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THE C-A-XIRO STJXjLETUsT, WOYBMEEB 25.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Jftw .Time Table.
Traiuson tlie Illinois. (.'eunl Itallroul Iww nr
rite at anddt(.irt from Cmra followm
Mall train, arrltrs." i.v
Uaprass tralo arrival '
M.ll tr.li. In.,,. 2 0 1. M.
tr.In luoi . 3:M T,
Accoromo tation train Uas -IAS" r.
Hrslgal trains arrita l 7:Wnnd lltlM a.lii-l
p.ra.j anJIavo at s i, a.m.. ami ,:M "
9.13 p.tn.
Not. iO-tf
Tub next parlor concert will bo held ut
the rejldsnco of Capt. W. V. Jlnllltlay, on
Tuesday cfenintf nait.
Flouk1 Choko Family Flour inbl.
lifilf bbls., sacU, Ac, fur sale at tnj Kgyji
tlati Mill). mi
"yiSTrn. A plrl to do general houso
work In u small family. Apply tit thu cor
ner of Seventh street and Juflursort ave.
mix. tiovlMlf
Etkiit "Vs'iimh. Tho Charter 0.ik
.Stovu Is on hulo In kit tlio principal to win
and cltlci throughout the South and Wet.
All rasnectallo dealers havo them, nnd
(uniider them their moat ituplu article.
nov2ldA:wlt
Um-iia.y Asylum Donatio.vi. The
donation party at thu Orphan Asylum
WeJnasday (tight, wai not very largely
attumlcd, but tlio donations formed a very
rctpectablo aggregate. Among tho itfma
we note a Inrral of flour, lino barrel of u)
pies, threo lacki and a biuhtl of potato?
o!Vcn dnllnriln caih, etc. A tlio nuniLor
of inmate ii not Urge, the contribution
t will run the institution, or rather Urn pro
vision department, levera! wtckt.
y r
Th Cairo fc Yyvtw IUimoAi.-Tho
Kemphli lrafaneA,of Wednesday, mala
thu gratifying announcement that a i on-
tract hu been elosad with rmpotislblu par-
tli for the building of thu Cairo and Ful
ton railroad fronuthe Missouri line to Ful
ton, within two yean from the date of the
contract.
Of the boitdinr of the X mouM portion
within tho lauie period, wo IVel ubundunt-
It assured. ' '
Till Latk Comckkt. 11 y an overiigh
which wai detected at an hour too late to
rnaka thenoedful correction, our rr-fererie .
to tha literary' ftaturn of the lata concert
wai not published. We regret thli at we
ar assured that one of the mn.t enjoyable
fuaturei cf the itort!nrnnt wa llm
reading of W. 11. Uilbort, JIvj and of Mr.
ItaTli, of tht.S'un. Mr. Gilbert road Feu f
Haven, and thoe in who judgment w
cenfldo, anureui that hit reading win fur
paajingly good. Mr. DbvIh read a folo
tlon from Tonnyion.
IfTho piano o!o of Mn. M. V. Gilbert,
and tho harp rntliic by MU Karlo worn
aUo highly commended, but our niforoner
to them, It ccm, wai toiilintd toour man
tucrlpt. A HrwrTiwumCoST it.rr. V' 2
(nforiaod that tho Itrltith Coniul for Now
York wai in tho city ytrterdaj, to nrnuign
with Mr. Itamom (known to many ni the
walnut lunil'tr man) the detalli of a urn.
tract fur onu , juiUUoti it;ht hundred
tboiiiwd oub'ic foot cf whltooak iblp tliu
v1br. 'Mr.llanioriij in comrtuny' with thn
consuf, for Bt. LoMi 'yesterday tocloio
the contract.
Tho perfounancu of thli contract will
JnvolTotho outlay, 16 and ubout Cairo,
of tho Tory coniderablo umof uno linn
di4 thuuiand dollar.
Tliftt tit if to ntruct will ho followed by
otheri of thu aumtj nature h- morally cor
tuln'aiitli well known that, within tifty
niilis of Cairo there I a litrgca quantity of
whitooak timber thatt civn bo found In the
kiiiw oxtcnt of territory eliewhuro be
twt vnthoalU-ghony and KocUy Mouutiilni.
Mr. Hntisom will, wuundetaud, enter a
once upon tho pcrformarico ofhli contract
Tu Murprlio Sloro It.iituntcd on tho
corner of .Sixth itrcet and Wnhiiigton
avenue AIL good 'nruituarkod in plain
figures and ut about liidf lo. u-ind priic
Tliyk)iulfe uru repeellully itiylud toe. ill
and ipo.tho hargaltii in, our beautiful l(lli
antl Diipiinoiu l'oilfn. AVo oonm tu tay,
--HrM have m enteh-penny iirritngujiu'iit,
gift niterpriso'or loiter. HxMinlno our
Hit of price, orumnll M1U. ' ' nov'Jltf
1), Lauiikkt, Ohio Lovcc, betweon
M&h (ind Tenth itrcets, juu .cujargoil
nml improved his shuvlng und lmlr-cuttlug
and is prepared to .shay ustorucr. in
u,llratclustylc.
