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-LT--CAni0 BtTCTTIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 4, 187S.
T 11. MIITII,JH,M. I).
Offlc nml Ri'slilfiiff :
NO. 91 TIIIBTKKSTII STREET. TAinn, H.I..
(J W. DI NNING, M.D.
Ofttre uiul Resilience:
fTI('K-N. V. cor. Hhth t., Ohio Levee.
ItESlUENl'E-CoruiT Walnut and Ninth street.
U. W. C. JQCELYN,
KK1 R-KMith Street, nm Commercial Avenue.
jyi K. W. WHITLOC'K,
Orni E-No. l.V, Commercial Avenue, between
Klclitb ami Ninth Street.
ATTORN" EYS-AT- LA W.
o p. wheeler,
OFKlcK Ohio Levee, hot. Fourth and Sixth Ms,
J IN KG All & LANSDEN,
OFFIl'K-No. 1H Commercial Avenue.
t-We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
II AUMAX, of Alexander County, as a caudlcUte for
Herk of the Appe'.hte Court. Fourth District, 1311
tiols. subject to the decision of the Democratic con
vention called to meet at Centralia. May 1H. ItCS.
tSy-We are authorized to announce K. A. D.
WILBANKs. of Washington f otioty. as a candidate
fur Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern Grand
Division. Illinois, subject to the decision of the
Democratic nominating convention, to be held at
Tentralia. May lii.
jT" Vie are authorized to announce HARDIN
CASE, of Carlyle. Clinton County. a a candidate
Tor Clerk or the Appellate Court, Fourth District,
Illinois, subject to the decision of the Democratic
convention called to meet at Centralia, May Ifi.
T"Ve arc authorized to auuouncc W. C. L
CHoNE. of Effiniiham Conuty. s a candidate for
Clerk of the Appellate Court. Fourth District. Illi
nois, subject to the decision of the Democratic Con
vention called to meet at Centralia, May 16. IS7R
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
Only Moruiiijj Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL I'AI'ER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Judge Eradlrtiry, of Pimrrny, Ohio, is
in the city.
Mrs. W. P. Halliday and family leave
Paris to-day for London.
Mr. Miles F. Gilbert returned from
Pinckneyville, Ills., yesterday.
To-morrow morning Rev. Mr. Morris
son will preach on the subject of Education.
The many Cairo' friends of Mis. Dr. N.
II. Casey will be pleased to learn that she is
Mr. F. M. Ward will commence receiv
ing his ice wagons on Monday next. So
will Dennis Foley.
. M;s Mollie Webb was one of the ladies
who made attractive the Rower of Beauty
rii the Galigher festival.
Mayor Winter congratulates The Bil
I.ETix on its appearance, and hopes it will
be as decent in matter as in looks.
The rainfall from midnight Thursday
until yesterday morning was continuous and
fine, of the heaviest known in this section
for a long time.
The Cairo Temperance Reform Club
nti'ht he induced to do a good thing if
somebody would hint to it that it should
lrwe a reporters' table.
Mayor Winter has commenced ship
ping goods to Canni, and will open his
store there between the 15th nnd 20th inst.,
in the Put-tiny building.
('apt. G. I). Williamson, who has been
unwell for sometime, is becoming himself
ngain. He wilLsoon. if perseveres, be the
picture of perfect health ngainr
The pecuniary success of the May
Day tarty of the African Methodist church
)ia s cured to the later liody the old organ
licliL;ing to the church of the Redeemer.
Mr. M. IS. Harrell was unable to attend
the meeting of the Tax-Payers' Association,
of which he is secretary, last night, having
Im'cii taken suddenly ill yesterday afternoon.
Dennis Foley will commence, filling
bis iei'-liotisc to-day with Crystal Lake lee,
and on Monday will commence delivering
1 it t ' IV . , K.I . , . . . t
i.i iiieuijuT'iit ems oi tne city. N;nl Mini
I.tltle Wtiilic Dunning, the beautiful
'lauuhti-r of the doctor of 'that name, was
one of the fairies at the Galigher festival on
rhur-liiy ti'mlit, and wa not mentioned by
Tin: ISn.i rits. We beg the little lady's
Mat ion Wriuht and Wm.P. Halliday,
Jr., are "doing" the continent of Europe
. VUllicis (icliylitcil, and on Ins return will
never L'l't done tcllinip his Cnii'0 boy-friend
'if the wonder he saw while on his present
I'e-v. Dillon-Lee has received informa
tion from tin Secretary of the Diocese (
Springfield, that the first annual convention
will be held on the 2sth inst.. at which a
ISishop will be elected, Seymour having
The work on tlie extension of the Chi
;ugo. St. Louis and New Orleans railroad
I'rrtlll Fillmore to East Cairo, opposite this
(ityin Kentucky, is pronreing very nip
i.lly. The wotk will probably be eoinplct
C 1 iii three months.
