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FKOFESSIOXAL U'.VRDS-rHTSICI VS.
J II. BRYANT,, M. D. 7
OFFICE. Eighth nud WwbiiiKtou Avenue.
RESIDENCE:-Corner Nineteenth acu Wiwh-
T II. MAHEAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physiciau and Surgeon-
Office 1 Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth bt. and Wellington avenue, Cairo.
R. SMITH, M. D.
(Wee nnil Rilitiu' :
SO. -SI THIRTEENTH STREET, CAIRO, ILL.
R. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Owes No. iHfi Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth aud Ninth StreeU
JR. W. C. JOCELYN,
FKICE-Elahth Street, pear Commercial Avenue.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: -With t!u Widows' and Oorphans' Mu
tual Aid tioi ii ty.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
A t torneys-a t-La w.
OKFICB No. 11.1 Commercial Avenue.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL TAl'ER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY.
Only Mornins Daily in Southern Illinois.
SIGNAL OfFIOR, I
Cairo, 111., July S. IbTSJ. (
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1 W. H. RAY.
fSerfi'l Slftial Cortii, V. H. A.
William Ai.ba will open his new Barber
Shop in a few days. New, clean, airy ami
commodious. His prices will be put down
to suit tho times. Shaving 10 cents; Hair
cut 25 cents; Shampooing 25 cents; Hair
anil Whiskers dyeing in proportion. He in
vites all his old customers to call on htm in
his new quarters, and new friends and the
public generally, will find good workmen
and satisfactory work.
ICK, ICK WlIOLESAI.K AND RKTAIL in
large or small quantities. Wagons will
run daily to all parts of the city, delivering
pure Lake Ice in such quantities as cus
tomers may desire. Leave orders at my
residence on Seventeenth near Commercial;
:it Sargoants, on Eighth street, or address
uie through the ixmt-onTec;
- . F. M. Ward.
A Rkhulah Hack leaves the St. Charles
Hotel daily, at H a. m., and 1 and 0 p. m.,
for tho Court House, running up Levee to
bixth 8tret; Hixth street to Commercial
avenue; Commercial to Twentieth street;
up Twentieth to Court House. Returning
lowu Washington avenue to Eighth; out
Eighth to Ohio levee, and dowu the Levee
to St. Charles Hotel. fare eacli way, or
part of the way, 5 cents.
Fisjiimi TACKf.K, Roiw, bait, etc., win
doth for screens, ice cream freezers, etc.,
at bottom prices; also Stoves, Tinware, and
llanlware of all descriptions. Dog collars,
Refrigerators, Revolvers, Razors, pocket
Knives, silver plated knives, forks and
poous, lamps and larup fixtures and a
' thousand of other articles at C. W. Hen
lersons, Commercial avenue, corner
ATTENTION EVERYBODY ! !
Prices for everything aro down, and to
Im up with tho times, the undersigned has
established tho following prices at his shop
' )0 ami after this date:
S HAVING 10c.
Hatk Cittino 25c.
, Shamhooino .....25c.
By placing hU prices at a figure propor
tionate to tho decline in other fields of
labor, he hopes to continue receiving the
patronage of his old customers and many
new ones, and assures one and all that his
. work will be done in a prompt and effi
cient ui miner.
Shop No. 58 Ohio levee, 2 doors above
the Planter's House, Ixitween Fourth and
.Hixth street. Oeo. Wise.
NoTir.fc-()u and after July 1st, the prices
at my shop will be reduced to tho following
ilgures: Shaving, 10 cents; hair cutting,
25 . cents; shampooing, 25 cents.
J lair and whisker dying In proportion.
.'. Grateful to my old customers for their
lMt favors, I ask a continuance of the
, ' mars, assuring them at well as others who
may wish to call,, that all work will be
' Jontfia flnt'claMKtyle and workmanlike
V' Shop on Eighth street, west of Alexan
der County Bank. J. Geo. 8TKwnocK
Deputy warden Ham Irvin was in tho
Tho Reform club excursion committee
reports the sale of 492 tickets.
