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OFFICE, B"tTXiIjSa?I2r BT7IXiX)I0tTC3-, COB. 12TH STREET A.25TD W.A.StEIIlsra-'roasr A. "VEIST
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10J a.m. and 71 p.m.
l'raycr mcctlmr, Wednesday at 7J p. m.
Sabbath School,.! p.m. .1. M. Lansden, Su
perintendent. Rev. II. TitAYitR. Pastor
MCTIIODIST. Cor. Kltshth and Walnut SU
PrcachttiK, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. StlllwcU,
Superintendent. Rav. V. L. Thompson,
CHURCH OK THE REDEEMER-(Hplc-
Jdornlm? prayem. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Kvcnlnit prayem, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, u a.m. ....
Kkv. E. Coan, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth St. and
Public nervice, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 a.m.
V'Mcit, 7 j.m.
Sabbath School, i p.m.
Senlcc every day, H a.m.
Kkv. P. .). O'Hai.loran, Priest.
atrcet between Washington Avenuo and
Walnut utrct't. . , , . .
Preaching Sunday morointr at 10 o clock.
Sabbath .School nt 2 o'clock p.m. ILL.
ItKV. Koh't. Hklhio, Pastor.
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA-
TION. Kemilar meeting second Mondav
each month at their room over Rockwell
A Co'h book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, r rlday, .J p.m. at
the room. ...
I.. W. .Stii.I.WKLL. President.
FKICAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
erv Ices. Sabbath. 11 a.m.
bbatb School, ll p.m.
,a meet at 3 p.m.
rXONP FKEE WILL I1APTIST--Flf.
Uelitli Street., between alnut and Cedar.
Service. Sabbath. 1 and 3 p. in.
Kkv. N. Kickh, l'ator.
FKEE WII.I. BAPTIST HOME MISSION
SAI1I1ATH SCHOOL. Corner alnut
anil Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, II a.m.
FIKST FKEE WILL BAPTIST CHUKCH
-Curry's Barrack. ,
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A .1p.m.
Kkv. W.m. KKI.LEY, Pator.
FIKST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUKCH.
-.'edar. between Ninth and Tenth M.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 a.m. and .4 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wcdnc-day evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath Sc hool, U p.m. John atillaxtcr
ud Mary Stephen. Superintendent.
Kkv. T. .1. Shores, Pastor.
SECOND I1APTIST CHUKCH-Fourtcentb
Street, between Cedar and v alnut. 1 lie
only Baptist church recognized by the Af-
ServicesSabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 v.m
AIKO COMMANDEKY, No. Mutated
Asscmblv at the Ai-ylum Masonic Hall, tint
and third Saturday in caeh month.
3AIKO COUNCIL, NV. 21.-Kcgular Convo
cation at Ma-mle Hall, the second l-riday
in each month.
CAIKO CHAPTER No. 71.-Kcgu ar Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuenlay ol evcrv month.
CAIKO L'olKiE. No. 237 F. A A. M.-Kcgu.
lar Communication at Maonlc Hall, the
ccond and fourth Monday of each mouth.
ALEXANDER LODOE, KB-MecU In Odd
Fellow' Hall, In Arter' building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
r.ovemor John M. Palmer;
l.lcutenaiit-Oovcmor lohn Dougherty ;
Secretary of Suite Edmund Kummel ;
Auditor of SUite-C. E. I.lpplncott :
State Treasurer E. N. Kate, ;
Supt. Public Instruction-Newton Kateman
Senator I.yman Trumbull and
' 'eprcscntatlve'i for the Statc-at-Large S.
LKcpreentatlve Thirteenth District John
MEMHEKS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senator, First DUtrict-T. A. E. Ilolcomb,
f Union, and S. K. (ilb;on, of Oallatln.
Representative, First DUtrict-H. Vt aUon
i,,,i,.n .1. linker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Sherlff-A. H. Irvln.
Win. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Aool7u-jrrE. McCrlte nnd S. Marchil-
1"- . .
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Go-nnan.
M UN IC1PA I. "GOVERNMENT.
Mayor John M. Lan-dcn.
Treasurer J. . Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Ifurnctt.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Culn.
Attorney P. H. Pope.
Pollco Magistrate F. Bros and H. Sl.an-
" Ciller of Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
First Ward-P. G. Scbuh.
Second Wanl-C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward .Ino. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staata Tay or.
Clty-at-Large-W. P. Hafllday and D.
HOARD OF ALDKHMEN.
Firt Ward -James Rcardcn, A. H. Saf
lord, Isaac Waldcr. .... t...
