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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; SATURDAY MOUMNlf. AUGUST 30. 1879.
It. BRYANT, M. D.
O.'FK'U: KlubOi ml Waabluxtou. Avenue
KtSlDKXCK; Corner NW 'tceuth and Wash
y H. MARKAN, M. D., '
Homeopathic: Physician and Surgeon.
Otiii.n 1i Commercial avenue. Kcsldencc comer
Four'.. :ith it. ana aamnguin nveuue, lairo
It. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Officii No. WB (Ininmurrial Avuuo, between
Kiubiii ami Nimti htrwu
I?. W. C. JOCELYN,
U E N T I S T .
'V'k'E Kitfhti Str-tft, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-With the Widows' ami Oorpliau' Slu
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J INEGAR & LANSDEN,
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DOll METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
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lavi h Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
t'ailucaa. Metropolis Hud way landitn:. Hor
fr-uhl orfs"u apply to SOL A SILVER,
(JAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
'a a'jdaft"r Monday, June W, the liout will make
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Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
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IrT'I.ilieral Advancement made on Coiialtfii
rvnntK of Tobac.ce. Flour, and Grain.
t-WAT ut for Gear, Scott & Co. thrc'hitiir ma
hiw, portable aaw mill and threshing onuluea.
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rIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
W. I'. HALMDAY, President.
H. 1. J1AI.LIKAY, Vlce l'reolileul.
WALTKJI II YSLOP, Cai-hler.
TAATa TAVLOK, W. I. KAl.t.tllAV,
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IX AND AROUXD THE CITY.
I)in't forget to remember iu tiinn the
two dollar excursion to St. Louis to-mor-
Mr. Fred. Smith is the ml iterim nient
of the Green Line "Green Line" Miller be
in? in St. Louis.
The dry trash wugon was put on mx-
vice yesterday. It will probably not run
longer thsm present needs require.
Miss Emimt Kettle, of Mouud Cfty,
who was in the city several days, visiting
Miss Montie Metcalf, returned home yester-
There was a fair attendance nt the ball
given by the Mystic Knights, Thursday
uight, and the common testimony is that it
whs a very pleasant and happy occasion.
Mrs. Clara Kyle nnd Mrs. Lucie Mil
burn lett by the steamer Champion, yester
day evening, fur u week' visit to their aunt,
Mrs. 15. C. Wilcox, of Padueah.
The marriage of Mr. C. J. Wat? and
Miss Lizzie Steele, of Chicago, ll be cel
ebrated on the 1 1 tit day of September.
The invitations are already in the hands of
the friends of the two families.
Axtell and Southard, of the Iron Motin
tain railway, Mr. P. A. Miller, of the Cairo
and Vincennes road, and ('apt. W. L. Ham
bleton were the conspicuous figures in a
special car that made n trip to Mound City
Mr. C. T. Walker has sold his buggy
iv"''itinr )M'd repair shop, on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth, to
Mr. Ed. Chandler, who is said to be a gen
tleman who is -well skilled, and in every
The arrest of the white street wnlkers,
and the hints thrown out in Tiik IJcm.ktin
have had quite a quieting ctfect upon the
disreputable inlesters of Fourth street.
There was a marked improvement in their
bearing all day yesterday.
Isaac L. Uarrell, Miles W. Parker and
Charles Cunningham, were appointed by
the County Court to appraise the personal
affects of which the late Dr. Arter died
siexed. They appeared before Squire Com
ings, yesterday, and qualified.
One of the fire engines crushed through
tlie sidewalk, on Washington, a short dis
tance belo' 'levettth, yesterday, and left
intimations of its passage near the intersec
tion of the Avenue and Fourteenth, all of
which will receive due attention.
On Wednesday evening next, a ball
will wilt be given in the Mystic Hall, for
the benefit of William Naughton. With so
deserving an object in view, a pleasant
time is assured, the tickets, which are only
50 cents each, should rind a ready sale.
-Mike Carmon. a countryman, was
picked up on Thirteenth street, about 4
o'clock yesterday morning, palsied by
whisky. He was taken before Squire Com
ings,' during the day, and lined one dollar
n.uil eosi.i, i)m wholo aggregating $:5.?0.
A delegated meeting of the order
known as the colored men's benevolent as
sociation, convened at Metropolis three or
four days ago, and was brought to a very
satisfactory conclusion, yesterday. Minutes
of the proceedings will be printed in
Pat. Callihan, one of our mounted
guardsmen, was thrown from his horse, yes
terday morning, falling in a way to dis
locate his left ankle. It was set by Dr.
