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II. MAHEAN,M. D.,
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jiomH)latHif riiysu'i&n ami ourgeou.
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o(" lid Commercial avenue, llcaldence corner
Konrtwnth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
R. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornct-No. l.V Commercial Avonue, between
XlttUth ana MnU Street
QR. W. a JOCELYN,
KFK'E-E'.jli!h Street, near Coramcrclal Avcnne,
rjMOMAS LEWIS, .
Notary PaMie and Conveyancer.
OFFICE :-With the Widow' and Oorphana' Mu
tual Aid Society.
JINEGAIt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE So. 113 Comtaotcl
JIOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII
jliC iinM.iit;wJi J-Merneer Steamer
SiJ CHAMPION su
Leave Cairo everv afternoos at 8 o'clock, for
Paducab, Mftropoli'o and way l&udinc. For
freight orpa8!iso apply to SOL. A. SILVER.
CAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On ud allot Monday, June 1G, the boat will make
the followluj; trips:
Foot Fourth at.
T a. m.
II a. ni.
9 a. tn.
7:30 a. m.
:W a. m.
11:30 a. m.
: a. m.
8 a. m.
10 a. m.
10 a. m.
. 4 p. in.
Jesse IIinkle, K. B. Tmimxewood, j. II. Moobe
HixklEj Thistle wood
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
No. 123 and 127 Commercial Avenue.
ESLIberal -Advancement, made on Consign
ment of Tobacco, Flour, and Grain.
UfAjtnts for Gear, Scott Co. threshing ma
chines, portable Raw mill and threshing endues.
Agents forC'hamplon harvesting machines, mowers
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY TIIE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee
W&66W. Second St,
Foreipu hnd Domestic dried and canned Fruits and
VcgetaUea. Canned, dried and rait Flh. Pick
le. Saucci, Ollf and Coadlmenta. Sonp
tuff, BnkloK Powders, ground and
whole 8plc, Toilet and Laundry
Soapa. Beedp, Jelllea, Treiervca
Fancy Grocerlca and Gro
Stock nnparalMi'd in the West.
8EKD F0R0UR "GROCERS' MANUEL."
Variety Bracket Store,
Coramerelal Avenn Corner Mnth Street.
cAinb, t t i ILLIXOIS
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ESTEJlKfl AT THK I08T OFFICE IS CAtHO, II,
; L1X0I8, AA yjqpKD-CLAM MATT Ell.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Morntajr Daily iu Soatliern Illinois.
CAinn. III.. September
Time. Dar. Tber, Hum-
Wind. Yil WeatluT,
m a m HIU5 59 N.
11:0) " t.U i 41 Calm
:p.m .0 4S M NK.
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Maximum Temewtur. :ii Minimum Tom
pcraturo, W ; Rainfall, 0.W Incb.,
Sorj't Sltmal CorV. I". 8. A.
IX AND AROUND TIIE CITY.
Brickwork on the Ilartman business
house has been resumed.
Hon. William J.Allen arrived in the
city by the Illinois Central, yesterday after
noon. Korsmeyer informs us tnat he sells more
of the "Faultless" cigar than 'any braud he
ever offered for sale.
Silver Gloss Starch, 5 cents per pound,
at I ETTis imiD .
Judge Crawford arrived in the city
yesterday. lie is engaged in important
cases pending in our circuit court and will
probably remain in the city several days.
For a drunk that was scarcely wortli
the money. Squire Comings charged Wil
liam Mack the sum of one dollar yester
day. William pays the charge by a
short stay in the cooler.
We have in elegant stock of blacking
brushes, scrub brushes, dusters, etc.
Pettis & Bikd.
The fire alarm on Sunday, was a very
vigorous one, when we consider that
it was merely to call attention to some
soot that was burning in the chimney of a
an up-towu residence.
Koehler's suasage lactory was greatly
imperilled, yesterday, from a fire that made
iti appearance in the roof. The flames were
got under subjection finally; but not until
they had made a conspicuous mark on the
Choice Northern Butter is one of our
specialties ; received from dairy twice per
week. Pettis & Bir.D.
