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LOCAL WEATHER KEPOHT.
OMIRVin'8 OfflCR, CAIKO, Ills.,)
February 24, 10:11 p.m., 1874. J
Thermometer, !ifl decree.
Wind N.I.'. Velocity 8 tulles per lour,
W ether, cloudy.
Maximum temperature fur lait -I hours,
Minimum temperature tor tbc last 24 hour,
l'rTJilMny wind for tot St brmri, N.E.
Total number of inllrt traveled by wind
during last 21 hour, 118.
Observer Signal Service. U. H-A.
RKADI EOS AND RECITATION Si
At the Athonoum, Friday uti-1 Siturdny
Ticket M renti. kcei-vcil teati fl.HI.
loot's oiitn at 7 o'clock. Knturtaliinient tu
i sgio at a. ik 2-25-it.
L'otlllTel)' ono Day Only,
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, IBM.
T t n l V is l n i i i x' ? i
. . V S 4 .S ! f .
AFTERNOON at 3, EVENING at $ o'clock.
Doors open at it and at T o'clock.
HYLl'ESTKIl HLKEKKIt, MiXAori..
Tlie Great Original and Urnowned
iih'NERAL TOM THUMB AND WIFE,
COMMODORE NUTTi AND
Jiut returned to Amellca alter a Three
leers Tour Arouud tli World, will
Appear In a variety of
sOStiiJ. DUELS. DIALoOl.T-S. COMIC
ACIN and I.Al'Ull AI1I.E KKT(;iH.
At each Entertainment, tlio Ladle will
wear event! New aud Elegant (Jo, tunic.,
viAONIFIPANT DIAMONDS .Ve., as uom
uy mem ielorr tlie rotsiiutet ol tLu
I'Oi'Oui: ri:iCK :
ADMISSION ONLY 25 CENTS.
:illl,l)lti:S, under lo jiat i.'i cents.
iteterted etta, SO Cent.
.llilpti llnilAf in r...ri'...l ..hi. ,?. I V.il.
I.idlci and Children arc consldrratelv ad-
ld to attend the I)'' Exhibition, and
inn avow me rrotwi ao.l rontuiiou or Hie
Eenlns Performative. (ii:o. MItcam.i.
raw f e4 Huxta M, le.
JITY NATIONAL, BANx CAIRO
A. II. SAKFORD, 1'iWdent ;
; a. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
I U. UYBLOF. Seoretsry and Treasurer
if, M. HiacLti, Obu, (Jtuuvaa,
K. Jt. StocaiUTM. Fait. O. Beam.
ft. II. Ouiwai, II. P. HiiimiY,
J 1. H. IMiium.
VltoiMMlaa ! Aaaonnt 1 '! ed I !
IXTKHKHT paid od deposits attba rata of iu
. paroant. par anaam, March lit tad Uafttam
r lt. loterestacl withdrawn la added llama
(taUly tolba pnoolpal of tha dspaalU, thereby
C?ia tbam compound intarxt.
V UAMUID WOMIM A.SW OBILDUI MAT
V DBPOBIT "UOKBT
A VTOTJ DUIWHI OJIT 1' Will " B. MJ. Ml u.m..
.ni HMarday ar-.flj tor BAVINU KKFOdITt
0CW II VIM v V HJ".
uot W. HTHLOP. Traanrr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
MA UfT A I.
Wl r. UALL.11JAT, fmidaoti
UKrtHT L.HaJ.I,lUiT, Viaa.filael
A. B.iUrrORP, Ouhler
WALTER UTCUiOl, 4ltta Caiblar
fl niAATff 1A11AIB,
llotaur It. OvsaiUMin,
W. Y. Ujiupav,
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k, 03. D. WilUiaFOa, . liwHiM
n A. M. Uitrokfc.
' Bowila Iluuj(ht Mart Hold.
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I FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Miixkh, I'rosldont.
,I.M. 1'uiiLirB, Vlce-l'renldent.
Cui. Ounninquam Caihler.'
yoU,BOTIONB PBOMFTLY MADK.
