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"jy II. MARE AN, M. D.,
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emw 14;) Oommrrclal awnna. Ilcaldsnc corner
PtMrtcriith St. and Wellington avunne, wairo
jyil E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornct-No. 1!W Commwcial Avenue, between
f.tKhili ted NlBtU tftreex ,
J!?. W. C. JOCELYN,
t.rFIi",E-IlRUlk Street, near Commcrt ll Avenna,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OPPR'E: Willi th Widows' and Onrphana' Mu
tual Aid Boeli-tr.
J INEOAR & LAN8DEN,
Vpfrv -0. IIS CommRreial Arcnue.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
ThB Elegant Sldewhecl Pamnnaer HleamiT
a CHAMPION -am
A. J. Bino
1 f avea Cslrii every afternoon at J o'clock, for
Vaducab, Jietropoli ami way laniliups. Kor
fruiRlil or ia.n;;: apply to SOL. A. MIA ill,,
(JAIKO CIT FEIUIY CO.
On andHtitr Monday, June IB, ttie boat will make
e following tripa:
tliTBk IBAYta I.XATM
Foot Fourth at Mimouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
M a. m.
11 a ra.
X p. m.
! ! p. m.
7:a0 a. m.
:: a. ra
ll::i0 a. m.
9:30 a. m.
S a. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. ni.
v) a. m.
1 p. in
4b.s HisM.i, N. B. TniHTLtwono, J. .11. Moom
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nrv.'l'3 and 137 Commercial Avenue.,
lr-Libt.ral Advancement made on Cou.in.
Kitiu of Tobacce, Flour, and Oralu.
MTAji tit. for Clear, Scott Vq. tureablng ma
rhioea, portable aaw mill and tbrc.hmg cnnlnca.
Affoi lorClmmploo banrcttlne machine., niowert
jDealer in Fresh Meat.
IWwwn Washington und Com
ineiTlal Av, mWoining Hitnnys.
K K.EPli for ,ale ,bc B"' l'tk Wnton, Veal,
. .V,'raP' HlI,K8. ". and la prepared toaerve
famtllea io an acceptable manner.
JOHN SPROAT, .
I'RonUETOR OP Sl'ROATS INTENT
VV'Iiolesalo Dealer- in Ico.
ICK BY THE CAR LOAD Oil TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
okfi c: K :
Cr. Twelfth Street and Levee,
OUNDnv, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan iROn Works
. 93 OHIO LKVKE. CAIRO, IM.S.
John T. Bonnie,
aittlact.iriu HU,.m KnKlnaa aud Mill ftVh7ww
Hn a bUam 11 .miner and tnpl0 ,U"K;
PMaufMiura nf all klnda of Macblnery, u "
tHr"b' ,nd ,W,K Pontine maria a rned.iuT '
K 1,plll" glvou torcpalmof hi Mnoaand
Bra- CaaMORa of all klnda made to prdei
PlM Klttlni in til Ma braucboa. V
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTtHKI AT TUB ?VbT OKFIt'E IX CAWO, IL'
I.1NOI8, AH PKCOND-CI.A88 MATTKB.
OFKJCIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninar Dally in Southern Illinois.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Mr. W. E. Ik'cclicr, of (Vntral Oliio, in
in tlic city for a week's visit.
Hrickwork on Mr. Hallhlay's new
dwelling house lias been commenced by the
contractor, Mr. Henry Stout.
Twenty thousand doublo-cxtra envel
opeswhite, amber, canary, etc. received
at tlio liuu.ETiN office yesterday.
Halliduy Tiro's are filling in back of
their warehouse, to improve the facilities
for the moving alout of teams, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Dennett returned
homo from the Terry Springs, yesterday
morning, improved in point of health.
Rev, Sifferd, pastor of the English
Lutheran churcn at Anna, will preach in
the Lutheran church, here, to-morrow cven-
"Faultless" at F. Korsmeyer's, the finest
5 cent cigar ever brought to this market.
Smoke it and be convinced. Always call
for it, and smoke no oilier.
Visitor crowded in upon Glass, yester
day, in nn almost unbroken stream. The
amiable ShcrifTstood the strain upon his
goixl nature very philosophically.
