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THE OAIBO BTJLLETIIT, NOVEMBER 21
glu uititut,
" m OF TBS CITY, "
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
. w Tlutfi TmIiIs-.
Trmuiiiii I he lllinuit C'eural lusllruad n.iw t
rural mil dppait fium U'airo us folio s .
Mall train, arrius
I!iprss train arrum - l-W r. u.
Mall train Itc in,', a. m.
Kipro-s train Iratri 3.3) r, M.
KiPlgbt train- arri at ;1&. 7:StnJ Uiiw a.tn.i
t il p.tn.j sndloave ntl.U .ni., and at 4:15 nnJ
11 p.m.
Not. 20 If
Catt. Di'oa.vnk ij iu tliu city, His
boat it uilil to by lying up nt I'nducah.
.John Hcott was pulled . beforo 'Squlro
l)rcs this morning, and puld f '1 and costs
tlio )rico named fur tho plain drunk ho
n dulgeit in.
J o.st: i' 1 1 SiiriUDA.v ntiit David Davis,
arrested by alllcur SbcoTinii on h chargo ot
public Indecency, wero llnud J and costs,
each, by Squlru llros.s, this tnurning, nnd
being unnblo to pay the bill wore escorted
to tho calaboose.
Tnr. blncksnilth ihop connucts-d with
Humbltton's Mound (Jity nmrine wy.i,
wss destroyed by flro on Friday night hit,
Lois ?l,00i). No insurance. The origin
of the tiro linot known.
Jam kb Mvllik, John White, Daniel
Loo and Uoorgo Thompson wcro nil cup
lured whllo in tho enjoyment of a plain
drunk. They wero. tnkun boforo squlro
liroit thin morning and fined $'i each, and
thcrico conveyed to tho culaboote, where
they may bo found until Monday morning
next.
Ill let JoitMO I tliu nuino of the
young mati who wn shot by Mr. Cutting,
in Metropolis, nfow days ago. Tim Mound
City Journal says that Juhnion recently
filled tho poiltlon of "plnnker" In Hamble
ton, Collier A Co'i taw mill.
We ar informed that thur art four
gamblers In tho city who, like good coun
terfeit, nro admirably calculated to ile.
ceiTc. Tho untoplils ticatvl strangers
mutt look out, or oooiu of tho "splendid
chances' theio gambltrs will otfur, will rob
them or their last dollar.
Kvcht WiiKki:. The Charter Oak
Store ii on alo in all the principal towns
and cities throughout the South and Writ.
All raspcctahlo dealer have them, and
consider them their most staplo article.
novJldAwlt
The Mound City Journal, of Saturday)
give currency to a rumor that tlio wifo of
tbo Key. D. W. Phillips, lato of Mound
City, became Inibho, a few days nn, and
killed her child, an Infant about three
month old, by smaihiug its skull with a
tick of wood, Mr. Phillip was formerly
pastor of tho Mound City M. K. church.
Mmi. "Wools A Hori.c otlor farmers
if tho surrounding country a flrst-clnis
market for all tliu pork they will have to
sell during tho winter. Tliu highest cash
prico will bo paid, nnd farinori riovd have
no fear of. t)r-tocklfig tho market.
Messrs. W. A I), wunt nil tho hogs tho
country can afford. See notice elsewhere.
Huxoiio.vt. All dcntrllkcs had their
drawbacks, until tho salubrious Hark of
the cap Trco wus.brought from the Chll- j
Ian valleys, to penccl luo frmirant fcozo
di nt, tho limit wholesome, reliable und de
lightfiilaTticio for tho Teeth, that a brtuh
was over dipped Into.
' SrACMii.vo's Oi.it,' always up to tho
sticking point. novMlsteod Iw
We would iidvlss our readers not to
tako too much stock ln tho chance adver
tised in tho AVcokly HULUKTIX, whereby
"thoso whoara up to fnutl" can muko a
thousand dollar per week. Tbo Hdver
tisemcnt como to us through a responii
bio Now York houo, but It has, novertho
le, nil tho ''onr-mark" of ono of lho-n
bait sot out by Now York sharpers.
The Surpriso Storo N situated on tho
corner of Sixth street nnd Washington
avenue. All goods nro murkoJ Iu plain
figures and at about half tho usual price,
Tho ladlov aro respectfully' Invited to call
and co tho bargains In our beautiful Irish
and Japancso Poplin. We. como to stay,
and havo no catch-punny arrangement,
gift ontorprite or lottery. Bxainlna our
list of prices on small bill. nov21tf
Turk Pucker. 4 and Provision Poalortt.
