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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THUR8PAY, MAY 33, 1878. ,
j jlUS It OBUtL Kdltor and 1'uUiitlicr
TBEMS OV YRK DAIL. llULLETIN t
Oaa wMk, by carrier V 2
One year by carrier, In advance..... WOO
One year by currier U tot rild ln
advance i2 00
Vne month, by mall 1 00
farea months,.,. 3 00
Six months 6 25
On year 10 00
TDK DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberly ha reduced the subscrip
Uon price of tbo Wsirxt Cairo HcttBTW
to One Dollar per annum, makin It the
ebpt p ipjr published In 3outhorn tlllnol
A RETOLfTIO.V I
In progress In Costa
Thk postal telegraph icbome Is to bo re
rired. The tooth-pullers of Illinois hare bean
holding a stale contention at Hock Island,
The next annual meeting will bo held at
Base ball Is not "played out" In New
Tork. At rocent game there, the At
Unties scorod thirteen, and tbo I'hiladel
Tn Mrlrl burnmor. Sullivan, of
Chicago, (bfnks tbo reporter of the 'Times'
mipht to bare been cowhldod. Musclo
noa-a-days is ovor) thing in tbo pulpit.
In Detroit, wives are bought at auction
and courted week after in order that
they may becomo acquainted with their
future husbands, and either close the
bargain, or bind It. Fair all round.
Tn Oarlists are making affairs rod hot
In Spin. Tho republic will, In all
probability, go down within a few months.
Spaniards cannot appreciate froe institu
tions. They require a man with a strong
hand to rule them with absolute power.
Attornict General Williams has de
cided that tho Cairo and Fulton IUilroad
company has a right to build a bridge
across the Arkansas river at Little Hock'
If the bridge is so constructed as to not in
terfere with the navigation of the stream
The 'Suto Journal' suggests Lyman
Trumbull as a proper person to succcod
Cblet Juttico Chase on tbo supremo
bench. Mr. Trumbull would honor tho
position but, that unfortunato salary
grab. lie grabbed with the other boys-
Trie surviving principal of the late
Virginia duel, is to be tried for murder in
the first decree. Although wo do not
endorse the strangling method of ellml.
natlogcrimo, since hanging is in vogue
we hope this man be strung up, and the
seconds sent fur a term of years to the
Jcdoi Pierbiim.vt's declination of tbo
Ku'slio mission nas glveu great satisfac
tion to other gentlemen who desire the po
tion and has greatly disgusted tho gentle
men who are aspiring to the honor of
wearing tba late chief justice's robes, it
being surmised by them that P. is himself
anxious to put them en bis own honorable
Gin. ScuorUD, who has just returned
from a visit to the Sandwich Islands, has
written a letter to Gen. Sherman, in which
he says the people of the Islands are very
anxious to have their country become a
part of the territory of the United States.
The harbor of Honolulu should be ours
and all the islands. "Wo are anxloua to
have Gen. Grant declare in favor of an
Mn. Johannes Winter attended tbo clr
cus the other sight. lie has not before
witnessed a circus performance in fifteen
years. But be has become reckless. The
attacks of Tns Uullktih have drlvon
him into a frenzy of dlspalr, and a visit
to tho Chicago circus was the result. II
will soon, if sot restrained, broak Into on
of the churches of the city some Sunda
and listen to a sermon. Ho is dciperate.
Accidents will happen in the best reg
ulated families, and quarrels loo. Thore
lsQuoen Victoria, who , for many yoars
has tnjoywl the reputation of having
trouBbl up the Wt irained family in
Old England. It is now said that she is
"at tbo outs" with ovary one of bor chil
dren, whom she charges with, being un
grateful and thoughtless or br happiness,
Perhaps the Queen Is living loo long.
