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The Cairo ' Bttlletin Jilly 26.
" " iTf.Mf A Sunday School (Ton vi-ntlon
wnslioM ntTliebe on Sftturdny nml Sun
tiny. Thero wns lnrtfd nttcnilntiee nf J5""
tiny .School tencliers from Cairo nnd oilier
A wily school !iouc t king lti,t in
if Unity precinct in lilt county.
-TW OrecnQelJ Ferry hack left town
carU this morning filled will' plcnlccrs.
a' now itij'plv cf C!f Jloots nml OnitorH
M rccclywl nl P. Sc(T, No. 59 Ohio
The cliolrof llio Catholic church, re
ccntly organized, aro becoming efficient In
'IIutc Is now ft dnlly mall, between
Cairo and lduch, carried by tho steamer
-I'lork ltrown Is becoming reconciled
lo hi now qtmrtors. Ho snys thoy nro u
great Improvement on hi? old ones.
lU-inotnW (ho Rough nml Heady lint
in white nnd brown, at John Antrim'.
They nrn tiler: they nre cool. Sen
The Wn-Jiington Snloon,. corner of
AVotliinglon nrenna'and fourteenth street,
is iht jilncc to get the best nnd coolest Cin
ctnnll linger Ilier kept In tho olty.
Jy23dtf Pm '
A misunderstanding occurred yestor
dny between two of our. physicians. Th
ODosuggostoU toot toes nnd tho other pit
tols nnd cofTco ns tho wenpon. No Mood
Tho lnrgo city safe wMsnfoly romoved
by McIInlo from tho old to tho new onion
of tho city clerk. Tho Job wits n Mg oncj
but Mie did it with nonttie, chrnpnes
The stesmor Odd-Fvtlow, n busy little
body, Is mystorloutly absent from our
whurf. Industrious steamers, like indus
trious people, do not always ndvortiso their
comlugs in nnd goings out.
I'orn shuvc, or Imlr-cut or shnmpoo,
If you want your, hnlr nnd whisker dyed
to your own satisfaction, cnll ntJ. Oeo,
Stclnhouso'a shop, corner Elgoth street
nnd Commercial nvenuo, (Perry House.)
Scvornl young Indies who have beon In
attendance nt tho Lorctto Acndcuiy for
some years pat, nro nbo'it to take tho veil,
nnd retiring from worldly scenes devote
themselves to thu hind nnd merciful oftices
Tho Delta base bailers aro preparing
for their coiilivlwllh thu .Mound Cityltcs.
Every evening they Indulge In tho nmiuo
meat of batting, running, sweating nnd
laboring ns not ono of them labor for big
muney at tho recreation of sawing wood.
Now Is the tlmo to secure tho mo-t
desirable rooms at tho St. Charles at low
llgures. During July, August nnd Sep
tember, n largo deduction from regular
rates will bo made. A fuw mom day
lioardom can bo ncc-cinmoJittcd ut tho old
rate. Tho coolest mid most spacious din
ing room In tho city. Jy'dlm
Every body knows whoro 0. SohulU'
old grocery stand is on ('ointiieriial nven
uo. On next Friday afternoon, nt '.'J
oclock, I). T. Varker, the cxcolltnt auc
tioneer, who knows all about Ills bu'Incs.t if
any auctioneer does, will soli t lO.lt w worth
of Irish Linens and Dry (ioods will mil
them at public outcry. Is there u lady in
tho citv who will bo absent '
Aciknt. Tlio Ilalllday Ilrothor have
secured thu agency for tho Memphis mid
St. Ivoul' packet linn of steamers.
M iw.. Wimcovtn'h .Srmjp. Thliurtlclo
is good for all diseases incident to thu pe
riod ofjtetthlng in children and is sold for
25 cents n bottlu. Jyli&tlnwlw
Pi vk hundred dozen of ladies' hosiery
will bo sold nt auction at (.'. .Sehultr.'s old
ttand, opposlto "Winter's block, on Friday
next, Tho salo will commence at half
jnUUn In th morning.
Dos t FoiWiKT That tho largo stock of
Irish linens and dry goods which will bo
old by Parker at auction on Friday next
is now opcu for Inspection in thu room for
merly occupied byO.Schultz,0n Commer
cial nvonue, oppo.Ue Winter's block.
MAititii:n. Tho Mound City Juumal
announces that Mr. Joseph J, Morehouse,
of Cairo, marriod Miss Mnltlo Duprc, of
that city, on the 10th Inst. They aro now
enjoying their honeymoon at Crittenden
OoiniLf.!). Last Friday Kd. lira. ton
and Jno. Anderson, both colored, wcro nr.
rotted In .St. Louis, charged with horse,
stealing. Cairo enjoyed the honor of Ed's
presence for some years, and fell Into bad
practices as soon as ho left our moral city.
