.JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.,
North, Througn J:" "
uoulti. Way I! IB p.m
' Through N. O., Mwi
phi" and Columbu 8.30 p.m. 4.00 p.m
Ohio ltlver route, (except
Iron Mountain It. It.
, 2::i0a.m. U-.fi p. n.
11 1. ltlver ronlo, Tuesday
and Friday CiOOp.m, 7.ip.m.
Thebes, (loose Island A Sanla
Fe. Illi., Thursday A Krl-
day ; COO p.m. 7:n rn,
Mayfleld, Mandvihe ami
Lovelace, Ky 11:00 .m. 4.ip.m.
i rut ii u iM.
fleneral Delivery M.tn.
(Huniim) 4 H to tt K.tn.)
Money Ordr department jW a.m. H.W
Register " ' " " tn a.m. e.tiup.iii.
Money Order and Ileil.ier department" in
open on Sundays.
Preaching, Hablmlh el lM a.-w., and 7!4 r. .
Prayer meeting, Wednesday l 7K, r. .
Sunday Hcleiol, 3 r. m, J. M l.an.deu, Super
tnlen'lent. lift. U. II. Fouts, Pajtxr.
HETIIOIHhT-Cor. Eighth ami Walnut Ms.
Preach) ng, Sabbath , , m anil 7 r. u.
PraytMiiertli'Ki Wednesday, 7JJ e. m,
SijAliJay riohont .3 r. . !.. W. kllleell, super
intendent. Iter. F. L.TmKH-siiii, Pastor.
l.'IIUtOII OKTilK REDEEM Kll-(:pi-upl)
Morning prajeis, HahUlh 10', i. .
Etenlng prayer 7J"r. .
fcabbhth S-:1ijo1. 9 . M.
Ilet. Ma. Cms, fleeter.
ST. PATRICK OIIUKOII or. .Ninth fi.atiJ
.,ubIlcerrlce,blmtll,-;",, ' "
Vespers, 3 r. a.
Iliniay School, i r. ws
iTVlc eierj dsy, e. M.
He. I'. J. O'lliLLos, I'M- t.
YJUSOMKNy CHRISTIAN ArHOCIATIU-ltg-ular
meeting sevotid Moudav each month at tl e
I'rajT room of the Preabylerian Church
R'eekly Frajer m tting, Friday, 1 r. ., at
,h Prater room of the Proletarian church.
C. Pi a.oM, President.
AFRICAN METIIODI'-T Fourteenth, belwnn
Walnut ani Cedar,
cervices, Sabbath, II a.m.
Sunday SWiool, HJ r. .
Cats 3 r M.
HECOND fltKWILMlAITIriT-Kifteenth HI.
Preaching. H r- Rev. Wm.Jataaon, Pastor.
tetween Walnut and Cedar.
services HahtMth, 1)4 an) 3 r. m.
K ,Itet. Iticn,rator.
KltKE-WIM. 1UITMT 1IOMK MIslKJ. H'N
DAT bCUOOIv Corner walnut and Cedar SH.
Sunday School, 9 a. w.
IliST FIIRB WILL HAI'THT Clll'IlCll-f-'ur-
Herricea, Aabbith 11 a. u., 3 r. m. and 7 r. .
Iter. Wm. KttLtr, l'atlor.
FIllhTMIMlONAItY UAl'IIST CIIUItCH-llet.
ween 10th and Uth tret. near Cedar.
Preachini HaUbath 10J a. u., and 7;,' r. .
Prayer Meeting, Wednenday eenin(.
Preachinj;, Friday erening.
hahbathshool, 1)J r. M. John Van Haste I and
Mary frtephent Miperuittidi-nl.
Ile. T J. biiotn. I'ata
fioYernor, John M. Palmer ;
I.ieulenani-Gorcrnor, John KouKhertj i
Hecretaryof felate, Kloard Itumnuli
Alldit6V ot State, C. K. I.tpplneoll ,
BlateTreaiurer, K. N. llate ;
bupt. Public luttructlon, Kewtonllateman.
C O N G I IKSS M K N .
Jenatora l.jman Trumbull an 1 John A. Login.
