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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MAY 10f 1872.
, TRAVELER'S GUIDE.
flMITABLKOr THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
Mil after Sunday, M Hth, 171, th follovr
g ie-ttble will jovem the arrival and depart
on of fsaosxtetr train at Cairo i
Assart-Malt train, dally
4rrvaS--Mei1,dsllj . 3:S8a.n.
Kipi 1.00 p.m.
Cairo ud Bt. Louis Short Ltae.
AtTiTe........ ..3:5 p. mi
Depart . l2:Sd.m.
MehsBgtof ears fromCatro lo Hi. Louis. No
hand cea from Cairo to Chlf sen. Elegant
tHog Rooti sleepmg cm on night trams.
MCM checked t all important poIbU.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Notice i hereby siren that John Ir'jy posted
before J. II, 8. Haiaia. 4, . of irnlty precinct,
on tho 21th day of Sprll, 1872, a hsy tnare Hire
ycnrs old this sprint; hsvli.g l.la"k !, nmoe
nd lull. Appraised at ciaMy-feur dollars. May
8th, 1871. ). n. LYNCll.
li i County Clerk.
SIGN OF THE
Will make three trips dally.
LI1TIH1 CtlBO I 1.V.AVIKO MOISD ITT
At 7........ ....J.ra. I At e:.TO. ....... a. in
At li.....-....... .A.m. I At li) ....p m
At 4(30 .p.m. At 6..... p.in
. U , i 1 rl . . . I. . . . rn, St 'J
Will laai, when hailed, at anycood intermediate
ndingior passengers or ireiRni. nov.ui.
CAIRO AND PADUCAIl
The splendid steamer
Bk.v, Howard Capt.
at Cslro nIt.V, rlJnlsrs excepted) at 4
si. v.,r frelihlor tuMiCJ apply on hoar dor
hvaStf JAB Binr., Al,
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE Over M. J. Mcflaulet's druc store,
near corner Conmerclal arrnue ami Eigh
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
IE8irKNOK No. 21 Thirteeaih street, be.
JX tsreea Washington avenue and Walnut atrett.
Office U. Commercial avenue, up stairs.
V. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TJKSIDENCE corner.Vmth ami Walnut ata,
jLVOnVe-coiner -uxlh street and Mhlo levee.
Office hour from a.m. to lit m., and 9 p.in
H. WARDNER, M. D.
fJENIDENCF. Corner Nineteenth street and
XV Washington avenue, near court hou. Of
fice orer the postofflce. Offleo hour 10 to 12
a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m. Imlctf.
R. S. BRIGIIAM, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
ce, 1U C'SBimere IhI Avenne,
Ctpeclil attention pa'd to the treatment of all
Chronic I)re. t-lblm.
Pafcllentlea nmt; Bnlletln BalldlnR,
74 OHIO. LKVKR.
Wholenle and IteHII
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep n lull tock of 1'iire and
EJ JD 1 0 1 1ST 3 S .
AIo n rjmpN'te Una of toilet article, tm
ported ami A meriiaii fioapi,
Posethfr with a larpe aorlment of Drusgiiti
Eitat at Mitchell Lutire, deceased.
The undersigned harlot; teen uppolnted a .
mini. trains if the elt of .Mil. h. II I.iz-ire,
lateofthecnunty of Alexander and xtateoi till
noit, de. eased, lierebr ritc notice that ale Kill
appear before the County Cuun of Alrxamlor
cuuatr.at the Court H.me In Cairo, at die July
term, nnthe thl'd Monday la July iieit, at vhlrfi
time all persona hariog claims ag iIdsi said est In
are notified and requested to attend lor the pur
po ot hanng the same adjusted. All pcr-oiu
Indented to said estate are rfiieled to make Im
mediate payment to the undersiiinel.
Iatedthii7thdaynf M),A. 1) ldT.'.
B-we. ELV LAZVUE, Admlnlftratrix,
An effectual orerenllre of Chnlern. Trnhnl.l
Fecr. Mnl.'ol. Scarlet Fever. .Mcn.d'i.. cat.
tie Disease, and all poitileutial and 'onlaulou.
HfCiyos. It is put Up It pnsfhuard carton, the
ops of which contain prforatlons, from wltloli
t can be trinUlad its from n tieDner lyx. -oI.I
by BRCLAT UU03.
ine rci.iu price i luce! per CKsge,
(Proceedings of the Bonrd of Henlth Otflcla!.)
