Newspaper Page Text
. u. (iiiBt.v, w. rrrr.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
eS.. 'W.T'-VA.T'V i CO.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildln. Cor. Twelfth Sire
end WMhlSKton Avenue,
lf( oiuitT and KallroadWork a Specialty
i)rncr. 1 Ioitrh Kroin 7:30 a.m. to 0:30
ii.rn.; Siimliiy from 7to9a.tn. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
A.M. P M.
Central I; U
Cairo A Vinrenn.
II K Dsily.
Cnlro, Arkan.n A
Triu H It ivtilly
Oh. Hlver Route.
Intly exc.'t Monly
Mm. Hiver Itoale
L'p, Hun. Tu. Pri.
Iiown.Tu Thu fut
Friday A Katiinlay
a. w. mkeaio, p m.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
TIIAUtS LEAVE CAIRO
Mail at.. U:"op. m -..Daily.
Kxpress at Sil'ipm "
Freight at...- 4 :. m. ..Exempt Sunday.
Freight at . 4:"i) p in... " '
AKtlVB AT CAIRO
Mail at M. 2:20 b in Daily.
hxprena at...-.-.... 1 :d p. m . Kt-pt Hundey.
reightat 7:"0 p. tu... " rlunu.y.
rreight a. , li o'J rn... . " Sunday.
JAHE3 JOHNSON, Agent.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Kll.r.M leaves Cairo dailr "i: p. m.
v J" Aprws srrive at tairo ditilv 4:0" a. in.
- rvMiiinin.latliifi leaves Cairn duil r z:'Ja. m .
f Ar'vmmiO'Utioa arrives dally (except
humlAV) U;. m
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
We Ilavo Como to Stay
rllK train of this company connect at fit.
Louis bii I Ka.l t. Louis, with all other
aunt tu the rl, l.eawl aail Hl,
TIMK S HKI'l'I.E
J.eave Cairo ...........
Arrive at t . Iuis .
.. '.' ti a m
tenT Eat St. Louis 4' a til.
Arrir at (,a:ro .... ":'' p.m.
.1. L. HIM KI.EY, General Superintendent.
J. A. WhMZ, ..eiierBl Passenger Agent.
V. II. MA KA HI. AN D, Ag-nt.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
THE .SllOHTKST UOl'TK TO
Kvanaville, Indianapolis. Cincin
nati and Louisville,
tl NN'IN.i TlIKOl tiH BY Ii.VYLMlHT.
The Shortest and 'jt. kcst Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
C!oe Connection with the
Mail" t the Last.
INDtAXAfOl-M AND riKCtSMATI EII'ME.A.
Ixivn Cairo -
Arrive at Brini
A rrlvta at inttni.f
.1 : :l
VIA T. LOl lr ASH i)l'TUKA!'tKHK RAILROAD .
Arrivn at Kvansvii'.e V .
flA I!IA!APO!.H AXI1 Vi:.CB.SSE BAU.UOAB.
Arrive at In'lian:iix)Iu p.
VIA OUI J AXU MIMhltSll'I'l RAILROAD
Arrivt-a at Nurth Vrrnon
AinvtrA at Clii'-iunati
c Air.o Kxritt.4
Arrives at V linvnncs
ArrivM at Unui
Arrirca at Cairo .....
f. A. KILLER, U. L.
...... a 30 a m.
1 :4.S p in.
(k-n' 1'aKK. Aa't
tfFor iDfomuitioii rtiv ta ratM and cou-
.ikiiuiu, apply to L- H
ARE PAID s'
duai.leU in line o( iluty, if by
accident or wheiwiu. A
XOINI of any kind, tb
lot of a l lnK?r or T, o
ll.e Iom of au tye, a III !
l l ltt:, if bat alight, givet a
peiiMon. Die of Lungs
or arlooae Vein give a
pension. HO U W T V. If
diichrtd lor wound.iniuriei
er rupture, you tt full boun
ty. Ale-Seiid 2 atampi for
cupy of Pension and Bounty
AlI. Ad !rst all lettert 10
F. H. FITZ 3ESALD,
U. S. CU:m Agent, Indlanap.
CliS, Ind. " On all letter
mn k K O. liox 04."
