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yr II. MA REIN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surfft-on.
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Kourtcculh bt. and V atiilnitton avenue, C airo.
J)U- E. W, W1IITLOCK,
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Kfifntn and Ninth Btreeu
R. AW C. JOCELYN,
i rrifii Kifcjlith uncut, near Commercial Avcnuo.
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICEr-With the Widow1 and Oorphan1 Mu
tual Aid Society.
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Silverware, etc., tu thelatc.iid having more room
tlinu In lit irc cut quartern, he will keep on luuid
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L AND AROUND THE CITY.
Dr. II. Wunlncrwas in tlio city yes
terday. Capts. Jim Jolmsou and II. P. Totter
were in Chicnijo, Tlmrsilay, and "ilicV the
Union Stock Yanls.
Have you tried the "Faultless" 5 cent
cigar? If not, go to F. Korsmyer, buy one
and enjoy smoking tlie best cigar in the
-tpecim policeman Jlenimau was
somewhat rudely assailed, Thursday night,
by two or three steamboat men. Nobody
The magnificent steamer Natchez took
a little run about, yesterday, and moved off
grandly. It is the purpose to load her here
for her first trip.
The train that conveyed the remains of
Asa Hodfe to Beech Ridge cemetery, con
sisted of two coaches, both of them being
well filled by friends of the family.
There is a steam road wagon, intended
for use in some part of Texas, lorms quite
an uttraetion for those who visit Bird's
Point. It is said to be nn exceedingly
James Aden's trial, for effecting a
burglarious entrance into the New York
store and abstracting aair of pants there
from, will be the first business on hand in
the circuit court this morning.
- The Delta flag flew ot half mast from
the engiue house flag staff, yesterday, out
of respect to the memory of Asa Hodge, de
ceased, who was an active member of the
Wc have hail a dozen persons osk
us: What has become of Joi:n Gladney?
We don't know; but can assume that he
has not been kidnapped nor parroted: but
will, in due season, be found nt his post
-Will Kendall, of this city, won the
paize offered nt Charleston for the fleetest
footed foot-racer in nil the region of
county adjacent to the mouth f
the Oliio. Will scampers over the ground
Lcn Faxon, of the Paducah News, lias
been presented with a shred oT the rope
that surrounded Glass1 neck. Full of ugly,
liornbjo suggestions as it must be to Len,
it is rather queer that he keeps the deuced
thing about liini.
Miss Mollie, daughter of Capt. J. N.
Clark, was pronounced the most graceful
and accomplished equestrienne in the
Charleston ring, and carried off the prize as
such. Miss Mollie's Cairo friends will
share her pride in this triumph.
The only county offices to be filled at
the November election arc that of treasurer
and county commissioner. The pay of the
treasurer has been "razeed'1 until it will
scarcely excite much contention. The of
fice of commissioner pays largely in curses
nnd niggardly iu dollars.
The report reached us yesterday, that
one of Mecham's married sons and the
sou's wife had been taken uuder arrest, ass
nccuBsoryg before the fact to the old man's
murder. We can scarcely credit the re
port. P. S. Wc have sw learned that there
is no foundation for it, whatever.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Ilallcyhave the hearty
sympathies of thei friends, in the grief
they f.-el over the loss of a household -pet,
their little boy Ronnie, who fell a victim of
that most mysterious and merciless of all
disease that effect our little ones, the diph
theria. Notice of funeral and burial ser
vices is given in another column.
The talk of the principal speaker at the
Reform hall, last night, was double-edged-cut
both ways. The attendance whs good ;
and, as the president promised, iu advance,
then? was "lots of fun, but no harm." At
the meeting next Friday night there will bo
an election of officers to serve duringlhe en
suing yeiiraii occasion that should call
We neglected to mention, at the
proper time, that the newly elected ollieers
of the Hibernian lire company, were duly
iustallcd with interesting ceremonies.
Every officer was called out, and compelled
to give the crowd a specimen of his
oratory. Tlicro was a good attendance of
members, and the occasion' was made nn
especially interesting one.
Tlicro seems to be a disposition abroad
among family grocers to make people, buy
lard whether they want It or not. It is now
put up In pint cups, coffee pots, tin buckets,
quart nnd other ( measures, and, what id
immt remarkableIt is sold about as cheap
ly In that shape as In bulk. Tho customer
win) pays tho retail prico for tlo coffee
pot, get tho lurd for nothing; or, if l0 lWy
for tho lard, ho gets the coffee pot for
""g. Niape It a he may, he
twice as much ".tuff" as he pays for.
