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yy K. MAREAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
ftffle 140 Commercial avenne. Rcildence comer
Fourt-ieuta Si. nd Wellington tvenue, Cairo
It. K. W. WniTLOCK,
lrwc-No. 1M Commercial Avcnr-c, between
KiiiUtti and Ninth StreuU
JJR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Emilia Street, near Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public anil Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widowa' aud Oorphans' Jlu
tual Aid fcuclety.
J I.NEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. US Cqmtnercial Avonuo.
"DOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The Elegant .Sidewhoel l'atfcuser Steamer
A.J. BIRD ....
Leaven Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
Padiic.au, Metropolis and way liindlin:-. For
freight orpaaa u.pp!y to SOL. A. SILVER,
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
Ou and after Monday, June 1ft, the lout will make
the followiu;; trip :
Foot BMirtU t
T a. m.
11 a. m.
3 p. Di.
:30 p. m.
!t a. m.
. 3 p.m.
Missouri Laud'g. Kentticky Ld'g.
7:W a. ra.
!)::50 a. in.
11 ::!() a. in.
0:30 a. m.
8 a. ra.
S p. ra.
10 a. ni.
4 p. IK.
COMMISSION" M ERCHA XTS.
JgeSI HiNKLR, K. B. TlltSTMtWOOI), .1 . II. MoollE
Farmer's Tobacco Warehouse
'o. 125 aud IT, Commercial Avium-.
PfLI'ieral Advancement made ou Consign
mentn of Tobacco. Flour, and Grain.
3i)r"Ai;uti for Gear, Scott Co. thrUlnc ma
chined, portable aw mill aud thrcHlnng engine.
Agent forCliuinplon harvuatlnK irmchiiief. mower
PROPRIETOR CUT SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
TACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Loads a Specialty.
OK VIC K: ,
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
J.T.WARREN & CO.
fii& GG W. Second St.
Foreign und Domestic dried and cuuned Frulti Aid
VegntMilei. Cauiied.drledandialtFlKh. Pick
Hauccn, Oil and Condiment. Nnup
tuf, Baklnj Powder, ((round and
whole Hplcca. Tollut aud Laundry
Soap. Hoods, Jellies, Preserve.
Fancy (Irocerlci and Gro
Stock unparalleled in ' the West .
SEND FOIl OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL."
J C. FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
t Commercial Avcnu Comer Ninth Street,
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IN AND AROUND TIIE CITY.
-Mr. If. S. Sp.ntlding liis rcturneil
Col. Lowcry is again in the city, in the
enjoyment of very good health, apparently.
Dr. McRnven ami Dr. Finney and Mr.
Wm. Portcrfield, all of Clear-Creek, are in
Mrs. E. W. Kent, of Michigan, sister-in-law
of Mr .Fred S.Kent, is in the city,
en route for Louisana.
Yesterday Wing a Jewish holiday, the
business places of some of our Israelitish
citizens were closed.
A laro-e stock ot wedding goods, paper,
envelopes, cards, etc., received yesterday,
at Tue 'Bulletin office.
Cairo is to become headquarters for
the organization of a new circus troupe
efl'orts in that direction to commence in a
- Mr. W. P. Smyth will leave the city
to-day or to-morrow for a week's sojourn in
Missouri with the famous duck-shooter,
The number of inmates of the cala
boose has been narrowed down to two, viz:
Archie Robinson and the never-to-be got
rid of Sarah Williams.
Liked by everybody, called for by
everybody, smoked by everybody and
their friends the "Faultless" rive-cent
cigar, sold by Korsmeycr.
-To secure the insertion of the proceed
ings of the Septemltfr term of the County
Commissioners' Court, in the Weekly
Bulletin of Monday, they will appear in
. One of our physicians says that the
man doesn't live who can beat Phil Saup
catching fish. "Damme," ejaculated the
earnest pill-distributer "damme if hecan't
catch 'em out of a brush pile!"
