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PabllMtioM amem, Hnllctla Bandits
LOCALS OF THE WEEK.
The Bismark Bund ball lo-rnorrow
Smivickb at tlio Molbodlst church this
morning at 10, and 7 In tho ovenlng, by
New Time Taiile. A chango In the
timo tnblo of tho Illinois Central railroad
takes effect to-day. Tho mall train will
leavo this city at 4:60 a.m., Instead of 3 a.
m. at formerly.
Ir you with to indulge In a delicious
cigar, patronizo P.Saup, Commercial ave
nuo If you wish good chowing or tmok
ing tobacco, pipos, tobacco pouches, otc,
go to P. Saup't popular Tobacco and
Olgar store. tf
a The next regular communication
Wof Uftlro lo(1B No- '"87 A K' & Al
TM. will bo hold (to-morrow) Mon
day evening, nt 7 o'clock. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
n. Fhank Hlake, Beo'y.
TiiBmombors or tho Oorman school so
ciety aro re'juosted to moot at 'Squire
Ilrost' ofllco, Monday evening, Oct. SJSthi
nl 7J o'clock. Uusiiioss of Importanco will
bo transacted. F. Koksmeykr,
Tiniouaii on Christmas Day. Tho
Johnson county 'Herald' Is Informed that
tho Cairo nnd Vlnccnnes railroad It being
put down at tho rato of two milet a day,
and that it It tho Intention of tho company
to run tho first through train ovor the
Toad, from Cairo to Vlncennes, on Christ
That Cane. Tho gold-headed cano
which tho ladies of tho Catholic fair put
up to be presented to the candidato for
shoritr who should receive the most votes
during tho fair, fell to Shcritl Irvln. The
result was as follows:
Wednesday evening 13 1G
Thurtdav " 38 , 32
Friday " " 160 71
Irvin't majority 82.
Tub rain of Tuesday night last did not
prevent a very goodly number of persons
presenting themselves at tho residence of
Messrs. Sauord and Candeo to participate
in tho pleasures ol tho first parlor concert
of the season. The hospiUblo ontertaln
ert regaled the company with most elegant
refreshments and tho exerclietof tho even
ing were thoroughly delightful. The en
tertainment was a success In every rc
spe:t. The Bismark Bund ball to-morrow
A Slioht Mistake. Mr. J. O. Lynch
Informs us that a little item which ap
peared in this paper yesterday morning
was slightly incorrect. The Item stated
that Mr. Lynch't two year old colt took
the premium at tho Charleston fair. Mr.
Lynch assures us that his two year old
coll did not take tho premium at tho
Charleston fair ; that in fact, his two year
old colt was not at the Charleston fair,
and that to bo explicit, as tho case requires,
ho doesn't own a two year old colt.
Dahtakdlt Conduct. Tbo Mt. Car
uel 'Register 'of tho 21th instant says:
Threats against tho Cairo and Vinconnes
railroad have been undo lor some timo
past. Last Saturday some of them wero
put in execution. Near Sugar creek a
rail was torn up and down on Compton
prairie a barricade was built across the
road. A party going from hero to Gray
villoon a hand car, ran into thobarricado
and some of them wero soveroly hurt. It
is not known who tho perpetrator! of this
outrago are, but should they be found out,
they will be taught a lesson which tbey
will not soon forget.
"What is tub Bismark Bund? It is
not an insurance company in tho strict
reuse of the term, as many suppose It to
be, but it Is an association of men banded
together to atl'ord to each other mutual ro
lief in timet of sickness. It is composed
of divisions or sections, independent and
comploto in itself, and must support and
maintain Itself, Tho Cairo section has
recently been organlzod and proposes to
give ovidonco of its vitality by bringing it
to tho public notice in tho shape of a
grand ball nt Scheol't hall, Oct. 28,
hoping by this method to extend its bene
fits and promote its interests. It.
A Costly Peck or Sweet Pota
toes. A lady residing in tho upper part
of tho city, was yesterday, tho victim of a
vexatious mistake. Sho had purchased a
small quantity of sweet potatoes from a
countryman, and gnvo hirn whut tho tup
posed to bo a two dollar greenback. Tho
countryman went Into nn up-town ttoro
to make chango and discovering tho mis
take, loft for the country without loss ot
timo. Tho lady also soon becamo aware
of his mistake and in a etato of great ei
citemont, sent a mcssonger to look up tho
dishonest peddlor of tweet potatoot. Wo
hnvo not heard the result of tho search.
Blum & Ambon havo received the tec.
ond Installment of their largo stock of fall
and winter goods nnd offer them to cus
tomers at greatly roducod prices, having
mado their purchases since tho lato do
clina In wool, which enablot thorn to offer
drotsgoodt, flannels, shawls and all woollen
and mixed goods at twenty per cent, bo
low previous prlcos. Shawls which
brought $8 a week or to ago are now of
forod at $0. They call particular attontlon
to tholr ttock of boots and ihoot, among
which may bo found a handsome assort
ment of ladies' and childron'i shoes of tho
best make and latest styles, all of which
will bo told romarkably cheap. All tho
new stylos of dress goods, thawlt, wraps,
and an immento variety of notlont, rib
bons, otc , will bo found on tholr shelvos.
