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iji hiiikiii 01 rjinm,, iiii- m mi ry i ri-
uav fulfill at llllll-li:t,i "i,i-n, in vuu-
1-illmv.' Hull ' K SLACK,
1 luiuvllor Commander.
At.HVAVliKli 1 ODIii:. NO 2.11
liiili'iiamli ni IJnlrr of U'ld-r'i-l-
1...-. 1. w 'I lutr-ilut fiiirht
rVTrx- l'l". IIHTin .:.- i ii
' at llnlMnirl anll'll, '' im ir ii.iii mi
f 'onnnrrei.it allium, li-twicii Mxtli ami fceicntli
tlltkU .Inus II Uihsman, N (i.
f uiiio i;ncam r".Mi;NTt I o. o. r. i initio
Ylll fM'l-rcllowir Htm uu wit: uiai nmi mini
'I lie-day 111 rinry inotilli, at half-past scuii
' IK SLACK, C. I'
AtAIUO I.OIlGi:, .NO. 'i'7,A.F. A !M
Ilolil it jtulnr riiiiiiiiuiilcitloii In Ma
Jonlr Hull, tyiriicr I 'Untiiiri'lal airline
' autl Ktirhtti KtiK-t. mi lltf! i'onil mill
foitilli 3tnlity ufuicli mouth
No Cue ol' Ileum ill.
I'lndlnc; tlic present ftore room too mall
lor our xrowlnj,' bnNnm. I will, In the
latter mft of February, rtino to tlic pi
Hon hiilldlriK foim-rly occupied by Klllott
Allay thorn, where, with tho Increased la
tiller', 1 will keep ii linger t-lock of Hootl
mil hliocn than cur before. In the mean
.luic, to avoid the expense of moving nt.il
l pioparc for pilnx trulc, I will oner my
ntlre stock of winter c;oods nt acuta I.
cost. Tiiik in nrsiNn-s, and great bat
jalnn are olfertil to the forlun.il.
ltil-l-Irt-tl City Shoe More.
.Mr. 1. Fll-j(crald ha just received am)
has on .ilc at hit ".ilen room n lnrj;e stock
if Hngllsh ale, potior, IleniieMy bramly
Mid wlno, and ll'pior of nil kind, which
l.o will ilipoe ofal reasonable prices.
An;ii IVbrti.iry lt, 1.(00 reward will
'je jflvcu 'or llf y iem paving day boarJorii
it he Del.i nlv., Hotel $ I a week.
Lamps! Lamps! Lampi!
Tor the million. :iml the jrrsde of
Coal Oil, to li.nl of C. W. Ilinilcrnn,
corner Twelfth .ticet ami commercial
Kilty to Seventy-flic dollar, per month.
Agents wanlixl everywhere. Teacher, la
)iei. Rents, etc., etc. No capital or out
lay required. Send 'Ut rent, for postage on
oi. tilt, to I). C. W'ki.ciima.v,
tt In in .Station. Union County, Ohio.
0en Fridays and Saturday-ICl-l-IO-tf.
unit ,N Her.
Landlords ol hotel ami tKirlinx bou-es
wlUfinilltto their ailvantJ'.'e to call upon
Mrs. Coleman, No 12 Kouitb street, be
tween V-!dtKlon nml Comintrclal aven
ut, anil a-eeitaln her term for doln hotel
anil boarding hou-o washes by the week.
Her wholesale ptlcea are extremi'ly
low T6c. per ilozen. Tor piece work price,
arc an follow: Single shirt anil col
lar, 10c; pn!onMc; ock .V; two col
lar, fic; two Inmlkerublefs, 'm: ot 'Oo;
nml all ).'entlcmen wear, !c. per
iloxcii. J.adbV Oreicr, 25 to fj)c;
"ktrtil) to 2")e; driwers 10 to 15c; two
j. air hoi !; two collari.fi to H e. For U
lie' plain clothe fl W per docn; lor la
lie line ctotb, ft - per ilocn; ilotie
Iromptly, ami promptly ilcllverod. l'.i
Aitkk February lt, f 1,000 reward will
lie ifiteti lor lllty K od palruc day boirtlcrs
tt the Dc'inontco Hotel jl a W4ek.
1 1 it n I it m i'.
Table :nnl 1'oeket Cutlery, nml In fact
nuy tiling In the I lanlwiirc Him -neh a
Locks IHn-xi-.a. Flic-, NhIU. I'i-tols Ca
aml Cartridges tun be linil clieaiKT than
the c'liiM-t by I'lilllii' at my tol, cor
ner 'rwellth ami Wa-hlnton uvemie.
