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The Cairo Bulletin, M!ay S4L-.
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TIIK BAli.BOAII KI.KOTIO.V SKXT JIM II A
linve those cltlwtis of Cnlro who nre
Jrircti from llio support of public enter
prises by tliclbug-lear "tuxes," dclllierntcly
contemplated tlic truth that fomotliing
tut tVW,nml llmt right speedily, tit
cnUrge tlio business anil stltmilnte, the
growth of the city ? Hnvo they ever re
flected that wo dare not stand still Hint
nlolutc ruin wlllbotlin fruit of innction ?
Who Is satisfied with the present con
dition of nffiilrs ntnong us? limine Is,
perhaps ns nctivo hs elsewliero in tlio
Northwest, nnd property in n good re
request; yet tho necessity for Improve
ment l felt by every body. If Cairo lm
no higher dcitlny thnu that tho lui nt
tslnsl,thcro urn those, nnd their nnmu ii
legion, who will prefor to "get out of thin."
Tho project wo nro nsked to aid hy n sub
scription of $100,000 it one of tho utmost
linpotiMico, lu mission will J nothing
less than to perfect, through Cnlro, tho
shortest and best lino of nillwny between
the South nnd Northeast that can possibly
lo provided to plncotis In closo nnd
direct connection with the great not-work
of tlio Southern railroads to open up lo
ill a rnit trado tlmt now goes to Memphis,
IVulucnh nnd St. Ixnili to add nu nttrnc
tion to our city that will control other rail
road enterprise to givo ui, In short,
what Paducali, Kvansrlllo or any othor
enterprising city, would gladly givo $1,
100,000 to command.
It lichooves every citizen, therefore,
who would not continuo in Ills present
lUnd-ttlll condition, to go to tho polls on
Monday next, und vote for tho subscription
of $100,000 to tho capital stock of tho
Kentucky nnd Tennessee, railroad com
pany. Tho presenco of every volor nt the
polls is n necessity, nnd no- man, who has
the truo Interest of the city nt heart will
i ii ' -
"TlltMIOl'SK WKI.IV: IX."
Space forbids our speaking of the bones,
muscles, lungs, brain, nerves, skin, etc.
Hut consider for n moment that tho aver
age amount of blood in an adult is thirty
pounds, or about one-fifth of tho body's
weight. At each beat of tho heart two
nnd a-hnlf ounces of blood nro thrown out
of It; one hundred and sevcnty-Qvo oun
ces per minute six hundred nnd llfty-six
pounds per hour; seven nnd three-fourths
tons per day. All tho blood in tho body
passes through thu heart in threo minutes
and distributes tho nutritive princlplo to
every tcxturo und the source of every secre
tion. Now, If the blood Is weak iiiul Im
pure, tho danger of Incurring dlscaso Is
Imminent. This Is certain to be iu con
dltlon, more or less, nt this period of tho
year. And Just horo wti nro admonished
- i. . ... . .
n iuu mipurior nuvauuigcs oi .Mlslilor s
Hcrfelllltvr for cleansing nnd renovating
the blood. This It will always do, nnd nlso
prevent any dlseuse arising from Impure
IiIihxI, because It romocs tho cnn-v. lie
gin at once to purify your blood with this
gr.it tonic, and thus ward till' illscuto be.
fro it (wtrsuolic Itself In your system.
lilll.AT t Oltll'.MX
tifi-ftt fortunes are not ensllv nniiilrml In
these days or sharp compctiou and baio
ueacuery. x.ven wnen tliey am acquired,
they too often find the poesor a mero
wreck, having made a drudgo and sluvo of
l.f I I ' . ,1, . .
iiiinscu oy toning incesnntly for that
which he is permitted to hold for n few
brief months before lie Is laid away In tho
grave. Wo must confer that In this view
of tho ease, the 'Great Henderson Co.,
Ky., I'rlzo Sehemo'' has poworful attrac-
lions for oven tho most staid. Hero aro.
yreutjortunct, to bo won without haggard
toll, and the wholo secured by a legal char
ier, and In tho hands of men of most un
doubted Integrity. are ready to nld
any of our frlcmU who may command u,
In securing tickets or Information nlout
this matter. ,j..jt
TH!lC(0, (Halts. Ut'., (IIKil'KII Til IX
.Mr. II. Myers, Ohio Lovco, has resolved
to cloio out his present largo and well as
sorted stock of tobacco, cigars, snuff, pipes,
etc, at prices that will inturo quick sales,
His building having been somewhat dnm'
aged by the recent Are, and the romovnl
of his stock, ho has concluded to overhaul
and refit It. Ho is, therefore, desirous of
Kttting rid of his stock, and to do so, will
give patrons extraordinary bargains. Hu
ntns what ho say. In this, m,d wjj ,..
