in the manner of enforcing a law
that affects any considerable number of
citizens, is determined upon, common jus
tice and fiir dealing demand that the par
ties directly concerned should receive notice
of the change. We urged this, and a.lded that,
notice once given, the guilty, without ref-
erenre to person or position, should be pun
ished. And because of this addendum a
liieud who proprietors a quiet and orderly
aloon. assumes that Tin: I1i:i.i.f.ti. is hos
tile to saloon keepers. Hence, it is seen, that
one little well meant paragraph drew a tire
on Tn k Hi u.ktix from both sides. Hut our
enuauimitv has not been ilivim i
tiide. If to deal fairly and justly with sa-
loon keepers, who are pursuing a calling
"niirtiu 1 and licensed by our laws, gives
oll'eiiee to temperance zealots, "then have
wo offended" and expect to offend again.
If to insist that saloon keepers be placed
upon a plane with other people, and held
responsible for willful violations of the law,
excites the displeasure of that class, all
right: We shall offend tbcm frequently.
The consciousness of our rectitude will be
"ur armor, und assaults from either side
will avail nothing.
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" 7 7 T ' TK l v , Don't Bb Ducfcivm-Many persons say1
chd take her by the throat and commenced r ,mvon,t t (l0 Omsllniptl0.. yJn
belting her with a manifest purpose to make nskod to me tltir c with 8MIrt,.H
good his threat to 'quake her body sore all Consumption Cure. Do they not know
over. A scream was sot up by the unper- ti,t p,.i10 , , . ' .. ,
, , ... i ' , . , . at ,ugns lead to Consumption and
died female, and u third party hurtled to r,,,.i . .,, ,,
a :. ...... ..... mn0iy tlmt l urc Coiisump-
iiui ii-.?i. .... . ....... ti.jin ui , i ii-ii mi'i iiii-ii., t ruin u'ill ..hi , , ,
" , ' 11 "" Mm certainly and surely cure
a separation was agreed upon, and the mmrii nr.... i ' . .
, .. . . , ' .... .. - v ""i "b or mroai iroiuue. vyi
tfrou'lour titnr Kef nlumf n .lii'inm ri Mm I ...
: . . , V. ' Km,wlt wm cu hcn all others fail and
I'lumier. i no division was I many accoin 0ur faith In it-!u . , . . ..
, ., , , . . mir 1111111 111 " is bo positive that we will re
IHIMMNI ' till U'tni'in p.inwMitil imr tlmri t I i .1 . . . .
lMw,p; , " ' nmi inopr.ee paid if you receive 110 ben-
r q ar ers an thenian locked his ,n eft. Is not this a fair proposition. Price
. " , ".T.r iocs.riocts.und m Vl,hmk, Vltt
-...o ...1 u,.i,, ,i,o ,uiuaie oeinougiii ncr hime Chest. It,.eL- - ., ,
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1....1SUU waswrotigeu in Clio "ilivide," so Porous Plaster. Piicf -. v 1-
,l.u-i.i, n.ornmg sue remired to the Barclay Brothers.
"doniieile efi'ected an entrance, and made
matters satisfactory to herself by tukin" uv will you sutler witli the Dysjiepsia
what .she wanted. But in proportion with """ "ur c""llllint. Constipation, and gen
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Her satislaction became the old man's dis- wnen you can get at our stor. s
L.'1'l J L L' .
.-iiimim nvicm utilizer whicli we sell on
a positive gMarautee to cure vou. Pil.r.
mid 7.: cts. For sale be Ii .., !
satislaction. ihs tantrums were fearfl,
nnd while yet the paroxysm was on him,
he bethought him ot the law, and to the
law he has appealed for the righting of his
wrongs, which he declares to be many and
il'soltitely insuperable. The woman, en
joying the "nine points" which possession is
supposed to give, holds the things, and
Cairo, Ills., August y?t!i, IsTti.
After being appointed by the beloved
bishop nt Alton to Cairo station from the
COIlleleliee fif tin. 1 V ..I i. .1
' id. ! Ill L . I J 1 1- I'flll. I ...
