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CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY . MORNING, OCTOBER 2. 1879.
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Eighth and Ninth Streou
JJR. W. C. JOCELYlf,
OFFICE-Eighta Strcot, neat Commercial Avenue,
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Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widows' and Oorphan' Mu
tual Aid Society.
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OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avonne.
PpR KETROrDLIS AAD PADUCAH.
The Elegant SldcwhoT, Passenear Steamer
NEWMAN...:........... ....... Master.
A.J. BIRD j....Clerk.
Leavel Cairo every afternoou at 8 o'clock, for
railucan. Metropolis aud way lauding", b or
freight orpassano apply to SOL. A. blLNEK,
QAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE isiila STATES.
On and after Moudoy, June 1(1, the noat will make
the following trips: .
LEAVES I.BAVES LIlVE
Foot Fourth t. Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m.
M a. in.
11 a. m.
1 p. m.
9 a. m.
3 p. m.
7:30 a. ra.
9:30 a. mi
8 a. m.
: 3 p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
gT. LOUIS FAIR.
S3 :25 ROUND TllIP!
EXCURSION RATES !
Ou and after Friday, October id, the
Will take pason?er from Cairo to aUond the
treat 8u Louli Fair, at one faro for round trip,
Ticket good until October 11th. The
CITY OF GREENVILLE
Will leave C'alroon Sunday evoniug and arrive in
tit. Loui 111 time to enable her passenger to wil
lies the grand pageaut of flut Vailed Prophots.
J. T. WARREN & CO.
Foreign Mid Domestic dried and canned Fruits and
Vegetable. Canned, dried and nail Kink. Pick-
Jos, Sauces, Oil ud Condiment. Soup
tnff, Baking 1'owdcra, ground and
whole 6jlee. Toilet and Laundry
Soap. Seed, Jelllei, Preserve
Fancy GrucorU and On
itock unparalleled in the West.
SEXD FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL."
REMOVAL! ' j"
ON THE FIFTEENTH DAY OFOCTODEIt NEXT
EDWARD A. BDDER
WUlreraovo to hla commodiom aud hamlfomo
new (tore, on
NEXT DOOR TO BcnuU'8 NEW DRUG STOItK
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II will open with the nam tork of Jim ntrv
8llvwar. etc., In theitate.anA hnvTn. more rwin
thaa In bin pnent onartera, he will kvnu on hand
, liKe atuck of tuo dlflereut sradta ul
Mid other Miiiiral Inatrnmenta and mprrhandloa
lie will alwavt bave in the Horn a oaoaliln null n..
ttihle tnur and leaetu-r. and will ratvr n.m.uiu.
o the mnalcal publle. Thow t ontemplatltig pur
cba.lii. planoe or orgaua, would do well to Walt
Ha i-fjJiii uir.Kxn. nil. a. IH Ubn,
; ... , .K,Kl'i rtruet and WarloRUm Avo.
f."7r ,sp, -as
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ESTKHKU AT TUB l'OBT OFFICE IN CAIKO, IL
LINOIS, AS BECOND-CLAS8 MATTER. ?.
OFFICIAL PATER Off ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morninff Daily in Southern Illinois.
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Minimum Tumimriitiiru. 7'io ! Minimum Tem
perature, 47' ; Rainfall, 0.00 Inch.
Berg't Slgnul Corp, U. 8. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Miss Nellie Lemon is in the city, visit
ing her sitcr, Mrs. Burnett.
The Woman's Christian Tempcrnnco
Union will convene in the Reform hall this
Win. Q. McGec has been in the city
several days. Ho declines to talk about
any thing but agricultural topics.
William Farrell has, after a nine
years' ftlifirmprt... fMnmail- liv.Uy ncrnlll.