Clean towols, jslinrp razors and co'urteous
t attention aro among .the attractions of tljo
eJtaWishro'nt. , tf
I
kTn train leaving Cairo' at 1!:!50 p.m.
topsat all.poinU.hiityc0 CVfo ni Con
tralia. Tho t'raiu leaving Cairo nt 3:30
p.m., stops south of Centralia nt Jones
ro, Carbondale, TJu Quolnand. (Ashloy
only.j c PttMengcrs for stations between tho
above points must take the 12:30' p.m.
train. o JAMKS JOHKSON, Agt.
HOT32d3l
ellJ I ?.. .
a 'WaKTKb lUMXPIATKI.Y. 300 WOOd
ohoppers to cut vfopd.onhelinii qf tho
St. Louis &'lron Mountain ra'lltbad Half
fare tickets furnished at tho tloket office In
'Bt. Louis, Vages, ?l'-20 per cord. Apply
at the yurtoui wood yards, or to
novl90t. II. J". DEAL, Charleston, Mo.
A I'iiist Clam 1)i:ai IJijat. Aliwut
ten days or two wooks ago, a woll drefed
liitolllgont slrntiijor arrived in J'hiIuuhIi,
gitvo Ids iinniu ns 0norul Hamilton, anil
represented hlniaelf in an ngrnt of tho
Fredmuri' i.-ducatlotiRl bureau. Hu formed
tho acquaintance of the city authorities,
and in tho company of tho mayor and
othor ollleial dlgnitariui of thu town, vl-il-nl
the colored ichooli. A few dayi nltr-r-wards,
ho gave a banquet to which he in
vitcd qulto a number of tho lcadirtg eiti-
zetm of I'aducuh. The coit of the banquet,
.about $200, he paid promptly on demand,
and. for a ihort tlmo thereafter General
Hamilton wai a man of no mean conic
qucoee. During thli Interval, it happened,
we nro Inlormed, that tho Ouiicral'i remit
tance from Washington failed to arrive.
Having ute for a few hundred dollars ho
employed hit good credit. Ho
borrowed i'.'M from n tracher.
ef a negro lehool, and varioui itiiini, rang
ing from J 10 tu $o0 from nundry tn-gro
men, giving hit notti for thu weral
amounts Jutt ai n ihrcwd buiincM mau
would bo expected to do. IU alto Itivoit-
ed largely in clothing, patronizing omo
of tho Urit-cIiM eitabliilinicnts to thu
amount of ('.'.Vi; hut to the proprietor of
tliMf ho gavo cheek on the bank! InJCair.),
in which he claimed to have a much
money m an ohlinury mortal could Itavo
any uie for. "General Hamilton'' having
thus accumulated caah and clothing to thu
amount of $1,000 or l.o00, ho wu itid-
denly reminded that he had a lltllu bu-i-
(ifii to attend at Cairo. Ho w;m heri1,
ycUordny, had a tlno dinner with captain
H., and footed tho bill lite it man.
Il'jforo separating from Captain 11.,
however, ho remarked that ho wai a littlo
ihort of fundi, and Captain II. would
greatly obligu him .if ho would cash u hun.
Irod dollar check on I'aducah. Capt. 11.
obligeJ him, and w hero How, U "General
Huiillton 1" The merchant! and m-grou
aroon a vain hunt for that hank in Cairo
that ha cot tho General money, and at
last account from (.'uptsin II. hu hail dot
been able to draw the money ou tho Gen
eral i hundred dollar chock oul'adueah!
From there and other fact In our po-
gioti, we aro diipoHl to believe that
General Hamilton i a "denJ-b- at ' and
ft humbug. 1
TitANKsaivi.vo Dav. ns iisr.n.
TAjfcE" im Uaiko. Tho' obrvnc"o" of
thanksgiving day In Cairo wss chnracfr
lo il by an unuiual quiet. Appropriate
service, wcro held In tho dilTercntjChurcli
t ; a few of our noLlo hiarted citiietii
obeyed tho Injunction' "Whon thou
makest a fvuit call in tho poor, tho latr.e
and tho hungry but tho majority fol
lowed tho unvarying routine of every day
I if-j, mixing a very small amount of
thanks with a Krgo amount of business.
r I i . a . . . a . j, , .
inrouga mo Mim omces oi h irti-nu we '
l-n'ii'lii ui'iinv nu itu'irai i iji irio inunKp-
...... . I !..... . t . . .
giving H-rinon, pronotmecd yterduy
morning by tho Itov. Mr. Coan, rector of
the Church of thu ItoJcomer ;
Exuuus xxxiv, -'2. And thou shall ob
lervotho feast of weoiicf tho tlr.t fruits
of wheat lmrvet and the A-at ofliiL-atli.
ring at the rear's eiul.
Thu fea.t of this dav it analogous to the
one commanded in tho text to l oob.i-rv...!
by the children of Israel. Wo only point '
out tho anuloL'V f r whatevor It tnav bo'
worth to our Interest in thu r,b.ern,H. ,,f ,
this cuitom-a cmtom which tho church !
follows, not merclv on tho Invitation of the !
civil authority, hut which ho has -.tal ,
lished for hvriolf, by tho appointment of a
day to bo observed in default of inch m-1
pointmcnt by tho rttlors of tho land.
