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Tlie Cairo Bulletin, July 38.
NEWS OF IKS BIT,
Kaiuioad. Vlnceimos 1m "'I"1
otlirr $10,000 to lliu Cairo nn.l Vine"'"'
1'kriokai Judge Allen return, from
Union county tills waning. Ho will
,elurn Inn fen-dy4 to complete In, lu..
noM nt court.
ToMTicAr. Tno 1'ulaikl County Dem
ocratic Conrcnllon will meet nt Mound
Citvcn MoniUy next. Twenty-six tlolo
Ktci wl '" present.
l.iirJK'i gentlemen, everybody, go to
the fircul nuctlon inlc of linen goods this
evening nnd to-morrow, on Cointnercliil
nvfnuc, nt Schultz't old ttnnd.
At 1'ak. Our County Trensuror, AVrri.
Mnrlln, Is dally redeeming county order.
Vc elmll expect to sec county orders at
par next year, and our county llnanccs In
fin excellent condition.
Contention. Do not forgot tho county
convention whtcn meets at tho court liouso
on Saturday nt 1 o'clock. Let tho at-
tendnnco bo lnrgc; txvcnty-to delegate
nnd twonty-two alternates will bo selected
to attend tho conventions nt Metropolis
Ij.st 'Wahni.no. Tho drawing tor tho
.line rcsldcnco of 1. Jteilly will como oif,
positively, on tho 1st of August, if returns
nre mado for tickets sold. Tho tlmu is
ahort, for those not having tickets, to se
cure them. Mr. Kcllly's rcIdcuca cost
over $1 1,000. An Investment of ?5 may
Count v l'oon. Thoro nro at present
four persons id thu county poor home.
Tho proprietor Vtm. Suilloy compels
every ono able to labor to do
so j honcc tho general anxiety to bo olso
where. "Vc nro Informed that tho cost of
keeping paupers tho present yenr will not
exceed Ave thousand dollars.
A Dimt'ULTr. An earnest hut not
terlous light occurred last evening, near
tho corner of 18th street on "Washington
nvenuo, between two dark'Ics. It seems
that ono of tho parties had Induced th
other's sweetheart to accompany him to a
dance n few evenings ago. Tho Injured
party was victorious, giving tho tresspas
ser upon his rights n orcro flngellntlon,
Tur. uttornoys In tho caso of Tho l'co
plo vs. Orlcr, convlctdl for living with n
colored woman, havo secured from Judge
Walker, of. tho Supremo Court, a super-
cedoas, staying execution of thu vurdlct
of the jury In tho caso until about the
mlddlo of August. It Is claimed that tho
witnesses for tho prosocutlon were In
fluenced mid, In fact, did testify ful.ely In
tJUEttY. "Wlint has lecomo of tho "Cairo
Acadamy of Sciences ' such n soelety was
formed about a yearormoro ago. A lurgo
collection or botanical una geograjihlcal
specimens was secured. Whoro nru they ?
Is tho society defunct? Alio, whoro tiro
tho legal olllcers of tho Cairo I'ubllc
School Library Association? Old fogies
and old fogyism generally rim such in.ti
tutlons Into tho ground.
K. II. OsWAti & Co., havo on hand
boveral of "Singer's" llnu sewing machines,
which will bo sold at great bargain?, as
they will leavo tho city In a few days;
iilso two good ones tit 50 and SCO each.
Persons desiring machine needles', ut 70
cent per doz, will do well to give themu
call. They will also dispose of tholr fur
niture and millinery goods, nt their store
room, on Commercial nvcnuo, on .Monday
affrnoon and evening, August 1st.
"WoiiTuy SEI.ECTIO.V. It will bo seen
by reference to the programme for tho
JSouthcrn Illinois Teachers' association,
published in our paper to-duy, that MIn.es
Jwlo and Josslo I'JilUU if this city, will
furnish lntrumcntal music for tho associa
tion, "Wo congratulatu tho oxocutivo
eomtnttteo upon Its Judicious selection.
