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THH O-AIIRO BUT iT t"F1TI 1ST, APBIL 7
Sidney and St. John
f'U A'Ti MVri'Fll'P A fTf WWII
UJUl.U S Jls J.JJJill 111 ill Ull 1
I'on-nlltiu nf MagnlDuent lllustrkllousol
Art, Science and Humor.
Uniitped In the World for Extent, Variety
PAMTA THAU MAT A KASROU,
Vt'itli I In- uv of tb finest Instruments r con
structed. Athenenm, Saturday Evia April Stb,
A'tml.lon. .V) cent) Cliildrra under 12 yan.
vi cents, dee Small Dills.)
Wtu. H,.Myer, Joe. H, Cai.son
J MO. If. CANNOX St CO.
iii9C(.i to K. G. Turn ce.,
WMOlKIAta NIUH IS
STR W L SILK MILLINERY
502 X. 4th HI., for. St. Ckarlea,
nr.- U.H. Espi Office, NT. LCIS.
Ordr will r?elre f tempt and careful atlen.
YrATKRN, TODf CO.
Importer. end JiMif,f
409 H. FOURTH STREET,
llftt.kl.:! limn full .loitiaenl of L.tuou.
lunkMe xo'.ds, which will ke told t tl IovmI
it.iikii pner. itut .oiM-na aua im.mriT
'1ITV ftllOK MTOMF.
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
SOLr. AOKNCY rOK
CoiMiaierrlal Aveass Cora.r fKlghla.
HIMJIUKIUTS and Nil
CAIRO' AND NAsITviTlK
T f ,
-r.A i..mr !af Celri
, ili .aji toJ at Hi b'.ur below.nsrue.1
1 A LISM.VN, Every Monday at 6 p.m.;
TYRON K, Every Thursday, : 6 p.m.;
I.UMSDKN, Every Saturday, at 3 p.m.
I r I'lelsM or l'kvr nfl jr on lioartl, or lo
HIGGS iV MALLORY,
.iaWTtifJ tt OHIO l.KVKE.
CAIRO AND PAOUCAH.
Tl.f !uttfal and lUht draught sLsiner
JAMES FISK- ,TR
UOKHKY MEBltKV ...Hulir.
I.tes Cairo dlly r.tip.rri., asd pada'st. dally
.to a.m. Hklng superior aeeoiiiiaodstion .tie
oliril. puWio puromjr.
A WAIMil MAat, M. .. Pbysl
J.X., clnn, Surgeon and Accoucheur, (or
inerly ol Aunt, I'oloo Co., Illinoli, bu perma
nent!) located in city. QPF1CK Commerclrl
AieMU. Iwtvrsea Ith nl Mi ,ctrM-(k Wri(Ut.
W. ILN1!(U, M. D. Kt.
IDr.SCE-Coni.r Mnln and W.lnnt
i)KFICK-Cornr Blxth Strrei mi-1 Ohio I.t
qVh'lCK IIUURH-Frcu 9 i.m. to IS m., aJ
Itr.iIDRNUB-fio. 21, Thirteenth r
e(w.nVVMlilDgton Avfnu. and Walnut 6lret
OFKCK'-lvn Comtccial A'mwr, "I lrir
WAKD.MEU, M. D., Cuir
nrIDEXCK-Cornr ol Ninl.uth at.,
kqiI WaihUton art. OFKICE n Coinm.rclal
av.rnrr th 1'o.tomu.. Ur'riCK OllKiJ
from 13 m to li ni., (Kiiidaji rxcrnud and
uom i to s p m.
K.HRIGUAN, M. D.
OMcf, ISO Coamerclal Atcnm.
OameeUoMra, Hlu 10 n.aa , I loVp.w.
ltiildnc,No, II, Ninth trel, Cairo III.
ATT0BNEY8 COUN8FXLOBS AT
Juka H. Malkey. CAIKW, Ill.
Canicular attf ulloa pud to llror asii admiralty
OMae Rami T fc WlaUr' MMk.
Q.RER1V V GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS AND COCNMELL0S8 AT
(VlllUrj H. (iraaa, )
rtoacial attaatioa alien to AdniraltT aad ttaara
Uale OHiabevM. Kmsss t avaA
syer Itty Naitessaa BMst,
I NEWS OF THE CITY.
