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;. It. OtiKtUY, A. W. rTTT.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
V. VCT. X V-A-TT oo.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bullotln BuHdinir. Cor. Twelfth Stree
and Washington Avenue,
t"y-County and RallrnadWork Bntclaltv
Winter s Block!
A Larger stock and Lower Price
Than ever for CASH.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1877.
a mo FOSTOFFICE.
)mcn UorRH Kro.n 7:30 n.m. to C:.'!0
ji. in.; fluiiilnv from 7to9n.tn. Money
OnliT 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
1:30 t Illinois Central R It,
Kino) Imily . i
lu:;W t Mini. t-nlrul It U
!1 aily . (
Cairn A incrnnes I
lilt Daily. S
Cairo, Arkarnas ft j
l. v.i It It I )ly
C:U0 J ht Hiver Route
Daily evr.'t Monday t
!Mibi) River ItoMte 1
Up, Hun. Tu. Krl.
Down, Tu.Thti .Fat "l
'I heliea Roup I
O. V. McKaAio, P. M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TRAINS t.AVTI CAIHO
Mull at U-mp. tu
hprem ht 2:1'' I). Hi
Knight at 4:tWa. f.i...Ex.-pt Sunday.
freight at :KJ p. lu... " "
AhMVE AT CAIHO
Mail at .... 2:20 rn Dally.
! x prt at 1:4 , p m... Except Sunday.
1 n ielit at 7:'"i i lu... " fiun'lay.
fn.-ifflit a 1J 05 m... . " Sunday.
JAMJIS JOHNSON, Agent.
' ST. LOUISJRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
Kxprp"' leaver Cairn daily 2:f0 p. m.
xjirix arrive at Cairo daily i:. In.
A(-comiuolution Icav.H C airo daily 2 :'). m.
Arriiurnodation arrives daily (except
Mindavl U :io a. m
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
"Wo Huvo Como to Stay!"
rllK trulii" rf thin company crninwl at St.
Iiiit an ) I u-t -t. Loin., with all othir
mes to the .Norlli, l.eM anil H !.
Arrive at M . Iouia
V) a . in
." p in.
"-av Ka't t. Iuis .4' a m.
Arriv at ( airo ";'.? p.ra.
.J. I.. IIIN'i'KLF.Y, General Surintendent.
J. A. Wfc.MZ. rieiul l'fwn;.r Agint.
V. II. MA FA III. A.N I), Agent.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
tick siioi:tkst KOL-J'K to
Evansville, Indianapolis. Cincin
nati and Lousvillo,
tl'NXl.Ntf T1CIIOC (ill HY DAVKKillT.
'I he Shorltt uti 1 i'ii kc-t Line to
Fhiladelphifl, Baltimore and
'1 ikin; (,'io-e ('mriprtiori with the "Fai-t
.Mdii" tj tlio
ISDIASAI-OLl' ASU tXliyXAT! aI-IIKS.
r-avm t uir'j ''. a. m
Arrive at arini - ,J "
Arrive ut iin':iiiis lJ.ir. "
via sr. Loi M ass -'ininAsi's railhoad.
Arrive.1 at Kvan'Villc t-M V m.
!A VIAXAr.iLH AMUVISICSSHt HAILHOAU.
Ariivcuat Imlittuapolib ' :-0 p. in.
VIA (llllu ASU lUfslkvllTl HAILHOAU.
Arriv.sat Nurth Veraon...
Arrivm ul iiirinuuti
CALHO KXI'KKS .
J-tavi-i) CiiK'innati -
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Arrives ut Ino'iiiic.
Arrives at anal
b:30 a lu.
1:415 p rn.
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;! p III.
Ai'iivt' ut t uiro - :"
t A. MILLER, H. L. MORRILL,
t-n' I'aMi. Aa't t'i)-ral Snp't
JICKnr inl'.iriiuitiuii itlativa to rate and con
a.ii.m, opply to I- JH K .
