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THE CAIRO BTJIjIjESTIILT; iTTTIsriEJ 1
MOUND CITY AND 0AIKO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William II. .Saniujbkv.
WILL at AKB
FOUR TRIPS KVEKY DAY
CAIRO 3wnr. CITY
rvor or aiomn irarsr.
At , 7 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 P.M.
Lkavk Md. Cut,
At 8.30 A.M,
At 11.30 A.M.
At G.30 r.M.
WILL LAND. WHO HAILKD,
JIOX fACTOUT, ' IrAWTS'HtAXMI.VO.KT,
MOUTH OP CACHE, MARINP. WAYS,
ANll NAVY YARD.
CAIRO AND NASHVILLE
Ttie fo lowing steamer leave Cairn
fcU the dy and t the ho'irs below. named
TALISMAN. Kvpry,Monday ot G p.m. ;.
TYRONE, T.Tcry Thursday, at 6 p.m.;
LU.M8DKN, Kvcry Saturday, at 6 p.m.
For Freight or Pa1 apply on board, or to
MHOS & MALLOKY,
)uM1Ut M OHIO LKVr.K.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tli beautiful and lljrtit draught Header
i Leaves tairo uanv 413 p.m., Aja rm mran uauy
0 ft) a.m. Havinf saperior svcommoiUtion tie
1 uliclte publle patronage.
" Particular attention paid te rutletiu .if In.
f oice charges, but the lxt wilt not I respou-
iti Ible for tin same until collwl4.
If " v-
a hauuiiiam, nr. u., riiyni-
V fi.. clan. Surgeon and Accoucheur, lor-
stitly located in oily; .OKriOF-nnnmerelrl
l( iiaut, between sin eon vm nirrem weelllae.
.1 Riaritil.ll v
o 1 W. IHJlsJ.MXU, M. D. Kea-
HIKNCE-Corner Ninth and Walnut
FPliJK Corner With Street nj Ohio l.in
FICB HOURH-From a,m. tn II m.. anil
kI7IIiLIA.M R. MUTH.M. D
FT REHIDK.NOK-.No. 21, Thirteenth ree
tlween Waahlnftoa Avenue and Walnut Street
FF CF.--IU Cotnefelel Ate Metre
JH AHDNKK.N. D., Cairo
KElDF.NCE-Corner of Nineteenth it.,
'1 Ueahlgton ave. OmCE On Commercial
..nver in rottomeo. OFFICE OUKS
m 10 m to I rn., (Nuodaia excepted ao
m Z to S m. ' ' '
,1.1. EN. IIILKEY i
iuk.-skih lUU.INEl.LUBH AT
jlllilaaa J. Allan, J
lik aa MM I ' If ar. a. s ... a.
.mcuiat auraiioo paw to river ami admiralty
Hmmi t N Wlnlar'a Illack.
' TOBNETH AlfD COUNSELORS AT
ism B. flllbarl, I 4'
W 1 I
I', aclalattaation flranto Admiralty and Siaatn
c cm wnuna mm a, 7 aa
K OTIIKR ARtlCI.I tsflVkE VOKrUXin
II v ft. umrvMnni.ii'ui u
K It furnlihe water aaJ tlooi thVsmil'blnlr
mopping at thu aine tune.
S3 I It will do it work Ln one.fuurth of the
requliedjin tlxiiirditnrj wyl
iV i .it win no trie work; ot tne frruobinfr. uriKn.
i iat cottT¢i eiich.
f It will naTflhq price. q It.Hf.twIce a jear
O Ii It will not raiae adust,
U all Th rtiLLar (n t renlactij for 15 rent.
k h The iieailli malle ablo Iron, mil Kill lt
B-If youwjihjo nut. mop, or.clotli. to dry
ornern, remove the tin, and miert jour clulh,
1 'na hare that a.liliti.iDol ndTantage.
