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JOHN II. OBERLY & CO., I'HQ ' KT( ) I ,,S
AIIIO. ILLINOIS. HATUUPAY, MARCH J(i, J87-
BULLETIN BUILDING, VASHINGTON-AV
TH E-MAILS.
attain. mmt
North, Through....... 2:J.m. iWp.m
" Wjr 2:20 p:m. t.nn p.m.
Sojitb, Way 12.15 p.m. ;iK)p.m.
" Through N. 0., Mem-
phla and Columbus- 2.30 p.m. 4:00 p.m,
Ohio Rlrer route, (except
Monday) . ;0) p.m, t:V p.m.
Iron Mountain 11. It 2.30a.m. ll:Wp.n.
"In. Hirer route, Tuesday :
and Iriday COO p.m.
Thebea, Ooone Island A Hanta
Fe, Ill,,, Thursday A Krl-
.."'J' - ! COOp.m.
Iayfield, Itlan.ltilie nod
I.orolace, Ky 11:00a.m.
orrics iiocaa.
Urneral Dellrcry 7i30a.m.
(HundayaSloUa.m.)
oney Ordr dep&atmcnf a.m.
7:Wp.m.
7:00 a. in,
4.00 p.m.
6.W
Klater " " " .ft.m. 6.11 p.in
oney Order and Iteilater departments no
onaundaya.
OUlt CHURCHES.
KSIIYTEIUAN-Klghth. street.
l'leachlnc. Sabbath at 0; a. h., ami V, r. at.
J'rayer tneetlna, WMiieailajr at 7!i r. u.
xunday Hciwol, 3 r. . J. M Lanadcn, Huper
Inlendent. Her. C. II. Komi!, Pait.r.
MKTHoIUbT-Cor. J.ic.htli anil Walnut See.
-eaichinjt, Sabbath li'$ a. ., nnd 7 r. at.
rvrtyir meeting, Wedneeibiy, 7i r, u,
hunday rtcliool 3 r x. I,. W. Hlilacll, Huper
Inlt-ndenl. ilrf. F. L.Tuoxraox, Pastor,
till IH It OK THK ItK.DKKJIKIt-iKpUcopal)
Alormiig praycie, Habhath 1U$ a. v.
Krrmug prajt-r, ti.r.i.
fc.llUlll school, 'J 4. u.
Ker. Ma. Col , Iteeter.
bT. PATKICK'H CI1UKCI1 -or. Mnth Hi. and
Wa.hlnKton Atrnur.
uMlo terrier, Mabbath 8nd 10; a. m.
Waper 3 r. u.
umlar Hchool, 2 r. h.
berrice nrrjr day, r. v.
H'r. I. J. O'lfiLLoato, I'rifft.
1 J J.NO M KN y CI I M IsTiA N ASAOCi ATI U.N-ltrx
lilar mertlui! . onJ Mondar racli inotilh at tl.B
l'rar room of ths I'rr.bjtrnan Church
Veekljr I'rajrr m-tlnif, Kridajr, V, r. ., at
kUt Vttjfr ronin of th l'rrb)trrianrhuicK.
AFRICAN Mi:TIIODI.Sl-H"rMhrVtn
Waiiiul anl Cedar,
deriicra, H.bbath, 11 a. .
Suadar hi-bpol, 1J r. .
Cluur, .
HKOJNK HtHK-WILTy BAPTIBT Hlflrenth Kt.
I'KKlun,: r.. )r. Win. Jacu.oo, l'mtor.
between Walnut ajid Cedar.
berricea tiabb.th, and 3 r. x.
Her. N. Iticn, Pa.Ior.
REK.WI!.l, DAlTIrtTHOMK Mlaalu.-t (UN
UAT bCUOOI Corner walnut and Cedar Sn.
fcundlj .School, 9 a. x.
I RAT FRKB WILL DAPTI3T CHLRCII-Cur-rj'a
lUrrack..
erTice,rtabbathll a. r. . and 7H p. x.
lr. W. KtLLir, Parlor.