ARE PAID W
dibabled in line of duty, if bv
a re i H e n t or otherwise. A
WUI'M' of any kind, the
loss of a Unjrep or To, or
thelosfcf an tjP.A Ilt'P
Tl'ltr, if but slight, gie a
t ension. Disease of Lungs
or artco lnt give a
discharged lor wound, iniurie
or rupture, you Ret full boun.
ty. tttrSend i itampt for
copy of i'ension and liounty
Acts. AcMre'i all letter to
r. IT. FITS3ZBALD,
U.S. Claim A cent, Indianap
C!iS. In J. AtO-On all letter
mark V. O. l:ox 0.-
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,,
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Cures all forms et PRIVATE,
CHRONIC and SLXUAL DIS-
Speruiatorrlioa nud luipotcncy,
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i. t ori iaiii of iincaM i,, , ut slinu thiiil untiii
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Cures Guaranteed ia all Cases
t i,..,iiiiiihi i'tr.r-.-0-aWw or tiv letter trt rn1 laritM.
411 Htn ttp-f, ut ! iv -1-1r.. i-urcly .i-.um. lur thirty
i-rni-. Hi"Ul't I- ffiJ l.v .11. AMr. K. .1.,,
(t,tlio. hour. Iri.iu'A. II P. auuilw.. I u If. It
tKQQQ'us't "e ll"",8 "'J evi-ry aninl
sPwwwrvrry nuintU in the businota
r.irnidh. luit Hiohk williiiv to work tan eusilv
-urn a ilur.ni ilollur a "lay riifhl in their own lo
'ilitis. liaveiiu room niexplttUi lu-re, Hiui
lenii pleasant uii'l lumorahle, Woineii. boy
4n I Kil ls do as well as men. We will lurnuli
' vitiaMiinplele oiillit In, Th bu.iu pay
r (.tt r ihun auytiiii ele. Wa will bear -penMjol'atartintr
you, farlieuliira li.e. writ
tiid see, KariutV and iiiwhauiti, llirir ina
And daitKhtera, and all claaxea in need ut paying
work at uoiue, tUoulu write t u ru all
,P, . wrk al out. Now Is tli ti"
,-. ' 1 1 VUni faUli. i.Aiuti,
C'onki.imi U forty-cifiht ynr of as;.
P.i.Aivr. was our of the lirst members
' the eii:ite to comrratulate Hill on bis
r.f Mm inn..ln in ,.n,,...,i.,1. I :ti i.i.
election nn L'nlteil Mates senator from '
. i. m uiuiu iiiiiuit ins
I r bi believed that the senate's choice
til the live members ol the electoral com
mUsioii will be iMmunils, Tliurnian,
Conkling, liayard and Krelinghuysen.
- r. j
l.otis I.awrkncf, ol I'tica, Xew Vork. j
the home of Mr, (,'onklinjr, telegraphed
in uiui nciiiiiur auer ins Kreai speecii ol
last week : "I have jut read yu speech.
It makes me proud that I live on the
iatne street as yourself."'
Tin: Republicans in con?r.'ss from the
!taleol Illinois voted as a unit against the
compromise bill ; the democrats und ln
petilenta voted unanimously in lavor ol
It. The two Illinois senators were
absent at the time the vote was taken in
the senate, but it is believed both would
have voted against the measure.
Thk ctat bouse commissioners have
isucd their lilth biennial rcKrt. There
has thus far been expended on the build
ing iWS2,2Ui.G.i. The constitution of
1ST0 limited the amount to $3,5oO,()X.
The commissioners ak for an additional
sum of $2'j;j,00tj to UiiUli the building,
the sum to be spent iu interior decoration
( ;i , 11 avi s has e.xjircssed bis mind in
regard to the electoral bill. It is this : "I
want it distinctly understood that I do
not desire to influence the action of con
gress one way or the other in the matter
of the electoral bill or any other matter
relating to the presidential election. The
whole thing is in the hands of congre-s,
and I hhall be content with its action.
SKNAioit Sakokvt, of California, is the
only member ol the senate w ho now holds
that it is the right ol the president ol the
senate to count the electoral vote, Mor
ton and .Sherman having both been com
polled to acknowledge that their late ex
pressions on the subject were contra
dicted by all their previously expressed
From a newspaper biographical sketch
ol liavid H.ivis, Illinois' new senator, we
learn that be was born in Maryland In
W.I, graduated at Kenyon College,
studied law in Massachu.-etts, and in i't
removed to Illinois, settled in l'looming
ton. and wis admitted to practice there.
