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II. MAKEAN, M. D.,
Homwyathlc rhysulan anil Surgeon
nm 140 Gommcrcla.1 avmue. Resident cornot
Fourteenth U and Washington avenue. Cairo
It. K. W. WUITLOCK,
Orrn -No. 13C Commercial Annuo, between
Eighth and Mntb Htrecu ,
JR. W. C. JOCELYN,
KKKICE Elithth Street, near Commercial Avenue
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFlCB:-Wllh the Widows' and Oorjihaii' Mir
Unl Aid Society.
j I.XEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avenue.
. pQR METROPOLIS
The Ekpiul Sldewheel Passenger Steamer
Luavca Cairo every aftcrunoa at 3 o'clock, fur
Paducali, Metropolis and way landing. Kor
freight or passage apply , to SOL. A. SlLVKlt,
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
On andaftcr Monday, Jute ID, the boat will make
the following trlpi :
Foot Fourth St.
7 a. ni.
V a. oi.
11 a. m.
2 p. m.
' 9 a.m.
7:30 a. m.
1::0 a. m.
11::U a. m.
9:3fl a. m.
8 a. tn.
10 a. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. in.
J esse IIInkls, N. B. Thwtwwoop, l. II. MooitE
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
COMMISSION ; MERCHANTS.
No. 125 and 127 Commercial Avenuo,
HrLlleral Advancement mado on Consign
ment of Tobacco, Flow, and Grain.
tff'Ag' uts for Gear, Scott C. threshing ma-'
chines, portable saw mill and threshing engines.
Agent rorChamptou harvesting machines. mowers
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
.a .' . AND
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
J. T. WARREN & CO.
f4 & 66 W. Second St. '
Forclgu md Domestic dried and canned Fruit and
Vegetables. Canoed, dried and salt Fish. Pick--Sauces,
Oil and Condiments, Houp
"tuffs, Baking Powders, ground and
uolo8pks. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps. Heeds, Jellies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Mock nnpai-alli'H in the West.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL."
Variety Bracket Store,
Commercial Avenue Coruor Ninth Street.
PA I TtO, : t , t t ILLINOIS
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 94. 18T0.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT THH'PWT OKFK'E IN CAIUO, n,
UXOIft, AB HKCOMVCI.AB8 MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPKU OF 'ALEXANDER COUNTT,
Only Morning; Dally In Soutlieni Illinois,
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Maximum Tcmtiernture. 7o; Minimum Tern
pertituro, 00 j Italufall, O.ih) lnch.t
Scrg't Signal Cor'la,'u. S. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
J. B. Cramlall, Esq., of the Ptilnaki
county bnr, was in nttcnJtmco ou our
circuit court, yesterday.
The Cairo ami Vinceuiics cradlo lias
been drawn up on tho sliorc ami is under
going extensivo repairs.
Colonel Scliaefer, La3 located in the
nei,'Wjoring town of Metropolis, where, as
opportunity may olfer, lie will practice lnw.
Jolm McCollofton was drunk, yester
day, and being pulled before Squire Com
ings, was fined one dollar, and the custom
ary official consequential!.
The several saloon keepers who were
arrested for selling intoxicating liquors,
last Sunday, will bo tried before Squire
Comings, ou Saturday next.
"Going off like hot cake s" is no com
parison for the going off of the "Faultless"
5 cents cigar sold by F. Korsiueycr.
He can scarcely keep up his ?tock.
We might have announced, two or
three days ago, if we had known it, that
Frank Hanson was convicted ot horse
stealing ami sentenced to three years'
confinement in the penitentiary.
James Aderson, sq., ot Villa Ridge
might have been seen mingling among the
attorneys at our bar, yesterday. Ander
son is a paius taking lawyer and a No. 1
collector; but a "fearful" Republican.
One Lizzie Hughes will be held to an
swer for an attempt to bribe Jeff Landly
not to appear as a witness against Hamilton
and McKnight, the confidence chaps. An
example, in that regard, will not prove bar
ren of fruits.'
A grand time is anticipated
at Turner Hall Thursday night.
The managers tell us that all the
arrangements for a full house and an
evening of unmarred enjoyment have been
perfected, and that the pleasure-seeker who
attends will not be permitted to go away
We were pleased to observe among
the attorneys at the bar, yesterday, the
widely known and immensely popular
criminal lawyer, Justus It. Cunningham,
Esq.' During his recent absence he had
professional engagements at Cape Girardeau
and other points, in all of which lie fully
maintained his hard-earned reputation.
