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H. MAREAN, M. P.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surffeorf.
na tin rnmmiTftal ivenne. Realdimee corner
rtwrtenth Ht. and Waaulngton aveuua, t alro.
jyt. E. W. WHITLOCK, , i
Orwot No. 1.1)1 Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth ul Ninth Stream ,
J)P.. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFKIClf -Srchtli Street, nesr Commercial Avenue.
NOTARY PL' BMC.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFlCS:-Wilu tlifl Widow' audOorpbani' Mu
taal Aid Society.
J IN'EGAR & LANSDEN,
t Fr lCU-No. US Commercial Avenue.
JjlOll MKTKOPOLI9 AND PADL'CAII.
The Kl'-gantSidcwneel Passenger Steamer
Le Cairn evert afternoon at 3 o'clock, fur
Fduca;i. .Metropolis ami way landing. lor
fr-sight or pawage apply to SOL. A. MLYER,
10 CITY FERRY CO.
On and after Monday, June 1ft, the boat w ill make
the followiug trip:
foot Fourth at.
7 a. m.
11 a. ni.
rO p. m.
Mionri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
T::IH a. m.
:; a. m.
11:30 a. m
9:) a. m.
:):; p. m.
S a. m.
10 a. ni.
4 p. tn.
Jasst III.MU.a, K. B. Twstlrwoou,
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. Ii5 and l'-JT Commercial Avenue,
KTLIberal Advancement made on Consign
ment of Tobacce. Flour, and Grain.
Mr-Agent for Oear, Scott & Co. threshing ma
chine, portable eaw mill and threahing. engines.
Agent lor Champiou barveatlng machines, niowert
' AND '
Dealer in fresh Meat.
Between V:vhinjtton anil Com
mercial A v., .'! joining ifannys.
LTKEPH lur sale the. bent Beef, Pork, Moton, Veal,
Lamb, tiaunaise, c, and t pr pared toervo
lamiitea tn an acccvianii manner.
T70UNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcax Irox Works
9-1 OHIO LKVKK. CAIRO. II LM.
J ohn T. Koimie,
TTAVIVU edtabllabed hiawork at Hie above men
XI Honed plar Id better propared than ever lor
mnnufactitriiiir Steam Knulncx and Mill Machiuerr.
Having a titiam Hammer and ample Tools, tlie
manufacture of all klnda of Mxcbiuery, ltuilroad,
Ulramboit and Brld(' Forfrinirii made a frieclnlty.
Kepeclal altcntlon friven to repair of fc: 'Inea and
Brua CaatlnK of all kind made to ordet
Pipe. Fitting in all Ua branc.hea.
ON TIIK F1FTKKNTH DAY OFOCTOI1KH NEXT
EDWARD A. BUDElt
Will remove to lila commtHlioua and bamlnomo
new atiire, on
WltXTDOOKTO SCIIUirs NEW D11UG 8TOIIK
He. will open with the flnert xtix k of Jewelry
Silverware, etc.. In tlie Mate, ami bavina mon rtvun
than lu hli prflnent anartnra, he will kinp ou baud
lartfe iiovK 01 lue ohm rfin Krauer oi
and other Mualcal Inatrumcnla and mvrcbftmllie.
U will alwaya have In the atore a capauio ana re
liable inter and teacher, and will ralur rapecialh
to Uin munical public. Those contouinlatina pnf
chaninit planoa or orRaua, would do well to wait
ana wapcci B" piock. an. a. ui uan.
Klabth struct and Wachlunti n Ave.
EtMI.((1 In 111.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULL1STJK; FRIDAY
THE DAILY BUELETIN.
K.NTKKKB AT THE IN)ST OFKICK IN (AlltO, IL
LINOIS, AS BKCOKD-CtASS MATTKH.
official I'Ai'KBoy Alexander county.
Only Mornli!? Daily in Southern Illluols.
Canto, III.. SeptcmhcrlS. Wit.
