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I.1SIIKI) IIY JOlt.f It. 01IE11LY A CO.
II. II AltllKI.I,, ABSOCIATK KDITOR.
ATPRDA V, OCTOIJBU" 1809.
DK.MtH HATIfJ TICKKT.
"tnljor of the fonrontlnn to Alter, Itetlsonr
.-viin iHi inn i iirisiiiiiuon,
wim.ia.ii j. ai,m:.-.
I'or rumty Judge,
Tor Associate Jil'tlcfj,
JAJiK :. Mccitim.
For County Clerk,
jacoii u. lynch.
For County Tratirer,
louoiy nuixrinicniieni or I'm. he .-whnnii.
I.KWIM I'. IIUTLKIt.
For Couuty Purveyor,
noilKKT lVINNTOIT. f
o Pmlnrlo "'1.111 fx.. (IT
v 'uui.t II viiiii vuiu. i 11 iittci
rt class day board ul Walker & OIbh
rontauraut, at $5 per week. tf
io largest nnd best furnished billiard
In Southern Illinois Ixthut of Walk-
leRov. Dr. Coo has returned and
hold services In tho Church of the
.einer to-morrow, as usual.
ery thing usually found In tho largest
try, Is on salo at Rlttehhotise mid
the morning of October 2nd,
.,'Ic, wife of K. C. Ilauck. Her re
ii will bo taken to Huntingdon,
i., f r Interment. Funeral i-ervlces
be held at tho Presbyterian church
LilJUI&V UL 1 it' J II. III.. WIIII'II iniiiino
ncpin.ntaticcs nro luvltel to attend.
u Ivnvls" Wl l llvo lilt'li to.morrou'.
.0 1'? I Mi cabin, at noon to-day,
observed among other Sunday pro
us, a cat tluh about (IionIzc of a largo
there In not a 11 rat cUc.me ofchol
norl in In that cabin Hunday night,
hall mini our gue?a widely.
cwrs. Htmtton, Hudson h Clark have
it cbnd out llielr Mock ami will d
ilnate their hiulner! co partnership,
llu If.uii lll remain In the city and
tne btHnc-"?. Mr. Clark proposes to
to in Tup h, Mi., where ho will
In the grocery husiue?.. Of ilr.'
(tan's nl&ns Wo have not henn nil.
ill nut nope Ho win tint conceive It
sary to leave the city.
io .ui. uirmei Democrat, (radical)
i M.n? 1 . I ..r II.,. -.I...
' .. ,.V IVtUUIAl U Hl-J VIIIIM
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in i j v imago, iuukum room ill wairui
t Utter paper. Wo havu lived long
JKh In ( ilro to ouscrvo tho rooultflof
iMili.g those "better" papers In Cal
if, hjwtvir, any gentlemen has
u in jiii v uiuiiii uu mis unv uao ior.
j'.d I g.ad to ceo that irentUirmn
c t'.o xp rdncnt of improving on
'Tl'm i 1 We have no nvendon to
l Wo rather Ilk-It.
Hack, ci'red and fancy drew llk at
tenlnusc and Hnnny'H. St
ra 1 1 y, of the Etllngunni 'Democrat,'
tdvocatiiig a repeal of the law. that
nrt Is t ho Illinois Central railroad
tirtnm (n tinv fiv.tr tf, flirt Kliita rrVilnu-
r seven per con t. of ihe grass earnings
tho road. Ho would releaso tho com
ny from that obligation and their prop
y as other property lu taxed.
V proposition of that kind, submitted
a vote of the people, J would reculvo
out llvo thousand votes lu tho Stato of
Inols no mere, certainly.
"Jtarrett's" never-falling hair restora-
Union linen 2o cents per yard, at
There was quite n gathering of colored
ksat Mound City Thursday, tho object
lug to determine tho propriety of so-
. i i . . . i .it.. , .i
.'ling a ucicguiu io represent mo eoioreti
oplo of Pulaski county a, tho constltu-
nal couvontlou. Tho crowd was ad
eed by a Mr. Young, from Memphis,
id a Mr. Huston, of Cairo. Tho meeting
IJourned until this evening, wlion tho
legato will bo chosen.
