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THE DAILY CAIRO , BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING,, OCTOBER . 5. . 1879.
T II. MAREAN, M. D.,
llomcoimthlc Physician and Sarffoou
Orltee 11 Commercial avenue. Kcldnc eornot
Kourtevuth bt. aud Waatilugtoa aveuuu, Cnlro, i
jyi E. W. WIIITLOCK,
Umc-No. m Commorclal Avenue, between
Eitfhtn and Niutu Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avcnne.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE .- With the Widow' and Oorpliiin' Mu
tual Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 113 Commercial Avcnno.
POR METROPOLIS AND PADVCA1I.
Tae Eii'Kaiit Sidcwliei-1 t'asn-ticer Steamer
S2a" CHAMPION '.sassa
Leave CV.ro every afternoon at 3 o'clock, fur
l'udueah. Metropoli and way landing. t Kof
freiulit or pusKi.e apply to SOL. A. SILM.U,
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE Jsggia STATES.
Cm and after Mouday, Juuc Hi, the boat will make
the following trip:
LEAVEi LEAVES LEAVES
Foot Fourth t Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
7 ft. m.
tf iv. m.
11 a. m.
::W p. m.
3 p. ni.
?:: a. in.
11 :M. in.
W.m a. m.
8 a. m.
:l p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. m.
T. LOUIS FAIR.
""j ran-'ii,iii'-Tli"'inP'-iM n
83:!5 TiOUN" IJTIUP!
On and after Friday, October 3d, the
WT.l take paBaenger from Cairo to aMend tlio
jreat Si. Loula Fair, at one faro for round trip.
Ticket (rood until October 11th. The
CITY OF GREENVILLE
Will leave Cniroon Sunday evening and arrive in
fit. Loiiln time to enable her paiwenicer to wit
ne the grand pageant of the Veiled Prophet.
(VI &6(iW. Second St.
Foreign ind Domestic dried and endued Fruits and
Vejctable. Canned, dried and mil Finh. Pick
lc. Sauce, Oil and Condiment. Soup
ttirt, Baking Powder, ground and
whole Spice. Toilet and Laundry
Soap. Meed, Jellle, Preserve
Fancy Groceries Mid Gro-
Mtock nnparallolod in the West.
SESD FOR OUR "GKOCEItS' MANUEL."
ON TDE FIFTEENTII DAY OFOCTODER NEXT
EDWARD A. BUDER
Will remove to hi commodiou and handomo
now Riora, on t
' KEXT DOOR TO SCHCH'8 NEW DItl'U STOKE
lie will open with the flnusl stock of Jowelry
Silverware, etc., in thtui, and havln. mora room
than Id Ma weseiit nti.rtr. he will keep on baud
ur stock of the dinerem Rrade of
ndothor Mutlcal Inlmmeut and int-rchaudlc
lla will aIuhvi. hava In Ihn a1.,rfi a nnMia. 1
liable tuner and teacher, and will catur enpticlally
to tbo mtiRlral tmbllo, Tboae contemiilaiiiiii
chalntf pianos or organ, would do well to ait
na uirpvci di siock. Jf-n- a. m unn,
, Eighth street ftUO Wanhinuten Ave,
' falllshcd In lJl. .
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
EXTEllKD AT THE l'OBT OFFICE IN CAIUO, IL'
MNOIB, AS 8EC0ND-CI.ASB MATTEIl.
OFFICIAL l'APKIt OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Morniny Daily In Southern Illinois.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
The dust is becoming insufferable.
Copt. Grcigson wtis in tlie city, yostor
Jay. Tlio Old Prol). tlio best 5 cents cigar iu
the city. Try them. Tettis & Butn.
-JtulgoAlleu left the city by-the Illi
nois Central, yesterday evening
French olives nnd caires-cayotes, at
Pettis & Ruin's.
Cape Cod cranberries and Atmorc's
mince meat nnd jelly in bulk at
Petti8 tfc Bird's.
Stuart has the latest novelty in the
way of a show case. It's a beauty, and
Sir. Egbert Smith and sister start for
St. Louis, this morning, and will be absent
-15 pkgs. choice dairy butter. Strictly
choice. Pettis & Biup.
