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H. MAREAN, U. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
OMct 140 Commercial svonuo. Itoaldenct corner
roart'.otji St. and Wellington avenue, Cairo.
jyK E. W. WniTLOCK, , s
Urnoi No. 184 Commercial Avenue, between
Kigtatn n NiMH street
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OPFICE-KIghti Street, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICKi-WItU tbe Widow' nd Oorpham' Mm
tuitf Aid 8oclet.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OKF1CK No. in Commercial Arcane.
JjlOIt METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
TJje Kleguutitldewhecl Passenger Steamer
Sfc CHAMPION tzm
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock. for
Paducah, Metrofolla an way landing. For
freight or pussa! apply to HOL. A. SILVUK,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE JSiuL STATES.
On iiud After Monday, June 1U, the lont will make
tne following trips;
LtAVSB I.KAVK LEAVSS
Foot Fourth ot. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. in.
it a. m.
11 a. m.
2 p. ni.
i:,fi a. m.
9:30 a. m.
11 ::) a. ni.
11:30 a. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
i asaa lliNKi.it, N. B. Ttn?LitW(K)i), .1. H. Moor
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. 1J5 and 137 Commercial Avenue,
WLlberl Advancement made on (.'ouoln
in unu of Tobacce, Flour, and tiruin.
pifAgi nt for Gear, Scott Co. threshing ma
chines, portable aaw mill and threshing engines.
Amenta (or Champion harvesting machines, mowers
JACOB WALTER, '
t. t v , . . -.
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
' EIGHT STREET, !
r"i ; -v . v,- , -
Htw(ii Wushiiniton and Com
mercial Av, adjoining IInnnyn.
IKEFS for salcthc best Beef, Pork, Mutton. Veal,
J. Lamb, Sausage, Ac, aud Ik prepared to serve
lammes in an acceptable maimer.
pOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Yulcan Iron Works
;! OHIO LKVKF, CAIRO. ILLS.
John T. Reimie,
HAVI.VO eibllnhea hwnrk at the above men
tioned place la better prepared than ever for
manufacturing Hteam Kngtncx and Mill Machinery.
Having a tiluam Hammer and ample Tool, the
manufacture of all kind of Macblncry, Railroad,
Htoatnooat and Urldge Forging made a (fiecialty.
Kxpeclal attention given to repair? of In -dncaand
UrsM CaMlnga of all kinds made to ordet
Pipe Kitting In til lt branches.
ON TJJK FIFTEENTH DAY OFOCTOBKR NEXT
EDWARD A. BDDEB
Will remove to Ills commodious aud handsome
new store, on
NKXTDOOHTO K llt'II'S NEW DRUU STORE
He will open with the fluent stock of Jewelry
Bllverwarn, etc., In tbaatate.und havlnir more room
than In hl present ciiiartent, he will keep on baud
largs ttock of tbe dltlerenl Kradea of
and other Musical Instruments and UH'rehamllso
Ha will alwsvs have In the si ore a capable ami
liable tuner and teacher, and will csr estieoUlw
U tbe musical public. Those contemplating pur
chasing piano or organs, would do wll to wait
ana wspeti ui siw. .- m. n. si'usn,
. Klghtb Htieet and WasblnKtoo Are.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Tim DAILY BULLETIN,
KNTKHKD AT THE POUT OFFICE IN CAIIIO, IL
MKQI8, AS gBCO?;n C?.AB9 MATTER,,
OFFICIAL l'APKROK ALEXANDER COUNTY
.. -i . z. .i.-a.
Only Morning1 Dally in Southern Illinois,
IN AND ABOUND THE CITY.
Rend the notice of brick store house to
Read tlie advertisement of cows strayed
tVc would direct attention to the notice
of tlio Presbyterian sociable at the residence
of John Sproat, to-morrow night. All are
invited. A pleasant timo is anticipated.
A country man, named O'PonongU was
arrested by Constable Shechnn, yesterday,
while in the act ot raising "Cain" in Saun
ders' store. He was escorted to the calu-
The attraction at the court bouse, yes
terday, drew a lanre portion of our force off
duty, yesterday afternoon, and the editor
being the number, a diminished ullowance
of local matter is one of the consequences.
