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THE DAILY CAIKO BULLETIN; AVKI)XKDAY MOLNING, MAY 8, 1S78.
Smith, j it., m. i.
Offlef ami Kilil-n :
,). l TillltTEKNTH STI1KKT. CAIKO. li t-
1 W. DUNNINO. M.l.
Orllee and Resldenc:
(iKKI' K-N. W. mr. Sixth .1.. n.-.r Ohio Levee.
KKslUKM 'K -Curlier Walnut and Main
J)R. W. C JOCF.I.YN.
)KKI 1 E-Klu'hth Street, near Cornm-reNl Av -mie.
J)U. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Omr-X". I Commenil Avenue. Mween
KU'luh and Slnth Streets.
.1 V WHEKI.KH.
OKKIt'K Ohio Levee, net. Fourth nd Sixth t.
J l.NKUAR i LAN'S DEN",
A t ton ley H-at-La w.
OKKIi K No. 114 Conimerdal Avenue.
JfVVu are tntbnrUi-d to announce JOHN H
HAHMAX.of Alexander County. a candidate fir
Clerk of the Appellate Court. Fourth IMstrirt. till
noi. subject to the decision of the Democratic con
vention .-jilted to meet t Cealralls. May lit ISTs.
Iff- We re luthorlxed lo tunoancu K. A. D.
WILBAXKS. of Washlnifton County. a cndldte
for Clerk of the Supreme Court. Sonthern (irnnd
Division, Illinois, unhji-ct to the devWton of the
D-niixmtlr nomlniting convention, to lie held it
Centralis.. May in. 1T.
1-fVi't tre iuthorir.ed to announce IIAUDIN
CAsE. of Cirlyle. (liaton Connty. candidate
for Cleik of the Appellate Court. Fourth District.
Illinois, subject to the decl-lon of the Democratic
convention railed m meet at Centrnlla. May lfi. HT.
'- Wu are authorised to announce W'. C. I.K
CJtoXE, of Kfllnirham County, a a candidate for
Clerk of the AplH-lIatH CiMirt. Fonrth I)ltrlet. 1 111
uois, mihj-jct to the decision of ti- iH-mocritlc Con
vention called to meet at Centralis. May H 17S.'
THE DAILY BULLETIX
Only Morniiit; Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPKtt OF THE CITY A.M I'lUXTY.
Tho scraper, nt work on otir strw-ts.
adds groutly tt their npcuranee nnd utility.
IVtt; Zimmerman ha, uliout completed
repairing and overhauling his tailoring es
tablishment. Mr. Jnme Fitgonild is constructing
itn ic-!"ix of pretentious design ami huge
PMjxtrf ions fur Fred. Kochler.
--Geo. F. Zimmcrlce, a ymnir miller,
known to our citizens was in the employ
of tin; Washburn mill, ut Minncnjiolis, when
it exploded. The extent of his injuries we
have not been able to leurn.
A .voting l.nly in the upM-r part of the
city ha ued out itn iittachnient for tin- pcr
son nf :i railroad young iiiitn named I'.irner
who, hf claims, left her without fuIMIh'n
Jiis promises to her.
The meeting place of our city Solon
lias the appcunincc of a cockloft with a
few chairs iiinl tiililcs thrown urounil in a
):ii Iniiinl faction to meet an emergency.
The SiK-i'ty on the St.iniilatM funiishcil the
mi 1 '1.
Jas. lIiishcnH wife died nt the Anna
1i).Miiie Asylum on Friday hist. Shu will lie
reni-uili.T -d hy our people us the woman
who attempted to commit mticide ly jum -inj;
into the sipe water alKiut two yours
The amount of coal consumed hy Jocr..
lives of the Illinois Central Railroad run
jiinr into Cairo, during April, was four
hundred and seventy-two tons, the smallest
amount used any one month since August
Did Dad f'vett. well known in Cairo,
had the misfortune to have his hand severely
injured last Wednesday at Ccntrulia. The
accident iK-curred while drivinif a vi
cious horse, wh'u-h took fright at some oh
j'l't I ran for a consil 'rahle distance.
Harmon Iloi.tnan, until Saturday lust
in the employ of dipt. Ilalliday, as Jfard
ner, fell from the deck of the jaines Fisk.
at Metropolis, on Monday evenin;, mid
was drowned. He was the same individual
w1n during the ris-eiit wind storm narrowly
CM-aped .'cnth ,y falliiijr tree.
ludife liird Vin.l a couple more unfor
tunates Uefore him yesterday, charged with
Irunkeiiness. The lowest tine was as,ie,
in each ease, hut it failed to reach Hie ex
cln (ti -i s of the orlenders. In exchange for
th-ir services the city will feed and lisli-e
1hm for a I. out -ir)it or ten days.
At the lirst trestle-work on the Illinois
Central railroad. oiii!r North, unother hind
slide look place u Friday iiijht. The
Vlnce is the same where it previous one oc
ciinvd Mime time since. A temporary track
was laid until the necessary repairs could
-A-.t.itcinciit was pnhli.lieil aliout three
weeks since to the elRt ll,t there had la-en
a redui thm made in the w.vs of the cur
hoi.t men in the employ of the lllim is
Ceniml railroad. This was a mitake; and
an ollieial of the road authorises us to
make the coii'eclioii.