Smith, but it will be some time before he
will be able to .resume n discharge of his
Prof. J. J. Ilalfry's school in the Gcr
mail-American school house, on Fourteenth,
is well attended and seems to be under ad
mirable discipline. The recent addition of
n tine organ to the llxturesof the room ena
bles the Prof, to add greatly to the interest
and variety of the exercises.
We heard of n petition among the Col
ored people, yesterday, asking Governor
Cullom to eoinnute Glass' punishment to
imprisonment for life. Glass is not ut till
displeased at t!te effort, although he has ri
peatedly wished that his last hour were at
We have, with great industry and most
commendable pertinacity, tried to make
the title of Fred Smiths office appear in
print ns the oillee of "Street Supervisor,"
but every attempt has been fuiececded by a
failure. As often ns we write it Supervisor,
it appears as Superintendent.
As a usual thing steamboat Captains
ure practical temperance men; but compar
atively few of them unite with temperance.
organisation. Cipt. Woods, whosL' name
has beeu added to the pledge at the He
form rooms sioec the lust meeting, is
one of the few, and his cxiniplu is to be
The tremendous, rumbling crash that
was heard iu the Fourth ward about 8
o'clock, yesterday afternoon, was can sed
by the falling of the sides of the old fnire
building that is iucourso of demolition, on
the corner of Poplar and Seventeenth. The
cloud of dust that succeeded the fall en
veloped two or three of the neighboring
Tho fire alarm yesterday morning was
to give notice that the old building on the
corner of Fourth and Washington, (at one
timo tho property of Col. Hacker) had
caught fire and required attention. The
needful attention was bestowed. The dam
age was slight. A defective flue was to
blame in this case, as well as in that on Four
teenth the day before.
The mosquftoes yesterday were simply
merciless. They came a million strong to
the homes of the upper part ot the city, and
especially to those that are surrounded by
shade trees. Many persons were driven to
the cover of mosquito bars, and were com
pelled to remain there. The torture indict
ed by the internal pests was insufferable.
"But, just below here they're said to be ter
rible." Since there-opening of the Comiqtic
the boys of the city have been seized with
the negro minstrelsy mania again. The
mouth-harp and the tamboruie may be
heard in all parts of the town, the players
all hoping to arrive at a degree of proficien
cy that will secure them a place among the
amateurs who venture upon public exhibi
tions. The tirst exhibition of the season
was given last night, in the building above
Bross' block. There were seven perform
ers; but owing to insufficient notice, the
hall was not crowded.
The Reform hall was comfortably
filled last night, and although no one was
present to play the role of "orator of the
evening," it was a very pleasant meeting.
Very happy talks were made by Messrs.
Barclay, Ayers and and - Dunning,
and perhaps others. Just before
the conclusion of the meet-1
ing President Williams announced that
Mr. McKee (Walt., probably) would cer
tainly address the meeting next Friday
night, and that the ladies would provide an
attraction of some character, the nature ol'l
which, with necessary details would be
made known in due season. The Rev.
Maxwell did not speak.
While the Champion was at Mttropo
lis, yesterday, a cotored woman entered the
cabin, seated herself at the piano, and
banged away, until the chambermaid felt
called upon to ask her to desist. A colored
man named Joe Reynolds, working on the
boat, demanded to know ot t!ie chamber
maid by what right she had excluded the
"colored lady" from the piano. The cham
bermaid replied that she acted under the
instructions of the stewart. Denials and
assertions followed until Reynolds, forget
ting his own and the chambermaid's se.v,
struck the woman a blow in the mouth.
Just about this time the stewart made his
appearance and discharged Reynolds from
service on tlie boat.
Old Aunt Belle, the oleaginous crea- (
ture who lives in the vicinity of Thirteenth
and Poplar, lectured a colored girl, named
:e soundly because of her
igion. "Get some, fci-t j
Emma Smith, quite
neglect to get reli
half as much as I've got," urged Belle,
"and you'll be happy; but go on without
any religion, and set; where you'll come to."
Emma having no respect for Aunt Belle's
claim to piety, denounced her as a lumber
ing old fraud, and concluded by giving her
a cursing. Yesterday morning Emma was
brought before Squire Robinson, and it
being made to appear that she had given
curses in return lor uuiie s admonitions
she was fined and costs of proceedings.