)eky familt:'stokh: .saloon.
ti, HOTEL AND STEAM HO AT '
SHOULD USE THEM.
prepaf l'i tifutijuli Ifiamby'aiiiKla ioiin
i, on ahort notice Adlre
WM. IIKNUV, Cairo, UN.
tl 't1'! '
HQ WASHINGTON AYENVE.
airo, : : : : IlHnois
1 Alway on handa fine ttock of
rrHF.S. CLOCKS. JEWELRY. ETC
, particular attention f It en to repurlntr. nne
1 t.at .lni.tr nf flAlil anit ftllver Hnep.
llTY SHOE STORE
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1 II ftf Bk IK mm an w
. b 1 VLJ a
l tiUliZi Aur.nui run
lawrelalAVaaaa Coraar ofKlgbth
ticultr attention raid to all order for
.P8KIRT8 and 8DQKH. WW
NEWS OP THE CITY.
Ycitcrday wai red hot.
Tho Roy. Mr. Thorapjon hat returned
(o the city.
Marshal Cain cornrncncoi hit raid on
tho dogi to-ly. Good.
FtooR. Choico Family Flour In libln
half A.t acki Sec., for alo at tho Egyp
tian Millii. au
A drunken bummer madu bclllgorent
domonstatlont againU Mr. Ike Waldcr
yoitordny evening, and was promptly gob
bled by Sheeban mid Arnold.
MlMCi'Sorgo andKldl'oliiluhoc, ncallop-
to, at tho City Hliou Store, cornor Com
Uicrcinl nvcnuo anil Eighth atrect. tf
Jack Winter recflvcd u tirciunt of a
"hog," made at thu pottery of Klrkput-
rick, at A tin a, in tokon of that gontl.
man' vtforU In tin) rntiao of hog liborty.
Ladle Serge (1'o1Mi)1kic Krent'h Kid,
foxed, at City Shoo Store, corner of Com
mercial avenue and Eighth street. tf
About uvii o'clock latt nig.bt two
negro vrenche engaged In an eye-bunging
and wool-pulling fracas on Thirtocnth
it root. No tcrloilt datnagii to either.
OoiiU' Oxford Tii-i, IVin.-o Alberta
and Opera Slipper, at thu 'City Shoo
Store," cornor of Commercial avenue and
Eighth Hired. tf
About H o'clock last night n woman
neatly droued paued up Tenth itreet to
tho loveo in a rtate of almost beatly
drunkennet. Who ho wai or whero iho
cuimo from no one know.
1',-irlicular attention in culled to the In
dict , mie and clitlJrcri'a colored iliocf,
of which u very choice and ntylith nlock
may bu found at tho City Shoe Store.
Mclialn, of tho Metropolit Timet,
called on ui Tueday uflernoon. Wo
wero too buiy to do tho "polite" with
great elaboration, and hopo Mac may call
again when wo aru leu crowded with
Kkep uooi.. letrigeratori, lea elicits
water cooler, I X I. Ico crciim freexers
bath tub, japanned cloth for window
tureen, etc., etc., at
HEERWART, OKTH & CO.'S,
mylfitf 130 Corn. Ave.
A boy numed Smith wut playing with
a loaded pittol near William'i mill on
Tueiday, and it accidently "went otf. '
The ball pas'od through tho boy' lower
lip knocking out icveral teeth and lodged
in tho roof of hit mouth. Dr. Wood
drened tho wound.
Wo understand our friend, W. F.'
Pitcher, y.K-, hat accepted the appoint-
xutnt ai General Agent of th Continental
Lifo Iniurance, of Now York. Ilia di
trict compriei the ten roatbern counties
of thii Stuto. Mr. Pitcher represent one
of tho be't Jniumnce Companies In the
country, and no doubt ho will tnuke a good
and efllcient agent, and wo with him all the
Tho absorbing topic of dUcusilon in
the atrcet yesterday was the Cairo and
Vlncoonft question. Only a few citizen
expreiaod a determination to not sign the
petition to bo preiented to tho County
Court on noxt Monday. Theie objections
are men of two or three claite", about ten
being in each clai when an overage ii
made. Tho llrst clai is composed of gen
tlemen who dciire the road to fnil because
the council has granted tho right of way
down Commercial Avcnuo on which thoy
own house. Tho ccond class Is composed
of tho incorrigiblo moM-covcred citizens
out of whoso eye full floods of tears when
over a now building is projected, and who
look upon "new-comers' as porsona'
enemic. Tho third clnsa is composed of
friends of Judge liross men who do not
reason for themselves, but follow him
as u flock of shoop follow their
bell-wether. We must not forget thero
is another class thu men who aro in tho
interest of tho Illinois Central Railroad.
