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THE CXJGIRO- B-TJXiXiBlsr, DECEMBER 5.
TO OF THE HT7.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
JUssr ITIwe Table.
On and after 12:30, p.m., Sunday, Deo.
iu, th followto: Urn table will govern
the arrival and dtpartme f passenger
train at Calm:
Mall trxln U-av(!at 3A0 a.m.
Kiprees, ' " at 3:30 p.m.
St. Louis Mid Cairo Express
leavetat 1:20 a.iu.
A(.ommodtlcn leave at...l!i:30 p.m.
Mall arrive.... 2:05 a.m.
Kiprcst, arrives 12:24 p.m.
.St. LouU and Cairo Kspress
arrlvei 4:45 p.m.
Thfl lait named train leave St. Iwli at
10:30 a.m. Trador can leave, Cnlro at 1:20
a,tu roach St. LouU at :'Ji a. in., remain
n the city tbreo houri, and return to
Cairo at :T p.m., the same day.
Tin 12:30 accommodation and Cairo and
St. LouU eipres leave duly; all other
Ir-ava dally ozaept Sundays."
cntf Hpt., Cairo.
TilK two-tory framo building that
for in i suoh a conspicuous object in tho
middle of Washington avenue, ii destined
to occupy the lot on the corner of Nine
teenth inn! Poplar street. It in tho prop
erty of Mr. Mlko Mahoney.
.. .- m '
VVANTKD iMMKDtATBLV. MX) Wood
choppers to cut wood on tho linn of tho St.
LouU & Iron Mountain rnllroad. Half
furo ticket furnished at the ticket officii in
.St. LouU. Wages SI 20 per cord. Apply
Ht the variou woodynid, or to
novOOtf. II. J. DEAL, Charleston, Mo.
Tub hubbub on Eighth itrcet, ahortly af
ter dinner to-day, wa "much ado about
nothing" but a light between tlx "old
Washerwoman" and her husband. Que
tlons evolved by tho pending European
war formod the subject of the differ neo.
tin AXD SkK tbc Surprise store on tho
orner of Sltlh street and Washington
aTma, Cairo, IllincU. tf
Koa Sal.. The undersigned being do'
slrous to engage in sotnu other btisincu,
hereby offer for sale all tho furnltuia nnd
fixture in the Central houso on 0th it.,
at private ale. 1'artte wiihing to engaga
in holxl business, call on tho prumUe.
(1c3dilw JOHKl'H JlltUSS.
Cohutt Court, for county buinss,con-
- reaea to-day, In regular session. It will
fifokaMy remain in session during the an-
Msu. Sake and Mr. Green liaveatarte
a dry good store in Benton. Missouri, un
der the Irm name of Kikes & Oreen, and
art driving a number one builni-st. And
BOCK W II bat. Choice Huckwhtat
flour, for sale in quantities to suit parens-
era, at the Igyptian mills corner of 20th
treet and Ohio Levee, Cairo IllinoU.
A rtaocioi'ii now tel.ed n little child
from its s;iit on the ildewnlk, near tho cor
ner of Nineteenth nnd I'oplnr streets on
.Saturday ovenlng, nnd runaway with it In
her mouth. The rnvenous, bout would
have torn tho child to piece but for tho
prompt Interference of a servant girl.
Why is It that hogs arc permitted to
roam our streets at will? They are a great
Tiik soioku stuck of tho town pump that
ha, during the past four year, Mood at
tho head of Tenth street as an .advertise
ment of one of Cairo's imM serious beset,
rnont, was blown down about ono o'clock
to-day, and will, in the future, be of no use
a a smoka staci.
A men, women, children, horseiudrnys,
oxen and dog are pasting tho foot of Tenth
street every minute of the day, It is to hn
wondered at that nobody was hurt.
Wiir is it that the Democracy of (Jul
latin county do not ostablish a prosi at
Slmwiicotown 1 Tho Mereuty doo.s not
posies h single fonturo tlmt commends It
to tho-pfttron.igo of Democrat, yt it owes
its oxlstenco to Democratic support.
Democrats control tho county printing','
and tho bulk of tho commercial printing
not only In .Gallutln county, but in the
countie tdioininc enough to sunnort
good Democratic newspaper, handsomely
Why do they not, tlion, establish a paper
that will not only reflect the political sen
timent of tho majority, but credit upon
tne people generally?
