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im daily- caiko bulletin ? Tuesday Mouaiyu, September 10. , istj).
MA.REAN, M. D.,
Honwopftthlc. Physician and Snrjredn
Oflce 140 CnmmorcUl ramus. Bealdcnca corner
ourteentJarJt. ana WMUittgion aTenue, t,airo.
pit. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ori No. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
lights tad N loth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE--Eichtli Street, near Commercial Avenne
HOM AS LEWIS, - .
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
. OFFICE :-Witb tho Widows' aud Oorpbaua' Mu
tual Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN, , .
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
JOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
Tbe Elegant Hldewheel Panaeniter Steamer
A.J. BIRD f...
Leaven Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Pauucab, Metropolis and way landing, for
freight or paHHagu apply to 8UL. A. SILVi.il,
(AIRO CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, J auo lti, tbe boat will make
lie fallowing wp:
LIlVKb LSaVH LIAVI8
Foot FonrtU St. Mimourl Laud'g. Kcntniky Ld'g.
1 a. tn.
9 a. m.
It a. m.
i p. m.
7:30 a. m.
0:: a. m.
11:811 a. m.
9:30 a. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
. 10 a. m.
4 p. m.
J anas IliNKLE, N. B. Thiatliwood, J. U. Moors
Farmer's ToWicco Warehouse
No. 125 and 137 Commercial Avenue,
Hf-Liberal Advaucement made on Consign
ment of Tobacco. Flour, aud Grain.
tWAgtuta for Gear, Scott Co. threahlng ma
cliinea, portable saw mill and threahing engine.
Agenla lor Champion hArveatlug wachlnea. niowera
and reaponij. -
Dealer in thresh Meat.
Hwtween "Washington and Com
mercial Av, adjoining Ilannys.
I-'KEPS for Halo the bent Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
lY Lamb, Sauaairu, Ac, and i prepared to aerve
famlliea In an acceptable manner.
POUXDKY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Iron Works
: OHIO I.RVF.K. CAIRO. ILLS.
John T. liemiie,
TTAVI.V'i cntabliched bia works at tbe above men
11 tinned place In better prepared tbau ever lor
manufacturing Steam Engine and Mill Machinery.
Having a Steam Hammer and ample Tool, tnu
manufacture of all kinda of Mactiini-ry, Uullroad,
Steamboat and linage rorgingt made a fpecially.
Kapecial attention given to repair of Li -lne and
Brans Castings ofall kind ruado to ordei
Pips Fitting In all lu brauchua.
ON THE FIFTEENTH DAY OKOCTOBER NEXT
EDWARD A. BUDER
Will remove to bis commodiou and hanttcoine
new store, on
NEXT DOOR TO HCHCH'H NEWDItUU STORE
lis will open w ith the tnent Hlock of Jewelry
Hllverware, etc., In theatate.niid having more room
than In bis present Quarters, he will keep on band
large atocK 01 me ainvreui graaea 01
and other Musical Instrnmotita and merrbaiidlao,
ll will alwava have In I he store a capable ami rn
liable tuner aud teacher, and will cater specially
1.. thu mnalr.l imhlln. Those coiittinitilatini imr.
cbanlog pianoa or oryaim, would Unwell in wait
and inspect uia skm-k. . a, m.uiin,
Eighth street aud Wahlngti n Ave.
LVtabllrhed (n I ho;,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KVTKHKD AT row OFWCK IN CAIRO, It
LIN0I9, AS SECOND-CLAM MATTER.' .
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Morulnar Dally in Southern Illinois.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY
Asa Hodges' Bickness took an unfavor
able turn, yesterday.
Rend notice of Fitry boat Throe States,
special trips for Charleston fair. ,
Judge Allen ried in the city yestcN
day, ond will probably remain during tho
sitting1 of the court.
The trial of James Gray for assaulting
Mochan, camo on jwferday, and was given
to the jury in tho evening.
There arc, In our county jail this morn
ing, three mtfn resting under the charge of
murder, and ono convicted of murder.
The M39. of Gjass' day-droam camo
to hand, last night, after our spaco had
been filled by other matter. Wo will pub
lish it to-morrow.