-The prosecuting attorney presented the
points of the People's case ngninst Gray,
Monday evening, but the evidence was not
heard until yesterday morning. At half
past 11 the court adjourned until 8:"0 this
-Wo are not a good judge of cigars and
do not claim to be, but we have the word
of gentlemen who are good judge, that
the "Faultless" 5 cent-cigar, sold by F.
Korsmyer, Sixth street, lays them all in the
A little boy, son of Atithon y Smith had
his foot seriously hurt, yesterday, by falling
backward from the steps of a passing car,
that he was in the act of boarding. The
toes of one of his feet, being caught under
the wheels, were crushed into perfect pulp.
. The grand jury inquired into t'.ie
complaints lodged against Frank Campbell,
.1. J. Johnson, George Byas and Allcrt
Newman, and finding nothing in the m
that waranted the finding of indictments,
ordered the parties discharged from cus
tody. About C o'clock yesterday evening an
old gentleman named Mahoncy or Manihan,
was quite severely hurt by being run over
by a buggy near, the corner of Sixtli and
Levee. It was thought that bis leg was
fractured and that he had Wen injured in
fernally. TnE Bulletin 'h information respecting
the contents of Gov. Culloiu's dispatch, came
from a party who claimed to have just seen
and read the dispatch. We certainly had
no occasion to distrust the correctness of hi.
interpretation of it The venom of Walter's
introductory remarks, Is so harmless that
we can well nffitrd to excuse it.
The Ferryboat Three States, makes
tho regular trips, leaving Cairo at the hours
advertised, and during the Charleston
Fair, will make an extra trip, leaving the
Missouri shore, at C o'clock p. m., to
accommodate parties attending the tair in
their own conveyances. See notice in an
('apt. Hiram Hill compbted the re
pairs on the Sam Robart's barge yesterday.
The work necessitated an eight hours' stay
under the water. Work of that character
would be novel employment to the average
mechanic, but as Hiram has spent a year
or two of his life under water, he is com
pletely at home there, lacking siiiwwlmt in
the matter of company.
McAulifT, who is confined in the
county jail, under a ehaige of having
stabbed n man to dath who insulted and
afterwards beat and maimed his (Me
Aulili's) wife informed us yesterday that he
was ;lie father of n "new nine pound ox--drivcr"
(meaning n !oy baby; and that he
was so anxious to see the younger, tint
be gives no thought to his condition pr.
jieet or surroundings.
THE FORFEIT PAID!
ClIARLKS OLASS OIKS OX TUB OA I. LOWS A
DKSSK TllltOMi OF I'KOI'I.K A M CCKSSH I,
AM) I'AIM.KSS I'.XF.t t'TK'N A IMSAOI1KI.A
Ilt.F. DUTY WKI.I. I'KltKOItMKD KII.I.
As early lis 13 o'clock, yesterday, n great
throng of men, women and children hud
gathered in front of thecotirt house, moved
by a morbid desire to satiate a tate for the
horrible. At 1 o'clock the crowd Imd
swelled until U numbered more than a
thousand people, and when at quarter past
1, we entered the court house, we found the
avenue in front, and the street nlo;tg side,
densely packed with eager, expectant hu-
man beings. It was known that the ex
ecution would take place within n high en
closure, and that there would bc neither
sight nor sound of the horrible for any
save those who held tickets of admission
to the' enclosure; but still the crowd out
side continued to enlarge, until it numbered,
ceruiuly not less than 2,000 souls. -
About 2 o'clock Sheriff Hodges admitted
Rev. Caldwell and two or three others to
Glass" coll to sing and piny with him and to
give him spiritual strength for tho fearful
ordeal through which he was about to pass.
Ten minutes afterwards the writer visited
blth, Bad found liitn'in ' his shirt sleeves
pacing to and fro about tho coll. He
seemed to Imve, no - fear of death, and ox
prewed himself somewhat- bitterly ogaiiwt
thoso who had circulated tho report that
he had tho blood of two ptbor persons UPU
his hands, besidesthatot Newman. We then
psked him directly If tho killing of New
man constituted tho only murder of which
he was guilty. His reply, somewhat ova
sivo and unsatisfactory, was, that he "Iiftl
no kuowledge of killing anybody else," and,
repeating tho same question to him on the
scatrold, ho gave us the same reply.
