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SUNDAY, November 25, 1877.
The police report "buniue dull.'
Prints only & rents per yard, tit 'Ji
Shell oysters juxt neeived nt the
Cry fal saloon, Harry Wi .km.
Mrs. ('has. Kyle eiiine home lny Im
"Dad" Levetl suyj he liken but one
kind of sausage, etc.
Prints only 5 rents per yard, at fi.'l
Shell oysters just received ut the
Crystal saloon. Harky Wai.kkk.
An elegant line ot line white kid slip
pen for ladles, at the lowest price at .
Fresh shell oysters at Louis
ITerbert'f , No. 72 Ohio Levee.
Endorsed by the people as a safe, re
liable, harmless and cheap remedy. lr.
Hull's Cough Syrup.
Hector l)illon-Lee will conduct fer
Vices lu the Kplscopul church this morn
ing ami evening at I lie ivulnr liour-i.
".Mrs. Gossett. sister ot Mrs. Captain
XJi Kium y, left on the Illinois Central
lor her home at Champaign Thursday.
Dean, ol the Arlington Hotel intend
giving a full game dinner on the first and
fifteenth of each month until thu game
season closes. 11-2J-0.
D. Oxley, Ksq , master mechanic nt
the Illinois. Central arrived in town yesterday.
Prints only 5 cents per yard, nt U.i
Ohio Levee. Other gooJit in propor
tion, at fill Ohio Levee. Sign of J!ed
Flag, 0.1 Ohio U'vee.
Mr. J. Farnbaker, we regret to hear,
is sick and confined to his bed. We hope
to see him out soou,
-Lilley Young Pratt brackets line
Land made boots and shoes arc lor sale
only by 0. Ilaythorn & Co. They have
n equal lor style and durability. Xew
utocW Just received. 11-20-Oc.
-yuitc a number ot tLe Cairo boys
went to Mound City to attend the dam e
given at the Stokes' !ioue by the "C.
I). A s."
Mrs. Geo. Lent and her Meter, Mrs.
Ferry, lelt the city Thursday afternoon
for St. Louis, where they will visit Capt.
Dugan and lady.
Baker's 'od Liver Oil, Lime and
Wild Cherry a pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy for Consumption, Scrofu
la, Debility, etc. Now is the time to use
it. John C. Haker A Co., druggists,
There will be services in the Chris
tian church on Eighteenth street to-day
ut 11 o'clock. The public are cordially
, invited to attend.
The tuneial of Mrs. Pat. Clancy
took place from St. Patrick' Catholic
hur:h yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The attendance was very large.
There will be the usual services at
the Presbyterian church this morning
and eyenlng, Rev. Mr. Ctorge, ol!icia:
Merchants and people are Invited to
Inspect our stock of boots and shoes. It
is twice as large as any other in the city,
and we sell ten per cent, lower than any
other house. O. IIaytiiokn A Co.
Stuart Gholson aie now offering
the most elegant line of Ladies' ai d
Children's Shoes ever offered in this city.
VTe guarantee every pair to give satisfac-
tion, or money refunded. 11-20-lt
Baker's Cod Liver OU. Lime, acd
Wild Cherry quickly relieves Throat and
l.ung diseases, ana imparts vigor auu
new lite to dcbiliated constitutions. Plea
cant In taste. ' J. C. Baker t Co.,
(Oct.13, 5-w) Philadelphia, Ta.
Ladies, remember you can get Ben
net and Bernard's tine hand, embroider
ed slippers, suitable tor an elegant holi
lay present tor your husband at 0.
JIaythorn& Co. 11-22-Gt.
The ltough and Iteady Are company
nro hard at work making preparations
tor their ball, which takes place at
School's hall on Thankfgiving night.
The Houghs deserve success In their un
Promises kept inspire confidence;
" ' and Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup never promis
ed relief in the diseases ot childhood
without at once effecting it. Hence tke
popular reliance upon It. Price 23 cents
There will be a meeting ot the Wo
man's Christian Tempcraueo Union In
the tobacco warehouse next Tuesday
altemoou, at 3 o'clock, for the transac
tions oi Important business. The ladies
arc earnestly requested to be present.
