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1'OIILIHITKD r JOHN II. OTIERLT A 00.
Mi II. HARUEI.L, AHHOCATI( KDITOU.
FRIDAY, HHPrEMRER .1. law.
Arrival ami Departure of Malls,
(Cairo Post Office, February 2 1803 )
(Timn of cloning.)
horth (through 3.lJiR.in... 3:up.m.
North way) . ...... :4 p.tn IliOUpm,
Bouth through and wny). 4.00 n.in ....lt:uo p.m.
Houih i Memphis AW. O,)..,4:0Ua.m -fcwp.m.
Ohio tiler route........... 6:(M p.m :uup.m.
Mississippi Hlrrr roiito.)
Tuesdays ami Fridays... :M) p m 7:00 p.m.
Charleston, Mo., Tuesdays
Thursdays a Batiirdays-11:00 n.m . 11:00 a.m.
Thelxis, doow Islam nd
HunlaFe ... eiOOp.mKri. 7:0.)a.m. Hat.
Ohio M vo rout depart every dty except Mondays.
J.M.UKAHAM, P M.
Illinois Oatiftl K. K., Chnujt or Time.
On Sunday,' AugUMt20tli,tiio following
tlmo table will take effect and govorn
Bntll further notice:
Mall train leaves at.-. .............. J.30 o'clock a.m.
Kipreas " " ............. 2:40 p.m.
Mall (rain arrive at..... o'clock a.ra.
Hxpr .......... 2.JO p.m.
Way, leafrs at.-. ....... SO VlK:k a.m.
press, " ...... ........ A Vi " p.m.
Way, arrives at...... tiiO ' p.m
Heavy domestic JOf cenU per yard;
food bleached mualins at fiom 16 to 18
Judge Green and lady have returned
. I . .. I - r. i m ... .
iiuiu lutir jwtay .tiouniaiu lour.
II. C. Bradsby, esq., was In the city
this morning. He took passage at 6 a.
m. on tho Nicholas Longworth.
To Cviluljr UMcr.
Notice la hereby given, that the pub
lic laws of 1869 are now In my office for
distribution. J. U. Lynch
AuglSlm County Clerk.
Ikm't foriret that I. Itolllv is Aellinir
out Ills stock of dry goods, etc., at less
man cost, tie lias on nana ?io,uuu
worth of such goods as are adapted to
tho us s of this cllmato and people, and
will sell them nt prices from 2Z to 150 per
cent below tho retail prices ruling In the
Ladies cloth palters, fulilotm!Io and
durable, nt 1,15 per pair at Keilly'i.
- - - .
How often must the uecssitles for pub
lic wells orciterns be impressed upon the
rnlnili of our city authorities? A train
last night prlvato cistern wero robbed
of their contents because there were uo
public cistern!, and njrnln thero was n
scarcity of water. Hhall not this great
want be supplied without further delay?
The people ask that it shall be ! A'liat,
then, is in the wav?
Best French merino IK) cents" per yard
at Rellly's. '
Sjnrsl r Thank.
To the firemen nnd citizen ofCalro
who assisted us In the work of rescuing
)ur property from destruction by flrothis
morning, we extend an expression of our
heartfelt thanks. That our losses, al
ready heavy, would have been much
heavier but for this generous assistance
we are confident, and we tbereforo feel
that to them, wo owo much of that which
Is spared to us. E. & W. Buder.
AMciamral for INStt.
Notice is hereby given to jdl parties
concerned that the assessment roll' for
Htato and county taxes for the year 1609
is now deposited in the County Clerk's
dec, where thosamomay bo cxamiucd,
and all persons having complaints to
uako may lay them before tho County
Court to bo holden at the Court House
n tho first Monday in September next.
W. A. Redman,
Assessor of Alexander County.
Aug. 7, I860, dtd. (Tinies copy.)
Ender's Stomach Bitters! "Tno beat
For Sale. Eighty acres of the finest
Walnut Timber Land in tho country,
situated in Mississippi county, Mo.,
four (4) miles northeast of Charles
ten and within eight (8) miles of Cairo,
Illinois. Said laud Is adjoining John
Hwank'a farm. Also ten acres of School
Land situated threo miles from Cairo,
Illinois, on tho Cairo St. Louis railroad
ror terms nnd particulars enquire o
B. T. Wh Raker's Drug Store. No. 10S
Commercial avenue, Cairo Illinois, dtf
Everything below cost at P. Reilly'n.