The greater portion of his time ho spent in
Daniel Mclveigli pot drunk a soggy,
undemoustrativo sort of a drunk and fined
therefor the sum of ono dollar, by Squire
There will be a grand old tiino of it at
Hodges' park to-day. The fatted calf 1ms
been slaughtered, several bears caught in
the nei"hboriug woods will be roasted
The Alexander County bank will put
on stylo when it takes possession of the
opposite corner. It is an admirable build
ing for the purpose, and could not have
been more eligibly situated. '
A white woman named Mary Carroll
got drunk and made an indecent exposure
of her person yesterday, for which double
transgression she was fined ten dollars and
costs. She was calaboosed.
Parties desiring to stay over in St,
Louis and see the Veiled Prophets, can do
so by presenting their ticket at the St. Louis
office, and paying $3.00 extra. Tickets tor
sale at Coleman's book-store.
Don't forget to remember where the
Faultless 5 cent cigar is kept the very best
smoke in the market at the price. Every
body that tries it, tries . it again; in fact,
they all do it. Sold by F. Korsmeyer.
Miss Olivia Bowers, one of the
colored ladv teachers, returned to
Beech Rldgo yesterday, whore she will en
ter upon the duties of teacher of the school
near that place.
Have you seen Marx's new goods? His
new Stetson hats, or his new stylish
cheviott suits, or his full line of gents fur
nishing goods? If not, j-ou have missed
something, and there is where you want to
Read the Anchor Line "ad." this morn-t
ing. They oiler excursion rates by the
splendid steamer City of Greenville. Only
$;.2."i for round trip, exclusive of meals,
giving parties at least two days in St.
Louis. The boat oughfto be crowded.
Louis Crammer, a rather weak minded
colored citizen, became very boisterous and
abusive night before last, and on his way
to the calaboose became so violent that of
ficer Duncker felt constrained to battle him
im the head with a billy, lie was tried be
fore Squire Robinson, yesterday, lined $20
and given a stay.
As an indication of a bettered busi
ness, we may remark that the Illinois Cen
tral railroad company has increased the pay
of its Chicago switchmen, ami the car re
pairers and bolsters in Cairo, the'very hand
some sum of five dollars per month. Ruth
pursuits are laborious and dangerous, and
ought to be remunerative.
The best opportunity you will bave to
visit St. Louis and the exposition, or to
make an excursion trip to St. Louis, is that
offered by the Narrow-gauge next Sunday.
Ample room will bo provided for all, aud
as the train makes but one Btop, that at
Murpliysboro, there will be no delays on
tlin road. Fare for the round trip only
VoUii!r Charles F. After feels siirimlh'
outraged by tho statement made in the
opening speech in tho Ilogau trial, and
repented in the alleged confession 'of Mrs.
llogan. Young Arter desired the oppor
tunity to prove its utter falsity, but as tho
only evidence otlVrd in support of it, was
ruled out as irrelevant to the matter in is
sue,' tho opportunity was not presented.
Now that the evidence is all in, we say
this at his instance.
"Tho Egyptian Sorcunders"s the name
of tho quartette of colored vocalists that were
outserenadingTuesday night, The members
nave excellent voices and betray good cult
ure. Their name's aro Shad. Hawkins,
James Hopson, Billy Franklin and Scott
Thompson. Theso parties will add Jim
AWdo to their number mid engage in
minstrelsy, as well for tho occasional
entertainment of the public ns for their
own pastime and amusement. There is
talent among tho boys, tjmt is subject to
It will pay you to await tho opuuLug of
an entire new stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
K'"is nnd tho J. 11. Stetson hats, etc. A.
Marx, tho successful clothier, 01 Ohio
OX TRIAL FOR MURDER.-
THE EVIDENCE FOB THE DEFENCE C0U-
MENCED AND CONCLUDED TUB TESTI
MONY IN REBUTTAL ALL IN THE STATU
WILL Ol'EN THE ARGUMENT THIS MORN
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On tho rc-ftsseuibling of tho court, yes
terday morning, tho examination of witnes
ses for tho defence was at onco resumed.
Wns called. Vaid ho had lived in Cairo 21
years. Had known Hogan since 1882.
