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yy U. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OMr 140 Commercial areuuo. Retlduuca corner I
Fourteenth hi. J;U alinigtnu avouae, C tiro.
JjU. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Orw- So. IV, Commercial Avenue, between
iiii.itu ana Ainm atrouu
J)U. W. a JOCELYX,
OFFICE Elirhtli Street, near Commercial Awnim.
rpiIOMAS LEWIS, '
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: Willi the Widow" and Oorjilmin' Mu
tual Aid Kocli'tv.
J 1XEOAR A LANSDEN,
Attor ne vs-a t-Law.
OFFICE-Xo. Hi Commercial Avenue.
pOK METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The K!egant Sldewhecl IWiieer Steamer
Leaves Cairo every afternoon at 8 o'clock, for
Fadiirah. .Metropolis and way landing. For
freight or panaK !lb- A. SILVER.
(jAIUO CITY FERRY CO.
U andafter Monday, lauv Hi. the boat will make
Win following trip :
LtATKS IIA7KS I.tiVl!
Foot FonrtU at Missouri Laud's;. Kentucky I.d'g.
7 a. m. Trio a. m. 8 a. m.
tta-i". );i,b, . W a.m.
II a. ni 11 I'd) a. m. . U m.
2 p.m. ii:H)p.m. s p. m.
:.-10p. m. B:( p.m. ' 5:30 p.m.
a. di. 9:) a.m. 10 a.m.
3 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 p. in.
J HIiE Hi.KI.B, Jf. B. Tfl!Tt.F.vriOl, J. II. M0I1E
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
Nos. 325 and li? Commercial Avenue.
W"Llteral Advancement made on Consign
ment of Tobacce, Flour, and Grain.
tAi-nts for Gear, Hcott 4 Co. threslilUK ma
chines, lTortabie saw mill d threshing engines.
Ants for Chum ptoD hatvcstluj machines, mowers
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Refrigerator Cars, .
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Ijoads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street ami Levee,
i Ti TTATTO IjV
J. T. WARItEN & CO.
fit & GO W. Second St.
Pumipu and Doiucatlc dried and canned Fruil and
Vegetables. Canned, dried and mil Flub. Pick
le, Sauces, Oils and Cojiditueul. Soup
"iff", Baking Powders, ground and
whole Hplce. Toilet and Laundry
Uoapt, tivnAt. Julllea, Preaervea
Fancy Orocnrlea and Oro
: Stuck unparalleled in (lie West.
m'DFOROUR "GROCERS' MANUKL."
J C. FORD,
Viiriety Bracket Store,
' ' Comrrif rdnl Avenue Corner Ninth Htrtct.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
ENTEItEl) AT TUB TOST OKFUli IS CAfKO, It
UXOIS, A9 SECOND-CLASS MATTKH.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDEli COIUTY
i Only Morning1 Dally In Southern Illinois
Camo. 111.. (September -JO. ISiW. (
Time. Uiir. Thir. Hum Wind. Vel Weather.
(t:4rt a m -!0.:i4
Mitxlmnni Teiniiorature. sso i 11 in I m lira Tern
poruturc, 51 s; Halafall, 0.0U Inch.
W . 11. IIAl ,
Sers't Sljnial Corn. V. S. A
L AND AROUND TIIECITY.
-The city Jail, ut tins time, contains
East Cairo supports a very creditable
select school. Miss Mullic Chnmller, of
this city is the teacher.
We nro in receipt of fresh northern
Imtter every dy. Smith Jt Bno.
Harmon Rhtck returned to Cairo yes
terday from his western trip, lookinir brown
and healthy. .
Choice Northern Uutter is c ue ff our
specialties; received iium dairy twice per
week. Pi:ttis& Bhid.
Pettis & Bird have the newest thing
out for chipping dried beef. It lays them
all in the shade.
Rev. W. F. Whitaker 1ms lic-en a?-
signed to Cairo service for anntln-r vear.
Rev. W. Joy is assigned to Mound Cfty.