Orsici Board or HrsLTM. St. Louis. S2.l Mnv.
1871. The resident pliyficians tatestiithe hs
used, in the rity fioopttal, tho carlKinc audi
iivriier and nnus It the tet iil'lnlrclnni nd
elroyer of bugs, iints, corkroadies Ac, til
'hloh he liH' knowledee. Tour committee re-
commsn l the purche of this powder for ue
in iiiq iiupiinis.
rifin'ui r.. ii. unit,.'",
uierx iiokm ot ueaiin.
We r re now In receipt if a fresh stock of
hi)T ttiA HPAvAii ; n?n il fill! lino of
And Painters Materials geoeially.
Emma Priest and Thomas W. Priest, defend
ants, are notified that on April S!7lh, 1H72, Sparrow
M. Nickerfon.comnlsinant. flU.,1 ln hill in ehn.
coun'y Circuit Court, Htate of Illinois, end Hint
said suit is now pendlOK In said court. That tlierw.
iiponasummons was issued out of theelcik's of
fice olssld court agalntt you, returnsbU on the
1st Mondav In JuIt next ta a term of Id mini.
then ta be holden at the roiirl-lionsn in C.ilru, in
mm vuun.r sn" siaiu. dunn v jiartAian.
Dated April 27th, 1S72. cierl:
Allen, MuUey A Wheeler, Sol'rs for Cjinpl't.
ASSIGNEES SALE IN BANK
As asIgneo of K. K. llall A Co., bankrupts, I
"in uun ai uuuiic auction at trie euurt tiouo
door In the CUT of Cairo, llllnn.. nn U'.ln..l...
the eighth dsjot My, A, D. 187i, conmencins nt
uy,w, Bine loiiowing aescnoeu priip
..r'?:!..,""mirJ thirty-seten (S7.) tliWy.elijht
(, thlriy-..ine 3D and forty to.i In bl.iefc mini.
oerea sixn-elght .,) In the city of Cairo, with
u,.iwciiivuia inrrcoa, consistinit ot lour Itne
ueuv nouses ic. jrm. one third caob, an
mwram nij gr iweiso montns witn lien
, ... . Assignee of K. K, HAUL A CO
Cairo, Ills.. April 11, 171.
Ureen A Gilbert Rttorncys. 4-llS0t..
Jraok Hums, defendant, Is notffied tint
d ine nrsi oay or ilay, U7
ABanda Burn, romplslnant, filed her
m iu rnaoccrr tor innirce, in tno Aiexumie
cnuoiy urctui uoun, state or urnols, and th
saia suit Is now pending in said court. A sum
mooswas issued outer the clerk's office of said
court aaalnst vou. retumabln .in lh.Hr,t Mnn
I July next, to n term of a d court th-n t li
Kuuen i me ijuri jtouse in uairo, In said
. JOHN Q. HAKMAN, Cletk
Green AUilbert, solicitors for complainant.
Do jou wh to rceelrc all the brnenflt nf
bst hlue LICK, Kv.
Without the expense of a trip to thoso resorl.
If so. apply tu us. We rfcceiri) theso Maters d.
rect from the sprlugs, and are pivpitred to fur
nish Ititm pure, lUU L'Ol.I), I resli and Litely
from our counier. I'emuns living at n distance,
nr who -m lult tu hsvo the water In their bouses,
cu.be.upplf!il witharKiogii;iii tiottlcs and Ulue
l.iclc 111 botiles, k.gs and uairelH. Call and get
avlrcular in reiuril to tho medicinal virtues of
these noted unlet.
If you want tho host board in tho
city cull nt the Court lluuso Hotel.
sA,?,ChfD.?Jr' d.e','n,lant. Is notified that on the
uae ui narcn, isi, a writ ox attachment wn
lasue l out of the clerk's office of the Alexander
vuut s.ireuu u.urt in me mate or Jllinott,
. f . ".r" urnuioon inenrst 31 on.
"aj, In April, U7Ana the ami of Thomas J. Eut,
Plaintifl. for the mm of 1123 01 and accruing In
terest, which writ has ben .xeciled, nd said
ult Is now pending in raid ourt. 0 es ytm
M1iipplon 'he return day thenar. Judgment
will ! rfc&deid BffHInat vnil an. I Ika u.
swfl.ihli'.'i.lf.'1'e.rf.ll,,r'dJ0 answer, and be
esllwitbaceo.dlng to l.w Plated. Map.h j,h,
'! . JOHN O. NlUMi v nti.li. '
, Mnlksy Whsilsr, ati or plalntiil.'
aao ctsla rors.n.s, t tuterai.r
I rroperty. haven ed their hill in
furee vend' rs lien, in ih 1 1..,.. K .rr.'.,.
ds..C0Un! " Illinois, sgain.t Kilt .
