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CAIRO'S HA1LK0AD CONNECTIONS,
TIMETARLKOr THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11. II,
On and aftr Monday, Mar 14th, 1871, the follow
ing tlme-ublo will govern th airlval and depart
ure of fjitrT train at Cairo t
)jir(-Mn train, dally II Hi p.m.
Eipre, Jail 2 45 un.
A nn Ill,dlly a.JOa.n.
Ktrr,,ilallr, except isiindy 3.'!" p.m.
Although II e regular M. I.mnt train la hUoii otl
loth train out ol C'atm will he through car
f.i HU Iiiii, which will be taken through frnni
ninpiein ty the train on Ihe llellevllle road. Ii
I eland close connection will l made nt Pii.
q'i..lD, and there will I" no change of cars from
ruin to St. Lorn. 'Hi' triln leaving Cairo at
t l p in. will hate a through tlecpiiig ear lur Ht.
Umi The attention of hlpr 1 epcclally
ejllcd In the fact tlut a f-'r lilt Kxprcsa tmln will
I. itc Cairo daily, Saturday expected, anil will
i.i.ke ihe run from tlila city to Chicago In twenty.
Mi hour. JA-i. JOHNSON, Agent.
WU1CKKST KOUTK EROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louts, Louisvit.t.v:, Cincinnati, CHI
CAGO, N kw Yohk, Boston,
, AND A IX
POINTS KAST AND "WEST.
Psseuger train arrive at ami leave Cairo fol
Aanvr. :ii.lo m :n:itt p. in
tlll'AHT 1 lll.l II. in m 1.1 Jl.lll
ll.itli train connect at Cenlraha willi train on Ine
Plilia, Decatur. Illonmingfrii, HI I'ai l.i Ml',
MendoU, Free port, (laeii.i, iuihUiUe, nn.l
all point in Illinois,- .Missouri,
Minnesota, w'i.consln and
Iowa. Anil with
Line running Had ami West for
tit. I.OI1I. Hpfngflehl, Louisville,
Cincinnati, lm annpoli, Columbus.
Ami at Chicago with Michigan Central, Mlcliijjnn
Southern, anl I'ittliirg, Kurt Wajne
and Chicago lUllrou.li lor
Detroit, CleTelaml, Dunkirk-.
AlUiuy, Rndon, Philadelphia,
Niagta Fall, Krle, lluttalo,
New York, Pittsburg, ll.illlinore,
AND ALL POINTS KAST.
For through tickets anil information, apply to
Illinois Central Railroad Depot.
W. P. JOHNSON,
General Passenger Agent, Chicago.
J JOHNSON, Agent, Cairo.
MOUND CITY AND 0A1UO.
THE STEAt TUG, CACHE
Cait. William U. Saxhusky.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
CAIEO -3rr) MD. CITY
ioot oi riaHTii TarrT.
Ai 7 A.M.
At ..., 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At ,5 P.M.
Lea vis Jin. Oitv,
At 8.30 A.M.
11 .SO A.M.
.. ii.30 l'.M,
WILL LAND. W1IKN HAILKD,
BOX FACTORY, IIAWK'h I.ANIUNd, KY
MOUHI OV CACHE, MAHlh'K V AYh,
AD NAVY YA11I).
CAIRO and NASHVILLE PACKETS
Tho folloHlii; packets lenie Cairo
on the ilaya and at the hour heloM .ii'vncil :
Kvi-rr Monday nt r, p.in. ;
Every Tluirfility nt ! i.in. j
Every SaturJay nt tun.
For Freight or Pange apply on lioanl, or to
BIGGS A' -MALLOltY,
an26'71lfl 7ft OHIO I.KVHi:.
CAIRO AND PADl'CAH
w - rr The U'ailllful and llght-dr.-iliglu
JAMES FISK, .11!.,
llMksrv HMriun, Mii-ltr,
LEAVES OAUtO DAILY,
AT 6 O'CtOCk, l'.M. i
LEAVES PADUCA11 DAILY,
AT 0 ll'ciOCK, A.M.
tfllaving mperlor areninmoil'ilumi the so
iclla puhlie pntroiiiiKi'.
Particular attenllcm l paidloenl i clion of
iuvoich eliargeK, lull Hie imuii win ncn i rt'epuii.
iLle for Ihe ame imtll collii le.!.
S A M W I h S 0 N
a it o r 1: k n: s ,
P It O V I SI O N S, KT C,
outirKK ikOMi-Tit 1 iiirn.
(J. D. WILLIAMSON,
CAIUO, 1 I, I, I N O .
nJ tilfiUK order.
Ktn to Cunflgimienla
tvvmUv Mi.vUpfrr fcnnmn ic (MJ
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
KACUVaATtb kl II. i. II, Iklkir AKllim,
lioi'd and Tuitian, jr aimum fii, ocj
VtaiMnat-Tlui Vry H. V. I. Iltllmuth, H. 11.
tian 01 iiurun,
For tuwUeuUii, appij 10 Major Evan, l.cudon
North, Through I.twn.m. 2.00 p.m
i way Ztsi p:m. lljoip.m.