We are selling our best G. P. Tea at
75 cents per pound, as good as is sold else
where at $1.00. One trial will convince.
Smith & Buo.
It is stated that the Carmi accommoda
tion train, yesterday, brought in 160 pas
sengers. There wore three well tilled
We have m elegant stock of blacking
brushes, seiub brushes. dutei. etc.
, Pettis it Biud.
"Everybody takes it" and everybody
calls fur the ''Faultless" when thev want a
genuine good cigar for .1 cent. Sold by
Korsyteyer, Sixth, near Le vee.
We sell more pounds of suL'.ir for $1.00
than any house in the city. Smith it Bno
John O'Brien couldn't deny that he'd
been tight, and Squire Comings, could do
nothing less than tine him one dollar,
which thing he, did yot'rday.
For information n to the tunes and
places for religious services to-day, con.-ult
our church directory. There will b
sen-ices in all the churches, we suppose, at
the hours named.
The court adjourned at noon, yesterday,
until 0 o'clock Monday morning. In the
afternoon Judge Ilaiker sat in chambers,
at the office of Linegar it Lansden, for nn
interview ot two or three hours.
Mrs. Meachcm, under arrest as an
accomplice in the murder of her husband.
has put her ease in the hands of Joseph P.
Robarts, Es(., late of Murphysboro, but
now, we believe, n resident of Mound City.
One hundred cases of new canned
goods, this season's packing", now in. They
were bought before the advance and will
be sold retail at wholesale prices.
Little Bonnie Ilalley's remains with
the family and attending triends, woe con
veyed to Beech Grove cemetery, yesterday,
in carriages, the funeral cortege leaving the"
family residence, about 10:!)0 a m.
We were pleased to see Mr. Geo W
locum, on the streets again vestcrdav.
Hi.- recuperative energies have to do a
'power of Work." however, before he re
gains his wonted flesh and physical vigor.
One Mux Sanslbrd, belched upon a
1'i-llow creature an insufferable volume of
olt'ensive vcrbiagyyetcrday, and was lined
therefore, by Squire Comings, the sum of
live dollars and the usual iWsiiig.
The wretched crossing of Seventeenth
street on the lino of Washington avenue,
is receiving its due share of curses, about
this lime. As it Is in the popular route to
the court house, hundreds ot citizens cross
it every day.
Charles Lee, convicted yesterday of
stealing a watch from one Henry Spicker,
was sentenced to ten days' imprisonment in
the county jail, nnd was fined the sum of
f ""'I costs. The value of the watch wan
ll.xed at $..
Mr. .1.11. Hickstcaine into the city,
yesterday, nnd repairing to the ollice of
Squire Osborn, made allldatit that one
Julian Pillow, ofGoose Island, we believe,
attempted to shoot him. A wan ant wa
issued for Pillow's arrest.
D. L. Davis and Ins son LeWis, are, as
the manifest improvement in the character
of the Sun indicates, absent from the city.
They arc off for a two or three weeks' bo-
jonrn in Chicago, their paper, meanwhile,
remaining in churgo of Johnny Marnell.
--Mrs. A. Coinings, who has been ab
sent several week among her relatives in
Pennsylvania, and her son Elmer, who him
been rusticating in the Green Mountain
state are both at home again, having arrived
by the 10:','0 C. & V. train Friday night.
A colored man carrying In cord wood
up town, yesterday evening, caught Ids hand
'"'tween the load he threw oft his shoulder
mid the wood pile, nnd crushed his fingers
quite severely. Tim flesh upon one of the
linger ww cnwlicl nd bruised shockingly,
r CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKMMCI. SEPTEMBER 21, 1870.
The term of the Pulaski Circuit Court
to commence to-morrow week, wo believe,
will consume the full allotment of time.
There are docketed, for trial, 03 chancery
cases; 57 law cases, and ten criminal cases,
besides thoso that arc likely to grow out of
the Meachcm murder case.