Hlwerald. now El.talth Cosi.H... ,,, 1 ,'.
llo. her liii.bi,i. Ti.ai .-i.i .!. .'. '.
place of the return of'the summons u'",,
aaldcaus. Is the Cist Mondav InJ.iU- . i. ..."
at the term of said tourt tnen to be hidden at it V
Court Uou.e In Cairo, Alexander count), slate ui
. JOIINQ.JIARUA, Clerk
Cairo, May 2nd, 1872. s.idltutl,
Suiiii X Co.,
Oroido ttnd illlton Compound
Cutlery, Plated AS'ure, 1'uiicy (5cx)d, &c
83 Ohio Luvee,
4-231m. Citiro, Illinois.
LOOK II KItC
You nun hvo
30 jior cent.
by buying your Wall Papeh ut Ablo's,
on Suventh aireet, opposite Winter's
XaUteofU. P. Ii. Camitor, decerned
in- undersigned haviog be-n spiolnttsi at
Si' i s ' "f the estate of H.I', ll. Coni.ler,
. -M- ...7 w. nirsauiirr, ann niaie of ll
llaols, deceased, hereby gives notice (hat he w I
pfssar belore Hie county court of Alexndi
flfi Mthe court house in Cairo, at tho June
u. .! ""nosy in June next, jl
which all per.ons having cIsiiim agaiu.t
WMlaataUarooolltled and requested Ml.i.d
fortbsiporpose of having the same s.llu.tH
All perMBt Indeoleu to said estile are renue.teil
to make Imanediate payment to the under.lvne.l
atod tilsxd d.y of May, a. i, 1872.
Jas. , MOBKln, Administrator.
EXTIIAORDINAKV l'UKNOMOKON. Cin.
cinnatl, St. Louis und Milwaukee. Hock
lieer drawn from tho suine ketr nt the
Tlialiu saloon opposiio The llULLKfiN
omc. jjim puncheu cobblers and mint
Julep. iVUlfully conipoundod According to
uiq1; ge,R.ruiy UpproVod formula.
New und fa.luuHUu uuU ttnd Uonnete
Just received by Mrs. Anna Lang on
Eighth street. Ulbbo,,,, Lbcm Jolly
.V, 7',, Vulv, fancy ur
ticles of hII varieties fresh and Iluw.
Ladles call and examine our ,t'ock
fore purchasing eUowhoro. We consider
it u ploaturo to show goodi whether you
purchaso or not. Everything It new und
of tho latest styles, tobu sold verv low.
, .A. N. Cheney, defendant. Is notified that on tl e
oi ssarcri, in:, n w it or attainment hcs
Ua4ouiofthe clerk' olBco of the Alexand-t
ZZ?J. c,nl 4'ourt. in the HUte of Illinois.
. '."Vi returnable on th first Mou
oermiag laUrasi. kk .... .7.1 VT.T :.ZJ7..r. i
aUsuit w now ind V. "T ?
M siiar iSS: E5'0i ;W ' curl. Unle
MN ha Mlore J . i . u "y inereoi, judg.iiBul
wwua can reoutrad t .i.lrr'""
mm ssroraiu to Mm. uttvJir'iUr
Ice Cream has become the Institution
of the aeason, ttnd Phil Satip's tho mou
popular In the city. His saloon has bo
come, in fact, Ico cream headquarters-, and
it i not me failiiuirto eat tho luxury any.
whero clic. It i. kept with tcrunulous
care, is neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable character it pcrwlttod in
It Air. Saup has, also, always on har.d
freib cake of all kinds, candloi. notions.
toys, Ac, and deserves n continuation and
an increase of the popular favor in which
bit titabliibmtnt is held. 0-7dtf
Who will start Uio Groeley club ?
' A now cato of small poi has boon
found on Eighteenth street.
'Sqnlro Itross yesterday fined Marshall
Bates, colored, llvo dollars and costs for
boating his wife.
Yesterday was Ascension day and was
observed by religious s rrlM In tho Epis
copal and Catholic churcues.