'Time. Ba. Thor. Hum .Wind. Vtl Heather.
t:V am .irUH
11:110 " J:i
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'Maximum Temperature. v'S; Minimum (Tern
perature, !?! Italnfall. 0.00 luch. R
Sers't Signal Com. U. tJ. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Dr. Sarah Jaccunl, i' Caledoniii, was
in tlie city yesterday.
.St:rcral members of Col. Vood's fam
ily are quite unwell, including tlie Colonel
Al SIoo is dclightetl with his new home
in the "far west'' thinks it's the greatest
country the sun ever shone upon.
J. P. McCartney was in the city yester
day en route for Randolph county, whither
lie is called on professional business.
The W. C. T. U. met yesterday after
noon. There was a fair attendance; but
the business transacted was not cf public
Mr. William Kend.ill, the gardener, is
lying very low from an attack of erysipelas.
He has been confuted to his bed tlout
Judge Raker having been called away
Judge Harker is presiding iu our Circuit
Court, and will preside, we bear, until the
close of the term.
Porrick Calhinsjhaus is the twicer name
of an individual who was fined f ami
costs, by Squire Robinson, yesterday, for
threatening and mentions a levee business
Mrs. Frank M. Raw-lings, of Jefteron
ville, Indiana, was in Cairo, yesterday. She
has a considerable property interest iu and
about Mound Citv to which he is 'dving
Judge Raker has gone to Mt. Vernon to
give attention tu unfinished Appellate busi
ness. He will be absent, probably, uutil
about the 1st day of Octoler. His family
will return with him.
Tlie attendance on the Charleston fair,
yesterday, was' very large, numbering a
very respectable train load. If the weather
is propitious, the attendance to-day will be
The run on the bunks in Canada is
over, but the run on Korsmyer's stixk of
the "Faultless" 5 cents cigar grows larger
every day. He sells five ol them to one of
any other brand.
Nelson, of the Centraliu Sentinel,
Postufllce, etc, was in the city yesterday.
Fletcher, the owner of the Sentinel, fills n
lucrative position in the government print
ing office, at Washington.
Several parties who had disregarded
the notice to appear as jurors, were brought
into cpurt, with attachments yesterday.
Judge Harker always enforces respect for
the processes of his court.
A colored individual named Ren John
son stole a pair of shoes from' George Ryas'
establishment, and when officer Sehiiekers
arrested him, the rascal had 'em on his feet.
He was escorted to tlie county jail and
Mr. Halley's little boy, IJi nnie, was
very low of an attack of diphtheria, yester-
dayevening. The chances were greatly
against the little creatureN recovery. Two
other cases, all iu the lower part of the city,
were repoitetl. yesterday evening.
Ed Foster compltins before St pi ire
Comings that he attempted to board the
steamer new Natchez with it view of get
ting his duds that were on board, and that
the mate picked tip a lxiard. and used it.
The case will probably bo heard to-day.
The funeral services over the remains
of Mr. and Mru.Wm. Kluge's little boy was
largely attended by friends who sincerely
nympathi.ed with the, family in tlk-great
grief that has overtaken it. Willie Vns mi
especially bright and lovetible little child.
Don't forget to keep it in mind that
the regular weekly meeting of the Reform
club will be held this cveningJ Strangers
in the city--everybody, will receive a
cordial welcome. The club hangs out the
banner:" "Come and see us!"
The scarcity of tramps is decidedly
noticeable. The subsidence- of all fear of (he
yellow fever, it was expected, would j-et
that kind of emigration iu this direction
again; but at no time during the seuson
has the city been, freer from the tramp
nuisance than at the present time,
In a conversation with one of our lend
ing physicians yesterday, lie expressed
grave apprehensions of a diphtheria epi-
demic among the children. This U a most
alarming disease, and more difficult to deal
with than the yellow fever. Every symptom
of the disease a touch of cold, or cough,
in children should not bo neglected an
hour. Korp a narrow watch upon the little
Very pleasant and attractive features
of the Presbyterian sociable at the resi
lience of Mr. Bproat'a last night, were tho
tableaux presented. They were arranircd
with anjcspeclal care as to the fitness of
tliJrtffs, and wore held to Jo very skillfully
devised "living pictures'' of what was. in
tended. Red lights, etc., lent a glamour to
the feencs that added much to tho effects.
