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" TBi DOLLAR WJCBKtr BULLETIN.
Js-m II. Oberlj Co- ' f,'""'l ' "
eriplioa ' w"kl' clro ,,ull,in
0 Warper mMn " ,h ch(PMt I
Gov. Palmer lias been ill with the
measles. As lie is out of danger, jokes
are in orJer.
A traveler has discovered that Eu
ropean princcs5e., as a class, nro homo
lj and ungraceful.
The citizens of Jacksonville are
starting a movement for a new insane
asjlum at that place to ho built and
sustained independent of the State.
A late decision of the secretary of
the treasury is that iron barges of for
eigo build cannot be used on the Mis
sissippi river in the transportation of
grain from St. LouU to New Orleans.
The Washington Patriot says the
president is no reformer. True, lie
is one of the evils to be reformed the
material on which the most skillful re
formers may try their skill in vain.
Xew-Voiik city ought to tender
the "usual acknowledgements" on
thanksgiving day with more than
usual heartiness, owing to hor late nar
row escape from cholera and n radical
Grand Dukk Alexis, in his reply
to the welcoming speech of Gen. Dis,
declared that Gen. Grant's high charac
ter 13 greatly appreciated in Russia.
He should have said, " high old char
1 acter," which, slangy as the expression
is, asserts very truly the etiolation in
which the president is held by a major
ity of the American people.
Mu. PiiEU'S, a member of the state
legislature from Cook county, lias in
troduced a resolution into the house
that no member ahscut from his teat
without leave shall draw pay for the
time he is away. The measure certain
ly seems an honest and a just one both
to taxpayers aud legislator and docs
credit to the man who proposed it.
An ex-army cUuiiiuiu has been tirac-
ticing the arts of tho kn-Jclux in the
streets of New-York. Waylaid by two
negroes, who demanded h'u money or
his life, he defended himself with his
cane, crippling one of the would-be
robbers. If the affair had ouly oc
curred in South Carolina, the negro
would get his rights in a jiffy.
The latest news from Utah is to tho
effect that the saints are willing and
anxious to come to au amicablo under
standing with the government. They
have signified their desire to have the
territory of Utah admitted as a state,
with a constitution forbidding polyg
amy from the date of its adoption. This.,
however, with the agreement that those
who now rejoice m the possession of
one or a dozen wives shall be allowed
to continue such relations until death
do them part.
Absolltelv touching is the corres
pondence between Collector Murphy
and President Grant regarding tho res
ignation of the former as collector of
"ie port 01 Mw York. The
theuc tear wells. )
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iiuiii mi I'v.t nnn tiiik i
and acceiitaneo Mnrr,!,,.'.. i ..., .i i . . .
vi.tjiwntt. .Murphy h letter is en, tho bummer candidate for mayor, had
pathetic aud dignified, Grant's ditto. usd the relief fund, which had been con-
The friendship of David and Jonathan fldcd 10 1,111 cnrf in I'1 eflbrts to make his
as cold to tW VkI, appears to exist c"'"nB u,,d t''ection Btire. Ho is not gull-
between the cx-coUcctor and t t,V A blcsgo telegram Is in tho words
dent. Another itm.,1, r
fection b..twn,.,. . r Str"B af'
ection between men u furnished by
xuese tw-), and Grant and Murphy will
K ineir Places 111 h lr,r,. i.
Bide vrill. Ii i . J I
...... uaiuuu unu 1 ytllia etp I
ie sincerity or tbis feeling doeM.'i 1
f ily make Murphy an vonp.
ii.d ci .1.. V 1 7. . .,mx
m", tnd since tho f. Vi
tion i. 11 ,! Cf ,US 8-
.,. . .t 7 r"u""-ui l"c peonie arc
content tb&t be r.houl.1 r'. .
tn Bolt Jiglit of Graufu undiminUh.,1
continence and esteem.