MO-llll C. lllIMIKlliOX.
Sullll l liilrli s.
(looj Injlo roomi on the upper floor nt
tlic Saint Charlci can be had, with board,
st the very low rate of 30 per mouth
.UTKll February Ut, $1.0i0 reward will
bo :lvd for titty good payin.' day boarders
Uthe Dclmonlco Hotel f I a week.
Ci t ill .Snerlliee til I Ine l ullei j .
I will ollVr for .-ale for the next IlOilays
the larjrett IllNnlee of 'olellhollll'.S
1 'orer & Wade's anil Hilteher's rut
lery. ever ollereil in Cairo, at liiipottei''
price; also a larffi; a;ortinentofcl--oi--.
'I'lie ffooiU are now on exhibition, anil
comprise the llm-t articles of the kind
euTbroiiirht to i.'alro, all of which will
U old at priee- that defy eoiiiiietitiou.
Cull ami -' for yoiirelves.
Cor. Sixth Street and Commercial.
To kee)) peace In the tamlly, buy n
( 'barter Oak Coal Cooking Stove, with a
i-mull ijiiantlty of l.iradie coal, ami you
will always be happy. All the ilillerent
patterns both wood and coal for sale at
"rock bottom" figure, by C W. Hend
erson, corner Twelfth .-treet anil Com
nmrniil avmiiie. J-ltVlm.
Iiiht lletolvcd, and formlo cheap to the
tiwlc, Now York KAItl.Y UOSK.SKEU lo
tatoeit and other kind".
Olover, Timothy, ltcd-top and other
Top Onion and choice garden seed,
brith In papord nml bulk.
riows and l'low Ilurccs-i.
AUo a lull line of groceries on which wo
nliall oUer oxtra inducemcntii.
We uro now opening the llntft lino ol
ptlnti that has ever been brought to Cairo.
Wn otlcrbarijnlisln U lines.
J0-2-2S-M. Ni:w OttK STOItl!1
Two or thrco gontlcmen can ho accom
modated with day board. Houso on Wal
nut, between Seventh nml Hlslith. Apply
at thh otlleo. yO-H.2.(it.
A ffooil horfe, top Irngfry, hiirne-g, fad
He, and bridle, on roafeonabloterms. Kn
nnlro of Dii. H. W.itiSKii.
Oiululfof the large two slory doublo
tirlek hou?o on Twentieth Mrf et, botween
J'oplur and Wa-jliingt n. Inrjulro ol
sp.3-2.ni, .licon KtUIM.
wi:i)Ni:si)AV, .MAi.cn y, is75.
a ..vo r. t:i;.it csi s.
'or .lln. or.
l'.liilDK Jiff I'lroAe iimi'iiinre .I0II.V II.
I'llll.l.l.S an a cniiliUult- r.ir Major ut Cairo, al
thfiimuln niiiiileljint t'ltvlimi
JHinuryiBI, l"!"5. .Manv Cirir.L'.s.
I.unil iVeallii r Itepiiil.
I'Alno, III., March '2
1IAII. II UK I WlMl
:i. .r.i T, '
: x i..
'i iio.mas jonks. .irui. s- s. . t;. a. a
Mr. Wet.ol. of the SI. Nicholas took,
poi-t'-'lou of tlie hotel building, curuci'
ol Kighth lrett ami Cotninerehil nveiiiie.
yetenlny. lie lm imimil It the "(.iraml
.lllile Ol'eell' l.e llllf.
A large audlenei' n-'einbledntthe High
School building lift night, the occifloii
iK'Illg the lecture by .lllde (ireeli. The
addic-s " pronounced by all, waa inot
i.'xcellent one, and was fully up to the ex
pectation of the liteiier.
-Mr. Chfirle- .M. Howe, of the llrm of
ChiirhM ,M. Howe tt Co., we are credita
bly Informed, hif been fortunate enough
to dmw the nuot -tun of iilnetecn huudriHl
iIoIIhpi in tin' I.ouNnIIIu lottery. We
areal-o liiformeil tliat another gentleman
ofthi city drew one hundred and uliiely-
To all whom it may concern
lug will Ik: held at the Hough ami Heady
company' hall, thl ( Wednesday) ewn-
lug at 7 o'eloek, for Hit purpoe of mak
ing arrangement to plait the Cairo City
Cemetery at Villa Itidge under the con
trol of proper trii-ttt-, where all who arc
conceriitil arc tt"iei)tfully luvltit! to at
torn I. O. Aimni, I'rotiiletcr.
