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II. MARKAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon.
mmorelsl avcnnn. Residence corner
Fonriecuin m. ua Waablngton avenue, Cairo
K. E. W. WIIITLOCK,
nnn-Nn. 1M Commercial Avenue, between
lgntb and Slntb. SUeeU
JJU. W. C. JOCELYN,
CFr'ICE-E!s:htk Street, near Commercial Avenne,
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow.' aud Oorpnan. Mu
cin Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFlCE-No. 113 Commercial Avenne.
10 CITY FERRY CO.
THREE JStU STATES. 1
On and after Monday, June Id, the boat will make
the following trip:
LEAVES LEAVE LEAVES
Foot Fount ft Missouri Laud'g. Kentucky Ld'g.
"a.m. 7:40 a. m. 8 a.m.
,m. 0:;in a.m. 10 a.m.
11 a.m. 11:30 a.m. i m.
2 p.m. i-W p.m. 3 p.m.
(:;0p.m. &:00p.m. 5:30 p.m.
ft a. m. 9:30 a. m. 10 a. m.
i p. ra. 8:K) p. in. p. m.
"DOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAH.
The E.t';:ai.t Sidewbef. Paeujr Steamer
hk CHAMPION 2i
L"sve. Cairo every afternoon at 3 o'clock, for
IV.'.irah, Metropoli. and way landmi:. "or
Irf-:s;ht orpasnae apply to sol. a. siLXtil,
70 OHIO LEVEE.
No din or dti-t bv mcitre beinir exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
.SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It and n: tor youraelvca .
01 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cash on duliveryof ticket..
70 Ohio Levee,
Boat Stores ami Groceries,
Of all kiwi.
OPKX NIOUT ANIJ DAY,
Kt.nh Dairy and ilH Ede Butter, OyMer. and all
klne of fruit when tn aoii. on liuuil and deliv
ered promptly at residence free. Oy.ter delivered
HOOTS AND SHOES.
HOOTS AX I) SHOES
Made to irdcr-
J'lidM THE BEST MATERIAL ON SHORT NO
WORK, MATERIAL AND KIT GUAR
ANTEED. t3rRepulrlu(? done with neatne. and dc.pntcti.
Avenue, N. E. Corner
E. t). FORD,
Variety Bracket Store,
Cnnnm nUl Aveim Corner Ninth Street.
JAIUO, : s : HAAXOlrt
FLTJT TREES, KIT.
An Immetine tcv k (if Potent Tree and Ever-
fruen Hcedlnif. Hhriih., Fruit Tree., and Smll
'rulta, that will be nld cheaper end pueked heller
than at any other place on Hie American contluent
Jxddro.., J. C.I'JNNKY.
Miirneoa my, v if
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
AT THE POST OFFICE IS CAIMO, Ih
! I.1NOIH, A8 SECOND-CLAM MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPKROF,ALKXANDKK COUNTY
Only Iforniuf Daily in Southern Illinois
Cairo. III.. October itf. IB7H. 1
Time. Bur. Ther. Uum. Wind. Vrt Weather.
.: t m 30 48
11:11 " 'M
30:4.1 p.m. 80.nl
3:4 " SUM
u.wimnm TVmneratnru. 85 o ; Minimum Tom
periture, WOj Rainfall, 0-0O nh.
Sors't Signal Corn., I . S. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Read the notice of stove for sale, in
small advertisement columns.
Mr. W. II. Barton, of Murpliysboro, was
in the city, yesterday.
General manager Tucker, of the Illi
nois Central, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. II. E. Armstrong, of Metropolis,
will address the meeting atiae ueiorm
club hall to-night. ,
We had a pleasant call yesterday from
jrr. John R. Robinson, Northern Passenger
asent of the "Sunset Route."
We are requested to say that the
Lecture club will meet at Temperance
hall this evening at seven o'clock.
Prof. J.J. W.Bowmau arrived in the
city yesterday, and will stay over Sunday.
His lecture tour has been a very success. Ui
The burglars and garroter? were not
abroad to any alarming extent, Wednesday
night. Yesterday, too. was comparatively
Hon. F.E. Albright was in the city
yesterday evening, and paid his respects to
The Rcixetin. He leaves by the 9:30
Narrow-gauge train this morning.
Mr. Valentine Reiser and family, who
have been sojourning in Cincinnati since
last Spring, have returned to Cairo, for the
purpose, as we hear, of remaining.