THE .Viiwuri Dmocrat r
aimer is WlIur . w ,f J ?.T-
This is true. Th dli , 7 , , , '
j i i . , rttlllai ofiiee-holder
in whoso breast bum .. .
of honest devotion to th eouatitution
"IV 1U1I1L MTitl
..... v QotihUtution ni , majesty, rocont
of his country occupies an aucm0l0UB f nol:ommcneo till many months
position and a painful ouo, and, 1 Uiel conLcaon1 HTC,ni,U,on- Thoro Wtt no
nature of things, cannot expect lo have
otner than u hard timo of it. If, like raatlonle.. a .utetnJnt i "uu,ea u' . , ,
Oo W,n, l, i i ,i ' that In rnn.r 1 'lttJ 1 "ol !erd Th,iru ! prizes, tho prlnc pal
Oot. I aimer, lie docs what he coneeivM u whkh tn -7 '' V f 1,10 r'Hvo terms prUe, a. I. well-known, b -ing a .plcndld
Jlin .t h kD0WB 1,IS rCffard edVcer rS! n ' ' residence, thatwa,ereetedaUtcostSf$10,-
wiu ue tne gcorn of Ida .r..10ii... Tr . . u'"unt of credence
he FtrauL'lti bi.
a ""'"icuousanu puruues
.eoarw aocepUblo to hiB party, he is
lashed by tho Hti,,K. and an
outraRed oontcleocc. Gov. Vmt took
j9 -lteruaUve, and has found to his cost
jh-t tiB radical pcrfy toltraUi i,0 old-
twiouea laeis of living up to the
iJlnlion. Amonc Onv. Palmer' ? r
mcr friends such nolib is nro oh .etc.
Mr linviiit? fnnli.hlv I UwR " icW of
them, ho ling made l is way in the
i I. .mh1 In Irnvnl
radical party n iiarun
J! km puis is " peculiar city one
whoso male citizens say wnnt incypicasc
in whom they please, always with the
ndded remark accompanied by n tap
on the pistol pocket, "if you don't like
it, sir, you know where to find inc.
This is u distinctive trait of character
uharcd by tho regenerate nnd unrcgen
nto alike, as witness u heated discussion
now going on between tho spiritualists
nd orthodox christians of the Bluff
citv. I ho Ilcv. , u godly minister,
few days ngo walked rough shod into
spiritual lecture lately delivered in the
opera house in .Memphis, prefacing his
pulpit strictures with the customary re
mit k, worded to suit the occasion, "if
the opera house lecturer don't like my
remarks he knows where to find me."
Precisely. If tho opera house lecturer
is a Memphis man, "to the manner
Dorn, we have no advice to offer.
If not ho will bo more likely to die in
is bed if he doesn't find his reverend
I 11 I. O .11
The New-York Evening Post pro
fesses to believe that Gen. Grant lias
forsaken the error of his ways and has
deserted dishonesty aud eschewed San
Domingo. " Therefore," nays tho Post,
the prospect now is that tho republican
nomination for president will be set.
tied inside tho republican party, as it
was iu 186 1 and 18GS, and that it will
take another overwhelming defeat in
1872, finally, to break up and set aside
the old democratic organization." The
Pott indicates very truly the " pros
pects, ' as seen from the standpoint of
the present time ; but the probabilities
are that the republican disseutions will
work tho downfall of radicalism in
1872, and that the democracy will stand
at its grave as it has stood at tho grave
of the other parties into collision with
which it came in the past. The defeats
of 1871 may, and we believe will, re
sult in the triumph of the party in 1872.
Victory this year would have made tho
party indiscreet ; defeat has made it
wise. Victorious, it would have chosen
a standard-bearer around whom tho con
servative republicans would riot have
rallied ; defeated, it will select a candi
date under whose banner all the haters
of despotism and all the lovers of re
publican government can rally and
fight with enthusiasm, All that is
necessary is that democrats should be
courageous. It will not uo to uesponu.
Wc arc hattling for the right, and to
fight for that in a minority is fur more
gloriou than to go over to tho strong
Sflo battling til the cause oforrnr. Si)
surrender. Close the lines again. Once
more into the breach, good democrats !