Our thoughts will lo .oecupitowith the ,
(MtrAity or tne nartt. 1 he ojration. of
naturo are so illt-tu oud so subtle, If t-1 urmng,., with inrgo gnMinds (-1 lots), tdt
niay LTallowcd threx pressloii " " mt'tral ,ltl , the corner of llolbrook uvonuo
that wecoa.oto rriitnlthem with wonder. '
a miracle win tirro-i.HtientMii. lint if a .
!iowur ot Mtpnww, then certainly ti.o ,,i(;h ,tMU,u, in wi exc llent neighbor
powor of tho ntailUhmsnt of tho laws of tll. Sr...ina.coiitiltiliig bearing fruit
nature I, cvldcuco of the existence nnd lr vill,.. ,,,,,1 Oh6!oo .uLotlonsof shrub-
omnipotence of God. There Is a power,.,..,. i(l . r, m, .- Cv,.m)L.,..,.
I I .1 . .. . (
ou ii i iiu uiu uniiiii lortv, ut uaiitre a
power tho more wonderful because it enn-1
not lw traced, more awe-iiipiring beCMi.o ,
of Its vcrv sllencii. Tho secret uf tJod'."
power rest with himself. Thrt Invisible '
law of (iod's own ordir become, hiniiifev.
oijly in operation ami. r,ult. in,Jaw it-
self urround. u nnd envelop n-t,nr! . I
permeate. .ur very eTi'tenco as to makt,
u, in an extent wo tan i.ui ( :iy .mii.'.i
tun luipiiti u:u; u-pciidttii rr.ivrn n
(i.l,i hatid, nti-1 wh iiu.;bt lei-ltst.- tht"4
duty tto ow v Him of ta'.iup'i-and pral'ii
lor tlie con, t.ut'. s j.ti r.atiic of Hi, pnwcr. '
TJut tliu puut-r of (l.ol is itillii
ito implKs that it Is I'nr.irui'hiiiK in
detail as Willi as grand in aggregate . I.,
M that it dcicv!id:utlio mallot particular '
a, well in controls thocyclca of the Wvi.'lds.
Wo aro too apt to think of it ua gtcat and
wide, but net as minute and particular
Tho harvest teachos us lod's faithful
ness, His mercy and His forbearance. A"
wo liuvu rend in tho go,iel 'dlo nniliotli
His sun to rlsoon the evil nnd on lhygoy-1
and sendeth rain on tho jtut and on tho
unjust.' While man will learn only pre
sumption und not faith, still tho merclo,
aro not wiihdran, If tho world will h" !
unthankful, lot Christian people so much
tho moro "magnify the name of tho Lord,'
because "Ills mcrcv endttroth forerer.
As we couib together to thafik (lod fori
tho "kindly fruits of tho earth," what do
wo bring J U(ii in return? Do wo otfor,
Hlm-uiiything buthu pralsa of .words
TJhe bit thaukigivliig wp,eu.on'nr i tliilni porlv to s-eTTplioiifd" call on "tlioni beforo
.11.. Uf. ya-.t. .-I I , '. a
fruit of a godly life. Gratitude must havo
expression. It takes substantial ombotll
intnt in aotion.t (lod ferenfour 'tfibi;to
nuru hij w nitrivtj. ruijitr wuriiB, ntui
If wo cannot brini? Him, for tlio nast. anv
thlnL' but' shame mid olf-ubascment. let us
offer Him te-day, and for tlio future, our j
Jove and ilf, and may God niorclfully ao.
ceptour feeblo tribute, nnu tavo us in tho
ond.
' n0Sj !Hh, I'nrriitff liver body, Look
I Here!
Hoys, j;irl., futlicr mid mothers tlicsu
, two paragraphs aro c pociully dedicated to
j yon. l. Sntip, 102 (Vitmtiorclal nvunuo
i hns brought on tho largest stock of toys
' and con feet minifies over opened in Cairo.
I Wo f hull not attempt to enumerate. Wo
shall only say that tho supply embraces
everything vet invented to please, in
struct nnd entertain littlo boyi nnd girli
Many of tho toys are highly ornamental
other uru very curloui, and all aro fully
forty per cent, cheaper than like articles
woro ever beforo offered in this market.
Littlo boys and girls, oven folks of mature
growth, 11 nd it imposslblo to pas9 Saup'i
establishment without stopping. The at'
tracttoni imldo nro Irresistible. And no
wonder. Think of twenty-six largo casci
of toys steamboat, locomotives, 10I
diors, horse, dog, cats, olcphatiN,
dolli, toy furniture toys that wall; and
cry lo everything but think and talk
uiiimal that howl nnd bark and Squeal
anil bellow balls, marbles things cu
rious, things ingenious, things ornamental
and all so cheap that anybody cm secure
a full supply for Christinas!
I hen again thero nro the?-confections
tho largest nnd host stock "ever teen in
Cairo. Candles, mint nnd gum dropi,
fancy candie and kine everything in
tho candy lino, und all of tho purest qual
ity and mot popular brand. Hut enough.