Mr. Eichholf informs us that the report
that the fire (because of which the alarm
was sounded Sunday) was in his furniture
factory, is untrue. lie was in the factory
(it the time, and knows that there were no
signs of fire in any part of the building.
One Lundred cases of new canned
goods, this season's packing, now in. They
were bought before the advance and wi!l
be sold retail at wholesale prices.
Joe P. Roberts, Esq., of Mound City,
is in the city, attending circuit court, and
will remain several days. Cherishing a
fondness for the atmosphere of a well regu
lated printing ofllce, lie paid his respects,
of course, to The Bcixetix office.
-Wc were requested to state that the new
stars for the Theatre Comiquc that were ex
pected last night, viz: Joe. Redman, Miss
iVda Clifton, and Frank P. Sidney, will cer
tainly arrive to-day, and appear on the
Comique boards this evening. This an
nouncement can be relied upon.
Between the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock
yesterday morning, a soft-tooted, villain en
tered the residence of Mr. Nick Cantwell
and stole and carried away Mr. Cantwell's
wntcli, Mr. u. w. locum s watcu and a
small sum of money. It was a bold raid,
the fellow made; but one tt at he will
scarcely try to repeat.
Billy Ludwig's handicraft in the pro
duction of saddles, received a most flatter
ing endorsement at the Charleston fuir, last
week. The saddle lie placed on exhibition
was pronounced the boss saddle of the lot,
and Ludwig lias the comforting proof of
the sincerity of the judges, in the bhape ot
six dollars, lawful money of the country.
Squire Comings had to deal with one
case of intoxication, yestciday. Thomas
Donneighhugh unduly flooded his lower
level, and rendered his footway slippery ami
uncertain. The squire said $1 and costs,
and Thomas responding ,lno money, ycr
honor," there was a march to the calaboose,
where Thomas will remain until Friday
Mary Lee and Sophia Reed were ar
rested by officers Hogan and Dimckcr, yes
terday, for maintaining houses uf ill-fame.
It appearing, however, that the girls occu
pied rooms for which they regularly paid
rent, and were neither proprietresses nor
inmates of brothels, according to the legal
signincation oi tnc terms, tiny wore
Morris Tita did a bit of fighting f.r
which Squire Comings fined him, yesterday,
the sum of f5 and costs. Morris not
having tlio Nation's enrrency about his
person wherewith to liquidate, lie was
marched olFto the calaboose, where he will
remain until next Sunday a whole week's
confinement for a little "mill" that didn't
last a minute!
Elmer Comings will leave for Chicago
to-day, to purchase a supply of books, sta
tionary, office goods etc., with wliich ho
proposes to stock, temporarily, a building
on Eighth street. It is his'purpose, ultim
ately, to take the building now occupied
by Barclay's prescription drug store. Mr.
James Cnnnon accompanies young Com
ings, it being his purpose to take in the ex
position, etc., and enjoy a wcek.ol' relaxation.
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CAIRO . hULM i w : i iwa mviw ijn u. r .PTEMBIfiU W i&7 y.
We learn that in a financial point ot
lew, the Chsrtoston fair was not an entire
nuccess; and that , rather than iuvlve tho
association in (lept, the . manngcra paid
such a 'percent of the prenmung as the
cosh in hand warrauted. Under the
opeiations of this arrangement about 73 per
cetit of tho premiums were paid, the" society
was left free Irom cncuuiberunces, and no
body feels inclined to complain.
The little ones, folks of older growth,
everybody who has a few hours at his or
her command should visit St. Mary's park,
on Wednesday, 24th. Tho attraction is a
picnic for the benefit of tho Lutheran Sun
day school. There will bo an nbundance
of refreshments on the ground, and means
for tho entertainment of all who may at
tend will not be lacking. Everybody is
invited and will be cordially welcomed.
The Cairo Casino have perfected ar
rangements for a grand ball iu Turner hall,
on Thursday evening, tho 25th instant.