I'tRiT MISSIONARY IIAITIST CIIORCII-Uet-ween
loth and lllh atrertv, ntarCedr.
Preachinr bbalh 1D) a.m., ami 7,' r. x.
Prajer Meeting Wedneadajr pnin.
l"rKi;tiln)(, Kritlar crenlii.
rabbathi). Iiool, i r. x. John Van Itaxter and
Alary htephent BU.erintmu. nt.
Krr.TJ.BIioiia. Taato
ECOND IlAPfbTCIIURCH-rouileenth atreet,
Letwetn Cedar and Walnut; Her. Jacob Brad
lej, Elaer; the fcnlr IJ.i.ll.t (.hutch r.ootniii
I y lh Afiatlon. rlcir, fcundaj 11 o'clock
a.m., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jacoa Ilmttii, Elder.
SECRET ORDERS
THE UASUND.
ciiao CoxxtaniaT, No. 13. fclated AtftnUy
al the Ai)lum Ma,uni ) Hall, Out an J tin id, ha..
brdaralneach month.
Catao Coiacu, No. 21, t'egular Conrocationat
a.onlc Hall, th aeeond Friday in each month.
I'Aiao CH.nm, No. 71. tegular Conrocatlnn
at ttaaouic liall, on the third t'ueday of enrj
mnth.
Cttao Lotxir, No. 237 F. A A. M Regular Com.
municationa al Manic Hall, the cond and
loutih .1onila)a ol each month.
Dilta Loooi, .No.Mji I', a A. M. Regular Com
munication, at Ma.onio Hall arst and third
1 huraday in each month.
TUK OUD-KELLOWI).
ALtiAKCta 1jck.i, 321. Meet, in OddFellcv'a.
Hall, in Art-r'a liuihling, erery Thursday eren
ng, at 7 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATK OFFICERS.
Gorernor, John M. Palmer;
Lieutniuji-Governor, John Dougherty 1
Eecietaryol btatr, E-lxard Hummel;
AuJitnr of Btate, C. K. Lipplncott ,
flute Treasurer, E.N. Ilatea;
bupt. Public luatructlon, .Sen ton Ilaleman.
CONGItESSMEX.
6natora Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logaa.
Kepreneutatlre (of tho male at l.ar-e J. L
Bererldse.
Repreaentatlre Thirteenth DUtnct John M
lrba.
ilKMDEKS GENEKAL ASSEMBLY.
Eeuatora, lt Kutrict r. A. E. Holcomb, ol
Union, und S. K. Gitwnn, of GalUiln.
Rejreenu!re, lit W.trli't 11. Wataon Webb
COUNTYOFFICEUS.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Judge D. J. llakor, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney, of
tlaMie.
Circuit ClerW-Jno. Q. Ilarman.
Whcritl-A. 11. Irvln.
i'm. Martin, Asreaaor anr Tieuurar.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge F. Dross.
Aasor.a'ea J. K. HcCrlteud S. Marchlldon.
ClerkJacob 0. Lvnch.
Coroner Jolm II. Goasman.
MUNICIPAL GOVEHNMENT
Mayor John M. Liniden.
l'rcasiuer J, It. Taylor.
Comptroler-E. A. Burnett
Clirk-Michacl Hovrley.
Ai ranai Anurew Culn.
Attifney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistralej-p. Dr09, iDll n, Bhan.
tttry.
Ch.e.ol Police L. II, Myers.
BELKCT CO UN CIV,
ayor John M.Lansden,
First Ward-P. G. Schuli.
Second Vlard C. It.WooatiBrd.
1'hlrd Ward Jno, Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. Staats Taylor.
Oityot. Large W. P. llalllday and D, Hurd,
HOARD OF ALDBRM".,
riR3r WARD Jamea Bearden
Leo Kleu,
Isaac Wnlilen.
hCONDWAltD-It., 11, Cunningham,
E. Ruder,
Hsnry Winter,
Jamea Swayne,
f BIRD WARD Wm. Btrntton,
l Mtilclt Fittgetald,
OURM WARU-James Carroll,,,
G, U.Seaao,ij
V tJ.U.Ustealf. ,
THE BULLETIN.
ri'T.m ritrr mn i n-rmir
THK ASSASSIN INTERVIEWED
WHAT II K 1I.YS TO SAY
IT.