"My acquaintance with him has been very
intimate. We have been on tho police to
gether and a great deal in each other's com
pany. I knew Hogan's wife aud recollect
tho shooting of Arter.' On tho evening of
tho same day delivered Hogaa a message
from his wifo who was at her sister's on
Ninth street. She wanted to see him to
tell him something important. This was
near 5 o'clock in tho afternoon. He first
said he wouldn't go, and then said he
would. I think ho started off it that di
rection. I went to tho island for my cow.
On my return betweeu 0 nnd 7 o'clock I
heard of tho shooting. For somo time be
fore that ho didn't appear to be the same
man. His appearance and actions were
rwunar. We il start on a walk, nnd he'd
Sllddiuily lon-o .mo U -)Ua,l iilmlir ilia
domestic trouble. I've seen him crying at
my house and elsewhere. lie said it was
about his wifo and little boy. He had a
wild look and his face was flushed. There
is no question about his looking different
from what he formerly did. I think he
was not of sound mind. He was depressed
in spirits, low-spirited. It was at the corner
of Seventh and Commercial where I de
livered the message to him. His wife was
at a house four blocks away.
Oil cross-examination Mr. Sheehan said
that his feelings were very deeply enlisted
in Hogan's behalf. He had done all he
could for him. Had known him 17 or 18
years; was a country of his and an intimate
friend. I have done all I could do in his
favor. In his conversations with me he
seemed to lip in low and depressed spirits.
His boy is an adopted child. Witness'
opinion about insanity wasn't' worth any
thing, but he thought Hogan insane.
The prisoner, testified: I know Shcohan
well. I recollect the message he communi
cated to me. I went to the house and saw
my wife. I was there about 1") minutes. I
had an interview with her; we talked about
our troubles. -Mrs. Baird was present, but
left the room. My wife came up behind
me and then threw herself down in front of
me, and said she wanted to tell me all.
She said those letters you got out ot the
post office last lall, that were not signed
were written by Arter. He got me to burn
cm up. Arter tola me aliout you being in
a buggy at the park with a woman. She
said he got her to go to the park 'ith him
and there he got the best of her. She'snM
that Arter came by the house aud talked to
her about mo being at the park with a
woman, and got her to go there. It was
'the 2nd or ,Drd time they went that they
had criminal intercourse. The girl, Worth
ington, told me that Arter was at the house,
tight, with a pistol. My wife told me that
Ike Wilson carried notes to
Arter for her and from Arter
to her. She said he was at tho house when
I was over the river. Arter didn't send me
there; but ho did send me other places,
while wo were on the police together. She
said, "you know tho two letters you received
about the counterfeit money; Arter wrote
them. She told me she bad burned the letters.
I went to the trains of both roads, watching
for the counterfeiters. But she didn't say
that Arter came to sec her that night.
Judge Allen, in cross-examining the w it
ness asked him if he didn't have a fight
while living at Unity on account of his
wife? Attorneys for defence objected that
the question touched a matter not drawn
out in chief, and was, therefore, in admissa
ble. The court sustained the objection,
and the witness left the stand.
1'AI I, CHAWLKY
Was called to tho stand, and a question be
ing raised as to the relevancy of an answer
ho was about to give to a question pro
pounded, he was for the time being, with
drawn by tho defence. Tho jury was sub
sequently taken from the room and Craw
ley was called upon to detail his evidence.
It was to the effect that, upon ono occasion
he saw Mr. Arter nnd Mrs. llogan in con
ference at tho residence of Charles F. Ar
tor, on Washington near Eleventh. The
court decided that tho testimony was ob
jectionable because tit its irrelevancy.
Being sworn, said, I have lived in Cairo 25
years. Have known Hogan about 17 years.
Saw him a number of times during the two
weeks precei I ing tho shooting of Arter.. I
observed thut ho was apparently, laboring
under a good deal of trouble. I noticed no
I facial twitchings simply saw that ho was
troubled about something. Very little con
versation passed between us, as I didn't care
to talk to him concerning the mattu. Ho
appeared to mo a changed man.