The management is in tiic hands ot Louis
Dnestman, Henry Hasenjager and John
Koehler, and every thing will be done to
render the occasion especially pleasant and
enjoyable. A fine string band with com
petent callers have been secured, and that
the cost may bo no obstacle in the way of
those who may desire to be present, tickets
are fixed at the low price of 50 cents each.
About a o'clock yesterday evening Mr.
W. F. Pitcher received n dispatch from B.
J. Milan, coroner, of Macon, Mo., of the
following import: "Michael Rands and
wife both killed themselves hero this morn
ing. Inform relatives. There are money
and property." Nothing further is known.
Bauds is Well known in Cairo, having
worked in Gamble's wagon factory here
several years. Mrs. Rands was the sister
of Mrs. B. J. Thistlewood. The particulars,
when received, will lie given to our readers.
It is our purpose to publish, in the
columns of The Bci.lf.tix, all the evidence
that may be drawn out in the case of tho
People vs. Hogan, so that the readers of
both our daily and weekly can L,e as fully
informed of the facts involved, as any one
in attendance on the trial. As this and
other duties iu connection with the case
will require our almost constant presence in
the court room during the progress of the
trial, the fact may tell, somewhat, upon the
variety of our local matter. As we have
never felt called upon to ask for indulgence
in t'at regard, during the whole year past,
our readers will be in a condition to excuse
us, and. being a generous, fcrbcariug set,
will do so, we doubt not, in advance of the
Court met, yesterday morning, about
0 o'clock. Much of the tor? part of the
day was consumed iu the argument of mo
tions. The case of the People vs. William
Garner, alias Shivng, not lieing reay tur
trial, was continued, indefinitely. The col
ored woman, Belle Ilumpton, who was In
dieted as an accomplice in the robbery of
the Kentuckian, hist winter, was acquitted.
She was represented by Geo. W. Hendricks,
Esq. The Prosecuting Attorney secured a
conviction in the cases ot the People vs.
Hamilton and McNight for beating a negro,
mimed Lloyd, out of 4, by means of n con
fidence game. They were sentenced to
twelve days' imprisonment in the county
jail, each, and to pay a fiuc of $2."j and
We doubt it much if any other com
munity iu Christendom can present the
counterpart of Surah Williams. The police
courts and police force are nonplussed.
The miserable . creature has been fined
lightly and heavily; she has been subjected
to long imprisonments nud short ones; she
lias been permitted to leave the city under
the terror of a "body-execution," ami she
has promised reformation and good behavior
a score of times; but here she is to-day, the
same incorrigible rip she always was. On
Saturday night she was released from the
calaboose. Before the town was awake,
Sunday morning, she was whooping drunk
again. It is thought that the woman really
struggles, at time, to break oil" the habit
of drinking; but the devil ol appetite has
coutrol of her will, and completely masters
her. Tho only cure for her u 1:1 tins inebri
Tlio cr.e oi the People vs. John Hogan,
for the murder of Charley -Arter, will be
called this morning. It will be a hotly
contested case on both sides. The State's
Attorney, W. C. Hulkcy, Esq., will be as
sisted in the prosecution, by Judge W. J.
Allen rind G. W. Hendricks. Esq., while
the defense will be engineered by Messrs'.
Green and Gilbert, Wheeler, Lnusden, Al
bright and Leek. As tho defendant and
deceased were known to, everybody in
Cairo, and as the killing formed a topic of
discussion in every household in the city,
the groat labor of the trial will consist iu
tho selection of a jury. To the fact that
quite everybody in Cairo, is apprised of all
the published details of the affair, we need
but add tho general aversion to serving on
a jury where a human life is involved, to
form n correct conclusion ns to the dif
ficulties to be encountered at the outset. It
will prove exhausting and almost inter
minable. A drunker man than tho country negro
who plunged along Washington avenue,
Sunday evening, was never seen anywhere.