-Mm. uoiio ana Jessie, wnen we con
sider their youth, aro not oxcollod in their
proficiency as piano performers anywhere
v o trust that raron Kroh will wo that
I ... . ! I- . .... . .
u jpiuiio in Anna win oo at tno scr-
vlco or theso young ladle during tho as
rosxroxEP. Tho propoiod visit of tho
Mobilo Chamber of Commerce to this city
iias been postponed until next fall. "Wo
aro of opinion that this Is a wise conclu
luii. Although wo should havo doue our
let In an attempt to ontertaliiour friends,
tho great heat prevailing would havo made
tho consultations and the festivities con
tribute moro to the discomfort than to the
instruction or pleasure of our uueits. In
tho Autum, weatbor, however we should ho
glad to meet our friends, and talk over
their harbor matter, resolve to Improve It,
and determine to bo good neighbors, fust
friends and stendfmt customors of oaeh
Oaiko Silvek Cokset 11 and. This
band ordered n new of inllrurncntJ
about ono month ago from Iot0n. Tho
att arrived this morning, conshting of
eleven new pieces. They cost nlno hun
dred and soventy-flvo dollars not Iticlud
Ing tho drums. The old Instrument ute
yet In possession of tho band and will be
old for one-third of their original coil. 1
Tho following gentlemen composo tho 1
l T1u..fot 1
, wii'i ainvi siniLiuiui. ijunii iurnL'ii. i
- , I I
Thk very latest from tho war on high
prices, may lo harncd by calling nt
Scliullz'sold stand on Commercial n venue;
whoro tho great auction of linen and dress I
gooJs is going on morning, afternoon nnd
Hand Houuktc. Young men, who
wish to provu to their lndy-lovw tho in
tensity of their devotion, nnd spunk to
them In tho language of (lowers, should
procure from Jnckul tt supply of his
beautiful hand hoqucts.
Numiikii or Dklkoatkh. Thcro will
be present nt tho Democratic Congression
al Convention nt Metropolis on the lth of
August, 135 delegate. This will bo the
largest delegation ever assembled In the
A Woman's Hiout Convention. Tho
right to buy towels, table cloths nnd all
kinds of linen goods, dress goods, etc., etc.,
nt their own price, Is being held, in thu
morning, nfternooti nnd evening, nt tho
uow auction store, on Commercial avenue,
Scliult'.'a old Mimd. Everybody goes
Tun Uihtii and Death Ohuixaxok.
Tho ordinance enacted by tho city council
at its last meeting, mid approved by Mayor
Mendel, pro Urn, j.rovlding for a registra
tion of birth and deaths in the rity, and
providing pains and penalties for neglect
of tho physicians to report, meets with tho
gcnoral approval of our citizens; but our
City Father have neglected some details
which nreimportnnt nnl neccssory to givo
to the ordinance any vitality. Tho Clerk
has not been nuthoi fr.od to procuro n reg
ister, nnd no blanks for tho physicians
have been provided. It Is not to bo ex
peetedjtliut the physicians will spend their
own money for blanks or uso their own
stationary for the purpose of making re
ports. And, besides, even If they were,
that system would lead to Intcrmluuhlo
confusion. Dr. Smith would mnko out his
roport ono way, Dr. Dunning in nnother
manner, Dr. Wnrdncr In nnother, Dr.
Gordon In nnother, Dr. llrighnm In another,
nnd so on. From thoso reports It would
bo difficult to mnko a uniform rcglstor.
Blanks should be prepared, uniform with
a blank rcglstor, which should be furnished
to tho Clerk. In this way tho roports will
bo simplified, nnd uniformity In the regis
"Why. A correspondent of tho .Vumsks
"why tho report of tho committee nppolnt
ed by tho City Council under the admin
istration of Mayor Obcrly was not pub
lished." Tho committee hero roferrod to
was the invotlgntlngcominittco appointed
to examlno the books nnd accounts of the
city. Its report was novor published
becauso It never reported JTho committee,
composed of such men ns Messrs. ltonrdon,
Jorgcnson, I.onergan, Kennedy and Men
del, met night after night for weeks nnd
did lnbor worth hundreds of dollnrs. They
finally became onroless und no meeting of
the committee could bo obtained. It was
reorganized, nnd succeeded no bettor.
Under tho present administration n new
committeu was raUed, on which was. that
model of Itadleal propriety, Alderman
"Winter, ami It did nothing. After
Col. Taylor got into tho Conn
cil nnother committee was raid,
nnd it Is now tit work. That It will go
through with the labors entrusted to It
wo have no doubt. Tho presencu of Col.