South, Way." 12.15 p.m. 1l;tp.m.
Through N. "! Mem-
phi and Columbus 2:30 pin, tiop.iu,
Ohio Hirer route, (except
Jlonda)) AiMip.in. fi.tmp.tn!
Iron .Mountain I! II S.SOa.ni. Ili'up.m.
fll. It tr-r route, 'liieilay
anil Friday f..(i p.m. T.mp.m.
Thcl,c, Oon.e Island ,t "aula
IV, III., Thlirda) A Fri-
il.iy j i'..mp.m. 7:nOn.tn,
Majtlell, ltlnndvdio nil
Loiclaee, Ky 11:00 a.m. 4.(mp,m.
unlit, not n.
neutral Delivery 7i30nui.
(suiidn) ci n '. a. in.)
.Money Ordr dopaaltiuiit e-.no n.tu. film ,
llegidcr " ' " " ts.imn.in. 5iip.in.
Money Onlcr nml Iteglder department not
open on Stllidavs.
Cairo ;i!iMMAMiriiv, No. 13. "latod Acinlly
nt the A)liltn Masonu ltnll, llrt nml Until Ha..
urdav in each month.
I'aiiui Cmsoit, No. al, nptilar Contocatlonat
lnnnlc Hall, the fcoon.l 1-tl.liiy In each month
Cairo Ciui'itu, No. 71. H-gnlarJ Convocation
at Maonlo Hall, on the. thlnl Tuco!y of every
Cairo Lnnnr, No. 217 l". A A. M ltcgulnr Com.
inunleatlou'nt Mnonlc Hall, tho (dcoikI and
fourili Moml.iya of each month.
IiriTA Iitior, Ko.tt.f K. A A. M. Hegnbr Com
miinlcnliiins at Mnonic Hall Srnt ami Ihlril
1 hurilay In each month.
ttuvrrn Iwiar, ail. Meets In O.ld Kcllow'a
Hall, In Arter's lliill llng, every TlitireJay ni l).
I nit, nt So'clojk.
I'iiIiINIkhI -v'ry moriiliiK, Momlity .
Dny liortrd at the Ccntrnl liouso for
$1.00 per week.
bftliy fu'ir nt tlio liatilut festival
would lio a linppy hit.
lSultcr is lookine; tip. Clioieo is
3cnrco mid in goo. I thmi.uid.
Every citizen in Cairo ougbt to man-
1130 to got rnilrond on tliu brain tills week.
Don't forget that tlio rnilrond com-
niitloo will meet lo-niglit at tlio council
Tlio tobacco fair to-morrow will bo
n big tiling. Everybody should turn out
and make it lively.
Tho bnj)tit festival on Thursday
ovenmg. A train of cars will run to and
from tlio Huh factory.
1 ho baptist festival, to bo given at
tlio Eamo'i! Hub factory on Tliurslav oven-
ing next must not bo forgotten.
There is good demand for freh eggs
in this market. Stale eggs itro promptly
thrown into the river on arrival.
Mayor Lnnsdcn is at homo again. Ho
lias his pyo on certain weak plnccs in ou
police allidrs and proposes to patch thein
Tnpo worms now alllict Pnducali
The editor of tho h'rnlucl.ian caught 0110
tho other Any that iiiea-ured ono lliotifnml
feet in length.
Tho Into .Mr. Neiiniiigcr of .Mound
City, was hurled With imifcoiiic honors on
lust Sunday, Tim Cairo masons siiperin-
li'inlril tlio corcmiiiiies.
Shorill'lrvin yesterday, accomplished
a leal unparalleled 111 tho annals of tax
fitles in Alexander county. Every tract
of land oll'orcd for falo found a purchaser.
Tho religious services of last Sunday
were well nltoiiileil, and tho sermons as
good as usual. Hot weather has no appar
ent oiled upon either lliu zeal or eloijuenco
of our divines.
Corn sold for CSJe per buhc! in sucks
delivered, on Friday and Saturday hist
the highest price it lias brought for months.
Yi'terdny tliuru wus a slight decline, buy.
crs hetilullug at tlio prices iifk d.
The railroad coiniiiiUco will meet to
night at tlio council chamber. Lifo is
Bhorland time 'a Ueeting, anil the ccmmit-
tee miut get tip and shake itself if it whiles
to curry the railroad el ction next -Mon
Among oilier improvements in town
wo note tho gradual elevation of two
lioui-es -one on tlni corner of Thirteenth
ami l'ophir streets, and the other ou the
corner of Eighth etreet and Commercial
Wo were lo-d.iy surprised to seo a per.
fuel likeness of tlin late .Mr. Knglish, inn
frame 8x10, enlarged from a small cnid
photograph. It i ou exhibition at .Mr. ,1.
Sehlcsiiiger's gallery, corner Eighth street
and Ohio levee.