AIIOUT
(From tho Cincinnati Commerrla ,J
Your rcportor returned nnd proceeded
ut unco to interview llio murderer. Upon
eiitnrin the atatlon house, whero Lo is
conllned, wo found hltn seemingly enjoy
ini! liia supper, conaiailntrtof crackers, bo-
lognn und Water. The following conver
sation ensued.
Reporter I bcllcvo your name Is Leo
rinrd Mnrqunrilt? How old nro you?
Prisoner Y'es, sir; If I livo uiitll the
12th of this month I will bo thirty-six
years old.
Importer AVhem woro you born ?
Prisoner lit Germany ; came to this
country eight-en years aco.
Reporter How long have you been on
inn siirco f
Prifoncr I am not on n spree; never
tif-en ururiK in my lite. Uentlemcn, I
want you nil to understand I am not
drunk; I ntn notcruzy; I merulv done as
the spirits directed m to. My wife and
I cnrrieJ our threu children Into the
woods lut nicht, nnd were ifoint! to Henv
"ii uitli them, but thu spirits told us to l'o
I . f I I .1 I
intu, unu jmrj- hiiu i yono so, leaving
the children in tho woods.
Reporter Why did vott kilt your
wife?
Prisoner I did not kill my wlfo;I
me-cly choked her play'ully, and, if. she
il dead, I know she is in heaven, for sho
was i!ood woman, and loved me. and I
lovid hor.
Hero he burst into tears and wept bit-
tcrlv.
Reporter AVhv and how did you murd
er your children'
Prisoner I did r.r.t kill my children: I
know nolhinir about them ; mv wifo rna v
have killed them. I tell you 1 only chok
ed Mary (meaning his wife).
Hero'he airaln wept pitcouslv. and then
allowed ua a smron tho back of his neck,
and raid his wife attempted to cut his head
becauio the spirits told her to do so. This
he Mild was dono several days ago.
mien atkctl wnat time lie did this
llA .llt.1 tin, 1I.V. I' M mi .tlKat lllnn 1. 4 V. a
... 'i iu . na.wn .... a. ,i itiv. tui .IJU
tpiriti told mo to do so, and I had taken
my clock and both niv lookinir-claises to
the woods and destroyed them by Are, so
that I conldn't tell what time it was
done.'1
Tho cencral impression of those who
iwerc present at this interview is that he
s laborini: under Insanity, caused by ex
citement over Spiritualism. It was very
evident that Had no not been removed
from the immediate vicinity of the crime
before dark, and before tbe crowd had
become to larce and cnraired. lie would
have been hung to a tree without Judo
or Jury, The alfuir has caused tho ereatest
excitement over known in this community.
TKLKGUAHPIC.
London, March 13. The queen has ap
proved of tho grant of a pension to th
widow of Mark Lemon.
Pari.", march 13. Gambctta will short
ly start on a political tour through France,
and will deliver addresses at all the prin
cipal cities.
Washington, March 13. Tho presi-
lent entertained the Japanese embassadors
at dinner this evening together with other
invited guests.
New York, March 13. A dispatch
says that tho trouble in the Richmond
post-oflico is growing out of tho tyranni
cal deposition fthown by tbo postmaster
thero (Mias Van Low) to her subordin
ates.
London, March 13. Murphy, the well-
known anti-Popery lecturpr, is dead. It
is believed that his death was caused by
injuries received at the hands of a mob
while delivering a lecluro somo time since
at Whitehaven.
London, March 13. The prprietori
of tho newspaper and job printing of
fices in London nro endeavoring to break
up tho various typographical unions in
tho city; and n strike of tho compositors in
consequence of this movement it immi
nent. London, March 13. Tho 'Tiroes' says
that the election of tho new board of Erie
directors, and the elevation of Gen. Dix to
tho presidency, will restore confidence In
tho American enterprise, and consequently
result In tho increase of tho resources of
tho country.