At half past 2, Sheriff Hodges entered the
cell and calling two or three of bis depu
ties to his assistance, soon aftetwards reap
peared, having Glass in charge, securely
hand cuffed. The party passed directly to
the gallows enclosure, Glass ascending the
stairs with a firm step, and takiug his posi
tion, unbidden, on the middle of the trap.
The Sheriff then secured his feet with a
double wrap of a strong leather strap, -ami
released his bauds. Ghtss then took a chair
that was handed him, and sat, while the
Sheriff read the death warrant, and while
Reverend Caldwell conducted tho religious
services, which were protracted
over an interval ot uiteen or eighteen
minutes. At the close ot these services,
the sheriff asked Glass if he de
sired to say anything to the crowd in the
nclosure. He replied that he Wud noth
ing to say. The Mientt then proceeded to
pinion the wretched creatureVarnisU-liind
hi:n, a be bad secured bis feet. The noose
was then placed bor.t his neck, the horrible
black cap was drawn down over his face
ami secured. Everything having thus been
placed in readiness for the fatal, drop, tin
Sheriff, asked his prisoner, who stood erect,
without any apparent trtmc r of iimbVr
muscle, if he w:is "ready." Reviving no
answer, he repeated the question, '"are yi u
ready:" The iep'y came out from a low,
but tirm tone, "yes." Reaching out bis
arm the Sheriff took in his
hand the same axe that the prisoner hal
used in murdering Carter Newman, an 1
striking the rope that held the trap, a firm
blow, the victim shot down with n force
that shook the whole pbitf.rm. From the
time the drop was sprung until the misera
ble creature was pronounced dead, there
was not the movement of a iimb nor tie
visible twitching of a muscle. The dead
that ensued in eleven and a half minutes
was manifestly a painless one tbf ro weie
no death struggles, and after the ldy wts
taken down the features were in no manner
distorted, save the slightly protruding eye
balls. At seven and a half minutes before
three, the tnp door fell : and at five minutes
pat three, the pulse had ceased to beat,
and at 17 minutes past 3 the body was ci;t
down, and taken in hand by Mr. Sparkcs,
who immediately cofliued it and removed
it from the place of execution.
That those who find profit or take an in
terest in studying such mutters, we give tlie
pulsations as taken at the wrist, by attend
ing physicians: During the first minute,
the pulse scored 52 boats. 2nd minute J5.i,
2rd 01,4th 1,'iO, 5th 101, fith :j7,7fli4 J.
Sth 02. !ith GO, 10th :.", lltti 19, during the
next half minute there were only four pul
sations, when the beating ceased altogether,
and Charley Glass, the murderer of Carter
Newman, was pronounce a dead man!
Drs. Nowtttm y, Dunning tud Smith, Jr.,
weie present, and made n record of the
pulsations, at the end of every 30 seconds.
Glass was a small man, of regular
Ethiopian features, and was nbotit
years of age. During the waiting
to which, the religious service"
subjected him, we noticed a tremor of
the lip- and a nervous movement of the
fillers: but aside from this he gave no
intimation of fear, dread or horror of
what wiis before him.
The crime for which he was hung has
lx en recounted so often in Tiik Bim.ktin,
that we are relieved of the necessity of
referring to it in this connection. Of his
personal hi!ory he was not inclined to
talk, when we visited him in the morning.
lie was burn, a slave to a man named
Class, a fanner living in Christian county
Iuntut ky, near llopkinsvillo. In tlie year
18112, at the age of 19, he enlisted In the
Union army, and served until the close of
the war in lUGIV when he located in
Cairo. He was a mini of n low
order of intelligence even of his kind,
ami to the last moment ol ins
life he cherished a hatred
and a feeling of resentment for tho witnesses
who testifiied against him, and tho nt
torney who prosecuted him, that would
have shown themselves in acts of vengonnce,
had he regained his liberty.