vinceallwhomay tall ujkjii him of hi,
Inccrity. To wholesale buyers ho will
Mfcr peculiar Inducements, and to all ho
IjWo bargains they inn secure nowhero
la the country. m,.2oct
Tu"" t"lUt" ,,tX,C " CIT1.
church ,Mw", Cutl,olll! c,,w1 ""J
n of S oy' tb ",h ,n,t- T,' titl-
datlon the itL?S,v,,,?!W am"m"
two trips, KJa,Vt,,l0W w"' ,nnk"
oVIock,a,lSSaut,1,i T'" "l 0
tlmefrom the iS1'' fo t"
andutthesamoume ,?'1 f Uw
lirlstol ABtllwellhlZ "T""
tract for some of the lSj T
grown In Southern HHuolCU S
.ell thro either ly the uuar 0
tyrlc, to cwpeu uHth any rninZt'
Order, nhcad can be left for tlic,n
. rle4up,.lled,freb, Just after every twr
1-r.g train - delivered, If deiir'f" "r
Charge. Xo 32 Kigh.h str..,
TWO ( Ti lZHNS KILLllll HY Llt.'HT
XIX(J. HKVi:ll.I, OTIIKHS .MSSKH ll t.tMH
A Mid result of tho terrifying thunder
storm that visited our city yesterday, wits
tho death of two citizens by lightning.
Uctwcon 1 and fi o'clock Mr. John Staf
ford, section bos, with n gnng of six men
was nt work upon tho truck in tho vicinity
of Lovco nnd Tlilrty-socond street. "While
In tho act of moving a "dummy car'1 load
ed with ties, the fatal bolt descended, be
ing succeeded by n cnuh of thunder that
fairly shook tho wholo city. Five of the
seven men woro knocked down, ono of the
number, Mr. Stafford, was killed Instantly,
nnd another, Mr. Hart. Cnshman, so ter
ribly injured, that bodied beforo regaining
consciousness. Tho others soon regained
their feet, nnd, nlthotigli sovcrely shocked,
bostowed'tho necossary attentions upon
their moro unfortunate companions. Mr. S.
had, as already stated, boon killed Instant
ly. Tho bolt had struck him on tho head,
and passing down his right side nnd leg,
plowed up tlio skin In Its course, and tlnal
bypassed out lit the sole of his boot, tearing
tho boot Into shreds, nnd communicating
llro to his clothing. It nlso embraced Ills
sllvor watch In its course, melting tho enso
ns if it had been wax. Mr. Cashmnn rc
malned motionless and in n state of insensi
bility until about 7 o'clock, when ho breath
ed his last. Tlio other pnrtlcs will not,
probably, renllzo nny Injurious ctrccts, al
though thoy woro, for tho moment, ren
Tho concussion must havo been very se
vere. Mr. Joe. Aboil, n hundred feet or
moro below tho scene of disaster, and Mr
Drown, wntcliman for Mr. Arlck, n still
greater dlstnnco above, woro both knocked
down nnd stunned quite sovoroly.
Mr, Cnshman had resided in Cairo about
sixteen yours, nnd wns known ns an indus
trious, hard working man, who gavo spec
ial attention to his own business nnd never
Interfered with that of his neighbors.
Only a short tlmo ago his houso was
burned, subjecting him to n loss of sovcrnl
hundred dollars above tho amount of his
Mr.StnfTbrd wns ono of the first settlers
of Centriilla, but hnd lived In Cairo h year
or moro. lln enjoyed tho highest eonfl
deuce of tho Railroad company, and tho
friendship of nil who know him. It was
his purposo to start for Iowa, In a few
days, whero moro responsible nnd lucra
tive situation nwnitcd him. Ho leaves a
young wife, overwhelmed with sorrow nt
tho loss of ii kind and ntrectlonato hus
band and protector, and friends In every
part of the city to sorrow with her.
Tho occurrence, taken altogether, Is the
saddest that over happened in our city.
Tlir IlinVrrnt Commit trm, ctr.
A meeting of the citizens' committee,
appointed to mnko arrangements fur d
coratingtho soldiers graves nt the national
cemetery near .Mound City, was hold at tho
ollico of I). Hurd A Sons. 'fol. John Wood
was called to tho chair, and II. II. Caiide
On motion, tho dnv for decorating vn
changed to May 28th, Mound City concur
Tho proportion of the Cairo City Terry
Co. to furnish transportation to Mound
City and return ut CO cents per person
children half price was accepted, and thu
chairman instructed to complete tho nr
rnngcuioiits. Tho l orry boat to leave I
tho morning at 0 o'clock precisely, and re
turning to leave Mound City tit :i oYloo
ino loiiowing committees were n
On Muslo Col. Wood, Judgo Dross nnd
On Orators Colonel Drown, Dev. Mr,
roote mid I). Hurd.