P.epreentatio fur the ftlale at Larje J. L
Itepreaeniatite Thirteenth District John MS
JIEMDEItS GENERAL AS5EMULY.
Henators, lit Dlstrlct-T. A. E. lloleomb, ol
Union, and S. K. (il!on, of tJiliatln.
Itepresenlatlre, 1st Dietriet-U. Watson Webb.
CO U N T yOFF ICE IIS.
Judge D. J. lUker, of AlexanJer.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney, of
Circuit ClerV-Jno. Q. Ilarman.
Win. Martin, Aesor anr Tieaiurer.
Judge F. lirosi.
Asoc.ates-J..K. McCrile and 8. MarchUdon.
Clerk Jacob (! I.Tnch.
Coroner John II. Cos-man.
Mayor John M. I.ansden.
Treasurer J. H. Taylor.
Comptroller K. A. Ilurnelt
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates K, Ilro.s and II. Hhan
Chief ol Pollce-L. II. Mers.
Mayor John M. I.anxdrn,
First Ward-P. G. Schuh.
8econd Vfard C. H. Wooiinitld.
Third Wnl-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Htaata Ta) lor.
Clty-nt-Large W. P. Ilalllday and I). Iluul.
UOAItD OF ALDERMEN.
FJKS T WAUU James Rearden,
If sac Widen.
ECOND WAI1U-H. II. Cunningham,
1HIRD WAUD-Wm. Stnitton,
OURTH WARD-Jamea Carroll.J
Tunc of MetUnq.
The City Council mecti In Joint aecaion on
Friday oeninK preceding tho firat Monday ot
Th Select Council meets on the Ural Wednes
day and Thursday, alter the second Monday iu
ioibd or amen
The Board of Aldermen meela en the
Board of Aldermen meela en
"onday and Tuesday In every monlh,
COMMITTEES OF TIIK COUNCIL.
Ot btrtrtt Messrs. Taylor, WaWer, Winter,
cod and Metcair,
i)rmnne Mcsr'a. Cunningham, 8chvih, Fitzger
ald, fc'eaie and Ilalllday.
Cmmi-Meeara. Wood, Cunningham and Kleb.
Alf and Jaf Messrs. Carroll, Under and
Orih'nanf Messrs. Beaso, Walder and Taylor.
Firt ,'Jepartment Messrs. Rearden, Swayne and
AfijilUfi Meaars, Sehuh, Winter and d.;
Vfnlln Memra.Woilwnrd, Hwayne and Ruder
tftnaiicMesirii. liurd, titration andMeKall.
A !.OS(l LIST OP HOItltlfll.i: OCCtMtltK.NCES.
l.i tti.e ItocK, Akk., Jmi. !. I.ftt nock
a muti tiutncd (iulf Chiles allot itnd klllt!.l
ft tniiii imiiiod Iwiulkiier in Warren, Urnd
! At lliu anmc pliico .hulgo Worrells iliot
I mid killed it druiiki:ii lnboror (wluto) who
j lind insulted III family.
I Uob-iift (Iwyniip, who corntniltod n rnjio
on it twi!lvi'.ji;nr uld plrl nciir Pino Itluir,
J Tlmrnliiy, whs coiiltulttcd to Jul).
A limn named Low wna fliot unit dnnor
oinily wounded below I'inn lllutl'.on Aton-
'diiy, in ii perjowil iiltertatioli witli V. II.
I A mrty of young men went elmrivnree-
Iiil' nt llnteiville hut week. A t;tin II red
I by onii of them burtei), leriomly wound.
I Iiik llvu of tin) party.
' A votttii' child of Jin, Julin llrynnt nt
.Sulphur Kock, Intlepenrlonti) county, mid
it child nf .Mm. I.dIi', nt Aloac'ovr, Nevndn
I county, were both burned to death nt
I week'liy full.nn liitotliu fire.