A' fourth of July boy was born unto
Dan Prater, tm d he's proud of Ida, cf
The Sheriff sold the delinquent lots in
block 41, yesterday. Ho is making a clean
The contract for the building of the
Suup-Rosc house was let to Mr. Russell,
his bid being the lowest.
Our Pulaski correspondent's budget of
items is thankfully received, aud will be
published Tuesday morning.
Presiding Elder Cline is in the city,
and will preach this morning and evening
from the pulpit of the Methodist church.
Dr. Marean has removed his office to
the frout room above Mr. A. Black's shoe
store a door or two above his old location.
Dr. Huggins' African automaton took a
walk over the table at The Bulletin' offico
yesterday, under charge of the Doctor. It
is a great curiosity.
Smith & Bro's make it a point to keep
all kinds of fresh vegetables. Anything in
the lino of family supplies can always bo
had at their establishment.
Assessor Alden has completed his foot
ings of his assessment for 1S79. The per
gonal property of Cairo, including $81,000
bank stock, is valued at $405,294. Details
will be given in our next paper.
-A complete stock of harness constitutes
a feature of Smith & Bro's variety store
Ask for anything you want. Because you
don't happen to see it is no sign that they
don't keep it.
Smith & Bro's received in store, yes
terday, 2,500 lbs. of those celebrated Mis
souri brand of hams, so popular with all
who have tried them. They will be sold to
customers in any Quantity, fnm a single
slice to a full ton.
The Jockey club seems inclined to
make good all the promises made to the
public. The programme cut short Friday,
will be carried out Monday evening. The
fireworks will be let off, and the entertain
ment will conclude with a bal champetre,
Tho Lord's supper will be celebrated
in the Presbyterian church this morning
It will be accompanied with the public re
ception of members into the communion of
the church. The morning services begin
promptly at 11 o'clock, the evening ser
vices at 8.
$.'100 deposited with Alex. Frothing-
ham & Co., brokers. 12 Wall street, New
York, as margin on one hundred shares St
Paul R. R. stock realized fl.fiOO for the
operator a few weeks afterwards. Their
Weekly Financial Report is sent free
Wilson and Axley's new billiard hall,
in Vincent's new building, drew quite a
crowd of citizens yesterday evening. The
splendid tables are in place, and in a short
time now the firm will bo in a condition to
ask the public to drop in and inspect tho
The excessive heat of the day prevented
as large an . attendance at Cunningham's
grove, as was expected; but those who did
attend express themselves well pleased with
their share of the entertainment. Quito a
number of Mound Cityites put in an appear
ance, and took an active part in the festivi
ties. If Tub Bulletin were not given to
consistent tcetotalism, we should not speak
of sickness among the employes ou the day
after the 4th of July. One of our men,
caught in the storm, Friday, had a heavy
shake Saturday. Another is suffering from
an attack ot flux; and the absence of both
of them from duty tells upon the matter of
-Mrs 1. l . cuniiin, the defendant in
the divorce suit of fundi ff vs. Cuudiff
writes us from Paducah that in the depo
sitions taken in Cairo thero was no testi
mouy to the effect that she was seen in a
house of ill-repute in this city. To the
many citizens ot Cairo who willingly testi
fled to her good character, Mrs. C. returns
an acknowledgement ot many and heartfelt
Another very encouraging letter has
been received by Mr. Sproat from his silver
mine, reiterating the promise of speedy re
muneration for his outlay of money, energy
and time. Experienced experts state that
it is sure to turn out richness superior to
anything yet discovered. Machinery wil
ba put in immediately tor smelting, &c.
which will send the stock up to a handsome
A great want, in the park, especially
on occasious that bring out all classes o!
