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THE DAILY CAIHO lU'LLKTIX: TirKSDAY MOIJXI.NT., MAY
R. Ml ITU. .Ill, M.H.
Office ami !tl'l mf :
NO. -.'! TIUnTKKNTjl STliKKT, CAlll". IM.
' W. PIXXIXO. M.D.
Ollil'" Mill l!i'l'ttiire :
l.KIT. E-N.W. cor. Sixth t.. near Ohio f.' v.'-.
JiK.-IDKXl E-i'nrncr Walnut and Ninth lrcet.
yyi w. c. jocelyx.
(iITD K-Eighth Street. nearCnmnicrcUl Avnit'
R. K. W. WIIITI.OlK,
Or)-" r. No. 1 Commercial Avenue, lictwcvi
Kirhtli and Ninth Stri-ct.
C '. WHEELER.
Attori ley-a t-T a v.
OKril'E-Ohlo Levee, Iict. Fourth and Sixth t.
J IXEOAR & LANSDEX,
O'rTlfK-So. in Commercial Avenue.
;-Wc arc authorized to announce JOHN (J.
UAKMAX. i'f Alexander futility, a a candidate Tcr
(Tc.-k of tin- Appellate Cuiirt. Fourth Diftrlit. Illi
i,ni. subject to tin' decision of the Democratic con
vention called to meet nt fi-ntrwllii. May IK. 1ST,
j. We are authorized to announco H. A. 11.
V ILBAN'KS. ofWa.hliigtou County. a a car.dldt'te
for Clerk of tUi! Supreme Court, ftiiitlivrn Orand
Division. Illinois subject to llu- decision of the
Democratic nominating, convention, to be hold at
Ontralin. May 1. 1ST.
(f-;'t ore authorised to announce HAKIMS
t'AsK. t Carlyle. C'lintou County, a a candidate
f..r Clerk or the Appellate Court. Fourth District.
Illitio'.s. iMlhjcct to the ilccislou of the Democratic
convention culled tu ni'i't at Cciilralla. May tfl. 17.
We are authorized to announce W. C. Le
( linNE. of Effingham County, a" windldiiti for
ierk of the Appellate Court. Fourth District, 111 I
nois. subject to the decision of the Democratic Con
vention called to meet at C'eiitrt'la. May Pi. Is?.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Morninsr Diiily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPKR OF THK CITY A XI) COIXTY.
Yr ntluT local matter see third page.
Tin; City Cotinfil holds forth to-night.
Mr. Dy as T. Parker, nf Fulton, was in
Mr. Jus. S. Mi rr's, if Ul!i:i. was in
th" ity yesterdi.y.
Hudson, the skater, accepts Antrim's
c!ii!nge the sk liter.
-Mr.t. HiirU-rt. during her stay in tuc
c ity, is the guest of Mr. Dr. Wurdncr.
('!. Iinwr-ry ftxike ton large nudi-ew-e
lit the M. E. Church Sunday night.
A'. Antrim has returnel fnm St. Imi,
whether lie had g Tie with liU lni le. to
nj"-.' tin- honeymoon.
Mr. John II. OU-rly left yitt-nlay on
t!i - n xm train fi(r Sprinfielil. Hi' may ex-t'-n-l
his trip to Chirao.
Mr. M. A. Smitli. of tin Joluison
County Journal, favored Tiif. IJi'l.l.KTrs
v ith a call on Sundny lat.
. TliiT'. will In- a hiwne ineftin of tlif
Cniro Ti'mrK-rancc Reform Club this i-vi n
luff, at tl tir hall, at 7 :',() o'clock.
Steam wa raiyil fr the first time in
Trie's new planing mill. Tenth Mrect nnd
WnMn"on iivcmic, on Satunlay lut.
Caiit. Gi-o. Hill, w;w taken nick in St.
I.ui, wa compelled thcri'liy to leave the
steanir Koehlcr, iind has returned home.
Chief Alter yeMerdav l,t"ok in" a thief
who had stolen n pair of lirecches. lie was
given temjiorary hslgin with Pat Ma
litimy. T i-night Cnim Encampment, I. (). O.
will flelmti: its iinniveriiry at Odd Fel
lows' hull. It is lok?l firward to with
nntiidtiHtioiiM of ran enjoyment.
'"apt. Williams will leave to-day on u
lour f infliction along the line of ti e
Ciiro and Vincenne Hiilrond to select
grounds for the proposed picnic of the Hed
f .'oiMtahle (Jladnoy last night lurestsd
two darkies, iiiuiied IJoh Stokes nnd Simon
HinngU. They had hecu lighting on the
corner of Thirteenth and Poplar str'ets, and
lii-nci' their arrest
f'has. Smith, for currying concealed
weapons, w.ts yesterday titled f. hv Judge
I'.ipl. Extenuating cireuinstaiiees appear
ing in the case, City Attorney Mrliee en
tered a stay of execution.