On I'rogrnmmo Cols. Kenrdnu, "Wood
and (irahaiii, with instructions to arrange
a programme In conjunction with .Mound
On Flowers II. II. Candoo, Chairman
with power to appoint n committoo of la
dies to solicit flowers of tho citizens.
JOHN WOOD, Cli'm
II. H. CANDKK, Secy.
Committee on Flowers Tho following
ladles havo been appointed on this com
mittco nnd nro requested to notify parties
having flowers to strew upon the graves
of thoso C,000 braves, tosend them by half-
past eight o'clock, on tho morning of tho
decoration, to tho Cairo City Ferry Dock,
nt tho foot of Fourth street:
1st Ward Mrs. Jowett "Wilcox. Mrs
W. D. Gilbert, Miss Kate "Wholock, ML
2d "Ward Mrs. F. Dross, Mrs. N. Lin
ton, Miss Kittio Drown, Misses Steele.
.Id "Wnrd Mrs. L. 1 itutlur, .Miss
J'liiUIs, .Miss J, von, MUs Copeland.
1th Ward-ilrs.S. Walter, .Mrs. W. 1.
Halllday, .Mrs. 1'. 11. Hope, Miss Annie
1'itclior. 11. H. CA-NDKE, Cli'm.
Sinco Mr. W. O, Carey deals In colllu
we can scarcely wish him a prosperous
business; but wo can and do wish that ho
may share largely In such business iu the
jiecessltie. of the times may occasion. Ho
is well providod with all sizes of cases and
colllus, und will give tho mot satisfactory
attention to the demands of rmtoiners.
D"ad his advertisement.
i. ii' :xi'Losiu.s.
"Will the people avoid these dangers bv
U'ing a genuine, urtlclo, whleh is perfectly
safe und has tho reputation or ldng tho
bU iu use? It W the Aurora Oil. It
gives a brilliant light, and can bo had at
M Ohio Lov. o. Call m.d Ket the cheapest
Oglit In ue. f
OAIUO, HT. I.OVIS AND l'ADl'CAII.
The St. Louis Democrat of yestorday
Mr. Allen, it Is now stated, will urocood
at onco to complete the approaches at Co
mmons which nro necessary lor tlio trans
fer of loadvd cars from the Iron Mountain
to Southern roads.
Tho discussion of the Kentucky and
Tennessee rallro.ul project has no doubt
hastened this determination. That tho
approaches will nine bo built, there Is no
room to doubt, and that they will seriously
affect the trado and travel now controlled
by Cairo, unless their iulliicnco Is counter
acted by the construction of 'our "Juno
tlou" railroad, is a fact equally certain.
The trado of the country will seek the
best and most convenient channels, nnd
whether western Kentucky, "West Tcnnos.
see mid Northern Mississippi shall be
made tributary to Cairo, by offering them
superior menus of communication, depends
upon tho action of our cltlzons on Monday
noxt. Tho construction of the Kentucky
nnd Tcnnesseo road will furnish that supe
rior communication. If wo fall to pro
vide for its construction, tho nttompt
to isolate our city by tho Improvements at
Columbus, nnd tho extension of tho Iron
Mountain rond to Memphis, and by tho
extension of the Dcllcvlllo nnd Southern
Illinois road to l'aducnh, will provo n suc
cess, und we will deploro our Inaction
when It will be too late to avoid Its penal
ties. c'lTY COUNCIL.
Htclnl Joint Ffnslon.
Cairo, Ills., Msjr 21, 1870.
Present His Honor, tlio Mayor, nnd
Councilmen Artor, Mycr, O'Callnhan 3;
and Aldermen Fitzgerald, Klcb, Lohr,
Lonergati, "Waldcr 0.
There being no quorum, on motion, ad
journed until Friday, 27th Inst., nt 7
o'clock p.m., tharp,
JOHN DltOWK, City Clerk.
D ECORATION DAY.
Mimitajr, May 30th.
Mound City having perfected arrango-
inents for an obervnnco of comniemora-
tlon ceremonies on Monday, May the 30th,
does not "concur'' In the suggestion of
Cairo, that tho ceremonies shall take plaeo
Tho boat, therefore, will leavo on Mon
A Nr.w Yoiik preacher says that "no
man who uses splritous llquora can get to
heaven." Of course ha meant such execra
ble poison as Is retailed In tho Empire
City. In view uftho undeniable excellence
of tho old whlskoys, pure brandies, spark
ling wines, nnd creamy nlcs sold by l'at
Fitzgerald, of thu Sun Flower saloon, no
Cairo preacher has ever ventured u like
declaration. Indeed, we havo heard men
say that everybody who patronizes Fat's
beverages is Immediately possessed of n
serenity of soul, a christian fortitude and
resignation, that mako this mundane
sphere of ours as good a heaven ns ho cares
about. That everybody may share In this
felicity Pat lias fixed the prico of his in
comparnbhi Cincinnati lniror beer nt S cents
a glass, nnd everything else nt about half
wmii ii is really worth.
