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THUJlSDVYi SEPTEMBER '2, IBC9.
Arrival a ml Departure of Mall.
(Cairo I'nit Offloo, rd.rnay 8, I80t )
(Timo of closing.)
horth (through 3:3f.m... 3.1X1 p.m.
North (why) M p.m..... .11:00 t m.
Houth (throuichnnd way). 4:00 n. in 11:00 p.m.
(outh (Minit)uii A N. O.f.. 4:00 a.m 4:00 p.m.
Ohio lllvcrrouto 6:00 n.tn tiiWp.m
lllHlclipl lllver route,
Tueaduyn iinil KrMiiV. 0:00 p m 7:00 p.m.
Tliurt dny A baturda) .. U:W u.ni ., . U;QU a.m.
ThebeiiOoOie, IMam ind - "
HuntuFn ,,. C.OOp.mFti. Wh.m. Sat.
Ohio Mm route depart tivery day exrept Mondays.
J.uMjHtAJlAM, P M.
IIIIiioU ccutinl R. R, CIimhkc ofrime.
On Sunday, AukuhU'OUj, tho following
time tablo will tako effect nnd govern
until further notice:
.Mall train Ichm !.............. V:rv) o'clock tin.
Kxpref i " " .,, 2.40 " p.m.
Mall train arrive at ..:. X:T o'clock a.m.
ipren " " 2:l p.m.
War, leaven at l:.') o'clock a.m.
kpfn, " ...... 4:1" p.m.
Way, arrivet at .......... ....:0 " p. tu
Kxpre ' .M......M....M.M ... . 7i50 " a.m
To Count jr Officer.
Notice id hereby given, that the pub
lic Inws of I860 are now In my ofllco for
distribution. J. G. Lynch
Augl.l lm County Clerk.
Emler'n Chill Curo Never KalU
A regular meeting of Delta Lodgo
7No. GC8 P. and A. M., will bo held t
at Miwotilo Hall, this (Thursday) eve- !
ning, at 8 o'clock
C It. Woodwaki), Soc'y pro torn, i
If the reader feels disposed to com-
plain of tho quantity of matter in to
duy's 'Bulletin' he will probably bo
mollified towards u whon we assuro
lll,tl IWKHMin ' J U14 t u i
him that tlio Arab bauquet shortened i
. . i
our help. Mien tilings arc ilKciy to nap
pen so long as the Arabi persist in hold
lug anniversary celebrations.
Six Hi'ndkki Dozkn moro of tint eel
bra ted "Mutton" Fruit Jar, perfect and
simple ti'lfeiilers, (fit bctf in America
Juit rcrclvt'd and for nalo at reduced
prices, at tho (tiLensware House.
Paiisonp, D.vvij &. Co ,
JyJJtf Xo. n and 7 Tenth St.
Jou Arnold lias in hi hands for
service, one hundred and llfty warrants
against parties who are delinquent as
roMtl laborers. Tho fetreut commlsiiloner
hai already exercised great leniency,
and 1 determined now to clne up ills
ollei'.Uoni. DoliuqueiiU ylll, therefore,
save 'JO by seeing Arnold boforo
ervleo U made up'on them.
AMrinintiiit lor IHIIIt.
Notice Is hereby given to" all' parties
concerned that the assr-i-uuont roll for
Htate and counly taxes for tho year ISM
Is now depoiitcd In tho CouutyVlerk's
ctllce, wliero tliesamcmay be examined,
and ail persons having complaints to
make may lay them beforo tho County
Court to be hnlden at tho Court Hou-o
n the Unit Monday in September next.
V. A. Btmr.iK,
Asesor of Alexander Couuty.
Aug 7,16'JO.dtd. Times copy.
If you want u good stove, or tinware
hollow.ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that Hue,
call on A. Prascr, Commercial avenue
betcen Klevonth and Tw-lfih street,
where hi has moved to, an.i fitted up tho
largef' and most completo shop In
Particular attention given to steam
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet iron work, such as chimneys,
breeclier escaping steam-pipes, etc.
