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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1871.
tlllOI'KllII.S AS!) nilV GOODS.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
pliuii tx
FAMILY GROCERIES,
miv-uouDS,
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND fiHOKS,
IIAIh AWD CAIH,
ETC.,
Has ju; r.
n henry fwt of Hoot
(., lloMi r) bimI .Villon",
KOI I SALK KOKOAS1I VKKY CHEAP
He alto has a One slock "f H'mily Groceries ol
every kiuu.
OWNER STXTH-ST. AND COMMKK
OIAL-AV.,
fAIHO, ILLINOIS
H. SI. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 13'1 Comincrcial-avc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIH.
STETTAl'EHS k WIN KM AN,
ID IR IT GOODS
NOTIONS,
lao Mlrhlgnn Avenue, lie! ween JInl-
loon and Monro,
CHICAGO.
decCdeowlm.
I'AINTIIU.N.
SIOORE fc MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Decorative Paperhanglna;, Kalnomin-
uiK, etc..
Done Id Die highest itjle ol the art, and a
Mien uiataeiy competition.
mor in perry house, corner or 8th
TREET AM) CMMEKCIAL AVENUE.
Oil. CAMS.
in ...ft.lm.nt M the alinre cam., securely
jaclfeil If r ihiptnent, lor ai incinimu rntm
ind IrelKM, by 1IAUCI.AV 1J1IOS..
vruz a rainiueaierw, uuiuti.r,
HTOVtJS. TIXWABK, BTC,
A. II A L Ii E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware. Clothes Wringers Yoilil
Ware, Coal lloda, firesnoTei, Air uais.
wiNiriCTiara or
TIN, ZINC, COPPEH AND SHEET
' itmv waiiv.
iMV., 11...-..
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
anrnooflng. OntierinR, and all klnda ofjob
nOrk done at shortest notice
I'CllNITUItl'.
B. S. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
QUEENSWAREJ
nOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
BAR FIXTURES,
GLASSWARE,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
oak riTTi:ns.
II. T. GEltOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
ANDDilLia IN
1AS I'lXTUItlJ.,
flu Fitter's nnd l'lumber's material, Wood
pumps, glouu and nni;,e vaivm, stop
coclis.chicU valves, etc,
also aoknt roa
XUftBrolliert. 1'ntesit lrj tint Heten
lad llnrehnuse, Wells ft (Jo's Autotnatlo wate)
Indicator und bupply Valve foriiteain toilers.
fTIKTER'B SLOCK, COIIMKBCIAL-AYINUI.
tRRBMkVaaKSRV
THE BULLETIN.
Publication ortlee, litilletln Ilalldlng,
"iiln(c(on Avenue.
STARTLING MURDER,
A TOIWO MAN KILLED AT CHURCH,
i m tlio Dccnttir Maznet. 18th.
Lust cvcilng an nttcrcntion occurred it1
V heeler's school Jioihc, n milo i.jrtli of
wukiuj, tint county, wnoro religious sur
VlcM A'ero Loin" held, between llnnliinili,
MuMlcmiin, of tlio Uurver ecitlctncnt, und
a youni! man nnmcd Hcnrv Forrest.
which resulted In the latter denllnir ilm
r . . . ... ,. . p
lurmer wirco tiroKt-s tvun a uirK kn to.
which prouuccuurain a icw minute) nitnr-
warda.
It teems that tlio parties had n few
worus ueioro mo re iclous service bce-nn.
and they both entered tho 'bulldlnc and
alter services wcro over, In paining cut of
mo nouie, in tno crowd r orrcst ;irmumni;
ly nnd tauntingly looked Muialcman in
the fuco. when the latter told him that ha
did not want anything to do with him.
