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lTnttionnAtlilcriiysli'Ian and Surgeon.
un fummanlal avenue. , Rcaldence corner
Fourteenth Hu aud WaahUtnton venu. tiro
pU. E. 'W. WIIITLOCK,
Dental , Surgeon.
Vrnc9Xa. 136 Commercial Avenue, between
Ii)jhth tad Mum Bireei . , .
jQR. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE-Efuhth Street, pear Commercial Avenue
Notary Public and Conveyancer.
OFFICE:-WIth tie Wldowa' and Oorpnana' Ma
sai Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFKICE-So. US Commercial Avenue.
OAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE iL STATES.
On and after Monday, J uue 16, the boat will make
lbs following tripe :
LlAVKfe LEAVES tAVM
foot Fourth at Mlaaouri Laud'jj. Kcutucky Ld'g.
7 a.m. 7::t0 a. m. H a. m.
y a. m. : a. m. -.- 10 a. m.
11a.m. 11:30 a.m. 13 m.
2 p.m. 9:3d p.m. p.m.
;Jup. m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m.
9 a.m. 8:80 a.m. 10 a.m.
Spin. 3:30 p.m. 4 p.m.
VOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII
Tuu Elcjaut Sidcwhccl Paeon2cr Steamer
"A. J. BIRD...
Loaves Cairn every afternoon at 3 o'clock, fur
VaiUicjtiu jicUuiioub aim way januini.'. for
freight oi l)ai;o apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
76 OHIO LEVEE.
'o din or dut bv mcaanrea hoins espoacd to air.
Milk delivered twice a da,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it aud ace for yourselves.
40 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cah on delivery of tlcketa.
Q D. WILLIAMSON,
" ' 76 Ohio Levee,
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kinds-.
OI'KX NIGHT AND DAY.
Prb Dairy and Olit Ed hi: Butter, Oysteri and all
Vind of fruit when iu aeusou, on baud anil deliv
ered promptly at resldeuce freu. Oyattra delivered
BOOTS AND HI10E3.
BOOTS AM) SHOES
Made to Order
1'HOM TI1K BEST MATERIAL ON SHORT NO;
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. Ctr-llcpulrlug fluno with ticMncea aud despatch
Avenue, N. E
JACOB WALTER, ,
Dealer in Freak Meat.
Ht'wir waajmngtoii and Com
tnerclal A v., odlolnlng Ilunnya
, i . ' e .
tTKEPtl for aalo (be beat Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Baunace, Ac,, and la prepared to aerve
Momei ia an aouipiaiiia matacr.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
INTKRKD AT THK foBT OFFICE IS CAXRO, 1L
1.1X01, A8 HKCOND-CLASS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Only Mornlutr Dally Iu Southern Ullaoin,
Cairo. 111.. October 7, 10T9. (
Time"! Bar. Thur. Hum Wind. Vrl Weather.
6:4(1 a m so.sti
Sil ::) p.m 0.1
3:4l " .to.io
w.Timnm TumDerature. tUi Minimum iem
perature, 40 ; lulafall, 0.00 Inch.
Sera't Signal Corva, U. 8. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Try our Choico Hams and Breukfust
Bacon. Pettis & IintD.
Mr. John Bryant, oi Columbus, Ky., h
In the city.
Jliss Mamio Davis, fo Metropolis, is in
the city, visiting fnemts.
Chow-chow, Mixed Pickles and New
Goods in bulk at Pettis & Bird's.
A 'healthy" investment a bottle of
St. Jacobs Oil for your Rheumatism.
Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Peach But
ter and Jelly in Bulk at Pettis & Bird's.
We are agents for the Old Prob. cigar,
the best smoke for 5 cents in town. Pet
tis & Bird.
Schoenmeyer is changing the shape of
liis house to comport with the line of Wash
Our choice Northern Butter, couie9 in
twice-per week, and gives the best satisfac
tion. Pettis & IintD.
-The Widows' and Orphans' Mutual
Aid Society, of Cairo, issued 04 certificates
of membership yesterday.
