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Tho thormoiiiKlor. nl 2 M.. Mn.i.1
In the shndo.jl '
Thoro wa no cnn.il melius 1hI
night. No quorum.
Ileerwarl, Orth k Co. sm working n
tho roof, of tho new kIiiwI house. . .
-IvWRrtnbl trMln(fi-Tln visrrin.ue
HtK-niknce At th Sorm School corner,
tnni' ccri'monlM at CnrKyiilnle t"-Kv.
-The New rki?tirl sold .K ftOO
i,,oro&.MMhisvoAr llmhT.lurlnsmiy ..lli--r
year ince the store was ociiel.
Chnsol, n nnft ornstnentni ring of
wery pattern uro innoV in order hy
Tho flro coinvrntiins turned out to the
funeral of Holme and Dnvln this riftcr
BOon. Thounfortiinnteinon were hurieil
t Villa ltldgc.
-Ennlre, of tho Anierieim Itostaurnnt,
will soon open out nhove Pat Fltzgcrnlcl'
mloon. Ho Ik tilting up room anil knowj
how to dish up nn excellent meal.
To the exclusion of our umal Inside
vnrloty wo give jlnco to-dixy to tho ml
drcis of the Constitutions:! Convention to
thcpoople ofllllnok It U n document
which every voter should carefully rend.
Drlitol & Stlllwcll advertise the
fragrant Palmetto cigar. II. Sc S. keep no
thing liut fine goodi on hand, and these
c gun are ft good h cheap and pormlnr.
Call on them mid take n pull'.
Wo have not Wen Informed as tn the
Inicntloni of Louts Herbert and Walker
and Sistot hut, f)f course, they will go
into business again, llow can the city
get along without suoh energetic hulne
No less than twenty dog doRi of all
degree of viciousnei and wortlilb'tneM
-let upon a llltlo xiy on Nineteenth
itrect lnct nlglit, and hut for tho interfer
ence of a negro woman, would, probably,
havo torn the child to piece.
Juki received at V. NeiTV, No. 71', Ohio
Levcc, a splendid lot of spring Cnssiiiiores,
Coating and Vesting, which will be made
up in tho most fiishionnUe stales, and at
prlcei to suit the time, a perfect fit guar
ant.ted or no talo. tf
Jack Winter wa nl.sont from tho
city, when the flro incurred yesterday
morning. Ho will bo disconsolate for a
mouth. "What an opportunity hu lot to
diiplay hi i sVlll at the business for which
he I moil peculiarly adapted.
The Miool Directors of thi District
will hold regular niMlng on tho first
Jlonday of every month, in the ollice of
Mfetr. Allun Weld. .V lltitler. All per
son hnving cliilin nptintt tho District
will nle'o iiri'-wit thorn for nlhittniivn,
Jewclt Wilcox, of tho .St. Charles,
was victimized by ItngoM, the Mark Tvwiln
Innocent' Abroad agent, and hus prepared
an elaborate sketch of the life of that
Innocent Abroad, which he propose to
publish in t.'e Unllttl'm.
Cool, airy and splendidly ventilated
roomi, can bo hud at the .Slut (jharle,
with lkard, during tlm'hot summer mentis,
at rtrtf hiic'prirtt. "Fntnllhw can bo ac
comodated during the nbovo lierlixl, with
our most desirable rooui, at m Inmr ttnlutt
inn from rcjjulnr rate. dtf
The colored folks, of Klder llrown t
tlock, and bit friends marched through the
itri-ott thlt morning, and embarkeil on the
OJd-Fcllow for Caledonia, whore thoy
have doubtlcii had a plvntant time to-duy.
Thev wcreall neatly dred, andpreienti'tl
Mt appearance of thrift which 1 wry ere.
dltable to their Industry and tact.
J. Oco. StcInuouK formi-rly of Hie M.
Charles Hotel, ha opened a barber ihop
ut Ih" corner of Llghth treet and Com
rajreial avenue, (I'erry Houe) and with
ttiliful axlitanU i prepared to execute all
bminLi Incident to the profe-lou in the
m(Xtclcntillc manner, and to the full nt
ni'uctlon of hU cutomer. aplWdlm
-A great prowuroupon ourlocal column
tiuring tho pan few day, excluded a num
b r of local paragraph, and among other"
that in which wp acknowledged tho compli
ant of a delightful Mironadu from lien
btr. r i Uno trips band. Mr. Isenberger
ii in accoiiipllsed niuiiclan, of great verm
t of ulent, and a gcntfi'inan alio. Hit
tat, In one of the'b'Mt over organlnod in
Cairo, mid wem to bo in request when-
ver thre it a call for floNsla" cotillion
--The puUle ichool teacher, wlihlng to
partieipau in nt corner-itono ceremoiiiei.
m Carloridlo to-day, adjourned nchool
until to-morrow. Wednesday morning.