The Illinois Central pay-car was here,
yesterday, distributing among the com
pany'a employes several thousand dol
lars. The Mississippi Central pay-car will
be hero on Thursday, the 25th, and will
"do the same likewise." The ' monthly ar
rivals of these cash distributors constitute
events of considerable consequence, uow-a-days.
Two or three ot the prisoners in the
calaboose tried to dig out, during Monday
night, and when discovered had made very
fair progress, although their working im
plements consisted of nothing more effect
ive than a broom-handle. They had re
moved a plank from the floor and1 were op
erating underneath, when jailerCain popped
their work and placed them in another cell.
The little oues, folks of older growth,
everybody who has a few hours at his or
her command should visit St. Mary's paik,
on Wednesday, 24th. The attraction is a
picnic for the benefit of the Lutheran Sun
day school, There will be an abundance
of refreshments on the ground, and means
for the entertainment of nil who may at
tend will not be locking. Everybody is
invited and will be cordially felcomod.
Everybody should remember that the
Lutheran Sunday school picnic will bo held
in the park to-day. The school is composed
of the children of many of our best
families, and deserves tho encouragement
of our people generally. Let as many of
our people, both ladies and gentlemen, as,
can spare the time, compliment the little
people and gratify their teachers, by put
ting in an appearance at the park, if it is
only for a few minutes.
The Cairo Casino have perfected ar
rangements for a grand ball in Turner hall,
on Thursday evening, the 25th instant.
The management is in the hands ot Louis
Dnestmiui, Henry Hasenia-'cr and John
w l - "
ICoehlcr, and every thing will be -dono to
rentier the occasion especially pleasant and
enjoyable. A fine string band with com
petent callers have been secured, nnd that
the cost may bo no obstacle in tho way of
those who may desire to bo present, tickets
are fixed at the low price of BO cents each.
Mr. John D. Holmes and wife arrived
In Cairo Monday, from the far west, and
will again take up their residence In the
city. Mr. Holmes Is much emaciated, and
has but little hope, we hear, of ever regain
lug hi health. There is n bare possibility
that the change ot air, scones and surround
Ingu may servo him advantageously; but
the patient, we arc told, indulges no such
expectations. If friendship,, good wishes
and kind ofllces couU avail anythlng.no
man In our midst would bo more generously
or cheerfully served,, for, ' wherever John
Holmes has an acquaintance thero he has 0
frlcml. , ' i ' ' i
-There is rather an eager inquiry, nliko
up town and down town, for an individual
who recently left tho telegraph service of
tho Mississippi Central railroad company.
Not a few of our citizens have macle in
vestments In his honesty nnd integrity that
promise to becomo pcrmnnent. His gen
eral bearing towards the public and his
dealings with our business men, wcro of
a character to inspire general esteem and
confidence; and, notwithstanding tho ugli
ness of those stubborn things called facts,
still rely upon his integrity, and predict his
return and a general wiping out of all his
When we tell tho local readers of Tan
Bulletin that Mrs. Swandor has received a
new stock of hats and bonnets, of hosiery,
ribbons, flowers and millinery goods gener
ally, it is never necessary to add that the
hats and bonnets nnd everything else, arc
of the very latest styles, the most fashion
able patterns, and suited exactly to the sea
son and the market. It is also equally well
known that she is a straight-forward, con
scientious dealer; and as she believes in
ling goodsand not in holding them
over, it may be taken for granted that no
body in the trade can undersell her. We
ask general attention to her new advertise
ment, and silo ass the ladies of Cairo to
uail and see her. before effecting purchases
in this city or any other.
The near approach ot the Holiday is
already exciting thought Aid inquiry "is
to what shall be done to please the ?
ones. In the belief that the k;;:! :c
we propose to make will ass:: Cr '--l.1-cided
to a decision, we subtr.i:
"little toddlers" of from five to ten ye;
age will be pleased even deiijrlitJ a'. I il.r
year through, if made subwriVrs O that
best of all very young publications, "The
Nursery," published by John L. Shorey. "i
Broomtield street, Boston. Its matter is
strictly pure, nonsectarian, and prepared
by those who have long been accustomed
to caterting to the mental appetites of the
little people. As a specimen of typo
graphy it is quite faultless, its letter-press
and illustrations equaling in their artistic
excellence, the much-vaunted Aldine.
