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THE CA-I-RO BULLBTIlsr, IsTOVEBEJS 23.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Srw., Tlinr Tnblff.
'Iralu.nu the Illinois IVural Railroad n "
rite at and ilvpitl from ('ami follows :
Mall train, arrlse -UJ 4 "
KipreM train arrlte - l:W
Mali Haiti le-e -
Kit-trlii laes n i;, r'
A"fommo Utioli train Ua u
Kiolgkt traln arrlsa nt fcl.t. T.Sland n.rn.;
I;U p.m.j anlla- aI4 a.m., and at i'Unnl
Not. 20 -If
No Paper To-imirroiT.
No j)por will !' publiOiud from tills of.
flcu to-morrow, l'rliitur nro liutiiiin, and
ioMui nil tlio linjiultcj mid cliiirncturlttlei
of tlio rnco. It Is but natural, tliiTi'foro,
tlnit tliv should ilosiru to Join In tlm offer
of thank for the goodness and mercy of
(tod, lor tlio recent Democrat vlrtoriu,
and over thu fact that our tuition has tur
vived ten yenri of Hadicnl government.
Kwiuif Cliolco Family l'lnur inMt,
half tblt., tack, sVc, for -nlu at tne Kgyp
tinn M ill. hii
Tiik young men of Mtrooll, h.vu or
gisnlzed a dancing club. Why ahull not
the young men of Cairo "do thu satin.' 1 1 k o -wliJ?"
Waxtbd. A girl to do general hou
work In is small family. Apply at tho cor
ner of Seventh ttroel and Jeirron ave
Tux Commerce. Ditpetch fayt that the
body of the negro, killed on board thu
City of Cairo, last week, was brought to
Commerce, and burled In CemMery Hill
Ir you want a Xo. 1 photograph, call
t the corner of Commercial avenue and
Ninth itrtxt. .Satisfaction Is guarantied,
and the prices ant lower than ever. It
The now photograph gallery at thu cor j .Mr.. Wn.mv Kicnorv bus the foun
ner of Ninth and Commercial is command-! dation of hit new furniture factory well
ing first class putronnge. Good work is I advaoeol. The brick, ustid and lumber for
dono thero in any stylo deslrrd at greatly I tha bjlldlng arc, already on the ground, and
reJuccJ rates. 'Jt I
Evkrt Wur.Ki!. The Charter Oak
HtoTis It on ale In all tho principal townt
ind citiei throughout the .South and West.
All rasnoctable dealer, havo them, and '
consider them their mint staple article.
Huftaatt.H arissnidto bo swimming the
Ohio river in largo number?. A young
man, living near the Grand Chain, killed
no hundred and thirty, tail Sunday, with
tick. They reach tho thoru In an nt
htustcJ utato and am vn'Ily captured.
, , , tel. Thucxurtiont tocjtingiiith tho.lhnncs
SotKoftli monlm ff elder M.ores llVaIcu nothing, an 1 both b.iildinqt were
flock havo bi come greatly exasperated, wo j burne-J to the ground,
hear, at tho arbitrary courfo of the elder. , The building occupied by Mr. Van 0.
The belief is freely exprcv! that tho trHIi belonged t- tho P.awling citato
Lord will tako advantage of the darkneii j und cott about 8,O0O.
of nlsht, befjro long, to burn up the The tiro wai communicated to tho niivy
cl lcr'i church edifice. J yard fence, and a portion of It v,.u de'-
Mn. Phil Howard' littlo girl hat not I Tbo property burned w.ss ItiMired, but
yet recovered from the terrlblo injury tho for what amount wu did not leutd.
ustslncd. about two wecki n". from th - - - .
burning of the musqiiito bar and bod !
clothing of tho bed which ht and hor littlo
lister occupied. There U no doubt, how
ever, of her ultimate recovery.
TllK pullon t loon feels as if he had taken
a now leswe of life, and it overjoyed to tlnd
tlie depressed fooling dU-ipotad, tho cos
tive habits corrected, and now streams o
health coursing through his v dnt, by
using BImmor' I.iver Itegtlaton.
nov -tst d - w 1 w
D. LttttiKitT, Ohio i.evee, ktween
Kighth and Tenth streets, has enlarged
and improved hit ahaviug and hair-rutting
and it prepared lo !mve eiistomert In
tint class style.
