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CAIRO'S RAILROAD CONNECTIONS.
1 lT Iff E h ,
Take Notice. Time Taiilk ok the
LLI.vois Central Hailiioad. On and
iftor .Sunday, May 14th, 1671, Itio follow
ing time-table will govern the. nrrlval nnd
departure of rmsscngor trnln( nt Cairo:
Dtpart Mnll trnin, dully 1 1:45 p.m.
Expross. dnily - '-':45 p.m
Arrive Mail, dally ."WW a.m.
Erpres. daily, i-xccpt
Sunday ..... H.SO p.m.
Although the regular St. Louis train is
taken off both trains out of Cairo w ill have
through cars for St. Louis, which will bo
taker, through from Dii Quoin by thu trains
on the Belloville road. Direct nnd close
connection will be made at lu Quoin, and
there will be no change of cart from
Cairo to St. Louis. The train leaving
Cairo at 11:45 p.m will have a through
sleeping car for St. Louis. Tho attention
of shipper Is tspecislly called to the fact
that at Fruit 'Express train will leave
Cairo dally, Saturday excepted, and will
snake the run from this city to Chicago in
J AS. JOHNSON Agont.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louts, I,.uiHvn.i.K, Cincinnati, Ciii-
v,xnct, hrw onK, JIoston,
POINTS EAST AND -VEST.
pM.etiKer trlti srrlv at nml leave Cairo at fol
Astirs 3i3ia.m 3i30 p.m.
Iabt llit.tM.m. ails p.m.
Both trains eooncet at Ontrilia with train on tne
VBt, Decatur, Blnotnlngtrn, F.l Pae( l.aHal'.e,
llanioU, Freeport, il'nu, liubmiue, and
all points in Illinois, Slistouri,
Minnesota, WI.conf.ln nnd
Iowa. And with
Mnea running Enat and West for
St. Louis. HprfngfleM. I.milaville,
Cincinnati, Indlauapolls, Columliii".
AadatChlragowith Mlrhlgnn Central, Stlchigitn
(Jonthern, and Pittslmrg, Fort Wayni
and Cbieago Ksilroad( lor
Dslroit, CTeveland, Imnklrk.
Albany, IWtoo, PlilladeiphlH,
Miafra Falls, Erie. llutUlo,
MtsrTork, Pitthtiure, llnltlmorc,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
For through ticket and Information, apply to
Illinois Central Itallroad Depot. '
W. P. JDIINK-.N.
O'eneral Paent;er AKent, Clileaxo,
t. JOHNSON, Agent, Cniro.
MoWiT C1T y'Xn D' C A I W .
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Capt. William H. ani.u.-kv
rur or aiunia (la.t t.
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At I P.M.
I.B.WK .Mn Cn v,
At 8.30 A.M.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 'J.HII p.m.
At 0.30 P.M.
WILL LAND. WHEN HAILED,
ox rACTour, hawk s i.anuimi, kv.
M0UT1I Or CAOIIK, MAIUXK WAYK,
AND NAVV VAKD.
CAIRO and NASHVILLE PACKETS
i The following packets teat e Cairo
nth days and at the hoir txlow.named i
Kry Monday at 5 p.m. ;
Ifary Thursday, at 5 p.m.;
iryBaturday, at 6 p.m.
For FrsljU or I'asaai apply on board, or to
BIQOS & MALLORY,
lanK'ntfl 76 011 10 I.KVEK.
AND PADUCAH DAILY
Th Uantlful and llght-dranani
JAMES FISK, JR.,
Doam tiu .', lUhWli
LEAVES CAIRO DAILY,
aT S o'cUx a, r.M, j
LXAVKS PADUCAH DAILY,
r t o'etoca, a.m.
.MTXanncaupetior aecommodtttcna aha so.
JtriU iUl nicotnre.
W'ljrtliular tluntloo la paid to collection of
w - v mm sgsi wilt not le rMpoa-
lh atapa until eolleettd, '
V:00n.ln. 2 00 p.m,
2:70 plin. Iljio p.m.
12.1fi p.m. 1l;iiOp.nt.
J.Wi p.m. 4:t p.rii.
North, Throi gl'
i Through . 0
, hi nnd Columbus
Olno nircr mine, t.excopi
fl.no p.ni. t, IM .'II
Iron Mountmn It. It
SMtin.in. 1M p.ln
Ml,. Hirer route, Tuesday
n.vl Krldny G:(-..-vi.
Thebes, Ooosc Island A Santa
I, Ills., Huirsde) A I'rl-
I.) S c-.nop.m
MnMl.ll, lllnndtili- nul
Imrnfp, Ky IV.onn.rr.
in in r. lint ii".