The littlo ferrysboat JNellie Thomas
was sold yesterday to Capt. Norton, who
will put her in as a ferry-boat between
Columbus, Ky., and Belmont, Mo. The
price paid for her was oie thousand dol
lars. An elegant cromo will be presented
to every purchaser buying $2.00 In goods
irom us. Any one buying $5.00 will bo
entitled to a beautiful cromo with rustic
Irame. Stuart & Ghoi.so.v.
The Excelsior Social and Literary
Society give a calico hop at the St.
. Charlos hotel on Thursday evening, the
2!ith Inst. The society is composed of
the most popular young ladles and gen.
tlemen in the city, and the hop will
doubtless be a success.
Mr. O. M. Alden lias brought with
him totnUclty a large stock ot dry
goods, which, since he has gone into the
commission buslnc, he will sell at leas
than actual cost. Parsons wanting goods
lu his line should call nt No. Ohio
Prol. Leon gave another of bin tight
rope performances yesterday nlternoon to
a very large crowd of spectators. The
professor Is certainly an expert In the
rope walking business.
Bob Stokeii, a coal black negro, was
man led a lew days ago to a white w o
man, and the couple have taken up their
quarters on a piece ol ground few miles
auove tnecity. iiie woman was a wi
dow, and the mother of three small chil
dren. Stuart ACbolsoii oiler the celebrated
Quaker City uulaunliied Shirt, New
Vol k Mills Muslin, buttons and button
holes complete, for $1 .00. They have no
hesitation in saying that these goods arc
sold elsewhere for $1..V. See them,
Capt. Jim liiggi, the ciitorpiUing
steamboat agent, has leased the old Bal
lard HoUre.Jbetwcen the Cairo and Vin
cennes railroad olllces and Stratum ,t
Bird's wholesale grocery house, and hav
ing thoroughly renovated and relitted it,
will open a general steamboat ngcir.'y for
all lines running to this port.
The wreck made by the collisi in on
the Illinois Central, was all cleared away
imuuutlutety after tlie accident occurred
and there is now no trace ot the ac
cident to be seen. Mr. John Vogt, us
previously stated is still in a critical con
dition, but hopes arc estci'taincd ot his
Shell oysters ju-t received at the
Crystal saloon. JIariiy Walker.
Ihe ltough and Heady fire company,
having received their new utiilorm,
have arranged for a parade, the weather
permitting, of the principal streets of
the cllytoiMorrow,Mond.iy, afternoon a:
2 o'clock. Those members of the com
pany, who have not yet received their
uniform are requested to call upon Mr.
Harry Sehuh, secretary ol the company,
and get them.
"Cumin thro' the J.'ye:" A Caito top
er preparing to join the Pel Pibhun
They've all got through, gof over the
fence, and don't take sugar in tl.ure'n
any more; and the square up and down
business for the Sim man to do Is to come
over, join the club, put on the l!ed Rib
bon, and be "one of the boys'' who" dare
to do right." "Be good to yourself,"
neighbor, and "don't you forget."
Dr. Dunning yesterday received a
postal card Irom Dr. .las. I. Hale of
Anna, iu which the doctor says:
"Dr. Reynolds has been with us two
or three days and through hU instrument
ality a great work is being done In the
temperance eausp. Deleaves us to-day
for Central! i. We shall bo elad to hear
from the alro club, and we will report
In this connection we will state that a
club of over two hundred men, including
many of the worst "topers" In and about
Anna, was orgauied with Hon.