Information wantod of JVtor Ticklu's
family living in Cairo, Illinois. Ho has
not been heard from for nearly Ave years.
Address ItobertTlckle, HO Emerald street,
.Memphis papers please, copy.
A Ooon Purr. Tho ChKf-Engiutcr of
tho Mlulsslppi ltiver railroad, in hli re
port, says: "Your road when compUu-a
to Cairo will bo the shortest lino that can
bo built to connect tho two vast railway
ystems centering theroand at Memphis."
Which is a Brit-rate pull' for Cairo.
Tiik W.iAKKiiOATh. Thoie has boon
qulto stir among tho wharfLoats. Capt.
J, M. Phillips' old boat -will hereafter lie
nearly opposlto tho mouth of Eighth street,
and tho mammoth now boat will take (be
placooflhc Cairo City wharfhoat, which
will bo droppeil down Into tho plaeo now
occupied by tho old boat.
ntn.-'Somo of our exchanges do not
give, credence to report nbout tho Im
mense ntmmnt of freight shipped from
Cairo. Thoy lire true, nevertheless. Du
ring tho year I8ti8, tho Illinois Central
road delivered nt thin city 40,000 tons of
freight, ncurlv nil of which was shipped
South. In 18T0u still larger nmount of
freight was delivered here.
As LocuaTc The Chartor Oak .Stoves
nro becoming such universal favorites, and
aro making their way Into so mnnyhoiue
holds, that It look as If thoy wcro destined
to cover tho faco of tho land as the loctit
of Egypt. lTnlikc them, however, they
aro blessing Instead of plaguos, and wo
wish speed to thueonsummation.
llADicAt. Hkkoiim. Tho ohl mode of
changing gray bulr to n color more or less
natural, Is eternally abolished. I'iiai.os'h
Vit.U.ia, ok Salvation kok tiik ll.wn,
Imparts to the bleached fibers the very
shudo that has lnn blenched nut of them
by tlmo or ileknes', nml i clear and has
no sediment. Sold by all drugglt nnd
fancy goods dealers.
ANkw AtiVHKriM.vo Doikik. Every
Union lady who uses fragriint Sozodonl
oiietis her mouth, shu nd vnrtles tho arti.
ele. The stato of her teeth I a certificate of
it excellence. So spot darkens their sur
face, no impurit v clings to them, tho cush
ions in Mhlch they aro set aro roy, nnd the
breath that swells through them Is sweet as
the breozoof Juno.
Ni'AMiNO'ii.i K, useful ill ovcry house,
Nkoho .Sirii!iiiK. It now appears that
tho negro who whs drowned on Munday
was a suicide. Investigation shows that
he hung hi clothes on a hush nt tho mar
gin of tho water. On his paper collar ho
wrote tho word", "July 2Mh," and other
words which could not l deciphered. He
then pinned thu collar to his clothes whom
It could not fail to bo seen, and took tho
fatal plunge. In his ockct was found an
A. Baker deck pmsage ticket from Mound
City to Cairo, bearing date July lflth.
" Katy Did, " "Wo have no doubt
fthodld, but wo object to being told, with
constant reiteration, during all hours of
tho night, that shu did. And all our citi
zens who have trees about their doors and
In front of their windows, nro now com
pelled to hear this assertion repeated time
and again every night, by at least n thou
sand small but shnrp-volced lnccts. What
Katydid has never yet len told nnd never
will be. Wo havii i.u doubt hh ought to
Ui ashamed of herself. Hut she Is not
alone. Mini y other girls have been ns
foolish as shu.
An Aivii'KM". Wu aro compelled to
chronicle an accident Which happonoJ on
Commercial avenue, yesterday. A lady In
search of Hanny s dry-goods btore, nml, a
n matter of iviirc, at tho same tinm in
search of excellent dry-goods and great
bargitlus, unfortunately panod by tho door.
Shu tlnally recovered from thu accident,
ana oinaiucu irom .Mr. nanny imrgains
which so pleiued her husband, that ho im
mediately called on Tnbcr Urothers and
purchased for her u full ct of that 11 tin's
Hauiiatii .SViiooi, Mkktimi. Tlioro
will bu a Sabbath School Muss mooting of
all thu friends of thuSiibbath School, at the
Presbyterian Church to-night, beginning at
8 o'clock. The exercise will conslt of
good singing and hort speeches relativo
to thu work in this count v. After which
thu liev. Fred. L. Thomson of Shnwnev
town will pn-int tho subject of a grand
Sabbath School Mans Convention for
Southern Ills. All the oUlccrs, touchers
and children orthiiCnlrosohoo) with nil
thu citir.ens friendly to the cause iim cor
dially Invited to attend.