I'nrtlct dctirtng to purchaie or Icatu
oti on roaionablo term can do to now
from tho owner of the Holbreok eatatc,
who can le found for a thort tima at
the office of S. S. Taylor, Cairo, III.
PIcntci are on th tapli.
Criminally faking, the city li delight
Tho Flora Garden open on Sunday
incoti tomerrow at
A couple f runaway, ynterday, and
fortunately no Injur In.
Tl.o grand Jury hare "gone for" thb
the liemi tnorute. So reit for tho wicked.
Cairo need, a llurgh and an antl-oni-
olty.to-aultuali toclcty to l(ok wfttr th
retchti who inflict u? with tumf txllofl
The civil war in Kranc ha. l-jrn In- '
Mtguratrd, and Alb Is still nnchhtitlng '
L a, .. II ...I.
"!mm ol ,mm w,ul n" n"" ",CT-
.Shaking'' Jlmrule got on the ''warpath
yesterday, and while In a lit of bravery at
tacked Mrs. GMtahan. He I lodjin
"Spring fever," or in other wurd a
fcrllngof general "playd-otitedn"" U
epidemic, and the weather l rnp'nIM
The trial of Arthur Hoylu n jrf i;r
log. Iatcrgar and Vunn for tSi dfni-,
and Albright and AlcCartnay pro-c'.i-ting.
The Catholic Church was tailed yu.ter
day morning during divine service. Tho
St. Patrick's llencvolent Soclty attn
dfrl in a xAj.
A Memphis detective li in town and
wants to "see" somebody. He tells us
that Keagan Is as good as tlcketd for the
Mr. flouton, of tho Jontiboro Qatttit
was In th city yesterday. The fruit pros
pects, he says, wero never hotter, and fruit
growers are accordingly JubiUnt
Frnnkie Wilson is the poctlcMl name of
an unpoetical character who appeared bt
for liroas yuterday on a charge nf va
grancy. She had the "ducats" ami cupnd
The "Pisk excursion o Pducah
on Tuesday is much talked aboat.
The youth and beauty of Cairo will be
Well represented that l If the youth and
beauty do experience h change of heart.
Pour white women, who have no par
ticular abiding place within therorporate
limit., were tried before Hro's yestcrday
for vagrancy, found guilty, and flntd lm
dollars each. Fines paid.
"Wnoapplya tht Grant lash in "these
parts The "IW is preparing lo flop
after a brief otnvsss of a wrek. Itisnc-
tually beginning to doubt tho loyalty of
Senator "Cbawles," as It calls Urn.
'Our Olive" doeA not like bubie over
much, but if she wcro a man and bud a
board, and knew how to appreciate, a good
thing, she would cot fall t' bo shaved at
A,l.t tprber shop, Commercial A venue,
Cairo, III. tf
It is now slated that the post office '
apartments in tho custom-house building
will not be ready for occupancy before
next Fall. CVuld an even bet bajprocured
that mall matter will be deliver! from
that building, even then?
The alarm of tire about dusk last evening
was occasioned by tho burning of a defec
tive flue in an old wooden structure on
the corner of Eighth and Walnut streets.
The engines wero promptly on the ground,
but their services were not needed,
If Charley Vfltterllng were In town re
would engago him to walk over and tum
ble down that villainous piece of sidewalk
on Commercial avenue, Just above Four
teenth street. A lew dollar's worth of re
pairs, iramediatuly applied, might save the
city another Redman suit.
Occasionally a boot and thou maker li
found who is especially good on certain
kinds of work, but Raugh Is good in all
branches of his trado, and challenges coat'
petition. He invitee a trial, and is willing
to guarantee aatlafnctlqn. lie gives good,
stock, splendid fi,t and workmanship that
is par excellence. tf
It was not considered orthodox, former
ly, to marry during Lent. Opinions have
changed, although times aro still dull, and
bow the orthodox, who wish to bu fash
ionable, must take advantage ot the few
remaining days of the season, or else
smother whatever matrimonial inclina
tions they may have until the days of
fCJtlog, praying and marrying again make
their annual round.
Tba englno of the Hibernian Fire Com
pany, while rushing along Commercial
aveaue, yesterday, In answer to the fire
alarm, struck an old counter standing on
the sidewalk and whirled it Into the street.