Lusionani, ciecutoi last Friday at
Morristown, Now York, for tbo murdor
ot bis wife, was an Italian and had been
one of Garibaldi's soldiers. His wile was
unfaithful, and ho killed her in the pres
aoe of tbo man tho prtferrod to her bus
band, but not until after she had refused
to return to blrn, and bad jeered and
struck at blm with u knife. Whether he
was not more sinned against than sinning.
is a question which it will do him no good
Oakis Ames, shovel maker of North
Easton, Massachusetts, shoveled up a very
comfortble fortune during bis life, and
leaves his wife and chlldron in what may
be called easy circumstances. To bis wife
he leaves his family resldeneo, horse, car-
rieges, etc., during her life, and one hun
dred thousand dallars, To bis daughter
iweniy thousand dollars a year, and to bis
sons alibis real estate, situated in four or
five towns near to Easton; and all the ma
cbinery, tools, etc., used In bis raanufac
lories. He also left fifty thousand dollars
in seven per cent, rellioad bonds to the
district school in North F.tston.
Tub tate Register don't understand
tba Olnejr nomintlon itt j. t0 (iV) tb9
Register' doa't understand wbyaconven
tlon ftt Olney nominated Hot. James C,
Ilea forjudge of that circuit ajilnst the
protest Of a lot of Democratic bummers
who smadeftn. attempt to nominate a tool
f tba Monopolists by the name of Declus.
Wreumft the nomination was made
tmiu Mr. Allen Is known to be found
m the rtllWftd question. While ft wm-
btreftha fonstitutionel conrontifn, Mr.
Allan took a leading part In U the de
bates, and was.ona of tin firmest advo
cates of tbo doctriMibat the, raltroad com-
ici.ftA) gtettcr thw the it at.
Last Saturday tbo ferine of LaHallo
county, notwithstanding a most persistant
and well laid plan of the Craig men. re
fuied by ft TOtc of 23 for, to 35 against,
to indorso that pontloman for Judge Law
rence's placo. The farroeri of LaSalle
show their cl lenie. Stats Register.
The farmers of LaSalle county, If tbey
did what tho 'Register' ssy tbey did, are
grout aises, ooch with oars ai long ai tbo
food right arm of Jones of Jo Davles.
There it not railroad man or monopolist
In the stato who will not gleefully rub
bit bands togothor and wink bit honest
right oyo wbon bo roads tbo report of tbo
LaSallo county convention, and doclaro
that the railroaders havo tho farmers
wbero Caleb had tbo ben.
til an Edekiiakt, tbo woman who was
banged at Preston, Ooorgia, last week,
wbilo in prison wbilcd away tbo solitary
hours by making friends of tho rats that
had access to her cell. A man called to
toe her a few days before bor elocution'
and after somo conversation told her that
he bad understood that sbo had somo pet
rats. Sbo tappod on tbo floor, when out
of tbolr boles camo tho rats, until no Ism
than fourteen of thorn bad answered tho
call. They climbed up hor lap, and up
her slioulduri, and crawled about ovor
hor head, suffering her to carets and ban
die thorn as sbo ploasod, and not ono of
them manlfestod the smallest symptom of
alarm. This story is told by tbo Augusta
The balances in tho Treasury of tbo
United Statc., as shown by tbo books of
tbo treaiury departmont on the 10th Inst.,
aro deemed to bo good Indications of a fa
vorable financial condition of that de
partment. Tbo legal tenders outstanding
amount to fraction less than $300,500,-
00, being about $5,000,000 in excess of
what is rcgardod by tbo sonato financial
committee to bo the maximum amount
of that kind of circulation allowed by law,
although, as is woll known, tbo socrotary
of tbo troHitiry claims the lawful right to
draw upon tbo $10,000,000 reserve whon-
over in bis judgment it bocomes noces-
ary for him to do so. No doubt is now
entertained at tbo department, however,
that the amount of outstanding legal ten-
dors will be reduced to tbo so-called max
imum by tho 1st of noxt month.
Sudden death in Memphis, besido thos
causod by tbo bullet, leads to tbo suspicion
that cholera has reached that city; but
the Memphis papers roundly deny tho
impeachment. Tbo 'Register' admits that
"three prominent citizens dying hare in
' ilnol. ilav naturallv nrodupat picitn
'mont; but nefthorof the deaths was st-
' tributable to cholera," The causo of
those deaths, tbo 'Register' remarks, seems
to have been similar to the cause which
produced tho deaths of tho convicts in the
neighborhood of Big Greek, who mysteri
ously died, as was supposed, from drink-
ng water in which was some poisonous
substanco. The explanation is not satisfac
tory. Wo havo little doubt that the chol
ra is In Mompbls. Again we urge our
uthoritics to put Cairo Into order for the
coming of this disease. Cleanse tbo city,
and do so without delay, is our Advice to
the mayor and council.