Letter Heads printed at tho 'Bulletin'
Ofllce for 30 00 per thousand.
K inler's Stomach
Hitters ! "Tlio best
Will mi I Timber.
For Eale.Elghty acres of tho llnost
Walnut Timber Land in tlio country,
situated in Mississippi county, Mo.,
four t miles northeast of Charles
ton ami within eight iS) miles of Cairo,
Illinois. Said laud Is adjoining John
Swank's farm. Also ten acres of School
Land situated throe miles from Cairo,
Illinois, on the Cairo& St. Louis railroad
I'or terms and particulars enquire o
B. T. Whltaker's Drug Store, No. 10S
Commercial avenue, Cairo Illinois, dtf
Tho Superintendent of Schools, L. P.
Butler, Esq., has dovoted to-day to tho
examination of applicants for teaohora'
certificates. There were four applicants,
three of Mr. Burllngham's late pupils
And u lady employed by tho directors as
Mr. Morgan's first assistant. Tlio exam
ination was quite thorough and was
highly creditable to tho applicant!. We
have attended all public examinations
held in Cairo, and feel constrained to
pronounce that of to-day tho most
thorough aud satisfactory of thorn all.
Tho examination was strictly legitimate,
being confined to such brauohos as tho
applicants propose to teach, and not scat- 1
tored abroad over tlio vast uomaiu or lit-,
erature, politics and religion, as omo, '
a vlyld rocollectlou of whloh wo qulto
readily recall, Tho applicants to-day ,
have earned their certiilcates and will no
doubt receive them. ,
Tho examination will ho resumed to
morrow, whon all tho.tcaohors omployed
should, if possible, uttftnd.
There whh qulto a flutter ntuong the
domlreps yesterday, caused by the arrest
of olio Emily Wilfrid, tho keeper of1 u
bognlo, and threo of her inmates. Tho
principal witness in the case was one
Anna Dra7.ll. Her testimony wns very
exact and conclusive, and as a conse
qtienco madam Wilford was mulcted In
tho sum of $25. There was an order made
for her committal to the calab'ooao during
a period of thirty-ono days, but beforo it
was enforced madam paid a portion of
tho fine and secured the balance.
Tho inmates, Ann Hurd, Emma Jones
and Annlo IJutt were fined $10 and costs
each. Ann Hurd paid the levy against
her, but tho others were committed to
tho calaboose fora period of sixteen days
Madam Wilford waxed exceedingly
wroth. She was an abused and a perse
cuted woman; and she wouldn't stand
It. In a badly disguised spirit of resent
ment she mado affidavit that Anna
Brazil, tho principal witness against her
was guilty of tho samo oiTonco that had
been charged upon her; that, In other
words, the said Anna Brazil kept the
tho lowest kind pf brothel. When tho
trial thus instituted came on, alf the proof
Madam Wilford could produce was that
steam -boatmen had said that Anna
Brazil kept a bad houso, and that she,
the dopouent, had seen gentlemen visit
It. It thus appearing that the prosecu
tion owed Its paternity to tho malice of
tho aforesaid Madam Wilford, Anna
Brazil was discharged, much to tho cha
grin and disgust of tho.aforesaid, who
vehemently declared that there is no such
thing as laworjustlco In Cairo.
"Barrett's" Is not sticky or gummy.
A KttlnK Klver Ma.
Illllll Slownrt. ifiivn Ilia tmrtnnt- nml
m,,,,, ,,.i , ,,., ,.t.. ....!....
" r"""1 ,or,u "uvl
Mm flnr. . r n.i.l ......... ....... ... I
tho flno of y and costs
against him, and ho was told that lie
must pay it or submit to a stay of ten
. . ,
ilitvu In tlin mtlnltinwfi li iimu riuritiltili.!
" V . , V
M ill- lilo.l! A i!firnnrttnn llkn Cm It-,, nr..