As the price is only one dollar and ten
cents a year, who can deny his little one's
a year's subscription? .
A colored man named Frank Ross
came in from the country, yesterday, and
finding the office of Squire Robinson, coin
plained that a colored man, limed Sandy
Doyle, bad wade an asualt upon liim with
a deadly weapon, with intent to kill, lie
said that he had been working at Commer
cial Point for a business man of that local
ity, and that having trouble in settling ac
counts the business mau undertook to
"dress him off;" that (luring the progress of
that undertaking Sandy Doyle and another
nigger pitched in on him, and would, but
for the fact that he "cut dirt and got out of
that," have mopped him nil over Goose
Island precinct. But ho ran away, Sandy
closely following, nnd firing upon hiin with
a revolver. He ran fully a half mile, he
says, and that his corporeal completeness
was not marred by a pistol ball, is due to
the fact that Sandy was not a good "run
ning shot." Squire Robinson issued a war
rant on the affidavit, and, as soon as
cauglit, Sandy Doyle will be asked to show
cause why ho fehou'.d not be bound over to
await the action of the next grand jurty.
When Zichariah Edwards, the col
ored than with several aliases, was arrested
by Sheehan and a deputy U. S. Marshal,
then here, on suspicion that he was the
principal in the murder committed on W.
'W. Troup's plantation, near Aberdeen, Miss.,
some time ago, he was marched to the
photographist, where he was photo
graphed. The picture was forwarded to
the Aberdeen authorities, and yesterday
word canto back that Edwards is the man
that is wanted. As soon, therefore, as n
requisition can be obtained, the prisoner
will be removed to Mississippi for trial.
We saw the iellow, yesterday, and found him
quite unconcerned respecting his future.
He is quite an ignorant negro, and, appar
ently, of very debased and groveling in
stinct. Like Glasi he claims that ho is
visited by ghosts. Delias been haunted by
them all his life, and" he's much astonished
that, while he is literally surrounded by 'em,
nobody else can either see or hear them.
Questioning him as to tho 'character of
these spookish visitors, ho says they ore not
like a dove, nor a cow; they hear no resem
blance to a goat nor to n canary bird. As
near us ho can fix it up in his mind, they
are white, and in shape and size not unlike
a goose! They have "no gold on their
wings," he says, nor brass nor silver bronzo
but ore, as nearly ns he can make out,
just so many ghostly geese ! Ilespcting the
crime with which ho stands charged ho
says nothing, because, as he alleges, ho
knows nothing about it.
We arc not disposed to insist that
newspaper men would prove good practical
hotel keepers, but as judges of hotel fart
nnd general accommodations, we hold their
judgment to bo faultless. But in judging
of the merits of the Gardner House, ot Chi
cago, of which Mr. Jewett Wilcox is the
manager, we are not called upon to rely
wholly upon the opinions of newspaper
men. The universal testimony is that the
Gardner stands In tho very fore-front of ho
tels west of flio Aleiihanh.' -Referring - to
its management and accommodations tho
editor of Chicago Exposition Gazetteer ex
presses himself as follows : "It is a mattor
of surpriso and congratulation among trav
elers," says he, "when they find themselves
here in this part of tho State, absolutely en
joying nil tho comforts and advantages of a
thoroughly metropolitan house."', Tho Gard
ner contains 210 rooms for guests, with hot
and cold water, and arranged singly and en
suite, nil spacious and elegantly furnished.
By sagacious forethought, tho usual dismal,
cramped nppcarancoof the majorities of ho
tels, and tho execrable ventilation which is
unavoidable in tho customary narrow en
tries, is obviated by the wide and lofty halls
which extend through the entire depth of
the building in eachsto The rooms open
into theso halls, which are elaborately fur
nished, nnd nro most delight
fully cool and attractive. Tho
offices and reading rooms aro on tho
first floor, reception rooms, ladies' ordinary
and reception parlors, anil dining-rooms,
are all located on tho . second floor. It is
well known that the market is rich in all
articles most desirable for the cuisine, and
from this variety the very latest is selected
for the Gardner House table. The-thorough
knowledge and practical experience of Mr.