A diocesan convention' of the Episco
pal church will be held at Springfield, III.,
ii the 2Hih. inst., to elect a bishop. Every
pari-h is entitled to four lay delegates. A
iimcting will be held in ft few hi to
4'hoose the delegates from this parish,
Tlio people who enjoyed themselves nt
tin.' GuligluT festival on Thursday nilit
were made miseralile liy gnitiff home in ft
down-pouring of rain. ('apt. Halliilny
came to the rescue with hi carria) nml
(let it he understood that ft Joke is not in
tended) saved the souls of not n few of his
The receipts of the entertainment given
nt the residence of ('apt. Galigher for the
benefit of the Church of the Redeemer will
reach nearly one hundred dollars n very
gratifying result. Mr. Hyslop very grace
fully yields to Mrs. Galigher the palm of
supremacy in the matter of church entertain
ments, Imt in the second place on the list
lie acknowledges no peer.
The Pulaski rutri.it, in its '-Cache
River Items," says: '-Col. Rnhert Lowery
of Cairo, was nt tho Reform club in Ullin
last Thursday evening nnd held the large
audience spell hound for three quarters of
an hour hyhis eloquent nnd logical appeal
for the cause of temperance reform. He,
with Dr. Dunning and other workers in the
temperance cause from Cairo, are expec ted
to lie present nt our next meeting (next
The new time-card of the Illinois Cen
tral takes effect to-morrow morning, ,th
inst. On this card a fruit express train
will le run. leaving Cairo at 10:15 a.m.;
passing Anna at 12:27 p.m.; CoMen. 12:44
p.m.; Makandu, l:07p.m.:C'arlindale.l:S2
p.m.; DuQuoin, 2:23 p.m.; Ashley. 3 .-10
p.m.; Centralia, 4:40 p.m.; arriving at Chi
cago, 5:13 next morning, making the run
from Cairn iniineteeiifln'ttrs, U-ing within a
couple of hours of passenger train time.
The good people of Columbus, Ky., are
indulging in excursions early. The steam
ferry-knit, Nellie Thomas, running K-tween
Belmont audColumlms, lrought up. on the
first of May. an excursion of almut seventy
five people, and after "takintr Cairo in,'' de
parted at 8 o'clock on the same cveninsr.
Her genial and good-natured Captain Nut
ton, assured us that on the 30th he would
liring up another l-hig excursion" from Col
umbus to Cairo, giving any who doired a
chance to attend the Decoration ceremonies
nt Mound City.
AS IXJCNCTlOX OBTAINED YF.STF.r.DAV TO
KEST1IAIX THE COLLECT lUx'oK 1IAII.IIOAD
Messrs. Green & Gilbert, attorneys of
this city, on yesterday presented to Judge
T.-J. Baker, of the Appellate Court, at Me
trcipolis, (where lie is now holding a term
of the Massac Circuit Court), a bill in chan
cery for an injunction, in the names of
(Tiarles Galigher, Samuel S.Taylor, Coroduti
R. Woodward, and some one hundred and
fifty others of the most prominent citizens
and largest tax-payers of Alexander county,
members of the Cairo Tax-payers' Associa
tion, complainants, ngaint the sheriff and
collector of Alexander county, defendant,
praying that the collector be restrained
and enjoined from collecting certain taxes
levied by the State Auditor upon the per
sonal property of complainant, and desig
nated as '"county nnd city registered rail
road bond interest taxes.''
Judge Baker, after hearing the applica
tion, granted the injunction as prayed. At
n later hour in the day the bill was brought
to Cairo and filed in the Circuit Court of
this county, nnd an injunction was issued,
ns ordered by the judge, and duly served at
once on the collector.
The bill is very voluminous, nnd makes
a strong case not only as against the tax,
but also the validity of the railroad bonds
themselves, to pay interest upon which the
tax is levied by the Auditor under what is
known ns the unconstitutional " Grab Law."