Quite a large number of citizens arc
looked for St. Louis, tin's morning, via the
Stuart has the finest line of gimps and
crimped fringes nnd silk trimmings of
various patterns ever exhibited in Cairo.
Don't forget we give a splendid pres
ent with each pound of tea.
The services iu Lutheran church, this
evening, will be conducted in English lan
guage, Rev. Jlr. Knappc otlleiating.
The fall styles of calicoes embrace bord
ered patterns of great beauty. If you wouM
inspect the largest variety, call at Stuart's
on Eighth street.
Cornelius Boyle, Jr., one of the Bii.i.e
tin compositors, will leave for Un
ion City to-day, with . a view ot putting
himselt under the treatment of Dr. Ed
wards, the far-famed occulist.
Marx yesterday did a "Land office bus
iness" iu ready made clothing. His store
was crowded all day. People are satisfied
with bis stock and prices, and show it by
going to him to mako their purchases,
Mr. D. L. Davis, oi" the Sun returned
to his postof duty, by the afternoon train
yesterday. Ilisad interim, Johnny Mar
roll, filled the position of editor, during
Ins absence very acceptably to everybody.
A white man, a tempoary sojourner in
the city, of course, 'was picked up on the
levee, yesterday, in a state of limber intoxi
cation, lie was escorted to the calaboose,
where lie was permited to sleep olT his in
ebriety. Stuart, the Eighth street dry goods man
comes to the front again with one of the
best selected stocks of full nnd winter
goods, nnd especially such as are adapted
for ladies' wear, ever brought to Southern
Call in at Stuart's nnd examine his
new brocaded, his cashmeres and dress
goods of styles never before introduced
into this market. Their beauty of pattern
nnd finish and their extremely low prices
will astonish you.
The question iiskcd now is, what is
your opinion about it? And the answer is
invariably that it is the best tive-cent-
cigarcver sold in this market ''The Fault
less.'" For sale by F. Korenieyer, Sixth
street, near Levee.
The case of the People vs. Reynolds
will probably come on for triul in Novem
ber. The prosecutor will be assisted by an
attorney from Cape Girardeau. The de
fence will be represented by Allen, Craw
ford, Lineyar, Ware and Townes.
At three o'clock, yesterday afternoon
Judge llarker surrendered the bench to
Judge linker, and left for home by the
Carnu accommodation train. Judge linker
heard several motions, in eases on the civil
docket, and then adjotired court until the
lOthday of November.
A colored woman whose name we have
forgotten provoked an assault from Dick
Ilutson, yesterday evening, and lied the bat
tle ground with rather badly torn outer gar
ments. She bent her steps toward one of
the justices' offices, nnd a Inw suit is to lie
We purposed presenting tin epitome of
Messrs. Green and Allen's speeches in the
llogan case this morning, but tlio public
being in possession of tlio result, details
leading up to the result would possess but
littlo interest. Wo therefore appear with
out the promised "epitome."
A countryman, named James Ellison,
got into the conditon facetiously denomi
nated "boozy," yesterday, and, of course,
ns most mendn his condition nro in the
habit of doing, made himself offensively
conspicuous. Squire Robinson minimis,
tercd a reproof in the shape of $1 fine and
the invariable incidental.
A colored mnn named Marshal Brown
not only cursed Florence Ryan, yesterday,
but ho blackguarded her out of counten
ance. Florcnro sued, and Marshal, feeling
himself unallo to plead innocence or justi
fication, frankly acknowledged his guilt,
nnd submitted to a lino of five dollars nnd
coBts, qulto gracicously. Tho case was
heard by Squire Robinson.
In front of Smith Brothers' grocery
storo on Poplar stroet, is a mulberry troo
that grow its regular crop of summer ber
ries, ripened nnd diBposod of them;' and
then Hkq the fruitful thing it; is, ict rd'out
tho growth of second crop, which it suc
ceeded iu maturing. Tho Bccond was not
ns nbundant as tho first crop nor were the
berries so largo nnd well developed; but ns
to tho fact of 'tho second crop, thero is no
room for caviling. Wo gathered a few of
the berries only yesterday.