Mrs. Foy, the female who raised the
racket in the neighborhood of Twenty-
eight and Sycamore, was released from tho
Geoige Baker, who for several years
past has been with Henry Rriclmn, has nc
ceptcd a position with Andrew Lohr.
George is a good man in any position.
"The faultless" is an appropriate nitnic
forafine flavored, pure Havana fillers cent
cigar, that is truly without a fault and can
be purchased only'of F. Korsmeyer, Sixtlt
The standing collar that excited so
much remark at the court house, yesterday,
was not worn as a disguise. The wearer is
simply developing his true character. He's
A. Marx has returned from the East
and is busy from morning till night open
ing his now fall awl'wintcr goods. Call on
htm if you would have the best goods and
Judge Allen and Judge Cawiord ar
rived in tho city, yesterday. Both of them
arc retained in important criminal cases
pending in our circuit court. They paid
their respects to The Bulletin, a friendly
interest that we appreciate.
There was an almost unbroken stream
of people pouring in and out 'of the court
house basement, y.-sterday, taking final
leave of Charley Glass. Tho colored
women were very fervid, and, no doubt,
honest in their expressions of sympathy.
Newton Henry desires us -to say that
he is in no maimer involved in tho Shores-Caldwcll-Wtlson
controversy, and 0nt
the appearunco of bis name to Elder
Wilson's card is a piece of inndvertance
for which ho is in no manner responsible.
The affair is somewhat remote, but it
may interest some of our readers that on
Thursday evening of next weekj tho ladies
will spread n fine supper in Reform hall,
with oysters and ice cream, as the weather
may suggest, and an abuudance ot 4 every
thing else that is relisliablo aud toothsome.
The residents of the Fifth ward clamor
unceasingly tor a policeman. With an in
creased number of stores and business
houses, thoy 'aso their claim upon the
ground of justice and fair dealing, nnd will
keep up the clamor until they secure the
Circuit court convened yesterday
morning. The grand jury was eiiipainielleil,
sworn aud charged. Mr. R. Miller
being selected os foreman, the jury retired,
and entered nt once upon 11 consideration
of the business in band. The session ot the
jury will not be protracted, it is thought,
beyond Wednesday evening.
Glass must hang. In a dUpatch to
Surveyor Fisher, Governor Culloni says that,
in view of the frequency and atrocity of the
murders ami assassinations in Southern
Illinois, of late, ho cannot interpose his
clemency in the Glass case. Aud so, be
tween the hours of 1 nmr to-day, the
wretched man must die,
Reynolds, who was recently indicted
In the Union county circuit court for mur
der, was committed, by Judge Huiker,
without bail. As we before stuled, he ob
tained a chrtngo of venue to Alexander
county, nnd will probably be tried during
the present term of our cirgiit court. He
was transferred to our jail on Sunday even
ing. J. S. I). Jjiroy, alias William iniing,
an escaped-convict from the Missouri peni
tentiary, was arrested 011 the steamer Colo
rado, by Constable Shoehun, about :
o'clock Sunday. Sheehan has been on the
lookout for tho fellow for some time past.
There is a reward offered for his apprehen
sion, which HHecluin is m a fair wav to
Thirty convicts escaped from the ('lies
ter penitentiary, Saturday night, in a drove
a fact that tells louder nnd plainer" than
words can tell, of the absence of Deputy
tmlcn Irvin. With 400 desperate devils
directly from Joliet, under his charge, nnd
with no means of confinement better than u
thin brick wall nnd n Ixmrd fence, Irvin
never lost a man ! .The name of the new
deputy is C. C. Starkweather.
Mr. Felix Malinski brought us three
peaches yesterday, from n basket full raise
in his yard from a small wed ling tree
They weru very flno peaches, the smallest
one having a circumfcrencej of ten nnd
a-half inches. Tho soil hero Seems to pos
sess a peculiar fitness for tha growth of
fruits. Tho largest pears, peaches, plums
nnd apples wo ever saw were of Ciro
growth. ; ,,
W. P. Smyth, lute of tho St. Louis
Times, and at present on special service for
the Republican, will prolong his stay in
and about the'eity, a week or ten days. yet.