These Ixuids, it will be remembered, were
issued i iv the city ami county if.'uii.oun
each, to the Cairo anil Vineennes and Cairo
and St. Louis Railroad companies, after the
adoption of the new constitution of ls;o,
ami in violation thereof, as is claimed by
many. .Messrs. Green and Gilbert as cor
poration counsel, and attorneys for the
county, are now engaged in contesting the
legality of these IkhhIs, as the public un
aware, in the U. S. Circuit Court, at Spring
field, and this present action on the part of
the tax-payers themselves, shows the animus
of the people of the county, ami a manifest
determination to resist payment
interest and principal- of these
bonds, in the unauthorized issuance
of which, as is claimed, a great wrong was
done them; and which, by reasons of the
enormous bonded indebtedness of the city
and county, as compared with
the assessed value of the property
therein, the people have not the
ability, even if they had the disposition,
to pay in full. The matterof a compromise
of this debt, at fifty cents on the dollar,
has received some considerable discussion
of late, and it is not improbable, from
what we hear, that some such amicable ad
justment might meet with favor on the
jmit ot tiie tax paying portion
of the community; and the action of the
tax payers on ycstenlav, and the obtaining
of the injunction, may posib!y induce the
holders of these bonds to accept, as it is
probably for their best interest to do, the
prtifcred compromise, if one is tillered, on
the principle that "a half loaf is better
than no bread". In any event the si
ject isoneol deep interest to tin? citizens of
this county and city, and not a few of them
will be pleased to hear of the Tax-payers'
Association s injunction,
Mil. F. Koiis.MKVKii is just in receipt of
a very large and select stock of Key West
nml imported cigars, to which he calls the
special attention of smokers.
CAIRO TEMPERANCE REFORM CLUB.
LAIIOF. Tl'ltXOVT TO IIKAK COL. BOH LOW
EltV AN ELOQTEST AND HP1IUTED Dig-
COI USE IIV THAT GENTLEMAN I'ltOPOSEn
JMC-NIC UY TUB CI.l'll, ETC.
A glance at the largo and respectable ns
semblnge which turned out last night to hear
Col. Bob Lowery, at the hall of tho Cairo
Temperance Reform Club, would have con
vinced the most skeptical that tho interest
felt in the cause of temperance by the citi
zens of Cairo was unabated. The large
seating capacity of the hall was wholly oc
cupied ere the lecturer made his appear
auee, and the aisles began to till up as lie
The exercises of the Club were opened by
the singing of hymns Nos, 3 and 8 of the
Reform Temperance Club series, by the
audience, under the direction of Mr. Walter
F. McKce, accompanied by organ music,
Miss Lizzie Parker presiding at the instru
ment. We hope no member of the Club
will attribute to us mercenary motives fur
suggesting that the type used in printing
the hymns is altogether tio fine even with
the aid of the fullest light, and that copies
printed in large, clear letters (like those
used in The Bn.i.ETix, for instance) would
add greatly to the pleasure to be derived
from participating in the musical pro
grammes of the Club.
At a'.Hiut S oVhxk President Dunning,
accompanied by Mr. P. W. Barclay, appeared
upon trie platform and called the meeting
to order. He stated lie had no execu
tive business of importance to bring liefore
the meeting, but that on Tuesday evening
next an executive business meeting would
be held. He congratulated the dub ujion
its continued prosperity, and said sev
eral new nanus had la.cn added to the rolls
of its membership since last meeting.
Capt. W. M.Williams moved that a com
mittee, to lie composed of three or five
memliers, be appointed to consider the pro
iiiiety of the club having a pic-nic at some
point along the line of Cairo & Vineennes
railroad on Saturday next. The motion was
seconded by Mr. Barclay, put to the meet
ing and carried, and the President apjioint
ed Messrs. W. M. Williams. James Miller.
Geo. Olmstead. T. W. Halliday nnd C. R.
Woodward as such committee.