Btf A "Washington tuleijrum informs
this public that tho programme for the so
lution of the Mormon d i tflcultici lias been
jmrtially agrocd upon, nnd It is believed
thut it will finally be adopted by the Mor
mon leii'Jcrs. As soon ai congress meets'
a bill will be introduced Irtennblo the peo
ple) of Utah to form a statu constitution
and apply tor admission into the United
States. The territory hns already tho re
quired populution. If u new stnto gov
eminent is formed, polygamy can bo
abolished in tho local constitution by
siaiuie niter a any to to natneii, proviUca
mat tne preicnt wives nnu children oi tue
Mormons aro recognized as legal, so that
bastardy and adultery nhall not bo as
sumed to exist, and the line of inheritance
la r.l ndPorsenil 7 1 itrlckw
down. This policy it Is iloclared will vir-
tuiilly tin away with polygamy, nnd nt
tho same time protect the rights ol inno
HfJX. Let us do the fuir thine with C. 0.
1. of the Holden family. During the
prevalence of ths excitement created hv
i .. . . .. .. ...
luo cunvnss tor city nmuers in unica
go, it whs charged thnt Mr. C. C. P. Hold
lollowing: '1 ho Investigation or tho man-
"Semcntof Mr. C. C. I. Holden of there-
Hot funds, has developed that that gentle-
mun turned over to tho treasurer all mon-
ev n his Imnda wlinn ronnlv...!. 'Phi. f.it.
1. l.l... r .1.. i
' una jnuii mo cuurgo oi
misapproprlotlon, whieh was freely made
' ""K Mr. Holdcn's candidacy for mayor,
11 u dl,u 10 dm to say that ho stand, ac-
1 ' UUU 10 "lm 10 6a' tlmt "0tu c-
nultUdoftW. and other charges in tho
u0' 01 Ullt community,
.. Sir William Jenncr write, to the
,,rlli,b WeJie(i Journal: "A statement
Having been widely circulated to tho olToct
,bat,tl",Qu:cn'8 recent illness wa. the
C'?U of. w"non, I trust you will,
iL T, S mmh mo to Blvo
1,10 must unqualiOed contradiction to tl.n
rennn ti. ... . , "10.n.t0 11,0
I -.--.. llViU II HUL H at IlRMfltlt nr r.. 1.
1 m" ff U in fact- 1Icr ,nuJty' recent
8rLouI. Kossuth J Hvlm. i.
,( , . fn . ---o ... ie.
tired manner nt Turin. ItnU. u .
-. b"'-uii"v iovvutj u rcpubllciui
ferra of gctornment in Europoi thinks
". aji is so causing Harm to the tmUl .iv iv.i...minK hvc prizei aro us
THE CAIRO DAILY
that the trouble In Austria will result In
tho downfall of tho homo of Hnpsburg;
fears that Hungary will opposo Ocrmnn
unity, will miss her opportunity of becom
ing mi independent state and will bo sub
jected to a fate llko that of Poland, nnd
ays that "Count Amlrnssy Is as much an
Austrian lo-dny as Von Bcust.1' Kossuth's
health Is still good.
BfJuA. telegram dated nt Koine, Novem
ber 21st, says: "King Victor Emanuol
made his entry into Homo to-day. He
w as met at the gates by tho heir apparent,
Prlnco Humbert, tho ministers of the
crown, and a largo body of tho national
guard ot tho city. Tho populaco thronged
the streets in Immense numbers, and greet
cd tho king with earnest enthusiasm dur
ing his progress to tho Qulrlnnl, whero ho
hns taken up his residence.
Tho elections in Newfoundland to
decide whether the island should be con
federated with tho Now Dominion have
resulted unfavornblr to tho Union party.
