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II. MAREAN, M. D.,
HorueoiMtliic Physician and Surgeon.
otBca 140 Commercial vune. Residence corner
Koiirt-iuia St. and WIilnniou avenue, Cairo
jyn. E. W. WUITLOCK,
crmi-No. 1W Commercial Avcunc, between
Sleuth aid Ninth Htroeu
QR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFK'E-Elelitli Street, Bear Commercial Avcnne.
Notary PuWic and Conveyancer.
Or'FI E:-Vltu Ibe Widow1 nnd Oorjiliaus' Mu
tni Aid saxlctv.
J INEGAR & LANSDEN.
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Ti. Elegant SMewlieel Pawner Steamer
A.J. Dili I).
Leave. Cairo every Lfternnon at S o'clock, fur
lVlucaa. V.oHir,")ll ul y lamliti'-"- ,,,f
freight r ia.a.w ;ply to SUL. A. till A El?,
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
Uu ai.il after M outlay. JiiLe lip. ike tioiit will nmke
the foli'jwiuu Hps:
LtAVO LEAVED LEAVE
Foot Fourili t Mioari Laud'R. Kentucky Ld'jj.
: u. m. 7 net a. m. S a. m.
t. 8 f. M a. m. 1'J a. n.
11 a. ni. , !1:W a. in. li in.
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:0iip. m. .;:() p.m. r:30 p. in.
a. in. :an a. tn. 10 a. m.
3 p. m. p.m. 4 p. in.
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SHOP: Commit clnl Av. line neitv Tixtli Street.
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OUGGW. Second St.
Foreign ui,d Domeailc dried and canned Fruit and
Veuetunlei. Canned, dried and salt FIkIi. Pick
le. Knuce. Oils and Condiment. Kniiji
tuff, Baking Powder, ground and
whole- Spice. Toilet aud Laundry
Soap. Seed, Jellle. Prerrvc
Fancy (iroccrie and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.
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Variety Bracket "Store,
Cominfrelftl Avennr Corner Ninth Street.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKItKD AT TIIK POM! OKKICE "IK CAIRO, II.
MXOIM, AS BKCONI)-CLAP8 MATTEH.
OFFICIAL PAPEUOF ALEXANDER COUNTY",
Only Morning Dally in Southern Illinois.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Souio of the property of the Great
Eastern circus is arriving piocc-moal.
-W. W. Burr, Esq., of tlio Jackson
conntv bar, was in nttotulflnce on our
circuit court, yesterday.
-Cape Cod, crau licrrie's, Atmorcs' miiico
meat mid currant jelly, in bulk,
j Pettjs & Bum's.
The wife of Mr. John Lewis, one ot
the jurors ir. the lloau murder case, pre
sented her husband, Friday uiyht, a flue
Try our choice hams and breakfast ba
con. Pettis & Buiir
The C. & V? dumped seven car loads
of gravel, on Commercial yesterday, be
tween Fourteenth nnd Twentieth. It will
be used tor filling and ballasting.
A belter cmar thau manv of the ten
cent cigars, is the "Faultless" 3 cent cigar
best smoke on the market for the money.
Sold by F. Korsmeyer, Sixth street, near
We make a specialty of fine tea. A hand
some present with every pound. Try it.
Pettis & Bn:i.
Among the names recently added to the
Reform club pledge of total abstinence are
those of .Tames Moore, lleiiiamin McGee,
Janies Y. L-ickler, M. D. McGee. YVesley
Lane, A. J. Griggs and T. J. Roberts.
A freight train consisting of twenty-
three car loads ot cattle and seven of mer
chandise, went out by the Illinois Central,
at 4:30, yesterday evening. The Central
is much given of late to that sort of thiim.
Silver Gloss Starch, five cents per
pound, at Pkttis & I5;i:is.
In attempting to publish the County
Commissioners' proceedings entire, we "bit
off more thou we could chew," as the boys
have it; and crowded out matter of much
interest prepared by our clever contribu
tors for this particular issue.