Tho soclablo nt Mrs. Capt. Hurd's on
last ovonlng was really and truly n "socia
ble," pleaant in every repect and highly
enjoyed by every body present.
Mr. R. P. Kobblns is the Cairo agent
for tho Protection Llfo Insuraneo compnny
of Chicago. Look out for his advertise
ment in a day or two.
On Wednesday night, n set-to occur
red between a citizen and one of tho city
officials. Tho officer was victorious and
tho citiscn has concluded not lo engage in
any more rounds with reform ofllcials.
A special dispatch from Mound City
to tho Louisvillo Courler-Iournul says:
"Tho leading Democratic papors und all
prominent Democrats in Egypt indorso
Greeley and Hrown." Tho dUp.itohiit I
I'nducah has "Jake"' Varden hats.
Tho Kcntucl.lan Jsays, "Jako was n lull
brother to Dolly and entitled to quite as
much consideration as his sister."
Two youtig ladios engaged in selling
tickets for tho Probytorian Sunday
school picnic, sold eleven ticket in tho
Dulleti.v office yosterday.
Tho Presbyterian Sunday school is
making arrangements for a basket pic
nic on next Tuesday. Tho party will go
to Caledonia on tho steamer Eckert.
The Steamor Eckert, which will carry
tho Presbyterian excursionists to Cale
donia on next Tuesday, will leave at 8
I o'closk in tlie morning unit return at 6 in
tho evening. ,
A privato letter received yesterday
from a ((inner resident of Cairo, now In
Sardls, Misj., sayi, "the democrats herenro
all for Greeley and Drown and opposed to
a nomination by tho democracy."
Bioss won't lot unv man boat his
wifo for less than ttvu dollars, und accord
ingly "Jchn Robinson, who whipped his
wilo yesterday, was lined live do lars und
costs. Unublo to pay, ho was sent to Jail
for ntno nays.
Wo havo roccived several numbeis of
.Puck," an illustrated comic pnpor pub
lished in St. Louis. Tbo cartoons are ox
ccllont. Wo consider the "Grand March
to Cincinnati," und the "Grant Gunrd
marching to Philadelphia" equal to uny
tbing Niut has done.
Tho 'Sun' is satisfied that "tho de.noc
rncy will muko no nominations, but In
dorse tho action of tho Cincinnati conven
tion, which opens tho way for a big light
this summer between the republicans and
tbo coalition." And tho big fight will end
In a big victory for tho coalition.
A rather fierce combat occurred on tha
corner of Commercial avenue und Fifth
trcoton Wednesday night. Tho btilllg
eronts wero a colored man and woman.
The first appeared to be following tho lat
ter against her will, which sho resented
by knocking him down with a brlcls bat
and then cutting him with a knife. No ar
rests wero made.
Wo havo had tho pleasuro of examin
ing two pieces of sheet music, "The
Llttlo Orphans" and "Little Annie" tho
music of which h tho composition of Mr,
N. P Curtleo, now of thU city. These
songs aro published by Rainier & Weber
of St. Louis und are highly praised for the
sweetness und beauty of tho melodies.
Road in difluront ways wo find tho in
itials of tho liberal nominees to produce
tbo&Htno rcsultH, thus:
H. G. (Horace Greeley.)
G. 11. (iriit7. Iirown.)
Now, tako thu initials to tho left, up
ana down, and you bitvo again H.G. (Hor
ace GreolOj), and then tako tho Initials to
the right and you havo again G.B. (Gratz
Brown.) Tho fates aro nt work.
Tho 'Sun' informs its readers that tho
Bulletin hut declsred for Greeley and
Brown against the world, and says, "wo
expected this when we read Greeley's
manifesto, published in tho 'Tribune' yes
tcrday morning." Tho "Grecloy mani
festo," as our neighbor calls it. had noth.
ing to do with pur declaration of allesri-
unco to Oroeloy and Brown tho itetn in
question was written before wo read tho
'Tribune' article, but the latter has not
caused us to regret our determination.
Ono of tho resolutions of tho colored
mass meeting held ut Pbillis' hall on
Tuesday night denounces tho "Cincinnati
'convention as being u dangerous tnovo
' ment against tho interests of the country,
1 urd calculated to destroy the beat party
mat was ever organized, and tho only
'party that hangs out on her broad ban
ners equal rights to all men without dis-
' tinction of raco or color." And yet this
party in Cairo can't bu Inducod lo nomi
nate Mr, John Gludnuy, colored, for sher
iff of this county Mr. Gladnoy, ono of
tho speakers nt the meeting which pusned
this resolution, Gladnoy, who, tho 'Sun'
says, "always converts his hearers."