Johannes Kenned acus bathed his
diaphragm in benzine yesterday, and was
taught the moral turpitude of such doings
in a short lecture from Justice Comings,
that embodied a demand for one dollar
Mr. J. B. Reed contemplates the furth
er improvement oJ his section of Twentieth
street, by the erection of two brick cot
tages, a short distauce west of his residence
proptrty. The material, or most of it, is
already on the ground.
Mrs. Judge Baker arrived in the city,
night belore last, and is stopping with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 'rVhite. We
are sorry to add that her youngest child is
quite sick. Judge Baker with the balance
of the family will arrive next week.
We call attention to the advertisement
of Executor's sale that appears in another
column of The Bulletin this morning. The
property to bo sold is very, desirable, in a
good business part of the city on Commer
cial, near Twenty-sixth street, nnd4vill be a
bargain for some man.
About a week or ten days ago we pub
lished a dash item to the effect that M A.
II. Irvin would make a short sojnuru in Mt.
Vernon. How, from such language, any
body could infer that Mr. Irvin had moved
away from Cairo, we can't conceive: but
several bodies did that very thing.
Davidson, the hardware' man, is ia the
field as will be seen by his card in this
morning's Bulletin. Ho keeps a good
stock of stoves of all kinds at lowest prices,
and is also prepared to till nil orders for
roofing, guttering and jobbing of jill kinds.
Ware-room and shop ou Eighth street.
The force of men working under the
direction of the street superintendent, is
engaged, just now, in the woik of graveling
the east side of Commercial avenue between
Fourteenth and Twentieth streets a work
that will greatly improve the avenue for
winter use, and odd something to its ap
pearance at all times.
A social event ni importance in Cairo
society was the marriage yesterday, of Mr.
A. L. Iltinl, of tho Mississippi Central
railroad, and Miss Annie Stimmel, Louis
ville, fty. The affair transpired In the par
lors of tho St. Charles, the Rev. B. Y.
George, officiating, and quite a number of
Mr. Louis Rienwater's wedding cards
and invitations have been circulated, and
are, by all competent judges, pronounced as
neat lit point of appearance, aud as artistic
in their mechanical execution as tho best of
,tho lithographed cords that nro procured
from abroad. It Is unnecessary to add. we
take it, that theyyorc printed at The Bui..
Invitations nro out for the marriage,
of Mr. Louis Rosenwatcr, of Charleston,
Mo and, Miss 'Sarah Black, of fmro,
which is fixed for 7 o'clock, Sunday eve
ning, October 12th, in Odd Fellows'
CAIRO BULLETIN I SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1879.
hall. Tho reception, for which cards
are also out, will tollow, nt 8 o'clock, at
tho residence of tho bride's parents, on
Fifth street. .
Wo hear it rumored that friends of J.
B. Alexander tho man who was sent up
threo years for horso stealing-propose to
petitiou the governor for tho fellow's
pardon. It is our opinion that Mr. Alex
ander has been dealt with very leniently,
and that ho should devoto tho next threo
years to a contemplation of tho necessity of
working a moral reformation in himself,
within the walls of the Jolict prison.
Although manifesting very exuberant piety,
he's a bad man.
The sales at the Central Stock Yards,
ot this city, since our last report, were:
E. B. Thomas to Wt. Pr.
Louis Koehler, 2 heifers.... 1385 2.50
Louis Koehler, 2 mixed 2350
F. Klein, 0 sheep 405
M. Watson to '
M. E. McConnnon, 2 hogs. . . 403
E. B. Thomas to
Jno. Petrie, 18 sheep .
N. J. Leath to
Louis Koehler, 1 bull 805 2.00
Louis Koehler, 4 mixed.:... l'JOO 1.50
There was a good crowd present at the
Reform hall, last night, that listened with
much pleasure to a short, ringing address
from Col. Lowery. The lirst thing in oi
ler, however, was the election of officers to
serve the ensuing year. Tlie election re
sulted as follows: President, Dr. C. W.
Dunning; 1st Vice President, P. W. Bar
clay ; 2nd, Col. John Wood; Srd, S. D.
Ay res; Secretary, George S. Fisher; Finan
cial Secretary, M. Easttirdale; Treasurer, G.