The colored citizens me indignant at
the treatment Deputy Aiscs.ov Taylor
icciv s. nt the hands of the Tax payers'" As
socintion. tine of them ninaiked lo us
y m' r lay that he expected to have the scalp
of it certain i lMinffuihhe.1 Hepnhliean dan.
iliinj.' in his helt cie many iiiikiiih wx und
wane, lie sMike inctaphorically. of course.
A ','eiitl,inmi well known In railroad
cdn les was usuuulud on Monday last hy a
gentleman cir.illy w.-ll known insteamlsmt
circles. The affair originated, o w nre
infonited, in an old j;nnlic. The stenni
lsmtnuin was arrested, taken lx fore Justice
I5olu'nsin, and flucd and of, which he
paid. There was whisky in the case.
'' According to nnnoiincenient made
from the pulpit for two Sulilmthx. there w ill
! a tueetini.' of the congregation ,f the
lrcslyteriin church this evening for the
election of a pastor. It should lie stated, in
explanation, that the relation hitherto sus
tained ly l!ev. Mr. (hsirire to the church is
that of stated supply, an-J not that of regu
lar pastor. Ilev. E. L. Davis, of Anna. mtIio
has heen invited to preside nt the roncrvgn
thmal meetintr, will pn-ach at 7::l p.m.
The business will Ik- trtnsicted after the
('roping one' way through the stiects
these dark nights with the uncertain aid of
a lantern, has to he experienced to le np
pnt'iatiil. We have consulted a gt-ntle-man
eminent inthelenl pron-sion.astothe
liahility of the city in case of an Ncid nt
sustaineil ly a K-destrian under such cir
cumstances, and if. in liis opinion, the city
is lialde in a s;tt;factorj- amount f t dam
aifes, we pros, tohrrak a leir. We haw
in our mind' eye half a ilofe-n spts wlicre
the jol can K- done promptly and !Tr tive
ly. Then there will W a s.T-t deal of talk
aliout "lot kins; the stahle 1W tut- hors is
stolen." with .similar savins. of a trite and
The Ccntrali D ".mv rat, in a notice of
Schuyler Colfax's lectures nt that place,
say '('. R. Wisslwarl, of Cairo. Ills., pres
ident of the day. ami P. G. M. C. Kell. of
this city, vice-president of the
ilny, lsth distinguished ex-niayors
of their rt-spivtive cities, accompan
ied Rro. (,i!f--,i in one caal:e.,'
TheDi-niixr.it mVtken. Mr. W...1
ward lias never ! i i ivyor of Cairo, "dis
tiniruished" or o' "! . Hut if he should
ever consent to Ut o; i a candidate tor that
exalted positio'vhe may rely upon the un
divided and ti!K-'".'i s-tpjmrt of Tiik I!t r.
i.ktix. Our t - 'i-s U-en recently re
prised and is i . . !.; condition.
Seventy s!ret lu::ips can U- hurntsl
twelve hours every niu'lit there would U-tis-
for them, a ls-tter liht than "as fur
nished, not as much care required to t'-nd
them, for $1,200 a year, at the outside.
The city could not invest in a more judi
cious advertisement, to say nothing of the
lionetit every man who keeps n store open
after dark in Cairo would derive from such
tin arrangement. Kvery Inisines.. man is
interested directly in dollars and cents in
this lil.itter. People are lofie- to leave th'-ir
homes nnd venture down-town on a dark
niiiht. wisely fearing the cons'ipience. An
iiifitation if the sill ject will lirini; nUaitttn
understanding of it, nnd when this is done,
relief will he hud. We resKf tfully stm
;est a consideration of the subji-ct hy citi
z -ns w ho pay no taxes, hy citizens who pay
taxi-s. hy the City Council which dishurs -s
taxes, and ly the Taxpayers' Assik iafion.
Cam. and see that Ilenu'aM Paor at Hart
man'.s crocken- store.
Mil. F. Koiismkvku is just in rec-ipt of
a very large and select stock of Key West
and imiHirted cigtrs, to which he calls tin
special attention of smokers.
Thk Tiirn-geineinde will give a picnic
at Parker's (trove on Sunday, the 1 0 1 1 1 inst
Further particulars will Ik- given hereafter.
Foit Sale. Ilallooii Machine und Balloon.
Inquire at Jo-ph Bross' grta-ery store, cor
ner of Tenth street and Washington avenue.
Ji st received by Lancaster & Rice, Com-nu-rcial
avenue, comer of Sixteenth street,
over H.OOO of the finest hewed Cedar Posts
ever brought to ('a ro. Wiil be sold ut
THK WOMAN'S CIA R.
