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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MAY In, 1873.
JOUN II, OI1EHLY, E.lltor And Publisher
TK11MS OF THE DAUA PULI.ETtN t
On weok, by crrlr 25
Onn Taarbr carrier. In Advance.. .. 10 CO
One Tear lir carrier II not pill In
Dne month, br malt 1 W
fhrea months., "00
Blx months '
One rear 10 00
TI1K DOLLAR WKEKLY 1WI.LKTIN
John IL Oberly has reduced tlic auliscrlp
tlon price of the Wkbki.y Camo lli'M.aTtN
to Out UolUr per annum, makltu: It the
cheapost papar publico J In Sou thorn llllnol
Tux fox Are Journal Is In a rage. Lord
help It llttlo toul.
Spxakir Hlaisk mil tpcml tl sum
mer on the Pacific coast.
Tnr gamblers of New Vork citv Iiavo
gona out of the )uslncs in Anticipation
.. - .
Tnt congressmen in 5t. Louis Arc en
jojing a "high old drunk, ' and ociAslon
ally making a remark or two about cheap
Tnr Chlcaeo 'Times' Intimate that th
Now York ' World' ii "au organ of tho rc
collection called tha Democratic jrtv,'
which Is good confounded pood.
Souk of tho mombori of tho council pre
tend to bellore that tho ordinance) must
l publlihed ten times. "Wrong, boys t
The ordinance are published but ono time
The Louisville 'Courier-Journal' docs
not like tho secret sodotr part ot the
farmer' movement against the railroads.
But does tho 'Journal' like anr othor part
of the movement?
Cuicaoo does not llko the St. Louis
Congressional Convontlon, and thinks It
will not be much. Chicago looks at tho
convention, as It does ovorythlng concern
log St. Louis, through green spectacles.
The president has appointed Jackson
Schults of New York, commissioner to
represent tbo United States nt tho Vienna
Exposition, vlco Gen. Van Huron, sus
pended. Tho Interesting question now Is,
who is Jackson SchulU?
Jcdok Pierrkpont of New York, lias
Uen offarod the Russtan mislon. If he
should accept ho would be out of sight to
memory dear, and somebody else might
go on the bench as chiof justice. It has
been thought that Picrrepont was tho
coming great judge.
The '.Sun calls us John Ilonry.
"Wrong as usual. Our second name is
HlghUyor. "Wo woro named after a
steamboat of thrtt namo. It was fast in its
clay. "We ain't. That Is tho dilleroneo
tmtwfl ..,,,.-,.1 1 .l . . ...
.n.k ni:uuiuuum arm iwoGUicdee. or.
in oiuer words, tho boat and we.
AY II Tier tw i ,w tuoiiew lork'Xri
bune', has been sued for libel by one 11. F
Camp, who claims that ho was referred to
In an article In tho 'Trilmno' as a " typical
oia raspl"nJ "elironiodead beat," and
wno considers tbat flfty thousand dollars
will not moro than pay hfm for the injurv
dono toils roputation and his Toolings.
Hon. Charles It. Inoiksoi.l, tho
newly elected governor of Connecticut
denounces an irredeemable paper currency.'
Bo doos everybody. Hut what docs Inger
oil mean? How can wo get b&clt to
apecte payments, and how would tho con
traction nocessary to bring about that de
sirable rosult please that groat body of tho
peopio now clamoring for an expansion of
the volume of tho circulating medium
Jack "Wintek is troubling himself a
good deal about The IIulletix. What
was that little financial matter which cre
ated so much trouble in the Arab ftro com
pany? Wo have never said anything
aoout teat, but wo have a child among the
wild children of the desert inking notes,
no wnen ne nas completed thorn, faith
weji prim em. If J.ek will fight ho
uaii cave an we have in the shop.
Ohicaoo is to havo a grand Jubilee con
cert or series of concerts under the au
spices of Gilmoro, tho world-ronowned,
on tha fifth and sixth of Juno, to con
clude with a grand jubilee ball on the
vanlngor the second day, at tha Pacific
hotel. The concerts aro to bo givm at tho
railroad depot, the largest In the Won, of
th Lak Khora and Michigan Southern,
tho Chicago and Hock Islam! and tho IV
clflc Railroad companies,
D.L. says now that he said then that
there would be 1,000 squares of all kinds
of publications during tbo coming year.