In the evening a largo number nt-
uueu u leimvui nuui iur iitu ueiieiu oi
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loFreoWlll Bajitlst church, (colored)
' Mound City. Tlio colored brass band
oiu Cairo, furnished the music ?
Largo ttock of carpets and oil cloths at
Ittenhouso and Hauny'. 3t
Llnon siieotlng 12 quarters wide, $1 75
mts poryard.atRellly's. tf
Mr. J. L. Osborne, of tho Arm of J. L.
sbomo A Co., of Cincinnati, tho woll
nown tent and awning manufacturers,
rrlved in tho city yesterday, Intending
) erect hero tho now pavllllon Just com
iotod for Charley Noycs; but the In
cmenoyoftho weather frustrated his
urposo. Otherwise, wo should havo
sen one of tho best made, symmetrical
ud elegant olrcus tents ovor spread in
Jgypt. Mr, Turner Informs us that tho
3nt covers an area of nearly live thou
'Mid feet, being 105 feet In diameter, It
'as constructed at a cost of about 2,200.
is thoro is a constant and growing de
aand for articles In the lino of Messrs.
). & Co., in tliis section of tho country,
fo have no doubt but they, could omplpy
ho advertising columns of tho Cairo
Bulletin' to signal advimtnuo.
Thel.lhrnrjHrrtliiK I.t Nlichl.
Tlio high school room was filled last
night by ladles, gentlemen and children ;
but owing to tho absence of tho speakers
named, tho program mo Was disarranged,
and tho result was not an satisfactory on
It otherwise would have been.
Miss Jennlo Warwick read, a paper
glvlnga brief account of tho origin, pro
gress and financial condition of the
library; tho county superintendent But
ler, indulged In a few Impromptu re
marks; MIssch Steele, Phillips, William
son, Hunsakor and Clara Harrell furnish
ed music upon tho piano; tho pupils of
tho high school Indulged In light gym
nastics, and Mr. Kaufloiau's excellent
string baudfllled tho Intervals with vory
Tho conditions under which citizens
can sccuro;aoces8'tq the -Jlbrary and the
use of Its books, wero stated ; and as many
persons would, probably, becomo mem
bers if they know how to do so, It may
not be out ofnlacejto state the conditions
in this connection : By tho payment of
flyo dollar to Ik)ytG. HFoote, treasurer,
M. B. Harreilj secretary, or Michael
Howley, librarian, any person can secure
a certificate of stock entltlinghlm or her
to ono voto In all stockholders' meetings,
and frco access to the library and tho use
of tho bookS for the period pf one year.
By the payment of ono dollar (o the li
brarian, any person can secure soertifl
cate that will entitle hlm!orhcr to tho
UBeof the library for the period of, threo
months. Pupils of the high sehool can
secure access, to tho library and the uso
of tho books, for the period of ono year,
on tho payment of one dollar, or for the
period of threelmouths, on the payment
of vG cents. Certificates of life member
ship, which aro equivalent to five shares
of stock, and secures to tho holder frco
access to the library during life, can be
secured on the payment of 2. In cash or
A number of persons proiont became
members of tho association, and others
Intimated a purpose to do in at an early
day... , -.
From and. after till dati the librarian
will he present, inlie library room, every
Tuesday and Friday evening, afler
frchool hours As ,thu library already
numbers alioutllOU volume.", mostbf
them ettyidurd worU, thefr is no good
reaionVliy it hnll not soon becomunn
ohjecr ijf, a(tract(on tft the reading people
ofnrc!ty 2 t
"Barren's'' does not airoct the systo'm.
. V :
"Tho Best In bVe." Ender's Stomach
Threo cases uper!or Loudon Bock Gin
at cost, at the Evening Bulletin' ofTlco.
Shell oysters, red and1 wlilto Ihli,
game in fceason, tubjeot to order, night
or day, at Walker $: SUson's restaurant.'