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The blghjwlnd that prevailed lajt flight
did no soriou damage that we have beard
of, It wa left to tho milder wind of tc-day
to disarrange things. W o refer clsowhero
to tho destruction of a large framo build
Ing, the property of Mr. Thorntjn, and
to tho toppling over of tho Tenth street
pump stack, the property of tho city. Both
riven have been lashed iato tho "wildest
fury" during tho day, rendering forrypriv
ileges most decidedly prccaeioui. Tho
steumer A. Duker and tho Cairo ferryboat
weru compelled to lie tip to await a mbsi
dence of wind nnd wave, and a number of
Missouri folk wero compelled to protract
their stay in tho city beyond tho time in-
tended, for the samo reason.
Tine Ckktrai. JUiat Makkbt.
Messrs. Fred Kuchler Sc '.Co- of the Cen
trrsl Meat Market, dcslrc.it understood that
they keep nil kinds of meat, beef, pork,
mutton, lamb nnd yoal j that they buy and
slaughter tho best and fattest animals
brought to this market; dres and servo
out tho meats in a noat and cleanly man
ner, and ileal with everybody fairly and
Market baskets of customers delivered
free of charge to any part of tho city.
Fresh samsgo on siilo every morning'
lluy your meats, then, at the.Contrjs
Meat Market, near tho corner of Tenth
street, on Washington avenue.
Tillage of Santa Fe, on the
road hence to Thebes, boast of three dry
jrood store and no drinking saloon. The
'enthnaat of the community Is said to bo
Hostile to too, sale of liquor in leis quantl-
tie than a quart.
Tttoaa who u spectacles, can have do
graatar eomfort than a perfect pair; uch
can be procured from our wall known
gnt,Taber Bros, Ohio Levee Calro.llU.,
bo ara solo agent in this place for Laa-
araa Morris' perfected spectacle.
Ma. IK'bnitt will remain at his roams
corner of 3th st. and Commercial avenuo
for only two week longer. Wo adviie
all who desire to Uke advantage of hi stay
here U call on him at once, Tho speci
mens of his work on exhibition at hU rooms
show him to be an artist of merit, and his
ability to please can bo proved by any one
who baa given him an apport unity to try
hi skill. nov30tf
Vaar valuable on Plantation a a fr.
veollve for Fever, Chills, etc. .Simmons
Liver Regulator will keep the band
healthy, to they may lose no valuaule
time during tie busy slrkly season.
Th Latxst Fsibnomixon Is a tuld
without sediment and without bad smell,
that renew tho youthful honor of tho
head, however time may have blanched
them, repeating tha hue of nature to a
shade. This marvel of science I Vhalon'
Vltalla, or .Salvntlon for the hair. It
Sold by all druggists and fancv good
Who Uhih Misiilxk'h Rittkbs. Phy
sicians uso it In their practice, bccauio of
Its salutary effect upon their patients;
business men use It becauto thoy require a
sound physique and clear Intellect; aeden
tary pcoplo uso, 11 because It fort! lie them
against complaint which result, from a
duggiih condition of tha bodily funotloni,
produced by an Inactive life; traveler uso
it because it protect thorn against epidem
ic nnd endemic dueaaes; clergymen, con
gressmen, lawyers, editors, teachers and
student use it, because it impart freb,
force to mind and body, and preserves
health and (strength against decay; tha
working claasot uso it, because it support
the body which would otherwise suffer Ir
reparable injury from excessive labor,!
families use It, because it 1 a certain rem
edy for a multitude of common complaints)
iverybrdy use It, because it is a safe;
agreeable and efficacious tonic and stimu
tho present pollco forco Is not sufficiently
strong to bring tho offendor to Justice, lit
our olty council authorise tho appointment
of "specials" a hundred of them If nocos
ary. Our citizens will ihouldor tho ox
pens osMorfully. x
i i in
HXLED AND wOUNDED.
A Btossdy Affair In Units-.
The reddent tn and about tho neigh
boring village of) Unity, were thrown into
a' high state' of excitement on Saturday
evening, by the instant killing of a man
by the name 'of Oiler, and the serious
wounding of anothor man by tho muuo
Tho facta as datallod to us aro about n
follows: White and Oiler had Involved
themselves in a qnarrol with other parlies
and were in tho act of resorting to vio
lent moasu res when constable Holden an
poured on tbc ground nnd comtnutidod tho
peace. No attention was paid to tho com
mand, and tho constable toeing that
prompt intorferenco was necessary called
upon a bystander (whose namo wo could
notlesufi) to assist him in enforcing good
order. -No sooner had the bystander been
thu designated than Whito nnd Oiler at
tacked him. but before thev could scl.u
hold of hi person, ho drew hi revolver,
kilted Oiler on tho spot, and 11 red a bullet
into Wkito's breast which muv or mav not
work a fatal termination. .