CAIRO HULLKTIN: . . SATURDAY MOKMKtf; SEPTEMBER .20. 1W9..
' Themonlcd men of raJucah.'dcsiious
of bringing somo of the really fast horses
of tho country to that city, are talking up
the matter of big money prizes. As Ten
Droeck has been drawn off the field Jnd as
Rarus hits passed to hands that won't al
low a show to be made of him, the big at
tractions of the times are not to 'be reached
by prizes, however large.
Witnesses and jurors who havo ocen iu
the habit of absenting themselves from the
L I f ,
court noiisc lor uu iuiei v.u vi ua nour or
so, now and then, are receiving an intim.
tionthatitis a. risky business. Two or
three members of the regular panel who
were not in tho court room to answer call,
yesterday evening, were docked a full day's
attendance, each. The Judge so ordered.
Judre Harker is manifestly deter-
mined To teach lazy and dilatory attorneys
and witnesses that they maist be on ham!
when wanted. He doesn't propose to keep
the machinery of his court idle, at a cost
of about $o an hour, unless there Is some
"stern unyielding necessity" for it which
the whims or incro personal convenience of
individual lawyers or witnesses are not.
The members of the Women's Chris
tian Temperance Union are manifesting
considerable interest in the project of a
supper and social entertainment In Reform
hall, next Thursday night. It will not be
a "cold spread," but a bountiful, well
served meal, with hot coffee, oyster soup,
sliced meats, fowl, etc. suited to all tastes,
whether vigorous, voracious or fastidious.
We predict, with every assurance of a full
verification of the prediction, a glorious
J. IJ. Alexander was put on trial yes
terday afternoon, under an tnuietuient for
stealing a horse from a Mr. Farrell, of
Memphis. Tennessee. Three witiu-cs were
txaV.iiiied, and the case given to the jury.
After a retirement of about fifteen minutes
the jury returned into court with a verdict
of guilty, fixing the prisoner's punishment
at three years in the peniten,J",. Alexan
der is a shrewd fellow, but the "pious
game" he attempted to play during his im
prisonment, didn't pay Th-.-re was some
thing like the shadow of suspicion abrjad
that he was not sincere.
The death of Mr. Asa A. Hodge, was
caused by inflammation ot the bowels. Th
poor fellow suffered long nnd patiently, the
many changes in his condition alternately
inspiring hopes of his earif recovery and
fear of a speedy dissolution. The services
over the remains, at deceased's residence on
Seventeenth street, were well attended,
alike by members ot the Delta City lire
company nnd the Cairo Refom club, of
which organizations he was an honored
member, and by many friends anil neigh
bors. The body was taken iu charge by
the fire company and conveyed to Beech
Grove cemetery for burial, a large number
of friends of the family accompanying it
to the grave.
The Charleston races drew together a
tremendous crowd of people, nud the con
tests were very close and exciting. A gen
tleman who was present furnished us the
following facts : First race was a half mile
dash, free to all. The fleet footed May
flower, came in first. Time, 50 seconds.
Lucy Lee came iu second; Harlem third:
Glencoe, fourth and Mollie Simpson fifth.
The next was a trottinffrace one mile:
best three in live. Flaxey, of Jackson,
Tenn., driven by I).. I. Solomon; Tennessee,
of Union City; Lady Golden, of Belleville,
111.; Iilaek Cloud, of Jackson, Tenn., and
Pat Powers, of Charleston, were entered.
Flaxey won two heats in 3:13 and 2:40:
Tennessee two heats in 2:1'J and 3:40,;
and Iilaek Cloud won the 5th heat iu 3:45.
Fhixey and Tennessee will decided their
tie, to-day. A half mile dash, best two in
three, then followed in which were three
animals. Flora Lee won the first heat in fiO
seconds. Prince Albert won the second
and third in 55 and 55 J4. Lillio Boone Hew
tho track in this race, twice.
ON TRIAL FOR JIUrJeB.
THOMAS MC.U'MKK ON TIIIAI. KOIl THE Mi lt
JKK OK .tOHN CAMI'IIICI.I., DLC. 21, 1878.