Daa HlrVa Only wn Clrrna.
The lover of arenlo sports will doubt
less greet the great original Dan Bice to
morrow in a crowded houso. He will
spread hlscauvasa on tho corner of Tenth
and Poplar and open doors at 2 and 7
o'clock p.m., and will glvo tho publlo
sueh an exhibition as Dan Rice only can
Who has not laughed until his aides
AChetl at the witticisms, drolleries nnd
orhrlnal hits of Dan Rico? As a clown
his fame is world-wide, and appreciated
no whore more than in Cairo whero he
has always stood high as a man and
ahowman. Those who fill his payllllon
hero to-morrow night will oojoy his
quaint aud funny sayings, hia Dau Itlce-
lams for the last ime, mis ueing nis rare
well campaign In tho United States. Lot
us receive tho "oiu leuow," wi?n a rous
ing house, and thus assure him that in
Cairo, at least, his rare and peculiar gifts
are appreciated.. Tho press commend his
show In the highest torniH. Dan, h'lm-
seir, neous uo commeuuaiioii.
for New Tobacco.
On Tliurmluy of Inst week, wero sold
the flrt two hogHliead of now tobacco
brought to thin market during the pres
ent season. The owners were the fortu
nate winners of tho premiums offered by
the PlanterH Warehouse Company for
tho first and necoiid hogshead of now to
bacco offered, bcalden realizing very high
Ttie first premium hogshead was grown
by J. C. Cooper, Esq., of Ballard county,
and wftB sold to K. H. Cunningham, Eq.,
one of our leading merchants, at nine
dollars per hundred. The second pre
mlum hogshead was grown by Stephen
Moore, Esq., of Hinklevllle, Ballard coun
ty, and was sold to A. B. BafTord, Esq.,
cashier of the City National Bank, at
three dollars twenty-flvo cents per hun -red.
Tho premiums given wero, for the first
hogshead, twenty-five dollars iu uionoy
and for tho second a two gallon Jug of
Billy tichutler's best.
leatorday there wns a hogshead of
lugs Bold at $0 GO.
Tho sales throughout wore satisfactory
and there were no rejections.
Best Merimac, Bpraguo and Couheco
prints at P. Rellly's for 12J cents per yard
"Barrett's" is not sticky or gummy.
Triable Abonl Two Hetties or Air.
One Absalom Jenks, a country lad,
was before Bross yesterday, for raisiuK a
fuss in the bagnio presided over by the
mastodonlo tiarah. His principal offense
was that ho and his companions swilled
a lot of her ale, and when informed that
the price was one dollar per bottle, they
were thunderstruck and refused to pay
it They could buy better ale in tho
country for twonty-flvo cents a bottle,
and would see her before they'd pay
her a dollar. Absalom was fined $5 and
trimmings, amounting to something
over $10, which was equivalent to ?fl per
bottlo for the ale cousumed by them.
Feeling greatly angered at the prose
cution, Mr. Jcnks cross-flred, and sued
big fc?nl for soiling nlo without license.
True, he had paid her nothing for the
ale, but she had "boned him" for tho
pay, and had the price beon twenty-Jive
cent, sho would have got her money.
Tho proof was sufficient and Sarah was
lined $10 and trimmings.
Hoop skirts 'S springs, GO cent per
pair, at Rellly's.
Chills Cured in Six Hours, by Ender's
tiootf Hard fir Wood
Mr. J V. Turner is receiving
a supply of splendid hard lire wood
which he will deliver In any quantity
desired in any part of tho city. Now is
the time to haud him your orders for
whiter wood. Ho can and will deliver
it much cheaper than it can bo bought
tvro or three mouths, henco whou tho
roads become rough anil muddy, and as
to the quality of tho wood, it cannot bo
surpassed. Ho solicits orders for any
quantity from a half cord up to fllvo
hundred cords, promising to sell at prices
that will defy successful competition,
Four-quarter floor oil cloths, good ar
ticle, at 65 cents per yard at Rellly's.
Don't fall to use "Barrett's."
I. C. H. M. raaaraJ Trala.
Couches for funeral trains can be
chartered on tho basis of flfly passeugert
to each coach. All in excess of Ilftly will
bo required to pay tho regular faro. Pay
mont for such trains must, in all coses,
bo made in advance. A baKeaco car will
be put on to carry tho corpse and pall
bearers; but no passengerw will bo allow
ed to ride in it.