St. Johns, which Is represented in tho lo
cal legislature by six members, has ro.
turned that number unanimously opposed
to the wishes of tho crown. In many
parts of tho island there was no opposition
to tho anti-confederate candidates.
t& A letter to tho St. Louis Democrat
from Northwestern Missouri mentions a
singular physical phenomenon occurring
there. It says a continual rain has dc
scended for two weeks from ti cloudlou
sky, nnd is confined to a spaco of only
twenty feet In dlamotor. The phenomenon
has been observed by many persons, nnd
tho wrltorasks for a scientific explanation.
A San Francisco letter snvs: "The
Kor. Horatio Stcbblns, tho successor of
Starr King in tho pulpit of tho Unitarian
church, has recently rocolvcd n call to fill
an eastern pulpit, with the promise of a
salary of $10,000. Tho socloty will en
deavor to offset it. Stcbblns Is our
Bcechor, nnd yet ho docs not equal the
Into lamented Starr King."
General O. O. Howard, Commis
sioner of tho Frccdmon's Bureau, in his
forthcoming annual report, will recomend
tho total abolition of what there ii left of
that institution, nnd tho transfer of Its
functions to other departments. Littlo
remains to be done savo tho adjustment
of the claims of colored soldiers for back
At a caucus of the colored mem
bers of the South Carolina state legislature,
held last week, it was resolved to make no
appropriation during tho coming session
for the payment of the interest on the
state debt. They also doclarcd themsel ves
in favor of repudiating both tho old and
the new debt of tho state.
I A special dispatch from Versailles,
France, to the London Standard, says the
commission for arbitration of tho Alabama
claims will assemble in Geneva on tho
12th of December, and that the sittings
will continue all winter. About five hun
dred casus will bo presented to tho consid
eration of tho commission.
BOy Tho Umpcror William has cuustid
his grand-son, Frederick "William, son of
tho hortidltnry I'rinrn, to bn nnrnllml in
tho regiment of tho Guard of St. Peters
burg, now in garrison at Warsaw. Tho
Empress Augusta, attended by a numer
ous suite, has just taken up her winter res
idence nt Coblcntz.
66yA tomperanco fanatic in England
lately charged tho queen with the crime
of drunkenness, and was arrested. Tho
mngistrato before whom he was taken re
fused tho indiscreet gentleman's applica
tion for bail.
8Thc London Times, iu spenking of
tho fainino in Persia, states that two-thirds
0f tho carrvine animals of the countrv
hmVo died, nnd tho details in regard to tho
inhabitants nre.too horrifying for repoti
tfer" To show the growth of the pe
troleum trade, In 18C0 a market could not
tin f.illnil fur innnnnOn nnllnn nnil tlnta
f n the demand for export alone
has reached 141,000,000.
tSSm A Virginia lady has just taken
from her side u needlo which she switl
lowed when tlireo years of ago, nearly
eighteen yenrs ngo. She hns felt it in vn
nous parts of her body since
IM. D. Lesscps, n spito of the ill
reports concerning tho Suez canal, Ac-
clares that ho will never pormlt It to fall
, , 1
'"t0 fc"s'lih ,"tnd'-
tfflr It is estimated that throo hundred
thousand bushols of potatoes have been
raised in the vicinity of Houlton, Me.,
" An cnturprilriK Detroit man is
Ukl"''' oneTi fl,r 1,10 delivery of buck-
""".: i" .limine jor ureamasi
B&T .Sewing machines are soon to bo
introduced in tho public school, of tli
.tale of North Carolina,
tSf Notwithstanding his alleged pov
erty, tho Emperor Napoleon has sont a
million francs to tho l'opo.
VINCENT'S LOTTERY SALL.
THE TWENTY-SIXTH Of DECEMBER riXKIi
A8 THE DAY ON WHICH THE DKAWINQ
WILL COME OFF.
Determined to dispose of all tho tickets
in his lottery salc,Mr. F. Vincent lias con-
cludc(1 lo postpone tho drawing until tho
2Cth of De
uccemuor, uo I. now giving tho
i devoted attention, and is meet-
tho most gratifying success on
Lot 31, block 1, 3d addition to tho city
ui iniru, vaiucii ui sotJU.
i ... .,' V;.T
."V . 1 u,ul:n ou auuiiion lo tne citv
vairn, vuluml 300.