If you want toys und confoctlons for tho
holidays or anv other days, thero Is one
i plft'o where you can suit yourself beyond
doubt, nnd tli at place is at 1'. baup's 10
Commercial avennc. nnvl'tf.
Tim I'i:oi'lk'.s Muat Maiikkt. (j
GavkiuV Co., l'coi'MBTon. Tno meat
market just opened by Gayer and Co., at
tho corner of 'Washington Avenue and
Tenth street, is Just exactly iiich u meat
market ai thuvi who know Gayer would
expect him to tablth when ho "spreads
idin'clf." F.vcrythlng ' Is new, freshly
palnt 1. and wear tm air of cleaitlinus
that no one will full to commend.
Gayer it Co. aro among tho oldest and
most experienced butchers of tho country
and havo learned that It pays) 'it to kep
, first da meat, and column I tint cltw
(custom. If oitizeni would, t. ofore, so
, cure tpl- ii li 1 froult meats, por itovf, tnut
I ton. veal, lamb or sausage t y can al
ways find tliem in any quaittil . detlred at
ho i'ooplu s meiil market, .lust t ry it. tf
".I'AULinstjo Glui:,' ulwuyi.up to thu
sticking point. nov 2lstcod lw
Tj:""Gjuxd Sfiinttsi: 'Tho' gray
haired can hardly b-illevo ,thcir vyes when
thry sec thelrtwliltoned' locks restored to
tln-lr iruttuQ beauty by a clear and trail,
parent Culd.- I'iialos's Vita li a, on Sal
vation koh the MIaiu. 1' thu urtld" in
(IU,tion. nd I frat, from an v sedimi-nt.
'
SM I y I
irupgcit mill fancy gJxts
nov 'JUt d A w 1 w
du-tler.
Lazahl' nnd Morris, nirtttiifneturpr of
'I'l-rfe-'.fl Spectacle," aro publl bor.c
factors. N speettviei over made wil
bear comparison with thu "Forfected''!
rticlo. 'In! t Urotfiers. Oltlo J.ovo.-, uro
t'-' "n parties 111 Cairo from whom the
p'-ctacl can be purchased,
, -, -
as. km ine r.vening oiar is mo mo.i
ltifiif chceHrun cylinder wood stove
,nr'Uo- 11 " "ul ' eonomlcul, ami the
I,0Pf m"" "JeuJ. O-vorybody .liouia
Hitvoom. of tneso vxcelient stove.
"v 1 ' iUW u
,' mMnir7.svrir rvn lfdtTw i-nrs
SAM!,
A . w,. slorv lrlcs. rti jv.neCi ,idmlrably
,id 'Awntj-thlrd street, will be loll on tho
mM rPIpr,Rble tcrm. it is locate on
' '
Lines in thu city.
Apply to AV. II. THOMAS,
A I Thomas, Green t'cAldun'..
i
Tiik CiiSTiiAi. Mkat Maiikkt.
Mer. Fred K.vhlir V Co., of tho Ceti-
lml y(l.,lt Afaikut, di-sirolt undirstotKltliat
v , M ( f m.lH- lftrk)
, j , ,hat the-buy and
t ,( Jj,U'r
tilo le,t i, I,, li.ttoi't nitituaU
'i-iUpht t" this m:i:tki't; dres nnd servo
-tit tin-tiviti. In .I'f.ent nnd cleanly man
ia i, and deal with ovcrybody fairly and
,-p.iariily.
Market h-iekul of uustomurs dulivercd
li'i-c of chtirgo to i.ny part of thu city.
Freh ati'tigo on salo every inorniiig.
Hoy your incut, thun, nt tho Centra
Meat Mutket, neur thu corner of Tenth
treot, iin 'Wtishlngtoii avenuo.
ii(i,u
aep.U Uuin
Friinuioro oyner's served lifany
stylo tin, irod, can hu obtained, at any hour
of thu day or night at Louis Herbert's
ivf tnumnt. AUo oysters for, salo Ly the
can, In any mmntitydcslrod, tit tho sumo
price. , tf
.0,.fc. JMeUo mid Trovlbitut Heolers.
Wuoj jj-j -0 j3j Ohio Luvoe,
have eligagetl iii tho pork packing nnd
provision builues.'.uitd nro incpariid to
paytho hlg!iC3t market. jjrleo in cash for
dressed and livu hogs, or to til t order in
tholrHno ut thu lowest figure ruling.
Farmers of tho surroundlnc country hav-
making contracts elsewhere.
Charlwttin . Courier " cdpy 4w I nml
chargothls otllco. , nov'iJiKw'Jw
Chaktkk Oak CooKiNd Stoves and
KvenlnStar healing stoves the best in
for aalo by C. W.- lleliilerson, l'JO
Commercial Avenuo. Sea adycrtlsoiiient.
nuK'JOdlm,
I'oLtci: Itemh Mollio Jones, white,
and Cnrolino Williams, colored, woro fined
$S and cots, amounting to fl8 each, for
uiing otronslro languago and dliturblnc
the peace Molllo paid, and Calllo "soak
ed" her trunk.