Jewett Wilcox, manager, with C. Show and
A. F. Wells, clerks, have been most amply
tested in their management, and have re
ceived the universal endorsement of the
local and traveling public as unexceptional
in all its departments. They are all hotel
men, good fellows, and know how to run
their departments. The cuisine is under the
charge of well-tried chefs, who allow noth
i"g to escape their notice throughout their
rt-fr-xtive departments; and everything
c-zi'- izi-j to render the Gardner one of the
s: '..jtclso:' the land.
OX TRIAL FOR MURDER.
cask ox T;in pF.on.K vs. johx hooan, kou
THEMtKnLT.OFC.n. ARTKIt THKTKIAL IX
H'.Oi.KEsS- KIOKT .TVUOKS OI1TA1.NKD OCT
OF EIGHTY ONK TALESMEN KXA.MINKD
ONE HINDUKI) AND FIFTY MOKE M'.M-MO.N-KI)
TO UK OS HAND THIS .MOKNINO.
Contrary to what seemed to be a general
impres-ion, the parties to the case of the
People vs. John Ilogan, indicted for the
murder of C. I). Arter, avowed themselves
ready for trial when the case was calfed.
about 0 o'clock yesterday morning. Some
persons argued that the case would ba con
tinued until next term, others thought
some future day of the present term would
be agreed upon for iu trial, while others
thought the case would be carried, by
change of venue, to another county. But.
ns we have already indicated, all these im-J
pressions and conjectures were at fault.
Without Uie nel)u.uicnt of any perplexing
preliminaries or any discussion of points or
motions, the work of selecting a jury was
eutered upsn promptly on the call of
the case in its order. The regular panel
twenty-two members of which were present,
was examined without obtaining a single
juror. All of them had formed and ex
pressed opinions concerning the prisoner's
guilt or innocence, and were, therefore in
competent. The material on hand being thus exhaust
ed, Judge HafKer ordered the summonsing
of two hundred talesmen, with the instruc
tions to have fiftyor sixty of them present
by three o'clock p. m., and the balance at
the opening ot curt this morning. Bai litis
were accordingly dispatched about town
and to the country, and at 3 o'clock the
half hundred talesmen were in court.
The examination proceeded, nnd finally
the prosecution tendered John Lewis, of
Goose Island, and the defence accepted him.
The tender of A. B. Finch, of Horse Shoe,
of Nick Worthington, atxl Andrew Reed,
both of Goose Island, was soon afterwards
made, and they, too, were accepted. From
tills point about seven out of every eight
were excused for cause or peremp
torily, so that . when, ffl persons hud
been examined only eight juryni.-'ii
had been secured, viz: Jet in Lewis. Goose
Island; A. B. Finch, Horse-Shoe; Nick
Worthiimton, Goose Island; Andrew Reed.
'fcoosc Island; John MeKcc, Cairo; James
Dickerson, Goose Island; D. C. Payne,
Cairo, and J. E. Walker, Goose Island.
There wii3 one peremptory challenge on
the part of the defence, and nine on the
part of the prosecution.
The jurors were then charged by the
court to hold communication with no one
respecting the case in hand, to sleep in the
same room and cat tit the same table, and
not to read newspapers that hail not first
passed the inspection of the court. Two
bailiffs were then instructed ami sworn, and
the jurors submitted to their charge.
Whereupon court adjourned.
Tho regular examinations will be held on
the first Saturday of each month in the
County Treasurer's office nt the court house,
and on Friday and Saturday, the 3d and
4th of October, nn examination will be held
at the high school building for the accom
modation of our city teachers, commencing
promptly at 0 o'clock p. m.
; : Mus.P.L.Tayi.ou,
County Superintendent Alexander County.
Cairo, Sept. 2:?d, 187!).
It will pay you to await the opening of
nn entire new stock, consisting of men's,
boys' nnd children's clothing, furnishing
goods and tho J. B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, the successful clothier, 01 Ohio
- BALTIMORE OYSTERS
Just received and kept constantly on hand, J
Faust's 'celebrated Diamond Brand, at 50
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' IIouso.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
STOVES 1 STOVES ! !
Beautiful Base Burners, tho Argaud and
Garluntl ; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also tho famous Charter
Ouk cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
wood heating and cook stoves, the largest
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. IIkndf.hson's,
Commercial avenue, comer Twelfth St.
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 iu the Athe
neuin 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 he uses nothing
but A No. I stock, all of his work will be
warranted ns represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
Geo. OTIah.v has just received a new
invoice of Forbes Puds. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc' No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only one dollar.