Since the establishment of the money
postal order system, the Cairo postofficc has
issued 42,259 postofficc money orders.
Fifty cases Tomatoes, 50 cases Yar
mouth Corn, new goods bought before the
advance, and will be sold close. Pettis &
The contribution of Linwood," in
tended far. Sunday's issue, did not reach
our hands until late Saturday evening. We
give it place this morning.
M. P. Fultoji is still confined to his
room, but his fever is now broken and his
physician thinks his recovery is sure,
though it nay be slow.
Coburn's Patent Fire Kindler; lf,0
pieces in a uox. ivuiKinaic aw 10
tires. The best tiling on the market. Price
$1 per box. Pettis & B;kd.
A white woman a Miss Anderson 'I
got drunk, made a '"spectacle" of herself
yesterday, and was taken in. 'Squire
Comings fined her $1 and costs.
More than one hundred and twenty-
five thousand bottles of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup have been sold by a single firm ia
Baltimore. Messrs. Wm. II. Brown & Bro.
Judge Hileman, of .Tonesboro, one of
the oldest residents of Union county, and
one of the substantial men of Southern Illi
nois, was in Cairo, yesterday.
Mr. Hebsacker, the Eighth street ba
ker, is enlarging his store room, and wiil
soon be better than ever prepared to serve
the multiplying wants of the many custom
ers. Richard Murphy was drunk yesterday.
He couldn't deny it, and didn't interpose a
denial. 'Squire Comings fined hitn one
dollar and costs, and sent him to the cala
boose. The aruiny:ince occasioned by the con
tinual crying of the baby, at once ceases
wln.-n the cause is (as it should be) prompt
ly removed by using Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup.
Price 23 cents per bottle.
The Iron Mountain and Southern road,
reaching through its connections, all parts
of Texas, is bringing fonvard.immense qunn
tities of cotton ami cattle feeding the roads
on this side of the river with about all of
that sort of freight they can dispose of.
John Phalcn gargled too much fire
water, witn the invariable result, require
Comings thought 1 and costs the right
amount to charge up to Mr. Phalen, and an
entry on the docket was made to that
effect. Mr. Phalcn is in the calaboose.
Minnie Broaks, a white girl, and Belle
Hampton, a colored girl, partners in iniqui
ty, were brought before 'Squire Comings
yesterday, and fined fj and costs each, for
disorderly conduct. Both of them, in de
fault of payment, were committed to the
When the floor is laid, the extension of
the Illinois Central exchunge shed will be
completed, thus furnishing for the use of
the company four or five hundred feet of
shed. The company will have room on
cither side of the shed for twenty-five or
Tho interior improvements in the Al
exander county bank building ore. being
pushed ahead with vigor, under the general
supervision of Judge Bross. By tho mid
die of the week, everything will be in tip
top order. Business goes on, however,
Tho Cairo and Vincennes railroad com
puny has purchased nnd brought into use
two more fine engines, both of which nr.
rived in Cairo Saturday eicniti':. Tl
business ot the road has grown to trenicn
dous proportions, taxiug its carrying capac
ties to their uttermost. But all the roatl
seem to bo prospering ia like manner.
CAIRO., BULLETIN; TUESDAY; ; MORNING, tl OCTOBER 23:: 1M9.
...Herbert A. Ilarrell, formerly item hun
ter for Tins Bulletin," has formed a very
desirable co partnership, In Chicago, in tho
job printing business, with L. E. Cosaatt.
the business consists largely of bng" print
ing for inillers, and is already established.
Ho is much olated over his prospects, and
they certainly are very promising.
. Al Johnson was pulled in before
Squire Robinson, yesterday, for disorderly
conduct. He clambered into a countryman's
wagon and kicked out the.tail board, and
the countryman expressing dissatisfaction
at such conduct, Mr. Johnson proposed to
dress him off. Not being able to pay the
fine and cost the Squiro imposed, Mr. John
son "went over" for the period of nine
Why is Cairo without her aquatic
sports? Surely, with a river on either side
of us, wo have rowers as good as ever
"feathered an oar." A sliell or skiff race,
skulling or rowing, in tho quiet waters of
the Ohio, would prove a bigger card than
did Boyton in fhis water-tight "chimaloon."