Our Northern butter still comes in
twice per week, and pleases every one that
trysit. Pkttis & Bi ni.
The archers were abroad yesterday
evening. Experimenting at a hundred
yards, several very respectable shots were
made. There is not that, interest mani
fested in this sensible, healthful and really
entertaining pastime that there should be.
A large stock of sugar and coffee will
lie solil nt old trices before the advance.
Pkttis & Buto.
The county clerk has issued notices for
the November election. A surveyor, county
treasurer and county commissioner to suc
ceed Mr. Mart Brown, are to be elected.
They are not very fat offices; but there will,
nevertheless, be a scramble for the posses-1
sion of them. I
It may be 'well enough for
citizens to reserve their opinion in
the IIogan-Arter case until all
the facts involved are uncovered. As
yet no testimony, pro or con, has been
drawn out upon which to base conclusions.
Wait, then judge impartially.
An individual who retails whisky un
der the sanction of the law, couldn't resist
the pleadings ot a friend, last Sunday, und
let him have a sufficiency of the spiritous
to brace up the nervous system, and that
act of good-will cost the individual 18.15.
So much tor listening to the pleudings of
the chaps who have "the horrid sinking."
-A letter s though n trifling little
lower-case, souictimen plnys havoc with
one's meaning. We intended to say yester
day, nnd so wrote it, that Mrs. II. 's.
Spaulding had returned home, By drop
ping the s the compositor made us convey
to the public the refreshing intelligence
that Mr. Spauldlng'was at home.
Bailey S. Ilarrell, Esq., has been elected
to the ollie.e of President of the Miami
and Whitewater Valley Old Settlers'
Association, ol Ohio-ronu of the largest
.organizations of thekind in tin; wc-t. A
recent address delivered by J Ion, Sum
Cury, and printed pamphlet form, is ex
Two hundred and fourteen passengers
came in, yesterday, on the Ciirini and Cairo
accommodation train, and ut once dis
tributed themselves over the city most of
them finding their way to. our Hores and
business places. That accommodation
train is becoming n big thing. What say
the (.'. St. L., I. M.A; S. and the Mississippi
Central to giving. us "big things'' 3 and Ht
Col.R. R. Towns, one of the attorneys
in the case of the People vs. Robinson, who
is indicted for murder, wiis in the city,
yesterday. He came down under the ex
pectation of being able to fix upon a day
lontlio argument ot n motion to ndmit the
accused to ball. Pue.h a motion will be
submitted, the latter part of the present
-It was suggested shortly after Dr.
Waldo's death, that the respect and grati
tude or our Cairo peoplo should maniCest
themselves in an effort to mark the good
man's resting place with a Biiitablo monu
ment. But now all his moral heroism nnd
self-Baerificing responses to what ho con
cievedtobe the calls of humanity, arc quite
forgotten; and Dr. Waldo sleeps on, hU
CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER S8. 1S79.
grave unmarked, and his noble deeds are
no longer thu theme of cither tongue or
Squiro Comings is determined to main
tain the dignity of his court if it costs him
tho good will of all creation. "Johnny"
says that tho squiro and the city attorney
altercated wrnthftilly, yesterday tho at
torney pererorating his remarks with the
ireful declaration that he'd brinxr no more
suits in the Comings' court. The squire,
not by tho matter but the innnner of the
speech, was stirred to. resentment, nnd
chalked down to the attorney a fine of ft
lor contempt. Tho attorney, spiteful to the
last, said that ns five dollars didn't cover
his contempt, he wouldn't pay it.
The sales at the Central Stock Yards
yesterday, comprised the following:
James Carpenter to YVt. Pr.
John Glade, 1 steer. : DUO $2,50
M. Reaves to
J. Walter, 1 cow 785 5.33
same 1 cow fto 3.30
same 1 heifer 333 2.23
N. Watson to
B. Walter, 8 hogs 3.75
B. Thomas to
J. Walter, 3 bulls. 2.00
same 3 steers 1.73
S. S. Albright to
F. Kline, 3 cows ic:;5 3.50
same 3 mixed.' 3-180 3.33
same 8 sheep 3.73
On Sunday the 5th of October, the
Cairo and St. Louis railroad company will
run tin excursion, train from Cairo to St.