Oenernl Delivery TiR-inm.
.Min i) onl'r ilopm.tniMit ku n.ni. O.W
ltcKMcr " " " fc.uun.in. ft.Wip.iii.
Money Onlcr and l!i'sl..er lii.pnitimnt not
open ( n Hitnln r.
Uttmi (ViMMAM.rHt, No Slated An mi l
l Ihr A.jlum Masoni! l'nll, flrt nml thifcl hi..
tirdav In each month,
Caiko Cm vii, No. lit, Hcgulnr Cuntm-ntinnM
Mion'! Hall, the soi-ond Krlda) Ir, ouch inomli.
Caiho Ciiii'TlR, No. 71. Similar t'ou vocation
h Maximo Hull, on the third Tuedey of evciy
Caiho Iiir, No, 237 K. A A. SI Regular Com.
munlcallons'nt Masonic Hull, the second nml
foil rili Mondat s oi ewli month.
Ihua 1iiMir, No, Mm F. s A. M. Hegnl.ir Coin
mutileatlon nt .Mnsonlc JUM Sr.-t nml thlnl
Tliurj" dny In each month.
AirtAM.m IMir,2!l. Meet In Old rVllcw'a
1111, In Artir's Huilllng, et cry Thursday nen.
ing, nt ho'clnjk.
Il II F.N T.
A nettlv-fiulshedlCnttaEc. nn WashiiiBtonnv,
contenlent to llin courl'lioiiKc ; Mtimiou on two
lots; four good rooms nnd n kitchen: "ill tie
rented rlienp. Apply to
Corner nrteenth-st. nnd Commrcial-av
ATTENTION, SI kVn 10 1 ITS I
j rrKuiarconciavo or uuiro uommnndery
lQT.o. 13, will l.o lieldnt tho Anylum.latlio
' -ciiy or uairo, Illinois, on Hnliir.lveveDlnir.
17th Instant, for work In the Ited Cross decree.
HoJoiirninRBIr Knights fire courteously Intltei to
eiu. jah. 8. KKAIIDRN. Itnr,l,
a A regular Communication of Delta Lodge
-A-.No. M. F.t A JlBjon. will he held at Die
Slasonlc Hall, CUlio, tliix (Thursday) even.
Ing, June 151 rj, 1871, at 8 o'clock. Work In I ho
C. degree. J. II. SiIEI.DON,8eo'y P. T,
ubllfttieU evory innrnlii, Hominy ox
Pithing i( becoming fmhlonnble.
Hogs wern again before the cout.cil
Tho proposition to lghl tho city with
oil is execrable.
The tax levy wo adopted last night
by the select council.
Gat wits tile principal Mibject li'iforo
tao council last night. .
The children of the colored Methodist
Church Indulged in u picnic yestcrdny
The Hough's picnic on tho Fourth will
be the big event of the dny In Cairo.
Tho Delta lodgo of mnions will com
iiiuuicatu lo-niiiht and work in the. F. C,
The UlincU Central employes were
paid their monthly dipnttt yesterday. They
tool: them kindly. T
Albright, wns in town yostorday
Ho likes Murphjbnro, but eon't'.stny
away from Cairo.
llipe penchot have tnauo their np-
penrtmco in our market. Tho first cniue
I in over n week ago.
-The high school wus ditmitscd yettcr-
day In contequnnce of tho illness cf Mr.
English, tho principal.
What braught tho county court
around? Gas. It look about lfi,OO0 cubic
feet per day during tho contest.
The Riversides, a baseball club of Ev
misville, proposes to challcngo our Deltas
to it contest at the bat. Let 'em come.
The contractor for filling the custom
housi' -quart) has seven teams running,
f'ol. lleardcn is superintending ti-e work.
K. Sharp wn drunk yesterday, mid
was fnved from a miscrnblo death by Jl.
Flat. The troublo was u horn too much.
Wo have been requested to state that
wo wero not requested to state yesterday
that the Hibernians would hold it special
meeting to-night, but tho meeting will bu
The gentleman who mistook his wife's
hair oil, u mixture of castor oil and alco
hol, for whisky, nnd took sovoral swigs
thereof, is recovering. Ills life hung on a
Mcllolo with his gang of ordinance
breakers those municipal iconoclasts who
smash all our rules prohibiting drunken
nets hat been repairing Fifth street be
tween Washington avenue and Walnut
street. He is now on Washington avenue.