Clean towels, Miarp ri.om and cmirteout
attention are nmoug the attriictiont of thu
It It tho easiest matter in the world for
tome people to bo mistaken. Por instance,
a young man of this city is absolutely cor
tain that ho taw the City of Kvansvillo
lying at tho Cairo wharf on Monday oven
ing, twelve hours after sho whs burned to
tho water' edgo t Kvansvllle. Another
young man saw tho corpso of young Mc
Goo; another taw McOio's cotUn; whllo a
thlrdi equally positive that McGee it not
dead and not likely to die !
A !tKv, fast, thousand dollar Job presi,
and thirty fonts of the very latest stylus
of card and circular letter, will bo added
lo tho job department of 'Tiik Hl-i.i.utin
office during the week. A bookibiudery
and steam power are next in order, and
will bo added bo fore tho first day of Jan
uary. Wo nro determined to keep up with
thu demand of our patrons, and not only
uwcuto Job work in a better stylo than it
could ho dono in St. Lout or Chicago, but
cheapor. Keep an oyo on us and seo If wo
Tun train leaving Cairo at 12:30 p.m.
itopi at all points botwoou Cairo and Con
trail a. Tho train leaving Cairo it 3:30
p.m.,' itop. south of Contralia at Jones
hero, Carbondale, Du Quoin and Ashley
only, Passengeri for stations bctweon tho
above points must take tho 12:30 p.m
train. JAMES JOHNSON, Agt.
! SozoDo.vr. AH Uciltrillccs had their
' drawbiuikt. uiitll tlm nalubrimit Itark of
tlio .Soap Trco was brought from tho Clill
Inn valley, to purt'ect tbc fragrant Sozo- :
dont, thu mott wholesome, reliable) and dc- '
llglitful artlclu for thu Tuutb, that n brush
i was oviT dlppod into. i
SlI Kilt rK'KI.E' t Ikvin will utitcr up"ll '
thu discharge of hit duties on the In (lay J
of DeeoniLtr. Tlio pcoplu of Alexander i
county, Itadlcnli and Democrat alike,
bhve ennm to congratulate tlicui-olYeii
over Mr. lrrii.'a election. J t is ijualiQcu- i
lions for tho oflleo nro of a ttipcrior char
ucti-r and hit lionesty and indtittry are
(Ui.'tionud by no one.
Tho largo majority thrown tor him, tho
fact that ho ran 250 vote ahead of Ills
ticltct, It n decrvu4 recognition of hi u
perl'ir qualification nnd Mortli, and i u
t'omplitneiit carcely over beforr; pnid to
my man in Alexander county.
The KMiinuicu given yefcterdny that
work had actually beuii cominencod on
the Kentucky and Tciiiiesnje railroad, wns
I ruuuivud witli i-vcry evidenco of jdeasuru
j ,- our citi.eiis. Tlio project Is iindouM-
edly In good hands, and wo hhnlluoiilMt-hl-ly
expect to eu within thu next twelve
moiitln. trains direct from .Mobil" on thu
river bank opposite Cairo.
Of this tutu of Gon. llurnsid'j' negotia
tions for meant to ri-umo work on tlio
Cairo and Vinceiiiie railroad, we are not
.SlSCK our city authorities havo Inailg
tiratl it tystem of retrenchment nnd re
form, would it not bu well to Inquire if,
during the next ti-eal year, omelhing can
nut bo mi ted in the way ot uilarles? For
liKtarieo, can not gentlemen bo auluclud for
the Council who will bu actuated purely
by ude-iro to advance tho interests of tho
city, and take, at compensation, their
nharo in that advancement. Cannot the
nillcet ot Ci.y Marshal and Comptroller
bo dispensed with, and cannot tho tnlarlct
of other olllcials be levelled nitliout itil'ect
ing tho clliciericy of thu public aerrlco?
We merely uggest the matter now, pro.
posing to rnlargc upon it hereafter.
a force of wotkmeu are making verv re-
pcctable headway with the work. Tho
location of tho building is at tho corner of
Washington avenue and .Seventeenth
atract. It it Mr. Kichntt'i purpose, wo
lcarn- t0 crct l"'"1""'? H occupy
the whole fucu of thu block on SovcnUenth
j street, reaching from Washington avenue
i to Poplar street. He is a thoroughgoing
j man and will, wehopi?, make money.