Mr. F. Davidson enme dpwu fetu
Oakwood, yesterday, via tho Cairo and
Vinccnnes railroad. Ho got off the train
at Tenth street, nnd was nt otico seized by
a violent hemorrhage of the lungs. He
gained n point in front of Ilunuon's ma
chine store, where his wife overtook him
nnd took him in charge, and where he was
compelled to remain for two or three hours,
leabt an nttempt to proceed should bring
on the hemorrhage ngnin.' It was a specta
cle that excited the heartiest sym
pathies of those who saw it.
A. K. and M. W. Vickers have estab
lished a new weekly paper iu Vienna, that
certainly commends itself to the patronage
ot tlie people ot Johnson county. It is
called The Vienna Times, is an eight col
umn journal, and is particularly devoted to
the enterprises and undertakings, the pub
lic nims and objects of the locality in which
it is published. It will be Democratic in
politics, but will subordinate politics to
the great purpose of serving the people of
Vienna nnd Johnson county. Such a paper,
assuredly, ought to be cheerfully and liber
The so-called "Sunday whisky cases"
have not been of a character, of late, to in
spire that wholesome dread that is essential
to a close observance ot tlio hr. Com
plaint was entered against Roneker, before
Squire Robinson several days ago. A change
of venue was secured to Comings, and for
some reason (and, of course, a sufficient)
the defendant was discharged without trial.
A former prosecution of another 'inau, was
unsuccessful, and two or three cases remain
to be tried. But it cannot be denied that
many saloons are closed that were formerly
kept open. Whet!ir or not less liquor is
drank on Sunday, is another matter.
The Argus of yesterday evening says:
"About one o'clock p. m. yesterday, the
dead body of a large white boy was found
by a colored man, lying iu the pit of a
cattle guard, nt a crossing on the Illinois
Central R. R. near Bi'eeh Grove cemetery.
It wns terribly mangled, one foot being cut
off, the head cut iu two pieces, und the
limbs and body generally badly cut up.
To all appearances the boy had lon run
over by a train of cars and forced down
into the cattle guard as he lay. Perhaps
be feU from a train, dropping between tho
curs. At the time our reporter left, the
locality, the remains had not been removed.
Word was sent to Coroner Drake that an
inquest might be held. The Ixidy had not
The accommodation train on the Cairo
and Vinccnnes yesterday morning, brought
in about one hundred nnd twenty-live
passengers. Ever since this trnin was put
upon the road its effect upon the business'
of Cairo has been noticeable. Many of the
passengers brought in, came merely to see
the city; but much the larger number came
in to buy supplies. An hour after the
arrival of the train, boxes nnd bundles
marked for. Vienna, Ilarrisburg, Burr.sidc
nnd other points along tho line, may be
seen piled at different store doors awiiiting
transfer to the depot. In detail or singly,
these purchases ure not large; but in the
nggregnte they amount to hundreds of
dollars enough certainly to form a wry
considerable item in the buin"s of the
Wo tax the columns of the Ar.r.-i-Journal
for the following: "IIamb!eto:i
Ways have been crowded with business
this week. Hill's wrecking boat was We
the lore part of the week, nt work on the
railway tracks extending otiHnto the river.
The river is getting unusually low, making
it necessary to run tle cradles further out
to iukc "oat, iiicroiorc u was necessary
to clear oil' the mud and other obstructions
from the lower terminations of the tricks.
Hid got through and dmppod down to
Cairo with his boat Thursday. The same
day tlie Ouchita Belle was pulled out.
After she gets oil' tho Ways, Ilaliduy and
rhillips' wharf-boat No 1, from Cairo, is
to be taken out. Work is being pushed
vigorously on the transfer boat St. Louis,
nlso on several barges at the ways." 1
Harry Walker's most inveterate enemy
will not say that the Theater Comiqtio has
not been conducted in tho most orderly
manlier that good order has not been re
quired and enforced,' from tho commence
ment up to the present time. More than
this ho is showing comiiiendnblo enterprise
in obtaining attractions worthy of our peo
ple's Riipport. He will have on his boards
during tho present week commencing to
morrow evening, tho wonderful nnd match
less marksmen, Mr. and Mrs. Den Howe.