TIIK Yhi MUIMIKII.
ciiMMKMh or tiii: .v. r. nil:-".
j I'hu Journal couiini-uU on the Kik mur
I iler, mid fays the cownrdlineft ofthcur'
! bore tho flrt fruit in the public by
iiwiikenini; fur I'i.k ui.J-Prt;d syni-
pntliy. I lien- i oi'Uiini; in mu tine iu
ill-linyi'i'l' t from murder, for which
lentil on the tnlluws l the penalty if con
victed. Tho Timtt prnnounce It ii inurdcrom
iiihJ uowurdly deed, mid will attrnct to
wn rd Kifk un i.n.ount of public ymp:ttliy
to which no pnrt of bi creer tins entitled
Tho ll'i.i'W mv tint in the net mav bu
feen in n iiio-l iitciirnte type tho (pirit of
thine iiinriltl uiutU-ii which dlfrHce our
iretenioiin to civiliz.i'.lon, und wlmtuvcr
miernbli) remit ihlf businefi will hnvc,
it will hnvc ii benctlciiil mult, of ctiuhlirig
the wbolo laud to tee that murder h mur
der, when perpetrated under the apecious
pleK of uphulaiut; the sanctity of innrriHgc,
nnd pcrpetnited with h view of concealing
PES PORTRAIT OF JEFKEHSON.
II V JiUKS I'AIITON.
(From the January Atlantir.)
I .IctTer'nn was stripling of seventeen, tall,
. ruw-boned, frscUled, and i-andj-hnired,
when, in 17C0, he cuino to Williamsburg
from the fur west of Virginia, to enter the
i College of William and Mary. With his
i' largo feet and hands, bis thick wrhts und
prominent cbcek-bonei and chin, lie could
nolhnvubeeii accounted liniid'omc or grace
ful. Ho if described, however, us a fresh
! bright, healthy looking youth, ns straight
! ns a nun-barrel, sinewy and string, with
tlmt ulertnc of movement which comes
of early familiarity with saddle, gun, canoe,
minuet, mm country nance that sure,
elastic tread and eiuo of bearing which we
still observe in country-bred lads who have
been exempt from the ruder tolls of agricul
ture, while enjoying, in full measure, the
freedom and tliu sports of the country.
His teeth, too, wcru perfect which alone
redeems n countenance destitute of other
churni ; lii eye, uhloh rm of hnr.cl
grar, were beaming and expressive; and
his 'demeanor guvo assurance of a gentle
heart and sympattctic, inquisitive mind.
Such lads" eager Hnd unformed, still come
to college from honest country homes in re
gion where agriculture is carried on upon
a scale that allows aome lcituro to the
farmer's family, some liberality of ex
penditure, books, music, a tincture of art,
and liospitable Labits. How welcome, bow
dear, to Instructors worthy of them, are
such unhackneved minds in bodies un
hurrr.itiNo is tiik west.
From the St. Joseph Oasette.J
Gcntlemin who havo rcccrtly been on
the prairies west of this city havo tho
most painful apprehensions of tho suffer
ings which muia havo been experienced
by tho people of tho now settlements
of western Kansas and Nebraska. Col.
Mason, chief engineer of tho St. Joseph
bridge, was at A bite's camp, In Marshall
county, whither ho was called on business
connected with tho stono being brought
from that placo for tho piers of thobridgo,
was caught by tho storm .of Friday, the
2uth imt., anil remained for eight days
unablo to reach tho city. Ho thinks there
wero full twelve inches of snow in that lo
cality. His own experience in traversing
n ulstance oi a mue aim nan iruiu mu
camp to tho railroad in tho midst, of tho
storm convinced him of tho terrors of the
prairii at f uch a time. Ilelng unuble to get
u train for St. Joseph ho bad to return to
camp. Disregarding tho desire of a com
panion to attempt to go straight from
point to point he followed a stream which
he knew would lead him to tho shelter ho
sought, nnd this, ho is certain, saved him
from being lost on th" prairie, a peril
which all who aro acquainted witli u snow
storm on tho plains will understand. No
mortal could sco or keen his eonric.
Col. Mason had heard of many reports of
loss of life, and of scores ot cases on tno
Solomon, as to tho truth of which ho can
only express an opinin bssed upon tho
probabilities for what ho saw. Urcnt nnd
terrible suffering, beyond all question, has
been cr.durcil uy wayiaring pcopio nun
new and scantily provided for settlors in
shut remote and now isolated region.