"We don't believo a word of it. Tbore
will not be tfty columns or any kind of
publications made for the citv In anv
)nm wumu toe next aecaae, 0r else 'our
namo Is Nellls or Myers, and if Itlseliher
we shall bo food for the fishes In ten rnin.
utes After the fact is made apparent to our
Tnr Chicago ' Times ' very truthfully
syi that Judge Lawrence occupies the at
titude of a man seeking to get a Judical of
flea as tbo candidate of a special Interest
created by the very laws upon which he
xpwtsto adjudicate. A great out-cry is
raueo oy tue railroads because their ant!
monopolists havo nominated a candidate
X r. f . f -
u uppvimgn l0 tueir candidate. "Who
Rave tne railroads the right to select mdges
of tha supreme court?
Di Hlamj, tbe commander of tbe.Mc
Knry forces In Louiuiana, has for! a given
Wine the outrageous word "Alciblades "
H. wa. a noblo .oldler and fought In near
If ,v.ry battle In VJ,Binik UD(lor gt0
waHJackion. Vevory much fear a lit
tU too much or the rbel builaM,
creapjnto th. antl-Kellogg roo,emtDt fn
Louisiana, kick Into th Are t( tLtf
ft w. hav been prApArlnn to u ttb-n
cooking th Radios! parly dolnB it Ul
Dr. Uay:s of Now York, advances the
opinion that tin story of Hall's death by
apoplexy, told by tho returned sallon of
tho exploring xpedltloii I a fabrication.
Dr. Hayes, who has himlf earned llio ti
tle of Arcllo otplorer by one or moro voy
ages of dl'covery to th North, say It Is
rarely or never that men die of apoploxy
or similar diseases In eitremo northern re
gion?, and believes that Capt. Hall was
murdered by a mutinous crew, and that
tho l'ularis will bo heard or in the future.
- - - - -Uit.AHARr
and Kentucky havorciolvcd
Against tha LsuIsIaha outrago, liavo de
nounced it a "An Act of usurpation,
subversive of stAto right", destructive of
civil Iljerty, and a lUgrant violation of
the sworn duty of tho oxeculivo head of
' tho fadoral government." To clinch tl"'
tiling wo 111114 now procure a DomorrAtlc
convention to Also protest AgAinsl tlie out
rage. Then the pooplo will endorso it
suro. Doalh is not more certain than that
the pooplo will tint support anything tho
old recollection called the Doiin'crallc
party embrf .
"We liavo an apology to tiiAln to
Mayor Wood. Wo regret the publica
tion of tbu last paragraph of the artlclo
which appeared in The Ilci.Lf.Ttv yostcr
day morning on Mr. Nellls. Wo under
stand tho mayor understood tho para
graph to intimate that bo had packed the
committee against lis. Wo did boliovo
that ho had liUccI Xoltlt on It bocama
Xcllis didn tllko Tnr. Ilfl.LlriV, but wo
aro now satisfied our suspicion nns un
founded, We bellovo tho mayor would
not have put Nellls on that commltteo If
ho had known how unfair a man Netlir is.
Who said tho majority of the
members if tho printing com
mittee wcro Jiot good men?
Hittenhouso and Morris aro llrst-rate men,
but Nellls ; well, hn won't do. Ho don't
try to do. Hut then we wouldn't abuse
him. Far bo it from us to utter ono word
that would wound his feolingt. II o hns,
we know, a sensitivo heart. An unkind
word pierces it liko steel. He has only
one fault or two, rather. Ho don't like
us, and in othor respects Is not exactly
what he should bo; but, then, what of
that? Wc don't caiu. He lias a right to
bo cussed mean if ho wants to bu.
The New Orleans 'Uorald' h a now
New Orleans Journal aomothlng over n
week old". Tho 'Herald' Is opposed to both
the contending fa:tions of Louisiana, but
ust how it intonds to restore peace to that
rouchilistracted state, does not appear. In
a lato issue it givos a cartoon which is a
fair representation of the condition of
Louisiana. Tho slato is reprosontod by a
feinalo flguro grasped on ono hand by
McEnry, on the other ;by the tax col
loctor, rifling hor pockets, and
rithing in tho hold of Kellogg, who, with
his arms around hor neck, Ii choking hor
to death; underneath li;written tho. words,
"nhy don't ibo koep quiet?''