Eddie Close, who, on Friday la-t. while
ntt'-nipting to cork a Utile of tteoxite, re
("ived some of the rluid in his eyes, is n
portd out of danger and will onii he ahle
to s"e ngiiin tin' light of day,
The picnic of the Cairo Casino ( lull,
on Sunday las!, was well attended m xvi
yield a h imUnne profit to the cluh. Mirth
nnd rcve'ry ruled the iH'easion, nnd those
prevr.t spe ik in warm terms of Its manage-in-lit.
Mrs. W. P. Wright, known id one nf
Cairo's favorite vis uli-ts, who has heen in
l'. ston for the pust three months receiving
musical Instiu 'tii'ii, caine home on Satur
day, she will receive n warm welcome
t iiin her many friends.
It costs just f.'O.j to move a cur of
hl'uwherries from Xew (Orleans to Chicago,
Any person having surplus time on hum
wiltohllge un greatly by informing us of
the cot of n Atrawlierry delivered in Chlca.
p nt tliew figures, l'niiencn and expert
no In figures will accomplish the tank.
A fgl.t -it regular hlarid up and knock
ihiwn--s'ciirrud on Suiidny last on Ohio
Iz-vee. near Saver's hide store, between two
"nutsters." They l.-at each other up in a
manner that showed them pnssc-vd of
much skill and nbiiity in the manly art of
s df-defeiise, nnd for a time they alt'oided in
finite niiiibemcnt to a crowd of lookers-on.
A well-known young man. who had an
hour or so previously ct upon mid abused
a stranger in a disreputable den on Coin
ineicial iiveiiite, while standing in front of
HurgerV .store, was assaulted by the indi
vidual whom he had abused, nnd severely
trounced, lie deserved it. It occurred on
That was a pitiable scene in Judge
liird's court yesterday morning, wherein
fourteen laborers, who work on the Ken
tucky side of the river, figured as defend
ants, with the city as prosecutors. They
were charged with and pleaded guilty to the
charge of drunkenness. IJut two were able
to pay the fine of $2 i mi nisei I uion them.
The remainder were consigned to the cooler.
A fre:' lecture will be given by Hev.
Mr. Pope at the A. M. E church Wednes
day night. Mr. P. is a West India Mis
sionary on and oil' for thirty year?- Iocs
not represent any creed rr denomination,
but travels under the auspicics of the
American Evangelical Society. His chief
aim is to preach againt the barriers which
divide the various sects of Christian be
lievers, lie is said to xssess considerable
know ledge of the Subject which he treats.
The transit of Mercury which occurred
ye-te'day was visible in all portions of the
cnantry through tclescoes. It required
seven and a half hours for this planet to
cross the sun's face. Its diameter is il.O'SO
miles. The first transit of Mercury ever ob
served was in MM. when it was witnessed
by Gassendi.' Haley saw it from St. Helena
in KW. The shorte t time known betw een
these parages is three and a half years; the
longest, thirteen years. This is the record,
as, kept since fiassrndi's time. There will
be another transit November 7. I'), and
two more will follow before the close of the
At a meeting of the building com
mittee of the Hibernian Fire Company, held
la-t night in the office of M. J. Howley, the
following bids for the construction of the
projstsed new engine house was u1
niittcd. JohnMcEwen (brick work). $'2--200;
Hichard Walsh i brick work ). f.12"i:
Henry Stout i brick work). fJ.l.'O; John
Madden (completion of buildim.". $:i.4:!7:
(teore Hendricks icompletioii of building .
$:,14'): Daniel Kelly (completion of build- j
ingi. f:t.:47: Kent-re i: Puncker tcomplr-
tioii rf buildingi, J.2'7. Another meeting 1
of the committee will ! held shortly, at
which tn awanl "or the construction of the
building will lie made. i
If Thk Ui i.i.KTiN rcjMirter who w a- I
pn-s-iit at the Woman's TeiniH-rance Chris- '
tian Union mi-ting last night has a jk-- i
cnliarly ditinctive trait of character, ap.ut ;
fnun his moral loveliness, it i his extreme
lii'ale-ty. liiii.!iiug is as natural w ith him ;
as with the girl jtit budding into woman
hixl. H; can't help it. Tlie sympathetic
reader, capable of appreciating such deli
cate natures, can readily imagine our feel
ings when, upon being cnorted to the re
jvortor's table (an elegant little affair,
charmingly situated, by the wayi, wo found
a f -ast fr the sens'-s. U:i eitle-r corner of
the table w;n a fre-h cut magnolia the
rarest of exotic and a bunch of fragnnt
tlowei tastefully arranged. To say we
were overwhelmed would but faintly de
scribe our feelings. And if we do here
what an overwrought sy.tem prevented us
from doing at the proper tim and plain
1 1 r.rlurn thanks we hoie the ladies who
so kindly arranged tin affair will accept it
i s a partial reparation; for uv are. indeed,
v 'ty grateful.