As nn intimation of tho lady's performances
with a 22 und 41 calibre rifle, wo quote
from tho forthcoming, programme the fol
lowing: She will shoot a small size piece
of pasteboard, the si.o of half a dollar,
from tho mouth; shoot backwards cards
taken from tho audience benring privato
marks, returning same tor inspection;
shoot nt two swinging glass balls oscillat
ing in different directions nnd breaking
both balls with one bullet; shoot nt three
swinging glass balls breaking the "same
with ono bullet. Tlie gentleman will as
tonish the dudienco by shooting "small ob
jects trom the lady's finger; shooting' apple
from back of lady's hand; shooting applo'
from lndy's shoulder nnd head; shooting
earring from lady's ear; shooting applo from
lady's mouthy All this will bo achieved,
and much more equally wonderful.
At tho Taxpayers' meeting, Friday
night, air. Rittenhouse, who keeps himself
well informed in that regard, stated that
less than twenty per cent, of the city's bonds
had been taken up under tho funding ar
rangement with tho American Funding
com puny, and that no bonds nt . all havo
been funded for a period of more tnnn
si$ty days. He further stated that many of
the bouds were in the hands of wealthy
persons or corporations, who were disposed
to sue, and press tho collection of over-duo
coupons many suits of that character
having been instituted already. The asso
ciation thereupon adopted a resolution rec
ommending to the city council the employ
ment of additional counsel to defend such
suits ns have been or may be instituted,
to resist, by nil means known to the law,
the payment of any bonds or coupons not
compromised under the funding arrange
menti and 'to have nil such bonds and
coupons declared illegal. Iu other words,
the association recommends nn honest effort
to pay ull tho compromised bonds nnd
coupons, but to fight against the payment
of nil the balance with all the weapons tho
law places in our hands. Taking into con
sideration the appreciated value of money,
and the figure at which the old bonds were
purehaed, we are offering the holders a
fair and honest return. If they get any
thing more than that they will have to
fight fur it.
Yesterday evening's Sun says: "We
have heard many of our citizens express
themselves ve ry favorably of the editor of
T:ie Bi u.F.Ttx for the fair :u:d impartial
manner in which he has handled the Hognn
case in the columns of that paper. But few
men, similarlv situated, could have ovtr
come a natural prejudice ami speak in so
unbiased a manner." We shall not s:.y
that the compliment cur cotemporary pays
us is undeserved. We were dealing w ith
facts, and tlie pr.trons of our paper had tho
right to demand of us, ns a conscientious
journalist, an unbiased report of the facts.
Had we given way to honest impulse, we
should have branded as cruelly false, the
statement embodied in Mrs. H's alleged
confession, nnd twice repeated during the
trial, that the hoti-e of youngCiiss. F. Arter
wns made to cover a share of his father's
alleged iniquities. There was no proof of
the truth of the statement m t a word nor
a syllable; ntitkr was any ia that
connection obtainable save that of the young
man who claimsthat.cn entering the h"u
from the yir, he saw deceased nnd Mrs. II.
in conference, in the sitting room. Unfor
tunately for young Arter, this testimony was
not allowed to go to the jury. He was pre
pared to show, in rebuttal, that upon one
occasion, and ono onlv, his father met Mrs.
Hogan in his house. The meeting wr.s of
Mrs. Hogau's procurement, lasted but a
few moments, ami at no time for a single
instant wns either party from under the
eye of Mrs. Arter. We would,- we repeat.
have injected this denial into the body of
our report had we yielded to tho honest im
pulse that'we flien felt, most strongly, to
shield young Arter's home and his young
family from an undeserved smirch that he,
entirely heipless himselfcan but feel most
deeply nnd keenly. Besides this, we have
no pains-or sores that newspaper treatment
will either cure or alleviate.
Tlie testimony in the cine rf. the People
against llogan was concluded on Wednes
day evening. ( n Thursday ii:orr.'::;L' State's
Attiaey Mulkey commenced the argument
for tho people und spoke until noon. Mr.
Wheeler, tor the defence, f. liowed in the
afteruo!i, nnd occupied the time rf tho
court uut'l evening. Fndi.v niorniuir Mr.
Albright spoke on the same side, and con
cluded shortly after dinner. Judge Green.
also for tho defence, consumed the balance
of the day. Yesterday morning Judge
Allen commenced tho.closmg argument for
the prosecution, nnd concluded a little nt'ter
one o'clock in the afteruocn. The jv.ry was
thou instructed by the court nt great length.