"Wood si Boylo, No. 136 Ohio Levee,
havo engaged in'tbb pVk packing and
provision business, itnd aro prpparod to
puy the highest market prico in cash for
dressed and )lyo hogs, or to fill orders in
their llnsj attho lowost figure ruling.
Farmers of tho surrounding country hav
ing pork toll should call on them boforo
making conTracU olsowhero.
Charleston Courier copy 4w and
chargo this offlco. noT2;dAw2w
Thk GnAxn Shri-hir ! Tho gray
haired can hardly bollovojthoir eyes when
thoy seo thcir'whitoned1 locks restored to
tholr prestlno beauty by a clear and trans,
paront fluid. I'sialos's Vitaha, or Sal
vation xok thk 'Hair, is tho urticlo in
question, and. is frog from any sediment.
Sold by rill'druggosts and fancy goods
dealers. ' wy iilst d & w 1 w
Titi'itsrur noxt, tho 24th Instant, lias
been designated by President Grunt nnd
Governor Palmer in a dny of thanksgiv
ing and prayor. Wo have heard of no
concertoJ iirraiigoinont for Its observance
in Cairo. Services will probably bo held
in tho dil!oront churches; th'i tables of tho
well-to-do citlzons will probably groan tin-
dor their weight of l.. thing)", i.ml tho res-
taurunts will ho railed upon to answer nn
unusual tletiiiind for oysters raw, stow'-d
and fried; but the general aspect of the
town will remain unchanged.
Johnny Ma.vaiia.n, n Cairo thief, and
Johnny nrd, a Memphis Mackcrol, wero
sent to tho Indiana penitentiary, lust wock,
from the city of Kvansvllle. They wuro
convicted of larceny. Mnnnhati was sont
up for two year, and Ward for two and a
half.
.Matiahali U ono of tho thlovm that con
stables Arnold and Cain urrested iu this
city for stealiuu threo pairs of
pants from Peter Null's clothing
storo. Ilv soino technical "hook or crook"
hu was acpiitted, however, although the
uvidenca pointed with considerable direct
iicM to liis guilt. He was raised in Cairo
and stands at a warning to boys who spend
their nights, at ho diJ, among vharf-rati
and street bummers.
.Siioort.vo Akkaii'.. On Saturday night
Kichard .Sullivan, who upon moro than
one occasion wo are told, but scattered his
pistol balls uround with a manifest inditT-
erenco as to eotisc'iueiiCM, entered thu
house of .Minnie Fulls, on Commercial av
enue, and was soon involved in a noisy al
tercation with tho Inmate. On leaving
tho house, hu drew his revolver und firod
two shots into tlio room, ono of tho kills
misting .Minni'i Falls only a few inches,
and tho other plowing up tho skin on thn
wrist of a malu visitor, licforotlio excite
ment was fully nllayol Sullivan returned
and with pistol in hand threatoned a ru
renewal of tho disturbance, but Jock Ow
ens knocked him down and took hit pistol
away from hin. before his had tlmo to carry
his threat into execution.
A Stato warrant for the arrest of fajlli.
van it now in tho hands of an o Ulcer, and
us tho charge against him Is a very serious
one ha will bo apt to visit Juliet klf caught
and proscuted.
CaUsK ANtt Kfit.ct. Colds aro theef
feet of obstructed perspiration. Thojsymp
toms are so generally understood, that noth
ing need be said on that point. Hut colds
aro eislly taken, and utiles great enrols
exercised a second cold will often bu con
tracted, or in other words, ono cold will
run into another, and a confirmed cough
ensue, b.inglng on straining und racking
of the lungs and thu production oftubur
ele. Altho gli many thousands of per
sons nrod-lftlng through theso symptoms
towards pulmonary ditoa'ot of n danger
ous character, yet tho majority think that
they arc .roubled with nothing but an or.
diimry cold, which will remedy itself and
pass away. Fatal delusion I the roc); on
which many ulifo has been lt. Sea to it
atoncuthat your cold uutt ind il to. L'-o
MLS HI. Ki'.'.S 1IKKI1 lUTTIIK, tho most
jKjtont remedy ever discovered for Colds
and Coughs, and n certain protection
against the dsngor of taking them, If is Is
used regularly two or thrin times u day as
a tonio. iiov '.'1st cod A w 1 w
Mavoh Wi;.)on ami the Dkhochacv
or Cairo. A number of leading Demo
cratic citizens met at hu re.Ulencc of Mr.