ilM-rri'd Arpm .lournal I.ecil
TlIK liLI.I.KTIS says the typ;; that has
been used in printing the songs in ikc at
the (dub rimnis of the Cairo Tetnperai
H I'. Tin Club ure too small. We would
Migget that if they lire too small!, that
Thk Hi U.KTIN, with its accustomed ;i!M r
ality to tic) club, can have the same privi
lege of furnishing two thousand song-,
printed in auy kind of type they may
lect. on the same terms that thus- now in
us" were furnished the club.
Call and see that Bengali Razor at Rah
man's crockerv store.
Don't fail to call ami examine Jonathan
Crook's ocket knives at Hartmnn's crockery
SO ITH EVAXSTOX 1 X DlSTKIAL
A FIIIF.Ml OF 'INK'S! llool. (i m WollKINils,
CONIUTION AMI Ni:i;ls Mils, lUUliLIIT
TO liKI.INLIl A I.KITI IIK Foil ll's HKSKFIT
IN THIS CITY.
To l lie Editor of Hie llullctlii:
Having recently returned from a visit to
the Illinois Industrial School fur (iiiU,
cated at Smilh Evaiislon, I though!, per
haps, it would imt Ik1 uninteresting u VllUl.
many renders to give mime account of the
present coinliiionaiid future prospect ol'ihnt
much-needed institution. 1 found it in a
flourishing condition, having tweiily-fbur
girls fnun four to seventeen years of age
under its care. They represent ten of the
Congressional dlxtrlcts of thu State one
being from the Eighteenth n very prom
ising little girl of ten years, from Cain,.
The rent of the building occupied has been
donated for thu coming yemv I found
the Institution In many respects
very comfortable, but still needing many
necessary things. The girls come to thu
selusil often in a destitute condition, with
only theclothlnej tlify have
on, mil I
unfit for wear. They need ready mmlc
clothing of the plainest kind, Second-hund
clothing would be very uccel table. Shoes
are a much n 'ciled article, nnd in fact all
kinds of clothing worn by ymin girls.
They are in 'aiit of good scats for the
school room. It is no Miiall task for a
teacher to take twenty-four undisciplined
girls, using books of all grades, and main
tain order where they are all seated in
chairs around one common tabic. Hut this
has been unavoidable, because the institu
tion has not had the means to piircha.se nny
school furniture, the feeding, clothing nnd
warming consuming the means at hand.
The premises are in admirable condition,
and the work is all done by the girls under
the eye of an efficient superintendent and
matron. As the number increases, there is
ul.-o a want felt for means to give instruc
tion in different occupations and industries,
for it is found that the morals of the school
are better when the girls are kept busy.
The ladies and gentlemen of the nsoocia
tion, comprising many of the bet citizens
of the State, are sustaining the school by
personal effort, and gratuitous services,
looking for no reward except the pleasure
of doing good toothers. (Juite n number of
the most talented women of the state have
on different occasions given their services
to help increase the funds of the school.
Not the least among these is Mrs. E. 15.
Harlicrt. the gifted editor of the Woman's
Kingdom in the Inter-Ocean, who i.s ex
pected to visit our city during the week to
give a lecture for the benefit of the school.
We citizens of Cairo, with all others of the
State , have a personal interest in maintain
ing' this school, where unprotected girls'may
be trained to usefulness and good citizen
ship, and thus kept from drifting into dis
graced and debased womanhood.- I hope
even- citzen will ere Mirage the enterprise
to extent of the price of one admission
at least (twenty live cents), mid at the
same time have the pleasure of enjoying
one of the most intellectual treats of the
season, in a lecture on the Nipuhir subject
of 'Woman's nights."
A Fuikm) ok Tiif. School.
Foil Sai.k. Hajloon Machine and Balloons.
Inquire at Joseph lines' grocery store, cor
ner of Tenth street and Washington avenue.
Don't forget the lecture to lie given by
Mrs. Elizabeth IJoynton HaiUrt on "Men's
Rights," at the Atheiieum, Tuesday evening.
