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y II. MAREAN, M. D.,
HoiueonathU' riiyolclaii and Surgeon
rnmmemlnl avnuo. Reildpnca corner
t'ourt'cnin M. and Washington avenue, Cairo
J-).. E. W. W1IITLOCK,
ir.No. l:M Commarclal Aveuno, between
Kiuhib and Ninth titrwu
J)R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eiehtk Struct, near Commercial Avenue,
Notary Public am! Conveyance)'.
Ol'KlcE:-With the Wldowa' and oorpnana Jiu
ua) Aid Society .
WEOAK & LANSDEN,
i 1-T1CE So. 113 Commercial Avenue.
CAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE lElQ STATES.
Ou and after Monday, Juuc 18, the boat will make
the following trips:
Foot Fourth t.
10 a. in.
J p. in.
') a. ut.
S p. "
a p. m.
5 p. m.
10 a. m.
4 p. in.
8:30 a. ro.
10::!0 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
:'10 a. m.
Oil METROPOLIS AM) PADL'CAH.
Tin Kii -aut Sidewheel Passenger Steamer
l.eaies Cairo evcrv aftcrnook m .1 o'clock, for
Variiii'Hh. Metropolis -and wav l.ili Jinn". For
fp'ishi nrpasai:e apply to SOL. A. SILVER.
70 OHIO LEVEE.
Nod'n or dust bv munanrcs being exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a da;.
SEALED IN PINT DOTTLES,
Try il and see for yourselves.
:J) PINT TIC KETS ONE DOLLAR'.
Caih ou delivery of ticket.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS-.
(j D. "WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio .Levee
Boat Stores and Groceries,
Of all kind.
oi'kn Nicarr and day
Freah Drift and Gilt Ed. Bait-r. Oy.ter. and .11
ImimU nl ' I'm it wlii-n in i n(in. ou haud and deliv.
red promptly at realdenccs free. OyaU-ra delivered
( W. WHEELER,
Dealer mail klixl of
Hard Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
A SiKCI A.LTY-
WOOD AND COAL AI!D:
TmiMi Street, Between Washington ami
d kin i tin i'p in I
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
Hetwepri "Wtiahtngton imd Coin-met-ci.'il
A v., adjoining Hannya,
KKRPri firalcth(! brat Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, Hauaage, Ac, and la prepared to aerva
farnlllei In an acceptable manner.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTK11KD AT THE 1'OST OFFICE IN CAIltO, II
I.1N01S, AS HKCOND-CI.AHS MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COVNTY,
Only Morning: Dally in Southern Illiuols
PioNii Orrici. I
CtnO. III.. October HI. 1879. (
Time. Rar. Tbur. Hum Wind. Vel Weather.
:4fi a m :.
11:11 " 1W.4T
3:4(1 " 0.4i
Minimum Temperaiure. M ; Minimum Trm
peratnre, 37 i llumrail, o.uuiuon.
Perc't Signal Coma, U. 8. A.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
The business of the Illinois Central ami
the Cairo and Viiicennes railroads are doing
a larger business than ever before, (it this
season of the year.
Tommy Morgan took leave of his
Cairo friends yesterday evening. He goes
direct to Sioux City, Iowa, and thence,
after a short stay to Denver.
Mr. Oberly arrived iu the city yester
day morning, and will remain two or three
days, when he und Mrs. ()., who is still iu
the city, will return to Springfield.
The somewhat celebrated Harlem,
subjected to single harries?, makes au excel-
ent carriage horse. As a trotter lie gets
over the ground at quite n lively gait.
The Temperance reform movement in
cludes tobacc o as well as liquor, but its fol
lowing will be small as lung a a ciyar like
the "Faultless" can be bought for cents.
Sold by F. Korsmeyer.
Police business was unu.-nially active
during Octolicr, the number of anots
reaching oue .hundred and thirty-one a
greater number than during any previous
month for many years.
William Riddle entertained no purpose
to 't drunk; but druukennci-s came as the
natural consequence, of excessive drinking,
and Squire Comings mulcted William iu
the sum of oue dollar and cts.