"Man being reasonable must get
drunk- tlio Lest of life is hut intoxica
tion," Miys liyron ; and a gentleman who
lias curtain puhlie functions in tins city is
acting upon this Jiyronical suggestion, to
tho neglect ol his duties, tlio regret of Lis
friends and tho dUgii.il of tho public.
Thebes is going to enjoy tho Fourth
in high patriotic stylo. Tho proud
American eaglo is to bo fed on patriotic
oratory, and the mvereigns, in tho faco of
all temperance expostulations', aro going
to tako their'n straight or wP'i sugnr in it
just as they pie; so.
.Sunday was rendoied very noisy by
drunken men who pcrauihiilat 1 1 lie streets
singing, swearing and lighting, A party
of riTer men from down tho river innde
themselves particularly eonspicuoii, ami
full into the gontlo clutchos of Chief My
ers, who lodged them In jail.
Tho.S'iiHof last evening stated that
the moonlight rxciitiou on Wednesday
next will bo for tho benefit of tlio silver
roriift band. Tlio excursion is for tho
bandit of nobody hut for tlm plotsnro of
UII. 1 lie liutld lihks no lieindlt (ruin 1111 v.
body or thing. It stands on its own hot-
torn, btul is pefectly independent.
Tlio ImptWts of thU city pn)no,0 .
name their church the South .S'tor Baptist
uuiiiivu neurit 01 tun north star,
but the south btar hut escaped our obscN
vaiion thus far. 0, however, wo not
astronomically learned, and are densely I
ignorani 01 many 01 Hie secret of the 1
Tope don't feel bad nt what wo .aid
about ordinanc j 1 U, The Sun bus ruhed
into iiiu ijiicmv, t a ueiitleunui who baa
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLET IN, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1871.
not requested Iho support of Its keen blade.
Tho Sun always fights most valiantly
when Ihoro is no dangerous enemy In
sight, or In favor of somebody who Is not
In need of defonse.
Tho Star Intends to grow in si.o. It
is now "tho favorito journal of all jour
nals,'' yet it has boon 110 moro than paying
expenses. "1 will," says it publiher,
"endeavor to lmvo It chuck full every Sat
urday with mnllcr to Interest all. Now,
let every boy and girl on the, Innd try to
get up clubs for it."
Mcllulc, with his jail boys, was en
gaged all day yesterday in en cling a hog
j 0 ind. And now let all str,.y pigs be
ware. Tlio police will come down on
them llko the wolf on the fold. They
should loso no time in seeking their re
spective pens and getting hit) their littlo
Tho toubles in Paris have at last sub
sided, and Wm, Ehlers has received a
largo invoice of ".lodat" and "Merciur"
French calf skins two of tlio best brands
made, which ho is ready and willing to
manufacture Into boots and shoes, for any
and all persons who tiro willing to pay tho
highest cash prices. His shop is on 20lh
street, 'opposite tho oourt liouso hotel.
A citizen of tho country precincts yes-
torJny culled on JiidgoUrosa anil Informed
him that "if tho county court made n movo
to issuo bonds to tho Cairo and Vincennes
railroad company, ho would enjoin the
court." Tho Judgo, witli characteristic
bluntness, told him to enjoin and bo d d ;
that if tlio pcoplo ordorcd tho bonds to bo
issued tho pcoplo would bo obeyed. Bully
William Alba's harbor shop is grow
ing In public favor every day. It is neatly
lilted up, nnd can boast of tho most skill
full workmen in tho city. The proprletoj
has had many years' experience in his bus
iness nnd is rccognlzod ns ono of tlio most
export shavers in Southern Illinois, xvhilo
young Alba is a master in his profession
Citizens and strangers xvho wish a pain
less shave, a luxurious champoolng, or
their hair cut in tlio latest stylo should
patronlzo Alba. His shop is on Washing.
ton avenue next door to llimnon s news
The furnoral ceremonies over tlio
body of the Into Professor English, at tho
mcthodi't church on Sunday evoning
woro verv solemn and impressive. Tho
Ilov. Mr. Footo dolivored an eloquent di
couso which was listened to by an immenso
itudlonce. At tho conclusion of tho cere
mony, tho procession the largest ovor
seen in Cairo formed, and followed tho
remains to tlio Illinois Central depot.
They were tliero taken in charge of by tho
widow and tho father of tho deceased and
nro now on tlio way to his former home in
The barber shop of Gus Hinie, on Scv
qnlli street, between Commercial nvcnuo
and Ohio levee, has becoino a placo of
popular resort, visited by all persons who
know how to appreciate u close and de
licious shave. Otis is u master in his pro
fession, and employs only tlio most skill
ful of workmen. His razors aro always in
order, his towels faultlessly clean and his
shop the neatest and most comfortable in
tho city. Givo Gus a call, and experience
his skillful manipulations of your beard
and you will know what tho pleasures of
a llrst'class sliavo are,
Tlioro is nothing moro delightful than
11 moonlight excursion, nml our citizens
uro to hnvo an opportunity to enjoy such
nn oxcursion on Wednesday evening next.