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
iat au .1. w tit I'niiivai H'-vf
Curea all forms of PRIVATE,
CHRONIC aud StXUAL
Speruiatorrliea auJ Jtupoincy.
fc th nuH uf i'if.tlnif iu tt-HiUi. -Minl -. f M id
txttfr ear or i..tpr fuu, kui intu(iu muc ' I Hi ti4
h WlOg ltt'tl' X V'Ki'U(.'.4, Hilirnal f T'litsltiUB, tHl(ht MltlaV
Ky 4t.fitui. 1MiuH"9 o f l-i' Uv W'-UitT) , ii)
pi ftllKvaw, Pini.-oa Vmc-; -U. i 'im, of K nial
4 oot.i..u uf M'b4, el tft xtta i 1'i ftr, d.nu(
aUi rtagf htipriif T of iinli'ti DV, " tUrui-M aiti't p him-
''l frv.u.tut, .!.-.., Gonorrhea,
ULI.I.T, HirWure. Orihiui. H
tnl-i mu-i iiS.t ir...t M-n . tb-k'y
U iitwlf fii-ttt ih.i' m iMBt n -1'iu L-'iuk "I ill fc t left t ton
erun cl... i M1 ir. ' in
lly. fc-.uir. ,n ,. i.ilM,H,n k..
'OUu-n4 vr.on, ty niTMrc. h'-u 1
I, It is uy fur U...IH -ni, nallrinr. cm
lUl H.l.lf I'V lll.lllur .-Vf.ru.. ....a....
av'.mr. yrHt 'hid. aUHA kit iHkT UiIb fftU .fta
i ouui n4 ur.iii, to mi-Mrt. h u i: i ni' mut-iitci! t,
Ml ! iity fur u iu ni, nedWn cu I i ul j rivnwly
Cure Gaaranteed iu nil Cases
L'ob'U.iaMlbiia na-oaHv or hf i-tr frt bill tn1t..l
(birM nttscriat-auiltxrits cfufi4Miiiail.
Of KM r4, nilto.ajr Hr .. m, vr,y H..I-4. fur tnrr
.'rul.. Kliuiil.I ! r.:..l l.v id, Ad.lrw. w.rf.
VSCI ttuWI tiuu A . 14. lu P. M. SUU.l.j I W t f. U.
tgiCkOCk tan' I be uiana ny every agent
r0wva7 every niontk iu the. lumiucaa wa
lurnUh, but tlnoe willing to uorlc ran easily
mm a do.-n dollars a day right in their own lo-
lalitien. Have no room to explain here, lui.i
3s plcaiiaiit aud honorable, Women, boys
nd a-'rla do a well as men. We will furuUlt
you a cimplete out Ut free. Ina buainexa pay.
Ivettr than anythinK , w" will bear ex.
iKMiaeofaUrtingyou. fartirulara tte. Write
aud nee, KHriii ami luecUamca, thi'lr sou
,iid daughtan. aud all classes iu need of paying
work at home, Uould write to us iru all
arret worW at once. Now Is the time
r '. Ytl" I'ttuftj; . ugnst,
mt srniTK .hilt pattik-
On Hip ti'l.il wave ol 1S7I I'lUtfrsoii
was :arri'(l into'oiigri'n as tli (li'lognte
I'roin Colormlo. lli-wnu stirpriR'il at Ills
ciicresa, a bI-m was nil tlm coiintry, and
hi victory was ol momentous Impor
tance was, in fact, the oaue ol all
our present political wof s. 'J Iii reader
evidently astonished by this assertion,
and W, as a matter of eotirse. incredu
lous. But what we say ii a fact. 1'at
teron's election as delegate I rom Colo
rado was the little thing that made the
t-leel ion ol Mr. Tlldcti douhtful.