Squire Comings passed upon two or
three city cases. Our efforts to bring his
shapely form vythiu the range of our vision
proved fruitliss.-however, and we are with
out his report. "
Died. Thursday at 4 p.m.. of brain fe
ver, little Charlie, only child of Mr. Lv.v
Catlett, aged 14 months. The remain were
taken to Reecli Grove cemetery for inter
ment, yesterday afternoon.
Our neighbor, Cap!. James Johnson4
left Cairo for Texas, yesterday, It is obji-ct
being to enlarge the "exodus" of. Texas cat
tle over the Illinois Central. The object
will be achieved. Mark you.
Mr. John W. Trover was in Cairo yes
terday, taking his old friends by the hand,
and keeping his eyo3 open for the busi
ness chances. Trover is said to lie one of
the most successful solicitors in the field.
A Statistician (batchelorof coursej in
sists that court-hips averag-; three tons of
coals each, and we would add. scores of
bad coushs and colds; but then every pru-
dent j;al!ant is provided with a bottle of
Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup. Price, 21 cents.
When Mr. Ed. Budf is fully installed
in his new quarters and adds his new pur
chases to hi- pr .-sent stock, he will have a
jewelry and watchmaking et".V.M:mont
that will be a credit to Cairo at: I Southern
Gutav A. Ileilm inn, E,.. Editor of
Pittsburgh Daily Republican, suffered with
Rheumatism for two years, ana my many a
night unable t sleep on account ef terrible
pains. Two bottles ot St. Ja'.-oij Oil
Two covies, named respectively Cali
gula Burgos and Sampson IV.ggs, got on a
bender, yesterday, and became obnoxious to
the quiet and good, onl-r of the city.
Squire Robinson meted out ttdrquaV pun
ishment. Pugg was given a ft ay, and left
tin- city. Burgos was sent to the c.ilahomy
for a term of three days.
-Prejudice often rules in the physical
treatment of babies. They arc allowed to
suffer and scream with pain from Colic,
f latulence, linvc: D;soMers, etc,, w.ieti
some simple, reliable and sale remeily m
Dr. Hull's Baby Syrup, would give almost
immediate relief and perfect to the lit
The Sun is right. The merchants and 1
business men of Cairo who favor the high
water road project, aro saying but little
about it. Mr. T. J. Iloberts, who leads the
opposition in this city, und will be heard
from in the country soon, is putting in more
talk and work than $i the road nua in th"
-The "8 to V: Club" will have a large
attendance at their initial party this even
ing, i lie dui) uselt numbers forty mem
bers and everybody outside of the club that
we have heard speak of it, expresses a deter
mination to be tli"ie. We understand that
season ticket will be lor sale at the otlico
tf the St. Charles Hotel to-night. COO
tickets, for each party, $1.50.
Mrs. Imogen! Mariana Bugsby a col
ored female, became angered at n neighbor.
yesterday, and doused her with such a' vol
ley of epithets and offensive slang, that the
neighbor felt compelled to seek the solace
:f the law. Mr. Bagsby was brought into
Squire Robinson's court, and the. complaint
of offensive language being verified, she was
flued $ and costs. Payment of the amount
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
was ensured, and Mrs. B., admonished to
put a bridlo on her tongue, went about lier
Our interrogatory touching ' Judge
Ilarker'g Instruction was propounded, not
to provoke a discussion with parties who.
like Necessity, and ourselves as well, know
no law. Neither was it propounded with
tlio expectation of eliciting an indirect
opiuioi from the attorneys at whoso in
stance it was given. Our object was to in
vite an impartial consideration of the very
important question involved, at the hands
of informed parties, who had no connection
with the case.
President Fisher of the Reform Club, has
arranged for tho appearance on the club
room rostrum, this evening, of Mr. Arm
strong, ot Metropolis. Mr. Armstrongs
father, tin Rev. Isaac Armstrong, was well
known to many of our citizens, as a pulpit
and stump orator of far more than average
ability, and it is said of tho son, who is a
member of tho legal fraternity, that he is
"a chip of the old block." At all events
the members of tho club are promised an
entertaining and profitable address, and
ought to be on hand to hear it. '
Since much of the opposition to the
new roaJ project is based upon the claim
that the construction of the road embank
ment may, ultimately, work out the reclam
ation ot the Cache bottoms may convert
ponds and morasses into cornfields and gar-
leus, can't the taxes paid by these objectors
be held sacred to the erection ot trusse!