Whitn and Oiler, wo are informed, wero
rather quarrelsomo men, and, when under
the Influence of liquor wpro considered
We shall, perhaps, bo further ndvlscd In
the premises, to-morrow.
To tiieLadikh of CAtno.-Fowler's Im
proved Model, or "Dross cutting mndo
Jlasy," with plain instruction, can bo
learned in a few minutes, by calling on
Mr. B. V. Ulnrk, cornor Poplar and 19th
street. Patterns cut to lit tho form iot
25 cent. nov30dlw
CtiARTKit Oak Cooking Staves mid
Kvcnlng Star heating stoves tho best in
uso for sale by O. W. Henderson, 100
Commercial Avenue. See advertisement.
For Oae Sight Only.
Athena-urn, Tuesday evening, Docember
0th. Freo lecture and a present to all.
Dr. W. Clark of Philadelphia will bo pres.
nt. r . dccCd2t
Petrk token u4 Previa Ion lira Urn.
Wood & Hoylc, No. 135 Ohio Lovec,
have engaged in the pork packing nnd
provision business, and are prepared to
pay tho highest; market prlco tn cash for
dres sod and livo hog, or to till order In
their lino at the lowest figures ruling.
Farmer of tho surrounding country hav
ing pork to sell should call on them before
making contract elsewhere.
Charleston Courier copy 4w and
harg this offlcj." nov2 ldw2w
Br tag in Time. Thi bost buildings
will burn from unknown or unavoidable
causes. Seo that you nro insured before it
Is too late.
Our aro all gilt edged companies.
nov28d2 w C. N. II UOIIF.S Agent.
Fresh Uiiltimore oysters served Iniy
style ciesirca, can bo obtained, nt any nour
of tho day or night nt Loul Herbert'
restaurant. Also oysters for sale by the
can, tn any quantity desired, at tho same
Juii.vPktrik'r Nkw Mkat Makkkt
Hcsldent of thu neighborhood of Four
teenth street nnd Washington nvonuo will
o glad to loarn that John Petrlc, one of
the oldast una most successful butchers, has
opened n now meat shop In tho Illimkcn-
burg building, whero all kinds of fresh
meats, heel, pork mutton, vcnl Intnb, ven
lion, sausage, etc., of tho bost quality can
nlwnys bo had in quantities to suit pur
chasers. Ciistomors may send their chil
dren and any kind of meat called for will
be furnished, full weight and at tho rates
ruling tho market. lVtrlo asks n share of
patronage, nnd will guarnntco full satis-
faction In every Instance. Dec t! I m
TB Sthkkt Laui-s. Prsons Inlet
atttd in anv emission or ncelect of th
city street lamps, are requested to repfl
to the Committee on Streets, whose duty
it iato Investigate and report all dcrllfto
lions. D. AIITKK, Chairman.
Tub editor of the Mound City Jmtrnal
complains of the non-arrlval of Taix Bvi.-
LETi.v says he has not received a conr du
ring tho past two weeks. Whv is thla?
The paper Is mailed to the Jtmrmml In a
packago with others addressed to ourrscu-
Jar subscribow, and unless lit wbolo pack
iff e failed to arrlvo, the Jrnnl'j, copy
oould not havo foiled.
Cotilmok PATr. The public are in-
vltad to participate in a ball to be given at
Mr. Smith' rasidenoe, corner of Lovoo
and Thirty-fourth streets to-morrow,
(Tuesday! ovanlng. Good music, will bo
provide and a pleasant tifeit Insured to
an won saay attenu. iiecoint
Tub Wufig Man'a DramaUo assoclaTTon
will give an entortalnmen in tha Athe
aeum on Friday evening next, and devote
the net proceeds to tho relief jof the sick
and woaniad French and QersaAn.soldiers,
An attractive programmi kaji aaen decided
upon one that abound lit funnyisms,
A rsw hogsheads of tobacco wero told
la LonUvllle on Saturday, common to old
stood lug commanding from lo 95 to ia M);
low to medium leaf from 75 to $12 HO
hria-ht wravners tSO.
Tho tobacco season will open in this city
in a few day, due notice of which will bo
jlven through Trk Hullbtik.
NotNbw. The CbarlerJOak Stove
Were introduced to the puplte twenty year
ago and thedemand for them has increased
with each succeeding year. The Excelsior
Manufacturing Company I now prepared
to supply, In any quanlty, those who need
a good atove.
. ' Dec.od&wlt.
D. Lambxkt, Ohio Loveo, between
Klgathand Tenth streets, hu enlarged
and InfproVfd hU (having and hair-cutting
and U prepared o (have customers in
first clasi style.