-Elder Wilson's answer to Elder Shore's
card appears in' another column. If soft
words turn awav wrath. Elder Shores ought
to feel mollified. Elder Wilson is extreme
The eutire quarantine jwliee force has
not, as mary suppose, been withdrawn.
Messrs. Kinnear and Powers continue to do
duty in the night time, and Mat P. Fulton
in the daytime.
It is Dan Hartman's purpose to lay
down a rock pavement both in front and
along side of his building the full 150
feet. This is right will be nn example
worthy of imitation.
The denizens of the neighborhood of
Fourteenth and Walnut, having finally
agreed upon "the spot,"' Charley Newland
has, for the third time, we believe, com
menced sinking a drive-well there.
In the hurry and confusion attending
the removal of the passengers and baggage
from the steamer Annio P. Silver, Friday
evening, one of the passengers lest his
trunk, which had not been recovered, up
to noon yesterday.
Tlic Hoggarth pantomime troupe did
not open the Athencum last night, the pros-
poftt of paying ttiulujifc nrH it ntt milium
it. Tlic company was composed of deaf
mute, nnl wo liopcil, for that riw". lmt a
good crowd would greet them.
Tnm or three Cairo boys caught a box
of bacon that was tumbled from the Silver,
yesterday, Pirties witn skiffs on the Ken
tucky shore did ti "and office" business
catching hay, etc., much of which has al
ready lieen hauled into the interior.
The gang of street cleaners, greatly
improved the appearance of Levee street,
from Twelfth street down, by the removal of
the loos'? dirt and debris from the surface.
When the trash piles are hauled away the
appearance of Levee street will do to brag
Nick Hunrv'icker, Esq., of Iike Milli
gan precinct, will contend against the field,
we are told, for the right to hold and
possess tie office of county treasurer, from
and after the Novemlcr election. Mr.
Hunsackcr is a good citizen.nnd n popular
The county scrip has been ready fur
the Treasurer's signature Hince the 10th,
and as that officer was notified on that day.
and two days subsequently that it awaited
his signature, parties who have called for
the scrip and were compelled to leave with
out, left in a mood anything but amiable.
-Rev. L. F. llutlcr, of Princeton, Indi
ana, having recently n turnedrfrom his gen
eral mission, attended the Mt. Olive asso
eiation, in session in this city, and 'partici
pated in its proceedings, lie will leave for
the north, by the Illinois Central, on Man
day. Constable John Sheehan has heard,
in an indirect way, that his brother .Mike
was drowned at New Orleans, during
tlie recent storm that prevailed there!
Ho was m the act of stepping from a
"in go to a aicauiDoat or a vice versa, and
missing his footing fell between, ami
passed under the surface.
A warrant was sworn nut. vesterdav
for the arrest of n boy, living within a
stonn'u throw of Thr Un.i.Em office. The
atthlavit charges that the boy in question,
assailed a smaller loy than himself and
gavo Mm a severo thumping. This is nn
alarming commencement-to be brought
up as a law-breaker, when only a few years
in the teens.
On8 Mary Ilarnlmrdt caused the nm..
of Ed. Carter, a cale?man In nn up-town
grocery, yesterday, fr "chucking" pota-'
m ncr; anu to settle all doubts that
might ariso as to whether the potatoes had
been thrown, bIio produced the potatoes in
courtl Squire. OsWn wh willing to ne.
rept Mis. Mary'a oath thnt the potatoes had
been chucked at her; but ns slm was un
willing to awear that Ed. chucked them.
potatoes, itrf evidence against Ed., were
Impotent. Hnc, ho wh, dlschard
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKMag, SEPTEMBER U, lb?0.
Circuit Court commences! to-morrow,
Judge Rakor, presiding, and on the crimi
nal aide will bo a most important term. A
tho Judge will bo compelled to- open court
In Pulaski county on tho sixth day of Octo
ber, court in this county will be limited to
three weeks, unless it shall occur that one
of tho other Judges can be substituted,
whifji is not at all likely.