There would be some excitement in such a
contest, and who knows that we might not
develop a Courtney or Hanlan?
It was not enough that old Mrs. Cox
should raise a son to murder Mrs. Dr. Hall.
Her cup of woe was made to run over a
tew days since, by the election of another
son to the Virginia legislature. Chastine
Cox will be hanged about the time that
Jefferson Cox takes his seat in the Virginia
capitol. One son in the Virginia LegislaJ
ure another on n New York gallows!
Poor woman! One great woe, it seems,
would not suffice. '
In rooms that are made quite wMia by
fires tho mosquitoes are lured to the per
formance of duty, occasionally; but the
old-time vim ond energy is gone. They
come in a sort of an apologetic manner, as
if ashamed of themselves fur calling so late,
and aint half as expert dodgers as tiny used.
The Cairoite who can't smack a mosquito,
now, four times out of five, ought to be
ashamed of the result of his summer's prac
tice. Mrs. Swauder, in Winter's block, has
received a new and elegant stock of season
able hats, with bird, plume and other fash
ionable and attractive trimming, which she
desires to sell, mut sell, and will sell.
Hence, ladies desiring hats, strictly in sea
son and style at very Tow figures, should
call soon and examine Mrs. Swander's sup
ply. She also has in stoic a great variety
of niching, to which she invites special at
tention, and in which she will give custom
ers undoubted bargains.
Alice Ramsey and Alice Howard jvere
called upon yesterday, to answer for riotous
and disorderly conduct for demeaning
thems.elvcs in a noisy and offensive manner,
to the great scandal of themselves and the
annoyance ot the neighborhood. This was
the charge, and Alice Howard showed that,
insofar ns the charge applied to herself,
it was foundationless. Alice Ramsey, less
fortunate, could make no such fact appear,
and she was fined five didlars aud the ia
seperable incidentals. Miss Howard was
discharged. 'Squire Comings sat in judg
ment on the cases.
The alarm of fire, sourided yesterday
evening, was accasioned by the supposition
that a fire had had broken out on Thir
teenth street. It was a mistake, however
and the Hibernian bell immediately gave
the "come back call," but the pestiferous
boys who manage to get hold of the bell
ropes, kept up such a clatter that the call
couldn't be heard. And right here we
again submit an inquiry we have often
propounded, and it is this: Why are the
boys of the city, who can cxcrcise neither
common sense, judgment or discretion, per
mitted to sound alarms, and monopolize
the several bell ropes? Surely the firemen
of the city ought to be able to put a stop
to sucli ofllciou.'-nef.s.
As "clinching evidence" that the Oko-
lona States is a true exponent of Southern
sentiment, and not a Republican machine
operating in the South for the advancement
of Republican aims in the North, a number
of our Republican exchanges publish the
following "conclusive proof' furnished by
the editor of the Yicksburg Herald: "Col.
Harper, editor of the Okolona States,
claims to represent the extreme Bourbon
wing of the Democracy, lnit he has no fol
lowing to amount to anything." It 1ms
never been denied that the States, claims
to be a Democratic paper. It couldn't
serve its Republican masters, unless it set
up such a claim. But it has bccti denied
and is still denied that it represents the sen
timents of Southern Democrats; and the
testimony of the Herald directly supports
the denial. .
('apt. Hiram Hill, the veteran wrecker
und diver, received a telegram, yesterday,
to repair to the wreck of the Rupidan, near
Pittsburg landing, oh the Tennessee river,
and to remove therefrom one hundred and
sixty bales of cotton thut went down on the
boat. Ho left yesterday evening, with his
wrecking boat Charley Hill, in tow of tho
steamer Fisk, his son Charlie accompany
ing him as assistant. The deck of the
wreck is covered with seven feet of water,
and as the whole bottom whs torn oil', it is
altogether likely that the machinery and
everything else of valuo that can be.
reached, will be taken off, nnd the balance
be abandoned. When this job is completed
Capt. Hill will move to another point in tht
river, and raise forty-one tons of pig iron
These, and smaller jobs he has in view wil
keep him employed in the Tennessee river
until the closo of the year.