work, instead of dirt mbankment? Ia
that event the water would rush through
md maintain our swamps, ponds and
morasses in all their hideous proportiousl
To compel a man to '"pay his money," ami
then deny him Ins choice is to iul'ict
The advance agent of the Louis- Pom.
eroy troupe was unable to say whether lit
would accompany Miss l'omeroy on ut
European tour or not. '"The relations if
those who constitute such companies nie
liable to disturbance, and I cannot say, fT
that reason, whether I shall accompany tie
lady, or stay at home." So spake tin
agent to the writer hereof. The cause of
these doubts in the young man's mind, :s
given, we take it, in Tuesday's U-ue of ti e
Paducah News. When Miss Pomeroy ar
rived at Paducah she found the city posted
for Cymbele a play that couldn't be pn
senteJ without special scenery, and one, ton.
for which the Paducah stage was unfitted.
The lady was angered, worried, hurt. It
was impossible to (ill the hill. In iier dire
extremity she substituted Macbeth. The
house was well tilled, but everybody had
come to see Mrs. Pomeroy as Imogenc and
not a Lady Macueth. They were, there
fore.' disappointed, exasperated, and
wouldn't be comforted. Angered parties
hissed, others left the house, and the devil
was to pay. Explanations were of no avail,
at tiie time, and the reputation of Mrs. P.
always high in Paducah, was injured. It
was an unreasoning resentment; but it was
none the !es cutting to Mrs. Pomeroy on
that aecount-and consequently (as we con
jecture) the agent doesn't know whether
he'll accompany Mrs. P. on her European
tour or stay at home.
The members of W. C. T. U. remon
strate most earnestly against the repeal of
the Sunday liquor law. To stand still in
t'.ie reform movement is a trial to many of
them; but a retrogade movement, cow,
would prove most damaging. Realizing
tint tact t!ie leaders among the ladies evince
a disposition to employ all the means wi'i
iu their reach to defeat the proposed repeal.
Remonstrances have been prepared for all
the wards, and in three or four of them,
la ly helpers have been secured to circulate
them for signatures. In the First, and Sec
ond wards a large, number of names have
been secured, and a determination is e.
pressed to canvass the whole city. Two
weeks remain in which to work,
and dui ing that time the city can be pMiy
thoroughly canvassed. The vote upon
the repeal will. stand live nyes to five nays.
This seems to lie the general impression.
If the "counting of noW shall verily the
correctness of the impression, the remon
strances may serve the Mayor a gofid pur
pose in determining his own course in the
matter, but not otherwise. If lie votes
against repeal, in determining the tie, the
law will stand. Hence, looking at the mat
ter by the best light now ullbided, the
whole responsibility of deciding the ques
lion will rest with the Mayor.
- Quite a large force of hands, or, to
speak more correctly, several forces of
hands, are now at work on the Cairo and
Mound Ciiy road on both sides of Cache
river. The iti-n at work on this side, lire
paid by iiie city. The force utwork on the
other side, are paid !iy the Cairo Property
Trustee. This last named force have
cut out a 00 feet road-way from
tne nriilge, on u direct linn to
the Mound City, Junction and Villa Ridgo
road, forming tho connection nt a point
about two miles distant from the brid"C
Two or three deep depressions on tho route
have been filled, corduroyed mid supplied
with ample drainage pipe, and now tho
i , i ,, .
nanus are tu worn Ulgging a
ditch for drainage purposes, the whole
length of that portion of the road. At n
point a few hundred yards from the bridge,
a branch road leads oil' to Mouud City. This
branch, crossing Trinity slough, near Mound
City, It becomes necessary to erect a fifty
foot bridge. A Mound City gentleman,
who is a liberal contributor to public un
dertakings of any and every kind, 1 mad
FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1879,
s generous contribution of lumber; but be
yond that the Mound Cityitesgave nothjng.