Not one of them has a good wish for this
enterprise, which would bo a competing
lino ; but all of them put llross on tho
back and praiso him as a firm, bravo man.
They know that tho action of tho court
gives to tho otllcors of tho Illinois Cen
tral much gratification Unit that roud
could well afford to pay fivo thousand dol
lars ye, ton thousund dollajs to havo
tho Cairo & Vinccnnea enterprise killed,
and that tho best way to kill it is the
courso now being pursued by the County
Court of Alaxnndor county. Hut tho
great majqrity of tlto people uro in favor
of tho project, and hundreds havo already
Igncd tha potition. Let tho hall roll on,
and let us soo if tho County Court of
Alexander county shull duro to act like a
dospotic body and say to tho pooplo s "You
demand that wo shall do this ; but wo say
to you, wo will not obey you. Wo aro
not your servant, but your musters. You
obtained your ideas of government In froo
America, but we impoitcd ours with us
from despotlo Europo, and ours is the best.
Ro quiet." Lot tho ball roll on.
I do not Mow hi other burbam do,
Nor keep my raiora like Kln William sword,
llecatiso his iword, an ull muni know,
Though handled well, was rough.
I keep, my raznra almrp ami keen,
And Cupa Bad Towels always clean,
Perfumery, too, of all tho brands,
That' made ln this or foreigh land.
Then forclenn shaving pleane U atop
AT IJANIKli LAM PIIKHT'S liAItllF.lt SHOP,
uli Ohio Mevee, At 'Jl,
Is where suchwoik is neatly dono
Men's Fino Real Bkln Gaiter?, and also
"Prlnco Alberts.'' at Elliott & Haythorn's.
Our. Wkekly. Tho wcokly edition of
Thk IIullktik, issued to-day, U tho
largest edition of any paper ovor pub
lished in Cairo.
Tim Urand Picnic Exeurators ap the
The grand basket picnic, under tho es
pecial direction of Mr. Jack Winter, will
tako place to-morrow without fail. Tho
steamer Eckcrt will be put Into "applo pto
order" for tho ovont; a gno string band
will furnish music; dancing will bo in
ordor and a Joyous timo may bo antici
pated. Capt. Dugan will be in command
of tho boat, and no ono can oxcoll him in
tho art of making his guest feel perfectly
"at home.' Tho boat will leave tho' foot
of Eighth street at 7 a. m., precisoly. Faro
for the round trip will bo, Gontlcmen, $1;
Ladies, CO cents ; Children, 2& cents. No
person who desires to enjoy a day of
ploununl amusement and recreation should
fail to bo on board the Eckert at tho timo
Wouldn't. Tho County Court were
Invited to lio present ut tho railroad meet
ing on Tuesday night, mid glvo "n reason
for tho faith which Is in them, ' but they
didn't come, to timo. The following note
was addressed to .ludgo lirosa, but ho
did not reply to i', or nccopt the invitation
it extended r
Cairo, UN., May 3D, 171.
lion. r. urn t
Dtr.r Sir: At u meeting of a number
of citizens of Alexander county, held on
Saturday lust, it was determined to rccom
mond to tho voter and tax-payers of the
county of Alexander, to again present to
thu County Court their wishes and views
in regard to tho extcntion by the county
to tlio Cuiro und Yincenncs railroad com
pany, of tho aid in the conduction of that
road, heretofore nsked for by that company-
In order to agitato tho subject so
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us tu unui; out h iuii uiftcusaioti oi li, I nu i " .... .o ...u ... .mj uvjti.-
thus enablo ovcry voter and tix-payer to I tlon. The County Court, undor this pro
become fully acquainted with its merits position, has tho right to select tho com
und tho objections to it, it was determined I , ' 1 1 ,t t j i i .i
tn.n. ,n,.tinr ,i i... ir..t 1 P811? to uoU tho bonds, and make tho
onnortunitv for this discussion.