Cincinnati, March 13. Tho 'Chron
icle' hpeclul sy: Isaac 'Whitehead, who
attumpted to throw tho train from tho
track on tho Ohio & Mississippi railroad,
near Wheatland, Indiana, by drawing tbe
spikes nnd changing tho switch, last
November, was arrested by Detective Mat
lock yostorJny In Crawfjrd county. The
prisoner says that ho insdo tho attempt
because ho had a tpito against section
boss.
Indianapolis, March 13. Work on
the Indiana and Illinois Central railway Is
now rapidly pu. undor controct. It is in
thu co Urol of responsible parties, and
when built, will bo ono of tho most valua
ble additions to tho net-work of roads
centering at Indianapolis. Tho road will
be completed and in running order from
Indiunupolls to Decatur, III., within eigh
teen months.
Leavenworth, Kan. March 13. Tho
last spnn of tho great railroad and wagon
brldgo across tho Missour river at this
point was completed this afternoon. Tbo
track will bo laid nnd trains running over
tho brldgo within two weoks. Tho Chi
cago, Rock Island and Pacific, tho Mis
ourl Pacific, and tho Kansas Pacific Rail
Toad Companies proposo building a largo
freight depot ond worehouso at this
placo.
London,' March U-Sometims past
examination was hod Into certain charges
against the wifo of tho Queen's advocate
Gon. Sir Travcrs Twiss, made by Solicitor
Chaffc-s, nil ernin nt tnotnti'-r of li Imr
' This ruiultvd In ft aUil u,i l n it lytittfrore Ur
Jibol on Ladv Twin. Tho hcarlne of the
'mwwiinm.nPKl Inst v.aL' Th. nrinel.
pal witness L.aily 'iravers herselt, wno
j was subjected toasuvcro crois-examlna
Hon, which lasted several day, with re
gard to Immoral conduct previous to her
marriage. This week the case was
brought to a sudden close by the unei
(dainud disappearance of the lady, much
to tbo astonishment of her friends, who
felt confident of her innocence.
COAl
CAIRO CITY COAL
CO!xrnP.2fl"3r.
la praparad to supply custom! with the- baat
quality o.
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
O
RDF.RS lelt at llalllday Urea, office, 70 OHIO
i.r.r.ror at ine t.oai i am oeiow in at.
Cnarlm Halel, will receire prompt atteotloa
1 11 B TUO " MONTAl'K" Will B'lf
coal aloag
Ha aleamara at anr hour
ocxti
IIXINBBS.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
AJtS
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
t'osBSaaartlal Atssarr. rral Ellle)
al Uayltan's
Caj, lLUxeii.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' VrKAlt
MaJa U oralar, or Raady-atawia,
llaa reeeited a full aid complata atotk of gaoda,
ha cewett and complateat In th city. i Int.
menae rant; ol
RIBBONS. LACES AND FRINGES
he oSera iireat mtSucemats to her patpana an
all other, torall on her.exatitltja the prices, titles
ed Qll-lllr li' her ff,.nrte.
THE CITY jVATIOA'AI-
13Ji.2rKZ.
CAIRO ILLI.fOIR.
CAPITAL,
1100,00
W. P. HALL1DAY, Preilden
HKNRT L. HALLIDAY. Vicb Pr ami;
A. U. SiAFFORD, Caahler;
WALTKK UYSLOP, AaslaUnt Caahltr.
siiscToasi
Stiats TiiLoa, xoaiir B. Cramataist,
llxiar L. Uallisat, W. P. IIallidat,
tito. V. WiLuaatioa, Bnraaa tllaa
A. B. Sirroap.
KstcksvaBti, Colts sustl Cssltayd StaUst
Bo aval Bssssajbt auatl Holal..
DEPOSITS received, aad a neneral baatklns;
business aene.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
r CAIB9.