In 1S11 he was elected to the state legis
lature, and in W7 to the convention
which framed the state constitution,
which was the organic law ol Illinois
until the adoption of the constitution of
W0. !n W ho was elected a cir
cuit judge of the state, and filled the po
sition by re election until called to his
present post, to which be was appointed
in lS'i2. lie was the intimate friend of
Mr. Lincoln, rode the circuit with him
for many years and was a delegate at
largo to the Chicago convention of 1800.
I li name w as presented to the Cincin
nati convention of W2, and again to the
St. Louis convention ol IS7C, as a candi
date for the presidency.
11 1.A Ii WOOl 'M MA(iZI.1t.
Ill,teiroot for January lias been repub
l!hed by the Leonard Scott PulslMiing
company, JI Ilarelay street, New York,
and, judging from the contents of tbo
preseut number, promises well for the
coming year. The place of bonoi, the
first article, lias been given to a story
which is understood to have been written
by an American author, but bis name
has not been announced. The shadow of
an open door, cast upon a window, leads
to the detection of a murder, after the
perpetrator of the deed, who had been
suspected by his neighbors, has cleared
himself to their satisfaction. The inci
dents are well told, and the characters
are manifestly drawn by a closo observer
The second paper brings before the
public, in easy, gossiping fashion, sonic
ot the peculiarities aud the manner of
transacting business in the house of com
mons. Many ot the customs will appear
very odd, perhaps ridiculous, to those
not eouversant with old-time formalities.
The eighth part of "The Woman
Hater" is followed by a very eulogostic
article on "George Sand," suggested by
a recently i.ublishcd autobiography. It
gives some short extracts from her writ
ings, mentions "Indiatii," "Jacques,"
and one or two of her other works, and
consider "La Mare an Diable'' as "the
simplest and most perfect ot all."
"NVeatiness : A Tale from France," is
u iulet story of a harmless little man w ho
grew tired of this world and stepped into
the othvr with the aid ot a razor. We
turn with relief to the lively versea that
follow it, and echo
" Wall, if wedidn't wplonx for 'em
'i waMn't in naliue, vbuiuuw."
The closing article, headed "The New
Year," is devoted mainly to tbo Eastern
The peiiodical repiiuted by the Leon
ard Scott publishing company (41 Bar
clay street, N. Y.) are as follow : 7Vi
London tywtcrly, Edinburgh, Weihni'
(tr and UntUh quarterly Review, and
Ulaehwuud't Magazine. I'rice, $ i a year
for one, or only $15 for all, aud the post
age is prepaald by the publishers.
WHO IS llKIP01V.HBt,K?
i In all the wenrixotne tlclny of (CIrud
, ion in cougrcss and anxious waiting
ntnong the people, ovt ry man whose buc
j lucfs luflers and whose bugiupM docs
! not? will remember who U recpoiibie.
; Kvcry man knows that, on the owning
iifrr lklnrtinn M'iMr Ttilt. intt. I...v,it
I . ..ui'
newspaper in the country, and
every candid Republican citizen admitted
that Mr. 'J'ilden bad been elected. Kvery
man knows that It was not until the He
publican managers conceived their
scheme ol ktcalinjr all the Ktatei neces
sary to their put pose that the Republican
press hwI tip the cry that Hayes had been
elected. Every man knows that this claim
I'11 k"'" persisted in, nlthoufa'li Uo
Tilden received in Louisiana an unclis
puted majority ol more than 8,0fK) on the
vote cast, and bad a clear majority in
Florida. Every man knows that the
mass of honcfct people believe Mr. Til
den to have been honestly elected, and
the ('handler clique have disregarded
their voice. Every man knows that in
Europe it is believed on all sides that Mr.