Louis that is designed for the accommoda
tion of the citizens of Cairo. A car will be
added ut Murphysboro, and no other stop
will be made. Parties desiring to lie over
ill the city and witness the great spectacu
lar parade of the Veiled Prophets, or visit"
the exposition, can do so at but iittie addi
tional expense. By presenting their excur
sion ticket at 520, Walnut street, any time
prior to Saturday, the 11th instant, they
can obtain return tickets at $;, or half fare.
As before, round trip tickets will cost only
2, and excursionists will be assured against
unwelcome obtrusions or unpleasant occur
rences. OX TRIAL FOR Ml'RDEI
THE 1'A.NKI, Fll.l. A .fCISOR KXrClUiAT Kl)
TIIK orKXIXt! M'KKCHKS MADE TIIK 1)K
FKXC'K AI.I.IaU: TIIK SLIUCTION AM) l)K
IIAUIIKIIV OK ACCTsF.D's WIFE AND
Court convened at 0 o'clock pursuant to
adjournment, with twenty-lour of th thirty
talesmen ordered, present, together with
about two hundred spectators.
The State announced t'.iat the party
whose affidavit touching the competency of
the juror, . John Hardin, had been tiled last
evening, was in com t, ready to undergo un
elimination. Thereupon Phiiip Wicker,
son of I). Q. Wicker, deceased, and step
son of ex-Mayor Wilson, was called to the
stand. The testimony drawn out of hiui
was, substantially, the following: lie had
known the juror, John Hardin, about six
years; but didn't know him wln n he (Har
din) lived in Cairo; heard him talking,
about two weeks after llogan killed Arter,
at his grandmother's nt Sandy Ridge. It
was at the. dinner fable at which several
persons were seated. He said that Hogan
did right in killing Arter, and that he
would have done the same thing. Witness
tfidn't know who started the conversation,
and didn't recollect what other matters
were talked about. Being asked to name
the persons with whom he had talked
respecting Hardin's expression, he
replied that he couldn't recollect
whom he talked to first about it. He told
it to old Mr. Sargent; but this was after
Hardin was selected as a juror. Have been
in company of a good many persons since.
I talked to Frank Fry; think I mentioned
it to him. .Saw Trabcr Arter yesterday
evening, nnd talked to him two or three
minutes; but all he said about it was tor
me to come up to the court house in the
morning. I was not subpoenaed until this
morning. (The object of the defence be.
ing to determine if Philip had been tam
pered with by parties connected with the
prosecution, he was cross examined quite
narrowly as tohis whereabouts during the
previous evening). He went home about
half-past 4 and stayed until about half-past
,. Went out in town, visited Reform liali;
Fourteenth nud Seventh streets, went buck
to Reform hall and got a drink, nnd then
went to bed about 9 o'clock. Tho witness
then being brought over the old ground
again, said George and Edmund Hodges
were present ut the table and taking part In
tho conversation. Being asked to state
what he said in reply to Hardin's remark,
the court said that what the witness might
have said concerning Ilogah'sgniltor inno
cence, hud nothing whatever to do wIi
Hardin's competency as a juror and the
question was not pressed. Here
the ' examination closed and
the witness left the stand
Tho court usked counsel If they had any
remarks to submit : Judge Allen : "None,
your honor." Jftdgo Green, didn't know
that he could present any views that would'
not readily occur to tho court.
Tho court then remarked that it felt well
assured that tho witness had told the truth.
He would grant tho State tho peremptory
challengo ns to liardin, nnd accord two nd
ditional peremptory challenges to the de
fence. Mr. Hardin' was then . brought into the
Jury box and informed that the State 1m l
presented evidence to the court that satisfied
it that he, Mr. Hardin, was not competent
to sit us a juryman, and that, therefore, he
would be excused.