1 Kike in Moimi Citv. A Jlro broko
' out in Mound City last night, in the reii
, detico of .Mr. Perry Power?, which speed!
! iy communicated to tho large 'nunc build
I Ing occupied by Mrs. Van O'lrand as u Lo-
T1K erudite editor i f the coruscating
u'"mry tnnt mtir.e in ttiu tiiiru itory or
a 'uvcu buuuing, nat waxed wouueriuiiy
tore in spirit, and why? llecausn "Dcm
cratio abuio of John A. Logan It driving
good Democrats to tho support of that
gentleman." The o!lcItude of tho erud
ite editor, for the unity of the Democratic
prty Is yj uuvlflh, n bcautifu' !
I Will the "diritoiu editor bo to obliging
I i to name a inirle one of the uianv Dem-
ocratt that havj tints buen driven to th
support of Logan ? If he can t namuot.o, j
will ho honuitly confess hlminlf guilty of
a very Urno nttcmpt at deoeptiou f Ono
thing or the other, ns an honuit man lis)
Tiik Co.nit.ut Last Ninitr. Tlio "Par
lor Concert'1 held in tlrj Conservatory of
Music, Ian night, is irouounccd n success
In every particular. Tho room was tilled
by ii very select audience, and remained
so until tlm cloo of tho entertainment.
Ti e programme published In Tut Jlv:.
J.r.n yestorday wat strictly followed, thu
only variation being it repetition of tho
cornet and piano duct, anil of tho harp'
flute nnd piano trio,
Thu participants In the concert were
.Mrs. W. P. Hiilllduy, .Mrs. Dr. Au.tlu
Mist , Mrs. Coan, Mr.i. il. h. llalli-
slov, Miss Clara Wilson, Miss Klla Kob
bitis, Miss Ida Harrell.Mr. It. P. Robbin,
Prof, lllalsdoll, Ito v. Mr. Conn, and W.
II. Morris, who, it is known, represent
much of tho best musical talent of tho
Tho cltrhth and lust concert of tho pres
ent series will bo n "publio one,1' and hold,
probably tu tho Athencum. Tlio noxtcon- '
cort, tho sixth, will bo held next Tuesday ,
ovening, Tho place will bo announced in
due seasou, ,
: .:. "' : rr . . ... i
auk surjtriso sioro is situutcu on tue ;
corner of Sixth street anil Washington '
avenuo. AH good aru marked in plain '
figures and at about half tho usual prleo.
Tho ladles aro rcspoctfully Invited to call
und seu thu .bargains. in our hoautiful Irih I
and Japanese Poplins. . Wo cumo to stay, t
and havo no cftlch-ienny nrrangemont,
gtfteniorpnso or lottery, j-.xamiuo our
list of prices on small bills. novUltf
Shell oysters received every slay by
Ioult Harbert. tf
1 TiiKOnnvT l'ini: at ". . a.ssvillk.
Thr .igh tho nttent;ont of Mr. V. S. Kent,
wo wcro enabled to nnnounto on Monday
ovening tlio lots by f.ro of tho Cairo nnd
Kvantville packet City of I'.vnnsvllln, tho
steamers Norman and Pino illufTnnd othor
property, at tho wharf in Kvansvllle, on
.Monday evening. Sinco then wo have
obtained the following particulars :
The hru originated in the steamer Nor
man alout half-past 4 o'clock Monday
morning, while lying at the wharfboat.
The Pino llluir, lying outside, also took fire,
as w'oll at tho wharfboat. The (Jity of
Kvansvillo was lying lit W. O. Urown &
Co.'i wharfboat, above tho Florence Lee
and Sam Orr. Tho Norman and Pine
Muff wcro borno outward and up
ward by thu wtnd,j nnd tho lines of the
City of Kvantvillo wcro cat off and she
drifted right Into tho burning boal, and
was in turn drifted against the Mallio lia-
gun, lying above, but fortunately cleared,
und was borno up tho river i square above,
wlicro alio burned to thu water's odge. Sho
arrived from Culm Sundav night with a
largu cargo, including l'.'H bules cotton,
1,07 ccdur pDJK nnd a largu amount of
misecllanecius frei gilt, all of which wat on
board and was destroyed.
Mrs. Mudorn Ward, a passenger on the
Norman from Newbu-g, perished in tho
fl'iiiK". The officers and crows of thu City
of Kvansvillo und Norman lost all their
struct t. Tnu books and money of tho City
of Kvantvillo wore faved. Thoto of tho
Pino Illuffand Norman are probably lost.