n. As VOU
probubly aru- aware this meeting will bo
held this evening at the court houe, and
In order that tho public may pe informed
fully of thu objections to tho proposed
measure, and also that they may act with
itCull undemanding of tho matter, the
committee havo deemed it not inappro
priate to invito tho members of the Coun
ty Court to be present at that mooting and
give thuir views ujon tho subject. They
therefore, hereby tender to you and
through you to tho other members of
tho court this invitation. Hoping that
your engagements will permit you to ,bo
precnt and guaranteeing to you nnd each
of you an "unprejudiced and respectful
hearing, webiivo tho honor to be,
Very respectfully, your obedient ser
vant, S. S. TAYLOR.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
J. II. OBERLY
Committcu appointed by meeting. -
Fitzokrald'h Sample Room. Per
sons bibulously inclined, lovers of tho ex
t. tin. ,!.... i..t.. .t. i..t. iCa
.. iiciiliiil iuiiu ui vim wi ii mm iuii,i;wiiiiu
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iiicuinitin ut biiu BHIUU1U luumr. vjii i.utiiGi I
nn,Br i.i,nI,lPn,,tlL.i,.lM, I
Reside everything in tho drinking line,
of tho purest kind, ho ha tho most fra
grant Havana cigars, Importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds. Fitz
gerald keeps a flrst-clnss place, and lias
with him Jimmy English, who knows ev
erybody, and knows tho wants of every
body and who is n gentleman, every
inch of him.
Tun Festo.n Cork Mill. This estab
lishmfctit, corner of Commercial avcnuo
and Twentieth street, Is now In chargo of
Mr. M. D. Guntcr, who having purchased
nnd thoroughly refitted it. invites tho at
tention of tho public to thO fact that he is
i)ow prepared to furnish dcalors and fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Orders left nt the mill or sent through the
liostollico will receive prompt attention.
Married. In Madison, Indiana, on
Sunday, May 28th, Mr. Martin Yourd, of
Cairo, Illinois, to Mlsi Salllo Short, of
Tho newly married couplo wero ex
pected to arrive in Cairo last night. Murt
hat been "going it alone" for thoso many
years, but has at last shown his good
sense by taking a wife. "May ho live
long and prosper1' is our wish.
Did You Kvf.rT "No, I never," saw a
tnoro cozy and complete, barbor shop than
that of Anthony Eschbach, one door be
low tho post ofllce. Tho room ban been
nowly papered, tho floor nowly covered
and tho wholo establishment put in first
class order. Eschbnch is onu of thu moH
experienced, skillful and uccommodating
barbers in tho Stuto, omploya courteous
and export assistants, and keeps Just such
a shop as citixens and tranger will .Uiko'
n solid satisfaction in patronizing.
" " ,
St. Nicholas. Duy boarders eano
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $t per
week. Tho house Is ut tho corner of Oliltj
lovoo and Eighth street, n contrnl location,
and is proprletorcd by Hiiny Walkor,
who is alivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties doslring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho ofllco.
Skwino Machines. Attention ' of
persons wishing a first-cluss
sowing machlno is called to tlw
lato improved "Wheeler, and - Wilson!.
They cannot, io oxcolled for ft family
machine; or for light manufacturing pur:
poses. All aro invited to call and exam,
no tho improvements. J. 0. CARSON,
apilOdlin Agents, Cairo, III.
Mr. P. G. Schuh, druggist, Commercial
Avenue, near tho postofllce, proclaims his
ability to soil Feather Dusters cheaper
than nny other doaler in tho city. in24tf
THE CAIRO AND VINCENNES B. R.
UKI'IMITi: PROPOSITION FROM
Bonds Not to bp Delivered Until a
Trala of Car Him from Cairo to
Ylnctiitica-Intertst Not io Coin
ratnee ta Accrue Who can Object 1
On tho 18th inst. Col. Taylor addressed
a letter to Gen. Uurnsido asking him to
stato definitely what ho required from tho
counties along tho lino of the Cairo and
Yincenncs Railroad. Yesterday morning
Col. Taylor received a reply to hi letter,
enclosing a copy of a letter wrKton by
Uurnsido to Rautn a few days ago, from
which wo extract tho following proposi
tion: " will agree not to ak for a bond from
any county or town on the line until the
road is reada to pan a train of earijrom
Cairo to Vineennet. I tcill auk of the
eouutitt that the londi be executed to be
held in escrow by tome Trust Company, to
nr. DKi.iYEur.i) whkx a train of oaius
HAH RUN OVKR A KNTIltK LINK FROM
Cairo to Vinoksnkm. The fact that
bonds uro placed In escrow ln tho hands of
a trust company, in rcw York or else
where, docs not in my opinion, constitute
a delivery, and they aro not authorized to
deliver them until n train of cars has passed
over me entire line. 11111 will bo a saving
to all counties, because the agreement uill
be that the interest uill not commence to
accrue until the train passe over the en
Wo can scarcely bollcvo but wo do-
that tho County Court will refuse to ac
cept this proposition. It is all that any
fair-minded man could ask of tho Presi
dent and officers of tho 0. & V. R. R. Co.