II. C. Boutou, of tho Anna Fruit
Grower, was in the city, yesterday. One of
the objects of his visit was to feel tho pub
lic pulse, with a view of determining if it
throbbed favorably for a presentation of
Pinafore by the Anna Dramatic troupe.
We did not learn tho character of , Ids im
pressions in that regard.
The fact that the colored man Aden
had made other burglarious visits to the
New York store, besides that for which he
was put upon trial, yesterday, operated
greatly to his disadvantage. His wife re
mained with him during the trial, evincing
great sorrow over the probability of a
separation. The verdict, as we state else
where, is five years in the penitentiary.
Mrs. J. A. Peelers, living on Twentieth
street, between Commercial and Pplar,
gave i.irth to a largo healthy boy baby,
about noon, yesterday. Welcomed as the
little creature doubtless is, be came at an
unpropitious time, as the next youngest, a
little child between two ami three years ot
ge is lying so very low tlmt its recovery is
regarded cxccedijurly doubtful.
The Cairo and Vincennes, Cavini nnd
Cairo accommodation train came in again,
yesterday, tuil of passengers. Within nn
unir after the train's arrival, the passen-
, or the greater portion of them, might
ave been found in our business houses ef
fecting purchases. It is probably sale to
sav that as much as a thousand dollars
were expended by the crowd during its
sojouin in the city.
About the most troublesome drunken
customer with which our police have had to
do for s uite time was the heavy et stir.m
boat hand, taken to the calaboose, yester
day, by Marshal La Hue and Policeman
Hogau. lie fought, bit, threw himself on
the ground, and kept his abusive tongue
quite as huy, the while, as he kept himself
and the officers. The fellow nay thank the
forbearance of the officers this morning,
that he didn't wake up with a sore head.
Our contributor-., who have added so
much to the interest of the Sunday is-ue of
Tiik Bn.i.n'iN, will oblige us by sending m
their favors on Friday. If not mailed un
til Saturday, it often occurs that they do
not come to our hands until evening. In
that event we are compelled to put them in
type, somewhat hurriedly after dark, nnd
we are especially fortunate if we prevent ty
pographical blunders, exasperating, as well
to ourselves as to our contributors.
As nearly every man In Cairo, both
black and wbitc, and at least three-fourths
of the population of the country portion of
the county, have discussed and passed
opinions ujhw all the known details of the
Hogyii Arter murder case, it w ill prove a
matter of almost endless effort to secure a
jury, on next Tuesday, to try the case.
The lawyers ami all concerned have
oce.ision to look forward to the work with
an unwholesome dread.
An old Kentuckian, named Martin
Giles, and living near the lino between
Ballard and Hickman counties, fell
from a log wagon in such a way as to
break both lxim-s of his left lower leg,
hiving one of the bones through the flesh
and into the ground four or live inches.
The attending physician was thrown
from his horse, while returning home, and,
strangely enough, received a broken leg
also. These mishaps occurred last Wednes
day. Mr. Pi ter NctT is securing a large share
of the best hii-iness properly of the city.
At the mortgage sale of the Hanny proper
ty that elegant and most eligibly situated
structure on the comer of Eigth and Com-mereial-Mr.
Nelfs bid of $15,400 cash, wa
the higheM and best bid, mid the property
was knocked oil' in his name. He has cer
tainly secured a great bargain in this pur
chase, ns the building is one of the munt
carefully bttUt houses, and the location for
business purposes, the best in the city.
About dusk, yesterday evening, the
horse attar hed to the city hack, driven by
a boy named Davy Johnson, took fright at
some object near Messrs. Barclay's pre
scription ding store,, and dashed down
Eight street toward the Methodist church,
at a fearful rate. The wheels coining in
contact witli some obstacle, the shafts were
snapped oil, and tho boy thrown to the
ground with great violence. His lace was
badly c and torn on one side, near the
eye; but the injury is not believed to be of
a serious character.