A. ii. Irvin, on Saturday night, and
through .Mr. John II. Obcrly, presented
to Mayor AYiNon, a valuable fold-headed
eano. Copies of the p.esuntntlon speech and
reply Imvu nut been furnished to us, o wo
urn In ft to toll in our own way whnt tho
presentation was fur and how .Mayor Wil
son took it.
On electon day negro men wero gathered
into Cairo from all four quarter of thu
earth to voto tho T.adlcal ticket. It was
approlmnde l by somo that by tho right of
illicit they would give us an ideation a la
,'H'ii'i'i'i ; but, happily, fur all concuriiod
nothing of tho kind was soriously insisted
upon. Mr. Wi'sun, ai Mayor, enforced
tho police regulations of the city, und i.s
judge of election required a rigid vompli
unco with Stato law. Ho did this not fur
an hour or two, hut during the entire day i
and thus by applying t negroes the
same law that a Kadieal l.eglslal
turu intended should have rpeclal
upplicatiou to Democratic foreigner', ho
protected the purity of tho ba'lnt bos nnd
maintained in tho city tho ascendancy of
Democrats. As tin intimation that this
fearless sorvicu U appreciated by his fel-low-citixcus
Mayor Wilson was '-caned ' a
abovu Indicated. Thn presentation cere
mony over, thu party present wu invited
topartakoof u rep.ut in which caku and
Pelper'Heldslck wore conspicuously abund
ant. How tho wlno and wit sparkled, how
toasts wero drank, stories told; and how
ovorvbod v was iu a cood humor with every
body else, arc matters which wo leave to
tho conjecture of the reader. About 11 i
o'clock tho party separated, Wllon with J
his i-ploudid cauo, and tho others with a1
in. rj-iunum cane, aim me inner, huh (
conscipusness that thoy had, in n mensuro
at least, recognised thu service Mr. AVil-!
son had rendered, on election day, to tho I
Democratic party and tho city of Cairo,
Tiik patient soon feels as if ho had taken
a now loaso of llfn, and is overjoyed to find
tbo depressed feeling dls.lpotad, tho cos- ;
tlvo habits corrected, and now streams of
health coursing through his veins, by
using Simmons' Llvur Itogtlaton. '
nov 21st d & w 1 w
Shell oysters received every day by
Louis Herbert. tl'
DISASTROUS FIRE.
The ttteiimera City of Kvitnavlllr, Pine
IlllilTnnil .Vnrmnii Deatroyetl.
Tlio now and splendid Cairo and Evans
villu packet, City of Evnr.svlUo, Captain
II. T. Dexter, was do'troyed by Are, this
morning, whilo lying at her wharf nt
' Lvansvillo. 1 ho conflagration also cm
braced tho steamers Norman aud Pino
lllull', and n largo wharfbout owned by
Mr. Humphroys. Of the origin of the lire,
the uinuuut of insurance, the extent of tbo
loss, etc., wo uro not notified,
Our river reporter indulges in tho belief
that it was not tlio Citv of Kvansvllle that
was burned, but tho stern wli eel steamer
Kvansvllle, as Humphrey's wharfbout near
which tho boats wero burned, was tho
landing placo of tho Kvanvillo, and not ot
tho City of Kvansvllle. JJathis as it may,
howo1. or, tho loss of property was quite
heavy. Wo aro glad to add that no lives
wero lost.
For tho Information above, we nro In
debted to the kindness of R S. Kent, Kq.,
superintendent of thu Western Union
telegraph office.
Ho), ;lrli, I'lii-cnt", lit cri body, Look
Here!
Hoys, girl", fathers and mothers theo
two paragraphs aro especially dedicated to
you. P. Satip, 102 Commercial nvcnuo
has brought on tho largest stock of toys
and ccnfectionarics over opened In Cairo.
Wo shall not attempt to enumerate. Wo
shall only say that the supply embraces
everything yet invented to please, In
struct and entertain littlo boys and girls
Muny of tho toys nro highly ornnmcntalj
other are very curious, and nil nra fully
forty per cent, cheaper than llku article!
were ever before otfercd In this market.
Littlo boys and girls, even folks of mature
grow th, find it impossible to pass Saup's
establishment without stopping. Tho at
tractions iuldo uro irresistible. And no
wonder. Think of twenty-six largo cases
of toys steamboats, locomotives, sol
diers, hor.o', dogs, cats, elephants,
dolls, toy furniture toys that walk nnd
cry do everything but think nnd talk
animals that howl and bark and squeal
and bellow ball, marbles things, cu
rious, things ingenious, things ornamental,
and all so ehwp that nnybody can secure
n full supply for Christmas!