M. Alden; Steward, Thomas O'Loughlin;
1st Marshal, W. II. Whittaker; 2nd, F. M.
Ward; Sergeant-at-Arms, Moses Phillips.
The meeting, next Friday night, will be ad
dressed by a distinguished gentleman from
Richards is on a bender. He came
here from the Southwest, bringing a pocket
full of endorsements and recommendations
all testifying to his ability and success
as an educator. But self-love, pride, will
to do right all succumb to the insatiate ap
petite for strong drink. Placed in the cal
aboose for drunkenness, he served his allot
ted time, aud came tut with
his sober senses about him, but with his
thirst for stimulants, strong as ever. Hav
ing no money, we arc told that he disposed
of some old clothing for a few dimes, and
with these he bought the liquid fire with
which to again heat up his body and brain.
Found drunk again, yesterday, he was fined
$2 and costs and reincarcerated in the cal
aboose. Appetite seems to have the fellow
completely under control.
The time is near at hand now, when the
hundred or more ex-policy holders of the
ilcfunct Cldeago Protection Lite Insurance
company arc expected to appear at tlie V.
S. District Court of the Northern Dintrict
of Illinois, to show cause, if any they have,
why they shall not make good all the steal
ings of the infernal scoundrels who man
aged the company, and pay all the assess
ments of which they were notified and
which they declined to pay, before the com
pany's so-called failure. Every man must
pay according to the extent of his liability.
The man who held a $5,000 policy, will be
assessed twice as much as the man
in the same class who held a $2,500
policy; and all for what? The
order of the court says for paying the debts
of the company. It is fair to infer, how
ever, that, inasmuch as the policy holders
never agreed to pay any debts except death
losses, as they might occur, that they can
not and will not be held for the miscellan
eous debts contracted by the officers. But
it is'held by parties whose opinions are en
titled to respect, that ex-policy holders are
liable for the death losses that wore col
lected by the company and not paid over to
the party entitled to them; that, every
policy-holder assumed an obligation to pay
his share of the amount of every
other policy when it became
due becuase of the death of the
holder; and that, if the officers of the com
pany collected the amount of any such due
policies, and failed to pay it over, the
amount thus withheld is a valid debt ol the
company, and will remain so until it is paid
into the hands of the party entitled
to it. If this view be a correct
one, the . matter may prove quite
a serious one to those who held largo poli
cies and are not execution proof. But this
nnd all other points involved will be passed
upon on the first Monday in October, ami
until that time the ex-policy-holders 'here
away can do nothing more than school
themselves to patience, and wait.
OX TRIAL FOR MLRDKIi.
CASE OF TIIE PEOPLE VS. JOHN IIOCAN, poll
TIIE MUltUKli OF CIIAS. I). AllTKIl TIIK
ELEVEN .lUltOltS JtE-KXA.UNKl) ny TIIE
COUHT TOUCHING TIlEIIt QUALIFICATIONS
MOTION FOIl A PEUKMnoltY CII.VL
LENOK OVEH-llULED EFFOIlT TO COM
PLETE THE PANEL 11E8UMEI), ETC'.
Shortly after tho conuing of tho court,
yesterday mowing, tho Judge announced
thut he would, in tho interest of justice,
nnd for tlie satisfaction of tho parties to
the case, of his own motion, call the jury
men selected to tho stand, and ro-exaniino
them under oath, touching their qualifica
tions as jurymen. Accordingly, one alter
another of the eleven jurors was called in
and, being sworn, was required to answer
questions of tho following import:
I. Has nnybody advised or suggested
that you should get upon the jury In this
2. Have you visited tho prisoner and
talked with him alxnit the homicide?
8. Are you prejudiced for or against tho
prisoner, Mr. Hogan? ,
4. Can you givo him a fair and impartial
trial according to tho evidence, and tho in
structions the court may glvo you?
Ten of the jurymen answered
questions 1, 2 and 3 in tho negntivo,
and the 4th question affirmatively. One
juror, John Lewis, answered tho 1st nnd
llrd questions negatively and tho 2nd and
4th affirmatively. Ho had visited Ilogan
in his cell two or threo times; but some
one was always at or near the door, cither
the black man or Charley Hodges.