Taylor on the committee Is nu nssurunco
that this is ii fact, Ills nsking much of
men who receive no pay, to glvo to tho
city days and weeks of their labor, but
Col. Taylor, being deeply Interested In the
welfaruof theelty, ported too In nil Its nf.
fairs, has leisure and the disposition to go
to tho bottom of our municipal nlliilrs, and
will do so.
We know tha in tho pust the affairs of
tho city have been conducted
loosely, but tho Itepubllcans are
moro to blame than thu Democrats. Tho
looseness begun under linker, u ltepublican
was continued under ilson, n Holler, elec
ted by ltepublican votes, and was not bet
torud any under Trover, a ltepublican
faithful among the faithless found. Cndcr
llolden u few hole wuro nloppcd, and
since that time the work of reformation
has been going on steadily
Wo have bwen a consistent onnouent of
tho looio manner In which thu iiUuIri nf
tho city havo been conducted liurntof.ir..
and want it reformed altogether. Wo I
huve, therefore, conitiinlly mslitel that
the Investigation should goon, and bellcvu
wo nave been Innrumentul in keeping the
matter "alive and kicking."
How to L'LKANhK vouu l'ltKMihKH.-
Thcro is, says mi axehange, no doubt that
much of tho sickness which nflllctstho p
plo of citiei proeewls from filthy collars
yards, out-liousex, styes, etc. Thu.so
things nro neglocted by many, as nro othor
duties, from pure thoughtlessness, whllo
others never dream of patlngnny attention
to.tncm.. '1 hero nro several remedies for
this most unhealthy condition of thlngi
mat can no easily applied. Tho first Is to put
one pint ot tint llijuor of chloride of nine in
ono bucketful of water, nnd ono pound of
eltioriuo ot lime In nnother buckctfull
of water, add and sprinklo it .over decayed
vegetablo matter, for this purpose noth.
Ing surpasses it j indeed it Is a perfet deod
orizer. Tho second is to take four pounds
of sulphate of iron or copperas nnd dis
solve it in a bucketful of wator, This will
n most cases proven sure remedy In de
stroying all offensive odor. Tho third ii
to take a simple chlorldo of limo and
prliiklo In damp collars, ovor heaps of
"Hli, dirty vards. &c,
All thso theso can
llad at Hrclav'8 and as nric
rices go aro
not, ueur. The lubor loans
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'"wwi mm (jxiimitir. m1i...i.i ...i
. . . V ni.vulU liU
Kducatio.vai.. Tho following is tho
progrninmo for tho next session of tho
Southern Illinois Tcncher's Association,
The newspapers of our State nre respect
fully requested to publish the same :
I'lpKMtniiif of llio tVcMid AnnimlMtpiIng of Hie
Soiillicfii Jlllnulf K'liicntlonal .Uocitiiii tn
liolitlj nt Aiilin, Union County, Illinois, Coin
iiU'nclnjc AuguM ), ihTii.
TtCfDlT NOIHIJiO 'J O'CLOCK.
Intrutnpntnl tnn-lo hy MIp JntU- find Jet
Plilllls, of Calr.-.
AiIilrrMof Weloome, fcy Hot. P. It. Kroli.
Keplv. hy Exrcntlre Commltleo.
I'ri'Hlilrtit'a All, Iff. ! A. IliiatlllMl. HoCHllir.
l!ninp-. lJicu'Ion of J(lrcinnilrff(Tiice
or frtinc Alipoi ulitir nt of C'ominlllcci.
IlkSDAr AntHxoox-2 o'cloci.
Music, Jolf I'hllll".
I.i llire liy Prof. Of o. Vey, HIchTlcw Study
IMper liv W. T. Jckon, Weslfid'll Mstne
niatic mi lMuctlontl Agnil.
HlMiimion of Itonott. ,
P.Tlodlral, by the young Ladltf of Decatur Pub
lic flcliool. ' ' ' 8
Dixcusiiion f riiPntlou ShotilJ Professional
.School lo tho work of Aciulemlts onJ High
Action I. A' U. Illllman. of Washington Countfl
TlieKireHte)pr, Pope County) undolhet.
AdJre, fiy Hon. Nenlon rittemsi, SUIe Super.