Wo must congratulate Sheriff Rydgcs
upon the completeness of Ids atrnnt-enients
WEDNESDAY MOKMNG, SEPTEMBER 17. 1&79.
and tho entlro success of, tho xocution.
Tho gallowswouU.,bo.ioU)cd of 'half' its
horrors if its victims could bfr 'dispatched
as Charley Glass was dispatched. As wc
have nlroady said, tlio wretched man
died without a struggle, without a gasp,
the movonicnt of a limb or the visible
twlch of a singlo muscle.
Fet tbt .Bulletin
'tin, 1 1 ,. !,. n (
llESI'ECTFULLY StnMITTED, THAT THE IS
SIOXIA OF SOnitOW UE REMOVED FltOM THE
EPISCOPAL CHl'UCH EDIFICE.
I wonder if we could induce our JKpisco
pal friends, through the columns At the
good Bulletin, now that the period of
mourning has long since expired, to take
down the emblems of mourning in the
Episcopal church? True we that knew
our lamented rector best and loved him
most, feel that wo never can mourn too
much for him; but notwithstanding all this,
it is not easy for strangers to appreciate our
feelings in regard to this matter. Tlio
answer ot different persons ,ot late, 'when
importuned to attend Sunday school and
morning prayers, has invariably been : "Oh,
it is too gloomy there, with all that mourn
ing. It makes me so unhappy I cannot
endure it." These answers were
brought jlorcioly to my niind on
last Sunday mottling, when on stepping out
of the blessed, cheerful sunshine into the
Episcopal church, with its sad and gloomy
surroundings, n chill seemed to strike my
heart aud depress my spirits; and I ceased
to wonder that others considered this feel
ing in themselves sufficient reason for not
attending worship at their favorite church.
Let us remember how cheerful and at
tractive our lamented Rector always en
deavored to make hi church: then as we
have draped the same in deep mourning for
ovi r three month t.i show our grief over
the les we snstair.ed in hi death, and out
of respect for Lis memory, let us now take
it down and brighten up and make the
church ag:in attractive, thus showing that
"although bvi:ig dead, hu still liwtb." in
the examples he set v while living.
C.ur.o, I'.l.. Sept. Kl. 17'J.
Pr.NISIIMK.NT FOR ClilME.
Hurt IT sdUTLn UK AtVVM'LD AS ASWKR
T "KASo-Mi MAS."
iang-No-Man's" article in Sunday's.
Bulletin- seem somewhat ambigii'uis.
It opposes capital punishment because it
tends to increase crime, and stigget..i pun
ishment in accordance with the criminal
"ability to understand and comprehend his
This would be abolisdiing a!mot all pun
ishment; for under such circumstances it
would tie difficult to find u criminal who
could (?) comprehend and understand his
crime nt all.
But II. N. M. doe not seem
to mean this, lor he afterwards f.ivors the
substitution of the cat-'o-nine-tails for' the
gallows; and argues that it holds a greater
terror for criminals than the gallows ad
mitting at tho sime time that terror is tho
only effectual weapon against crime.
It docs not seem reasonable that a lesser
punishment should bold u greater terror:
however, it would be enough to know that
it decreased crime. But if capita! punish
ment causes morcciimc than tlie cat-'o-nine-tails.
why should not the latter cause more
crime than mere imprisonment .' I'pon
this hypothesis we must conclude
that the milder the puidduuent,
the better the consequences, anil
finally, no punishment, no crime at all.
Thus would II. N. M's theory, by merely
oniiting the pennlty for the violation of a
law, remove the necessity for the law and
the lawyers, teach us to look upon "Black-
stone as we would upon an hsuai
mummy, and lend is into n paradise when,
women, snake ikviis and apple trees weir
This would, indeed, be a happy i;,il
leniuin. But 1 helitve that the t:me for its
advent is yet in the distant future, Capital
punishment, like war, is a horrible neces
sity, olteii directly, and always indirectly,
punishing tlie innocent. But I believe
that, nl-o like war, it will
gradually pn? away when the moral state
of the human family in general will permit
it when "the morbid curiosty that would
glut itself witnessing the siehei.ing sight"
is no longer a ruling paw-ion in the human
It is related of the famous wit, Cumin,
that ones, when invited to dine with a judge
known ns the "Hanging Judge" (because
he never lost an opportunity to hang n
criminal), the judge asked him: "Is that
hting-beef beside you?" "If You thy it," n
plied Curran, "it is sure to be hung."