people, la a biuldiog to which women, with
children, may rotiro when occasion demands
it. When the Delta Fire company -called
the people together there in 1872, tho man
agen were thoughtful enough to provide
such a room a care for the convenience of
mothers and nurses, with children, that was
duly appreciated and generally commenked
With easy access to an abundance ol
beer, the sobriety of the park crowd, on
the 4th, waa something rather remarkable
We didn't lee over a half dozen men who
had lost control of their natural senses,
and only two of theso were citizens of
Cairo. There was undoubtedly a great deal
of boor drank; but as there was no free ico
water on the ground, most of the beer was
takon to allay thirst, Ono man grew bollig
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
crent, during tho afternoon, but the peace
makers were m numerous that he was com
pelled to restrain himself. Aside from tl.is
we saw no exhibitions of ill-temper on tlifl
About 10 o'clock on the night of the
4th, while a freight train was on the Iron
Mountain incline, the link that held four
of the cars to tho train, gave way, and tho
tour cars, thus detached, rushed down tho
incline, across the transfer steamer Morgan,
and striking the strong bumper, toro it
away and came to a halt. The damage in
flicted was not serious, as all the cars re
mained ia place on the boat.
One McKiugsly was brought before
Squire Comings, yesterday, to answer a
charge ot drunkenness. It proved to be a
very modest drunk a patriotic excess,
partially provoked by the noise of explos
ives and the display of bunting on the 4th
-and hence the light fine of only ono
dollar and the customary incidentals. The
payment of the penalty being secured, Mr.
McKingsly returned to the pursuit of his
About 9 oclock Friday night, while
Sid Taylor, of Kentucky, was sitting in
front of a Levee business house, two clever
strangers beguiled him into a walk up the
Levee. The clever men proved to be
thieves, for they had not proceeded far un
til they were in possession of Taylor's
money something over a hundred dollars,
and his watch end chain, worth probably
$75 more. It is ouite likely that Sid had
been "flooding his lower level."
Several ladies and gentlemen from
Cairo were In attendance at the picnic and
dunce given by Dr. Wardncr to the in
mates of the asylum, on the 4th. One of
the rules was that no one should decline
any lunatic's invitation to dance. One of
our Cairo misses was in decided request
among the poor fellows, but she bravely re
sponded. The affair passed off very pleas
antly, it is snid, the inmates demeaning
themselves in an unexceptionable manner
That sarcastic man of the Sun, who
witheringly denominates us ''Mister liar-
rell," reproduces a Chicago Tribune tele
gram to prove beyond cavil that Mr. Oberly
has connected himself with tho Springfield
Register. While such an arrangement may
be one of the consummations of the early
future, the Register of the 4th denies that
it has already been consummated closing
with tho remark that "whatever may be the
changes of the future, the Register will
always be found with money enough to
pay its debts; brains enough to conceive
the truth and courage enough to express
In the Eckcrt crowd, on the 4th, was
a congressman, who probably availed him
self of excursion rates to reach home.
Having partaken somewhat f the liquid
excitant so accessable in Cairo, he fell
asleep before the boat had been under way
a half hour. It was now thought that lie
was disposed of for the balance of the tnp;
ut subsequent developments enforced a
ifferent conclusion. Waking from his
slumber he hurried to Phil Saup's provis
ion stand, and seizing the coffee pot com
menced emptying its contents into the
river.and would have s.int the boiler after the
contents, had he not been prevented.
Foiled in this, however, he seized the hot
furnace upon which the coffee lind been
heated, and tried to tumble that into the
river, llis purpose being again foiled, he
desisted from further acts of foolishness.
The fellow was not angered, nor was he
noisy. He declared that he was awakened
by a voice commanding him to "go ut once
and tumble them coffee traps overboard.