Th lost of property by tho flro is cut.
muled at $200,000, including freight and
private personal property.
The City of Kvansvillo wnt valued at
$70,000, and wai insured forf.tO.OOO.
Tho Norman, valued at f 15,000, was
insuted for (10,000.
Tlio Pino Illuff was valued ut 510,000,
and was insured for ?5,000. Tlio wharf,
boat burned was .valued nt f 10,000 nnd
was Insured for $0,500.
Thu hull of tbowlmrfboat was not badly
damaged, but the destruction of tho atcam.
boatt was complete.
Tho charred und unrecogniablo remains
ot Mrs. Ward wore recovered from the
wreck of thu Norman, on Monday after,
noon, and forwarded to Newburg for
We especially sympathize with CapUtn
Doxter in too lo-t of tho City of Kvans
vllle. Shu wai it complete boat, and is
pcciftlly adnptod for tho Cairn and Kvans
villo trade. She wat thoroughly provided
ga!n. flro from within, but of course, even
tho Ingenuity of Dexter could not provide
agaimt flro from without.
Captain Dexter it well advanced in
yuars, yet full of onegy and determina
tion. We ahali, therefore, not count upon
this set bark n a "e-uhcr, ' but expect to
see him, within tho period of six months,
commanding another boil as comptototn
evc.y particular in the ono ho hns just
Hots, (,'iiN. PurcnK Ktcrylimly, I.unk
15o, giris, father nnd intilicrs theo
two paragraphs nro e.pech'lly dcdiuitedto
you. P. Sntip, J02 Commercial avenuo
has brought on the largest i-toek of toy
nnd ci'tifcctionarlet ever opt-ned In Cairo.
Wo shnll mt nttempt to enumerate. Wc
ball only soy that thu upply embraces
everything yet Invented to please, in
struct and entertain littlo boys and girlt
Many of the toys are highly ornamental;
others nro very curious, and nil nro fully
forty per cent, sdiuaper than like articles
wcro ever biforo otl'ured in this market.
Littlo bo) and girls, oven folkt of mature
growth, ilud it impossible, to pass Saup's
e-Mbllshmcnt without stopping, The at
tractions inside are irresistible. And no
wonder. Think of twenty-six largo cases
of toys itonmbailt, locomotivet, sol
diers, home-, dog, cats ulophiuiU,
dolls, toy furniture toy that walk nnd
t-ry do everything but think and talk
animals that howl and bark mid squeal
nnd bellow bulls, marbles things cu-
'". ;'' inniou. thingt ornamental
and all ro ehunp that anybody can ecuro
t full supply for Christina!
Then again there arn thu c nfeotions
i the Inrge.-t und best ftocl; " vcr seen In
I Cairo. Candlu-, mint and gum drops,
I fancy candies nnd kises everything In
t the candy lino, mid nil of the purest qual
I ity and ino.t popular brutid. llut enough.
If you wunt toys and confections for tho
t holiday sir nny other day, theru la one
i pl.ico whum you o.sn suit yoursolf byyond
doubt, and that place it at P. Sau'p'i 102
. Commercial nveiiuo. nuvl7tf.
Tiik Pi:u'lk,s Mbit M.viiKKr. O
(JavkiiA Co., I'noi'itu:Toi;i. Tlio meat
market just opened by (layer and Co., at
tho corner of Washington Avenuo and
Tenth street, is just exactly such n meat
market at thou who know Gayer would
uApeet him to establish when hu "spreads
himself." Kverythlng it new, 'frctlily
painted, and wears an air of clcitnlinclg'
that no ono will fail to commend. ,
(inycr .. Co. urti ftinong tlio oldest and
' most experienced butchers of tho country
nnd havo, lenrned that It pays 1 on to keep
11 rt ehus incit.", und commau I lmt clns
custom. Jt citueus woulu.i etore, so
curv splendid fruh meats, por
ton, veal, lamb or eau.igot ' ennui
waVs fjijit thorn. In. .any quautit dethed at
ho Pootlsi' moot tuatktt. Just try it. tf
"Si-Ay i.viMi's.'GirGtr. "Tilwnys up to tho
utiekih point. nuv '.Mstood Iw
q-,,, Gny, Eiuiu-'lUhK I Tho t;ray.
mjroj ,.nu hurt.ly buliovo thoir eycA when
tlicy seo their vhltciied locks restored to
iUr ,,,,1,,,. i,em,h. i,v n t.iL..,r mi trant.