The lltiest Dllllard Saloon iu .Southern
Illinois call also bo found in ooiiuectiou
with this popular establishment. tf.
"We were reminded of a friend in the
country bttho receipt yesterday of a libe
ral supply of flowers, over-greens nnd
strawberries, with the compliments of Mrs.
Oreen 1'. darner, Tho reminder was a
very acceptable one, nnd has placed us un
der obligations which a tender of our
thanks will scarcely cancel.
Mrs. Garner's homo, iu thu beautiful
hills almost overlooking Cairo, is one of the
best appointed nnd most nttrnetlvo country
homes In l'ulnski county mado especially
nttrnetlvo to us by tho presenco there of an
avowed friend of tho Ill'I.LKTlN. May she
long live to adorn it.
TIIK NT. ClUltl.KsTlOTKI..
Tho St. Charles Hotel Is now the only
really first-class hotel In the city. The
building Is n lnrgo and well ventilated
structure, erected near tho junction of tho
river, whoro breezes have nn unobstructed
sweep Irom rivor to river. During tlio
hot months of siimmor It Is ono of tho
plcnsnntcst hotels in the United Stiites.and
possess attractions that ought to arrest
the progress of all Southern families who
oikay nn cseapo from tho heat of July and
August, hy a trip to Niagara, Saratoga or
Long Dranch, und to command tho patron
ago of everybody clso who seeks n cool
pleasant retreat, whoro he will be well fed
and well treated.
tiii: (unto ami :msYii.LK tobacco mb
We observe that our Harrlsburg, Salino
county, cotemporarics publish reports of
the Lvansvlllo tobacco sales. If they
would render thofr planters essential sor
vice In this regard, thoy would also pub
lish tno uuirosiiies. Tlio Cairo Is nuito ns
convenient as tho Evansvlllo market, and
we aro porrectly willing to let figures,
which can't Ho, loll tho story as to prlcos.
The Fifteenth Amendors rejoico en
vmtir, In Metropolis to-day, over their en
franchisement. D. AV. Muun, Esq,, is post-
ed for a speech, and may or may not ro-
pond. Ho is also expected to address tho
samo class of citizens in Mound City, on
Thursday next. It will not do for Daniel
o "shirk the responsibility" nny longer.
no patience oi ins colored friends w ill not
Hi: suro to rend tho
Ago," in this
Greatest AVork of tho
A LEVEE NALOOIV KEEPER KIIOT IN
Considerable oxcltcmont wns created on
Ninth street, about 1 o'clock thlsafternoon,
by a personal rencounter between l'ctcr
Itabonl, a Levco saloon keeper, and Louis
Glnochlo, a rosident of Cincinnati, lu Cairo
avowedly for tho purposo of buying Hn
bonl'i saloon. It seems that Glnochlo
called at n framo houso on Ninth street,
near "Washington avenue, Iosco tho brother
of tho proprietress, with whom ho alleges,
ho had business to transact. For tome
reason, which Is not explained, Glnochlo
did not knock at tho door, but passed on
down tho street. After ho had walked n
hundred yards or more, he concluded to re
turn anddctcrmlno whether tho individual
whom ho sought wns really In tho house or
not "With this view, ho says, ho returned
nnd knocked nt tho door. Dalionl an
swered tho knock, and recognizing Glno
chlo, dealt him n stout blow with Ids walk
ing stick, and was about to repent it when
Glnochlo drew his rovolvcr and fired. The
first ball took olfcct in tho wall of tho
houso and tho second In Itabonl' breast. Gl
nochlo then threw his revoIYcr into a
neighboring ynrd, nnd wai shortly after
wards taken in charge by tho police, and
escorted to the calaboose, Itabonl s wound
is not considered a serious one, ns tho ball
coursed along tho sternum, and passed out
n few inches from the point of entrance,
inflicting only a flesh wound.
Glnochlo declares that If there was nny
causo for the attack upon him he doesn't
know whnt It is, This assertion, and his
stattmont about tho dlllkully ns above de
tailed are given for what thoy wero worth.
That Radon! could make an entirely un
provoked assault upon Glnochlo seems tin
improbable, to say tho least of It, but Gl
nochlo most solemnly protests that such
was tho case.