There arc too many of that kind of judges
(and jurors I to for that matter) jn our day.
When these "hanging ( judges"
and jurors have given place to humane
ones, then tho alleviating ciiciiinstanees
in the crime of the poverty-stricken wretch
will weigh 'as much as they do in the
case of the monied criminal. And when
laws arc enacted mid so administered, ns to
glvo relief to the injured, whatever the in
jury and whatever their condition in life,
then, and not till then, may we look for n
decrease in retaliatory crime?, which so of.
ton brings tho retallator to the gallows.
You Miss rr if you buyclothirg and
furnishing good:), anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, Gl Ohio Levee,
BRICK STORE HOUSE TO BE SOLD.
.. It BhoulJ not bo forgotten that on . Fri
day, tho 19th instaut, nt 3 o'clock p. m the
lot and commodious brick store lately occu
pied by C. Hanny, corner jpigth street and
Commercial avenue, will uo sold at miction
at the court house door. Title clear.
STRAYED OB STOLEN'.
f 10 reward for return or ndvico as to
exact whereabouts of the followin
described cows : '
One brindlo muly cow, marked: crop
and underblt one ear, crop swallow fork
underbit other. "
One red cow, long sharp horns, white
belly, white spot on flank, clipped tail,
wears large bell.
One yellowish red cow, blazed face,
crumply horn, one slightly bent, wears
large bell. Jas. W. Strong.
Corner Commercial nvenuo and Thirty
For the accommodation of those wishing
to attend the fair nt Charleston, Sept. 10th,
17th, ISth and 19th, a special train will
leave Cairo each morning at 8 :C0. Return
f. leave Charleston at 5:4 ) p. jn. Fare
for the round trip, one dollar.
The young ladies of the Presbyterian
church and Sunday School will give n socia
ble nt the residence of Mr. John Sproat,
Thursday evening. September 18th.
Music and recitations will form an attrac
tive feature of the entertainment. A
cordial invitation is extended to nil.
To accommodate persons desiring to
vi.it the Charleston Fair, with their own
conveyances, the Ferry boat Three States
will leave Missouii Landing nt C o'clock
each Evening during fuL".
Tiios. W. Hallipay,
Cairo. Sept. b". W!). Supt.
Opened Monday morning and
wi.l continue to supply customers
with the choicest steaks, roasts and
all kinds ol cut meat. Shop corner Eleventh
street ami Washington avenue, nt the old
stand. All old friends and new customers
;to invited to give us a rail.
The fisl.ionable boot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to bis old pa
trons and to the public generally, that ho
can still be fi!ind at his shop in the Athe
iieum 1. milling, where lie is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the !cst material aiil of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or nft safc
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
It w ill pay y ou to awit the opening of
an entire near stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier," CI Ohio
Asti-Bki.lum I'nicEs-At the barber
shop of J. Oeo. Steinhouse, 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, nnd sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
edits; Hair-ffllr, 21 cents; Shampooing,
23 cents. Giv? him a call.
Notice. To all whom it mayconclks::
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order bigned by
jei;', and the order must 1m; attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the s-iiiit? are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Euinktt.
A. Mai;x, in New York, purchased
the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
SMALL AbVF.UTISKM ENT8.
ALL A 1 ) V E 1 IT I S3 K M E N TS In this column, ol
live lines each or b will lie published tor
i em i-vuiv liii-i'ttlon; :) miiiiiliH without clump',
ii. r monlh. Kih'Ii addllionnl Hue, .' ccntx.
Mtimdoiis wanted tree,
Fl IIMSIIEIi ROOM KOK IIKNT.
Two nirnlshed moms for rent, with or without
1 n r 1 1 A pjil v nt Mrs. Fitzgerald, corner of
Twelfth mill Poplar.