The authorities of tho ttuto of Kansas
nro iiinvliir. to allevlato tliu sufferings of
tlionrairic9. but succor ns to mnny will,
alas I como too late. It is howover propor
that enoreotic effort should not bo abated
till full Investigation bo made in all tho
now settlements and nil the relief possible
AN EXC1T1NO BUFFALO HUNT.
rPrnm tti1 Aft vei.wnrt Ii. Knn. Times.)
Senator Spragtio visited Kansas n few
weeks ago, anu, iiko an outer eastern vim
tors, wanted to poo tho bull'ulo on his na
ttvo heath. Accordimrlv. Ueninmln Ak
era. Ksn.. of this citv. cot UP a party, and
with tho senntor went out to tho buffalo
country. A few miles from Fort Wallnco
they found tho bisons in thousands, and
llm hunters ''went In." Mr. Akcrs Bintrlod
out nn old pairbtrch of tho herd, chased
him few miles, and after a fow successful
shots brouoht him down. Aftor his own
gnmo wns secure, ho commenced looking
around for tho rest of tho party.
Tho senator hnd also singled out
an old bull, and driven him npnri from tho
rest of the herd, nnd wns in a little rnvino
nbout two miles distant from Akcrs. but
in plain view. Tlio bullnlo had been
wounded, and showed fight. Tho Senator
wouVl pursue him for u short distance, but
would then bo com milled lo turn his
horse's bond in tho other direction, and
... .el.. . .fit . . .
get out oi me wiij oi mu ninmtenca animal;
onco, In wheeling suddenly, bis horse fell,
nnd tho bull win right upon him in nn
iristnnt. AkoMtnyg this wnonooftho
closest cutis bo over tiw so close, Indeed,
n so leitvo no doubt In his mind that
there would very soon bo a necessity
for ri apccinl Senntorial election in Khodo
Island "to fill vacnncy;" but Just in tho
nick of time tho vnliant senator rcgnincd
his sent In the saddle, and was olT liko tho
wind, bis horso being stimulated by a
sharp " punch " from tho bull's horns. It
scctns Unit Mr. Sprnguo bad pursued tho
animal closely, llred sovcrnl shots upon
him, wounding him hevcrcly, but not fa
tally, and that his ammunition had then
given out; -Mr. Akcm, comprehending
the situation, cumc to bis as!itanco nnd
reinforced hi in with n fow rounds, when
tho bull was promptly brought down.
Tliu senator brought in with him tho head
of the nnimitl, and is having It "cured"
to tako homo ns a trophy of hit skill nnd
prowess ns a bulla lo hunter.
A COllltA IN I.OVE WITH A WOMAN.
A very extraordinary and imtonisbing
incident was lately reported to havo oc
curred a few miles from Heyporc, the par
ticulars of which are as follows :
A native female of a very attractive nr
pearimce, of the carpenter cast. - "l'l'o
sweeping tho yards of her l- board
a hissing noise behind he" , As she turned
to ee.i what it was, ,ou,l1. t0,1'" l,!"ori
a largo cobra P-"ancing toward her. ile
foroshu .d time to call nny ono to her
,lt.i.iiiiicc, or even to go from the place,
tho serpent darted at her liko lightning,
and coiled round onu of hor legs, and in
the twinkle of an eye darted higher till it
brought in open hood in contact with her
face, there moving it to and fro liko a
screen. In this frightful position she had
to remain fur nearly ono or two days with
out being able to lie or sleep. None but
females could approach her to feed her
with milk and pluntniri, when tho cobra
turned its bead to one sido and gave her
ample time to nourish herself; but on any
man stepping into the compound tho co
bra would hiss fearfully and tighten its
hold around her body lit such u manner
as to maku her feci breathless. Many
wore the conjuror who came to relieve
her from tbelrightful condition, but none
succeeded in removing the hugi serpent
from her person, till latterly h Nair was
brought from the interior, w'lio, after per
forming certain charms and spell', suc
ceeded in disentangling tho poor woman
of her venomous lover. The snake quietly
crept back into tho bush whence it came,
and the woman is doing well. Tho above
wonderful occurrence is now n general
talk among the nutives of thai place.