Tilden has been elected, and the former
editor of the New York Timet, Mr. Jen
nings, now the London correspondent of
the New York World, declares that it is
because ol this belief that United States
bonds have stood so firm in foreign mar
kets. Now, in the face tl this genuine and
gexeral belief that Mr. Tilden is elected,
who are responsible for the universal
stagnation in business that has paralized
every Industry, cramped every man's in
come, and brought privation and suffer
ing into thousands of homes? They set
up ttie false claim that Hayes has been
elected, and added to it tlie claim equally
false that the president ol the senato had
the power to count the electoral rotes.
Their manifest determination to contest
the presidency has stopped all the ma
chinery ot trade on the instant.
And yet the Republican press, with
its well-known ability and impudence,
has endeavored to make It appear that
the Democrats arc to blame lor this con.
dition of things, because they did not
concede at once the preposterous claim Of
the election of Hayes. As to this, it 1
only necessary to ask whether it is at all
likely that the Republican party would
have yielded one inch in its claims, if Gov.
Hayes had carried a state by ,000 ma
jority, which had been alttirward coui.teJ
for Tilden 'i They would have laughed
the Democrats out of Court. It is only
because the Republican party has a pow.
erlul press, supported by government
pati onage, that they have been able to
keep their claim alive so long.
It is the Republican party that is re
sponsible for the present stagnation of
business, U'cause it has persisted in claim
ing a victory which did not belong to it.
Every man out of employment, every
man who has seen hi family sutler for
want of lood, w ill remember this when
the next election comes.
A KITI'CKV IB.tliEhV.
Louisville lias had a shooting affair
that has created much excitement among
the people ot that city. On Friday last,
Mr.'.Whips, proprietor of Willard hotel,
shot Mr. Stockton, superintendent of the
house. There had been no bad feeling
between the parties previously. Mr.
Hockton did not get up early enough
on Friday morning to over
see the "railroad breakfast"
prepared for travelers. Mr. Whips
found fault with the superintendent,
who answered that bis health did not
permit him to get up earlier. Mr. Whips
observed that if Mr. Stockton would go
earlier to bed he could iret up earlier in
the morning. Mr. Stockton felt insulted
at these words aud drew a revolver,
but before lie could use it, the parties
were separated by the hotel clerk who
took Mr. Stockton's pistol away from
him. In the meantime Mr. Whips pro
vided himself with a pistol and con
fronted Mr. Stockton immediately after
ward; some words passed between 'he
two ; each called the other a liar and
then Mr. Whips emphasized the
epithet by a prefix that caused
Mr. Stockton to strike him
twice in the face; thereupon Mr.
Whips fired three times, putting two
balls into the person ot Mr. Stockton.
The wounded man died on Saturday
morning. Mr. Whips was arrested and
gave bail in the sum often thousand dol
He expresses deep regret lor his
part of the dreadful attair, and "would
give woi ids it it had not occurred." lie is
.,!.. !..,. d,.. .iwtiaiui
v " . ' " , "7 "
gin iU'iiiii uuu uuui n ci " i'ici t
stieetetl in (lie community in which they
U it; Commercial College
St. Louis, Mo.
THOS. A. RICE, A. If. 1. 1, B.,
JA8. RICE, A. M.,
J, H. HURWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP S8I 00
TtyTOST Complete, Thorough nd Pmctical
Jt3 t .tllllll li , iiviiii. -
course of Mudv in the l ulled h tales
course indiaiuible to every young luau em
a the sea 01 Hie.
For lUuitxated Circular,
m il . j 1 1 vr . u y f n
English Urtisscls. Three Ply and Incrrain
aUo, stair Carpet". Velvet Kuifs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Clotu, etc., very cheap
at the Old l'laee
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpets carefully packed and sent to an
part ol the I'nitcd Mates free of ch&rge.
KJ-SEND TOR PRICE LIST.
J A. BENDALL
Nebraska Ahead !
The It. M. Uailrond Co's Lands" The best
Agricultural and Ptock Cojntry
GOOD LANDS IN A GOOD CLIMATE
Low prices. Long Credit. Low Fares
ami p frights. Premiums for Improvements.