His report ol tho Annio P. Silver disaster,
published in Sunday and Monday's Issues
of tho Republican, embodies is excellent
shape, all tho details ot tho occurence from
the discorvery of the fire to tho rcmooring of
the rescued boat on this side of tho river.
It is tho fullest and best report of the af
fair wo have yet seen.
Miss Mamie Lentz 'cclebratod her 14th
birthday at tho home of her parents, last
night. There was a full house of young
friends and a visible sprinkle of persons of
oldcr.growth. A marked feature of the
evening's entertainment was tho successful
presentation of several tableaux, among
others tho following: Beatrice de Ceuci,
Miss Lizzie Wood ; Gypsy Fortuno Teller,
Miss Birdie Orr; Caudle's Curtain Lecture,
Miss Mamie Lippitt and Fred Galigher;
Scene from Cinderella, Mamie. Lippitt,
Mamie Lcntz and Fred Galigher.
A boot black was giving a gentleman
"a bhine," on Commercial avenue Sunday,
when another boot-black npproachod,
shoved him awny, and commenced excels
iug iiis muscles on tho other boot. Tho
brush of No. 1 was promptly hurled at No.
2's head. A brush was fired in return, and
when tliis sort of ammunition was exhausted
the vicious youngsters seized their boxes,
with the charitable view of braining each
other, when the Marshal put in an appear
ance nnd escorted them to the calaboose.
A few days confinement may have a snltwl
tary cHect upon them. 1 hey are becoming
an intolerable nuisance.
The boot-blacks that infest the city
are developing into a brood of unbearable
ruffians. Intolerably impudent and saucy,
they arc becoming foul-mouthed, vicious
and dissipated. They pick up from CO
cents to $1 a day, each, and instead of ex
pending it for "medicines for sick mothers,"
they squander it in dissipation. Many of
them have acquired a taste for gambling
that amounts to a passion, and arc travel
ing along the road liellwards at a rapid
guit. To forbid them the streets for the
prosecution of their calling would prove a
blessing, eventually, to every one of them.
Good boys at the start, some of them may
be, but their associations soon demoraliie
ANOTHER ASSASSINATION JOI1X BUR is
SHOT AND KILLED WHILE H1TTINO AT HIS
OWN T.U5I.E, AND 1118 HKAD IS BEATEN Ij
TO A PULP BY BLOWS KP.OM TUB GIN
STOCK I A I'EUTINENT INQUIRY.
Where, how, when, will the prevailug
epidemic of crime be brought to an cnl
The horror begotten of one atrocious Hin
der scarcely subsides until the public is
brought to the contemplation of . nnotlur.
Life is held as of no value, and men, sittiig
111 the supposed security of their own fumi.y
circles; sleeping in their own beds, r
mingling among their fellows, cud: thinking
or dreaming of danger, are mercilessly
slaughtered, and hurried, without warning,
to the realities of another world. Crime
stalks abroad among us, unnppalled by the
threatened penalty ot the law, and no man
can say that he is not marked as the
next victim for the ussasiu's bullet (
At a point in Mississippi county, about
four miles south of Charleston, ami proba
bly a dozen or more miles from Cairo, live
tho families of John Burns and Rieharl
Jones. The latter believing that Burns
was on terms of unwarranted familiarity
with bis wife, became furiously jealoi,
and a harmless ahc-nring scraiio followed.