Wo notice any numbor of handcomo
now buggies on tho streets siuco tho lato
pleasant wcathor, These jaunty vehicles
are owned by prosperous Cuiroites, and
add. considerably to tho liveliness of tho
streets und avenues.
sue irau women who wero arrested
Bishop Scott, who attended the Meth
odist conforonco held In this oily last
Fall, and who although In very feeble
health nt tho time, left n .remarkably
pleasant impression on all who heard Mm
tho few time's ho was ablo to address the
conference, Is present at the gonoral con
ference now Injsosslon In Brooklyn and
Is thus spoken or by tho Now Yont
Bishop Lovl Scott is In tho se vontlcth
year of ins age, tho forty-sixth of his min
istry and twentieth of his episcopate
During thoso twenty years ho has fulled
to meet but three if tho conferences as
signed to him, und thoso failures wero
caused by sickness last year. Ho entnred
tho Pliiiudelphiit Confoicncoin 1826. His
home In In Dolawaro, whoro his presenco
in tho community Is felt ns tho genial sun
shlno alter n shower on tho new-mown
grass. Bishop Scott was fleeted to this
ollico nt a time when ho was Book Agont
in tho Methodist publishing hotito in this
city and tho present agent, Dr. Carlton,
was elected to that position tho same year,
and has remained in it bver since. The
gentleness and geniality of Bishop Scott'a
nature itro very manifest In all his per
mons and utterances. His chief desire
is to spend and bo spent in tho scrvlco of
Christ nnd of tho Church of his choice.
Ho is in rather feoblo health nt present.
Tnr the Exoklioii. Thoto who In
dulgo themselves in luxurios such St.
Louis Lager Beer, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and Ice cold Lemonades, all
sweetened with finest piano musie, should
call on Fred. Blafikenberg.s. Ho has tho
coolest, quietest and finest aaloon In the
west. He has also u line billiard tabic for
tho ttso of his guests and.his cigars cannot
be excelled. 5-10dlm
Dr. Brighatn will deliver a lecturo
before tho Cairo City Teachers' Institute,
at 11 o'clock to-morrow on the subject
of physiology und laws of hygienic, ns ap
plicable to tho training of children. Pa
rents aro cordially, invited. The Institute
meets In thu high shuol room, at tho upper
A good cock,
Apply at The Bl'llktik
The Central House nr Mrs. A. M.
Gaknkt. This Housois thoroughly ron
ovatcd und fixed up in tho best stylo. Ac
commodation for ono hundred day board
ora on the most reasonnbto terms. Board
by tho day or week. Bonrd nnd lodging
on tho most rcntonablo terms on Sixth
street, between Washington nnd Commer
cial uvoiiuo. M-Odtf
Tho ArUngton GiirdcTi,"a dollphtful
place of resort, Is now ready for visitors.
Tents havo boon spread on the green
sward, it high, closo fenco surrounds tho
gnrden, and ladles nnd gentlemen may
enjoy tho finest of Ico cream and the cool
est of lemonade, freo from Iho public gaxn.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r,
DOGS I DOGS! IMGSl
On nnd after tho 16th day of Muy
Inst., all dogs found running at largo on
which tho tax has not been paid, will bo
Impounded nnd disposed of In nccordatico
with tho ordinances of tho city of Cairo.
O-Hdtd A. Cai.v, City Marshnl.
Titv Welch's London Conkection
er v, corner Commercial nvcnuo and
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Spongo and
Lomon Cakes, Pics, Tarts and Blanc
Mango, Jollies, ic, hupper parties and
picnics supplied nt tin lowest prices.