A i ioon at the parties uot out of doom,
youtic mun named Walton, n comrade
of Forrcit, who lived with hit father on
Forrest's mother's farm, handed Forrest a
dirk knife, when ho struck at Musiloman
with the knifo. The latter throw up his
aim, and received u icvcre cuton hit right
ttf.t.l ..,l.n Iia 1 . I r 1 I ...r .....I
mm., njn;ii wju niiliu ginuiuu uu llliu
struck him in the temple. Forrest follow
ed tho blow up In rupld succession until
ho had dealt .Muasleman two stabs in the
side, when tho latter sunk down against
tho house, supporting his head with orio
bund and remarked, ''they have dealt
foullv with mo thev Imvn blUnl mi."
nnd died n fow rnltiutcn artorwnrtls.
.MuMlcman, tho murdered man, w.is
bout i!u year old t.nd married. Forrest
about 10 and Walton 'JO. Tho former
s thought to bnvo been under tho in-
(lucnco of llouor when ho committed tho
terrlblo deed.
A revolver and n pair of bran knuckles
wcro found on Korrest,and a revolver and
knile, that Ulu tho execution, on altun.
'hev were both brought down in town nnd
lodged in jail, the Mnrih.il taking charge
of their horse.
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
With I In Ktoomjr attendant, low isplr.
IIh' denriMlon, I voluntary emlKslon,
Ion or aemen, persnatorrhipn, low of
power' ilUiy h.ail. Ion or memory.
niil threatened Imprlence and IMbe
rllltii, and n lovcrelKti cure In Hum.
plirey'n Homeopathic Mpeelllc .No
Tweiily-elKht. Compo.ed ol the miitl talna
bie milil n'l potent .tiratlre, thej Unke
on'le at the room ol the matter, tone up the yi
tern, rret lhJIchrgt( an'l Impart tlgorttft
nerr, llle and TiUlitj to the entire mm. Tney
hire cured Ihon.nn'ln of ce. Price, f pr
lckKetof fl boie ami Iwrc 12 rial, nh'rli
14 rery important lu nht Unite or old ca.ea. or II
pertlnul' l"i. BoM by all drn8Kila, and oent
by mall on ioelpt ol price. Adareu ilumphrry'
Hpeciflc Homeopathic Medicine Co., rVtf Uroad
way, K. Y. P. SCIIUII,
augisdrowawly Avent, Cairo, Illinnla.
Dlt T CiOODH.
71. FALL-WINTER. '72
C. HAN NY.
LAItfiE .STOCK.
nuowN sukktinos,
I'HI NTS,
TICKIN"G-S.
U II F. C K S,
Vri
1ST It I V KS,
E KKNTUCKV JEANS, KXTRa,
OASSlMEItS.
HLACK ALPACAS
I.n.STKI'.,
(iltOS (J it A IN SILKS,
POIM.I.N'N.
LARGE STOCK 01' CAKPETIN(r
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Window Nliadta,
Q1LT IIANDf,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
IIAMAHKB.
Ilia KnllreNlork Now Cloning Oul
IT
VERY LOW FIOUKES.
COHNEK 8TH ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
Cairo. Illinois.
teptnr
HILLIKERS.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
t'oiiiincrcliil Avenue, oiiiioklle t.lllo
nnu jiiij inorii n
Cairo, Illinoih.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made Is order.-or Ready.Made.
Has received a full and complete Mock of goodi,
the newest and completes! in the city. An im
mense rarity ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
.h. nifAra treat inducemtta to her patrons and
Ml othera tocall on her.examtne Ibe prices, wtjles
and quality oi ner kooubj
Mrs.9wander, having foil ner propsriy, win
ii ilia whole of tbeao uooila at ami below cost.
Nnw thn time to nurchaie Clinstinas Koods
at the very lowest prices.
MUN W1I1TCK.
CARL L. THOMAS,
SIGKET WBITBB
a now prepaied to respond promptly to all de
msnds for hla services,
i SHOP-Cor. 8thst. and Commercal-av
In tbe rerry llouue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
norUdtf
FfjnXITVRR.