Burns was arrested and lined 30, and hav
ing no money, sas committed to the
Charleston' jail. The next day. however, ho
was released on the execution of a mort
gage onau part of his grow ing crop. Burns
then returned home, inicndins to remain
there until tho coin crop, 111 which he held a
half interest, could be gathered and dis-
Kised of. When Burns was committed to
jail, Jones struck out for Texas, and 011
Wednesday, of last week, Burns received 11
Idler from him, purporting to have been
written ami mailed 111 Texas. In this letter
Jones gave Burns the insurance that he
did not hold him reponsiblu for bis
intimacy with Mis. Jones, and vmild'lct
the ufiole mailer pass out of mind. Dur
ing all this Interval Mrs. Jones remained in
the neighborhood, at the house of an ac
quaintance On his return home, Friday
ovcniiur, Burns found Mrs. Jones
there. After supper she retired to an ad
joining i'(Miin, leaving Burns at the table,
reading. A few momeuts afterwards tho
report of a Bhot-gun was heard, 1111.I Burns,
with a charge of buck-shot In the breast,
tumbled from Ids chair to the floor. Tho
wounded man, giving some Intimations of
remaining life, tho bloody assassin entered
tho room, nnd, using tho butt of his gun ns
a bludgeon, heat tho dying man's head lido
an unreeoiintziiblo mass of crushed bones
ami bruised mid bloody flesh. His dmboli
rnl work thus completed, the assassin left
the room ami lied the country. The let
ter and other circumstances point
to Joncn as the guilty mun ; but m he was
not seen hi the country before tho murder
or since then, the ofllcef of the law are said
lo lie entirely nt sea in their efforts to fix
the terrible, responsibility where It 'rightly
1 Tho murdered man-was a native of New
tork, and at tho time of , hU death, wn
about 80 years old. no was a bricklayer
and plasterer by trade, and as hq werked in
this city, lie is known to quite all of his fellow-tradesmen
here, and, perhaps, to many
others. Dying poor, leaving no money' to
pay for the capture and prosecution of his
murderer, tho chances are that his horrible
takiug-off will go unavenged.
The question again recurs, when and
where is this carnival of crime to stop? Red
handed devils shoot down the citizen who
may have incurred their displeasure, and
then laugh at the impotency of tho lawj
and the weakness, the timidity of our courts
of justice t To-day a wretched negrt man
answers, with his life, for the crime of
murder. Tho good of society demands his
life, nnd tho lives, as well, of all who have
blackened their souls and appalled the com
munity, os ho did, by the horrible crime of
NOT MUCH INCLINED THAT WAY.
A SUGGESTION, AND A RECITAL OP EXPERI
ENCE THAT GREATLY IMPAIRS ITS VALUE.
The formation of an old settler's club
has been suggested. While such an or
ganization might prove an efficient agent
in the collection and preservation of local
history, olden-time relics, etc., wc feci abso
lutely assured that the club will not bo
formed. A singular fatality has attended
every effort yet made by tho masculine cle
ment of Cairo to establish and maintain or
ganizations nkiu to that suggested. Tho
Delta club was organized by the best peo
ple of Cairo. The severest "hanling over-the-coals"
we ever received wa9 because we
predicted, when we saw tho germs of dis
solution nt work, that' the club would not
last forever. But the club "petered out,
just tlie same," and for the expenditure of
about a thousand dollars, the members had
the memory of a rousing big dancing party,
only. Tho Commercial Library associ
ation and the old settlers
club of UGG or 7, passed out -of
existence much in the same manner. The
latter gathered in the seeds of ufecution at
the start by admitting, ns old settlers, men
who had not lived in the county three years.
The former died gradually of accumulat
ing debts. The Reform club owes its con
tinued existence to the fact that it is not
dependent upon the gregariousness or the so
cial nature of the maie population. As a
rule the masculine portion of our popula
tion care but little for the attractions of so
cial life. The young men are light-hearted
and socially inclined; but as soon as they
become Aitangled in the meshes ot matri
mony, like the older people they become
subjected to "a species of cynicism that ren
ders them selfish and exclusive. Of course
there are exceptions, but these exceptions
are not suflieiently numerous to rnder-ny
exclusively social organization among tho
men, a success. Hence, if formed, an old
settler's club would soon "go under."
GLASS' LAST STATEMENT.
THE DOOMED MAN DETAILS THE FACTS
THAT LED UP TO THE MURDER OF
CARTER NEWMAN, CLOSING WITH AN
OUTBURST OF RF.SENTMENT AGAINST THE
PROSECUTING ATTORNEY AND THE PEOPLES
WITNESSES WHICH WE EXCLUDE.