Tho steamer Eckcrt will leave Captain
Phillip's wharf boat at precisely 8 o'clock,
landing nt Mound City lit !) and at Caledo
nia at 10 o'clock. Tho affair will bo under
the management of tho silver cornet band
and Captain Dugun, which announcement
in sullicient assurance that it will ho con-
dueled with tho utmost regard to propriety
and tho pleasure of tho oxcursiouist. Tho
services of nn e.xeullent string band have
been procured, and refreshments will be
abundant. Tho public generally 1110 in
vltcd to attend. Tickets, $1.00 per couple;
children, i!5 cents
A number of tho members of the
congregation of tlio metliodest church.
propose giving u bakot picnic on the
Fourth of duly, and of enjoying alao, a
trip from Cairo up tho Toiinesteo river,
leaving hero at 8 o'clock a. in, and return
ing about 10 o'clock tho evening of the
same day. For this purpose the steamer
Eekert has been chartered. A string hand
has alo been engaged, which, in the eyes
of the young foil; at least, will not bo tlio
least attractive feature of tho occasion.
The a Hair is in the hands of tome of our
lest people, and if Cairoites will leave
homo 10 recreate on the Fourth, thoy
should by all means avail themselves of
this opportunity to spend a pleasant day,
in genial company, upon tho best of pic
nieing bouts, nnd the lovliest of western
'There is no groat loss without soino
small gain ;" and if it is a groat loss to
have in our midst n hole which equals i 1
ovory thing that is depraved in humanity
tho rottencs-t row in creation, it is si II,
perhaps romo gain to know that only
places aU'edlng metropolitan airs can af
ford such vicious luxuries. Cairo has just
such n luxury ; and 0110 has only to make
tho rounds of tlio pquaro boui.dej partially
by Commercial avenue, Thirteenth and
Poplar fctreots to bo convincod of it.
Talk about descending to tho lovel of tlio
brute, or tho correctness of the thpory so
ably ndviincod by Mr. Darwin. It is the
merest moonshine. Tho shanties which
lino this squaro nnd thoso who occupy
thorn, aro 11 slander upon tho compnritcn
generally instituted with tlio uuclmiii
pioncd brutes, nnd knock Mr. Darwin's
logic into a cockod hat. Tho very lo'vest
orders of animal creation, in their llltlilet
condition, do not begin to equal in natural
or rather unnatural depravlly, the den
izens of thU Poplar street squ ro. Iliad;
and white prostitute', witli their white
and black paramours, holding forth in dens
'dnh would shame hogs-styes or soap-
uu'g lactones lor tliu stencjici tiiey eon-
tribute to tho neighborhood; black eyoi,
imiuen iimuJ, unwashed tucim, uukumpl
hair, coverings but little more oxtruva
KMtt than that reputed to bo possessed bt
Mother live, nro but a few of Uiu
which nro nlwayg In full vIow of tho
passer-by. It is nn nwful sennn of vice.
squalor nnd misery, and calls loudly for
somo action from our munlelnnl nnthorl.
ties-or, at loast, aid from thoso authori
ties to such phllanthrnpl.u nniong our
clergy and laity as aro disposed to enter
this lleld, and work for thu good cause.
The task which the authorities or ll.o phi
laiithropists imposo upon them
selves by such nn undertaking
is, wo know, nn arduous one: and
the. chances of escaping from such n siege
llhscorerod and tinaiiiged arc, to ,Hy the
1 as , very slim. They might, however;
for were not Shadrach, Abcdnego, and an
other undent Individual whoso name just
now escapes our memory, thrown Into n
llery furniture for their devotion to tho
Loid by a cruel Persian unbeliever, nnd
did not they emerge unhurt ? Of course
they did, and they showed their faith by
A FINK LOT OP III1U.1KIIOI.I) AND KITCHEN
VU'llNlTlIHK AT M Its, WAIlWlUK'tt 11ES
IHK.NCK, I will otl'er for sale, on Thursday, Juno
29, nt hnlf-past t) o'clock n.m., nt the roii
denco of Mrs. I. M. Warwick, on tho cor
ner of Twelfth street and Commcrclnl av
enue, n largo assortment of parlor, bed
room and kitchen furniture, consisting of
sofas, chairs, mirrors, carpels, bedsteads,
mattresses, pillows, stoves, cooking uten
sils, bureaus, knives, forks, etc. Salo pos
itive and without rcsorvc.
1). Hahtman, Auctioneer.
GOOD NEWS FOR THE LADIES.
Mrs. J. Cummings desires to inform tho
ladles that sho is nbout to disposo of ltor
spring nnd summer stock of goods nt cost.
Her stock comprises a very flno selection
of hats, bonnets, flowers, ribbons, etc., nil
of which xvero chosen with great care. All
tho lndios who want reasonable, tnstcful
and cheap gvods should not fail to patron
izo Mrs. Cummings, as sho intends to put
all her goods nt tbo very lowest cosh
price, in order to disposo of them ns qnlck
ly as possible. Grcnt bargains can bo
mndo for tho next fow days.