Ai the Carboadl dciaonitration U mi af
Tiilr in which the iMlucutor of rjouthern
Ullnoii teel a lively Intornt, tho attend
anceof the Cairo teaeher, even at tho
aciiacjof a day i ichool. cun verv readily
bfcexcuied. ltideod, fcdmrc'on thoir
part to jiartlcipatc In t)1(1 ccremonle,
might bo charged U a waut of zeal in the
cauie to which they ste devoting them
selves. t A regular convocation of Cairo Chap.
VVcr No. 71 It. A. M. will bo held at
Masonic Hall this (Tuesday) evening ut
b o'clock. M. L. DUNNINO.
If anv of the profvs.ional billlurduu
should couv' to tho city c would whiui
them to go to Pat Fitzgerald's suloon. He
has excellent tables, and is a rlrver and
rourtooutioMt , (
IXCIDKNTS. ACC1I)K.TK, ETC.
The Are, yesterday morning, wa, nil
thing ron.!dorrJ, tho litosl dlsiftrous tlint
ever occurred In Cairo. Tho building, or
block, was ouo of tho largcfl ntid tnot im
jioilng in tho city. Unleia tho iiisurnnco
comiiAnief concerned conclude to rebuild
it, we apprcliamt that many month", possi
bly year, will elnpjo boforo tho ugly gap
will he filled by building as fine and col1y
a? thoo destroyed.
lfndertandlng thutlil rear fence wa
on (Ire, (Sou. E. O lmstoad, Tho. Pavin,
and .lame Holme went back toextinguih
it. llefore thev returned, tho rear portion
of the toiitli wall of the burning building
toppled and foil, burying Duvin anil
Holme in the ritlibiih nnd killing them
almot lntnntly. Olnntcad, fortunately,
had taken a position about eighteen iuchc
bevond tho reach of the w'all,
Thi! front wall of tho burnt building re
mained itanding, endangering tho live of
all jiamers-by. About 5 o'clock p. m. ropo
wcro fattened about Its support, and n
strong; pull' altogether brought the whole
maw, with n great crash, to tho ground.
Tho balanco of tho south tide-wall foil out
ward, at tho amc time, crashing In tho
roof of tho adjoining franio building and
everything beneath It, all tho way down to
tho baicmcnt lloor.
A manv in b half dor.cn individuals
were greatly oxapcratod during tho pro
gress of tho Aro beeauso "nobody would
work." A closo wateli was kept upon
thcfe samo fellows nnd it was found that
If ono thing was more obnoxious to them
than another it watho work thoy were o
anxious for other to perform. They did
nothing but talk not oven otiiuch as the
lending of a hand to lighten up tho hoo.
How icohW this world havo got along if
the'o men hadn't been born 7
.loo Aboil, covered with dust, nnd en
veloped in snioko, catno dashing out of ono
of tho cellar, carrying nn old dish pan.
"Now d n her," ho remarked, looking
spitefully at tho building, "let her burn."
It was tuWqucntly ascertained that tho
dlh pan had been thrown nwny.
It was apprehended that tho front
portion of tho upper sldo wnll would crush
In -Mr. "White' storehouse, n tho rear por
tion had crushed his warehouse To pre
vent such a disaster, a carpenter, nt great
hazard of life and limb, planted stiong
braces from tho wall of tho Imperilled
building agalmt tho threatening wnll.
Shortly afterward, tho wall went crashing
Inward. Hut for this precaution, tho dls
ater would probably havo been Increased
by tho demolition of Mr. White' store,
It was with somo difficulty that u looker-on
at tho Hro yesterday morning, could
keep hi terrier from ruhlng Into the red
hot roaring mast of bricks and burning
tlmbors. With every crash of falling wall
th Insane jiurp Imagined that at least a
hundred rats were calling him to combat.
Thero were two nlarms of lire last
night occasioned by the burning dtbrhut
thu late innllagratlon ono at 1 1, tho other
at about 12 o'clock.