Charley Glass, the murderer who is to
expiate his crime on the gallows to-dav.
desiring that bis statement should go to the
public before be is executed, enlisted the
services of an omcnuunsis, yesteday
morning ond about mid-day, sent us tho
following which he is pleased to term bis
"true dying statement." The recital har
monizes, in tho main, with the testimony
given to the jury, except as to the location
of the death wound, in reference to which
he is mistaken. He indulges in no pre
liminary rhapsodies, but enters at once
upon the merits of his stutcmcnt, nsfollows:
"On Wednesday, the 10th, day of March,
A. I). 189, I Wits on my way from work,
to get my supper. It wis about 0 o'clock
in the evening. Ellen McKeruey, met me
at Mr. Ernest IVttits' grocery store, anil
asked me for 10 cts. to get gin with. I told
her f didn't have it. She said "give it to
me, ami I'll tell you something yo'u want to
hear." I run my bund in my pocket and
pulled out 10 cts. and gave it to her. She
said "slip up stairs as easy as you can and
you'll find your wife (Ruthv Bro.wn) and
Carter, in your little room, locked up to
gether fthey have peen there all day." I
done as she said, nnd saw them both come
out of the room. I went to the door and
the bed was tumbled, which was made lip,
when I left there nt dinner time. I went
in tother room, set down by tho stove, and
hung my head down and laughed. Ruth
said, "what's the matter; what you laugh
ing at?" I said, "what you been doing?"
SI10 said "nothing." My reply was "you
can't fool me, I'm too old." She then went
buck in the little room, and I slipped to tho
door, and saw her putting on hrr.drawcrs,
Then sho come out, nnd I told her I was
going to move my thlnirs. Sho thowed her
arms round my neck, and said "please
Charlie, don't leave me, and I'll bclnwc my
self tho rest of my life." This happened
In tho presence of Wash Steel and his wife.
I said "go way, I been fooled too often by
nigger women, and don't 'low to be fooled
no more." She then said, "Ilroiher Wash,
talk to him for me; I don't want him to
lenvo me; ho has treated me belter thnu
ntiy body else ever iiui.' wash talked to
111c, nnd ns I did love the wotunn, I went
bnck to the room. She give mo s une kind
oftea, to make nie love, and hang after her,
I know what kind of tea it was, but I wont
my. She come after me, nnd set h iy
lap, and commenced crying, and asked 010
for money to buy meat with for bronkfast.
I givo her a dollar, for I had nothing less,
in change. Sho went out, and while I was
eating my supper, a friend come and told me
that she had gone and bought ten cents
worth ol whisky, and givo it to Carter
Newman. I had dono told her not to go
to church that night, but after she givo the
whisky to Carter, she come back, and coiu
.menced fixing in a big hurry for church.
I . sposed they had 1 niado a , plot
to go together, and I snatched her
bonnet and cloak away from her.
Sho jumped at mo, and while trying to take
her bonnet and cloak,' I got the 00 cents out
of her pocket, was why I noed she had
spent 10 cents of the 1.00, ns my friend
had told 1110. In tho tussle, she thowed
water on me, and I Mapped her. Carter
then grabbed her, nnd run off with her up
tho sidewalk. Her little cousin said to me,
"come on cousin Charlie, I'll show you right
whar they is," and ho showed them to me,
under the sidewalk, hid. I then went back
to my house, locked myself up, and went
to sleop. This wa3 about 9 o'clock, and sho
said sho was going to her mother's. About
II o'clock she como back, knocked at tho
door, and begged me to let her in. A few min
utes artcr that, he come and knocked at the
door, and I told him to go away. I had let
Ruth In, and he cursed mo and said "let mo
$t, I've paid tor a bed." I told him ho
hadn't paid me. I said to Ruth, you been
off half the night with, that nigger, and
now come back here to bother me. You
said you was gwinc to your mother's. Sho
went to the door whispered to him, and
then lie went oft". I tried to get her out,
but she staid there frettin'and wouldn't
sleep heiself, nor let nie sleep.