President Dunning then introduced
CUT.. 11011 I.CWEKY,
wfio appeared upon the platform, and was
accorded a hearty and enthusiastie reception
by his auditors. He s;ioke for aWait an
hour, and during all of the time command
ed the closest attention of his hearers. The
Colonel prefaced his remarks by saying
that he had been mad" the victim of a vil
lianous job by being announced to make a
speech here on Friday night; that
he was altogether unconscious of
the work his friends had set apart for him
in this instance until he saw it made public
through the agency of the yellow dodders
distributed upon the streets, that day. He
had already spoken in Cairo several times,
and it was quite natural that his efforts to
cither instruct or please should Wotue a
little tiresome. Under the circumstances
he felt like exclaiming with Job, '(), Lord,
save me from my friends!" The speaker
then entered upon his subject, wanning up
as he progres ed, and carrying the audi
ence with him on every point. The applause
was frequent, hearty nnd sincere. No
one who listens to Col. Lowery can enter
tain the shadow of a doubt of his thorough
earnestness and the intensity of his feeling
on the subject of temperance. Some pas
sages of his discourse had the ring of im
passioned eloquence inspired by det p-root-
l conviction. Metaphor, wit, anecdote
and sentiment abounded throughout the ef-
bit. In the former lie was particularly
happy, and in the latter, when referring to
those who had fallen from grace, he was
with manly and generous, nnd it should be
recorded to the credit of the audience that
they were in full accord with him, as was
testified by their plaudits. Altogether, Col.
Iiowery covered himself with credit, and
we only regret that limited space forbids us
from giving the speech the extended notice
it deserves. The singing of hymn No. 10
terminated the meeting.
Estimates, on repairing kitchen of St.
Charles Hotel, damaged by the late storm.
Call on or address
E. R. EoxEw, St, Charles Hotel.
TIIK MEET! NO LA-T NIOHT. I't III.IC MEET
1 N't "in cossiiiKit city ini)I:iiii:iini:ss to
HE HELD NEXT WEEK.
A meeting of the Tax-Payers' Associa
tion was held last niLTlit at its looms in
Bross' Building. The ntteiidance was ex
ceptionally large, nml iiiiYli interest was
manifested in the proceedings.
Col. John Wood offered a resolution that
the Executive Connnittee appoint three fit-
izens from each ward to confer on the prop.
omIioii tocoiniironiHe the city indebtedness,
and to call a public meeting smue time
next week for the purpose of discussing tin
matter. The resolution was adopted, ami
the Executive Committee, after the adjourn
incut of the Association, had a conference
on the subject committed to them.
A resolution was adopted condemning
County Treasurer Ahhn for the appoint
ment of Mr. Richard Taylor as oiie of his
As. islant Assessors. The objection to Mr.
Taylor is, we understand, that lie is not
competent to properly discharge the duties
of Assessor, not being acquainted with the
value of property of any kind. We are not
well enough acquainted with Mr. Taylor's
hnalilleations to determine win ther the oh
jections to him are u-hm1, bud ir indill'er. nt.
MF.ETtJM VF.STF.UDAY AKTEflNOON. THE
KITUIE "F TIIE BTl'DY C I.ASS. THE CLl'U
The regular bi-weekly meeting of the
Woman's Club and Library Association oc
curred yesterday afternoon, nt 3 o'clock, at
the Library room. Owing to the inclemen
cy of the weather, only a part of the mem
liers were present, but the recitation of the
Study Class was a very interesting one, com
prising the following topics: Mount Vernon
nnd the Mt. Vernon Ladies' Association; a
sketch of Gen. Washington ; n description
of the Navy Department, Navy Yard and
Naval Hospital, nt Washington City, and a
history of Georgetown, D. C, nnd its points
df interest. The members of the Study
Class are now engaged in tho study of the
City of Washington, under the leadership
of Mrs. II. II. Candee, and the study of the
Government, under the direction of Mrs. P.
A. Taylor. The members of the Class find
their work lsith profitable and pleasant.
The subjects are divided into topics and are
discussed in a systematic and scholarly
manner, The Association is financially and
otherwise in a most flourishing condition.
An order for $150 worth of new luniks has
lately been forwarded to London, and there
is a nice little balance in the treasury. The
management of the Association has been
prudent, wise and skilful, and the work ac
complished by the ladies one which de
serves the sympathy and encouragement of
all good citizens and lovers of literature and
The first green apples of the season may
lie had at E. W. Thielecke's stand, on
Qi eiiy: Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco when they can buy Marbur
Bms. '"Seal of North Carolina" at the same
Dennis Foley, having fitted up his ice
house, on the comer of Nineteenth nnd
Poplar streets, will commence on Monday
next delivering ice through the city. Peo
ple living in the vicinity can be accommo
dated at the house.
Mn. Hnisox : Understanding that Mr.
Schuckers did not accept your challenge, I
hereby challentre you to skate with me at
Turner Hall on Wednesday evening next
for the championship of Southern Illinois.
Hoping to hear from you soon I remain
very truly, Jxo. M. Antkim, Jn.