Tho greater portion of tho work on, this
side of Cache lias been expended at the
ctossing of tho Goose pond, whore thero is a
heavy fill. The work, all along the line, is
progressing rapidly promising us a gooil
low-water road to Mound City, quite as
short as the old river road, and shortening
the distance to the J unction, to Beech Ridge,
Villa Ridge and other points in Pulaski
countyfully three miles. And all this will
be accomplished without costing tho pres
ent or future taxpayers of either county, a
The initial dance under the raa'nuge
incut of the "8 to 12 club," will come off
in the dining hall of the St. Charles Hotel,
this evening. There is a general disposi
tion on the part of the parties invited to be
on hand promptly nt 8 o'clock, at which
hour the music will strike up and the dan
cers take their places on the floor. From
that hour until 12, the dance will goon;
and that it will go on pleasantly and har
moniously the mere names ot tho man
agers furnish an ample assurance. The
rules established by this club tiro a con
fessed innovation upon the custom of pro
longiug the dance as long as auy of the
participants have strength and life enough
left to drag themselves over the floor; but
it is an innovation that the good sense of
both young people and old int heartily
commends. The members of the club be
lieve, and propose to demonstrate, that
dancing parties can be made a means of
healthy, pleasant recreation, and not remain
as now, the means of working out the phys
ical exhaustion and debauchery of those
who take part in them. If the club accom
plishes this, and succeeds in impressing the
minds of our young people wilh the propri
ety of gaining the ball rwm before late
bed time, and of leaving it before they are
"tired to death" or "(lying for sleep," or
"ready to faint" from the violence of their
long-continued exercise if the (dub shall
succeed in tlds, the public will vote
that each individual member is n public
benefactor. But, remember to-night, attend,
enjoy yottrse! Has you assuredly will, and.
on the morrow, you will have pleasant rec
ollections of a good time, without the
usual drowsy, heavy headedness the legit
imate consequence of a whole night of
what can be given no milder name than
that of fashionable dissipation.
The manufacturer who is self-reliant
who establishes himself through a use of
his own brains, muscle ami capital, is, un
less beset by unusual drawbacks, sure to
thrive. The manufacturer who can't build
a ho'tise, liii) grouml or supply himself with
material, unless somebody helps him the
man who, being flat on his back, can't get
on his feet again unless somebody lifts him
up Is not the kind of a man tbnt succeeds
in business when once established, nor is
he the kind ot a man that is certain to
maintain a perpendicular when he gains it.
The Emporium Real Estate and Manufac
turing Company, anxious to establish a
manufacturing interest in Mound City, ex
pended thousands and tens of thousands of
dollars in helping manufacturers who
couldn't start without help. For the found
er who had the machineiyand a barge load
of old patterns, the company erected an ex
tensive foundry; for the man who knew
how to run a planing mill ami sash, door
and blind factory, it erected a building and
supplied him with machinery, and so on, un
til half-dozen manufacturing establishment!
were put in operation. The result of these
investments and the fate of the establish
ments, are widely known. The money was
Iwst, and the establishments weiu utter
failures. And Cairo has had a little exper
ience of the same character. Men who
came here, or were already here, mid em
banked in manufacturing industries, de
pending solely upon themselves, succeeded.
The men who came here in answer to "in
ducements" tho men w ho came because of
the assistance oilered where are they J The
men lire gone; the money is gone,
the establishments are gone! We
have, in their stead, nothing but the mem
ory ol disappointed expectations, As n
general rule (having its exceptions of
course) the manufacturer to whom a bonus
is a necessity who cannot, as we have al
ready said, get on his feet unless he is
helped to do so, is not worth much when
ic gets on his feet, and is liable to topple
over again ut any moment. They are not
the kind of manufacturers that nny:ity
can afford to buy they are not the self re
liant men they arc not the successful mid
prosperous mnnfaetiirrs. There is another
class of manufacturers that will "do to let
nlone," and Cairo has had to do with that
class also. We refer to the men who, hav
ing extensive establishments in the larger
cities, establish branches or auxilliary in
dustries elsewhere The St. Louis gentle-
jiian who manufactures his 50.000 pork or
whiskey barrels every year, covets the oak
timber thnt grows in our neighboring
forests. If our city will give him ground,
rent free, and secure him against the pay
ment of any taxes, he will erect a large
stave-cutting establishment in oui midst, to
bo followed, "in due season," by a cooper
ing establishment that will give employ
ment to one hundred men. Ho obtains the
bonus; puts up a fifty dollar plank shed,
brings a lot of old machinery hero that has
done service in a dozen other places, em
ploys ii half dozen men; converts our choic
est timber into staves, which he ships to St.
Louis, and nt tho end of n year or two,
pulls up stakes, and strikes out for better
timber. ' Another g'iith'iiian, from (jhiiney,
perhaps, sees an abundance of young hick
ory, wat(ir beech o&d othor tough tioilir in
"our forests, and thinks Cairo tho place of
all places for tho manufacturing of wagons,
carriages and agricultural implements. His
establishment will bo so large, "when all
its departments ore brought here," that he
mustask that he bo given special privileges.