Clean towels, sharp raxor and courteous
attontlon aro among the attractions of tho
Oaibo Babbbl Factory. Forty-flve
gallon lard tierces $1 80; pork barrels
fl 60; tierce wlthtwo iron hoop $2 00;
whisky barrel, full, bound, Iron hoop
92 25; dry bacon and ham.tierces, 26 Inch
koof, vry.tout,$l 40; beer keg, 8 gal
lons, 2 40; 4 gall $2 00; half barrel
$3 00; brrli3 75. Whisky half barrels
and kegs of all kinds, Iron bound.
dec6d6t J. W. 8TKKLK.
Flour Choice FauilIyFlour in bbls,
half bbl., lacks, kc for.a!e at tneKgyp
tlan Mill. r
Tiitcditur of thu Comm
Is much elated over tho prospects of hfa
littlo burg. Ho say that tho Commerce,
Little Hock and Texas railroad wlrftoon
bo put under contract, and negotiation
are already pending for thu purchaso of
tho Iron and rolling Uck. This Isn't
half. General Surrell. who communicated
thu above fact to the editor remarked, in
a sort ifJ"He.made.the-star-nlso" manner,
that abridge would be built aero- tho
(Jrand Chain, at Commerce, which would
be iisi1 by Jm c. than sevon roads ru a
crossing, llelngthus nssured of the pres.
onco of three mort road than his fancy
had ever pictured, tho tidltor of tho
patch has a perfect right to Jubilate and to
"leei good nil over." Hoo-rav !
Skvk.sth PaulohJosokut. Tho sev
enth parlor concert will be held Tuesday
uvuning, the 0th Instant, In the residence
of Huv. O. H. Foote, Kighth street, bo
tweon Washington avenue and Wnlnut
trcct. Tho following Is
1. Overture Orchestra
ring: "Kathleen Muvourneen."
n ocal Duet
4. ''Heart IJowed Down," Kohemlau (iirl
o. Instrumental Piano
Heading by '. , Morris, Ksq.
.!'"A)l,ct Cornet and Piano.
J.-Quartctto : "Tho Day is Past, let Night
ho irav." n
.'I. Solo: "Iovo's Hcuuest ,'.'.
4. IiMtruiiientMl !:.,,.
6. Solo, vocnl '
fi. Trio: "Saneta Maria." !.'.'.'.""
Tuk dark-browed seignior of tho Cairo
Sun Is much exercised oror the fact that in
the Democratic countv of Alexander the
"public printing" U given to the Demo
If tho "telgn lor" is an honest man, whv
didn't he Ull his readers whv the county
printing wa given to tho Democratic Hvif.
A.BTXX7 Why didn't ho sy that Tin:
JIutijrrix'M bld.fortho printing was quito
finf hundred per tent cheaper than the l!U
of the Cairo Sun; thnt;Tlll Dt'LLKTl.vis
printing eossniy uianKs lor 91 00 per
quire for which the editor of the Cairo Shu
demauded 93 50 per quire 7
Radical authorities nevor permit Demo
cratic paper to compete for county print
ing; anltt is qullo an unusual thing fur
Democratlo authorities to drive Demo
cratic paper into tich a competition. Tiik
Hui.Lktin, liowbver, ico ubjected to such
i-ompctllioii, nnd does the printing of Al
exttOjder county, not becauo it is n Demo
cratic paper, but beciuse Its bid wa lower
than that of tho great KtuMcnl prlntlm:
liousoof Culver, Pogo & Hoyne, and quite
100 percent lower than that of tho Radi
cal printing concern on tho Ohio loveo. In
view of theso facts tho bluster about "men-
sipoiies," "iiigli price1 '-wronged tax-
puyori," ot., M .hypocritical dishonor.
Card jf Thanks.
I desire, in thi public manner, to express
my obligation to tho Germanla Llfo In
surance company, ot New Yerk, for the
prompt payment' of $1000 on the life of
rnydeeeised husband; and also to express
tnytbank to the agent of said company,
Mr. R. V. IloUnor, for hi very kind and I
.it 1 ... . . 1
ooiizing. a warmons, venoerea ireeiy anu
cheerfully in procuring for me tho abovo
mount. I would, therefore, most cor
dially recommend the Gcrmnnla company,
which Mr. Rclzner o efficiently repre
sents, as worthy of tho patronngo of all
who desire safe and satisfactory Life Irtur
ance. Mkc. JOSF.PH IN K WI LLI NOEIl.