The flreinen of the city are Inn dilapi
dated condition, all of them sore and tired,
and mativof them wounded.
Tho lllliernlan Flro Company won
golden opinions from all sorts of people.
From tho tlmo the flro began, at hair-pasi
3 until 0 o'clock in tho morning, thoy kept
a continuous stream of water playing on
the tire, and during tho day turned out
several time, all hand at tho break, Jo
keep tho Humes or tho burning dobrls from
spreading to the buildings adjoining. Mc-
Hale, the i're-idont, displayed great ener
gy and held his men well in hand. He has
made thu company a valuable acquisition
to our (Ire department, nniTdesorve for hi
gratuitous labors In this regard, the thanks
of every property-holder In the city.
-I)va T. Parker, ltov. C. F. Foolo,
ltobt. Smyth, Dr. lrighaiii, A. 11. Salford,
Henry Candee, Dr. Dunning, und Thoma
Hallldav, were conspicuous nt tho break
of the engine, yesterday morning at the
fire. They were Indefatlgablo In their la
bor to extinguish the tlamcs.
nil.MNUtl AM) II AI It (iOUl.
.Mrs. Addiu Huek, between Ninth and
Tenth t reels, has Just relumed to Cairo
with ii beautiful stock of iiilllliiory and
halrirood.'. all kinds of hair ornament,
riblHius, net, etc. She has the latest stylo
of drc hats for ladles' and children' sea
sides. Framesof all shape and color, and
illusion of everv shade. Herstoek of artl-
ilelal flowers cannot bo surpasicd in Cairo
.Mrs. Ituck will dress hair In any deslrablo
stvle. havltiL' visltod tho hair driving
tabllhment In the Southern Hotel and of
Madamo Camboll, in St. Louis, w'.thanoyo
to thiiesneeliil bencflt of her customer In
t!t IMltLIIILK III.KXIKII.
Nothing will restore tho skin of tho
heud to its original fairness, after It has
been turned of a copper color with ha
dye. Yet none of them will produce the
rich natural hair shade, brought out by
the use of Phalon' Vltalla, or Salvation
for tho Hair, a preparation clear and trans
parent, and which does not stain the skin
Sold by all tho druggM and fancy good.
HOI IE Hl'KUtU AMI THIKSTV!
Kntsw yo that at tho Egyptian Brewery
Saloon, corner of Tenth streot and Wash
ington avenue, can bo found, in their
greatest purity, AVoiss Beer, Seller, Kisseii.
iren and Soda "Waters, the real, genuine A
I No. 1 Imager Beer nnd "Wine, Liquor,
1 i.i ... 1
Cold or hot meal set to order. "Come,
listen to tho mockIng?bird!' !
May 6, WO, . , , dim
The Cairo Bulletin,
THE CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
A MKW AnilANOKSfKNT.
Wo announced yostorday (with feelings
of exultation, we confcxi) that tho Fonn
sylvanla Central railroad had socured a
lease of thn Cairo & Vinccnncs railroad,
and would resumo immediately tho work
of construction whero Oon. Iturnsldo loft
off. We were Informed that tho arrange
ment had been cirected in the name of the
"Western railroad consolidation or associa
tion, but that this was but another naino
for tho Pennsylvania Central. That there
are facts to warrant this conclusion wo
hall not insist, bccatiso wo do not know.
The foundation for tho report that tho
Cairo ic Vlncenncss road had boon leased
to parties who will push it through to an
early completion, may bo found In an In
strument of writing filed by a gentleman
in soiiin manner connected with tho Fonn.
Central, wllh tho Circuit Clork of this
county for record, and such assurance as
tho gentleman gave, orally, to parties In
terested in tha success of tho enterprise.
Tho Instrument of writing-a voluminous
document recites tho details of tho leoso
of the Indianapolis and Vlnconnos road in
perpetuity to tho Indianapolis, Cincinnati
and Lafayctto railroad company; tho Co
lumbus, Chicago and Indiana Central
company; and tho Pittsburg, Cincinnati
and St. Louis Company. To thlt lease,
executed nearly two years ago, thoro is an
addendum, by which Ucnllurnsldo agrocs
that tho aforesaid parties or companies
shall have the right to a perpetual lease
and tho perpetual use of a lease, by con
tract or otherwise, of tho b'alro and Vin
ccnncs railroad, botween Cairo, Illinois,
and Vlnconncs, Indiana, at a rental of
$2,100 per milo por annum, payable semi
annually, and for a certain sharo of tho
tuirplus dividends, etc. This is tho only
referenco'to tho Cairo A; Vinccnncs rail
road to bo found In tho Icasoor instrument
of writing filed with tho Circuit Clerk for
record. There may bo supplemental agree
ments stipulating for a commencement and
completion of tho road; but wo do not
know of any. All report, therefore, that
work will bo commenced immediately and
pushed through vigorously, aro outsido of
tho record, although they may bo strictly
THE GERMAN SCHOOL PICNIC.
