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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1871.
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fJ JJlti theiHitnwtor MMtgtnl rtwltri and
IUE DOLLAR WKKKLY 1IULLKTIN.
. .J oItI A Co. hare reduced the sub.
Uon pn- oT the Weekly Cairo llulletln to
',",".')). J rrr mum, making It Ihe cheapest pa.
l,hM IP "'""""'
'ext Wednesday, New-Yorkers will
trip tbe ligUt fantastic too for tho
amusement of Alexis.
Oail JlAJtn.TON doesn't favor
Woodlmll's claims to tlio presidency.
She says: " When Greek meets Greek,
i J ppefer Ulysses, tbe silent, fighting it
i out on bis own line, to Demosthenes,
i ti,0 cloqaon'i hiding under a woman's
Grant's appointment of a successor
to Murphy does not seem to meet with
the unqualified approval of Now-York
radicals. ATthur, tho new man, is a
friend of Murphy, and tho Now-York
Tribune is authority for the Btatonient
that he held a ten thousand dollar offico
under .Tammany. In short, Grant
seems to have changed tho devil for a
A person by tho name of J. T.
Byars, at Meridian, Mississippi, rushes
into print to deny that lie is a member
of the republican party, and this is tho
way he docs it : " I hear that it is re
1 ported that I am a radical. I de
1 nouncc the fact as an infamous lie."
Byars is blunt nnd sound.
Conley, Governor Bullock's succes
sor in Georgia, has an eye to business.
Tho legislature recently passed a bill
providing for a new election for gov
ernor. In this election Conley would
not stand a ghost of a chance for tho
succession ; so he has quietly vetoed the
bill, which cannot be passed over his
head. There's no " bigodd nonsense "
An Indiana correspondent of tho
Louisville Courier-Journal writing
from Salem in that state, makes tho
somewhat startling statement that in
that congressional district, sinco
theclojo of tho war to tho present time,
tliirty-fivc murders have been commit
ted, Tlicro havo alno hoon Iwonty. ono
cases of lynching, all tho victims white
except tho three recently hung in
Clark county for the murder of tho
Park family, Tho correspondent truth
fully adds that if the half of these cases
had occurred in any southern state, tho
fact would have been considered sufficient
grounds for martial law.
The famous nursery song
"Inty mtnty ullo corn,
Wire briar Hmbor lock,
Three geeo In a flock,
One, two, threo, out goes slio''
was practically illustrated at Steinway
hall in Xew York city on Monday
night. The three gecso in a flock were
Mrs. Woodhull, who lectured, Theo
dore Tilton who presided, and Utio not
com but Clafliu, who rushed upon the
"tage and interrupted her celebrated
sister in the ventilation of somo of hor
peculiar theories regarding lovo and
marriage. Before Utio could count
"one, two, three, out went she" under
the escort of n nnll
, , " .
--v iruuiim l0 cnaractcrizc tnc proved bp skillful treatment. Only four
affair as both amusing and instructive, horses nra kept, yot such has boon tho ud-
but it was certainly original. mlrnblo system of management that thoy
f aro sufficient for tlio cultivation necessary
TltE New. York Sun, reviewing the for seventy ncres of wheat, tho sama of
acctss of the reform movement in tho barley nnd turnips, besides somo oats ami
Empire City, has this to say This bcanp" Tbo Produto sold during tho year
wiehtv iiitw..,,,,.... . i. , . realised $15, 895.
fcui movement cannot be limited to ! .