Win, Ehlers, at hisshopon Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court House hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of overy
stylo und variety, warranted to give per
fect satisfaction. Hu keeps' gsuulno French
calf and gives his customers nil he prom
A' Social Party und danco will bo
given at tho house of Mrs. Allen on 19th
street between Poplar and Cummer-
cial avenue. This ball is for tho benefit of
a deserving widow woman who lost all shu
had by flro last week. All should take n
ticket and attend this party. Tickets only
60 conts. ut
Numbers 1155 and 1406 of 'Littcll'a
Living "Age," for tho, weeks ending April
li'th und May 4th, contain articles on
lleury Wurd Beccher, from thu 'Contem
porary Review;' Turner and Mulrcudy,
'.McMillan's Magazine;' Richard Steele,
'Temple Bur;' Tho Christian and Pagan
Ethivs, 'Spectator;' New Japanese nnd
Chlneso Trentlcs, 'Pull Mall Gazette ;'
trench Manners', 'Blackwood's Muga
zino;' Tho English of tho Prayer-ilouk,
'Suturdny Revlow;' Modern Manners,
'Temple Bar;' M. Thiers, 'Economist;'
Tbo Dutch Tercentenary, 'Saturday Re-
view;' Easter Eggs, 'Pall Mall Gazette;'
Frederick Dcnlson Maurice, 'Spectator;'
Frafit'o und Germany, 'Pall Mall Gazette;'
tho continuation of Tho Adventures of a
Phaeton, by Win. Black, author of "A
Daughter of Ileth;" ''Oh" the Skelligs," by
Joan Ingelow; "Tho Story of tho Plebis
cite," by tho distinguished French writers,
MM. Erckinann-Chulrlan, etc. Tho sub
scription pricoof this CI pugo weekly mag
uzinoi9?y a year, and for$10any one of the
American $1 magazines is sent with tho
'Living Ago' for u year.
LITTEM.& Gay, Bo-ton, Publishers.
The Gallatin GazetteIs out In warm
advocacy of Greeley and Brown. All the
prominent anil other Democrnts of Galla
tin county tiro ulso shoutors for Greeley.
Tlifi ball is rolling tilling.
Grand Pic Nic of tho Cairo German
Turners, at Port Jefferson, Kentucky, on
Pfingst-Siinday, May 19, 187'.'. Tho ferr v
boat I' engaged for tho occasion nnd will
leave thu foot of Eight street precisely nt
8 a.m. and 1 p. m. Tickets Cu ctt. for tho
round trip A good time Is anticipated, as
everything pussiblo will bu done to make
it n joyful otrasion. Come one, comonll.
i Carl L. Thoman,
Commltteo of Arrungomont-,
ICE! IUEl! IUfiM!
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to ccntlnuo
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lake ico will bo delivered.
IlUbf., Loo.mis, & Co.
For all tho popular warm weather
beverages, go to tho Thalia saloon, cornor
of 12th street and Washington avenue.
A first class shoo maker by Hardv &
Grecnwold, cornor Seventh street nnd
AVashington avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
the little ke.vtuckiak,
No. 63 Ohio levee, is (he place whoro
they keep tho freshest fish und Kume, and
tho finest wines, liquors und cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty-
iivo cents. Open day and night, ut all
hours. J. E. Park. Pronrletor.
A Sad Falli.no Out. It Is Indwl n
sad falling out when, after the closest in
timacy, tho hair parts company with tho
head. Fortunately tho lamentable sepa
ration may bo easily prevented and tho
twain moro closoly united than over by it
timoly and systematic uso of Lyoni
Kathairon, the mou potent invigorant
of tho hair nnd promoter of it growth nnd
beauty known to human pharmacy. It
completely obviates tho dry nr.d parched
condition of the roolsofthe hair, which is
preliminary to its coming out, by supply.
Ing tho preciso degree of moisture requi
site to its preservation to a healthy "tutc.
It is the only true diisolvcnt nnd cvapo
rant of dandruff nnd other impurities of
tbo scalp, whoso presenco is injurious to
tho hair. As a beautlfler of tho head tho
Kalhairon has no equal. It not only In
creases the quantity of tho hair, but Im
proves Its quniity Immediately, imparting
n lustrous nppearapco and silky texture
which nre cxceldlngly attractive.
3-8 dcod &wlt
SPRl NOFIEL D A N D ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and ufter Monday, April 24th, 1971!,
trains will run us lollows :
TSAtS GQlltS fUTUri.T.
Leave Vlrsiuln CM t. m.,
' Sjoinglleld- VM "
, niii . iiit;H,, iu iz f
trains nixa NoaritarsT.
....12 to i..n.
.... 3;00 "
.... A '
.... 6.17 "
I.eavfl r.ma i.uo n, m
" I'Sklortllle t )l "
Arrive ntHpro tl!e....c.lS "
avo vprinitleitl. 2S "
Arrive nt VI gmia -.i "
,.".rj n. m.
SOUTHERN D I V I I O .V .