To keep tho machinery of the city
government in motion during tho month of
August, it beenmo necessary to make the
following expenditures: salaries, $731.10;
sidewalks , 340.87 ;8trrcts, $498.60 ;boardof
health. $1,245.51); clerks office, $13.15; jail,
$34.85, printing, $3.45; contingencies,
$271.35; Cache river bridge, $228.95; in
terest coupons, $30 total, $3,453.99.
"Spectator" may be "an archer bold,"
but the chances are that he is nottiumbereJ
among the 40 or 50 readers of tho Sun, and
that he was, therefore, utterly innocent, as
wc arc sure the community was, of ac
knowledge whatever of the stupid questions
and stupider "jokes"' that constitute the
Sun's so-called "alarm." Davis' "alarms,"
being confined to the very narrow compass
of his own brain, don't amount to much.
We caught the rumor ol a purpose u
the part of the leading colored men of the
city, to eil'tfct the establishment of a weekly
newspaper in Cairo, to be devoted to the in
terests ami advancement of the colored peo
ple. The rumor doesn't reach us from un
authoritative source or. in a definite shape.
We give it simpiy as we received it, only
adding, on our own account, that such a
paper, with John J. Uird in the editorial
harness, would be effective for good.
It is with Mnccre sorrow that we
learn of the death of Jimmy .Stockton.
He died rvt Hot Springs, the Argus tells
us. on the 5th instant. A U-tter-hcurtcd.
more jovial-mined, or whoh-souh-d young
man we never knew. He learned the
printing business in the office of the
Mound City Emporium, during our con
nection with that paper, and we learned
to love the ioy almost as a sou. He saw
much (t sorrow, poor felh w, J had sore
jx-rson n! ;i:::rtions; but bore them all
heroically, anil with u cheerful
good nature. His death will causi.- a
feeling en' profound -rrow a;n. ng
all who knew him.
The merchants n:i.l business men
owning the property on t'te wot side of
Commercial avenue, from S:xth to Eighth
street. Iiave. with, one sia.'le exception,
agreed to remove the prej-nt variegated
sidewalk, and subMirute rick slabs. It is
to be regretted that the ibjectiug party
c ;iot be brought into thr- arramiemen
The improvement would add five times its
cost to the value of the property, and
render that locality the business center of
the.cKy. 'flic j.ropetty holder from Eighth
to Ninth will speedily follow the example,
we dare say. and give us a couthuous
ttF.t.i. , ,.l jjgverue"' fr'"' 'th
to Ninth. It would at once become a
popular promenade. People would visit
it for the luxury of hearing their iieeis
After exhausting ( very means tiiat cx
petienceand ingenuity could suggest, and
alter working the whole of Priday night, it
was found impossible to txtinguish the
tire in the Silver's hold, and about S o'clock,
yesterday morning, the was scuttled. In
settling down she was 1'iciirn d to careen
rind it became wces-nrv totumblc a law
lot of hay. oats, etc.. into t!ie river. A
barge was brought along side, and by its
use, she was let down in tolerable shape,
the hold being Hooded und the fire ex
tinguished alx.ttt !i o'tl'.vk. The Eckert
promptly mad" .ready to pump the water
out. und for that. purpoFe moored herself
alongside. The extent of the damage sus
tained has not been ascitaincd.
All the editorial tjid local matter we
had prepared, up to 1 o'clock p. m., yes
terday, for to-d:y's paper, together with
a lengthy communication of local import
an i the m-s. of tiie poetry published else
where were lost by the messenger upon
whom we charged their delivery, between.
Nineteenth street and Tin; Ih i.i.KTix office
The most diligent search and inquiry failed
tO llui'loci' (III. tllli I'c'll.iilO. ..('it !..
,.,,... .,.,..,, ,. ' l'
" " "-"o-iH-iuo oi .on- ii was recovered.
We mention the fact to explain the meager
nessofour editorial matter, and the non
appearance of the communication referred
to. We wi re compelled to (ill the space
they mioiit have occupied with other
"TlmMan" Is the mime of u new New
York weekly that is to advocate the claims
of the New Liberal party that is to m
organized by R.h logcrftoll, Elizur Wright,
W. P. Mr nditiii ami other noted Liberalists,
in Cincinnati to titty. Asa K. Butts. No. tj
I)ey street, is the editor of the ".Man," and
is a gentleman of fine culture, und is nn
elgnnt and most forcible writer; but In
stating that there arc tyis of thousands of
Democrats and hundreds of thousands
Republicans ready and waiting to join the
new organization, ho is over-sanguine.