Ei'iiKMKft Fatiikk. A correspondent
of thu Now York Tribune u.-rts that the
Empress Eugenie has a right to mourn a
father in tho into Hurl of Clarendon. This
may or may not be true; but If shu could
only see thu lino tovkof Indies' dross goods
for !.alo at thcstoioof Scott Whlto, in this
city, ho would not noiirn for her father
or anybody. Shu would bo dulli-hi.,!. If
our lady reader U Hi-vo that wo aro draw
ing the long bow In this matter, wo n.k
mem u vtll .Mr. Whitu atom and teu
fortheuuulve.. And then his prices! Why.
ho sells at most a.toiiMilng low rates.
TniNsiKiiKi:i.-.Siter Aiigu.tn, of tho
Order of thu Holy Cross, for many voars
in charge of tho Inilrinary In this citv, has
been transferred to some other station, nnd
will soon leave for her new Hold or u.eful
noss. During her administration of the
atralrsof the lullrmary, the go.nl ter.
by her dovotlon to the sulf.jiicrilleing du
ties of her merciful mission, ..ocured tho
rwpect of all members of our community
Protestants as well n Catholics, nnd won
theaflectlon ofahostof friends, upon whosu
misfortunes her kindne.s shed benedictions
which always illuminated, mi l fr
dIuintod thorn. TU
science, which is puru hupplness, will fob
lowtno gooU hlster through all her life;
and with her, too, will go thu kind wishes
of every porson In Cairo, who respects tho
i--.. i i i ......
.uiiKii'uuou wurKcri in mo uroau nciu or
human misery, ovor which the example, of
such at iho sheds n glory that robs It of
much of h (-loo,,, and many of its horrors.
Tiik Wau Kkvi-.h in Oaiko. Tho
friends of Franco and Prussia n Cairo oc
caslonally indulge in acrimouloiu discus
slons, but rarely jirop0u to settle the difll
culty by blow.. Prance has Mmy friends
in tho city, but Prussia has thu greater
Wc would suggest, that, wlillo Amer
icans Imvo a right to sympathise with
cither of thd bolllgureuls, thoy should not
allow their angry passions to rise and thus
endanger eaeli others oyes. What s
Franco to us or wo to Prussia that wu
should tight for Franco or pull hair for
Prussia? Ilecuba was of more account'
to Hnmlut's player than cither of thesu
nations is to Americans. So let tho w!du"
world wag as it will, we'll bo gay nnd
happy still, and watching tho light with
Interest, will act tho part of the philo
sophic Vifo, and occasionally say, with dis
tinguished coolncs ; "Oo it husband; go
It War C
ItoiuilNd Swimmkhs. While a number
of young men wero bathing in tho Ohio,
iii.t evening, a mischievous thief robbod
their clothes of monoy, shirt studs
and other valuables, and thou tied thu
shirt uleeves and pantaloons' leg Into
Oordlon knots that had to bo cut.
Tho scono nt tho dressing was ludicrous.