The Idea! A corporation liko Cairo nre
, sunning to commit him, a river man, to
1 the calaboose. The thing could not be
! done, and ho warned tho authorities, not
to attempt it. He threw himself upon
his rights as a river man, and demanded
thattlwHe rights (should bo respected, by
sending him to tho murine hoiqntal! The
calaboose! Pooh! Ht'd llko to' see
them try that! "Conm along, then,"
quoth McIIale, "I'll tako you to tho hos
pital " Ai Mr. Stewart U now receiving
ills sunlight through tho gratings of tho
ca!abono windows, ho has probably con
eclved the Idea ttiat tho authorities of
Cairo il imprison oU'ending river men,
whether they can or not.
Don't fall to uso "Barrett's."
Chills Cured In Six Honr, by
Tlt- 1lirrc llnnil.
The Jouesboro Silver Cornet Band, tho
Paducali Bras Band, and tho Cairo
Silver Cornet Band wore asslgueti posi
tions in tho line of march, yenterday,
and fairly awakened the echoes by such
music as has rarely been heard In the
streets of Cairo. Tho visiting bands
played very well, but It was conceded on
all sides that tho Cairo hand bore off the
palm for skill in execution. Some of the
pieces played by them wore very flno In
point of exxprecsion, time nnd harmony,
and commanded eulogies from parties
who know exactly what it takes to con
stitute good music. The visiting bauds
wero young organizations, and we shall
not undertake to say thatcoutinued prac.
tice will not ruako them rivals of the
Cairo hoys. Tho music was one of tho
most enjoyable features of tho wholo
Nothing wanting in "Buraott's."
"Tho Best in Use." Endor's Stomach
Johanna Allen, qulto an old woman,
was fined yesterday for using abusive
and otlenslvo language. 1 he whole cat
alogue of epithets seemed to rest upon
her tongue's end, and it required but a
motion of that member to tumblo tliem
on", slio had, most evidently, devoted a
good portion of herlong llfetothescicnco
of detraction and vilification. Every per
son that came In her way wus literally
overwhelmed by her abuse. Befuslng to
pay her lino alio was oalaboosed. Tho
'Sqnlro hesitated about committing hor,
but there was no alternative.
"Barrett's" Is a No. 1.
tio J Hard Fire Wood
Mr. J W. Turner is receiving
a supply of splendid hard flro wood
which ho will deliver In any quantity
desired in auy part of tho city. Now is
tho time to hand him your orders for
winter wood. He can aud will dellvor
it much cheaper than It can ho bought
two or threo mouths, honco whon tho
roads become rough and muddy, and as
to tho quality of the wood, It cannot be
surpassed. Ho solicits ordors for any
quantity from a half.cord up to llivo
hundred cords, promising tospll at prices
that will defy successful competition.
"Bara'tt'a" popular hair restorative.
- m .
A colored Individual named John Bob-
Inson pitched into a black boy named
Leo AVright, yesterday, on two scparato
occasions, and gavu him a sovoro dog
ging. Wo are toltl that thoro was not
theeeiuhlauco of provocation, and that
Bpblnson lammed tho boy through pure
cussednesf. Fined 5 anil costs, which
are to be paid by ten days' strop! lbor.
THE A It A It ANMVEUSAKY.
PltOCKSSIOSS, MUSIC AND SPEECHES.
A (.'rand Pyrotechnic Display.
Tlio Ilanqiict, TortMth, Ac.
A KMJl'I.AR OAI.A It AT.
The demonstration yesterday evening
and last night was all that the most
sanguine could havo expected. Tho
"Arabs," 'whoso anniversary celebration
it was, have covered themselves with
glory, and the burden of all thought.to
day Is of whanwos.soen apd heard yes
terday. The march through the city 5
tho splendid banners borne by tho (pro
cession: tho rich uniform of the firemen,
the fine m'usic Ve have no space to ela
borate upon. Suffice to Hay they wero
glittering, delightful, most enjoyable.