TliAIMj OOINIJ soriiuiaT.
I.eovc !, nod .ft.3Mn.tn ..ln.lOn, m.
' rljia baA ll.4o "
Arrlte ut alimoeet'ii 2 ' j i is
TEitss coita sciTiirAsr.
Leave "liawuceimii,...C 4.', n, n i 20p rn
" I'lura 2U " 7011
Arrive ut K.lgoii I tu ' h,i
TltefWWH. in. train from Kdr'urth run. only
Mondays, Wednesday and Krui.ijs, nn the&.u
a. in. 11 wits troui clMwntetiiwn tn Tiii-uye.
Ihiirsdays and ntiiriUj s.
Connect nt AsbtHtid uith .1irlc ..inril'n .11 vl..!....
of Cluo ig.i and Altou llailromf, fur .taoksnuvilU.
ret isbnrg, Mttun City, and all points urht.
T.i'edo, abash and Wesio n Railroad, tor
llluiiiiimgton,Uiidaiii and nil point north, inrlh-
nut s-ii'i i e-ii,
At j U4, with itie Indiana an. I ri, Isftii-. anj
.mmwi .r-i.,sn, (Hiirvas... jwf nil jrtJiniB fUll. OttIfl
At Kdgwfiiili wl'.li Chicago division Hilton Ccu
t Mora xllli Ohio and Mississippi railroad.
At Siwiieetoun with Meauibtfats forCiticllili.itl
I'S'IuchIi, Lslrnand nt. Louis.
OIU.AMJ isJilTJt, (Jcn'l.fiHp't
Juiix 1'oc.uirr, Gon'l 'r'gt and Ticket As't.
asv night-und it i, believed nearly all In
be city were-left tovvn 0 1(J ,
Central. At DuQuoln, tho pleasant ro
lations or the putty wero dlsturbeJ-
row ensued und the visages of sevoral of
tho number were marred by black eyes
bleeding notes, etc, '
Take Notice. Tbo German School
Grand Picnic will bo held at Scbeol's
Hull and nut at tbo Flora Garden? By or.
der of the Committed of Arrangement.
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho sun pie room
has received the appointment of agent for
tlio salo of tho Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wino Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which wo havo been
favored is a tamplo of tho quality of
these wines, then wo aro prepared to say
that they are among tho best we havo over
tasted. He has Just recolvcd a largo con
signment, which ho Is prepared to sell nt
tho lowest figures. Ho has also on hand a
largo nnd complete stock of tho various
brand of Irish, Scotch nnd Americnn
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th strcot
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to aecommodato tho public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rata limn any other first-class houso in
thu city. Tbo rooms aro. all well fur
nlshcd, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodution of Commercial
"Bents. The houso ii located In tho con
lor of the business part of the city within
-on square of (he post office. 4-9-tf
ILLINOIS CENltAL RAILROAD
100 Mlli-sj Hie Miurlml Huntc
Classify Mllt'S) llioNliurtml Ituuls.
TO ST. LOUIS.
NO CHANGE OF CARS
I'KOK CAIKG TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
OFLY ONF CHANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo.
'etri.lt, Clrvetiiid, Niagara Fulls
ui .do, I msbuig,' ,uJt ,,n.
imlllmure, JPhiladHphln, Ncvv Vork. '
Boston anil all points ftt't,
Jlllwaukle, Jnnesvllle, Madison.
UCroiiio, Hi. Caul and nil points nurlh
his Is nho Die only direct rutte lo
Hecnmr, llloomlnston, Njirmgeld.
.orift, yult7.1 . Kokuk,
llitrlinglou, Uwk UUnd, La hnlle.
Mendout, Dixon, Kreeporl,
llaltna, Uiihii.iiie, M.mx wJcv.
Omaha and ail points northwest,
Eloarant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
HuWfje Clucked 10 all Important polnls.
. For tickois and Infurmstien. annlv to 1. c n.n.
oeput t airpi ou board tno trsnsit steiimer la.,
tweeu Colun. bus and Culro, aud at tu priDcitnl
rallrna tluktt omct thrimghout the iouth, '
, W. P. JOIIN-tiN. Oen'l t-as. Ag't, Chlcaeo.
A. Mucasti. Gen'l bup't. Chicago. '
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
E L , DORAhO
B LLIARI) SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN JATEH, Proprietar.