Cnlro, D.c. 2. fit
Tub I'EofLE'a Mkat M ukkt. U
OaykkA Cit., PitorniKTOR. Tim meat
rnnrkot just opened hyOayernnd Co., nt
tho corner of Washington Avenue nnd
Tenth street, I just exactly such n meat
market a tho'a who know Gaynr would
expect him to establish when hu "sproads
himself." Kvorythlng is now, freshly
painted, nnd wenrs un nlr of clcnnllncs
that no ono will fail to commend.
Gayor & Co. nro nmong tho oldest nnd
most experienced butchers of the country
nnd have learned that It payilitto keep
first class meat, nnd command Urst class
custom. If cltixen would, t's cforc, se
en ro splendid frch meats, por beuf, mut
ton, veal, lamb or snusnge t ty enn al
ways una tnem in uny quantity desired at
ho People's moat market. .Iut try it.
Tiik market homo, purohaiod liv Mr. W.
W. Thornton nnd removed to the lot nr.r
hi block on Tenth street nt an exr.nc. a-
about tlteea hundred dollar in cali, wa
blown from It foundation, about 1 o'clock
to-day and, falling to the cround was
mashed into a sbapolo) mas of rubbUh
and broken lumber. A portion of tho roof
struck the side wall of Mr.T brick block
and two of th rafter were forced through
the walls, but did no daniago beyond tho
displacing of a few brick.
It wa Mr. Thornton's purpose, we
learn, to introduco machinery into the
'market house," and ungate In tho manu
facture of doors, saihes and blind. Thi
being Jtruo the lot of tho building, to
tomo extent, affects the whole community.
The Belfast U filling out bore with
Us t it about time that thero khould ba
thinning out of tho thlovw, gamblers,
confidence man and vagabond that have,
during tho past ton day, congregated In
Cairo 7 Tliey may bo seen at our (.team
boat landing, in our depot, In our saloons,
nnd on our strect cornor, Mngly, In pair
nnd by tho half doxen. They motnmor
phlxo tlieimolvoH into traveler, cltixens,
ticket agents or beggars, according to tho
demands of th occasion, and play upon
their victims with an ndriotnets begotten
of a long practice and n good knowledgo
of human nature. Their resources aro so
varied that only tho w.v "wldo awake',
stranger ean successfully guard against
them. With overcoat on arm and satchel I
in band thoy frequent the stoumboat land
ing and railroad passenger depot, and on
tho jirrival of boat or train, ploy the trav
elarT Approaching a Granger thoy will
claim'to have 'just got in;" profes an ig-
noranco or I no town, oxprcts udesiro to go
"omowhore," and manage to lead their"
intended victim into u gambling den,
whero, if they can't win, hs money a1
cards, they will steal it.
For the credit of our'eityj and in tho
namo of Its decent people, we ask that
prompt and decisive measures be adopted
to rid tho place of such an unwelcome
presence Scarcely m day passe teat we
do not hear of the fleecing of cijixen or
stranger; the succor of a confldonce game,
of a burglary or eaj of till-robbing, U
Fair and Festlral.
The Ladle of the Catholic congrega
tion will hold a Fair and Festival (Christ-
nms.wMk) In Mr. J. II. Phlllis' Hall cor
ner Tenth ttroet and tho Levco, commenc
ing Monday evening the 10th Inst., nnd
will contlnuo during tho threo succeiilvo
There will bo a varied assortment of At
tractive And fancy article to suit tho tnsto
A beautiful Album, to bo nwarded by
ballot to the MOST POPULAR YOUNG
LADY in tho city. A VERY FIN I!
NF.W PIANO which cost nvo hundred
dollars, to bo raffled t'or at ono dollar per
Nothing will be left undone to plo ite
all. Supper, fifty rent; admittance, 21
Tho public are Invited to attend.
Door open nt 7 o'clock p.m.
Doc. 2 & Tuo. F. & 1 9, 20 & 2 1 .
A 1JIUCK DWELLING IIUUSF. FOR
A two story brick residence, admirably
arrangeu, wliU large ground (4 lots), Mt
tinted on tbo cornor of Holbrook avenue
and Twenty-third street, will Imsoldon the
most reasonable terms, it is located on
high grounds, in an excellent neighbor
hood, tho grounds containing bearing fruit
trees, vines nnd choice selections of shrub
bery. It I, in short, ono of tho complctcst
ouics in the citv.
Apply to " W. U.THOMArf,
At Thomas, Green A'Alden s .
...,. And Agents of
OHIO RIVER AM KANAWHA
CHARTER OAK 8TOTE8.
"tccrssoas or AttasA Co.,
General Commission Merchant
So. Ohio Levee,
iiovlltf CAIRO, ILL.