Free Pass to Land Buyers. 3T For full
particulars, apply to II. & M. It. It. Co.,
Hi ad v Mip)rijf
fct. Isoui Ad vt rut's & Publ'a Co.. St Louif. Ma.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Rational Baak Building, np-stairs.
Tba Oldsst Established. Arenoy In South'!
Bra Illinois), representing ovor
8B5 OOO 000
TSOS. J. KERTH,
Jeneral Insurance Agt.
St. Louis Piro Insurance Co.,
German of Freeport, Illinois,
Germania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000 00.
I respectfully solicit a share of public
Office in the Alexander County Bank.
FIRE AND LIFE
Folicies are issued on the most favor
able terms bv
General I.nsuranck Agent.
one but NouikI ami Honest lioin
OFFICE lu th Alexander County liunk,
11 tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
E. F. liuuker 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 breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread-
lul lioirorof death, uigut sweats, cold leet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni-
Vf.rhul liitihitiiiln nl ftin illllfcelllitr avtotn.
enormous appetite with dyspeptic synip.
eruptions eu the face, purifying the blood,
rain in me uai-K. Heaviness oi in eyelius.
frequent black spots fly ins before the eyes
i tcmporury sutllHiou and Ions of sight.
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
an anno noui a iriir, nuu 10 ri'iiicuy
tuat, use e. r. lvunkcrs inner wino ol
lrou. It never fails. Thousuuds are now
enjoying- liealtli who have Used it. Take
ouly'K. F. Kuukfl'a.
He ware ot counterieit ana base imita
tions. As Kuukei's Bitter Wine of Iron Is
so well kiiort u all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sen it on to tueir customers, wncu Cliey
call lor Kunkel'a Bitter Wine of Iron,
hunkers inner v ine oi iron is put up
only in 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor puotorapu on tun wrapper oi
each bottle. Always look for the photo
trrapn on ine outsi
and you Will always
be sure to get the genuine
une uouar pel
bottle, or aix for $,'. tiold hy druggist and
ALL VTOHMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel' Worm Syruu never fail
lo destroy Pin Heat and blouiach Worms.
lr. nuiuei. tne only successful physician
U' 1 1 .1 ru mnv.fl Tnn. VVr . i rn 1- I hAtiru
I .. w u,. u w w. .M w wnv . ' U 1
a alive. With head, and no fee until removed.
- Common aeuHe teaches that II Tape Worm
1 i.B removed, all oilier worms can l rea.lllv
. . , - - - - - - - -- j
ueairovei. nenii inr eironiur ia nr. Hun
k-l. No. 'ijO North Muth street, l'hiladel
I lor a Iiollld nr hiiiik.rs Wnnn Kvrun.
I . . 7 . . . J
I'm B. 11.IHI. IE Hhv.P lallS.
prices u:::i: to suit tbs mi:
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Per Cay
Spelal Rat by Wk or Moatth.
A limited number of very deniralile lamlly
rooms can be aecural at reasonable rates lor the
The .it. Charlva ii the largest and bent appoint
ed Ilouxe in Southern Illinois, and ia the leading
hotel in Cairo. Notwltliatandina; the "Ile.1
Kock" reduction in prices, the table will,.as
usual, be lilx-rally aupplied with the very best
ol'everythinir that can be found in market.
Fine Wire sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, Ireeof charjre.
CtAll baffgaireof jniests conveyed to and Iron)
the hstel without charge .
-l-tf Frourietor. t
WHOLES ALB AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial Ay,
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
CHARTERED MARCH 81. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. RAFFORn. President.
8. 8 TAYLOR, Vice President.
W . IIYSLOP, Sec' y nd Treasurer.
T. M. bTOt-aJUfrn
R. II. CCNNLKOHAM, II. I. IlALLIVAV,
J. il. I'UILLIPg.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rate i six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septeui
xr 1st. Intei-eat not withdrawn ia added inline
liately to the principal of the depoaitu, thenby
ririmc them couijiounii interest
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open every business day from 9a.m. to S p.m
mi Saturday evening for savings deposit only
roin ti to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
t Itross, PrenideDt.
I. Neff. Vice I'reu't.
H. Ml8, Cashier.
T. J. litjib. Asst. ash'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 6t Street
If, llross, Cairo. Wm. Klupe, Cairo.