,Vol,n' b.Kc!f ' ln 11,0 clty "r Cairo
Illinois, valutd at fmp. octedtf
BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1871.
CO A I
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepurrd lo jupiilj customer wllh tho best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
"VRtlERS leflst HsIIMay llron. otBco, 70 OHIO
iibtGror ni m i.obi urn ueiow in bi.
bnnrips iioici, will rwflvf prompt ntlrntloa
THE TUQ " MONTAUK " will rl
nil con) Along
shin simmer nt utiy hour
MRS. ANNA LANG,
XiatlTTI-ST., DKT. WASHIKOTOM AND COM
Is dow rMel-ing btnutilul assortment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Iru'luiling lists snil Shapes of thr lsttsl stjla
RlbbrF), Flowers) unci Feathers.
Mrs, Lsng will also show customers the Urges
Tc b found In the city.
71. FALL-WINTER. '72
KKNTUCKT JEANS, KXTRA,
2TIj .A. ILTILT IE 3LiS.
OR03 GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
01 LT BANCS,
ni Entire HtockKow Cloving Oaf
VERY LOW FIGURES.
COKNRR 8TII ST., AND COMMRRCIAL-AV.,
"ITK hse re-openeil the Central Elerstor, and
T T re now prepareu to nsnme gram wun aii
patch At rtduttil rattt, ss follows :
Kor recriTini; Imllc ifraln, weighing in and out
Including Ave ilttjrs' sturuce, ;c per bushel.
For sicking anil transfer one. half cent ft'ldl
Kor each ten diys after the first fire one-hall
cent per susnri.
J.i K. MJCKtNortAM.
alro,.l,, Not. 8, 18T1. noT-30t.
MOriCK IS I1EUEIIY HJVBN, That the Co.
rartaerahip liereinfore exIstlnK between W. II.
I honias, K. W. Orcen and G. St. Attlen. under
the drill name of Thomas, Green A Aldeo, has
this day been dissolved, by the inulunl consent
o( nil the parties csncerneel. The business will
licrearter be conducted by W. II. Thomas and 0.
M, Alden. under the firm name of Thomas tt
Aldcn, by whom nl the business ol tho old firm
will be settled. W. 11. TIIOM AH,
E. W. OltEKN,
G. JI. A I. KK.V.
Csuo, III., Not.), 171 tf.
SAVK TK017HLK AND EXPKNSE.
lic)ial Dowilwill furnish Blare Kaclorv Kiml.
ling -nice, dry, alreaily-vut wood, In any part of
til city, for f l.HJ u kukoii loud.
.tere is a way to aare incalculable trouiile In
i.sst orucrs ni iicuauiey s utug store, or BU
dress them to Michael Iiowd. tluuunli tlie no..
ofllce. Nov It if
WIILUM Sll'MAR. COSKSLICS UACENITIM,
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE,
C1Y1I. AND MhCIIANICAI.
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
llroaa' Balldlna;, corner Eleventh atr
nnd Comnerrlal nve Cairo, Ills.
PI, ANN AND SPECIFICATION) for all branchel
of Civil engineering and Architecture, such
a Maps lor Counties, Districts or Corporations,
1'iaus Hni, uaic'iusiioni lor rienm ani water
Power, for Industrial Kstablishmects. for Iron,
slone or Wooden llridgrs, for Churches, Cour
Houses a"d other Public Ilulldings, Uuslness and
I'welllng Houses, Cottager, etc. eto,, lurnlahed
hortt notice 'tfltfse
II. T. GEHOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(las Fitter' anil number's material. Wood
pumps, globe aud ang. valvus, stop
cocks, check Valves, etc.
auo agist roa
I airu Broths rs Patent Drjr aa Keteni
And Mstahouse. Wells A Co' Aulomstlc Watsi
Indicator and bupply Valve for steam boilers.