That unconscionablo rip, Sarah I Wil
litims, was up beforo Squire Robinson
again, yesterday, to answer for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct. Officers Diincker
and Ilogan found her on Fifth street, the
night before, carrying on in her usual style,
and took her in charge. She was calaboosed,
in default of payment of $1 and costs, for
the term of three days.
Hiram Hill, tho well known subiuar
inest, sent to us .yesterday, and asked our
acceptance of them, five white-meatod cling
stone peaches the largest measuring nine
and three-quarter inches, and tho smallest
nine and a quarter inches in circumference..
They were grown on a treo in his garden at
No, 54 Ninth street. Although of enorm
ous size they are susceptible of a much
larger growth. They are exceedingly juicy,
and of a most delicious flavor.
Not a few of the colored females of
the city are given to the belief that Charley
Glass was not hanged that the .law was
cheated of its victim. They'd seen circus
men swung by the neck, without hurting
them, and as they heard no screaming or
groaning come out of the enclosure, they
refuse to believe that Glass was killed. He
was simply put in that box, hauled outside
the Mississippi levee and told to "git."
According to one old crone, Glass was in
town 10 o'clock, Tuesday night, inquiring
fur Ruth Rrowu and Ellen MeKerney.
Proceedings were instituted before
Squire Robinson yesterday against one Tea
See for assaulting and striking his wife with
a deadly, weapon. The defendant secured
a change of venue to Squire Comings.
What the pnvif will disclose we can't say.
but the complaining witness, the wife, al
leges that she was on the way to vi.-it a
sick sister, when her husband oveihaulcd
her, assaulted her as stated, and compelled
her to return home. She subsequently re
moved the '-things" and the husband sued
out a writ of replevin. The cae will be
R; O. Ri an. deputy l S. niar.-hal, as
sisted by Constable John Slieehau, arrested,
in East Cairo, yesterday, a man named
Alfred Walker, alias Zaeh Edwards, alias
Aif. Jones, who answers the description of
a man who recently committed a murder,
near Aberdeen, Mississippi, on the planta
tion of Mr. W. W. Troupe. The fellow wes
epied on a' platform car, but thinking, per
haps, that somebody might want him. be
sought the cover of a box-car, where the of
ficers found him. The prisoner's picture was
taken and mailed to Aberdeen for identifi
cation, and the prisoner, himself, commit
ted to the county j;til to await the answer.
Although Charley Glass denied the
imputation, it Is more than probable that
he intended to cheat the gallows of a vic
tim. He insisted that a barber should b:
pennittiM to bring his traps in the cell and
shave him, just before he was to be led out
to execution. As he had never shaved in
his life we nsked him why he wanted his
whiskers off only an hour before his ex
ecution: He hesitated and finally replied
that, as his whiskers were his own, he
guessed he could do as he pleased with
them. The sheriff, not fancying the Idea
of putting a razor within reach of a man
who had only nn hour between himself and
the gallows, nipped the little game in the
Nearly everybody has n c,i,taste for
traverse jury service a fact that was very
plainly indicated by the excuses lodged with
the Judge yesterday by those who feel
iveise to n Ion-' tussle with the iMcAuml
murder case. One man really couldn't
serve had noooy to attend snop ami
would be compelled to shut up. Another
was subject to neuralgic pains that made
lint wriggle and scream out in spite of
himself; another's eyes were sore and re
quired attention that could not be bestowed
if he were tied down to jury service. Quite
t number really couldn't serve without a
great sacrifice tobtisiness. and one man had a
new baby in the house, ami matters were in a
shape that he couldn't leave home; and still
another was nfllicted with hemorrhage of
the bladder thnt forbade his eontined confine
ment. Some of the excuses were sufficient
mid some were not. Ou the final examina
tion, however, touching their qualifications
tn sit on the particular case in hand, nine
out of every fen of the whole batch, were
politely excused. Ill other words, knowing
something about the fuels involved, they
OX TRIAL FOR Ml'ItDKR.