The court then asked if tho council had
any remarks to submit. Judge Allen said
he believed the ends of justice demanded
that the State should be accorded the right
of one peremptory challenge. The con
fesscd fact that Mr. Lewis had made re
peated visits to Mr. Ilogan's cell, nnd held
conferences with the pi isoner there, was
incompatible with the idea of disinterested
ness; that the case should be tried by men
who are free from bias or predjudice one
way or the other, and Mr. Lewis' interest
in the prisoner showed that he was nut
such a man.
Judge Green nnd Mr. Wheeler followed
Judge Allen. They urged that the ex
amination had revealed no corrupt prac
tices ou the part of tho prisoner or any one
acting by his procurement. The position
that because Mr. Lewis was a
friend ol the prisoner he was
an incompetent juror was un
tenable, and nothing more than that had
beenjestabiished. Tlie juror had sworn
tlujt he had neither formed nor expressed
an opinion concerning the guilt or liuiu
senceofthe prisoner, and that his mind
was free from prejudice. For these, and
other reasons, the gentleman held that'the
court could not accord to the St:ite the
peremptory challenge asked for.
Judge Allen replied to the points made
by the defence said that the facts uprn
which the State based iis claim for a
challenge, had come to is knowledge
since Mr. Lewis had been accepted on tlie
jury. -o n:ni was tnrown out oy lum on
bis original examination, of his several
visits to the piisoner's cell: and, as be had
declared that he had but a passir.g
acquaintance with the prisoner, 'of course,
it never occurred to the State to ak him
(a man living many miles out in
the country) if he had been
in close and intimate conference
with Mr. Hogan in the county jaii.
We are taken by surprise in this nutter:
and need not teli the court that, had the
knowledge we now possess reached us in
time, we should have exercised the right of
peremptory challenge, in Lewi," case, on
The court, m pacing upon the motion,
said that with a view to the protection of
the rights of both parties to the suit, the
court had, of its own volition, subjected
the jurors to a re-examination; and now,
governed by the mandates of the law, he
could not say that the incompetency of any
of the jurors had been disclosed; neither
could he say that the juror ia question wili
do otherwise than act the part of an im
partial and conscientious juror.
The motion was over-ruled.
And now again the counsel addressed
themselves to tlie work of completing the
jury paind. Twelve talesmen all of them
good and substantial men from the upper
end of the county chci fly from Hazle
wood precinct, were then called, and the
examination commenced. Every man had
heard of the case, and had formed and ex
pressed an opinion respecting the prisoner's
guilt or innocence. This wa unfortunate,
as, hud any of them been competent, the
panel would have been filled out at once.
The court then ordered the Sheiiif t
have 21 more talesmen in tli.' court Ikum
by 2 o'clock, p. m.. and adjourned over !.
When court was caiiod afire dinner
twenty-one of the twenty-four tah-siue:' or
dered, were found in court, li. loie enter
ing upon un examination Judgij Allen
asked leave to introduce an affidavit as to
the competency of one of the j::r ".s al
ready enipannelled. As above stated, every
one of the jurors were re-examined by the
Judge in the morning, and declared upon
their solemn oaths, that they had neither
formed nor expressed an opinion, and could
give a fair and impartial verdict according
to the law ami evidence. Yet the affidavit
presented, recited that one of these same
jurors hud expressed a most ciiphatic and
unqualilled opinionin tho presence of uffi
ant, viz: That "had he been Hogan, ho too
would have killed Charley Arter" The
affiant will take tho witness stand this
morning, and detail the particulars under
oath. For obvious reasons we (it present
Tho examination of talesmen wns
(hen resumed, and continued un
til all present had passed
tho interrogatory ordeal. Seventeen of the
number were excused because they had
formed and expressed opinions. One was
challenged peremptorily by the State and
ono by tho defence. Mr. Hugh Willis, an
old gentleman of more than average in
telligcnec, had reflected much tdiout the
death penalty, and was opposed to its in-
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Iliciioii ! luniiniiineiii wr crime, jur,
Dennis Cnvcnder. when questioned on tire
samo point, replied that lie wn "opposed to.
taking that which he could not give" which
remark, being interpreted, means that Mr.