Under the instructions, as well as the testi
mony, the jury had to deal with but the
one question; and that wns
as to condition ot tho de
fendant's mind nt the time of killing Alter.
One of the instructions was to tho effect
that, if the jury believed tho defendant in
sane at tlie time of tho killing, they must
acquit, regardless of tho condition of his
mind before or after the act. Another in
struction was to the effect that tie evidence
of Hogan as to his wife's confession; ot Miss
Node Worthiugton, Grundy Bryant and
Ike Wilson in confirmation thereof, should
bo considered only ns to its effect upon tho
prisoner's mind; ns it was permitted to go
to the jury for that purpose, and not to show
the tact of adultery.
After an nbseuce of about nu hour and n
half the jury agreed upon their verdict,
which is in the words following:
"We, tho jury, find that tho defendant took
tho life of Chas. D. Arter in manner ns
charged iu the Indictment, but find that nt
the timo he committed tho net the defend
ant was insane, nud further find, that he m
entirely and permanently recovered from
The friendsof the acc.iHodwho havo stood
by him most :' devotedly nad u&rlincliingly
from tho commencement, received the an
nouncement of Ids acquittal with cheers,
and tho prisouer-no-longer was tho subject
of hearty congratulations from themJ
Well, tho matter-Is nt an end. Tho;
friends and relatives of the deceased did all
they could to viudicato whnt they consid
ered nu outraged, law. The friends and
relatives of Hognu worked with zeal nnd
earnestness that betrayed not only a strong
friendship tor the accused, but nn impres
sion that ho was justified in what ho did.
For the bumlay Uullettu.
A LOVE DREAM.
Iu Hie lleut huh of the tender ulijlit,
When my eye fill up with tear,
Come my darllnsto me, ullxolduu Vrll.t
Willi tlie uuneliluo of two eet year.
And liu mlleu i-'.k) dlmt4 m my knee,
To whiter her chiMlsh uiirt! :
Then clasp may neck tl.nuuh yen may not eoe,
For my darllej; is not of earth.
Only wltum the tw llii;ht j::iom,
When the hour tre- lo-.i; cud iowet,
I hear all about la the ilei;t won,
The (omul ofthimu little fret-
I.ittle feet thai come aud ;-o
With a KWet-tyvt retU will.
Just an they did six mouth. :it.'",
Ere they (,-rew forever tl'.l
Aim my liuart. nt tlio-e p:rlt-njiisils II. ct ceen
So near yet o far ay.
Glide Into a faith of a eet love-dream.
That follow me n!-ht aui! day.
And thi love-dream, tender aU lu r vet,
Mill whisper totl and !o.
"Keep thou In thy heart thec tiny feet,
And follow ti.u way they to "
Then my r'.cf e;uk down, a- sleuth I will.
When the Hll.iii- are- lulled to Hi-t..
A'.id I tinw with c'.a-icd hand., ler Mill
That briuht head Is on my biet. 1. A. 51
C.eiao. IU. Oct. IV'.
Fertile l aire !'.:'.
On tbi; Cache, on ll.e Cm he,
l.i- iv'.L'i; curebehxd ;
Llf,-'r!ug on the l.a-J 1-atk,
0.uiet here ve t!i.d.
On U;v Cache, nu the t nclc '
'SStil the J'el'rtU' Udiiv '.
Set-'uu ui; u'.u!: tue f him
Many n t'retn urcu.le.
On the Cat he, o:; the c. h
Where th.- wild bird !..t;
Wutchir.-.' win. re the r.-tiVrd f..i,
With ll fhlnln wiiii;-
On tile Cache, oa the Caei.e
T&roti!, the 'I. ta wwd hi:.l;.si.
I"..ish the ii.et with autumn lean,
lioiind ihe tr.;e 1 1.: ir.iuij.
Oa the Cache, oc the Cacti-.
Where- the cypres Kal.tr;
We fur;.vt the LVri.il. tvv.z:
An! n ri-ath of other .!.
On t he Cache, on the e .u he,
There we dream our ('.rcac.s
Aud Voters ') o'.h'.r i"ri ur.i.
On the the he. en the C:.:-e
Ls ";hi'. ' uh-is at ''.a;. ;
I! nf; j ho; ts wty li
Fi.-hiu; B'.l the day.