,liront nid. Piiauin'sVitalia.oh.Sai.
..... ,,,.. u tl,e ,trtiolo in
u0at!oni uua,ts froo r0m any sediment.
Hold by alljtruggcsu nna luncy goo is
nov 2sjt d A- w 1 w
A Word to our Merchants -Patronlzo
Letter heads printed at Thk Uullktin
offieo nt from $.V00 to $3.00, for n singlo
thousand, according to tho quality or
Whero as many in ten mcrchantt club
together and order one thousand lotto
head, for each, we will print on tho back
of tho 10,000 sheets tho business card of
nll'fst tho rate of from $5 to $7 per thoui
and according to the quality of paper, nr.d
guarantee a neater job than can be
nrlntcd in St. Louis.
We understand that runner for St
I.oultnnd Chicago printing houses nro in
thu citv. invctirliii! our merchant Into
contracts (or letter heads, at from ten to
fifteen dollars per thousand a price
nearly or quite 100 per cent, above Cairo
At our business men have had rather
unpleasant and unprotitablo experience
witli strange strikers for strnngu printing
offices In timet past, we need scarcely sug
gest that it it tho part of wldom to pat
ronize responsible homo Institutions.
Wo will bore tako occasion to reiterate,
what wo havo before said, that wc aro will
ing and at nil times ready to duplicate tho
bills for job printing of nny printing houso
In tho Northwest.
Mn. O. Tiinvi'l' arrived thl morning
from off tho Una of tho Kentucky and
Tonnesseu railroad. Ho says that shortly
after tho commencement of thu work yes
terday, two of tho negro hands became in
volved in a quarrel und ono of thorn shot
thu other dead, on tlio spot. No arrest
MgK Alexander I.odgo No.'J24, I. O. O.
'tQps" F. will bold a Special Mooting at
their Hall, on Friday evening, November
'Joth, for work In tho Kcbckknh Degree.
All member of the Scarlet Degress and
DAUghtcMof ltebek kah are requested to
Visiting member are cordially Invited.
Ity order of tho Lodge.
no'JSt'J C. K. SLACK, Seo'y.
Lazarus and Morris, manufacturers of
"Perfected Spectacles," nro public bono
factors. No spectuclcs ever madu wll
bear comparison with tho "Perfected"!
article. Tuber Ilrothom, Ohio Lovce, tro
tho only parties In Cairo from whom tho
pvctaclet can bo purchased.
A Okm. Tho Kvening Star is tho most
beautifuf sheet-iron cylinder wood stove
made. It is durablo, economical, und tho
poor man's friend. Kvurybody should
havuouu of these excellent stoves.
Nov 1 Akn It
A JIICICK mVELLIXi.' HOUSE FOK
A two story brick residence, admirably
arranged, with largo grounds ( t lotsi, sit
uated on tho corner of Ilolbrook avenuo
and Twenty-third street, will lo sold on tho
men reaionahlu term. It Is located on
high grounds, in an excellent neighbor
hood, the grounds containing bearing fruit
tree, vines and cliolco selections of shrub
bery. It Is, In short, ono of the completed
onus In the city.
Apply to W. II. THOMAS,
At Thomas, Green A- Aldcu's.
Tiik Ckntkai. Mkat Maukkt.
Mestrs. l'rcd Koehler sV Co, of tho Cen
tral Moat Market, dcslru It understood that
they keep all kinds of meats, beef, pork,
mutton, lamb and veal; that they buy and
laughter tho best and fattest unlmnls
brought to. thlt market; dress and lerve
nut thu meat in it neat and clcunly man
ner, nnd deal with everybody fairly nnd
Market basket of customer delivered
freu of charge to any part of the city,
Prcsh sausage on sale every morning.
I!uy your meats, then, at tho Cctitrt
Meat Market, near tlm surlier of Tenth
trout, on Wiithingtou avenue.
Frtsh Ilaltimore oysters served in any
stylo detlrcd, can bu obtained, at any hour
of tho day or night nt l.oiiU IlerlJert'
restaurant. AUo oytcr for sale by the
win, In any quantity desired, at tho nunc
Pork Packers und Prntitlon lle.il ers.