A II K( KITIOX To UK TKMIKHKIl Mil. K. II.
lUKIIKIlT Til IS KVKMMI 11V THK MKV
IIKIIS OK Til K ( I. I'll-- A I.Kt 'li IIK.OM.KOIKiK
The library rtxnn this evening will be tin
scene of a reception given to Mrs. Kli.n
lieth Iloynton llarbert by the memb is of
the W omun s Club, Mrs, J. H.Obcrlv will
deliver n greeting from the Club to Mrs,
llarbert. Mr. Sloo will present u senti
ment which will be resMiiiied to by Mr.G.
(. A I von I. nfti r which Mr. Ilailnit will
yive tine of her mot able and brilliant lect
ure that on George F.liot which will be
succeeded by line music from some of our
best vocnl talent Mis, .1, M. Liuisden, Mr.
Wm. Winter, Mis Kustmmi und remarks
by Mrs. II. II. Ciiinlee; alter which conver
sation nnd u discussion of the lecture w ill
be enuuged in. A cordial invitation Is ex
tended to nil the friends of the association.
('KI)AU, Posts, hewed; the HMest ever
brought to this market. Over :i,iilili in the
raft. Price down to the bottom, At the
the lumberyard of Lancaster A Rice, Com.
Iliercial ii'vcliuc, cVllcr of Sixteenth street,
Persons having cisterns ih, Hiayed by the
lute storm can have lln- same repaired or
new ones built promptly and at prices to
suit the times by ( ailing on or by inldresing
the undersigned through P. (i.
J. S. Ihwiiixs.
All those needing anything in the provi
sion line will do well to call nt Nos, 70 und
71 Ohio levee before puiclllising elsewhere,
Poik. bacon, lard, etc., nil in good stock mid
prices, iwn! down! down!
April '.',is, v. P. WmoiiT.
THE CITY COI NCIL
MKKTIXO LAST XKIIIT A PKTtTION ,x TIIF
St IUKIT OK TIIK IIONDKI) INUKIITKIIN Kss
OK Til K CITY l'nrKNTKI Jl I Mill M.M-r Klls.
The City Council met ut its hull ahortly
after eiifht o'cliK k last niyjit. ami, in the
ahsence of Mayor Winter, who wan nick,
City Clerk Phillis called it to order.
tm motion of Mr. Uittenhouse Mr.
Ilalliday was called uiKtn to preside.
Mesrs. Foley, Thistit-wisHl, WimhI, Wright,
Callahan. Uittenhouse and Patier were
The readinjr of the minutes of previous
nieetini.'s was dispensed with.
The report of the jailor showing the
nuniU-rof prisoners committed durinj,' the
month was read and ordered tiled.
A n-jsirt from Police, Magistrate llinl
showed that during the month of March
$2(W had It-en asses-d as tines. $10 of
which were paid.
The Comptroller's n iort was r.-nd and or
The t irj Tre-asurer's r'iort for April was
refernsl to the City Comptroller.
The Mine "ricer's annual report, an iil
stru t of which has Kt-n puhlisheil in Thk
Bvu.etis. w as read and referred to the Fi
nance (Vnnnitt(i ,
Tlie Finamv Cnimirte sul.mittisl a rejWirt
statinif that they had received from City
TreaMirt-r Parker $1.4U4 caiiee!lei m-n-
eral fund city orders and $s -.ij,"i cancelled
interest liearini: city onlers, w hich they had
desfroyol ly hurnin!.'.
The followinir petition ires;-nte,l hy Mr.
Uittenhouse was re i-l and tiled :
To the Hon. Council of the Citv of Cairo, in the
State of IllinoiK.
Your petitioners, the undersiifned lesfal
voters resident in said city. rvs(eetful!y
FiM. That said city has heretofore is
sued it niunit ipal li Is. which are hind
inir. sul'sistim; anil h i;:il obligations of sunl
city, and the same to an amount far in ex
ce of said city's present ability to pay,
remain outstanding and unpaid; all of
w hich s iid outstanding Imnd can. us ytnir
j.-tiTit 'tiers ln-lieTe. U- purchitsts! or retin-d
at aU,ut fifty cents on. the ihJlur, by the
issuance and a!e of new Uoda fit a much
les amount, and drawing a lower rite of
interest thuu said outst.uiding lsinds, under
and in pursuance of act entitled "An Act to
amend an act entitled, an act relating to
county and city debts "and to provide for
the payment then.sif by taxation in such
CoUlltiesandcities. approvisl February Villi.
H. and to amend the title thereof" ap
pr vtil and in force. April 27. 177.
S-Tond. That to the end afon-said, your
K.-titioners U-lieve that it is the wish of a
maiontv ot tlie legal vot -rs ot said citv
that the projs-r corporate authorities of said j
citv shall isue new Imnds under said act
and sell tin-auie to ruiv ninni-y.to pur-
base or retire all of sitidoutstanding Ismd.
which new lsmds shall consist of 140
Ismds, numlx-red 1 to 140 of the denomina
tion of $l.oo each: 2oo Imnds numU-red
141 to :!;io (,f the denomination of $5mi
each: 2oi) Uuds nuinU red :!41 to 4H of
the denomination of $1isi each, and 2')0
Uinds uumU risI .141 to 74o of the d--nou).
inatiun of $0 each, making a total of 74o
bonds of the aggregate amount of $'.'7o,0(M),
Is-ing alsuit 50 per cent of tlie .slim total
of said outstanding liond jirujiov-d to Im-r-tiris?.