O.ls opposed to hanging, as a punishment
for murder. And so it happened that an
other half day was consumed in a fruitless
effort to complete tho jury. The Sheriff
was ordered to bring in thirty moro men
this morning, and certainly we may hopo
that, in this number tho eligible man may
Four days having been consumed
in an effort to obtaiu ft jury,
it , is safe to calculate that
the end of tho 0al will not be reached
beforo next Thursday or Friday. It is
altogether probable that as many as seventy
five witnesses will be examined, which
cannot be done in less than two days; and
not less than two days will be consumed in
tho argument of the case. Very fair pro
gress will be made if, on Thursday evening
next, the case is handed over t4 the jury.
How long it will remain in that keeping,
no one, of course, can tell.
PERTINENT IXoriBIKS POINTEDLY
For the last four or five weeks our Post
office has presented the most fearfully in
teresting object tor the study of the
Ethnologist, that is within the scope of hu
mau imagination. The oaths of the great
Shakcspcar's worst chaiacters would seem
as benedictions compared to those uttered
by the disappointed individuals when at
the announcement by the Postmaster of, "no
Bulletins;" the air not only turns blue
and sulphurous with their profanity, but
nearly black and scorching, and our genial
P. M. had actually to iave his whiskers to
save them tV. un cremation. I wouldn't
have you understand that this- community
is given to profanity, n. sir! for I as-urc
you that in v'ueial a:id under any ordinary
circumstances it is as mora! as any, but
these provocations are extraordinary, au
such as are t,o much for human nature t
bear, therefore w.' must have speedy relief
it not I idniddiT for the con,' quenees.
Luiriinat.il:; ever this, l-is flik-d ui with
questions as urn as a country scikvi-oov is
of yell when dismissed at fe.ir o'cl.icl
p.m.: he is auo'.jeit no one c'V.!d con
lemprmc n:;ii"u: an in war. i iee.i:. o; awe
and dread, and admiring the retnaikrde
knowicduf. the teacher has of the !v
capacity f.-r gi n-'rutkig and
Ve.i; hilt l;iC 1111 -1110111 lie s'i-;..; outsMe ol
.i . . , .... , .
:iie enc.osure 01 lue m ;,.io;-;,,iih .- pr-.-mi-uS
he iq-ns his countenance and lets it go. and
h! tie.1 volume rudirng put seems to be
i-nocoi to 21; a space of eight cu'-ir miles
and if he had been kept in one minut
longer must inevitably h-.vo cxp!odl, bu
to my qu-.ti'-n bel'-re such catastrophe cc
Is tlie C'Air.o Wekki.y Bei.r
! r.TIN pU!'il,si
tiie day of its date '. Is it mailed the same
nay. n now inz ivlore it leaves the
Cain Po-'.offictJ When dots it board the
v. . iv i,. n. u. man tram, it tlie saint:
day. iiow long iL-i's it taiv-' that tram to
roach Hodges' Park.' When the mail ar
rives there, is it delivered to the P. M. of
that place f If where does it ree or
until Satiirdu-v. the tinn
tie.! Thebes Postodice
We are not r-wrour e.ned with mail facili
ties, two per week come, aril return to
Hodges' Park. Wednesday and Saturdays
nil-. Bulletin published on Monday
readies ou-- po:.ii:4ce rvituniay, iiemg six
. , i. ... , .
days ou the way and having to come about
2S miles: the New York Tribune published
Wednesday, readies here the following Sat
urday, having tnic-led the distance of about
. ir.. . ' , s.- ...
i..oo i:n:e. in laree u.ivs. .viw wi.l some
one who is hij.li tip in Mathein itics, have
the kindness to solve this problem, w hy it
takes The Caiko Weekly Bulletin six-
days to travel liS miles nnd ike New V
Tribune only three days to travel l.?0(i
miles! I confess my knowledge nf that ex
act science t bo inadequate, to the task
Having asked my question, Mr. Editor, I
lee. a nine easnsr, an-l it you feel unable to
answer them all, please pass them around
t- s line -iii who can, even if you have to
pu-h yrtir interrogations clear up to head
quarters at Washington. Yours hopefully,
Mknstjie-n FltW Ml.