At 8 o'clock tho Cairo Silver Cornet
band called tho crowd together at tho
Athcneuin, the firemen from Paducah
being assigned tho front seats, and
ladies and gentlemen of the city
filling the naileries. Tlio proceed
ings of tho ovctjing were opened
by prayer by tho Itev. C. 11. Foote.
An appropriate and well considered
address was delivered by H. W.
Webb, Esq., extending a welcome to the
firemen of Paducali and assuring them
and firemen generally that the public is
not Insensible of the nobility and unsel
fishness, of their arduous and hazardous
calling. This address we glvo entire in
another part of tills paper. Mr Brown of
tho Paducah flro company followed and
In his own peculiar aud original vein on.
tcrtaincd the audience during a interval .
of ten minutes or more. Following this
was tho address of Mr. Winter, president,
of the Arabs, detailing the triumpUs nfj
the Arabs, their financial condition, etc.
We regret our Inability to publish this'
About half-past nine the benediction
was pronounced when tlio large audlenco
pasf oil to tho streets, where, it had been
announced, there would bo u display ofi
flro works, and where several hundred
citizens had already assembled. Wo 1
have rarely seen a more successful pyro
technic exhibition. It consisted of ;
forty- five pieces, a number of them cost-
Ing Irom ten to forty dollars couilstliigof
rockets, Roman candles, wheel-, Maltese j
crosses, fount iiis, and two piece tnuiiii- 1
factured especially for the ocou-Ion. The
closing display was wondurously and en
chantiugly beautiful. Whilo the crowd
was entertained hy'tlie Ignition and bur
ning of the minor pieces, several expert
hands were quietly engaged in setting
up tho principal piece from the balcony
of tho Arler building. A moment after
the match Wits applied tn H there gleamed
out In starrv Istters of dazzling light:
"Cairo Welcomes Paducuh;" aud the
cheers were loud aud hearty.
At half pas'. 10 o'clock tho Artbi and
their Paducah guests repaired to the St.
Charles Hotel, where a flno banquet had
been spread under the Mipcrviaion of the
irrepressible Wilcox, Swift A Co. Of this
and tlio sparkling wines, the crowd par
took with a heartiness that spoke of sharp
appetites and capacious stomachs. Mr.
Ohurly, Mayor of Cairo, was called to
preside, and Indulged In tuch remarks as
tho occasion seemed to call for.
Regular toasts wero pronounced as fol
1. Tho Paducah Arc department
Their generosity and hospitality are on
ly equaled by the alacrity aud enthusi
asm with which they discharge the self
sacrificing duty of flromeu. Responded
to by Alexander Browu, Esq., of Padu
cah. 2. Our Invited Guests Coming among
ns from our ucighboringclties, their pre
sence we accept as a high compliment;
and, extending to them the hand of wel
come, greet them as brethren and capa
ble co-workers in tlio forward move
ment of progress nnd civllllzatlon. Re
sponded to by John E.Miller, Captain
Paducali Hook and Ladder Company.
3. The Delta of the Mississippi Fertllo
as tlio Valley of tlio Nile. The march
of empire Is along its water courses. Re
sponded to by J. II. Oborly.
1, Cairo and her sister cities In friend
ly competition joined, tho enterprise of
eacn incites incomers to greater activity,
and their joint labors confer prosperity
upon the country contiguous to their
borders, Responded to by Hon. H. W.
r. The Mayor aud Council or the uity
of Cairo Not forgetful of tlio rival com
mercial Interests' whloh surround their
city, and husbanding with careful hands
tlio resources of tho people, am making
diligent efforts to keep paco with tho lm-
tirovemontof the times, and to build up
Jalro as the emporium of tho great South
west. Responded to by Col. J. 8. Roar
dou. 0. Tho Cairo KIro Department Prompt
to act when danger calls. Tho Preaidont
of tho Arabs leads the van In dovotion
to his duties, and w ill never bo the "Win
ter of our discontent." Respondod to by
Henry Winter, President of tho Arab
About half past 1- a. in. the Paducah
guests wero escorted to tho Cairo and Pa
ducah packet, Win. White, at tho wharf,
and boarding her, wero noon on their
way homoward. They expressed them
selves dollghted with tholr entertain
ment, and extolled in tho highest terms
tho kindness, courtesy and fraternal nt
tontion thoy had received from Cairo
firemen and Cairo citizens.