The raffle f.,r '"Silvertail." the well
known grey pony, will take place as soon
as all the chances are taken. There are one
hundred and twenty-live chances, at one
dollar H-r chance. The time of the raffle
will be made known through the c ity pa
pers. .1. II. English.
Livei'.y & Sale Staih ks. Pat Fitzger
ald, nt the corner of Fourteenth street and
Commercial avenue, offers to the public the
best livery rigs in Southern Illinois, nt the
most reasonable rates. Orders may be sent
us above, with assurance that they will
be promptly filled.
The celebrated May Drink dispensed
over the counter of Aniandas.laei kel is com
pounded as follows: Into four bottles of
pure Rhine wine mixed with one lmttle of
champagne, oranges, sugar and strawberries,
is put an herb, found in the Northern parts
f this country, called Asperula Odorata.
Thus a most delicious beverage is made.
All those needing anything in the provi
sion line wiil do well to call at Nos. 70 and
71 Ohio ltvee before purchasing elsewhere.
Potk, bacon, lard, etc, all in good stock and
prices down ! down ! down !
April 22, 197. W. P. WitioiiT.
TO I IK. NT.
An excellent cottage, Inquin
HIM K KKKIt
At Louis Herbert's, Ohio levee,
IY.iisu.ss wishing anything in the line of
millinery goods, will do well to call at the
establishment of Mrs. ). S. ( aron & Co.,
as the goods are till fresh, new nnd of the
latest importations, styles and fashions.
New goods just received and will be during
the season every few days. All are invited
to call at the establishment, on Commercial
avenue, opposite Winter's block. ncarSevcnth
street (formerly occupied as a toy store,),
TIIK KALI, i.K ('ii.WI AMINon.i:.
Wuiilil nut iiilVet t!i" liiisini'" of A. Marx.
Ill Ohio l.i'Vi'C. Sliulilii tho Hik.Imii iiim'V !
jjet nut 'd'elntliiii lie ei'iil'l I'l'.rni.-li tin-in
with finer clidhinif tliini were ever dis
jilnyeil in the store nf any Miu-nvites. If the
Turli-i would lilvi- tn know wh:it the hest
and latest style of suits, huts, scurfs, white
vests, etc., Marx is the liiiin who rim
oive theill neenrat" ilifoflniltinil. lie has n
line line of suits, huts, scarfs, etc., nnd his
jirii cs nil- lis low as the lowest.
Uaxkkt l'lr-Nic. Mv .1, is,7s. Tin
Casino nieiiilii-rs have rhailcred Ihree trains
on the narrow piutfe road for the 'iiose
of eonveyin;; all those wishinir to i-pciid u
day of enjoyment in the woods, mid the
roininittee has selected the lieautifill Sut
railed Pailo-r's (irove, near Lake Creek,
L, where parties can spend a irnod time llshiny:.
Trains will leave the St. Charles hotel nt
half-past n M. in. and 11 a. in. and Imll'-pa-t
1 p. m. and return nt ? p.m. Unttnd ti'p
fifty cents, TraliH will receive pnsscnpT;
at Tenth street, Klien's I rii Iv yi;id nnd
Twenty-eighth street. ( 'ommittki:.
lint K HKF.lt
it's, i.ihio Li'
lit Lollis Ilel'
f Go for Weiss beer to the saloon of
Amandus Jaeckel, corner of Washington
avenuo and Twelfth street.
Ciiu.DKEN cry for Pitcher's Castoria, It is
as pleasant to take ns honey. It contains no
morphine or other deleterious ingredient,
and is sure to expel worms, cure wind colic,
regulate the bowels and stomach, and over
come irritation caused by rash or cutting
teeth. Mothers can rest and children enjoy
health who use Castoria. It is harmless, is
certainly sjieedy and it is cheap.
CHEAP LU MI! Ell. i
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Flooring, raiding. I-.ath.3Cto.
At the very lowest rate.
Haviii!? a Heavy Stock of Logs on Hand,
We are prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDERS
On the nhortot ootlcc.
V SPECIALTY made of STEAMIIOAT H'MIIER.
Wi.Bloniiiiinr.irtureKi:t 'IT MUX M ATE HI A L,
I'racki-r. Candy. I'm kiln: Ilnxi'. Mav. lliailiiitf-.
PYKIXii AM) UKNOVATIMJ.
OL'll OLD CLOTHES
CAS BE BEAlTirCLLT
DYED OR HKPAIRED
At a Trifling Expense-C. O. 1).