Wood is lloyle, No. 135 Ohio Levee,
have engaged in the pork packing and
provision btiiincS'i, and aro prepurod lo
pay the highest market price in cash for
dressed and live hogs, or to till orders in
their llnu at thu lowest figure ruling.
Farmers of tho surrounding country hav
ing pork to sell should call on them boforo
making contracts elsewhere.
Charleston CeiinVc copy W and
charge tub olllcc nov2d&w,Jw
On amtkk Oak Cook l.N Stoves ami
Evening Star heating stoves tho best in
use for salo by 0. W. Henderson, 100
1 Commercial Avenue. Seo advertisement
Tun most extensive dealer in tobacco,
cigars, snuffs, etc., in tho city Is Mr. Her
man Meyer, Ohio levee, between Fourth
and Sixth utrecU Mr. M's stock Is at
wuy kept complete, and retail buyers aro
donlt with by him on terms that at once,
obviate nil necessity for going to St.
Louis, Chicago, or olsowliere. Mr. Meyer
manufactures brands of cigar that have
grown very popular wherever Introduced,
llcjidct nil thl he is a'gcntlcmau who doc
business on tho square, Is prompt accom
miniating and rcliahjo. Country merch
ants visiting our city and dosirlng goods
in Mr, Meyer's lino should not fail to call
on him, '.'t
Arlinrton (,'otclmlin.. Arm.i.ln I'.iiIucmIi.
i u ii Uhurch,Ht I.otiis, Tyrone,
' J Hrnirn. Hhn? nptown.
l.'itv Cairo. ickstiiirt, Continent!), .NcwOrl'ns,
11 Itnjjan, Kvansvllle, Ann.i, Moiiml City,
Ilrlle Motnhlf. Jteinp, liexn i, "
I'eyloniv, Now (Jdc.in.,
ncun .Mcinttlila. .l l.otil'. nni.
M lUnan, KvaiihIUc,
Oil) of 0. ro,
1,'oMiluonlci', M I.euiK,
The weather it clear and cool.
The river hat fallen four tnehe lnee
Thu Mississippi and tributaries above
St. Louis aro all falling, nnd running leu
I compelling the Northern steamers to
icck Wititor quarters, or conic South.
There Is not over six feet water above j
Tho Ohio is falling at Pittsburg- wliU
throo feet six tnehet water in tho channel.
Tho river is falling at Louisville, with'
twenty inches water in tho chiilo down
thu falls, suid four fjet on Portland bar.
lluslnc't contitittet moderate.
Tho .Malliu Kagun brought 45 plir.1
sundries for Cairo, ") bbls potatoes, 6'
tierces lard, 21 calks bacon, 110 bbls whis
ky, 8 bbls beans, 270 btlt llolir, 03 bblt
por k for rcsbipmcnt (South.
Thu Anna received about. 200 tout hrto
for Memphis and way poiuts.
The Kellogg received about 150 ton
Tho Church is filling out hero with a I
eho wnnts, probably 300 tons.
Tho City of Cairo discharged 550 bales
Eastern cotton here.
Tho pullishcd account of thu great
etonmbont lire nt Kvansvillo shows that
thu City of Kvansvillo might havo been
saved but fur the fact that somo person tin
advisedly cut her loose, when tho Immedi
ately drifted past two other steamers, and
thence n'.ong tido tho Norman nnd Pino
Iilutr vrhllo tho latter wcro enveloped In
Tho Mallio Pagan is now running in
the ptuco of tho City of Kvantville.
The Olive Jlrnnch is due to-day for
Tho City of Alton It thu packet for
VIcksburg this evening.
Tho Quickstep I thu regular Cairo
and Kvantville packet to-day.
The Tyrono leaves dally for I'aductfc
t 4 p.m.
Tho Armada hu laid up hero , for a
day or two and will probably take the
pluco of the arlinglon.
WAKU.VEK, M. !., Cairo
HESIllENCB Corn-r of Ninetetth trtet
Washiitton ate. tlKKlL'K Jn Commercial arvnui.
n orrr I'nst ortlce. (iKKICK MlU'l:.'- From
9a.m. ti I.'m i.-?.iii.li cict'iitfil), un.l (roin.'tn
w. i)ii.vxirM7 oTiioT.