C Imr' iiRnltiit l. K. ,'lnriltul t.uaiif
u he following paragraph was published
among yesterday's dUputchi':
It Is reported thntpartie lu high hIiiimI.
lug In tho republican ariy in Illinois
hnvf forwarded to the president written
rharirc of otllciai mkeondimtuKHlnsl tho
I'liitt"! States Marshal fr the .Southern)
dlntrlrftof Illlnoli. J
Wf l - no means take' Jt for granted
that tliu.-o idany foundation fur tho
above report. Wo aro Inclined to think
that thoro Is not; that the report origin
ated Im an irrepresj-lblo desire of Home.
body to utep Into Col. Logan's ofllcial
boots. Tho "grab gamo" going on
among the placediunters of the radical
party, is .simply dlf graceful. So corrupt
and unhebltating has that element, (and
It Is tho predominating ono) of tho party
become, that character goes for naught.
Tho radical xvho can forward his own
schemes by blasting tho reputation of
his fellow radical proceeds to tho dirty
work as If It wro a labor of lovo. There
Is no depth of meauness or political de
pravity to which radical ofllco-seekers
will not descend to accomplish their
alms. Wo aro Inclined, to think that
this conclusion will Hud confirmation in
tho raid agalnstCol, Logan.
If, however, coulrary.to our present ex
pectations, thcro U ground for tho report
cd ofllcial misconduct of Col. Logan, why
thon wo shall fall back upon our original
opinion, that D. T. LInegar, Esq , of this
city, Is tlio man who should havo 'been
"Barrett's" studies the hair.
Good all llnon shirt
per dozen nt Bollly's.
bosoms nt ?2,50
About four thousand dollars worth of
boots and shoes for salo at Rellly's nt 50
per cent, on ihe cost prlccl tf
' It-fciltillniiH of Kcicct.
Whereas, It has pleasod Almlgthy
God to romovofrom our midst one or our
best members and from tho bosom of his
family an atl'ectlonate husband and kind
father. Thoroforo bo it
Resolved by the officers nnd
mombers of the, company thnt
In tho death of our brothor member
Charles Kblo this company has suffered
an Imparalla loss and his wife nnd child
ren that of an ctfectlonato husband nnd
a kind nnd Indulgent father.
Kesolved, that wedooply sympathize
with tho bereaved family in the loss pf
ono so beloved nnd dear to them and
would commend them to tho kind ser
vices of Hini who tempers the winds to
the shorn lamb, and is a husband to the
widow and a father to tho fatherless.
Besolved, thnt wo bury our departed
brother with the honors of a llreinun, ns
Is provided by tho Constitution of the
Company, regulating such cases.
Beiolved, that a copy of the foregoing
resolutions be sent to tho bereaved family
and published In tho Cairo Evening
'Bulletin,' nnd!prend upon tho records of
Jos. B. Tayi.oiI, Fecretnry.
thi: ciiicis to -Me; i it.
A Dry Partition, Comfortable fteitU, and
nn Kxlrnorcllnnrjr Exhibition.
Let no ono remain away from tho cir
cus to-night under tho delusion that tho
enclosure will bo muddy or daup. Un
der tho tent thcro will be no evldenco of
a rain fall within tho past month. Tho
ground and neats will be perfectly dry
and the show I It la unquestionably tho
best that overspread canvass in Cairo, It
contains tho best riders in tho profession
A standing challenge of $10,000 that
Wooda Cook, a mere boy,ls tho best bare
back, somersault rider In tho world,
stands unaccepted. At a recent exhibi
tion, in Louisville, this boy threw twenty-five
forward somersaults, oltho baro
back of a horse at full speed, and then
crowned the wonderful achievement by
throwing five backward somorsaults.
Tlio gymnasts and acrobats connected
with the troup are also unsurpassed a
fact that will be acknowledged when It
is remembered that they comprlseM'Car
ty, tho renowned loapor, tho Wilson
brothers.and'othera of scarcely lest merit.
Old Clark GIbbs, will, as usual, dole out
his sldo splitting drolleries, quaint nnd
Irresistible funnylsms, taking caro to dis
criminate between wit and black
Thn afternoon performance waj a great
success, as a performance; uui io ucior?
. . . i . t i . n. . - . n
mine UIO wnuuers-ji. wuieaiuu company
is capable, attend this evening. Boors
open nt 7 o'clock.
Ender's Chill Cure Never Falls.
To preserve hair use "Barrett's."
Striped, plaid aud plain llauncls, of al 1
grades, at lllttcnhouse & Hanny's. 3t
Bui-Trying the Oliln Illvi.r.