Testified; I livo in Kentucky. Have lived
there 10 or 12 years. Knew llogan about
25 years; knew Arter 30 years. HccoUcct
tho shooting. I had a conversation with
Arter and I told llogan what lie said. I
enmo over to sell a cow. Asked Hogan if
he wanted to buy it. Ho said "no, ho'd
split up, aud didn't need a cow." Told
Hogan the morning ho killed Arter on the
"corner of Sixth, that Arter, 0 or 7 months
before had asked mo to get him, llogan, to
go across the river hunting, that he didn't
want Hogan's wife to go hunting with him.
I met Arter again. I was coming up the
wharf from tho lorry. Ho said "Ornndr,'
you could work that thing all right for mo,
if you would." I told him I didn't waut
anything to do with it. I never hod any
conversation with llogan subsequent to tho
day Arter wr shot.
Sworo that he has known llogan 10 ypars.
Knew Arter also. I 6aw llogan 4 or 5
.times a day for 10 days previous to tho
met him one time
going down the levee, in a deep
study. Another timo I met him
I said "hello." Ho seemed not to know
me, and said "hello" in return. I made a
remark ubout his appearance.
On cross-examination Mr. Biggs said he
never thought anything about Hogan's ap
pearance and conduct until after tho shoot
ing took jilnce.
A colored man swore that during the past 0
mouths or a year he had carried three notes
from Arter to Mrs. Ilogau and carried notes
from Mrs. llogan to Arter, and told Hogan
about it. "Twice they paid me tor it, and
onco thev didn't."
1 .- w..4uil.utLluu liilj ttltntoa oaiU it
I was in the evening when he told Hogan.
Ho didn't recollect how long it was after
wards that llogan killed Arter. "My best
recollection is I can't say." I was indicted
in this court for selling something
that wasn't mine; but not for larceny. I
JENNY DIt.U KEN
Who serves at Mrs. Win. Martin's, testified :
I kuow Mr. Hogan. For a week before the
shooting ho boarded at Mrs. Martin's. He
ate very little. Ho took a cup of coffee
and bread and butter. He stayed but a
short time at the table. He came in and
went out the same as other gentlemen, lie
was thcie a week, lacking one day. I have
talked with some of his friends, as they
came in, as I did. with others. I remarked
his poor appetite.
On cross-examination the witness stated
that llogan took breakfast And dinner on
the day of the homicide, as usual. He
still gets his meals there, They being sent to
him in his ce".
And here the defence rested their case.
Court adjourned for dinner.
At 1 ::J0 o'clock couit convened again,
and tho State commenced the introduction
of their testimony in rebuttal. The first
witness introduced was
MILKS W. PARKEU
m'lo testified as follows: I knew Charley
Arter 33 years; have known the prisoner
dbout 19 or 20 years. I have been well
acquainted with him. He came into my
place, t turves, every elny. I was at my
place of business at the time I heard of the
killing of Arter. I saw Ilogau that after
nam between 1 and 2 o'clock, a tew hours
before the killing. He came in and pur
cnase.i a cigar. JlaU no conversation
except what is usual with customers. .1
noticed nothing out of the way in his np
pearanee or actions. Nothing unusual
about him excited mv attention. To mc
he appeared all right perfectly sane.
WILLIAM Q. MCGEE, ESQ.,
Vas examined. I livo in Cairo; have
Known jiogan a number oi years, i was
city attorney with him and had frequent
business relations with him. I was
in the city the day he killed Arter. I saw
aim mat nay saw nun every nay or
two. Had a business conversation with him
the day before the homicide at Parker's
book store, lie is rather a taciturn han
It is a habit of his to speak in passing and
then again to neglect to do so. This I would
say has been a uniform habit with him for a
number of years. I noticed nothing unusual
in him during the conversation tho day be
foro the killing. Ho appeared to me pre
cisely as ho always had. My opinion is
that he was as sane as at nr.y other time I
over saw him. The business about which
wo talked was in reterenre to a team he had
sold my mother.