Tho nrlco Is fortv dollars for one coach
and engine, no charge being made for
thebaggago car. Each additional coacu,
Sept3 4t Agent I. C. It It
- a, n i mm
"The Best in Use." Endows Stomach
- " i I..
Dlauoard to b IVulr.
B. S. Hagau, a young gentfomau from
Wetaug, becamo exasperated nt Ilariott,
a popular Levee saloon keeper, and felt
himself called upon to cleft tho said Bar
rett's skull with with an ioe hatchet.
Ho drew tho terrible weapon and would,
most nrobably, have used it, had thero
been no Interference. Arnold took Mr.
Hagan in charge, and esorted him to the
'sou Ire's offloo whero ho left something
over ten dollars, to heal the broken peace
and wounded dignity ofthe municipality
Nothing wanting in "Baraett's."
Ffttlaro of Aaotfecr laaaraaeo Compaay
Our dispatches announce the failure of
the Farmers and Merchants Insurance
company, of Quinoy, Illinois. This com
pany haaa good number of policies In
forco in Cairo, and the holders should
immediately uhungo their insurance to
old aud substantial companies.
SaHbrd, Morris A Candeo represent the
largest aud soundest companies of tho
country, uud we ndvlso all persons hold
ing polldlcs in the Farmers aud Mer
Chants to upply to them for a policy in u
Cut glass goblets $U per dozen,) and
other glassware in proportion at Rellly's.
"Barrett's" popular hair restorative.
A XO Till: It FIKK.
Nix IlulldliiKM ltttroycl.
(4KKAT TjOKM OF PKOPKHTY.
Cairo has boon subjected to another
disastrous visitation from flro. About 2
o'clock this morning tho grocery storo of
Mr. Cyrus Closo on Washington avenue,
near tho corner of Eighth street, was dis
covered to bo on Are, and but a few min
utes elapsed boforo the building was ho
enveloped in flames as to defy tho most
determined oiTorts to enter it The
crowd that collected at once bestowed
themselves to tho work of saving the
contents of tho adjoining houses, all of
which wero of wood and doomed to in
Yontablo destruction. From Close's
grocery tho fire spread cither way, Im
mediately involving the building of E.
& W. Buderon the ono side and that of
Herman Bloms on the other. Tho gal
lant Rough and Ready Are company
were promptly on hand, and poured
upon tho burning pile a stream that told
visibly from tho start, nnd in tho end
no doubt saved many thousands of dot.
Iars worth of property. The steamer of
the Arabs, most unfortunately, had been
out of order soveral days, and when an
attempt was made by the company to
usu the "Little Arab" the end of the
suction hose collapsed, and was repaired
onlyafter a half hour's hard work. Du
ring all this while and until tho fire was
arrested tho Rough and Readies kept up
a steady stream, working with a tireless
assiduity and without a slnglo mishap.
We do not suppose that any of them re-
Joicoattho mishap of the Arabs, but
they are all proud ofthe work they did,
and of the fact that they "threw tho first
From tho building of the Messrs. Buder
tho flro swept down Eighth street and
consumed two ono story cottages ono
owned by Mrs. E. H. Oiwald and occupi
ed by Mrs. Payne, and the other owned
by Mr. Robinson and occupied by II. S
Hascall. On Washington avenue the
flro was arrested in the two story framo
building belonging to the cstAto of S. B.
Halllday deceased, and occupied by C. T.
Hlnde, hiq., ns a residence. Tho Messrs.
Buder, Jewelers, lost a valuable portldn
of their stock, embracing f-o vera! watches
that had been left with them for repairs.
Tho moro valuable articles of Jewelry,
watches, etc., had been deposited In tho
safo, which could not be moved from tho
burning building. It was opened this
morning, and the contents taken out, in
a damaged condition. In attempting to
move the safe, Mr. M. V. Young was se
riously hurt, and was conveyed to a
neighboring residence, whero he still lies
in a precarious condition.
Mr. Bloms' stock of groceries, valued
at$5,000, was destroyed, wllh the excep
tion of $2,0 or $300 that wero conveyed
to tho street during the few minutes that
it was possible to enter tho building. Mr
CIoso's stock was valued at about $3,C00
nnd was entirely consumed.