Hurry Walker, John ('Inney nmi
Buckley, of Twenty-eighth street, were
brought before Squire Comings, yesterday,
to answer for a violation of the Sunday law,
prohibiting the sain of intoxicating
liquors. Their attorney, George W. Hen
dricks, moved to quash the writ, which be
ing directed to any constable of Alexander
count', was served byu police constable of
the city, who is not, ns the attorney claimed,
a constable of the county. The Squho held
that tho objection was well taken, nnd din.
charged tho defendants from custody.
Singularly enough, J. B. Alexander,
Upon whom was proved the theft of n horse
from a Memphis livery iiinn, was not satis
fied with the verdict of tho Jury that pro
noiinccd him guilty, ami named three years
In the penitentiary ns the punishment. He
Insisted that his attorney should press a,
motion for a now trial, d the motion w,
accordingly vmscAr Very fortunately tor
Alexander, we think, the motion was over
ruled. There Is genet aFsurprlso over the
mildness of tho punishment Inflicted, as it
is but rarely fndecd that horso-thioves, la
this country, escapo with three years' im
prisonment. , c i-
-'-Mr. Leo Boicourt,of tho Ceutral Stock
Yirrds, of this city, effected the following
sales ot cattle, yesterday, viz :
KO. WHISHT. - PI1ICE. rntCHASKtt.
1 cow 1085 $2.30 John Glade
1 " 1025 2.50 Thistlewood
2 cattle 1150 2.50 J. Walter
4 " !J.SS5 2.50
1 bull 1210 2.00 "
4 mixed U2J0 2.50 "
1 heifer 075, 2.25 John Glade
1 " 520 2.00 Thistlewood
4 mixed 1131 2.50 J. Kline
2 steers 800 1.50 J.Walter
0 mixed 1705 2.00 '
1 cow aud calf 17.00 '
21 hogs ca. 1U5 2.00 '
2 steers 1975 2.50 McCammon
5 sheep 425 H.OO "
As is known to our local readers, one
James Aden, effected an entraucc to the
second story of the New York store, several
weeks ago. lie succeeded in capturing a
pair of pants, and was captured himself
only a few minutes afterwards. The cast
was plainly a case of burglary, and the
jury, to w hoiu it was submitted yesterday,
came into court, after a short retiremuiit,
with a verdict of guilty, filing the punish
ment at live years in tho penitentiarv. Had
he simply stole the pants the punishment
would have been a few days' imprisonment
in the county jail. The chief turpitude of
the crime was the felonious entrance of th
Parents should not forget that diph
theria is a contagious as well as an in
fections disease, ami that common prudence
suggests that children should not be per
mitted to vi.-it families, or frequent the
localities w here it is known to prevail. We
near ot out two c!les in the cilv. at this
time.nntjit may occur that the dreadful
disease will spread no further. It will b.
the part of wisdom, however, for parents to
employ the known preventive. To follow
the suggestion ot the late Dr. Bee be, will
involve but little expense or trouble, viz:
to use a directed iu yesterday's Bi im.ti:.
the suipho carbnlato of vda aud if the
life of a single little one. infill the city is
saved thereby, the recomoeii-e will siuvlv
mere is a spmt ot improvement
abroad. In all parts of the city citizens
are improving their homes by addition-, al
terations, repairs ai.d improvements of all
kinds. I he keep',' of the vellow lever
out of the city, furnishes us a very gratify
ing asstirauce that by a reit to rigid
means, always within our reach. Ciro may
be kept secure from the presence of that
great destroyer. Iiercatt-r. Tnis assurance
is beyond money value to us, and is exhib
ititing its fruits in the expenditures being
made in substantial improvements; in the
strengthened demand for homes, ami in the
stiffened prices of real estate. Business 1s
good: merchants are buying heavily: all
our mechanics find employment, but tew
working men are necessarily idle, and the
general aspect of nil mercantile, business
and industrial pursuits, is decidedly cheer
ing. Our old friend Ackerman, of the Car
bondale Observer, has the fault of saying
very bitter nnd disagreeable things about
dead people. We can scarcely think that
he intends to throw obloquy upon the mem
ory of the dead, or give pain to the living;
but such results follow, whatever his .pur
pose may be. His reference to the late
Jimmy Stockton, wherein he holds up the
life of that most generous-hearted, and much
esteemed young man n a warning to the
living, is especially cruel. Stockton cam:
of a consumptive family, and the very con
formation of the man has always marked
him as a certain vhtim of consumption.