Second Ward-R. II. Cunningham, L. Uu
dcr, O. Stanccl, Jame Swaync.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratton, J. M. Phlllls.
Fourth Ward-Jno. 11. Robinson, G. II.
Bcane. J. II. Metcalf.
THE INDIANA MYSTERY.
DETAILS OF THE MURDER
HENKY U. AKMSTUOxNO, AT
From the Madlon (Iml.) Courier, Oct. 18.
Uonry II. Arintrong, n well known
citizen of tlila placo, and for a number of
years a lucccuful slioet-iron and copper
worker, and later one of the proprielora of
the Madlinn marino rnilwayi, came to hli
dtntb nbout II o'clock lull night, under
circumstances that rival in mystery too
culeorated Nathan murder case of New
York. The evidence before the coroner's
jury disclose the following fasts: Mr.
Armstrong hau not been living amicably
with his wife fur sorno tltno past. During
tho last two weeki bo has been at New
Albany, and not lung ago his partner in
this city, Mr. II. Clay Jones, received a
letter from him, aiking for information
regarding his family. Mr. Jones informed
him that his wife was soiling ofT and pro
paring to move to New Orleans.
Mr. Armstrong unexpectedly returnod
homo last night, and, upon entering tbo
house, took oil' his boots and put them in
the pHrlur, and went to his wife's room
up stairs, where, Mr. Armstrong says, ho
beat hur, abused her in every manner,
and tlnally dragged her down stairs. At
the foot of ttio stairs she screamed, and
be released her. Sho went up stairs im
mediately, crying, into a room occupied
by hor sister and tier two daughters, when
preiently they heard a pislol shot, tho
daughters remarking It, but no further
attention was paid to it. Mrs. Armstrong
then wanted her sister to go
down stairs with her while
she fastened tho door, at which her
husband had gone out and. as sbo sup
posed, had left open. Thi. hur sister was
alraid to do, and Mrs. Armstrong called
Mr. Andrew MeManamai., who occupies
thu house next door, to como and see
where Mr. Armstrong bad gone. Mr.
MrManarnan answerod the summons, and
coming into tho yard found tho body of
Mr. Armstrong lyine across the wa k,
just south of the back hall door, his feet
toward the houtc, with a bullet hole just
at the corner uf thu left eye.
Upon examining the tody the forehead
was found to b covered with bruUes, and
one of his hands was somewhat cut and
torn. These injuries, Dr. Collins testified,
from their appearance, had been afflicted
immediately before death, showing that
thu deceased had been enuaged in a vio
lent struggle. The gun-shot wound, Dr.
Collins further staled, ranged upward,
passed entirely through the brain, and
strpped under tho skin on the bark of tbo
head. In reference to tbo probabil ty of
the wound being self-inflicted, witness
observed that there was but a poe.ibility
that such was tho case. To inflict the
wound himself, Mr. Armstrong would
have been obliced to use the left hand,
and hold tho pistol in a very unnatural
manner. In addition to this, were the
wound self-inflicted, powder-marks would
have been found on his face, and the
weapon on or near the spot, neither of
which facts were the caso.
The most mysterious part of the affair
is how Mr. Armstrong got into the house.
That be was insldo is proved by tho fact
that tbo body was found without boots,
and the boots found In the parlor. Mr.
McManaman states that when he arrived
all the doors were fast. Mrs. Armstrong
Fays that she thought he had entered
through tho cellar, but tho jury, after exam
ining tho premises, think bo did not.
The coroner's Jury have not returned a
verdict, and until thev do tho public must
wait in patience. That the case is one of
murder, and not of suicide, there can be
no reasonable doubt.
For the last few years Mr. Armstrong
has been mining in "California, and work
ing at his trade in San Francisco, until
this spring, at tho urgent solicitation of
friends, ho returned home, and a few
months ago, purchased an interest in the
potter work at Now Albany, with hopes
i and a fair prospect of success. Ho was
al Whys retarded as a good businessman,
and respected by all wno knew mm. lie
was a member of Western flro company,
No. 3. and Madison lodgo, No. 72, of the
u. u. t .
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practice of hi profession
with especial reference to tho electrics
treatment ol diseases in all tho uow and im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of .cmale complalntM a lady
will be in attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial aenue, up utalm.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
TtESlDENUB No. 21 Thirlcwnih street, be
IX twfou WHKlunpton avenue and Wlnuttrot.
OlBce 12 Oomiiipn t il aTeniin, up tair.