Stock yakd sales of tattlc,wcek end
ing October 27th, 1870;
purchaser, weiuiit. price.
Jacob Walder 2,!M 2i.
JohnGlado 1,430 8i.
J. Walder 2,200 oW.
5 " . Major Hinklo . 3,740
1 cow James Kineston 873 2cts.
1 yearling Jacob Walder five dollars.
3 head Louis Koehlcr 2,000
lxniis Kocliler l.u.io
Jacob Walder 1,073
Jacob Walder 1,000
Jacob Walder 5,110
Jifcob Walder 000
Jacob Walder 3,741
G. Lormer 1,500
Louis Koehlcr 823
Last Sunday a week ago, two yoffng
men, oged about 21 and 22 respectively,
whom we shall call Bluff and Bouncer, had
a fistic encounter that resulted unsatisfac
tory to both parties! As a consequence ot
this result, au arrangement ws made for a
regular priz.e fight according to the rules of
the English prize ring: Time, Sunday
morning, 2Cth instant; place, near Cache
river. Accordingly, on Suuday morning
last, Bluff, Bouncer, their respective sec
onds and battle-holders boarded a switch
engine of the C. & V. and soon gained a
point a couple of miles aljove the city,
where a ring was maYked out und all the
preliminaries settled for the engagement.
Bluff, a young man with well-knitted mus
cles, was first to enter tho riug. Bouncer,
trim-built nnd wiry, soon followed, and in
un instant both men were at guard. Bouncer
made a .pass that wus well caught
by Bluff on the cheek, just below the left
eye. Quick ns thought Bluff let fly his
right, which, landing on Bouncer's knob,
knocked him down. Bouncer was pulled
to his comer, and sponged off. First knock
down conceded to B'.uff, whose bottle
holder immediately offered to bet his
jiocket knife against a pair of suspenders
that Bluff would win the battle. In the
second round both boys sparred, for wind;
but soon passed to active business. Bluff
struck out hard, and punched a hole in the
ir directly oyer Bounce's head. Before he
recovered, B muce "handed him one" in t;ie
temple that di.-closed the "claret." "First
blood" conceded to Bouncer, whose bottle
holder now stripped off his suspenders aud
staked them against the knife. Mean
while the principals were lying utterly ex-
usted iu the arms of their respective
seconds. At the end of an hour ond a
quarter "time" was ctiile-t again, but bi th
BMT nnd Bouncer were found to be sound
asleep. When they were aroused it was
dinner time, and both of them being
mr.gry. aud abhorring the idea of fight
ing on an etnty stomach, returned to the
city, first agreeing that the fight should bo
resumed on Sunday next, on the sacred
soil of Keutuckv.
The circus has, and always will have.
an irresistible attraction for the little boys.
The little unfortunates who fail to raise the
"quirter," necessary to win admission to
the wonders within, gather about the can
vass without, and lying prone upon. the
ground, and gazing under the bottom of
the cloth walls, often catch a thrilling
glance at the horses' hoofs as the animals
lope around the ring. Other y.junjjters
find small rents in the canvass, not larger
perhaps than n finger would fill, and these
are the fortunate ones. They tell to the
eager companions gathered ubout that they
can "almost see the clown; that tley did
see a man in spangles, that the ln'i-s drum
stands in full view, und that they believe
they cau see the man greater than Alex
ander, in their estimation that pounds it!"