Inlemlentof I'ublic inatriiction.
Mtniimi MotxiMS 9 o'tuirx.
Hiulr-, Jo.lo Phillis.
F.ilucatlonnl (jiicrlcits Clark IlrsilcD, Csrlion
ilnle. Tin. TeMhcr il hi Hiibjeeti S. M. Kltcr,
Uiicunlon of nuetloni pertaining lo tkn School
room . J. M, Patrick, Cenlmlin sW.ll. -ott, Me
tropoll; II. (I. Itoot, Tsmtron j Mr. HrrK Hv
line Counly ! aoiI other.
HIDHtiliST SrT(RKOX 1 O'CLOCS.
Mimic, liy Jele Phjlll.
l'ower or WoH, W. M. ISnlcar, Industrial Unl
verlty. Kdiirntlon Neeildl dy lhe Anierlrsn People: Dr.
II. ftlwnnl, Normal Unlverilty.
lVriiMlriil, ly the youett I.a.llei of the Clro
iculonof Aililrtnits, boe.
Mrcuolon on Methods of Tewhlng ilirTerent
liranche In nerertl iltptrtmenls of Hchooli I Dr.
Kob't All)n, T.A. E.llolcomb, nnd all who de
sire. IDUDir vinu.
Mii.le, Jolo Philll.
AJJre'ixi, hy John 11. Oterly, Cairo.
Dissuasion of question Do Normal Hchool ac
compllah Die nliject propated by thsmf Prof.
Kdwarda, J. K.Jiuiindaon, Joel U. Morgan, and
Tiii'ifDsr xoaaiao J o'ctocn.
The Biudy of the English Lajigusg i W. A,
June, President Indiana Dial Normal Hceoul.
Paper, ly J. M. farts r. (laographr.
Iiicusion ol Lectures,
. Lecture, hy MsJ. J. W. Powell, if in tho Stale it
the time I huhjeot Canons of Colorado.
Tutasbss artiaioos, '
Mutle, Jel Phlllla.
Ad Ires, by Dr. J. M. dreary, nKnt Indus,
Diacusslons if Lecture, and Practical Kdnea
Klecllon nf OITIctri.
Iteporl cA Committee. Iteport of Fxieutlse
The KieciitlteCommltteo dealre to snake the
meeting Mh Interestlngand practical. Member
bavins questions which they dealr to liava ills
cued are ren eted to present them early. Tha
usual railroad facilities may ba expected, aod
Kratiiltou entertainment ty thacltlsens of Anna
tn all who will accept It.
JOKL . MOrtOAN.i Kxecutlfi. Com.
W. C. UltlKKlTH. J
A now supply of Calf Boo U and Qaiten
tut received nt 1 NcfTs, Na Vi Ohio
Tho Washington Saloon, corner of
AViwhlngton nvenuo nnd Fourteenth street,
Is (he plnco to get tho best nnd coolest Cin
cinnati Lager ileor kept In tho citv,
Now Is tho t f i no tu securo tho most
deslrnhle rooms nt the St. Charles at low
llguret. During July, August and Sep
tember, n largo deduction from regular
rates will he mado. A few moro day
lmr!iTS can be nccommodnted nt tlfo old
rate. The coo1c.it and most spacious din
ing room in tho city. Jy7dlm
Mm. "Wiiitcomii'h Svnui'. This article
is good for ull diseases Incident to tho pe
riod oftcc thing In cliihlron and Is sold for
cents n bottle. Jy25dawlw
Ventilated hats, In eutlroly new styles
tho most comfortablu und delightful hat
ever worn, at Jno. Antrim's. tf,
Good Culf Hoots for tw odollars nnd
seventy-five cents only nt P. NeflTs, No,
7!l Ohio Leveo.