U W. DUNNING, M. D.
fjKSIDENCE-cornorNmth and Walnut Bt,
JvOfhoe comer .inch Mreet and Ohio levee.
Office houre fron, e a.m. lo 12 m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
REUIDF.NCK-Corner Nineteenth ilreet and
. Wuhinaton avenue, near court house. Ol.
flcfover Ar er' Grocery Bture, Office Uourelrom
10 a.m. to 12 in. ana -om x io d, m,
GREEN & GILBEHT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H. Green, s
William D Gilbert, V CAIRO, ILMN01H.
Miles F.OIlkert, j
VSpecia. attention given to Admiralty and
OIII0I OHIO LITE, BOOMi 7 AKP 6oVM
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
lloth French and Scotch cassimeukS
all colors. Heavers and Riiuad-cloi i
constantly on hand, and nlli-oods warrantee
In all Its branches also carried on
LIME I CEMENT!
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMO.
Commoroial-av., Foot of Eloventb-st.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on Land, and for sale at tho
vory lcvest Uifuros for cash.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. Di REXFOKD Propria f'V
Cor. Ohio Lkvke & Sicond St,
and from De
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
LUMBB J3j .
Having the sole riubtln this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to funiljb at all times, on
the attorlMt Ue,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMHEU.
Attention Is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part ol the city
Urden received at tbe office of
SAFFOUD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
at that of the company, comer of 3ttb
trcet and Ohio levee auglVMni.
HENRY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORN AMENTA 1.
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol ever' Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In evervstvle. nlatn and ornamental.
Particular attention nald to Glass Glldlna
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frescoo aud
oauuer x aiming.
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, Plaiu and ornamental. All work lo
trusted to my care wiu be promptly at
tended to. Shop In Perry House, corner I
Commercial avenue aad Eighth street.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
n efery description,
LaTU, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on bortst notice.
Commeroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sta.,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TSNTH STRUT,
Doora, Hssab, Bltsidm Moaldlnsra,
EaveOnttens,(wcMMl) Window find Door
franiM, Flooring, Itb,
NblnglM, Visaed Maah, aiaaed Nlde
Llchta, tilaaed Trnnaoma,
HsMb WelclsU, Naab PulllM aad Corda
Blind Fmatealnsri, Hooflss
Fall, R4Mflnfj Cemant, Flaaterlusj
Pacr, (Carpet Felt, Wbltc
Lead, Lltised oil. American window
ttlaaa, EbkIIbb andFrencb
Plate Utaaa, Putty, Olaaler'a Point
Newer Pipe Patent Cblraneya,
AOENT8 lor Kock Kivei Paper Company'
Hhrathmp Felt and Quartt Cemont
11. W John's laiDroTvil Roofins 1wt on
IS K UllUllh.
72. SPRING-SUMMER. '72
C. HAN NY.
KKNTUCKT JKAN8, FZTXA,
LARGE STOCK OF CAR1-STING
OIL CLOTHS, '
Mia Entire Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNIR 8TH RT. AND COUUIBCIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROMT VABIKTT STOCK IN TOE CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Nlneteentk street and Cobv
O. O. PATTJtB.
Foreign Advertisements. Our Homo Advertisers. . ' Homo Advertisements.
i From now until the first of January wc
rrincipil Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIAHI-E OIFT DIHTIUIlU
TlON IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
TN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xj . 13. SIJSTB'a
To be drawn MoniUy, Novem'-r 7th, IS72.
One Grand Uahtal or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
One Prize $5,000 in Silver!
FivoPrlius 1,000 5 f
Kivo Prizvs 600 5. GREENI1AOKS
Ten Prires 100
Two Knmllv Carriauca nnd Matcclid Hot',"
wllli Stiver-Mounted llaniess, worth SLMO
Two Horicn and RuitkIc with Silver-Mount-
ed llarni'M. worth iiifX) each!
Two Fine-toned Rosewood l'lunos, worth
$.VX) each I
Six Family Scwlns laehlnc, - - worth
t)lm each !
lMO Hold and fiber I.cvor Iluntln?
Watclif", worth from i'H) to &V each.
Ladle' Cold I.eontlno Chains, (ii.-nt'- (loi'l
VeH Chains Solid Dotililed-lMuteil
Sllvcj Table and Tcaniooii", Photograph
Alliums. .Icwcrly, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Whole number UlrtN 10.U00. Tickets I.lml-
ted to fiCMHW:
AGENTS WANTED TO SKI.I) TICKE If.