Examination of the witnesses, ns stated
yesterday, was commenced Thursday even
ing. Dr. Mann and Mrs. Laccy were ex
luiiiiied, the firmer testifying as to tho na
ture of the wound, and declaring it to be
tho cause of Campbell's death. The Dr.
underwent a very rigid cross-examination
nt tho hands of Mr. Linegar, and showed
himself essentially lacking in his knowl
edge of surgery and anatomy. '
Mrs. Laeey tentilied as to Campbell's dy
ing statement. He was on his death bed.
and in her house, lie solemnly declared
that he ran, MeAulilV pursued hhn; that ho
fell over a fence and betorehecould recover
himself MeAuliffgnvo him the fatal cut.
Mrs. Laccy was cross-examined; but the
iiiaiii point of her evidence was not serious
ly impaired thereby.
Shortly after court was called, yesterday
morning, the cxainlnatron ol the .People's
witnesses was resumed.
Mr, Sam Farrell was put upon
tho stand. He was acquainted with both
tho defendentand tho deceased, and heard
of the trouble between (hem. "On the
evening of the cutting both of them wero
in my sabwn. One of them bought a
quart of whisky nnd tho other a pint.
Campbell was a littlo "tight." They re
malned In tho saloon probably a half hour,
but took no drinks. It was about 7 o'clock
when they left. Thero was a dance that
night at Wilbtirn's, at Olive Branch.
vium v.xamiuauou was
Jtrs. Lacoy being recalled by the prose
cution testified that from appearances she
jucged that Campbell was drunk, as ho
"threw up," or vomited.
Here tho prosecution closed their case,
for the timo being, reserving tho right to
examine Fox and Finch, whoso presenco in
court had not been secured.
Gcorgo Simonds was tho first witness
called for the defence Ho merely testified
that he remembered tho cutting scrape bo
twi.ori AIcAuiiff and Campljell, and that
Campbell was drunk.
A boy named John Henry Carter was
put upon the stand. He was 13 years old.
He ilidu't know the nature of an oath;
but thought ho'd go ' to jail
if he swore to a lie. Didn't
know where he'd go, should he die would
go to heaven or hell, probably; and didn't
know it was wicked to swear to a lie
(The court here, remarked that tho boy
was not competent to testify.) After a
little parley, whereiu the boy was iuformed
that God had destroyed two persons for tell
ing lies, the boy proceeded. He didn't
know McAuliff. Had heard of Jack
Campbell. He was at Mrs. B'.y's house the
night before the cutting. B!y lives about
as far as across the street from McAuliff's
"I heard Mrs. McAuliif hollering murder"
continued tho boy, "and calling for
her husband. Don't know what day it
was. She hollered two times. BIy's
children was with me. One of the men
took the the knife away lrom me that was
found in tho wheat field. Oa cross-examination
the boy said that he found the
knife the next morning after he heard the
woman hollering. Some men took it away
from him. They said "0oy. give me that
knife." I told 'em I found it. Can't te'.I
h.'w far Mrs. McA. was away from me
vheii she hollered. I talked to her. I
inow 'twas her holering. She told me she
was hollering when I asked her, next
morning. It could have been some on-i
else, but I do not think it was. I
saw a great many tracks around, where I
found the knife, and there was rime straw
scattered around there. It was not muddy.
On re-direct examination the boy said that
no one pointed out to him the place where
the cutting had been done, and that he
didn't show the knife he found to McAuliff.
Mrs. Laccy being-recalled testified that
she didn't ku"W anything about a knife
having been brought to her house, except
from hear say. Did not at any time see a
knife in the possession of. Jack Campbell.
Thomas McAuliff. the prisoner, being then
called to the stand, testified substantially
as follows: "I was working at the Horse
Shoe mills on the 2 4th day of December,
and quit at about 12 o'clock mwn. Camp
bell and Higb ctune nnd insisted on my go
in to a dance that night. I agreed to do
so, provided I could get some one to stay
with my wife. We then went and got some
whisky. Returning to my house, I left
Campbell there and went to Mr3. BIy's to
get her to stay with my wife; also went to
another neighlxa's fur Mrs. B!y.