L'ri-ratioll reeem.,1 ,,, .., , !.. , . 'AKfIMN Til Ii ACT-Sister Jo;
" " ...... inv wei- r,n IMvt Mil t 1 II few .-vn..,.,-
-..ne. mm t ,nii say tnat 1 think there is log a next door r.eighb, r, she ctiter- d I
noi u iiner co i!' ("'a: ion ot in , li.;,.i sui.iv unannon.-.ee. .,,i
n '.i.iiiii, I . .
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it i.iiik e. I inn.. i .. : i . . ... i .
thank the,,, f.,, it A,r i "..'J' ""'V 1"'-. M
" a".mi io leave ler.iones, is i aider s rortalim
..i.g'.iocouien neeon tic Hrt ol September. llllJle ''lvor I owder, the only
"Hackmktack" a pojuiiar and fra -ran
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brnthirs
)'e have the sole right to mar.ufi. '.ure.
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sell or Hit u;i letter or ea.. 1 1
Hodder's patent. Any infring
right will be i.msecuted.
Tttr. Caiuo Bn.i.r.i is.
s unni r
metit n our
fhey have .lone everything they could to sl'"cki."1. ut K'''"g.hiiii t
make my stay pleasant and I publicly
1 ask a blessing on them and their rhmeli
Jrother Thomas Jenkins's funeral siTvic.-s
will be preached Sin. lay morning, at eleven
clock. Societies are all invited to be
I'lWllt. J. I'KKKIXS. Pastor.
have ever found f.-r the many tmubl. .ar
ising from a di.v.rdere I liver. I enn ......
ollltliend it." Price ,VJ cents l-,r c,'.. I ,.
Do W. Bki.i;;vk in Wm-ii.CiM-r;..-t
take the bosition tied u,. .1...... :..:..
. . - -,v '" I.".. .u its
I'rou.l sense, said a gentleman of war nml
experience, atiil vet i'n, ... .i
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M.i.i, u.e cny a present day earning a Bueke
SI'KCIAL lilSlNKSS XOTICKS
I wii.i. nn.ivi
saii.-iactory one-horse load of B,,-
Factory wood ..r.iC cents, ca-hon delivery.
Leave orders at Svododa's, store corner
Eighteenth street. B. B. I.. v.
Tkx Ci:nts Wftinn. Ii you want a neat
smooth shave f,,r ten tents, or a fashionable;
hair cut fir 'jr. cents, or anything else in
the ten ...rial line ivnn inber the t.laee r,
eve in ii,,. I,.
pocket through a kindof sunerstiiinn. u i
they miuht be relieved by a few npp'jo
tionsof Table's Buckeve Pile ( Hnti,,. ... -
This oiutment is made from the Buckev,,
and is recommended for nothing -Ne bet
piles. Try it. It will cure you.' Price .V)
r.T.-ale by Barclay B:-.
go to is Henry Schick's. No. U2 Cmmer- AfilSf, l
ml avenue. ew-rv in-.Tttnn; a ruotiihi. wlihoat' i.'.'
S " per i:,.,!:Ui. Karl, tddnioiiat lln, . i
Axti Bki.i.cm Pui(r.s -At the barber 'M:'""L"""",'"rw'
shoji of J. ( b o. Steinhotise, Bighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
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i-iaciury woik. I'rices: Shaving. 10
cuits; Hair-cut. 2"j cents; Shampooing,
2. cents. Giv; him a call.
,. . .. NoTiri:.
,!"' lli-erniati Fire Cnnpanr No 1
I'letta.nni.l l.e LeIJ S.-ptenOn-r so, ).--,
A. 1V M 1.1. 1 VAN
-Between 0 and ? o'clock Wednesday
evening a colored laboring man, a resident
of Nineteenth street, arrived at the door of
hisdomicil and noticed no preparation for
supper. His gnawing stomach had en
forced day-dreams ot smoking coll'ee and
mealy potatoes, but instead of finding such
a spread awaiting him, he looked in upon
a cold cooking stve, and an idle belt-r
half. He demanded to knowbeing the
I ... I .I.... .1.. .. . , .i ...
ioiu iii nun liism: "w liy uie talile was Mot
sotT The corrugated brow of the woman
oretold the reply: "Yes, the table sot. mid
not a missile to put on it! Yotikuow'd there
was nothing to cook, and if you think I'm
going to drudge and slave, and starve an.
stand you re iuuisioiis on top o nil of it
jest spit all such stull out of you, Vause j
tell you now Fine not gwine to stand it!"