Tho old gal, Ferris, who humbugged
so many of our citizens n short tlmo ago,
is doing her tricks in Evansvllle, nnd tho
spiritualists of thnt city nro in a high sloto
of excitement. Jetinio tindortlandt her
business thoroughly, and, in tho Innguago
of tho (treat, IsWip to snuff."
Tho Paducah Ktntuckian expluins it
In this ways ,4One reason why nothing
has been said about the tadpoles in Cairo in
the KtniueKian for the last few days, is
that tho editor who docs Cairo hat been
absent. Wo are looking for him homo to
day, and John Oberly, Moto Hnrrtll and
the other amphibious creatures in that
toft place may expect to get hnnkiiia."
The tender headt of Infant weeds nro
beginning to appear abovo tho grouud nn
tho tides of the etreots and in other public
placet. We ro notol a cruel disposition.
On tho contrary quite tho re verso, as was
laid of old by the venerable and peculiar
Copt. Buntby. We pride ourtelf on tho
softness not of our bead, nnd wo dare
any man to make the tuggestion but of
our heart. Wo do, indeed j nnd yet, in
reference to then weeds, we rue inclined
THE CAIRO DAILY
to roiso tho Mngultmry cry of "Off with
their heads ; so much for dog fennel."
Tim. O'Callnlian's cottage which ho
propose. to rent, Is on the comer of Div
ision trcet and Washington nvenuo. It
it not furnMicd, bul I u ioiey little
hnuso, ond will be.rented tin very reason
Wo linvo received the second number
of Morgan's (lalUtlin (la-.ttie. H I an im
provement on the first number, nnd Is full
of interesting editorial, general news and
local matter. (!.) It, Joel.
-Wo have M.ld our f 1. 10 Pittsburg coal
for fil per ton, delivered in the bend abovo
the city, tho purchaser handing tit his
own expense, iWun which statement it will
app-nr that wo are n coal merchant of eon
The meeting of German- held at
Wellington Hall Garden, on Tuesday
lut. to tnke into consideration thn prop
riety of having a peace jubileo in this city
tMis largely attended. Mr. 11. Meyer was
called tu tho chair nnd Mr. l'aul Schuh
appointed secretary. After considerable
discussion a committee wat appointed to
canviiss tho city for means, and was in
structed to report to an adjourned meet
ing, nt which thoprugrnmmeof thujubllco
will bo nrranged and announced.
Tho hostility of thn country precincts
to tho Cairo and VInconnc. railroad
(grows out of tho dcslro of tho countjy
pcoplo to pay tuxes for what they call tho
benefit of Cairo. The country precincts
should not forget that the most of tho
money which is expended on their roads
nnd bridges comes out of the pockets of
Cairo tnx-payorit, nnd that If tho country
mnkes an Issue with tho city tho country
may loc more than it will gain. Cairo
has two-thirds of nil thn legal voters In
Yesterday win Police Magistrate
Shnnncssy's day ; and It was dull will;
him, of course. Tho fates or policemen
mavbo both, are against tho old gentle.
man, nnd tho conequencn is Police Mag
istrato Ilross skims otrnll tho cream of tl
polico business of tho city. Yeterdny
solitary ordinance breaker appeared be
fore our friend asking Justice. The chargo
was drunkenness, and tho t'rial,was entered
upon. It ended suddenly. The prisoner
wns discharged. Ho had not been drunk-
Hut, autipoie ho had been ? What rieh
has tho city to abridL'O it man'a rights nnd
orucr mm lo not get drunk when
leois like getting drunk ? lrudor the four
tcenth amendment-any man oven a whito
mnn possesses tho right' lo drink.nud tho
right to drink Implies tho rlirht to L'ot
drunk. Hut tho Uourbonlsm of our cntin.
I ell nnd policemen would establish tho op
posite rule. Hut it can't. Wo nro clad
to chronlclo tho fact that Squire Shan-
cssy lias accepted tho fourteenth amend
ment, and Intends to bo in Cairo a bul
ark to protect tho rights which that
Gas. Re it, then, understood, that on
tho gas question wo nro not an ait. Talk
to us about saving grace, Infant baptism,
tho possibility of converting the devil
and getting him cut of his present trou
bles into glory, thu efficacy of prayer, tho
gulf stream, Grant's administration, com
munism, infallibility, tho Alexander
county court or tiny other abtruse subject,
and we shall be lound not v.': i lit inf..
but don't let us make this requet in all
seriousncM don't introduco the subject
of t:a. AV never did like i'n : nml
never sha.l, no matter what may bo said
in its favor by either Ilixby or Gerould.