( aiiio, .March 'M. 17.'.
'I III I'lrnl Tritln.
Tin; flrt through train on the Cairo ,fc
.St. I ,onl Xnrrow-llniigc railroad, w- e.-
peeted to arrive in llil city lait night,
with Col. S. ft. Taylor. .Judge llro. .Mr,
F. V.. Camlee and a number of other gen
tlemen on board. Judge Uro"! anil Col.
Taylor left thi city Sunday afternoon on
the Illinois Central train for Jonc-boro,
w here they rxieetel to meet the train.
ind hoard her al that plaw for thi city.
Tlie l.llielitl Hiillsliitlk Mirlnlile
Thi- leing the night for Hie regular
wtrklv MA-lablu of the l.llx'rai l'ell;iou
A-oclation. their hall, on the corner of
rwelltli street and Washington avenue.
will U thrown open for the reception and
itnii-etiient of all who may wUH to at
tend. KI-eiibnrg'-) splendid .-tring lxind
will be on hand and furuUli inu-lc for
dancing, which U the principal feature of
attraction on tlit-e oeca-ion. Kvurytwdy
1- invited to attend.
Last Saturday evening, alter tlie lat
plke on the Cairo t. St. I.ouk narrow-
gauge rnllro.nl had been driven by Mr.
1'rick. all tlie employe? proceeded to
.lone-lwro, ami on arris al at that place
were pre-entoil witliu keg of orandy by
one of tlie eitl.en". Many of the work
men lMH-amc Intoxlcatcil, and iiunrrel
were nuiueroU". Some of thcni threat-
eiitil to kill the contractor" agent., who
at Hrt refued to pay them, but alter the
liquor had -pent It, force they became
quiet, and no harm wa done.
Tlie lle Mr. Tliayer.
Wo learn that the Uev. lr. Thayer,
who for the pat three year ha tilled the
pulpit of tlie l'ri'ibyteriaii church of thi
city, tendered hU rc-igimtioii a pa.tor
for tlie t-ccoud time, al thcconcluiou
of the services hot Sabbath morning.
The tevereiid gentleman, In company
with id mmlly. will leave till city next
week, for Viueeniiiv-, where he will as
sume the patomti of the Main -trect
l'rebyterian ebureli of that city, nml
where a very cordial reception await
htm. Mr. Thayer I a nio-t worthy gen
tleman, and wherever hi Inclination.,
mav lead him, he will ever be accompa
nied by the lc-twi-hcr. of the IIui.i.i.iis
and the people ofthi- elly.
A l.llllt inn Mile.
For nearly two week pa-t, Sheriff
Irviniiud Deputy Shcrlll'.lohu Cain have
been engaged iu huutliigup a man named
1M. Jolmonl who, In company with three
other tleperadoes robbed a mail carrier
often tlmii-aml dollar., al Memphis.
Chicago'- great detective, l'lnkertoii, was
also nn hU track, and both parties were
doing their utmo-t to outwit tlie other,
ami capture their man. On Sunday,
however, the Intelligence came to Sherill
Irvln that Joluisnitwnsat Cape Girardeau,
whither he had made his way from Cale
donia In a newly painted wagon, accom
panied by a woman. Irvln at once took
the train on tlie Cairo, Arkansas it
Texas railroad for Charleston, and from
there lie inado Ids way to Allenville.
When lie arrived at this burg, and wasal
mot sure t)iat ho felt his hand
upon the object of his search, he learned
that Johnson had but an hour before been
captured by l'iukerton, who had follow
ed him Iroin Caledonia, arriving at Capo
tllranlcan almost as soon as John-on did.
To-inoirow evening the ladles con
nected with tho Mctliudlst church will
give a inu-leal entertainment and festival
In the pallor of tlie church, which prom
Isu to lie very pleasant affairs. Tho inu
tilcal part of the sociable will be a very
attractlvo feature, as thoo who will par
ticipate In the concert aic among tlie best
singers ami Instrumental pci formers) of
Cairo, tlio most prominent of whom tiro
Mrs Mousarrat, Mrs. W. I'. Wright. Mr.
Stearns, Mra. Klllot, Mr. IVo, Mr. Mc
ICee. and other, who will r!eo tho
choicest productions of the most noted
composers of music The refrcMimcntR
will be of the very best, and will be
Fcncd up hi the most palatable manner.