All of said new Ismds to bear
date July 1. 17. and draw interest at tin
rate of six jK-rcent fcr annum, from date
until aid. I mth irincipal ami interest tu be
payable at the First National Bank of New
York, in th'.-t i'y and Stateof .-w York, in
senii-nnniial installments, on the 1t day of
of January and July of each year, after date
of said IsiniU. and running through a s-riisl
of 1! years, us follows, to-wit: Eight
equal seini-anmial installments of : kt
cent of th - face of said IkidiIs for and dur
ing the first four year, and W eijual semi
annual insfalhiu-ntsof 5 K-r cent of the face
of said Isinds for and during the next 15
years, und one final installment of the re
maining of principal and interest of tin
said bonds ut the end of said 111' j years;
each and all of said installments to Ik" cv!
ilenced by coiqions to be attached to said
Isuids and payable only iiHin pres'-ntatiun
and surrender of such coumiii: and said
Uinds to be also surp-nd'-ri-d and discharg
ed uion jwyinent of said ' cou
pons for final installment. the
priKeeds of sale of which said
two hundred nnd seventy thousand dollars
. .i . ... , . i . , ' - , . . .
ill the new Isilids tube exiiended under the
lirection of tl. pro.r crpimfe nutj.ori- ;
ties ot said city in the purcha- or refinng
of o n h and ull of outstanding bunds, mid
for no other purpose whatever.
Wherefore, your petitioner respectfully
pray that the honorable City Council nfuri'
said. will submit to the "legal Voters of
of said city, at a special election to be or
dered for sin-h purpose, the iictioli of
issuing Imiiil under said act in number and
iitnouiit and with interest, mid of the tenor
und etl'ect, and for the purMi.i! aforesaid, in
manner and form n aforesaid, and ns pro
vided in and by the act aforesaid, and as in
duty Imuuil your petitioner will ever
li. H. ( I N'MM; , M. M.J. HilWLKV,
F. KoltsMKYI.!!. W. P. HaI.I.IIIAV.
Ciia. Pink. I(h is IIkiiiikut.
H. II. ( amikk. (i. D. Wli.hmon.
P. W. IIaiii i av, Hkiimvn Mvkiis.
iMi. J. Until. Wm. Mi IIai.k
J. H. .Mkti.m.k, Iticn'i) Frr.iiKitLi.
Pah, i. Si in ii, .t.uin q. Haiiman,
The salnries of otlieiids for the month of
April were, on motion of Mr. Rittcnlmtisc,
A number of claim wen- then n-ad
which, under the rules, went to the Claims
Ignite a liiit -h of trillino husini s was
disposed of, not however, without tile ( .
pi-iii lit nt f a great deal of lung power.
Mr. Foley i-ivnted u litt'e zephyr of dis
ciission by the introduction, of a resolution
providing for the tiUiu ,,t- ,.,,,.t..,in streets
hi the Fourth W-inl. It wu Mnitlly dis
posed of by being referred to the Street
A number of other iitiimp-'itant i-esolu-tions
were inti'iuliu cd. when Mr. Lancaster.
who had nppenivd in hi sent, Introiluced
tin- following :
W'liKiiKA. Having thought cniisiil-ialilv
of the nei eessity of illllnu-, ,, specially,
th- lowest grounds ino.V'eonsuictioin In the
city; and iNlieving that It could be done at
such timet und ut hVuro that even not
withstanding the poverty of the city, rliiim
cially. it could well ulford to pay for suid
rilling, t,Vl'n ,l H'x I" "r "even (7) cents per
cubic yard, in us much us said lots when
s,i tilleil would Im- more than doubly en
Iiuieed in value nUive the expenses Incurred
in said lilling. The modus operandi con
templated for the performance of said till
ing of said low grounds, is to be nccomplish
c 1 lv placing ut some convenient wiint on
tin- Mississippi river or levee a large stenin
pump, something similar to that of the T.
F. Kckert' or Salvor's pumps, so urranged
us to connect with wutcr-sluiee-boxcs or
troughs leading' to parts requiring to Ik.
tilled. The machinery when in eriitioii
will deNisit the sand, mud and witter at
the iniMiied (siints ut the end of said
tr iiighs the s:ind and mud remaining, and
tin- water running out at the sewers. Hav
ing had conversation with practical engi
neers concerning the pronseil scheme, and
fully lielicvingin its feasbility; therefore
Resolved. That a committee f three U
apistintiHl to inquire into the practicabilily
and merits of the pnisseil plan for tilling up
the low grounds with jn the city of Cairo.
The resolution was adopted, and the
Chair apsiinted Messrs. Lancaster, Wright
nnd Thistlewood as the Committee provided
On motion of Mr. Wright, the Chairman
was added to the Committee.