SAVE TWENTY PKlt CENT
lly buying your
EIOHHOFP BROS.,
FUllNITUHE FACTORY,
WnktilnBlon-nv., Near foal n iu IIoiihc
UAI110, ILLIS'OIr.
llear.. Kiehhoil llrotlipr.df lire to Inform the
citlien of Cairo that ther are manufacturing all
kinds or
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
An t hate now on hand and tot rale, at
Wliolcunlc and Iletall,
All kinds, and wll continue to keep at their
SALES IlOOJIS, IN TIIKIR NEW UC1I.DINO,
EierydlMriplion ol che.ip and co.lly turnlliire,
luchai
rar?rd lle'lilea.lf,
WMarble Topped llureau.,
ClTSIiIebuaril", Wnnh.land..
J-Warilrul", Hula Chair',
oi.-iif. n.l Malrn:ir,
O'l'ing'-'.etc , ete.,
Which they Mill Kitiranlre lo vll
TWENTY PKU CENT. LOWElt
tn city,
ell.
lini- Ihoin n call and entMy jour-
INNUIlANCi:.
"TRIUM TIL"
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.
ftt I'lnclnnall.
,et . J.W.O'K) 00
ro'.lcili all tindsot riakt.
I'. litlOKH,
oc!27tf Acnt, Cairo,
COM,.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPA3STT.
Is prepared to supply cuitomer vflth the beat
qllklity o,
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
GOAL.
ORDER) left at llalliday Ilroa. ofTlce, TO OHIO
l.KVEK, or at the Coal Tard below the tit.
CnnrlfB Hotel, will rc-eeho prompt attention.
T11K T11C1 "MONTAUK" wllln'mg coal alonjj
side ateamera at any hour. ocliif
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
rj1 II. WARD is prepared to deliver the beat
X: fire nooa sna oione uoai
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at 4.50 per ton
OFFICE Over Ilcerwart. Orlh A Co.'b alove,
two doors above the corner of Eighth street and
Commerr avenue. -jeeoii
WOOD t WOOD ! ! WOOD ! !
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As) Cheap, ii not Cheaper
Than any wood dealer in Cairo, Leave orders
on the altitea al the Postofllce nn I at Hons' coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinoli, 1 lvo good
measure and will corn tne woon un n demreii.
auaiotf Dr. iv is
DENNIS I1ALBY,
DEXTER EXCHANGE,
138 Ohio l.evee, near Hlono Depot
J.D ZANONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell Oysters Recoived Daily
IfoAtiA ilw.v. nn hand naltimore an 1 Mob.
Oysiera. which he will be glad to serve to hla cua
tomera In the best style. deo'.'tt
UAJTKS.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
ClinrUretl Hnreh 31, 1900.
orrici ix
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orrictasi
A. II. HAFKORI), President !
H. S. TAYl.OH, Vice-President
W. HYSLOP, Hccretary and Treurer.J
Piar.cioist
P. W. IlAKCLAT,
K. M. KToearLCTii.
Chas. flALiama,
I'ArtO.Bcnrn,
W. P. llAHIDAr,
It. M. CcvM.iaiiAM,
J. V. PniLtirs.
nepoaltn of any Amount Received from
Ten Cenlsi Upward.
1NTKKF.ST paid on deposit at the rale ol six
percent, per annum, March Island Bcplem
ber 1st. Jntere.t not withdrawn la rdded Imrr.e
dlately to the principal of Iho deposits, thereby
glying them compound lntere-t.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
SO THAT XO 0r. rut CAX DIAW IT.
Open etery buslneia day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Katlirdar ereninir lor HAV1MJ DKI'OSITS
only, from 8 to 8 o'clock.
auzvti w. iiisi.ui , Areasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
(IAIHO; II.I.IXUIM.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
W. P. HAI.LIDAV, Preiident
A. II. HAFFOIID, Cn'hler;
WALTER HYSLOP, A'llaUnt Ca'hier.