Thus ended the tenth anniversary of
tho Arab lire company, and in all things
It proved what the Arabs iutonded it
should be, a grand triumph and glorious
Uso Ender's Chill Cure. "it never
I In- Ot-ioncia li . lit, nl (h i t,M!,
A meeting of tliN body was held, pur
suant to a call published in this paper.
After consultation It was determined to
call precinct conventions throughout
tho county, nn the 18th instant. The
voters to meet In each precinct, at the
usual places or holding elections, atsucli
hour or the day or n l lit as they may de
termine upon, l'he county convention
will bo held In the court house In Cairo
at 12 o'clock, noon, 011 Tuesday tho 21st
instant. A proper notice, assigning del
egates to the dlfl'erent precincts, will be
Make tlir .rlunt ofyom Horacjr.
Ah the people of Cairo are not over-burdened
with ready money It Is of coursci
advisable to mako what they have got
go as far as possible. If they want to
invest any portion of It in dry goods,
boots and shoes, carpets, hardware, no
tions, hosiery, tablo linens, dress goods,
bleached and brown muslins, etc., etc.,
they will thank us for recommending
them to tho store of P. Rellly, provided
they act upon our recommendation and
go there. He Is selling off everything In
his well stocked store at less than cost.
Wo know this to be a fact. He Is going
into other business, and in order to close
out quickly, has marked down his goods
below New York prices. An Inquiry as
to his prices will satisfy any nno that
Rlelly is, in this matter, in dead earnest.
Call there before buying elsewhere
fort Mat for Ilia 4H Hour Rndln-f mt
Two o'elek, I. M.
0n. AnnVrton. Coliiml't'". Wm. Whit. Iliich.
( I.it fi( otl, Ktunmlllf i Hello Memphl-, M'mpV:
Uii)tlr bo Alpha, To tin. Merer;
P. Carroll,!:i Loul; Hmh.tm, 8hawnretown;
Orn. Anilcrnon. Columlmi. til While, I'.vlucah;
llrl.o Memphis Ht Imu; Chin Scott, KrutjHVillcj
r Carroll, N O; Umpire, do
The weather continues clear and beau
tiful. The thermometer indicating about
70' to iO' during the day, while the nights
are very cool.
Tho Miss sslppl is about stationary at
St. Louis, aud falling above
The Mhsourl Is falling every where, but
is in moderate condition for medium class
Thoro is ten or twelve feet water be
tween Cairo and St. Louis and several
hundred feet, or to hpeak within bounds,
as many feot of water as the largest
steamer, fully laden, require below Cairo.
The Ohio Is stationary everywhere,
with '2d Inches at Pittsburg, uud 11 feet at
Louisville. The lowerOhio Is In wretch
ed condition, with 2 feet S inches above
Evansvhle, and 3 feet 0 inches below.
Hero tho river lias risen six luetics
since last report.
Biisliicsx continues good.
Tho CJraham curau hero to go on tho
dockn and repair.
The Clara Scott and Umphe brought
out condiJerauIe freight for Cairo and
Earthcrn fruit Jarsaro the cheapest and
when thoroughly trluzed, Inside aud out,
like tho.-e on sale at Pursuit, Davis, it Co
they are as reliable and durable as the
"PENNSYLVANIA CEN1RAL R. R
I U II I, i: TRACK.