General Wetzel has dispatched from
Saw Albany, Indiana, a f-urveying party
of five, under Capt. Moirlll, to make a
complete and perfect htuvey of the Ohio
from the falls to Cairo. The party Is
making tbu trip In a large, canopied
yawl, thoroughly equipped - such details
as wlllowed llasks having been caro fully
looked to. At tho Grand Chain, com
mencing abouttwenty miles nboveCalro,
the party will remain sevenl days, and
make a most searching elimination of
(hat most dangerous portion of the river.
They will take observations as to the
utility of ostttbllshlngllghts (hero in such
positions as will, on dark nights, Indi
cate tho cfianncl for steamer. The sur
vey will probably involve the labors of
Best 5 quarter pillow, tiip
cent per yard,;iit Beilly.'s.
Bitten! "Tlio best
Irish linen, i-elllng at 133, now 51 15
Irish linen sold at 51, now 75 cents; and
good Irish liuen at 50 cents, at Bella's
.S.iin. Wilton' lliinl Slorr.
Sani'J. Wilson has ,auinod full per
sonal control of his burlnes house, and
will hereafter conduct the business in his
own name. He is one of tho oldest nnd
most t-uccoisful business men in Cairo,
aud all his life has stood high among
river men, with whom, chiefly, he Is call
ed upon to deal. During the past four
teen years he has given his business his
personal attention, worklug night nnd
day, to forward it and accommodnto his
patrons, ns fow othur men would havo
had the energy nnd physical ability to
havo done. Hence, his success was
richly deserved. Resuming, as ho will
henceforth, full control of his establish
mnt, ho promises his old river patrons
and others, the same attentions and ac
commodations they have received at his
hands In years gono by. Ho will bo
found, ns of old, nt No. 110 Ohio Levee.
Dress goods, strictly seaaonablo nnd
fashionable, in great variety, at Bitten
house & Hanny's. IU
Wltcrc to liny Yonr I'nll and Wltitcr
Messrs. Hellbron it Well aro now opeu
iug and making their Fall and Winter
goods, nnd wo nro wnrrnnted lu snylug
that they open rich. Such n display of
beautiful dress goods, every stylo of do
mestic and foreign fabric that isstrlctly
fashionable; suoh a supply of prints, now
and elegant patterns; nnd sucn a stock
of trimmings, holsery, ladies collars,
cutis, handkerchiefs, velvets; such an
assortment of stnplo goods, nnd ovory
thlng else that U marketable lu tho dry
goods line in Cairo, nro not to bo found
elsowhoro In tho city. Moro goods nro
yet to nrrlvo, but the ladies nnd gentle
men of tho city lu want of Fall nnd Win
ter goods will llnd nt Messrs. II. & W.'s
n full house, nnd overythlng now, season
able aud In Btylo. The prices will bo suro
to suit, ns tho firm has adopted it ns n
rulo, that no person, legitimately in tho
business shall undersell them. The ladies
especially aro Invited to call.
, i . .11 ll II
Largo stock of staple goods nt Bitten
house and Hanny's. 3t
The Goodall brothers, with tho last ves
tiges of their printing traps, left for Chi
cago by tho train, this afternoon.
During tho past two years, Mr. II. L.
Goodall has boon publishing n small
sheet nt tlio Union Stock Yards, in Chi
cago, under the name of tho 'Union
Stoqk Ynrd Exchange.' It Is tho pur
pose to ndd tho matorlal of tho Tlmes'
to thnt oflloe, nnd publish n larger paper.
If wo aro not inlstaken, wo havo rend In
tho columns of tho 'Times' that the Chi
cago oillce Is self-sustaining.
"Barrett's" Is just the thing.
iu:ijcri.sK.TATi i: coatrcx-
Judge Wllllniu J. Allen Xnuiliintcfl.
The democracy of the First representa
tive district, represented by delegates,
mot in Dongola nt lOo'clock to-day, nnd
ofTectcd an organization by the election
of Dr. Dodson, as prcsldent.Jack Hodges,
as vlco president and James Murray as
secretary. All tho delegates wero present
,ln person or by proxy.