He had tried to obey the voice, and if he'd
damaged anything, he'd pay tor it." Ex-
libiting a spirit of this kind, the matter
wus amicably adjusted, and during the
balance ot the trip the fellow was on his
-A Mr. Geo. A. Shaw m furnishing the
New Haven, Connecticut Register a budget
of railroad reminiscences, draws quite
heavily, wo are disposed to think, on his
imagination. He says among other things,
"when we were building the Illinois Ccn
tral road between Cairo and Jonesooro, we
had one hundred and fifty men. The
Egyptians refused to sell us anything on
any terms. Wo got out of provisions. The
cholera struck us, and we would have
starved if we hadn't raided the country and
got a lot of bacon. We told them they con!
get their pay; or not, just as
they pleased about it." If Mr. Shaw's men
raided tho country, it was because they
choso to adopt that method for gathering
edibles. The people of the country had
no other market than that created by tho
demands of tho road, and trustworthy con
tractors could always secure, even on credit,
anything tho natives had for sale. Every
house along tho lino received boarders, and
gave substantial food at prices
.varying from $1.50 to $2,r,o per
week. And there never wa
a timo when Mr. Shaw might not have dis
patched a wagon to Cairo or Jonesboro,and
thus, within twenty-four hours, have pro
cured all tho provisions needed. This being
true, Mr. Shaw's raid upon the natives was
wholly uncalled for, unless the purposo
was to rob and plunder. And Mr, shaw
has other wonderful talcs for the ear of the
Register man: "Why," says hc, "they
talk about long runs hero. I used
to tako tho train out of Chicago,
at 8 o'clock Sunday night, nnd run down
to Contrail, 24) miles, ami got erQ
, 11 :3Q Monday morning. In tho is,t of
SUNDAY MOKMjSli. JULY C, lb79.
the present, Mr. Shaw's 240 mile iu fifteen
and a half hours, is a slow pace for a heavy
freight train, only 10 miles ttn il0ur jir,
Shaw made tho run from Chicago to Cen
tralia 240 miles, in the timo now consumed
in tho run from Chicago to Cairo, 8C5
miles, and cone of us are disposed to re
gard tho latter achievement as anything
Thcstenmcr Eckcrt with the respecta
ble crowd that joined the Temperance Re
form club in the celebratiou of tho 4th,
left the wharf shortly uficr I) o'clock, ami
repaired to the foot of the Grand chain,
where the crowd went ashore, scattered in
the woods and amused themselves, im in
clination or surroundings suggested. Phil
Saup famished the refreshments, providing
abundantly for the varied wnuts of his cus
tomers, whether the demand ran in the lino
of ices and flic confections, or tho more
sensible and substantial line of sandwiches
and hot coffee. When the storm came on
the crowd repaired to tho
boat, nud started for Cairo,
having spent five or six hours in the woods,
pleasantly, and to the apparent satisfaction
of everybody. Tho Eckert readied Cairo
on' the return, at 6 o'clock, and
hbout 0 o'clock, with a goodly
number ou board, started out on the moon
light excursiou. Lee Boicourt's fine string
baud was ou board, aud discoursed music
during the en 'ro evening. The younger
element of the party, with now and then
an elderly gentleman (who paid for his in
discretion in stiff joints and nore muscles,
the next day) spent the evening ury pleas
antly in "whirling away in the mazy." At
12 o'clock the boat returned to Cairo,cmptied
her well satisfied excursionists on the
whart-boat, and thus ended the Reform
club's observance of the nation's 103d an
ST. MARY'S PARK.
A I.AHOK CROWD A FULL ACCOUNT OK THE
As the grand feature of the 4tli of July
celebration in the city of Cairo, was the
racing in St. Mary's park, under the man
agement of the Cairo Jockey club, our
readers will expect as a matter of course, a
full account of the several contests, in de
tail. From one o'clock in the afternoon until
half-past two, there was a continuous
stream of humanity pouring into the park,
from the city, the great majority arriving
in hacks, but hundreds coming in on foot
aud in private conveyances.
At two o'clock as many as three thousaud
men, women and children had assembled
in the park; hundreds of thmn were gath
ered around the large dancing pavillion,
and other hundreds lining the counters of
the refreshment stands, buying cool drinks
as fast as the salesmen could supply them.