1'. Neff, liairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Susatika, Cairo. It. L. ltill insruley, t. Louis
K. liuder, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
K. 11. ltrinkmun, St. Louis,
J. Y. Cleiiiiton, Caledonia.
v Uenetnl Bnuking Bnlnea Dour,
tEzchan?e sold and bought Interest paid
n the Savings Department. Collections made,
nd all busin ess promptly attended to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - $100,000
TV. P. IIALLIDAY, President.
IIENUY L. IIALLIDAY, VicePrcst.
A ll HAKFORII, Cashier,
WA' r' U UYbLOP, Ass'l Cashier.
8. Btaats Tatlob, H. II. Cn-MHA,
II 1.. IIALLIDAY, . I . I1ALI.1UAV,
U. D. William mom, fenieiiEN IIihd,
A 13. SArroim.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received and a general banking
No 0 Ohio Levee,
Dealer in Fresh Moa
B.twasn Washington and Oomaaeroa
ATMOM, adjoin leg Hanny't.
KEEPS for sals tbs best 1W, Perk, U uttM
Veal, Lamb, Sauaaga, Ac., aud I r
rsad U ssrv taaolllra La aa aeoatttalil . !
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
WINKS OF A I.I. KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS. Plirni CO. have sonstantly
a large stock ot the best good, in the mar
ket, and a?ive especial attention to the Wuolasals
ranch of tbs business.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
5,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
IfaTTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
So supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CA.IKO CITT VOAL COMPANY.
CfHalliday Bro.'a Dfflce, No. TO Ohio Levee.
rjHairiday Hro 's wharf boat.
tAt Egyptian Mills, or
8TAt the Coal Dump, foot of Tuuty-Kigbth
CfPost Office Drawer. Son.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
ftt&UCan, ana w ucclu w u, fivaut'
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant Blde-whu-1 steumei
A1 ALTKR B. PMNI!OT0!l-... Mailer
JllAHLKS l'ENNINUTON Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at 6
o'clock v. in.
The fleet steamer
It km Howard Master
to. Thomas Clerk
Leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
With llrst-clBSB steamers for St. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleans, and at Kvansville with
lbs K.AC. U. It. for all points North aud East,
and with the Iniisville Mail Steamers fo ball
points on Die Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipt on freight and passengers to al) points
For urther information apply to
SUL. MLVI.lt, raasenger Agent.
IIALLIDAY MROS., .,
J. M. PHILLIPS, iAlft
G J. GKAMMF.lt,
auitf-rintendent and Gvueral Freight Agent,
lo-a-W-lv. Evansville Indiana.
Attorney at Law.
OFFICE : At residence on Ninth Street, between
Washington avcuueanu aiuui oiiwi.
B. F. Blake
Paints. Oils. Varnishes.
Vftll Paper, Window Oltaa, Win
dow Shadea, &o.
Aiway oo hand, tbs celebrated illuminating
tract ajs4 Waaal&aj
i .kavrai Slav naraat
gaaraatssg aata osr W
I TJ.k Amasw t tnna
mioQ a aioui
Anila. iu., lw
? At. Lualt.
From Fifty cents to Twenty-firs dollars.
A lull line of late style corsets and hosiery at
lower priors insn ever ueior ooerra in
Cairo. ( ild straws made over, or taken
in exchange for new goods.
A full Stork of Ladies Woolen and Cotton
RIBBONS AND LACES
Feathers, Flowers, etc., of every varittv and
at all Prices.
My stork must I closed out. and I will give
my customer, better bargains than ever offered
oelore AIRS. C. M'LKAN,
STRATTON & BIED,
AOENT3 AriERIOAN POWDF 00
51 Onto I.Avee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
If: 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPEC.AL attentioi given to consignment and
WM. TKIGG & CO.
KKCilLAR SALES WEDNESDAYS AN
Special attention paid to outside sale.
No. SI rialitli Htreru afro, llliiioi
CHAM. S. DkLAY, Auctioneer.
"Look to the East."
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free ol postage, on receiptor price. Address sll
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