What is the objection to it T Thoro can
no sound reason bo urged not ono. It
may bo said tho bonds must bo issued, and
thus u source of corruption' is created ;
but there is no forco in so silly an objec
tuujiruvuuu ui iuu ruau, conipioiu I
end to end, tho condition upon which they
shall bo delivered to tho Cr,& V. R. K. Co.,
"and tli nt Interest shall not commence to
accruo antil thu bonds havo been thus de
livered. Thus, tho county will, In effect,
hold tho bonds until tho cars run from
Cairo to Vinccnnes.
Rut tho carper may ask: "Why not
,lcave tho bonds in the hands of tho Coun
ty Court?'' Thero aro many reasons. If
tho reader intendod to build u road on tho
condition that ho should receivo tlOO,OOt
from this county and $100,000 from that
county on tho completion of tho road,
what would ho say to tho County Court?
Would ho say : "I havo great confidence
in County CourU, and if you promise that
the bonds shall bo Issued wlion the road is
completed, all right." Or would he, liko
a wiso man say: "Well; I accept. If
you agree to glvo mo $100,000 bonds whon
tho road is finished I will go on ; but
. . . ...
County Courts aro uncertain quantatics
i ou who composo tho court this year arc
. , ... ,, , . .
kn"nl irttoll.gent gentlemen, and if
you were certain to remain in for three
years, and I could bo insured that you
would not change your minds, I
wottiu do sausuea with your prom
ise, to hand ovor. Rut next year vou
f uccussors may bo block heads, who may
attempt to wipo out tho contract between
us and thus give rao un oxpomivo lawsuit.
That wodld bo disagroeablo. Such u pos
sibility must bo avoided. Thoreforo, I
would, suggest that you name, say tho
most honest Trust Company in the United
States some company tho honesty of
which can no more bo doubted than that
of the saints and there aro such compan
ies, sinco; County Courts havo not ab
sorbed aft tho honesty in the land and
instruct the company that the bonds aro
not to be delivered to me until the road is
completed and cars are rutting, on it,
but that, when this condition is complied
with, tho bonds aro to bo dolivorcd to me,
at which lime interest on
said bonds will begin to run. In
this way tho court will got what it de
mands and I will cscapo tho possibility of
having to doal with successors of yours
who may bo fooU or rascals, hls is the
precaution any wise man would tako in
dealing with any public corporation, and
"thts Is' tho safeguard which Rurnsldo now
demands. Ho could ask no less, and tho
acquiescence of tho county courts along
tho linu will, boyond doubt, secure to us
the Cairo and Vinccnnes road, without
which Cairo can novcr hopo to prospor.
Take Notice.' iimf. Table of thk
lli.noih Central Hailro AB.--On and
aftor jSunday, May 14th, 1871, tho follow
ing tlmo-tnblo will govern tlto arrival and
departuro of passbngor trains at Cairo:
'Depart Mail train, dally 11:43 p.m.
Express, daily, 'J:4fi p.m
Arrive Mail, dally 3:30 aM-
Express, daily, oxcept
Sunduy 3.30 p.m.
Although tho regular St. Louis train is
taken ou" both trains out of Cairo will havo
through curs for St. Louis, which Will bo
taken through from Du Quoin by tho trains
on the Rellovillo roud. Diroct oind closo
connection will bo mado at Du Quoin, .and
thoro will bo no change of cars from
Cairo to St. Louis. Tho tran leaving
Cairo at 11:45 p.m. will havo a through
sleeping jar for, St. Louis. , Thoattontion
of shippors is. cspceislly called to tho fact
that, a Fruit Expross train will leave
Cajroi i)allyi Saturday accepted, and will
jHwke thrun from this city Jo Chicago in
Pianos. Now U tho timo for polishing,
cleanfngand putting in condition for tho
summer soason. Prof. Merklo will attendi
to all this on short not'eo uiul.ln tho most
'approved stylo. Loavo your order at H.