A boy standing behind it at the time nar
rowly escaped serious injuries. A. It w
he received a slight out over tho right
templo. Tht moral of which is to not ob
struct tht sidewalks, and for small boys to
shun obstructions whan, there is danger of
being unceremoniously knocked into eter
nity by n flro engine at full speed. ,
Pkovkswrn Midnkt and St. John
gate their Oret cntttrtainmont, the Fanta
thamatakoimoit, I ait evening to n fair au
dience. It wt auch as waa nover btforo
Jen in this city, and all who witnessed it
waro gratified in the highest degree. o
aro now ' lathfled that these gentlemen
stand at the head of their profession ; nnd
wo will vouch for it that tho most tasteful
and reflned of our community will be de
lighted with tho magnificent exhibition
they will give them on Saturday rvenlng.
We understand there will be no exhibi
tion to-night. "VVo cannot too strongly
urge the attendance of our bcH citizens
with their families on Saturday night.
PAV.tK, unusually gentlo "Sun.'' Don',t
bo rash. Now doVt. Reflect. Smother
your angry passions. Ponder. Kxcrclsc
your Judgment, and if you wilt form an
opinion and give expression to it, pray
bear In mind the Injunction of tho old
Wait ieniie(eo t.nnstreksnw.n ! sure
your right and thon gu ahead.'
Now, Cairo is to be u storm signal sta
tlon. The "Sun" originated the idea nol
of storm slgnalr, but of Cairo, and Crcb,
cruel Crubi hn ougLt i rob him
of it.JTo retlne till, cruelty ami to add to It,
thw llti.r.KTiN, thu primimncM friend and
adhoruni of storms of every kind, give
storm tignali- tliu "cold shoulder,'' but
still, we wnuM nut nllovr t.r partUHtv
' for rtoriiu anil vuriiiositi.iu"(iiiriii ale.
ul, to prevent from iull!sliirig i. Ii-t-:
tor from the n'.orm flgtial rll;cr t Col.
' Cr-1., inforinirig him that, in i-ouipllance
I with !il ruquet, Cairo hud vfu dt: lr.Mel
a ni? of th-? statlonn for thv nsn
inj; yuir. Uttt lit th thtiitnctil of
' this fact grtv too avrlotif. The credit
t dc rt;lly belong to Mr. I)avl. Now
, thi'fy. That'- a darllni; llttbi plcmlnnv
--a niro "old plum.
Dangkk Aitr.At. A slnli- pnr!i tuny
kindle flanic Unit v. Ill consumu ti city
and small ailment; neglxctl, tuny end in
fatal disorders. Ilajarlng tlilr l'urt lu mind,
1-it thu tint symptoms of debility ur ner
vous prostration l met promptly with
invigorating treatment. Foremost among
the veetuble tonies of tin- uif Miuidf
Hosteller' .Stomach Hitters, and when
ever tho vital powers seem to languish, or
there I any ruasuti to Mispucl that tho
animal functions essential to the subno
tion arid purification of the body are Im
perfectly performed this invaluable it.
vlgoratit and antiseptic .bould at oncu hi
resorted to. Indication always produces
weakness of the bodily power.. Soni"1
timet it happens that tboappotitodemundk
more food thai the MOmuch can digest;
though not more, perhaps, than l requir
ed to keep up the full strength of the
frame. The object under audi circum
stances, Is to Wiercasn the digestive capacity
of the assimilating organ, an-sts to make It
oiual to tho duty Imposed upon It by th
appetite, nnd capable nf supplying tho
ntlJinpwn(rtal of tht sysfrma fast as It
is required. This object is fully accom
plish! by the use of the Bitters. They
tone and gently stimulate tho cellular
membrane which si-cretes tho gastric Juice,
and tho result Is that the solvent is mingled
with thu food in jiufflcient quantity to
convert nil its nourishing particles Into
pure and wholesome element. If, on tho
other band, thero Is a deficiency ofdlgei
tive power, tho effect of tho tenio is to
stimulate is desire for food. In nineteen
cases ct.t of twenty, hcudnche, nnutfii, ner
vousness, fainting-fits, spasms, nnd, indeed,
mostof thecasualaohrs and pains to which
humanity 1 subjett, proceeds ptlmarily
trorn indigestion complicated with
biliousness; and for both theso complulnts
Hosteller's Stomach Hitters are recom
mended a is speedy and certain remedy,
Marhikd. Wednesday afternoon by
Rov. O. H. Foots, Mr. Wm. CHmpUll
and Mist Hardin Crane.