FOH SALE l'ltoPKItTY.
A No 1 bur mom mid shelving (or oitlre fiirnl
turel la for sale rbeiip. Also ninny ollu r bur-room
futures. Ktiiiulre n Charles tti-boi nmcycr, corner
Tel: l!i slreet mid Washington avenue,
KOI I II EXT.
lieliiionleo Hotel, Cairo. Illinois. Liberal terms
to u uoeil tciiHLI, .Apply I"
Alt'js, Culio. His,
Foil Hai.r--Separately or toirelher. a set of slnirln
liiirncss, ii new, hwrKy eushlou and n buvyv whip.
Apply ill llulletln blnderv. J or E. liriiKa,
Dims, Arruus. Tiircets, Sliiuillnir dloves ete., ill
C. W. IIENDEIIsuN t. Commercial BveL. c, cor
1 TO HUNT.
Two story brb k bouse, clht rooms, ou Mnlli
st'vft, opposite Or, Oniiiiliic's. Apply to A. ilarx,
M Ohio .even.
FHl lTTIiKES, KTC.
An liniiunseMnck pf Forest Trees and Ever
rreen Nccilliics, Hlirilbs. Fruit Trees, and Small
Fruits, thut will be sold chenper and pocked bolter
tlmo m ntiy etlirr place en tin-Amcrlciin continent
Address .1, C. 1'INKKY,
Sturgeon L'uy, Wis.
"aui'uuiou NCTiirrioM tub mfb."
The Great Medicinal Fowl.
ho Salvntor For Invalids and tho Aged. An Inl
v(iiii)!!iraiiHt Aiiim-iii luriiicwrowm aim rroiec
tlon of Infants nnd Children. A huperlor
muriuve in L ouuuueu tevers, una a
Itellablu Kemedlal Agent tn all Diseases of tb
Ktoinnch and Intestines.
fpiUH Justly celebraliidOiKTKTiu 1'HXPAliATioN ll
A In composition, principally tlio dun-tit derived
from the Wiiitk Winter Flint Wheat C'eiiial, i
solid extract, tbe iuventlauof an eminent chemtul
It bus not ouly been hiifbly recommended, hut cer
titled to by a Ina'e number of Chemists and I'hvsl
clatiB representing a very high degree of muficu
science as tbe riufest, Most Acvcntnhla and lislei
ble Food for the Orowth and Protection of Infant -1
and Children, ami lor Mother linking tjualclcn'
Nourishment (or their oHi-nrliisr.
L'ullke those preparations uiado from anlital oil
vinous matter, wnicu are name to stimulate, lie I
nriiiu anil irriiute ine uigestive organs, It etubr:i.i
in Its eleiiiL'iiUrr conuiosilion -
That which makes slrom.' None and Musrli. Thil
which makes good Flesh oud Wood, 'flint which -
oasyof Oiuestlnn-iiever cousllpaling. ThHt which
kind and frleudt) tu thellraln. and that which actt. u-1
upreveniivo oi uiosu liilunliuul Uisordei Incld-n
tal to Childhood. ,
And. while it would be ilinii'iill in r,,...u...f .. ..
tiling in Food or licsert more creamy and delicious
or more nourishing and slreuglliei'ilng as an nil
liu-ut In Fever". I'lilmoiiary Couiiiluiuls, Dyspepsia
and fiencral Debility, its Haub JUduinai. Ex! t.
" IU Ull INTESTINAL UlPKASL, CSpCCiall) It
D.vseiiterv, Cli runic Diartlmii ami Cholera luliin-
Ilns be, a Iiicouteslnbly Proven.
fold Wholesale ami
:s jieiaii ny
off! Pit 1'h'I'.tv
PIIIXCIPAL CITIES of the UNITED STATES
JOHN CAULK Ss. SONS. Xl'.W YUliK.
MUTUAL AID snt'lKTY.
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSU1
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
OrpvBiad July Htli. ir.77, Under the LhwsoI
the SUleof Illiiiiiii.. Copyrijrhted July
It, 1U77, tiniler Ai t of Coui:revi.
WILLIAM STltTTON, I'i;-:.k.t.