Frank Fhllllpicama in from Closr creek,
and concluded to havo a time of It. He
invested about $2 in liquid inspirn'Ion,
took possession of the applu stand UOftr
Whittakor'i drug itore and composed lira
elf there, for a sloop. While thus com
po.ed ho wai gobbled by the police, ind
Uros lined him Si and the trlmmm'ngf,
Having no money, hs was calaboosod.
John Campbell, eighty years old, Was
found hatleis and whooping drunk, on the
levee yesterday, and fined and calabooscd
RIVER. NEWS.
AllltlTAI.-!
Arlington Coliimbua,
Mrrr .Mlll.tr, Ktansri
Lllexlll. il.i
Tjronv, l'.liiok,
Hoffast, Mij
1'ertoDn, (iutul Clulii;
Miller llnw. St. I.mns! Oiluinliia. Ark Ktr
'JrAh't Tot. or, lo llrlle Ht l.ouis, Mxrnpi
IlKriKTURK.
Arbngt'in, Columbus, Trronr, I'sdu-ib;
Utliiinliiu, m. l.ouiPi .Mary Miller, Mnni
lirllf .-t Lotil, ilo Anna, ilu
lii'lliot. ilo timti l Tower. Mmt.
;oiu
l lli'MiliI, KransTi HiIht How, Hliretrport;
Tho weathor continues to bo at gloomy
atiddIiagrccablo as one could posssbly
wish to see. Snow or rain seems threat'
ncd.
Thu river Is falling ut the rato of
about Ave Inches per day and Is not mora
than two feet above ordinary low water.
Tho Mississippi is falling steadily at
St. I) u is and above, and its tributaries aro
all declining. Ice is rapidly increasing
above Keokuk. There is only six feet
water now reported between St. Louis nnd
Cairo.
Tho Ollvo llraneh has boon five days
on the way out from St. Louis, and was
still hard aground at Liberty bar, when
tho last boats patsod down.
Dullness hero continues fair.
Tlial'eytona and barges nro recoivlng
considerable freight.
Tho Idlcwlld brought out a fair cargo
for rethlpment south.
-Tho .lennio lirown brought tho mam
moth wharfbojt lately constructed at Me
tropolis, bv Alf. Cutting, Kso., from that
city to Cairo, and will procood with It to
Vicksburg, where it U to bo stationed.
Tho llellu St. Louis discharged here
"3 bales cotton for reehipmetit East pur
rail, and CM) iks dried fruit for Chicago.
Tho Ohio Is rising at Pittsburg with
four feet water In tho channel, and a pros
pect of ubout twolvo Inches moro. All
tho sldo streams above Louisville are ris
ing slowly.
-The T yrone leaves for l'aducah, daily,
at 1 p.m.
Tho Mallio IUgan Is tho regular pack-
to for Krnnsville this ovonin
V. Iiitir n-V. Hlta
PAICKKU tV IJI.AKI!.
4.
If.tler in
WHITE LEAD. ZINC, OILS
Wiudotv Glass nnd Patty.
Uruslies, Wall Paper. W!4ow Slhee
05 OUIO LEVEK,
Cairo - - - - IllinoiH
SEsVINU MACHINES.
sS
ii:ivica i.ioiii.i:k.
i. k ii mm
ASiENCYOr
TIIK DAVIS YKKTICAL FEKU
SEWING MACHINE.
The
ComplneM, MiiipleHt aim
Sew I up; Mucliltio In Use.
He
Cor, 8th St, & Washington k
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Tho ifeniaii.t fur llm DAVIS HKWI.Sil MAC'll-IM-3
in llm Atlantic Mate., where Ui-n at" l-.t
knoun, ami ulif-rn tln-y tti:ii'.t all eiln-ra, Is
ijri'iilt r limn ii-lii-il
lliii'vcr full? In .on Lu.-I of work. It t ilnil'l".
nti.iatinrf a feu -In ti j .iit, ami it. witi- nl.
In r h itl.tint 'liuiii- of ntltt'li or l-iiinu.
t'liithliU I I '-'I 'll' liiilTU .t-lilium imi'IiTiI t'l 1
nil o'h r..Hii'l lb t it I. Jii.i tin- tiling l-.r runflf '
iv.-'i iii4-iva mono! in it -i'.iiiii an-i i-i on n -t
riwuiii
lulni!
i Willi,' -TrM'tii,-lr u i : L:iiiiu i. ii ufu r .'t.Un-
Mr.l', JiiiiIitii liiiie mitiiritl iii-i au l Oi
Umi-IiI ,
tjli- of fln'h, wuil re.pik llull) Unit
Ilwliu i
wmtt tin
BEST SEWING MMl
Mniiiif.icliiri'.l tfliriw llirni a call Lvforr I n.oliiia.
Iiigi-j.mhi'rp,
'"' S'nll .mil (lat rirnulni-.
. Wilts P"
LU'K INSUItANCE.
VTISNOLni MUTUAL
t .Jij. r
LIFE INSURAMCE CO.
1'
OKFICMorllnvsat 'ar. VHrlla aaSI
tun 4ll kUt t'tU, rsi. aossia.