Reinenila-r the lady give? her -services for
th beiietit of a most worthy charity. Let
her be gru'tfl bv a large audience.
Tiif. Oj-kkx ok May. On next Friday
night, at the Cairo Teinicntnee Reform
Club Rooms, then- will U a ocial recep
tion, to which all are cordially invited, men,
women and children, at w hich time a ballot
will be taken f r the (iii-en of May. to lie
crow nisi at OI'Mi Fern on Saturday, May
11th. Li-it open for any young lady; bal
lots five cent each. By order of the
Thk ladies nf the M. E. Church have
completed their arrangements for their Ice
cream and Straw berry Festival. toU given
on the evening of Thursday, May tub. in Dr.
Wardner's building on Commercial avenue.
Admission. 10c.: ice-cream, I'm:.: ice-cream
and straw licrries. 2"c; ice-cream, straw
lu rries and cake, o'ic.
!i! .v) E( t nsiox. The Cairo Temper
ance Reform Club will give a Grand Pic
nic Excursion to Olen Fern, on the Cairo
and Yincennes Railroad, on Saturday, May
11. Trains will leave the depot promptly
at a.m., stopping at Tenth, Twentieth and
Thirty-fourth streets. Fare Sixty Cents for
the round trip; no half-fares or coiiipliinent
aries tfill be issued. For further particu
lars see posters ami small bills. John P.
Hely, Marshal; .las. F. Miller.. Assist int
Marshal. Wm. M. Williams.
Oko. E. i msi kaii,
J. F. MlI.LKIt,
0. It. WiMiDw.utn.
Ticket for sale at Dcot. at Box Factory,
of ('aptFields, at J. II. Melcalfs and the
Club Booms. oiOeO. E. Oliiist-ai'l.
A Hkmahkaiilk I'ksclt. It makes no
difference how many physicians or how
much medicine you have tried, it is now an
established fact that Herman Syrup is the
only remedy which has given complete sat
isfaction in .severe cases of lung diseases.
It is true there are yet thousands of persons
who are predisposed to throat nnd lung af
fections, consumption, hemorrhages, asthma,
severe colds settled on the breast, puiie
inonia, whiKipinr cough, etc., who have no
personal knowledge of Boschce's German
Syrup. To such we would say that .VI.OHO
dozen were sold hist year without one coin
plaint. Consumptives, try jis one bottle.
Regular size, 7.i cents. Sold by nil drug,
gists iii America,
Don't forget the lecture on "MenV Bights'
Tuesday evening, at the Atheiieum. The
lecture will surpass any previous one of
the season. Fill the hoii-e nnd show your
appreciation of ho worthy an institution as
the Industrial school f,,r uirN, for wlWo
beiiellt the lecture is given.
Ci.hvu though! and vigorous action de
pend upon that perfect condition of system
resulting fnun pun; blood, When symp.
tons provocative ol dullness mid inm fivity
present themselves, then us at once Dr.
Hull's Blood Mixture.
Boat Foil Salk.-HuII, KlxHI. suitable
for fisherman or family use. Price, (je.'r,.
For particulars Inquire of
I Iron in ('Ai.i.Muy,
WOMAN' S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE
Till: MI LI'ISO I.As'l S10I1T A I.AIIHK ( lioWII
AM) A VA1IIK1) AM) I'l.F.ASANT 1'llolillA M M K
ol-' i;.xi:iicim:s shout talks uv miis.
IIAIilll'UT AM) .MKSSUS, FISIII.lt AM)
W IICKI KIt.
The number and charac ter of the audi
tors assembled at the hall of theTcinpcranee
Reform Club last night was a gracious and
deserved compliment to the lady who de
votes so much of her time to the ameliora
tion of Hie lot of the unfortunate and needy
of her own sex. Nor doesi she confine
her benevolent efforts solely to woman.
They are broad enough to embrace,
the whole human race, us her sendees in
the cause of temperance and other reforms
amply testify. Mrs. Harbert is a lady in the
meridian of life, of slender frame and above
the average height. She has a keen, ear
nest expression, a delivery marked more by
strength than grace, while her matter gives
evidence of much thought and study. She
was dressed plainly in black, the
only perceptible ornaments being a lace
collar and a cluster of roses worn under the
throat. She is editor of the l,Wonians'
Kingdom" department of the Chicago Jn-t'-r-Oeean
and president of the Sis-ial Sci
ence Organization of Illinois coiiijos(-i
entirely of women.