To-morrow morning the people of this
section will have the best opportunity ever
offered to take the next thing ti a free ride,
(the fare is so low,) to St. Louis and return
over the Narrow Gattgu R. H. through the
finest region of country in Illinois. At one
place the train will pass over the highest
spot in Illinois and a grand view is ob
tained of forests and hills over fifty miles
away. Abundance of room, and cars have
been provided to seat all who wish to visit
the "Future Great." The train leaves
Cairo tit (J o'clock a. in., arrives at East St.
Louis at 1 :t."i. Returning, will leave East !
St. Louis at 0 :!!(), giving excursionists over
live hours to look over the city, and Hie
cool of the evening to return home, Fare
lor the round trip, only two noi.i,Ai:s,
It is probably a fortunate happening
for Padueah sporting men that Faxon's in
vitation to bring up Harlem, with ducats to
back him in the Padueah races of Wednes
day and Thursday last was not accepted.
We arrive at this conclusion because of the
reported fact that the Maytlcl.'. horse,
Thompson D.-an, was the favorite, and took
iu all the pluses for which he contended.
Harlem's ability to get away from Thomp
son Dean will not be questioned by those
who witnessed the Cairo races hist 4th of
July. At that time Harlem hud received
only a single day's care, and had just won
a mile dash when he was put up against
Thompson and another animal, for half
mile contest, In this dash Thompson mum
in a "good third" Harlem winning the
race without receiving a single touch from
the whip of his rider. Harlem will puss no
where ns a beauty, but he gets over ground,
ns the boys put It, "like greased li"litninrr "
The Marion Press, of yesterday, contains
the following: "The Carbondale Free Press
intimates that Gov. Culltliu will remove
John II. Ob'jrly from the Loari of railroad
and wareliouso commissioners. Wo don't
believe that Gov. Cullun will do any such
tldng. If lie docs, it will bo on purely
political grounds, which are no grounds at
all. John Oberly lias made a good, fuithful
mid efficient oillcer, and should be retained.
When it comes to business qualifications
and brains, Oberly'B superior is not to be
found in tho Sucker State." The editor
of the Jonesboro Gazette, at the conclusion
of an article in the same connection, says:
"Since the above was written we learn that
Mr. Lawrence has resigned, and that nil
Democratic employes will fu removed
from the Chester penitentiary on the 1st of
September. We also learn that Mr. Oberly,
R. R.& W. commissioner, and Mr. Roddick,
commissioner of Eastern Insane asylum,
will not be removed."
Pickett, late of tl o Slmwneetown
Herald, thinks that he has now found his
political "affinity," and sees no reason why
he may not be happy. Years ago he pub
lished u veiy deserving little Democratic
weekly, known as the Saline County Regis
ter. He was then, of course, a sincere and
conscientious Democrat. In course of time
the Register was absorbed, and Pickett
was found in the office of the Harrisburg
Chronicle, n well conducted Republican
sheet. He was, wo dare say, honest and
conscientious; but he wasn't there to stay
for time in its rounds found him in Shaw-
nectown at the head of a very consistent
and carefully edited Democratic paper,
ended the Herald. That he was then a
conscientious Democrat, will be conceded
nujiNKie, oui io ctiauge is tne late o:
everything. Pickett being thus fated, we
now find him in the Harrisburg Chronicle
"thee again, where he appears to be com
fortably at home writing Republican edito
rials, and hating Democratic brigadiers
who had had the temerity to bent Republi
can scallawags and carpet baggers in con
tests for scats in the National Assembly
And who shall now say that Mr. Pickett is
not as honest and conscientious as he ever
was? Not we, surely. His political con
scientiousness has been deficient in tin
property of continuity; but it may have
been "all right, tor nil that."
The Anna Fruit-Grower, employing
facts heretofore detailed by Tin: Bi i.i.rn.v,
speaks in the following complimentary
terms of the little Narrow-Gauge: "The
Cairo A: St. Louis R. R, otherwise known
as the Narrow-Gauge, has made excellent
progress during the past year. Perhaps no
railroad has had greater obstacles to over
come, and certainly none has made a more
complete triumph. The actual necessity
for the Mad, lias been its guarantee of
success. Its route ot travel insured it a
growing and ultimately profitable business
from the first. The present manawment
deserves great praise for the pertinacity and
energy with which it has met and removed
the difficulties which so long hindered the
perfect operating of the road. Not the
least of these difficulties was the tak of
sustaining the financial credit of the road
so that there might be no interruption to
its operation and improvement, and this
task has been admirably accomplished.