I o whom Liberal i'rumluuis wll be iiaiJ.
fctnale Ticket $2: Six Tickets 810; Twct.u
Tickets 20; Twcnty-tlc Tickets 840.
inuinrm iititHiniiiic lull lift ol tuiir. 1-
crltio'i of t' - ii atinrr nt ilrawln. ami other
ainrinaiioD in reiei. ni'i in ino oisiriouiion, in
sent to any on ordering thf-m. All If Iters
mupt be ldreaiid to L. V. kl.NK, Hoi, fell,
ini whisiii t
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalizkd n v State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Sin pie umber Scheme.
Clacs K, to ii r Drawn Oct. 31, 1872.
6,660 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
fi prires or s iuo
Tickets, i'j: Quarter
Tickets, 52 60.
Our lotteries are chirtcrel by the State, are
alwavn drawn t the time nnmril, nnd all draw-
Inns are under the upenii'ion of tworacom-ml-liiners.
The offioial drawine will be published In the
5t. Loui pspers and a copy sent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme the last oar of
eierjr month during the jear 1K72.
Hemiiai our ri-K oy ponmce money nrner,
rg'terei letter, draft or expires" -end for cir-
cu.ar. Addre.s, MUHHAV, MII.I.r.H & CO.,
P. O. box 21(4. st. Louis, MO.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
500,000 IN HANK TO PAY ALL GIFTS.
A EULl. DllAWINO IN SlOIIT.
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10.
At the Second (Iniiiil Gift Concert author
ized bv Miccliil act of the IccMuturc. in aid
of the P.ihllu Library ol Kentucky, umtwiid
ably povjioiied Irom Sciteinbfr -JS lo De
cember 7, and which positively and unenub'
ocallv occurs In LouW Hie, Ky. December
7, 1S72. without lurther delay on any account
whatever, the followlnu' cah cllts ure for
distribution by lot uiiioiil- ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT. CASH
ONE GRAND GIFT
1 Ch Gift
1 Caih Gift
1 Cash Uifl
I Cnh G f
1 Cuh Gilt
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash G ft
I Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
, if 100,000
4 t'ash Gifts, omcir.h
i L'ashCifts. LKHleu-h
SO CashGifts. l)ea'.h
21 CashGifts. H'lcach
2A Cash Gifts. Tmlcath
3S CashGifts Cmcatt.
15 Ca-h (lifts. WKI earh
M CashGifts. 4H0cach
m CashGifts. 3 Oeach
lUH CashGifts. 20iltah
Hi CashGifts. llHIc:.:!,
TOTAL, 1,000 GIFTs, ALL OASIL.f.'iOO.OOO
The monov necessary to nav in lull all II e
offered sir a Is now upon ucpoit in I. mi
ranners' ami urovers, lianK, as win no -ecu
by the following ccrtincato ot the cashier:
f AIlMKItS' AND IIItOVErs- HANK, (
Louisvillk, Ky..:scpt. 'JO, 1872.
This is to ccrtll'v that tlicro Is now on de
posit In this bunk over it half u million ol
dollars to tho crctll ot the Gift Con ert
Fund, .mO0O if which Is held by tills b ins
as Treasit er of tho Public Library of ;on
tucky to pay ollf all gifts to bu awarded nt the
ii. a. i'.awii, wasuicr.
MUCK OF TICKETS.
Wliolo tickets, if 10; halves, 5; rmartrrs.
$2.50; 11 whole tickets for iflOO; 28 tor 622.V,
60 for ?500; 11U for $1,000; 223 for $2,r00: .Y(r,
lor fa 000, ?i0 uim'oiiiu on less titan imi
worth oftlckets nt a tltno.
The drawing will po-ltlvcly and unequiv
ocally take place December 7. Agents arc
percmptorllly required to cloo sales mid
make returns December 23, In order to give
ample time for thu llnul arrangements. Or
ders tor tickets or applications for circulars
should be addressed to
GOV. T1IOS. K. HUAMLETTK,
Agent, Kentucky Public Library, Publii
Library Iluildiiig, Louisville, Ky.
tut l IRHT RUNNING" A a V
of not les than six quire each at the follow
ing low rates :
Weston, bet quality, six quires and
upward, Husla end ami banib, size
of page HJxlS Inches, per quire.... $1 23
The price per quire of same books
In St. Loub, at the cheapest manu
facturing establishment in that city,
Is I. 91 BO
Six quires and upward, page 101x10,
per quire $t 00
Price per quire of same lu St. Louis is,. $1 23
Six quires and upward, page 12x10,
per quire $1 50
Price per quite in SI. Loulsot same is. 81 75
Six quires and upward, page 14x20,
per quire $2 00
Price per quire in St. Louis $2 30
Other Hooks proportionately cheap.