Matt. Inscoro, late representative lor this
district in the legislature, as president,
Col. Ittarcleu says he Is ready to or
ganize that military company, provided
the right sort ot men will enlist. He
wants 2o men six leet high, all to be
brigadier generals; 25 nu n live feet ten
Inches high, all to be colonels; 25 men
live leet eight iiiehc. hight, all to be cap
tains and 100 men five feet sis inches
high, all ",to be captains. He
don't want any lieutenants,
or anything lower thin captains In his
company. He wouu like to secure me
services of about 25 able bodied doctors,
allol them lo be of the Bed Ribbon per
suasion. The Colonel is ready to organ
ize his company whenever the number
and "kind ' of men above named can be
The largest stock ol boots, shoes,
and staple dry goods to be lound in
Soulheru Illinois can be lound at O. Hay
thorn & Co., 101 Commercial avenue
Examine these prices. Mens heavy
winter boots, common, per pair, $2 00;
mens heavy kip Walker's saddle scam,
custom made, $3 00; mens lino kip Wal
ker's saddle seam, custom made, $3 50;
mens Frank Danes best brogans, f I 50.
Prints, cassmcres, jeans, domestics, car
pets, clothing, hats, etc. Largest stock
and lowest prices in the city.
ll-20-Gt O. HAvrnoitx & Co.
Among the arrivals at the Planter's j
House yesterday were A Miller, Xew Or
leans, La.; Egunc K Raymond, Chicago,
111.; Wm D Porter, Xew Grand Chain,
III.; A Stoinback, Evausvillc, Ind.; D
Ewing, Jackson, Tenn.; Wm Greeu,
Dexter City, Mo.; ChasSwan, Louisville,
Ky., Geo II Jackson, city; S G Arnold,
Bolivar, Tenn.; D Axteil, St. Louis, Mo;
John Lang, St. Louis, Mo.; Will R Wilcv,
Vienna, 11!.; T B Powell, Vienna, 111.;
L Rush, Yincenncs, lud.; A L Lcavitt,
Viuccnncs, Ind., Wm A Stewart, Vin
cenncs, Ind.; EP May, Caledonia, 11K;
Chas A Lucas, Centralla, Ills.; W D
llealh, Chicago, Ills.; C Dasher, Brazil.
Ind.; LN Joues, Genoe, Ills,; Mrs. Ed
ward McCormick, Chicago, Ills.; J E
Willard, NcwOrlean, La.; R McCarlcy,
Bolivar, Tenn.; G W Black, St. Louis,
Mo, ; James Lock, Richmond, Ind.; James
Allcnworth, Anna, Ills., J M Norton,
Columbus, Ky.; G V? Kady, Philadelphia;
Peter Wels, Madison, Ind.; Moses Kahn,
Paducah, Ky.; KF Stewart, Eyansvlllc,
Ind.; J L McEmcry, Charleston, Mo.;
Chas Firley, Poplar Bluff, Mo.; Mrs.
Bradshaw and 2 children, Paducah, Ky.
The committee to securo headquar
ters for the Temperance Retorm club
having rented that portion of the Thorn
ton building formerly occupied as a
queenswarn store, the work of getting it
ready for tuo is being pushed along as
fast ns possible, and it is confidently ex
pected that within the next lew days It
will be thrown open to the public
A force of painters were at
work y(stcrday painting tut)
c illlng and doors on the lower room, and
In tho afternoon the gns was put In, a
liaiidsomo litovo put up, etc. The fund
tun: will bo put Into the hall In a day or
two. When ail this Is done the Roform
Club reading room will be ns comforta
ble and as pleasant a place for young
men, nud old men, to vUlt and spend their
leisure hours as could be desired. The
room will bo supplied with the
latest dally papers and other suitablo
reading matter, besides inch Innocent
games us checkers, chess, dominog, back
gammon, etc. In short, the Reading
Room will be a place where every man,
no matter what his station in Iilo maybe,
will bo iniele to feel that he is at home
anil among friends, and all can spend
their idle time in a pleasant and :ij;ree.
The cry Hut the Cairo and St. Louis
railroad company has been cnjojued irom
running their track into this city will
not do. There Is an injunction prevent
ing the company Irom laying their track
on New Levee street, but that
does not prevent them Irom
running their track into the city.