- ew-iork. The uccd for it was tho BB-Tho tsau Francisco Kxamintr
most urgent here, but is deeply and Bvely relates tho case of n gentleman
anxiously felt everywhere Corrnntion W,' hmi "n ulcur 0,1 hh ,irm wh,en Wft9
fraud, briberv bribe t,l-!. V cllrcd b-v ""Pl'inting a licco of healthy
ent-takinir W V B ,n,'d prC3' Mn froin ncB"' the ulcerated surface,
the land tT .TfT uH 0Vbr Hhy granulation at onco sprang up,
tio'iof 11 -(1,Cr 'corganiza- and tho sore healed; but the black skin
oi ail parties, and Me only more Proad untli one-third of tho arm turned
graut and conspicuous in any etato WRck' T1'o d'ango of color is still pro
a whichsoever party happens to bo in Brcss,"5. nd tho doctors express tho bo
Per there. Assuming the crosscst ,k'f 0mt the Gcntlenum will finally bo
cZTvmo tho T.L.n, d.."! co"10 lUek ,,u ovor-
rc in Nev.V,v n ..... . " t
mioiib the . i y rl0t alllC0
..b .. ?rl'ct-bag governments of
of the j! wpublicau office-holders
inn ! XU nBtt" adminis-
tratton at NYashington. The Cna s
are full of thew. amUbe heart of eve !
patriot is daily h BV..,.i ' I..er
liavc learned h lmlil .Ii.or ; ..... .
l?it in ono Lotto..c, b,88 oi
tiou, the work mat brin m n
Jet tho revolution initiated hero ozlcrnl
" over tho country, and republican
wd self-government will bo
Joaquin M,u.Wl h been infer
tlewed. Of , tbe author of tbo
Bongs of tbe fcierraa belong!, In a cer-
a;n eonte, to the publio and it
IB i in .
sonant that thoy alioiilil
his poems but himself. " ,IC" n fcan
Frnncisco newspaper reporter inter
views the poct-travolcr, tho world reads
tho account of llic visit with tho tran
qui) sclf.tnlisfiictio of finding out what
it has n perfect right to know. And the
publi 1 ""' disappointed by any
paucity of description of his looks, sur
romidings. etc! JIo has " ycllow-gold-
i-n" hair which ho wears long nnd
which ho docs not hesitate to declare
he thinks beautiful. Ho has violet
blue eyes, a sensitive mouth partly con
cealed by glossy a mustache and whis
ker!', appears about thirty years of age,
nnd weighs, perhaps, a hundred nnd
thirty pounds. Thero is nothing to de
note tho genius czecpt'his flowing light
hair and a peculiar lint. lie docs not
liko largo cities, but, having been so
generously treated in London, he is a
warm admirer of tho British public.
Ho thought New-York city a wilderness
of humanity. lie does not caro to bo
classed with Bret Harte, John Hay and
other poets of that class. Ho will under
take to eradicate all tho "crude elements"
now found in his poems, for " he hates
'such things," and he thinks Wait
Whitman one of the greatest geniuses
of this or any other ago, And this
closed tho interview, but from another
source wc learu more of tho suddenly-
famous writer. After tho manner of
more than one great poet, ho has been
unhappy in his domestic relations, and
is divorced from his wifo. This lady
writes a letter to tho public in which
pho bungles an excuse for her onco
husband, " whoso mind is of fino poetic
' structure and his brain delicately or
1 ganized," aud who is incapacitated
for tho " coarse and practical duties oi
' providing for a family." Ho left his
family of four or fivo young children,
thcreforo, and went to Europe, whero
he earned fame and appreciation. All
this is certainly very interesting and is
read .with gusto by the curious public.
But after all, will it increase the pleas
ure of the perusal of Joaquin Miller's
really extraordinary book ? Wo think
not. He wrote somo lovely lines to a
at little girl of his, but ho did not know
the time whether she were suffering for
the necessaries of life or not. Hence, wo
think tho " Songs of tho Sierras " would
afford more pleasure to the reader if he
were ignorant of the fact that while the
writer 'sings like a bird of the air, he
acts liko a reprobate. Read with a
knowledge of his family relations, the
description of him by his interviewer
docs not induco a very exalted feeling
of respect. He has given his songs to
the public, but for its sake aud his own,
his likes and dislikes, his domestic fail
ings and infelicities ought to be as lit
tle meddled with as any ordfuary John
Smith's or Thomas Jenkins'.