MATERIAL AND WOKKMANSUIP
warranted of the best quality.
Music, Magazines and that clas of books
we will bind lp Genuine Morocco In the very
best style, Cloth or Paper, at 73 cents to il
per Volume. Price or same In St. Louis Is
$1 00 to $1 fiO.
A COMPARISON OF OUU 1'ltICES WITH
will at once show the advantage of patron
izing tin Itullctln llinderv.
tf. JOHN II. OHEItLY, Proprietor.
as paralleled la
th hUtory ot
HTOVKW. TIWWAME, KTC,
A. II A h h K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
too HUM the MfcertMt
Tin and Hollow Wart, Clothes Wringer Ti-ile
War, Coal Hods, KiroHhovds, Air Oati,
TO THE PUBEIC.
Anticipating a decline in prices of
or nil kinds and desirous that our cus
tomers should know wc are determined
to earn- out our prombes of cheap printing
we feel it our duty to make a
KEDUCTION IN' FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady increase or business
will bu tin equivalent.
Witli our long experience in btulnci-s and
together with our advantages In the
purcha-e and selection or stock, our
customers may rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance ot their very liberal
patronage. We Invito your attention to thu
tallowing revised list ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on food 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cordlngtoslzc pcr.M ?4 WitoO 60. Forothcr
qualities add the difference In the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same quality or
Folio Pot. perM $1 OOtoO 00; per onc-liair
M $2 30 to i 30.
per M ?3 00to7 00, according to size and
quality or paper; pcronc-hallM $.1 00to4 00.
on ordinary size per M S4 00to3 W), accord
ing to style nnd quality. Commercial per M
$4 30to3 50.
HILLS LAD I NO
perM, according to size and weight, $5 OOto
i 00; per one-liulf M, according to size ami
weight, $S OOtot 00.
per M i?3 00to4 00, according to order.
EN V ELOPES
furobhed retail at wholesale prices. Charge
tar printing, $1 00to2 30 perM.
of everv size and quality furnished at whole
sale prices nnd printed ut the very lowest
CARDS AND TICKETS
of every description mado from trood Bristol
ltoartl at the unusually low rato of $2 30to5 00
per M, accordltg to size and style.
P O S T E S
lull sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, cislith
sheet and sixteenth sheet at from $3 00 to
20 00 perM. ...
Ily a careful examination ol the nbovu list
our patrons win mm mat. om
than those ot any establishment ot tho kind
In St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
business men will find tho IIullktin thu
best advertising medium in Southern Illi
TIN ZINO, COPPER AND SUEE1
No. 166 Washington-avenue
VKooflnic. fluttering, and all kinds ofo
rork ilonrat shortest noticx. (ebliltf
EI IE 33 3? W .A. IRv IL
NE XT WINTER.
E V E X I N G
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO OIVE A MOKB UNiroHM AND n.KXSANT
HEAT, TO USK l.KH WOOD, AKR MOHK
CAHKFULLY FITTED, AHK MO HE
EASILY ANDCIIEATLY MOUNTED,
ARE UXDKK MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, 1IAVK A HTKONQER
(live better satisfaction, and sold lor a
Less Price than any
SDEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold by- '
EXCELSIOR MANUFO COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
Klfthty IIIm tkaflliartMt WUuf
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP CARS
OM CAirtO TO
Cincinnati, i litnanoll, ToUdo,
tnit, ClctrUnd, Niagara Fills,
llulHIo, fittsl.aitr.. WhlBt).
Iisltimntc, PblU'lflphia, Hm York.
llo.ton anil all point at.
Mllwsnkif, Jinrifille, Marllsoo,
I.nCrossp, 8t. Paul and all points north.
his Is also the oa)j dirrct rout to
Dfoslur. Illoominvton. HDiinctlil.
J', oris, Oulncv, Keikuk,
Huriinirinn, kock Isltnd, Jjk Halle,
Msnitota. I'iion. Krrcnort.
fislrna, Iliiluiqun, i-iciiix ullr,
Omaiia anil all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping CV
un an rtignt Trains.
llniK.iHf Clirclif J to all ImporUnt poinls.
Kor ticket! unit informstmo, apply to I. C, R.R
depot t siro; on honl tne trsnut itesmtr b
tweeu Colurnlit's and I'siro.and st tn prinelp
rniltoa tli-kt nfflr IhrotiKhotH the south.