There were two or three barrels of water
on the grounds, but being of the tempera
ture of the river water, which it really was,
a taste of it only set one's thirst ablaze f.r
the cooler drinks that were sold at the
The sale of pools commenced shortly
after two o'clock; but the Cairo horse, Har
lem, being the universal favorite, the bid-
ling was not spirited. At half-past two
the bell rang for the riders to mount for
the mile dash, all ages; bu it was nearly
or quite three o'clock before the bell was
obeyed. Mr. Bodkins, of Ky., Mr. ('lark,
of Mo., and Mr. Leik, of Cairo,
were selected as judges, and
from the drum tap, until the last race had
beea run, occupied their places m the ele
vated stand, a conspicuous mark for the
sun, that gave out a heat that was almost
unbearable. Finally, after much drum
beating, the colors were distributed, and
tho horses for the first race were put in posi
tion for a start. Harlem, entered by M.
O'Donnell, colors, blue cap ami red sash;
BobTharpe, entered byJ.Kcenc, colors,
yellow and red; and Jim Butler, ent -red by
Bill Elliott, with green and red colors, con
stituted till the entries for the mile dash,
and purse of sJ.IO with entrance fees added.
Getting well in line, the horses made an
excellent start, and, for a time, kept well
together; but beforo the first quarter was
passed Harlem showed his superior speed
He gained the lead, Thnrpu being second
and Butler, third, and in this relation to
each other the race wastinished. 'Near the out
come Tharpe made a tremendous spurt, and
closed up so rapidly on Harlem, whoso ri
der seemed over confident, that many per
sons, who couldn't see tho outcome, sup
posed that Tharpo had won the race. But
Dave seemed to know what he was about,
and came in winner, as hn said hu would
beforo tho race was run . Butler exhibited
splendid speed for about 400 yards, and
Tharpo is quite a fleet footed animal, but
at no time did Harlem seem to bo put to
his best. At the conclusion of this race it
was given out that the judges had not tap
ded the start, and that, therefore, the raco
should be run over again. The owners of
the contesting animals agreed, however,
that tho start was a fair ono, and that Har
lem having won, should bo accorded the
In the second race for trottiug animals,
milo heats, best two in three, for a purso of
$25, Robert Smyth entered Harry, aud P.
O. Cuhl entered Ruby Jackson. In the first
heat Jackson broke so badly that he was
completely distanced. In the second heat
he again broke badly, and was easily
beaten. Harry kept down to his work
very faithfully, but at no time was it nec
essary to push him.
At tho conclusion of this raco Captain
Halliday put his heavy enrriago horse three
times around tho ring ia a stylo that ere
atcd very decided enthusiasm. He is a
The third race was for Cairo work horses,
half milo dash. 'Louis Kuehlcr entered
Silver Tall; Dave Murdock entered Glen
coo; G. A. Snooki entered "Go.
Come-aud Fetch-it," and B. FThi8tlewood
entered Quickstep. At the second turn in
the track tho two last named animals flew
out of tho course, nnd were distanced.
Silver Tail and Glencoe kept on in fmo
style, the latter a couplo of lengths In the
lead, until the homo stretch was reached,
when Silver Tail closed up n Glencore so
rapid !y that many believe he would have
won the race, but for the circumstance
of running against a mule, which
had broken its fastcuhigs aud
wandered directly into the race track. The
concussion was tremendous; Silver tail was
thrown from his feet, and fell quite heavily
upon his rider, a little Sullivan boy, in
juring the lad quite seriously. The start
being fair, and Glencoe coming in ahead,
the judges could do nothingelsc, of couise,
than to award him the race, which they
The last, aud only really exciting race
of the day was the half milt: dash for all
ages, in which O'Donnell's Harlem, J. C.