61 Miles the Shortcut Itutite to New York!
Atrituturjciralmfrom llm Vft run illrct to tlio
Union iti-pot, whrro raf ngcr for Ilarrlihurc. Haiti
niorr, Y.uhinto!i, 1'lnlnJclplila, New York, lionion,
ami nil the Ne Knglancl town, tiro tmiMtrrct to
lluy you tickets for No Turk, rhiliulelphu ami all
polnu Kivst, Yia the Pittuburu, Kort Wayne A Chii'xco
.iml tlio l'cnniylvn:u Contra! llailroad. Tho Irmni of
ILLINOIS C E N T R A L
make clone rocneotionn t Matfoonuml Chivairo; ami
the entire trip to New York li mailo with ouly two
change of ar.
Elt'tpiut Wide l'ukNt'UKvr Cur,
KulntMt RioN milprovotl Scalu!
Himo i-ar aro thorough!) vrntllat nml piovi lcd
with emy nuM'Tii Improte.ticnt ncceary to tho
Afry fiuil oomfort of tirlen
STATE-ROOM riLEKl'INfj CARS,
Kuu Uiioi.ii tu l'luloJcIphu on ull NiUt 'iram-,
ami .w lorKvia i'miaui'ipmn ami .iifiuown, wnn
out uhanpi), ullorJlug risoiim'i a nllit of uii'lis
1 iri. tent, nml
Landing Ihriu in Svw York Hours In
Ailtaui'o 0I11II other Limn!
Ami in t.mn to Hoturo Hotel iicooriiini,ati.-iik tvforo
uu aui.m ui ui" 'KhcnBt'r ny omcr roititj.
To Iloston aul Now Knplaiul paMonijcrs thU routo
of neoiiif- tho tlnckt viyw amonjr tho Xllrghany
Mountain, bcsl.le visiting l'lttsbiiiR. Philailelnliiu
tlelcrtn will m (mn8fcrrol. with llielr (aipfiao. to lull
ami 1tna Cnr.nlln In VAU VA.I. ...i.l ...V 1
Pour Dally Trains Leave N. Y for Boston
Thirteen Bally Trains Leave Philadelphia
for New York,
Via Jcrsoy City anil Caimlen nnd Amloy Distance,
"0 milnsi Time, 4 liouri.
Tim it tho only riiutu by wlilch jwiuriPKiirK can If aro
Chioaco 8aturdy altcriioon, In 11 l lirouIi car. ThU
train leaiM tho 1'itlsburff, Kort Wayn A; Chloago
itrllvrny Pcnot at S::iO p.m. anil runs through without,
delay, writing mNcw York l Momlay morning.
Hours in Advunte of (Mlier Lhirsl
Tho 0:00 ii.m. (ruin from Clilcn') niiivi-s n New
Hor): nt OA'j m.iii. tho HKCOXD 1AV, u l.'J Hour
tn AUbc of nny other Koull with cor
rciiponilmp roiliii'tlnu to llOSToN, 1'1IU,.VI)J:UIJIIA,
HAl.TIMOlIK ami W.tHllINOTON.
W llat-kMKo chocked IhroiiKh to nil stations ou tho
Mna of tho Pcnniyhani:! Kailtray, nnd to llalllmorc,
rhiliidtliihlaaml Now York, fiom IMiibuij,', Uucago,
and nil mincipal Wrjteru t'itii'a.
- Itatci of freight nnd cxprcv. frelqlit to nuy
Kastcru point, nro at nil times us lavomblu us aio
ulinrtfod by other line.
Maf-Tlimtieli tlcltrti for .silo nt I In; principal oflUwi
in tho Won. 1
JiinVAltU If. WILLIAMS.
Ouucial tupcrintomlcnt. A.'loona ,
r l. KIMil.M.b, IMiriigcr.soiitiCrilrafo.