Z 1). Msllmss. K. C. Uh
jyjATIIlJNS A DDL,
1 85 Ohio Ltite, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Special attention tiiren to the purchase ami sale
FLOUR & GRAIN
JOS4 OOAI, YARD.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREE
Mount Cnrbor, Da ueln and
Roth, Girl, I'nrenlc, Everybody, Ixiok
Hoys, girls, fathers' and mothers these
two paragraphs nro especially dedicated to
you. 1'. Snup, 102 Commercial nvcnuo
has brought on tho largest stock of toys
and ronfectlnuaries nver oponcd In Cairo,
Wu shall not attempt to enumerate. Wo
shall only say thitt tho supply embraces
everything yot invented to please, In
struct nnd entertain llttl boys and prls
Mutiy nf tho toys aro highly ornamental;
others are very curious, m all aro fully
forty per cant, cheaper Uian like iirtu lo
wore ever beforo otfered in this market.
Littlo boy and girls, even folks of mature
growth, And it Impossiblo to pass Hnuji'
establishment without stopping. Thn nt
tractions iasldu aro irresistible. And no
wonder. Think of twenty-six largo canes
of 'toys steamboats, locomotives, sol-
diers, horteA, dogs, eat, olephiintv,
loll, toy furniture toys that wnlk and
ry do everything but think nnd talk
nnimnls that howl and bark unci squeal
and bellow ball, marbles things cu
rious, things ingenious, things ornamental
nd all so cheap that anybody can xemiro
a full supply for Christmas I
Thou again there are tho confoctioas
thu largest aud best stock fover soon in
Cairo, Caudle, mint nnd gum drop,
fancy candle nnd kisses everything in j
tho candy line, ami all of tho purest qual
ity and most popular brand. Rut enough.
If you want toys and confactlon for the
holiday or any other day, there U one
.plaoa where yon can suit yourself beyond
doubt, aad that place 1 at P. Haup't 103
Commercial avenue. novUtf.
HOW TO EFFKCT A OKHTM.V A Nil I'l'K.MA
iome occupations of llfo prrllptt 10 co.tlio
D.a, tMH'ially Ihosr ytlilch aln bill liltl eirr
cl. I'rrnons nliuroutrnrl tlilsiinfaimnstplitliK
at lKly, mi'lor such clrciimntsiiivn, mUtil o
Wy 1)0 ipII rel y elisniin tlielr "Ipntnrj tii
lo) ninit fnrollicrx of a murn nctlTukimls tint
tills Is Ii V no nii-ans n rlnlr. llHliltii.il rnnttii m.
I lloats n rrry ulHtinnti. illnrrtT. .All Hit onllii-
HtJ UM'llr. ri'liltllis linilllhlily vxiirarale II,
Nolliingcau he inoro Injurious limn tlic imhiIii
unl ntaof slrrms; nM-rlenl'. Iliy nt Mrxt Ini
lulo, ainl flnntly olnio.t uirl,t IIih Ii inrln-rrn-lcrinc
llirm torpl'l llmt niorinoiis iln of
rartluuKe inrlielii)- lisle no ellwl ii"on Hikiii,
A mil l apvncni, vimitiluol ullli n ijriillr nlnnii.
IjiiI, I. t.if ii'iiircl)',Mnilarumljiualliiu 111 the halt.
nil prvporiii.ii, l iliam iniirJit'iiU. iu llcnini
tor's Moiiincli Itillors. TliU r.uiuiiu St.ini.u liii
inii;iirittr.lift ntxil liilrliuj'.inul,lilliimi i.
y r.'inuliik-friini Ii convoluii.in. all linpcll.
incuts in u IP' isi!otliriiiKii ilirin, Ncuih io
urintlvn li- this 1I4111I1I0 op.'iiillon. S'uimlin-arytinuilaiiteil"ctiilhiililridu);t-i.
lon.tlpstiim atmuilunml n lioprlcn l.y .lunn.
KUilil Inivlii-nl nifa li.ta I'tiii riirfl III a lew
(fik hy Ilic lllller.. Tn Ihumi iil.u lut llicil
all the iiH-ilmue of tlii ili'pt'tnuiry In t.1111, un
y tryilii- irrc-l-tiiM" tltnnliut met nvrrfi'iil.
Thern U n Miilli-Unt rc.uoii liy lonalipntinii
hmiMLii tin" con-tupieno nf n-ili t iry linl.lt.
Iliili li r'lllllfin. l.y aiipplyini; Ilm slijor wlileli
vtmiM utlienvUs l ilnritpil fruin en,le, will lis .
all I'K'i's nsliUllii. ayaloiu 10 prrfiirin lit i-er-
tnry fnni'lions rHul.ul) ttti-l ln-jlilifull;.