THOMAS MCAU.Ir'K ON Till AI. KOI! THE MCIt
Hi;il OK JOHN CAMlMllilX,
AfieMhe examination of a hundred or
more men, most ot whom were rejected for
cause, and several peremptorily, a Jury was
finally einpannelled yesterday morning, In
the case of the People vs. Thomas McAu
litf, who stands charged with the crime of
murder. Eighteen of tho People's wit
nesses were colled and sworn, when the Pros
ecuting Attorney, W. C. Mulkey, Esq., pre
sented to the jury an outline of the facts ho
expected to establish, and of the law appli
cable thereto. Ho said the defendant at
tho bar and John Campbell, whom ho killed,
lived lu this county, in tho vicinity of tho
Horso-Shoo mills. 'On the evening of De
cember 2ith, 1878, tho defeiidmit and de
ceased arranged matters to attend u Christ
mag eve ball iu tho neighborhood ; tltnt de
fendant being unwilling to leave wife
alone during his absence, left the hotiso in
tho expectation that ho would get a colored
t v i ;
woman named Bly, to stay with Mrs. McAuV'
HIT until he returned. Campbell was left
in Mrs. McA.'s company when McAuiiff
himself went out iu search of Rly. During
defendant's absence deceased had occasion I
to leave the liouse. It Is claimed, contin- i
ued the attorney, that while defendant and
deceased were occasionally In each other's
company, there was bad blood between
them. While deceased was out of the
liouse defendant returned, and not finding
Campbell, the deceased, there, started out
again, manifestly in search of him. In
any event he overtook Campbell about one
hundred yards from the house. As ho ap
proached Campbell said "put down your
knife and I'll tight you fair." Deceased
was in the act of getting over a fence, we
are told, when defendant rushed upon him,
stabbed him twice, inflicting wounds that
proved fatal. Deceased gained the house
of a neighbor named Lacy, and while
there, he stated, in presence of witnesses
that it had been rumored that he had at
tempted to take improper liberties with
JIcAuliff'9 wife. "I'm going before my
God." said he, "but I solemnly
declare the rumor is false.
He cut me about a business transaction."
One stab was in the back and the other
further around oil the side. This, in brief,
is the case, as viewed from the side of the
prosecution. '-If the case shall be made
out. as here recited," continued the prose
cutor, "I shall claim and expect the in
fliction of the penalty the law denounces
against murder. The defence will attempt
to make it appear that defendant and de
ceased were in n hand to hand-fight, and
that during this engagement the death
wounds were inflicted. They will further
attempt to show, perhaps, that deceased
enticed Mrs. MeAtiliff to come out of the
house, threw her down in a puddle and
otherwise abused and maltreated her; that
when McAuli.T returned his wife to',, I them
that Campbell had attempted to ravish her,
and that the muddy condition cf the
woman, her scratched face and prostrated
condition gave him maddening confirma
tion of the story. It is further claimed that
a knife was found at the
point where ('ampUll and de
fendant ntVt, hut whether the defence will
be able to prove that it was Campbell's, re
mains for future ib-tcrmination. It will
happen, I daresay, said the attorney, that
the deft ;ice will present their case, clothed
in a better verba! garb than I have used;
but if my statement be true, it is for you to
pronounce the guilt an 1 fix the penalty. I
have confidence in the intelligence and
honesty of the jmy am confident it will be
governed in its finding by the law anil the
evidence. Had I not had that confidence I
should not have accepted yon. If the de
fence sustains the facts I have indicated, I
am fiank enough to admit that the provoca
tion of the defendant was great ; but not a
justification. The prof-tutor then gave the
law touching provocation, and argued that,
taken in its most favorable aspect the fel
ony amounted to manslaughter.