Among the important improvements made
is that of the coal dump ut St. Louis, so
is mat oi me coal dump at rt. Louis,
that the (llinil,in of cn.,, limv Il0 Clirri.(l
at any Htage of water. At East St. Ln
valuable acquisitions of land for depot, etc.,
have been made which will be of great ad
vantage to the road. The road has also se
cured a valuable land property, with supe
rior terminal facilities, at Cairo, including
i coal dump, inclined tracks, etc., which
,rive completeness to the equipments of
he road and render it a first-class road in
Shortly before Thursday night turned
iifo Friday morning, a young man doing
su vice iu fine of our hotels was winging a
sirightly ii ml attractive female along Wash
ington avenue, and had reached n point near
Co le's livery stable, when two young men,
ctunected with a rival hotel, bounced him,
and punched his head and did other vic
ious things too numerous to mention. It
was not uii attack that was inspired bysttd
dei impulse; but a well planned premedi
tated assault. Lest one of the rival hotel
employes should prove unequal to the task
of r.ressing-olf the girl-swinging individual,
the force was doubled ; and lest there should
be interference, a third party was conveni
ently posted to yell "police!" The young
gallant was not very badly hurt ; but to be
thus attacked while quietly passing along
the public highways, was an outrage too
gross to be allowed to pass unpunished.
Hence, when daylight appeared, he repaired
to the nlllce of Squire Robiusou m ,,.,1
out a writ for his assailants' apprehension.
The only reason assigned for the cowardly
attack is that the whoW party had assailed
the citadel of the young woman's alleetioiis.
The wolloppcd young man had successfully
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eiamnereii over iiieine ramparts ami was
safely ensconced within, while the other
felhAvs had been thrown from their scaling
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moons nun meinour oi disappointment ami
jealousy. That's the wherefore.
negro man, named Samuel Loudon
or Lndoii, was standing at the New York
Ktorc corner, yesterday morning, talking
and lighing with two or three acquaint
ancesiuid enjoying himself, to all appear
nncesjininenscly. But his enjoyment was
of slU't duration, The merriment that
was Riding expression in a tremendous
guffav'was suddenly turned into horror by
his inbility to shut his mouth, wm., wns
fixcd,rvido open. Greatly alnnned he hur
ried of to the doctor un object that would
have helled laughter, ha I it i,, t i ,,,,.
known that ho was suffering from both pain
mid fright. His widely distended mouth
and distorted faco gave him an expression
very funny to look at, perhaps, but painful
and alarming to the wearer. While tho
poor fellow was hunting up a physician his
associates indulged iu speculation as to the
cause. One of the number felt sure it was
"a judgment of the Lord," who discount
enances levity. This man was loaded down
with his knowledge ,of pnrrcllel cases. A
man whom he knew in Mississippi
declurcd that lightning was as
likely to sti'iko a ch'or-n '.--nhling ns any
other structure, a he very next inter that
man had four horses stolen
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in-ill linn, miu his wnes sister was
drowned iu a bayou? Another man namci
Mnitin Bingle was in the habit of lau"him
at and ridiculing the "shouting niggers," as
he called them. The very next season they
nail tlie awtullest hurricane in that neigh
borhood that was ever known anywhere
The wind blew down Henry Griffith's to
bacco drying house, ond killed two of the
best niggers he had on his plantation! And
so on, until a half dozen instances were dc
tailed to show that Providence always
avenges itself, in one way or another. Mean
while Loudon had had his jaw pulled out
of its lock or hitch, and returned to show
that if his mishap really was a "judgment,"
the skill of a Doctor had proved equal to
GKAXI) SUMMEIJ NIGHT FESTIVAL.
AT I -OCIS WKsTl'HAI.'s C.KOVK, TIlltEK MILKS
NOIITIIWKST UK MOCNI) CITY," O.N W LI INKS
DAY, SEPT. ..IU). 1ST!).
People ol Cairo, Mound City and the
country all around and about are cordially
invited to attend, and spend a pleasant
Prof. Oscar Loeschner's string band has
been engaged for the occasion, and music
ami dancing will commence at 4 o'clock
p. m. Abundance of well prepared mil
well served refreshments will be provided
Pkusons of sedentary pursuits are predis
pi set I to eo(Kiti;iti(n,. i.-v.'u should always
ue Dr. Bull's D. llimore pills which insure
s-ilety against constipation and all of its
A LIST OF I.KTTLI'.S L KM I S INI! IX TIIK POST
OKKICE AT CAIUO, ILLS., UN TIIK JlOl'II DAY
OK Aflil ST. l!S7!l.