We received a pleasant call, yesterday,
from Mr. Henry M. Hook, agent und cor
respondent of the New York Engineering
and Mining Journal.. Mr. 11. is in the city
in the interest of his Journal, and will
remain over until Monday.
According to Prof. Tiee's prediction,
the whole heavens will be ablaze at 1
o'clock in the morning, with shooting me
teors. Excepting the "star-tall ot iv.'.
the display iu the morning will be the
grantest ever witnessed by mortal eyes at
least somebody says that the Professor has
ventured that prediction.
Tom O'Breighon and wife were bought
before Squire Robinson bymswer a sworn
allegation that they, collectively, engineer
a house of ill-fame. The complaining w it
nesses having been sent to the calaboose for
certain peccadilloes of their own, were not
present to prosecute, so the O'lircigl.on firm
were sent adritt without day.
We direct attention to the advertise
ment of C. W. Wheeler iu this morning's
Rl'n.KTis. Mr. Wheeler supplies either
wood or coal in any quantity from a wagon
load to a hundred cars, and makes a spec
ialty of Bio Mlduy cuai.. Orders may be
left at his office and wood yard on Tenth
Mr. Thomus Morgan expected to leave
the city yesterday, for Colorado. He makes
the trip with the expectation of making
some point in that distant region his future
home. Morgan will be sadly missed in the
social circles of the city, iu which he was a
general favorite. In bis new veuture his
friends extend him all kinds of good wishes.
-The ferryboat Three States has
changed her time card. Until further no
tice sue win leave uuro at s ami iu a. m
and 2 and 4 p. m. She will leave the
M1890Uri landing a hulfhour later and the
Kcntuckv shore a half hour later, still
She will make four trips a day, except on
t, i i . i . i , ,
ounuay, wuen sue win uiaKe two, as
The case against Nat Prouty for viola
ting the Sunday liquor law, was taken be
fore Squire Comings, yesterday, by chango
of venue from Squire Robinson. Defend
ant's attorney, (ieorgc W. Hendricks,
moved to quash the writ because it did not
recite that Prouty was a saloon keep. The
Squire sustained the motion, and Prouty
for the time, is victorious.
At the instance of Rev. Father ZaUd
State's Attorney W, C. Mulkey has funi
ished a legal opinion on the right of the
husband to the custody and control of his
wile's remains. The opinion is upon
question that has been but rarely raised in
our courts, and its preparation, therefore
i,,volvci1 mwl t,",MK,,t nnd arch. It
11814 lwt!n lu'i""ieu Pamphlet form, aud
is iuhu to ne a cry auie paper,
Elder Marshall, of Beech Ridgo pre
cinct, has a three nights' sociable under
way. The cleverest men that put iu an
appcaruBce there are the candidates. They
inform themselves of the "sanitary condi
tion" of every negro young one in the pre
cinct, and their solicitude for the health of
tho colored men and women who happen
to be absent, is so friendly and sympathetic!
The kind-hearted fellows fairly slop over
with the milk of human kindness.
The proprietor of the second hand
clothing store on Conuneicial avenue near
Tenth, boarded a steamer at our wharf, a
few days ajro, and, in company with hi lit
tle son, took deck pmsiigo fur St. Louis.
CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNIKH, NOVEMBER 1. 1870.
On tho way up the old man had frequent
recourse to his private bottle, and before
reaching St. Louis fell headlong down the
hatchway, and killed himself. The body
was taken to St. Louis and there disposed of.
Tho little boy was put on tho cars and seut
back to Cairo.
The fire alarm sounded uboiit 10:30
o'clock last night was caused by the ap
pearance of fire upon the roof of one of the
hovels on FourtU street, between Washing
ton and Commercial avenues. The imme
diate cause of the tire was an unprotected
stove pipe through the ' roof. The Arabs
sounded the first alarm and were first upon
the ground and ready for business; but
the flames were extinguished before the
engines could get to work or much damage
Reform hall was completely tilled, last
uight, and everybody was amply repaid
for the time and trouble involved in his or
her attendance. John Lincgar made n
"rattling good speech," and was followed
by Mr. Wallace, of I)u Quoin, and Mr.