5: AMD OATS.
pOIt EAHTPORT AND WATERLOO
ni;a;i, u TiitmsiiAV imokkt.
h- . IT" 'r,ln lltfht.lr:iiithtt.toaiiicr Al.nilA,
I'- Ol UVMAN, Maatcr.W. K. HYEKfi
Clerk, will luat-fur tho nbciTO nnd nil intcrmcdlaUi
TKNNKSn HlVKtt, KVKtlV TIIIIII3DAY BVEN
Tim Alpha roniipcl clonfly nt Danville with traitM
for ClnrksTillo, Howling Oreou nnd Louisville, anil
at .HWmionvillo with trninafnr NakIivIIIr.
Hemming nhi- eonncftta nt Cairo with gtcamera and
tralni for all olnt.i. nnl9tf
AIUO AND PADUCAH
Th ll;ht Hrniight paxjengorPtcamer
n. r. NOHtIIEKN .Matr,
J. M.lJKVKItbY -..Clerji,
Wil. makn renuler DAILY TIMPS between Cairo and
Paducah, leaving Cairo iery menlng (Sunday cJ
cepled) at (Ivp o'clock.
Thn White connect nt Paducah wll't tho Now Orlcac
and Ohio railroad, and thoCiiinborlaudauU TonueiCH
rnrircigni or paj.ngn anpiv on imatii, or to
CADEMY OK THE SISTERS OF
VAIHO, - - - Il.MNOI),
Thin limtltnt'on wnn ronntlrd In ISOiJ,
mid Cliitrtrretl liy Mie Hlnlo of
llllnnln In lfMIS,
Board iii.il Till I Ion Inelndlngbed mid lcddlnr,
washing and aUtloncry. Ir term of live
monthi - ..Jlin
Music, dancinc, alntlng and the iMijrnagc, extra
Kor further Information apply to tho
truglTdani MOTIIEK BUPEBIOH.
And Priiithnr of Y.vcvy neserltloii.
WHITi: LF.AII, ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
lli'iiahr., WhII I'ntirr ntnl Window
93 OHIO J. KVEE....
SJGNAND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
lAHIi h. THOMAS,
SKJN AND 0lt.VA3IKNT.VIi PAINTER,
Shop-In the bwenit-nt of lln- ny Nulloi.ul Ik
bllllilillK. oil OIi to l,( fr,
Cairo, Xlliia oi.
JOHN II Y LAND'S SALOON
In supplied with ail kind of
Conimerclal avenue, bet Ninth and Tenth atreel.
Tho thlrtty, who love ood tlquora, aliould give hmv
a call, anil thon who wih to pufl n fragrant cigar can
have their want Mippllcd at hi liar. dec'.'ldtt
Quooiwirnrc, Bar Fixtures, Glassware
1IOUSK I'UKNISIIINO (JOOI)N,
Noa. INS anil I HI, Com. Av. I OA1HO 'LI.,
ClIEAl FOR CASH!
llulue. Card, (Ilrlfloli 91 to 47 per IOOO
NteninbOMl lllll Ileiula S.ttoSH or 100O
KHveloie, 85 tog per 100
lllll II end - . . 811 pir tti'nw
Other M'orU In iroiorllou-
Wi: (tUAUANTEE SATISFACTION.
HOOK AND JOU OFFICE
Thraton'i; UulldlHff, Tenth St.,
;OIUco County 8 up' l of Hchoola, I
I'airo, Alexander Co., 111., Augutt 'A ISO.
VaIipa 14 hnrnhv plvftn Ihnt nn ThllrfldaV and Fri
day, tho 2d and ard of Feiminliur next, applicnta for
talnnor'i CArtlflrnteN wllf ho CTamlned at tho Puhlia
Sohoal ImddlnK, corner of 13th aud Walnut Mtreet.
I.KW1S 1 . IIUTI.r.ll,
County Mip t &cnooi,
pURE OKYSTAIi LAKE ICE.
t:t ni.li Tjiv. dilro. Illfliolt.' U nrenarml rn fnrniil.
citizen or it6auiboita with the ntiovo pure artlclocf
co at tho Iowohi market prico. Citliona will be re
gularly aiipplled by honeii, accommodating aalemeo.
Orders from abroad aoliclteii wtW3n