DiareToiii:
Ktaat Vaujh, Kotr.iiT U. Ci'.vm.ioiiak,
Scott Wimr, W, P. Haiiiuav,
Gro. I). Williamson, Htrrntx IIiud
A. II. fiirioRD.
Kxebanse, Coin nnd L'nlled Nlalcs
Ilond UonKlit and Hold.
DKPOSIT3 rcceUed, and a general banking
bii'lness done.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO.
DANIEL HURD, President ;
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vice-President j
C. N. HtlOHRS, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank uol mhiI I'h ted
StHlec recuritlea bought nnd Mdil,
Inlerenl Allowed fin Time Deposit.
.1ISCi:i.I.XKOl'S.
II. LEVY A: CO.,
ILAII.U. l
HIDES AND FURS,
93 OHIO
Cairo, Illinois.
not 1511
P.L. IIUYETT, & SON,
'miiorter', Manufavlurrri nnd Jobbers ol
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
IlraNS aiitl (irrmau Nilter
BAND INST1 UMENTS,
No. JS S. Third Street,
ocl9d3m. ST. I.OVIH, MO.
WILLIAM 1AIM4S.
C0llrLlt'.1 IIAt'tilSTlXB
BAUMAN & UAJEHSTINE
CiVIL AND JIKCII ANICAL
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
roKs' Ilullillnt;. corner Klevciitls Hlr
and 1 omiueri'ini nir,, iniro, aii.
)t,AN3 AND SPECIFICATIONS for all branehet
of Civil Engineering and Architecture, ucli
Mar lor Counties, DmlrtcU or Corporation",
Plans and Calculations for btonm anl water
Power, for Industrial Establishment, for Iron,
atone or vvoojen iiriugr a, tor ttiurenre, wu,
IloilseRDd other I'ublio llulldiugs, Ilusiness and
Ilwelllui: Houses, Cottages, etc. etc., lurnlshed
KINDLING.
SAVE TROURLE AND EXPENSE.
To HoiiNekeeperHi
Michael Dowd will furnish mate Fiietory Kind.
Ids nice, dry. alreadj-cut wood, in uny part nt
no city, nir fi.ui a wagon luim.
Here is a wav to sate incalculable trouble In
your household.
Leave order at McGaulej'a diug store, or ad
dress them to Michael Dowd, through the po..
ofllce. Nov lfi-lf
PETE SMITH,
Mav be found lit Heed A Munu's fmm
ward. Any work in the
ULACKSMITIIINO LINE
will receive prompt attention.
llonc-Shocing,
and a ger.eral blacksmlthlng business carried on.
uive mm a trial boviou.
CASSIDY, WOLFE & CO.,
Produce and Groceries
WASIIINOTON AVENUE, IIETWEEN
KKIHTH AND NINTH UTS.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Soy-Give tliom it dill 1 y5a
iKu!lu.:ini.
HIDES! FURS !! PELTS I !!
BITEIirETT Sb CO;1.
Have opened n Hide Store in Thornton's Illock
Tenth street, where the hlghel eah price wii
bo paid for Hides, Sheep Pells, Knra and Tul
low, ewill pay higher pr ices thau was ever be
fore paid for the airra articles m (his citv.
Com and see ns,
oclttl RMRNETTk CO.
WIlfEH A9D MtlCOn.
F. M. STOUKFLETII,
ivccmoa romx a iTOCinrrH
ItccllOer and TV'linlemle nealer In
, I'orclRn and Oomcslle
wines ;and liquors.
No. C2 Ohio Lr.vr.-e,
Cl'), lLLINOL1?.
HK keeps on hand constantly a full stock o
Old Kentucky llourbon, ltye and Mononta.
hela Whlskle', French llrsndies, Holland (tin,
Rhine and California Wines.
linTHf
WM. II. SCIIUTTER,
Inipnrler and Wholesale Dealer In
WINES, LIQUORS,
A .ID
TOBACCO &c
A Kent fur thn het brand of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
AMO
Imported Alet or Dlirerenl Kind.