Benton, Annie Miss.; Clark
Mrs.: Cowan, Bettie Miss; Foster, H. A
.Mrs.; Jefferson, Katie Miss; Monton, Han
nah Miss; Miller, Mary Mrs.; Moore, ('has
Mrs.; Malone, Maggie Mrs.; Powers, Ellen
.Mrs.; Ki ntro. Maria Miss; Sjenccr, Amelia
Miss; Sclionibs, Lena Miss; Shellie, Kittie
Miss; White, Lydia Mrs.; Williams, E. Mrs.;
Wort, .Mary Mrs.
Americas, ('has.; A vent, Dray; Bulkner.
W. A.; Brainham, R.; Buckner, Alex.;
Bates. A. E.: Briton.I ienry, -Bailey, Jno F.;
Boutillier, Leon, (I!); Crawley. Juo. S.; Ca-
ho, J. M.; Datil, Jno. K.; Dunning, Jno.;
Delain, .las.; Dennis, Amos C.,; Davis, M.
C: Devour, Robt.; Eagan, Patk; Helm. D.
W., (2); Hoffman, Fred.: Hirst. Jus.; Har
riet', Jessy; Hopkins, Millen; Hutnagel, W.
H.; Howarth. Wm.
Jenkins, Wm.; Lacy. Ben B (?i; Muldoon,
Jno. W.; Milbiirn, E.: Morin, George;
May, C. W.: Neul, Scott; Neilson, Pedis
Skoniager; Ong, Hoggin; Price, J. W.;
Pendergrass, Jno.; Rose, A.; Russell, J. J.;
Storie, Peter; Tenson, .Mr., Pres. Union
Benevolent Association, (col. I: W.idlntl,.
Piease say letters are advertised, whin
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
I will DEi.ivEii to any part of the city a
good satisfactory one-horse load of Box
Factory wood tor 30 cents, cash on delivery.
Leave orders at Swndoda's, store corner
Eighteenth street. B. B. Lacy.
Ten Cents Woutii. It you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for ','3 cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. M' Commer
Axti-Bellcm Puk es' -At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhotise, Eighth 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
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
mils; Hair-cut, 23 cents; Shampooing,
23 cents. Giv" him a call.
iTuiiii-.. io .M.I, WHOM IT MAY CO.NCEItS I
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any onu.
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and tho order must he attached to
the bill when presented, and no enntrnets
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
II. A. Br it sett.
We have the sol,.. p.nt ,i)(V uaclnre,
sell or put up letter or note linids under
Dodder's patent. Any iiifringeinen, on our
right will be prosecuted.
The Caiuo Bulletin.
Torpid Liver and Kidneys poison tho
blond. Kidney-Wort revives them ami
cleanses tlie system.
11 pound Old Barry Letter Heads.
m " " " Note Heads.
5 ' " Linen Letter Heads,
" Linen Note Heads.
The nusT quality of paper tit prices i
the cheapest grade.
fi pound statements all colors,
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 jiound Bill Heads-oil sizes.
Lxtra super white Envelopes at St. Loiti
wholesale prices. Printing t,00 extra.
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go through your house from cellar to gm
ret, and Lindsoy's Blood Searcher is wai
.. '.,,? (I II.', Illll
ranted to go through your system from to;
to toes and drive out all blood diseases. It
cures are wonderful and certified to by dm
tors. Drenchers and iiconlc. Krrnfnii i.
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curial Diseases. Erysipelas, Tetter. Ulcers ii
the Lungs or on the Skin, Boils, Pimph
&.c, we warrant it to cure. It is a pure)-.
Vegetable Compound and Powerful Tonic
For sale by nil Druggists. See that oui
name is on the bottom of the u r.'inn. i
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Pa. Barclay Bros Agents.
Save you; ciiildiien. For i-xpellmy
mums irom me system, Sellers' Vermifuge
has no equal in this or any other country.
One teaspoonful given to a child of Mr.
Bradbcry's, expelled gill worms in four
hours after taking the niedicinc.Benj. Ly
tic, Uiion township, P.i. Also expelled 400
worms from my child two years old. Wm.
Sarver, St. Louis, Mo, Sold by all drug
gists. Price 23 cts. R. E. Sellers & Co.,
proprietors, Pittsburgh, Pa. Send for cir
cular. Barclay Bros., Agents
The tiuth is mioiity and will prevail.