DANIEL HURD, Praaldeit;
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vie-Prs4a1lt
C. N.HU0UE8, Caabler.
COLLiKOTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
FftXCIIA.NOK, cola, bank Botes aatt Unite;
Ii States aeeuntlea bought anal sold.
Iratrrexaf Allarwetl ota Tittte DaMtlla.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
ChsvrUrwd Kttrdw (I, IMf.
orrici iti
a
CITY NATIOAL BANK, CAIRO
omciwi
A. B. 9APFORD. Preairfent;
8. 8. TATLOR, Vlc.Prerrar(
W. 1IYHLOP, tlecretarr aad Treat urar.
BiaaeroMI
P. W. BaacuT,
F. M. rlTOCirLITI.
Cats, aaueasa.
Pal O. Blltl.
R. M. CcaxtxgRAM,
W. P. HALtltAT,
J. M. Paiiutt,
DepstiiUtst SMty AmonatRet4 red Iron
Ten Carttat Vpwtsrala.
INTEKEiT paid on deposits at th rale ol su
1 percent, per annum, Match 1st and Heptetn
ber 1st. Interext not withdrawn ia r.ddrd Ircm
diately tetre prmclpAl of the deposit!, tbtreby
airing them compound interest.
MARRI1D WOMEN AND CUILSREX MAT
DEPOSIT MONET
so tii t no oaa sue oak bbaw it.
Open ere.y busineaa day nom a.m. to prn.
and Hatunlay erenmx lor BAV1NU DKPoaiTb
only, from to o'clock.
au2vtl Vf, XTStOP, trtasarer.
BACK E.YSTO. K'A
f'fiaini)fil.lTAV f I Wf'TIS I
AND MENAGERIE
IS OOMI3STG
And will Exhibit at
CAIRO
a -
OUSTS JDJi.Ur oitl-st
jaiX)A.-Sr, MARCH 22.
Carr 0. W. TitoxMoa, Managing Directors
Thediatlngulahed feature of In Cosmopolitan
are, that It i tho Urgai Crrm, hi. the rarett
aid moat e'tly collection of Luring Wild ni.
mala, a id that th Miiieum embrace, tr.or Hu
man Curlo.llle, lli.o ha, er been exhibited In
th eouthem alate,. In tin- Cirrua Department
will te rounl the follotying Anlta, knoan by all
now rleg people t.i I the llriglileat lilt.ning
Hta a In tho prolesairm.
Mr. Charles Warner,
(Formerly Mrs. Dan Rice,) the Queen of
tuo .nonage.
Madeuoiselle Gracie,
Tba Champion Female Gymnast.
La Bkllk Flora,
Tbe Infant wonder.
Madeuoiselle La Rosa,
Tbe Champion Equilibrist.
Charles Covelli,
The Daring Rider, whose acts fled no
imitation.
Thomas Clifford,
Tho Champion Lea per of tho World.
HARRT EalttETT,
In hit Great Stilt Act.
IIUITT AND UlNDES,
In their Champion Urothcr Acts on
the Trapezo.
Harry Clarks, M. Wiiittony, Charles
Spencer, H. Adams, Dick Weston,
Gymnasts and Tumblers, who have no
equals in America.
Haity Jack Lawton,
The Southern Favorite
CltARLEU ROYCK,
The American Grimaldi.
IN THE MENAGERIE
Will be found th following amraali
ZEBUS, CIVETS, HINDOO SACRED
CATTLE, SPRING HOK, II YEN AO
GAZELLES, COUGARS, MKXI
CAN LIONS, PUMAS, LKOP
ARDS, BROWN, BLACK
AND GRAY MONKEYS.
A SNOW WHITE DEER
The only ono known of in the world.
ALSOTROP. PERRIE HORNBY'S
TROPICAL BIRD SHOW
Embracing nearly all tho Birds of Bril
liant Plumago known to man.
THE MUSEUM DEPARTMENT
Kmbrac'na; human curiositlra, such as Lillipu
tian Queen, Admiral Dot, tho Circassian Deuuty,
aad many other rato Ireak, ol nature.