'Chartered March 31, 1S00.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. ll.SAI'KOni), President I
H. 8. TAVI.OK, Vice-President I
W. IIYiSLOP, tfcerctarr and Treasurer.)
Pah O. Bciivii,
W. P. llAUtlAT,
It. 31. Ul'XMKUUAM,
1. M. PiiiLLiri,
Deposits of any Amount Itecel ved from
sen i.enis unnarti.
f NTEHEST raid on denoslls t II. e rata nt aiv
m. iw.-cmi. per annum, Ainrcn 1st ana beptem
ber 1st. lnlereat not witlnlrnBn u . .i i.h
. '.. . ' '
dlstely to the principal of the deposits, therebr
g'Tlng them compound interest.
MARRIID WOMEN AND CHILOnKN MAY
0 THAT HO 0t tUt CAN DSAW IT.
Open ererv business dsv from V a.m. In a n.m
and 8aturdajr eeninK lor HAVJM1 DEPOSITa
onij, irnin o ciock.
uaiti w. iithi.op, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. 1IAL1.IDAY, President
A. II. BAPFORD, Coshleri
WALTER HYSLOI. Asslslsat CashierJ
Slim Tatlos, Kosrar II. Ccssixohah
Scott Wiiiii, W. 1'. IUiiidav,
Geo. D. WiiLUMior, Httmcx IIisd
A. ft. Sirrosp.
Exekanaje, Coin and United fltatcs
Bond BotiKht and Nold.
VEP0SIT3 received, and a general banking
XJ eusiness aone.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HUrtD, President ;
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vlce-Prosldent j
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
rcXCIIAXGE, coin, b.tnk notes and United
1J mates securities bougiit and void.
Interest AHohciI tin Time Deposit,
CO A I. AND WOOD.
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Cheap, II tiot Cheaper
Than any wood dealer In Cairo, Leave orders
on the stales at the l'ostofllce an'1 at Ross' coal
jard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Twelfth streets, Cairo, Illinois. I givo good
measure and will ceM tho wooii up iruesiret.
auitin.tr DENN1H II.WXY,
V . M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
FJI. WARD la prepared to deliver the best
. Fire Wood and etono Coal
IN ANY l'AI'.T OF TIIK CITT,
And in any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at ?4.00 i-kr ton
OFFICK-Over lleerwart, Orth A Co.'s stove,
twodoors above the corner of Eighth street anu
Commen 'i lavenu. decCil
HARD ani) SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASI1, BLINDS. -orders
Furnished on shortest notice.
Cornraercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
Hi; A Li ENTA l"K AtlK.NT,
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (skcohd kloor) ohio lkvkb,
But and Sell Rkal Kutatk,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do nil kinds of plain and orna
KAL80MININQ, PAPER HANGING
BION WRITING, KTC .,
At figures which defy all competlon, and in Hie
highest style cf the pointer's art.
SHOP IN THE PERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL A V UN UK ANI)
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
FORWARDING M ERCH ANTS.
No. G-l Ohio Loveo,
W.Stratton. T. Hlrd
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors to titration, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
tjy Agent, ef American Powder Co., and man
factuters agents for cctton yarn. J 7tt
General Commission Merchan
183 OHIO LEVKE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Rnccessor. to E, n. Hendricks ; Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
SLlbfrsl Advances mi
Ars prepsred to receive, store ant ornard
freights to all points and buy a: U
sell on cominlilon.
"Dusinen attended to promptly.
H. M. HUIiEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-avc.,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS kor FAIRHANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Lkvkb, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. I). MATIIUhl. K. C. UII
MATHUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
So. 04 OHIO I.CVKE.
Britten fourth A Sizth SI:, CAIRO, 1 1.1,
JOHN B. 1'HILLIS,
(Successor to Parker ft Phl'.lls,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CLOSE & VINCENT.