75 Ohio Lkvkk,
II CAIRO, lLLtNOR.
iiutciii-jih.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEILLER lS: BROTHER
Have reopened the
fOPiri.AR MEAT .ttARKI'T,
COMM ERCI A EAT
Hclneen Ninth nmlTeulli NlrecU,
and will keep constantly on hand the beet meals
slaughtered in the Cairo market. They defy com
petition. Give them a trial. eepUltl.
JAKE WALTER,
BUTC HBB
and nrAirit in
FRESH MEAT,
EiaiiTii Street, Between Washington
and Commercial avenues,
AdlalnliiB Hlttenlioiihe A llnitny'N.
Keerj the-bet j)f lleeL.P'''''. NJ.u.'iP y.
citizens In the most eeceiiluUeniarner. k30i
JAMES KYNASTON,
llti teller and Dealer In all IiludH Frr-.li !
Meat,
Co a -ir.it .N'tNETiritit and Pori.AB .Siusr.T.
(UIR I, ILLINOIS.
Bliyd and lnuhter only tho very best cattle,
Iiom and nheep, and i prepared lo fill any
demanl for frenh inedt from one pound to teu
thousand pounds. Jer.utf
NIT.CIAL XOTICKK.
UATCIII.I.Oll'KlIAIUDVi:.
This superb Hair Dyo is tho ntsr imtiik Womt
Perleclly llarmlesa. Ilcliable and Insthnntcou.
No disappointment. No Ridiculous Tints or U11
pleasant Odor. The genuine V. A. Dachelor
I lair Dje produce! IMMEDIATELY a splendid
Utack or naturd Brown. Does not Slum the
bkin, but lcavnsthe Hair Clean, Soft and Lleauti.
fill. The only Safe nd Perfect Dye.
Sold by all druggltta. Kactoi y 1U llond Street,
New York. lantSldeod&wly
ON MARRIAGE.
Haniir relief lorvounc rnen Irorn the eflccisn
errort and abuses in early hie. jlauhood n-
toreit. nervous ccuiniy cureu. luineuiiiients
to marrlngo removed. New method of treat,
ment. New and remarknblo reiin-dles. Hooks
and circulars sent free. In sealed envelopes. Ail
dress nuwAiili a-uuiahu., jxu. t nouiii
MnthSt.. Philadelphia.. Pu. ocltdswll
MII.LiIMC.ItY.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE
MRS.O. McGEE,
EIQIITII BTKKET, IIETWEEN WASHINGTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Has just received a full and splendid line ol
NEW GOODS
Hrem trimmings, silk gimps, silk galonn, gui
pure laces, moss trimmings, crocket buttons,
silk and velvet buttons, pluth and trimming vel
vet, hats and bonnets, tine kid gloves, laities' antf
childrens' shoes, and n full and complete stock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which she proposes lo sell al
VERY LOWEST LIVING CASH PRItJKfl.
MUlllKIt.
"' S. WALTERS,
nmrutx
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
u fvcry ilfnirlp!Un,
LATH. SHINGLES, OKDAK POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
S T V. AMR O A T L U M II E R,
furnished on shortest notice.
Comiiicrcial-uv, bot. lOtb and llth-sls.
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THE ONLT RELIABLE OirT ENTERPRISE IN
THE COUNTRY 1
Tj. 3D. SINE'S
HInhleenth Grand
ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION
To be drawn Monday. January 1st, 172.
$200,000 OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
Two Grand Capital Prlies
010.000 if ajikricaw ioi,n
VlOlOOO INAMKUICAWHIIaVKH
rue priiea or yi,nqoi-ien rrnea is,w;ea
In OrnlacUa.
One apan of Matched Horses, with Family
Carnage and Silver-mounted riarnes
wortn - - It t
Kivo Hores A- Ilugiries, with Silver-mounted
Harnesa, wonh CO
Five Fine.loned Rosewood Pianos, worth,
each of'
i Family Sewing Machines, worth, each.... 600
SJW Gold and Sliver Lever Hunting Watch
es (In all), worth, each, from - 20to3CK
Ladles' Gold Leontlnn Chain. Gent'a Gold Vest
Chain', Solid and Double-Plated Silver Table
and Teaspoons, I'hotoyraph Aloums, Jewelry, etc.