Smith's Coligon, and H. ('. Long's Thomp
son Dean, were the contestants. After a
dozen false starts the trio got under
way, Thompson Dean in the lead and Har
lem nd Coligon abreast. Just beyond the
first turn Harlem gained the h ad, and be
yond the second turn, Coligon took tho
place of second. And in this relation the
animals remained, slightly varying the (lis
tances, to the close. It was, indeed, a mug
nificent race, Harlem finding that he Im
to do better work to maintain bis lead
than was required of him
in the first race. But 1
was equal to the emergency, and came in
two or three lengths ahead of Coligon, who
was perhaps a length or more ahead of
Thompson Dean. The animals wire not
timed by the judges, but a gentleman who
did time thenr informed us that the
half mile was made in 5.'1 seconds, which,
under the circumstances (the track being
uneven and wet) was a n markable cxhib
tiou of speed.
As there were only to entries for the
mule race.it was not run; aud tho races
were announced as closjil. A tremendous
rainfall now set in, driving everybody to
shelter; and, as the rain became persistent,
by six o'clock the greater portion of the
immense crowd hurried away by all svai
file means, to the city. Hut for this unto
ward happening the club would have car
ned cut its programme to the letter. Not
being able, however, to control the ele
ments, tho day's entertainment was neocsif:
rily concluded with the conclusion of the
, For ui:i!iy of the facts given above we
are indebted to the courtesy of Charley
Mason, the obliging secretary of thu Cairo
PUBLIC SCHOOL FXPEXDITIRKS.
DIKECTOR'S kWOKT OK iXCKMUTCIlES KOR
l'CIILU: SHOW. ITKl'OSfS, FOR VEAR KNO
ino.jcsk liOnr, 1S79.
For publishing yemly reports
Glazing and painting
Cleaning and scrubbing rooms . .
Whitewashing llth stri't school.
Soap, brushes, buckets, r.K.tthcs
ar.d bro.ims '
Bluestonc, Crayon, ink and paper
Schedules and order books 10 10
Stove X lish
Slating I hekboards 1 3 00
Hauling simd and manure
Rephiring pumps and lightning-
H; - . . . .
Repairs in and about schixd-
houses 140 43
rutting t;p stoves uiid repairing
water pipes 6 00
Crash, rugs itnd'niatting 15 (JO
Clmirs and tables 2! 50
hlevator, curb, casting and chain
Zincs, jars and coppers
Work on telegraph lines and in
struments M 75
Work on batteries 29 00
, Coal and kindling-wood 173 50
Step-ladder 0 00
49 desks U 00
Sweeping chimneys 12 00
ork on instruments and repair
ing desks 30 40
4 corner cases for astronomical in
struments 42 85
Hauling chairs to and from High
School 1 20
Notice of examination (S CO
Four astronomical instruments. . . 100 00
iTogrammes and certificates of
promotion 16 00
Building sidewalk and repairing
fence on Thirteenth street
school ; 79 75
Teachers' salaries 7830 08
Janitor's salary, including washing
of towels 620 40
Clerk's salary 100 00
Total $9646 74
Secretary of Board of Education.
WIRE SCREEN'S, FURNITURE, ETC.
Furniture manufactured and all kinds of
repairing done, at my shop on Commercial
avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets; also all kinds of cabinet making to
order. Mattresses '.nanufacturod to order
and kept on sale. Ronairinff and uphol-
stering done on short notice. I have a
good Hiinnlv of walnut moulding and wire
cloth for scrcens.to ho mado up In tho latest
and best stylo. Prices very low.
Frank Schobmbs. ,
"DEW DROP IN"
And satisfy yourselves that tho only
ly first-class barber shop in Southern Illi
nois, is next door to Korsmeyer's cigar (
store on Oth street, near the Levee. It is '
there whore you will find elegant aud com
fortable furnishings, and skilled and court
eous workmen who confessedly staud ut tho
very head ol their profession. To-morrow
(Monday) morning tho prices will bo re
duced, m follows:
Sh aviso 10c.
And all other work proportionately low.
Dr. Mar kan, homeopathic physician, has 1
removed his office to the dental rooms over 1
A. Black's shoo store, No. 140 Commercial
avenue, four doors above his old office. His
office hours are 8 to 10 a. m., ami 1 to 4
p. in. and 7 to 8 in the evening.