In fact, the whole nll'.ilr will hu one oi a
very enjoyable, nature, nml no one, should
lull lo attend, The proceeds will bolde
voted to the welfare of the church. VS
From ollleer Sheclian Icnru of a
.small (llllkulty which occurred between
two colonil women named Maggie Hus
ton ami Dlvnii Km Is on Sunday. IMvlta
and .Maggie arc boom companions but.
through (imc uiNuudcr-tntidiug, thcy
becamo out of humor with each other,
and both were bcnl on vengeance. Al
though IHvira Ii the ninillcr ol the twain,
he i poietcd of inori muscle than
Maggie. Of this fact .Maggie win well
aware, and In order lo keep her anttigo
nlt ul ii respectable ilibtaiiee, -lie armed
her-elf with a hatchet, nnd then started
out for a -.troll. She had not piocenloil
far, however, before she encountered Kl
lm, who at once advanced upon her,
w ith tin Intention of chawing her up
nils i'. Hut Maggie llourlshed the hatchet
iu the air Iu a menacing way, nml Klvlra
fhought -he had better retreat and watch
for a more favorable opportunlly, when
she would swoop down upon the enemy
and annihilate her without much trouble.
Fur thi moment to arrive she did not
have long to wait. Towards evening Kl
vim found Maggie on Fourth street, near
Commercial avenue, unarmed, ln hav
ing left the hatchet behind. -Vow was
her chance, and she took advantage of It.
She went for Maggie, and tlie two hail a
regular hair-pulling, rough and tumble
row. finally winding up under a hoti-i..
J loth were pretty badly scratched, but
no bone- wtie broken.
A Hint In (In- Worliliiz .Man.
A man witli a family, however poor
la may lie. owes it to hl w ife to avi! her
health and strength iu eery way porl
ble. He ha no right to allow the moth
er of hi children to wear her life out toll
ing with her needle to clothe her family.
Ill duty Is to buy tlie Wil-on Shuttle
Sewing Machine, the lM -t machine lor
family sewing and manufacturing pur
poses ever blunted, and he can buy one
lor fifty dollars. More than thi, lie can
buy the WiNon Machine on terms which
enable him to pay for It iu small monthly
Installments that he can spare out of his
wage without feeling the drnln. He will
get, theieby, n machine that even n child
can operate, and which will proc a per
manent family blelng. Machine will
Ik dullurvd at any Hailroad SUiiiou In
this county, Ire of transportation
charge, if ordered through the compa
ny's I'.ranch houo at 010 North Fourth
stn et, St. Louis They tend an elegant
catalogue and chronio circular frit on
application. This Company want a few
'I lie llHsllppl.
ThcM. Loul ltfiblitan, hi -peaking
of the propo-ed improi inciils of the
Mil-'ippl river, .ny: "The important
question which concerns the country I a
practical one. Gen. ."-linpson in accord
ance with the law oi congress, wa rc
quinsl to make -urvey and furnish esti
mates of cotof -eeurlng a iorinunent
depth of water for purjKies of navigation,
of at Ient -Ix feet, from the mouth of the
Illinois to St. Louis, and of eight feet
from St. Loui lo Cairo. The require
ment sNcllics tlie aliovc a the lowet
stage depth. Proceeding on these demand-,
licit. iinpon has caued to be
made careful survey and critical exam
ination of all tlie net on this part of the
river, and not only announce a poIble
feasibility, but I quite po-ltivc that the
required depth can Ik secured per
manently and at a -ot not
at all commensurate to the vast Import
ance of the work. After carefully eoiiild
erlngnll the essential requirements Gen.
Simp-on regard tlie improvement of tlie
Ml!slppl so a to ecure tight feet of
water from St. Louis to Cairo as an engin
eering prouiblem solved. There Is no
quet!ou a to tlie practicability ol con
trolling the channel .-o as to secure the
de-ltvd ro-ult. and to accoinplih so
grand an enterprise and -eeure this navi
gability permanently he etiuiate will re
quire an expenditure ofa little more than
seven millions of dollar. I'hl sum, ac
cording to the statement-, will not make
the Improvements permanent nml solid to
control tlie current, but will secure the
banks against abraIon to as to retain tlie
channel as once fixed.
The l'arich School wa opened on Mon
day, March 1st, Hut pupils will bo re
reived at aiy time, on the condition
already puiililied. Tho ten less of l'ro-fe-sor
Frlck havo been fecured for Instmc
tl"ii In tho German language. Fortbli mi
extra charge will bo m uie. l'upds wisliiny
to study Herman only, will como to tho
school at 1 o'c'ock p. in.