This Mammoth Show will make Its entry In
town on the morning of Exhibition, with its
Heauti'Ul Mounted Chariot, containing Pro ,
Frank Hpurl'a Draas and lined Hind, r.illned by
the Living Wild Animal, In their no and bau.
tlful Dana, gleaming with emerald and golJ.
REMEMBER THK DAY AND DATE.
TWO SHOWS FOR ONE PRICE.
ONE TICKET ADMITS YOU TO BOTH.
ADMISHION DOC, ( ulldrcu . S9.
Doors opto at 2 and T p. m.
BID. r. BTJCVKS3, Atjl.
fEHFVL
aWaOkB
f
iv
ot
a iim , ri -iik ii .me i U Ion and ail otnrra liter I
ealcd am heieby imtiried that at a aaliof land,
and town Iota made by the aherlli of Alexander
county In th atatn ot Illinois, at Hi door of the '
Court Itouao In the t ily of CAiro, In aatil Jounly,
on the 2V.hand30th data ot June, A. l. Ir7t, the !
inuriaigneu purcnMeil, lor taxea an I costa ua
thereon for the year 1803, coitalt, lot, of lails
iituata In aaiil ciy of Cairo, and addltlona therat
a dcacrlbeu b-low, to-wlt ;
las
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Cairo, Ilia., March 14, 1872.
S Udl- W. P. OII.BF.RT, Purchaser.
HUTCIIfJlH.
CENTRAL 3IEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
H arereepen adtha
rorCLAU MEAT MARKET,
C0MMERCLAX-AY
Bclsstsn Mntb acdlfBtta Slreele,
and will keep constantly on hand the baatmeata
eiaiiKiiterea in ine VAiro maraet. iney aciycotn
petition. Give them a trial. ,epi21tf.
M IIl.li.VLK CROC'ERS.
iiV""sirYYir"&"co.V
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LEVEE
C IRO. ILLINeil,
Also, keep constantly on hand a meat 'com
plete stock of
XiicaxroEs:
SCOTCH AND IRISH WUUIIII
GIN a,
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "Wine
R 'JIIYTII A CO. sell excloalrely for caah.lo
, w Inch fact ther tnrite tbe eapeclal atlen-
tiouot cloao bargain buyers.
Sie-eirtl attention qiven to Filling Order.
WOOD I WOOD It WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa ITtieap, II stot Cfaeavsiwr
han any wood dealer in Cairo. Leare orders
n the a mil-a at the Postofflce an at Roas' coal
ard, on Commercial arenue, between Tenth and
tMcltth ureet,. Cairo, lllinota. .1 sire good
meaaure and Will cord the wood n If deaired.
anirliMI , PKNNIH HAt.Kf.
TO COLONISTS.
IF YOU ARE GOING WEST,
Buy your ticket, orer tie "old reliable" Mil
aoi'Ki Pacric Raii.uo.ii, ihe popular rout from
HI. Loin luBed,lia, Kt. -coll. Lawrence, Knnaas
Oitv , Aichleon. HI. Juaeph, 'imaha, Denrer and
all point, in .Mimourl, Ni braaka. Kansnaand Col
ii mlo, t a u Inch pro to are mom g. Tina Line
ha. an unerpci'tid iqulment in fine day
cnai n-r, Pnlliii'n p-li e aicprs, Miller' aaleiy
. la form, anil the patent neam brake, and Ha
reputuimn tor prompt Hm t and ur- cnnnectlona
iapioveihial. For Viilimble Hit million and aa
-i inner, to make apttoial arrangi menta at lowe.c
rnic, ottered hy my line, call upn or artdre.a K.
A. F nl, licnernl t'aaaei gcr Agent Missouri Pa
Clti R. It Hi. Louis, Mo.
No tri'iitilo to ak quptlona. 3-Cwly.
IIOOTN AXD Nliora.
WILLIAM EIILERS,
Tajhlonable
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH STREET,
Uetween Washington arenue and Poplar
riAino. ILL.
NIU.V WHITER.