A half dozen undressed men grouped in
tho moonlight, with shirt slcoves up to'
tlioir mouths, uttering curses as loud as
deep, was a sccno for tho brush of a comic
painter. A serious fellow of the brush
could not have dono Juitico to It. And
then when tho necossity for a sharp knlfo
presented itsolf, and nil tho knives of the
party wore in tho pocket of the thief I Then
there tens cursing. Finally, ono, more
brilliant than tho rest, tore otr his sbirt
slocvus, succeeded In getting his panta
loons legs untied, and, clothing himself,
visited a saloon in the neighborhood of the
bathing jiIhco and secured a knlfo with
which tho dressing problem of the unfor
tunnto young men was solved,
Iskniikuq'h Hand. Wo do not profess
to bo an extraordinary Judgo of tho tuneful
sclonco of music, but do profess to know
that tho music furnished by Isenbcrg's
string band last night was the most deli
cious wo over listened to in Cairo. At
about ono o'clock tho band stopped in front
of our residence and played several tunos,
and, what with the night time and the pecu
liar sonsation of being awakoned from
deoji sleep by melodious music, was per
fectly choerlng. Ocntlo musicians, wo,
aro almost persuaded to quote nt you the
celebrated passage from tho Merchant of
cnice, in which Jessica describe) tho dell
clomnoH of such strains ns yours, and
putfs music which could not, wo are sure,
havo been half so lino ns that you discoursed
l oit tiik Lk(IInlatuiik. Under tho
now constitution tho Stato will bo divided
into representative districts, and the
county of Alcxandor will bo District No,
I, Who, then, shall be tho Democratic
nonnneu in this oounlv? "Wo have heard
that Hon. 11. W. Webb Is willing to draw
Mr. Pope ovor tho coals and lay him out,
ami imvo also heard tho suggestions madn
that'.Mr. M. D. (Junior, of (Inosn IsMnd,
woum no a strong canUldato and make n
A iiiiival. Colonel McKealg's postolllco
bond has arrlvod and ho Is now laboring
to obtain bondsmen. When ho succeeds,
he will reculvu his commission, and go in
the front whllo Colonel drabem goes out
thu back door of tho postolllce. Colonel
(Iruham'soirensois, that ho refused to glvo
a life situation to ono of tho Munn family,
and voted for llaiim two years ago. Major
Dan cannot forgive any man who does not
pat his family on tho back orservu him as
a tool when ho has an enemy to punish or
n rival to lay out.
H. ani It. Smyth! Tho Mound City
Mr. Ilernnrd Smyth, of Cairo, has sold
out his Interest in tho Arm of U. Smyth ic
Co. to his brother, .Mr. Itobert firalth. All
will regret to learn of tho withdrawal of
thu genial ami warm-hearted senior of the
old ilrm, but thu gentleman who takes his
place has no superior. Much success to
thu housu of H. Smyth & Co.
Kkv Hinii Check. Mr. J. H. Hod
man, at thu postolllco, manufactures koy
ring checks with thu iiamo and address
stamped on them, for almost nothlnif. Ono
of thuso check fastened to n hunch of koys
will insure Its return, If It should bo lost
nnd fitll into the hand' ol oven a passably
Wiikn thu steamer Ilisiimrck lundud
aguln.t Phillips' nuw wharf boat, this
morning, she ran under the guards and
then hacked out, pulling tho wharf-boat
out into tho river far anough to drop thu
hiveo gang-ways into tho water, and twist
and otherwise injuro them.
ItDN'Kuicr. Wo aro in receipt of cards
blaring thu following Inscriptions:
CKNTKMAHV U. II. CHUIICII,
u Kotos, kt,
ll'..I,Kai, Jul; J7M; W0,at llv'tM,
.Win (; r, AM.iiif.1.
Mr. Utnry lUMt.
Now, wo tako it that this "Benedict, the
married man" Is ourfollow townsman, Mr.
Elliott, of thu Arm of Elliot
V Haythorn. Wo haro been fur a
long tlmo oUho opinion that Mr. Elliott
would tlnally awaken to n realizing souse
of tho utter folly of bachelorhood, and con
gratulate htm on the fact that ho has been
Induced by thu charms of one of the fair
sox to nbnndon the llfy ofsinglo blessed
ness before it was too latu. We wish tho
hannv nalr contlnunl lumni ,i i.
'all their marriod life, and hopothat. while
-W 111111 . '
jsr. jvmoiiii ousincss may continuoto In
croaie until most of tho children of thu city
nre, siiou n ins stirp, that h iuy not ne
glect the,duty .oC losing no. time In the pro
curement of n number of little feet of kit
on.', to be clothed wills, jhqesf tho, most
costly materials nnd'ticatcs! palcriis.
rado.is In tho city. At' tho Commercial
hotel. .Ho hopos to bo able to orgtinUo jn
Cnlro'n company to opornlo In tho nailing
buslriOiW Ho has wltirXIm sfclnen bf
oUrtrliI6h ho whl t&ofplonsu jfl 1 fxhlb
lUiifny of our'cltlzens whb hfo' Inter
ested In such mattors. 1
-u. n..,...i H,vih Slt)i his brothir
Martin, will sail for (Salway, In Ireland,
tho latter part of this week.
Lawvers Green, Allen1 Mulkcy and
Albrhrro In altondanebVntcourt i"
u nton county. , , .
Kov. Mr. Pooto, of the Presbyterian
clmrcli. ls on a tour of recreatloB- Ho will
do noscnt several -weeni..
Mossm Hollld'ay and 8alTord aro At
Chicago, which "means the Junction rail
road. . i
Mr. (Junior, of Gooso Island, was In
the city yesterday and to-dny.k klle
'thatcroiis and Democracy In his locnlity
aro in splendid condition.