A UAbA DAY AT TUB rx.BR A
The German School Picnic, at the Flora
Garden yesterday, was a grand success
Tho occasion was ouo long to bo remem
bered with pleasure The little folks, under
tho care of Prof. "Wcirching and hit estim
able lndv. enlovcd themselves In
games, nnd other pleasant pusttlines
whllu their sonlors, to very excellent music
by tho "Wlttig, w hiled away tho hours In
the pleasure of tho dance. Mr. Young, of
tho Garden, who had tendorod It to
tho school freo of chargo, was vory atton
tivoto hi visitors, and enrnod much ap
nhiuio bv hi uniform kindness and
In the evening, members of tho Singing
Club of tho Turners who wore present.
sang several pieces, and there wa a great
deal of fun and hilarity. At about nine
o'clock, uiNiu tho call of tho company, t.t
iiilre llross mado a brief addros In tho
German languago, which was frequently
applauded by his hearers. Hu was fol
lowed In a few remarks by .Mr. Ubcriy.anu
shortly after, tho company retired well
pleased with thu featlvltics of the day,
The telegraph has informed tho public
that Mr. McFarland (or Hlchardson) was
the other dnv taken seriously 111. On Sun
day she so far recovered as to lw able to
start on a Journey to rsow Orleans, and
will probably pass through Cairo to
morrow. If shu docs, she will undoubt
edly visit Pat Fitzgerald's Sun Flower Sa
loon, and settle hor nerve by copious
draughtsof his Cincinnati Lager Jiccr, o
which article ho always keeps on hand i
fresh supply, and give it away for 0 cents
n L'lasi. ifshn will not drink bis beer, sho
will not su'roly go back on his One whls-
. .. - . i . in
kles, lirnmilos, wine aim cigars j as wm
not also the public. Mr. McFarland and
thoiiuhllo know that Pat FiUcerald know
how to keep suloon, and thoy will patron
l7.ii nun sure. u
TIIK Bt'HNT UIMTHICT TO BSC
Mr. Scott White, whose business house
wa somewhat Injured yesterday, by the
falling walls of tho St. Nicholas Hotel, has
concluded to havo the building removed
and tint up In its place a new brick build
lug, ono hundred and ten feet deep, on
Sixth street, of the width of the lot, and
two stories above the Levee. Ho proposes
to go at tho work Immediately, and ex
pects to havo It complotcd, and be In tho
now house with a new stock otnow goods,
by tho 1st of September noxt.
Vo have also been informed that ar
rangemcnts will bo mado to rebuild the
houses destroyed by tho flro yesterday
morning, and that a brick building will bo
erected on tho site of tho house lately oc
cupied by Mr. (Jcorgo Olmstead.
Theso facts show that thoro 1 life and
vim in our business men, and that they
have confidence in tho futuro of the city.
Thero will be a public examination of
applicants for teachers' certificates at the
High School room, on Friday the 12th
Inst., beginning at tho hour of 2 o'clock
P. M. L. P. BUTLER,
County Superlnteiidentof School, Alexan
.May 17th, 1870.
The office of Green Sc Gilbert, lawyer,
is now In rooms 7 and 11, over the City
Hit FIm Stock ofUooth, Saved from
tho Flam, to bo Hold at Astonish
ingly Low Figure.
HOSM FORMERLY OCCUPIKD BY
t RARE CHUCK FOB BillUAlXK.