Had Jimmy Stockton never tasted liquor,
the probabilities are that he would not
have escaped the fate that has over-taken
him. Of late years we have sen him only
at the end of long intervals; but those who
have seen him often tell us that his habits
were not such as would warrant his most
unrelenting enemy in holding loin up to
public gaze ns a warning. He was given.
we are told, to periodical '"jollificnlions,"
often allowing months of sobriety to inter
vene, He was not a steady drinker, we
are assured, nor were his sprees so frequent
and long-continued that any one felt dis
posed to denomiiiatchim an habitual drunk
ard. The world is none the w:orso because
Jimmy Stockton lived in it and many men
who never drank a drop of liquor in their
lives could have been better spared.
WIDOWS' AM) ORPifAXS' MUTUAL
Tho second annual meeting of the Wid
ows' and Orphans' Mutual Aid Society was
held at Cairo, 111., the home of the society's
birth, on the fifth of last month (August).
Tho President, Win. Stratum of Cairo, be
ing absent, the meeting was called to order
by the, Vice President, Mrs. P. A. Taylor.
Tho meeting w ns a very successful (me in
transacting business important to the ad
vancement of the order, and showed the
most satisfactory results as to the success
of the society during the very short time it
has been in existence. It will be remember
d that it was chartered and organized under
the "laws of Illinois in July, 1x;7, imi con
sequently is now only two ynr old.
Through its simplicity, safe, eennnmy and
cxtenslvo applicability, it !r.s thi,!, into
public favor, and by actual teat- not theory
has proven' it's principles4 worthy of tho
patrcnagoot a charity-loving public. Ono
great advantage that it enjoys over
ordinary life insurance companies is the
unusually small expense required iu
conducting the business of tho so
ciety. During the year just ended
tho amount of indemnity or insurance has
reached 2,000,500.00 with tho small ex
pense ot only $4,0!'0.25. The showing is
very favorable against 170,009.00 which
was the fpeii!io of an ordinary life insur
ance company during its second year. One
great advantage of this society in curtail
ing expenses is that it has no salaried offi
cers except tho secretary and assistants;
while other companies and societies pay
large salaries to their different officers.
It is uot intended as a society for spec
ulation, but simply as a benefit to those
who might otherwise, at the death of those
upou whom they depend for support nnd
sustenance, lie left in very destitute cir
cumstances. Another advantage is that no money is
ever paid into tho treasury as mortuary
fund until the death of a member, thus
avoiding the temptation that is often
thrown around officers in such institutions.
There are also numerous other advantages
claimed by the society which wo have not
space to enumerate. Those desiring any
further information concerning the society
are respectfully referred to the secretary at.
tano. III., Thos. Lewis, who will take-
pleasure in affording any information de
Every man . and women should avail
1 1.. I . 1 t X. .
uieniseues 0i n.p advantages ot tins or
some similar society iu early life. The ear
ner the better in this society iu as much us
there is no increase of assessment with in
err-as? of age after nuiiibcr-.hip begins.
Fulton. Ky. "Times."
TIREl) J! OTHERS.
"II !;nt- lis,- ;.ty rt,i., r-l'n.--i'i!
viriiu-i the ttini'.ox pai.c.
oi-Jd In- cui-i ai..t (:,,; tti Utr.-.' -No.Ttroubtiaj
:i a.;:i;ij -Would
l lie hr'slit ) 1. 1 ear d-irliu,'
( air1! tat fn.i.v rj lipyu u.' r bu-. .
Wuit!. 1 the ;-.-inl o! r...y flnj.-r. .