Tuitie appears to be a misunderstand
lng between the Federals and Confederates
about the burning of Columbia. Gen.
Sherman says he didn't burn the city, and
Gen. Hampton, tbo Confederate, says he
didn't burn it. Tho late Minister Orr de
clared that ho heard Gen. Howard nay tho
Federals wero guilty of the arson, and now
comes torwaru a iir. laiugani oi
Savannah, who says that Gen. John K.
Smith, who commanded ono of tho divis
ions of Sherman'H army, told him tbe
night before the army, left Savannah thai
when they got'lnto South Carolina tho ofll
cers would shut tbelr eyes and let tbo men
do what they pleased,and that tbey were go
ing straight to Columbia and lay tho d d
place in asbos.
"This mattor," says a Washington telo
gram, "has been one of tbo principle
'topics of discussion In military circles
' for somo timo past, find these statements,
wbicb thero is no getting over, havo
' causod a great doal of squirming among
Sherman's particular frlonds. The ditpo
1 sitlon seems now to havo this question of
responsibility settled, and tho shamo and
' outrago of wantonly destroying a do
' fnnselfis city put upon tho guilty parties
' beyond any possibility of further eva
THE ARKANSAS KMUKOGMO.
The ultra Radicals of Arkansas aro dls
pleasod with tho Republican governor,
lUxter, and sometime ago entered Into a
conspiracy to oust him from his oQlco and
put into his place the l!utnant gov
ernor, who is willing to walk by tho rule
prescribed by tbo party managers. The
plot of tho conspirators, according to the
Little Rock 'Gazette' was to the following
ofloct. First to procuro tho governor's
approval to tbo railroad bond Heal bill,
and his resignation or complete surrender
of his administration to forwarding the
plans of the ring, as its instrument, by tho
tender of bribes in money and the promise
of other official position ; and, falling In
this, to have him removed from
office by a revolutionary assumption
of power by tho supremo
court, if a majority of judgos could bo in
fluenced to do the act, or by the troachory
of Chief Justice McOluro, aftor a major
ity of judges bad boon influenced to allow
a writ to Issue for tho purpose of a fair
and impartial inquiry. McCluro and his
confederates thought a majority of judges
might bo brought to the pointof removing
Ilaiter, or at least that a majority could
be induced to let the writ issue ; then, as
an individual member of the court, after
the writ was Issued and served, it was his
purpose to onjnln Darter from acting as
governor, and let the inquiry, under the
quo warrauto, sleep for four years, ift
which time be and bis ring, with Upbara
in command of the militia, could work I
their will upon tho helpless pep' of ,bl'
"Fortunately," says tbo '0stU, "'he
'conspirators miscalculated as to tho char,
'acterol tba man tbey bavetodeal with;
' Monday last was the day appointecTfor
making application for tho writ, by
Tonley, attorney general for -the statu
and tho iculduggory of the ting. Far
'tunately no quorum win present, and an
i adjournment until Monday next was
'had. In the meantime tho governor hid
resolvod to strangle the resolution in its
Mnelpleney. Uo commencod by muster-
' lng Lf phara out of service, reorganizing
'tho militia entirely, and placing hlmicll
' in such a position as to be safo against tho
machinations of tho conspirators, ami he
'now stands roady, backed by thrco
' fourths of tho peoplo of ibis stftto, to
'overwliolm them, should thoy persist
furthor in thoir designs. Tho governor's
stroke of policy was tnsdo evidently In
the interest of pcaco, but bis adversaries
will find that ha Is ready and willing for
'any trial of strength thoy may led called
'upon to invito blm to."