A.Ukl 'UIV quiBa UlUk UUW' ai vwm
MlJLLER & PAKKKK,
DKALKK8 IN FLOUR, CORN
Oato, Il&y, otc,
AUKNTB von PAIKBANK'8 80ALS3
Ohio L0V89, CAIKO, ILUMOIf.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Major John l.ee wai einscUd to ar
rlvo in thu city by thii morning'i train.
Soveral pteaiant roorni un tint upper
floor at thu Ht. Cbnrloi can be bad at very
low ratei. lf-10-tf
The Oblo and -Mliilnlpp! rlveri are
both on the rampage. Tho Ohio i riling
at the rate of two foot pir day.
Mr. Ooo. 8. Winilow, anlitunt luper-
latendent of tho St. Louli and Koitthenit'
orn railroad was in thu city ytiterday.
Klght, and only olglit.day boarduri tan
be accommodated at the .St. Chariot nt the
reduced price. 5.10-tf
Night before Iat tho little itoninar
.litn Klk,by th.j"ikln of hsr teeth," es
caped a w atory grave. .Se rivor newt.
At tho organisation of the lloatd nf
County Cotnuiimionen on Monday, on
motion of Mr. Wllion, Mr. Haundcrt wai
ihoten chalrinun of the bord.
A corrcipondont of tho '.Sun' In lait
nlght'i Imiio glvei "i'oijy" an overgoing
for ome illght prevarlcitlon a to the
wlihreabout of Capt. llamblcton. It is
' I'oifKy'" lItrn niw.
Tho pollo loitU are Hale initilu-
tiitM tbemi dayi. The police coiapialn of
'dull tlritwj" and lay theru it not " ordi.
Dunce vlolat'trj enough in the iitty to
make thinga a bit lively."
A couple of hotol runoera got Into a
qmrrel dny before yctterday, and in or
der loiettU the matter appualtvl to Judi
Urou.Jwho, not to bo partial, lined them
$10 and coU each. Gsul enough for
The 'took of grocorloi, ctu., belongine
to the (Inn ol T. W. Carrlco & Co., now
being aold by Shoriir livln to tatiily the
dehta of the Arm, will wind up in a ilty
or two. Tho tale will continue from day
today until everything l told.
A. Mitchell, general uparintendont
of the Illiooli Ueutral, and lady were at
tho .St. Charlet yoitorday. itr. and Mr.
Mitchell wero ou their way houio from
New Orlcam, und stopped oil hero tor a
Mir. Mitchell, advance agent for Tom
Thumh and wife, Conitnudoro Nutt, and
Minnie AV'arron troupe, ai In the city
yoiterday, making hrransenienu for the
appearance of the little people at the Atb
3iUtu in thii city on next luesday tvn
ing. Each Wedno.Oay evening during the
Ix'Dton icaion, there will be rervicea et
the Oermatt Lutheran churuob, Thirteenth
atrest, between AVathington avenue and
Walnut itrctt". Tho mbject of tho Eer
mom will be the "HutTeringi and Daatb of
Cbmt." Tho public are invilod to at
tond. E 8 ltosenthal, Columbus, Ky ; II C,
Weill, Villa I'.idge; E Hunoll, Mt Car
Dial, III; J W McKlhauy, J EJmuudiou
aud W Kdniondtun, Mo; F M Klchardion,
NY; J l)lean, J W Copeland, It II
Oak, and Vr J O Young, INIknap, III; A
T Z.anono, W I.ewli and II Saudert, wore
the arrivals at the .St. Nicholas hotel yet
terdny. 1'romlnent atiioni: tho nrrivult at the
St. Charlet yesterday wero: Kev Joiuut
.1 1'age, Kentucky ; Itev A IJarr, Loulii
ana; T It lilake, Toxat; O E Uordell,
Michlguit; II Eleld, Now York; O 15
Kc-cktullvT, Cbiciigo; C 1 Ilowmau, Cin
cinnati; J Canfleld and wifo, Michigan;
E M Mormon, .St. Louit ; and Mr Ur C
Gould, Chl:agc. ,
-Late yatterday afternoon Dr. Smith
went to hit oflico on Eighth ttruet, and in
a thort timo after wat taken luddeuly and
teriouily tick. Several prominent phytl
ciant wero called t bis title, and wero
tilt with lilm at n late hour lait night.