and then went home. When
I reached the house I found
the door barred. My wife called out: "Is
that you, Tom:" I answered yes, "what in
the name of God is the matter .''' I entered
the house. She was covered with mud, her
dress torn, even her hair was plastered over
w ith mud, and she was in a great state of
terror and fright. Campbell's hut was on
the bed and a pint of whisky on the mantle
piece. My wife told me what had trans
pired during my absence. I started out of
the door and me? Henry Bly. I started up
the railroad track, listening on the way for
Campbell. I finally heard him, nnd fwiind
Mm hid behind a fence. As I approached
h i'u he said "I've done you dirt at your
hor, and God damn you, you shan't take
me!' I tried to arrest hiin to take him to
....... .. .. . 4 .
rquivj UanKstoii s. lie tiien struct Tit rue
with n knife, cutting my coat to the length
of threw inches. He had a white handled
knife, wH worn, with a sharp-pointed
blade. Thus assail! I defended myself.
This occurred inside a Jrtrnr field, about
40 rods from my houso. What
my wife (had t)d me induced me
to go in pursuit of him
In the cross-exmiiiiation that followed
Mr. McAuliff tcsliliu that Campbell wis
somewhat drunk not very drunk.. He
could walk straight enough toward me.
Can't explain how it happened he was cut
iu tho back. I did not know that my coat
was cut until next morning. I did not
make use of tho words "I arrest ynu." No
one was in pursuit of hhn when I Marled.
He was concealed for somo purpose. He
did not say to me, "put down your weapon
and I'll fight you a fair fight." Hu had his
coat oil', and started for me, knife in hand.
He said ; "I've done you dirt, down nt your
house, but O d d n you, you shan't take
me!" I cut lilm because I had to do solo
save my own lie. He would not allow 1110
to take hold, ovhiiii, and under the circum
stances feltmyself fully justified in cut
ting him. He had a partner, named Noah
High, who Vas a very bad man, and I
thought it li'St tleave the neighborhood.
I went to Sj. Louis and then to Kansas Cil y,
Mo. Twas visiting my brother In Pulaski
county, vJiui'.roi.n Hogan arrested 1110.
Squire flinmas Martin, a justice of the
pcaco in iose Island precinct, was then
called to lie stand. It was the purpose to
prove by ii witness that McAuliff hud np-'
plied for (I warrant for Campbell fur an ns
satilt with (intention to commit a rape; but
theevlden o W'i not allowed t.i an t the
B. Estcs was examined. Ho knew
Campbell and was at McAuliff's' housf tlio
next morning after the difficulty. 1 Thirty,
two feet from the house was a puddle ot
water, and thero seemed to have been a
struggle there. I picked up a white hand
kerchief there and handed it to Mrs. Mc
Auliff who promptly identified it as her
own. Her dress was hanging on the door,
and was wet and a little muddy, I do not
know positively that the dress was hers; hut
there was no other woman about the house.
George Simons saw Campbell havo a
white-handled knife, shortly before thj
difficulty saw him with it about 150 yards
from McAuliff's, about 0 or 7 o'clock, the
same evening. Witness borrowed the
knife a lfioment to cut tobacco.
Mrs.Lacey being agaiu recalled testified
that Campbell said, as a dying declaration,
that McAuliff had accused him (tho de
ceased) of having had Ab Finch discharged
from work. The discharge took place but
a short time before the difficulty. Camp
bell made his way to Mrs. Laccy 's house
George Fox testified that he saw Camp
bell and McAuliff together, at a point about
75 yards from the latter's house, on the
evening ot tlie 24tli ot December; but
knew nothing else that had any direct bear
ing, on the case.
At this point the attorney for the defence
announced that he would close his case.
The prosecuting attorney then remarked
that two of the witnesses for the Stato had
failed to make their appearance; but as the
case was not as gwd an one for the people
as he had been led to believe it would be,
he would pursue it no further.
Toe Judge then .asked the juror if they
were prepared to return n verdict without
retiring. There was an affirmative answer,
and Thomas McAuliff was then and there
declan-d "Not Guilty." It was clearly a
case of justifiable homicide.
Ia this case we see something of the im
perfection of our grand jury system. Had
tlie jury had all the facts, the Indictment
would not have been found, the county
would have been saved a heave outlay of
money, and McAuliff saved from a "false"
imprisonment of many months.