His arms, legs, head nud body, all seemed
to be actively engaged in an effort to fall
down, and each particular member in a
different direction. The least touch would
have destroyed the counterpoise of parts
and sent him tumbling. Ho took tin mid
42 TV A lrAmt...-
dle of tho street that ho miclit W with
equal facility, for the of a on cither
side, who -might have the 'sand in Ids
craw" to call 1dm a liar. Ho was hunting,
lie said, for that man. It was quite likely
that he was a "liar" but no d d man
should tell him bo; and thon an effort,
with the accompanying failure, to crack ids
fists, would send him tumbling to the sidt
walk. A kindly disposed colored friend
finally got him tangled up iu tho bod and
running-gears of a wood wagon, and drove
him outside of the corporation.
Late Saturday night, the bang! bang!
of flre-nrms in tho vicinity ot Fourteenth
and Lcvoe, excited attention ; but tew per
sons cared to inform themselTes what it
meant. Its meauing was this: A brace of
policemen passing along the Levee, were
suspicious of unusual proceedings inn small
frame restaurant, where cold fried fish and
hot meals are served to order at any hour,
of tho day or evening. Peering within tho
police saw a circle of men around a table,
engaged iu a very animated gumo of draw
poker, and made a dash for the crowd; but
the visitors having a thorough knowledge
of the avenues of escape, made themselves
scarce on tho first intimation of danger, and
it was with tho hope of bringing some of
them to, that a discharge of fire-arms fol
lowed. The proprietor of the establish
ment was taken in charge, and held to an
swer for permitting gambling in bis house.
Son of the others are said to have left the
Saturday night (we don't know the
hour, aud its no matter) a negro horse
jockey engaged in a heated altercation with
a negro woman, near the corner of Twelfth
and Washington, and, forgetting that lie
wore the form of a man and that his dis
putant was a female, he blazed away and
knocked the woman down. Policeman
Wims happening to arrive upon the ground,
:i'K)ut this time, he was asked to take tho
offending darkey under arrest, which thing
Warau then and there proceeded to do.
The negro accompanied the officer to the
vicinity of the jail, when, breaking -away,
he ran with the speed of a frightened
cnyote, until lie was lost iu the darkness.
Warren made chase; but it was an idle ef
fort. If, however, the fear of arrest shall
keep the fellow out of town, there is cer
tainly no occasion to regret his escape. Wc
could well afford to dispose of a Large per
cent, of our petty offenders in the same man
ner. No community is so deeply interested
in the trouble that has resulted in the stop
page (tf operations in the St. John's coal
mines as the city of Cairo. As information
not devoid of interest in that connection we
copy the following Cuiro dUpatch to the St.
Louis Republican: "Old miners from I)u
Quoin, eu ruuto tor Mkoui i, urr'.vud in Ouiio
Sunday, and report the condition of affairs
nt Halliday Bros.' mines unchanged. From
what they staged to your correspondent, the
inference could be drawn that tho nction of
the miners in the beginning savored too
strongly of haste. They are of the opinjou
that if the strikers had exhibited a more
liberal spirit, an agreement satisfactory to
all would have been effected long ago. Some
of tho men are compelled to leave I.)u
Quoin and seek employment elsewhere. The
destruction of valuable property attached to
the mines is charged to the malice of the
strikers. Whether there is any ground for
such a charge or not, the fact of suspicion
itself will crente a sentiment agaiinst their
cause. It is understood that Capt. Halli
day is now corresponding with miners in
Pennsylvania, with n fair prospect ol clos
ing a contract for a large importation."