and caused im to stand In druid
ol civil war and the down
fall of the rrrnihlie.. You see, Colorado
was a territory, ISadieal in Its politico,
with Kadieal otlleials backed by tho llad
!eal federal administration. Tlio Undical
olllce holders quarrelled, and the result
ol tin; nuarrel wa that the tidal wave
entered the territory and curried Patter
son Into conpresK. Ol the many men we
have met with in our tbort lifo 1'attcrsou
is one of tin' most comely and entertain
ing. Everybody likes him who knows
him, and hu ttuccreded in getting into the
afleetions ol his fellow members ol
the house. lie coaxed them told
them that he could be elected to congress
if Colorado wen made a state and that
there was no doubt of his ability to give
it elecoral votes to the 1 'emocratic candi
date for the presidency. The Democratic
nnijority lx.-lieved him, and Colorado was
admitted Into the I 'nion. Tho result was
the present muddle. Patterson hit tho
lcmocr.itic party in the ere, and nearly
ruined the country.
But we were getting along very well
with our troubles. The electoral bill
gave a promise of praco and the inaug
uration of Tilden. The whole thing
hung upon the lairness of the litth su
preme judge, ami it was generally con
ceded that he would lie David Davis.
Thi bcliel hss been knocked down by
the election of Davis to the senate, lie
cannot now be the fifth judge, and it Is
said Judce Bradley will lie. .ludire
Bradley U one of President Oram's
judgas. lie was appointed for the pur
pose ot reversing the decision of the su
preme cuurt on thegreeaback 'pH st.ion
for the purpose of reversing it in the In
terest of a great railroad corporation.
That such a judge will act honestly
is possible ; but it is also poible that the
Democratic succe"- in Illinois, may, like
the Democratic success in Colorado, give
Mr. Tihlen trouble, and keep him out of
the white house. We hope not however.
Oi-.r cite is so strong that even judges
like Bradley ami Miller must, il tluy are
not altogether given over to the bad,
decided for Tilden and tho right. 11 how
ever, we do lose by the prejudice of Brad
ley, we w ill lie comiieiled to attribute our
defeat at Washington to our victory at
Springfield. With Dsvl on the eominii.
sion, he being au honest man. Tilden
would havo triumphed. With Bradley on
the commission, he being a judge put
upon the bench for a purpose, we may
succeed, but our chances ol success arc
Met 1.1 ItfAMI ON THE ELECTOR 41.
fien. Jo'in A. JkClemand, whose vol..-
was loud for war, endorses the electoral
bill. lie calls it tho bill of tieaee, and
holds that the commie-ion authorized
by it is warranted by many high consid
erations. "Abstractly it is fair." he
says ; "abstractly it is just."
The objection that the bill attempts to
delegate powers lodged by the constitu
tion in the president ol the senate, (Jen.
McClernand disposes of without diffi
culty. The bill withholds from the pres
ident ot the senate the right to count,
and this also has precedent
made ,by practice done. "Hence."
says the general, 'this point is dismissed:
lir't, as illy taken ; and, s.eeonc!, as over
ruled." Ilutlf the power to count dot s not re
side iu the president ol the senate, it
resides in the two houss. Good ; but,
noa consta t, as a power residing equally
In each house, it is subject in its exercise
to regulation by the coucurrcut action of
both. The enactment of this bill will be
the consummation ot such regulation
"Then again," says tho general, "so far
the bill Is constitutional."
The bill does not contemplate a practi
cal abdication of the power aud responsi
bilities of the two houses. According lo
its term? and intent, only such powers
are to bo conferred upon the commission
as are iu their nature ancilliary and sub
servient to an end over which tho two
reserve an ultimate controlling and de
terminate will and judgment. "In other
words." the general goes on, "the mem-
hers of the commission stand, lompara
tively, iu the samo relation to tho two
houses as c special commissioner or
the master of the rolls does, acting under
the court's order of appointment and
reference. with ; f power.. . to take
evidence aud report his conclusions of
fact and law concerning tho cojne. It
the court approves llie report, u beeomes
the act of tho court and is determinate.
It the court disapproves it. it becomes
null, and the court may proceed tie novo,"
Gen. McClernand uses a very forcible
pun, aud In defeuse of the bill bus made
it do most excellent work.
rr tbe BUI.