D.tvls, that man of the Sun, being dud in
a garment of comprehension posses.-ing
a brain heavier than Webster or Ru
lotl's, mid an eyo that tan roll in a lino
frcnp.y, may be able to understand gas,
but we can t. Wo don't want to. Tho
I leak in the supply pipe is that the namo
io tiling (-that loidsgas into our mo-
or ims made tu sick of gas. We therefore
hand it over to the man of tl,.. v,.
"nay tho Lord have mercy on hU patient
Mul-tlmt soul of his which is as much
like the soul that .lob u,ed to have as two
pea are like each other. Great Davis
go In ! '
Dr. It. V. l'mtc,:, of
lo, N. Y,
sue jropnetor of I)r. Shko. Catarrh
Itemedy, wh0l0 mimo (j ltM on lho
wrapper of the genuine, llisfur ovor thrc0
years ollered, through nearly cvorv news
1'nper in the Fnltcd State,, 1( ;tftIldil
reward of MJI) for CM) of
ho head hiohh, cannot cure. That ho
Ims treated thouHMid, "ft"- and bntl no
claims presented fr ,,, reward from any
' ho ha.made a thorough u-e of his
..em, e,lri, ilron conc,uva
furing thi, loathsome di.ease. The Ca-
ta"h. '-'V is sold by all drug :,.Cor
JuH-11-ditw ' rp
trial vtill convince the most
"f lllO l-tlil.linr... .,r II,.. w
iKii. ivc U1 'tr.i.-ti-
oi, he,,, ,ich, Jnun.Uc, lndlKe.u co.
st.pat on dyespen.i,,, billiousness, liver
n.ott reliable. IIKLMhulD-S IV
'PI! A (VI' c no . , -l.W tl J-...
;' . ' , A 'IV create,
..v... ..n,i lieu in.. , , ,.,
IIouni. OvKrWmia7"'rtrtri thu
negro who ttole from HRrm,m ,,0 u
, , '"' u,m ,mu proiimiiiarv oxain-
Inatlon beforo K,quir Hru, yesterdav
Ho was bound over to the circuit court in
tho sum of $500, and in default of b'tll
wan tent to tho county Jail.
I. ILV f 'l I A Vl'l' Tl... t 1
...... . .. . uiiiiiu uraw.s near.
Securo your tickets In tho Grand Girt
Legal Festival in aid ofa public library,
at Omaha beforo you have to pay a large
promium. It is said to 1, K tTiritl mi-ce-s.
Everybody is confident t j, ,.m.
ducted on. tho "square.
Avkiit. tiik Evil.-if MuXhm VmU
give Mrs, Whlteouug Syrup t il(tr cj,j.
dri'it when sick, mortality would be less
itmong them. It only eot -ir, tents,
Meetiko of the Citv Council Labt
NiaiiT. Tlio soloct coitrjcU met In stated
session last night, nnd nftornolng through
lho regulflr routine of business adjourned,
when tho city council mot in Joint session,
Present, Messrs. Uudcr, Cunningham,
Hnllltlay, Hurd, Rcardcn, Schuh, Seae,
Taylor, Winter nnd Woodward.
Tho chair Btatcd that lho meeting was
called, in part, for tho purpose of appoint
ing a committee, lo mako some arrange
ments about gas.
Mr. IIL'RD 1 move thnt a commltleo
of thren bu appointed to mnko n contract
with thn gos company for lighting tho city
with gn for n pcrlol not to exceed ono
Mr. W1NTER1 think lho instructions
to tho commlttto should bo to rccolvo bids
for lighting lho city either by gas or coal
oil.- 1 understand that parlies stand
ready to light lho city, with oil.
Mr. SOU VH Is this committee to
mnko a final contract, or a contract sub
ject to tho approval of tho council.
Tho MAYOU If tho council wish tho
contract reported the motion should so
Mr. REARDKN 1 underttund Mr.
Hurd's motion to bo to appoint n com
mittee to contract for gas and' not for
Mr. HURD 1 Intended to havo tho
contract reported for approval, and
would modify my motion so as to mako
tho motion read "to ascertain at what
prico tho city can bo lighted cithor by oil
or gas, tho committco to report to tho
Mr. SEASE I understand tho motion
to bo that a committco bo raised to ascer
tain nt what cost tho city can bo lighted
cither by gas or oil,
Tho MAYOR Tho motion had bettor
bo reduced to writing.
At this tlmo Mcsrs. Wnlder and Klob
nppenrcd nnd took their sent.