Mr. I.inegar, in a speech of much fervor
and power, put the case of the defendant
before the jury. His "exordium" was u lit
tle tedious, but as he warmed with his work,
he became both eloquent and forcible.
We shall attempt no more than a brief re
cital of the lacts upon which the defence
relies. Mr. L. referred to the agreement
between John Campbell and Thomas
McAulill' to attend the ball. Spoke of
McAulilfs return from his trip after old
Mrs. Ely; told how McAuiiff found his
own door barricaded ; how the wife within
refused to admit him until she indentified
him, and how that, when he did gain ad-nii-sion,
he found his wife with torn and
muddy clothing, scratched face, disheveled
hair, and in a condition of mind bordering
on terror. The appalled hib-bnnd was
then told by the frightened ami
abused woman, how Campbell had
maltreated her, capsheaf.ng his villainy by
attempting to ravish her. The husband put
out in pursuit, intending to urn st the cul
prit. He soon overhauled him. A fight
ensued, and CampVll was stabbed and
killed. The defence proposed to prove
thnt the assaulted woman's shrieks and
screams were heard by neighbors; they
proposed to prove that the knife found on
the ground and alluded toby the prosecutor
was not only Campbell's, but that Campbell
used it. These and other fads were re
cited and enlarged upon, the gentleman
Closing w ith the remark that he came into
the suit without prospect or hope of fee or
reward. The wife had come to Itim, and
with tears in her eyes, had bescoc hed him
to defend her husband, and ho had to say
that such applicants were never turned
from his office door. Tho man who would
not protect the assailed virtue of his de
pendent wife, was no man at all,
Refore the law of God and "1111111
Tliomas McAuiiff was justifiable in all he
did. Tho case was an exceptional one; and
he, (the speaker) would rather have the
consciousness that ho had vindicated such
a man, and justified him before the law nnd
tho public nt large, thnu to have nny fee
that could be paid him, though it consisted
of mountains of gold. The speaker was
certainly In earnest, and, at times, deeply
At the close of Mr. Linegnr's speech three
witnesses were briefly examined, when court
adjourned until 8 o'clock this morning.
Tho evidence will be published, in a con
densed form, to-morrow.
You Mis it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, (II Ohio Leveo.
. .' . FUNERAL NOTICE.
Died, at 8 o'clock last night, at hi resi
dence, on Seventeenth street, A. A. I lodge
of inflauiation ot tho bowels. Funeral ser
vices at his late residence at 2 o'clock p. m.
to-day, Special tram will leave foot of
Fourteenth street at 3 o'clock.
NOTICE TO DELTA CITY FIRE CO.
All members of the Delta City Fire Com
pany, nre hereby notified to meet nt the
engine houe at 1 o'clock this afternoon, to
attend the funeral of our late member, A. A.
Hodge. Sam i-.J.Hcmm,
STOVES! STOVES! !
Eeautiful Rase Rttrners, the Artrnnd and
Garland; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
wood heifting and cook stoves, the largest
stock ever brought )o this market at
C. W. Hknokuson's,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
For the accommodation of those wishing
to attend the fair at Charleston, Sept. ICth,
lith, 18th and 10th, a special train will
leave Cairo each morning at 8 ::'(. Return
ing leave Charleston at 5 :-l .j p. in. Fare
for the round trip, one dollar.
KOEIILER'S P.RAXCII .
Opened Monday morning and
will continue to supply customers
with the choicest steaks, roasts and
all kinds ol cut meats. Shop corner Eleventh
street and Washington avenue, at the old
stand. All old friends and new customers
are invited to give us a call.