Mr. Patii r -lu'lieved that no sitisfactory
arrangement could Ik- madeAvith the Cairo
and Vinceiines Railroad concerning the
railroad strip, and he. suggested the dis
charge of the committee from further con
sideration of the subject. It was done.
After the transaction of some miscellane
ous business, the Hoard adjourned.
Judge Raker has returned home.
Mr. C. R. Woodward left for Chicago
Judge Crawford, of I'nion. was among
Klnn-r Comings is t hinging clerk at
the New York Store.
Mr. F. D. Rexford. of Centr.ilia. was
visiting his old home yesterday.
Miss Kate Runiside, who has N-en
visiting her sister Mrs. J. I.. KeilVr, left for
her home at Indianopolis. yesterday morn
ing. Mrs. P. A. Taylor, after an absence of
three or f mr weeks in the country examin
ing applicants for teacher' certificates, has
Mr. T. G. Farris, editor of the Johnson
County Yeoman, and a candidate for repre
sentative of his district, was in the citv
yet-rday on biisine.s
Mavor Winter was. we regret to state.
taken ill vetenluv. a f.u t which account
f.r his Hbsencefrom the meeting o. f.,e City
Council last Ili'dlt.
Mr. McCaltc, ot Sliawneetown, and -
, . .. , i .. .i .
late tor ( h-rk ot the Supreme ( oiirt.Niuth
ern(iran-l Division, was in tin- citv lest
night. He feels greatly encouraged at hi
prospect for the Ifc-uwicrntic nomination.
fr. John Q. H innan returned to town
yesterday after a few days absence in the
Wabash country. He will U- tin-lirt clerk
of the Appelate Court of the Southern (irand
Division of Illinois. Jut mark that pre
To-day Mrs. Win-clock return to htr
home at Villa P.idge. Sin- will be accom
panied by her daughter, Mr. H. I ighton,
and Mrs. Dr. Man-an and children, who
will sH-nd a few days amid the strawberry
tii-lds of that vicinitv.
Kvkhv mother-in-law should recommend
Dr. IJuir Ruby Syruji for her grand-cjiild-eri)
and thus keep peace in the familv.
A Nkw Dki'auti hk. Th- attention of
the public is called to tie- fact tint Daniel
H irtinan has just received tie- largest and
and finest assortment of Pm-L-i.t Wuif..s ,.,,,r
I i.. .i- ... , f
linutglit to this citv. consisting ot oimhI i
trom the wcll-known- inanutacturer of J- j
eph Rodg-rs and (o-on-e Westcnhnlm. I
New York Knil'i: Coinpnnv. and tin- Cele-I
lir.-.tod Pocket-k'nit'.. lo.i.oil'ut r...l I... I
.,,. (.r(k .si,,,,,;,.,,,, km U) '
. " 1 "
me in-i i-iiuery in tue worm; tie- nrt ever
, , . . . . I
IlltriKliiceil into this city and tor sale onlv
by H irtman. A tlm- line of tin- celebrated
li'-ngall Uuzors. manufactured by Thomas
If. ('adman. Kveryone warranted. All the
I . , . .
nliove o,s jii-triinteeil to give satisfaction
ir money refunded: also, can be found
Ills stiif-L' u .,ru,. i.i.t., f .1... . I -
' is '.-.-"1 in,' in ii ll, l lll lllt' ;
gram- ot cutlery. I Sock bottom prices will
be given oil all the nliove gisids, ('nil und
examine ifyou wish to ,ee something lino
and good nt Daniel llartiuim's Crm ki-rv
Store. A very humls'iiu'- line of Fishing
Tackle on hand at low rates.
NOT I'KKMITTKIl To I'ASs Tllllorolf TIIK
MAILS AS SHI ii.MI CLASS ( MTKIIS,
The following letter, in restionse to un In !
. , 7,., i ,
ury by Mr. . I.. Wumn. of this citv. ,
from the post-otlie:- authorities at Wnshino.
ton, explains itself;
1'osT IIKKIi K Hhi,MlTMKT.
IU-kh k or tii k Kiiist A...rsr I'. M I. .
Wa.iiim,i. Ii. c. Mm- M, tsrs.
Silt! I II la in receipt of Vl.lir litter of
., .)s,, ..i, ., 1 , ,", 111 ,
I- ..Mil Ull., anil III relilv I have to sue
that, in the juilgment of tliis ienutmelit, I
"I he Ah line" is not u llewspapi r or period'.
cal publication having n known oltice of
t oili! ii-iif b ill vi itl, Iii ii,., i..! .. .i-.i .
... . ,. . ' """ "i'niiloo in Hie
1. 1.,, hum is noi, ineieioie, entltleil to Hi
through the mails as matterof the second
class; but i subject, under the provisions uf
H-clion l.'i, mt of July l' KM, (,, p,,t.
age at the rate of one cent for every two
ounces or fi.ictional part thei f,
.Iauls H. Mt'N.
Aeiing Pii-st Assistnnt P, M. (Jen.
'lo . I Winans, r,.i, Cairo. III.