(Ml. Carme! Register
lielievinu it to be tha best id an vet pro.
pos4 tor 9 setrjnent of tha veud pissi
deaUal muddle, wa sineerelf hops it Will
0&e, SvLllatlA SullAlne. Cstnn Twslfll, Street axil "Wm.mii.txi.ftoo. .A.-ren.ns.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. JANUARY 28, 1877.
StTRAIUli r TIC UKT.
I A contest for the rnunlclnal ofllees will
jooii bo engaging the attention ol our !
people; and we propose now to make I
a suggestion in reference to it. We have i
been one of thcbest-men-for-thc-olliecad-
Vurates, and have, for a number of years,
fondly hoped that our people, forgetting
their politics, would take an interest In
their local aflalrs and elect good men to
local positions of trust and honor. We
have been disappointed. The ''good
citizens" are lazy folks. They
don't rare much for themselves,
if they are ieiuired to go lo
a little trouble lor themselves. A real
good eitien is a man who takes no inter
est in local polities, further than to say :
"You ought to elect good nu n." Haying
this with an ctlort, he sits down and rest
until the election nas taken place, and
then ftxclaims : 'Ueally this Is too bad !''
A very good citizen is too dainty to, en
gage in the little combat of local politics;
and, in lazy do-nothingness, complain
ing at the wicked world and its
wicked ways, -inging hymns on Sunday
and making money on week days, he
iroes along, of verv little use to his. com
munity, sacrificing his own best inter
ests in neglecting the government ot hi
neighborhood, tohlin the most Important
government In the world, btir the good
men up w ith a long pole of partisan prej
udice, and they will get interested in even
a city election. Tell lladical Peter that
Democratic Paul is likdy to get into a
little oflice, and the good Judical
PiUr will say: "This uiust not
be allowed. Let us tec the
boy and get them interested against
ret 4?. Here is my little contribution."
'J ell Democratic Paul that Kadical Peter
Is anxious to get at the local crib, and
Paul begins to swear between meals that
Peter mnt Vx rt iinck, anu taught a
lcion. So it goes, until all the good
men of both parties actually become in
terested in local politics and begin to
'raise the devil" with the live
liest ot "the boys." Now,
we need a little intereH awakened
among our people in our city govern
ment, and the only way to awaken it U,
iu our opinion, to nominate straight
party tickets in the approaching contest
tor municipal oITicis. We want a
straight Democratic ticket for mayor,
city clerk, city treasurer, aud members
of the city council, and we desire a
lively tight for its success. In the inter
eat of eucli a canyasg we open cur arms
to all our Democratic lricnds aud ene
mies. Come, now, all the "boys" and all
the good men ; let us get excited and
elect a straight Democratic ticket if we
Thk State Juurwil of Thursday last
casually rftnarked: "The hopes of the
opposition were blasted, and it was evi
dent that DjvIs had come nearer the sPU.
atorhii) than he ever would again." At
half p:iat 12 o'clock on Thursday, Speaker
Shaw carelessly observed : "And David
Davis is therefore declared regularly
elected United States Senator," &.'). Since
which utterance of Shaw, the men ot the
Juufial have been mourning iu despair,
crying: Our hopes are blasted; the
nameoi the persimmon Is Davis, aud it
was knocked by the Democratic pole. O,
pshaw, Pliaw, why did you let "urn do It?
Bln?t it, we're blasted."
Deciii.ii v unkind is il in Davis, the
trolieksome old boy of the Sun, to throw
erbai meanness at our bahl head. The
lact hurt us. We are eensitive about our
head or rather about the loss of our
hair and don't like to have our baldness
referred to by Davis. If we Lad some
bears we would let them loose on the Sun
man; but ho would be safe. Hears
wouldn't touch him. Bears are uot hogs.
They don't eat dirty tiling. Thev
oul I look at him, become s'n k at the
stomai h. and say : 'Tas that dish by
us. Piugh !"
Thk other day, Dojt Morrison, foudly
believing that the Davis slate had been
lixed, telegraphed to Belleville : "The
fruit is ripe; we thall pluck It to-day."