( u the Cache, oi) the oit.o
r-ttcet the- U'.e ti.ey le.l
Shir.Ing vt.ej. iit.d u .ri shy
brtsry tart- fare we ..
On the tVUe. or. the Cache
Fully h:; I." hrin"-;
Ku!ilon' i!!!ed robi-H rerediia
Wheru nature' carm-i,! Hhiuc.
On the Cache, on the Ca Le.
There I'Ur fea-t It S'tciH,
E:it and (l:l-.:h. Time t'.:-: spate.
We knew hi yruccf ;1 tread
Just received und kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at ."in
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' Houe.
Oysters served at all hour-, day or night.
SPECIAL Ill'SlNESsi NOTICES.
Yuf Miss it if you buy clothing and
furnishing goods, anywhere except of A.
Murx, the favorite clothier, 01 Ohio Lovee.
Gko. O'IIaisa has just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Puds. No. I is a sure
cure for fi vers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney di-cascs of all kinds. Price
i-tilv one dollar.
A. M.uix. ia New York, purchased
the finest stock of men's, boys' nnd
children's clothing, ever brought tj Cairo.
It will pay you to await the opening of
aa entire new stock, consisting of men's,
boys' and children's clothing, furnishing
goods and the J. 11. Stetson huts, etc. A.
Marx, tho successful clothier, 01 Ohio
A.NTi-r.i:i.U'M PiucEs At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find ni'lcnn, cool shop, easy chairs, nil
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, nnd sat
isfactory work. Prices: Shaving, 10
cents; Hair-cut, 2o cents; Shampooing,
23 cents. Givo him a call.
, It. .TOM'S.
The fashionable boot nnd shoo maker,
takes pleasure in announcing to his old pa
trons and to the public generally, that lie
can still be found nt his shop in tho Athc
neiim building, whore be is prepared to
make to order, boots or shoes of the latest
style from tho best material nnd of the
finest workmanship. As ho uses nothing
but A No. 1 stock, nil of his work will bo
warranted as represented, or no sale. ...
STOVES! STOVES II . .
Beautiful Base Burners, the Argnud nnd
Garland; for beauty and excellence they ore
unsurpassed. Also tho famous Charter
Onk cook stove, nnd all kinds of coal or
wood heating nnd cook stoves, the largest
stock ever brougbt to this market nt 1
C. W. ' IlENPKltflON'B,
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth Bt.
SHALL ADVKeTISEJI EXT3.
II nviuiiiina.ns.uo I . tuia v.'l '.III 11 , ,
a, tivo Uuc uarb or lex will be Mibllxbed for'
CtilltU ft if..-- I. .1 .1. , Mjf. a .1 I..
4 f.T. A I IVL-ni-IU V VI C VTli In !,! AI..MH
put cbauiro, fti.uu fvt month. Euch aihilltom
"nn, Bcentn. ftttinitUn wanted free.
llouo for rent on Ihe corner of Eleventh and Wi
nut. Hoaouable term. Iuuiilru within.
Mn. A. Him,.
,, , WASTED.
,,!? t" 111 ,?r .a'" family for two fentlcmen on (i
near Twentieth, Addre-Mo (A. II. C, Cafr). III.
W.I) i ..
. , . FOU 8ALE.
p.?.u r """""""'lit warbroho. 1'rlce I10.W
ltuuulreof Mi. Burnett. Kg. m T...iih ifM.i
u-.S ,,E, 'f'13-- """id timber. iny to mov.'
W ant thu lot v.'tcnterl ... n i
uttlce .....im m tut nt i. lei
a , n. . F0K KENT-
A dwelling live room nnd kitchen. Tweutlet
jtroet, near court hoti.e. Enunlro ut II. Mkyeu
Von 8At-beporately or together, a et of lnS!
LariicND. c i new, buctry cuhlou und a bupcrv wlili.
Apply ut Bullet !u bludeir. Jok 1? IfinuE
iieapquahtehs fob kink amchepyuoop
r ' u-VV. Trwt!':'1"' ,M'oln( Move, e:'c. .
C' Ni' HhMitllsONhs. Commercial u-l.ii .
tier Twelfth utreul I.
AM'Isra I' HOOFS. '
fill'! 11 .. ....... f, ... .