Tho examination of the talesmen in
court resulted In' tho selection of onojury.
man, John I). Morgan. But for tho estab
lished Incompetency, and discharge of liar
din, Morgan would havo filled tho panel;
but as ho merely filled Hardin's vacancy,
the number was left ns it was Thursday, at
When the court couveued after dinner tho
work of questioning talesmen was
nt once resumed; and James Boon,
of Cairo, the 21st matt examined,
was tendered by the prosecution
and accepted by the defence and thus was
the panel completed, after four and a half
days' tedious labor, and the examination of
not less than two hundred talesmen.
Judge Allen now presented the people's
case. After reading and commenting upon
tho law defining murder, justifiable and ex
cusable homicide, malice, passion without
provocation, etc., ho proceeded to a nar
ration of the facts the State expected to es
tablish. On the-evening of the 30th day of
July last, Mr. Chas. I). Arter, an old citi
zen of the place a man who had filled
positions of honor and trust, conferred upon
him by the people among whom
lie lived a man whose heart responded to
every appeal that was made 111 the name
of charity a man of family, with sons
and daughters, married nnd unmarried
on the ,'IOth day of July last, this man was
sitting in the recessed door of a saloon on
Commercial avenue, in this city, between
Sixth and Seventh streets. He was, al
ternately, reading a newspaper and watch
ing the progress of work on the sidewalk
directly at his fet. He anticipated danger
from no quarter was dreaming of harm
from no one. John Hogan, tho defendant,
with a friend, passed into the saloon, by
the same door, meeting Arter face to face
in doing so. The defendant and his frit r.d
passed to the counter and took cigars, where
upon the friend returned t the street.
Hogan left the counter, walked back to
the rear of the saloon, halted a moment,
then turned upon his heel, :r:id with
stealthy step- stole upon his intended vic
tim, wh". with face to the street, was
as unconscious of the assassin's approach
as he could have been had he been in a
deep slumber for hours. Determined to
give his victim m chance for his li;V no
warning or notice, this defendant approach
ed to the edge of the screen across the dor.
where he stopped, extended his revolver
until it almost touched his victim's back,
then lired, sending the deadly missile,,
through Arter's body. Move.', by the in
stinct of self-preservation, the woun led man
plunged from his s-at, gained the neighbor
ing door, where, after titt-ring a few ineo
herent words he fell down and died. This
ia the essence and Ijmly of tlw case. Charley
Arter died at .John Hogan 's hands; and
now we ask him, why the blood of this
friend and brother is o:i his hands? He
must justify the act. or suff.r its penalty.
John Hogan is not a coward; but. para
doxical as it may seem, of a more cow
ardly net, no man was ever guilty. It was,
in all its enormity, its length and breadth,
nothing less thau an assassination. He did
not shoot him down. when. :n passing int
the saloon he met him. face to lace. He did
not then say to him, you have so wronged
me that only blood can atone for the wrong.
Nothing of the kiinl; but passing him by,
he afterwards stole upon his back, with the
soft sep of a tiger bent upon the destruc
tion ol it prey, he approached un-een, and
without a word, without the notice or warn
ing of a second. cfl the. soul of his victim
to its maker.
And now addressing hinis,.lf directly in
the jury the Judge hoped tlut if ay hias
or prejudice had crept into t;ie:r uimW t'taf .
they would divest themselves of it. and lift
themselves to that high plane of c nc;.'ti
tious citizenship that wotiM ennMe tip:: :
do justice to the p.-.p'.-. j;;
tice to the defendant, and to render s',-c,
verdict as the law nnd the i-vi i.-mv wou'. l'
demand and their own conscience-, nppn.'v.
Judge Allen's speech covered. ubout forty
minutes' time, A portrayal of its force
and effectiveness is beyond our rcp"rur:al
capacity. We shall labor t;nd..r the same
difficulty in attempting to deal with Mr.