IWCsmmercisl Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
r.esl brand of Callfps Ueigarsjtist received,
Blt.I.lAllIJ saloon luruished eith the tSt ol
tallies; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
n I cigars of the finest brands.
And llsaler In Foreign and Domtl
WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
07 Ohio Leven,
Uetneeb Mntli and TnlU fltrests,
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINOIS
Coinincrcial-av., Foot of Elcventh-st.
Best quality of Limo and Cement al
ways on liund, and for so nt the
very lowest figures for caah.
Leave order ot Uieofl'ce on Cornmerdal-ar. al
he foot of Weveath street. corl&d-'.rn.
II. SMYTH & CO.,
StS HHHtHtlHtlSHMH.IIIIISrtltlKltH,,,,,,,,, ,
t' A I It IS I 1,1,1 N MIS,
A'o, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete !ok of
fCH AND IRISH WHISKIEa
l'ort, Maijeria, Sherry and Catawlia intu
D -'HYTII l CO. sell exclusively for essh.l
1. which fa-t they invite the e.plsl atlen
uwu i.i cio.e carsin ouyers.
Sptcutl attention giren tu Filling Ord'rs
FOnWAKUINf; AM) COMMISSION
ME It I'll A S TH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And .lirents of
Olilu Itlver uul KHiinwha
70 Ohio Levee,
LLKN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Will Ism J.Allen,
John II. MuiUuv. L
sHTPartleiilar attention paid lo river sod ad.
mirally business. u l ua'
OFFICB-Over First National Bank, Ohio Levee
. GHEKN & OILBERTi
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Vi I law II. Oroen, .
Mttmit'ert:"' AHIO, ILLINOIB.
sTSpecia. attantian given to Adwlraltr sod
OFFICE OHIO LITIS, MOMB 7 AMD S) OTII
CITY sTATIOWAL IAVK.
Our Home Advertisers.
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notary nmiic. n, p.j,,, n,, ,,( H ,,,
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVESTOCK.
ACCIDENT, LIFE, '
.NOIITH AMCItlCA. PA.,
A,,cU 2,7IJ,0OO W
IlAllTFORD, CONN ,
A,,el 2,T,210 7J
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INTI'.IISAI fON'AL, N. T
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AML'ltlCAN CENTRAL, JK).,
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CO.V.MXT.CLT MUTUAL. 1,1 FK,
Assets iw,wx),n.i oo
ti!avkli:rs', hautfoiiij, i.m: and
KAIL A'AY I'AHHE.N'OKK-S A Sl'lt.sNCK '
Aets f'M.W 03
Assets - M I7,a.;2 CO
S A FFOKD, MOHKIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.(vm,
City National llank, CtlRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL, LITE,
A els......... -. mM,
ANCIIOHD FlllE AND MARINE
Of St. Louli.
.'.licii.r.ll kiais of risks.
FIRE AND MARINE
X 1T S TJ "R, 2X2 e
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
OERMANIA. N. V,,
HANOVER, N. Y.,
KEPUDLIC, N. Y.,
72C M. W
Af'et 7M,2i 05
Cotnprlsinz thr Underwriters' Aene).
YONKEUS, .V. V.,
A"t - S7 401 SI
M MEN'S VUND, b. I,
fcKCURITV, N, Y. MARINE,
- I.I32.HJ V)
btoies, Daelllngs, Furulture, Hulls and Csr
Knes, Insured nt rales as f tvi-rsble hi sound, per
uisnent security will wirrar.U
I respeotfiilly ask of the eltliens ol Cairo, a
snart of their patronage,
IHMIBSI, SsANII, ETCi
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT)
13J TENTH STREET,
noore, RMh, Bllarla. Moaldlnc.
KnvfUnttrrsj, (wood) Wladow nnd liopr
Framea, rioorlnit;, I.iUi,
Nhluglee, Ulnaesi Nat.b, uUkhI a,,
Light. UUBed Trauaoina,
Naab Welffhta, Haab Pnlllsns aud Cords)
Blind rMtNlaisrsi, Roonnr;
rrlf, Kooasift Cem.Bl, PUateritJff
raisor, Carjset Fell, Wlilte
Ottd, UmsumI oil. American Window
Olnaa, Kanllib nndrronck .
Plato Ulaan, Pntty, UlaaUr'a Volau
aawsr Pllu. D. rblmn...
40RNTO lor Roek Wti Papr ConDur1,
HhMthina '.H .ad Quarls cimout. "t0
, W. Joha'a Improved Kooflu, ,