Brown, of Metropolis, both of whom ad
dressed themselves to the subject in hand
in a plain, practical, sensible manner.
Upon the whole, the meeting is considered
one of the best and most interesting that
has been held for several months.
John M. Mover, of Jonesboro. died ou
Wednesday last, and was buried
by the Odd Fellows, of which order lie
had long been au honored member. Meyer
had been olllicted about ten years with a
cances that finally eat aw ay the side of his
face and far iuto his throat. rendcrim; him
au object that was horrible to lo:k ".pi n-
He was a son of John U. Mover. !' '!xas,
who was a brother of Mr. Dr. Alter, of
Cairo. With John M.. perished the !a-t of
seven members of that branch of the
Mover family. He was about fitly yeais
of age, and leaves six childn n.
T'ne indications nil point to the elec
tion of Dr. Gihbs to the office of county
commissioner. It Tetrads nothing from
the Dm. fitness for the office, that lie is a
Republican. Polities are put aside in this
contest, and men will bo. as they should
be, measured by their deserts. The Dr. is
an intelligent man he knows the people
and the county and the needs At both. He
furthermore knows how those need- can be
most economically supplied and that's the
kind of a man the people w ant in the office
of county comniUsiouer.
The members of the Taxpayers" asso
ciation will be waited upon for their bi
monthly dues oir.Mouday next. It may en
courage cheerful payments forus to remark
that these dues w ill form the only e xpense
the members will incur. The ten per cent,
will not have to liu paid, tuxt year, as an
injunction has been luid right "at the roots
of the railroad interest tax," and no such
tax will be extended on the tax book. In
other words, the fight against next year's
ail road tax has already
been made, and
was succ csstul.
With the expectation of damaging him
among the colored voters of the city, some
of whom find it impossible to rise above
party prejudices, somebody has started the
report that Squire Summons is not a Repub
lican. To this report the Squire enters a
most positive and emphatic denial. He is
one of the oldest and most steadfast Repnb
licans of Alexander county. He doesn't
base his claims to the office of comity treas
urer ou that fact; but he wants to ileal fair
ly and squarely with the public, und have
no man vote against him on the Biipposi
tion that he is a Democrat. He has not
voted a I tenioeratic ticket, to his kuowl-
dye. during the past fifteen years.
The impression prevails among the
colored voters of Beech Ridge precinct, and
the lower portion of Gnose Island, that the
road tax amounts to fifty cents on the dollar.
md that, therefore, the colored man w ho
owns a team, worth fifty dollars, will be
compelled to pay a tax of twenty-five dollars.
The better informed opponents of the tax
are careful not to undeceive the mistaken
blacks, and the consequence is a violent op
position. The opponents of the tax have' as
a general thing, been quite unscrupulous as
to the means they have employed to brin
the tax proposition into disfavor oiiioni;
the country people.
In all parts of the city and county
there is a Browing disposition to make
Miles Parker the next County Assessor and
Treasurer. The reasons for this have been
assigned repeatedly, and very propi-rly have
grcit weight with the people. An old citi
zeji of the county, an intelligent man nnd
an honest man. he will give entire satisfac
tion as assessor, and everybody knows that
the public finds (if good fortune should pro
vide us any) could not pass into safer keep
iug. lie is, as we have frequently said, 'a
poor man ; but were he n younger man he
might not seek the .position to which he
asks the voters of the county to elect him.
If!. I. a ' . ! i .,
viui lo-inorrowe issue oi 1 llli llci.I K
tin will end our means and opportunity for
impressing upon the voters of Cairo tho im
portance of a large affirmative vote upon
the road tax proposition to be passed U)0n
next I tiesday. By authorizing the tax levy,
no tax payer m thenty will reulic any in
crease of taxes, over the levy of hist year,
lor the inciensc. will not be appreciable
The proposed road is a great present need
mnl to refuse to supply the need Would be
'teadvcrtine ourselves as close-ll.-tcil, and as
lacking in energy nnd public spirii.cilnet.s
bi;t the voters of Cairo show theirnclvo
equal to the requirements of the times, and
the proposed turnpike will becomo auas
Mired thing of the early future.