William ITanrv. Thomiu and' Goorno
Winter left tho city, yesterii, Bftenobrj,
for Cincinnati, to attend thu funeral or n
brother, who died In that city on AVodnei
day'last, The deceasod hadibodn sick for
n number of years. ; , ,, j j i
Mr. W. U. Hockiell, formerly of thiji
city, li now ln!tho gold mlhln'buslncss In
Central City,. Colorado,, Tho llf.gittcr, ol
that place, In the issue of li)th Jnst., snyst
"Mr. f. H.ltockwoll showed us n beautf-
fnl liar nf fold from tho ChloriiiBtiod
"" " D - - ,
Works. It weighed about 35 junc, and
would1 probably coin over twenty 'dollars
por ounce. This Is, the last, of i hflf down
bar of about tbosamosl.e'that Imvo been
taken btit within slr wcoks.''
Good Calf Boots for tw od'ollars" an
scventy-flveMnt only at' P. NotTs, No!
9 j V sj - . J fc v
Fok tbo cooltit nnd tnMt patutuble lSt
corner or wasnuyjionavcnuoniiu iwuhui
stroet. .C- a - - )nm-
-Gossamer, Llslo Thread, Silk, Linen
cross-barrod and merino undcr-wcar, suit-
ablo for tho sooion, at the famous clothing
house of John Antrim. No. 73, Ohio
Du not be discouraged. II you have
dvsnopslaor any disease of the liver, thero
Is n lone; life of hannlness before you. If
you only u&6 Simmons Liver Regulator.
i i Tricot and basket casslmerssuit, very
One,, insdo to order, at the bid reliable
clothing houio of John Antrim, No, H
Fresh, healthy SweeJlih Leeohei recelv
vd regularly from the importers in Now
York. Applied and sold, wholesale or re
tall, by F. TliEOllOLD,
JyC-lm Sixth st., neijr Ojilo Jseyee.
M I KKAlTwATEUW.
HI1ST UK TIIK KKAKOX
Kilngen, Soltur, and llluo Lick
Wnteri', and all tho other variety of
Waters from thu celebrated springs of Gcr
many and America, on draft nnd for 'sale
by the glass gallon or barrel at tho drug
store of H, T. "Whltakor, No. 108 Commor
clal avenue, Calri Ills, npll2tf
Una Atlr,Coliiiiilii; Aimiul, rmlueali
l.iltlu lliiek, Cluu; MilLrey, da
Alsn, Cinm Hee.Ht, Louis;
Kieims Klojil, (.'inn.
I n Atle, Culuiiiluit; .Mlltry, 1'itilucsli;
Her, New Orlsanai ArmaUu, do
Alaska, Ni'r Urlrans J l.'iiuna Floyd, Mrmiilils j
I.UIIu Itock, Ml. Hock; Umpire. Nashrllle ;
Tho weather continues nearly clear and
very warm tho thermometer Indicating
from BC to t0, according to the locality
of shudo In which it is placed. Thu tem
peraturo seemed higher to-day than It real
ly was on account of tho brcczo being
lighter than yesterday.
Tho river has fallen two inches slnco
The Mississippi and tributaries abovo
Cairo aro falling, with six and a half foot
to St. Louis.
Tho Ohio Is rising slowly at Pittsburg
with thrco foct eight Inches In the chan
nel. It Is falling, at Loulsvillo with live
foot wator on Portland liar. The canal
was closed yostorday, nnd tho Loulsvillo
nnd Cincinnati mall boats will bring all
freight from Cincinnati for points below,
on tho Ohio and Mississippi rivor, to Port
land, delivering it to steamers thero at II f
toun cents per hundred, Including drayago.
Only four nnd a half foe t Is now report
ed on Walker bar, although thero is rivo
feet water abovo Evansvllle.
lluslncs hero continues fair.
Tho Olive Branuu cleared lost night, af
ter lining up hero with 200 tons Southern
Tho Evansvllle and Nashville packets
continue to bring good trips for rcshipmcnt
to St. Louis and the South.
Tho fine snag-boats at Vound City are
to go immediately to the Missouri rivor to
clear out snags while the water is low, as
$150,000 has been appropriated for tho lin.
provement of that river.
Capt. J, M. Phillips droppod his splen
did new wharf-boat "down to tho graded
portion of our lovee, yesterday, and is
now ready for business. It is the largest
und most complete wharf-boat In tho
Tho Hello yt. Louis is tho regular packet
for Memphis to-day.