ItiF.NCK-Cornrr Mi.tii ami Walnut
OFFICK-Curner Sixth Strict la I Ohio I.rre
OKKICK llOUIl-Krom 0 a.m. lo l'J m., un4
WII.MiM K. SMITH, "m". I
RKitIbK.NOKNu.31, Tlilrtrntti r.
Iictisrrn Walilntoa Avraur an. I Walnut Streft.
npFCB l'Jt) Comprelal Ari'ii m, up Ktairs
. ii. scmn tj:h.
Importer and Wholesale Dealsr
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Asn. for lst brnodii of
CltlUM AS!) STOCK ALIO
Imioovtocl AIom orclif-rox-out
In t'lieasicr misl lirltiT tlian r:
Nisuulor nil us ( x fit svHuti. H Q
litu s-lolhrii lor I Is-isiitiiu- Win. I IT H
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tstl t luilm. t inni'k, I nlilra. nsisl 1 P
sll WsisisUvssrk. t'lilHis, Karsli I , J
cis hiiiI (lu.HssHrc, niul Itir r
tlciiti al llinia t'lsusstliiff I'str
t'lS' I'llllHII.I.K llllli rsi , Minurr,
llr-), M !, I run. is ml all Metallic
Wars-., lirsisov. a, isa by .Mauls', Malssa
ami Itini. leistlisir a lirlllluist assrfar
rsisill tu ,M r.
Fur Suits l.y .'1,AV HHPS
QAHI. L. TIIOM AH,
U prepare 1 n dn all l.lnia nl
IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
(H KNUR eOMMUCIAI. AVK.M K A.sl
F. l'arkr H. F.
pAKKElt V llLAKi:.
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OILS
Window Ola oud I'litt).
rtailit. WU Pi'r, Whsdow Hhi
9fi OUIO LKVKi:,
Oi i ivo Illinois
, liKl'ltll-KN n.NIi Til K KOI.LOWi.VO MNf.t
: Memphis & Si, Louis Packet Co,,
I nirisiii the follmsltur llrt--li l.iopti!i-r
llclli) St. LouN,
Ornml Tom er.
Vicksburg Mail Line
City of Alton. I Julia,
City f VIcksburg, Murlilo C'lt),
City of C'nlro. ltublcon.
St. Louis & New Orleans
Will Isru on
Tliursdayy, Suturdnya ami Sundays.
Will r.ate on
Wednesday, Fridays und Sundays.
Connecting; with lh Mobll nnl Olilo Hsllroad
at Coliiriliiia, .aslisritlss and Northwestern Italt
ron.l at lllrkmani wilh Ihn Motnphls ami Cli.ir.
le.lon, Mississippi and Tennes-i anil Memphis
ami l.uularilln IUilral at Metnplils, ami with the,
HI. Francir, U'liltff ami Arkansas riser piokvla at
thcr.imp place. T,,u
Will iinknconneottons, also, nith the Arkanaas
river paoket at Naoleon! with Southern Hall.
rja.t and moo riser nad Now Orlrans piickets at
Xcw Orleium 1'ackctN,
M-ikiru all wsy linllnjs, iltpirt Irl-weckly.
Ont of the Aliore Stcnmrrs will
Leave Cairo for SI, Louis Daily
Conneellni! there with nil tlio Ullru. running
out of M. Louis, and with Dip Mi-sourl river and
VHAS. IC. K Yl. K. Ticket .iuent
On,M..M IMillllps'naiisiiiiHIi ssrlinrlbossl
WlirriMhrjuvh tiikrt may U f...'ur"l for nil
points i:.i.t, West, .Surtli nnd f'oiiih, rvdohed ly
lln'ulxjvo liuosor thriiil jh vonnectlons made by
MI. I.I AH lilt ANT.
ilenntal tieked Aionl, Mt. l.oiils, Mn.
IWHOIS CENTRAL i). R.
Hi. l.uiil,T.oulHrillc, CiiitimiHtl
ChlcuKt's .Vcw York, llutsn
PointM "Emit and Xorth
I'naas'siiicr Tin Inn Arrlssi at rsml lrrs
S'nlro is (iillosvai
AltltlVF HlOt) A. .11 !tt:0 l. M
li:i'.VItT-'4lU3 A. .. , Ill Jill', ft
Itoth train roiiiirot at I riitrxlia with tr.sin.ua ih
lit ASK US
Casta, llerMliir. IIIoimhIiikHih, Kl I'm so I
I. a Nallr, .tlriulula, I'lrspnil, S.alrllll,
liiliuiiii', mill all imlista In llllisula,
.iissuisii, .Tsiisueauiu, .1 1.-..... ...