Lansden's speech that followed. Our pur
pose will be well accomplished, indeed, if
we shall convey to the reader n:i intelligi
ble idea of its leading facts and features.
Mr. Lansdeii spoke with unusual warmth
and animation, commanding the c'o-e at
tention of the audience and jury for over
an hour. Hogan had killed Art-.r. he said :
nl.rillf tlin C.w.f 1 I... .... .... i
u.yui mak ui'.-iu euiuu oe coir.io-
versy. But he had not murdered him. Mr.
Ilogan'was an old citizen, a law abiding
man. He was bom jn Ireland, but came
to this country in Ids boyhood, and settled in
Pulaski county. He had lived in Cairo since
1901 most of the time an officer of the
law, and all the time a good and law abid
ing citizen. Was it possible that from this
position ot respectability John Hogan,
within a day or an hour, had plungod
down to the debased level of the murderer?
Had he, as the State had alleged, killed his
friend and brother in a passion that was
begotten without provocation? The evi
dence would show that Arter was not a
friend and brother and that Hogan acted
under a whole whirlwind of provocation,
Tho speaker then proceeded to detail how
Arter had been Introduced into Hogan'
home; how, being Instigated l.y tho devil
of lust, ho set about the wife's ruin. Being
the chief of police he had removed Hogan
to distant part of tho city, that he might
tho moro securely pursuo his work of un
dermining the citadel ot the woman's
virtue. lie tells Mrs. Hogan that her hus
band Is untrue to his marriage .vow, nnd
that ho will convince her of it, if she will
accompany him. Trusting In tho integrity
of her husband's friend, she accompanies
him. They make their way tovfard the
"Park house," he inciting her the while to
jealousy And revenge. He finally tells her
that since Hogan had proved false she vas
without f pint if she didn't balance tho
score. She yielded to bis persuasions, and
now, having taken the fearful plunge, there
was 110 recovery for her. Deceased's visits
tq Hogan's house were repented. .Having
debauuehed and ruined her, she was his
prey,, nnd accompanied hiui even to his mar
ried son's home for purposes of assignation
a fact that will come up ia
the evidence that will he placed
before you. Defendant never suspected
his wife's fidelity until a few days before ho
slew Arter. Remarks that fell lrom her
lips aroused his suspicions that his pretend
ed friend was playing him false. On the
34th of July he filed his bill for divorce;
but in the hope of information that would
allay his suspicions he extended inquiries.
Fearing the worst yet hoping for the b. st
alternating between hope and fear, he was,
about 4 o'clock on the evening of July
."Oth, notified that his wife desired to see
him ut the home of her sister. Reaching
the house the woman threw herself upon
lui knees nud confessed the whole horrible
maddening story. He left the house
frenzied, crazed, overwhelmed by what he
had heard. Before himjie saw a debauched
and ruined wife, a ruined home, and tor
himc.: a blasted life. I5 it any wonder
that witn such a hell raging 111 his heart, he
should, on meeting the author of his woes,
shoot him dead; Say nil this U passion
without provocation! Better mock the
poor man's woi-s. and laugh nt his misery.
The speaker tin n in lieat.'il that the de
fence would also rely dii the plea of insan
itythat Hogan. with the blacknes, of
darkne in lien; t. acted under the spur of
an uncontrollable impulse, and that,
therefore, wa not tesio::i!)!e for who he
did. It was not necessary tu show that he
was insane before, or after the acli ,ut ,
the tirue of the killing. If this can be shown
said tiie speaker, there was no murde r com
mitted, nnd Hogan must go acquit.
At diiVereiit st.i--. of his remarks Mr.