Tho telegraph informs us that Gen. Al
bert J. Myor, chief of tho signal service,
has just put into operation a regular ys
tern of dally river reports in connection
with tho woathor roport system, and Its
proposed connection with tlis HghMiouso
and lifo-savlng stations. Thu now rlvor
roport syslom was commencod on tbo 1st
day of ifay, It involvs tbo employment
of civilians as observors (tbo only civil
ians in tho signal sorvice;, but it bus been
found choapor to adopt that plan. Sta
tions haro bcon ordered to tbo fol
lowing points! Adalusla, Ills.; Jloono
villo, Brownsvlllo, Rrunswick, Cairo, Cin
cinnati, Confluence, Davenport, Evans-
ville, Fort Ronton, Fort Smith, Fori
Sully, Freeport, Orafton, III,, Hermann,
Mo.; Jefferson, Mo.; Kansas City, Keo
kuk, Leavenworth, Loxington, Littlo
Rock, Louitvtllo, MariolU, Mompbls,
Nashville, Now Goneva, Now Orleans,
Oil City, Omaha, Pittsburgh, Shrovcport,
St. Joseph, bt. Louis, St. Paul, Vicksburg.
l'be usual river reports hnve been based
on standards of glvon years, understood
by boatmen, but tho difficulty has boon
that they lacked reliability, because boat-
mon, by reason of interested motives, fre
quently gave falso roportu, and in many
instances caused tho delay or advanco of
shipments to bo held back or stuck on
shoals wbilo tho party giving the infor
mation took tbo bunoflt of tho knowledge.
Under the now system a gnugo is
plantod in the rivor bank at each station.
It is made of pino or oak timber, two
inches thick by ton incbos wide, and long
enough to cover tbo wholo range botwoon
oxtremo low and extreme high water.
This timber is placed edgowise and firmly
imbedded in tbo ground, leaving ono and
a half inches exposed above tho surface.
A scale of measurement is furnished be
ing the extreme standard ot 18b7 for the
low water mark, or bench mark, It 1
technically called. Tho edge of the guage
is planed, and after being placed In posi
tion is graduated in feet and inches. Tho
graduation is governod by tbo test of an
upright rod, and the oxact mea
sure in feet and inches is
dcterminined by an ordinary spirit-level
placed on a straight edge, reaching from
the vertical rod to the timber in tbo bank.
After this measurement has been re
corded in feet and inches, tbo observer
can tell at a glanco how much water there
is in tho river. When the rise or fall of
water Is gradual, one observation will be
made at 3 o'clock p. m,, local timo, lrom
May 1 to July 1 and October 1 to Novem
ber 30 of each year; but, when the change
is sudden and unusual in its character, re
ports will bo made every tbreo hours dur
ing such change until the rivor resumes
its normal condition. These roports are
all sent in an ingenious cypher, invonted
with a view of doeresy and brevity, and se
curing both objects.
There is no appropriation for the river
report system. It has so far taken about
f'J5,C0O from the weather signal appropri
ation, and it Is quito probablo that con
gross will endorse the undertaking. Gen,
Myer says that If congress would glvu
him $100,000 a year to prosecute tbo work,
ho would furnish to all thecltios daily re
ports of the condition of every navigable
rivor in tho Unitod States. Early news of
an approaching flood or break of an ic0
gorgo would ordinarily save a tingle city
tho wholo amount rcquirod tj support tbo
tho system a year.
A DU KY DISAGREEMENT.
Hannah Johnson Is tbe'name of a
dusky damsel who has for some time past
resided on Sixth stroot. Hannah besides
possessing a corpulent figure, Is endowed
wllli a temper wbicb, when arousod, is
like tbo wrath of an angry tiger. Bull
Hunnah Is susceptible Her heart is not
aUogcther proof against the gontler im
pulses of human nature, as tho sequel
Some time ago a stalwart son of Ham
named Coddington mot Hannah at a ball,
and was apparently pleasod with her, as
was she with him. Thoy danced and
chatted together tlio whole night through,
and whon tbo ball broko up, tbo fair
Hannah had oxactod a promiso from
Coddington that "ho would como
and see her soon." In tho course of a fow
days Coddington fulfilled his promiso
and visited Hannah ot bor residence
The hours passed pleasantly and when bo
left be mado a socond promise to call.