CltiltLKs r.ii.iiEnT, Hector.
The following communication was re
ceived at till? olllce yesterday, and wns
written by an Indignant citizen of Mound
City, w ho, we presume, read tlie account
of tlie murder of tho negro woman by
ltoss In this city on Sunday, iu which It
was .stated Hint Iioss hailed from I'tilaski
Moi'.sn Citv, March 2, 187.).
F.n. Hu.i.KTiN : As one of the eltUens
ol Mound City, allow me to say that the
ltoss who killed a "nigger" In your city
on last Sunday evening, U not a citizen of
I'lilaskl county, and has not been lor a
number ol months past, but has been lu
tlu,j employ of Messrs. I less Chapman
of Foreman, In Johnson county. Wo, of
l'ulaski, ouec had him to atlllct us, but
cheerfully pass him oyer to thukiud treat
ment ol our Alcxnuner county menus
II. Schmetzstorifunnouiiccs to his friend.
nnd lormer patrons thtt ho ban iipeimil thu
l)i:i.TA IIAKl'.UY, comer or Nlnetcenlli
and Poplar htnets, where ho will be pleased
to greet them agalu, and ujsures them that
hu can furnish the bent of fresh bread, rolls,
etc. Okni'ink Uvi: llnfcAD will be made n
pocliilly, Try him again. Il-M.-Im
Yoitriff Oakley, thougli yet very low,
Is said to Iw Improving slowly.
Then was a regular meeting ol t In
city council last evening.
Tho head of this Institution returned
to the city from Sprlngilcld yesterday
HoincinlMT that Ihc Liberal Hellglon-
ltn give their regular weekly sociable, to
The elly all Is Mill without any occu
pants, there having been no nrrets made
for several days.
Huslucss on thi! levee still continues
very lively, and the eon)uilson mer
chants arc happy.
The entertainment nml festival to be
given by the ladle of the Methodist
church to-morrow night will Ik a very
Jack Kos the man who shot uml
killed the negro woman, Alice Gibb,last
Sunday, 1 not so seriously Injured as It
The Liberal Hcilgioni-t oiler their
hall to any lady or gentleman In this
city, who may vlh to deliver an address
on any subject.
Heggar.s an again becoming nu
merous, and our charitable citizens will
again have an opportunity to give them
It i said that three gentlemen have
already slgulllcd their intention of run
ning for tlie olllco of city clerk at the on
The people of Jonesboro, we are told,
are making extensive preparation" for a
grand railroad celebration, to take place
lit an early date.
Mrs. S. .1. S. has written a communi
cation for the Mound City Journal, which
will apiHiir lu the next i-siio of (hut
The finance committee of tlie city
council held a meeting at the council
chamber at four o'clock yesterday utter
noon. The F. F. F. Literary and Debiting
society will meet at the l.'nltcil Slates -lg-nal
service rooms to-night. The public
arc Invited lo Im present.
The select party given by the Delta
City Cornet Hand at Kluge's hall, last
evening, was well attended and wa
highly enjoyed by thoc present.
l'cter Cotiant, thu man who had his
leg cru-hed while switching cars on tin
Illinois Central railroad last Saturday,
and which had to be amputated, is doing
The Iiev. Mr. Thayer, as It will be
een by referring to another place lu this
lsue of the Hi'Lt.r.Tlx, lias resigned tlie
pa-torate of the 1'iesbyterlaii church of
thi city, and will leave for Vinccnnos,
Indiana, next week.
George Lattner, the popular saloon
kti'iicr on the corner of Fourteenth street
and Washington avenue, left yt-terday
on a bulnes trip tor St. Loui nnd
Cincinnati, to remain probably a week
or ten days.
The pas-etigcr train on the Illinois
Central railroad, dim at half-past '1 o'clock
in the afternoon, did not get here yester
day until half-past five, being three hours
late. What the cauc. of the delay wa
we could not learn.
We were told yesterday afternoon,
that the captain, clerk and mate nfthe
steamer John ICyle, who held a ortioii
of the ticket which drew tlie capital prize
hi the Louivlllr lottery, will realize nine
teen tliou-and live hundred dollar from
Nothing was done In the police courts
yesterday. Judge Hro having gone to
Jonesboro, to come to thi- city on the
tlrt through train on the Cairo it St. Louis
narrow gauge. Judge Hlrd would have
had all of the bu-lne to tranaet. but a
there wa nothing to do. he had a very
ea-y time of it.