At nUut eight o'clock Mrs. President
Rittellhoiise, .supported by Mrs. Wheeler,
vice-president, called the meeting to order
and announced as the first part of the even
ing's programme a song, commencing with
the words 'Hurrah for the Cold Water
Army !" by the Juvenile Cold Water
Army, under the direction of Miss Rogciv
altout twenty voices given with freedom
and spirit. Miss Fannie Barclay .supplied
the organ accompaniment. A pertinent
prayer by Rev. Mr. George then followed.
'Who Killed Tom Rojmt;' a r 'citation
by Master Hugh Barclay a wise-looking
little four-year old was gone through with
in a manner peculiar to children, which we
all know, but so few of us can describe.
It was Mrs. Rittciihousc's happy privi
leges she said, to introduce a lady of whom
all her auditor's had heard Mrs. Harbert
who would favor them w ith a ballad
the name of which we did not learn. Mrs.
If. was greeted with a hearty round of ap
plause Uth uiKin her appearance at the in
strument and at the conclusion of her song.
Mr. Fisher was next introduced as "a
fisher among men," and in the course of his
remarks tisik decided ground in favor of
prohibition. He traced its hi-tory in the
State of Vermont from its inception, soin"
forty years ago. to within a short time since,
when the only remaining saloon in tin
State one at Burlington had Im en abated
as a nuisance. lie also referred to the re
ception of a letter by himself from Maine,
announcing a similar result in that State.
To. our mind one of the most attractive
features of the evening was tliOinging of
the Drunkard's Daughter' by little Wintie
Dunning. Her make-up was capital. Bare
footed, w ith a gown l,all tattered and lorn."
a bandanna kerchief tied around her head,
she looked a ierlect picture of the child
suffering from heart-ache and poverty. In
rendering the song she evinced remarkable
s'lf iossession forachild of her years. and nt
its conclusion was rewarded with applause by
the audience for her effort.
Mrs. Harbert Was then introduced, and
limited herself to a fifteen-minutes' talk
She dep u ted from the subject of temper
ance to give young ladies a lecture on the
intoxication of dres. It is not for us to
take sides on this extremely delicate iii'
tion, but there are some people not w holly
destitute of sens'- who aver tlc.t young la
dies deserve all that was said of the.ii.
Be that as it may. Mrs. (. paid
the highest possible compliment to the
young ladies of Cairo, and to their interest
ill the temperance cause, by observing that
the crowd present was quite lis huge as if
Worth himself had been on the platform,
was then and there delivering a lecture on
the spring fa-hion, nnd promising to give to
each a pal tin of the very lat-t sty" out.
Miss Thompson then proposed a senti
ment, to which S. P. Wheeler. Eq., briefly
resMidei. Retook Up the thread of Mr.
Fisher's discourse, and assert ! that the way
to make prohibition effectual was to create
a public sentiment which would sustain it.
lie referred lo the laws of Kansas and Mis
sissippi for the regulation nf th,; liquor
t rathe, and did not hesitate to pronounce
them th" most effectual for it suppres
sion which had ever come under his
observation. lie paid a glowing
compliment to the people o both the
Mrs. RittenhoHse remarked that some
time since a rule had been adopted by the
society Ihiingiiieinbers five cents each, every
time, for appearing on the streets without
the white bow; and olllcers of the society,
guilty of violating the rule, 10 cents each
time, She suggested that a collection of
the tines Would yield qilile a revenue,
Maud Ritteiihoiise --a young' mi-s of
twelve or fourteen - then recited unoriginal
poelll, depicting the llliseiics that follow ill
the wake of the use of liquor and the hap
piness which temperance brings. The con
trast was forcibly illustrated mid the man
nerof delivery excellent.
After some remark by the lady president
of a business character, the dyXology was
sung, and the cxorcUes for the evening
A young mother must have some rest
F,ul how is this to be Accomplished, when
the baby is resiles and cries constantly?
Simply by using Dr. Hull's Ilaby Syrup.
Sl MMEIt KKSORT,
'PHE fiiviirlle Wlscon-hi Summer l,Vort. romlil
1 n I ie,' iiiiiiu aihuiitic.'cs imil atloKiloiir lima can
lie staled In an advertisement.
'" Send fur l)ecrliiilve Circulars nnd term, anil
see how miiiiII a inin It ulll require lor your sum
mer rcl and enjoyment.
TAdilress ' DAVID (il.'KKNWAY.
Dtrll'ord IM)., V.con-la.
Eifiirrif Stiikkt, (in Riser's Building)
1,VMI'I.OYS only llrl class workmen, find emleiiv
J ors to accord to all courteous treatment.
The Cju'ih) llox and iiasket Co.
Flooriny:. Sklimr. Tjatli, Vac:
At the very lowct rates,
Huviinr a Heavy Stock of Logs on lLiml.