Mr. Scott White, whoso
plcndid display of goods mode such a
narrow cscapo from tno names on
yesterday morning, but which was saved
in an undamaged condition, has deter
mined to close out the stock oven to the
last tpool of thread, so that ho may go
Into tho new building which he
it about to erect, with
now stock, embracing all tho now styles
of goods, and now fashions. In pursuance
of this determination, ho will open out his
goods In tho room occupied by Hayncs &
Sloo, and will sell at figurt no low that
tomptiUioH will no longer eonlat with him
the control of the Dry Uoodi marM or
Cairo, His aro not bogus goods, that aro
purchased from damaged and condemned
itockt,butTHE FINEST THAT COULD
BE FOUND IN TIIK EASTKKN
MABKET, AND MB. BCOTT DEFIES
ANY MERCHANT OF THE OITV
TO SELL THE SAME QUALITY OF
GOODS AT FIGURES AS LOW AS
HE HAS PLACID UPON HIS. Here,
then, is a chanco for bargains, and tho
public should avail themselves of it.
ludgo Corcoran was called, on Saturday
last, to hold an Inquest on the dead bo.ly
of u man found floating in the Ohio oppo
site the old fort. Tho body was much de
cayed, having bcon In thu water probably
month. Tho clothlngeoiislstcdof n grey
coat, black pant and brogan shoes. In a
tin box In tho pantaloons pocket were fouml
twenty-eight dollars and sixty cents in
irrccnback and fractional currency. No
letters or papers or marks upon tho cloth
ng weru found to Indlcato the unfortunate
man's placo of residence His height was
about five feet six Inches, and Ills ago was
supposed to bo thirty-eight or forty years.
Thclury (of which Ed. bhunncssy was
foreman) arrived at the conclusion that the
deceased came to hit death by accidental
drowning. Tho inonoy found upon thu
body wo, or will be, paid over to tho
Thus are the remains of another human
being put away to rot and be forgotten
hi parents, friend, perhaps a wifo and
children, anxiously waiting and watching
for hit coming hoping, lonrioc for a re
union with him, which, now, It appointed
for the eternal world.
THE FAIR ON THE SIXTH OF JUNE.
BXTENtJIYK PREPARATION FOR A
Tho liberality of tho cittr.cn of Cairo,
who aro determined that this city shall bo
mado ono of the greatest tobacco market
of tho Sonthwost, has put Into tho hands of
tho Planter "Warehouse Company tho
means to mako the tobacco fair on tho Cth
of Juno noxt, n grand affair. Everybody
in the city It taking an interest in tho af
fair, and arrangements aro to bo consum
mated for a "spread'' such a has neve
yet been soen in Southern Illinois. Gold
premiums and good victual, with
iiny quantity of good drink'
ing fluid, aro attraction which no
teller of tobacco can resist, and wo expect
to teo in tho city on the Cth a larger crowd
than wa ever hero beforo on any occasion
Tho Planters Tobacco Warehouse Com
pany is ablo to makobood all its promise,
and offer to the nubile no inducement)
which it hat not tha ability to mako good
n performance. It 1 built upon a sure
foundation, and the people have confidence
in its stability.
THK COSHTITl'TIOSAU.T BII.KHS.
No two part of tho human body more
strongly sympathize together than the
Stomach and Liver. "When one I do
ranged, tho other I generally out of re
pair. And at no othor period of tho year
are they so llablo to become deranged as
now, and thus lay tho foundation of disor
ders which will rob life of it ploasures
and, perhaps end in death itself. Tho
stomach now requires an antl-blllous tonic
tho liver need toning immediately, ami
tho blood ought to be cleansed and purified
Perhaps you do not real i in the force of thi
statement; but, nevertheless, the necessity
for observing it doe exist. Be warned
In tlmo, and seek safety and exemption
rrom uiseaso by using .nisiuer h iierb lilt
ters' every day, regularly. It U a certaii
euro for all diseases arUiui: from a disor
dered stomach and liver, and a reliable pro-
ti'Ctlon to all who aro constitutionally pre
disposed to bilious complaint, iiiiucihi
A number of the most prominent nnd
influential citizen of tho noblo old com
monwealth of Kentucky havo united to
gether to form and rccommoiid to tho peo
ple at large, for patronage, a very attrac
tivo prize scheme ; and we aro glad to bu
ablo to say that the inducements aro so
jrcat, and tho security for tho faithful por.
ormaneo of all promise so strong, that it
places tho whole thing entirely above sus
picion. Wo will be happy to furnish any
of our friend Information on the subject
or to aid them in securing tickets.
The old brand of cigars "Palmetto"
once told by A. R. Wbittakeraro now kept
by Bristol A Stllwell, No. 32 Eighth fft.