Til LUES, Sept. J Vml, I?!.
A LIST OF L LIT Kits HK. AI.MNO IN TIIKUO.sT
OFFICE AT ( A!ItO. ILLS., UN. T;IE 2TII DAY
OF SEITE.MIIEP., IH'i'.K
Allan!. MM'.ie Mi-.;
e'ntil'c-nl, Kalio Ml-s;
t arrnior. Ann'.e M'n;
(-: 'li-. oiili-Tt H. Mr..
llart.'Elleii E. .Mi-;
Hail. AiLi .Mi.:
l-iliiisiiii, Kiiiiuy .Mrs.;
Lnii!. MiiL'urei Mi,i
Marr. V.i-.-C. Mm :
Millie.:.. M.-lt--a Mifo:
Hello, .lane M!ss;
Court tv.iv. Mm,
Kiinti r, Jam- Mm.:
HuikIchiiiii, ('. Mix. :
Ila'll-luv, U. V. Mr-.;
Jack-oii, Auiili- Sir.;
Kiel- r. Carmine E. ;
Lung, Slnrj' A. Mih. :
Sk-Kliei'l, Caroline .Mist-;
Puytoii, Nam le;
lloWih-i-ti, E. M. If. Alrn.: Snell. Marv Mm
Muar,. Annie M.: Woo-in. .I-'imlo ,Mrn ;
llllai;;.. I!urielta Mra.; York, .Vniule. Mine:
y.milis. Miaile MIm; Siinmun, lldrlmiu Mln:
Iti ill I a. Ilnn
Plrton, Don 11;
P-'ini". J iiih'h;
Olun li.T. C;
Eiil'II-Ii. Jan. I1. ;
Home Mr ;
llcrdon. h. II.;
i nid, Ji-tr. Moltlmoie:
liver, Wm. A ;
ilrn.l-i. iIuiih h;
Cnl-TV, Fr-ini; ;
I lierry. II. Muhei
t'lii-l. Westlcy i''iiunv
Early, P. .1.;
llyli'. J111111 a;
-li'iikliiK, A. -I. :
ilaiulMiii, It. ,1,;
M-diiire. J no, A. ;
)'( 'ouii-'r. Tlioa. ;
Penree. ,1. E.j
Stephen'. -)oieili :
Winker. J . II.
Please ;iy inlverti-tud when called for llioxe
lett'-r. (JEO. W. MoKEAIO.
NOTICE TO SALOON KEEPERS AN I
You are hereby notified not to give, sell
or 111 any manner furnish liquor of any kind
to my husband, J. J. Fuller. Any one dis .
regarding this notice will be prosecuted to
the full extent of tho law governing in these
cases. Jennie Fui.lkii.
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brurnl, at fiO
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
STOVES 1 STOVES!!'
Beautiful Base Burners, tho Argand and
Garland; for beauty aud excellence they aro
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
wood heating and cook stoves, tho largest
t'Hdi overwrought to this market at
C. W. Hf.noeiison's,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
The regular exumindions will be held oii
the first Saturday of each month in tho
County Treasurer's office at the court house,
and on Friday and Saturday, the 3d and
4th of October, nu examination will be held
ot the high school building for the' itccom
tnodatibn of our city teachers, commencing
promptly nt 0 o'chx'k a. in.
Mit. P. L. Tayloii,
County Superintendent Alexander County.
Cairo, Sept. 2ud, 1S7K.
The fashionable boot an-l shoe maker,
takes plea.sv.ro in announcing to hjs old pa
trons ar.d to the public generally, that lie
can still be found at his shop in the Athe
neum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the lab st
style from the boM material r.nl e-f the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of Ids work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL BIGNESS NOTICES.
You mis, it if i,Uy clothing and
fiirnishing goo.ls. anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite ci 'tiii. r. 01 Ohio Levee.