We are jireptrod to
SAW OCT SPECIAL ORDERS
On tie- shorte. t notice.
i SI'F.I IAI.TY made of STKA VIIOAT l.f MHK II.
iV Weal.oiieiuiif.ielureFHI'IT IloX M ATE LI XL.
Cracker. ( andy, I'urkltn; Hn-. Mavcs, !cdlni:s.
JLLIXOIS CKXTliAL K. 11
Shortest mid Quickest Route to
St. Louis aiul Chicajxo
'I'll K only road runnlui.' two dally train from Cairo
1 miikiie.' illrei I coiiie-cili.n wl'li Kalern lite-.
TI!AIS I.KAVK I AIKD -l:lup. m : Fa-t
)ires. nrriv ini( in t. Loni" t:Vi i m. ; I hiciigu i:ni
a. in.: l:lo p. in.: Im lnliali and l.oii.ill,- Fal
Line. nrrMn. In t lie Iniiali a. m : Loni-t III.
T:lo a. in.; iudiatiapoli -1 : 1 " a.m. I'n-s.nger l.y
th train nrrtvc it inie points
l. TO :Hi Ilol'RS IX ADVANCE
Of anv other route.
1 ) 1 1 1 " "' V"'' Mail, with .l....p. r nt vlied. for
l-.l" '. Lol'ISmidlTIIHAiio. arrivln.' In St.
' Loni m ti:'i n. in. ; Chlcngo jr ii:nl p. in . ronnei t
' llj.-.H (.xliii or Kaiu'li'ilii lor ( iliilliuuti. Luiilsvllle
FAST TIME EAST.
P Is'VllVI,,,v ll'"' '-" throa.'h
I V. ' rU ,,i j;t IOi..'i! nny
delay cmis.-il hr Sunday inlervruiiitf. The Saoir-
ilnv nlti rnoon ir?iln Iroiu Cairo arrive In New York
Mondnv iiiornlu.' at lu.-i'i. Thlrty lx hour In ad- I
vnlice nf nny other none. I
I i" AiIm rtl.'iiietii of comp.'tliig line that they i
lluSe ln-lter time (hull till" one ure ..lled ellli, r
' ihroie.'h l.'iioraiici. or n de"lre to inl-lead the ptiMle. I
I For throii'.'li il ket" uml inforiiinilon apply t fill
Hoi" I entr'il limiromt ilepoi. I mro.
TltAINS ALI'.IVK AT CAIItO:
F.lpre- S:iW p.m
Mail. I an a in
.1 s. JollNSHN. dea l So'itle-rn A.' t.
.1. II JuNKs. Ticket Agent.
mm "t :-1 JT:J-- -"-
It I Mil I.VTIIK MIoitTKsT llulTK TO
')! M I lil.n HvnuHvillo.
IT Mil tVTIIK S1IOHTKST TO I.OII"
I I M I ll.l.K. ( I Nt INN ATI, UAL-
TIMDKK AND WASHINGTON.
1 1 f I I L'J THK SlHiltTKST TOINDIXN'
h M I lir.r) M't!Ls.pil.ADKl.PUIA,NKW
VOIIK AND lios'LON 1
SIX IlOlIltS SAVKI)
(Her tl., ill ufuil other mule maklim the same
pn. .eager liv oilier route to tniike rnntiec-
' liuii" ini',"t ride nil night, waiting from one to six
hours ut iinil eoiiutry atullon for train of con-
! iiectlng road".
P l-'l .'1 P. I.' 1 TlIK FA 1 Tntid take our 4 1-1
: UD.U l.'l 1 I It a. m. train, reaiiiiiii Kvan
vllle. Indlaliapoli. ( lie'ltinatl nnd Lotii"illle salll"
iliiv. Train h iiM- and arrive n Cairo a follow:
J Miill leave. I:l"i a ill.
! Mall lll lives Plall p. til
I Through ticket' and check In all Important
I F. A. MlI.LKIt. II. I.. MOHKII.I..
j dell ) I'll". Age,l. dee Sp'.
I,. II. I III III II. I'lls"tlger Agent.
(JAIUO k ST. Lons it. 11.
a i w
awrv'i it t''''""""4
Shortest Line to St. Louis!
, 'PIIK train hv Ihl road (onnect nt St. I.oul nnd
! 1 K.-i-t SI. Louis v I1I1 nil oilier line lo the KAST,
! NullTII AND sol TU.
' Tlcoiigh exprc. leiiM'n Cairo S:l.i!1.ai.
, Thiougii cxpre nrile nt Kiit St. I.oul .can p.m.
Mimdiv.lioio 11 miiiodiillon lenve I aim trl" p.m.