The powort of Mr. Whitcorab' Syrup
for children are at positive at tho sunlight
from heaven, and gentle and soothing as
an angel's whisper. mylCdawIw
COTTAUK FOR HUM.
Tho comfortable and well nrranged Cot
tago, on tho corner of "Washington nvenuo
and Division street, will he rented to n
good tenant on joasoiinblo terms. Two
lots, good clstorn, outhousw, ill complete.
Apply to T. O'OALLAIIAN. mOCt
rrtrollft, Padncslit Inn Able, Col
Htinmrock. Cincinnati i Mlllircy, 1' ilucnhj
Hope, St. Louis I , lluhicoii, Vlokslmricl
tlpngnl Tiger, HI. Louis; Indiana, .New Orlsn-.
Pan Able, Columbus;
J'otrnlm, I'n.ii-u)i :
Hco, isow uricnns i
Imilatin, l.nilil!' i
llriijral Tier. ''
Tho weather continues fair, and would
ho too warm but for a splendid breeze
which seems to never reuse.
The river has fallen seven Inches lnco
Tho -Mississippi is still falling at St.
ioul. Tho Mls'ouri is fulling for a couple
thousand milc, but Is ald to bo higher at
Its head water, nnd about Fort Benton,
than ever beforo known.
Tho Ohio Is falling nt Pittsburg with U
feet large In the channel. Thu recent rio
has began passing Louisville, nnd ha In-
crcaed the depth In tho chute to five feet
Business ha been very dull sinco last re
port, and scarcely any tiling has beondono
at our wharf.
The Hello St. Louis Is tho regular Packet
for Memphis this evening.
Tho Belle .Memphis In the regular packet
for St. Louis to-night.
Tho Quickstep Is the regular packet for
Evniisvillo at 5 p. in.
The Piuliicnh packet leave daily at
"Wu aro sorry to learn that Capt. Tom
Barman's lino steamer Tyrone, struck a
rock and sunk oppoito Tobaccoport, Cum
berland Blver, nliout seventy miles nljvc
Smlthlauil. on S unlay morning about ono
o'clock. Sho had n full cargo of produce
and a few tons grocerle, received at Cairo,
It Is hoped sho can be easily raised, a her
forecastle Is not covered with water, and
thu water is only three feet deep on her
main deck astern,
The weather continues clear and it be-
coming quite warm. A fine breeze pre
vent the heat from being oppressive.
Tho river has fallen 18 Inches since last
The Misds-ipiis fulling nt St. Louis, and
riling at St. Paul. The latter rise will not
probably reach Cairo.
Tho Ohio is fulling nt Pittsburg and
Louisville with four feet water in thorhutu
over tho falls, nnd six feet In the canal
Only eight feet water I now reported In
the lower Ohio, nnd the Kolit. h. J.ee wn
compelled to lighten over Walker's Bar
here ho wa assisted by tho irglula
Vnr Jiiilirr oftlir Ktiprtmr S'mirl.
N'psm inillinri.'.l to announce lli.il tint I Inn
HIll.NTY imKK-i: Hill l-eaiHiidi'latf-for IhtettU-
df Jintgonr lln.-.tiiiremo Court of Illlt.eis, from
th first (imml Division. l-tion on Mon.lnjr,
gA.n wii.su. .
M ,., ..
110 OHIO LEVEE,
JJEW TOW HOAT.
The Nnv Ton and Job Bout
Tf. If. COULTlCll, Master,
In i.r-'pi.n-.l nt nit tunes lo.lo til kln-ls ol lots
ItiK ikI Jol-Mnc n the most rc"'ini.f iirin
leiliiarler ut I mro, llliniii.
iv poitTB i:i:ui.y
TIIK S'f KAMEH
U'liiri Cairo every
making close connection with train at
Willi TRUSS I.OH
WAS XI "T IZiXjB,
Parllrulnr nttniliois tit srnjr biislncna.
REAL ESTATE SROKERS.
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(Siicct'Sor I" .loliiitj. Ilnriuaii A Co,,)
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE,
Buy and Soil Real Estate
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AW B PMEPAKK CUNVEVANVtUi
Ut' AM. HINI.
ait no, HjIj.
REASONABLE PRICES t
Our UimmU iir llrsl Kris-mis'.
llp th Isruc'l nri'l -omli'lt slock of
An I Kti'il K'"'l I" tlielr lint- in - funntl
tsi'H hi. Lnllls sn-l Memphl.