AuiM'or. 7 1 1 tv Commarclal- Ar
kCEiro,-illinQ.s."
Citilt CaDlta!.1 - ,.
A26fOOO
SWIA
'cnsii Absetf! over.
w t kv a, .
ARTMl'H 9. BAHHKT, Pre'..
UnMJ.U 114.1 ASSSS.Hrc').
f. M. I1UVPS .1 dUAV. 143 I'Bsllo atresl.
ChionoftMta HunaK'n (or Illinois.
(i. I'.'TOPPKf ' L'alre.'Hpttial Akabt forHonth
trti Illinois, i-
rrciniiim pakl to nml coucctioniniado uy u, r
lliiKlii'S,)u,liM-r l'irt National I'ank.
'.'111. Uiu
CIIAimil OAK STOVES.
Evening Star
,A.'I
Tlif ili-innnM for Clisrter Oik, Hi lllcnj an
I'li'iilttf starHloin Im tfroiui no r.iinlly of tli
lli.u Hiuii-hot tlllcl miUr m promptly m ilu
ulniMol but having; rio secured tlie. M'IMntire
of another Moid 1 otimlry, h.i i-IiiII ncrcutter
I'onlino neatly tlii-ntlrf.ie of our nan ,t.il..
Ilnliment to llm production "f tliu floie., ,liro
lianiv-l kiiiI hopo to fill all ornM h itlmut delay.
V wiiulct rnlltliu attention rif tlimn about pur-cha-1
iifi, to the ilicci'i nml populirltr ef all ol
thei-o Mov. No l.ott.' r o V i.l.'ti-'.i of tlif't r intrlti'lu
merit i-au bi ottered Hints a statement nf Km fart,
tint afterlK )eiim Unentnl Ix-inKnuliUct to ei're
li'-lalntill kinN of loeHlille,, kikI to tli- mot
bitter und 'li'ti-rtiuneil opponltinii tli.il cntil.l be
taventiil, tint thuy nrcto-lny, thu
Mo-,t lNipiilar Sloven In (lie Market
ami have len -tieli satisfaetton that tne demand
a greater than eter.
If )ou uant tlie
KEST COOKING STOVE I-OK W0OI
buy theCIIAKTEIt OAK.
If you want tho
BEST COOKING STOVE FOK COAL
buy the CHAU.F.NOK.
If you want tho
Nenlcst k IlostShcct-Iron 1'arlor Store
etcrma'le, buy tho r.VKMNrt STAIt.
. yoLt) IIV
EXCELSIOIt MANUFACTUHIXU CO.
013 & 01 X. Main Ntrect,
HI, Louts, Mo.,
OH
Cairo, Illlnnla.
tilylilawlr
la auppllr! wills all kluda or
SUPERIOR LIQUORS
Boor, illo, Ao..
ON OMMERIAIi AVKXI U
lletween El(htn and MnthSlreel,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
thlr-ty, win lore pood lliMot, i-Iioii. -Ive
him a tall, and thoro Mho want a
FRAGRANT CIO AH
Can have their wants itpplied t bin bar.
TUIIN
I'rn.rlolor of tho
Illlllaril Saloon nitd liar Itoom
EI Dorado
IOU Commercial Ave,
Cnii-o, - - - - Illinois
JJENHY I.A ri.VKIt
Ha fliM up a Ann
Saloon and Restaurant
Anil li
Popular Public Resort
Whara h rinitor will An. I l.rrr airv r.w.m.
UnpllH with
(lAII ATr.LI.I. AMI I'KiMI.MIOLR TAIILKS
(!otnlortal.ln ai-al. i ti-., nml it bar siiilir, uii'i
tliKbrll anil t'oolmt liitrr Urr. Ilu' iiiiih.i ttinr.
an.l liiiinrs,'li-ars. i t '., to l found in Cairo.
I'lftitjr of room lr-u to ruril-o'lj
r.f.fllv.ll I. III! !.., IU ,1 I III I. -til .11
isistr
.UILLIXEUV.
NEW CfOODS
Jl'ST IIIH'SU Vi-:tr.
llajtit ritttrrii"! ith a very wMn-t am. It ol
Kiiihr.ti'iii; thu lai, : . . of
Hats ami Ilomirl.,
I'liir Itl.l SilllSI-a,
I, nil us nuil I'lillllrr ll' Itiinl.,
iisrc-sr c-i or d.s
An I 'i H'li'ii'f I I. ins of
is a a i ?;v uosi i::tv.
'I lir Liilli'. nil' ii i , ill. V HUl'i i to Oil I an. I il-
u'Tiliii' tliu III a yiMuli.
Mil"" .or- .Mii.ri-nua.iojiii'.i iin-i;.ijii,jii'iii,
11 VltillU-l lllif II
Ati.I l.nifiii;; Unixht lii-rpn-n-nl t.i'k t vrry l
tUiillUa. ad l lnuo.l'a In ilil Un lnr vm'il I irllll
mtUlivr o.itroiia lii'iiumilMr, If )u waul ooils
at UT) jm prni'4, full at
Sir. .Mctat'tYsi C'lit Ststrc.