Call and see that IVng:'ll Rn-tor at Hurt
lil'i'l's ciMi-ki-iy stiii-e.
'IIIK favorite Wisconsin Hummer Hsort. cotnlil
n I in; mum ml x .ml hiu! ullrji Hem Ihuii tan
lie ulali'il in mi uiherll-' nil-lit
rf!!-!!!! fur Desi-rlt.llve Cirru!ir ami terms, and
ee now mil in n um it win ri'nuirj fur your Mai
mer resi and eiijoyineiu.
D inlenl I'. 0 VIcniiln.
I''ahionablo J Jaibcr,
KiiiiiTU Stuket, (in Riser's Building)
MIM.OYS only HrstIaa workmen, and t-ndeav
4 or to ac -or-1 to a!l courteous treatment.
The Cairo Box and Basket Co.
Floorinir. Siding. Lath, Hte.
A; t;:e v.-rj- low,-t r i'es.
H.ivin? a Heavy Stock of Lojs on Hand.
W- :ire rr-p in-1 to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDKRS
Oa t!u' short -t r.oti .e.
V M'EC IAI.TY ntvleofHTKMBATI.l'MBEIt.
We ji -., m in uf m t i re Kli I ' IT IW . M AT K It I A I..
i r.u ker. CMd.v, Psekiinj (Oae. 11 -iiliiius.
ILLINOIS CKNTKAL U. U
4 PW Tllf
Shortest and (iiieket Route to
St. Kotiis and Chicago
TKAINs I.K.VVK I Allln T lo-. im : Ki-t v
! lir. -irrhiin! iu st. I.ieii. 7:V, ti m -. Mi i.m nm
. -i in ; 1 :! i. m : Iriiinieiii ami it.-. i.:.- Ki-l
I.ln -. arrivln.-In t lmi!-:i til -it S ir, -t. ni. : l.n'-.Uw!!
:, s. ,.; ,iiH ,,,;, i r, a y:i.,l. r,
! ,hi" ,rsi" arriv'-' a a'mt4' I'"1""
12 TO ;!l HOURS IN ADVANCK
Of any other route.
l.),tain. Kt-t Mill. l'h l'TH'ft aitn-'ieil. fur
'-I" vr. I.Ol lnnl llli ALU. .irrlwli,' inst.
Louis nt H:'n m : ( lilr.s u :if i,:n ; rn . roiiu,-, I
in it t i ri or Kiflii.'!i:i!u fur I lai-itituti. Ijeiisv l!le
Mel I N '1 1 II t ' f -.
FAST TIMK FAST.
W(.K1NV ,M' " tlimiii-h
I l .fi.V Hli.r , the Ktsl without SUV
ilet.-iv rinsed liy Sitnd iv lnt.-rv -niii.'. The Stinr
ilav rterniHin Irtlii Irorn Clro arrives In New York
Moml.iv muriiliii il lii:-?. llih'y -iii hours in el- i
v:in f ny oilier route. j
t" .il-rtt-,-iii,-iit of rump Una !lie- tint tte-v i
nmke ts-tter tine- thin this on- tr- I .-. either
through lnorsnie or i desire to mislead tie- puMl, -. I
Kor throu -h lii k-ts nnd Inlurmatloii ar.til - it I'll ;
nui Ci-ntrsl l( lilrosd iI-imiI. ( urn.
TIIAIN's AIMtlVK AT CAIItK:
Kttiress !:) p m.
X ill I m m.
4AM. .IMINSdV (i.-n i sut!ierit .K .
I. II.JONKS. Til'ketA.-elt.
(JAIIU) i VIXCKXNKS li. K.
'A MTT IcV THK MK'IMKsT Itnl'TK TO
17 M FI J' THK slKiltTKsT TO I.ofls.
lirrl vn.l.K. i in INNAIL I1AL-
J r ,NI(,AV
SIV TI('H'1J. SWI-'ll
Over .rain, of all other route, maklt... He- s
ras-l-llers 11V III lier roilies ill Pl!i;.e ronni-e-
llmis must ride all nilit. w-ililie.- from i to W
II.''h, "V.r-iVi'-'"r "f """ I
iiit tiliL' road.
llli.!ll;.iHliU :, m . ir-iin. r-aiiilii K -in. !
vllle. Iiidlniiipolls. Clneliiiiiitl ami Loiil-Mlle .mi- !
i"iv. i r iiiis n-aie aim arnie in i airo ,i-iiimiim s :
Mail I.-um-s I l.'i a in. j
.M-ill arrive lii.m p. in
'riiruiiL-li tli kets atid i-liei k. tu nil liniiiirciiii
II. I.. MrilfKtl.l..
Iiell'l I'liss. A.'elil. tielleral Sllp't.
L. II. ( lit In II. I'-i.sete.'i-r A'.-eiit.
(JAIKO iv: ST. LOUIS U. II,
Shortest Line t( St. LniiM
'P'lK triilns In- tills ro-nl i m et nt St. Louis anil
1 Ka.t St. I I. " lilt ull other lines to the K.T,
NoliTll AMisol Til.