Mas. V. A. TAYLOK, - . ylr FcssmssiT.
.1 e.oi luTivf '
I)n J.J (iOKDUN,
ItOAItO Of X A SAG KHS:
J.J (iOKIHiN. Phvsirlan Cairo, Ills
Mrs. V. A. TAYI.OS, hnprriutenoout ol
hcho 'Is, Ab'tandci Cuuntv " "
J. A. GOLDIsTIMt, Of (ioidstlne U
st-nwau-r, Whulcsule and Itclail Dealers
in Staple and Kanrv Dry (iocds. "
N It TIILSTLKWtKiO. of lllnkle A
Thistlewood. ConimiMiuii Merchants,
Cotton slid Totisrro Kxiors . "
S. 1. AYKitS.of Avers A Co., Commis
sion Men-hauls " "
TlloMAS I.lUVIS.alusurance Mauaj.Tr
nudAiUinui- at Law " "
W.M. KritA'rt'UX.ol Mrallou A Bird,
Wholi-sale Orocers " "
CiKO. 41, ALOKN', Comml.sion Hut
rhant.7 Ohio Ivw . "
JAS. S. ItKAItDKN. Aent Mississippi
Vallev Transportation Company " "
( lUX.'K. sTl Aicr, Wholesale aud Ito
till Drv Ooods and Notions ' "
DWAliI) A. Ut'OKIt. Manufactnriii!;
Jeweler and Wliolsale dealer lu
Watchmakers' Tools and Materials.... " "
CHAULK LANCAhTKK. Lancaster 4
lilce, Lumberdealers '
(' 1). PATIKlt, V. O. I'atler A Co.,
Wholesalu and IMall Mi-rrhatils
lti.v. Ii. Y. UtOltliK, I'astor l'nbyte
r inn clem h '-
J.C WIIITK. Insurance Agent
ii. W. Mi KRAIii, l'ustMastcr
. 1'. WHKKLKK. Attoftey aud Coun
selor a law
Mn. I.tM ISA FIMIHACK
OSCAK llAY'lllOKN. Wholesale aud
Ib-liiil llools. Shoes Mid Dr (ioods,... "
A.J.Iilltl). Merchant andMeanibnat
WILLIAM hi. Ul-K.Oeneriil Mi rcb dise "
1'. U. .sell I 11. Wholesale and Ketail
J. T. ltKNXllt. Foundry aud M.tcblulst. "
A LDKKT Lh IS "
Mas. L. A. lloWAItD. Hoarding House. '
W. K. 1'ITCIIKH, Insurance Ag-nt..... "
A. UALLblY, Dealer lu stoves, Tin and
li. W. t.liKEN. (ireeu. Wood A Ueimvtt '
II. F I'O'ITKlt, Kililor and I'tiblisher
Arcus Joiirniii Mound City. Ill,
Mrs. S. A. AY L'liS Villa Itldge, '
A. J. FKENCII. Farmer ....llird I'oint. Mo.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BAN b
V. V. IIALMDAY, President.
II. L. HALLIDY. Ylre l'n-sident.
WALT UK 11YSL01', Cashier.
a. STAATN TAVIlll. W. P. FtALMDA V,
IICNIIV I.. IIAI.I.IIIAV, n. II. (TNNINIIIUN,
O. D. WILLIAMSON, STICIIBN I'.lllU,
II. II. CANnXK.
Exchange, (!oin and United States Bonds
IIOUOHT AND SOLI).
Deposits received and a general banking business
J C. FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
I'oiiinierelRl Avenue Coruer Ninth Street.
CAIRO, : : : ILLINOIS
B AND 10 CF.XT COUNTERS. ,
5 AND 10c COUNTEES!
TO TIIK THADE:-Thollvn bnslnesa men ot the
dav are starling these counter. Wo are the Origi
nators and llcadquartcrsi Wehnvotha only two
Kvi i.nsiv 5 and lOc Jobbing Houses In tho U S.
Iff" Bend for Catalogue and particulars. uH
(10 AND WW RANDOLPH BTUBET, CniCAOO.
Also Ifrt and wj Chauncy treet,Boton.