A portion of the Buder building was oc
cupied by Mr. Joe Hubbard, as a tailor's
shop. His loss was comparatively small.
Mr. Clias. T. Hindo saved a portion of
his furnituro and olothing. His loss,
however, will amount to sovoral hundred
Mrs. Payne and Mr. Hascall saved qulto
all their household furniture, but neces
sarily in a damaged condition. Other
parties in tho neighborhood, moved a
portion of their goods to tho streets in an
ticipation or the worst.
The total loss exceeds twenty thousaud
dollars, tho greater portion of which is
covered by insurance.
the following insuranco is carried by
companies represented by Col. J. 8, Rear
den: Cyrus Closo on stock,
Imured Aurora Ini. Co
$ 100 00
Miami vauey iDaurAiicn Co
Tatal on Biota-
Harmon Bloms on stock,
Aurora Insurance Company
Merchants " ' Cincinnati
Merc Ivan In , " Chicago........
. 1 GO W
, 1,000 00
Total S3,00U W
E.& W. Buderon stock,
Houthwestern Insuranco Company f 1,000 00
Total., , ,. $1,750 00
On huilHInn In Knmrpnau lai. Co . TW 00
Estate of 6. B. Halllday, on house, in
companies represented by Ha fibril, Mor
ris & Caudee, $2,400 00.
The cottages owned by Mrs. Oswoid
and Mr. Robinson, were, we are inform
ed, Insured for $300 each.
Had the Arabs steamer been iu order
the rcsidenco of Mr. Hindo might havo
been saved. It is well that the "RougbB"
were ready for tho conflict. But for tholr
heroic Mid tireless exertions tho greater
portion of the whole block and a valua
ble portion of the adjoining block would,
inevitably been destroyed. All honor to
them as an A No. 1, hardworking and
Invincible flro company.
If you 'want a good stove, or tinware
hollow.ware, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin roof, gutter, or anything in that Hue,
call on A. Fraser, Commercial avenuo
beteen Eleventh and Twelfth streot,
where he has moved to, ar..i fitted up the
large?' and niost complete shop In
Particular attention given to stoaui
boat and mill work, copper smithing
aud sheet Iron work, sueh as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
Letter Heads printed at tho 'Bulletin
Ofllco for J 9 00 per thousand. JT
Ender's Chill Cure Never Falls.
A regular meeting of Delta Iidgo
VNo. C08F. and A.M., will ho held
at Masonic Hall, this (Thursday) ovc
ning, at 8 o'clock.
C. It Wood wa an, Seo'y pro tern.
Six HtmnxKD Dozkn moro of tho eel
brated "Mason" Fruit Jars, perfect and
siraplo self-sealers, (he lctt in Amtrtca
Just received and for sale at reduced
prices, at tho Quoenswaro House.
Parsons, Davis A Co.,
Jy22tf Nos. 6 and 7 Tenth St.
"Barrett's" is a No. 1.
Earthcrn fruit Jars aro the cheapest and
when thoroughly glared, inside and out,
like those on sale at Parson, Davis, A Co
they are as reliablo aud durable as tho
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VALUABLE
In purauancsottheproTlilonsof tho last will and
teitairtent of Raker Gordon, late of Capo Girardeau,
Mo., deceMcd, a copy of which In duly reoorded In
the Mecordtr'a office of Alexander county, IllinoU, In
record book "A. A." paces 191, etc., tho uuderxlKned
executor of aald taut will and tr.Ument will! offer for
aale, at publlo auction, at til front door of the court
hoiiiwi.in the city of Cairo, Alexander coiiaty, Illi
nois, on Monday, the 30th day f Heptember, at two
e'etock p.m, that valuable Ut, with the Ursa two
atory atare and dwelling Iheraenltuated on Twen
tieth atreet, betweeit Poplar and WaahinKtoa atrecta.
and near tho court liouir, and known ana deiignated
on the recorded plat of f aid city a lot No. si. In
block No. 41, In the Aral addition to tho city of Cairo,
llllaola. From it location, bolnr wilhln a abort dia
lance from the court hotine, thin property la deemed
aadt'lrahleaaany in that pert of ihoclty,be Incadapt
ed alike to, buaineaa a for realdance purpcare.
Tiam. One-fourth raih, the balance in 11 montht,
wllh not, bearing Interest, secured by trust-deed oa
the property. Pouesilon given on day of aale. Bale
conducted bf C. Winston.