At ten o'clock the dactor had not bnun
removed to hit retidence. AVu were un
able to atcortrdu the nature of 111 4 illness,
but sincerely hope It it nut of a dangerous
character, and that he may toon be able
to resume In professional duties.
The riuabble of thoditl'ereut taction
over thu appointment of a receiver for tho
Cairo and Vincelinea railroad, hat not yet
boen brought to an end. It na thought
the queition at to whether a receiver
would be appointed would be tettlud yo
lerday, but It u decision wat rendered in
the matter, up to a late hour last night no
one in thit city wtii m&do aware of it
The gentleman Interested are anxious that
the question flmll ho totlled one way or
Mrt. O'Byrno "Pips," who bat mado
an enviable reputation at a reader, having
appeared before tho public in many of
the lurgiMt cities of tha country, will give
rt'tidingi and recitations in Cairo, at tho
Athcneum, un Friday and Saturday
evenlngt of thit week, notice of which
will appear. Mrs. O'liyrne makes nor
selection, irom the best writeri of proso
and poetry, and haa never fallod to plenje
tho most critical and cultivated audiences
We hope that our pooplo will till the
Atbeuouni on the occasion of Mr.
O'llyrnu't appoaranco, and thut pay htf
the compliment her inorlts and reputation
The people of Cairo, whon they to
cured the extension of the Mississippi
Uontral railroad thought that thoir bap
nlneia would bo complete, but they Und
that bustnuia which formerly stopped at
Cairo, now gum through, and that the
road Instead of being a heoellt to thoir
town, it a pstitive injury. l'aducalw
Tho above it a bit of information for
which the people of Cairo will ever thank
the 'Kenluckian.' Uat the road It not an
Injury to Cairo. It hat proven a great
benefit to the merchants of thit city, who
aro building up a large and lucrative but
inM with the townt along tho lino of J '.bo
road, and if thsre wai halt a doza moro
jutt ivieh road i leading Into Cairo our
merchant! would bo all Iba better pleat
ed. In the county)court yciterday Judge
Droit decided the loveo special netiuent
cat adversely to the city. The grounds
upon which thit decision wat reached
were that after the commltiloneri to
'est tho baneful accruing to Hvie .prop
erty in conacmence of 'gravelling the
treol hail beon appointed, tho conncll
arnonded tho ordinance under which they
wore appointed. The ordinance at origin
ally adopted itxet the quantity of gravel
t be put un the levee at.'one foot In depth,
and the ariioiidtnont afterwards adopted
fixed it at eighteen Inchet. And to, the
wholo gronud of tho rate will have to bo
gone over again, and ll it to be hoped that
the next time the rate will come before
the court In proper shape, to that a-llnel
decision, to far at the county court It con
cornod, may be rendered.
On noxt Tuesday evening Mr. and
Mr. Tom Thumb, Commodoro Nutt and
Mitt Mionlo Warren will exhibit at the
Athoneum in this city. The London
'Timet' of a recent date, referring to this
miniature troupe, layt:
Many a lady of fashion, even in Court
circlet, may well envy tho charming Mrs.
Tom Thumb and her woe titter, Mitt
Mlnnlo Warren, for the great varltty and
magnlllcent richness of their drete, to
tay nothing of the morn than princely
display of diamonds of the d rat wator,
which an outlay of ten thousand poundt
sterling hat secured these charming little
lad let Irom the Great Knpublic Hut,
"handsome Is he who bandtoma docs," Is
mo irue oiu proverb, and all wbo wttnott
theporformancM of these mot captivating
inininture ladltr, Hidod by the heroic Gen
eral Tom Thumb and the gallant and in
imitable Commodoro Nutt, will unite In
saying that their entertainment is at sur
prising and delightful at it it bewitching
JtiftT rccoivod and for tale, 'AO barrelt of
choice apples. Stuattox & Hiku.
Tnx European hotel, llarfv Walker
propriotor, li opon at all hour of the
Pic. Willi au his received a iuddIv
of fresh "Laughinr cas." Oflico on Com-
morcial avenue over Elliott & Haythorne.