Thousands who have used and been cured
are living witnesses to the truth of our
statement, that Sellers' Liver Pills will cure
the worst cases of liver complaint, billion,
ncss, headache arising therefrom, costive
ness, constipation, dizziness and all did
ders resulting from a diseased liver. Per
sale by nil druggists. Price 23 cents. R.
E. Sellers & Co., Proprietors. Pittsburgh,
Pa. Barclay Bros., agents.
Don't Be Deceived. Many persons s.iy
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with ShRoh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not knew
that Coughs lead to Consumption fll),
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 all others fail an 1
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this fair proposition. prx
10 cts. 50 cts. and $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Che.-t, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
Why will you suffer with the Dyspcp-U
and liver complaint. Constipation, nnd g u
eral debility when you can get nt our stores
Shiloh's Syteni Vitaiizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. I'rice
lOcts. and 73 ct.s. For sale by B.irclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and fragr:i:i
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweer Vvi- T.
ALL AUYEBTISEMEXTS In thl. column. (f
live line each or le will l,c pu I !-tied fur-'.
rriiM t-verv Insertion : H month wlthni;t rbacj".
$1.(10 per month, haca additional Urn- ',,., .
Mutation wanted free.
To tlie Hi'iiTiiian Elru ( imiiimiv v. j. i .1
eleetlonwill be ln-ld September Sill. K'.i
AU SULLIVAN, Sr,. y.
foil Sai.K -Sen irMi.,'v in iMMiiin. - - , ..
lllirili-K. H uew, ill'""!- rimhl,,., ,..! I ii..
Apply at Itiilletiii l.imlerv. Jok E Ii, fi '
UEAPqH'AIiTElIS I-'oU KINK AKCHEVYt. nous
.Wl'!'.i!',,,M,.".'!,"', Niootlinc t.loveis etc.. at
HENDERSON'S. Commercial av.L or
tn rTwelltli direct
To tniy brick houso. eloht mnnia in Vint I.
rr0liU.'TeveiU' I,r' """"'"i:'" Apply to A. Mar,.
pltOPOSALS l'On CI.EAHJNC, LOAD.
Proposal will In' riTidvofi imin ,..
next, for eleariuir road, rinnitiw from t!ie outher
ly end of tlie iii.i.rti ii ). to hm- (.,. i,.;.i
Cache river, up mid aliuiu i-nd near saliUtream to
tin' t alroand Joiientioro road, nirorillr,.. to nunev
on tile in county clerk' oiliee. mid a indicated I,,
Hlake riuniliep d nnd driv, n ovm- im icet u'on;'
jaidllno. To he well i-lmacd w !,vt w,U.. ,.n ,1
f"ct In center ofwhieli i-verytliltn: mint cleared
lielow the Mirlace of the eroiind. mi, I ,,. i,..i...
ancd thereby lilled no mi tlmi In. nha, in., I . .. -
w ill be caused to vehh hn. i:i,u mm. i... ..i..
iill oranyportiou or said cli-arlna W the iuto.,.-
n,i Tllnu lit ii . t .......
C hnlrman (ounty Hoard Alexander Coiu.tv.
Cairo. August 'Jilth, ls;a
pllOPOSALS KOH nrlLPIMi NEW IlIillHlK
1 OVEK LAKE CHEEK
I'miiniaK to he llluil with I'ounn, i-i.i, .. i,i i...
received hv the County Heard of Alexander Coimtv
. , , i iii.m ii ui ii i' " l un h ii . ni., .Mi.iiiiiiv. September
lxt, next, lor furnish ni? nil
necenry to liiilldatiewhiiilm. over' Lake Creek,
on ( alro niK Joiiesboio road, in auie locution a
speciiieationj may he obtained nt office of under
Hliriicd. corner w asliinnlon nieniin ami Elifhtoen'ti
atreet, In lhl cll), or troin Samuel Urlley Com
nilKxiouer, at Elco, iu thi county.
J'HOS. W. IIALLIDAV.
Chairman County Hoard.
Cairo, III., A u is. ta. Ism
Flit'IT TREES, ETC.
An hiimenae tool of Font Tree nnd Evcr
sreen Suedint'", Shrub, Krult Trees, ami (Sinll
Kiiiit, that will be old cheaper mid packed tlietter
than ul any other place on the American continent
Addie, ' C. 1'IXNEY,
Miir,'eou lluy. Win.
J1 0. FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
coitmifrrlnl Avenue Corner Ninth Street.,
ICAlltO, : s . iuwow