BeptSwtd WILLIAM C.RANNRV, Executor.
JEW CLOTHING 1
Bvo x-Iy tlxlxxas W x o ai lx
BARGAINS FOR THE PEOPLE!
Harms; closed out their o!d stock of Clothing, h.Me
brought on a
Large and Nplcudld Nteck
Which embraces etery kind of
Fashionable fjrntlemrn Wear,
And such ait Is Halted toatl clapim.
They would ek. eepcefil attention to their supply or
XX a taw cs.xa.cl Oapaj,
In which they profess to lead the rnvket Alio to
Which embrace all style of Cloths, Cnirneri,
Tweeds, etc., from which they manufacture
cia)tjii.u to okiii:k,
III (he liet manner, nnd strictly f.hIon.Me. Their
(cnilcmvii'H FuriilNhinfr Goods
Is rery ctimplete, Including many nuteltle new lo
fure tx own tit to this market.
TRUNKS, OK EVKRY HTYLB, VAM3KS, CAIU'KT
Asourcd of their ability to sell goods frem their new
Mock, cheaper than ever Iwlore, they rely on a dis-
rtmtnallnic public to extend them the pationage they
iirnrtrr. MiUt itlf
Wholesalo and retail dealer In
PURE CRYSTAL ICE,
Comer Eighth Street and Ohio tevc.
Ice delirered to all ruts nf the city. All orders from
abroad promptly filled upltttosepl
PENNSYLVANIA 'CENTRAL B. B
61 Miles the Shortest Route to New York!
At Pittsburg trains from tho West run direct to the
Union depot, where pajwengera for Harrlsburg. Haiti
moro, Washington, l'hlladelphla, New fork. Ilostoii,
and ail thu Now England towns, aro transferred to
trains of the
Iluy you tickets for Now York, Philadelphia and all
nolnUKajit. via the Pltlstiutr. Fort Wavne ft Chicsuo
and the Pennsylvania Central Railroad. The train of
make close cocneeUona at Mattonn and Chicago and
the entire trip to New York is made with only two
changes of ear.
Elegant Wide PaHeugcr CttrH,
Kalasxl Koofa aalproweol Ncatal
Theta cars nm thorough!) TrntUntod and provided
with etery modern Improvement neccsrary to the
safely and comfort of travelers
STATE-ROOM fsLEEPIXG CARS,
Hun through to Philadelphia on all Night Traint,
and New York via Philadelphia and Allentown, with
out change, altordlng Piusvngers a night of undln
tuibed rest, and
lMtniiluB- litem Its Xciv Turk lloara Iu
Avaare or an otaer Uaeil
And In time to seture Hotel aacommodatloni ticroin
the arrival of tho passengers by olhor routes.
To Doston and New England passengers this routH
Is especially desirable, us it gives them an opportunity
of seeing the tlnost views among the Alleghany
Mountains, besides visiting Pittsburg, Philadelphia
and New York, Wltaant stains Caat.
Mr All New England iiassengern holding through
tickets will be transferred, with their baggage, to Hull
and ltoat Connection, In New York, without charge.
Four Daily Trains Loare N. Y for Boston.
Thirteen Dally Trains Leave Philadelphia
fur New York.
Via Jersey City and Camden and Amboy. Distance,
00 miles) Time, hour.
This Is the only route by which passcugtm can leave
Chicago Saturday afternoon, in a through car. This
train leaves the Pittsburg, Kort Wayne fc Chicago
llailway pepot at 6:30 p.m. and runs through uilhout
delay, arriving In New York at ttw Monday morning.
Honrs in Adraace of Other Line ! 3
The t:00 p,m, train from Chicago ai riven in New
BM)ttD;4la.m.thoHECONl) WAY, a I-a Mobm
la Advamcei or any oltoes- Katl trith opr.
veepondina reduction to BOSTON, PU1LAUKLPIIU,
BaLtIMOBK and WASH 1NQTON.
Mr luggage checked through to all stations on the
Line of tho Pennsylvania Railway, and to lUIllmoie,
Philadelphia aul New York, from Pittsburg, Chicago,
and all princiiud Western Cities.
ar Rates of freight aud express freight to any
Eastern point, .are at all times nil favorable tin aria
charged by other lines. . .
aW Through tickets tor auin at the principal 0rtk'O;
la Ihe West, HOWARD H. WILLIAMH, ,
Oeneisl rJuperiatendent, AltooaaPa,
A L. KIMBALL. l"asreBerAont.l)lilcMO.
pOK KAS'IPOUT AND WATERLOO
UKflULAR THUItlNn.W PACKET.