Mr. HURD I withdraw my motion,
nnd olfer tho following:
Ilrsohal, That n special committco of
tnren bo appointeJ to rccolvo proposals
from any party to light the city for ono
year, said bids lo bo In bv tho 30lh of
Tho MAY.OR I will appolat as such
committco Mossrs. Hurd, Taylor and Rear-
Tho MAYOR Tbcro is another matter
i would call to tho attention of thocoun
cil. Tho ordinance concerning hogs run.
al.'ig at largo ha been In forco sometime,
hut thcro is no place for impounding thorn
and tho ordinance is n dead letter.
Mr. TAYLOR I movo that tho com
mitteoon polico nnd Jail bo instructed to
prcparo a portion of tho lots owned bv the
city or somo othor place, as a hog pound
Mr. WINTER-I second tho motion.
It wat carried, Kleb, Ruder and Schuh
voting "no " in very audible voices.
'lho MAYOR Tho meeting was called
for tho further purposo of nominating a
person to fill tho vucant position of po
liceman. The mayor nominates .Matthew
Chirk, and uppoints Messrs. Winter and
Tho ballots being spread resulted as
follows: Yes, 8: no, 4. A maioritv of
II the members being necessary to n
choice, Mr. Clark wns not confirmed.
Thu MAYOR 1 will now nominate
Tho ballot resulted as follows : Ye, 0 ;
o, 1. .No election.
Tho MA YOR The chair will re-nom-
nato Matthew Clark.
Tho ballot resulted as follows: Yes, 8 j
The clerk then read tho report of Mes-
rs. Winter, Ruder nnd Woodward special
ommitteu reporting the house of William
daring n public nuisance, unsafe, in a very
filthy condition, with windows broken,
doors open, and In great need of speedy
Tho inarshul was ordered to givo tho
a t inf....
wner notice to removo mo ontiuing
n invitation was rccived from tho
Rough nnd Ready lira company to attend
their installation ceremonies next Monday
iglit. Tho invitation was accepted and
tho council adjourned.
lis tiik Price too Hioh ? Tho gas com
pany of this city or, nt loast, somo of the
stockholders assert that lho present prico
f lho go3 consumed in tho streot lamps It
low rntc. During the year each post
burns during threo thousand eight hun
dred hours, an nvcrngo of over ten hours
per day, and consumes fifteen hundred feet
of gas each month. Tho regular prico
tho prico charged to tho citizen is SI. 50
per ono thousand foot. From this state
ment It will bu seen that tho city Is re
quired to pay for tho gas consumed In tho
street lamps ?l.G0por thousnnd icot las
than tho individual citi.'.on pays for each
thousand foot ho consumes. In the coun
cil chamber, engine houses, etc., tho city
pays S0.7G for ovory fiftcn.hundrcd feet,
just ns tho citizen must whousos gas; and
yet tho city proposes to ruiso a rumpus
nbout paying S3 por thousand feet con
sumed In tho streot lamps, with clcunlng
and lighting nnd repairing thrown in free
dono at tlio expeiuo of tho gat company.
yo beliovo you, old boy, but what tiro wo
going to do about it? The gat company
hnvo us wlioro tho hair is thort, and won't
let goj and thoy can't very convonlontly,
If they would, beoauso thoy havo found to
their sorrow thnt furnithlng gas oven at
S4.G0 is a losing business. This is tho oth
er sldo of the gas question, briefly stated.
Thf Plank Road. This road Is In a
desporatoly bad coudltlon torn up-splin-
ti, red rough as mo nuru wuru ui uuiu.
Tenmstcrs curse, draymen damn H and
pedestrians consign It dally to a place
whero It WOUlll mitKO ouv it inum uim mi
comparison with tho greater Mre. Hut tho
i,., nnmmlttee nroposo to go for tho old
thlnt: immediately and ordered Mcllulo
to begin work on it to-day
Mac it a bott
street mondor, nnd will mako tho road as
good ns ow
Gkkould to tiik Oak, "Out, out brief
light." " 1 oxtlnguisn tnco, moil nam
ing minittor, 1 can again thy formur light
? i . ii
ruiumo it j. rupuui.
IIamii.ton'h lluchu and Dandelion, as
good an article as Ilelmbold's Uuchu and
for Irss wiotiry, for enle nt P, 0. Schuh's
drug store. myiitr
JUNE 15, 1871.
A Ounit Guarantmcd. Kress Fovor
Tonto Is universally recognized as the test
tnodlclne extant for tho etirto of fevors.