So affairs went on, Coddington visited
Hannah frequently, until horjheart "went
out to him," ami sbo came to look on him
ns "all her own,"
In tbo meantime Coddington met an.
other maiden. She was much younger
than Hannah, and much prettier, too,
Sho boro the romantic and allitorn.
tive cognomen of Virginia Vaughn. Vlr
ginia was turning eighteen, and had, be
sides a handsome ollvo comploxion, large
black oyes, full and sparkling, tho reddest
of lips and the whitest of teeth, Sho
was tasteful in her dresi, t00.
If she had ft passion for amalgamated
colors sbo knew exuclly bow to arrange
tbose colors to tba best advantage. As
we barn iali, Coddington met this dusky
Circe, asui straightway his Hannah was
forgotMP. Uo had now but one object,
and that was to got an Introduction to
Miss Vftghn, which he did in a very short
time, Coddington nng of an exceed
ingly pleasing exterior, and understand
lng perfectly tbo art of love-making,
made gradual inroads into the affections
of Virginia until they becamo engaged.
Poor, lone Hannah all this time, of
oourse, was neglected by Coddington, but
sho was nursing her wrath for day of
retribution. That day, or moro properly
speaking, that night, arrived Tuesday
A little after eight o'clock, Coddington
and Virginia wero quietly strolling along
tho levoo near tbo Mississippi. It is pre
sumod, of course, that they wore whisper-
ing those shallow fanclos to each otbor
which has ever characterized tho utter
ances of lovors. Do that as it may, they
woro not aware of the suddon interruption
which was soon to follow. The lovors had
roached a certain point, and bad halted,
probubly discussing thoir return, when
tho stout, strong form of Hannah John
son appeared upon tho scene. In her
right hand she carried a heavy club, and
before Coddington was awaro bo was
felled to tbo ground. Again and again
was ho struck down by tbo infuriated
Hannah, until nt last ho took to his legs
and ran away. Poor Virginia, frlghtonod
out of bar wilt, stood bjr, a trembling
spectator of the scono, and without tho
foresight to get out of the way before
Hannah had finished with her lovor,
In consequence, the jealous Hannah
now turnod upon her and throwing her
club away pitched In with her flsts. Sbo
tore tho pretty dross, tbo bright red shawl
the nobby hat, and finally ended by rip
ping to plecos tbo two dollar chignon
which gracod tbo rough exterior of Jin
nie's pato. Tbon sho left her. Jonnii
stood glancing at hor forlorn wardrobo,
dreaming of hor smitten hopes, and in
wardly cursing tho cowardice of Codding
ton. bbe got home, however, and it
presumed sbo will at onco resume her la
bors at tho tub, and discard Coddington.
OiirlaraJ Hatrols SI. lSOtt.
CITY NATIONAL BANK,
a a, oar r UltUi x i uaiucu b :
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President:
B. S AFFORD. President:
U. inSLOP, Secretary and Tioasurer
P. M. DiaciAV,
f. II. HtvcaruTH,
R. II. Ccaanonaa.
J. M. Puun,
M. r. UAILIDAT
Deposit ol aar Anions Htwalvedtroaa
Ten tenia Lpwartl.
IHTEKE3T paid on deDOalta at the raUot i
A. ttureent. wruBum. Murh llL&ml Hanl.ni,
Ur 111. Intttreat nut wtlh,l.wn ! a-riri1 Imm..
iljalelj totre principal of tho tlepoaitt, thereby
UAUniSU) WOIIXM AND cniLSA&X MAT
19 THAT KO OKI ILII CAM buv IT.
Om hn.in... Ha r.nn, u . -
and Saturday f .ag tor BAVI.N'O DEPOdl'li'
obi,, from S to s o clock,
euotr W. BTSLOP. Treasurer.