The City of Evansvlllo takes thu place
of the Quickstep to-day, kud will leave
during tho scnsoicm Tiionlaysj and Fridays
Tho Mi)ry Miller takes tho old days of
tho,Cjty of Ev.ausville Wednesdays .tirnl
Saturdnya commeiiolng to-morrow. TIo
(luick8lup;repnlrs at aiotthd City nfter ,u
long season of hteady work.
Good C'otton flocks, onlv IB cents par
iiair or.$l 25 cents por doz., nt.,1. f(ofl1,s
lo. 70 Ohjp Lorce. . tf.
lie ou 1 our GlBard, I
Tl.n nnriatnlltlllt PlUtCeftl Wlllnll fur titlthlw xatj
Ins acconl'1!",', 'he llo of Hosteller's Hioinsoli
iimers pioiun's me mi; ui irnorani noiiruin-
mnnifira. In nil 0.1 TIP OT thocntlntrv. anil thm rtn.
terfiltlnx Imslni'ss having Loen mentureaUy
ilujriinuiiiiconeqiiriroooi mo numerous nulla
nsllliileil njialnst the offirnlerii, aupw systom of
tactics lias Locn mlopteu.- in tlio West and HouOi
rjirclall),K logion of "BUlcrn" priipnrel Ironi
wortlilr uialeriaN ami lirarlng n varlel; offialnds
liaio lici'ii jot up by irresponsible nilvrnlnieiii
Willi the hope of siibilUullnij them to some extent
for t lie Hlanilanl Tonic or tlm Age. In sutno
ensea rounlry ilriiKilsla ore tlio enncoctota utul
iiruirletora of thesu uilsclcntinii anil tranlircani
iounili wlilcli are warmly rvcoiunienJail ty the
iiinlrrs, Hliarnilentnr tojilm them otr upon tho
creiliiloililullcil of tlio girut fjiculllii wlifcli lin..
neTcr in nii'i n iiicci'.-siiii ouuipciiior eiuinr
ninniiKjiroprli'lary irepriitloinor the mcilleitica
(.resoribnl in prnale practice. Tills notion N
intcmlrrl to out tliiiptiblio ou their (iiarU nnslnst
icru.iijiis of parties imi:ikiiI In tlio atlrinptto
nubstltuto mere rutljiih tor tie moat efflciciit
rtouiiiciiie nml altvrutivo nt pmsent konn. At
inifieasou 01 iiip yi'.ir vwiru iifiiiiuy ana eoiu
plaints arising from n lark of vital energy ro gen
erally prevail, 11 is 01 urn irruicsi eoDSBtu'iicp
that no.tricka bhouM be llainl Mltli ili.orcsreil
nnil eiifpsuledassti'in". A, therefore (or llos-
ti'lter s Mnmaeti Hitters, ino (jreai vegutanie in
MHorunt niKlaltcrutlie, unJ rek-cl, Willi coutriapl.
tho norasi than use1eH ineilleta 0ITril ln its
piiivu, u is us imp irinni umiiii pnuuo ns loint
proprietors of tlio famous roatoratll. that this
ulilce slidlil J Le hei'ileil.
FIRST NITIOHU BlUK
ISAKIKI. lirHD, Frralilesill
HSSHKKT W. MII.LKH, Vlee.Sr.t
'. IV. nvuUVM, Cashier.
Collections Promptly Made.
lixrhntiKc, Coin, HiiMlt olst
nnd United NIiiu m Mcciirl
(lo Hoiiifhi aud
Intcroat Allovrcsl on Hue 'lie posit.
CITY NATIONAL BINK
Capital - - 100,000
W. . IIAI.I.IUAY, l'rtsldist
A. II. HAKI'Oltl), Caslilrrt
WALTKIt II VMI.OI, Asslataiss CaaliUr.
Nlsalt TajUr IT. I. Ilalllday,
colt Whits Holit.H.I'aasliirhsi
llro. I), ltlllliiusoa, Mrphrn Fllrrf,
A. II, SarTnH.
KxIiiiiik. Coiu and
U. 14. Jloiitl lloiiKlit
Xox3oavltoa XI. uoolvod
A UK.VICUA1, HANSilMI lll!Sil!VF.M
" ' iKAr,i:iu m
And Aiji llls of
oiiio mvi:u and kanawha
Z. !. Malhiisa, K. .'. Uhh
jyjATinj.ss a- i iiis,
L't.i Ohio Lfv'(, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Kpt' U.Ill.iuioiiMirii In lit purchase aad sain of
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
U'Ft'uiiiily National Haas, Intou, III.; W'm.Uhl,
I'lion. HI : Citr National Hank. Uairo. Illinois:
MiiIIichs, liolars Co., Commission Merchants,
(.'hiiaKo, III.; llaltlwlh A Ktonc, Coui...Mereliants,
Chto.vo, III,, I ow, Moran A C), Chicago. Ill,
Q W. UK HEX,
Successor to Failis, Green Co.