Cay A party of Iloman Catholic mis
sionaries nrc on thoir way from London
to this country, charged to labor among
tho colored population released from sla
very by tho war of tho rebellion. In tho
public exercises, prior to thoir embarca
tion, Bishop Manning said tho mission
had heen determined on by the church in
England because thu llritlsh had imposod
African slavery upon their American col
onies, and it whs proper Englishmen
should bo first to move for the ameliora
tion of tho condition of the frcedmon.
Tho acknowledgment of Dritish re
sponsibility for our slavo system comes
late, but if thu missionaries aro faithful
men and work earnestly for tho good of
the colored jioople thoy will partially re
pair tho injury.
SSf Tho best farm in Englnnd is kept
by n woman, and took tho lirst prize ro
cently offered by the Koyal Agricultural
Society. It is a farm of 400 acres, devoted
to pasture, grain nnd stock. Tho soil was
originally poor, but had been much Im-
WrUI U' uleolio" Tishomingo
cou"ty. MiuiMlnnl. tho I.ika an,
''Tlle '"!Kr008 of placo, with perhaps a
UW nnW with their anti-rad-
?" frm 1,10 toPof "e ticket to
n r ''"d U'UrCby Glvo additional
Proof of tLoIr good feeim.. tt,i frn,.
., imr TlT' 1 ll
nan ttrun,,.,. .1
a. ...iMibuiuu in no i-'iiuiiiiiriitD, th
'juanty of fomalo beauty: "TJirco wliitu
"""'""'i lne m, tooth and eyelid
Tii,. i ,. ,. nl ,,0"i Wriulit.
long, tho body, linlr nnd Imndsj three
short, tlio teeth, cart ami foot ; mid tlirco
broad, tho chest, forehead nnd spucn be
tween tlio cyca."
i i ..Hi
EcSuTlio koroiono movomont hnd
rcnclicd Ontucivllle, Georgia. A colored
child handled sonic of tlio non-oxploilvo
in that town recently, nnd It I to bo In
furred from the sympnlhollc nnd wnrning
obituary which follow tho announcement
thattlio will never handle any more.
USuGerrilt Smith is in bis 70tli year
and his memory Is so perfect that ho can
repeat most of tho Psalms, nnd many othor
pnrU of tho Uible. Ills wife, whom ho
married about half n century ngo, is still
t&" It is considered n ncnt thing for
young gentlemen to havo thalr ovorcoats
mndo with n pocket in ono sido lined with
flannel or fur, in which a lady may slip
her hand when walking of a cold winter's
BA. Mrs. James Sllyor, near Joncsboro,
Tonn., llttod somo hoavy article last week
which caused a hemorrhage, nnd death
ensued in a fow hours.
BQ. Tho hunters along tho mountains
in Blount connty, Tennosseo, aro enjoy
lng tho sport of bear nnd doer killing to
an unusual extent.
BSaTho Clayton official party in Ar
kansas havo hoisted the names of Grant
and Clayton for presldont and vice-president.
JSp-Frcd. Douglass ran six hundred
votes behind tbe other republican candi
dates for tbe assembly in Itochestcr.
Tho Princo of "Wales is "Indis-
posed." IIo was suadenly takon tick.
'Cholera is decreasing in Constanti
AT HOME AND ABROAD.
New Orleans has bad a frost.
Tomato catsup is liable to stamp duty.
Augusta, Ga., is organizing a sabro
Oregon has an otlieo-holder named
All's fair in the Georgia and Alabama
A canal is to bo constructed from
Berlin to Dresden.
Manchester, Va., wishes to be annexed
Soven-inch lizards aro picked up in
tbo gutters of Saratoga.
Hartford's loss in tho Chicago tiro is
placed at $7,000,000.
Tho "Wayne county (Ind.) jail is now
without an occupant.
Four girls in Iowa aggrogate fifty
years nnd 1,177 pouuds.
Nashville, Tenn., has over two hun
John Kichl Is on trial at Carlisle, I'a.,
for poisoning his wifo.