Keliadle and Safk. Dr. Honry's
Boot nnd Plant Pills nro mild and plcnso
nnt in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tiroly vegetable, they enn bo taken xvlth
out regard to diet or business. They
nrouso tho liver nnd secretive organs into
healthy action, throwing off discaso with
out exhausting or debilitating tlio systom,
Try them and you will bo satisfied
Prico 25 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medicine everywhere.
Prepared by the Grafton Mcdicino Co., St
Loui., Mo. my9dm
" TitLTH is powcrlul and must prevail,"
and it is truo that thoro is not a better
boot and shoemaker in Caiio than l'hllltp
llaugh. Ono trial is butlicient to satisfy
any onoof tho fact, that for durability,
stylo and fitness, his work cannot bo ex
celled. He can bo found at nil times at
his shop, on Eighth street near Ohio
Levee, nnd not confining himself to nny
peculiar stylo or fashion, can guarantee
to his friends and customers full and com
plete satisfaction. je-20-tf
You can get tho host opieuro broilers,
bread tosters, bird cages, clothes wrlngors,
brushes, flowor baskets, fruit cans, fluting
irons, pinking irons, cash boxos, toilet
sets, wooden bowls, grindstones, charcoal
furnncoi, county hollow ware, tinwaro of all
kinds, and n flno assortment of cooking
stoves, among which is tho well-known
Lady ,Gay, tlio best cook in tho market, at
H. Halloy's stovo storo, No. ICC Welling
ton avenue, near Tenth street, Cairo, Ills.
City Makshal's Notice. Notico is
hereby given that on and after this dato
tho ordinnncs providing for tho impound
ing of hogs, horses, mules end other ani
mals found running nt largo contrary to
tho provisions of said ordinances, will bo
rigorously onforcod, tho necessary pounds
for tlio purposo having boon crectod. Par-
tics interested will tako notico and govorn
themselves accordingly. A. Cain,
Juno 27, 1808. 27t2 City Marshal.
Ghkat Excitement. Tho city has
been agitated during tho past wook on tho
subject of tho excellent St. Louis Beer,
AVeiss Beer, Bhino Wine, and splendid
cigars for salu at Charloy Schonomoyer's
saloon. His AVeiss Boor is becoming n
popular drink his Bhino AVlno is tho
best in the city, his St. Louis Beor
always icu cool. Tho Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho cornor of Tenth street nnd
A i'h'ngton avonuo, whoro nil lovers of
good things to drink should call.
The Kenton Cohn Mill. This estab
Bailment, cornor of Commercial avonuo
and TtYontioth street, is now in cliargo of
Mr. M. 1). Guntor, who having purchased
nnd thoroughly refitted it, invltoj tho at
tention of the puhlie to tlio fact that hois
nuw prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tho very best nrticlo of corn meal.
Orders left at tho mill or sent through tho
postollico will receive prompt attention.
A Cuke GUAitANTEEH. Kress' Kovcr
Tonic is universally recognized ns tliu best
medicine extant for tlio curso of fovors.
It Is for salo by P. G. Scliuh, druggist,
two doors south of the postofllcc. and ho
guarantees all who buy from him that it
will euro chills and fevers. If it does not
euru .Mr. hoiiuii agroes to return tho
money. Can anything bo fairer than
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand.
The array of Charter Oak Stoves now
in activu rorvlco In the kitchens of tho
south and west Is over ono hundred and
fifty thousand strong, and doing tlio work
of ilirico that number of stoves of other
FituiT Foil Sale. Tho undersigned of
fers fur salo, in tho orchard, in Pulaski
county, nino miles from Cairo, n largo
amount of choice fruit, consisting of
poaches, pears, npples, quincos, etc. This
fruit can bo bought at n great barg.iin, if
applied for soon. Enquire of
j. ft. uawki.v,
jun'.ld2w U. S. Custom Hoiuo, Cairo.
11amii.ton'h Uuchu and Dnndollon ns
good an article ns Holmbold'a lluchu nnd
for tun iioifi, for salo at V. O. Schuh'B
THE BALLAUD WAREHOUSE.
T011ACC0 FA I ft TO- M 0 It HOW IMPROVEMENTS
IN THE WAREHOUSE A NEW WAREHOUSE
IN CONTEMPLATION FINE TOIIACCO TO
HE DISPLAYED TO-MOItllOW A 0001)
WOllD FOIt DAVIDSON THANKS (IP THE
PROPRIETOR") TO THE PREf OF THE
Everybody, wo presume, is awaro that
a tobacco fair is to bo hold to-morrow at
the Ballard tobacco wurebotise. F.vety
preparation bus been made by the propri
etory 1). iiurd ii Sou, lo make il 11 grand
success. Extensive and co'tly Improve
ments have recently been made in thu
warehoU'u building, which add greatly
to its appenriinco nnd laeilltute the hand
ling of tobacco. Ono hundred hogsheads
can be placed upon tho brakes at ono tlmo,
leaving storago capacity In tho main
building for fivo hundred more. Tills is
all on tho main or ground floor. Tho sec
ond story Is used for storing light pack
ages nnd soiling by sntnplo, and is admir
ably adapted to that purpose. Abundanco
of light Is thrown into tho room from n
largo skylight in tho roof and the windows
on tho sides and ends. This il said, by
thoso posted, to bo tho best room, particu
larly on account of light, for tbo purposo
for which it is used in tho west. Messrs.