'Peri? mmv at nuAxr t
S.AAXJ Ull A lXi A lUlXAli
W. P. IMLUDAT, Pre.ldentj
HENRI L. HALMDAY, Vlce-Praildeni
A. ll.HAKFORD, Cuhler;
WALT1CR HTHLOP, AnU'.ta O.uhler-
Rob.it h. CcKMwetua,
. P. IlALLIIIAT,
Iltaai L. Hallid.i.
Ciio. V. William),
Kxrhfina:, Colo and Tnltod StaSaa
Honda Itoasrht nnd Mold.
D.P09ITH rclT0d. and
a (aneral banklui
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
R. W. MlI.I.K.n, Prffhldit.
J. M. I'llll.l.irs. Vloe-l'rcldeiit.
C'iuh. CUN.M.vniiAM, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS l'ROMITLY MADK.
TCXGIIANOE, coin, hank natoi and United
AJ Male acurllles bouini aad sold.
Intoreat Allowed on lime Dnpoalte,
On KtghthStrnet, bnwnen Commercial and Wash
ngton Aseuuaa. la dallr rtcl?IDf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LaTICBT Bl'llINO AMD bUMMIE 8TTLM.
ttesidta a lull line of
BOKWETB &; HATB
ITnmmod and untrimmad.l
FIlENCa KLOWKILH. RIB BOMB, THIMMINOB
of all kinds. Lacii, etc., alo.
Mrs. McOea haa also a larae aasortmeat o
Fincy Articles, such aa
NECK T1I7I. OLLAai. UNDRRflLKKVE,
KUKKB. BAttillfe, VAMH.I
And all other articles usually lound la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
.Mrs, McOee, In addition to her Htock ol
' "-)' and Millinery Goods, has a line and
Compete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
'""'It: Ladies' and Mimes' Shoes and C'till.
dries' Roots, Black and in Colors. Those
""'acknowledged to be the finest and best
fur In the market, and this Is the only
boiue tbo cltr that nukes them a specialty
HUH A JIB W9fCfuminu.
OHWARMNG and COMMISSION
MB It CHARTS.
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
And AgfBH of
onto aivaa and bamawua
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COFFEY, PACE k CO.,
' O K W A R.D I.VU
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORIS
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ior FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. H.UNOW.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
Lime, Csmxnt, Plaster, Hair, Etc.
CJTI will tell In car load loU at manulac
turuni' prices, aildini; Irclfht. 4.2-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Buccatsora to E. B. Hendrlcas A Co.)
Forwarding and CommisBioD
sS Liberal AdTancameula made catati
SJ"B npon ContigninenU. CP
Are prepared to rrcelra, store and lorward
rralfhla to all points and buy aad
' sell on oommlifloD,
ualnais attanded to promptly;
I'E T Jj 11 U U 11 L,
No. SO OHIO i.cvki:.
8. D. Aykrs.
K, J, AYKR
AVERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Luvkk, Cairo, Ilu,
WOOD U1TTBNHOUHS ft BRO
Gj n oral Commisaioa Mercian
181 OHIO LIVBI,
Our Homo Adfrtton."
NTRAL R I
loo Miles is Skorteai RmU
ttchtrMslM tsie nsortesi Bassu.
NO OUANOE OF CARS
KUOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK CHANQK Of OAKS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i-lianapolla, Toledo,
Detroit, CIiUnd, Niagara Fall.
iiunaio, riuaiiuiR, vinni'in.
Haltlmnr, rhlla.lfihla, Nir tork.
uoston and an points aai.
Ullwauklr, Janrsfille, Madlnon.
airoMe, m. raui ana an poini norm,
limit alao Oif cr.lj dltf ct r iil- to
Decatur, niocmlngton, StiringclJ,
I'corla, Uulnor, Kwikuk,
Hiirtinetnn, Rock liUnJ, Im Hallr,
Mfndota. In inn. FtrMtt.
Oalrna, i)ubuqua, bloui CUT,
Omaha and au points narthwt.
Elegant Drawing Room Slooplng Ca
On all Night Trains.
Hatsege Chucked 10 all Important point'.
For tlckali and inforination. aintr to I. f!. R-k
drpot at alro; on board tn transit stmkmar t
twfm Columbut and Cairo, and at tna princlpt
raurua i near uiucna llirouilioat inn vuuin.