Ajceosl sspssly ass llassit,atsl tltllveresl
1st assjr stars or the Hy.
Every Load of Coal WflRhail, and rail
BV tVOI.V COAL rt'RNIir.D AT tSO
PKR CAR LOAD.
Onlrrs lert ut lit mco wlllt (lllr J immaUtM"
JAMES U0SS, PropV.
v71 !,12!l,ni.f',r c"rtr Oak, ChslUug
thai we have not nlle.l"f.rs Tm SmmMlv
almoin 1 urn navins; no iruril the aaa
ui niiuiur nioTii rounnry, wa rnall ne
eonllno nemly the entire Kircn of nur own
llshmantlo ihn proiluctioaof the m,m hoTe
nsmcil ami linpo to rill nil onlir wlth'Ut dlT.
We would CAllthn attention ofthntnalMiilpur
ehsslni;, to thnaticce.a and popularity of all ot
these Mova.No ticUcreyidcnoiiorihairlalrlaalo
merit can Ui ottered than attaUmentottha fact,
that after 18 yonrs use and being subact lo aasare
tctts In all kinds of localities, ami to tha mod
hitter nnd detorminrd opposition-that could be
Invented, that they nre to-day, the
Most l'opular Stoves In tho Market.
andtiaTacivensiich satisfaction that tne demaad
n Renter than erer.
If ) oil want In
BEST COOKMU STOVE FOR WOOD
bay tit CHARTER OAK.
if you want tho
BEST COOKING STOVE FOR COAL
.bay tha CHALLENGE.
If you want lha
Nra test Bent Sheet-Iron Parlor Stov
aserinwle, buy the EVEMNO fff.Ut.
HOLD BY ......
EXCELSIOR XANUFACTURUQ CO.
61a Ala If. XsUsa aire,
. W. HENDERJION
la asspiUlest with all sUsssle ,if
Beor. Alo. tstso..
ON OO.nfEUCIAL. AVENUE
Between XifMh and Mnth3tret,
T lhlrsly,;wh love too4 liquor, shonld (lie
him a call, and thosawho sranl a
sFRlOR AIVT CIOAB
Can have their want supplied at bis bar.
Arc Prepared to Supply Cimtoiuera
with tlip IIot (iiiallty of
Ordsr Ult at llalllday Bros. OsUce,
Wo. TO Ohio I.eve, or at tha Coal
Yard beluw tlte St. CAurlea Ho.
lei, will Heealva Pratsspl
TKS Tug Mant.iuk" will brlnx Coal alnngsid
'Kiiier. ninny hour, day or night.
i!lrii, u-l. tilth, lTii f
j -p M. WAItl, ,
DEALER IN FIREWOOD
N J'RKlMBKD TO FILL OKI) ICR H
I'minptly and sntlafaetorily. Willi the very bes
O.IK and HICKORY
Leave Orders at HtilcnN Old Stand
OK AT TIIK PONT mt K
hi'xll'l pl01i.sl' M II I
Clarlt a iitloo Until
ll ri'ilr I lit llui (.'ill
r...,iiii.uv iiiii 111.1..
oYliM'k, p'lii., Iii hll lh iKi'iilu Irons which tho
inurl.i t h iiki H.iar.lilDt cd. IlldJera ulll Hillmiit
bliU fur IIiiiJoIi. ktid also by the vnrd, either lor
i'inIi, or M'rip nt "Dri'iitH un tin. .L.lUr.
I'.irliciihri limy In obtained ut the Ihly l.'lmk'a
oltl.v. H. AIlTEIt, rliniriiian
Iee. :i, ISTil-il'U Mieel (' iirnlttt-...
rjio tiik iIiTih ! :
WILLIAM R. BURKE, M.D.
Oil t aljout thn IWh day of HeptHlnker, IMC, ii
hecitv uf NaK'Urleiins. whll.t in n'tfect heulih.
I aniioa iitonieiil. atriekvn with puudjalsor my
entire left side. Kor more tli.m tun ye .ra I win
lielhlena rrlntile. llluiMo In iiiiivo lund nr font
nnrJiind l ! y bed, Ail All I'.'Wtfrfiil and ineiol.
fill tlud leiiow fast n-toiiu(; m to health, ami ia
cusIiIImK me nxaln Ui te.niiiiP n practivn ul my
profession. I lure taken un ottlce, for the pre'
In. the ?erry House ,
Corner Comiiieiciul asemte and Kiehlh tieei
whore I will be prepared to rondor urofvnlona
ul.t (r nil u-ll.t tit.,.. ,ii.u,l nx. I - r
Tnthe minr 1
BULLETIN JOB OFFICE
lih C iiiiiileteit in Koiithem Mlinoi.