Soon the next morninghe came back 'fore
I was out of bed. I got up and went off,
to keep from having anything to say to
him. About 10 or 11 o'clock, I came back,
was sitting ia my room and didn't know
that he was on the p'ace. She como and
set down by me. anJ he come to the door
and told Jicr to get her things out there
aud he would pawn his valise for a house to
put the things in. She tolfl him she didn't
want to move her tilings. He then walked
in, took her trunk, and set it in the hall
and commenced stripping my bed, when I
snatched the things 'way from him. He
then went out, anl I put her out, and
locked the room up and went off. When I
came back 'bout ore hour afterwards, he
had broken the doer open, took my bed
out, put it in anoth.T room, nnd both of
them were locked u; in there together. I
went to the door nnd told them, that was a
plot they made that morning, while I was
down ttwu, nnd. he told me to go 'way
from there, or be would come out and hurt
my head, and hurt it bad too. then
6tnrted to get over the door, through the
"transient," he thowed the door open,
which thowed nie in tho room.
He then kicked me in the side, and took
one ot my bed slats, and beat me with it.
That crippled me, so I fastened my door
and went to bed. Arter I went to sleep he
came md opened the door, and cut my
pants pockets out, with $7.00 in um. Ed
die Perry saw him da this. Thenext morn
ing, which was Saturday. I told him to give
me my money back, and bo said he didn't
hov. 11 ccnij but if I 'cused him of taking
the money, that he would pay me back in a
week or two. Then ho went straight down
town, and bought a pair of shoes nnd came
back with 'em in Ins hand, aud had money
'nough to pay his and Ruth's way over the
riveV to a balU$ This was Saturday night.
Then I axed him: "Carter whar did you git
that money to buy them shoes with, nnd
pay $3.00 for a skiff to take women 'cross
the river wilh? thought you told me you
didn't have no money ?" Then he sneaked
off. I dont know whar be went to. I then
staid at lioineTill night, and next morning
'bout 7 o'clock, I went down town, and as
I was coming back, most ivery body I met
told me that Carter said be had done give me
one darn good clubbing, ami if I
said anything more to him, and didn't
leave there, be would give 1110 another one.
He was then on his way up to tny house. I
went on homo then, nnd jest as I got to my
steps, Ruth she run, met me, and said, "go
and telegraph for my Brother Lewis, for
my mama is dying." I, like any other
man not 'specting nothing wrong, went on
and '("patched to her brother. Then I como
on back home. Just 'fore 1 got home I saw
Ellen McKernny turning tho corner, goin'
from home, to give Ruth nnd Carter a
chance 111 tho room. I went on up stairs,
and saw them together. I went in and
asked her what dey was doen? She jumped
up, ami said, nothing; and I kicked her all
tho way down tho styjis. I met Ellen nt
the bottom of the steps and she said,
"Charlie what's tho matter, what you
doen?" I said, "you go way from they,
you yaller b h, ymi,'you fool'with me, I'll
kick the out of you!" Then she run
up the steps, grnb1l something, nnd run
'hind the gallery and put it on. AVhen I
got bnck to the head of the steps, Mrs.
McFaddcn said, "if I was in your place I'd
make 'cm git out of thar, 'tis
scandlous the way they been
doing." 1 then thowed the door open, with
the n'xe in my hand, nnd took 'bout two
steps towards thu bed, nnd said: "Carter,
you git up from that." Then he started to
rise up oil his hands, with his fuoo towards
the bed, and said "you son of n b h you
go outer here." Then I jumped nnd hit
him so hard that it lumped me clear off of
the floor. I started to hit him tho second
time; but cntigbt my lick back all I could,
after seeing the blood, right in front of the
left car, wharo I had hit him. 80 by
these rates, Mr. " , or his truthful
witness, one, has told a arrant lie; for he
said, I hit hlui in tho bnck of tho head
and his witness swore that he was laying
on Ins left sido, looking out tho window
Sarah McFaddcn swore that sho was set
ting up stairs with her door closed, an
-aw the two women go down stairs. Then
gain she said the door "was wide open
and saw one woman go down, and saw them
walk up tho sidewalk. Everybody in
Cairo knows that sho couldn't set in tho
middle of that floor, and see up that side
walk. But sho swore to it, nnd if Mr,
says it is so, they loth lie."