Wednesday evening, by the same Air
Frank Clayton Robinson nod .Mrs Celei
Rbmovai.. M. J. Cummlng wishes
to inform her customers and the public
generally that he bus removed her mil
linery goodj from her storo on Eighth
strict to tho commodious room on Com
mercial Avenue, between Seventh and
Klghth street, known as Mrs. Oswold's
old stand. Mrs. Cummlngs has added
largely to her stouk of goods, and now has
a cheap, iousonitblu and fashionable col
lection of hats, bonnets, ribbons, etc., to
which she asks tho attontlon of old and
new patrons. m;4dtt'
An Important TttUTH.The excite
ment throughout tho country, occasioned
by tho Into revolutionary movomont in
Paris, has at last spread to Cairo, nnd has
been made manifest in the anxiety of
every man of good tatto to havu his boots.
aud shoe made uy miners, yoo is tie opus
and shoo maker of the city. His shop is
on liQth struct, nearly opposite tins court
To HUILM.ll, AND AM. Til K WOKM) HX-
aiuK. W. W. Thorntou has this day re
ceived samples of Terra Cotta Ware, em
bracing Chimneys, Chimney Tops, Brack
ets, Medallions and Tiling, to which be In
vltes the attention of builder and the gent
For Sai,k. I will sell my house and lot,
situated on Washington avenue, west side,
between 4th and 6th streets, Cairo, Ills
Tho houso Is a two story frame, finished
throughout, and contains eight rooms, eon
venluntly arranged. Cistern, outhouse, etc.
Term easy. .10N glf KEHAK.
Piano, A, good second-hand piano for
sale cheap for cash at the Conservatory of
To-day, the Friday boforo F.astor, Is called
Good triday, In conmomoratlon of tho
cruclflxlon of our Lord. It has boon kept
as a dny of mourning nnd of special prayer
from a very early period by the Greek and
Roman Catholic Churches nnd in moro
modern times by the Church of Kngland.
In the Roman Catholic church the service
of this day Is very peculiar; Instead of tho
ordinary mass it consists of what is called
the mass of tho Pxcsanctitled, the sacred
heart not being consecrated on Good
Friday, but reserved from the preceding
day. The Priests nnd Attendants are
robed In black, in token of mourning; tho
altar Is stripped of It ornaments; thn kiss
of peace is omitted In detestation of tho
kiss of the traitor Judas; the Priest rccltos
a largo scries of prayers for all classes,
ranks and orders In the church and for
heretics, schismatics, pagans and Jaws.
Rut tho most itriking part of the ceremo
nial of Good Friday U the "adoration of
the cross" or ns it was called In the old
English popular vocabulary '-creeping to
thecross.'' A largo crucifix is placed
upon tho altHr In memory of the awful
uvent which tliu crucifix rcprrsonts, and
tho entlro congregation, priests unci .min
ister approach iind upon thulr luicui rtv
ircntly kiss thu Jlgurttot' our erttcltlcd
Loril. At the close of thu aurvico all tho
light are extinguished oxcept one which
for a lime (u. a ryiubol of our l.yrd'i sleuth
und burial U hidden under the nltar. In
the KpIeopnl' Church, Gool Friday Is also
eeltibrnttJ' wiili special sulemnlty, and
trlctly .Wivant high ehurch people
honor It ny n tjinnsinti of business and
ttUtlsf,rt-omjuatinghnl! klnd pfatiluial
1.. lit L'ngUnd and lieland, biiOnco
I StlMiVllll"d b Ihw.
'I its. muniifacturliig of t"lil MUtitry !s
laVoiiiing very Interesting, and thuro Uno
Oil" who would not llko pi know how nuvll
ami :ery iiiirrchatitalilo gOtxlH I? made,
thouu'h tli-rv : but :iw thut know ninth
nlouttJio;niatiiu'acturInt; of illtTeretit arti
cles; iini.Tthero aro many who tnTght know
moru'itbout each urticle tbeyfwcar If thjy
were u little moro iriauliili ve, nnd tiiuro is
no oni who is in tho munttfncturlr.g hull
lies that drni not Uko prido In "hnwiiiL,'
hit faellitle- In hk hrattidi of butltiets, nnd
th- proee'i by which tr -nrris ll on,
though let It be uvur so mud I.