('HAS. SHF.I.I.KV, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
ff I.vllm' and Ck-tit' old hat made new.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K. 11
Shortest anil Quickest Route to
St. I-iOiiis and Chicago
rpilK only naid riitinlne two daily trtilm from Cairo
1 niakin' din-.-t r.inn. rilon will! Karli-ru linr.
THAI N l.KAYK ( Al 1 :ti) p. m.: Ka.t i x
prv. nrrhini; in St. Lout" 7:Vi p. m ; hii nn itroi
a. in.: 1:1" p. rti.: C liiiluiiuti and Loui-vlll,. r'al
Lln.. arrlvliii.' in C'lniinimtl at :uj a. tn : Lmib-vllli'
T in a. in.: Iiiillaiiupiiii 4:t.i a. in. l'a-Miii-rii hy
ttil- train arrive at alios e point
12 TO 3d HOURS IN ADVANCE
Of any other route.
1 .) .1 i i A. m. Fal Mail, with lf, p,'r attached, for
i yr. LOt S and CHIl Ai ! I, arrivinu' In ft.
Loiil. at :"! a. m.: I'bimcn at ii:iai n. in . toiim-it
Inu' at Odin or KltliiL'ham lor C ineiuna'.i. Loui.-tille
FAST TIME EAST.
i iirVHj VI JIiO xothu Ka-l wiihiKil any
delay c-aui'd hy Sunday Inturvi-ninir. Tin- .ntnr
il iv alt'Timon truln from Cairo nrrlvi n In Ni-w York
Monday mornitiL! at 1U:'.'. Thirty Hx bourn In ail
vann df any olln r route.
ifT" Advcrtiio'imnK of rompi'llnc lint tkut liny
inuki' lii tti'r time than thl one an- i--ui-d citln'r
thronnM lnoninee or a drire to ml-li-id tin- putillr
Kor through lleki'ta and information apply at Illi
lioif Cellini Itailroad d'-pnt. Cairn.
TUA1NS AliHIVK AT CAIliO:
r.Mprrna -vi" p m.
.Mail 1:1m a m.
.IAS. JOHNSON, (i. n'l Southern As't.
.1 II. .IONK.S. Tl. Vt A-.-. nt.
(JAIUO A: VINCKNNKS 11.
t'. ATI I EV THE SHiiliTKST liOl TK To
Wl J 1 lil.l Kv.uiMVilW'.
17 ATI I THE SHOIITKST To LOUS
i i .UlliliH VII. I K. CINCINNATI. DAI.
TIVlll'.K AND WASIIIM.TON.
) I All I TIIK sIHiltTKST Tl INDIAN-
i r .'I I uii.i AI'iil.l.vl'llll.ADKLrillA.NKW
YOl'K AND IIOSTON
six iiorus SAVED
OV'-r 1 ml ti of till other rout nuking tin- crime
f V I'le-ni'iii'iTu hy other routi n to make ronni-e-tinii
1 1 1 1 t rl.tr ail ' uiiiht. wailliii; from imc to fix
In ill r at .-mail country Million for train nf cim-ii'-i-tliii!
P l-'T 1-'1 PL1 VTIIK K.V Tumi take our 4:
ii li.U IjM lIili J, ,,,, tr.,n. riai hue.' Kvaim
ville, luditinitpoli-. ('Iin iniiali end Louisville name
ilnv. Truln- leave and arrive at Cairo u foiloui.:
Mail leave- 4T.ti.tn.
.Mall arrive. lo:iip.m
Throuu'h ticket" and che'-k- tu all important
K. A. MU.I.Kl:. II. L. MOIilill.L
tien'l l:i-. Aii-fil . l.em-ral sup't.
L. II. ( IIII.'l II. I'n-wnirer AeeM.
(JAIltO A: ST. LOUIS li. K.
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
I Ka.t St. Louis with all ollu-r lines to the KAsT,
MiliTII AND SOLTII.
Tin-oiie!i evpress euve Cairo s:l." a.m.
Thi-oimu espres. arrives at Kn.t SI. I.oiil- :i::o p.m.
Mm .Ii v -shorn uccom inodalloii leaves t alio 4:'i) p.m.
Miiiphv.lioio ace. arrives at Murjilivslioro '.enip.in.
Throu-ih epi-ess leaves Kast SI. I.oiils. ... S:n a.m.
'riiioiiL'h evpi-.-ss arrive" nt Cairo Ii:l." p.m.