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boucht 'f he l.ubllrher for le than S-IS.IV ear)
;..l!M)e '.V'11 "hialy lor S'.n.ni) teh. or the fourf,
f r.vi. aiHunre orniB iit i.iuTiN blinlery. 8
OiiM!Hnnd purclifN-r of Kenl Ktnto InCnir.l
choulil be niru they havo a coodtlllu. I am nn j
Lreliured to li'rnt.l. .il .T.ir i. ... .. . A
- - r ..... ur.Futi.iir rucji .
Olllce In Court II. ,i
A o. 1 I ar room i,nd rhelilue (or otV.ce fun I
!,"'.''' ' for ';l!'' ''"eup. Ai-o many other I ar-rtsu
r.t'irc. Ew;n!r of Churl.;- NUoimneyei,
Ur.rh. nirei't in.il Wiifhiucton avenue.
IKlmor.lro Hotel. Cairo. Illinois. Liberal Un
to a ".! ti-tst.t. Apply to
GJiKEN A GII.IIERT.
' Att'v. Ciiiro, n;.
. ,., A HAItGAIX.
I will tier ror.ilo at a '.-real bi.rcaln mv r'.det
No Si-v.-i:t!i Mint, irt urchu-ed prlor'to the lit
Ui"t-. .vreo-ou for n'.liu-ure t;.,i,erf b;:(!n. -roup.ed
wlih the fact litul I .a:i ,t- n Wnt in tl
v est ut.tl! the Krst of t ext .tuue. Term.rl "
H.O'D casii. nr.d rfl.v reiy-i.-ut, for bah-tnee.
App'.ytoM.J IloULEV, Lenl Kt le .-..,..
NEW A I ' V E KTI n X M E N T' - 31 1 S C E 1. 1. A EO t S.
ALL SOIJTS, SIZES AND STYLKS,
AlfoMat.ufict i'eri f atd Dt-ihrli.
TIN. COPPER tS. .SHEET-IRON WAKE
l-fALi K!M,or.'on weuu r.oNe to onnr ttfj
XO. 27, EKiliTIf MltEET,
CAlliO, . II.Unois
V EAT MAI'.KET.
Coruir V.'-shlr.tteL Auxut- nnd Elcht S"-ct.
C'A"'0, : : : . ILLLSOIS0
A f -.!'. nr.d ccnipMe Pii;.p!y Cf tte bet of all
k rd meat alusy vu U:J. '
Ji C. FOIU),
Variety Bracket Store,
t'omitii r -Ial Avenue Corner Ninth Stn et.
C'AIHO. : : : ILL,inc)IH
Winter's Hloik.Corni r Scvcjitli Mn-et inul Cone
Ielre to Inform the ladle nf Cslro am! Vicinity
that cht-ha on I-. uiul tu.il reieiiuis d-illy. d'.uit
trom the EuMerii citle. n very lurije alid coniph-te
etocii of Ladle' at.d Ml-e'.'
TRIMMED AND I'NTRIMMED HATS.
11.1, .... -ii -i i i ' . . .
luci.l of I
Liulie.-s' Furnisliiiiir (ioods! t
All the very lutot ib Mu-i i.. I'rlci n low a pi--iblo
Olid L'noiir Iilir.eit li. !i!1ii iVore.. Wit! nut
be iinilerHoUl. Call at.d examine. No trouble to
CUow L-imil L-iKtle. w lio ilo not ee Mlitlt they
want w 111 pU-ite ai; for I'.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loadr a Specialty. f L
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
J STEAM FORGE.
Vulcan Irox Works
9.1 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS. ' I
John T. Hennie,f
H AVISO otablllicd hi work at tho nhove men 't
tinned place 1 belter prepared than ever for,
miitiiifiicturlnK Hteam Kuelne and Mill Machinery,
Havlns a t) I earn Ilamtner and ample Tool, th ' I
miinufnctiiru ol nil kiml of Macblnery, Hallrond, JU
Hteiimbont nnd llrldne Forirlnij ninde it tieclitlty, St
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i..vv.f.. nnvuuuunvu iu rvpuirBO) ui UVW IIUI1 .
11 f .. - I. 1 1t . I.. A - 1
ripe Fitting la all Iti branchc.