CARL L. THOMAS,
IGKLST WBITEB
s now prepaied to reapond promptly to all de
mands for Ins aerrlcc,
SIIOP-COR. 8TU.8T. AND CoMMEKCAL-AY
Isa the Ferry lions,
CAIRO, ILLINOW.
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HALL1DY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGEIVIS
AI0
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
XIRCIIAHT.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
anH at
OhU River tued Uaumarku
70 Ohio Lsvee,
tf CAIRO, ILLINOI
PIAX9H.
SIXTY-F1VE FIRST PRIZE
MEDALS AWARDED
THE OEEAT
BALTIMORE
AXCrACTORY
WaV. KNABE k CO.,
Afonuacfwrcrs of
aAND, IQTJARX AND VPX10HT
PIAIsTO FOBTE3
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND.
These Inatrumenta hare been before the rublio
for nearly thirty years, and upon their excellence
alone attained an ansurcAowa prMmiewntw, which
pronounces mem unoqueiea ua
TONE,
TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP
And DURABILITY
W All our.S'auar Hanoi hare our new New fm
prored OretatrunK tcale aed Ihe Agraft IrtbU
sws We would rail special attentioa to our late
Patented lmprorementa la OaAXD Pianos and
UavABt liaixia, found In no other Piano, walch
brings the Piano nearer perfection than has yet
been attained.
i may piano tvllt waxraxtxb xox
TIVE YEARS, .
Illustrated Cotaloiueaaud Price LI at a cromcll
furniahed on appllcaiinn to
Ha.aaaaE x;u,l
Uauiuoai, Mn
many oi our regular established agenclea.
RAILROADS.
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R.
St. Louis, Locisyillx, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Boston,
ABB AIL
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
PssseiLger trains arrire at and leave Cairo aa fol
low, i
Alt. urates.
aairB. SilSa.m liOO p.m.
t'lrABT 4 tOO a.m at5 a.m.
Coth tralaa connoet at Ceatnlla with train on the
res
Pane, Decatur, Bloomingtca, El Paso, LaSilli
Mendota, Freeport, Oalena, 1'ubuque, and
all polnta In Illinois, Miasoari,
MluneaoU, iViaconeln aad
Iowa. And with;
Lines ruanlng Eaat aad West lor
St. Louia, Bprmgheld, Lnuitnlle,
Cincinnati, Indianapolia, Columbus.
And at Chicago with Michigan Central, Michlga
Southern, and Pittaburg. Fort Wayne
aad Chicago Railroads lor
Detroit, Clereland, Dunkirk.
Albany, Doaton, Philadelphia,
Niagra Falls, Erie. Buffalo,
New York, Pittaburg, Baltimore,
Waahingtoa.
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 2tth, mi, traina;
rua ae follows i
NORTHERN DIVISION.
tbaibs aoiao aorrasaar,
Mail.
Excrea
Leare Virginia C.tta.m .
... 12 3d o.rn.
.... 3.0U "
.... i.-U "
SilT "
Matt.
...... J:S e.m
......4:26 "
S.BS
:10
riirinKoriii -
Taylor III .10:52
Arrive al i'aiia 11:46 m.
taauaaoiau aoarawsar,
Kxpreaa
Leave Paaa 4:00a,m
" Taylorrille Si "
Arrire at tiprlng(leld...C:IS "
Leare apaingfleld .t:24 " -..
Arrlvsafvirinla.......s:!t4 .........
SUUIUAUK utviatui,.
raaiaa ooiaa sevTaaasT,
Leare Edgewood 6:30 a.m - 10:lSa,m
Flora .- I:U " 11:40 "
Arrire at Bhawneelown3:Mp m.... 6:15 p.ra
tbains oetao aoarawur.
Leare Hhawnertown o:4S era ... :20p.n
nora... ,.m..m..uv m.m,.........i:u
Arrire at Edsewood .4j60 ... . t.20
The 6:30 a.m. train from Edgewood, runs only
Mondars. Wadaoadaraand Fridara. and 6:45 a.m.
train trom Biiawneeiewn on luesuaya, jaura
dsvs andbaturdara.