I 'I'lliif Hi-IioiIiiU'!
I Tliroie express leaves Cairo :l' II. til.
TliroilL'ii enre.s inrhes nt Kn-I St. Louis :r:i ii.in,
Miirihvslioro tii eoiiiiiioiliilloti leates l alro vf:'.n p.m.
Mini, 1, 1. 1, inn aee. II rr ves III M undo shorn UllOli.ln,
TUroilL'h expi-e-s leiiv'-s Kii-I SI. I.oiil-... s:tr, am,
Throiiv-li express tirrlve. lit Cnlro TiV, pill.
l, in. I,,.l.,iri, i.ee. leases Mlirllhlsliilto . II in.
.'iurpliyslior -i-. arrives at Cnln 1-1:1 ." p.m.
l III,' TliF Cairo nnd M, Louis
u l,M li l m'u linllio:nl I- tin- only ALL
HAIL IIOI'TK lielweeii Culm nnd St, Loul under
,, eelilelll: llli-l-el'ore Ihere lire no llelm . Ml
uav stiiiloiis aiiiiltlti i iuiiieetlons from other Hue..
"' l'iisseiiunrs Kuin-.' North. Noitheast nml e.
shotllil nut luiy 1 lull- tlrket liulll Ihey Inive exniii
hied mtr rale, nnd roiit".
I.. M.,irillNsiN,(i,.,.,-i M:itmu r.
II. .1. I-'INK. (ieiteiul Am-iit. Culm. Ill,
ST. L., I. M.fc SOUTIIKIIX.
Kxpress e:ii"s ( -ilrii dally jomiti.fi,
l-.-.pr-sst:iri-:-,-ti i -i:-o dai'y Jiwi ri.
DIIV (iOOI)S, CTC
Popular New Dry-fiooils House!
(JHAS. R. STUART,
i Formerly ef Stuart i (thoUuii),
EKjHTII STRF.F.T, hi t. Wiisliinton and
SrcCKssKCl. Iimimurutlon of a new em In tins
ilrv-L'iHMls trrwle of mini. (mhmIk t Low I'rlres
huh the rule. Turn the ImnkI over rapidly to ttm
l'eoie Slid iet Xew hnle. No old iiil ulliiHeii
III lie- leiiise. ll:iliiL'rlo-ei out neurit nil theiHMlH
uilh wlilrli I opeueif ltillln--. ma now ready witii
:t ii eiitlr- now tiM-k of summer OoimIs. Iioiihi nt n
r"iiii tliiii of in to ) per i-eet from prices of thirty
Xot ii Dollar's: Worth of Old (iisuls in
Kli-jmt Line Summer Press fiorsln, from Si-upward,
rljll Ilil SIim W W hile lre tiooda. Si- Up:iril.
oeltte In Kins. ':irssnls. Sun l inlirellns. dr-
et. Ties, (i'pl,lill. l,iie. !.. at prices t!iut
f annul l,- diiiilli uted else h-n-.
LoilieV sail Children's Fine shin s, mnniirtrlnp.fi ex
prelv for my trmle snd warmnted not tu r!p. I
will reptir im'v slio- that will rip wlflilu ftidays
Real the Follow iiiir Lit of BaryaiiiK
That hiM- Heen n. ureil to the people of Ctilro ti
tue Conner--. Knt.-rprlse sml im or this
1'opular and l'rin:reive Dry.
i ( -ikes Toilet Soup. ,(!..
I. idle' Hose, onlv ."i i l;
-lit-- it Iiu.e5 i't;
(..ml Towel. S rt;
1-Jiio Aifste IliiUons. S et;
(..k.iI ItoiiinI I (Hull. , i-l.;
toinil Knltiltii: l 'ottoii. per hi!!. S c;..;
(.ihkI CullnretK. 1 fur 5 it;
toMi'l Needles. Xrts;
1J heei Writlii.- I'per. .-lets.
Indies' II, mine. H-imlkeri hl -f. 5 rtn :
L.ll-'' Colored Border II nnlkeruh'efs,
1 il.i. V- strings. Sets:
4 llo-ik Corset stee',., 5 i t-:
t nils' S;hmiI Cotton. rct;
.1 I.ed I'l-Di lls. J,.-t;
I.Sliles' ( ,l! irs, S els;
2 ip -rs I'in. s 1 1
1 'iiim h Kinelupi-s. "ii ts;
t p ip- rs llnir l'h:. 5 ct.
ieiits" nil Linen Collar, lilcls;
Kle.'HIlt styles Blllirelle lire- i . s tolli t;
tiiMiil article W hite l'lille. S to Hu ts;
Ladles' and tient' Kam v stripe.l l..-s. (j!i.-;
Kli-iratit l.lm-n T'iwi-Is. S to lit it;
li.-st iiii..-hanis. to , t;
ohiiI Yii-torit Lawn. Wrt.
(Kid H.-iI Tlrklh.'. Mils.