Thon again tlmrc aro the confections
thu )nrget nnd best stock 'over seen in
Cairo. Candle, mint and gum drops,
fancy candles and kisses everything in
the candy line, and all of tho purest qual
ity and most popular brand. Hut enough.
If you wunt toys und- confections for tho
holidays or nuy other days, thcro is ono
plucu whoro you con suit yourself bevond
doubt, nnd that placu is at P. Snup's 10.'
Commercial avenue. novlTtf.
Jons Pktkii. .s Skw Mkat Maiikkt.
l!otli!;it.s of the nelghkirhoo I of Four
teenth street and Washington nvonuo will
be glad to loiirn that John Potrle, ono of
oldest and tiiot MKcesiful butehorn, has
opened a new mat hup in the Hlaukcn
burg building, wliem all kinds of frosh
meats, beef, jKirk, luutton, veal, lamb, en
son, rausugo, site, of tho best quality, can
always bo had in quantities to suit ptirclm
ers. Customers may send tholr children
and any kind of meat railed for will bo
furnished, full weight and at tho rates rui
ng the market. lVtrlo a.ks a share of
iatroiiago,itnd will guarantoo full s itisfac
lion In every instance. Novlt dC
.V 11UKK
invi:i.i,i(i
S.LI.'.
II0CSK FOIt
I
A two story brick residence, admlrablv 1
. . . t - f.l 1 A
I. larL-o L-round. a lots,, idt- ,
arraugeu, witu largo grounds lots), Mt- i
tinted on tho corner of Holbrook nvcnuo J
and Twenty-third .treet, will bo sold on thu
mit reasonable terms. Il Is located on
high grounds, iu mi excellent neighbor
hood, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vine, and choicu selections ul' shrub
bery. It is, in liort, ono of the completcst
ome in the citv.
Apply to ' W. II. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Oroeii A' Aldcu'.s,
A (!i:m. Tho Evening Star Is tho most
bcautifuf thcet-lron cylinder wood stovo
mado. It is durublo, economical, and tho
poor man's friend. Everybody (.hould
havo one of those ovcellelit atovi-a.
Nov 11 dv It
Tiik Ckntkai. Mkat Maiikkt,
Mcln. 1'red Koehler A: Co, of tho Ceu- I
tral Meat Market, de.iroitunder.toodthHt I
they keep all kinds of incuts, beef, pork,
mutton, lamb nnd veal; that they buy ami
.laughter tho be.t and fattest animals ,
brought to till market; drcs and servo
out thu meats in a neat and cleanly inaii- ',
ner, and do.il with everybody fairly and .
squarely.
.Market bimkots of customers delivered
freo of chargo to any part of tho city.
Fresh Miusago on sale every morning.
ISuy your meats, then, al tho Centrt
Meat Market, near the terner of Tenth
street, on "Washington nvcnuo.
sep 'JO diSin
Tim: l'Koru.V Mr.r Maiskkt. C
(Iaykii & Co., l'noi'itiKToies. Tho meat
market Just opened by 0'ayor and Co., at
tho corner of Washington Avenue, and
inu corner oi is aaiiiiigum Avenue
Tenth street, is Just exactly such a
market ns those who know Oliver
neat
would
expect him to establish when hu "spreads
himself." Everythluc ii now. freshly .
, . , , . , ii in p'y leKUI-iily a-,,ibove, leannj Cairo every
painted, and wears mi air of cleanliness d.iv Jbun lay excepted) at haif.i-an a nviockp.ui.
thn! ti.i iiiii, will fill In i-iiiiinicnil . , A"'iiwla a a aulft alde.wlieil aloamer, ha.
thai no olio will Ull lO toinmtllU. t ingvery aiiperlru accounaca'atlons for both paa.
Gayer A Co. aro among thu oldo.t aud 1,1111 friht. . . .
' , , , . , p .1 . Mineiimieet.atp.idiicnli wllh the CuinUrls j.l
most oxjierienced butcliorsof tlio country amriViiiiiuisc,, river p:vleiandtheNewi.irlenaa
and havo learned that It pays bet to keep KB,r,,'',lr,,rallro"'1- F'fit fj!'McktT
first class meats, and command a first class , ,L',.''1L , s , , , jmJmmJli2iJtm
custom. If cltircns would, thcrel'oro, so- ' ' " iwhi
euro splendid fresh meats, pork, bcof, mut
ton, voal, lamb or sausugo thoy can al-1 TIT H'MAIH II. SMITII,- M. i
ways find thorn iu any quantity desired at . , "''ll'KNOK-No.si, Thirteenth tre
ho People's meat iiiiiA:,. Ji tryit. tf , SaZSWr
CiiAUTKit Oak Cookixo Stoves and
Kvcnlng Star heating stoves tho best in
use for nolo by C. AV. Honderson, PJO
Commercial Avcntto. Seo advertisement.
aug20d4in.