W. l'.JOIINON.a-n'lrai. Ag't, Chicaio.
A. Mitciiill. Gen'l hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
KOR SALE, ) For Hal. ( FOR SALE,
fOR SALE. J ForHsi'l FOR SALE.
Faro from Livkkt-ool,
Fare from Londcndbrrt
Faro from Glahaow,
Fare from Qukknhtown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $18 20
Liverpool New-Totk slid Philadelphia
fKOta COXTBACT WITH CNITtD STlTta AMD ialtUU
Fnr CarrjlDK tne Mailt.
FOH PASSAGE TICKETS
ob rvainiB isroaTios
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aox.
19 Hromlwar, Nrw-Tork, nrlo
II. II u ii I t ,
Washlnston Ateiil'e, Oiro. nota. si
inu natLEn in
Eighth Street, Uetwkkn Wasiiinoto
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjoining Bl'tenhouM huiI Ilanuy'a.
Keep the Lest or Beet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
I.smh, Ssusaite, etc., ml are prepared to ttu
oltuens in tho moat anceptahle tnitnnor.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, Anrll 24th, 19TS
trains will run ai follow :
TSAIM I'ltSc aOCTRFtST.
Le-tte Virginia fl.4i u. m l:Up.m.
1 Springfield. fi.o " S:0o "
1 Talorille ...... Hi a " a "
Arrive at fua. 11.48 ' .1T "
ISA1SS e'lKO MOBTUWIST.
I.eare Pun.i 4.11 a. m 3 9ti.ni.
" Talorille 4.411 " 4.6 "
Arrive at SppiKfleld...6.11 -....6 00 "
t.i sTe aprinanein. n.t. b tu
Arrive al Viigima 8,5 1.11 11
tiaiss ooisi seVTiirAtT,
Leave E.lgwood 5.30 a.m., lo.lo a. n
" Flora 8.S ' 11.40
Arrive at Hhawneel'n .Si 11 5 16
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Or Futur'i ana l'lnmlr'a material, Woed
pum , Kl"l and anjiie valr.a, atop
cooke pCtirfk Tale,atc.
A Lao aot roa
ralta Brother Pnteot DrfOaiMalfr
1ml More.iome, Wella k Co' Automatic Water
Indicator andritippljr Valte for ateam bollara.
WINTKR'O ni.OOK. OOMMKBniAL-AVmn
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to auppl; cuttumer with n ,
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKKS lea at Hallldav Ilros. office, TO
oiuo i.f.vkk, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Cliarlea Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tun "Montauk" will bring coal
alom!ilile in Htcampra at any hour.
HKAli ENTATE AUKNC1.
liUTCHKH AND DEALER IN ALL KlNDS OI
Corner Ninetk.ntii and 1'oi-lau Sts.,
Hnya and alniiglitera only the best ea'tlc
Iiokh and hcep, and Is prepared to fill an)
demand for ticli mcata t'lom one pound tc
ten thousand ponndH.
if licet 20x10, 8 columns) is furnished to sub.
,crlbcrs ut tlie low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PEK YEAB
and now has u larcer subscription list in
Southern Illinois, SlUaourl and .Kentucky
than any paper ever betoro pulil h cd In
Cairo, and new clubs are coming in every
IIOUT AND MIOE NTUIIK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
103 Commercial Avo., noar Athsnoum
Keep on hand a good aaaorlmonl of
LADIES' GAITER.S AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SIIOES.
And Missoa' and Children'- Gaitkbs and
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second floor) onio lstxb,
Bur and Sxll Real Estati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIT LI
And peepare CnnTeTanrea of Kindr!
Ohio Lbvu Caibo, III.
nr Aevi t riltvn
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which thoy sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES
Call and Exauiwx.
WLLIAHP SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOUH OATEI, ProairlaMr.
II Commercial Avenue, C11KO, ILLINOIS
Beet brand of Callfr- MCIarlu rclvl,
BILLIARD aaloon furnished Tlh the Lest
or tables : and bar supplied with winei, Uquort
and clerari.of tlirnot bran ls
SALOON AND READING:
Commercial AT. .,.,'"' nT v-jfU
n a mr-nvj rf.'.r
tt M 1m Rufe to
V .ntage, and underatanda
in Afh.Al.il.1nk. I. . i
go furthest at d lati loMwk. if
she appreciates the imprtMee of m.
tern, order, tidinea and the ,mMk
innnnrrrniant nf VM j HaTTS:
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