Thoro uru but few know much ubout ths-
manufacturing of rlnu Jewelry and orna
mcntnl irooils. Wo eo everyday in thr
'aim p:ipcrs nf tho advantages of Cairo a
a manufncturlng point, and we thin kit ha
got great edvantages, but we do not see
the advantage of !e'ing manufacturer of
nnejewxlrv fr two or three years nnd
then surprising ourfrindhy tolllnsthem
this piHiji. of Jnwelry imwle In Cairo,
by Taber ltrc hi Ohio I.nveo. They
will ut uny time show thMr frlnd tbelr
ucillllii', ami they s-an wuteh tlio priH-eat-
by which the rugged roeks and metals are
fashiom-l Into thn fln"i orrmtuetiial pat
terns of jewelry.
TAiu:it imo.s, m ohi i.ve-v
A NN'oiuioi- Aiivtci:. All houekeep
ers know how difficult it l to keep bread
from Iolng tho moisture which makes it
so palatable when fresh, and low vexa
tlous it l to havn their otherwIu "plen
did bread" acquire the dlsagreeablx tatte
of a wooden sholf or bor. All these trou
bles can be avoided by tho purchase of
one of Mr. J. H. Fulton's fine block tin
bread boxes. Tticm boxes uro made in
sizes to suit the purchaser, and contain n
compartment for the safe keeping of
cako. Housnkneper.t who make vise of
thii bread box, consider it an lndlspensn
blxi article fur convenience and uconomy.
Vkoplk are oiten surprised when told
that such and such tlrm articles of Jewelry
were mudo In Cairo.
Why should thoy not be, If the necessa
ry patrosago is extended to warrant it ?
All who uru curious in inch things,
or havo doubts in the matter, aro invited
to experience our facilities and watch the
proce.s by which the rugged rook una
rnctals ure fashioned Into tho most orna
mental patterns of Jewolry. Call on u nt
68 Ohio Levooand wo will soon satisfy you
that wu can inako anything you may
want. TAHKR HJtOTHKRS.
Good Advick. "tiecuru tho Dbmlow
uro the substauce fail,' is gooil advice, und
those who desire, to heed It should lo-u no
tlmu iu going to Worlhlngton'a gallery
and having their pictures taken, Worth
Ington is an artUt who thrown up tho
npoiige to no outer uriiii, anil uh won;
gives general satisfaction. He copiva and
enlarges old ilagiiorietypsm, aiiibrotype
and photogruplif, muking vm loi'k aa
bright when lire' taken. C'lilldiou'4
pictures he makes i. specialty, und dcvi
tuck work In thu forenoon. Thu rooms nru
over Rockwell & Co.' book tore, on Com
mercial avenue. M'
ood News. The Cairo & Vinculums
Railroad will bo built in certain contin
gencies, but the fact is thut F.lliott $ U'O'i
thorn nfo now receiving Iheiy spring stock
of mens', women', mioses', boy.' nnd chil
dren' shoesj In every style und of nil va-
rloties. Thoro goods will be sold nt the
lowest cash pricu.
We ask all of our old and new putrous
to call and examine our stock and ascer
tain our prices, but we wish ll to be ill
tlnctly understood that wo wsnt cmA cu
tomct. No other kind need apply. The
crodit system has played put with us' and
id avoid mistake's that create ill will and
trouble wo havu conelutieu to allow no
goods to bo taken out, of the ttoro on trial t
unless they are first paid for.
CIRCUIT COURT. .
The caso of tho people vs. Henry John
son, a negro, Indicted for breaking into u
chicken house, wns terminated yestnrday.
Tho case was argued nt length, nnd given
to the Jury nt 11 n.m. They dellbcrntud
for some time and then appeared and asked
for further instructions from the. court
Ono hours' further consideration resulted
in a verdict by tho Jury of Guilty of bur
glary, nnd n sentence of ono years' Impris
onment at Juliet. Tho civil enses set for
the day were then taken up and tliposet
of without trial.
Tho case of the piophi vs. Arthur lloylo
indicted for the crlmo of stealing hogs,
was then taken up, Messrs Llnegar, Munn
and Popo appearing for the defense, and
Albright assisting the States Attornoy.