OTWlTllHTANiiiNu the Uteusss or tho
season and tho lovaro "cold snaps,1' which
havo boon moro than usually
b ....v. faii oi tho winter and
through the spring, tho fruit or Southorn
Illinois has not suffered to tho oxtont
which has beon suppoiod. Of apples,
thero will be considerably moro than half
a crop In most localities, and noarly full
crops In othors. Tho poach crop has not
been materially Injured. It will bo
somowhat late. I'lurm, clierri and
grapes will bo abundant. Mrawbcrrlos
tfero retarded, and will bo late and tho
viold not so Inrgo as usual, but black
berries, raspberrios, currants and goose-
berries will Lo abundant
Thk 'Sun' objects to our remarks nmdu
yesterday morning about that littlo sheet
and its editor. Wo appeal to the rucoid.
Wcio wc not forced to take up the cudgel .'
lias not tho 'sun' poured the rnya of
scorching iuvective and sarcasm on our
hoad Tor tho last wocV ' Didn t we endure
tho infliction in sllenco for a long time
for us ' Then we sadly took up our lend
pencil and procoodoil In a sorrowful man
ner to editorially spAiik the pestering
Demosthenes. Wo laid tlin wayward
child Across our knocs and wnllopnl him
to tho tune uf "The Dovil lloAting Tan
birk.' Ho look tho punishment phil.
osophically, and now.wiplng tho tear from
our oye, we shall lay by for a time thn In.
strumenl of torturp.
The genius of the 'Sun, the great and
good if not tho Immortal Demosthenes La
fayctte Davis, oditor And solo proprloto:
of tho luminary of Antrim s gArrot, th
fox.flro Journal, has publicly asicrtcd that
if the city should piblish ono thousand
squares of ordinances during the coming
year tho city would save ovactly 1107 by
giving thn printing to the garret concern
Tho fact is, one thousand squares would
nil fiity columns of The Hullemn
nobody but Nellls and tbo deputy sboritf
and Davis himself could bo induced to
believo that moro than ono hundred
squares will be published during the year
Demosthenes, Demosthenes, bu a. named of
yourself, sir. You are attempting a gen
tie fraud, i ou are a gay deceiver
When next you preach tako this for you
text. "A naughty person, a wicked inun.'
It can b found aomowhere In Proverbs,
and you might make a very happy appll.
cation ot it to yourself.
A NKW PAPKH,
That elegant pink of morality, lato
president and peculiar financial mana
ger of the Arab Fire company, Henry,
alias Jack, Wintur, and that other high-
toned citizen, Deputy Hherlll Myers, to
getber with a fuw other wounded ducks
propose to establish a newspaper organ fn
Cairo within the next ninety dsys,
We congratuUto this community.
oucuan "organ" will beajreat arquisl
tlon. Myon will write tb heavy polit-
kal articles, Jack- control tho morals of
tho shoot, .log preside of or thu local do.
partinent, Hill Lee havo an eyo to the
marketi, and Miss iVinsor anutno tha
tripod as fashion editor,
Altogether tali will be a lively team.
and with spicy contributions occasionally
vw uraunopptr Ham, Hllppriry Hill
Down-ln-llie-hccl .lauies and olhors, it
will soon take rVnk with tlio linfiounialt
of the day.
It is taid .Mr. Myervvhoso Dsmocraiy Is
unfiuostlonod, Intends to mako tho paper,
which may be named tl.o 'Utile Joker,
with the motto "Now you see her, and
' now you don t, an orgAn of tho untcrrl
lied. .iiccm4 lo the new enterprise '
"a MVK OH 1)K.A!'"
A gmitlcmnn of tho tiAmo ot Col.
Charles I), ilobinson, of Wisconsin, has
written a letter to a paper In that ilatf, to
prore that tho Democratic party Is not
dead but alive and kicking in tlio most
encouraging manner. Col. I!oblnoii Is no
doubt i ragacioiis politician, 1 In bns
filled our bronst with tho most ploasurablc
emotions. Wo had almost coma lo tho
conclusion Hint tho course of tho Demo
cratic party In Ibo w,ir, its lolly In ISO8
and Its apathy in 18T2 It Vnllainlinghaiiis
and Seymours and lllairsaml Alox. Ste
phontcfe and a host of such blunderers Its
rweodisin in Now York and its identifica
tion with tho Credit -Mobillur robbery
and the bnik-pay thloving, had soinewliHt
marred its fair proportions if not killed It
outright. Hut then wc may bo mistaken.