IMHTIIEIilA AND SCARLET FEVER
K.lllor niil'- li:::
As thori? are .rave apprehensions of a
diphtheiia opid.-mie among its, I should
like to call the attention of your readers to
the use of Sulpho-carbolate of soda as a
preventive of this dread diseas". You will
probably rcmem'tr a communication from
one ofour leading physicians on this sub
ject, which was puMMicd iu Tue lln.i.r.
TfN some few months since. In that com
municati.in he gave the theory nnd investi
gations m the eminent late Dr. BecLe, ot
Chicago, who claimed to have discovered
that this drug if properly administered,
would prove a preventive to both scarlet-fe-ver.m
I diphtheria. In this little article I
wili only give the name of the
drug and the way of admin
istering it, adding that from my
own experience I believe it to havo all the
efficacy that is claimed for it, ns a preven
tive of either of those dread diseases, when
used properly and given a fair trial.
Suipho-carbulato of soda can be obtained
of any druggist at a trilling cost. It is
odoi les,, and not unpleasant to the taste.
The dose is half a teaspoonful in a half
wine glass full of wut-r. night and morn
ing on rising and on retiring. Every medi
cal journal which reaches us has the testi
mony of one or more eminent physicians in
favor of this drug n a preventive, and as it
can not possibly do any harm, is it not
worth while for every mother to ivo it a
trial? It might save the life of many a
household pd. Hoxpect fully yours,
Ciiro, III., Sept. 10th. !?:).
I1Y MUS. SNOliS.
TliC .Sextr.n's Creek Baptist church has
voted a removal from Brownsville to
Thebes, and has purchased ti e old ctftrt
house from Dr. Gibbs. It is now being
rapidly converted, by repairs, into a church
building, fcld 'r Reeve will preach the ded
icatory sermon, 011 the foiuth Sunday, in
We understood that Prof. Mills and Dr.
RcniV), from'Eleo. were to organi.o a Good
Templar Lodge hero shortly. One of the
lower rooms of the Baptist church would
be a very good place, with but compara
tively little expense for a lodge room.
Married Thursday, Kept. 4th, 1ST!),
Mr. J. C. Lightner and Miss Josiu Stewart.
We trust their joys will be many; their
sorrows few, and that kind Providence will
smile upon them as they wander over life's
rugged pathway! '
Miss Jennie Warw ick is going to teach
our school again, next fall and winter.
Mr. Planert will open school at East Cape
Girardeau, on the Cth ult. Mrs. Planert
has engaged the "Palmer" school, and
Miss Nannie Zelgloi, tlie "Promised Land"
school. Our little- town will "el quite
lonely wien the teachers nil leave home.
Tlie festival nnd fair for the benefit of
the M. E. church, will be held, qn the 25th
Inst. A good time Is anticipated.
The typhoid fever Is prevalent In this
vicinity. Mrs. Hello Gray, Misses Laura
Gray nnd Callie Fullerton aro its victims in
town. Mis. S. E. Lightner is, also, very
Several of our folks here have gone to
the Union county fair, at .Tonrsboro, this
week. B. F. Brown & Bro. are expecting a
largo assortment of "nicklo goods," from"
Chicago. We have another painter in
Thebes. Mr. J. Mausko has bought prop
erty in and moved to town.
Thebes, September Oth.
A MST OP I.KTTE118 REMAINING IS THE POST
tiPKfCE ATCAIIIO, IUJ5., OX THE 10TH DAT
OF 8EITE MllKIt, 1871).
Culltemleu, K. J. Mini
DuvU, it. L. Mr,
(ireeu, l'urthenlu Mr.
Kuiifi'ii, Jennie Mix
I.eliine, CiitUrlne Mr,
Hueurer. Amoll Mr.
Tliorntou, lnt Mr.
Wvmore, .Macule Mr.
l lilckn, Mary Mr.
Koter, Hello Mis
1 1 11 Iron, Muttlu MU
Keslu(2er. Kniiny Milt
Lewi, Jennie Mr.
Header, Mary Ml
Thompson. Henry Mr.
Wanner, Sallle A. Ml
Wlln. Juno Mr.
Wymond. Laura MU
A sneer. D!eU
lllueiker, Wlliiam II,
Dooth, John K. Cant,
I hnpman. .lame
t K't Dnuuai:.'iD. A.
Oray. Edmund Capt
(irlxzard, Jiiiihn a.