From this point, tho wretched creature,
resentful to the last, indulges in dcnuii
ciation of the prosecuting attorney, whom
lie classes among tho witnesses, lie closes
"Dear Mr. Mulkey, I aint got nothing
'gainst you or any one else, and pray that I
may meet you and all in Heaven.
For the accommodation of those wishing
to attend the fair tit Charleston, Sept. Kith,
17th, 13th nnd 19th, a special train will
leave Cairo ach morning at 8 :30. Return
ing leave Charleston at 5 :43 p. m. Faro
for the round trip, one dollar.
The young ladies of the Presbyterian
church and Sunday School will give a socia
ble nt the residence of Mr. John Sprout,
Thursday evejing, September l?th.
Music and recitations will form an attrac
tive feature of the entertainment. A
Lcordial invitation is extended to all.
To accommodate persons desirine: to
visit the Charleston Fair, with their owf?
conveyances, the FeVry boat Three States
will leave Missouri Landing nt G o'clock
each morning during fair.
Titos. W. Halliday,
Cairo, Sept. 15, 1S79. Siit.
Opened Monday morning and
will continue to supply customers
with the choicest steaks, roasts and
all kinds ot cut meats. Shop corner Eleventh
street and (JVashiugton avenue, at the old
stand. All old friends and new customers
arc invited to give us a call.
The fasfdonablc root nnd shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to Ids old pa
trons nnd to the public generally, that he
can still bo found at his shop in tho Athe
neum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, lxts or shoes of the latest
style from the best material and of the
fineM workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will Ui
warranted as represented, or 110 Bale.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
It w ill pay you to await the opening of
an entire near stock, consisting of men's.
lwtys' anH children's clothing, furnishing
goods nnd the J. B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, CI Ohio
Anti-Bellum Prices At the barl.tr
shop of J. Geo. Steiuhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, ysy chairs, nil
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors.
accommodating, skilled workmen, nnd sat-
isiaciory woik. Trices: Shnving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing,
S i cents. Givj lum n call.
You Miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, nnywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, CI Ohio Levee.
Notice. to all jiom it may concerk :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no hills con
tracted lry any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is maTle on n written order nigned by
inyseit, ana incomer must 00 attaclico
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the snme are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
A. Marx, how in New York, will pur
chase the flneststock of men's, boys' nnd
children's elothfcrg, ever brought to Cairo.
SMALL A D VKUTI8 F.M KNT8.
ALL ADVERTISEMENT In thla column, e.f
live llnea each or lena will bo piibllnliud tor '..':
reins every Insertion: Hmnntlia wlilumt rlinnE'1,
$1.00 per mouth, linch additional line, 5 cetilx.
NltnatlutiH wanted free.
rTRNISHKI) ROOMS I'OR RENT.
Two nirtilclied rooma for rent, with or without
board. Apply ni Mr. I'ltr.ceinM, corner of
Twi'lMi and Poplar.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
A No. 1 bnr-ronm nnd chelvln (or olllce ftirnl
tnre) li for sale rheop. AlfO ninny other bar-room
flxturei, Kii!ilrrol'('hurlea Mclioemneyer, corner
Tenth street and Waclilnultui avenue,
Delmonlco Hotel, Cairn, Illinois. Liberal terms
to a cood tenant. Apply In
(IKEKN & GILRKRT.
Att'.va, L'ulru, Ills.
Ken HAt.K-Hepnrntoly or toiruther, a et or uhlitlii
biirnnsi, n new, liuwy cuhlon nnd a linm whip.
Apply at linlletln bindery. Jon K. Urmia.
HEADQUARTERS FOR PINK AHOnKPYOOODN
Dowk, Arrows. Tariota, Mionllinj Olovea, etc, ul
(J. W. HENDERSON 'H. Uoinmuiclal avewe, cor
ner Twelfth atreel
Twoatory lirlrk hnnan, eljtlit rooma, on Ninth
Mrort. opposite Dr. Dunulii'a. Apply to A, Marx,
III Ohio Levee,