Under the inspiriting influence of
good crops, resumption, our heavy balance
of trade one or ull of these, even the
fish bito better than formerly. Our fisher
men cutch larger fish and uioic of them.
Our attention being attracted, yesterday,
to a skinned catfish, about the size of a
No. Cannon stove, we wer told by
the individual who caught it that ho had
taken in three, during the week, that
weighed, respectively, 00, 70 and 113
pounds. Fish that weigh over forty pounds
find no sale, as the "grain" or fik'r is
coarse, aud the flavor is uot so good us
that of the smaller fishes. By the cut or
slice the retail price in from five to six
cents. Bass, "goggle-eyes" and small
peich, sell for from eight to ten cents, and
generally are in quite active request
General Raiitn, with whom many of
our readers are personally acquainted, has
become a violent stickler for State integrity,
and was about to decapitate a Vir
giuia revenue officer, a few days ago, be
cause, as he supposed, the officer favored a
partial repudiation of the State debt. The
Mt. Carmel Register, discussing the geiier
al's personal integrity, has to say that "he
betrays more interest in the honor of Vir
giuia than in his own. "Here in Egypt",
continues the Register, "he was absolutely
unrivalled as a beater of newspapers. He
was never known to pay for bills, tickets,
subscription or campaign printing of any
kind. We doubt if there is a paper in the
old l:Jtb or lllth Illinois Congiessjonal dis
tricts that has not G. B. Raum's name on
its blacklist. His Waterloo in 1571 was
latgely caused by his efforts to bi'.k the
printers." The Waterloo to which the
Register ivters. was the defeat he sustained
in the race with Crebs.
Railroad companies at times, move in a
mysterious manner. They deal with their
employes bluntly, gruflly and imperiously.
They issue edicts without deiuniuir to a-
ign reasons therefor, and are as unreason
able and overbearing, at time-, as a village
provost marshal in war times. (Juite a
number of the employes of one of the lead
ing roads, here, recently received notice
that their service would not be required
after a certain dale; an 1 all of them pro
fess to be in the dark as to the when fores.
To an honest num. who is conscious of bis
fidelity to the interest, of the company,
such treatment is very easp"ratin.r. He
s entitled to a word of explanation in any
event; and a the indivcmm. who would
refuse to extend such an explanation,
would be held a boor or a petty tyrant,
corporations are neither so high nor so low
that they can hope to e-rape like ccii-ure.
The honest, faithful employe, thus dis
missed, is placed at a disadvantage before
the public, and the hw should h fiord him
-Harry Rowland arrived in Cairo Thurs-
lay night, from Vitksburg. en route for
Cincinnati and points farther east. Never
of a robust mould, he is now but a mere
keletoii of his former self. He has suffered
for a year or more lrom a:i attack of chronic
liarrhea. A consumptive before that time,
his right lung was entirely Kone when he
was attacked by the diarrhea. Visiting the
Hot Spring iu the hope ot curing the last
rilment. the waters aggravated his cough,
so that when he left that place, disease ,;el
secured a terrible hold upon his left lung.
How sadly these diseases have preyed upon
him. can only be understood by those who
have seen him. He retain.- ali his old am
mutioni however, and Uurows no uuhappi
ness by auguring ol the future, lb- thinks
he will iat a venr, but entertains no hope
whatrver. of recovery. He intended to go
forward by the cars this morning, and per
haps did so.
William Holden. of Unity or. cinct, was
in the citv, yesterday, wi:n ins team.