A. Hannon'ij Rook Store. mySQdlw
A regular communication of Dolta
Lodgo, No. 6fi8 A. F. & A. Masonn will
bo held this (Thursday) evening at the
Masonic Hall, Cairo. Work In tho M. M.
degree. Visiting brothron Invited to at
tend. .1. 11. SHELDON, Scc'y. P.T. .
To These tha Attsatloa or the Public
la Especially Invited.
Alba's. Tho barber shop of Wm. Alba,
on Commorclafarenuo, near tho cornor of
Eighth street, is the placo to which all
lovers of a good, closo shavo with razors
sharper than tho wit oi twenty Jorrolds,
wind tholr way. tf
Meats. Tho branch meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avonue,
noxt door to tho grocery ttoro of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying all tho refined
meat cntora of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meal. If you have
not tried him giyo him a call. tf
llime's. Hi tne, nt tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio lovee, is conduct
ing his barber shop in n flrst-clnss style.
It is it model etnbllhmrnt in every par
ticular, and whilo Itf his chargo alllU cus
tomers will receive courteous attention,
and tho benefit' of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, aharapooing, etc.
IItiae,L.oomla Co. In the Proxen Field
The ico wagons of Huc, Loomis & Co.will
commenco to deliver ico nbout tho city on
Monday, May 1st, and will continue to
mako daily rounds each morning (Sun
days excopted) during tho present season.
Orders loft "at tho offioo of-the company,
corner Ohio lrveo and F.ighth street, will
roccivo prompt attention. Huse, Loomis
& Co. aro also., prepared to fill nil orders
in Mio steamboat and shipping trade.
Comer Washington Avenue anil I'our
Fred, lllaiikcnburg's saloon Is nowly
und elegantly fitted up and supplied with
the finest wine, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that cun bo found in tho city; and Frod.
liss no superior as a dispenser nf delightful
beverage. Do not forget the plaeo, cor
ner 14th street and Washington avcnuo.
Tho house hcrotoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Loveo bctwoon
Fourth and Sixth streets. This houto. if
not the host business house is certainly
ono of tho best stands In Cairo. It front
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near thu Illinois Central railroad depot.
Alio tho second floor of tho same building
suitably nrrangpd for offices. Apply next
door at Robert Smyth & Go's. wholc.alo
grocery store. tf
Koovisto Rent. Fourlargo airy robins
on second flcor, in tho brick building,
corner of 14th street and Washington
avenue, opposite tho new Custom house
Tho rooms aro in completo order, having
boen recently renovated throughout;
wide balcony in front is connected with
them. Price $10 per month ; also, 3 other
rooms on tamo floor, in good condition,
and will bo rented for $G per month.
Tho wholo soveu rooms could ha used by
one family, If desired. Apply to
may 2Qtf on tho premUcs.
There aro jnst now two or three Italian
womt n in the'clty, who am by profession
beggars. Thoy havo printed books, as
beggars usually have, detailing their sutfer
inns, trials, tribulations, otc. Tney aro
going from tjotiioi to house, begging, and
are said to 'bo'''1 doing well." Look out
Notice to the Trade and Public
I havo an excellent cutter who has cut for
many) yours on Broadway, New York.
Being desirous of seeing tha West, ho has
mado an engagement with me. Comoand
try him. I only ask a trinl. I havo tho
host assortment of pieco goods in tho city,
and prices which defy compotltiou,
dlw JOHN ANTRIM.