But, unfortunately, the best laid schemes
of men and mice gang aft aglee. When
the balloting came on, Miles Kehoe re
fused to vote for Davis, and he was not
elected. The Don thereupon rushed to
the telegraph oflice anil sent to Belleville
this message: "Our pole wasn't long
enough to reach the persimmons." But
the. day after the pole became longer,
and down the persimmons came.
At 11 o'clock on Friday night the
nWtnrnl hill rise.l ttu. linnait bv a vote
electoral bill p.isind l.ie uouao by a vote
of 191 to 8(. It now goes to the presl-
dent lor approval. That the president
will refuse to sign the bill no one believes.
lie will sign It, and in its operation peace
will be preserved and justice done. The
people are to Do congratulated on this
solution ot oue of tho most momentous
political problems tliat ever before en
gaged t lie attention of a nation.
Oi'R Irolleksoino friend of the Sk; hit
ns on our bald head with a verbal eoeoa-
nut the olher day:
"Little Ii1.u k Monkey sat up in a Uta ;
Little lllsi-k Muiikcy be grinueJ at me ;
And he put out bis paw lor a cocoanut.
And Lie Urepped it awu on my occiput.
"The occiput is a part, youtUow,
Of the kead that is sensitive to a blow :
And it is very unpleasant to bava a hit,
l.spvuially sbeii there's no hair on il . "
Du Quoin Tribune.
It is said that tha dry, cold weather, dur
ing the past month or six weeks, h.s in
jured tho wheat severely in Fraukliii
t'ou ity. Tha aame Is also undoubtedly
true regarding the erop in i'jIs county.
Where It Cnllln?
An alarming report is current at t lie time
of tfoing to press thstMr. O, W. ( atlin, of
Carbondale. hss been missing since Mon
day. On Monday miming lie hired a
horse and saddle frotr the livery stable at
Ava, and started out fa tha country to try
a law-suit. Tuesday norning came and be
did not raturn, and tin owner of the home
started tt the place tshrre Mr. Cntlin bad
told him he was floliz. llelora arrlvinir
there he found his horse, which was1oie
anil grazing around over the wooiU.
Further search developed the fact that be
had not ke;t his appointment at the law
suit, and in scouring over the country nrtr
Verenncs, bi hat was found near the iron
bridge that croes Bcsueoup in the ( row
sett'ement. On VTedocsdiy Lis brother-in-law,
Mr. Charles Oaer, of C'arc'ondale,
,,., ,, , f ,...,, .,,
went up there, and Is at preent engage.! ,
in tue search, lie arew irotn j.&uo to
12,000 from the bank In Catbondale beiore
he left, (money ha had revived upon the
Insurance of hit house whi.ii burned last
fall) aud it Is .tha general exposition that
he has been foully dealt witt. AV awsit
Oppoaed to II.
So compromise !
Mn. At.nnioHT ha introuc( d a bill to
establish appellate courts.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS j
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Satiottkl Baak Building, ap-stairi.
The OldaatKatabUehed Agency In SouttJ
rn Illinois, representing orr i
163 OOO 000 !
TSOS. J. KERTS,
3eneral Insurance Agt.
Aellt f .r
St. Louis Fire Insurance Co.,
German of Freeport, Illinois,
Oerraania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000. 00.
I respeetstijlv solicit a slmre
Office in the Alexander County Baak.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are issued on the most favor
able terms by
GKMCHa!. IXslRAXCfc At. KM.
one hut K.Minal anil llnneal 7ini
'Jt'FKS-Iu the Alexander County Punk,
1-1 tf CAIRO, 1LLIVOIS.
E. r. Knnkei-M Hitter Wine of Iron
has never been known to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms: Indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breaming, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, uervoun trembling, dread
ful borrorof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness ofvUion. lanirnor. tint-
versal lasaituUe ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic '.y inp.
I nn, Iinnt4 llnhhinir At IliA liA Iv ilrv.