K. H. Aytrt. k. J. Ayers.
YERH V CO.,
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
J.JAI,MI1 V IIIIOTIIKIIN.
V it .
' - II f
CtlKltK'iUl.All CAIUO ANIM'Alil'dMI
It V. ioni'HRntt...Ci,n H r,.Vli,i'.IAM-)...Crl:
'Will blV Wiulsrly"isah6T'(i;ioAVinK ti.uro evry
da' (Hirular esLOeptadnt'lialf.liast a b'olock p.m.
'1 lie Armiuia la a awitl aiile-KUquI slcanirr, iiav
lag vcryittiflorMdornmi)itldin for'lmtli paK
cnttcra ami freight. . ...
hho eimneeta at Puaiwuli wills Die, Viiiulirrlaml
nnS TetmesSi.eVlVrr 'pae-keta linl the New Urlenna
and Ohio railroad.. Kor pnrticulnr, PPjy "I"
board, nr to M. J. BUCKl.tV,
l?aoir viaem ni
KH TOW JIOAT.
Tho Now Tow una Job llout
Tr. . COULTER, 'MusUr,
Is nrunarnl 'at all llnira to drf r 1 1 klniN hi tovr-
Inn and JoMilns mi-Slit inost rtnonalili. tntix.
Ilcaiiimrirs ns u.nro. iniuois.
3 I l.tilsA, .li
IT..1 hl.li M
ttO OHIO LEVEE,
U'..nl,l rawiriillr Inform thr rltlfns of Calm
Mi. I viciuity, lliai no is nns prr j.aini iu niiuisu
Full Fetalis an. I Hpr-'incatlons for l'uMIe Unll.I
inus. l'rltatr Rfsi.K'lirrs. ami llrl.Ii-f)f all kinds
Ppxcial attautioa Kiren lu llio preparation ol
U. S. Patent Offloa
Atnl also for all Uln.ls of.Mill Munnfi'-tiiririK nml
Kinrlnctriua' srotk. .HiisfauU'Kurnn?J.
ilfrsrMp"('nly soTWIteJ. UfTlce o. II Thorn.
JOHW HYLAND'S HAL005
! anppllSMl wills all kl!a of
Soor, AIo, Aso.f
O.V COMMERCIAL AVKM'I-
llitvri-in Klgntn an.) .VinlIiHlrrt,
Thr IWrsty, wtilo B.nl ll-inor, shouM ir
tits It a call, anil Uioso who ant a
FB.lOBlifT CIO AR
dan hate their wants supptii'il at his Ur,
Proprietor of the
Billiard Saloon and Dar Room
loj CoiniuerciHl Ave.,
Cairo. - - - - Illinois
Popular Public Resorl
Wtii-re the rlsllor xlll f.rul laraa airv rooms
IU(JaTE!.l.i: ASU I'lUCOXIIOLE TAUI.KS
t.'oiofotUUr sials, lUi, anil a tar supplie.l with
theU'sl ah. I cooUslltKt'r lr, Ihvii.urrsl miuis
ami Honors. i-lKrs. rto.. to li foiin l In Ciro.
I Krrrytotly is ImllsU to call In ami vol oil."
i irniy oi room irr to iorWHij.
sQARli L. HIOHAN,
Is pri'pirr.l tu ilo all kirnj f,t
IN THE PERRY HOUSE.
. CO-SNRB I'OMMBU'f Ar. A VEX UK AXIS
1 K1UHTM SSTBEET.
sssrlliU the ouly flrt-tU Hlgn I'aiulerln
ZVCKHEIOIsIJ, EH 11 i:R
IMPORTERS OF ITALIAN MARBLE
ACOTt ll GHANITE, stc.
WAItEHOOMS A.NI) WOHK .SHOP, OOKNEB OP
TJURD Atl UT. iNN HTRRKTO,'
Monnmrntii, Vaults, OraTe Stones, Mantles,
Vhnnhiny, eu.'., estauleil with miix-rior work
UMiitnip. at lowest prioi'.
, EoKliah, German nnd Hebrew lettering ilone
In tliu beat atjle,
Mnrliloniul liranlto l'liiri'S, by ho best hClil
tuica of Kurope, Imporlvtl.