6ctinjtr
STSs&HSOATS.
rniiK fim: niik-h'iii:ix
ltllCHI.AI! (Ulllll AMil'AIHIOAll
I-AIIKKI"
R Y.KOR,niKKR...Op'n H.V.WI)I.lAMS..,Ct,k
Will ply TttfUbuljr aaabiva, If atmi; Cairo euij
Jay IHuii'luy uicvpltidli at half.iia.t J h'cIik'I p.m.
Tlio Ariiiadu I a Swift shlo.wlicol htoaiiu r, liny,
ituc very superior acuotmiicdatlons for lt t Ii ui.s.
vpiora ami frolKht.
Sim connects nt I'ailllcah ulththo Ouintrrlia'l
and Touuvuee river uu'Uta ami the New Cileni,
ami Oplo railroad, t'nr pattlenlarH. nppljf
huard.orlo M. J. lU'CKI.KY
JaKsUaaaiaaMaMiiii i in i Ac)"'l,"1 ('" "
jgMIGUAXT
TICKETS FOR SALE
UlmUW ' Uesiiatuw" to Calru
a .
NalTonl, Won U &. t'aiutcv, Ants.
TICKET AGI'.NCY.
QAHtW UEM2HAT.
'Railroad
i
IMS
Steamtat
ItKI'lttWKM I.N(!TIIK I'OM.O'.VI.Vli LINK
Memphis & St, Louis Packet Co
L'oinpriiti tlio follow In lir-t
Mi-Hiat'M '
la
P.spiu -r
Hello Memphis,
City ofClifHt.'r,
ilfllc St. Louis
Grand Tower.
Till:
Vicksburg Mail Line
Com pri'ln;; llu-
CHy r Alton,
(.'My of Vlcktliiirir,
City of Cairo.
Julia,
Marble CM,
Kithlron.
tiii:
St. Louis & New Orleans
l'acltel T,l iiv.
(Hive llrnnch,
Molllo Able,
(Ircitl llcpubllc,
Continental.
Ocxter,
Tlioinpson Oonn,
raiillmt Carroll;
Kichmtiml,
CoiniuotiHraltli.
TIciiiplilM lnekctM,
Will I.earo on
ThniNdaj'!, Snlurdays nml Sundays.
Vivknburg lackctN,
Will Lwn ou
Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
Conniftlnif. with tho MuMIn ami Ohio Hillrn,l
at Cliit'il.ii,, ahillH aail Northwi-strrn Hall
ron l at Hickmans with tlio Memphis anl Chsr
rtnti, Mlaalinptil aa-l Ti-iinii,-ii ami Memphis
ami l.ouivill lUilroa l at Mrinplil., ati-l with tlm
HI. Krant'ls, Wliltw ami Arkaii.ni riser psckcl at
Ihosatiio placr. Ti.u
VIckMbiirg 1'at'kvlN
Will mskasnnaix'tlnn. olio, with tlir Arkan.n
thi-r pm-krli at .Nlwn with Houthrrn Hall- I
rral ati-l Yaioo river an. I .NVw Orlraa puckt't. at I
K'Kuurh'.
w OrlvuiiM Pas'ki'f n,
MaklDK all way landing., ilrpart Irl-wcekly.
One of the Above Stonmers will
Leave Cairo for SI, Louis Daily
Conmi'tiiiir thorn with all tho lUllrnvl running
out ot M. imw. ana with thu Mimourl rlvrr ana
upl-vr Ml.n.ipl acVt't.
I'll AS. It. KYI.l-:. Tick Amnt
oi'iKi:
SHi.'J.M I'lillllpaVHiiiiimolli iTharPMisit
C.IHO, II.M.N'UIV,
Whrrn thrjuirh tioki't in.iy - procun-il fur all
point. Kant, Writ, .North nn l roiith, rra.'lieil ly
Ihtfulmtii line in through contioction nu.lo t.y
Ihi'ln.
WILLIAM nuAJST,
(lonornl Ticket Airnt.rU. l.ouis, Mn.
Nov.2i,ls;u-.f
ItAILKOAOS.
QUICKEST ItOIITK FKO.H
tiii-: .SOUTH,
IlllHOIS CEKTRU 1 1
Ht. I.otila, I.oiilHVlllc.l'liifliiiuitl
C'!ilc4iK, Xew Yurk. Iloahsu
...tvi in
Points KiimI and Xortli
I'aaarnKcr Trittna Arilr at iiinl li-nta
S'nlro a follntiai
-Slnll ICtiir...
AiililVr-aiiiii A. w, ,a,-ju i. ji
UKI'AUT-aiua A. .Si man I'. !t
Ublli Irani ei.nnii'l at I Viurli.i illi IrnuiuMi Hi
MAM
I'ann, lltcnliir, Illooniliiuloii, i:i I'nmi
l.n Nnllr, .lleiulotn, l-'ru porl, linlviut,
I it It it ( il ami all point. In lllliiol,,
.tla.illirl, .Sllititrsiiln, WUi'oiialll ami
lowili
Ami wllh linxatliiinlii Ri.t ami UV.t for
SI. lAHlis, .Sllliim'lll'Iil, lilllllsVllll', fill'
Itiiiatl, liullutiiipnlN A (Vlmiiliii,
An. I at Ohli-4(n wiih M . u-.tii IV ml, Mi.'ln.