FnuiT farms for tale at Villa IUdire in
five to twenty acres lots, set with the
choicest of fruit. Inquiror at AVilcox'i
Fon Salk ll'OOO In city scrip. For
sale in qutntltles to suit tho purchaser
Apply to II. T. Gkkovlu.
Dsslisqulkt Task. Distraint for
taxot will positively bemrdo March lut.
Alex. li. Ibtix, Collector.
Tuur.K elofhnt family roouit, fronting
on the Ohio, at the St. Cbar!ei hotel, can
now he obtulced with board nt reasonable
ratet. l:U-2-lS tf
Notice. The member of tho Cairo
Casino, with their ladlus.are invited to at
tend the soiree tbli "Wednesday evening,
rKebrury 25th. A plceiant time It antic
ipated. Ily order of the President.
181-3-25-lt ItKI.N-IIOLD V. liEL.SKtl,
For Kent. Tho brick houto situated
corner Third ttrect and Commercial ave
nuo. The house hat boen put in good re
pair throughout and it well arranged fur
a hotel or bosrdiog house, also room to
rMiiton Third ttret. Inquire of Wm.
McIIale. No. o, Wintor't block.
rAm.vr.K Wam-kd. a gentleman
without capital, but with several yeara
experience and thoroughly acquainted
with tbo business, H deslrouc of tormlng
a iiarlner.hip in tho Hide, Fur and
Leatlfhr busiuo.'s in Coiro, with somo ono
who can furnish a capital of tav 55,000.
Address, drawer 227. I'j-'l-ia-tf
Milk Waiion. I will commence run
ning a milk wagon on .Monday morning
February 23. 1 will continue it all turn
mor, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will be delivered to any ono
In the city, daily morning and evening.
Ordert way bo given to the .driver of tho
wagon or left at my ico ttand, No 81 Ohio
levee. Groiiov. Yocum.
l'ittsburg Coal at
$J 00 per ton ;
Grand Tower Coal at
?0 00 per ton.
U. W. WllKKLEK,
Oillce on Tenth ttreet, between Com
morcial and Washington avenues.
(5-1-31-1 m "
Tui: harbor tliop it un voo corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Slienbouto with hit gen.
tlnmanly attiitanti can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your fpfiliogt with a miooth thavo, or cool
your temper and Loud with a good xbain
poo. It it a Urit-clt.fi shop, and you are
ture of recoiving llrtt-clatt troatment.
Ludietf and children' hair cut or curled
after tho moat upproved stylet. 8-1 fi-tf
It. S. Hkiqiiam, M. 1)., llomiepathiet
130, Cotnmurclhl avonue, Cairo, Illinois
wUhea to Inform tho public that ho hat
purchased an apparatus for generating
ozanlzed oxygen, and it now prepared to
administer thit agent, which It now being
very iticceeifully used In diseatci of tho
respiratory organs, such u Asthma, Acuto
and Chronic Broncliitis, Conaumptlon In
the first and second stage, alto In Spinal
affection, llhoumatitin, Malarial fovera
Cholera, Ao, Many eminent phyitciani'
niimot could bo glvoti that advocato the
uio 3f or.onlzod air by Inhalation at one
of the moat effective curative agents of
modern timet. 10'J 2-0-lm
AVk have something new in the way of
half-eheet pottera, which wo think are
Just the thing fur tho spring trade. Tlioy
contist of tlx different design, litho
graphed, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two ot tbo cutt are suitable
lor any busineit ; the othor four for boott
and ihoot, photographer, dragglsU and
dry goodt. "We have but one hundred of
eaoh cut, and will furnish thorn printed at
Cincinnati pricoi. Wo bavo alio tome
fancy cards. Tho "language of flowon,"
too detlgm; "Boquet," twelve designs;
'Opera," four detlgm and fCoiniu" cardi
twonty-four detlgm which we fu-niih
printed at $10 to $13 per M, Cisclnnati
pricoi. Who wnntt thorn? flon't ail
ipek at onco. 103.J.lP-3t
FEBRUARY 25, 1874.
and departures for the 21 hours tnJlni? at 8
P. in. lat evening:
Stoanior F. 1. Oraoy, Columbus
" Fisk, I'aducah
" Julio, Vlckiburg
" Allegheny llelle, N O
" Hen Franklin, Cincinnati
" Kitty Ilogler, Cincinnati
" Fututo City, St. Louit
Hloatnor Frank 1 Graoy, Colutnhiii
" .Urn Fitk, I'aducah
. " Idlowlld, Kvantvllle
" Julia, fit. IrtUll
" Allegheny llelle, Pittsburg
" Ken Franklin, Memphis
" Kittle Jligler, Arkansat river.