Wo havn often before beon miitnkon, and
may bo now in our peculiar ideas
about the Democratic prty . but
ac don't see much reason lo hopu It will
cotitiiuiq lo oxitt to any good jturposo in
tho fiiturn, and, In facl, wo aro of tlio oiiln-
I Ion of tlio Clilcngo 'Timos' that It Is elm-
ply a recolloctlon, very ploa'anl to sonio
ninl a niglitiuaro to a host, who regard it
as the old adrocato of huinnn slavory, the
tool of tho South In Its rcbollltus intriguer,
tho obstructor of tho Union armies and tho
hot-bud of political mistakes, follies and
(.Times. However, Col. Hobitison mav be
correct, aod tlio grand old party may still
bo allvo And vigorous, or If dead may bo
resurrected by tho twist of some political
LKNOTII OF THE LATE .SESSION.
Not a few good natured souls, possessed
of an economical turn of mind, aro grum
bling because tho recont session of the gen
eral assembly was too much on tbo order
of llnkod awoetnoss long drawn out. Thoso
good peopio, backod by tho pres, which
will not allow anything to pass without
Hinging at it tho rotten ogg of abuse, do
claro with grot omphnils that It thoy had
beon In the asombly It would havo ad
journed six weeks after tho commence
ment of the suasion. There is no wisdom
In reasoning with thorn. Tlmy .oi- and
that is enough.
Hut, notwithstanding tho confident as
sertion of these good friends of rapid leg
islation and economical government, wo
aro of the opinion that thu session could
not, under tho clrcumstanco;, liavo been
Tho election of our friend, Hon. Hichard
Ogh'by, governor, to tho senate of tbu
United MaUs, was, aftor organization,
tho first thing in ordor. A weok was spent
In tills patriotic work in carrying out a
oontraot tnudo botweon patriotic Kadicala
Tor tho good of tho country. Nobody of
dominant party should nhjurl In ilt.
Then a roscss of a week wa nocessary to
allow tho majority of tho aisombly to ro-
turn home, and rccclvo tho congratula-
lions ol tlio gratiflodjOglosbyltoi. Where
Is tho traitor to tho causo of hiimtn frco
lorn, who will daro lilt up his voice in ob
jection to such unjadjournmant '
liter tne return ,r tho legislature It
found the railroad commlsiion illsoran
ized. Gov. Ilcvorldgo wouldn't appoint
farmers, and tho farmers wouldn't permit
tho confirmation of any other kind of
coinmis'ioners. Tho diillculty adjusted,
then the legislature was compelled to wait
until the decision of the supremo court on
tho railroad question had been rundorod.
Whon it was pronounced and thu rallrond
law Ml as unconstitutional, thon tbo work
of tho smaiun bogan, but two months of
time had boon wasted.
When, however, tlio assembly gut at
tho r.iilroa I quoition, it wa found to bo
up-hill work. The railroad committee in
tho house reported two bills, and the sen
atonent tu the house ono bill on this sub
loot. Thu three woro sont to a third read
iliK, and were there debated one day.,At tho
adjournment of tho homo on tha't day
there wns not a meinbor who did not be
Hove each oftho bill had beon provon to
bo imperfect in almost every provision
What was to bo done ' To Iimu recom- ;
milted the bills to tho house railroad com- j
I v mm uunil IOIIV, nild to liaV
forced a vote urmn them would havo ro
suiiou in mo uuicai of all. Tho home
theroforo rAiscd a special railroad commit
too of thirtoon and tent all thu bills relat
lug to railroad nutters to It. That .-om
mlttco appointoda subomuiltteo of Ih
nuu uio uio mujoL-i mio its Keeping
ino suo-committoo in a short timo ro
ported the bill which has becomo a law.sub.
stantraiiy as it now stands on tho statut
book. I bo houso passed it after discus
sioii. iuo senate amended it. Tho houso
refusod to roeode. Tne senate rofusod to
rocede, and appointed a conference com
o.moo oi uva. i no nouso also app.nntod
n uuiiiorunco committee ot llvo, two of
whom had beon mombors of thu sub-corn
mitioo that drafted tho bill. The confer
oncocommittoo agreed after considerable
uiscussion on a report. It was made to
ootii nouses and was adopted bv a vnrv
Ifl Dii-nn ,1 I I , . . .