With good roads, his team makrs the trip
to Cairo in four hours, and as he can,
should occasion require it. haul back a fuli
ton of farm or family supplii s. be has no
use for the narrow-gauge or any other
means of communication. What is true of
Mr. Holden is true of half the farmers of
Alexander county. Vet strange to suv,
they are, almost unanimously, opposed to
the proposed road, that olfeis them such
cheap, convenient and reliable communica
tion with Cairo and with one another. The
city ot Cairo, with a generosity that reflects
credit upon her people, proposes to pay
three-fourths of the cost of the road
and to expend all the mon?y outside of the
city, yet the country people, vitally inter
ested, us we have shown, refuse to join and
co-operate with them! In this age of the
country such opposition is utterly unac
countable. THE GILBERTS LAST NIGHT. TO-DAY
AND THIS EVENING.
' The Gilbert troupe, now occupying the
boards of the Atheneum, is the best comedy
company, whether taken as a whole or iu
detail, that ever visited Cairo. Embracing
no indifferent material, the casts arc always
good and reliable, and the performances, us
a consequence, pass off smoothly, harmoni
ously and artistically.
A fair house greeted the company
last night, aud, after the light introductory
came the "Mosquito Overture," u very clear,
catching and pleasing instrumental
melange, taking the audience w ith a round
The entertainment concluded with "Mos
quitoes," anew musical builesquo comedy
wtlttcn eiprcsaly . for the "Gilberts,'1 l y
Frank Rogers, Esq. "MosquitocB" was in
deed a burlesque and a most amusing oue.
It Is a satire on the theatrical profession,
full of situations, puns, parodies mimicry,
music und dancing, making one after the
other of the comical caricatures con
vulse their patrons with laughter.
KatiCilbert, perhaps Is most attractive,
yet Belle Gilbert is equally as handsome
and the best vocalist. Jennie Gilbert has
the habit of trying to tell about the compa
ny she last traveled with which she is
never ullowcd to explain. Mr James Gil
bert is the Comedian; Mr. Hairy B. Bell,
the Tragedian, and Mr. I). R. Young, the
huppy Boniface and friend all versatile
nieretorious actors and gentlemen.
"Mosquitoes" will foun the programme
this afternoon, and while the parents of the
city are making arrangements to attend
they should uot forget that the comedy is
adapted to the comprehension of the little
oues, all of whom should be permitted to
attend, and enjoy it as we feel confident
"Lady Audley's Secret" and "Dodging
for a Wife" ore the attractions for this even
ing. As the last entertainment is to be
tlif best, let every seat be taken.
For the Cairo Hull.'tiu.
THE PROPOSED ROAD - SHALL
lln! Ye men of Cairn!
"There is a time for all things." "There
is a tide in the affairs ot men which, il taken
at the flood, leads on to fortune."
A highway or no highway, as a perma
nent link between Cairo and the agricultur
al regions of the north aud west, is the
question to be solved by her voters next
Tuesday. To not vote, or to vote against
the proposed highway, would exhibit a
grievous want of a correct understanding of
the welfare ot C;iiio, to sj,y nothing of the
welfare of more than three-fourths of Alex
ander county, and a large portion of Pulaski
county, together.ultimately, with the borders
of Massac, Johnson and Union counties.
The benefits which would follow the con
struction of such a roal would be mutual
and almost incalculable. Snows, rains and
river inundations, would no more cut off
the traffic between city and country. Mar
ket wagons ami all road vehicles would
traverse the highway from country to city,
and from city to country, continuously,
from the beginning to the ending of the
year. Hi he rich or poor, such a road
could and would bring only blessings to
every man iu the city. The little pittauce
of tax, " which would be necessary
to pay for the building of said road, would
each year be restored in substantial bene
fits more than ten fold. Let no man w ho is
gifted wilh the power of thought, be hood
winked by d'-siguing intriguants, who are
probably in the pay ot rival cities, or ad
verse interests, that would willingly see
Cairo's name blotted from the catalogue of
trade. The mere fact of any citizen ofi
Cairo opposing the proposed road is evi
dence of his being influenced by one or the
other of the following motives or condi
He is actuated by an unfriendly power
to Cairo; he is seeking to curry favor with
lu r lukewarm friends, and her known ene
mies. He is acting from personal and pee
vish spite toward some Cairo man or men
who want the road. ' He is deceived by
mistaking his ill formed opinions for the
cream of wisdom. Or finally,.;. Iu-,
is mayhap, floundering in the mental
miduightism of irii-ponsible hallucination.