JjAZAkuh nnd Morris, manufacturers of
"Perfocto.1 Spectacles," nro public bono
factor. No spectacles ever mado wll
lo:tr comparison with tho "Perfected"!
article. Taber Hrothcri, Ohio Lovec, are
the only parties in Cairo from whom the '
pvutacles can bo purchnsed, I
Fresh Haltimore oysters served In any
stylo desired, can bo obtained, at any hour
of tho day or night at Louis Herbert's
restaurant. Also oysters for salo by tho
can, in any quantity desired, nt tho same
prico. tf
"Wanted Immediately. 300 wood
choppers to cut wood on tho lino of tho
St. Louis A-Iron Mountain railroad. Half
furc tickets furnished at tho ticket ofllcoin
St. Louis. Wages, Sl.iiO per cord. Apply
at tlio various wood yards, or to
novl'JOt. II. J. DEAL, Charleston, Mo.
RIVER NEWS.
AllRIVALB.
ArlinRton Cclimihii, Armaifa rn.lacsb,
lUllu Mi-iutilil'.iSii.dUls, Vlrjclnla, Loulsnlle,
M A Me, ' .Mrf.lll, New Orleans,
Hohleon, " Mohawlf, "
lion Acrarl,Mptroiolii lukpr, Ca.i(tlrarittu.
(jiilcktep, KransTillp. Klon ucr, I.ouli-tllk ,
rr.nlu llratelli k, Mi inplilp,
IlEl'lHTUIIES.
Aillngton, Colmnl.iii, Aimn'la, I'adacatj,
lli-llo .MuniihU. Mcuip., Hon Aicord.Ht Louis,
M Al., .Nrn llrli-aus, Mbliauk, "
Virginia, " Mdillt, "
llularon, Vlckhurg, uickslfp, Utaa'Sille.
Tho weather wascloudy and mild yes
tcrday, with ruin all forenoon. To-day It
is clear with tho tnercuryjn tho neighbor
hood of "40.
The river hw roccded about 4juchcs In
ho past 24 hours.
Tho Mlsslsssppl is falling 5 inches per
day at St. Louis, with 1, feet to Cairo and
0 to Keokuk.
Tho Ohio is still stationary nt Pitts
burg with 4 feet.iti tho'channul but falling
at other point;, with 7 feet Cinches at Cin
cinnati and 22 inches over tho falls.
Tho Cumberland is falling with 18
inches on Horpeth shoals.
Tho Virginia struck on a log at tho
foot of tho chain Saturday morning, and
wos helped otl" by tho Armada, causing
both to come in lato Saturday evening.
The Virginia had only a moderate trip
but added pretty largely here.
Tho Florence ii loading hero for Now
Orleans nnd will get all she wants. Sho
Is another candidate for tho already over
stocked Hcd lllvcr trade.
Tho Mollio Able took tho Quickstep's
trip, (about 10 tons) and about L"0 tons
additional.
Tho A. Haker brought uut a lull load
of corn and sundries for tho South.
Tho Armada is tho regular Pudiicih
packet at I p.m.
Tho Telegraph to-day reports tho
burning last night at Kvausvlllu of Hum
phrey's wharfboit, tho City of Kvansvllle,
Pino lllull, and Norman, but gives no
further particulars.
Thoro may bo u mistake concerning tho
City of Kvanvillo. As Humphrey's
wharfbout Is not her landing place, but is
tho landing of tho steamer Kvanvillo, a
stern wheel boat of tho (Sreon Klvnr trado.
Ono telegram reports it tho F.rttH'tiUt and
another tho City of Eeantrille.
Capt. Tom Harman is In the city and
says wo may expect tho Tyrono in u few
davs.
vimi' s inMsismKiiiiii'nu
" " r.HTiaftiUKsrt-lW
N
OTIt'E
Is hroby ulna ti ti pi.it , 'lut laj rlrm o
' Zuckriegel, Newberry & Co., ;
j Of IKieiKlurn, Ky nd.-i ne l hythn witli'lrtwal '
I o Mr. W. 11. Ml-rry mi l ,. Zlllilien. an I 1
. OiMlea .iiekrl', I l n-m -dp nvsnprnf llie tm'.
I iips and la an hor.ii'd ! nn lleall Iho drills duo .
iii nnn, ani uv an . n i.hiI'pj.
C. ZUCKItm.i:!..
W. II. NK.WHKUItr, ,
X ZU.UKK.S.