Whole number girts. 23,000. Tickets limited lo
1ui,kio.
Agents wanted to sell Tickets to whoia 'bera.
Sremlums will 1x5 paid,
icele tickets 12; six tickets 10: twelve tickets'
$20; twentv-five (to.
scrlpllon of the mannn of drawlnr, and other in
formation inreiereneeto tno uistriouuon, whim
senttonny one ordering them. Alll leltera must
beaddres.ed to L. U. SINK, liox 6,
ornrr, Cincinnati, J
101 weit Sth ft. EOl'-t'dAWOw
IIOOTN AJID NHOr.H.
WILLIAM EIILERS,
l'A4hlunnbl
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH STREET,
lletween Washlnston avenue and Poplar Street
CAIRO, ILL.
Hoois ami eiMoei. siaoe it. .ntrr.
Fine Workmen Employed.
Sntlsfitclion Warranted.
Patronuxe riollciled.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
solx Aamcr ret
"BBOLASKI'S"
CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS AND SHOE S
Commercial Avenue, Corner or Eighth
Ntrcct.
Cairo, Illinois.
particular attention paid to all or
DERS FOR UOOrtiKlRTS AND SHOES.
NAI.OONS.
13 L DORADO
UILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATKN, lroprlelor.
lOSCmimcrcial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Heat brand of California Cigars Just received.
B
1LL1ARI) saloon furnished with Iho b't ol
lutilrs: and bur sutiDlied with wines, liouors
nd cigars of the finest brands.
A. SUSANKA,
Pioprielor
MAGNOLIA SALOON
And Dealer in Foreign slid iMiiieallo
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
07 Ohio Lcvtc,
Ilelween Ninth and Tenth Streets,
Cairo, III-.
tleeUlf
COAI..
COAL! COAL! COAL!
JAMES ROSS,
VtAIVU IN
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CAR RON
c o -A- nil !
Conimorciui-av., Foot of ElovcnUi-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at lite yard eu 'lr
oankt' scales,
FULL WEIGHT WARllANWD.
Coal delivered on Ihe sheriest notice in an)
part ot Ihe tl.y, either by too t0D ,on ot e
Lmt order at ths ofllce on CommercUl-y. at
he foot of ENveeih street. novlM-tm.
PIA.NO!.
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST VBIZE
MEDALS AWARDED
THE 0RVA.T
.BALTIMORE
MAjnjrAfnroHT
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Manufacturers of
ORANn, sqUARE AND UPRIOHT
FI-AJiTO FOBTBS
DALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
Theic Instruments haro been before the publle
for nearly thirty years, nnd uron their excellence
alone attained an anpurcAiunl prttmlnente, which
pronounces them tineqnalcd in
TONE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY
0r All our S'ftart Hanoi hnvo our new New Im
proved Overruns fcalenril the Agrrtfi Trtblt
tT- W e would rail special atlentlon lo onrlale
Patented Improvements In Orxd Piakos and
8CAiiic(lnArjs, found In no other Piano, which
brings tho Piano nearer perfection than nan yet
been attained,
EVERT PIANO FULLY WARRANTED I0
FIVE TEARS,
Illustrated Catalogues and Price I.lsta promptly
furnished on application to
WJf. KXABE A CO.,
Daltimoii, Hp.
Or any o; our tegular established agenelM.
oclStodtxCm
RAILROAD!.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
VIA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TO
St. Louik, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Uoston,
AND ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Passenger trains arrive at'.md leave Cairo ai fol
Ions:
mail. ixraui.
AaaiVK 3i3i)n.m 3i30p.m.