The Hon William J. Allen was placed
In nomination before the convention as
a candidate for the office of Member of
tho Couventlou to revise alter or amend
tho State Constitution, and there being
no other nominations, Judge Allen was
declared tho choice of tho convention, by
acclamation. Tho vote was utiAuiinous.
cards 05 cents per
Braclay Brothers, "Barrett's" agentai
Particular attention Is directed to tho
advertisement of book for tho million
Marriage Guide In another column. It
should bo read by all.
The IleU t'nokttiic Move In tin- Worltf.
A broad assertion but the Puclflb, to
bo hud at C. W. Henderson's, Is that'
stove. Call nnd see It.
The powers of Mrs. Whltcomb's syrup
for children are ns positive ns tho sun
light from heaven, nnd gentle and sooth'
lug as an angel's whimper.
Sept27 difcwlw '
The Pnclllc Cooking Stoic.
Tho universal testimony is that tho
Paclllc conking stovo is tho best In use.
Buy no other kind until you seo ltntC.
W. Henderson's 100 Commercial nvcnuo,
Ilnrniiiutit l'n inc.
The best nnd prettieit cook stovo now
A now lot Just received. Call and see
th'em at Beerwart, Orth t Co., 13G Com
mercial evenue. SepCdwlm
Desiring to clean oITiny lumber yard,
perparltory to engaging more extensively
in t lumber business this fall, I wllli
hell the stock on hand, consisting of ash,
oak, hickory, cypress, poplnr &c. of nil
sizes aud dimensions, cheaper than it
enn bo sold nt nny other yard In thin
tection of country. I will take in pay-,,'
ment nt par, city scrip, county orders,
aud school .scrip.
W. M. WlMJASfS,
Cairo saw mill.
Cairo, Sept. 23d 159. 1m
Attention is called to Dooley's baking
powder, the purost article of Iho kind'
ever manufactured. A great Hvlng of
money can be made In purchasing Dool
ey's baking powder, as one pound will'
lat longer than two pound of those o
ordinary manufacture. It cannot be
equaled for making light bWeot rolls,
biscuit", waffle., corn bread, &c, Ac, nnd
Is nlwnys ready, reliable nnd not nll'ected
by the action of tho wonther. For tnlo
by grocers everywhere mw&f
I urge upon persons who contemplate
purchasing n piano to call at Prof. Blais
doll's Coiifeervntory of Music and seo tho
now "A. Sumner, St. Louis plnnos"
which I furnished hi in through my
ngency. I hnve nl-o received somo new
plnnos nt my rooms on Eighth street,
nenr Washington nvcnuo, which nro for
rent, with tho privllego of purchase.
I nlso have Smith's American Parlor
Organs for rent with privilege of pur
chase. All instalments sold by me nre war
ranted for llvo years.
I extend an Invitation to everybody to
call nnd see the Instruments.
J. C. C.utso.v, Agent,
oetl lw Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Smith's Toulo Syrup has been (.ouutor
felted, and tho counterfeiter, brought to
grief. SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP.
Tho genuluo nrtlclo must hnvo Dr.
John Rl'u.'s private stamp on each bot
tle. Dr. Jou.v Bull only has tho right
to manufacture and sell the original
John J. Smith's TOXIC SYRUP, of
Louisville, Ky. Examino well tho label
on each bottle. If 1113 prlvnto stamp Is
not on tho bottle, do notpurchaso, or you
will be deceived. Seo my column adver
tisement, and my showenrd. I will pros
ecute any ono infringing on my right.
Tho aemjfjw! Smith's Tonic Svhup can
only bo prepared by myself.
Tho public sorvont.
Dr. John Bull,
Louisvlllo, Ky., Oct. 23. 160S.
Good towels, ull linen, 20 cents, each,
at Rellly's. tf
ArrlrnU nuil I)cHrturca l)ui'lif ih Fust
Ike Hammitt, Coluinlmn Wm While. PartueAhi
St Joeph, HI Lnulr, New York, Louiarllle;
Mnrlilol'ity, ilo M K Kors) Hi, Vlcksburj,';
l'aiilino Carroll, SI I.ouls. (
He Hamiiillt. Coluinbm; Wm While. Paducah:
M i: I'orij th, fjt Louh; fit Joseph IlU'kinau;
1 Carroll, N O
."aruie 1.115. vicaiuurv
The weather was cloudy yesterday
ovenlng, and n steady rnln foil nearly
nil night, continuing until lOo'clock hjs
morning, sluco which tlmo tho sun has
appeared nt intervals nnd thcro is a pros
ptot of clear weather. Tho tompqrature
i quite cool, with tho wind frorn tho
The Mlfsss.slppl is rising from St. Lotil"
to Dubuque, with a splendid stage of wa
ter. The Missouri!.') falling and rnthcr
Tho Ohio is falling at Pittsburgh, with
5 feet in the channel, and stationary nt
Louisville with four foot In the ennnl.