There is some enthusiasm iiminifested in
the movement, us is indicated in the meet
ing of five thausand Germans in Jersey
City; but it will be some time before Robert
and Elizur will marshal even one hundred
thousand men from tiny- quarter. "Tlio
Man"costsone dollar a year.
The second trip of the Cairo and Vin.
rennes necomiiiodutioir train from Carmi,
eanie in ntthe regular time, veterday morn
ing, with one hundred and thirty-five p,,H.
scrigers on board an Inereasi! of about one
hundred upon the first trip. The cause of
this most gratifying iucrcaso was indicated
in the remark of one of tho passengers, that
'tho people hadn't heard toll of tho arrange
nvnt until a few days ago." As the pro
ject is one that Is to fho mutual advantage
of town and country, tho papers along the
lino can very well afford to givo it a good
deal of "free blowing." Let It be known
t everybody that tho train runs every Sat
urday, so as to give tho visitor abundance of
time in Cairo for the transaction of uny or
dinary business; and further, that tho faro
is put way down, so that full trains provide
for little moro than their running expenses
let this be known, and every truin that
comes in will bring its hundred passengers.
It's a big thing, is this accommodation
train, for tho country hence to Cartni as
well as to Cairo, aud deserves ell the en
couragement the people interested can be
stow. Mediant's son, George, was in the city
yesterday, and is under the impressioi that
if his step-mother's children were not re
straine j by fear, they could disclose what
might serve as a clue, at least to the facts
involved in the shocking murder of bis
father. A young colored man, named
I.usk, a resilient of the neighborhood,' and
Morris, u young white man, who worked on
the farm, are both in jail. Mis. Mecham
is under arrest, but. ns before stated, iats
home, under guard. George says that the
children have said, btlt were bull dozed out
o! it, that instantly after the filing some
Widy ran up stairs; that shortly afterwards
Mrs. M. followed, coming down in a few
minutes with somebody in company with
her. The woman's statement that a light
was left burning is disproved by the evi
dence of parties who passed the house
at different hours ot the night, and saw n
sign of a light. The statement is further
disproved by the fact that whoever did
the shooting, burned matches to produce a
light tjie burned itubs of the matches be
ing found scattered nWt the lloor. Mrs.
Mecham gives no sign of grief or heart-felt
sorrow concerning the terrible oerurrence.
On the contrary, she r.iai.itains n moody;
sullen silence, refusing to talk aliont the
matter to anybody. The silence, however,
may have been enjoined by her lawyer.
rUOTl-ST AO AiXT I.E'. t.IZKI HOMK !IS
THE IT.OIMIsK!) EMXITIOX OK OI.ASS
(At T HIE WKHEi; TO SlIf.'JDEIt WITH
EiiiMr Cairo DulldOi:
Was there ever a time since we claim-'d
our freedom that our jails, penitetithrh ,
inane asylums and houses for the drunk
ard and for the imbecile were so over
whelmingly full as now. And has there
seen a decade in nil our hundred years that
witnessed so many hangings ns lias the
lust. What is the lesson to be learned from
these facts? Is it not that the more pun
ishments we inflict the mo.e capital pun
"'"'it I men -tho larger the number
grows tijK.ii whom the law cun inflict it ;
I am not one of those loquet-bcstowin",
incense-offering individuals who look ujjn
a murflercr ns a highly-favored j.erson
upon whom to lavish homage,
and are to-be-envied sort of fume and no
toriety. On the other hand, I would have
ail men who violate the laws in such a de
cree ns Charles Glass has done, punished by
th laws, but punished in accordance with
his ability to comprehend and understand
Ins own crime; and have no man, what
ever his crime, hanged. To sit in council
over such a mortal as Glass, fundi inn ami
hang him. has, to ine, much the .looks of
sitting in council over and condemning the
vicious and deadly conduct of n dumb
brute, and dragging it up to execution. j
rViediciicc to law ami order: and. in so far
as the cxainjile goes, would prove nlxnit ns
bi netieial to other men of his stamp. A
severe thrashing with a cat-'o-niin -fiils
would prove a thousand times more i lliea
( ions and would hold in its execution u
rrcatcr terror for miclf men than nil
tlio gallowses ever erected in the I'nite,!