... .-.wui.,. miK mo rauroau iol' i. i.
tlon was disposed of tho asuomblv
Journed, and we venture to say that no
oiuer oojy or men could havo taken hold
oi iuo railroad question, under similar cir
cumstances, and havo dlsposod of it with
moro expedition, Tho sosslon was, it Is
true, a lengthy one, but necessarily m
Tho members wcro industrious, and with
one accord labored to hasten an adjourn
ment, but they did not adjourn until tl,.,v
had disposed of tho railroad question.
h'luuru St., Ht. Com. A Wash..
CAIIIO, 1. 1. NO y.
(t bartered March SI, met,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIHO
A. It. SAKKOltn, President;
i. S. TAYI.OK. Vlcc-Prepldent;
II. llVsl.ur, Secretary anil Tie
). M. lUnci.il,
I "AC l O. bCHCM,
II. I'. Hallidat.
), M. rniLlirs.
Depoallanl ny Amount KftoelTroB)
ivd iruH upwirai,
NTKHKST caid on ileDoslln at the rl ni
i iiftrcrai. iri Duuiu, m.ivii int.na Bcntum.
hit lit. iDlfrenl not withdrawn it .ddod imm.
lrcfDt. per annum, oinrrn uina Hapten)-
illatflj lotre principal of tho deposits, therebt
ItiTIDK liiriu vwtoi'wuuv. ,uivirii,
MARKIXI) WOMEK AND OlIILDRXN MAT
ti THAT OO 0!( IU I CAN Mil IT.
Opn Tf rr bmln.s Jay rrom a.m. to S p.m.,
and h!urilar t-.or lor BAV1.NO UEI'OSITt.
onl., irom into eincit.
auvtl W. HTSIiOI'. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. fULlilJJAY, Preside!.!
HKNKT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-Presldsai
A. H.8AFK0KD, Caehler;
WALTER HY8LOP, AnHlta Otihip
Haaat L. Hallidat,
(llO, V. WlLllAHSOl),
Koiibt II. CrxaiaaaAii,
W. P. IlAtLIIiAT,
Kxohnna-r, t'olo ssnd United Nialr
Honda Bns(lis sssad Hold.
and a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. .Mn.LF.it, President.
J. M. P1III.I.HS. Vlcc-Prei.id. iit.
''"J CiJXMxnilAU, Ca-hltr.
COLLECTIONS PKOMITLY MADE.
EXCnANtlE, coin, bank nUa and UniU:
Btaten eecurltiea bounlilALii fold.
Infernal Allowed on lime DfiiIU.
WIN EH AMIS LIUODHI,
II . SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLKSALK Jiooisit(5,
on io livxi
Alio, keep conitantlf on hand a most com
plele slock of
iOOTOn AVD IHIBH WHIAKIM
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "Winn
& Co. are aio agent lorSnen.
;r. Mehuy .V Co.', I'ltt-lxirir :il.;,ofwlifi'h n
rire atoi-k U k.-jit contailtly oil huiiil ju
iclr wholo-alu etorc.
MRS. .M cGEE,
On KlKblh H'.reet, between Commi rcial and Wash
nIOM Aienuea, In ilal'r recei?in
LATKUT M'llINO ANX 4'MM Kit BTTtM.
4eit lull line of
BONKBTB & HATS
ITrimmed anil uatrimmeri.il
FltENCU FI.OWEIW. KIBBONd, TIIIMMI.NG8
oi Ml klnile, Lacen, etc., eto.
K.,n:JrA,!lc.,e",.hu"h,,J:0 U, ",",ni"t "
And all other arliclea uiuallj oun4 in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. MeOee, In addition to her rttock ol
Unoy and Millinery Ooodi, haa a lino ami
Complete uHeortmcnt of Cincinnati Ciietom
nmde Ladles' and MNsoh' Shnna nml 'i,u.
lrcn Ilootc, Illack and in Color. Those
art-acknowledged to he tho llnet and hest
flZ n,A"fA: V .y"".'" Ie only
mm,, mem a specialty
HOME rT!JRjJ3DJH l
omcr Twelfth Mrcet and Washliigtoii Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of St. I.oulM
OOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
mill,,. ,i.r .7-. :'.""" . .r? "" oi
. r""" ounce, jimiea, .lluale
MwuincH mjJ l'ejiojical, hound neat
the lowest pokblble rates.
l.. - f AAAAOVAU it I V V V. 1 (111 I V
COMMMMION AMD rVHWABBIHa.