And with liur:iiiiiiilix r-wlalid Wi-at for
St. Louis .Sjirhttflli'lil. I.oitlavilli', Che
riniintl, lnillatiiiiolN .V Ci'liiinlins
And at ClilcnK" wilh JIk-IiV'H CiiiIihI, Mii'IiI.
Uo Hoiillti ti. n I l'itll''irn. Korl W) u
ami I'hlc iRii Itailrov.s for
SIAllAltA I AI.W
Kit 1 K,
Id I I A I.O,
Vor Ihrounh tickela an I iiifiirin ilicn,
at lllliiola Central Uallroad tvpot.
llenernl l'en;'r .H"H', I hlKo
M. HDOItITT, tlfne'iilHiiperiuletiiifiit.
J. JUII.NSUN, A.vnt, I'uro.
oimxtiaFiKM sv 1 1.1. 1. 01 n
taiiTni:.sTKit. it. .
On uiul urtcr TJiiiwiluy, April
trains will i iiii as rollows :
uoiJsoiiTursr 1 rts t -raixoruii',
M I. ID c.
colxu Noarusr li:it "A.M.
re - ..xi "
. I, l'J
iirclo.e ronueiuoiiH ni rui huh iniiioia
11. II. fur Cain and ull ioinl oillh, and
ulili Ihn Ind. & St. 1 1 '.la II. II. ur liidlu'l.tnoll
uiul l.oulaTille, and all points taut and .oiillimst.
Also, at HutiUKlU'ld with III" Toledo, Wuhash A
Wi iU'tn II. It. lor (julnry und nil puiuU uvat, uud
wlllith t'lileaijo Jt i-t. I.01111 It. II. tur St, Louis
ami (.'hieatto, mid all points north and iiQrthwDat,
K. IMJOOU, (It'ii'l'Misst.
JUU.N (UilOrn,,Ui'a,lTlPket Al.
Aad nil kind
LkCUAI. ANII IDHMKHCIAI. JOII
IVrfor.ned at tlio i.'AIHO lll'l.LF.Tl.S' FF1CE
iMily.ipil'ly an I cheaply
IUL U1V II1L
sis ii rfiT lain nil p
MSI I I I t I : a
Mia mm w k
WW mf m an m
mm mm h h m. mm at a asm s i
If il.. W.A 1 1 1.
iiu iiiu a ii it'll i rur iiuiiu
For Hi!f by
Beerwart. Orth &
atat lj mi i sm a
- - XlllXL
J n. 1'IIIMiIPH V CO.,
IHuecenfors to K. II. Hendricks k Co.)
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n ut i
Ij n ivi i r :i
V mmm mm m m.wr mtmm taw m n . ssv .
irelllllU tu all IHilals. and Luv and sell on on
. .ii" i-iriiniri, ii, rrcpiTr, inin anil lorw
Uff-Jluslness atttadej to with promptacst.
3uc'naor to Parker it riilllis.'
And Dealer Id
l'lnur. Moitl. liar. T?ai. kutat
sil-s n rt i
1 .11, . 11 iiiii .w r-u r-
ne ivn- v . .'. a. .4
Z. I. M.lhu.
jyjATIIU.S.S 4c I IIL,
K. C. Vh
lili Ohio I.evct,C'AUtO, ILLINOIS.
tjptvial attention sUen tu tlm puruhua and sal
Piss T. 1'iaiaa
fi.o uu, coi:, ots, ir.i v.
A'o, 58 Ohio Utevee
IJInlSSWAHE mid HOUSE FUUHtMII
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
COR. t'TII ST. Jt OHIO LKVKK,
Has jiut rccalsredafuUdcompleteilock ol
RUDY MIDE GIOTHIHG
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Ol .ry deacnptloo, whlfh srlll U ld at pile
thai sslll tio laif lo auit all purchsvsar. Kerlaci
rttadUH-anlffil. Ida stock of
Shirts, Hats, Caps, etc.,
Ja'not excelled In point of Mice, t)Iu aat ifliU.
lal lu tin or any other mark l,