Bore tho river has fallen four lushes.
Business continues fair.
The Belle .Memphis, Cnpt. Crane, Is tho
regular packet for Memphis this ovenlng.
The Clara Scott, Capt. Duncan, Is tho
regular packet for Evanavlllo to-day.
The White Cnpt. Northern, is the re
gular Pndncah Packet this evening.
To-m orrow, the Rubicon, for Vicksburg
The Stonewall nnd Olive Branch Branch
for N. O. tho Arkansas for Arkansas and
Lumsden for Evansvllle aro to leave.
Cnpt Clias. T. Hlndo Is Agt. for nil tho
If Yon Want
Material to mtku a JolUr boltlo of tho Imt Hair Hc
toratlTeeTcr tinoJlor restoring gwylialrlo idem
intl color, icml JAccnts for a package. v
If You ffniit , y
Slco While Tcth, JTonlthy Gunn, mut n wcct breath
end for our TUKK1SH DE-NTIUFICB, price, 3
ir Yon wiuit
A cur euro for ltc-fulacliH, Catarrh, Poafaon , or bu
lng In tlio Mti, cn t for our HrERNUTATORY
Prlco SS cents, jgg
M Either of thonboTo sent pont-palil on receipt
A(Jlr!i Joseph K. Lotlur, 131 Markit Mrcet, St.
Louis, .Mo. p7 yrtnW
A Knre Collection. ttoivtaiitt'N llTcifN.
MagioArt.i, Wooterlos, (.;., comprlfinij ralnnU
Information fW uTr)bMly, Sent by mall, (frcu of
po'taje) for M I'ettt.
.VMrcM It, K. NOKMANDY, M .Market trcct, St;
I.ouI, Mo. ge--7 itawly
Of nearly one hnmlreJ receipts fr making bramly;
all kinds ot Wine, Gin, Ale, Ileer, Curdtols, Superior
Cliter, ami mnr-h other uefnl lnfarmatlen for thofe
ilettllnglnormanuhcturlagaoyof iho rtbor, either
tor Iho trade orhotm iie.
Kent by mail, free of postage, tor 60 cent. Addreia
It, K. NOllMANM", Hot Mnrket street, Si. IouH, JIo.
Now jlnrrlrtKe (Initio.
ANTSSAT Toil VOtW'O .MK.V, mi lWftsieal
Krrorf, Alwcesand liif, Inci-knl I r.mth m1
Ially .Manlmo'l, ! !; reate uii;.. .l,iu' til to MAIt
HIAOf:, with sure mean of rrlirf. hent n rlo4 let
ter i nvele, frw ef tharxe, Addree-, Ir. ft. SKIL-
I.l.S IIOniHl vN, n-.w.inl Asoetli..n, I'hiladcl-
I'. r. ei7ito3ni
pOR EASTPORT AND WATEKLOO
IlKCULAK TXll KSIlAY lUCtSBT.
T. O ftYMA."Otiiter, W. K. BYBIIS,
ubik, wilf leave fur the abort and all taStrifkti-'
TENjfns.K Kivnn, kvkky thuhsdav bvkn-
The Alpliaeonneefo-loaely at Duiritl with troln
for HarkhVille, IW.xl.iig 6r mtrl IMilMrllli-, nnd
at JohiikbRTdle with truiiuifur Noahrlll.
ltcturnltie site conn ecu at Cairo with M earner o.r
traint ror hii tMitit. auiotr
U1BO AI?I) PADlic'AU
Tka lifU'l drauajhl tanaM-IUMr
V., T. .NoHTULliX-.. ...M.Jla'rr
J. M. IlKVKlfl.T m-.-...7Z-0
Wil make Tt-n .Ut tiAU.YTRU'HUw.aet. Gain. na
I'alti-ah, Irav - r r. etry erenlnj (Sitaday ore-eep'-l)
at ;ire ' look.