On crossexamination" witness said he left
the city on the 21st, and didn't see Hogan
again until the dav before the shooting of
,r. c LA HUE
City Marshal, was called to the
stand. Ho sakt "Ilojau nnd
I were policemen together. Since
last May I have been Chief ot Police and
City Marshal, Was on the police with
him about five years. Hogan was Consta
ble, and I met him every day. Saw him
soon after he shot Arter, Hud met him
frequently during the previous 10 days or
(wo weeks. I didn't observe anything un
usual in his general appearance. I did not
then and I do not now think he was insane.
At this juncture Judge Allen propounded
a question touching an expression used by
tho prisoner when leaving the scene of the
homicide. The defence objected; the jury
was withdrawn, the question stated, and
the question of its admissability argued.
The court over-ruled the objection and the
jury was recalled.) The witness then stated
that while In the act of leaving the ground
whero the shooting had taken place or im
mediately after, ho asked llogan to surren
der his pistol. He declined to do sn, stat
ing that some of Arter's relatives or frieuds
might attack him and he wanted to be iu
a condition to defend himself. This was
his excuso for not surrendering the pistol.
j A. COMINGS, .1. r.
Took the stand: Have resided in Cairo 17
years. Hive been a J. P. for live years.
Have known llogan ever since I came to
Cairo, or nearly so. Saw him In my office
nenrly every day, ' Being a constablo ho
served apart of tho writs I issued. During
tho two weeks previous to tho killing I
fan't say that ho was iu my office as fre
quently as formerly. Mot him frequently,,
however, on tho streets, passing and re
passing. I can't say that I saw anything
poculiar or unusual about him. I cortalnly
didn't consider him insane.
On cross-examination tho witness said that
Hogan was in his office on tho lOthf July,
lie was also there on the, lflth. Ho returned
somo official papers each time. On ihe
19th ho returned papers in tho case of C. O.
Patier vs. Harkless. On the other occasion
papers in the case of Stone vs. Quigley.
Judging from what I s;iw of him on the
streets and in my office, I should say he was
as sane as usual.
Have lived in Cairo 15 or 10 years. Have
known llogan 10 or 12, years, perhaps
longer. I saw him at times onc e a day, at
other times two or three times, nnd then
again, not at all. I am ou friendly terms
with him. Tho day of the homicide I was
absent, attending a barbecue. Saw him a
dozen or more times during the ten days or
two weeks before the homicide. I saw liitu
when liecnmc into my place of business. I
did not notice anything unusual about him.
Ho appeared, from w hat I saw of him, as
sane as he ever did.
On cross-examination witness said from
the 15th to tile GOth of July lie was half the
time in town and half the time iu the coun
try. Hogan often came in fur cigars and to
go to the water closet. My
recollection is he came in as often as 5 or
0 times a day. I didn't keep dates; but I
know he frequented my place often.
f l'F.TKK S.UT,
Was called: Have known illcgan since
1SG3. We were olwuvs friendly and inti
mate. I saw him a number of time d5rV'
ing the week or 10 days previous to the
killing. He ued to come in aud collect
the water tariff. He collected for himself.
I paid him half dollar. I observed notliii:
at all, during the time, that would make
mc think him iuiane. I saw nothing uu
usual about him in any wav.
AI'OVSTVS LOTTO ,
Testified is follows: Have lived iu Cairo
since 1SC5. ifave known Ivgaa vt 10
years. Have seen him equent'.y-of late.
He'd come around to my place and say
"Howdy.." Snme days I saw him, and
some I didn't. I saw him the Saturday be
fore the homicide at Gazzolu's. He collec
ted 25 cents for water rates. I
saw him in Gates' saloon with Mahoiiev. a
minute or two before the shooting. I said
I'hello, John;" he said "howdy. Gus." There
was nothing unusual in his looks. He ap-
pear;- like he always LuJ. I spoke to him
while he was at G-ttes' counter. From the
15th to tlio yOtii of July I saw him 3 or 4
times to speak to him th.it I recollect of.