Wo heard various stories on thu ground
such as that tho tight wns about a woman;
was on account of a business difference etc.,
etc- but ns the nlfalr will soon undergo a
judicial Investigation, it might be improper
to detail them.
I will oflbr for sale at my Auction room
to-morrow, May 25th, ut 0 o'clock a.m., n
largo assortment of Groceries on account
of Underwriters, consisting of Can Fruits,
Grapes, Spices, Pickles, Dlacklng, Lan
terns, Glassware, etc.
PkoiiatkCourt is still In session. Judgo
Dross is evidently determined to under
stand the "situation,1' If it takes him all
Summer. There nro quite si number of
estates that should bo and will bo forced
Into final settlement, at as onrlyu period ns
Dy using Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup for
children many u doctor's bill can bo saved
and much suffering averted. Dead the ad
vertisement in another column. my231w
Mntthuss & Uhl, Ohio Levee, have fifty
dozen straw hats in store, and are uiixloiis
to givo somebody a greut bargain iu them.
Cull soon. .it
Look to Yoi'ii Jntkiieit, and buy
your clothing from Walder, corner Uih
Street and Leveo. tf
Comk ami Skk Mk. If you want bur-
gains in clothing and furnishing goods,
cornor of Sixth street nnd Ohio Leveo is
the best place to buy them.
tf ' I. WALDER
nun Able, roliiinliii,) Milbrrr, I'uiliifuh,
Tiilisiimu, .Na.liTi I'cirolw, .lu
tlllmurf, HiitUluUUn'l; America, da,
llliille, I'iik; IMiiiUirg..!''
Bailie, ilu PonttliVickali,
Ulttk Jrullon, (Ju II U Wll.on, Hi l,(.al
KoU K lr, X O; W II llio-a, uo
Thnm'ou I'vau, do
Mllbrrr, 1'ii.lucuti; Ihm A bit, Coliiuibii;
Hlehinoud. N D:
A llaker, tin
America, Aik Itlv:
It K U-, l.oal;
Tho river has fallen four Inches ulneo
Tho Mississippi and Missouri are still
Tho Ohio is fulling Its wholo 'length,
with three and n half feet at Pittsburg and
four feat largo In the chute over tho fulls,
Dusliiess hens has been fair lnco lnt re
3 ho Richmond received about C00 tons
bore, tho principal items being .100 hhds
tobacco 200 bbls whiskey, 100 hogs and n
largo lot poultry.
Considerable business was transacted bv
other boats named in our port list.
i uo uick r uiioh jno. a, uitpt. I'ackcr,
has mado a somewhat remarkable trip
from Louisville, considering tho low water
and the largo tow of coul which she
brought. Sho had even less trouble than
usual, and has flftocn bargoa and coal boats
heavily laden In tow for tho coul yards cv
Ublished nt Island 82 and at Natchez.
Messrs. John Stafford and "Win. Carter
re her pilots. Capt. Packer Informs us
that tho tow-boat Ella, with a number of
barges ladon with coal nro all aground at
Walker's bar, and that tho Simpson Hor
ner and Mary Ann aro assisting in setting
It is a singular coincidonco that one of
the pilot on tho Dick Fulton, which ar
rived this morning, is of tho same namo as
the unfortunate man who was killed hero
yosterday by lightning.
llio Quickstep, for Evansvlllo; tho
Bakor and Milbrey for Paducali, and tho
Bcllo St. Louis for Memphis, aro tho regu
lar packets this evening.
The ilitmarck is duo for New Orleans
TiikDov. C. H. Footo has been desig
nated to pronounce the prayer, and D, W.
Muun, Esq., the oration, nt -Mound City,
on Saturday next, as u part of the com
Drawers und Undershirts, nt u sacrillcu
nt P. Nell's, No 70 Ohio Levee.
Chased, soul nnd ornamental rings of
every pattern nro made to order by
A new supply of Calf Hoots and Galtcrx
just received at P. Nell's, No. Ml Ohio
Fitmii Kggs and Yellow Mutter cm al
ways bo had, Head the advertisement
'Greatest Work id' the Ago," In this pa-
Pitcher & Henry s largo stock of bard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc.,
will bo sold without regnrd to cost.