We learn from a Mound City ex
change that there is a small force ol
hand- at work on the soldiers' monument
iu tlie National cemetery at that place.
Tlie men who worked on the monument
under McHaiue have not received their
pay yet, and It look rather doubtful
about their ever getting it.
It is said that J. II. Ciiniilnghaui,
Esq., of Cairo, will soon open the Ccn
I rid Hoifu in this city and keep hotel
therein. Mound City J umnl.
This is a mistake. Mr Cunningham,
we are told by rcspon-iblc panic, lias
no Intention of leaving Cairo, but on tlie
contrary, will enter the coutet at tho en
suing municipal election for City At
torney, lie having been requested to do
so by a number ol his friends.
The Hon. Claiborne Winston, hi com
pany with his wife, who, ("r many weeks,
has been lyinsr at the point of death, left
this city Sunday afternoon forHiohnioud,
Virginia, their former homo. Mr. Win
ston also ha been allltctcd for tlie past
week or two, and thinking that a trip
South might be of bcncllt to both Ids wife
and lilnielf, lie resolved to under
Custom .Mmle Mines.
Just in and ll w ujictila, the hist line of
Hiring Shoes over brought to Clro. Wo
also lnndle the clebrat d C. M. Hcndenon
.t Co', custom .lioei, R'l warranted. Why
buy poor goods when good goods can bo
bad as low at the
27-2-13-St. Nr-w YoitK Stoue.
(.'ciiernl nml County Ak'eiils M auled.
An established Life lniirance Com
pany of New York, is delrou of out lin
ing General, onuty and Local Agents,
iu Southern Illinois and Southern Indi
ana, Those who ate already in tho business
may llnd this a more profitable cornice
tion; vvlille to xr.w uvn mux tills may
prove a line opening,
TJio Company In question Is one of
good repute and undoubted strength and
solvency, and desire. only Agents who
will make contracts based upon liberal
comml-fclons and renewals,
Address full name, residence, details of
experience, If any, and references
l. 0. Hox W), Ni:w Vohk Cnv,
A McNeal it Urban Fire Proof .Safe,
with latest Improved combination lock.
Also one Letter Press.
J-'JO-lOt,, T..T. Kt-n.ii.
Olljet Unking Powder for ale
Ai'TKlt February 1st, 81,000 reward will
be given tor llfiy good paying diy boarders
at tho Del.moii.'co Hotel ? I u Week.
(fillet's FI;tvo.rlng Lxtracts thcliest
In iis, mid for s.tlc by nearly every gro
cer. APiKii Fehnnry lit, 9 LOW reward will
bo given tor llfty good p-iyX' aj boarders
at the Dclmonln? Hotcl- per week.
Joo HoLoker Is now In I-'11 control of
the Washington bakcty, and bavin;; learn
ed the wants of tho public, I prepared to
fUf ply on call n'l deiiumUfor 1' 0,,cli ioat
Ho,toi), llrown and Graham bn ,oJ'
evcrjthlng rlt-o ordinarily found lu B,r,t
classbik.ry. Ho maintains a full to '
confectioneries, and can, as well s l
other dealer In the city, lill all order I, 1
that line, Cake baked, frosted or nrn i
nientcd on nhott notice. Spcela '.mention
given to the orders of weddm;; or picnic
parties. i) t'j-tf.
Call for tho bJftt-Glllef linking
Powder lbr It never disappoint), the
Newly-fitted, finely fnniMieJ barber
shop by George MtinhoU'C, corner Com
mercial avenue and Klhth street. Ynrs
nl pruet co Invo given htm a light bund
tint mike- a inooth sbave dtlluatful. All
whotry hmi once VTillcall again, All the
Uto dally piper an kept on his Utile tor
the bmclll ol bis co-tolnetM, nnd thero Is
no tedious vv.iltlngf.ir turn. tf
Glllet's Making Powder the bct lu
Use always ivllnble.
To AtruriiviiU l.v spepsln,
iiitroihicc Alcoiiol Into the stomach, nnd
ili-mliy rj'j thedlgiMlve fluldof I i solvent
power. H.iturniea pleee ot bread and meat
with gantrio Juice, and It will dissolve,
Tali Is digestion. Add to such a mixture
a little alcohol, and It will not di solve,
I'hl-Illustrates ltidlgctlon. Uc.warc, then,
ye dyspeptics of tinctures, inliflon or de
coction eoiralning spirituous liquors
hun all such rum "tonic," and nly solely
on Dr. Walkci's Vinegar Hitters tho llncs't
herbal Invlgorant kinwn, tud free from tho
tltry cini of Alcohol. 2-lfi d,Vw-lm.