Lausdeii read the law defining justifiable
and excusable nimicido. insanity, etc., and
made.wlr.it was conceded to be a verv
strong and effective sp, veh. We have
aimed at nothing more tli.in a un. re oi'tline.
nud have .succeeded in :!ia: aim only indif
ferently. At about half-past 4 c'cU'k the court
charged t ie jury against holding ccmi.iu-
;:iyb,)dyt,,ucl:ing the case in
the bailiffs in charge to per
mit no one. to approach or communicate
with the jurymen tt:vier a:;y priji-xt or in
any manner. a;so ro av.u.l crowd, in going
to and from th" court, -.uvl to report, witl;
the jury, at 9 o'clock, Monday morning
Court wa, then a i'curncd until that time,
Always keep them on I. rid, as delay in-crea-es
suffering; and if you feel sickness
coming upon, you. take a d"sc of Dr. Bull's
Baltimore J'ills. They can do you no harm,
imd may save you i"r-.m the sick room.
Price only 33 cent-.
, BALTI MOKE. OYSTKKS
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust'-, celebrated Diamond Brand, at 50
Ohio 'Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
Beautiful Base Burners, the Arg.ind add
Garland; for beauty mid excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak 1 "ok stove, and ail kinds of coal or
w-d heating and cook stoves, the largest
steel; ( v, r brought to this market nt
C. W. IIlAIiMlisON's, '
Cen.i i, reial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
T M AC II F.RS' F.X A M I NATIONS.
The regular examinations will be held on
tin1 first Saturday of each month in the
County Treasurer's otllce nt the court house,
and 011 Friday and Saturday, the 3d and
4th of October, an examination will be held
at the high school building for the .accom
modation of our city teachers, commencing
promptly at !) o clock n. .in.
County Superintendent Alexander County
Cairo. Sept. 23d, 1871).
The fashionable boot and shoe maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons nud to the public generally, that he
can still be found ut his shop in the Athe
ileum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material nnd of the
finest workmanship, As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
SPECIAL lil'SINKSS NOTICES.
Vot: mis, it if ju buy clothing nnd
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Matx, the favorite clothier, 01 Ohio Levee.
Geo. O'Haiu has just received rt new
invoice of Forbes' Pad. No. 1 is n sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 3
cures kidney diseases of nil kinds. Price
only one dollar. '
A. Maux, in New York, purchased
the finest stock of men's, boys' nnd
children's clothing, ever brought 'to Cairo.
It will pay you to await the oi)enlnr nf
nn entire new stock, consisting of men's,
boy' und children's clothing, 1'urnUhing
goods and tho J. B. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, the succcsstul clothier. CI Ohio
Anti-Eei.lcm Pkices At tho barber
shop of J.Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory wotk.' JPnces: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, W cents; Shampooing,
25 cents. (Jivi him a call.
Notice. to all w hom it may cosxehn :
The Cairo Bulletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the Bulletin, unless tho
same is made ou n written order signed by
myself, niyl the order must be attached to
the bill when presented, nnd no contracts
for advertising or job work nre valid unless
the same are endorsed by myself.
E. A. HlT.NF.TT.
A 1.1. AUVKUTISBMKXTs la 11,1. rotnmti. f
i lire lltiuK cm-li or leu- Mill l.c t)il.i,eit ler ;-
ceni fUTv liiM,rtii,.; 1 month. l.Ni:a numiu witii.
i:t jlmujii. S 1. im per 11. , nt),. Kuril naditl.ul
line, r ceiil.. v.tiiatmii, anicil f;v,:
. , FOll SALE.
A liiir oliil Milium w iir'irol.e. prlrr ") rfl
l-miulieof M t'H . Iliiinctt, No. :- 'lYiith ireet ' '
Co taw 1:. nound tlDi'M-r. n-r M mote
W amine lot :(cU'a. Qtiiro at The Ucllich
. 1 , , . VDll KENT.
Ailtti'.llic fly,, room nn, I kin Ut'll . TuvtitV'h
xirc-et. ne-r eolirt .house. Kiniuiru at II Mn ra
1 in a i. s pun:
FUINlsMEIl ftoDMS KOlt IMJVr.