There is a strip of ground between new
Levee street and the Mississippi river,
nearly, or perhaps quite, four hundred
feet wide, and the company can run their
track anywhere they choose over this
strip. And above and beyond the old
cross ltvce there Is room enough lor
halt a dozen or u dozen railroads, and
if the Cairo and St. Louis
company doire the right ot way over it
all they have to do is to o!taio ttiut right
in a legal way. Tliis ground is private
property, and because the parties owing
it will not permit the company to take
possession ot it without pay, the compa
ny claim that they are prevented Irom
running their track into tliecity. This
Is the whole story in a nut shell. The
Cairo and St. Louis railroad compony
can have all the ground thoy want if they
are willing to obtain it in tiie proper way.
(quarterly meeting at the Methodist
clnircli eonnieiiceii yesterday, .services
were held last niiiht at the usual hour,
conducted by Elder Pierce. Immediate
ly alter the services quarterly conference
was held, at which ail the ofllclul Mem
bers were present. There will be the
usual services this morning and evening'
The sacrament of the Lord's Supper
will be administered immediately alter
the morning service,
- A fa w plain words lo tUePuMic, who
re Intereuted when making their mr
:hasea for the Fall and Winter, espec
ially of Boots and Shoes, that they ob
tain thir "money ' worth." This thsy
are entitled to, no more nor les, and tha
inquiry with them is, "where can ws
trad most satisfactorily." This maybe
answersd at A. Blnck'a, the City Shoe
8 tore, 140.Oommerciul avenue for the
following reasons .
1st. Tsay hive the largest assortment
and stock in Southern Illinois, which
is ampls to meet the wants of every one.
2d. They buy only from manufacturers,
and as jobbers thereby obtaining the
very first figures.
3d. That, although, they purchase lar
der, and effect the largest business in
Southern Illinois, they manage to do so
at comparatively small expense hav
ing no outside employees or runners to
assist them and are content with mod
They therefore offer to the public and
patrsns generally the opportunity these
advantages afford them of purchasing
their boots and shoes during the fall and
winter by the single pair at the sam
rien I lie mine courts Bio Hold nt
wholrattle, nud nt IpbM 13 ivr cent
!" I hi 11 run he told by Hiiy oilier
Iioiiib in tlin city. We lootert thai ne
ire nlile to flo this, and hh lire mix
iom to sell gnoilH for the nulled
benefit of ourselves nml iml.lie w
oiler Hirm nt the sniiie extrHorilinury
low rates. Furthermore, we will lu
plirate any it nol ollered nt any of It
er houxe m this i(j or t leinll y nt 15
per rent I llinn lliey sell them nt.
All our department lire complete,
nml eoiislst of f resh, senxonable nml
KtjIiNh good. Tie Reeiultiei In
line good kept only by us lire offered
at trent bargains, iurluilintc Inrge
line; of gentleini-n's liiilles nml boys'
silk embroidered slippers for the
A. IlLAfK H CITY SHOE SI TO Hi:.
Xo. 140 Commercial nviimte.
till tort llutlet!
A choice lot just received in small and
larj;e packages, II. LKimiTON",
tf 0-i Ohio Levee.
Wood Working Mhieliiiif ry Tor Sinle,
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfacer and one Gigsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
21-1 tp Jamks Bell, Ullin, III.
Ileer! Beer!! lieer!!!
Chas. Phifcrling has on tap and is
daily in receipt ot fresh Pilscner beer of
the rarest quality; also C. Windish, Muhl
hauscr & Bros., Cincinnati'bccr winch is
acknowledge to excel all others. Ptlffcr
ling extends a cordial invitation to all his
.Mrs. run II no M. I'ilNlmry, electric
With medicated baths, would invite the
attention ol the sick, and those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital powor, neuralgia,
paralysis, female complaints, catarrh and
all Impurities of tho blood. Her system
of treatment is pleasant and soothing,
no shocks are given; she has been very
succcsslul lor a number of years, and
she docs not hesitate to warrant a cure,
whero there is any constitution to build
Having engaged tho bath-rooms of Dr.