( HAnr.i: frank .
Was well acquainted with the prisoner.
Saw him once or twice a day, and just be
fore the shooting; and I always considered
him sane, from what I saw of him. Have
always been on friendly terms with him.
said he had known Hogan 12 or 14 years.
Saw him frequently all that time, and for a
long time two or three times a day. Dur
ing the 10 days or two weeks previous to
tiic killing saw him often. On the Saturday
before the killing he collected water rates
from me. From what I saw of him, I saw
nothing peculiar or unusual, lie appeared
much as ho always did. Had no conver
sation with him at the store, when he called
Testified that he and Hogan were the best
of friends. Saw him every day, Hogan was
policeman under witness. Few day before
shooting Alter, Ilogau told witness he had
some trouble. Could not say whether he
was sane or not.
II. F. LIVINiiSTON
All; nned t!i at he had lived in Cairo '6 or 4
years. Knew .llogan all the time. Saw
him often; couldn't say exactly how often.
Had busiucss with him. I saw him just
before and have seen him since the homi
cide. Saw him in front of Burger and
Bro's after dinner ou the evening of the
homicide, and saw him occasionally
during the ten or fifteen
days before that time. He called for pay
for sprinkling. I noticed nothiug unusual
in his conduct or conversation. His face
was red. when I siet him at Burger's; this
was, ns I belive, the only peculiarity. He
had been boarding at tho same house with
me. I saw him only a few moments.
Ou cross-examination witness said that
llogan doesn't talk much. When I saw
him nt Burger's I had an idea he had been
drinking. I didn't Know he was not a
drinking man. and I do not know but his
face is always red.
Testified: I have lived in Cairo about 24
years. I run a "second-hand butcher shop."
I have known Hogan for 15, 10 or IS years.
Saw him nearly every day. During the
past ten or fifteen days I saw him several
times. The night before the killing
I had a conversation with him. I didn't
notice when he moved off Twentieth street
down towu. From .what I saw of him I
thought hint as sauo as 'he ever was. I
couldn't see anything la him different from
lis former self.
HAItMON II. BLACK.
I can't say how long I have kuown Hogan.
I have hud official business with him I
met him frequently and nm well acquainted
with him. I saw him when lio was In cus
tody of Marshal La nuo. I only recollect
of meeting him directly when he cume up
after money I saw him subsequently,
during tho week of tho homicide. I ob
served nothing unusual about him. When
ho first called for the water rato thcro was
no money In the drawer, aud I asked him
to call again, and he did so.
When I ' last saw him I noticed no
chaugo la liim. Ia reference
sociability, I would say ho is quitp reticent,
as a usual thing ho was uot communica
On cross-examination the witness said that
the only conversations he had with accused
since the 15th of July was on the occasions
of his calls for his money.
Swore that io lives in Cairo and works ,in
Powers' livery stable. Been hero this last
time 2 years. Knew llogan 7 or 8 years.
Saw Hogan at 7 o'clock on the morning of
the day of tho homicide. He boarded his
horse at tho livery stable, and was in the
habit of getting his horse out for him at
that hour. Had no conversation with him
on the morning of the day of the shooting.
Ils looked and acted as he always, did. I
saw nothing unusual about him.
And hero the people rested their case.
Tiiis morning State's Attorney Mulkey
will open the argument for tlio people.
l will be followed by .the attorneys fir
the defence, three of whom we understand,
will make speeches. Tiien Judge Allen
will close, on the side of the prosecution.
A day and a half probably two days, will
be consumed in the argument.
SPECIAL f:tIXF.Ss XTIll.
You Mis it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Marx, the favorite clothier. 01 Ohio Levee.
Geo. O'Hala ha. just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pails. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney disease of all kinds. Price
onlv cne doll;.:.
Just received uu kept constantly on hand,
Fault's celebrated Diamond irat.d, at 50
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' lkni.sc.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
The fashionable bwt and shoe maker,
takes pleasure ia announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that ho
can still be found Ut his shop in the Athe
ncum building, where he is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from the best material and ( f the
finest workmanship. As he uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, all of his work will be
warranted as represented, or no sale.