Tho Dutch embassy at the Fapal
Court has been abolished.
Tho aged nnd retired policemen of
litchmond, Vn., nro pensioned.
At an election for mayor in Iowa tho
total number of votes cust was nineteen.
Thoro ato nine local insurance com
panies in Memphis, and all prospering.
It is reported that n Spanish war
steamer has been sent from Cuba to Hayti.
An orchard four miles from Atlanta)
Ga., grows Juno apples in November.
They are manufacturing ico in Hon
olulu, and selling it at flvo cents a pound.
South Carolina has less sewing-machines
at work than any state in the union.
Tho tobacco-growers in Cuba havo
disposed of all their manufactured tobacco.
A papor-collar company at Albany
makes sixty thousand collars and cuffs a
Paradise is the name of a town in
Michigan whero thoy have six inches of
-An Iowa girl, aged soventcon, beat
all tho boys Hnd got tho equestrian prize
at tho fair.
To call a North Carolinian "a pover
ty-stricken wretch" involves a suit for
New London claims to havo been tho
flrst town in Connecticut to start evening
Tho government proposes to spend
1,000,000 for land and $3,000,000 for build-
iiigH at Chicago.
1'I.i.llUK OP DARKNESS COMING. (JET
VOUIt CANDLES HE ADV.
A vervdisacreebloprsnliecy isqoutcd by
tlio Journal de llruxellet. Tho prophecy
is attributed to tlio vcncrablo Anna Maria
Taigi. and is to tho cued that two Rteal
cliastltcmonu may no oxpccieu iuo ono
from heaven, tho other from earth. Tho
latter, consists in wars, revolution, and
other calamities ; being terminated, that
from Heaven will succeed, ana is explained
as follows : "Great darkness is to provuil
ovor the whole land during threo days
ana tnreo nights, it win uo so imcic that
absolutely nothing will bo visible, and
will lo accompanied by pestilence which
will chiully fall on tho unemios of religion,
although llio scourge will not bo confined
exclusively to them, wnuo tins darkness
lasts, no light will shin, no flro will have
any brightness, and only those who havo
blessed tiling (canuies ) win be auio to
All this Is very horrible, and it is to ho
hoped that tho lady may to mistaken in
her predictions, and that thoy may turn
out to bo ns erroneous as that of the great
tlual wave which was mo outer day to
havo destroyed Now Orleans. Tho proph
etess, however, gives full directions ns to
tno proper course to no pursueu during
this reign of darkness and pestilence.
rcopio aro oxiiorteu not to onuoavor to
i-caii the hoavons curiously during tlio
darkness, for whosoever shall go nnu look
out of a window, or leave his liotiso tor
tho purpose of descrying what is passing
In the firmament, will bo immediately
ftruek down. Thu whole time that tho
judgment shall last ought to ho employed
in prayer, und abovo all in rociting tlio
Iloly Itosary. Tho director of Anna
Jlurla Talci said, in August. 18C4 : "It la
most true that tlio venerable sorvaut of
Yu announced tlio scourge of threo day.'
'JIm",!1"?1' ""t""'1'"!: over thu whole earth.
mm u inns inn windows mut tin kunt
DKAD J1EL0W THE LtJNOS.
Tlio llockv Atonntnl 11 ,V,. xmntlnna l
Sunday's Issuo tho following singular fact :
A man named Miles Mnudln was shot by
his slstor-ln law, four months ngo, nt a
farm-liouso on Cherry crook, a fow miles
above Donvor cltv. IIo linn ln nit
by Dr. McClclnnd of Donvor, who stales
Hint tho tall entered tlio body of tho
worm uursni varioortr, severing tlio spinal
cord entire, nnd passing Into the right
111 til?. Pftlivlnir COtlinlctn Inaa of annanll,,,,
nnd motion ieow that point, embracing
nt least two-thirds of tho body. In this
condition ho has remained un to dnto.
with no noticcablo chango, except tho
lonnauon 01 several uicors upon tlio legs
nnu nips wuu no prospect or rccovory.