Tho selection of n Jury In this case occu
pied tho remainder of the p. m. The
opening speeches will bo made this morn
ing. This is k lively case and doubtless
will be heurd bv many of our cltlr.ens to-dny.
OF TIIK FLORA
On Sunday next, the 0th liilont, Mr. )
John I'ocs will rc-open tho Flora Garden, ,
and invites publlo patronage. As hereto
fore tho Garden will be conducted In an
orderly und respectable manner, iu that J
our best eitUoi!, with (belt- fMiiIlle', may
vj.lt It with every nisttrntice of beln tour
t'.'Otisly treatoJ, r.nd of ineetlnK no unwel
come cliAraeter.1. It will bo kept In giwd
rcptir, and ciin l obtained nl any tints
for pattle or pieiiic-, on reasonable t"rin.
Thaus11.1l refraihtnetitH will W provided,
nnd thn proprietor iord tally ttivltts the
publlo to vl.lt him. After :i o'eloek P. M.t
Ilvnberg's siring bund will be on hind nnd
ill-eotifso its .wcete.t .trains. Hp7t:t
IIOIfSF.AMI LOT rsiRStl.F.
1 will "ul. or. retssutiabb terms, my
three ltory l.vtel and gr'rery bttlldltir;, ntol
lot, lC'O.itcl mi thu Ohio l.evno, oppoaire
the Central Klevn. . This Is a very d((-,
slrablu property Kliig eloso to the tiew
tiintiuluc'.urlug establishment now Ixlng
erected In the Fourth Wurd, Mid I. par
ticularly adopted to the use of any per
son di-irinu a stand Jr ?'.lher the hotel
or grocery business. Apply, either by
letter or personally. Hi
.MICH A If I. HOURIGAX.
Thn h"iie lieretofyro occupied by Pat
rl'l; Fitrpornld, on Ohio I.oveo between
Fourth nnd Klghth streets. This house, ll
not the he-t bulni.'s liou Is, certainly
oiieofthebi;l stand In Cairo. It front
the principal stoamlat landing and l
near thn Illinois Central railroad depot.
Apply ti.xl dior nl Robert Sniytlt k CV-.
wln ltse 4rcery store.
The annual tnMlng of stockholders of
the Calr and Vlticennes It. R. will beheld
at the orllrf ol th company, in
Ciitr, 11U- on Tueday, tho 8tli of April,
11, t'r the purpof. of elec.lng Directors,
and such other1 li'istnen as mav bo ne-t
sary. J. It. LAHNP.I),
KEEP IT IIEFORE THE PEOPLE
That lVter Neff, No. "9 Ohio Invee, I
closing out his large and well-selected
stock of clothing, boots, shoe, ht, enps
trunk and valie, nt und
It is his purposj to embark moro exten
sively in tho merchant t.vilurlng nnd fur
nishing goods buslnes bene the deslro
to cloo sift the toek abovo enumerated.
t'lonlug Out Sale.
Twenty-tlve thousand dnlbiri. worth of
rendy-mado elothlut:, hat, raps, boot.,
shoos, trunks and valeses aro ofl'ered for
sitlo by P. Nefl", 70, Ohio Levee, at AC
TUAL COST PRICKS, It Mng hls;iuten
tion to close out In thai line, and s-mbnrl;
exclusively and more extensively in the
furnishing goods and merchant tailoring
This closing out Mile furnishes nn oppor
tunity tolsccuro clothing cheaper than ever
before offered In this market.
Fuksii Cuit.v .Mkai.. .V. I). Gunter
having pureJmstil and thoroughly repaired
the Feulou Corn Mill, wishes to inform
dealers and families llmt thev oiti iilsvny.
bo suimlled with thd very b.Vt urticle, bv
applylngat the mill, corner of Commercial I
" .1,. , ..vl,
avenue and I wentleth ktr..!. Give hltn a
A Pkiikklt Rknkvatok of the ayslelil
carrying otr tho vitiutud bile without tho
aid of Calomel, or any mineral medicine
Simmons' Liver Regulator U entirely veg
etable and hiirmlcsa, and ought to be taken
by every one. ninr27d5cwlw
Wantkh. $5,000 ou flvu yearr time,
for which 11 fair rate of Interest will lo
paid and a mortgagn on unincumbered
reul ostutc glvon for .ix-urity. Eniutru it
Bui.lktin Ottlce, or addicts P. (,. Drawer
1176, Cairo, Illinois. mch7,.lA.w.liii
Can Yoy Hk.lievk it. The Kxculslor
Manufaturlng Company employs io largo
aforcoof workmen, that a Charter D.ik
Stovo is mado every six minutes.