Juht received at Mrs. O. MeGee's, u lino
assortment of .Mihkk.s' nnd Ciim.iiiikn'i
M'.oks, of every stvlo nnd description,
Notici: to SritANOKiw. If you are
strange In this city, don't fall to cnll on
Waldcr and examine his stock of clothing,
boots, shoes, huts, caps nnd fiirnUhlng
Wai.uku, clothier, comer of Sixth
street nnd Ohio levee, sells clothing, hats,
caps, boots shoes nnd furnishing goods,
chenner bv 10 tier cent, than any other
houso In Cairo. Call nnd satisfy your
selves beforo you buy. tf
Tin: Hot und Chi:ai'it Ci.oTili.vn to
ho found i.vtiiin City Is at Isaai Wai
vy.s'f. comer of Otii Stiikct & Ohio L
lie show his goods with pleasure, and
nnd never lets his patrons go dissntlstlcd'
Cam. os Him If you wnnt n burgiiln. tf
Look at Wamikii'm .Stock ovClotiiimi
and furnishing gods this vi:i;k. It Is
renleto with am. tiik novelties of tho
season, nt prices to suit the times. Corner
Sixth street nnd Ohio lovco. tf
Coot, nlrv and stileudldlv ventilated
rooms, can bo had nt the Saint Charles,
with board, during the hot summer months,
at very low prices. Families can bo nc
comodated during tho above period, will
our most desirable rooms, at a tnr'ie deduct
ion from regular rntes. dtf
Call nt Walder's mid i:amim: hi
stock of ct.oTin.Nd. Ho cannot, mid will
not, nr. i'.skkuioi.h iiy any otiiimi hoof.
IN TIIK HAMK LINK. This MOCK Is KN
KNTIItKI.Y NKW, Illld Wn.S IIOL'IIIIT lit tho
LOWKHT HKCMNK IN IIOLK.
1. WALDKIt, Corner of Sixth
tf and Ohio Levee.
HUTU WIIX PltKVAII..
"Tins Snlan SIN at tin Door, Soiin
Will Do Cured."
We at liaiiijr lo ilwe lforo tin' r .ti. nf
Cairo ami lu viunitjr, lir llulne, lilr i.T .Nrw Al
Innjr. lie l prrinanrniljr l". ir. in iu i iiv, for
the pnrio.x r ,r'li in int'di, nir in all ll
TJtKiiia t-r.on-hi-, and u .11 ulicnd lo ull nil I-II I'h
clt)'orltwciuliv,by ilayur nnjbl. Th IliK'Inr
li.t itj.IhivI invdirini' Jar iKk 'nod of ixiaiy
)em,ihitliijMlili'liiliii licli:,. IihIu l.irn b.in
uf prui'ticii vlicn iur bu b.i. Iiied. lie iri-irc
and funilrlies all hi mixhoiao. at hi-nllae,
bi Lwrii trr) uw.' "fid ill lb ll-liiieiit of ull
cliruniu dl.iM-r, . iii inn dcil. tUrw' U-t "r
tloaof Ibe nt t'Uht )i ir lo a.f- i, ilmlibar-iwii-r.aii'l
ba.K'an'fIr I'lfr turnctl ono rhjj tin
enrrif. Allcr IsklitK llnor rn In cburiiv ln
elurii' iioir.lim frciiiiluiftnat hi.i.ttK . Iln
illnr.i ll.illi r joui wuitli'ifll yuii tun ma) n I)
nn. Old iuc of twenty j.ura' iudiDi au
eilirdby b.in All oil ()rr, ii iiiMIt liolnbul
lli'ireiiiidilioii urr )( in all forms, cured in
KliOrt Mine, ri.lnbi nnd ranevr tilted Hillioul
Hie li.i i.f llie Knife. Tiie.HOriils 'telle by
Ibn urrnt Aliewly ili.ron redlnnlieilif, uilboiil
Mil. All form-id rni'Mm euj dioeit.i'n t,f tl.e
kin cured lu tho thurtrtt lime.
I aUo krejion Imnllli', Indian Oil, d I .enured
hyiueulnlo Hi the. Cherokee luilivu Hi i. Yr
.uleHl my olliee, or enl b) eiiei losny art of
I he count ry.
Th" Oil ciireii cnlles uri'l crimp, in nvriiinut,
Hi'ikIihIiii In three linniileaj i'Hr-MCll III ten
lllllllllea, nt'lllltlKlll III file llulllei rliellhulUlrl
111 .inn Iioiir j lilnia children and iidulla in ii hurt
tune. All ruber arhea or ':iln, not iuiiiikI here,
nrururHi by Ihia Oil nilli,, horlut lime. Kiery
l-ollle I. Iiil'lle. HMhfilll dir" noil- for liaiiiir II.
If It falls IndoHlml l. i.iiiniisl for II, enrne Iw li
and sjel) our money ri'leeMceulaoinl II uiimt
llltice.corneriif Kihtli atrreland Ohio l.ee.
I am iiL'ni'luatcof die llnnueopalble Kboolnf
Clei.iud.Ohl(e-liaiin uraduaied in the enr
I t'd. lalaourailuutedilitbe Olecnc Khool of
t'nieiniiKtl, iu ibe )er l.vi.