Trw.,bii- n- :i tl.i v i.uw .-"
Ah! mother, as ye a sit to-night with tint
restless curiy little he:, I pillowed upon your
bo-op.i, how weary you are ii.aw unappre
native of the great blessing of a child '.
You are Kk) tired to Iced the velvet touch
of soft, warm fingers holding yours so
tight. You an- thinking of your many,
many, cares -f the mn;cruu stej.s you
have taken in your u.-ary tread-mill of
domestic duties. 'Mu re are so many little
garments to fashion, make and mend; so
many little rosy mouths t., 1(. f,-.,l; so ma,,y
little wants to be supplied, and perhaps, only
me ptiirf hands to do it all. No wonder
you are .-o weary to night that you do not
prize your blessing over much.
But. e.-h: weary mothers, if you can look
on your little nVk to-night, and number
nut one missing lamb fr.nu your fold; if
you have never been called upon to close
starry eyes forever; if you have never
crossed dimpled hands e,;i a silent breast,
and seen the once ie..t!ess. noiy, pattering
feet laid side by side in the hush of a long
sleep, never to walk thcthorny path of
life by your side again; if you have never
had to fold away little useless garments
that your darling used to wear, nnd turn
with a sickening grief from the empty
crib, the vacant chair and the silent room,
then you nre tl.riced blessed; and oh I how
I "envy you all your toil and care!
How gladly would many a heart-broken
mother exchange her quiet, orderly house.
Vith its few cares. for your busy little ren
tage with its play things in each corner, and
the sound of its silvery voices from morning
til nieht. She could tell vott that if. tin-
ippily. the time ever coiues when you
shall s'-eonc of your li. ail's idols laid upon
a bed ot suffering and death, how insignifi
cant n!i the cares you have over had will
app'-ar in contrast, and you will wonder
that you 'ever niurmurt d or .complained
about anything, whil.-.t your darlings re
mained blessed with health by your side, to
comfort you: and of the hours of anguish
you wHl endure while watching over that
sick bed, -alternating between hope and
despair; ami how earnestly you will pray
if it be possible, that this cup may pass tm
t as-led from your lips, then when the end
cometh and you, like Rachel of old, weep
ing for your child and refusing to be com
forted because it is not, shall take up your
round of domestic duties again, with a
weary void in your heart that can never
more be filled, how you will reproach your
self for the impatient look and fretful tono
that was wont to be yours while your louse
hold was still an unbroken baud!
Mothers, bo patient with the little ones
God has given you -let it be "line upon
line and precept upon precept." Do Tot
1 ret, scold aud complain and mar the sun
shine of their young lives. Try to bear
your burdens meekly, remembering that
yours is the most blessed mission on earth;
try faithfully to accomplish it, so that
when the sear nnd yellow leaf of life is
yours, you enn look bark Upon duties faith
fully discharged, and be worthy of the re
ward which will surely be yours.
C.wiio, Ill.,.Sept.1lS7). I. A.M.
Nkw MACKF.uKi.-Thi' (season's catch.
Families supplied in any quantity.
Plans & Binn.
Yot: miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Matx, twe favorite clothier, 01 Ohio Levee.
" We havo tho agency in Cairo for the Cel
ebrated Old Probability Cignr, clear, long
Ilavanna filler and Connecticut wrapper; is
beyond a doubt the best smoke for 5 cents
in tho city, and wo think, in all probability,
Pyou will like them. A trial is all wo ask.
Pettis it Biud.
STOVES! STOVES ! !
Beautiful Base Burners, the Argand and
garland ; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
wood heating and cook stoves, the largest
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. Hesoeuson's,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
KOEHLF.R S BRANCH
Opened Monday morning and
will continue to ' supply customers
with the choicest steaks, roasts and
all kinds ot cut meats. Shop corner Eleventh
street nnd Washington avenue, at the oil
stand. All old fiieuds and new customers
are invited to give us a call.
The fashionable boot 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 Athe
neutn building, where he is prepared to
make to ordcij Imots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material r.n.l of the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will lie
warranted as represented, or no bale.