And oven with this qulcknei, the -up-
,,ply is hardly equal to the demand.
.. g ' --
Tint Urlo patent moveable point tol
plow; 0,110 extrn point jls en with e.ieh
plow. For salo only Sy
nKF.RWART, ORTII A- :0.,
sOtL LIO Coinmerelal Ave.
Iv you want a good, 'tylMi and well
fitting suit of clothes, made to order, you
must go to P. Nntl', No..7l Ohio Levee
TttK riuftr of .May, Mr . . ' 7 r
will open n grand lunch, inclu-i. g llcck
Reor. All tboso who uro disciple of King
Bacchus will parlako of her hospitality.
Old KlriK Coif was a merry old ootil i n merry nl '
foul was lie,
lie called fornH silt , Ine.illod for hl h,-r, h-
culled for lil peddler three. "
Evirv pnrtlclo of poisonous tnnttor
carried out of tho system, tho pale nnd sol
low will biicomo fresh and vigorous, by
usclng .Simmons' Liver Regulator,
Cauio CoKshuvATonv or .Mt'."ti' with '
aVprll will begin a new month. Pupils
will be received nny timo during the
Tuition from 00 to J., 00 ; or month. :
Flouh. Choice Family Flour In
half bbls., sack Ac, for sale at thnhgyp-
.Steauior Illlr.ois, Columbus,
Inmci Fisl;, Jr., l'.iduciib
.sln Jirown, St. I,oui,J
Kate Kinney, New ttrleisi'-.
, Win. Cownn,
City Cairo, Vlek.l.iipg.
St. Joe, .Memplil.
. Columbia, Ark. River.
f- Oextcr, l.oulsrlllo.
I'otoiinte, New Orlenii.
l!. II. WlUnii, Cumtolti'it
ll?lle Vrrnon, I'lttslmr-j
Kuiperor, St. laotil..
.lame 1'is!:, Jr, P.vlueiili.
Sam llrown, St. I.ouls.
Kute Kinney, l.nWvllle
City Cairo, St. I.oui-
St. Joe, St. Louis,
" Coluuibiir, bt. I. oil-.
D-'.tler, St. Louis,
' Potomac, Clneinnnll,
G. II. Wll'on. Tenne-iee River.
Hello Vernon, St. P.ttil.
The (.'oiiil"rlnnd t falling r-ip-
assji. The river ha fiillnr. otn. fit sim
syiflluslii'-ts continue' :iWat tho ijimv
ns at last report.
SiJJTiin weuth'-r eontlniie. el ir, ,md
w very warm yeMorday.
aJai-Tlm Kvansvlllu pnekol tsday is the
ijdielistop, ! I"iiv on arrival of the train.
arj,Tlo' Jollies I'isk. Jr., I III tsulnr
I'ltdueah and Cairo packet every day ox
eSfc.'.Tl'' Ohio fis tnttonnry ut Pitts
burg and Louisville, but I rWnt; at Cin
cinnati. Ml. Cant. Trover of the A. Hiker
j will miiko Cnlro his hn:.d quurlers for
somo month or two.
egU Thu Mississippi Is still declining
at thn same rale us at last report, its is
tho .Mlsiourl, which is becoming very low.
la2X. If the presont;fulrwciither ii nit
followed by frot, southern Illinois will
produce a tremendloui fruit crop this
ttsxVThu Arkansus Hello brought 100
bblf whisky, M) do hominy, 77 bbls potn
j toes for reshlpment south, We don't
I know what excuse to iiinlie for her fcllm
trip as the election tory we told to help
nut the Quickstep won't apply every dny.