FORWAKMNO and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI OUR;
And Afeats ot
OHIO aiYIR AMD KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lhveb,
COFFEY, PACE ic CO.,
A .V I)
FLOUR AND COUNTKY PRODUCE
OA I KO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS job KAIRUANK'S SOA LES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. H.1.1NQIH.
C. CLOSE, "
fiENERAL COMMISSION' MEItCHANT
And drulrr In
l.IMK,'UF.MKNT, lI.A"jrKB, II AIR. F.Tf.
JV u i i '. ,.
131 will c!l In car load lot, at in uiiilac
Hirers' prices, adding irellit, 4.'.'.ll
J. M. PHILLIPS Hi CO.,
(Huccessors lo K. II. Ilendrlcas A Co.)
Forwarding and Comraiasion
I.ILwral Adrancemeula made
Are prepared to receire, itore and forward
ireignu to all points and buy and
tell on commission,
"IlmlneiK attended to promptly:
MERC HA NT
No. M OHIO I.KVKK,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
S. I). A YKIt.4, K. J. AVER
A VERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illh.
WOOD llITTflNHOUHK & RRO
General Commiision Men'ii10'
Our Homo Advortiaers.
UTMNOIS CENfiULlr R 1
100 !! thn sjhortcit Monte
ElKfaty Mllca tbaShorlra t Bn ale
TO ST. LOTTIES '
NO Oli'ANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIKO'TO I
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO. 1
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
, , OM CAIItO TO
Cincinnati, i..llaoaioll-, Toledo,
Detroit, CleteUnd, NlnKtra K.lli
Huflalo, I'lttalmiK, Wlilnton.
Ilaltlmore, 1'hlla.lelpliia, New York.
Iloslon and all ioinle emt,
Mllwaiikle, Janentllle, Madlaon,
l.aCrosne, Hi. Caul and all points north.
lhl l aim Die onlr dlrrtl tr im- to
llecalur, llli)oinlni;ton, Niini(eld,
I'rorla, (illnojr, Keokuk,
lliirlmulnn, llock Inland, I.n Halle,
Mendoia, Dunn, Kreeporl,
Ualena, Dubuque, 810111 City,
Omaha and all polnte nortliwert.
Elegant Drawing Room Slooplnc Ca"
On all Night Trains.
H'Mage Checked to all Important point.
For tlckeli and Infortunium, applr to I. C. H.ll
depot it alro; on doard tlio transit steamer I
tweeu Colnml.in and Cairo, and at the princliK
rallroa I ticket offices tliruUKliolit the outli.
W. P. JOHNSON, (len'l l'a. Ak'I, ClilcafO.
A. MltcittLi., Oen'l. Hilp't. ChlcaRO.
J. JOHNSON, Ag t, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD A N I) I L.LI NO IS
SOUTHEASTERN R R.
On and aftor Monday, April 34th,
trains will run as follows:
TaAiia ootfo RocrnrAST,
Lea?e Vlralnta A. so a. m
" HprlnnBeld mo
,' Tajrlorvllle 10 S '
Arrire at i'na. II. l '
. . f. '
. .it "
Tatlii ooiKU noaiiiwter.
E.n 4-" ,n J-3 - m
" Talorlll 4.40 " s.
Arrive at apnna'rleld...B.M " ,....,...)
I.eare Upnnifleld. .& " e.lo "
Arrifeat VltKtnia 8.5 " (.14
BOOTH ERN DIVISION.
tAI OOUH KOCTHIl-r,
Leae Rlwood ...5.S0 a. m. 10.10
" Flora s,A i' .11. so
Arrlfe al Hhawnret'n .A ' 6 1
J4IHN UATKN, I'roprleiu..
tw Commercial Arenue, CAIRO, II.I.INOKi
Best brand of Callfo UCIjiarslu receltvj,
IIILUAIU) naloon furnl.hed with the bom
of Ub e ; and bar supplied with wines, houors
and clcarn of thenent brand-. '
(Open Day ami Mgbt.) 1
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor, '
Ohio Levee, btt, 4th and cth street., '
CAIRO, ILLS. 1
MEAL'S AT ALL IIOCJW.
tine niitv Dlnln.. Il.ll ...in.
v-nienco 1, be.Vr?,ddt. o " I ,
'; ?' "nt, mid the Kuit, will Tni i "n-
THKII1I.L OK PARK
is supplied wife the
CHOICEST LIQUOUS.WINES &CIGAHS ,
CSTMIxcd drinks prepared with care.