Let us hope, however, that ou election day,
not one single vote will be cast against the
sorely needed road, in Cairo, a road which
would injure no honest man, and, which
like the rains ot heaven, would shower
blessing upon the jut and the unjust alike
Why should we not !iere say a word for
the vicinage of Cairo.' The building of
this proposed road would turu this robber's
den of hrush and semi annual lagoons, in
a few years, into astonishingly productive
garden and fields whose abundance and
the proceeds thereof would drop like the
grateful tears of a redeemed man into the
liusom of his deliverer. Cairo cries to-day
to her conseivatois, to give !it nil inland
avenue to the products of the country.
Let no man turn a deaf ear to lu r demands.
They are honeralile, they are just they are
due. Crown this trio of honor, justice and
desert, next Tuesday, with success.
Oi toiler :ilsl., 18;i'. VfcKlTAo.
A 1. 1ST OK I.KTTKr.s 11 KM A INI Mi I'M M.I.M)
FOII IN THE I'OSTOH'K'K AT CAIiiO, II. , NO
V KM lll.lt 1st, 187!).
Aker, A'iilie Mis;
Hur.kD.er. i!elia Mr.OJ);
lliitlen, Mary Mis;
Hetord. Suiin, Mr ;
lluyver, Mary Ml:
Ilroutfe, Annie Miss;
(ireen, Parthenla Mrs. ;
Hester. Kudu Mr ;
Robertson, Martha Mr,;
bnitth, Alder R. ;
Herel, Mary Mis:
ilaiiil, Amanda Mr;
Brown, Annie Mr. ;
Callnhuu, Kiibj Mr,;
llHviilmin, Mza Mrs. ;
Eaton, NHruh Mis:
Helm, H. E. Mr.;
Brown, Charlie (coll.
fieunclt, .lim. W.;
Ctimmiuit, V. .1 ;
Ksqtic, J, K.;
Hauler, Alex ;
Herkheet, l.ouls c);
Caldwell. Tom l.atit. ;
Den it. W.;
Kurnbaker, .f no. ;
Falke, l ha.. A. ;
(Ireeu, Ja. A
iiuaiie. w, A.
Hill. Turner lo Mm. Eniis;lnniiini(, It.;
Jackson, J. W
Norment, Klin (col. ;
I'usly, iIhm, C;
Kendall, lien. ;
llobertaon, Tho ;
Sinltli, Lord, d ull si . ;)
Tohen. John ;
London, .la. A ;
Miirden. Ed ;
Reynold, Frank, tul.;i
Smith, J. W.:
Hlnulebnr'!. J. R :
Thompun. Mr. ;
IVIniince. F. ;
Wilson. Tho. O.;
I'liinse iv adsvitliud. when cull Inn for the above,
I' Iters. i. V. Mi KKAiti, Poaliuailer.
Received daily at DO Ohio Levee. Served
at all hours, dny and night. Families sup
plied Selects at fiO cents per can, mediums
at 40 cents. A. Y. DkBavn.
Old time imiiceh nt tho barber shop of
J. George Steinhouse, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Bunk. Good barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, clean towel., etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 25 cents, shampoo
','5 cents, and other work proportionally l'
Remember the pluce.
SMALL ADVERTISEMENTS," "
A I.I. AUVEKTISKMENTH In thia column, of
dve linen each or lens Hill be published fori''
cent evcrv Insertion: 1 month, l.W;a mouth with
out tiMDe, fi.uo i.cr month. Each additional
Hue, 5 cculs. .situation wanted free.
Hit; OYNTEH Lt'NCII.