Two'fiirnllie(l iiioni-lor rent, ulth or v.lO-ct
if! o Al',''i!' 1l Mr- '"'riiM. corner .If
Foil Sai.r S. jiBrnlcly or together, a net of hi
.uirne,,. n new. I.U.. -V (,n.,uU a, i,,,,,.
A)'i'ly at hnlletlu Imnlerv. Jok F. tii ii;p.
A 111:111 witn ioit.iI yiMMeYperi.-aee u V.emn
"!l ll.ioli ke,-.er. U,lre. a stlllUtloll In I i:;e or
eHee. 1. vul.i'itf 'loan a jxtrlvr or waUuTiir .
A'ltln-.r Lew M,u. I. (1.
HKADiJl AliTKIts Kult UNK All) I1K."Y(;ooPm
ll.w. rr.. 'lar;i.., sl.oellnu l.iuvei. etc At
I . W . IIKNDKKSUV.V ( oniinerfial av.-i. v lor.
i.ei I MV1IU1 njrevt
Flue n.-el ei.L'ravliin. forsle. Cannot
.'.'VI i-'1'.' P'l,,l"'heri. Tor le. U.nu lS.iln nri..
Wll! Lffolil siuly for lu no ,.,h. oril.e foatf-r
o.e. Kuqulre at Tin. Ilci.i i:m bimterr.
Okvku. ami jtarrha.em of Ileal KtK ItMVro
should I,.- ur.- Hi, y hue a eood lille. 1 am to w
prejiSfvil lo liiri;ishal,-:r:;:ts at ri-ammalite rite
.M F.ASTEItHA Y
Mike in Court Hoi!,.-
Foil SALE - rilofKHTY.
A Nd. I liar rnoiii ami hihliii: (or office ran!
tnret i fur ! etieap. Ainu innnr other lur r,M
t.xMren Ktujiilrt- of Cuaric i'cliotmut.-vvr, conu-r
'IV ll tii lri i t a:Ll Wahlii,-t(u avenue. '
I. V),.tiio Hotel. Cairo. I'lltiuh.. .ilK r.il tern;
IJI 'i-il lel.at.t. AiJ'lv to
AtS'in. lairo. I'.'.n.
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A CITE Ult CHIiOMC I
MiiMifai'tiirt'il fli I v under tU aluve Trade Mart
EUROPEAN SALICYLIC MEDICINE CO
OF l'Al'Is AND I.EIl'ZKi. ,
Imiui ilhto relUf u arrant i-(l. Permanent rice
t'tiarani.ed. Now exclusively und hy nil celebra
ted 1'hyli lati of Europe anil Aiiieriia. lieComini; a
staple, nannies ami HcIihMc Hemcdv 011 hutii
continents. The holiest Medical Academv of
l'ari reaortu !0 enr- out of iikiraw within 'three
die. Secret The only ilUaolvrr of the poiauuoi:
I rto Acid which ,,.i. in the lliond of Itlieiitnafr
and (iomy Patient. $1 a Imx; ti lioxei. for $'
S 'tit to any Bildre.i. 01, reeelpL of price. 1 mlor., I
hy l'liynli'lntia. Sold In a'.l brlinejstie Aili!m
WASIIBL BN k CO.,
Only nipflrterV Depot 21 J Urnadwaj. N. Y.
FrtrSilet.y HAItCl.AY IlKOS.. und Drug
Jkk IllNiae, N. D. Tkisti rwcoii, J. II. Mnon
it II 00 1? E, .
Fanner's Tobacco Warehouse
No. l'J."i nnd li," Comnierclnl Avenue.
(JA1HO II. 1..
?T"Lllinriil Artvancetiieiit nimle on ("onalcti
nii'titH of Tuluiece. Flour, mid drain.
tfAtfi til for (iear, Seoit A Co. ttireliliit ma
Chine, iiortalde aw mill and tlirealiinff etiKtue.
Aitent fiirCliuniplon liiiivelliiL' tnaelilne. mowers
PKOPRIETOlt OF SPKOAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAU LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SlIirpINO.
Car Loadfl a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
v,. ., :