They are granted to him. Anothor shed
goes up; some more old machinery comes,
and our choicest hickory is converted into
wagon tongues, axles, plow beams, etc., in
the rough, and these are shipped to Quincy.
The old shed is then torn down; the half
dozen hands leave town, and we have our
neighboring forests, gutted of their best
hickory, as our reminder of what the
Quincy gentleman did toward building up
tho manufacturing interests of Cairo! We
havo a little walnut timber left, and the
saw is already in use, wo doubt not, that is
expected to convert it into lumber, in shape
not for use in Cairo, but for use at some
other point, a thousand miles dis
tant! Such has been our experience in
Cairo such has been the experience of the
river counties of Southern Illinois, with
manufacturers who start auxilliary estab
lishments, as well as with the other class
who require help as a necessary condition
to starting at all. Our own citizens have
built up thef?own establishments, unaided
by city or citizens. Relying upon them
selves, they used their own cash, brains
and muscle, and succeeding, as quite nil of
them have succeeded, the city and country
have, directly and indirectly, shared in
their success, und feel the stimulus of their
energy,enterprise and liberality, 1
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at 50
)hio Levee, next to Planters' House
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
A CAK0 OK THANKS.
'rVc desire to tender our heuitl'elt thank
to the community in genera! for the many
kindly expressions of sympathy, but partie
ularly to those who have rendered us much
needed assistance of a more substantial
character. Mits. H. C. Tiuki.ixke,
E. Y. Tiuki.ixke,
KKKslI rnVlERS .
Received daily at 5C Ohio Levee. Served
at all hours, day ami night. Families sup
plied Selects at 50 cents per can, mediums
at 40 cents. A. V. DeBaix.
Now on draft and by the barrel, the eel
cbrated Jarvis Cobden cider, for family use.
Strictly pure and very choice. Try it. At
New York Sjro.
We have several thousand dollars in ac
counts due us in Cairo, and owing to our
present circumstances if people will, in the
next few days, eotne forward and pay u
imy cents on tne dollar, we will give a re
ceipt in lull. KoKiii.Kn Bitos.
tiKO. u luitA lias just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of nil kinds. Price
only c::e dollar.
RI STOV HITTER.
50 Tins i;v K.ri:f.
This celebrated Creamery Butter for sale
at New York store. By the tub 22 and 22 J j;
by the pound 25 cents. Every pound guar
anteed the best, or money refunded.
Small tubs for family use. Rest Butter in
the world. C. . Pviikh iCo.
AsTi-Bi-.r.i.fM Piucf.x At the barber
shop of J.Geo. Steinhoiisc, Eighth street,
near Alexander County Bank. I'ustomers
will find a clean, cool shop,, easy chairs, nil
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory woik. Prices: Shaving. 10
nuts: Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing,
25 cent, (live him a call.
A I.I. AUVi;i(TIS;.MKNTS In llil- milium, of
J live I'lief eneli lir !, Will lie pulillslied for .'."
I em h cvirv iiiMTtinii ; 1 moil ill. I. Ml; : umtitlia uilli
mi! clitiiei', Stl.Ki fier month. Kxh telilitlonul
Mil". r ri'lit. Slllllil :iiif WHIiO'il free.
IKil sK FOR SALE.
C'nttil!."! Miami Innliers. e:iy lo moe.
Wmit t In- let uiciili'd, Kniiliie at Til K llei.i.KTlN
A dwell!))!.'. IIm rnuiii. iohI kitchen. Twentieth
el reel, tenv iotii'1 hoii-e. j;iiiiiir lit II. .Ikku'
'II. Ml STillO..
s'd KS Van SALE.
Three hc:itiii-tinen anil onu lare I'mikUm Move
tx-li in lcI ii vr t" th'1 r-H lili-ii,-,. part ol Tub He i.lktin
liilllilin;'. are InrHnle. Apil on Ihe pretnlai1.,
lIKAIXil AIM KHH Kdlt FINE AH'I1K?Y (;)(M)H
IIiihc. Arrow. Tnrt'i'tK, Shoollni! filovcn, etc., nt
(', V. HENDERSON'S, Commercial uvui., o, cur
Fine Men) eiumivlii!!. for mile. Cininot lie
liiiic.flit of the (mlill-hum for lec tliim J1.VIHI eneh.
Will hu mU miikI.v for H iki euch. or the fniirlnr
Jiii.in, Euiiiire nt Tin. Ill i.i.ktin liludeiy.