Proprietor of the
SHIIard Saloon aad Bar Room
lotS Commerclatl Ave,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois
Has fixed up a fa
Saloon and Restaurant
Au Is a
Popular Public Resort
Where, ill visitor will find laria airy room
stl piled with
nilUTKLLK A.VD PlflKOXHOLK TABLM
("omlortaUe aeala. elo., aad a bar aupphad with
Ihehe.land enolcetlsKerlieer, the purest winea
and Ililiir. elisnre, etc., to be. fulind in (Vklrn.
Kvrryliody i Intited lo call In and "cool ot.
Plenty of room freo to arerybodv.
tsistf . .
I.IFF. IK HI) R ANCE.
aid lo n' who may nuod mv nertlna-i.
will at all timeis prtserlhe, rheer-
ainar V.arn km wall
wuile Hats, will alsvavi svrlcoiue
satsy aorTleea. lire
WARDNEH. M. 1. Cnlro
REHIUEN'CK Corner of Nlneteeth alravt
Wanlilirlouaia. (JHKICE-Ou Commercial avenue.
11 a orr l'oi offica. OKKICK 1IOUKS rroni
i4.m toV.'tn (Bunday aiceptcd), and from i to
jVyJISSOlIItl UI 11 AL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
4v,Flci:Northwt Cor. rassrttt aa
Ollv atrrl. Nt. leaula.
Ana t'or. Tils . Oossststtrelal Air
Cath Capital, .
Vnnh Aaseta ovr r,
- - 67a,OOf
SHTHDK . HAKKKT, Praa't.
r. it, WAWKi GBAV. 18 ta Salle stnatt,
Chlonuo, Htato .Mauujera forllllBola.
.!!uTll,PKI' 'f0' P'cll Anl for HoutU
crti Illinois, j "
retiiiuniapatdtoanden.il ui.J br CM
ILLINOIS CEHTRU f). R.
St. t.oiiia, LotiUvillc. ClnrttiHatsV
ClilfiiKO, .New erk, Boitsa
lointM XSiiAt and Sforth
Hei.sencrr Train Arrive ml aad leave
AlllilVK-aibO A. I...M .M..ann . N
IIKI'AKT-ISlUa A. M SHOP.
Doth I ml us connect at Central! with trains oa ta
I'auS) Decalstr. laosnlasjtoai Ml Pa
s.a italic, iiicnisuia, r reapori, uaisaa,
Itubu(ue, aud all point In Illlssol.
Missouri, Mluueauia, Wlareaalu aud
And with line ruoninc East and Wart for
St. Louis, .SiriiigHeltl, Lonlrllle, Clav
clnnati, iiiuiaiiapoua sjoiaMSW.
And ! Chlenxo with Michigan Central, Mlehl.
Ka 8outhern. ami I'ltulmrg. Fort Wayne
and C'hicaao luilroada lo i
DKTKD1T, NIAOAHA f ALUM
CI.KVK1.A.1I), EsUB, '
A I. II ANV, NKW VCHK,
WAMIIir.UU.'S UIV, ID4
ALL P0JNTJ EAST,
Kor tkcoush liulcata and larorsaatloa.
at Illinois Central Hail road Iteoot.
Qeneral raaaenaor Akaat. Chkaao
M. HUOlliTT, (Weal Huprln(aiat.
J, JUIINMlN, Aireat, Cairo.
SPRINGF1EI.D sVILLII Oil
OL TUflAWTEJty e R.
On ajU atar Tstvrasla, Ayri lltk
tralaa wlilTaii as tllwt
eoiaa setrraassiwsstfra sraiaesta),
- ii - 1 1 i "ir r'limr i 'uminai.f?'' A, .
asprvea - - syQ r. at.
K i press ...-..-.u
.WW.... nij,ra e, u
H. for Cain aad sal
at 'FsU wtta IMIaol
kid. a hi.
II nolnla af anJ aoi
Alto, at Hps rswtlald with the ToM". waosab A
II aelala aesuta. aad
. is. uir jauiaiavoiia
lot raat b4 sootataa.
kid. k ht. l-t-m is. if u,w iiaquaiu
t.uur.iiir, aim ail
Wdttt ra H. K. for Qolorv aad all twiaas trees, as
with the Cklcaco 8t. Louis K. a. lor 84. Loeia
and Cblcsajo, aad al pq ip '3 y"