In Our Prescription Department
W use none Imt tn
PITKKMT AWOHHMIT Kr.M AHI.K
A lull line of
M'tslii tari. Xlssr. I'arlss Mnllr.
WSSI.K1T' SMI.,' I'-l-l Hr.l.i.
IN I.AIIUK HTOCK,
Jnt rMlTtl train ttr. Ktssnllss si Lute
Its mrll s a inHllclm- nwl no -lrtllnic j
This nnllco Is only to Inform yon Unit it I
A T nAKC'I.AVH
ALL Of THE BEST QUALITY
rJUIi: MALAHIA KI.U,
For Chills and Fever,
In tho iiicdlcinv that bcul all
ollwn. I A PCX AY 1IKOTU
KHH have It und rceeatmcad It.
I"fNl":.YCK " OF JAMAICA
Pure and Strong.
To list liasl hy NIbkI llultle
or. nt WIioIikhIc,
Standard White Oil,
in i'HH: ordi:r,
For Hill.' In qiiuiitltlm, from
sine Imrrt'l hiuI upuards, lew
for mssli. at IIAItCLAY 1IKON.
AN a 4TMBB,
rjVlIK CHRAP HTOKE.
Millinery, Fancy Goods, Etc.
MRS. C- M'GEE
Insll.s sptolsl atlriitlvn
Mil lus full llnnof
in hr iirMHii stirVi.
Women' 91 !. and Cbllilrm'
Ami llioussmliillipr thlnKs that innot to nti-iiii'mn-l
In un niltvrti-iiiiiit. hhl ilfli-nnli" I
to dt-scrtx an-1 in.lniii.ir lor livr .-.tuliilsliiiirnt
the name of
THE CHEAP STORE.
HtriMod. re Irrsli.siAsontliloaail fuslilinmlilc
Sho mil it joii iiiurti fur Ihesjnui miiiuiin nf
moni-y lfin any oilier lor in tn. Don't Imy
until you tail oulier-pspivlally If you want mil
linery Kooda or uoiiii-ii'. ami tlillilr.-n'" Inm
shoes, i-U', inyllir
LOVER dc HOS,
GUN ! LOCKSMITHS',.
mt lllis svtroat.'
Manurailiirc ami repairs all klmls of
Guns, Locks, Keys, Etc
M-Work warranted soil charges reasonaUe.
PUIILIO HALE OF HEAL ES
TATE. I will sell at pnUlo auction, at tba Court Uouse,
III Cairo, on Wednasday. June Ut. 1OTU, at II
o'clock, h m., Uit No.iU, lllock No. Kirt Ad
dition to tho ('iiy n( Cairo, Willi the Improteuient.
llii-reoii.cnnsiatinK ut a two story frame liouse
with ten rooms, t;ood cistern and other emw
nlences. Well adapted to buslneaior roolihuce
puriMises. Terms cash. Tide perfect.
1 ' C. WINSTON, Agent,
For estate of Hakrr Oordoaj, dee'd
CAIRO TlUft.ri u
CM T. HIS
CAIRO TRANSFER CO
THROUGH BIUS UDING
(ilTt'it lo all Ainllnhlp I'olnU,
BY RAIL JR BY WATER
St.louis, Cairo & New
Orleans Packet Co.
I1IHM A ItCIt
...TIIOMI'-t ON. Msl
si l.'. VIS' It J S3.
! no.MMOKWKAl.TII SKOAM.
' TIIO.'H'SHS.N" ISKAW CKl'I'KK,
ISI.I VK IIKA."S.II........H 1 IIIUI,
SKII.I.IK Alll.t- AIII.K.
w. it. Aitrni'ii - . mii'i.sKi,
s um i:s.vrsi. ... Mrci.tn,
..ftlll.lVK fAtlllfSS.S. JllV
ComprisinK nil Ihr nn-t n-l I.ik'sI lliinlol
KorNc Oilsn- Tt. simrr
W. R. Arthur,
IIKOl.ASKI . s-.'?'"u.r
-.11 HKIIM.Sllll liifl IIC.
ronnsriiui st Urlnii Milli ih-rnu
lrtr VKIi.r.rlil i.in inc. '""
I.lvrritaol, Xw 'orfc. Ilostou, ami !
r-ngrs n-l Hhil'lr. rsn cpIj on not. o ihss
l-i !-tin Ijliro .unriuirj .