...I.. j . um..., . - -r " j t j -
ne.a of the akin, nalli J couutenaD.e and
I eruntiotis on the face, purityimr tho blood.
pain iu the buck, heiviness ot the eyelids,
irequeiit. Diaca spots nj iuK ueiure me eyes
u.luwararv guiUsion and loss of sight,
wat nt attention, etc. These symptoms
i all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
ye ; Thousand, are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
ollly wa"i s. ....
tio,)S. as Kunkel's bitter Wine of lrou is
so well known all over the country, drug.
iriets ttieui.elves make an imitation aud try
to sell it od to their customers, when they
call for Hunkers liitter Win of Iron.
Kuukei's Bitter Miuo of Iron is put up
only in tl bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph ou me wrapper ol
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on ihe outside, and you will always
V,a kiii-a to uet the genuine. Una dollar pel
bottle, or sir for fa. olu by nrusgtsts ami
ALL AVOKMS KKMOVKD ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy Tin Seat aud fctomach Worms.
lr. Kunkct, the ouly auccesaiul phj sieian
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and nn fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Ir. Kun
kel, Mo. Kri) North Ninth street, I'hllsdcl-
Jibla, Fa., or call on your druggist and sk
or a bottle of Kunkel's Worn fcjrup.
Trice, 11.00. llBSVSftaiui.
nm mm to suit tbs times
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Roam and Board, 3d Floor $3.00 Per Day
Spaelal Ra.taa by Waak or Month.
A limited number of very tlrab1 family
rooms rn lie necuml at mmotialjle rates lor the
'I lie St. Charier) la the largest ami 1est attpolnt-
Miiouse in Mouuiern iiunoia, ana la tlia leamna
hnM in .iTn. Notwliliatanaina the "Hel
Koek" reduction in price, the table will, aa
uiMial.be liberally auuplied with the verv beat
of everything that ran be found la market.
Fine large wimple room for onmiuercial trav
eler, on ground noor, iraeol charge.
KfAll baggage ol guttata conyeyeii to and t rom
i? naiei wuiioiM I'lmrge
E. R, KUNKW.
WHOLESAIJI AJTD RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
vomer ivut St. and Camainiai At,
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1889
CITY NATIONAL BANE. CAIRO
A. B SArrOOD. Prenident.
S 8 TAYLOR. Vice President
W". HYSLOP, Sec'T and Treasurer.
1 P.W. Barclay, Chas. Oaugubb,
' f.M. t-TOCKFLETH, PaI'LG. 8cBLH,
! a. H C'cssiNenAM. H. L. Hallway,
I J. M. I'niLLirs.
rNTEREST paid on depoeita at tha rata ail
A. per cent, per annum, aiaren lat ana Septem
ber 1st . Interest not withdrawn is added inline
liutely to the principal of the deposits, thctvby
riving them comnouud interest
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Ojien every businetsday from 9a.m. to 8 p.m
aJ Saturday evenings for savings deposits ouly
rom ti to S o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
T Broas, PreHident.
P. Neff, VioePres't.
H. Wells, Cashier.
T. J. liertli, Asst. ach'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and Bt Street
K. ftross, Cairo. Win. Klugr, Cairo.
P. Neff, Cairo. V'm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Simanka, Cairo. It. I.. KillingBley, t. Louis
K. Under, Cairo H. Wells, Cairo.
P. li. Rrinkinan, M. Loaia,
J. Y. C'leiution, talislonia.
UenerHl BsukintT TBaalneaa lone.
E"Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid
n ilie Saving Department. Collections ttiaiie,
od all business promptly attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - $100,000
W'. p. IIAU.IHAY. Presidont.
HENEY L. HAI.LIIIAY, Vice Presl.
A. II SAI tUKli, CAKbur,
W A 1 " It UYSLOP. Ass't Caehier.
. UTAATS TaTLOR, It. IT. C(I-MlOHAK,
II I.. HALLIDAY. W. I. IfALI.IUAt.
U. D. WlLUAHSuM, STErHBN lilUD,
A 11. 8afoko,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
T-vEPOSITS received sod a general banklnf
U busineaa aone
No N) Ohio Levee,
t a tr.