Artcr on Tenth street, between Washing
ton aveuue and Walnut street, where
she will at all times tako great plensure
in attenuance on patients, ov. 7-1 in
Ntunrt and Obolson.
Never in this city have such bargains
in dress goods been offered as are now
being shown by the popular dry goods
house of Stuart & Obolson, who offer
their entire stock of tho abovo goods,
mostly of recent purchases, In a grand
clearance sale, until January 1st, and in
order to dispose of them before that time,
have marked down 20 per cent., thus
placing the most deslrablo goods within
tho reach of all. Now is the time to
secure a cheap dtvss lor tho holidays.
t'nnl ol I liuubs
Iu bclmll of the Tcniperunce Organi
zation of Cairo, I hereby tender thanks to
Mayor' Winter for his kind attention and
isslstanco in procuring tables, etc., for
the supper. Also to Mr. John Schcel for
the loan ot tables on that occasion, and to
llr, Bruiuard fur the loan of lumber. It
Is due, also to thank Mr. A. J. Carl
lor hauling; seats, etc., lree ol charge,
and lli'.S.WIlliamson and Mr. Cornell lor
tlmoly services rendered. Would also
tender our heartfelt thanks to the ladies,
onu and all, who kindly volunteered to
take charge ot the supper tables.
Mas. ( has. Pink, Chairman.
til, lOO Itswaril lor n Murilurar.
Sometime last spring, at Ellzabethtown,
Hardin county, a difllculty occurred be-,
tween a man named Alexander Wilson
and another lamed Jurncs Vinyard, iu
which the latter was killed. Wilson was
arrested and taken to Colconda, Pope
county, where lie was imprison
ed, tho liardiu county jail not being
considered a safe place to
keep him. Notwithstanding this pre
caution, on the 7th of October Wilson
succeeded In making hl.s escape from
prison ar.d has not 6luce been heard from.
Tho murder ol Vinyard by Wilson is
said to have been cold-blooded and de
llberate.andas the rewards offered lor the
murderer amount to $1,400 it would
seem that It must have been so. The re
wards are as follows: $200 by the sheriff
of 1 'ope rotinty;$lW by tlie conmilssluns
ers of Hardin county; $200
by the State; $200 cash, and
land valued at $700 by Phillip Vinyard,
brother of the murdered man.
The following discription ot the luur
derer is given:
"Wilson is about '22 years old, 5 feet 'J
or 10 inches high, has rather light hair,
iair complexion, with grayish blue eyes
with heavy dark eye-brows and eye
lashes, had when last seen a dark rnus
tache; he has a wild staring look, and has
a whine In his sjieech. His hair when
uncombed has a tendency to stand out
UH, GRUB !
The Sinner That is to be at the St.
Charles to Day-It s Enough to Make
Ones Mouth Water.
The following Is the bill of fare for din
ner at the St. Charles hotel to-day. We
captured tlie list in the Pn.i.KTi. job
olllue, and publish it out of pure cussed
ness just to make people who can't af
ford to "bask in etifh luxuries" (of
"which we are one ot whom") regret
that they ey r were born. It's enough
to make ones mouth water. Just read
-l'MAV, NO V. 2:.Tir.
linked White, Lemon S;iue: Hoiled
Maekinaw Trout, Kp? Sauce.
Sugar Cured Uam. t'Uiuken. wi;h Oy
tor Sauce: Tickleil Pork and Sour Krout.
Bibs of Beef; Shoat, stuiTed w.th tine
herbs: ltoatt Turkey, Boast Beef.
Tennessee Opossum, with Sweet l'otatoes;
Wild Turkey, Giblct 5uct;Stt0dWol Veni
son, with Current Jolly. Fillets of Ante
lope, Apple sauce: Mallard Diu-k, Canvass
.Squirrel Pot pie, Chicken Fricassee: Oys
ter Tatties; Pork and Beans, Boston Style:
Jueeii Fritters, with Cinnamon Suar.