For tho coolest and most palatablo St
Louis larger beer, go to Meyer's saloon,
corner of 'Washington nvenuo and Twelfth
-Oosiamor, Lisle Thread, Silk, Linen
, cross -oar red and merino undor-wear, suit
ablo for tho season, nt the famous clothing
J house of John Antrim, No. 73, Ohio
,' "ot 1,0 discouraged. If you havo
J-'I,el,' r ny dlsoaso of the liver, there
' " Io"S 1,fo "f hlplnc beforo you, If
yo" ""u Simmons Liver Regulator,
-Tricot nnd basket casslmerssuiu, very
e, md0 to order, at the old rcliablo
c,l ''"K ot John Antrim, Nu. 78
IlAKOAI.Nhl llAKOAINH I A good Mult Of
clothing for ten dollars, ut l NcfTs, 79
Dan Able, Columbus; Armada. I'adueabj
Virginia, Louisville; Mllbry, do
i; UoD.'.V.r.' P'biirg; Marble Cily, Ht. Uuls;
Mary Miller, Evans.) Kale Putnam, do
Alpha, Itashvillc; MckWall, do
fentinenUI, NewOrrm;Odd.''ellow, Vlcksburg.
Dan Able, Coluiabus; Arsaads, I'adacah;
MurWot'lty, Vlcksburg; Mllbry, do
Kato Putnam, I'sville; Virginia, New Orleaos;
Nick Wall, Hhreveporl; U. Conrsrse, do
Mary Millery, Kvans.; Continental, Ht. Louis.
Thu weatbor Is not so clear as It has
been, but the sun still shines sufficiently
to make the heat uncomfortable. A light
storm passed around tho city last Bight
rcndorlng the air very pleasant for an
hour or two, but tho boat was toon as
great us over, and sleep was almost impos
sible after midnight.
Tho rivor hut fallon two inches slnco
Uio Mississippi nnd Missouri ure fall
Tim fill l.i ta n in In rlilm. ut llll.lnr
from recent storms, nod nearly four feci
wntor la reported. It Is rising nenrly nil
tho wny to Cincinnati, from tho swelling
of sldo streams. It Is falling at Louis
vlllo with two and n hnlf feet in tho chuto
down tho falls, nnd four feet ovor Port
land bnr. There Is flvo foot thonco lo
Cnlro, except nt Wnlkcr's, whoro there is
only four and n hnlf feet.
Tho Cumberland is again rising, with
four feet water on Harpeth Shoals.
Iluslncss horo continues good.
Thd" Armada brought 10 hhds tobacco
for rcshipmcnt Kast por llluo Line, 4 ditto
.Cairo warehouses, 6 ditto and 260 plows,
of Paducah manufacture, for resblpment
1 The Virginia added CO tons here, and
Tho Marble Ciiy received 250 pkgs
furniture, 20 tons sundries for Vlcksburg
and way points.
Tho Miller brought 200 pkgs furnituro
101 bbli whisky, 6, hhds tobacco, 12 tiercel
lard, IS tons assorted freight for roshlp
Tho Alpho brought 31,000 hooppolcs, 11
bbls vinegar for Cairo, 84 bags wheat for
Capo Girardeau, 8 bbda tobacco, 1 Mid
bacon for New Orleans,
Tho Commonwealth is duo this evening,
from St. Louis, for New Orleans.
Tho Grand Towor Is tho regular packet
for Memphis to-day.
Tho Idlewlld is tho regular packet for
Kvansvllle this evening.
Tho Snllio Is duo Unlay for Little Hock
The Paducah packets leave nt 3 p.m.
Tho Continental discharged 1,000 bars
railroad Iron, 30 bulos moss, 03 beer kegs,
1C pkgs sundries ut this port for rcship
mcnt North per I. C. It. It.
?OR EVAMWILLE, LOUIS
Tho fine alosmer
J. l. CIIF.NOWITH, Master It. W.W19K, Clerk
Will leave a above on Manday next, August Itt,
at 10 a.m.
Forfrelsht it passengers apply on board or to
(Jyll J. M.PHIMJIH, Ag'l.
Wmssus, It ta understood that the Market Com.
mlttsa has not yet been aMe to make a satlifae.
lory arrangement forth eala and removal of the
present market house Imildingas reiulredbya
resolution of the City Council of April 1st, last,
MiflttJ, That the Cily Marshal b and h hereby
Is Instruct to soil the Mld'hulldlnf ,at publio sale
to tho highest bidder In city orders, puUlo nolle
having been first given la publio newsppruf
In Intended sal, for five days, and a coneJlllon of
the sal being thai said building sliall be removed
Approved this 21st. lav of Julr, IHO.
JUSEril skDKL, M-yox pro tent.