ST. NICHOLAS ,
i , l Agents Home Cotton Mills
03TjiaoFaaA.ar uott N0, 80 01,10 ,'evee, Culro'
ltESTAUUAKT. WABU I10BK'"'S.
"""""" A TTTTTT--
- nLsr-T-, DjALKKS IN VflHDOW SlIAUW,
DAMRQjq- HOUSE Wai.1. ''"P. Vvnt White
MAI.N VUUHH STBBET.
OARMI, . ILLINOIS.
Txes oianlbu!, to and from all trans
Our Homo Advertisers.
And hiij onr
4'or. Tculli alrealstml ('niiiineri lal Av,
I mil now proparcil lo limiiiir.ictiire all
buck and cnll-kln lioola. Shorn. Mllh box
Iocs rork and pump miIi-., fcolrh botloma.
nnd bi'vtd i tlifi! or any othor Mjlo you wMi.
laui iilMj iimiinnictiirliiif an nxlra oiialllv
ol liidlc, (.hoc. My itiiileri.il and work
liMlMiip nio warranlcd to br ol Ha. (r,t, i
nm determined lo tint tiii,.r.0, ior
mine iilnllty ol frnoiN.
Itcpnirltn; ilmif iieally and on short
n,"' It. .IonkV
NEW ROOT AND SHOE STORE
Al I lie ft Inn ol the Bi:i BO (1 1.
CoiiNen or Hevkntii Strert and Wami-
CM HO, 1 1. 1. 1 SO IS,
.,)i'll.Vi'c '.''! " a11 lllc lllns of Cairo
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
Krrnch, Scotch and American camlmera
or all colorn, and heaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
And at the lowest I,riCe. A line lltind llrtt
clam work Kiiaranteed. SatUfactlo In all rt
j 'r.i:iTenlli nnil Hoplar Sa,,
Inform, tho public that he hasemrat'eu Iti.
I ;V"lrl'r.,of Ir-t-'-lA"" Waiton makerand
i...u r im-cia.. itorv shoer and Isreadv
to manufarttiri-and epiirnll kinds of wori
In this trade with nnalraml
NEW LIVERY STABLE
- , between wahu n avenue and walnut
Dr. II. r. I'M,!. Inform. In piiMic that U r.a
I. I V K It )' .V T A U I. R
onhenorlhwe.t enle of T.nth ilreel t. nam
His (i'.Uai will Le furnished with none but
AND (JOOD VEHICLES,
and tho ptibllo may be acrommodated !
! 7lf t,l. ,.ljy M"1 "'But with nafe "
on the lowt'.t ti'rni',
.,,r.,..n!cl,1"i 'A,ys " "llar'' of Pnhllc pstrtK1,
and yl l endeavor to merit It by fiir d S
and .trict attention to bus) '''lr"
aNKW YORK STOaIK,
WHOLESALE AND RET-ID.
I LAROEAT VAIUETT STOCK IN KK CtTT
GOODS SOLD VERY ODSK.
4'orurr or nincloenlh (treat tad Cons
C. 0. PAT1EII
WAQi . MANUFACTORY
Salo at Wholcsalo or Retail.
OOllNEIl 32D.HTIIEET AND OHIO LKVE
BKMIS, HROWN & CO.,
Lbau, Linhked o.
,V, .. "' " .mry to call and see It
hey cannot fate luom.y, a- I will -dl "ry
t, ii" ,"l"l,lf,,l the old motto. 'l'li
Nimble Penny i, ltetter than the Mo v h &
Swm Turpi,,,,,,, Q
Suftc, Alcohol, Etc., b, '
WajSIb10" avenue and Eleremii itr.et,
0'""' ' UllKou
US OHIO LSVKB,