JjHACIfKrW EX A M 1 X ATIOX.
The regular examinations will be held on
the first Saturday of each month iu the
County Treasurer's office at the court hou.-e,
and cn Friday and Satuday, the Cd and
4 tli of October, an examination will be held
p.t tho high school building for the accom
modation of our city teachers, commencing
promptly at 9 o'clock a. m.
County Superintendent Alexander County.
Cairo, Sept. 22-1, 1
NOTIi'F.TO SALOOX-KKEPES AND OTHERS.
You are hereby notified" uot to (give or
sell, or iu any manner furnish any kiud of
liquor to my husband James D. Scott. Any
person disregarding this notice will be pros
ecuted to the full extent of the law.
Cairo, Ills.. Sept. 2V79. Maiiy Scott.
Beautifu Base Burners, the Argaudjind
Garlana; for beauty and excellence they aro
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all kinds of coal or
wood heating and cook stoves, the largest
stock ever brought to this market at
t. C. W. IIendkiison's,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St. .
A LL ADVERTISEMENTS In thN milium, of
i V Cve linen p.irh or I, .!'! In. in,u.',,.,i ......
u-::t every liwrrlnt; 1 moi.tli. l..V;: nioi'itlm with-
a i-m,kv. (,t mcmn. r.acu addltlciia
lino. 5 ceU-. KttiiltlnlK uanleilfrw.
FOI: fcALK. , .
A lurco nolld wulur.t warlimlie. Price Sin 10
r.m;ulr..Mif Mr. Harnett. No. :w Tenth atreet
HOUSE Foil SALE.
Co!t:iee lfix'IJ, aound titnliem. oav in move
Waut the lot vacated. Einiulw ut T'u'a Bcu.etin
Adwel'.luc five rooian and kitchen. Twentieth
ftroet, near court houxe. Euqulro at 11. MuvEii'g
Foh Sale Soimnitely or together, a et of ulnglo
name, n uew, Imirsy cushion and a hiiwv whin.
Apply ut Hulli'tln liiudery. Jug R. lieimit.
HE ADO, CARTERS FOR FINE AIK'HEPYOOODH
Di'w. Arrow, TarveM, Shooting Olovet. etc., ut
C W. HENDERSON'S, Commercial jvut. t. cor
ner Twelfth struct
Fine tecl ennruvlnnK, forule, Cnnuot 10
lioiitflit of tho pulillKhem for lee than $10,00 each.
Will lie sold hiKly for $10.00 'each, ortlio four fur
g.Hi.i'. J. u 4 ii . ri- ni inn m i.i.etiw muoery.
Ownkik and PurrhnLr nf Real Estate In Cairn
should lie sure they have a good title. I nm now
prei'ared to furnish abstract at reasonable rate.
Otllee In Court House.
A No. 1 liar-room aud shelving (or ofllec furnl
ture) I fur sale client). Also many oilier hnr-ronin
thture. Enquire of Cbarle Schocuuieyer, corner
Tenth street and WashltiKtou avenue.
D'.'lmonlco Hotel, Cairo, IllluoU, Liberal term
to u good tcnaut. Apply to
Atfvs, Cairo. Ills.
i -m -Tf--m"rriirNj:
NEVER FAIL to
1 11 IJl r I lWlmako no per
LI 1 T 111 W I lAm.!! olllngoiir
.month selling our
nickel plated FAM
1LY HCALK. It
la endorsed uy Tlio
.........iithiihllii Tfa ....i . ......
ill.M.uu'" 'i nvv mill-, KUIIVUmeiH'U IWIU
cheapues Hells It nt sight to every housekeeper. By
lecurlng territory, which will be given free, you ho
come your own proprietor of a pleusunt aud profit
able business. Writ,, fr term and territory,
OHIO SCALE WORKS, ll! On A . rinrlnn.ll.