Mui-pli'vsiiiiroiicc. arrive nt MuriihyalioiK Haul p.m.
Tlniiugh epi"s" leave" KiH St. 1,.11'In.,.. Jj:l.) a.m.
! 'I'lirougli e.vpiv nirive" nt Cnlro .1:1. 1 p.m.
Mui phvslioi'o ace. leave diirphvhtiro. , , . .Xl'.lii.m.
.Miirphjslioioncc. iirrlvea at ( nln Ii: l.'i i.m.
1 l.'M l.'M l!I.M THK Cnlro and Kt. t.onl
KliAl 1.M 1) liK n,uil is th" only ALL
II ML IIOI'TK lielweea Culm and St. I.oul" nailer
1 iigeiuenii therefore there are 110 delicts nl
wnv tiitloii" nwullliig connection from other line,
Pii."engei's going Noiih. Northeast and Wet
should nut liny tin dr Hckel nnlll they have exam
ined our rule" mill routes.
M. ilollNsoN, (ieiieril M Hinder,
11. .1. 1'INK, detieinl Agent. Cairo, III.
$l L., I.M.A: SOUTHKltX.
Kxfires leave CalriMlally t:n0p,m.
Mxpivs arrive" ill Cairo ilnlly Saw a. 111.
IiUY (.oops, ETC.
Popular Xew Iry-(ioods House!
CI IAS. I!. ST H A i rr,
i Formerly of Stuart ii (iliolonj.
EIGHTH STIIKKT. bet. Washington mul
St'Cl'KSSFt'I. Iniiie.'uriitloa of a new era In t'le
ilrv L'ood" trade of I ulro. dood at Low 1'rii cs
now tlie rule. 'Cum the dooiN over rapidly to the
People mid iret New tstvli s. No old iiooila allom-it
In the house. Having closed out nearly all the nooiN
with which I opened Im-lncs. rtia now ready wit;,
an entire now slot k of summer IhmmU. nought ui a
reiluciliei of in to '.'i per rent from price of thirty
il:iv sin, e.
.Not a Dollar's Worth of Old Goods in
Klegaiit Line Saiiimer Dnw flood. fromSc upw ird
splenilld Mock White Dre ( iiMid. st upward.
Ninelilc In Faii. I'lira-nl. Mm l'mlirell,i. ( or
el. Tie, llllilion. d!oc. etc., at price liiat
CHIIllot lie it It i I i.ltt -.) elsewhere.
I.adle' nnd children' Fine Shoe, manufactured ex
presy fur my trade ami warranted uot to rip. I
will rep iir any shoe that will rip within lie daw
Read the Following Lint of Bargains
That have ln-en secured In the people nf iVroliy
the Courage. Knterpri.e itml Im (,f this
1'opuiar and l'rogreic )rj
y l.ood I'uiic:
1 Cake Toilet Soup, Set..
Ladle' Hiise. on!) ;m Is;
dent"' llni.e i ts, '
I iiMul Tow-'l. S ct-.
lidoz. Agale lliittnus. .1 1 1:
(nod Ilolllld ( otnli. 5 1 i. ;
dond Kultiijig l ottoii. er hall, 5 ct;
(iood I ollarett". S for .1 ;
lood N lie-. 5 ct:
1-.' heet Writing Paper. .1 ct. "
Ladle1 llemtned ll amlkeri lil.-f", ,cts;
Ladle' Colored Horder Handkerchief.. ? : ;
I do. Slim- to ring. rt:
4 HiMtkt'or-ei .steels. . ci:
Coals' Sp., Cotton, let;
:t Lead IVf.il. Sit:
Liidie' Collars, s i ts:
i papers Pins. S it
1 Iiiini h Knvelop,-, Hct;
pipers Hair I':n. 5 i t.
dent,' nil Linen Collar. 10 ct:
Klegallt "tc. HollP'tle lire.. (,,.i, i., S t o 1 .1 t ;
dooil nrtlrle White Plipi-. s to lilct;
Liiilii-' nnd (" lit.' Fancy Mrlped Ho-', s ;.l H ;
Klegatit Linen iV,wi-l. s to In it;
II. "I (.ingliani. 10 tta;
diMi.1 XiiioriA Lawn. pic',
dond lleil Ticking. In ct
iUix W riting Paper and Fnvelnpe. In ct-;
km1 Article Linen Crh. S and In cl ;
d,i,Hl ( h"lot.. in ct.;
An KP-gatit Lli f lire t!ntton. lit r::
I Jrd do.d oilnr. tte. 1'lct;
1 jiHirdisid Sa-piiider". pict.;
Kiiiiiroiileriil Linen Collar. " nnd P) ts:
Kxtra Fine Fan Chain. ." and 10 ct,
Kl'-gant New Stsle lire.. ImmhI.. k to i', ri
ont. nil . In, ii Handkerchief. I'.", I.. T, rl-:
Klegani l"" iltittoiia. in hwie, loiol,',
dtHol Parn-id for l.it;
1 hex Fine Writing 1'ap.rand Ktoelope.. f, rt. ,
Kl-gint Line Ladle ai.d chiMr-ti '. llo-e. lot.,
E!. int Line Fans, la and l.'i i ts.