Murpliyshoro nee. leaves Murphv shorn. . . . Vje. a.m.
Minphyslioici inc. arrives tit Cairn I.: I5 p.ui.
IMi'MI'MI'I,'!' Til K Cairo nml SI.
II I i.W I jiH llli I. ,ri
lliillneid I" the only ALL
HAIMlorTKhelvviM.ii Cairo anil St. I.oul- under
one iiiinmi!ciiiciit: therefore there lire no ilelav s at
wav stations uvvaltlllir tonneetloiis Iroin oilier lines.
,- I'nsseiiL'erM liolnif North, Noi-tlieal and est
shoidd nol buy their tickets until they have exam
ined our rale. 'unil routes.
L. M, .InllNSON, Oenei'il Maiiap-r.
II..!. FIN U. General Ayelil. Cairo. 111.
T. L., I.M.t SOUTIIHUX.
-:vpiv..,lc:m Cairo dally - " P-
Kn .tvi Tlwa ulCitlto dally CaiOii.m
! SQ Tim !m MiiTiM? -
MtY (iOOlS, ETC.
roimhil' Xew Dry-GiKiil.s House!
CIIAS. R. STUART,
(Formerly of Munrt Jt Gholnoti,
EIGHTH STREET, 1ct. Washington and
SVCCKssKfl. Inniiifiimtlon of a new era In th"
. (Irv-ijiKiitH trade of Cairo. (iooiU at Low I'rh-i s
mm-the rule. Turu the Oood over rnpldly to tin
I'eople and ifi-t New Htvlen. No old pxidn allow l
In I lie linii.e. llnvlti-'elo.eil out nearly all the u'ihiM.
with which I opened hii.lne.., mn nuw ready with
an entire now im k of Summer Oootl, Imuhi at a
redilcllou of 1U to a per cent from price of thirty
Not ft Dollar's Worth of OKI Goods in
Klesant Line Summer Irc Good. fromSc niiw.-iril.
Splendid st.M'k H hiti- l)re I.ikhU, se upward.
Novelties ill Kau. I'aia.oln. Sun I'mhrellas. Cor
Hcti-, Tien, Itilihoii., liloves, etc., at prices that
cannot he duplicated eNewhere.
Laillen' and C lilldp-n'a Fine Shovn. niniiufartiin d es
presi-lv for my trade and warranted not to rip. I
will repaircny hhoe that will rip wltlilu on da;
Read the Following List of Hiirffains
That have hceD erured to the (Koiile of Cairo hy
the Conraf. tnterprie and Vim of ihi
1'opular and l'roi;iesivi- Dry
Ciooda House :
2('ake Toilet Soap. S cU.
I. allien' Hiwu. only s ets;
Itents' l Hose S its J
Good Towel, i i ts;
l-jtloz A u-iile llu'.lon". fi rts;
Oood Hound Ciiinh. A i t.;
Good KulltiuiM'iitton, per hull, ' c".;
.nml Cullarells, .1 fur b its;
Oood Needles. ,'i el. ;
l"j sheets Writlns: I'aper. S rH.
I. adles' Hemmed Handkerehiefs. S ctH :
Ladle' ( olored Ilorder llandkenhicl.. it-:
1 doz. Shoe Strlnv;., 5 cts;
4 HiMik Cor.et Steels, 5et;
Coats' Sjinol i'otloii. rcts;
.1 I-ad 1'i-uills, Sets;
Ladles' t'ollar. ! cts ;
!i papers I'lns, 5 el.
1 hunch Knvelopes. Sets;
'i paper Hair i'lus, 5 ct.
Gents' all Linen Collar. lOelo;
Kleuant Mvlcs llourette On-". (iiKid.. 8 to 10 ( t-:
Oooil arllcle White I'liple. S lo 111 cts;
Ladles' and tienls' Kancy Striped Hose. Sch" ;
Klenalit Linen Towels. S to lu its;
II. -.i OiiiL'hams. p) cts:
tnwid Vletorin Lawn. 10 cts.
Oood lied Ticking, pu ts.
IUh Wrltliijt Paper and Klivelopet, 111 ct':
GihkI Article Linen Crash, Sand liKl;
(iisid ( he v lots. M cts-.
An Kli-u'aut Linn of Dress Huttous, la ct" :
1 yard GikkI I olIan ttH, pi 1 1 :
1 jialr Good Suspenders, in cts:
Kiiihrolilered Linen Collars, s and lUits;
hitru Kiue Fan (. halii, i and til cts,
Fiflell-Ollt Iii pHrtllietlt.