Dealer in Fresh Mea
EIGHTH STREET, ' 1
. V r ' " s. : '
BetwBka WMalasriaa mA OaeBaserola
Avenue, a4jolaisi BavnsT'a.
RJEP3 for sale tbe beat Beef, Perk. Halloa
Veal. Lamb. Masvaace, sVe.. and 14 vr
rsd k serva tsrollUs IB sa aceavtobi (aayie
EIQt OR DEALER)-
R. SMYTH sSc CO.,
Wholesale and Retell IXalors la
WINF.H OF AIM, KIN IIS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MES8R8. SMYTH A CO. hare sonatantly
a large stork ol the bent gnodn in the mar
ket, and gWeeepecial attention to the wbolesals
ranch of the business.
MET. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
:,on, or in nogsnoaas, ror snipment
jrompur attenaa to.
Ta lArora consumers and All
nanuisctureri, we are prepared
to aupply any quantity, by the
noma or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITY COAL COTStPANT.
t3Hall)4ay Bro.'a otllne, So. 70 Ohio Levee.
lyHalliday Bro 's wharfboat.
rj-At Egyptian Mills, or
fcf-At the Coal Dump, foot ef Tauty-Eightn
Cf-Post Office Drawer, Son.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneotown. Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant alde-wjiel steam"
ATaLTEB B. Pl!TMIOTO!t ... Mf.Sler
JUAHLES PKNXlNblOM ..Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock p. m.
The fleet steamer
Ham IIowajep Master
l o. Thomas Clerk
leaves Cairo every 8ATL1CDAV.
Each boat makea close connections at Cairo
with arat-cUua summers for bU Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvansville, witb
ihsK. A C. It. It. forallpoioUNortkand Eatt,
and with the Louisville Mail HUauuers fossil
points on the L'pper Ohio, glvmg through re
ceipts on Ireiguta and pasaejigers to all points
For urther information apply to
SOL. BILVKR, Passenger Agent.
HALLIDAY BKoa., (
Or to' O. J. GRAMMER,
aUierinU:ndent and General Freight Ageot,
lo--io-lr. Evansville Iniliaiia.
JOHN H. MTJLKJIT.
Attorney at Law.
OrriCK : At residence on Ninth Street, 11 ween
Washington aveuue and Walnut Street.
a'A'DMT AIVD OIIA.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils Varnishes,
Vall Paper, Window Olaaa, Win
dow Shades. &o.
Always on band, the celebrated tUuniiuatiog
Oornar Eleventh Straet aad WMhlitt
asrnr oar .
DmtUIb. SIOO a ai-'iu i
aa Agenu. Aiisr t--n
Alg;-f I , Bl. laWIA Mi
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Than ever for CASH.
From fifty cents to Twenty-Are dollars.
A full line of late style corsets and linalery at
lower prices than ever In-fore offered In
Cairo, old straw mnfle over, nrtaken
in eM'hnntre for new goods.
A full Stock of Ladies Woolen and Cotton
L'.N Dr.llW K Alt. ,
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flowers, ete.. , of every variety and
Ht all Price.
My stock must lierlosed out, and f will give
my customers better bargain, than ewr olfered
oetore MRS. C M'LKAN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT9 AKEaiOAN FOWCJT OO
57 Ohio LAvee.
And Healer iu
N. 76 OHIO LEVEE. .
SPKC.AL attention given toconeignmenta and
WM. TRIGG cV: CO.
SALES - WEI'NFX I -
special aUcuUoii uid to outside nab
. )l f.lKtult Sltreeu Cnlro, ltlltioi
CIIAS.H. l)El.r, Auctinneer.
"Look to the East."
(WEBB WOBK COMPLETE.)
A RITTJAI. OP THK FIRST THREE
SOBE3 OF MASONRY.
C.uiUiniiig the Complete york of the En
tered Apprenliee, Fellow tin It, and Master
Masoll'i. iH'Srr.i'H, wtfli their ee-umnie. lec
tures, etc FV.itc.l by UALl'll P LLsTtli.