Ihe Vhii-' u at Pv-'uctfb r,l '. theNewOH-e:
and Ohio r ir..-l, and tbeCuraberiasdaad T ' n'
UnSS-ltl SSm ntnoie.
EOULAIt CAIRO AND ISASTPORT
STII.UlKIt A. lUK.ilC.
I.eotM Cairo every MuNPAV KVHNINf!, makin
clote eoonectivu with liaiu at IaHrllt Am- arks
ville, and at JntitiKonriUe, with Ira n far NahUle.
l'artienhrallontlen iald to way
pROPOSALS WAN TIC D.
n I. lurrbv mien llmt the lUrk Conimttlaaan.
by the Oily C-iih.-II, will rerelvw jiropaMi Io
tl cut lw-rl. . rl
, III ihe 1 ourtti Addi
tion la thn vllr of Cn;ro.
SI'KCIKICATIO.VH-Krnco to bo aevenfact hwh, In
cludllij Uuabvaid H th pi aid fence to le Dulit Of
cyprest loanl n ineh thiek ; rails, Z0, of atprem,
alto 1 celar pot h li t long. 3 foot In Ilia crsiiMd, and
3 feet abot t! ; nald to 1 Mtrtxl aint lei dot nt
top and to stand 8 feet apart, ltrnls tn v put on with
ii penny spikr-, orrt"nri with lo vnuy nalli. The
uhulu to b a el.i.o Umrd iVnee, rind built In i caod
nnd stiUtantml iiianiior, mid fWneo tohao two larcu
nnd ihu mull guioi-, wu'.l bnioad ; the largo Kle toK
ten feet wide, mid Ihe wiiiall iumt four feet wide.
Tho w hole fcin .-t. i wli .Htth-d.
(Iround to im f need U 4'W feet wulo nnd 1,160 Iso
All of the wurk to bo pa d for in city bonds, express
ly provided for tint purpoie 1 said bonds bearing in
trrettat the rate of u per eent. per annum, andic
deemable In three, four nd five years, nnd payabto at
maturity fcr t.vxos.lieonkos tMCi all debts duo tho city.
All proposals must bo sealed and indorsed "Park
Committi'K," nu 1 directed to l.niiu Joryounf 11, chair
man, and delivered nt tlieollioe of tho City Clerlf. aito,
Illinois, prior to U o'clock noon. Octolier lot. 140.
setltd W. 1'. IIALLIPAY.
OTICE TO CONTItACTORS.
Ht!.oIed nrotvuiU will tu rreelreil br me. at mr Of.
flee. In Iho city of fa.ro. III., until li o'clock m., on
Friday, 2tth int., for clearing trie timber otf Iho new
road, just .survojed, btiweru Mhat is known as tho
I'ott's road and Jeflcnon Jf artln'n f.irm,onp and three
buarters mile, jnoro or less. All trees twelve inches
or less in diamwer t I eut level with tho ground,
nnd reinov" 25 foot frum Hie center of said road.
As payment I'or the aliovu work will bo maJo in
coualy orders, b Iders will govern themselres ac
cordiiiKly The cvuuly fo trl resene iho rluht lo reject all
bld. J. G. LYNCH,
selVJtd County Clerk,
And thoso who arc older, y iMig men and old men;
the rloh nod poor ; iho.. w ho ..ut e blank HcwIuk locks;
those who hio gray , mid ts... who, liavlna lost their
hnlr ami are gn'nipjj it ouuin all use Ilarrott'a Vcgtln
bio Hair Ileetorutire. if yon have not used it go at
once ami get it buttle. llM.-olajs' is the phxee, iu their
store is the uen-ral hodiuarterH for ine artlvlo In
Southern Illinois. Kentucky and Missouri.
Florldit Water; Hay Hum and Coloste forthoto(.
.ttind li titlL Oontult joureomforl during this hot
weather and me tlieaorefrcshmgartlijles. At tho
Dr uvt-iro on Ilia Levee jou can get what you want in