(Washington Cor. New Orleana Tunes.)
Tho Fishes nro regarded hero n. the
crtMC dt la crone of eccietv. To preserve
the air of exclusive refinement against the
crowds of politiclhtis they are forced to en
tertain, there is a cold formality that
nearly freezes people. Hamilton himself
is a coarso looking man, but Mrs. F. is a
model in her way she is a well-preserved,
stately, old lady, and dres-es In exquisite
taste ," und it requ.re more nerve on the
part of nn average congressman to go
through a re 'option, than to catch tho
eye of tho ffcakerand luce a turbulent
house. Quit- a number of blunders wero
woven into stories last winter on tho part
of national luw-makcrs, who ventured to
approach the frigid zone of bieh focictv.
The Hon. Fernando Wood was on the op
posite corner, nnd although hi' liou.-u is ns
gorgeous os a pHlace. the iioor fellows used
to rush in there to recover their wlnti nmi
presence of mind. The Hon. lien Butler
is on tho opposite corner with another
pa1a:o that was a house of refuge. Hut
the unhappy neophytes never fairly re
covered until thev found themselves In
the warm congenial atmosphere of Mr.
Speaker' Minimi's hospitnble mnnsion.
This last did not extend to reporters of
the press. Mrs. Blaine is a severe lady,
who holds tho reporter in sovereign con-
tempt, nnd does not care to conceal it. A
story Is told of her catching one of this
sort, nnd, forcintr him to n seat in the hall,
gave him n piece of her mind that whs
not a pleasant piece, out i nave no aouot
was well ueserveu.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol erery descrlpllun,
LATH, SniNGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Steamboat L u m b f. b,
Famished on rhortest notice.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts,,
VlliMC NOTICE m hereby given that the aa
I seaanient lists for the ear A. I. 1871, havn
lieen placed mm) hand for collection and mat 1
ill attend n the rlinrrt nt precincts in Aiexanuer
ronntv, for the purpose ol collecting the Mate
ami county lines lor caid year, at the times and
pliicen follow ing, to.wn :
In llailewnod, at Mllen llarlllnea' house, Jan
uary 2Mb, U72.
In Units, nt John Knutli's store, January 27lh,
In Clear Creeit, at uuieau it itoo siore
January '."Jth, 1H72
In Theliea. nt.i. ii. linuing a siore, January
30, I in.
In nmtaFe, nt Virgil Jieianeya store, January
In Coiiso Ikland, at O. Greeoley's store, Fell,
rimry 1st, 1872. , ,
In Hog Tooth, nt Thomas Martin a llotmo
February inil, H"2. ,. , ,
I will also attend at tho Court House in Cain,
personally or by deputy, dining the month ol
February next, lor said purpone. Under the law
I will be compelled to enforce the collecllon of
personal taxes during the monlh of February
next, thereloro tax. payer" will bear tho fact In
mmd nnd envo coa'a, which will certainly bo
added alter that tin e.
N. H. Tax-pnjera will avoid trohle and mis
takes by bringing with them il.elr last yenr'a tax
rw,elplH- AI.EX. II. IRVIN.
HlierilT. and ex-olllclo Collector
Caiio. Ilia . I'ee. 2H. 1871
iiATuiiEi.ou'N ii .ii it ivi:
Thla auporli Hair I l the rT iNTii:Woia
Pcrleclly Harmless Itellablo nnd Inslliiiiiteoiis.
No iliauppolnlliienl. No Itlilli'iilniia TmU or Da
.,i.,... ..... ,i.i.,r tiia irnii no W. A. 1 achflor's
llalr Dyo produces IMMEIU Vl'KI.Y a epleinlld
lilurk or natur.l Brown. Does not Rutin the
Skin, but leaves the Hair Clean, Hnft and lieautl.
Facloiy in Rond Street,
coin uy RiiuriigKi'i''
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JANUARY
CIIAS. SeilOKNMBVKU fc CO.,
I'ICTUKK I'll A MING.