It Is for salo by P. O. Schuh, druggist,
two doors south of tho postofficc, nnd ho
gunrantoea nil who buy from him that It
will euro chills nnd fovors. If It does not
euro Mr. Schuh agrees to return tho
money. Can anything bo fairer than
For Sai.k. Tho ttoro-houso on tho cor
ner of Tenth nnd Walnut streets, and also
tho stock of groceries thorein, are offered
for tnlo together or separately. Also, a
good lHggy and hnrncss will bo sold on
private torms. Apply for particulars on
tho premises. HEN. F. ECHOLS.
I do not blow n other bnrbera do,
Nor keep my rator llko King William xword
Tlccatio his aword, a all mint know,
Though handled well, was rough.
I keep my rawr nhiwp and keen,
And Cups and Towals always clean,
Perfome ry, too, of all the brands,
That's made In Oil or foreign land.
Then forolean ahaylng pleaae to atop
AT DANIKL, liAMl'HF.BTH IIAHUKK BIIOP.
Oh Ohio I.Te, at VI,
I where such wotl! Is neatly done.
A Family Tkbasukk. Tho happiest
nnd best member of a family Is uttially
called tho light of tho household, because,
bcsldos being happy and choerful hlmsolf,
or henolf, heor tho makes all else happy
or chcorful. Tho Charter Oak Stove is
such a treasure. jol3d&wlt.
Kkkp Cool. Hclrlgorators, Ico chetts
water coolers, I X L ico cream freezers
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., nt
RKERWART, ORTII & CO.'S,
myl8tf 130 Cora. Avo.
Infants. Tho most irritablo and rest
less of theso tonder little household buds,
nro charmed as it woro in quiet and sweet
repose by ustng Mrs. Whllcomb's Syrup.
DUN UAH'S WONDERFUL
BET1IESDA MINERAL SPRING
OP WAUKESHA WISCONSIN.
Tnla water la lha ackcowledged curs of tha In-
traciaoie ana incuraota aiteas Known aa iirifni a
dlaeaae and diabetea.
Drlght'a disease la fatal to the kidney, the body
wastes away, destroys lite by atarTatlon of tha
Diarjete conmencea with freouent des iraa to
pass water, treat th rat, conatipatlon, loia of
Itreogtn anu nean.
Astonishing curea of dropsy hare been eflecud,
brick-dust deposit, InrUmation of tha neck of th
bladder, alkali, and gouty awelhnga. For the
liter it la unsurpassed. It will allay all inflama
tionof the kidney and urinary organaln twenty
four hours, elfins Immediate relief! alao. aaear.
1st ferar it prarents tha kldnay from contesting,
and rrmoTes all traeea of albumanerla. It will
giro relief In all casea nf high fever.
r.untnu uu.adah, esq.,
fleneral Agent at the Bprtnga, Waukesha, Wis.
Reader, if you are afflicted with anr of tka lore-
going dlieaaea, write to the uadarnignad. Ilia
adtlce will cost tou nothing! h canbr chemical
analyaia possess himse'f ofa clear knowledte ot
any lnomnuai caie no matter oi now long simna
ing. nn wonaertui aiscoTtry uemetaa Mineral
Water is a eosltlre remedr for the foree-nin
allmenta. It haanerer failed to do what ha claim
lor It where e?er used. Tnlawattl hat the same
good eflect at the remotest part of tha country,
that It haa at the Hprinm: It nTer losea a cartl.
cal of its medicinal qualities by package or trans
portation. Directiona now to use the water and
circular wilt accompany eack package ordered
Auureef, flllllAllJ' uuftlMll.
33 Pennsrlranla-ar., Washington, D. O.
OrKdward P. Duubar. Cieneral Minii.r at lha
fprings, Wiukesha, Wis.
Agents wanted ererywnere. jeisujtn
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prepared to upply customer- with the Initt
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKIlKIf! left at Italllday Ilros. office, 70 OHIO
I.KVKK. or nt tho Coal Yard below the St.
Cnarlea lintel, will recelTe prompt attention.
TIIETUO MONTAUK,rwllIbrlngcoal along,
side steamers at any hour. ocMlf
LAND FOR THE LANDLESS
HOMES FOR THE HOMELESS
ONLY $1.25 PER ACRE
FOR ACTUAL SETTLERS.
TAkK THE CAR Of Till'.
LEAVENWORTH, LAWRKNCK AND OALVEI
TON R. R. LINK
From Lawrence and Kansan City aud visit tho eel
ebratod Osago country,
The Gardkn Spot ok Kansah.
lOITNUHY AND MACHINE NIIOP.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE SHOP
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
No. 248 East Pearl Street,
Hoard and Tuition, per annum I22 00
HELLMUTIl LADIES' COLLEGE
iMl'niinATih ar it. a. 11, vkincr asthvb,
Iloird and Tultlin, per annum 22 00
Presldcnt-The Very It. V. I. llellmuth, D. D.,
IJeaa of Huron.