All work guaranteed.
l'or(lslas, apply to
CABI Is. THOMAS, Agvul,
Comer Einlillirilrest a'uJ (.'ouimerclal Atruue.
fltKKX iV OlIHI Itl,
ATTOItNHVS AMI COU.NL'III.I.OUS A'l'
SJIBI inn n, ijrrrn, )
Ulllliim si. SSIIItert, SAIHO, ll.l,.
MlltN V. SJIIlMirS, J
Hnevlal iitlciitiiiii i.ivi.i, 1.. i.iu.ir v.iv mi l Hu:iio
Uftlca oil Ulilul.cvrc. Uonliis 7 sasstl
otrjiMiiy Kaiioniil llniiH.
I.MCX, WKIIHiV HDTI.r.lt
A1T0HNKYS AT l-AM',
Ultlre In llrnss' v IIhIIiIIiik, ,1,1 m i
us ssiii nir, nun s iiiiniirriini
W.J. All.,,. i
II. Watson Wib, 5 t'AIHOi ll.l.
I.. I' Hiillrr. S
HU A HD.VF.lt, M. I.,:tiln,
RIXIIiKNCK - Cornrr or feifiilli mil
U'nlniil lrwf lll'l I f I lln I iiitif.r ,l,.vn....u
our iiih I'livii.tiivf. 'iri'iui; imi'ity i loin m
n.111. to VI in.. (Hmi.hi h i xvi oti . I.. rrnm -r.
WILLIAM It. h.niTII, M. II,
lll..-lli'..NCl:-No.'Jl. 'Iliirlniith!-tr t
brtHrcii M'ushlnuloii .Ui nne lui.l Walnut Htrm
tl'HCl-lir. Coinmnclul Aienux, upslnlrs.
tt W. IHI.VM.Vu', .11. I. Its'H
IIil.'N'Ci: Comer Ninth nu.l Wnlniit fit
OFKICIV-Corner f-ixiU Hlrret nml Ohio l.rirr
OrTICi: llOt'llS-Kroiu II n.m. In VI 111 , u I
raom n to C p.m.
rJIIi: C lirAI 8'1'OKK,
Millinery, Fancy Goods, Elc,
MRS. C M'GEE
Inritss special nltijilMm t I. if pit ut it 1 I.
Women IHUni's' nnl (.'liilslrcii'
AuilatliOUianilolhi'tlh ti(s Ib.ir aimol I I.J
nierati.liii an a.Itrrt.-rif nt -n 11 lUtrrrnioeJ
to desstrv ami inalntn 11 for her eMtllKhmrul
th nam, of
THE CHEAP STORE.
HvnjoO'l ar Irrsh, sea.uiiat lean I Ulii jl.sU
the will p e you luurv fur llm sui ainouiil ol
inon) lluii auy othtf slum n Uwn. liuu'l lot)
until yon tall on her - tally If ion Maris run
llnery rho-I" i.r wnnisn's unl rnildrni'a fiij-
sriCMs. i-ui. ini
nARD 3&d BOTT
UI I'.VKUV DKM Itll'l IO.V,
Lath, Shingles and Cedar Posls
MIIISINIIKII O.V HIISSHT .MITII K,
OKNKit COMMKiU'lAI, AVK.MU:
.VXD TIJXTII STIir.KT.
4 jIIKO, 1 1,1.1 NO I is.
y w. TJIOK.VTO.V,
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LATH AND LUMBER
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1 TENTH STRKKT
Bclwoen Commercial and Wash
AkMtss fsr ltM'k Rivi IHper
CuiiiiiiiiijNNIii'allihig F'lt anil
II.1V. JssIiii'm Tiiiirvosl Rsssf
iiimilwH) on IiiiiiiI.
" ' CAS,
rro tis t'oxMffiiTitH.
F. S. MURRAY
Kfar tbe Corner of IMflill) Street uml I'uui.
lui rrlal Aicniie,
llns lupiilleil himself with one or II. Mi Poiisl l
rartivailissatisttril with tho reKistermu of their
meters can now have lliein tested. If til meter
are found true the small eipense nf the test will
bechanced to the party causing it 1 II the mer
is loniiu 10 im correi-i nu enaryw wni "'""
A FARM OF 100 ACRES
. , A eonipiiaiioii 111. luiiiu .. "
uoua ui 1 no jio iiiosieiiu ''"";: ,. fi.iV...irni
KfoJe luinilSin .e.r.e.u
Kn . send-Kiny Cen,.'h.V
IIiImvoH;. Von 'H W' rei,H 1,1
Mi Kt .nayssarii,