1). ;llurd & Son havo spared nothing in
building up a tobacco market at this
point, and their wnrohouso system
Is almost perfection. Their salo tako
placo nt 11 n.m., and tho plan
tor in attondunco has tho proceeds of his
tobacco bv 2 o'clock 0.111.. nnd Is on his
way homo; this is ono featuro that lias
tended much to tho prosperity of this in
stitution. System nnd n strict regard to
tho interest of tho planter, nro paramount
tonllclso; nnd b'"lucs3 moves on llko
Tho proprietors havo in contemplation
tho orcctlon of a now wnreho' o next sea
son, which, If carried out nccordlng to
their nt prcsont conceived idons, will bo
tho grandest structure of tho kind iu tho
Thcro is no doubt that more flno tobac
co will bo exhibited hero than nt uny fair
this season, nnd thcro will bo buyers from
nil parts of tho country. Through tho
untiring enorgy of Mr. C. 0. Davidson,
tho superintendent of tho Ballard ware
house, everything will bo in older for the'
fair by to-morrow morning.
Tho proprietors deslro us to say that
thoy aro under obligations to the many
nowspapcrs of tho country, for tho favor.
nblo manner in which thoy have noticed
tho coming fair, ns well as tho tobacco in
terest of Cnlro gcnernlly. Thoy will take
pleasure In cxtonding every courtesy in
their power to members of tho press who
may visit the fair.
The house horctoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Levee betwoon
Fourth and Sixth streets. This house, if
not tho best business house is certainly
ono of the best stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near tlio Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho snino building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply next
door at Kobcrt Smyth & Co's. wholesolo
grocery storOj tf
Hklmiiold b Extract Sarsaparilla is
tho great blood purifier: thoroughly
cleanses and renovates tho cntiro system,
and readily enters into tho circulation of
tbo blood; after purging with Helmiiold's
Grape Pills, tho foul humors that havo
accumulated in tho systom for yean!
Both nro carefully prepared according to
tho rules of pharmacy and chemistry nnd
nro thoroughly reliable A test of l'J years
has proved this. Try them.
St. N icholas. TJay boarders can sc
curo good accommodations at tho St. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
wook. Tho liouso is at tho cornor of Ohio
levee and Eighth street, a central location,
nnd is proprietorcd by Hany AVnlker,
who is allvo to tho wants of his '.patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at tho office.
Meats. Tho urnncli meat shop of Jamos
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocory storo of James
Carroll, is now in-full blast, and this pop
ular butcher is supplying all tho refined
meat caters of that portion of tho Fourth
AVard with splendid miat. 'If you havo
not tried him givo him a call. tf
For Sale. A good buggy will bo sold
cheap for cash ; may bo used for ono or
two horses. Any person desiring to pur
chase will find it to their Interest to call
on tho subscriber, nt tho cornor of Tenth
nnd AVulnut streets. AVm. Berry.
For Sale. Tho storc-houso on tho cor
ner of Tenth nnd AVnlnut strcots, nnd nlso
tho stock of groceries therein, nro offored
for salo togethor or scpnrntoly. Also, n
good buggy nnd harness will bo sold on
privuto terms. Apply for particulars on
tlio promises. BEN. F. ECHOLS.
Bead tho advertisement in another col
umn of tho ontorprlso in aid of a public
library at Omaha. Being legal and con
ducted legally and opsnly is a suro guar
antee of fairness. jo'27d&wlw.
Economy. By using Mrs. AVhltcomb's
Syriio for children, many a doctor's bill
can bo saved, and much suffering averted.
Rend tho ndvortlsomont in another col-
Last Chance. Tho tlmo draws near.
Securo your tickets In tho Grand Gift
Legal Kcstlvnl in nid of it public library,
at Omaha boforo you havo to pay u largo
premium. It is said to bo n grand suc
cess, Kvorybouy u eonuueni it is con
ducted on tlio " squaro."
ScHLEKMiNtiEK is doing a driving busi
ness in nls picture gaiiory. no novor
fulls in his xvork, consequently novor losos
a customer. His rooms nro always
crowded with admiring visitors.
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS! 1 1
Klvo hundred dozen No. 1 Tin KKU1T
CANS at the nkw-york btorf, nt $1.00
per dozon. Largost wholesale nnd retail
stock In tho city.