George Dickorson is an industrious col
ored man. He is away from home, among
barges at the river, from morning until
evening. During his absence bis mascu
line acquaintances . were wont to frequent
his domicile to engage in friendly games of
"draw," ,'seyen-v.p"und "euchre" ti habit
against which George protested most vehem
ently, but against which his wife .seemed
to entertain no special objections. A do
mestic broil was the consequence; and as
the masculine frequenters of the house sided
with the wife, the combinations proved too
strong for George to successfully contend
against. On Saturday evening liist, worn
and weary from his day's toil, be returned
home, ns was his custom, for Ids evening
meal ; but instead of finding the supper ta
ble spread iu readiness for his coining, he
found a cold, empty, cheerless mom, the fire
out, and the wife of his bosom absent. Act
ing under tho advice of her visitors, os
Gcorgo alleges, the madanio had jsold every
article of furniture and household goods in
tho establishment, for whicli she could find
a purchaser. The purchaser, and not tho
price, being the object, it is perhaps need
less to ndd that the gales were rapid. At all
events, when, armed with a writ of replevin,
yesterday, George essayed tho recovery of
Ids goods, lie found them scattered hither
aud yon and everywhere. Ho finally learned
tho whereabouts of most of them, and
hopes, by an earnest and vigorous assertion
ot his rights to recover enough of them lo
set up housekeeping again. In the event he
succeeds in this purpose, the first nigger
thut comes loafing about with a deck q
cards in ids pocket, had belter make ar
rangements, before io comes, for n four
weeks' sojourn hi tho hospital.
From the time the so-called "managers"
of Mrs. Anna Stewart, the notorious Terre
Haute spiritual modjuni, refused to sub
ject her to any kind of tests or restraints,
the public, nnd especially the Inquiring ele
im'tit, ha harbored grave suspicions of the
! ,. . r
womas honesty- . Carefully projtcctod (fom
any traps that might lead to her exposure,
nnd having all tho "conditions" in her own
favor, sho has astonished tho gulliblo and
disgusted and shocked tho sensiblo portion
of tlio Terro Haute population, by the most
sacrcligious and brazen impostures it was
possiWit for her to deviso. Conspicuous
among these impostures was tho pretended
materialization of Georgo Washington, the
lather of tlio country, whom she called from
tho "bluo beyond" to stand on a little car
peted platform in a dingy up-Htairs room,
to wave u ten cent flag over Ids head,
while ho munched , candy that was
handed to him by the admiring
dupes that formed tho "circle"
that closely surrounded him I This
achievement being published to tho world,
and being swallowed by the dupes of tho
ism ns a "most marvelous exhibition of
luediumstic power," the woman correctly
concluded that hitman credulity had no
limit, and that since there were thousands
who believed that she had brought George
Washington from the eternal shades, the
same thousands would not distrust the
genuineness of a materialization If tho Sn
vior of tho world! Accordingly, upon
divers and sundry occasions sho wickedly
personified the Savior brought the Ruler
of the Universe to that dark aud dingy
room, to assume attitudes, and to give ut
terance to ejaculations and invocations,
that shocked, beyond expression, the better
sensibilities of the entire community. But
even this most outrageous and saereligious
imposture was, as she conjectured would be
the case, received by the dupes as "another
and more wonderful manifestation of Mrs.
Stewart's OOWit as 11 Kniritiinl innrliimi I"
The editor of the Terre Haute Gazette, un
williug that the moral and religious senti
ment of Terre Haute should Ik?
further outraged by such shameless
and wicked frauds, determined to expose
and denounce the medium and all her un
fcrupuuius aiders and abettors. This work
he has done, so effectually, that the materi
nlizer and her broad-shouldered, big-fistcd
husband, consider themselves damaged to
the extent of $20,000, nnd have sued the
Gazette for that amount of money. Three
or four years ago Mrs. Stewart was wear
ing lo r life out over the wash-tub, while
her husband worked here and there ot odd
jobs; but to little purpose anywhere. From
that position of extreme poverty, her bui
ness has lifted her to a position of case
and aflluence. Instead of the faded calico,
of a few years ago, she now wears "silks that
stand alone," diamonds of the first water,
and has, for herself, her husband nnd chil
dren, all the luxuries that money can
bring. The stake for which she was play
ing, was. therefore, a big one; but, had bhe
not so signaiiy ouiragcu mo moral sense
of the public had she not excited such
general horror and disgust as well among
intelligent spiritualists us among non
spiritualists, the might have played her
game, successfully to the end.