For particulars, apply to Malor Evans. London,
Cinaila Wen, 1 1
A. WADGYMAR, M. JJ.,
PHYSICIAN, Surgeon and Accnuheur, formerly
of Anna, tlnion county, Illinois, has per
manently located In Cairo. Offlte-Commercia!
ayenae, tjctween Eighth and Nlutlt streets, West
C. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
SEHIDKNCE-orner Ninth and Walnut at.
omce-cojner Sixth Mroet and Ohio levee,
oo hours front 0 a.m. to 12 in., and 9 p.m.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. I).
SESIDKNCENo. 21 Thirteenih .treet, be
,w',ei! Washington avenue) and Walnut a tret t.
:e 120 Commercial avenue, up atalra.
H. WARDNER, M. I),
EESlDKNCEoorner Nineteenth street ami
i Washington avenue, Cairo. Office on Com
m.rcial nvenuo, over poslofflce. Office hours
from 10 a.m. to to U m., (Mondays excepted,)
and from 2 too p.m. ' r "
ALLEaN, MULKEY & WHEELER,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
John II. Miilk.y, l OAIKO, 1LMHOIH.
surt'irtlcular attention paid to river and ad-
orrtcK koomh 7 and 8 wintkr'h hlock.
GREEN Si GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. fireen, ")
W'J'.sm II (lilbtrt, V CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
Mllea P.dllbert, J
tWSpeclal attention given to Admiralty aud
HlAai m r yl I l.ll . I h A..
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMH 7 AND 8 OVER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
WINEfl AND LIODORs.
WM. H. SOU UTTER,
Importer and Wholrnlr Dealer Its
TOBACCO & cigka.:rs.
Agent fur the he.t brandi af
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
laatportrd Air of Different Kind.
75 Ohio Levkk,
tf CAIRO, 1LLINOI-.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
srrCMia roHLt a mmaiiiih
MIUe)r asset Wasalral- Dealer 1st
raralara suaal Danrtlr
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levef,
Sraiorint, hlwk, CIBO, II.U.NOH.
XTEkeeiw ou hand constantly a full stock of
ir-r- . 1A".y Mourwin, aye nod jiononra
heTa Whlskle. French Brandies, Holland dm,
Kalne and California W he. Jau4f
OBOCKKIESI AND DRY OUDN.
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
IIA7R AND CAI'fi, ETC.,
Has juit received a heavy stock of Root and
oiwr,, uuii.i; sdu iioiione,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
He also has a line atock of Family Groceries of
CORNEK SIXTn-ST. AND CO M 31 EI t-
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM PERKY II0UHE
RRICK RUILDING on SEVENTH ST.
OPPOSITE WINTEU'h IILOCK,
HE haa greatly improved hi "lock, and has
now on hand nil kinds of
SHAD EH, ETC.
HE HAS 3IARKED DOWN PRICES
To the lowest living figures, anj he Invltea the
I'uiruuajie oi me jiui.lic.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAM. UAYKR A CO.,
KEEP constantly on hand the best nf beel,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, sausage, pudding
Ordert promptly filled, and satisfaction warran
JAMES KYN ASTON,
ButrUer aad Dealer 1st all Kinds freak
Coassa .N'i.ixtnth ank Portaa SratsT.
nUYll and slaughters only tha vsrvM fttl,
XI horn and sheep, and la praparad to flit any
demand for freth mean from ona pound to "a
thousand pounds. aecjvu
rlBROMATIO work -printing In many and
! .n, ..rit ooiora .t ana ImDresaion, on tha
.Ti.r.... , nr... ione at tha Bullatla
Job printing ofllca. Thla la tha moat remarkable
puis aver Invented, aa It performa la ona day
preaiaa, thereby reducing tha coal of that cnarao
tar of work, to a vary low rate.
B1ND1NQ and rullog dona In a llrat-claaa man
ner in the Bulletin bindery. Thla depart
ment ia complete, and now fully prcpsrd for all
klndtofwoik Id the binding line. 1
COMMIMIIOK AHD l OttWAItm
CLOSE' & VINCENT,
GENERAL COM MISS
T--m A T.TlTJn T TSJ I. I
Cement, Plaster Paiii,
PLASTERER'S II A I
tfa.Maas Tlarlala U rll flltll 4 1 f 1 1 I
MILLER & PARK EH,
GENERAL COMM SS
DEALERS IN FLOI'll, ((
Oats, Hay, etc.
fiR Ontn l.t-vw fiATliM if. i
-v. .... Tr..., viliw. lUls
JOHN B. PHILL1S,
(Successor to I'atker A Phllllt,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OA
Flour, Meul, Bran,
v,ui. uuHu-oi. ahi unit; j.r.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
iU,i..a. ... a., t tt 1 1 t.l1. a, ft
13 1 1 ...
lr nr.ru...! tn ...I r..
ireignis to an point and ntiy nnd
aell on commission.
avnusiness attended to nromplly.