.jdmjn 11,0 "2"f dmuglil -(('amcr I.PR1,
effigy P.'ll UYMAN, Muster. W.K.BYKRH,
CIcrH, will learn fur the ntxivu nnd nil Intnnnedlat''
TKNNKfrtK RIVKR, KVKIlY TIIUR8DAV EVEN
ING. The Alpha connects clofely at Dunvilln with tralne
for Clarksvllle, Howling (Jreen nnd I.nulsvllle, and
Ul uiinnuiirilli Willi irnin? I'rr ivi-iiTllin.
Returning shn connects at Cnlro wltli ideamera and
trnini for all olnts. aulOtf
QAI KO AND PADUCAU
The light draught passenger Steamer
R. T. NORTHERN - -..Mailer,
J. y. BEVERLY ..Clerlr,
Wit. make reguter DAILY TRIPS letweon Cairo and
Paducah, leaving Cairo every evening (.Sundays as
cepted) at five o'clock.
The While connects at Paducah wit'i the New OrhtaAA
and Ohio rallrool, and tho Cumberland and Tennessee
For freight or psaee spplv on tosrd, or to
M.J. BUCK LET, Agent.
lanlVill Cairn. lllliuiU.
ACADEMY OP THE SIKTER8 OF
CA1M.O, ... IM.INOIM.
Thlo Inallliit'on foaudrcl in MM,
aud Clint Irrrvt Uy 'tie Mlnlo of
llllaola In 1MC8.
Board and Tuition IncludlnglMvl and boddlnr,
waihlng and stutlnnrry, per term nf live
Music, dancing, painting and the lii)giisgt', extra.
For further information spplv to Ihe
sjugl7dam MOTHER bUI'EHIOR.
LOOK ! LOOK!
And Prinllntr nf Every llesrrlptlou.
PAlNTEK'lS MA'l EKIALrf.
F. PA UK Kit.,
WHITE LV.A1), ZINC AND OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Brushes, Wall Pnner anil Window
05 OHIO J.liVKK. CM HO, ILL
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
QAIUi L. THOMAS,
SIGN' AND 0i:NA3IEN'i'AIi PAINTER,
Shop In the hasenielit of the ity Nsflnnsl Dirt
budding, on Ohio I.evee,
Cairo, XU-lx.1 oim.
JOHN II YLAND'H SALOON
Is uppliel with oil kinds of
Recr, Ale, Vc.,
Commercial avenue, bet. Ninth and Tenth streets.
The thirsty, who love good liquors, should give fate
. and those who wish to purr a iragrant cigar can
have their wants supplied at hl bar.
Qnpenswftre, liar Fixtures, Glassware
IIOL'HK KC11N1.S1UNO GOODS,
Noi.S5andl87,CarM,.v. I OAIIIO U
Jire.iP FOR CASH!
Business Card, (Bristol) . l $7 per l0O
Nleamboat Illll Hearts - 9H to per 100 '
Bavclopea, H to ptw !)
11 per Hcasw
Other Work In Proportloa- (
WK GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.
BOOK AND JOB OFFICE
ThrmtenN Riiildiacr, Teatk St.,
lOHlce County Sup'l of Schools. I
. . I I rr. .it ...... t ICm 1
i all o. Aliuondcr Co.. 111.. A usual iU,
xt... . , .... ..I Ttiiirail., nn.l ?.f
duy, th2d and Urd of Heptember next, applicants tor
toacher's certllicates Willi uxaiiiined at llm Publiu
SchoM building, corner of J3'1' ",divn,H ,i'le
LHW1H P. BU lLl!R
County Hup't Bcliools
piJRE ORYSTAT4 IAIOS ICE.
GEO. T. CUNIIIXC.,
(IS Who Levee, Calrp, lllincl, Iiprcpared!tofuru(ui
eltlwiis or steauitwnls wllh tlio abovn pllre artlclfof
i.ui at the towoit market nrlce. Ciiiuna win ka it.
Kiilarly s implied byhonesi, nccommoditlax aieaiu).
.fl," urucia irom auivauaoiiciiCK, lirytranal
. ssTsatBllwii" '