1 1I K IIIVRCM.
The rite lit the Ohio rivor continue!,
and there is every indication that the pre
cnt rise will be ono of the gratett known
for yeart. Tho rite yesterday wat twu
feet. All tho streams above are reported
rising. Tho Mississippi Is alto repnrtod
riling atHt. Louii.
llutinesi was tome botUryctterday.
Tlie weather wat pleasant, though a
The Jim Fisk wat detained by wind at
I'aducah until near four o'clock In the
evening. Starting for thit city the had
145,000 t'.avef, 15 bhlt vinegar, a lot of
levthor, and 10 ptsienger.i. Tbo waves
wore very rough, and iprung up her
guardt to that tho took water over the
top of her hull, and when discovered op
posite America was just ready to link.
She wat run ashore on a sloping bank,
and her pumps set to work
bat tho wator gained on tbetr. The
pasiengen wero sent ashoro and about
one-third of tho cargo thrown overboard,
which relieved her to that the pumpi
gained upon tho water and tho was toon
afloat. Tbo accident wat discovered just
at thoilh'. moment to save the host. Five
minute! later the would have gono down
In deop wator and evory soul on board
would have been lost.
The Idlewild brought 1,330 bundles
hoop poles; 175 tacki whoat; 200 barrelt
Sour, and a fair trip of people
Tho Kitty Ilogler was ojipty laden.
The lion Franklin wanted comiderah!o
fre!gbt and got but little bore.
Capt. Iteeio Dugau wat expected from
Memphis last evening.
Cost will bo nddedon personal taioj af
ter March Ut. Alxy. 11. Ikvim,
We Imvo received a consignment of
Louisiana Sugars, which will bo sold to
the trade. I2tf. Hallway Drop.
There will be an adjourned regular
meeting of tho company on to-morrow,
(Monday), evening. All members are
respectfully requested toatteod.
172 222-lt T. I. Ki:ti, Secrutary.
Tkn poundt of brown sugar for $1; 6
pounds beat uotl'oe sugnr at f 1; 3 pounds '
of choice butter at SI; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoes 30 cents per
peck; apples 10 cents, at Wilcox's Block, i
107 2. 1-1 in
Two Uatteriet of two Hollers, each 21
feet long,2 Inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Fluea
with tiro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valve, Chimney and
Dritchin, all cutnpletu and in tirst-cluaa
order); bocti tiled only three months. Fo?
price, etc., inquire ot J T. Kcnnik,
H-2:utf. Vulcan Iron Workt.
Elizabeth Williams, Washington
avcnuii, letween Tenth and Eleventh
ettee'.s, it prepared to pot form the duties
of midwife whenever called upon. She has
bad much experience, and feels confident
that tho can givo perfect satisfaction.
11 5 12-2 w
J1KAL ESTATE FOlt SALE.
Lot No. 2 in block 17, first addition,
with a two-story frame houso fronting on
Commercial a von no, Hnd thteo lots (86
89 and 40), sarnio, block, fronting on Sev
enteenth street, are odercd fur sale at a
bargain. Apply on tho premise, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenuo.
TIIE ST. CUAKLE3 HOTEL.
Tho underalgnoi having rotumcd the
management of the above hotel, trutt by
strict attention to business, to tho wanti
and couifortl of thoir gnosis, to merit the
renowed favor ot their old patrons aud the
traveling public in general.
Tho Saint Charles will at onco uudorgo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good samplo rooms and tpoclal rate? for
All baggage for guvsti conveyed to and
from Urn hotel free of charge
J kwktt Wilcox & Co., Propriutort.