CHAM. T. fllMlK.
(ii-nrtsl AKrnt. Cslr".
!!''. on V:iisrnl. I'hWIp l.snMJnt.
iWemphis'and bt. Louis
Th followlnic lol"'ompr.s- Hits l.inonct will
run Id thr foltowiusc wrJs-r .
Arnt Ciro, . Airl t Ositu.
ttLLS ST. MH'IS. Turs.ay, 4 p.lf turilsy 1 m
CITT OKCAIIIO. Tliiirs-lsyi p. - Mm-l.y.l .oi
tulr'SicsmsV'l'ur'l. rN'' In"'-. ' -m
i ..... luur
Arris- .1 Ci
Sri l si I H'V
Ul.Mly,l.iii Kr.-lsy I u.ni.
ooLoiuix"! Kri-Ur. " '"'"-1 "
CITI OK aIIO.! Uo j i
ItCIIICON . Hiin-lsy. 1 1. liii'Iii'is)il".,u.
m. : KPH.i rnL l0 I ' '
Omon'tinifKlr-t ln ifi
Nnrllitris l.lnr I'.rk.l Coin"
K.okufc r.rlsrl Comjtmiy.
OinBlia l'ackct s:oinillX
n l Varluiia llalliuisit l.ln
pC.'s'sd Wl,l. Itlvrr l-rls., Co.,
Srksn.as lllrr I'sichrl
Mcnililil ml Chhrlrsliiii H. It..
tnJ JlU.I..Iiil - T.lllir.s.r II. It
At VlrksbUfB will .... .
Vaxon lllvrr rrUl.nl
VIcsisliurK .sirrlillBH IImIIiiikiI
filslns ttirmuli I"' . l 'wkiI I ''
M.I. iniby r sir r .. .
CIIA'S. T. Ill.l'r . urnr ii
Otti- on Wn.irl-l.in.
HII.VKH. Ti"-klni) I'Ms.niri-r An.nl
Nashville and Cairo
rr- ConsiitlnR ol llm ioii'jwihk
spk-nilld jmssciiKCT stiHint-rs
UTIIIINn tlulrr I
I.. n ti-s t.s.ry MoiiUity ssl I I'
HaKMON ,..,Muiit I -
l.rntr i:rjr Turlisy nl I I'.M.
lVrrs't.Vrrjr SSiiliinlry at 4 I. ft
) Tliniiili lllllh Lmllii d'lvcn VlH.Xit-"
illlt aim tniru t-urisria mm
Tsi .nhlllr. l liallanoouB, Tsn. AS
Inulii, .-Hiiiiliiis.. Hoiih-, Mas iin, t s,
SjHlnpM. V.I 1'i.lnl. lis-prurlpwii. Mil
iMtKtlilo .! S'.l'laillH. Ala. Mo.
s:iiisirri-. Alu.l fharlH.loii. . '.t Sk-IUia,
rVasTsiiali. WlH.Ui.Klou... V.X
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(JIIAS. T. 1IINDE,
.'0'ciil ot Cairo.
Memphis and Cincinnati
ni-is; lohn Sunk, Ml-r
ft&U iVua5". ;.
ii of'tl" al- spienUI.1 .tr.iii.fr Icarr Cmro
for Mi'i nplils every 'fuctJny ami t-siiuday, ana
f. r C ii "i iimll s-vrry I'rl.lay iiml Miturdsy.
C11AS. T. IIIMlK. AKi'lil, ujiro. ill.
. IIIIkc rn V hrMal
Evansville and Cairo
; Uonlstln ot mo iuih-"
stSasSfTSrilciidiU 1'iiesciigcr St
' I fij
FOWI.KR Mwler I W hut)
Lw Cairo Kunday and Tliurday at b
u Tiie.day and Friday
.OR.MMK Jlastcr 1 1ENMN0T0N.. .tier
Tcairo Tiie.day and Friday ai 4 p. in.
City of Evansville,
PEXUEtt.........MRstcr I i,KWMRorow...nerK
lTet;alro Wednesdays und Saturday at 6 p.m.
Gonecttnjt nt I'aUuruh Willi Tennessee river
packets, at rimltlilnml with Naltvllo packets, at
Kransrille ilU ilio regular packet for Louisville
rJdcln iio.il. and the K. & C. II. H. for all coin I
v: . . mi star i a t liirv i