Oi:o. O'Haiu La- jt;,i received a new
invoice of ForbtV Pa. is. No. I is a sine
cure for fever, jaundice.-chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney di-er.scs of h!1 kinds. IVioe
only ono dollar.
It wii! pay yi: to ateait t!.e opening of
an entire new stock, consisting t men's,
boys' ami children's clothing, furnishing
r.'00'.ls and the J. B. Stitsi-n hats. etc. A.
Marx, the succes-fid y!thhr. 0! Ohio
- Anti Bki.h m Pi;:u.s -At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhoiise. Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will tind a len, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, c lea:: tuwels, keen raz- -rs,
accommodating, skilled workmen, an 1 sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shttving. 10
cuits; Hair-cut. 2? cents: Shampooing,
25 cents, (iiv-.- him a call.
A. M.w.x, ia New York, purchased
the finest stock of men's, boys' and
children's clothing, ever brought to Cairo.
Matk that. 7
Notice. to all whom it siav conceit:
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any 0110
connected with the B.dletin, unless the
same is made on a written order signed by
myself, and the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, and no contracts
for advertising or job work are valid unhs
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. Burnett.
LL AUVEIITISKVENTS In this coliimt,. of
iV five i!ne raeu or I- M ill lie lmljlislnil 1,-r-',
(-:.i every lii- rt!ou; 1 uh-hiIi, !..'': 'i nn-iittm wit!
out chaiij". $l.m iii.mmIi. Each a-Mltiuie.l
i:uni:oua w anted tre--.
A l:ir" .olid walnut v url.roliv. Prife 10 (O.
Eii'i'iir- iif Vr-i Hioni.t. No. a.'T-'iitli i-tre- ti
HOUSE Foil SALE.
Cut tune li'.s::1'. K'Hiiiil tOnlnTs i-isi li .im..
W-'Ul the lot vacated. En-mire, at Tint IIi-m.ktii
A dv.vlllnc. five rooms itinl kitchen. Twvi, til th
stre-t. near eoart house. Eii'i-Ure at II. Mks,is
Fl HNI'SllEliL'iii'.MS Full PENT.
Two fi:iulheJ rooms l r n ut. with or hHIio::!
hoai-l. Aie-lv 111 ilr.. I'ltArald. c--r:ier ol'
l'v, drill ami Pojihr.
FoK Sii.K-Soarntelv or t'-'cth.-r. a s.-t of -.Ini.l..
I'.ariiess. a new, liuuiry eia-nlou and a l-ncy !ii.
Ai-ly at UaKcliu biiuli r . Juk E lit unr.
ItSAHWARTErfs FoK F I V K A It C 1 1 E .'' Y ; O l) L S
ItiovH. Arrows. 'I'nrL'i'is. SiMiulina (iliivi-. ,
C. W. II EN DEVON'S, e oiiMiiercial aeL e r.-r-
Hue Hteel pt)irravlu!;a. for 8 -'ale,
Itouirht of the nnlilishe' for less thou $13.00 each.
Will he Hold aliktly for iMi.tst eeh, orlhe four lor
$'.a 00, Enquire at Tin: Ia metis bindery.
Owskiw and purchaser of Real Estate In Cairn
should he Hiire they Imve 11 (rood title. I am now
pr-'i-iircd to liiriiisuulisiiactF at renHoualitc rate.
Oillqe In Court Uoii'c.
FOR SALE PROPERTY.
A No. 1 liar room and elielvluu lor olllce furnl
lure) lc fur Hal-- cheap. Also many other har-room
Uxturea. hiiotllie 01 e Uar ea tc hoenniever.- corner
Tenth atreet and WaBhlmrtou avenue.
Delmnnir.a Uotel, Ciilro', Illlnoiii. Llheral terms
to u good lenant. Apply to
l.ltlili.Si .1 lilU.111',
Att'jH. Ciilro. Ills.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
A!ho Manufacturer of aud Denier In
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
ttTAl.U KINU3 OF JOB WOitlt BONI T- onDKnffJ
NO. 27, F.IOimi STREET,
'AIKO, : : 1L.L.1XOIH.