Rnmarkablo ns it mav anoear. ha hat nil
me iiino a goou appetite, mi alio good
mental ability, so that lie.has bjen
transact any kind of buslncii;'. Ills caso
preecdented as to th.e length of time
ho has survived his terriblo fnJdrlM. It
has seldom been recorded that' similar
cases survived tho injuries moro than thir
ty days. IIo is said to bo slowly do
clinlng j although tho wound caused by I
tlio ball bea cd weeks neo. nnd tho luns
which was pcrforntj-d is apparently sound.
possible to prognosticate.
UAIRf) flTTV r.OATi
' " "
Is prepared to supply cuitomer with thu. best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at ll!llday Drot. office, 70 OHIO
LEVEB, or at the Coal Yard below the Ht.
unanea iioiei,wiu receive p
TUETUO " MONTAUK"
side steamers at any hour.
ring coal along
MRS. ANNA LANG,
ZianTU-ST., BET. WA81II.V0T0K AND COM
Is now reoelrlng a beautilul assortment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including Hats and Shapes of the latent stylo
KinDen, lower ana Fenthrr.
Mr. Lang will also show customers the large
To be found In the city.
TILKACUIKO AND rUESSINQ
'71. FALL WINTER.
C. H AN NY.
S T K I P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
BLACK A LP AO A SJ
OROS GRAIN SILKS,
LAKOK STOCK OF CARPETING,
Ills KntlreNtock Now CIobIob; Out'
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8T1I ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AV.,
XITE havo re-opened the Centrul Elevator, and
i V are now prepared 10 nantue grain wuu uia
patch at rolurnl rare... as lollowa I
For receivmit bulk Krnln, welglilnit In ami out,
innuuwK vo nays- monue, ,';o per uusnci.
r'or naukiiiK aud transiur onodialf cent addi
For'cach ten days after the flrat live onchalf
vvui pur DUBiiei.
J. & K. IlUCKlNnllAM.
Cairo, 111., Nov. 8, 1371, novO-wt.
'OrICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN, That the Co.
Partnership heretofore cilntlnx between W, II.
Thomas, E. W. Green and O. SI. Alden, under
tlio firm name of Thomas, Green A Aldon, has
this day been dissolved, by the mutual consent
o nil the parties concerned, The business will
hereafter be conducted by W. II. Thomas and G,
M, Alden. under tho firm name of Thomaa &
Alden, by whom al' the business ol the old firm
will 1 sellled. W. II, THOMAS,
K. W. GREEN,
G, M. ALDEN.
Cauo, III.., Nov. 1W, 1871 tf.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AND tlEAtta IN
(las Fitter's and I'lumber'a material, Wood
pump, K'"e nnu niigio valves, Slop
coul(s,o)ieuk valves, etc.
alio Aacar roa
TulU UrollierH I'uleut Dry Cl M eteraj
And Morehouse, Wells A Co'a Automatlo Watot
Indlcuioraiid Bupply Valvo for steam boilers.
.ClinrirrfMl Mai-eli ill, ISfid.
oi no: in
OITV NATIONAL HANK, (JAIUO
A. II. HAFKOnf). Prealdcnt!
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vlcr-l're anient I
W. IIYSLUI', (Secretary ntul Trcnsurcr.)
it. m. Cc.imkoham,
W. 1'. llALMDAf,
J. M, Pn i mm.
Dcponllai oratnr Amount Itrrrlvril from
ifn icnu vpnnran,
rNTEREST paid on depaMti at the rnto ol mi
4- Pni. per annum, ainrcii man.l Boptem
oi.Uly to tho r.rmclpi'orhodcl.oir.;;hc,ebT
MAnniBD womkn and children may
(0 THAT SO Oft. IUE CAN DRAW IT.