Mates ever held, or ever will hold. Is not
lids a self evident fact.' Is there a man
who doubts it who ever gave the matter a
I sincerely sympathize with Sheriff
Hodges, for I know his whole soul shrinks
t'ro the performance of the duly the law I
imposes tijion him. Ho is nmangitted with
brains, has o tender heart find knows he is
compelled to do a most disagreeable duly,
mid nustand will sirffer accordingly. Glass,
on the other hand, is a poor, ignorant fel
low, who hardly knows and certainly cannot
appreciate his own crime or his own .uii
ishmcnt a sort of creature that can be and
is held to strict account for all his misdeeds,
though, in a measure, is not, in himself,
fully cognizant of the enormity of his sin
or of bin sufferings.
Is there no way, Mr. Editor, by
which this cruel deed can be auiel
liorated? Can nothing be done to avert that
horrible execution? Ugh, it gives me the
shudders to even think of it! The morbid
curiosity that would glut itself witnessing
tlio sickening sight, is just the material
to grow up fiends and demons in hu
man shape. Then, if it may not bo looked
upon, where the lesson? Do wo hang the
murderer to punish him, or to serve as a
warning to others? Yours, terribly dis
turbed, Hano. No-Max,
It will pay you to await the opening of
nn cntiro nenr stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, e,l Ohio
DIES NEXT TUESDAY.
U!,ASH MAIXTAtNS A HAITV NlAMt OP MINI)
JS VIKW OF HIS KXICtTTlON KXJOVS A
JOKE AND OCCAMONAM.V VEIIPKTRATF.R
OXK A TALK WITH UIM YESTKHDAY.
Although Charley Glass is fated to see
only two moro risings and settings of the
suu, his apparent unconcern and light
heartedness, excite surprise. Possibly he is
inspired by the hope of a reprieve or com
mutation; but he declares that he is not,
and feels that he must die.
Yesterday when our reporter called, ho
was In a bantering humor, apparently the
happiest man hi jail.. Ed. Braxton had
been talking to him, and called out, as he
turned to leave: "G.iod-byc Charley, I
yin't shake hands with you; but ns I shall
never seo you again, I'll sny good-bye for
ever.". Glass, who was soaping Ins hands
responded : "No, I can't shake hands with
you; it would be a slippery shake; but it's
all the sumo" and feeling touched by the
humor of the remark, he laughed quite
heartily. To our reporter's inquiry it he
felt disposed to talk, ho humorously
replied that the price of his talk was a
nickel. He hail heard of the petition in his
behalf, he suid, but it was too late, ('apt
Chapman told him he'd sign a petition and
give $50, and ('apt. Ned Waincn said he'd
do the same; but the petition wasn't read v.
"If they'd let me go up and see the presi
dent of the State, Mr.McCtilloni a brother
of Mr. McCauliff there" and here Glass
laughed again "if they'd let mc go tip, the
prcbidcnt would turn me loose. But peti
tions are as apt to go ov -rthe left shoulder
as the right one, and mine is going over the
Being asked if his sleep or apj.etite was
disturbed, he said "No, I eat all I run get.
and I get phnty, ami I guess no man can
eat any more than he i an get." and here
another laugh came in. -f sleep soundly
nearly ail night. Last night I dreamed that
the scattohi was done, and they had mc
hanging down the hatchway, to n rope like
i . t . .
an uugcr. uii'i mey were (.winging me
back and forward and whirling mi
around tremendous, until somebody cut me
down. Then they juYked me up and car
ried me out into a wheat-field, and serin
that they conldn't hang me there I waked
up shouting and rejoifing. But I have got
to hang. J don't blame Mr. Hodge. I'd
mingy. .ii, sai.i lie, eying the rcporti r, "or
any other man, if I was Sheriff. No, I dou't
11 ir. II , ... .
u.aoie .nr. iio.ige. lies done notion" to
me; but he's going to do something to me,
next Tuesday" and at this grim pleasantry
He was told that if he had anv reasonable
favor to nsk, to make it known. "Yn. in
deed," he rej.licd, with a grin, "I've big
favors to ask. I've to ask of Mr. Hodges
to plea.se drop the keys, like he'd lost 'cm,
where some friend of mine can find 'em
and unlock the door; and I've the favor to
ask that that Hum (inclining Governor ("ill
loin) would send for ine to corne uj there.