New Turnips, Baked Sweet l'otatoes,
Butter Beans, Stewed Tomatoc-, Browned
l'otatots; Ma-ihed Potatoes.
New England Dairy Cheese; Aromatic
l'icklee; Sweet Pickled 1'taehe?: Tripe
Salad; Tomato Cutsup, Woroestcieliir
Sauce, Gloucestershire Sauce, Pickled
Beets, Celery, Cold Slaw, Chow-Chow.
Mince Fie; Vauilla Cream J'lc; KnlibU
Vanilla Ice Cream; VariKatad;Jelly; Say
er Baisius; Applei, Texas Pecans, Found
Cuke, Jelly Cuke. Citron Cake, cranberry
Still presides at the corner of Seven
teeth street and Washington avenue,
and has as usual a lino variety of dress
ing cases and parlor suits and calls spe
cial attention to his.flncjlo ol camp and
Come, look, buy, pay and then fall to
the rear to make room lor the next cus
Mou! Poor Mortal, Stop !
From rushing carelessly to destruction.
If you see a child playing witli a fire
brand, you take it away to prevent con
flagration, and yet you are recklessly in
different to the progress which a cold, a
fever a headache, a chill, constipation,
c makes, until the slumbering lire of
chronic sickness lays you low. Take
time by the forelock, remove those fore
runners ol sickness, enjoy good health,
aiut you will thank us lor calling atten
tion to and advising your use of the cele
brated Home Stomach Bitters. 11-1-1 m
Rough and KkadvFireCo.
GRAND BALL AND SUPPER-
The ltough and Ready Fire company;
No. J, will give a grand Ball and Supper
Ox TlUNKSOlVINO EVESIXO, TnCRSUAY,
Nov. 20, 1S77.
It is the intention of the company to
make this one of the grandest and most
enjoyable allairs ot its kind ever given in
Cairo, and to accomplish this end neither
pains nor expense w ill be spared.
will bo furnished by Prol. Elscnberg's
celebrated string baud.
Price oi admission $1
J. Geo. Htkixhoi'sk, John Kokiuer,
Chas. Cunningham, W. T. Bit ebwabt,
Com. ot Amogcmsnts.
now it is iiou.
The lirsL object lu life with thu Auu
erican people is to "get rich;" tho second,
how to regain good health. The first
can bo obtained by energy, honesty ami
saving; tho second, (good health), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
be a despondent su Direr from any ol lbs
effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, Ac, such as Sick Headache.
Palpitation of tho Heart, Sour Stomach,
Habitual Costiveness, Dizziness of the
Head, Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits,
&c. you need not suffer another day.
Two doses of August Flower will relieve
yon at once. Sample . bottles 10 cents.
I.'i '-ul-ir size 73 cents. Positively soil
l.y all tfrst-rlafs druggists in tho United
L I. Braxton has returned to his old
stand in tho Reiser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to accommo
date his patrons and tho public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in tltting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to m style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
A Mew lloiirUliiK House.
Mr. Gaffncy has taken charge ol the
lurgo house at tho rorner of Seventh
str?ct and Washington aveuue, where
she will conduct a boarding house. She
Is ri'lurni-hlng the house throughout
with excellent lurnittire, and is now
ready to reeelye boarders ftnd entertain
them in lirst-ehss style, giving to them
all the comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaflney lias had
many years experience in boarding house
and hotel management, and li-els conll
dent that she Is capable and able to trivi
better accommodation fur less inonev
man any ouier ooaruing nouse in tlie
city. She solicits a share ot public pat
f I U.N A I. SERVlCK KKl'OKT.
statiuv. low waikh. Hue or Kul
TT. I.f. FT. IX.
Fittaburpr 6 n 7"
Cincinnati t 4
Louisville ' 7 ;
hvaimville i; 11 ;i
i'ducU II X I
Cairo is 4
St. l'rnil V, 11 x 1
Iaiiort i f, X 1
Keukiis a i
StjLoui lu J ' 4 1
JAMKS M, WATSON,
Strjeant Signal Service, V. S. A.