Mus. Williamson notifies the public that
she pays no bills of Mr. Williamson's mak
ing, and she requests her customers not to
settle their bills with him, but come to her
Mrs. L. Williamson.
LIST OK AKVEUTISKt) I.KTTKHH RI.MAIXIXO IX
THE CAIRO J-O.ST OKFK K JULY 5, 1S7H.
Birdsong, Miss; Brown, Lulu
Miss; Baer, Mrs.; Blattaw, Leo
ucy; Carroll, Joanna; Gilbreth, t
Raehral; Hooker, Louie Miss; Kaiu, Kuti
Miss; Manning, Nellie Miss; McAllister,
Sarah Mrs.; Payn, Fannie Miss; Powers,
Mrs., 10th st., mxt house to
Dr. Arter's; Whitakcr, Mattie Mrs.;
Brown, Ben (col.); Bankers, A.; Briinit, ,j
A. J,; Bullet, Jas.; Brnnham,' Monk; Bed-
ford, Rob't; Brown, Rob't; B.u.ks, Win.;
Cummings, C. J.; Cniil, Jno. K.; Clark, T.
P.; Chewning, T. J.: DimDorc, Aaron;
Dosson, Halcomb; Grundy, J.no.; Gaumr,
J. F.; Guthry, Rob't, Foiii.tian, Wil
lis; Hofhring, J.; Ib.'imesser, Jno.;
Hill, (). P.; " Morten, Manuel; M..ore,
Ja-s.; May, G. W.; Muu, John
Pearce, Joe E; Perkins, Marshall; Reas,
George; Reas, G. II.; Riddlemayer, Jno J
Robinson, W. H.; Scott, Willis; Talley,
Andrew; Tanning, Hei.rich; L'lr.ian, Thos.
.1.(7); Vockel, Jno. (.'.; Van Dons, W. P.;
Warden, Jno.; Walden, Jno.; Williams, 1
Lewis; Wnitney, Then.; Woodward, H. S.;
Please say advertised when calling for
Tkn Cents Worth. If you want a ut:-.t
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 25 cents, or anything else in
the toii.iorial line, remember the place to
go b is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
I1LGOY AND HARNESS
For ale. inp!c ct of hnrt.ti and a m arly nvw
cide bar open pnf&y. Apply at the Hull, tin crfcre.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE 3321 STATES.
On aiidnftir Monday. .Im.c K tin- liont will make
the MU.V. iiltf tripi:
l.tAVBS LEAVE LEAVE
Foot Friirth ft. MitM'tiri LatdV Kentucky Ld'g.
T a. ni 7 to . m s a pi.
IS. :1i u. i.i. 10 a. a..
11 a. . 11 : c n. i. tn.
2 p.m. :V p.m l p m,
4:fp-m. ":)p.m. rc'Wp.ui.
' m. ni. la a. m.
:k p. m. ::.; i p m. 4 p. in.
KOEHLER BROS., Proprietors,
Corner Washington Avenue and ElnM Mreet and
Corner Eleventh und Wai-):hik."(n Ave.
A full and complete ciieply of the bent of all
kinds meat aluayo on hand.
WHOLESALE WINKS AND LIQUORS
R. SMYTH fc CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer," lu
Foreign and Domestic, Liquors
Wines ot all Kinds,
NO. (10 OHIO LEVEE.
MESSRS. SMYTIT & CO. have cou'tanlly a Inrco
tock of the bent vood In thu market and etvn
epeclul attention to the vvuolesule branch f the
Tin, Sheet-Iron and Copper.
' DKAI.Itlt I If
COOKING & HEATING
Tinware and Hollow warp of pverv
Becrwnrt'a old stand, ou Eighth atrect.
CAIKO, . . . - Illinois
Kooflnir and Olltlnnno
of work -.Wilfully and promptly porforaied and
prices mado latiifactory.