1 will sell my entire stock of the best
of Heef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Pou'.try,
flutter, Egg, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Applrs, Flour, Mual, Spiced
Heef, and the boat of Coruod Boef. Tho
sale will commence at S o'clock in the
morning and continue uatil nino at night
each day for nine months, Sundays ex
Jepted. I Imvo RUo ISO acres of the best
ot cotton land to soil or exchange for Cairo
property. I alio want cevnral good agentt
to sell fruit trees. All of tho above will
bo explained' by calling on S. Patterson,
corner of Ninth and "Walnut street", at
thero Is tho place the vale of the moat and
vegetables will be made. 92 1-31-tm.
Caiko, Hit., Jan. 39, 1P74.
Notioi Is noreby given that I will pay
no bills for good! lold Co any of the em
ploye of Tit Oaiko Hbllktin, either
or themsolvoi or for the uso of tho office
nuloio the same art furnished on mi order
Igned hy Mr. Hurnetl or myself,
UWiO-ly JoUK II. O0K8I.Y.
Oybbcoats worth 10 for 8 at Hart
man & Go's. 87.1-aotf
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Ko a good square meal go to llarry
Walker't restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Hoventh and Eighth stroet. lm
A Ll, kinds of tine lace and fringes at
one half the uiual price at Mailman A;
All brandt of theetlng and thirtlng at
the lowest price at Ilartman & (V.
Fom oai and iteam tilling go to Kno
nle't Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 0-10-tf
Juit received and ojunid, tho largest
acd Quest atiortmcnt,latet style and pat
teint of thu beit brands (.frail ot a! Hart
man & Co't , (ornor Sixth ttrrot.
A IX kinds of gatmi rotxtniitly un hand
at Harry Walker's, Comtuorclal avouuo
iMtweeu Seventh and Eighth ttreeti.
1 1-7.1 Til
TnK bet quality of Alexandria kid
gloves at ltarttruui Jt (Vs. for seventy
Uve cenf, worth $1 25. 87-1-30 tf
All kindi of clothing and Gent's fur
nishing coodt at one half tha usual price
at Ilartman & Co't., cornnrof Sixth street.
87-1. 3C if
A Kin.t. assortment of J. P. Coats' and
Clark A Co't. cotton, at uve cents per
tpool at Hartroan fc t'o'i., corner flixtb
Street. 87-1-.1U If
A Pia.no im k.m.'iiamic kok vacant
lots in caik'1. Any person having a
vacant lot or lota that they would ex
change tor allrat-classpiano, can be suited
by addrestdng Ml Mory Dixon, ai;ent
uarbomiale, Illinois. 8(J 1.28-Ut
ALT00ETHKll"li:OO NICK TO IiK
Wo moan thotplendtd stock of rprlm:
goods now being opened at John Antrim's
,'lothing store, No 73 Ohio leve, contist
ing of tho best nf importod Epping
Worsted coatings ; Cuba libro imported
coalings; Scotch diegooal cniclmote,
Avondalu hairline casjlmerei, and a full
stock of other favorlto braudt of goods
entirely "too numerous to mention." A
rojuctlon of twenty per cent, hat boen
made in prices. Mr. Antrim solicits an
examination of bit goods. 180 2-24-21
The Miiiniiiiit Hoiihoii CkouiM Is
instantly and ctfeclually layed by giving
Dr. Ransom's Hive Syrup and Toln or
Honey Syrup. Tho lives of many suffer
ing children have been saved by adminis
tering thit valuable remedy in attacks of
croup. All families whore there aro
children should keep it in tho house.
Prico only oo centt.
Dn. Mill Kit's Mauhktio Halm. Dons
it contain electricity ? It eurea at if by
magnetic intluence neuralgia and all pain,
and it therefore being properly called
See advertisement iu title paper,
Cf.Liiioirf 4JENT11AL UAILP.OAD.
TKAI.NH leavk caiho.
'J.-IO a.m., Dally.
.... 4:00 a in., . ..except ainnliv
....11:M a.m...... " ' '
. 4:00 p.m.,. . " "
AllllIVE AT CA1IIO.