And the lord of the domicile fired up: "Nuf.
fin to cooK; iiullln, and only on Sunday
evenin I lit n half dollar right In your
own hand Whar's dat money goner Does
ye take nip for a milliner dat you , ur
takes you for a mean hog," retorted tR, mj.
able spouse, as she arose and advanced to
ward him. "And I," rejoined u. r'um
lord of the1 domicile, "takes vou ,v tlw.
J throat, for a lazy, g ,o. for-in.tliii.g, nmney. J
Nor tec. to a i.i. whom it .MAYC0NCf:a::
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless t!.
ame is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, ind no contracts
lor advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. BrnxTTT.
11 pound Old Barry Bitter Heads.
"'Js " Note Heads.
' " Linen Letter Heads.
VI " Linen Note Heads.
The iii;sT quality of paper at prices of
the cheapest grade.
r)2 pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading. ,
14 and HI ound Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing f 1 ,00 extra.
Puling and Binding, all kinds at The
Bl I.I.KTIN office.
F..K SAi.K-Si,.j,!,rate!yor t.i.-ether. a .-i of . i.
liarne. a new. t.is.-.-y cnh!i.n and a bnetx .
Appiy i U:i: :.-t :ti liin.lerv. J,,K f Vm;i.
IIFAl)! AHTKHsroRFINKAl;. HK.-Vl.OOI.s
C W Vl v-v,m"eTr'Vu- f-hootln.. l.leu-. etc . ,i
I . W. llhXULRso.Vs. lonimereiai a.L v. .
ll'T I Weiftlj Hrert
urj l.rirk hnu.e. i l-!it rt er... on X
firerl. iiitIi,,m:h I )r Itliii in .'. i. ,1. in.
.) I.e. e
pROPOSALS 1'OR clkari.mi road
Prnrr.:! will l.e r.rtiM-d until Se- t. m' l-t
next, f,.r rlearlne road. r.mi.ln from l!u- .erler-
v end of theappr...i. h to ii,. Iron l.nt.-e. m r -
laeie river, up and uloin; and near nald nr.Mm e.
I tie I alroand ,Ionel,oro roud, orilir, if to nin.-v
on tile iii county rl.-iV. c.ril.-c, and a- linl-'.-ated t.V
taken nuinl.ere.1 and driven every lm f,.,. a'..!. -
aid niie. To I..- well clean. d M fe, t wtd, : "i
feet In center oftti,lch evorvtliiiii.' niu.t he di ir.'l
Lelmv the itrfare or the cronnd, ami ai.v li.u.s
railed i. therel.y ti:ied np t that m ol..tr:.-i..f
"I.i l.ec.ai.ed tovihlile". Hl.ls may l.e nee'.' f. -a.
I or any portion of caid rleirlna W the v re ..r'
ro1- , , THUS. W. IIAl.f.IHAV.
( h.ilrtnnn County Hoard Altxander l oui ..
airo. Autut -joth, lsr'i.
pi.'OPOSALH FOR Iiril.lUXii NEW LRIIm.F
Ir , OVKH I.AKKCKKEK.
Proi.ii..!. to lie tiled Willi ( oiniie i i... .- i .
r.;n li. d hv i!. i 'utility Hoard of Alexander Co-iuv
I.lniuif until o!N-k m.. Monday. Septe-tr . r
Int. next, lor liirnishinir all material" and .nl... -neeennry
to hiilid a ne bridge over Lake ( e. -n
on Cairo and ,loiut)roro.id, in auie loi utiet. w
Speei(iru!i,ii, mnv !. ohtnlned nt offi'e of titi.l. r-Heii.-d.
rorner Wu.h!iiet..ii ae!,ue nnd K'-V.-eM'i
Htreet. lu this city, or Irom Samuel Hiilev C.-i
.nlMii(jer, at Llco. in thi reality
111 O.s W. IIAI.I.IDAS .
.. . , . Chairman Coanty Ho ml.
airo, II!., Auc 1:1, 1sT;i
A Skap.ch Waiiiiaxt allows an officer to
go through your house from cellar to gar
ret, and Lindscy's Blood Searcher is war
ranted to go through your system from top
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. Its
cures are wonderful and certified to by doc
tors, preachers and people. Scrofula, Mer
curial Diseases, Erysipelas. Tetter, Ulcers in
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimples,
Arc, we warrant it to cure. It is a purely
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic.