We have the sole right to manufacture,
sell or put up letter or note, head under
Hoddcr's patent. Any infringement on emr
right will be prosecuted.
Tun C.uuo Bin kti.n.
SPECIAL' BUSINESS NOTICES.
Geo. O'Haiia has just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. Nn, 1 i., a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chiii etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds,
only one dollar.
12 " light brown sugar
5 " choice cod'ee
0 " Good '
Pettis & Brur.
Silver Glej-H Stare!). 5 tents per pound,
t Pkttis A Binu's.
It will pay you to await tlit opening of
an cit-iev-new stock, consisting uf men's,
boV and children's clothing, furnishing
good, and the J. B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
the success-fill clothier, 0! (Hi
11 pound Oid Barry Litter Head.
5 Note Heads.
5 ' Linen Letter Head.
2i " Linen Note Heads.
The i;est quality of paper at price of
the cheapest grade.
5 pound statements all colors.
10 pound Bills Lading.
14 and 10 Hund Bill Heads all sizes.
Extra super white Envelopes at St. Louis
wholesale prices. Printing $1,00 extra.
Ruling an. 1 Binding; all kinds atTitK
Axti-Bkm.cm Pine i At the barber
simp of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, coed shop, easy ch-drs, all
the late papers, clean towds, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory wotk. Prices Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents: Shampooing,
25 cents. Oiv? him a call. .
Notice. to a; :.viiom it mavconceus':
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employe, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order mut be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job wenk are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bi km-.tt.
A. Maiix, in iNew York, puuhased
the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
S Jl A I, L A 0 V V. SITIS KM EXTS.
l.h AliViJIITISEMKNTS in thi column. ,.f
1 V live line em-It or lei's will be iinlilUlivit for w"
ieiit every insert Ion 1 1 tuonlli. I ..VI ; :) tuniitli w Itli
out Vliiint'e. S'-'' I""" month. Kuril nddltieinil
lll.e. 5 cent, .sntuatluii wanttd free,
A larne ol ill walnut wiirhrolie. prlee $1(1 Ml.
l-;iniili-eof Mm. Hiiriiett. No. "A Tenth Hlreet.
Munition Beli-rkor hook-keeper, by a competent
ln-rnou . Address for oiih week X, Cairo PoiloltU-e,
FfHMslIKIi IIOOMH "OK KENT.
Two furnished rooms fer rent, nlth or ulihotit
hoard.. Apply ut Mi. FtUfjerald, corner of
Twelfth nnd Poph..
Fun Hai.k Separately or toielher, a set of alnitln
litirm-sif., n n.iw, Imify ciichltiu and a huiKv whip.
Aiply nt Muliellii lilnderv. Jim K. ui'iikk.
IlKAliCit'AUTKUS Fill! FINK AUCHEPYtiOODS
How, Arrow. Tiirui'ts, Slioollni! (Iloven, etc., nt
V. W. HHNDKItso.VM. Commercial avet., o, cor
Fine ti-cl iiirrii vltiiTH, for n!e.
t-niii'lil of the iiulillbiir for e tlmn Slft.in) each.
Will ho old singly ror $10.00 en-li, or llie four Ibr
S.'ie.OO. Kaqiilro at Tiik Ui.'I.i.ktin bindery.
OwNrit mid piiri'liner of Heal Hmnte In Cairo
Kliould be auru they liavo n cood title. I iitu now
prepared lo liirnili abstract! ut reuminable rule.
Office In Court llone.
rem balk property.
A No, t hnr rooiii and helvliiK (or ofllca furni
ture) ! for ale ebeiin. AIo many other bar-room
ilxturua. Kniiilre of Clmrte HcliiH-nmuyer, comer
Tenth rlreet in id Washington avenue. ,
Delnionlco notel. Cairo, Illinois. Liberal lerma
lo a good tenant. Apply to .
, OUKKN A OII.HERT.
, , AH"). Cairo, Ills. ,