You miss rr if you buy clothing and
lurnishiug goods, anywhere except of A.
JIurx, the favorite clothier, CI Ohio Levee
ANTi-BEi.i.i-M PmcKs At the barber
4iop of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, coo! shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat-
ifactory wmk. Prices:
cents; Hair-cut. 23 cents;
23 cents. Oiv- him a call.
Notice. to all whom it mat coxcekx
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
traeted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with toe Bulletin, unless the
same is'made ou a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Bvkxett.
M.i;x, in New York, purchased
finest stock of men's, bovs' mid
children's clothing, iver brought to Cairo.
LL ADVEKTIsEMKNT-x in thi. column.
I Jive i'uri r ill In- put)!!lii(l fur-.
i-nln i-vi rv iii,-rtlu: I montii. l..V::i month with
out rliuw, Jl.tit jrr ei .tiili. Ei"i!i additional
line, S Cilit. tvtuation wantvd fn-,
A Uro' solid wnlunt warlro'i. I'rlce 80 to
F.iiquln-of Mrs. llnrn-tt. No. 'U Ti i.tU nrn-t.
Hul'SE Full SALE.
Cotlaeo l'vtfl. oni,(t tlinl.irc. i;i-v to move
W mil tin- lot vacated. Enquire at Tu b Ui'lletix
FfliMMlEI) Kuo.MS Foil KENT.
Two fiiriii-hcd room for n ut. with or without
A'V ' nl Mr'- F'nwram. comer of
i neiuu uuu i op.ur.
Foil HALE-Separately or to.'. tliiT. a -t of single
linrnc-i. a new. Iiiil'l'v cushion and a buu'irv whip
Apply at llulu-Uu l.imh-rr. Job E. lieiiKE
IIEAIKl AHTEHs FOR FINK AHi HE!'Y(iOODS
lion. Arrow. Tartyl. shoolinu' I.Iuvck, etc.. at
I . W. ilKNUEloN S. Commercial aeL. e cor-
;ilL'M ol the jMilillMier for le than Sl.Yon earh
" usoiu "initiy tor giu 110 euch. or the four lor
?m Ki.qulre nt Tub lieu i ti hlmlerv.
Ownkm nnd purrhuwr of lte.il Etnte In Cairo
should Im- nire they have a iroml title. I nm now
prepared to lurnicli ultrtictH nt ruoiin)1i- rules.
Oalro In Court Hoile.
A o, 1 liar-room nnd fheWim; tor nfl'ire fuml
ture) Is for sale cheap. Also many oilier liar-room
tiitnre. Enquire ir Charles Hclioi Mucyer, corner
Tenth Mreet nnd Wuhlnelon nvetiiu'.
IMmotilco Hotel, l airo. IlllnoU. Liberal terms
to a coin! tenant. Appiv to
'(iltEEN ,V (ill.UEUT.
Atf. Cairo. 111.
Winter's llliick. Corner Sevenili Street mill Com
Desires to Inform the ladle of Cairo iltnl Vicinity
Hint she has on hand nnd receinn tlallv. direct
from Hie Eastern elite, n tery lurae and complete
stock of Ladies' and .Mines'.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS.
Hosiery all sixes nnd colors-Tict. to one dollar
per pair. Corsets, In els, to f.'.Ni, and Hill assort
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All the very latest designs. Prices ns low as pos.
slhle and food marked In plain figures. Will not
lie undersold, Call and examine. Nn trnuhlo to
show goods Ladle who do not see what they
want will please ask fori'.
rjMIE CITY NATIONAL BAN'u
W. I. HALLWAY, President.
H, L. HALLWAY, Vice-President.
WALTKU UYtiLol', Cusliler,
1)1 UEC'f 0118:
S. STAATS TAYLOn, w.'l'. HALI.toAV,
IICNIIY L. IIAM.II W, n. ll.rt'NNINUIIAH,
o. D. WILLIAMSON, STKl'llKN lllllll,
II. It. rANI'KK.
Exclituiffe, Coin anil United States Bonds
' IIOftiHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a (teticral banking business
MUTUAL AUr SOCIETY.
JJUREKA! EUREKA I
A SUBSTITUTE FOR LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANIES. ;
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'
Mutual Aib Society,
OF CAIRO. ,
Orsantzfd July Uth, 1377, Under the Lnwiof
tho fclate or Illinois;. Copyrighted July
9, M77. Under Act of t'oiiKt esi.