True. Thoro can bo no doubt that
naugh l, par excellence, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cajro. Ho challenges com
petition in his trade, and atsures tho pub
lic that Iho will guarantco to his customers
satisfaction, nis shop Is on Eighth street
near tho corner of Ohio Lovoo. tf
Seo advertisement of Dr. Butts' Disp;s
sary, he,adedlBooks for tho Million Mar
riuga Guldo in another column. It
should bo read by all. myOdwly
Who is .it that does pot liko amokingi
hot biscuits for breakfast '( Tho Fame
Cook tova will bjikb thent'lu fivo minutes
time by tho watchf tf
j Hamilton's Buclju nndDandollon, as
gooj aniaructo.ns iioimuuia i uuenu anu
for less mwiry,,fbr;8iMO bIhT.- G.' jfichuli'fl
drug storo. 4 ' , my24tf
. i i t,
. v u lull 3 1 I
Commercial Avenue, between 17th and
CAIRO, : :
Handsomely nnd completely furnished, will,
. always uuppW tim best lee !rtam. Cakes, Con
fections, Lemonade ami Hi.bt to bn found In the
"r'anillies or patties sunpllodon short iiolice.
l'.UronKe respectfully snfielied. inyl4,liu
y W. TIIOlcXTOlV
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and WAsh
AceiitM for Kock Kircr Paner
C'enip.t'iiy'NNIicutliliig Felt unit
II.W. JoIiii'm Improved Hool
hid uIwhyn on liitusl.
CIItINr.FIKLO V ILLIXOIN
JfitmTH K.iSTEIC.Y K. It.
On nml.iflrr Monday, .li.rll 21 Hi, IS7I, Irjili.
rim a foj.'ow. i
THAIS OIII.S HOt'TII r.4NT.
Lease VirginlA c.lua.iii
" Hpringtielil ti.au
'Tavlortilli' l":5i '
1J .ft p.m.
, sou "
. :'J1 "
. &:I7 "
.Arrite at Faun IliliI tn, ,
trains' nntxa xoktiiwmt,
Leave l'aiia l.iiti,m
" Taylorville IH7 '
Arrito at Hprlncfieil...il5 "
Iavepingfie).l .01 "
6.i J "
P'lnifie .I JiA't " 6: 0
Arrlreni Virginia :2.1 " ...S:1J "
TutisK ioi mi aoi-rnmr.
Leave Ilgowooil A:."Jln.m 10.10 n.nt.
" Flora U:4H "
ArriTQ nt KlmwneetownMi.Vlp in ... 6: 1 p.in
t TaAiiia not s ii mjiitiikt.
Leave Hhawncetown ':l"i n.m .20p.in
"'Kora. i-M " ;)"
'AtriTC nt Kiigcwood 1:50 " 8:20 "
The 5:30 n.m. train from Kik-ennoil, runs only
Mondays, Wednesdays nml Frhiaytf, and i-.t'ia.m,
train from Shawneetown on Tursdayi., Thurs.
dajra and Saturd.iy.
Oinnect at Anliland with .laekaonvlllo division
nf ChicAgo and Alton Htilroail, fur Jtcksocville,
Petersburg, M.ton City.n ml all noints west.
At Springfield, with Utncnito ami Alton, and
Toledo, Ul.iuil! ami HV lrii Kailroad,- fur
llloomlncton, C'liloayo, nnd nil pnlnts north, north
Atl'iina with 1ml. ami HI. Lonl, nnd lllinol
Central Ititllroad lor all points en.t, koiiiIi ami
At hilgewooil with Clncaxo 1'ivMon Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio arid Misimippl Itailroad.
AtHhawnretoan, with stnambiiats for Cim-fn-nati,
rndiimh, Ctlro ami sit. LouN,
t OltLANDSMITII, r.en'l Sup't.
Jniii rixjiirriOen'l rt't and Tiuknt Ai:'t J ,
(Huceeasor tn Pohle Hloeltfleth)
Rectifier and Wltolosalei Dealer In For
eign autl liomeatlc
, WINES, nc.
78 Ohio Z.evee,
CAIRO - - XTjTj.
He keeps on Inn leoiut.lnllv, (x full stool: of
Old Kentucky Hourboii, Rye anil M6n
ongahela WhUkles, French Hrnn-3
diei, Holland Gin, Rainei
nnd California "VYInos. "
TM. II. SCMIJTTF.lt,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Aitent for best brands nf
CREAM.AND SOCK ,1LE
..i.M.ANIM...M. i 1
Imported AXom ofctlf"
' fovoiit ls.lxi.cliu.
ur- sawsir 4H"aiararit tt, -aT7s-sar-M. ar.i
N U. 4 sJFJLJLV MA JCi T MUX A
r. i. OAkr.s.
r. , lonwiric.