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given that 1
will, on Tuesday, the ltd day of August, 170, at
fiublio sale the building referred to la the forego,
ngprtamblo and revolution known as tk Mark
et House to th highest bidder for cily upon lb
conditions heroin netforth.
Jy2StodSt City Marshal.
O THE PUBLIC
1 have this day sold inr entire interest la the
concern of D. rimylH 1 Co. to Hubert Hinvtli, of
Cairo. Illinois, and bespeak for th new ilrni of
K. Hmvth Co. the patronage heretofore eitcnd-i-d
so liberally to 11. r-royth, Co. Creditors of
the late concern will call upon the new firm for a
settlement of tkelr claims.
Having purebaed Urn Interest of lirrnard
Riuylli in lh rnncern of II.Hmyth A Co., Uhio
tinirri VBIIU, .IIIIIUIP, UUIIII.I. Will w vvn
tinned at the ,U stand under tho flrtn naum of
H. hmvth A Co.. who assumes th llabi lit ea n
the old firm, and Lledie themselves to reniiwoil
elfort to deserve lh publio favor so liberally b
siuwv.i U1.UH iiiu tviiri-ui HI Ii. eilljlll
K. HMVTH It CO,
C4PHINGFIELD k ILLINOIS
Ob 4liafter Thanday. April 13th
i rami ssiss tub loiiow a i
soiNosoi'TMtisT tsava srimqrins.
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ooiso noaTiiwssr-iiiVi rixs,
AaprVVa ....... HMIHM.I.I.HHIM.HlMil A. H.
Mail .....M.. M......M...Mt...M......MMMH.M.i;l f St.
Maklnirclos connwlions at I'ana with Illinois
veiiirn n. iw ior uairo anu ail points south, and
with tin. Ind. Ht. Le 1. 1(. for Indianapolis
and Lnuisvillv, aod all points east aud southeast.
Also, at Hprinvfleld with the Toledo, Wabash A
Western K. It. for yitlney and all points west, and
with the Chicago A Ht, Louis It. ft. for Ht. Louis
..(ivA", w..-. ,, illv muiiii mu ouriiiwesi
y. DOPGK, (leu'l Supt.
JOHN K0(i(ilTT,0en'l Ticket Al,
a rtitf "
rUIKKST HOUTE FIIOM
ss VI Assets
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
Ht. I.eui. Leulssville, Cliivlunatl
jhichso( .new varKs JUottea
PolutN Xsant ud IVorth
ts)ita;cr Tritlsssi ArrlT at aiid leave
Mall . Ciursss.
AKKlVK-atbO A. M ......ai'S( V, M
tiKeiHT-'isiuo a am. mans, as
Both train connect at Central la with traoson th
Passat aSsr, MUasalaf ton, Kl l'aao
na aasi( jsiauiat m rBrf , uaienai
aaaja, a sad all lat Iss Illinois,
MlM)srl, Mlsssiaaalar Wlaeaatla aaei
And with lines running East and West for
Ht. LmIa. Sarlarlelsl, LonUvlUe, CU.
cltuutii uutsUSMsiii sv ueiiabug.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Miehi.
si Bouwarn. aaq riiuourg, ron wyn
and Chicago sUllroadi for
WASUIKOUN C1T. and '
ALL POINTS EAST.
frn-ll.vAt.Bt. ltnblu ftml lnf.iri.i.hnn .. i
at Illiuoii Central BAilroad Uepot. ' vv 1
. n. r, rfuitnaun,
Oeneral Passsnger Agol, Chicago
M. UUOHITT, osnsral Superintendent.
d.JOBtt'yQN, AKQti Csire,
STEAM ENBINES, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
Mill Machinery or all Description!.
No. 248 Eaut Pml Hire!,
c21 deo llyr
yy a. CARY.
13, Sixth Street, Cairo, nilnoln,
Kops rnnstant'y on baud a
lirn supply ofCrane A Ureed'a
tho flrsfstjt nrtA lt w A t s, H I sa
rw now la u, ;Alio retvjj
Wooden Costa. Etc.
A liearsc and Carriages at.
wa)sln reaillness. Jlalraoth,
l'ffn Itep. Olrnns, Buttons
Hum n'i nnvcr rrings
an Hllver Hum. Varnish.