No ( iiu.i) can sleep soundly while suffcr-
ing wiin cone or irom teeming. Keinove
the cause by using Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.
uniy cents a Mottle.
10 lbs white sugar f 1.00
12 " light brown sugar... 1,00
o " choice coffee 1.00
0 " Good " 1.00
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at 5G
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oysters served at nil hours, day or night.
Wo have the agency in Cairo for the Cel
ebrated (l,l'robability Cigar, clear, long
Havanna filler mid Connecticut wrapper; is
beyond a doubt the best smoke for f cents
in the city, nnd we think, in all probability,
you will like them. A trial is all we ask.
Pettis & Bum.
. Beautiful Iiaso Burners, the Argnnd and
Garland; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and nil kinds of coal or
wood lieating and cook stoves, the largest
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. Hkndf.hso.nV,
Commercial nvenue, coiner Twelfth St.
The fashionable boot nnd shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that lie
can still be found tit his shop in the Athe
neum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from tho best material and of the
finest workmanship. As ho uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, nil of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale,
We have the sole right to manufacture,
sell or put up letter or note heads under
Hodder's patent. Any infringement on our
right will be prosecuted.
TK Caiiio Bulletin.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Geo. 0'IIaka has just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a suro
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only one dollar.
It will pay you to await the opening of
an entire now- stock, consisting of men's,
boys' ond children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the ,1. B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, the sticces-.ful clothier, (U Ohio
New MackerelTIiIs leason's catch.
Families supplied Sn any quantity.
You miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, nuywhero except of A.
Marx, tiio favorito clothier, 61 Ohio Levee.
Anti-Belli-m PmcEs At tho barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhouso, Eighth street,
near Alexander Couuty Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
tho Into papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 23 cents; Shampooing,
33 cents. Givo him n call.
Notice. to all whom rr may concern:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or nny one
connected with the Bulletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and tho order must be attached to
the bill wherjprcsented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same arc Indorsed by myself.
E. A. BcnxETT.
A. M.utx, in New York, purchased
the finest stock of men's, boys', and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
ALrL AOVEriTISEMESW in thla column. ,f
(he line, mch -nr lew will l,e pulilUlied t.,r
ceuu everv Ium tiIou: 1 month. l.M:g mouth with
out thanp, $l.iX) ,r rdoutb. Kacft ndditlonal
Hue, 5ceut. bltuationa warned frer
. , FOIl SALE.
A larse joliU walnut warl.roU. Price 10 W
LmjuUjf yf Mm. Burwit, So. :;-j Tenth ,!,i
Hot SE F()H SALE.
Cottage 15x'! miiid timber. c:(v to move
nyJ the lot vacated. Eiiqaire at Tue Hnxtzm
Ft KNISHEIMtUUMS FOR RENT
lwof.iriJ,iK.jri,l,m,f1)r r,.m ,l,r,.,,
hoar. Apply at Mr. FiutM, corner of
twelfth anu I' plnr.
Foil SAUs-Si-paralely or to..M.t!irr. a M of hIiibI.
lianirsa. a new. hnsreyniPhioa 0nd a buetv vhii,
Apply at LiiUetlii Litderr. lu( E lit ilk x '
iiRAiiorAitTErts Fop.nxEArii iiE:yt.ooDs
r w nv.Vl'p2,?-"' f-t",t,1-' I'lovev etc.. at
C . . IlhMihlJsoN !. Commercial ave:.. v cot
i.er Twelfth Mrvet
line steel i-naravlnqn, for naie. Cannot be
bouelit of tho pt.UbhiT for lc than $li.w each
!"JK' ",'.''d '"'"1-v for !" M fc- "the four (ur
yto.oci. Knuuirg ni Tim lit i.irn hinri.-ry.
Uwnkiu ami purchaser of Real Et:tto In C'a'ro
houlil iK-Biire tl-y hine a gwd title. I am now
prepared to ItiriiUhahMract at rraonnable rate.