For sale by all Druggists. See that our
name is on the bottom of the wrapper.
K. J'.. si:i.i.i;its A- Co,, Prop'is, Pittsburgh,
1 a. Barclay Bros Agents,
IMPERIAL ORAM M.
'sri'KRIOR NfTI.'tTIOX TIIK LIFR "
m.mm, , (,.s,y
savk voi it ciiiMiiiicx. For expelling
worms irom the system, Sellers' Vermifuge
lias no equal in this or any other c nun try.
Oneteaspoon ful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbery's, expelled 234 worms in four
hours after taking the medicine. Beni Lv-
He, I'nion township, p. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
saner, St. Loins, Mo. Sold by all drug
gist. Price s: cts. H. E, Sellers it Co,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, 11,. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
TiiKTHrniis.MiuiiTYand will prevail.
Thousands who have used ami been cured
'in-' living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Tills will euro
tln vem-. I ,,,...... ,.e i:. . ,
1 n " ".it enmpuunt, billions-
!i"ss, headache arising (herefrom, costive
in'ss, constipation, dizziness nnd all disor
'h'l's resulting from a diseased liver. For
sale by all dnigKi.sts. Price 2T rents. II.
E. Sellers & ('., Proprietors, Pittsburgh,
l'il. Baiclay Bros., ngeiits.
Ii'' Vof want to lw. ...,,ii
self in,. Kidney-Wort. Cures Kidney dis
like o charm.
The (ireat .Medicinal Food.
The Sahutor For Invalids and the A.vd i,,
I'oinpnrahle Alliiienl I'ortheOrmvth iind I'lol.c-
Hon or Inlanis and child,- a si,iert,r
Nutritive Hi Continued Fevers, mid a
I.elinlile lleinedlal Afont In l).si. (,f h
Sloiiiueli and Intestine.
THIS lunlly celelirated Hiktdtio Pukimiution U,
In ninipoKitlon. principally .he (,U'T-N derived
Iniiii the Wiiiik Vjistkii Flint WiikaT Ci.hkai., a
"olid extraet, the Inveiiti,,, - mj ,.,.nt Clieinl.l.
It has not on yl.een Itkrlily r, innieiided, lint ivr-
Hlled to hy a larite miiulier of ( liemlsti. and PLv-l-rla,iH-repreeiillie,-
a .-ry hleh deuree of tn. lh al
.eleiiee- a the Nule l. Most A. eeptahle and ll.ileil
hie Food rortheOnniil, .. , I'rail t-c-t lotl of Inlimts
audi h Idren, and tor ns liuklm; bllir.Ueiil
Noui'lsluuenl for their () , jiitr.
I nllke thiwe pn pariila,iia made from Milieu' or
vinous matter. Hhh h am llnlile Io slliiiuhto the
lirain and Irrlinte tiie dlueallve oi;au, It eluhnii'.is
iu It elementary eoiuposltloii -
That wlili'h makes Hlrcmt Hone and Mtmrle. Tliat
wlileli makes "nod Flesh and blood. Tliat ii lili i. u
eiiHyon)li:i.loi..n.y,.ri'iinitlputlmi. Thin wlileii l
kind and friendly In the lirain. and that m hl.1i artns
a preventive ol 'those lutealli.ul Hlsorders Iniiden.
Oil toClilhlhond. '
And, while It won Id lieillfllcult to roiiei'lv,ir ...,
Ililtill In Fond or leert more creamy n tul ilelii luu's
or more iiouHkIiIiii: nml ilreni.'tlieiiltn n nti all!
inetil In Fever., l'liliiionnry Coinnhilnia. liv.i..i
nml lleiier.il Di.tvllllv. lis Haiir Sin,,, , v.." i1.. 1 ...
l.l.NtK 111 all 1 stksti'naL Hiskaskm, eapet-iiiilyVu
Dysentery, I'liro.ilc l)lnrrlmii ami Cholera Infiin-
Una been Ineoiitestably Proven.
Hold Wholesale nml
PRINCIPAL CITIES nf the fXlTCI) (STATES,
JOHN CARLE X iSO.Nsj. NEW YORE,