The fashionable hoot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to tin. public generally, that he
can still be found at hi- shop in the Athe
r.eum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material r.nJ of the
fnest wickinnuship. As lie u-ss nothing
but A No. 1 stock, a!! cf his work will Ik
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL Rl'SIXKsS X0TICF.S.
Gko. O'lfviiA has ju.-t necived a new
invoice of, Forbes' l'.tds. No. 1 h a sure
cure for fevers, j tundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only one dollar.
It will pay yon to await the opening of
an entire new stock, consisting of men's,
I oy' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods anil the J. 15. Stetson hats. He. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, f.l Ohio
Notice. to am. whom it mayconcehs:
The Cairo Rulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or Hny one
connected with the Rulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
f.r advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Rl'P.NKTT.'
Anti-IJki.mm Pnici At the barber
shop of J. Geo. S'.einhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Rank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, eay chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 23 cents; Shampooing,
2o cents. Give him a call.
A. Maux. in New York, purchased
the finest stock of men's. Uiys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
We have the sole right to manufacture,
sell or put up letter or note heads under
I fodder's patent. Any infringement 'on our
right will be prosecuted.
Tin-; Caiko Rl'M.KTIN.
SM A M Alt V F.RTISKM KNTs.
4 LI. ADYKIiTlsKMKNT.S In this column, of
iv five lines each or lens will be pti!illhecl lor-.T)
lentM every liinertloti: :l month without chunge,
(il.UO per mouth. Kacli additional line, ! cent.
Situation wanted free.
A lurne f olid walnut wardrobe. Price $11) 00.
Kini'iiteof Mrs. Harnett, No. :W Tenth tlreet.
Mutation a clerk or book keeper, by a competent
permm . Ai'.dre tor one week X, Cairo Pitotliee,
Ft KNISHKI) KlioMS KOK KENT.
Two furnished rooms for rent, with or without
board . Apply ut Mrs, Fitzgerald, corner of
Twelfth mid Poplar.
Two story brick house, dent renma. on Ninth.
Mri-ct. opposite l)r, DiiuuIiik'n. Apply to A. Marx,
III DhloU-vee. "J
l-'ott Mai.)! Separately or together, a set of slunk
harness, h new. diinuy cushion mid a hnuuv whip.
Apply ut nulleliu bindery. ,)K K. Bi'KKK.
11 KAIHU'AHTKKH FOH FIN E AKCHKVY (lOODS
Hows, Arrows, Target, Shooting Olovus etc., tit
V. V. HKMJKHSO.VS, Commercial nveu c. cor
Fine steel engnivlntjs, for fole. ('11111141!. bn
boueht of Hie publisher for les than f 1.1.00 each.
Will be uld singly for $10.00 each, or the -four lor
$KUK. IJntUlre at Thk Uclliti.( bindery.
OwNF.n and purchaser of Kea! Kstnto In Cairo
should be sure tln.y imvii a pood title. 1 11m now
prepared to liirulsliiibstrucl ut reiisoniiblo rate.
Ottlcc In Court llotisu.
A No. 1 bar-room and shelvhnt (or office furnl
tine) l tor sale cheap. Also ninny other bar-room
fixture. Enquire of ('baric Nchuenmeyer,' corner
Tenth Mrcet ami M'tislituuton avenue.
Dolmonlco Hotel, Culro, Illluols. Libera) torma
to a good tenant. Apply to
OHKRN A GILBERT.
Att'y, Cairo, Ills.
MICHIGAN ST0YE CO.
G2 Lako St.. 03 Sorieca St.
. IN' POINT OK
Economy in Fnel, Dura
bility, anil Convenience
Completeness of design, anil "
lVrfectness of Construction.
Simplicity of Jlanageiiicut, and
General Working Qualities.
THE REST AND MOST R ELI A RLE
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
ACKXOWLEDG KD FAVORITES.
IiVKUY STOVE liKLIABLK.