UKKKI.Y & l'ARTEK.
Kindlino. 600 11 glass boxes " for salo
nt & conts cmu. W. AY. Thornton.
A. II A L L E y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, t Inline Wringer, Toilet
Ware, (,'onl Hod, I'ireHh.ivel, Air (late.
mamitacti urn or
TIN, ZINC. COPPEB AND SHEET
I BON WAKE.
No. 1G0 Washiiigton-avoinio,
JTItoofing, Oiitleringi nnd all kind of,ih
work doliital hoilet notice, futiltlil
1'R ACT 1 C A h V'A'IV 1 1 M A K Ell
NO. 1&0 AVASH1NGTON AVENUE,
CAIRO, I I, 1. 1 N 01S,
Ha on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JKWELBY, ETC.
Particular altenllun giviu lo
BEPA1HING FINE AVATCHES.
Tho litrgent atock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
ih Tiiv cirr.
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAH REMOVED FROM PERRY HOUSE
TO Til r
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST.
OPPOSITE WINTER'h IILOCK,
XA now ou hand all kind of
HE HAS .MARKED DOAVN PRICES
To the lowet living figure, an, I he invite the
patronage ol ine plll.lic.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAN. JAVi:it A CO.,
KEKP contnntly on ham! the beat of U'el,
pork, million, el, lumh, aalisage, pudding,
etc, Kreh white Hnl ill liny iUanlily, corned
beef, etc., alwaya on hand.
Order promptly tilled, mid aatl'fjclinii warian
nillrliPr mid Dealer III nil Kinil I'rcli
OllNIH .Vl.MTI I MM AMI 1'ill'I.AR Sllil I T,
BUVH and slaughter only the very bed cattle,
hogt and aheep, and i piepired lo fill an)
demand for freah inenl from one pound to leu
thoaand pound. dec'uif
DUti UAH'S WONDERFUL
BET1IESDA MINERAL SPRING
OP AVAUKESHA AVISCONSIN.
This water la the acknowledged cure of the In
tractable and incurablu duea.se know mis HrlshPa
disease and diabetes,
llright'e disease is falal to the kidney, the body
wastes away, ui'droys life hy starvation of tho
DiaDFtca commences with frooucnt doalicx to
pasB water, great Hi rut, constipation, loss of
strength and Mesh,
Astonishing euros of dropsy have been effected,
brick-dust deposit, Inrlainatlon of tho neck of the
bladder, alkali, and gouty swelling. For the
liver It la iinsiirpassod. It will allay all inllama
tionof the kidney nnd urinary organs In twenty
four hours, giving Immediate relief; nlo a scar
let fever It prevents tho kidney from congealing.
nml mnv ill Inma of nlblllliencrla. 11 will
givo relief Inall VffoflfititXV: ...
Ocnoral Agent at tho Hjirings, Waukeihn, Wis.
.. .... . nmii,i uiih nnv nt tho lore-
going d.Oi.0H: write To the undef-lgned. Ilia
idvlcowlllcoat yoanothlngl he can by chemical
5nLyala poea hlm.o'f ot clear kriowled.o of
...i, ....,, ,.tter ol how lonir aland.
hVir H i wonderful dlscovory-HethosdaMlDernl
Wi or-na positive wmody for the foregoing
ailment. It liaa nover failed lo do what ho claims
lot 7t where ever used. This water ha the eamo
good ellect at the remotest part of the country,
that It haa at the Springs! It never loses a parll
calof ita medicinal ipulilleaby package or trans
portation, uireuiiona now w ubu mu wuiur uuu
BiiiIdl'i. Waukesha. Win.
AKuta wautvd tveryulm.
ID 1 TJ G- C3- X S ' J1 B
l ii ii. n mr
AT IIARCI.AYs' Dill 0 s'lllllE
I nun Ml I lit I'm I
MOCKING lillil) FOOD
All. IIMIIV loll r. HITIIIMT TfiUfW
Jl i: I. m n o i, D'g
OltAPEj (atawra 1 r f ORAPE1 PILLS
GBAPEIca TAWIIA l L' I (IHAI'Ij1 11 I.I tl
AMI All. or
ii r. i. ti ii o i, i h n i; it i vts v.h
IT.ESII FROM FIRST HAND",
AIh.1) in l(K k In large ciipply, nnd for eile hy
II hi- r I n y II r o h .
33 LIT 33 LICK
-I U M T R K C K I V F. D
I'lirNiileliy llic (ilim, llollli- sirUnllon
C5yE.-TiiA Fine Cologne;
CSTGenuine Imported Extracts
rjr"-HAiit, Tooth and Nail Bih'.miei
Coy-lNDIA RUIIIIEII NUR-iKllV (ii)oD-.