Twenty -Khf-Ccnt Iieparttnent.
FU'gnnl Line l.adles'Tle.. worth Clef.. Hf.'',r'.:
dent' Full Kcgiiiar or llr!li-h tlo Ji to i',. ..
Ladle.' 1,'egiiinr or Hriti"h Hose. V" and '.e. t. .
d.wiil CMrs,-t. 'JTi cts.
dent I iiilersl irt". i1! i ;
Kl. ganl silk llaiidker.iil.-f. T 1 1.;
tmoil Ilia. J( Alpai . , iii.d 'i' i t:
M.-.f line Dr. . diH.ils In lie-1 Ity. ) to i r:
Hand'oliiv line Laill.s' l .,1 d t i . . 1". to y,
I set Linen Collar, and ( nit-. Ji n , t-
Genuine Kid lil.ne. worth f 1.7V for ! ui;
An Klegani Line Dr- .s di,.!.. s to i', c t. ;
14 iard suit Finl-li. v.ird wide. Il1e4.i1 ( n't. ire
' for tl ui;
di,ll ulll.llletl Talde ( lotli. r. i t;
Klegatit ,lnpnnei silk, worth 7.1 is. for ji c';
Jie.t Mimiii'-r siik. Tui t;
Iron Frame iretiaditic. wor'h and C for
:li and 4o ii ;
Kh gant Toilet Ouill. Tl ct.;
la nrd i.oimI liihlcai lied, lard w id . I ..-.,
for $i m
'JO plnv. Hamlin rg Killing. 3 to M i t.:
Ilaiidsonie.t line M Ii 1 1 - 'I rnnmliig. In f: ( 'it;, .
S to IX ct;
Mvard ey Ilrown Cottnli, Jl.i.n.
I.liien Ta'de iViniH-k. VI i t.;
I d Turku- K. il Ishle Llio-n. win.;
Quaker lltv White shirts, "ui. to : V
SI'KND your tnoie-v where it wil dnyie.t tvi" ti.o'
g'Mil. and m'i will he sure to .p.-ni i: j
STI ALT'S WIDK AWAKK AND I'l'Pl I.AH I'!M
din i)S llufs K. Don t forget the Place.
C. U. STl'AHT,
Klghth Htrr-t. tMiweeti W:ihlngton and Comue-rc . ia1
The lanrcst wliolesale uml retail Dry
(iisnls mid ( lot him; House in this City;
are reccivinc new (omhI.s daily iind ate
otl'erinsr jyreiit ha rifiiliis in the most hand
some lines of CAUPKTS. OH. CI.tlTHS
and MATTIMiS; Silks. Cashmere, Ron
rcttex, and a great many other new
styles of Dress (ioods. Fan, Etc.: in
fact in every department of their busi
ness, tliey cordially invite the public
to rail and see their stock.
SU.OONS AMI KFMAt'KANT.
Saloon anil lxVstauraiit
TlIK IIKsf or
WIXES, I.Kil'ORS AXDdOARS
Cotisiantly (in hand: nl-o hn constant!)' on hand a
lark"' supply of
FRUITS, I.EMOXS, OK AXfi F.S, A I'l'I.KS,
AT Wnol.KsAt.K AM) l.l.T.ML.
At the ftl'l I'chlionlcn Hotel, (ill Ohio I.evee.
IK IDT AND SlIoK JIAKKKS.
HOOT AX I) S1I0K 31 A K HI
ATIIEXEI M lilll.DIXO,
Cntntnerclnl Avenue, he, 1 ',i,i 111
Sixth and SeMiith sl. litUOt 111
'pAKKSplennire In iiiiiioiiniiiiL'tfi hi patrons and
1 the pilhlle ifenernlly that he ha' recently recelieit
the llnesl ami most nelecl stock of Leathers of every
ilescrlpllon ever hroilghl Iii Ihl ell v. All work la
hi line executed pmmptlv nnd la the hct manner.
Knllre sallmetloii t'lven In every Instance. Price
reasonable, A cordial llivltatlon' extended tuall lo
call and examine good and learn prices,