, Jofinoi. Ed';sr K.
M.vir 11 11
llurlow, II. E.
Cnnnder, W. govcr
(.rnlinin, (i. n,
liuirl. W. s.
Hunter, Jamc-v W.
Murray, Scott A. (
) Mack, Jumee
Onk. Ed. E.
IVrirce, John O.
Spaulillui,', K. O.
iV 1'lcase .iy
Nike, J hi, KB
Siu'rtV. . A'jram
Scott, Ovortgu Ji.
Stanton, Jo!, 11
Ti-pton. I'. 1:.
., Wadkli.. Albert
W Uliain. John
ndrertK'd hcn ca'.led for these
UZO. W. McKEAIO,
Died, at 12 o'clock m., yesterday. Bonnie
Halley: born December 3, 1870, son ot A.
and M. Halley. Funeral services, at tho
residence of the parents, on Commercial
avenue, opposite Seventh street, at !) o'clock,
this forenoon. Friends and acquaintances
of the family are invited to attend. The
funeral cortege will leave the house, iu car
nages, at 10 o'clock, for Beech Grove
where the remains will be interred.
Beautiful Base Burners, the Argand and
Garland; for beauty and excellence they aro
unsurpassed. A No the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
woo.1 heating and cook stove, the ' largest
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. IlF.Nor.r.soss,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
Opened , Monday
continue to sunnlv customers
with the choicest steaks, roasts and
all kinds ol cut meats. Shop corner Eicventh
street and Washington avenue, at the old
stand. All old friends and new customers
arc invited to give us a call.
The fashionable lxot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that he
can still be found at his shop in the Athc
neum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, UK'ts apJuK-s of the latest
style from the best Vtftteri.il and of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A tu. 1 stock, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Geo. O'Haka has just received a new.
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 3
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only one dollar.
It will pay you to await the opening of
an entire new stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, f.l Ohio
A. Maux, in New York, purchased
the finest stock of men's, bovs" and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
You Miss rr if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier, CI Ohio Levee.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS In this column, of
live linen each or less will he pulillnhed fori.'i
(eiitn evrrv Innrrliou; 1 month, I.:!;:! month with
out rliani'e, JU.iw per month. Kacli additional
line, 5 cents. Situation wauled free.
A hriio "olid wiilnut wnrlirohe. 1'rlco $10.(0,
Enquire-of Mr. liurnett, No. IWTotith street.
Situation n clerk or hook-keener, hy n competent
peron. Addrem lor one week X, Cairo I'ostoftU-e,
. Fl JtNISHEDMoOMS Foil KENT.
Two ftirnlnhed rooms for rent, with or without
hoard. AlUilv nt Mr. Fitzgerald, corner of
Twelfth ami Poplar.
run .ifli.r. rM'iNnuu:iy or loeilier, a nui ui emie
luiiiies. n new, huirfv cushion and a hugy whip.
Apply ut Bulletin hluderv. Jox E. licttKi.
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IlKADqt'AUTEHH FOIt FINE AHCHEPYdOODS
flown. Arrow. Tunmt. Sliootlui! Ulovoa. etc.. nt
(' U. II K'II!:i?mt"M I -iiiiiiiiiire.llll uvi'T.v n pn.
net Twellth street
t.M..r, u r..M i,i rin..A he
liouulit of llio publisher for le than SIS.IKlDfh.
WllT he sold lnuly for $ 10.1K) ecli, or tho l,rrr
'III IWI b'n.nlr,, 11I TltM Hl'l.t.KTIV til f il.tvu
Ow-NBn and piirehanora of Iteul Ktntu11 C'nlro
nhoulil he niiru they, hnvo a ood title. . " ow
prepared to iiiruiMi aimirnct 11 1 reaeonai" "'"
. 011,-1 1 IV";-. "
viiicu in v:oivi
run n.'tKii 1 uuriwii 1, '
A No. 1 bar-room nnd clielvliiu (or of" ftirnl
lure) I for n!u client),. Alnoinnny othi bar-room
future. Enquire of Charles Selioenmiur. corner
Teuth lrnet and wutlilntitoa avenue.
FOIt RENT. I
Dolmonlco Hotel, Cairo. Illinois, ilboral term
to n KoJ tonntit. Apply to .., 1
Atf, Cairo, 111.
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