flnntl t1.u lillalnAaa .law trm A a m I n 1
nH Saturday cy-ninR lor HAVING DEI'USITJj
only, (rome to s o'clock
W. IITHLor, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IIALLIDAY, President
A. 11. 8AFF0RI), Cashier;
WALTER HVSLOP, AiulnlSBt Ca.ihlf r.J
Staati TATLOa, Koarar II. Cv.vnimoiiah,
BCOTT WHITE, W. 1'. 1IALLIDAV,
GtO. P. VlLLIAM10M, BTtntES UlKD
A. i. nirruBii.
EKhaaie, Cola and Vultcd Nlntcs
, Bond Bonicht nd Hold.
TEPOSITa received, and a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL IIUltD, Trmldentj
nOBERT W. JIILLEIt, Vlccrre Mdcnt ;
C. N. HUGIIE3, Cashlrr.
COLLECTIONS PKOJIPTLV MADE
TTIXCIIANGE, coin, bank note and United
l'J states aecurltlfs bouglit anil Bold,
InlrrntAllowrd on Tliiit I0nllN,
t'OAI. AND WOOD.
The undersi!nel will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Chenp.lf not Clirnper
Than any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave orders
on tho slatea at tho I'ostotlice nnd at lloan' coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth ami
Twelfth strectK. Cairo, llhuoli. I ro good
neasure ami vriu coru me woon up u aeaireii.
auitio-tr DKNNIS HALEY,
F. M. AVAHD,
WOOD AND COAL
TTt M. WARD ik prepared to deliver the beat
A.' , rire noon una mono uoai
IN ANY PART OY TIIK OITV,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $1.50 i-er ton
OFFICE Over Ileerwart. Orth A Co.'s Move,
two doors abovo the corner of Eighth Mreet anu
Cnmmcn li'layenuu. -lecCit
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS.
Furnished on ahortesl notice.
CoillIIlCrcial-aV. bet. 10th and lltll-stH..
REAL EKTATE AUENT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (SKCOND VLOOR) OHIO LKVKE,
Uuy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A I prepare Conveyances of Kinds.
WILLIAM BAl'UAN, CORNUIVK IIAITXITINI!,
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE,
CIVIL AND M1.C1IAN1CAL
ENUINEERS ANU ARCHITECTS,
UroNN lliillilluir, corner i:ievcutli Nlr
iiU ComiiierfiRl av' Cairo, HIk.
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ror all branchei
of Civil Engineering, and Architecture, such
a. Maps lor Couuties, Dlstrioti or Corporations,
I'lans and Caloulatlona for Steam nn-l Water
wnv., w. uuii.uiM ..a.uwiinillll.'llin. ,ur IIUI1,
stone or Wooden Ilridgfa. for Cliiirches, Cour
Houses aud other l'ublio lliilldim;, lluniuess and
Dwelling Houses, Collages, etc, etc,, lurnlshed
In., tr !.Hu,.lal Cunl.,.ui,.. r .
COMMISSION AND rORWAIt IHNfl.
No. G-l Ohio Lovco,
W. titration. T. tllnl
STRATTON & MUD,
(Succr.or toBlratton, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
Agents of American Powder Co., and man.
factum agent for cotton yarn. Jt''H
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO..
(Successors to l n. Hendricks ; Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MKZ Liberal Advancea nil liponf2jaV
13. Conalgnmentf. ' aSaV
Are prepared to receive, itore am orward
ireignia in an points anu uny nr.il
sell on commleiion.
Business atunded to promptly.
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commcrcial-ave.,
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRHANK'S SCALES
C8 Ohio Lkvki, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. D. MATIIUM. E. C. UUL.
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
II A V AVTi WPyTWllM VIlfiTillf'lfl
j..., . a.wvjv..,
So. at omo i.r.VEK,
Beticctn fourth ,1 Sirlh Sit.,
JOHN . PHILLIS,
(Successor to Parker ft Phl'.lls,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
UJsOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plastkr Paris,
Coruer KlKhlh Street anil Ohio Levee
F. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS RKMOVED VROM l'KRRV HOUSE
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
OI'POSITK WINTKR'B IILOCK,
HK has greatly improved his stock, nnd ha
now ou hand all kinds of
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
n the lowest living figures, ami he Invites tho
PAUL o suiiuit;,
ID B UG-G-IST,
it i: m v i; n.