Uu W rilinu Taper mid Knvi-lopes. 1 rts;
,im1 Artii le Linen t n-u. Saud liids;
(,o.h1 ( hi-lnis. pi el-;
An Kleeant Line of l)res Buttons, c?;
1 ;. ard i,o1 I ollarett-, lo i ts:
1 puHtood S'isM.nlers. Mct:
Kinhroldered l.lii- u ollar-. and 1 W.f,
Kxira Klne Kau I iiain. Satel locts.
Kle-.-mt New Stile lrv- losid-. s to Pi i'.;
-iii- all Linen' II aielk' n ill I-. li , to !.,,:
Kiejant Ilres Hutions. n, w sna-l. s, hi In i is;
4,o.h1 I'ar.isol fur l.'ii ls;
I in, Kin-- W rtiin.- I'jpi-rand Km -'ut- . l'i - ;
Kleevit Line tailie' and t hlidren II' . In In
l.'i i t-:
Kleeant Line Kan, li' and I'm is.
Kl. -.'ilit Line Ladles' Tl-.. worth tut-, at r.
t.eiiis- hull Ils-if-i I ir or llriil-,1 lli,.-. -Ji tu i'n t-;
I. idles' lle.'tilaror Hrltlsli Hu-. J and 1 : ;
I, oui C,,r-et. i cts;
item's I iid- rshln. i-n-ts:
KI.-K-iut silk II milker, hlel'. -f, i t:
IkmhI III h k Alpai a. aiel i'.
Il-st hue lir. -p iohhIs In l'i- i Itv. to r i :
II Ihd-iillle line Ladles' ( u i llu.e. HI tu ii I t"J
I set l.itii-ti ( olbrs and I lifts, J' to v.) cts.
t.'-nuliK- Kid I. ho--, worih 1 TV fur !.i"';
All Kit".' lilt Line Or Itoods. tu l Is:
II lani- suit Klulsli, yard wide. Jlleai h t utt
iit! ill Linen Ta'-li- Cloth. V it:
Kli-.-int .1 ipmi s.. .il(, wurOi 1 1, fur 'm it;
II. -. i siinituer silk. Tu-t;
Iron Krime ,r,-ii adlnes, worth and 'ii c's. for
Vi nnd Hit.:
Kle-.-ant Toilet ouilt. T", 1 1
l'i i inl
lilileai h. d. ird wide. Cot!
jn til..,-.-. Ham nil r- KiL'ins. : to M it.;
II nulsuin-si line W lilte Trimmltu-s In the City,
t to I". i t.:
II yards l. -nv Drown Cotton. $1 ,'i.
Linen Tahle liaina-k. i t;
.,k Turk-v lii-l TaM.i l.lm-n. Wirt.-,
si'iaker Citv W hit.- shirt.. 1 1. to )!
C I'F.NI) vo ir mun v wh.-re It will do yo-i t'i - riK t
i !i md, and von will lie imr.- to spend 't m
sri Aid' s WIliK AW AKK AMI I'lil'U.AI! Di'.Y
Oims Hoi SK. Hun t fora-t the I'laie.
C. II. STUAUT.
Kluhth Street, lietwei-n WashltiL'tou and ( otnmeri ial
The laiirest wholesale nnd retail Dry
(oMiilsHiul Clothing House iii this City;
life leceiviliif new (iiaals daily und nic
"H"''''"-? k'l'eat hai giiins in tlie most liand-
lii"'" of c.UM'KTS, OIL CI.OTHs
tllld MATTlNliS J Silks, ( 'll ll UK t''.i. Roll"
t'l't tl'S, 11 till II irrcilt IIIIIIIV Otlll'MlfW
styles of Dn-ss (iihhN. Fans, F.tc.; in
fact in every depiit'tiiietit of their luti
liess, flii-y fopliiilly invite the pllhlie,
to cull mill see their stock.
SALOON. AM UK.STA1' KAN "IN.
Saloon and I IVstaurant-
tub io:t or
WINKS. M(iU(RS AND CP1ARS
Ciiil,itilly im IiiiiiiI; also ha i-niistantly on hand it
lurp- supply id
FRt'ITS. I,KMOXS,DUAX(iKS, AITI.F.S,
AT W'llOI.KsAl.f, AI0 IIKTAII.,
At tlie Old Petit leu Hotel. (Ill Ohio bm-e.
HOOT AMiMloK JIAKKIW.
HOOT AXU SIIOK MAKKR
Colnlllei'llal Avelille, hi t, I
MMll Mini SmwjiIIi s, I
r A M-.s pleiKMi-e In iiiiiioiiin'liiuii h pnii-i,iiis mid
I Hie plllille enenilly I lei I he Im- reieiilll reeeU.il
the lliie.l nnd must I ..i I .lurk of Lenltier- of eery
jlesei-lpll -er liioiiLihi lo till citv. All work la
Ills line evened pnnuitl und In tlie hel lii iine r.
Kullre sail. f u , ,n ulieu In even-iiislmiee, I'rlees
reiison-i'ile A l ui-dl il lMill-iilun'eeiiiei. In nil lo.
t'.-.e ii'ul ex: inltii- ihi.i!. ir.ul lenni r'.i-e.