U-.Ti a.m., Dally
.....2:05 p.m.,....e.eeit &imdav
9:15 a. 111 except Mundav
7:10 p.m., except .Sunday
Freight at .
INS 2-17-tf. .Tamkm Johnson. Ageut.
THE OAIKO AND V1N0KNNES '
ciiinuk os rmu.
Ou and alter Sunday, February
trains will run as follows :
Cilro, leave 5:00 A.M.
Mound City, ieim- ft::
k 1111:1, leae (i:i;:
HarrUburi?, U.im- Ml!)
Noiris City, lejvo 9:15
Canul, iirrlw 9:.'iO '
Carml. Ieavi linim '
Orayvlllo, leave Hutu
Mouut C.innel, leui it. ... 11:22
Vtjio-niie.s, ,:ie 12:25 r.M.
t..v.M..iuiirtioii, airlvt'.12:a. "
IK A M..lliiiclloii, leiic. 7:15 A.M.
VilU'cmie. leave 7:25 " 7:00 l'.M.
Mount C'aimcl,leat',... 8:13 " 9:(mi
Oravville, leave 9:18 111:17 "
Carml, arrlu 1d:0O " Irfai "
Carnil, IcaM' 10:10 ' Il:l5.t.i.
Norrli City, loato 10:44 7:18 "
IlarrLburgli, leiivc 11:4.1 " 9:1H "
Vienna, leae 1:17 p.m. 12:15 r.M.
Mound Cltv, loimi 2:12 ' .1:10 "
Cairo, arrive 11:0.1 ' .1:411 "
MOUND OITt ACOOUMOPATION.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 5:15 p.m
leave Mound City at 12:35 p.m. and 0:10, 111.
Freight train stop over night ut Carml;
run from there 11 mixed train, leaving :il
4:.15 11.111 ; leaving Vliicemie ut 7 p.m. the
Mime tveiilug for return trip.
At Cairo with the Mb'tvippi Central,
Mobile anp Ohio, for all point koiiI; Cairo,
Arkiuia and 'IVxu, for till pnlnl lit Arkuti
?a mid Tcxa.
At Vlnceune.: llldlaiiapollsand Vllieeiincn
railway lorlmlunapolU und all poluti north,
east and west; with Kvaunvllle and Craw
lordi lllc railway fur Kvanville,Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all poiuls north, t't
atidvet; wllh Ohio unit .Mli,lipl rail
way for St. Louis, Lotiltvllle, Ciuclmiati and
ill jioint cunt mid wet.
At Nunis City crossing Hie Sp-lut;tiold
mid lllhuU Koulheii'teru railway.
L. W. Palmkii, Geu'l Sup't.
E. P. Wii.on, Gmi'l PatceiiL'er, Act.
K II LRUS,
Hoot and shoe maker. Tweu h stroet. be
tweea Washington avenue and Poplar
street, In prepared to mate boot auu shoes
in the latcit and iuom laxhloiiable style,
He will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out ol the ht .and
Irc'hftt ttock, of which he slwua ha a
good supply 011 hand from which to make
selections. All tUtlng of hoot and h ie
made by Mr, Enters U dona In bis own shop
no lorelgu titling belnt; ied by hlin.
Give him a call, and ho will give ou tut if
ilo.is has on baud, and tor sale a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
ipht, und ready for tho stove. Also al
kinds ot coal which will be dellvcrod In any
paitof the city on short notice. Lear or
ders at coal yard, 00 Commercial avenue,
opposite Klsvonth street. Deo. 0-3m
C. N. 11 U OHK's"'
.i5!.KKI0Ks "hl Levee, ovrr MathuM A
ttirA'onr but Fir.t.(:tm VumpnnU
BAFKOKP, MOKKIB A OANDKR.
T.I Itble 111,
CtTT NATIONAt, HANK UVILMMO
1'he oldet established Agency In Southern
Illinois, presuming over
.S(i5,nfin.oiin on f
( the be: IriMiranua Capital nf id,
I toon Kin it aril.