General Commission Merch
133 OHIO LEVEE,
i(kLr ti viiii) run i nut'
THE GREAT SOOTHING HEME
Cures colic and griping
in the bowels, ami fa-
dilutes the prove of
and jvercomea all dis
eases incident to In-
Lfanta and children.
Curea diarrhea, ill.on-"
icry ami rummer com
plaint in chlldt en ot all
It lh (iff At Infaint'ii nnil OitMron'ti HnAlh
flma.U It. .11 .lla.r.laai heAttnl.t nH twfTuik
tiBiin urrr. ittiiiwi
HOW LOST I HOW RESTORE
K..I.II. I...I U. t. , .. .
cuieor Spermatorrhea o- Hemlnel Weakness.
hu. . ii w (uir.E. j . .ii, r.rwii ,, .Tirr.ornr,
"urccn Hook," etc.
A IllrU.I i U J IIUUSADUS Ul" lUt t KIIKHM.
iKiBinge stamps, vj una, j. u. mine a vo,,
lowery, New tork, l'oitofflce box 4,MU.
Ia nn ootical wonder: roveala the thousands
hidden wonders of Nature; Is ot permanent iia
and practical availability, combining mstructlcJ
wiui amusement, anu never losmg its interest,
TEN THOtlAND TIM EH,
a power equal to other Microscope ef man
limes Ita cost. Keveal countless little worlds, a
around us, teeming with life, which to the nake
eye must forever remain a sealed book ns eels I
vinegar, animal In water, cheese mites, sugar an
lie ii insecia, mux i.iouuiea, ciawa anu nairsui
aecta, hundreds of eyea in a single eye of a fit
dust of a butterfly's wings to be perfectly forme
feathers, the much talked of Trlnchlna Bptr-li" o
pork worm, which wan first discovered In Amerlc
with thla Microscope.
it is ot innnite value to proressmnai men,
teai'liers and to students, hut nowhere ! it o
greater value than on the family table, within III'
reach of every member. Uwlll delight ymirsoil
yoiirchildreu and your frienda during the Ion)
winit'rcveningv. jt win buw jm m.hk.--
and uncleanlineta ol various kinds of food, as su
gar, tea, bread, meal, o. it is oi
INESTIMABLE VALUE TO THE FARMER
In examining insects which prey upon his crops
The rower of a W microscope, and so aimplo 111
its conitruntion that any child can use It under
atandlugly and with appreciation.
A beuuiif.il present, olegnnt.lpalruclive, amus
ing, nnd cheap. Over CO.uuO have been sold.
... k. .I.A...n(t. nt SAljnrlHn msii. farmAr.
scnooi leacuera, atuueuis, juibiuisub, iivwub i
families, and others.
PRICE $3.00, SENT l'ONT IAID IIY MAIL.
Every insiruillfu. ib u...i; uv.du, iuh nanu
aomely labeled with full directions for use. Thou
sands riave been sent by mail.
Address, W.J. LINESSA CO., Chicago.
mm mm. I
"The Mioroanope," a mommy journal of infor
mation for tha people the mysteries ol nature
explained interesting lUormatlon on the won
dera of creation stories, skatchet, c. Terms
tl 00 per yar. Thlr Journal will tie aent Free
for one rear to any ona purchasing a Craig Micro
acope, at the regular price, S3, (Craig Microscope
KorH.-npleoopv.and our beautifully illustrated
and "''fJT ptlve circulars, and eight pages ot tea-
ii KiaiM, tmiv.uBvupv, flvnu six cenia tor
4 jf , and Sole Proprietors of Gralg and Nov
i w. J. LlnltrDt ac l;( I..
elty microscope, buicago, III,
Agents and Dealers, this Microscono sells In ev
ery family on its menta, when exhibited. Large
fronts, wuica dji-.s ivuuwoin
BOOKS, painphlels, briefs, catalogues, news
papers, Ux lists, and every variety of exten
sive printing contracted for, and promylly and
speedily executed, in tne uuuetin book. Job.
ewspaperaad bmttlag establishment,