Wouldn't I I hapjiy! But, no," said he
gloomily, "the men and women Unit wanted
my life ate going to get it. The scaffold
is finished, and Tuesday I die on it. But I
know that the souls of them that prosecuted
me so hard are not resting easy. They've
got the stain of my blood on 'cm, and it
will always stay there. My fix i, no worse
then theirs, In this world, and in the next
world they'll suffer a thousand times worse
than they suffer here,"
At this juncture a number of colored vis
itois ciime up, und the talk became too mis
cellaneous to follow,
On Friday ;inss tried very hard to per
suade the wutehnian lo transfer him to an
other cell, claiming that he sulli red from
the head.u he where he was, and couldn't
sleep. The watchman being a small man.
and no match for Glass, physically, it is be
lieved that )t was tlic'de,peratc fellow V pur
: had the door been opened to effect the
Iran . I', i. to have made n dah for liberty.
N'.i.viihManding bis protestations that he
is I' Mdy and somewhat anxious to do nnd
pass to celestial spheres, ic would promptly
avail liimsei; of nny earthly chance lo re
gam his liberty. But he will not be fur
nished the "earthly chance." From this
time forth the guards will be so increased
and strcniBiened, that he could not escape,
il the walls around him were leveled with
KLMii: WILLISOX IX BKSl'ONSi: TO
ELDER T. .1. SHORES.
rillistl.KXT OK THE LXKCtTIVE IIOAIil) OK
MT. OJ.IVi: llAI'TIST AS.H()( IATIOX.
I am sorry to have to answer this card,
but until is the light. I myself was Moder
ator of this Association, when you attached
yourself to this body, which was in Mctrop
olis, Illinois, I was also Moderator of this
Association when it convened nt Hopewell
church, and I know the condition in- which
you left, and when you left this body, I
learned when you left this Association nnd
returned to Cairo, that you knew the Mod
erator and you said to your knowing that
he had stolen two or three horses. I om
hero to-day, sir, to say. you and no other
man cannot sny anything disrespectful of
my character. Now, sir, I Kny that you
left tlis Association likn a lion, seeking
whom be may devour. W ns a body pro
fessto be tho people of God; we justify
that which is right, nnd condemn that
which is wrong. The Scriptures snith "(hat
it is needful that oll'ense coinotli, but woo bo
unto him by whom the offense cometh," nnd
furthermore the Scriptures saith, "that n
man had better havrjt mlll lone hanged to
his neck and drowned in the depths of tho
sea, tlisti to offend one of tho least ot my
little ones," and you have offended all that
belongs this Association, that his tho
glace of God In their hearts. May the Lord
have mercy upon you. " Vengeance is miuo
and I will repay saith tho Lord."
Opened Monday morning and
will continue to annnlv customers
with tho choicest tsteaks, rousts and
all kinds ot cut meats. Shop comer Eleventh
street and Washington avenue, at the pld
stand. All old friends and new customers
are invited to give us a call.
The fashionable boot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure iu announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that ho
can FtiU bo found at his shop in the Athe
ncum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, I mots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material an J of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, nil of his work will bo
warranted us represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL BISINESS NOTICES.
Anti-Bku.i.m Pitui;s-t the barber
shop of .I.Geo. Steinhou.se, Eighth otrcet,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool sho, cay chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmm, und sat'
isfactory wotk.1 Prices: Shaving, io
cints; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing
') cents. iiio him ,,.,)
Vol- Miss it if you t in-clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere txccj.t'of A.
Mai x, the favorite clothier, f.l Ohio Lccc.
Notice. t$u whom it matconckuk:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless tho
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, und the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same arc endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bt unktt.