All order promptly nttcndedto,
NOIlTIIWEHT COIt.VKIt Of WASHINGTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH SiT.,
P. 0. tlrawe r Ifil, Janatf.
haVK twkxtv pkucknt
WnaliluBloii-av., A'rar S'neliiin IIoiikp
Mer. Kielihotl llrulhrridetlro to liilonn the
cltliena of Cnlro that thev aru Manufacturing all
I'UI.VA.VI) VASOY i'tJJ.VITURK
And haik now on hasj and ful tale, at
WholraMo nnd Itrlnll,
All kinds, and wil continue lo keep at their
SALES ROOMS, IN THEIR NEW IIUILDINO,
Every dl'crlption ol cheap and coetly lurnilure,
WMarWe Topped Bureau,
-War.lrobe, Pula Chairs,
ai.Sofa. and Matrasars,
if-I.oungm, etc , etc.,
Which they will giwnntee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
'lhn they can be bought from any other dealer In
tiia city, (live them n call and rntlly your
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamontal
Done In tho highe.t :t)le ot the all, ami a
rates tmndel) eompftUloli.
SHOP IN PERRY HOUSE, CORNER Or OTI1
HTREET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
Estate of Henry Hniris, deceased.
THE undersigned, hnving been appointed ex
ei'iitrixof llielnst Mill i.i. j li'nliinif ut of Hen
ri Harris, late of the eounly nf Alexander, Main
ot Illinois, ilrcease.l.herehy gUesnoiiee that she
will appeal bi-lore ihe eounty court of Alexander
comity, at tho court-lioue in Cairo, Ills., at the
January term, on the third Monday iu January
next, nt which time all persons having claims
against said ej ale are notified and requested lo
attend lor the purpo.e of having the same ad
iuaied. All persons Indebted to said estate ale
reqtirsted to make immediate pa) went lo tho
Daleu Ihls first dav of Ilecember, A. I. Is71,
AUOUSTA H.MIHIS, Exeeutrls.
CO Al ANU WOOD.
WOOD 1 WOOD I! WOOD! I
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Clients, II not licniM r
han any wood denier in Cairo, Lenio nrdtis
n iha Male nt tho Pontollico anil at Bosh ion!
ard.o n Commercial ateniie, between Tenlh nnd
wel th sirens. Cairo. Ill.no!.. I stlvo good
eauirJ and will eonl the wood up, f desireTi.
au xlu-K lltNMo HALEY.
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF Ato.RiCA.
The Most SuccEssrui. Life Insurance Corporation of the fu a
the Worlu. AHB
Amount of Policies in Force Dec. 31,
Total Income to Same Date,
Net Increase or Hikes in Force, 1870,
The I.trRcitt .Vrf !ncric drtrinsi (he year 1H70 or nay Company In the World.
Git0!s I.vciiEAsr. or Kisks in Force, 1870, $30,327,730 00
dnlr two compnntea In the world exceed this itroia Increase during 1ST0.
Tli only eimiiiany which guarantee, na a chartered rlht, the orinciple of LOCAL INVEST
MKNTS IN KACII oTAT K, In proport'on to Its Premium" or Ite.Inauranrn Fund.
The only company whirh. by lt tharter, nea KACII H I'ATK A HKPltEMENTATlVE IN THE
home Hoard of ii1iiector.s.
OFFICE, ST. LOUIS, MO.
JAMES II. HUITTON, President.
Henry W. IIouoii, Vlco President. Felix Costk, Supt. Missouri Dept.
Wm. Hanlev, Secretary. John N. Pritchard, Treasurer.
C. F. HuiiNEfi, Attorney. K. L. I.kmoine, M. D. Med. Olllcer.
Hon. Wm. IUrneh, Consulting Coun.'ol nnd Actuary.
SOUTIIKKN lliLINOIS DETAIIT M K N T .
K. r. Uurlinoham, Manager.
The following name.l (-enltemen hold or control lo,(mo inaurance each, in the Lllo Association
P. W. Barclay,
II. W. Wr-nn.
II. II. Canijee,
J. M. Phillips,
C. II AS NY,
ll. S. llRHHIAM,
Paul G. Sciittt.
I.rnrn our llnlra nnd Plana before
Carl L. Thomas,
'UUIKJKH'S NEW STOCK.