The uiidrri I rpdfully aiinoan-cs to the '
public that th M.irLle llil.lne in llm cily of '
liuensliorii, heielofnie ronduilKd in Iho firm i
nam" of .iPkiiei.'Pl, ,. l.rrv .t On,, will IIMIip
lutnre beemelaelrd liy linn alnnr, niiit he trilt
thtt "I lit- i.itrmia e huh, Ho ( II, n led ! the null
. uiu e eunii lUei, u ni-ii,
, , , C ZUCKKIKti-?!
t ri.WI.Umf
yOOI .V lKrYliiv,
Pork Packers
AM
tttttvt nn i-imrs
rKUVISIOJN SEALERS
No, 135 Ohio Levee,
(.CAIRO,
- ILLINOIS.
Xcur Slonsj
Nov.ai. lhTu-duirll
Depot.
rjiiu: ri.vi: siieu jiei:i.
-.lTr!lS"K'5'Ii-H 04.1110 ANDI'AMICAll
Sim ' Tf-TlC TACK 1ST
. ARMADA
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"Vr""" ;"-Cp'n H.r.wiu.!AMi..xvk
OPTICIANS A- OCUJJSTS
roit scn ci:iii:iiit vrt:ii
Perfected Spectacles
And Eye Glnsscy.
Tin-undeitni'iitlone.M Rtnntrni-, nn those in
oMInary uie. the proof f Mhlcli limy m ipcii In
the Kilraorillnary ilea nn! ce-n-lantly in-crea-InK
demainl.for llicia i
1 pt. Tint from lhperiillrionslriirl,.n nf tlio
l!les llicy AHSlbTnwl WlKSKIlVK llie ilnlit,
reiKlcrinis frcquentrtniige.i iinno 'esisry.
That llieiionfer ft brlllianry aml'llpt net.
ne nf vislxn, witn nn nniount of BASIS and COM
KOHTnot hitherto cnjnypil ly sfcotaole woarers.
.1, Tint tho material frmn which tin- I.et,,.. urn
(trnitml, l manufaetiiri-il pK)iny for ophe nnr.
rii.i i I'L'itis, ii vail iiiei linn. i, i wr.
nnd not llibto to lienoino fernt hod.
4lh Thai llm frame in wl.icli they nn, !,
ahrllierin ilelil, Hdier orr'tet , me of the llne-l
iiliilltr mid llal-li, nnd xu.ir.mieed (wrfwt in
epry ifsi'eel.
Taber Brothers
WATCIIMAKKUS, JKWKlsKllS AM)
OPTICIAN'S,
Klne Jewplry. tHnmnmlt, folld Hilter, I'lnted
Ware; al-u Muliiif.ielurvra or Jewelry and ln.i
innnd Frlllnui.
ISTo. 83 Ohio Xigvoo
( .11 KO, II.I.I.VOIN,
Sole Ai;eiil for IhN f.lAoe, from whom only inn
they ! obtulneil.
s l'oslltit-a eiiiploycsl.
LAZARUS A- MOKRLS,
Manufaeturlng Optician', UartlnrJ, Conn,
oov Mlf d-.r
It.VILHOADS.
QUICKEST IKOUTK
TIIH SOUTH,
VII
I ItO.II
ILLINOIS CENTRAL ft. R.
Nt. l.oiila,T.niilHvllle.:itu'luiiittl
JiiioiiKis, acw lurh, lItoii
,,..tU ALL
Point. XitMt and ortli
I'MiapriKcr Trnlss Arrive al mill leave
Cnlro its folliitvat
Mall Kiprrx.
AltlllVK-aitill A. 3I... U l'4 1 1 l. .11
UEI'AUT-aiOa A. 31.. ., . .ij
Both iMlDtconmct at Centrahn wdh tra,ucn h
MAIM JLI&'jE.
Fana, ISrcalur. UtoiiinliiKtoti, ISI Ina
I. a Nallr, Mrsnlola, Prraporl, Siulriiii,
Sluluiur, mul all pulnla In llllunla,
.illaaourl, ?lliiiirnla, WUrniKlii nnil
Inwa.
And with Imp- runn.ni? lWt an I Wi ill r
St. 1fliiN. Nprlngitelil, LoiiNvillc, Flu.
cliiuuti, Indlaiinpolli A- Ccliim litis,
And al Chleapo srith Mlclnrin Csntral, Miohl-
ri . tjuulhern, tnd I'MLMirt, Fort Waynn
and Chit .iieo lUilri.v! r r
HKTi:nlT, NlAOAKA KAI.LS
CI.KVISI.AMD, ISIlih,
M'NKIItK, lit l l-'Al.d.