George I.utncr tornorofFo.irtecnth and
iVasbtngton avenue, will futiilsh horcaltir,
very day to his patron a No. 1 lunch, be
tween the hour often and twelve o'clock.
Frevh Mllwmikoe beer and fragrant Havana
?lgars to be had at his I ir at all times.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
Ilnpp.v Heller for Tilling Men from the
effect, orKrrom and Atusrs in early life M.m
lioo'l rr-tiiinl. tiniMsliinents to Marriage re
nioirtl New nisi In 1 of treatment. Ncn ami
rrinarkalilo mnedirs ftooksnnit circulars -frit
fire, in Usl envelniast. AiMnj, IIOW'Alfl)
AOtIA'IIO.V. II!) N Xbith -trts-t, I'ldlaJil
pliia, f'u . tin Institution having a hh:h reputa
tion for liiiiiiirulile conduct and profwsiiniial
Steamer Ja. Fik, Padueah.
U.S. Turner, Clncluu ill.
' Paragon, Cincinnati.
" Tliompson Dean. LouUvllle.
John Kyle, Cain. Girardeau.
Steamer Ja. Fl-k. Paducali.
' II. S. Turner, Mcmphl.
'ity of Helena. Vickburg.
" Paragon, New Orli-iin.
Thompson Dean, N. O.
Thoina Means, St. Loui.
Nellie l'tck, St. Louis.
Heo and barga, tt. Louis.
John Kyle. New Oilcan.
H. A. Habbage, St. Loul.
Indiana. New Orleans.
nivi:u, vvi:.v iitr.it ash iiii.sk!.
The weather ha undergone a con
siderable change since Monday morning.
Monday night it turned cold, and yester
day It was cold and disagreeable, with a
cloudy sky and strong north wind,
Husiuess l,as it lias been forlliepa't
ten day, very active.
Tlie Ohio river mjo, three feel and
nine Inches yc-tenlay, and at dark wa
still going up very fast. -
I -OUT ITIIMS
-Tlie J. II. Hlgly lelt Loiil-villo on
Monday with a tow en route for New Or
leans. 4.; . . 4
The Courier-Journal "1" the' 1-t fnys
tlie Arlington took on board a lot of
freight and a lot of mule- and sailed for
, 'Jiie Cornier-Journal of yetenlay
says; "The Tom Sherlock arrived from
Cincinnati yesterday, and laid over until
lids niornlngat IP o'clock, when she will
leave for New Orleans, dipt. Hart tried
to bring the Cincinnati bridge away with
lilm, hut the chimney, went a Utile too
weak at tho top, and he was ineinlhig
them up a little yesterday."
Tho St. Louis Dumoemi of the '.'d,
says ; "Captain P. Conrad left fur Cairo
la-t evening to start the Hon Accord and
General Anderson up to St. Loul. They
have been out a long time. Heavy rains
night before last and yesterday, extend
ing north, and snows beyond. Prosfect
better for a swell above and below ICeo
kuk, although tho weather was cold last
night. Tho Ohio, Cumberland and Ten
nessee are forty or fifty feet deep. The
gorge at Ivlnnnswkii Is gone. The river
roe lllteen Inches hero yesterday, and
there Is nine or ten feet ot water lu the
channel to Cairo. Shipments, to the
South were brisk yesterday,"
l sJ3 5
Nuh lll ....
si. Louis .,
17I0U tlie spwsly rjrf of S.iidiupW'takiie.i,
.' litluuhood and qll itlsonlers troulit
mi by IniU-ciftlona or cxcui Any Druggist
lint Uiu luivillfnU, .
AiWr., l)r H. Itll.TQV&CO ,
1-.'1-(IW1Y ('liiolDtMU, Ohio
IT I IS.
U.rr tel Dallj- by I- M Stenrni, cemmls'lon
m-rcliont, Jsecretory of the Cairo Hoard or
Flour, nccordln to ftradc-
Corn, mlxnl, sarknl
Corn, white, f.u-kil
OaU, nilxctl - -
Ilrnn, r ton
.Meal, stsani tlrit'l
Ilullrr, thoiic orllnrn n.ll - ..