ALL GOODS Fl'LLY WARRANTKI).
For sale by C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
And by Flrn-Cla )Mji-r Evenben-.
-Sl l-LIlloi: M flilTlON THE LIFE."
The Great Medicinal Food.
he Sal vatnr For Invalid and the Agvd. Au in
comparable Alimi-nt for tin- J row th and Protec
tion of liifnnt and Children. A Sutii-rior
Nutritive in Continued Fen-rs, atid a
ltellable Uemidinl Ajent lu all DUeasi of C.n
it. Stomach and InO'stim-s.
'I'HIS juslly celebrated liirrtttic 1'khpaiiatios Is,
A hi composition, principally the (iUTgv dt-rn.-d
from tin- WlllTK Wl.lTEK FUXT WllKAT CRHKA1., a
solid eitract. tlie luvetillnn of au eminent ( bemUt.
It has not only beeii highly recommended, but cer
tified to by a large iihidIk r of C demist and Physician-
representing a very high dispree of medical
science- the Safest. Most Acceptable ami Kil
ble Food for tbetirowth and Protection of Infjnts
and C hildren. ami lor Mother lacking SuiUdet.t
Nourishment for their ortVpring.
I ullke.iae preparations uudc from animal or
viuous nWti-r. which are liable- to stimulate tint
tiralu anil irritate tlie dlg.-stlve orjjau, it cmbraco
in it elemeiilury composition
That which make trong Hone and Muscle. That
which make good Flesh and lilood. That which is
t-ay of li!getion--iiever constipating. That which i
kind and friendly to the Ilraiu. ami that which acts
a preveniHc of those intestinal Disorder inciden
tal to Childhood.
And. while it would bcdinlcult to courelveof ati
thing in Food or Desert more creamy aud delicious,
or more nourishing and strengthening ti au ail
ment in Fever. Pulmonary Coinplaiuts, Djspep-ia
andlieueral Debility, It lUw; M uniriNAl.' Bxeat.
l.KScl iu all I.vtkstinal Diheats. especially in
Pyseiitt rv, Chronic Diarrlnea anil Cholera Infan
tum, ll.i been Inrotilestably Proven.
Sold Wholesale and
I Rt MOISTS AND
CITIES of the I'NITED STATES.
JOIINCAIiLE Jr SONS. NKWYOEK.
rpiIE CITY- NATIONAL BAN
CAPITAL. 8 100,000
W. P. HALI.IDAY, President.
II. L. IIALI.IHAY. Vice-President.
WAl.TjfK HI SLOP, Cushier.
. TAAT TATISIR, W. V. ItAI.I.ILAT,
IIK.MIV L. IIAI.I.IIY, K. II. It'N.M.VJHAM,
l. U. WILLIAMSON, STKI'IIJN KIK1I,
II. II. ( ANIIKK.
Exchange, Coin aud United States Bond
noi'Mirr and sold.
Deposits received and a general banking bulnes
J C. FOUI),
Variety Bracket Store,
Commercial Avenue Corner Ninth Street.
CAIRO, ; : : ILLINOIS
5 AND 10 CENT COUNTERS.
5 AND 10c COUNTEKS!
TO THE TRADE :-ThoHvn business men of the
dny aro emitlng theeu counters. Wc are the Origi
nator and Headquarter! We have the only two
ExcLirivie 5 and 10c Jobbing lloueva In the U S.
UT Send for CnlnUmuo nnd particulars, jg
10 AND 309 RANDOLPH STREET. CHICAGO.
AIo W and ('hauncy Htroet.Boston
FRUIT TREES, ETC.
TREES! SHRUBS I
An lmmono stock of Foreat Treea and Ever
creen Heeding, Hhrubi, Fruit Tree, and Htnall
Vrult. that will be aold cheaper and packed bettur
than at any other plnca on the American continent
Addrets, , J. V. PINNKY.
' Pturgeoo Buy, Wl.