' Corner Sixth nnd Walnut Streets,
(Kntrancooii Sixth Street.)
OAKES, CADY A CO., Proprietors.
Ohio Levee, Del ween (Ith A- Sth Sis.
Upposito Main Sle .imloftt J.undlnn
Cairo - - - Ills.
NEWLY FITTED AND FURNISHED.
TeruiH ,2 Per liny.
Watch kept for Liints and fruins nhtht and day.
General Commission Merchant
o. i:!t Ohio Jidvec,
in7vV'ltl.IM.a:i4tJnn III 1
" SIX r ) THS.'
II can bo'iiindii hymen ko know how to do bust,
ness on the milel ami nui keep a secret. No com.
iiiiiniciitlon received from ladles will bn an
ered. Kor p.slllculars address
Hpr.HMtt ftUU llroatlway, New Vark.
DO R A H
AND DEALER IN AH
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. 10 Hi nnd Poplar St.,
Cairo, - - - - Illinois
Ditrnnnd slaughters only the best cattle, hoc
anil sheep, ami la prepared to Mil any demaod lur
fresh meant from ono pound to ten thonaiml
PEOPLES' MEAT MARKET
CHAS. GAYER & CO., Prop'rfl..
Keepeonlantly on hand tho bestftf Ileef. l'ork,
Mutter, Veal, l.itmb, Hnusii., I'mlillnfr. eto
Preh whltolanl in any quantlty,i;orncil beer, eto
ulnars on hand.
(Irilers tilled promptly anil aatlsfacllon war.
AND IlKALi:ilS IN
Eiqlilh St., between Washington A
AiIJoIiiIiik Kit tenUouse l Ilanny'a.
Keeptlielwst oriVel, I'orlt, Million, Veal, Lamb,
Hsii-igp, etc., nnd ar prepsreil to erve cititena
III thn most accept.iblr lininnei, oct2Sdll
J-KAT! n K AT 1
Hut llcntovpil (o Winter's Illook, and
Oppni'd u I'irst-ClaM
He will Itcep nlwuya on hsnd tho best ofMea't of
Smoked Meat, Fresh .lIeut,Sauaage,ctr,
At the lowest prices, (live him a rail.
. Iin.M;Kll IN FAMILY
NOTIONS, HOOTS ASD SHOES, HATS
AND CAPS, ETC.,
ll.tt just received n he stock nf boots and aboe
" " 1 HOSIERY AND NOTION.-!,
l'f.r M for Canh at a ry low figure. He nUoha
nu an tt,i.K'K oi
of eery kind,
rm. (i SI reel and Commercial Avenue
I now abundantly supplied with
To which slm particularly Invites attention.
, Hho has just received a full line of
DreM Trimmings, Silk Glmns, SUk
(Jiiloon, (juipiiro Itccs, Moss
TrlmiiiliiffH, Silk anil
u r ' Telret Hnttons,
$ .Crocket RiitfoiiM. I'luali
and Trimmlnir Velvet, Silk Olmus.
HATS and BONNETS,
Fine Kid (ilones,
Ladies and Ghildrens' Shoes
And a full andeomplete stock ot
Art of which sn proposes to sell at
Tlio Very Iiou'cat Cnah Prices
Hlio lurllex the ladles to call and see her near
goods Hint learn the prices.
duo intieieriiiineu in inainiaiu tier Claim 10 in
nanio ufhaviiiK "'IhoOheupBtore."
jyj"R; .If. SWANUEIt
rvfljidles' FurnlRhing (Joods,
Corner Ninth Nlrect.
t :AH kinds of clotlilnR lor lilies' wear made to
oruer. or reuuy innue. Also, s inn ..pwihupu ut
lIIsl.,nt, Ladies' shoes. mrtStT
5 , '
- riEAU CO I n I 6 i fc . w
'fi "WINNTOaV CO.,
(8uesor.s to John (J. liar man A Co.,)( vt
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE.
Buy and .Sell aical Estate
.UBNIH1I AHMTUACTN OV TITIA
AN II PRKPAKU S'ONTCTANCM