TucLi, Moss Tow, Chalr-Caiio
lleilsnrlnir.. flln. t..ti
j Moss Mattresses
Made to Order.
ZVCKBEIGLE, NEW BE
RY stV Oh
IMPORTERS OF ITALIAN XAIBLK
Nt OTClI UHAMITE, st.
WAHKKOilMS AND WORK HIIOI', COIINKK Ut
THIRD AXD HT. ANN fiTREETH,
Monutnebts, Vault, first, iilones, .Vfanlles,
I'lutnbing, ete., eierute.l Hltli superior work
sum nip, nt lowest price.
, KniflUli, Herman aud llrhrew letlertag don
In the host style.
Martleaud liranlle Figures, hy lliu beat sculp
lures of Europe, Imported.
All work Kunranli'.l.
Kordi'sign, apply tn
CAUL I.. THO WAN, AOHt.
Corner Eighth Hlrei t and Commercial Avenue,
And Agents of
OHIO ItlVKR A!sB KANAWHA
3To. 70 OZXXO XsS
V.. D. Mathus. K. C. Uhl.
jyjA I IILfSS 4: MIL,
1 . Ohio Lcvec, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Hj-t-iiU altontloQ given to the purchase and sale of
FLOUR, HAYand CORN
Matncws, iwurs u.. commlsalon Merchants,
'yu, ... . -..uu, iwtli liu, Illinois,
yii i. iiu m muiir, LVU1, MerCIISDIS,
Chicago, lll.i Dow, Morau a On., Chicago. III.
Q W. JKEE,
Huccenor to Fall Is, Green a Co.)
" And Oeneral
B. D, Artrii. v i
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE.
HE FINE SII)EW1IEEL
KEOULAll CAIRO AND I'AIlt liAlt
U-V.NOltTIIKRR-X'p'n It. F. WII.MAMH...LTk
ply regularly asabor, leaving Cnlro every
IHiindav excented) nt half.past J o'clock p.m.
rhs tmiids is a swlh side. wheel steamer, hav
Inst err superior accommcelatlon for both pass-
osffers and froight. . . ,
Hh eonnecU at Paducah with th Cumberland
and Tennessee river packets and th New Orleans
and Ohio railroad. Por particulars, apply on
board, or to M. J. B ICKUcVt
jtxu Agent at uairo.
JEW TOW BOAT.
The Now Tow ak4 Jok Bat
W. II. COVLTEH, Mater,
It prepared nt all times to do rll kind ol tow
Ing aod Jobbing on tk most ration! terms
HeadouarUr at Cairo, Illinois.
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Would resBsxtfully Inform th citlseos of Cairo
aou vicinity, mat tie is now prepareu to iiirnun
STnll natalta an. I Hneliatlona for Public Ililll.l
ings. PrlvaU sUaldence. nod Bridge of all kinds.
Rpeelal ttnllon given to tho preparation ol
U. S. Patont OflBo
Andftltoforftllkladior Mill MnuUcturln tjjj
jruJKiuvvriuj wuri iiiikiimu muimiwtu. v
drs wpoclfully tolklted. Oltc No. It Them
JOHIf MYLAVDff HsfaLOOV
1st sfUlasl vHli all klsssja mt
3Sssss, Uavle avo.s
OX COMMEBCIAL AVENUE
Between Eighth nnd Ninth Htreets,
Th thirsty, lis love good liquor, should give
lilui call, and those a ho want a
Can hare their wants supplied at his bar.
Proprietor of th
HUlUri KaltMw ai4 Bar Room
IN Commercial Ave.,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois
QENHY Is ATTN EB
Popular Public Resort
VVtisra IKa vl.llnr will fin. I I .... &l. .mmi
BAOmtLK i riOK0l1M.I T1BLU
ComforUbl sssUs, to nod a Ur supplied with
the best and coolest lager bwr, theipurest wines
ad llqusrs, cigar, to., to hi found lo Cairo.
Everybody I lavlld to call In and 'cool off."
FIRST N1TI0NU BANK
BANIKI. UVMU, frllsili
aaauT w. killkb, Tic.tr.t
1'. X. HBsJHsBf, OsnssUr.