Cairn, Illinois, M.ijr i!.l, rbiuSm
W. titration. T. Illrd.
TltATTI. sV IIIKI,
(Hiicceaanra loHruttnri, llnd.on A (lark,)
Q7 OHIO Xj33-7"I333
Atirim of AiiirrleMii PoMiler Co., Hint
niiuusaciiirrra AicesitN lor ( olioii Viirii.
COMJI I SSI OX .11 KIM'11,1 NT
No. 7S Ohio Lewe,
NpeclMl attention given to Cunaluti
lueula nU rillliiK orilem.
COM MIHSilOM MKItt'lIANTt
rio. T2 OHIO LEVEE,
triUaTernc, Vrrctsntili of t'ulro,
l.'omi'ktkxt assistants i
"Our llooila Our Ural lteferenrr."
Hale lhe larxel and enniplele.l lncl nf
IYJJ NT 111' FN,
And general k"''Is ill their lino In l- found Im-.
tneeii Hr. I.oul- and .Meniphla.
In Our Prescription Department
We II"" none but Ibe
I't'KKMT A.MIMOfST Hr.I.IAIII.i:
MED IQT2SE KS
jAIXTtll.V .11 ATICIII A i.H.
A fall lln f
Mil 1 1 r Mail, Zinc, I'irls lillr,
VnriiUlira, Oils, 1'islMt llrnolitx,
tJllira, oVr,, ate,
IN Mlion HTOCK,
JiikI rrct Ivral Irons Itr. Iliatsillii' l.nb.
rrilor)'. at Clslcittio,
lis inrrlla as u medicine nceil no ndrerll.ini! i
This notice i only to Inform you that it canto
upplltd to yon
.4 TTiAiJI.",l VN'
A LI. OF THE nENTQIJAI.ITl
rjim: MAi.Aici.i ki.xj,
For Chills and Fever.
Ih IIic lut'dlflntt Ihnt IicmIn all
other.. IIAHC'I.AY 1IKOTII-
V.Wi have It iihJ rcceiMuiciid II.
Pure and Strong.
To hi; Imtl by I ho Nlniflt' llul(lt
or, ill WhoU-MHlf.
Standard White Oil,
i.v ni !.i: ouii:ii,
I 'or hills in iiiiiillUi'st, from
onu barrel und iiiuirdM, low
rorctiNh.at IIAHC'I.AY ItltON.
Are iuvileil lo examine our
rjpin: chimp Motet:.
Millinery. Fancy Goods, Etc.
. MRS. C M'GEE
Inillea fml allentlon to ber pre.eiil l,,l
Hliobasafiitl linn of
Women' MIhV antl Children':
Andalhaii.HndidherlhliiKs lhal ran not ) emi.
invraieu in an uuierii-eim ni. Miula iieierinlae I
to ileservH ind iimlnlaui fur Iter uliibiislimrnl
nit name, ui
THE CHEAP STORE.
lferL'Oodi ara Ire.b. aeminnalilefiii.l fimlifmiAlj..
Hie Hill it se j on more for the name amount of
inonr) man any nuier amre in , hii, lion I IjIiv
until jou tall uiilier eapoclally If nii want lull.
iinrry K'"i" or suimii. uiel vlilldren'H line
kiinca, l ie. inylllf
JEW TOW 1IOAT.
Tlio Noiv Tow una Jol Hunt
TF. . COULTER, Master.
I prepared at nil tlmea In do rll klmla nf tow
inu arm joi'innx on me moat reasonable leriim.
lleud,iinrtera at C'mro, Illinois.
UKGHLAR CAIRO A KANT
PUttT HKEKL1' PACKET
I.eat cm Cairo every
making e loan connection with trains at
0 1 .a, r Is. TT 1 1 1 e .
it jk. m xx sr zij ij n.
rarllcillsir tiUSHtluti to Wy bHslsiTf.
CIAS. I Hill
CAIRO TRANSFER CO.
THROUGH BILLS L&DING
(llvrn lo nil Atiilliililc l'olnts.
BYRAIL OR BY WATER
St. Louis, Cairo & New
Orleans Packet Co.
...TIIliMIH ON. M '
W. It. Altl lll)ll......
(Vinii'r "inx all Ibe tlue.l anil lrx"l loala out id
I'or Ne llrleans Tf.e i'l'mner
TIIO.MI'HOSf - . ?lalrr
Hill laale TI'ISfliAV Mining, M'r I,
eonnet'liud t Nro Oflen. allll O eali I, let.,,
I.lv'rponl, Xtw Ynrk, lln.tnii, ami il
Pa.aeDf era and Miipprr ran rely fcn
laiala leav.rij Cairo Iiillietitall a
1 e.i.iii, a IIHI,
one el Ihe-r
Minrtiul a. aVitr
CUAS. T IIINDK.