Kh'L'anl New Stvle Kress (mmmIs. s tn tn f t-:
dents' all Linen' Handkerchiefs. I'.", ! 1 S :
Klritalit Dress Ilultons. new shades. 1U to lj. !:
(oHid Parasol for l.'i i ts;
1 hot Fine Writiie.' I'aper Hid Kiiveloi.es. I c.
Eli-eniit Line Ladles' and 1 hililren'. lloe. lv
Khvui.t Line Fans, 10 and 1 j rts.
Tvveiit,v-Fie-(Vlit llelmrtlin nt.
Kleirant LIiih Ladles" TP s. worth 40 ct-. at
Gent-' Full Heuiilar or llntLll H .'Ji to
Ladies' Keijularor llriti.h Hose, -.'i end ".'.1
tosid Corset. 'i"i cts;
(eut's i'ndershirls. K cts;
Khvant Silk llaudken hlcf. 'i rls:
(mi.hI lllack Alpaca. -J-1, and !' i ts;
II. -I line ilre.s tossls lu tlie Ity. J' to i",
Handsome line Ladles' Col d llo-e. Ijio :
I set l.iu'-u (. ollors and Cutf, Ji lo 41 d...
M i '
Genuine Kid (.love, worth $1.T". for 1 .in;
An Kh-.'ant Line- Dress (..!-. H to ii et.-:
14 vards St Kiui-h. vard wide, lib m h I nit
" for Sl.ui;
;ikm1 ail Linen Tabh- ( loth. V, cts :
Kleirant Japanese silk, worth Tlcts. for M t
Ii. si Summer silk. To cts ;
Iron Frame 'reuaillnes, worth ".i and w it..
riaint 40 ct.;
Kleirant Toilet Unilt. TT rts :
Pi vards bs)d I nhU-a lied, yard w'nle, Coti
'for 1 m.
Ji) pieces llarnhur-.' Kdi'iii'.-s. .1 to Torts;
iiandsoinest line hile Trim mi lie. in the (
-.Mo I lets;
1) yards ll.-avv llrown Coiion. gi.io.
Linen 'I'uble Damask. Nt et-:
GoimI Turkev- lied Table Linen, aid-;
leaker C iiy W hlie shirt-. '.1 it-, to Jl.V
'I'END vour monev wle re it will do von t:ie mo
id, and von will be sure to ;.rni! ii
sri virr s wi'dk awakk and poi-l i.ai; w.
GOOD Hol'SK. Don t Inr.'.'t the i'laee.
C. II. STUAltT.
Eighth Street, hetvu.-eii Wasiilnu'loli and C'oniaieri :-i
The laiirest wholesiile ,Tlilil lM'-V
(iiMMlsainl ('lothinir .' tllis ri,-v;
are receivinir new "'toils daily and ai
oli'erinirtrivat liii-'-rainx in the most hand
some lines of CARl'ETS, OIL ( LOTUS
and MATTIXtiS; Silks, ( ashiiien s, Ron
rettes, and a irrcat many other new
styles of Dress Goods. Funs, Etc.: in
fact in every department of their Imm
ness. they cordially invite the luihlie
to call and sec their stock.
SALOONS AMI ltKM Al HANTS.
Baloon and .1 it Mtmirnnt
TIIK l'.lT or
WINKS, I.IQl'dRS AND CIGARS
Constantly on hand: also has constantly on hand a
i:ni:e sui'iu m
Fill ITS, LEMONS, ORANGES, A I'PJ.ES,
AT WltoLKSAl K AMI IIKTAII..
At the Old llelllliillleo Hotel. I'd! MilJl.evee.
I'.OOT AND SIIOK. MAKKUS.
J.OOT .VXD SJIOK .MAKKIi
(.'oininetcliil Avenue, het, I
SUslh and Seventh sO.
rpAKKS pleasure In niiiiinini'ini; tn his pal runs and
1 ihe puldlr !"iienilly Ihal he lui n Iilly received
the lluest and most select slock of Leather" of every
description ever brnii'.'ht to this cily. All vvoik Iii
his line I'scfiilcd promptly and in the he. I manner.
Kutlr" satisfaction irlveii In every Instance. Price"
reasonable. A cordial Invitation' t-Ntenilrtl In all In
r.ill and e.-iiimllie (ends and learn prices.