Iluttcr, cliolccs,outhern Illinois ....
Chickiiis, iertoni - .
Turkeya, i-rdncn -
ApptM, clioke, lr bartrl
Apples, conirnnn, per 1-iml
I'lii.ttiAK, l r Imnvl
Onions, ar lrrtl
Clnc, r muimI
. 91 OOrtO (C
lo ovyiA oi
.... .-sta tf,
FOR LEASE OR RENT.
SFLENDID DAIRY FARM.
I A irnill farm contiiulnir elKlity acre, sltusttsl
thire inllis Oiun l ui oi. on the Natron iiiik
skil, nnd almut one mile liuiii iiroil depot
1 uinc Slvty acres uiiilerciilthatiiiiii till mi
",n tooil frnce Onotl ilui'llini, ilc , on tlie
,'rr ' 'ilils la flrst-clai oiiiiortimliy fr nn
on III -i,,ii(f .i mgHfv hi Dairy t'attnltiir.
J",r,' , w In Mill the time, f'urfurtlitr tin
ronnatiuii "John y iiaiiman ai o .
Ileal Ktnle Aitnit.
Cor .sixth .'''" (-l,ll''' Illinois
i.KtKm i. K,,,;";S
It. SMYTH &' C0"
WhoUMle ami ttitall Deultn ln
Foreign and Domes -
WBXKK F A S.I. lE'i).S.
No. 60 Ohio Levoc,
iTf:Mtr -MYTH (' hiive nntl
1L lann.atiH'k nf tin 11 lnxxl " ncir-
kct, and slrrr-ixrlal nlteiitiuii lot i-uliil
rancli of the bu,lnc.
Stonmboat, Hotel and Family
AND liCALKII IS
Groceries, Vegetables, Game,
Fish, Egps, Northern Butter, tfce.
Between WaahiiiRton and Commcicinl
tJ-(!ootls dil vtiut fu of charge.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
Hotel and Restaurant
Two doors novlli nf tl'c Cairo and Yliicuim'.s
WM. WKT2EL, Proprietor.
I -J Ai .
A TltlNTY Mutch kept iii'lit and day for
.. ti-aiiii mid "tuiinbo.it.
'Die Ixvit of lu'coinmuil. ill, ins fur tranairiit
Kiii'l at Th ii liollnra Mr day.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
vytniliy-ult; nud J! ttt.lt PmIcim In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIltO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Ilulon & WlUon'n. Cornor Twelfth St.
and Ohio Levee.
WI will; run an fiv waKtin IIiiiuikIiouI (be
Seantni, ilellieriug puie liiLe Ice III nuy
part of the city iittliu lnwe-t mtuUt price, uml
will nto fiirnldi our tVIt mis mit.l.lc the city with
ruby tin- mkQ or car load, packed la ni vidua t
or shiiuiitiit to any illstaucc.
Wholosalo, Retail and
W H O O 3C"BI Blooli,
Corner Poplar and Elovonth Streota.
r -B5-y,IIlJi:UoBt CnaU Prioo pnicl for
Leading Journal of Southern
WiltftciuhuMl oppose '1C roiities of the
I , , .. ,n l, ,,.,
Hcpubllisn party, nnd n 10 he tiam-
m-jllcd by the dictation of ani-Hquo In tho
H billuves that the llepublican part bas
fulfilled It mbslon. and that the Dcruo'
eratlc pvrty at nuw ogn'zcd kUould be re
stored to pow cr.
It believes the Radical tyranny that has
fcr sjvcral ycats oppressed the South
should be overthrown and the people of the
Southern State permitted to control their
It believes tlut railroad corporations
should bo prohibited by legislative enact
ments, from extorting und unjustly dsscrlm
lintlng ln their business tritif actions with
It recognizes the equality of all men be
fore the law.
It advocates free commerce taritl for
It advocate resumption of specie pay.
mcnt, and honest psynicnt of tho public
It advocates economy in tho administra
tion nf public ntl'nlrs.
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Hulletln will publish all the. local news
nf Cairo, and a variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreign nud General Novx, and en
(leaver to plc.uo all taste- and IutcreU ali
Is a thirty-two column paper, furnished to
subscribers for the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Poet-itfe prepaid. It Is the cheapest paper
in the West, and Is u pleaalno; Fireside
Visitor und Family Companion.
Cannot fail to see tho unrlvalid Induce
ments offered by The Hulletln In the way
of cheap and proiltablo advertisements.
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