Office In Court llnu.e
A No. 1 hr.r room aud nheMnii (or office fuml
turei it for alr cheap. AlKomauy other h(f?--ooui
fixture. Luriuireof Chnrlc iuLu.-ntncver, corner
Tenth atrrand Wa-hlnrtou avenue.
Ii!noTiro Hot--!, Cairo. Ililuo!. LiU-ra! tern.
to a K"iil terjtiut. App'v to
't.REEN & GILBERT.
Att'i. Cairo. LI
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WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society,
Orpiniieil July lftli, 1377, Under tho Law ol
the Smte of Illinois. Copy righted Jnly
it, 1877. under Art of Congress.
WILLIAM STKATTON, Pbbmdbnt.
Mil. F.Y TAYLOR, - . Yicb Pkmipknt.
J. A. CtOLDSTIN'E,
Dn. J. J GORDON,
UOAIIO OF MANAGERS :
.I.J. GORDON. Phvirtrlan Cairo, Hi
Mr. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent of
'School. Alexander Countv " "
J. A. GOLDST1NE. of Goldmine- A Ro-
femvater. Wholesale and Retail Dealer '
in Staple and Fnncr Dry tiM(l
N. It. THISTLEWOOD, of Hlnkle.
ThlMlewood. ( ommlMlon Merchant,
Cotton nnd Tobneco Factor n
S. 1. AY EhS. of Ayern & Co., Cotnmi-
lon .Merchant n
THOMAS LEWIS, Iiiciiruuce Maunuer
and Attorney at Law
WM. STRATTON. of Strattou Jc I!!rd,
Vlioleale Grocer ,
GEO. M. ALDKN, Coinniliou Mer-
( hunt, TS Ohio Levee " ..
JAS. S. I.'EARDEN, Aleut MiHil;.p
Vttllev Transportation Company "
C'HAS.'R. ST CART. Wholesale and He
tail Dry Good and Notion....; o u
EDWARD A. Ilt'DKR, Mannfartunni;
Jeweler and Whobnle denier Iu
Watchmaker' Tool and Material.... "
CHARLES LANCASTER. Lancater Jc
Rice, Lumber dealer
C O. P ATI ICR. C. O. PainT & f0.t
Who!eale and Ketull Merehunt "
Rkv. lL Y. GEORGE, Pastor Prenbyto-
rlan church i
J. G. WHITE, Insurance Acent
G. W. MeKEAIG, PoHtirniMur "
H. P. WHEKLEJf, Attorney nnd c'oun
elorat law " .i
Mum. LOUISA FISllllACK
OSCAR HAYTHORX. Vlmleali and-
Retail I!oot.SIioesuirtlrvGood.... "
A.J. llllll), Merehunt and 'stenmhoiit
WILLIAM KLI GK. General Merch'dlo "
P. G. HC1HH, Wholeealo and Itetull
I)ruL":lt " i
JUT. RKNNIH. Foundry and Machinist.
Mns. L. A. HOWARD. Hoarding House. "
W. PITCHER. Insurniico Airent
A. II ALLEY, Denier In Stove. Tlu and
E. W. GREEN, Green, Wood A; Dennett " '
II. K' POTTER. Fllloriiml Publisher
Ari:u-.Ioiirinil MmmH niiv. til.
,r,V ?.'A,;i,Yi!;:,L? Vllls mvi' "
A.J. FRENCH. Fanner Illrd Point, Mo.
TilOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Ikon "Wokks
93 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS.'
John T. 'Hennie,
HAVING ctulllticd hi works at tho above men
Honed place la better prepared thim ever for
mumifactiiriiiK Steam EiikIiui nnd Mill Machinery.
llnvluu a Steam Hummer and amplo Tools, tfie
maniilaeture of nil klrula of .Machinery, Railroad,
tttoumhoat aud Ilrlde Forslajta mndu a tpeclalty.
Especial attention tflveu to repairs of i.i Hues aud
Mnohliwry . , .
lira iuimK oi mi Kiiioa made to order
Pipe Fitting Iu all It brauc.hu.