WILLIAM STI'ATTOX, President,
Mhs. P. A. TAYLOK. . . VirE-I'iiEsiDENT.
J.A.GOLDSTIXE. - Theasciikb.
Da. J. J. GORDON,
Med. Advm .u.
IIOaTID of MAKAGEK3:
J. J . C.OHDON, PhVHtclan Cairo ll'a
Mrs. I'. A. TAYLOK. huperlntendent of
Heliosis, Alexauder County
J. A. OOLDsTINE. of (Jolibtliie 4 Ho.'
senwater, Whlea!e and Hetall Deulcru
In Staple ami Kuiiev l)ry Oiod. ....
N. 1). TlIISTLEWOOD. of lllnkle it
Thlstlewood. Cotnmli-sluu Merchant,
Cotton and Tobacco Factor
S. I. A YKKh, of Ayers A Co,, Commis
THOMAS LEWIS, Insurance itnn'iiLvr
atrd Attorney nt Law ..
WM. rVfHATTON, of Stn.tlou ijird
GEO. M. ALDEX. Commihsion .Wr,
chant, 7 Ohio Levee t.
JAS h. KEAIiDKX, Agent Mi.i!ppi
alley J Miiiiortnt!on Compnnv .. . " "
CHAS. K. STLAKT. Wbol,lBi,id He'
tail Dry Hoods ami Xotlon .
EIJWAlti) A. Iil DEIt. Manufacturing
Jeweler and l holsnie i!li tr
Watchmakers' Ton', Hi,d Materials.. "
CHAHLEs LANCASTER. Lancaster A
CO. P ATI EH. J'. O. Pat.er i'c'o'.'.
Wholesale and Ii,-tail Merchant,....
Iinv. II. Y. GEOliiiE, IWor Presbyte
rian church iiti .. ,.
.1. C WHITE. Insurance Ageut.'.
O. W. Mi KEAIU, Postmu-ter "
S. P. HEELEK, Attorney und Con a-
sulor nt law , .i
Mil Lot' Is A F1SM11ACK ." .
OSl AH IIAYTIluIIX. Wholesale and
Itelatl limit. Shoes r.nd Drvlioix! .... -
A. J.IUHI). Merchant nt.d 'stvaml-oat
Proprietor ,. ,.
WI LLIAM Kl.l lE. General Merch'dise
P. G. S Hi ll. Wholesale and Ketall
Mn. L. A. IIOWAHI). Hoarding House'
W. K. PITCIIEK. Insumnee Ag-nt ..
A HALLk... Dealer iu Moves, Tin a:,d
Hardware ,.. ..
E. W. t.UKEN. Urccn. Wood A LVnLett "
n. F POTTEH, EJitor und' Publi'.'aw
Argu Journal SIl,0B(J n.v. fM
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EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF PAIUS AND LEIPZIG.
Immedlata relief warranted Permanent ri:re
gnarni.teed. Now exclusively used by all celebra
ted Ph) skUns o Earope and'Auierlca. becoming a
Staple. Harmless and Itvliuhle Hemedy on both
eontineiil. The highest Medical Academy of
Paris reports M cures out of lin cases within 'thr-e
die. ecret--The only dlssolu-rof the poisonous
Trie Acid which exist in the L"lod of Khenmattc
and ('only patient. $1 a box; t) boxes for
Sent toitiy addr-ss on receipt of price. Indorsed
by Physicians. Sold by all Druggist. Address
WASHBURN & CO..
Only Importers' Depot 21J liroadw.i; . X, Y.
For Sale by UAKCLAY 11HOS.. nnd Vrnzs'Mn
MICHIGAN STOVE CO.
012 Lake St.. 03 Seneca St.
Et'ononiy in Fuel, Dura
hility, anil Convenience.
Completeness of design, and
rerfectness of Construetion.
Simplicity of Maiiaijement, and
General Worklnir Qualities.
THE BEST AND MOST RELIABLE
IN THE MARKET.
Time Tried and Fire Tested!
ACKNO WLEDG ED FAVORITES.
AND I'ltOVES A 81'CCEas.
ALL GOODS FULLY WARRANTED.
For ralo by C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo.
And by First Clus Dealers Evorr.ihoro.
IX POINT OP