What heart that lias any of the human in
it, but sympathizes with these eager, long
ing little ones who that recalls his own
boyish anxiety on such occasions, is not
sorry that the rents are not larger, and that
there are not more of them, so" that all the
eager little ones could see, not only the won
derful bass drum, but the clown
and all Ids funny antics? But there
are some creatures (and we almost
blush 'for our kind when we siy it)
who do not share in thes; wishes and
sympathies; and a portion of them ure cir
cus men. In St. Louis, the other day, one
of them seeing the shape of a little face
and forehead pressed into the canvass wall
from the outside, gathered a sharp frag
ment of paving rock, and threw it, with
grout force, at tho in-pressed ppot on the
canvass. The rougli rock hit the mark
a scream followed; the canvass straightened
the little face wus no longer there! An
hour fctcr a distracted mother was nursing
her delirious little boy, who had reached
home his temple crushed in by a sharp
pointed rock thrown by the circus- fiend.
The little boy died. No one could learn
who threw the rock: and with Robinson's
circus, perhaps to this day, is the human
fiend that 'murderetl little Willie Webbw.
It was a cruel, fiendish, devilish deed, and
since tho law never will reach the perpetra
tor, wo trust that tho shriek of the little vic
tim, and his bleeding tomplo may vex the
car and eye of the murderer until they
drive him to the mad housi or to self
destruction. ' . ,
By a misconception of the character of
tho matter, tho article addressed "To the
voters of Alexander county," was set up in
nonpariol typo and placed among our -legal
advertisements.' We hope, however,1 that
it has not, on that account, escaped a gen.
oral reading. It contains information that
should bo in possession of every voter in tho
county, since It eposes tho falsity of the
principal objection against tho proposed
road tux that is urged upon tho country
voters. It shows that the tax will not he
confined to the property of tho county out
side of Cairo, but thut all the property of
tho county must be subjected to it. The
city of Cairo will pay nearly three-fourths
of tho whole amount, and the entire
umouut collected will be expended outside
of tho city limits, in the country. To such
country voters as object to tho route of the
road, it may bo well to say, that it is the
best that could have been selected, since a
permanent, highwater road on any other,
is not withiu the reacli of the people's
means. From the point where it strikes
tho Goose Island, Jonesboro and Cairo road,
a direct wagon road to Cairo, is an impos
sibihty ;aud by coming in along the shifting
und uncertuin banks of the river, where a
permanent road cannot be maintained, tho
purpose to form desirable connections with
the Pulaski county roads would be defeated,
without conferring any compensating ad
vantages upon anybody. Of course every
dollar saved in building tho road embank
ment through the Cache bottoms, will add
a dollar to the amount to c expended on
the roads und bridges farther out in the
county; and as a topographical s.uvey,
made by Mr. Ilealy, a couple of years ago,
shows that the route selected along the Cache
banks is fully five feet higher than the in
tervening bottoms, the savings will count
thousands of dollars. Cairo has no object
above or beyond that of securing a
road that will furnish moans of communi
cation with our country neighbors, that the
highest water wiil net interrupt. The eity
is not able to build two such rads reT.'s,
Cache bottoms, and the country taxpayers
would not join her in such a project, if she
had it in view. Hence, looking to all the
connections t" be made and ail the public
needs and interests to be subserved the
route selected is unquestionably the best
that could have been determined upon. If
the tax is voted, the money will be cx
pended to the best possible advantage
and the great bulk of it will soon be
returned to tlu' pockets from which it was
taken. More, and still be'ter, the hundreds
of farmers livu.g in Alex in ler, Pulaski
and Union counties who sell their surplus
ot grain, fruit, gardui and dairy products
in Cairo, will ftver be compelled to delay
their coming on account of high water, but
can hitch up their teams u:: J come in at
a'iv time. If all this is a consummation
to be wished for, vote, on Tuesday uex', f
thi-propo..! road "and ail else sii:'.i bv
added unto you."
LENGTH OF NEW COUNTY ROAD.
ITS ADVANTAGES OYER THE 01.1) I'.OVVE.
Numerous enquiries having been made
ns to the distance from the junction of the
Geose Island and Unity r aJs. near Beech
Ridge, to Cairo by way of the new county
road, we have taken some pair. to ascer
tain the exact distance, an i can now
answer these enquiries by saying that the
distance fiotn Beech Jtidge to the tew iruti
bridge over Ca ho river is 2340 feet along
the surveys! route Lr the new road. The
distance from the new bridge to the Cairo
Levee is 20.60J fee: a t tal distance
of 44.440 feet, or not quite tight and
a half miles.