MirTho C. H. Wilson and Dexter ,
brought tows ofco.it. Tho former goes up '
tho Tennesseo river to get a tow of 5
b.irgn.s of iron ore for Cannelton, and the
Halter proceed, to St. Louts,
o"tnnrllo '1'' .vs thtst Given
H.igey say that Mill Reed says that
-',",rll 1:v"' w'" bo ottgiigod lor a week
or,t)k0.1" l'w .l??? ,mil,u;s w,,,cI' ,,nn
ur n nn Joko or M Is. Ask Capt. Dor
., ",, , ... , , , '
Smedley of tho Jus. I'ik ubout it.
terl'Iantorj along llio river banks are
moro cheerful ut tho prospect of nn early
releaio from tho flood by which they have
so long I'ccn .urroiiniicu. rrcparations
are uctlvu for eiilllvutlng a largo crop of
cotton and corn, und orders lor supplies,
which ii'ivo for tome lime past hnvo been l
Imld huck bv the oveillow. uro iiuw mold- 1
ly coming forward. Tho weather sinci I
our Kin report is is own cioar, wunu miiu
pleasant. 'lliouMniu wcro nut aU&un.liiy
uftcrnooti, and tho bluir wore crowded
wltlnni'c.tiitor., drawn to die river Kinks
to Inw und Ailmlro tho riiud panorama
atrordedbyour mighty river as It flows
peacefully iu front of our city.
.It, .iirn i.
iiO OHIO LEVEL,
privet, Xil 'xsotasi.
'I ill. DAVIS YRlltlC.Vl, PREt '
Tin- Cotitplolcsl, SlinpleU hmllte
Snwliu .Mueliine In (Nr.
Cor, St. &WashingbQ Ave
, ink,,, ,n Atumie Mates. iThn.iMms, am Ual
ni . . .1. . Illlll ........
! l.iti,n. inffii Iher .''.i'Mif atl 'ntfipr. 1
pitcMci ili-in cm i' Kiipplti-.
Itm-Ter U'.on say kind 01 erk, ll lisspte,
"i-t r; ! vt fw ttr,iij; firttt.-, i n'l'lO rortlcali
fan ri'ii 11 to f.,n mit esm ami tn siittl wr
nrr. wnwoi't. iiiMice of Htueii r ti iismu.
loiiun -wu t,i.,,.. IMI,, , ; mr, f, pirfrlt,in
h,i ..11,. ,., mi 1 1 i.r ;t o, il.InK for fanilll
"hi.i.i.,vr'.lywi I !'(t,n'fa,.lyai iiftorem
ii,m. ti mri lliini.r I, .Yr i,.n , ul ..e ami iIiiI.thh
f.uly iiiiii,i (itisthA
J 't-rere pn-iVi..i
I . IT CI- f'
t i:st 1
I Am iff) LUMBER
2-'ttvctn Cominurcial ami Wash
AsioiitK for Itos !i itiief Pupcr
l.'iN:iaiiNSIisiiiiiltir Fsll hhs!
I1.V. .Cohn'M lUsx.Vssis sI Ksiss.
iiiifuUmva :t ti.iiir. - s if 1
RtlOTS .M Mfllfs. iK u
J (.K,Ka: STi:i.ii:ti .mi:
Cor. slit SI. mid Ciiiniiii'i eml n..
;.v i':i3: ir,::iev iioii:
.liMi'i ltir..SiranTusvr. iiiti fclll
1 11 1 Workiun. : ,1
l.idia-'S'id Cliltilien' Htlr fif sndfiluiLiioontd
iti.tr at cut- tlispuf
AT Til Kits OWN HOMJs".
i.enilcmrn'a Wli,keranl Ustr Djd lnn!ni
1' niiiiiier and ..ili-fm-i iisuautili'iHl.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
II A 11.1'. Y, "
Tin nnd Ilullntr Waru, Clothe WrisigrrH
Tnllcl Ware, (.'.ml Hudi, Ffm "
Shovels Air Grate,
Tin, line, Copper and Mm
V71T -V XV. 33.
No. 166 Washington Ave
Uaitllne, iliiltrrlui; hisiI all Islsuts ol
lull Worts lloisv nl htiurlrkl .ollc.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
I li SHOE MAKER
Rehieen IVnslilnglon A vs .V Poplar St
llouUaiiit Nlui.k Uulu u (lute, t'tuv
'vjuiioiuviiii 1 11 Ol I UlllCU.
PAINTS' OILS, rrc.
U K 1'urker 11. .H.k!k
pARKFali Kl. VKi:.
WHITE LEAD. Mt, OILS
Window Gtassi and Pally.
Hruslies, Wall I'aji.r. Wlsacws KM
95 OHIO 4aEYEKA
OaivQ ' - Illinoft