MUSLINS, PRINTS, SHAVi I.S, ETC.,
One ol Ihe most attractive dtplaya ol
In tho city.
Commercial Avenue, iietween Eioiitu
and Ninth Streets,
ba every available, apace tu his store room tilled
with New fioO'W. Ills stock Is com
plete, comprisltis: a beaiitilul
PRINT.-, 1ILEACHED AND UNIILEACIIIH
MfMLINS, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC.
A aplendld arrny of
Among which arc the
e-al nnd Most Fnalilonable
Color and Materials.
He has n large stock of
on hand, which he will close out at a low flgnre
before the holldajt are oier.
The ladies a ill find a large assortment nf
wMh will be sold cheaper than nnylhlnjr of Ihe
kind ever eold in Cnlro.
Mr. Burger has laid in an Immense tock of
which he will sell cheaper than Ihe cheapest.
NO. UO WASHINGTON AVENUE
Has on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The Inrirest slock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
n tiik cirv,
LOUIS J 0 R C. E N S E N ,
Healer In all kinds ol'
STAPLE AND FANCY
Fnrnu-r'a Ynul mid Ntnblluir
Cor. WaHbiugton.uv.'nnd TwontiotU-t.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AY.
TO ABS01UJ ritOFITS.
John II. Oherlt,
T. J. Kkktii,
W. S. KnoN,
yon luanre tn any llier Company,
We will supply the EteningPost aa lollowit
One year til 00
For shorter periods ft per month
Single Copy one year
Five Copiea " "
Ten " ' "
f 1 SC
Single Copy one year 13 00
Five Copiea ' " 12 60
Ten Copiea " " 20 00
Or wo "111 (end tho following periodicals to
(Ubicribera, In connection with I fie tinning ivir,
ft the prict named i
Harper's Weekly SI 60
; llarptr'a Ilatar . 60
. Harper's Magatine 4 60
Every Saturday 6 oo
Our Toung Kolka 3 oi
svribner'a Monthly 4 M
The Ualaxy . 00
The Agriculturist 60
Hearth and Home J Ii
Chrlitlan Uolon 3 60
To each tubscr ber to the t'lfninj Anand CTini
h'ciri Union for one year will be. sent two exquisite
French Oil Chronoi, entitled "Wide Awake" and
"Fast Asleep," which are worth at retail 110 for
TRY IT I TRY IT 1 1
For SI cents w will send the Weekly Evening
Poat from new until January 1, or for to cents we
will send the aemp Weekly Post during the same
Specimen numbers of the Evening Poet sent
Address WM.C.URTANT, CO.
oanias raoarvLV rrimo
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to supply customer wilh tho beet
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at ilalllday Rros. office, 70 OHIO
i 1'iTK n. ml the Coal Yard below th St.
Cnarlea Hotel, will receive prompt attention.
THE TUG '' MONTAt'K " wlllVrlng coal along
side steamers ai any nour. o .jw
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
T7t M. WARD is prepared to deliver Iha bel
L: . Fire Wood una biouk viiiu
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY,
And In any quantity desired, on abort nolle
COAL DELIVERED at H.60 per ton
oFFICE-Over Baarwart, Orth A Co.'a ilove.
two doors above th corner of Eighth street and
J. M. VIHLLIP3 it CO.,
(Sueeea.or to F. D. W,nJricW. Oo., )
Forwarding and Commiaaion
a. " ,
IteCSMberal Adr.incea t.
Ale prepareil lo receive, m.ire am
frelghta to all points and buy ai"
sell on commiaaion.
HTUiislneni attenueil to promptly
STKATTON & BIRD
(Hurre.or lo f (ration, Hudson t Clark.)
57 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois.
Agents of American Powder Co., and nan.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
68 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio Le,
OAIIIO, I LLINOIS.
mHpenmlfmttntiu ftireu Iu C0QIISHXntJQt4
General Commission Merchant
103 OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN R. PHILLIS & SON,
(Successors to Jno.B. Phllllt,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TEN TII-ST. and OHIO LEVBB
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Eighth filrret and Ohio Lmn
For Sale at WhoUiale er KtU
CORNER 32D-8TRT ND OHIO LIVIm,
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