NO. 108 COM M KItCIAL AVKNILB,
OlTOSITK Athk.vkuji, - - Ca 1 110, 111
''ar" "Rrll"tf Att? ?.'.!'- p"t-'
aatrs ok u.an
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
Kit en v rr.vr.K tonic,
Warranted the bet Fever Killer known in tl,U
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED,
11UCIIU AND DANDELIOaV,
Aneicellent remedy In all diaeaaeaof the g.l.
"Wi.r'i"" j, a" .toon or teller
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QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
vauu, ilfcW ions, UOSTON,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Paenger trains arrive at and leave Cairo M fol
Aaaivr 3i3ii a.m 3i30 p.m. I
DrrAkT 1115 p. in .. ai43 p.m. I
Doth trains conncet at Centralis with train on tn I
I'aua, Decatur, Illoomlngtcn, KI Paso, LaS.tlle,
aienuoia, r reejKin, i.aina, uubuque, aca
all joints in Illinois, Miatoun,
Mionraota, Wi.oon.ln and
Iowa. And with
Lines running K"t and Weat lor
Si. Louis, Hpgngheld, Louisville,
Cincinnati, ImQanapolis, Columbus.
And at Clilcago wltli 3lichlgan Central. Michigan
iTouinrrn, anu x'Hiaburg, rort ttayne
and Chicago Itallroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk,
Albanv. Ituaton. Phltadainhla.
AND ALL TOINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 171, train wll
run as ioiiows i
TSAias aoiao suiTiitAsr.
Leave Virginia-...... t,:tla.m. ..........
" HlinogUeld....... au ' .,
" Taylorllle..lu2 '
Arrive at Pan a U:tj m
. i -M "
. Ml '
Kipreas Mall I
L,eave rana ...,i;A)a.m j.Ud.o
" Taylorville ....4:4 " 4:!i0
Arrive at bprlngfield...c;l5 " wo
lave Mpsingtleld C:'i5 C:1U
Arriveat Virginia .HM "
SOUTH CRN DIVISION.
TRAINS OOIKO SeVTIIIABT.
Leare Edgeood 6:30a,m 10.10 a.tnl
i , f lora... .............8iA ..... H j 1:40
Arrive at Shawneetown3:&.1p.m,
TBAINB UOINQ NOaTIIWSST.
Leave Shawneetown SJSa.m
Arrive at Kdgewood 4:iU
The &30 a.m. train from Kdgewood. runa onli
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 6;4Sa.nil
train irom enawneeiown on luewiays, inur
davs and Saturdavs.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Railroad, for Jacksonville!
Petersburg, Mason City, n nd all polutwarmt.
At SnruiKneld. with Chlcauo and Alton, and
Toledo, Wal.aah and Weslorn Ilailrnad, lol
Uloomington, Chicago, and all points northiDorlhl
weal anu weal. to i
AtPana with Ind. and St. Louis, and IllinolJ
cenirai iiuuroau tor an points east, souin any
At Kduewood Willi Chicago Division Illinoll
entral Railroad. J
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Itailroaol
AtShawneetoan, with steamboats for Cinclal
ii, rauucan.uairo anu m. 1.0111a.
Inn. Vl,mi.n.n,l lrlffl.n,l TlrlfAt An, I
Ohio Lkvek : : : i : Cairo, III
osnaas raoairTLY riLLto:
Q. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio Levee,
Specltl attention given lo consignment!
and filling orders. '
ORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-S1
(Entrance on Blxtli-at.,)
P. J. Oakes,
11. U. Oadr.
K. II, Lodwlck
fl. OADT A CO. Pronrletors.