Ortlee. nn Whsifla.al, um ijui I ill?
Memphis and bt. Louis
The folloKiru lluataennpriae Ih 1 1, .ran I
run In the following or ler .
Arrne at Cairo, Amir a-(.lo
lULl.r. T LuiiK. Tuelaj, ae.tr lurlajl. m
CITT OKCAIHO, Thtir-lny 1 p." Slm 'sy I .in
ari.i.K Kkvniia. '.urdar, 6p.m iliur. , I a.r
Anneal Ctiu A,.e at I a In
MAIllll.K. I ITT, UMr-lar,a.i l-i ia), I n lit
fOl.t ILI rr.lay. I
CITVOK Al.lskS iu
Itl'llfti'iV Hnndiy. 1 I. ' 1 .!! I r -i
m. i:.jKit ml i" i
Cinnei'linicali'l ). a villi
.VnrlUrrn Line I'nckrt riiiiipaii ,
ICriikuk I'aeUrt t.'iniiiaii)'.
OiiikIik 1'itrkel 'ii,iliali',
and Vrlua ltlliiiuil l.liw.
Al Meniphta llh
M.niplila and Willie III vrr I'ackrl I'n.,
Arkmiaaa Itltrr I'ackrl l',iliili ,
Mriiiitila nml 1'lia.i Irslnii II. II..
and .MUal.aliil .V Trl.iK.ace It. II
At V ek.Uirir
Vnliin Itltrr I'arkrla, an I
Vli kalmri; nml .sirrlilimi Itolli nail
fiums tbroiich I . u i hk i 1 1 i iu .1 i
bl iKjinla by r . nr r er
( HAS. T II INI 'K fier.r-l A e .
I irve n Wnul la.a'
(ill,. hll.Vhlt, Tiebrl and IWemrer Aent
Nashville and Cairo
- .iTij V. Consisting ot llio liillnwiiig
-t--ci;splt;liillil juiMcngur steatni rs
HTHO.MI.... Miner . ert
l.riitea );vrry JIoiHlny nl I I. M
IIAItMO.N Mamerl "
Lriira llvrr Til tirasluy at I I. 31.
IIAVIH ..Mivlerj ..,ller.
I.rusca lively Nulurdry at a I'. Jl
Tlimiit;li Dills Lmlliii, (ill en Via. Nu-li
llio nml aC'dlro 1'ael.i Is uml
To .Vakht Mil-. t'lialliiMuoun, Ten n. At
lauln, t'oliiiiiliiiia. Iliilllf, .Slnroii, II,
JhIim'. Vs-t I'oliil. UenrKrintvii, Mil
leilutllU tail. I Knlnillii, AIk.I Muul
Kiiiuery. Alu.l 'lirlelnii, N. '. Nelnia,
Ala. I Staviinall, On.; 'llllllliK'".
t'uliiiuliln, h. V.. ....
C1IAS. T. HINDI:,
,Vf,'i'iil nt t'nlrn.
Memphis and Cincinnati
n I n
HK.NHV J0.M:H. I'roa'l. I HAM J. IIAI.B.
.j ijimiiiiisi1 tif tho fitllowltiLf hri
t-r s-'Iflfcv sitrAiiitvrsi.
at. UK'S' IIIISl.XM...
John Hunk, Mablc,
W. II. Miller "
Ihii M. .Merrlcbw "
IfAJBl IA.I.imi ill... II HI.,')
Uiiwof the iiIxiim splendid ateaincrs Irnve Calm
for Meinphla every I n e. day und Hiinnhiy, und
for Ciuchiiintl every Krldnv and ratniday
C'll AH, T. lll.Mll:, Anelll, Caim, III.
SAM J. IIAS.t;
,w. p. walai r
Evansville and Cairo
"25" Conslstlnt; ot llio lollow
itss5Sil(diilld Pnasungor Htin
rnWI.V'II Mauler I W. KUWIil ,K
totTe Cairo Hnnday and Thiilday ul A n
(1HAM.MKH Mruler I I'K.NNI.NOTt.V. . t ier
Leave. Cairo Tueaiiay ami rriuay hi o p. in.
I1KXTKU Master X l'i:N.MN0T0rs...CIrl;
eaves ijiiiro euneauayHiininuiiiri,iaai o p.m,
Conef'llnif nt I'adllcuh wllfl 'rellllea.ee ritep
patkela, at Hmllhland with Naubvlllo pocket, n
Kraii.tille itilh ill" rriMihir luicketa for I.onlav II..
and Cineinnall, and Iho H..UV It. 11. (or nil pohu
isonri, viinninwr, mi Vb",