Dipaui II1I5 p. 111 .. aia p.m.
lloth trains connect a Centralis with train on tne
roa
Paoa, Decatur, fllonmlngtcn, El Paso, La Salle,
jiemiota, irccpori, uaien t, L'uuuque, and
nil points In Illinois, Miseourl,
Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. And with
Lines running Kat and West tor
St. Louis, HpringheM, Louisville,
Cincinnati, Inituuapolis, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central. Michigan
Southern, and Pittsburg. Fort Wayne
nnd Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Huston, Philadelphia,
.Viagra Falls, Erie, llutlalo,
New York, Pittsburg, Ualtlmore,
Washington.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 21th, 1871, trams wll
ruu as follows:
NORTHERN DIVISION.
tais ooma southeast.
Mail. Expreia
Leave Virginia . GMOa.m K.3li p.m.
npringnem w.iu .w
' Tnvlorvlllo 10:SJ ' :tW "
Arrive at Pana .....11:10 m 6:17 "
TKAIMOOIXO NORTnWIST.
Express Mall.
Leavo Pana 4M)a,m ............. S.54 o.m
" Tavlorville 4:4 " .,.. -
Arrive atSprinancld...6;lS " COO '
leave npaineneiu "
i...8:15
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
TRAINS dOIKIl SSUTUXAST.
Leavo Edgewood 5:30 a. m 10:10 a,m
' Flora m. 8:25 " IMO
Arrive at Shawneetown3:5.1p.m ... 0:15 p.m
TBA1M OOINO SOETHWtAT.
Leave Shawneetown 5:15 a.m I.SOp.m
" Flora- 2:55 7m'i
Arrive nt Edgewood t:S0 " ,..........8;20 '
Tho 5:30 n.m. train from Edgewood, runs only
Mondavs. Wtdnesilavaand Fridays, and 4:t5.m.
train from Shawneetown on Tuesdays, Thora
daya and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton Rtllroad, for Jacksonville,
reiersnurg, itiasonuity, nnu an uoints west.
At npringnein. witn vnicago ana Alton, ana
Toledo. Wabash and Western Railroad, lor
Illoomlngton, Chicago, nnd all polnta north. north-
west nnd west.
At Pana with lnd. and St. Lou is. and I lino a
Central Railroad for all polnta cast, south and
mmthn.it.
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
entral Railroad.
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mississippi Railroad.
At Shawnectonn, with steamboats for Cloclo
II, Pad ucah, Cairo and St. Lotus.
OKI. AND SMITH, Gen'ISup'L
John FooaiiT.Gen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
i-oi)Miiii:.s.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
MANrrACTraras or
Steam Engines
Hollers,
Flour ondlUrlst Mills,
Saw Mills,
The "Tupper', Patent Gratebif
UAOIIINEItY rOR OENERAL PURPOSM,
CINCINNATI. OHIO
nirdeST
COOH1NU STOVEH.
THE TWO
Mo)t Mnreriitiliil, Popular and PerfeeA
oookhto-
MACHINES
01 'he period are our well-knewn
--::r.-rAt Jt IaT
EPICURE BROILERS,
Until am of Ihe atmnieil conitmetlon. and' se
easily managed that we guarantee tnem to give
ENTIRE SATISFACTION.
As no article in the household his greter ln-
Aueuce lnproinotiotlicrieltn,eomfortand hap
piness of the family euer lliait the cooking
stove, It 1 economy ' "f'l policy to get the
r,.rv (st and in buirinvthe
very best, and inARTKU q
You can rely o getting the most successful, pop.
ular and ,tiect cooking stove ever made for
using th' upscuRE 11ROII.UR,
joa are always sure of having Juicy, Tender ud
Iilicious Reefstakes, Chxken, Uain, ChopseLs.
ir ir-. m. 1 v
SOLD IT
Excelsior Manufacturing CompatT,
ClianilCltN. Main-st.,et.luit,Mb.
AND ALL LIVE STOVE D ALER8.
C. W. HENDERSON, AgMtt,
CsUr, UUacU.
1 dec7iUwlrn.

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