HoiUii. . n, j-1 I'iik .hi,:. tn .uyim
to i Ii. i:ii Uuilnud lor
HKTItOIT. M.U1AIU KAI.lJ
lf.KVi:i.'!f, I llil,
I'll.N lltl, ril I I'Al.ll,
Al.llAN'V. M:V.' ViilfK,
mcTii.N, rrn-iti in.,
rllll.AI'KI.I'lllA, HM.rlMllHK,
W.VIIIM.ON I IV. aul
ALL POINTS EAST.
H
Kor Hiriitiith tiel.it aii-l nifurimitioii, upply
ai llllliuip i.ruuai itnilTii.nl l-l-LM,i.
W. I. JOll.SriUN,
IIdiii.ikI l'aitiiK.r Axi'lil, l.'hlviia
M. II 110H ITT, llvmiral HiiiH-riotuiMi-nl.
J, JOIl.NaU.N, Ant. CUro.
(J1MI1XUFIF.LO tV II.LI.VOIN
IO HOIJTIl llANTKSt.V
Ou nnd after TliiirIiir, April 1.11 It
trains villi run its folio i :
uoiusui'tastr-im'! "rauouitu.
Mail .w.
Kipre. Ill" r, u.
ooitu Minriiwr.r im s i-tst,
Kxpri ss 6i' . .
Mall . 1:1!! .
MakinKilose foiiiu'itiou, at I'aui tilth Illinois
Central II. It. for Cain ami all point uutli, anj
ti ltd tlio
111. I, a ct. 1. 1 ; n, i, iur liwu'i.ilii
Rll-I
Aim,
ati-l l.oilisrille, uuil all point At an-l .oullii.i.t.
Alll. n. Ul'l IIIIIVI. ll .11' II M
H i .inn II. II. for Uillnrv atel all liointu act. anil
at niirin.-noM viiiii uie iuiri, tia-tun a
ulttitha Chli'iiKoA St. l.ouis li. It. lor St. l.ouis
oii.l Ctiicah'-i, unilull point iiouh nu.l i.Dttliwe.U
K. liOLHiK, titii'l Supt.
JOHN KDtKHTT.den'lTieket Aut.
a rittf
pOSTKKI,
HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS
Ami all Umla
tiKOAI. AND 'OMMKH('lAI. JOB
fKlMI.HU
l'erfonnul at tlio OAIBO IIUM.BT1.N OFFICE
(Ally, quickly un I cheaply.
STOVES.
JJBV
the mi &nd mm
Wood Cook Stovo
Has the Patent Flro Ilottom
WAItUANTEI) XOT TO CRACK.
I'orH.ilo Ly
Beerwart, Orth & Co.
130 CfMiimcrclnl Avenuo,
Cairo, - - Xllixxolsa
se.l!l.
J n. PlIILLIP.SskCO.,
Wticcf ors to K. II. HcnJrlcks 1 Co.J
FORWARDING
Coininisrion Merchants
,.an..,
PROPRIETORS,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
I.in:RAI. ADVANt'EN BtADi: OJi U5f.
NIGNMK!fTN.
JMrn prfpsrcl to rwel Mnra an. I fircai.l
frtittlit In all ixiluK, nn-t bur an. I HI on com.
tiUMlon.
UMlon.
RO-llii.lnealtvn.lrd to with protnitur,i.
jNO. II. PIIIIXIN,
ISuccos.orlo 1'ntk.rA I'hUll,.)
ur.sr.nAU
COMMISSION
T
Anil II. alf r In
Flour, IHi'iil, liny, Corn, OMh,
Ilrim.
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Z. I . Mnttiil.,.
JJATHIWH
K. C. Ut
V UIIL,
FLOUR
.AMI
Commission Merchants
135 Ohio Levee, C'A IUO, ILLINOIS.
Hl-ecialatlfntlnuttlrt'ii to llm purchaaa aail sal
F'JLOUR cfe GRAIN
It. W. Minsk,
PniT, ftsaaa
M'
iM.i:ie a i"
I COMMISSION
AM 1
Forwarding Merchants
iru:its in
I'l.ri8,OK,OATS,IIAV,
ZSto., Bto
Xo. 58 Ohio Twee
AIKO, I I.LI. VOLS.
ir.ti::c::iM
PKAI.KII I.N
Bar Fixtures,
(Jli.VSSWAKi: und HOUSE FUUHsSlI
l.NU (JOODS,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cairo, IHIuoIm. '
Ri:aiy-maiu CI.OTIII.VU.
I. WAIDEE
COU. 6TU ST. k OHIO X,T,
Cairo, - - - Illinois
BHDI-WDiWIIIlllG
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Orer;
that ail
r'err ddf npt oa', 8lfh yill m aaljM irlca
Mill not tall loatut all purchasers. IVrtact
atsxuarnntaeil.
ilu stock or
Shirts, Hits top, 'I.,
Knot oxcslloil la Mint of pnc, ,tU M iMtso
I'll in this or any olksr nnifkot.

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