Collections Promptly Made,
Exckuce. Cla, MmuU. Nutea
n VnlU HUae tsecHrl
net mnm mum
UUrut Allowed m Tine Depsjalti,
Cin UTIIUL BilK
Capital - - 1M,000
W. r. HU.a,WAY, ?UaSi
A. B. AsTsTOm, OMkUri
WALiTBm HIIbOTi AltasslOaaBlr.
Httats TnyUr W. t. InJUigy,
tt WklUs StM, . Cinaiigkasi
fl. . WUIIkaSMI. sHaa BIvsJ,
A. . 8sTrf.
XehaMKo. Colm aad
u. m. Jiona jfoncMt
A QBNKBA1. s.ANKIH MVMMm
QUEEN A CilLIIEUT,
ATTOKMiYS AXI) COUXLiXLOKS AT
William II, ire u, )
WHIIaus H. Ullbert, S'AIKSS, IS.I..
Wile r. (illliert, J
Hpii lalatttntioii given Ui Adimrnlly and Hiinin.
URlcs on Ohio Levee. It no ins 7 ami
over City National Uaiili.
LIjEN. WEIIR Sc HI1TLEK
ATT0RNEV8 AT LAM',
Otte la Bra' New Hullillnsj, r
or 11 III Nlr. and fouiuserrlal A
H.'waosiVv.lib, CAIKO, 1 1.1.
HWAIIUNEK, M. l., iilro,
ItKHIDRNO-: Corner of f venth aud
Walnut slnwl. OKKICK tin (.ommerf latateniie
over the Postofflce. UFFICK IIOl'ItS-From lo
a,m. to 12 in,, (Sunda)s excepted), and from ito
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. I,
BE)II)KNCNo. 21, Thirteenth slreH
between Washington Avenn and Walnut htreet.
OFFICK-124 Cotninerelal Avenue, op stair
W. IVN.INU, M. I. Ue.
Jt lDK.NCE-kiriier Mnlh and Walnut fit
OFFICK-Corner Hlstli Mrtel und Ohio l.eiee
OFFICK IIOUIW-Krom .m. I.) 1 tn., and
faotn a to c p.m.
IJIHE CHKAI KTORll.'
Millinery, fancy Goods, Etc,
MRS. C M'GEE
Invites sjiiccinl attention to her tu s'i.t stoel.
Wewca'si Mlnsscn HntJ Chlltlrt M'.
Ami a thousand other thing that cannot nu
merate.! In an advertisement. Miels d'termioej
to deasrv and maintain for her etMIriiiiri,t
the name of
THE CHEAP STORE.
IWrgoods are Iresh, seasonable and fsshloi.ahle.
Hh will gt you aior for th same amount ot
money than any nlhsr store In toaa. Iton't buy
until you call on her-especially If you ant mil.
Ilnery goxls or women's and cr.llJreti' tur
shoes, m. rnvltif
OF F.VEHT OKM IIIPTHI.M,
lath, Shingles and Cedar Posts
rOHMINIIED ON HIIOUT XUTII'K.
(JKXKU COMMERCIAL AYKM Y.
AND TENTH STREET,
"y W. TIIlNTO.V,
LATH AND LUMBER
.-OFl lCK, O.Sm...
Between Commercial and Wash
Aienlss far Hock lllver I'Mprr
C'aaistuy,nrShHlliliiD' IVII Hnd
II.W. Jolin'st Improvcsl iiosif.
Isjsinlwy oh Imntl.
IJIO i AH O.VNIJ.MKIIS.
F. S. MURRAY
Hear Ike torarr tt Klghtk Street and I'oai
Has supplied hlinsslf with one or i. Melii,ald
Parti dlssatliflsd with the rtgislsring of their
antr can now bar thm tested. If th melerx
ar found tru th small eipensa of th Usl will
bchargdto tn party causing lit il the meter
I fonnd to b correct no charge will b made.
A FARM OF 100 ACRES
A compilation with full and accutiiplan.
tlons of the Homestead Uwi enabling and in.
itructlng any person how to secure one hundred
ere ol rich farming land for nothing, all month
lfor leaving nome.and In the richest and most
m,i...i. ..T..,,on ,if the Great West. If vou
contemplate emigration send Fifty Cents for
litis work. You will never regret It I
Ms K, Mayssarcl,
hi, Louis, Mo.