Iluiind In (iotb. -'. Hound iu I.eatlitr Tucks
(pocket-book style). Gill F.rtges, fl.bm. Copies
of the above book m nt p. r mail to any address,
I'reeol postage, on receipt of price. Address all
DICK & FITZGERALD,
lb Ann Street, New York.
. . i; a i: . a g i ;x tm w a s t-
Kl on our tiraid C'omlii
iiati.m Piiiiclus. represeni-
150 DISTINCT BOOKS
wanted e.ervwliere. The lllitcrat Til in a
Ir.ver t ried, sales iniide from this when all
single Hunks lull. Also, An. iiti vtuntetl on ur
MAIiMIUtM rAMII.1 HIP.LES, Superior
to all other. Willi inuluabls Illustrated Aids
and Superb lliudiugs. Tee.e ItiHiki lif the
World. Full pariiciiliirs flee. Adiln-ss JHt.
IMMItll A ., puhUalier-. Philadel
V;; a wecK in your own town.
'1 erms and
(.lUII oillUt irw.
II. J I W.LF.T A to., Port-
n OFFICIAL HISTORY OF THE Rl
It sells lllKler lliull nnv other hnnk r nulili. li
ed. One agent sold :U rot les in one dav. llii.
is the only authentic and complete history pub
lished. Send tor our extra terms to agents.
Nation l Pint 1"Uin.i t-o., Chit-ago, 111., or St.
The Little Rock
and Port Smith
Fjrminif I muds, limine LunJ. tYuit Lands. Vina-
Landi, Coal Umls, U o.h! luids, tunie Praiile
I.Hnds, Hiiiioni I.aiuU, and Vpmnds, oa term
to suit the uuichaaer. nix nsr cent ia-
IcreM on deterred payments. Ten per cent :
connt for cakh. 1-ur loll purii'-uUrs, maps ami
panipliclu, apply lo W. D. SLACK, iJ
Gollimi.ioncr Little Hock, Arkansas.
W J a day ui hum
Azciits wiinied. Oulfil
iuiU tx-inn. free.
Tlil li A CO., Augusta,
AND OTHER VALTTABLE RUE
MIUM8. GIVKJM TO IHOSE
Who Work for tho Times.
THE CINCINNATI WEEKLY TIMEa.,
)iulilinhet lor &i jenvs, bus a National char
acter ana iunuen.' witu patrons in every niar.
and Territory in Hie Luuui, and ot all suadea ot
Every patron of tho Times Is presented,
free of. tnuge, with an lilnMlslcl Year-book of
valuable iulormalioii, lor Is", alone worth the
price of the paper.
A sample ropv of the Ttiirs. with eurrllns
traled LUt rtTPremliiius, nail oilier dotnimenls,
ill be ent free on appli.aliou lo
CINCINNATI TIMES CO.,
62 West Third St., Cinoinnati. Ohio.
Extra Fine Mixed Cud. uiiiinAn
SW lO cte , posi puid. I. JXES A CO.,
Nuiu, N. V.
$55 to 77rrK
as. sbb A A A MONTH to Active Men Sailing
Vfcflllonr Utter Copying Book. .o
yUU ,res and uo water UMid. .sample
w 'f,)vy worth .t.'' I've isaod wtanip
lor rirculsr. :.'Ka.lH H t' U I U. tr"
Madison, aud 1 !: IVmbsin glreet. tbicago.
ii s fiSTAitTN I'll recdved by ourgradu
liU C ate, ouideuts waate.1, Kalary pair!
while pnu'iii'iiK- .siluatiuiiH inrnislied. A4
JrvuN. W. lr.i.KGHAPtl I S 'l lit T E, Janes-
ville, Vt is,
tOrt Pr day at home. Kaiuples worth
$3 IO eriKtMJN A CO.. Port
PNClAsF. Stamp lo lc. ldge, Plaa'era
li House, 1st. Louis, Mo for Cardirc Articles ss
ubllsned lu Cniisiiaa Iuim
TyM. . SMITH
Fbyaioian & snreon,
OtBre in Winter's Clock, corner Seventh and
Commercial Avenue, (entrance on a.vsatA).
tUaidnclhuteeDtli street, wast au'Washls'