Ckmbnt, Plabtxr Paris,
Corner Elffbtn Htreet and Onto I.evee
a AH riTTEUN.
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
IIAS RKMOVID VIIOM PKBRT IIOUSK
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
Ori'OSITK winter's mlock,
HV. has greatly improved his stock, and has
now on hand all kind of
1'KNDKNTB, HALL LI01IT8,
OLORUB, SHAPES, ETC.
HE HAS MARKED" DOWN PRIOEB
o the lowest living figures, and he Invites the
l'AUJi G suiiim,
It K 51 0 V K IS.
NO. 108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
OrrosiTK Atiiknkum, - Cairo, 111
iters vn aaiD
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
"HWV rt:VKR TO .lie, r
Wnrranled the Ust Fever Killer known In thta
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDK1)
BUCIIU AND DANDELION,
Aneicellent remedy in all diseases of the Kid
;'i""7i soou or Uriier
than liembotd's. and lor
also aokst loa
Hnmpbrey'a Homeopbatnle Npeeltlc.
Hlr well selected stock of
Of every description cannat be
surpassed by aiy estab
llshtnent ol the
kind In the
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
caqo, New Y'oek, Boston,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
I'asseager trains arrive at and leave Cairo as fol.
Aasivs 3i3na.m 3iJU p.m.
tisrsar 11 15 p. in 2i4S p.n.
Uoth trains connect at Centrallawith train on tne
I'sas, Decatur, Illoomlnijtcn, Kl Paso, La Salle,
ilendota, Kreeport,'tlnM, lubuiue, and
all points In Illinois, Misioun,
MlancfoU, A'nconiln snd
Iowa. And with
I.ln's running K.it and West lor
St. Lnis, Hpnngheld, Iiulsville,
Cincinnati, Imtlanapolts, Columbus.
And st Chlcsgo with Mlchl;sn Central, Michigan
(Southern, and lMlaburg, Fort Wayne
and Chicago Rsilroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, 1'hilsdeiphla,
Nlsgta Falls, Krle, lluttalo,
.Sew Turk, I'lttsbOTg, Ilsltlmore,
AND ALL IHJINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
Oa and aner Monday, April Jlth, 1TI, trains wit
ruv as follows;
TSAISS OOISO SOCTHIAST.
Leave Virginia . 0.40 a.m
" fipringlielil - S.20
" Taylorville... in-.M '
Arrive at 1'ana lists m
. lit so f.m,
.. J OB "
.. 4:M '
TSAiss ooisa aoavawisT.
Leave Tana .S.-Uia.m
" Taylorville ti
Arrive at Springneld...6iis
Leave Hpmgneld "
Arrive st Virginia :M '
TSAISS OOISO SSVTSBAST.
Leave Kdgewood 6:30 a. m
" Flora 8:2S "
Arrive at Khawneetown3:i.lp m
TSAISS OOISO BUSTIWSIT.
Leave Rhawneetown i:ti a.m
' Flora 2:54 " ........
..10:10 a. tm,
Arrive at Kdgewood t:S0
The S:30 a.m. train from Kds-ewood. runs only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and IM a.m.
train from Hhawneetown on Tuesdays, Thura.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Rtllroad. for Jacksonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, and all iiointa west.
At HpriiiKfleld, with Chlcsgo and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, I ir
Rloomlngton, Chicago, and all points north, norta.
west anu west.
At Tana with Ind. and HI. Louis, and Illinois
Central Railroad for all points east, south and
At IMgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhawneetosn, with steamboais for Cinciu
ti, l'mlucBh, Cairo and St. Louis.
Jons FoaJirr, Qen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag't.
a no c r.Ri k s.
Ohio Lkvek : : : : : Cairo, III
csdiss raoktTTLT riLiio:
O. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 76 Ohio Levee.
aW-Sptciil attention given lo consignments
and filling orders.
ORNER SIS.TU and WALNUT-ST
(Entrance on Hlxth-st.,) .
F. J. Oakss,
H. 0. Cady,
B. II, Lodwlck,