PURE AVIIITE LEAD
PUKE FRENCH ZINC
lied gride In Urge dock and va
ritly, Very cheap;
Full Line of Coloi-.o,
tH AMI II OIL ;
I'alnt Hrildie, I.i-ioei Oil,
Whllewo-h llruhe, Turpentine,
V.irniflic. Klc. ic,
AIL h!M A MJ IIIMUkb ul UITIIS
At Barclay .
tine lhee only, -nd ae lime, i, n,i
munej. si.oii iwiii.i mr anYia.ror .1 m.t.
any Ue whien tin y lull to cure.
DK. RICIIAU S DOLDEN BALSAM
.No. 1 and are .he g.ea ed altera t ,.nowr
Hit. UICIiaI-iSi.OI.IiKN KMXIH D'AMut It
canid'"'""""' l"niV l",r"lK;nl 10 'Oiiiei-
I'll. ItK'IIAIVM OUI.DEN .' NTIIXITI;
Is the only reliable diurauc.
JUT, are not advertised to cure all
cornphiint, ftrid benefit none , but are guaranteed
to eilect a radical ami pee,, cine in till cae for
which ther are ii-ootiimrndid, when all other
treatment ha ImUiI. Ten of thouand yearly
recover by their ue, who havo lod all hope, and
mHffSr "1C""1'1" '"'
DR. ItlCHAU S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1, cure ulcer, ulcerated nore throat and
innulli, -on. eye,, cutaueou eruptlcn. i opper
color.. , 0 ten.-., forener, of ihe .-alp, aero h 1 1.
i i "nerator. alterative am
blood purifier litiown. remove, nil mercury fr" ,
healthy'. "' ha"!" W0,1 f'"e
1)11. HlCHAl-a OOI.I)i:.N IIAUSAM,
No t, , nre inerciirial ailection, rheumatism n
eaM-s 8I,',' ',,"n''ll"t,, Klief in all
Mt. ItlCHAfS OOLUIIN ANTIUOTK,
A radical cure for all urinary derangement
Price, $1 per bottle. '
UK. HICHAU'.S COLDKN KI.IXIK D'A.MOt'lt,
A ridlcnlcurefnrnervoiiN orrencral debility, m
elie"tr ,J"""' ""l'ar"nK '"'rgy with wonderful
Prico S per bottle, or two for S'J.
On receipt of price, theo remedlew bodnp.
ped lo nnv place. Prompt attention paid lo all
oorreoioniientB. None genuine without the name
of ' III.. HICII.UPHnOI.DKN KKMlHJIUS, II H
Kiciuiios, aole proprietor," blown in gn of
Circular sent. Trade supplied as a liberal dis
count. Addrei, Kr. D. II. Mellaril, B2S Varlck-nt., N Y
W-Hen, mouey by express or order pood
through jour Hriiggi!, and joti will meet'wlth
no lo Jel7dawlf
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, Hill, trains wil
ruu an lullows;
Tasiaa ooiso soitiivist.
Leave irginin C:lun.m
" Hpringlicld tusn " ,
" 'I .( lur villi- I0..12 " .
Arrive at Pami n-pj m.
. :i 00 1
.. Ml i'
Tiitiss ooisu nostiiwmt.
I.eate P.ma l:liiln,tn
" Tailorville 1:17 ' '.
.srrno ai Bpringneiii.i,;is
heme Hpinglleld Oi'il "
Arritcnt Virginia 8.25 "
SOUTH Klt.N DIVISION.
TIUINM U0INU SOCTItr.AST,
I.eavo Kdgowood 6:30 n.m lo.inn.m.
" Flora tws 11:10
Arrive at Hliawiicetowiiftftfp.m !M p,m
TnAlsa ooinii nuiitiiivist.
I.eiivc Hhawneelown 6:15 n.m 8.20p,m
" Flora 2.5S " , 7;uo''
Arrive at Kdgewood 1:50 ' :li0 "
TI10O.M n.m. train Irom Kdgewood, runs only
Mondays, WedneBilaya and Fridays, and 6:15 a.m.
train fiom Bhawneolown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Kalurdaya.
Connects nt Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton lUllroad, for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, a nd all points west.
At Bprliiglleld, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lor
liloomlnglon, Chicago, and all points north.norlh
went and west, 1
AU'ann w in Ind. nnd HI. I.otils, nnd Illinois
Central Railroad lor nil points east, south and
At Kdgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio nnd Mississippi Railroad.
AtHlmwncotowii, with sleamboais for Cincin
nati, Pad uoah, Cairo nnd Ht. Louis.
John Foositt, Qen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
CHROMATIC work printing in many and
and varied colors at ono IninresHlon. on the
celebrated chromatic nrnss ilonn nt tbn ltnlleiin
job printing otlice. This is tho most remaikablo
press ovor invented, as 11 perrorins in ono nay
the work, in colored printing, of ten ordinary
presses, thereby rodiicmg tlm rosi of that charac
ter of work ton Tory low rato.
JOHN II. onEM.YA CO.'H Hook Illndery, in
Iho HvLirTiN llullding, I piepared to furnish I
all kind of blank b ol.s lo thu inilillu and do all t'.
Kiuua ui uiiiiiiii, .