Owni:i!h iinil pini'liie-erH of Ken I Ilnte III Cairo
slioiilil In1 Hiue tin y li live ii uoml title. I um now
iirepiu'eirtn I'liriiMililiMi'iirt" t renmniHhle rule..
(Mlli'e In Court Hoiihi..
Tlie WlnMou farm lu l'nlii"kl county, nn tho hunk
of the Ohio river, mid 'I lulled from It, It. Million,
loo iicreN-1 aercK n inter fence. Orchard of itliout.
1 TnH'ren, IIiik n fri'inc (IwclHm; of llroouiH. (ioud
clMcrn. At u Imiviilu. A tip I v .in') y.
M..1. IIOVVEKY. II, E.Aitent.
W I VfllliM iA,'0v purlieu tu net. ns (ion
ml A L'ontH for Ilie ule ol'our
. Hllcl'llllllloK, II II I II CM H
(iiNids hcII rapidly. Wepiiya milary
r a lilienil i'iiiiiiiiIhhIiui nn hii
From stltMi to
S.niiii month can he niade liy live men. Ilnreehniieo
for iiinUlnur money Address TKI I'M I'll .MAM?.
I' ACTiiiiMj co,, nil .iiuni'oo t..(.:iilfau.
NUVKR FAIL to
m ako Sl-'j per
month M'liini; our
II.Y HOAI.K. It
In cntlnrm d hy the
prcH. ntnl imhlle. Its neiMirnry, convenience, and
cliciiinieHK noil It lit Mi'ht lo every limine keeper, Hy
M'curlnij territory, which will he ilven free, you !
eniiiii your own proprietor of n plciinutit n ml profit
iililc itimlnoM. Write for term, mid territory.
OHIO SCALE WORKS, l:j?J Cent . Ave., Cincinnati,
i j miiTriirj
J. T. WARREN & CO.
64 4 66 W. Second St.
ForelRn ind Domu.tic dried and canned Fruit, and
eKeiaoiei. t anned, dried and .alt Flh. Pick
le, Baucea, OIL and Condiment.. Soup
.tuffs, Baking Powder., (round a
whole Spice.. Toilet and Laundry
Soap.. Seed., Jelllet, Preaerve.
Fancy Grocorlea and Gro
Stock unparalleled in the West.'
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL.
3 3 0
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Alo nufacturer of aad Dealer In
TIN, COPPER ii SHEET-IRON WARE.
t "am. kin: or . wor.a bosk Toonna.tl
NO. -JT. EIOHTIl STREET,
C. V 1 It ( ) , : : ; IH.1XOIH.
Winter's Block. Corn-r Seventh street and Com
IVMre. to Inform thclilli of Cairo and Vicinity
thnt she Iin on hand and receiving risily. dln-ct
Iroiu the EsMern clti-. a ver) law aud compit to
Ftock of LadicV an I Mli"e',
TRIMMED AND I'NTRIMMED HATS.
Iloierv !'. !:' fud cotora T ct: to one dollar
ii-r pair.' ( irct. ioct. to Ji.W, ar.d Oil a-irt-
Ladies' Furnishinp; Goods!
All the very lateM ilca'irri. Price a lowa.pi.a-Midi-
and fooiS marked !u piin Uiiure. Will not
he iliulernolii. Call and examine. No trouble to
Miow (..no, Ladle who do not Fee w tint tiejr
want will pita .mt-k fur I'.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BAN
W. P. HALLIDA Y, Prc-ider.'..
II. L. HAU.1UAY. Vlee-Prea'.dent.
.1. 11. SMI 1 11, AollHtf l'aalor.
STAAT TAVI.OK. W. r. RAI.LIDA7.
IIKNIIV L. IIAI.I I1HV, R. 11. IT NMSUHAM,
o. II. WU.I,UH.-oS, PTKI'llEN UIIlli,
II. II. CAMiaa.
Exchange, Coin and Tinted States Bonds
BOCOllT AND SOLD.
I)e pn.lt received and a general hanking busine.
Comer Waf hliiclon Avenue and Eight Street.
CAIRO, : : : : ILLINOIS
A full and complete .upply of tho bet of all
kind meat alwaya on hand,
Dealer in Fresh Meat.'
Dotwcen "Washington und ('"in
iiirolfl Av., ndiolnlntt'Iliuniya,
KKKTS for .ale tho.be.t Beef, Pork, Million, Vmh
Lamb, Sau.atte, Ac, aud I. prupaimt tiiu(i
fiimlllei In an icceptublu mai.uor.