Ciotinecta at Aaniana wun jacaaonriue uiriaion
nl Chicago and Alton Rillroad, for Jacksonrille,
Peleraburg, Maaon City .and all points weat.
At Springfield, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, mi
nioomington, Chicago, aad all points north, nortb
west and weal. ,
At Pans with lod. and 81. Louis, aad Illlaels
Central Railroad for all points east, south and
,0AtbKdgewood with Chlcsgo Dirlslon Illmela
CT.o,R.:,wruh,Ohlo and HIssMPK fAilwjai.
AtHhawoeefoen. with aleamboata for Cincin
nati Paducah. Cairo and St. Loin,,
natl, -MUCH0'"c.rIU,ANLi SMITH, OenMSup'l.
Joax Foo'Jirr.Oen'IFr'Etsnd Ticket Ag't.
ON MARRIAGE.
Happy reliel far young men from theestels if
ertora and abuses m early lite, Maoheod restor
ed, Nerrous dehility cured. lairedimruts lo
msrriae remored. New method of treatment.
N.waud remarkable reroldiea. Uooka and eircu.
Ura sent free. In sealed enreiopea. Addrese
HOWARD ASaOCUTION, No. , South Ninth SL,
fUtladelphla, Pa. deUAwss.
9m
nooK nixDrxr.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JJOMX U. eaKRa.1T a C0..
raoraiKTOit,
Bulletin Buildiug, corner of 12tk
street and Washington avenue,
Cairo, Illlinos.
.rl'in-.of ,nndlnt! and Ru'ln- done al the
iVJ.t Hi VirlcV- tho eerrl-
f-KJl,u?-LV? ''; Mlnderlea of Sc. Loula.
riSjr.'lfiri'f Miahmnt, we can eon
SrlSfV-TlL'T0.1; I""""' ork equal to that
oratr Bindery In the w,t.
JAKE WALTKR,
BTJTOHBB
ami utAiaa m
FRESH MEAT,
Eiohth Street, Between Washixotoh
and Commercial avenca,
Adjaltslar HMUsshoaae de llmmuj'u.
Keen the best of Beef, Pork, Mutton, Vee.
Lamb, ttauasge, etc., and are prepared to serve
eilltena in the moat acceptable i.anner.
ntirus.
BARCLAY BROS,,
OHIO LEVEE
Caibo, Ills
DBTJO-O-ISTS
SARATOGA SPRINGS
U rCIL BLAST
AT lltirA"' BRCO ITOXX.
Faasa ferret, xVaut,
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
Aii axAjr tea csx wiraosr raoma
At Barclays'.
H
E L M B O L D'
S
GRAPE f CATAWBA ) r fox APE ) FILLS
CATAWBA L.J OKAFE
GRAPS I CATAWBA J 1 1 OXATE ) FILLS
ABB ALL Or
EL BfROLD'S KEDICIRKas
IXXJta YROU Vl&ST HANDS,
Always la stock us laaga supply, aa4 far eeJe'Vy
asraiajr Irei
JTJIT XXCXIYXD
ASB
r hy tbe Glass Rtlle r !!
AT BARCLAYS'.
VExtxa Fine Coloonx;
IrGxruinx Imported Extracts;
SflTHAix, Tooth and Nail Brtjshxs
aWlNDIA RUBBXX NUXSEXY GOOj
AT
PURE WHITE LEAD;
Alio
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Beat grades in arge stock aad va
riety, very cheap;
ALSO t
Full Link ot Colors,
VST AD IM Oil;
Paint Brashes, Linseed Oil,
Whltewatt P;asliti Turpentine,
Varnishes Etc. etc.,
ALL BIBBS ABB STABSAaB ICALmat
At Baxclats'.
FAMILT UHOCKAtlrJB.
LOUIS JOB GENS EN,
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
ratnaaer'a Tat! ausel MteMlstR .
WrTBOUT CHAMB.
.1 $
tr. Washington-ax 'and IVwawrtk-aW,,
OAUO IX1B,
S7JU.

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