ALIIANT, UKW YlllilC,
IKI-'T'J.N, I'lTr.illtlUi,
1'IIII.AOKI.l'IIIA, ItAl.TI.MilH)',
WAIII.M,IIN tlV. and
ALL POINTS EAST.
Kir through tiaksta and inf.'nnstion, apply
nt lllinom Cnlral Itadroad Iep.t.
. j-. JUII..-U.,
.. .. .I'orrol r4eneer Appnt, ChlinjO
M. IICUIIITT, liano'al puprr.uln'l ut.
J. JUIIN4U.N, Aireilt. tturo,
S" altl.a'IKM tV I (.1.1. NO IN
.soijtiii:a.v2'i:i.v :e. i:.
On nnd nrter Tlnir4tl:iv, April nth
Ira I ii will run ui follows :
no i. vu .it nil r-irssi: TKixuririp,
MSll...... ....M........M.....M.Mlt.1 A. U.
r-rr" I in r. .
ooimi oKriik-r LiK eiv,,
Kxnrep. . Aeai . .. .
M-el I U r.n'. j
i llaUiiitfeln.p et.i.ne. ii,.n at 1'iin .t'i i nm.
i. i ,i IS. II. s r . , , Ull I .1... .aid ,
V III II. H . , II,, ( ,,.. .'Milt.
I. ".!, .I:, lll.' H ,,, .,..1 t "St'llPHtpf . '
Al", ai hpril.fi.'lil w si, .i.e tt.le.e-, -ie- Ii ,v
W,-.t, rn I-. It. w i(u hi y nti-lnll .:--, u. (
-III!. Ill till MM S. Illli, II, It ,.r J.,.,,,
an I hieiiH", an I nil M in. Mil an-l iinriuu,
Jii.in rut. nrr r.i.uti tTt-kei .i. I
i r.t
i.in: i.sri:.vxci:.
isNorisi ww.;:.
i LIFE INSURANCE CO.
I
OI''l'IOi:...VorllMt rsl t'ur. I'niirlll ussil
Slllvr Miitl., S, l.oul..
A ml or. Hit kt, 'i,ii, r( lul Av.
C'jiiru, .1 Hiiutis,
t'ah Ciipitul, . .
Casli Aset- over,
0s.MIO.OOI)
,'7'i,0(IO j
la-vW,1!'" " "'.''. rsa'l.
iii:.j. nn.i.iAtiN, NiV)-.
K. M. IIAWIH A lltt.W, 113 I.i Salle p.i,, '
thlciijiii, Mate .M.upj;-rsnlllii,iii.
I. l',Ti)I'l'i:i., Cairo, Hpcelnl Arc id f,u muiiIi
etll I Intnl.. j
i'reiiiluiii.p.iid tiiandeidle-uioii-iiiMdali r. N I
lliiKlii',i'.HlntTKIrt .Viition.il ll.inl;. '
V'llKl I
JJK A 1 Y-M AIM: 'I.O'l'S 1 1 XO .
I. WALDES
COR. TU ST. A OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, - - . liliiioi
llaajilsl receded a full and eoiiippp,',u.i ,
READY-MADE ClOTfilNG!
Avr,
I
nnlc' rilnniclllnr. Cnnric
'
wwiisw a us ISSOllllltj UUUUJ
OfMeri de.criiinn, whleh will ho ...Id nl prleea
thai will not tail intuit all piireh.i.eri'. I'rnrei
mSiminiiled. Jlia lock of
Shirts, Hats, Caps, etc.,
la'not excelled lii point of price, .tile und mater
ial In lino or any oilier inula!
I
COAL.
r rt
JOHS' COAL YAIU.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
nisninl imIm)::,
Oiilo
!tt tiiitii
i:ir
. Uiioil .Siiiily mi Ilniiil.iiiiil ilrllveri il
III nny inrt of Hie elly.
Evitj- Loiiil or Coal Weighed, nnd full
Meiisuru (iiven.
in; sitin.v co.iii n itM:n .vrsao
ii:u cm it i.ss.ii).
Order tft tlhc allko will) o filled liiiiiic.llntily
JAMES KOSS, Prnp'r.
po.t Sttf
Q.llllO J1TY
c o
COMPANY
Are l'reparcd to Supply (.'mtoinern
rsith the Host (junllly or
PITTSBURG
AND
Illinois Coal.
Orilcra left nt llnllltUy Itt'os. (tiller,
No. 711 Ohio I.rtr, or nl llie foul
Varst lit-losr IlirSI. Clinrlra Ho
lei, will llci's-lte I'rompt
At Iriitlou.