The above in .a.-uremei.ts are taken
from actual surveys made by Me-s-s.
Thrupp and Hely. civil engineers, aad may
lie tak'-n as absolutely correct. From Cairo
levee to the court house in Cairo, U a'r.it
one mile: therefore the distance by way of
new county Mad from Beech Ridge to the
court house, is certainly not more than nine
and a half miles which, no well informed
perw will insist, is a greater distance
than by the old route.
When it is taken into consideration that,
whiletheold route runs through a "gumbo''
bottom, where experience has demonstrated
t'.iat it is impossible to uftke a good road
without un unreasonable expenditure of
money, and along tfie uncertain banks of
the 'Mississippi nvtr, the new Mi.te is
located on high ridges and along the high
and permanent bank of Cache, naturally
well drained, and, as lias already been
shown, without increasing the distance
while all this is true, it would certainly
seem that no unprejudiced person could,
for a single moment, question the wisdom
of the county board in opening the new
To these arguments in favor of the new
route may l:e added another of no small
import. It is, that by the adoption of the
new route, the work now being done by the
city of Cairo, between the levee and Cache
bridge, cau be taken advantage of. An em
bankment thrown up to ordinary high wa
ter will be, we may say, turned over to the
county us a present. Nothing remains,
after thecity shall have completed the work
upon which she is now engaged, but to
gravel the road, to rendet it one of the fin
est turnpikes to be found iu the country.
Another consideration (ami it is odd of
which our country friends should not lose
sight) is this: that about three-fourths of
the cost of the new road and of ' the im
provements upon tho other roads of the
ceunty, will be paid by the city of Cairo.
Our citizeus, ns a genera! thing, are will
ing, even anxious, to subject themselves to
the tax, feeling abundantly assured that
tho end will furnish them an ample recom
pense. Will the furmcrs of tho county join
mcm;orwintney, by voting against the
project, declare to the world that r
wretched mud roads aro as good as they
wanw vt e can only wait and sec,
For tho Cairo Bulletin.
One red roe blooming on the mountain,
From out walls margin growing,
Kreah aa If dipped within a fountain,
Ita perfumed llfu e'er flowing.
It camo each year, like myatlc blenlng,
To crown the flrnt of every June,
Then vauUhed 'uealh tlillglitcreain '
Of gentle wind and allver moou.
One dared to clanp lta acred brlgbtneoi,
Forthemaid whom he liadcuuten,'
But acarcely touched the marble's whltoucm,
I'utll with allent bnaom
He fell upon the ground foraaken,
Cold aathe marble by hlnilde.
Ilia young hoart ne'er ajjulu to 'wshen,
Audthored ronedled ttt eventide.
Received daily ut 50 Ohio Levee. Served
at all hours, day and night. Families sup
plied Selects at 50 cents per can, mediums
at 40 cents. A. Y. DkBacn.
Now on draft aud by the barrel, the cel
ebrated Jarvis Cobden cider, lor family use.
Strictly pure and very choice. Try it. At
New York Store.
We have several thousand dollars la ac
counts due Us in Cairo, and owing to our
present circumstances if people will. iuthc
next few days, come forward ond pay us
ilfiy cents on the dollar, we will give a ro
te;; t in full. Koeiii.i:!! Bitos.
39 Tins nv kxpiikk.
This celebrated Creamery Butter for sale
at Now York store by the tub and pound,
Every pound guaranteed the best, or money
Small tubs for family use. Best Butter in
tl.e world. C. O. Patier ACo.
Old time rr.rcf. tu the barber shop of
J. George Steiuhouse. on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bank. Good barbers,
eay chairs, sharp razors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 25 cents, shampoo
23 cents. t,nd other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
SMALL ADVEKTlsEM FATS.