W. p. JOHN-KIN. Of n'l fan. Apt t, Clilcaio
A. HitCHtLi, Oen'l. Biip'l. Chlcaxo.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
8FRINOPIRLD AN D 1 L.LI NO IS
SOUTHEASTERN R K.
On and aftor Monday, April J4ib, 1872
trains win run as toiiows:
iaaih ooiaa aocmtAST.
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lat Vlrs!nia e.io a. rn
' Biirlniffifld. 9;o "
,' laflorfllla 10(1 " ,
Arrif f at l'na. 11.46 "
TaAirtg 001"0 OBTKWIHT.
Iate Pana i.m a. nj ,
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Lrt Hnr.oatleld J,
Arrive at Virginia (.5 "
taaiaa ooiae cihiajt.
tare Rlwood S.30a. in. ..10.10 n.ii
" Klara.,.. ..., 6 ll.o
ArrWe at Hhawnaot'n .S " J IS
'A X .
AND BA B-
iOHB OATEN, Proprietor.
10S Commercial Arenas, CAIRO, ILLINOI
Bast brand of Calif o tvClgara lu racelivJ,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the best
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and clfrara of tbenext brand'.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio I.?vee, bet, 4th and 8th streets,
MKALS AT ALL HOURS.
A lino now Dlnlnc Hall With nvnrv Mn.
veulenco has been added to this popular
Rcbtaurunt. and tho truest will ilmi
requlelte lor their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FARE
consists of every sulmtantlal and delicacy ol
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORSiWINES & CIGARS
B3TMIzed diinki" prepared with care.
BARRY WALKER I
DANIEL LAM PERT,
Eighth 8t., Bt. Com. & Vftuo.,
Our Homo Advertiaera.
And bur your
BOOTS JXTXl 3 II O 33 S
Cor. Tenth alrtet and 4'oranierrlal At.
1 am now prepared to manufacture al
firlm; tylc,uclin patent leather, morroco.
buck and call-klti boots. Hlioca. with box
toes, cork ami pump soles, .Scotch bottoms,
und bevel cdjro or any other style you wUli.
I am nho manufacturing an extra quality
of bullei (.boot. .My material ami wors
miintlilp aro warranted to bo ol the bet. 1
am determined to not bo undersold lor the
nine quality nl rooiI-.
Repairing done ncntly and on short
notleu R. Jo.nk.
NEW HOOT AND SHOE STOKE
AS HirMlcu orttlP ar.n BOOT.
CoitNxn ok Suvkntii Strert anh Wash-
CM 110, ILLINOIS.
Where I Invito all tbo citizen' of Cairo
anil MimjiiinilriK country to cnll anil see II
they cannot Ac moncv, as I will aell very
i iino mioincu tun old motto, "The
Minble Penny Is ilettor than
pence." a, s
(be Slow Six-
Cor.iacvesslts and roplarSSa.,
i Informs the public that he hascneaireu the
'i"i-ciaa ai;on inakeranu
alwj a Hr-MiM llor't shocr ami la ready
to m.inufai ture and epurall kinds of work
in tilt trade with npalr and dltnatoh,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HETWERX WAS II ' ATRNCK AND WALNU1
Dr. II. r. rialda Informs tne public that he ha
LIVE Rr STABLE
on the northwatt tidt of Tenth straat as sua
nis Hiablat will be farnlaned with nose bat th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at al
hour of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields ak a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealiajr
and strict attention to bunt
NEW YORK STOaXE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAMEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITy
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of BflssotMalB etraal suscl
C. O. PAT1E1I
For Sale at "Wholcsalo or Retail.
CORNED. 32D-8TIIEKT AND OniO LIVIf
HEMIS, UKOWaV & CO.,
Aoents Home Cotton Maw
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dealers i.v "VV'inuow Shades,
Wall Pater, Pubs White
Lead, Linseed Oil,
Spirits Turpentine, Olue
Siikllac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenuo nnd Eleventh street,
Cairo, ... Illinois
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prsperti! to
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS