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Fait Stock. dpt. lion. Howard and
oibar partici, paiied through the city yoi
terdey from Metropolli, with fait ttock
for the Charleiton, Mlnourl, fair.
Fok a neat lit and work that war
ranted, go to the merchant tailoring ei
Ubldbment of Mr. Fred Rose, No. 104
0. Hanmt, largctt itock of muslin.
BieWAKK Bund Bali. The Blimark
Bund people are doilrotn of making thel
ball, to be given on the evening of tb
21th I nit., at Scheel'i hall, a iucccis. Tho
tlckeU are only one dollar each. The af
fair will be a very ploaiant ono. Every
body ihould attend.
To axt of our friondi who desire
flrit-claii article In the lino of booti, ihoo
or galteri, made to order, of tbe'beit stock
i , . ... 1
ana in any iiyie or pattern desired, we
would tay try W'm Ebler't before going
eliewbere. 10 lotf
Bold Bobbsri. Vcilcrday two negroes
pusing along Commercial avenue, boldly
weicea into a nouie at the corner of Tenth
itreet, occupied by a wash woman, and
took from a bed a lot of clean ihlrti with
wnicn tnoy leiiurly strolled to the
levee, where they were captured by offl
cere Arnold and Cain and who lodged
mem id me county jail.
itock of dresi goods at 0.
uabd or thanks. Toe concert and
oyster supper given under the ausptcos of
me uerman Lutheran Ladies' Association
of Cairo was a success In every way, and
wo feel inclined to express our sincero
thanks to all who patronized us, especially
to those who so liborally contributed gifts
and allowed the free use of the hall, furni
ture, queensware, etc.
Committci or Akranokmk.vts.
Mr. 0. Hank? has just returned to this
city with a stock of fall goods, which for
quantity, quality, style and cheapness ho
is confident has never been oquallod in
this city. He will offer an assortment of
ladies' dress goods, handsome prints, mus
lins, notions, etc., etc., at extremely low
figures. Call and examine, and be con
Dr. McCauk's groat aguo euro or com
pound extract of Liriodondron is puroly
vegetablo and will novor harm tho most
delicate constitution. It is well adapted
to all ages and sexes and not only euros
the most severe attacks of chills and fever,
but tones up the system to such a degree,
that a relapso rarely, if ever, will take
Suddin Dcatii. His many friends
in this city, were astonished to learn on
Tuesday, that Walter Queen, lately of
Carllnville, in this State, had died of quick
consumption. Few know that he was
Ick until they heard of his death. He
was an excellent man, well-llked by all
who knew him. His remains were taken
n charge by the Odd Fellows, and sent to
his friends at his former home.
Charleston Fair. We are informed
by Mr. Greenfield that his ferry boat will
come to the Illinois shore, tho first trip, at
7 a.m., and leave tho Missouri shore at 0
p.m., to accommodate persons going to
me lair. All stock for exhibition will bo
returned free of charge by bringing sec
retary s certificate that they were shown
at mo ralr. 3l
Large stock dress suits at C. Hanny's
Ooni Up Angelo Marre, a Memphis
thief, well-known in this city, was re
cently sent to the Tennessee penitentiary
for three years for complicity in tbo
Atbey safe robbery at Memphis. Thero
are six other indictments hanging over
Marre, one "for having in possession coun
terfeit money," another "for harboring a
felon after the act," another for being
"accessory before the act.to a felony," an
other for "receiving stolen goods," and an
other for "receiving and harboring a
Thr Oathomc Fair. This fair, now
being held at P. Cuhl's, on Ohio Loveo,
was not fo well patronised on Tuesday
evening as it would have been had not the
Inclement weather interfered. Tho taste
shown by tb ladies having the manage
ment of the fair is cortainly to be admired.
Mrs. FiUgorald and Mrs. Walters have a
table loaded down with cakes, fruits and
candies. Mrs. Farr and Mrs. Ryan havo
one equally as good. Missos Malory and
Crowloy have a table of an assortment of
notions, etc., which deserves patronage,
Then Mrs. Nugent has chargo of the sup.
per table, which Is stockod with all tbo
delicacies which the market affords, be
sides oysters in abundance Thoy also
havo a fine lot of parlor furniture, which
will bo rallied off to-night, this being tho
last nigot or the fair.
Pbeparino roR Cold Weatuir. Dick
Brown, a notorious colored thief who
harbors in the barracks, votes tbo radical
ticket and acts as one of Munn's thues.
entered the grocery of Cheney & Wilcox,
corner of Washington avenue and Eighth
street, on Tuesday night and asked for
ten cents worth of almonds. While Wil
cox was waiting on him, ho grabbed an
overcoat worth $28, containing $7 in
money ana papers, and mado bis exit
through tho door on a dead run. The
officers are on tho lookout for him, but he
win prooaoiy not he caught until election
Mrs. Ahna Lano, Eighth stroet be
tween Commercial and Washincton ave
nues, has Just received a largo and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par-
I - - .it f i
ti.uir neouon to ner Handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear
.nu.iLt . ...
uiu.ming new in tbis market. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined aro
also something now and the most comlort
able thing for children in cold wcatbor
ever devised. Mrs. Lang also has a wel
selected assortment of bats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts all
of which will bo sold as cheap as can bo
found elsewhere in this market;
Nobody denies that if you would havo
oysters by the plate, stowed, fried, roasted
raw or on the half-shell, by the dozen,
can or barrel, there is only one placoln tho
ciljr where you can get the freshest, juiciest
and best. That place by common consent
is the Thalia Oyster-saloon, at the corner
of Twelfth street and Waslngton avenue,
and, while there, If you should chance to
Mil for glass of St. Louis lager j a glass
fine, native or foreign, or something
"r kind, your own good taste
Lvt Jaeckel keeps the best.
"ll nail frtr urti.ft ......
2di .-a it '
imu i jruu io uoi
jrjooay wtu say
Mr. Black, of the City Shoe Store.
has returned to the city, having purchased
very large stock of fall and winter
boots and shoes, which he Is now dallv re-
.air. uiack has selected his poods with
his usual care and tasto, and guarantees
nis mends and patrons who may call upon
mm, a nrst-class articlo. Mr. B. hav-
ing mot with such eood success In Intro
ducing ladles', misses' and children's cus-
torn made shoes of Brolaski make, has
made arrangement with the abovo pen
tlemcn for a line of their gentlemen's
ana youths hand mado boots and shoes,
to which ho ivites tbo attention of the
gentlomon of Cairo. 10-10-tf.
C. Hanny, largest stock of Blankets.
A Nioqkr in the Wood Pilk. Old
Dick Chandler is a lollv old black soul
and stands high in colored circles, belne
an intimate personal and political friend
of Mr. Pope. In consideration of Mr.
Chandler's valuablo political sorvicei, Mr.
Pope Induced Mr. Munn to persuade Mr.
Logan to Induce Mr. Grant to aonolnt
Dick mail carrier botween the Fisk and the
postofllce at Caledonia. Yesterday morn
ing Mr. Dennis Cody arose from his com-
fortablo bed at about 4 o'clock, and dis
covered tho good old soul, Dick, at big
wood pilo, with a largo armful, ready to
wond his way to his loyal home in which a
fire was in great domand. Mr. Codv ar-
restod tho old wretch and handed him
over to Officer Martin, who confined him
tho county jail. It is always thus.
Tho infornal Greeley men persecuto loyal
colored men, and even for so small an of
fense as stealing wood, immuro them in a
dungeon. But let us havo pationco.
Grant's bayonets will stop all this some
Tub Small-Pox. Tbore are several
cases of this dreadful dlsoase in this city
and it is spreading with alarming rapid
ity. The disease is not epidemic. It has
in almost eyery instance been brought to
tho city from St. Louis, either by boat or
rail. Last Sunday a case was put offon one
of tbo wharfboats from the steamer Grand
Tower and is now in the pest house. On
Thursday another man, just "breaking
out" got off an Evansville boat and was
loafing about the levee when he was dis
covered by Arnold, who immediately put
mm oacic on tbo boat and required the
officers to take proper caro of him. There
is not, as wo havo said, ono caso in the
city that did not come from or originate In
St. Louis or somo other city than tbis. It
is thoreroro clearly the duty of the au
tboritios to placo an officer at tho wharf to
watch night and day and compel steam
boats to take care of their own small-pox
patients. Arnold has boen doing this
whenever a caso came under his observa
tlon, but ho is not paid for tho work, is
not an officer of tho city and of course will
not long do such work without pay,
Uo should be regularly employed. Mayor
Lansden and the board of health, are, we
aro glad to say, doing all they can to nip
the disease in tho bud. Wo havo littlo
doubt they will act upon all suggestions
made with a view of stopping the head
way of the plague. They are now pitted
against tbo small-pox, and if they do not
work intelligently and faithfully they and
other citizens will bo pitted bv It.
Personal. Judges Green and Allen
and Mulkoy and Baker are courting some
where out of tbis jurisdiction.
Jake Bradley is falnty and threatens
to go back on Grant.
Judge Bross still flaunts his whlto
hat defiantly in the face of Radicalism.
Mr. Munn is hence. Chicago was
honored by his presence a few days ago.
Our genial and kind hearted friend
Horrman Moyor is on a visit to his friends
Georgo Gary Eggleston, formerly of
tbis city, is now editor-in-chief of the
'Hearth and Homo.'
Potter of tbo Mound City 'Journal'
paid our city a visit yoitorday. He ro
ports Greoloy stock on the increase in his
ine piaoid Linecar is lecturing nn
honesty, and the duty of postmasters to
act on tbo square Ho is reported to bo in
xavor oi urant,
. . .
air. noun minks bo has a right to
cuimrue me law lor himself. So ho has
But he must allow us to say his construe
tion is peculiar.
Mr. Oborly will address the RfivAr.
eigns at three differont places In Union
county this week Thursday. Fridav. and
... - ' '
urawiord, a dovilish cood fellow.
who puts down asphalt pavements and is
not at work at the custom-house louarn in
this city, will finish his job this week.
uulse, the peculiar doctor of Kt.hit,
stroet, is training for mayor next Spring.
win p.uuauiy do meitadical candidate.
Ho is a representative man of that
and should not bo passed by on the othor
Kov. Mr. Thomson is in better health
than durint; manv veara. Cairn .......
1th him and bo with it. There la. in
short, a mutual understanding betwann
the two. Tbev hava cnnrhtAA l A .l.
Col. Rice, the chief nnoln..,- nf !,.
Cairo and Vincennes road, is in the city.
It is surmised that he was here to in
augurate the preliminaries foraconnection
oetween nis road and the Calm ,a
Mr. Davis, the able editorof tho 'Sun.1
loft yesterday for Chicago on a minion to
the Radical stale central committee. Ho
was disguised. His most intlmato friends
did not recognlzo him. Ho hadon a clean
hlrt, and had lately washed his faco and
Col. Lowe has lust completed a can
ass of Pulaski, Massao, Pope, Hardin and
uonnson counties. H i observation. 1rt
him to believe that the Liberals will make
largo gains In those counties. Tbo calm
win on greatest in Pulaski, Pope, and
massac. aardin and Johnson are sub
laniiany unchanged, and Johnson is
apathetic on tho Radical side.
dink assortment of ladles' fans at 0
iuiuB,-raui rails is the name
the pilots havo given to tho rapid curront
that runs by Capt. Falls' placo opposlto
this city in Missouri, and Cairo point.
Vacclnato I Vaccinate I
aim they rise the new buildings of
The Arab house
Schmidt is pushing it.
ibe tilling of Goose pond on tho
Cairo and Mound City road lias been com
Tho chain gang wero doing good sor
Mce in the way of scraping mud
from off the cross-walks.
August Myers was fined five dollars
and costs yesterday for calling ono of his
leuowmen a liar. Paid liko a man.
The North British and Mercantllo
Insurance company, Safford, Morris &
Candeo, agents, have "opened out" in this
Tho parlor concert at tho residence of
Safford and Candee, Tuesday night, was
well attended. The enlertainmont was
uiank books manufactured at The
Bulletin office cheaper than in any city
In tho Unltod Statos. Wo mean what wo
say. Try us.
The oystor stows of Jaeckol aro bo-
coming the talk of tho town. They are
as great a success as Liberal torch light
processions in Cairo.
An intelligent politician of tho eitv
thinks tho cause of Greoloy is not boDe-
loss in this state because there aro 500,000
German voters in our borders.
Tho commissioners of highways ore
going to inspect the roads along tho Mis-
sissippi river to-day. They intond to
spond all the money they can raiso in re
The next demonstration of tho Lib
erals will bo mado next weok. Palmer
and O'Brien are to bo the orators. Five
thousand torchos are to be procured, if
thoy are needed.
Hurd, Linton and Orr aro coinc .into
the wharfboat business in this city. They
have purchased tho hull of the steamer
Alice Dean, and will bring her out as soon
as the river rises.
Wise Watson Webb is cuttine down
the shade trees in bis yard and is build
Ing a new fence. The trees marred the
beauty of his fine residence, and made peo
ple of good taste feel uncomfortable
The Cache bridge is to bo repaired.
It should at onco be removed. Or, better
still, anew bridge should be constructed
across Cache on the Cairo and Mound
City road. There should be no time lost.
Chief Myers yesterday found a stolen
wheelbarrow in Bristol & StillweU's yard.
It was left there by a colored gentleman
named Moso Hill, tho same gentleman
who walked off with some of tho goods of
Stratton ii Bird.
The boys havo torn down and carried
away the small-pox sign at the corner of
Thirteenth street and Washington avenue.
Tho venturesome fellows will, most likoly
carry away from somewhere more small
pox than will bo healthy.
Patrick Higgins was fined two dol
lars and costs for taking ono dram too
many. Having no stamps ho was sent to
jail, but afterwards released by the city at
torney on condition of leaving the city
Hiiuiu iwomy-iour nours.
The popular conundrum about the
city is : Why did David rend his gar
monton bearing of the death of his son,
Absalom?" Another Is: " Why is Je
rusalem the most slippory city in tho
world ?" For the answers apply near tho
ten, know more about tho matter than
they should. This is tbo third jail dollv
ery within a year, a fact which ppints sus
piciously In a certain direction and to
wards certain persons. Investigation
should follow close on the hoel of suspicion.
Laiioe stock of notions at 0. Hanny's.
The city council on Monday tho 14th
inst., adopted tho following resolution:
Xesohcd That tho board of health bo,
and is horoby Instructed to employ not
oxcocdlng threo suitable pom.ns, whoso,
duty it shall be to visit all families or
persons resldont In thn districts or wards
sovorally assigned to thorn by tho board,
and vacclnato all persons not vaccinated,
and nil who may rcmilro to bo rovoccln-
atcd, taking down tbo name, ago, color
and placo of residonco of each porson vac
cinated by them, ond of all porsons who
nro not, and who mav rofusu to bo vac
Tho porsons so employed shall act under
tho direction of tho bourd of health, and
shall uso nono but tho beat vaccino virus
or matter procurable here, tbo samo to bo
furnished them by tho board. They shall
thoroughly canvass such districts or wards
as may ba assigned to thorn, and slinll
mako a full report overy weok to tho
board of hoalth. Thoy sbnll also collect
irom an persons vaccinated wnoaroamo
to pay thorofor, tbo sum of twenty-flvo
cents, nnu snail note tuo samo in tnoir to
ports to the hoard."
Tho three porsons employed for tho pur
poso sot forth in tho abovo resolution aro
Drs. Evans, Parkor and Sulivan. Dr.
Evans taking that part of tho city
below Sixth streot, Dr. Parkor
that part between Sixth nnd
Fourteenth strcots and Dr. Sullivan
that part abovo Fourtoonth stroet.
Thcso gentlemen will bo furnished with
tho best vaccino matter, and it is hoped
that all tho citizens of Cairo will co-oper-nte
with ond assist thorn in their work so
that it may bo as thorough ns possible
Thesa moasuros or nrrancomonts hove
beon doomod necessary chiefly on account
of our connection by rlvor and railroad
with other cities wbero tho small-pox
seoms to bo vory prevolcnt, and tho ap
proach of cold woathor rondors it very
Important that thoro bo as little material
as possiblo for it to feed upon during tbo
coming winter. Tbo day has passed when
arguments wore roqulrcd in favor of vac
cination. Experience, observation ond
tho investigations of scionco havo ot tho
rnottor at rest long ago. If wo will not
vacclnato out of considerations of safety
tooursolves, lot us remombcr that tho pub
lie havo, if wo havo not, on intorost in our
protection against this dreadful disease.
John M. Lansden,
Chairman of Board of Health.
stock of black silks at C.
Laroe stock of grey blankets, at Han-
I 16 per
. woman to cook and ron.
month. Apply at The Bul
Two Tailors, ono coat makor and ono
pants maker. Only tho host workmon
noed apply. Jacou Lkhninci.
24 3t No. lC.'Ohlo
viall anu sco me largo stock ot dry
gooas at u. uanny'B.
EI0HHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhoff has purchased the intor
ost of bis brothors in tbo abovo ostabllsh
mont in Cairo, and is now prosocuting tbo
' "" ujanuiaciuung buslnoss with
great succoss. He has a full stock of oxtra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
ram every article ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of Bediteada, Chairs
.iBDies, uuroaus, Desks, ward robos. mat-
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his pricos
aery competition. Sales room at tbo fuc-
Yesterday forenoon, Detectlro Arnold
received a telegram from Mound City, that
the Pulaski countv lull h., i
v f " wuou VIUKUI1
open Tuesdav nlirht. t i i .i...
- o--i mm mat
all the inmatos excopt ono, Alf. Williams
bad made their escape. Threo of tho
prisoners, Borker, Coleman and Jackson
negroes, wore awaiting trial for murder
Haskins, Carter and Summers were oh.,'
ed with larceny, and Norton with forgery.
None of the details of the caso aro v.t
known, but it is suspected that persons on
the outside, and well posted in jail mat-
Steamer City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Glencoe, St. Louis.
" St. Luke, Memphis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, jr Paducah.
" City of Helena, St. Lobis.
" Emma C. Elliott, St. Louis.
" Bello of Memphis, Memphis.
Steamer Glencoe, Now Orleans.
" City of Chester, Memphis.
" St. Luko, St. Louis.
" Jim Kisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Ulinoi, Columbus.
" City of Helemt, Vicksburg.
" Emma C. Elliott, Memphis.
" Bello Memphis, St. Louis.
" Mary Alice, New Orleans,
ma MUDDY COAL.
Stoamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyphant,
D. A. Bokee, Qen'l Supt.
Sales Agont. 3-15-ly.
hoats to leavk to-day.
Tho fine nnd superior Grand Townr
leaves this ovenlng at 0 o'clock for Mem
phis and all way landings. The City of
Quincy will leave this morning at 10
o'clock for Memphis, Vicksburg and Now
Orleans. Tho Jim Fisk is tho daily mail
boat leaving at 4J p. m., for Paducah and
all woy points. Tho packet for Evans
villo will loavo this ovoning at 0 o'clock.
condition the IIIVERs.
Horo tho river has fallen ono inch since
our last roport. Tho rise was only about
3 inches. At Cincinnati tho Ohio is again
on tho declino. At Pittsburg tho river is
about on a stand. At Evunsrillo tho
Ohio is lulling again and thero is about 1!C
to 28 inches in tbo channel to this port
Tho declino in tho Mississippi is steadilv
roducing tho channel to a low and crooked
stage ; thero is five and a half feot scant
over thoshoalost places.
1IUSINKSS AND WEATHER.
nusinoss was fair nnd frolghts woro nil
onguged to steamors loading.
The weather was protty cloar with
cool wind from tho north.
i-opi. jonn Arnold took command of
tho stoamor Mooro at this port rice Capt.
inompion who rosignod totako command
of tho stoamor Huntsvlllo.
Tho Gloncoo found freight scarce and
tboreforo added vory littlo to her enruo,
Tho City of Chostor had a fair trip for
nompnis, ana arrived horo on timo. Sho
received considorahlo froight horo.
Tbo Mary Millor, with tho two now
Miss. V. T. Co's barccs in tow. I tmvir,
bad timo gottlng out. Sho has beon
aground somo timo at Puppy Croek bar.
It will bo two wooks Saturday sinco sho
left Now Albany. AVo woro u littlo
promaturo in reporting tho donartura nf
tbo Ada Hoilmon: sho, howover. i'ot
away last night with all she could carry
Captain B- F. Ball of Memphis in on
articlo In tho 'Appoal claims to bn thn
originator of tho Momphis and St. Louis
Slxty-flvo dollars a month is tho nri
paid to dock hands on tho upper Missis
sippi, and they aro scarco for that prico.
iiri.ii- ,.i ......
Miiiiuino rnii Allln was lying at tho
andlng at Memphis last Fridov. a flro
was discovered In tbo breeching ot ono of
her chimneys, andsbs narrowly escaped
It was put out aftor a lively
Captain Lon Bryson roconlly com
mander of tho Henry Probasco, has beon
nppolntod to command tho whlto collar
steamer Phil Sheridan.
Capt. W. II. Drown will havo slxteon
barges loaded with Iron oro to leavo horo
on tho first sufllciont rise In the Ohio
Ono of tho valves of tho larbord onglno
of tho Robert Mltcholl blow out whllo sho
was dropping from tho uppor worohouso
to tho stono depot. Sho blow hor whlstlo
for assistanco and tho Fisk went out and
towed hor to tho landing.
Capt. Ed. Gray corno out In command
of tho Emma 0. Elliott and will turn hor
over to Copt. Corbot whon sho moots tho
Tho Nick Longworth will drop down
from .Mound City to-day or to-morrow
and will load horo for Now Orloans.
City National Batik BnUdla.
.Hp.cial attention raid to orJer. Irom steam
boats night or ilar
STUART & GHOLSON
Have gotten a corner on
Shawls, Flannels and Blank
ets. These goods have fallen
twenty.fi ve per cent, in the
last ten days. Wo will open
this morning a new line of Ot
toman shawls, also a line of
flannels and blankcts,which we
oiler for prices to compare
with the late decline.
We have just deceived a
handsome line of gents', ladies'
and misses' underwear, which
we ofler at extremely low
83.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tane
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his Saddle stnrn nn
migton avenue. Al
l.Mn,ln C- J 1
jwiiud iji ruuairing aone on
saddles and harness, and car
nrge painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
oy good mechanics. Call ami
examine my stock, and prices
at io.i in Cairo.
STOP AND READ
Fine assortment of table damask, at C.
-Mr. K. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door wes
ot lentil street, is manufactur
ing Uoots and Shoes of tho.
best material in the
and is prepared to till al
orders on the shortest notice
lie guarantees both tho
and material ; his patterns are
oi tne latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confiden
of the excellence of his work
he invites the patronage o
the Public. 10,M3m
iuu can uuy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; beven lbs. Now Orleans
bugar tor One Dollar: Best
threo and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY I
A placo where you can buy as much for
OUST IB DOLLAR
at you cuii clscwhcro for
ONE DOIjLAH AND A QUARTER
Always on hand, iiml at tho lowest market
I'mu. ji!u ugoou anicie or
OOW IF 33 33 ID
X.e.l:'..9.h.??J.1'. Leavo orders at UALMDay
imui nuts, or ami v lit thn i.iin
0AIUO 01TY ROOK BINIIKlTv
JOHN II. OUERI.T CO.,
Rulletin Buildinc. corner nf ion,
Btroot and Washington avenue,
i of B'ndli'K and Ruling done at
I0,?? Vfe".' ""n WWd tho".
... w, M, umcir, wuo naji tiau mm Vgnrv
Tho undersigned would rc.poctfully in
form tho public that thoy havo fitted thel
now doro homo on Eighth trcot with tho
llnct and best assorted stock
genorol morchondlso ovor boforo broueh
to this markot, and In ordo
to sceuro a largo portion of tho patronago
or tho public,
WE ARE DKTEKMINED TO SEI
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAU-
LaSHMENT IN THE VICINITY,
Our stock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trodo of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents nnd Children's
?OOTS fie SHOES,
HATS fic CAPS.
And nil other articles to lio found in i
flrnt class dry goods and clothing ostabllsh
Wo call ospocial attention to our lurgo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is comploto In
all its details. Our Mock of
is tho largest in tho city, and wo aro on
abled to offur spocial inducomonts to pur
in uentlemens' Clothing, Roots and
Shoos, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
il ls to tho intorcst of overy ono to buy
wuero goods aro clioHncU tu1 i.mt
wo cordially invito tho public
to call and examino our stock boforo pur
Our establishment is located on the east
side of Eighth streot, botween Washington
nnu Vommnrcial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH A EVA.Nfj
ii4 r..MI-WKKKI.Y U. S.
Thi Fat and KIeant !'ifner Htmei
Iack Oicammkii, Mai-tcr.
Ed. Thomas, Clerk.
JSTLeavcH Cairo for Paducah and Kvaiik-
"ui VY-r. J "urwiay and Sunday evening,
at (J o'clock, ruiinvctini; at Kvanxvlllo with
ine Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
ii.-igiii ui jiu!aKu apply lo
REOULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & K VANS-
Ji.i.r. ouii-H PAUKKT.
The line Patsenger Packet
ltr.., IIiMVAKD . ... .Master
Nki.k v Ruiili clerk
KTLeuves Cairo for Paducah and Evank-
villu every Tuesday and Friday evening ut i
o'clock, hor freight or passage apply oi
board or to
Jamkh nmoH.l'aspent.'cr Au't.
RKGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
aj-Ju-WKKKI.y JUJL LINK PACKET.
Tho lino low pressure Passenger Packet
W. 11. PENNINGTON Mail
JSTLcavcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening ut 11 o'clock, for Padu .ah
and Evaniville. For freight or parage up
ply on hoard or to 1
. JAmks HiGfis, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL HO AT.
The npleadiil Menmer
Dick Fowlku, Contain
.eaves cairn 'DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
1 p.m. ! or freight orpas-ugu apply on boaru
.Ias. Malloky, Ag't.
OAIUc. AND MOUND CITY
Will make threo trips daily.
I.KAVINO CAIIiri I riivin
i .. w rauu.itf nil
A'V. a.m. At 8:30 a.m.
JiL a.m At 1:30 p.m.
At 4:30 ,11.111. Aid nm
rare each wuv. :tn in' it.'. Y..'.;?.
F,i?JL 11 1 . ,Vmx ,",llod' 1,1 a,y Hoot!
Intermediate laud tut for imr.n1.;.iC
py to ko to fU llLoRte
H. D. MANN & CO,,
421 N. Fourth S rk t,
nt, i,ouii, Mimaovm,
o01CaaV'tr.,,?,h0 "' wo now
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
lllack Alpacas CO cent ; Inst what other
houscHask r.ceiitHibr.nlllllack (loodi lii
WninMitta 4-1 Hlmhcd Cotton-, 17 cents
linii -t ii ii j ,,
Fruit ol the 1 ooin '14 " ill t
Hon "" "'t'1' C0TT0NS ,n Mn0 I'ropor-
I. ,V,,",,!!ln',l.A" wo1 ''Inl'l. M cciitn.
All U ool I.mi.res.1 Cloth. M cents ; all colors.
I hM! KnmU ore worth 7fi cent".
Him Ircli.li Merino., SLoOj cannot bo
boiiuht el.cwlierc Tor less than ?1.2!i and
robin Linen, FlanneN, Canlmcreit, Tor
i VAV-i'Vi'1 "ufV" Vl,"r' Lace,' Km.
hrolderle., bfiawN, Scarfs Cloaks Hlalikcts
Z ull.t .,.,tl'."10 " "U ',rlcL"'- O'"- "'" I
I II y illV I?,r' !!"le' by deallliff lion-
J. ,c k-'1l " "iictlon nmU or tra.li
or nil) kind, and any urtlcli- ordered from iin
I r'n'SV.' Mt ".riu,,or' ,,Bn ,,u returne'l "t
Wu Imvo l.ut" """"-'J' wll I'ercfiin.lc.l.
for all. anil fruarnnton that to be u low one.
n" 1 'VT ,rn,"; 0,,,l". If ot "We to
call, and c will n'liil them cheerfully.
10-l.d.vwlm. ,st. LouN, -Mo.
ERSONAL Tlf'K'vnn . fit
celebrated Clothier, announce the In
trodiictloii of it Mi ni i.r nr.ii.p.,,.. ...... .
ins by letter, to whleh thevcoll jour
ejlieclal attention. They will, on up-
i'iiv.ni.iii, prim juu uu'ir iinproveii .ma
iieciiratii rule for Seir-.MuaMireinent,
111,1-traleil Circular ami Price LM,
wllh a (til) Hue f (.amplci tnim their
fliitiidifci! stock of Cloths, Ca.siiiie.es
A.:., Ac, thll etiabllli),. parties In any
Ijrrt of the country to order elothiiiL'
lircet from their boue, ulth the cer
tainty ot reci'Uim; traniH'iits ol tho
ery late-t stlo ond most pcrfcrt lit
(ioi)ils onlcreil will be sent bv ex-ire-
to be pafil for on delherv.'wltli
the uiiderstuiulliiK that lr not satl-fne-tory,
they can be returned ut Tlcknor'n
A- Is well known throughout tho
.-oiith and Vet, tbev hae fur seven
teen xears EXCELLED In all depart
nient. or their bll'lnes., which 's :t
pianintec a to the character ol tin:
KooiN they semi .nil.
Your order, are Hiliclteil and when
In M. LouN, )ou are ln It.-.l to call at
the .v cn-he e-Uibllshiiieiit.tr Tlck
nor A Co., manufacturer- and retailers
of men and bo vClothliiu and Funilsh
liiK' (iooii", vin iiml nd North Fourth
street. St. Louis. Mo. Ilovi clothing a
"peeialty ' W-X'wim
4 GENTS ANTKIl for an cntirtly nw i,,d f.
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The grandest and most jiopular book out,
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10-1 7.1 A wlni 602 N. llth st., St. Louis, Mo.
TIIK MORMON WIFK.
This thrilling book compri-es the adven
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Lire and Scenes in I'tali, etc. Agent
VAI.LEV Pl'llLlsillINd CO..
10-17dAwlm St. Louis, Missouri.
G R A N I) C K N T R A L
Pine street, between Fourth and Fifth Sts,
ST. LOT IS, containing l.VI rooms; having
lately added ft) more, rooms, I- now prepared
to oiler to the traveling public the bet ac
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day. All meal- cent each.
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Thin sunerb hair dvo Is the best In tho
world perfectly hannlcH, reliable and In
Mautaneotis No.lisappolntment. The gen
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Immediately u natural black or brown. Does
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soft and beautiful. The only safe and per
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Happy relief to votinc men from tho effects
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Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No.
1 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In-
uuiuon Having u iiign reputation tor honor
able conduct and professional skllL
PARKER & RLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS.
I'ctty, Benalne, Uaaollae,
And the celebrated illuminating
UR088' IiniLIUNrt COF IItii-bt. k con
HARMLESS AS WATER,
3ST A TTAW'3
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
A perfectly clear preparation In ono bot
tle, us easily applied as water, for restoring
to gray nuir us natural coior anu youtiiiui
apiicarance, to eradicate, and prevent dand
ruff, to promote tho growth ot tho hair and
stop itsiallliigout. Ills entirely harmlcs,aud
perfectly Ire.i from any poisonous siilistnneo
and will, therefore, tako the placo of ull tho
dirty and unpleasant preparations ndw in
use. Numerous testimonials havo been sent
us from many of our most prominent citi
zens. In everything In which tho articles
now in UMi tiro objectionable, CRYSTAL
DISCOVERY, Is perfect. It Is warranted
ty contain neither Sugar of Lend .Sulphur or
Nitrate of Silver, It does not soil the clothes
or scalp, Is agreeably perfumed, and makes
ono of tho best dressings for the Hair ill uso.
It restores the color of tho Ilulr "more per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion," and always does so In from threo to
ten .lays, virtually feeding tho roots with tho
nourishing iiuulltlcs necessary to Its growth
ami lieuliliv enn.lltlnii: it rustors tho do-
payed mid Induces u new growth of the
Huir moro positively than anything elso.
The application or this Wonderful discov
ery also produces a pleasant and cooling
effect on the scalp and gives tho Hair u
pleasing and elcgunt appearance.
Call at your druggist lor It and tako no
other. If ho has not got It let him order it
Prico $ 1 por bottle.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington D.C..
JOHNSTON, IIOLLOWAY & CO.,
Gcncral Agents, Philadelphia.
JNO. F. UENHY and F. C. WELLS & CO. ,
New York, and to ho had ot Wholesale
drufgtito, every where. v-2U'