Tl.e Tins "Montauis" will brlns Coal alonittids
tmiimis nt nny hour, day or ui;lit.
aCilm, .!. -i'th, U70 tf
WOOD,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
S MC-Sfl KISIS 'TO I'll.l. SIIIISKItH
Pre iptly .mil mti.fjt tor.ly, ith the ery l-r
lireiiood,
I.enve. Orders at. Mitten's Old Stuud
OK ATTIIK 1NIST Ml TICK
G
i:s:i: a .imu:im',
ATTOKXEVS AXI COUXSEM.OKS AT
li.VW,
Wllllatit II. Ilrrcis, )
Wllllani . Ullltcrl, l CAIItO, II.U
JIIIrM I', sailx rl, j
rpecialntlenliiin yiten t Admiralty and -jirnin-tx.at
liii.ine..
Dlllie nn Sllilo l.pvrp. Itnnnia 7 ami
mir si I)- .Naslitiiitl Hunk.
i i.i.ic.v, h i: nn v hi i i.kk
A ITOItXEVS AT LAW,
I Olllrr In linn.' Stw lliillillne, rnrnrr
I nn, jiir, linn t oillliD-rriHI At ).,
SV..I. AIIpii. 1
II. Vr.l. hi Walili, J (MlltO, I I.I.
I. I lliMlrr
hi i.!:v::u, ;,wu.
ITI.TON A SONS. - . I'ruprlctor
.Vri-.Vm liil'ull siperatloii.
Me.r- C ,ll-ii .v n me pr- pun-l la luriiKli
all hni-Unf I I. en (,r Hi., ipiilly, ,i ,o
i ill rl I I f l.l Kill- llrahim Klimr. ,11 . .,.1m
ur III I,'., illl.oil ly, liiu.lf HOIM III,' I ! Wllltj
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1IPW ILLS
a
pal
a
STOYKS.
THE BEST i(iO CHEAPEST
l
Wood Cook Stove
Huh tho Fiitcnt Fire ilottom
WAKKAXTEH XOT TO CKACK.
ror.Alohy
Beerwart, Orth & Co.
ia Coinmcrcinl Avenue,
Cairo, - - Xlllzxolss
septJId
J M. I'HSM.IPS tV CO.,
piilcccMiirsio IS. II. HtndrleUa AC'o.J
FORWARDING
Coiiuiiisrioii Mcrclumls
....and ,
Wliarf - Boat
PROPRIETORS,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
LIIIKKAI, ADVANCtSN SI A UK OX CO..
NIU.V.IIO'TIS.
u-Are rirppara.1 In rwplte, atore and forwsid
frpiuhla to all points, and Imy and sell nnroui.
nus.ion.
lluiilnfsattn.lcd tiiHlth promptnc.s.
j.0. II. IMIIIXIS,
ISuecotiorto I'ntkprA rhlll..
flCNISHAL
COMIVIISSIOIM
And llmlcrln
Flour, MchI. Hay, Corn, Oiiin,
Uriui.
Cor.10tht.&.0h iLevee
CA1KO, ILLINOIS.
'.. IK .M4lhu.
K. c. ch
S.V I HI.
FLOUR
VMi
Commission Merchants
1 .'I.i Olilss hv. vev,ti 11(0,1 LLIXOIS.
Sl-eeial atlentlon elven to the ptireha.u and aala
WJLOTJR ct G-.H A.IISr
It. U'.MlLLIH.
Ill 1ST. hum
iM,i:it tV ivuiKi:ir,
,t.MI
Forwarding Merchants
IT M 1 !! IS
I'l-t :i,01i,0lT.i. hay,
ante, auto..
Xo, !iH Ohio Tsa.-.w.
caiiio, n.iii.vois.
tvmtm
ii.t::Ki.'i
ilMf.i:i: i.v
Bar Fixtures.
fJEASSW.VKE mid JIOL'SH FL'UiMI
i.x; ;)()is,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cairo, Illinois.
"PTTarker jOVTiTCa-
pAIIKKK A IlkAKIi.
Iiealcm in
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OflS
Wlntluw Gluss und Putty.
Hrtsahta, Wall l'apar, WinJow atts
03 0UIO LEVKE, .
Cnivo - - - 111,n,'u
QH.VAltU
Malli:ji:riG
Tl.A.MNIIIl'K X.ci.vo yvteuty frunsftrs
York, Llvrriool unit sjii.t iinIohu.
r'or pa.migt apply to ( JUS T

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