Vlcksburg Herald, 23: The Delia en
countered a tornado at Ashland, Wednes
day night and a heavy hailstorm at
Newtjwn on Tuesday evening.
Memphis Avalanche, 23: A fouad of
cotton seed agents, something under a
dozen in number, called in yeaterdav to
deny that tlie price ot seed has "nz''to
ia M. I liey say $ 12 is as steep as they
will go, '-so help me Yacob." Tlie
Helena World announced tbe high
figure on the authority ot Captain
Hicks, ol the Sounder, and the agents say
that $12 per ton to the planter and $4.00
as trelglit to land it at New Orleans is
hlKh enough In all conscience, and at
these rates there is not much margin lor
the oil mills The jam of logs abovo
Shrevcport in Bed river has been cleared
out by the Government steamer Flor
ence, Capt. Tennyson.
The Dora Cabler Is in the Eyansville
and Cincinnati trade.
Will Ha; s says: Another Cincinnati
sourmasU dealer has busted to the tune
offS0,00U. and the Murphy's are still
getting in their work. "One by one"'
they are tumbling to the racket. O' it
Tho Golden Crovu leaves Louisville
Sunday lor New Orltuns.
Will S. Hays of the Louisville C.nV.
Journal pays the following tribute 10 the
Veteran Kivcr Editor, C. I), iidlar, of
the Cincinnati Commercial, the mvi who
has not a known enemy in the whole
world, and whose friends ars tun numer
ous to count:
During our recent visit to Cincinnati it
was our good lortuue to meet an old,
true and tried friend the river editor ol
the Cincinnati Commercial, Cons D. Mil
lar, Esq. The veteran war-horse ot
marine journalism seems to be a ret child
of Nature and the favored sos of Time.
We have known each other ;heso many
vears, and we have grown up as
brothers, and we have learned to
love and admire each other as
such. Put, alas '. we have now met at
"the forks in the road." the one leading
down, down through the dark shadows
of the valley ot death, and tho other up,
up through tlie beauttlul sunshine ot
peace and pleasure to the "beautiful gates
ajar." We have met here that we may
know and understand cacn other Detter
than ever; that we may not mistake each
other as true and tried friends, and that we
may cling to each other as triends in the
future with fonder hones and with affec-.
ton truer, than wc have been In the past.
OM frieml, crime, put your hand is mine,
Let's start from here together,
We've been through ullike storms of life,
Now let's have pleasant weather
Let '1 you and I now take the road
That's sunshine, love and tlon eri
The road of thorns was never made,
Dear Cons., lot fret like ours.
We're lialf-wsy down the hill of life,
We've been to each a brother,
We've tried the "roush road" lnug enough,
Say, Com., let's try the other.
It's paved with sunshine all ths way,
And joy bevond a measure
To walk the Hswery road that leads
U to a home ot pleasure.
So. Cons., look up Into my luce
ISetorethe hour of starting!
As we have been such bosom friends,
Why should there be a rarlingv
I've looked for yeirs to flud tliia road.
And often tried to strike ;
So, come-the further on we gi
Xhe better we will like it.
A FKW OF THU PRICES AT
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
llth AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 lb Amber C. Sugar f 1 00
10 lb N. Orleans " 1 00
ij lb ltio Coflce 1 00
SJ lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 25
4 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 05
0 Bars Soap 23
Coal Oil. per gallon 2
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, just received, a choice lot ot Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Tablo ftaueo
Call and s us. 2-4-Ct
We Sell the
MrM in thla i-lrv vn indniHtiA.n ni:nni. w , , . , . ,
, j--, .,.,. u tnuiuio. iiecoui yruvouyery conniusiTtJT
too if it were not that we would overstep the bounds ol true business propriety by
telling the readers of this jourtialwhora our competitors buy from, and from whom
we buy. Wc say It without fear of contradiction we are the only clothiers la tbe
State South ot Springlield, who buy from wholesale dealers of New York who have
a national reputation for manulacturlng good, well made, stylish clothing. Th
goods generally sold are from dealers who care tor nothing, but "to sell" and not to
build upa reputation for good, well made, stylish goods wltha guarantee to all par-
lioa Pl in f..r n (id Our n, , m nut i ,-. man in ... n 1 .