Al Sprlni;' faloon formerly Jackelai corner
Twelfth street mid Washington avenue, Snlurndy
nlvht at So, clink. ,
Ily a eentlmnan a teacher tn public or prlvit'i
school. Huh a first Rrade certificate, and la quail
lied to teach the l.titiu. French and Herman lan
Kuacc Adilrem "Teacher.' tare Frank llea'.ev,
Ilh'ADO.l'AHTEns Full KINK AHCHKf'Y (iOODS
liows, Arrow. Taru'etH, Shootlnu (ilove. etc., at
('. W. IIKNDKItsoN'N Commercial avei..e. i )r
Fine steel euuruvinns, for alc. Cannot t
houifht of the publisher, for le thnu ch.
Will he sold sin'lv for Jin 00 eib. orlhe fourior
S-KUK). Enquire at Tint Uu iktin bindery.
Ow suits mnl purchasers of Heal Estate In Cairo
should he sure they have a good title. mi nnw
prepai'i-d to furnish abstract al reasiniabl rales
Ollli t In Court Hons..-
A i"'rlc. of 5io. 3 1, ethic caps and lower cj,.
partly worn, but suitable for poster or protfrainmo
work, consisting of brevier, lour primer, pica. i;ri'
prim -r. paraxon anil double eiitflish letter and
rlL'iiri' full itud complete, without sci r'i)
The Winston farm In I'ulnskl louiitv. on the bank
of the Ohio riu-r. aud 4 mile from il. It rtiori,
I HI ncre o aire, nnder fence Orchard of aho'.t
I'acri . I lu Iraine dwellnij; of h rooms. Ooo.
ciso-rifc At a bnrain. Applvcarlv.
M..I. How"' LEV, li E. A-. it
V YP ? I lM"a parties toad a. (.ei,
) 4'A1 J. 1J 1 "f"l Ac't nts for the sal ofo-.r
re.p -l iable, f.ood n:ll rapidly. Wfiy .nh:
or it iibi-ral commisi-ion ou sales. From $bJ0 t
$-41 month can be made hy llr men l(nn luci,
m ikitii money Ad Ires.-THIl MPIl M AM
I At I'l HIM. C(i . llii Monroe M . , ChkaiM.
Coru-r W'4.:i!njtoii a. one sd Eight .v.---'..
CAIRO. : : ILLINOIa
A full and roaiete supply of the be! of 'l
ALL SORTS, SIZES AM) fsTYLK.S.
Also M.mufru-turcrofd Di aler in
TIN. COPPKP. A- SHKKT-IROX WAP.B.
f"AI t. Ill Ml- or .IOB UI,!K KUNE in (tmir.'IJ
NO. ST. K.IIillTH STREET.
CAIUO, : IU.IXOH
f C. FORI),
Variety Bracket Store
Coniinereliil Avenue Comer Ninth Street.
caiho, : : : Illinois
Winter's Block. Cornet' Seventh street and Com
Ib slii s to Inform the Indies of Cairo and Vieinit
Hint she ha on hand and receiving duilv, direct
trolll the Eastern cities. very lHI'.'e U( compliiM
stock el Ladles' and M1m '.'
TRIMMED AND UNTR1MMF.D HATS.
Hosiery all size aud colors -K cts. to one doll.ir
per pair Corsets, In cts. to $J.NI, and full assort
Idiilies' Furnishinir d'ooils!
All the very latest dealgn. Price nalow aapos
sible and K'M'd marked In plain flenree. Will nol
he undersold. Call and examlue. No trouble to
show ((ood Ladle who do nut eve what they
wunt will pica nask for I'.
T"E CITV NATIONAL BANk
W. P. IIALMDAY, Pre.ldeut.
II. L. HALI.IDAV, Vice-President.
J. H. SMITH, Actlnu Cahler.
H. KTAATM TATIIR. W. r. HAIXtDAT,
HKNKY L. MAl.t.lDsV, R. II. Ct'MNINIIHAV,
c. u. k'iu.iamon. Tnenr.N utuu,
Exclnuiarc Coin and United States Bottd,
BOVOtIT AND SOLD.
nepoii received ar., t general bnaklnn binlucn