A. Maux. now in New York, will pur
( base the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought t' Cairo
A"' ANVKUTIsKSIENTS In 11,1, rlun,n. tf
1 thr .mi., rain ur !. villi 1,(. ,Mi.lt-d f,.r ii".
"'J'" l'r-r"": Imoi.thi hithuut rhatg",
I u. ."'' ,K"rh "' c"u
Slliiatli.li. Hauled for.
To r. nt a niiall lion..- furnl.h.d. !th tlir.'.-ur
l'"'o box WW i0"''r Prt ""' M(iry"
M UN ISIIEII II. D Ms roK KENT.
i;liiriil. i.dr.K.iinf.r nut. with or whlneo
AlM-lr at .Mr.. Kilirald, ,orn'.r of
iHi-lith and 1'ojUar.
A No 1 liar-room nnd .h-hiuj (0r cifflco fvn'
t'ir'Ol. rr.lo cu..p Altiimanr other bar-rwi
Tenth .treel and ahlc-.'ton avenue
D. lmonlro Hi,t.., Culro
ion K.x.a leiioi.t
Alt').. I airo. 111..
I-.'H S-ai.i! -Si's-arately or tc.;lher. a et of .in ,
Iiariier... t,..r, n.L. ni.lilou and a ln -- ,
A'l'l at Hiilietiti Innd.Tv. jK milKI 1
c V. IIKXhKliso.Vs.'i ommi'ra. aveL. ,'u'
lierTm inii .tri-el
, " to i.'K.vr.
rno.tnrv lirl.'l l.,.ti... ..i.. i.. ..
' , - ' I'll'., mh'iii.. iin lLT l
ON THE f'liTKI.'NTl! DAY OfOCTOBKH NEXT
EDWARD A. I1IIDEU
Will remove lo III. romnindion. and linnil.om'i
new .lore, ou
next io(.it to si linrs Ni:vi)i;ni stoi:k
........ , ..n tieneilV
S verHHrn. ele.. in I In'.! io. I i,u. i
III' W ill 111 it'll u II Ii Hi.' Mm, ..I .i,.l. ,.r i
Itiiin III III. i:i..ent iiiinrtem, lie mil lo ei. ou hand
iiiiiriteal'irki.rilii'illlleri-iil erailea m
iiihI oilier Ma.ii al In.tiumi'iit. nnd merrhamli.e
lie will nlwHi-have In tin. .lorf a rni.ablp and re
lliilne tuner nntl lem hcr.niul will ruler I'.perlullv
lo t In? mn.li-iil iiiinlle. Tlio-c ('iiiilemplaiini: t-ur-liuliii:
plioi.m or i.ijniiB, would ilnwt-ll to ,nt
nnd miei t hi. M.iriai Ell. A. Ill DElt.
, .'lt:ht7iro.'t Hiid W .liliiHt..-n Av.-.
K.tnlih.lifil In s.
oit (ioi.Ti; acitkoi! nntoNir.
Mniiiil'iiitiirpit on) v muter tho above Trade Murk
ECROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OPTAKIH AND I.KIPZKI.
Imineilliiifl ri'llef warrnnteil. Vrtimiieiit riiro
Ciiiirantei'il. Now I'Xi'.ln.lvi'ly uaeil by n rplelira
led 1'hy.lidiiiia of Eumpo ami Atnerli ii, IhtimiiIiii! a
Sluplo, llarnilK.a and KehnOlo Itcmedy on both
contliu'iila. Tht) ullient Mi'rtlriil Arndemv of
Paris ri'sorla HSriirea out of lmirii.e. wilhln threu
iliiya. rjei ret-Tlui only ill.Kolvcrf t.,M,.nou
t rie Ald w .li-U exlx. In the l,m, of i!i1(MlmBtle
mid (loniy Pntii'iita. 1 n box; il boxea for t'
.Hem to anv mldrei-s mi roreliit or ,)r,.0, i,lor;,.J
by riiy.kliiuii. Hotdbvulllirtui.t., Aildreaa
Only Itnportvrn Depot C1 BroDdwny, N,.
rff,obJr nAIK'LAY K'H'S., and DmnlaU
i i rf