1 1 , lt w.....i. ..j i anewrr; -reoyio wuni pay lor good
goods what Is the use ot keeping them."-We know better for we're tried It tor
years in several States, We stand ready at all times to give the firms from whom
we buy our clothing, and prove by good authority that they are known lor what wa
have said above It ourcompetitors will do likewise, Kead, the 8n and s what wa
have to say therein.
FARN BAKER, the Clothier,
PHCEIMIX DRUG STORE
Corner 18th Street & Oom'r'l Ave.Cri?
I Ilave Opened an
And Toilet Articles,
To mich I Call the Attention of the Public
loTl will make the accurate compounding of physieians preseriplions a epe
"'"r- O. E. O'HABA.
REASONS WHY THE
BP B! H S3 En J3. BT tt
Is Preferred to all Others :
1st. They are mtt.leof the best "WAM'VTTA" MUSLIN.
-.Iiid. liimBaretlireeiilyaudniiuleof the best linen, each ply btlug guaranteed to be si 1
Cnl, Taerareraailennlyl.vcinaWeandeiiwrienee.lbanJs.anaareotn'fully InSDseted and
are unsurpassed hy any other in workmanship.
4li. 'i'tu-y ara guaranteed to lit twl mva satisfaction lueyery particular.
Try Them and be Convinced !
FOR SALE OXLY BV
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
131 COMMERCIAL AVEXUE.
To Inventors & Manufacturers
Gilmore,Smith & Co.
Solicitors of Fatents and Attorneys at
American and Foreign Patents.
Xo Fees in Advauce, nor until a Tatent
is allowed. JVo Feet or making Pre
Special attention given to Interference
Co.- .. ratent Office, Infringe
ment aims 111 mo uiiu...r Htnteg nnd
litigation appertaining to rau.., r
Send Stamp fur Pamphlet oj Sixty Pages
to GILMORE, SMITH A- CO.,
CM F. St., Washington, D, C.
WnOI.ESALE AND RETAIL.
' Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th street and Commerci Ave.
O. O. PATIER & CO.
PAINT AND OILS).
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shadoa, fto.
always on hand, the celebrated tlluniiaatli
Corner KlSTsnth Strast and Waaht
SUn rlJRS GUARANTEED.
OKII1 I Describe your cats, sndsssd
niCCACre I with JS cents, (Correspond)
UlOtnOtO J sncFe)toPr.VAH DB
int Ut, VerassJweft, S iiiladelshls,
Entire New Stock of .
buy m in
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
Attorney At ZiQW
CAIRO , ZLLS
lurley hie Collar
The attention of the public la ealled
to this great Improvement In
fa 01 Horses M 6m it t Trill
Call at tlie
ir.RriAi. . .
XO 119 'OM Mlf.RPf A I. m . - '
and examine and be convinced of the
great superiority of this new collar oyer
the old style hard and stiff collar now In
tuo. It is a well-known fact that every
day large numbers of horses are rendered
unfit lot service by chiding, caused by
the use of the old style collar, and that
by this means many horses are made to
balk, 'ibis new collar will obviate all
THE TURLEY HORSE
la the best made. Come and see them
at 119 Commercial aveuue.foot of Seventh
ilies, hz I Co.
GRAIN, 331 -A. "ST
and all kinds Country l'roduse.
93 Ohio Levee. Cairo. His.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now offering my entire . .
for tha Thirty Iay
At I intmdJtlfuU Ms humus,
PARTIES lil SEARCH OF BAB
GAINS SHOULD MOT FAIL TO ;w
(IIYK MB A CALL. '
Cor. 6th Stmt and Ohio Leree.