LL Al'VERTISEMZNT In tliU nilsmu. of
i five hi..-" eai !i or ! til lie pnli!liipi furi'i
inr Mien- ln-rt:n: : 1 mnl:i. Lie; 3 moiiih" with
chatce. f :.(. J..T iimiith. Each Jdi!iuual
'j ceMs. Mtuv.tou wa.ii ted free.
norsE FOR SALE.
Cdlrs.'f U'i'S. un(! timi)er. iv to n.e
V.'snt C.e l...t ve.i: ;.l. Hu'jr.iru at Tu Bei.!.ZT..s
By a serIen.an a t.:. her iu public or privat
.;."j'.. Unit a .--t ura l.? certificate, and u .'".lit
i ii t k ib t!:t Latin. Fn-rn h acdtn-rmau 1st
f Addri'rt "I eucUer,' tare Fraiilc lkaley,
stoves ro:: sale.
1 ar- -j h-atlfii-atoM-o and uue lar-e fookine to
:.!) ,ji::i; tu th- rv.idmct part ot Thi Hi'Msm
'''"2:ujr. n? for a!e. -Appl)ou the premtwo.
II FAIdJCA ItTKR FOH FIN K ART HE? V fiOODS.
!;. Arrow. 7ar,'-t.. Mioutin O!ove v., at
(.'. W lIKNMKHsoN , Commercial aeL. cor
F:r." ?! nrravlnir, for a. Cannot lie
beusut of :b puhli.l.er f..r Wrr than J!J.On b.
Wi:: i.e .old c.ii.'iy fer f :o . euh. orihe fonrlur
-o is. Ei:q::!rv at The BcurriN bindery.
0Ngii oi'l pun hwi-r of Ileal Estate in ('':
Lu-lUi bv fare :hy have a good title. I urn r.i w
pre; ard to f:ir!.lsi.a-'siract at reawmab! rjt"
Ofl'.cc in Court Hooe.
T! c Vii.v,n f irm in Fuiai-ki conntr. oa tbelii,k
oi t!ir Ohio river. and 4 nnle from It. It. atatiuo.
:' 9' r - '! aer.. under fence. Orchard of nbieit.
15 acre. Has afrVme ilwelltugof (! rooms. Ouod
ci'teru. At a bar ''tin. Apply early.
it. J. llUVvLEi. K. E. Agent.
W YT TMiAr,ive P"tetoart a fieri-
J Jjl'''ru! As-'iita lor the tale o!V.-.r
re.p-orsble. Oooda ne rupldiv. We pay a ibry
er ii .iHcrsl commission on mien. From $; to
joi month c.u tnmW l;v live men Karecbamc
r.r makiior money Ad lress-TKIl MI'M MAM
FA i ri'lUM. CO , lti Monroe St.. Chliao. '
MKS. M. A. SAVANDER,
Wind r's Block. Corner Seventh street and C'nm
IlieK ial Avenue,
De!r. s to inform tin- laITen of Cairo find Vicinity
thut she h'.rf on hand ami "nvivtug dally, tllret't
from tin; Ks.tern cine., u r y lnrtlv iiuu complete
stock oJ Ladies and Missea'.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS.
I!(i!erv all :zi- and color- r etc. to one dollar
per pair, t orm ts, 4o eta. to Jj.rJ, imd full o-wra-me.:!
Ladies' Furnishing; Goods!
All the very latent desluna. price ns low aa poa
.eV.e Rtid jrooda marked in plain tlstirea. W ill not
be undersold. Cull uud examine. No trouble to
shew iroodi. LadleH who do not eo wbut they
want will pleas oask for if.
rjlHE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. IIALLIDAY, Proaldnnt.
II. L. IIALLIDAY; Vice-President.
J. II. SMITH, Actiug Cashier.
a. STAATfl TATLOU, w. P. nAJ.UDAT,
IIKNUV L. HALM1UT, 11, H. CCNNlNOHAtt,
f . B. WLLL1AJISON, CTEl'USN BlltU,
Exchange, Colli and United States Bonds
BOUUHT AND. SOLD. ; , v ,
Depoolta rc!u'd tti a general banking bualneai
conducted, '-u-.. .