'Jorner Twelfth street and Washington Avt
J. C. HUELS,
(Late ot at. Louis,)
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BLANK HOOKS or every description tlone
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds ol
ruling done at short notice. Hlbles, MuMc,
Mairazlnen and Periodicals bound neat and
it the lowest potelble rate.
County work, nich as Kccords, Docket
Fee Hook. HlaiiKH, etc.. made a fpet-ialty.
Uoxes, Pocket ltook, Envelope, etc., made
to order. 11-24.
Bu jtv oTantKn.
d A M WILHUN,
j BOA.T BTOBHH J
PBOV If I 'HH ITU.
No. 1 1 O
Ohio L:l k Cairo, Illisoi
MSAI. kMl'ATB AOKSVm.
O. WINHTON CO.,
RKA.L ESTATE AGENT8
74 (Naootti, rj.oou) onio Lava
Hut and Sill Heal krAm,
1 PAY TAXES.
l'UF.t41Hi; AHHTUA11TH OK TITLH
M I.NSJK1.I. A N KM WIS.
TIIE SOUT IlisRN HO 1 EL
MRS. T. N. GAFFNEY
Tskot pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that she has tnkon postetsiou ot thit,
popular and convenient hotel on the Ohid
Lev 00, and that rbe hat Kkfudnishko
mid Hknovatkii it in many rekpeutr, aud
it now prupurod to accommodate the pub
lic with guod fare, good room, good bedn.
and everything noceirary to, aud usually
found In a Qrat-clast etlablishmelit.
Thankful tor past patronage, tho bupnt to
merit iu cnntinuaiiou.
C-5)"- Day boarder leceivod at reasona
ble rate. ri2-l-2o.ini
Caiho Box and Uaskkt Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIAHU AND SUIT.
Keep constantly on hsnu
Flooring and Sidinu, aluo Latu.
MILL AND YAKD COKNIR TUIKTY-rilUHl U
eTBRXT AND OHIO LHVSIK.
tlAIUO.' ILLINOIS. 1U-T
B. F. PARKE K,
(succetsor to Parker ttclllake.)
HBAueu IN ' .
PAINTS AND OILS
Aid la olbiai4 iilusalaatta
bbosVloildiim ooi 1 I'm ev. oom
Oiit) . . , Illinois
. n. MATHUga, n. 0. VSL
MATlltJSS & HHL
, - .
HAY AND WI3TRN PBOPtKIX. ,
STHATTON & BIRD,'
Asents American Powder I OMpanv
K. 57 OW Utm.
N. 11. Thlttlewoed. r. J.TtustsweeJ
TUI8TLKWOOD k CO.,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS HAY, ITO
No. 78 OHIO LKVlCtC.
GENERAL COMMISSION MKKUBANT
And dealer in
Lius, Ckiikvt, PtAamn, Ham, Itu.
Mu thla Lvs,
CTI will sett In car load lota at maauta
turers' pilras. audluic lreisht. -"
forwarding and OommiMioD
prepared lu forward as) kinds of frebrn
to all point.
Business attended to oresoptlr.
COFFEY, HAHUI80N ft CO.,
(Successor loD. Murd.t Son.)
ri.Oia.(iHAIM ARB sHAV.
No ita Ohio Lavas, OAIKO, ILLM.
(J. D. WILLIAMSON, ,
Aud Dealer to
So. 70 Ohio Lovee, CAIKO, ILL)
3TSpeolal attention srtven to riwln
menu aod tHUmr orders. JM tl
JOHN ii. PHLLIH SOU,
8aooMrt to Jobs B. Pntllu,)
DKALERfl IM HAT, OOHN, OtiTsf
Flour, Moal, Bran, Ac.,
AGENTS POK LAFLIN AND BAND
Oon. 'i mntii Stkit astd Okio Lnvic
I'K T K ii 0 V H JL,
No. M OHIO I.KVBK,
3-20 tf. OA1RO. ILLINOIS
WOOD. Rl'lTENHOUSE BRO
Genernl Comtninion MoraknO't
ts Ohio f.avaa
MEW YORK STOillC,
WHOLKSALS AND MTAiL,
la no ist TAsunrr itoa ns iu wi
9Sstssr ttf !
O. O. PATlMt