Noiiody denies that if you would have
oystors by the plato, ttewed, fried, roasted
' raw or on the half-tholl, by tho dozen,
can or barrel, there It only one place In tho
city whore you can get the frostiest, juiciest
una" bost. That place by common consent
la the Thalia Oyiter saloon, at tho corner
of Twelfth itreot and Watington avenue,
and, while there, If you thould chance to
Fine assortment of ladles' fam at O
Mr. Black, of tho City Shoe Storo,
has returned to tho city, having purchased
a vory largo ttock of fall nnd winter
boott and thoet, which ho it now dully re
ceiving. Mr. Black hu t elected hit goodt with
hit usual caro and taste, and guarantees
hit friends nnd patrons who may call upon
him, a flrst-clnss article Mr. B. hav
ing met with tuch good tuccost In intro
ducing ladlos', misses' And childron't cus
tom made ihoot of Urol ask 1 tnako, has
mado arrangomont with the abovo gon
tlemon lor a lino of their gontlemen't
and youths' hand mado boott and shoos,
to which ho Ivitos tho attention of tho
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-10-tf.
The Bismark Bund ball to-morrow
Personal. City Marshal Cain it on
hit feot again.
Tho letter of our St. Loult correspon
dent will well repay perusal.
Jorgensen, who hat been to Chicago
on a brief visit, returned Friday night.
Mr. William Winter, the artltt, in
tondt to permanently locato in thlt city
Llcegar, who has boon In Massac and
Pope counttoi making Grant speeches, It
lion. II. "Walton "Webb addreuod a
Greeley and Brown meeting at Anna on
II. G. Carter it In tho city to-day
Carter is a Bourbon elector for Illinois,
and looks both wito and solemn.
SaVford, Morris and Candeo aro tho
agents, in this city, of the North British
and Mercantilo insuranco company.
Yestorday, JJohn Gates killed two
mules, affected with glanders, on hit farm
In Dog Tooth bend. Tho animals, when
sound, were valued at $250.
Col. Koardcn and Goorge Hill went
squirrel hunting In Kentucky, on Friday
last. Fo(u)r the number of squirrels they
brought back, refer to the huntort them
selves. Tho officers of the steamer Illinois
found John Wood worth of Hock Island,
floating down tho Mississippi river in an
ompty coal barge- Woodworth had beon
badly hurt by a fall from tho top of tho
barge, and was brought to this city by the
Illinois, and sent by Arnold to the Sisters'
hospital. He it in a critical condition, and
hit recovery it doubtfnl.
Laroe ttock of black silks at C
Brevities. Tho asphalt pavement of
tho custom-house square was completed
The Bulletin office Is to bo
heated by steam.
Many negroes not entitled to voto aro
registered in this city.
Sandy Bayou in Kentucky it the
fisherman's paradiso at present.
Remember tho ball of tho Bismark
Bund to-morrow night. Everybody will
botbero and everybody will have a grand
The bewildering ttock of new goodt
now being opened by Blum 9e Aiuton
will make all our ladies wish they had the
purse of Fortunatut.
Tho ttono to bo used in repairing and
improving Ohio Leveo is being brought
from tho vicinity of Cape Girardsau by
the steamer Iko Hammitt.
Tho swiftest running horse at the
Cbarletton fair, and which tok off the
first premium, belonged to Captain Ben
Howard of the steamer Quickstep.
Justus K. Cunningham was awarded
tho first premium at the Charleston Fair
for tho best two-horse spring wagon. The
wagon was built by J. P. Gamblo of this
Mary Keefo and Joanna Allen wero
taken beforo Bross yesterday and fined
$5 and costs each. Offense, too freo use
of their tongues. The gentle Joanna
paid the impecunious Mary went to jail.
A party of Cairoites are arranging to
go to Capo Girardeau on next Wednesday,
to hear Sonator Schurz, who will address a
political meeting In that place on that
The fair of the St. Joseph's Catholic
church closed on Friday night, tho ladies
congratulating themselves on tho fact that
it was successful throughout. Tho last
thing on the programme was tho an
nouncement of tbo result of tho voto for
tho candidates for sheriff, Mr. Irvln being
awarded tho cano by a considerable ma
Lauoe ttock of notiont at C. Hanny's.
OCTOBER TK KM FIFTH DAY.
Judgo Bross, Presiding; J. G. Lynch,
In tho matter of the estate of Thos. U.
McGinnis, doceased, administratrix ap
peared nnd submitted her report. Keport
approved and Elizabeth II. Kussoll, ad
ministratrix, received a final discharge.
In the matter of the estate of Bonjamin
Mayo, deceased, John Caublo, the admin
istrator, appearod and tiled his report. It
was ordored that tbo administrator payoff
all first, second and third class claims
against laid estate, and at tho oxpiration
of two years pay on all fourth class claims
a pro rata of assets.
Tiik Bismark Bund ball to-morrow
Stoamor Burktvillo, Evansville
bt. Luko, St. iiouit
Susie Silver, St. Loult
Hollo Vernon, Momphis
City of Chetter, Memphis
Carrio V Kounls, St. Loult
Glasgow, Mound City
Steamer Burktvillo, Evansville
" St. Luke. Memnbit
Sutio Silver, New Orleani
Mary E Forsyth. St. Loult
Bolle Vernon, Retiroraont
City of Chester, St. Loult
Carrie V Kountis, New Orleani
Wm. Cowen, St. Loult.
UIU MUDDY COAL,
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on utual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offored on fftvorablo
Louis and all way landings this ovonlng
at six o'clock. The St. Joseph It the
Anchor lino steamer leaving for Memphis
and Intermediate landingt this evening at
six o'clock. Tho fast Grand Towor will
leavo at tlx o'clock thlt ovonlng for St.
Loult nnd all way landings. Tho packet
for Evantvlllo will leavo at tlx o'clock thlt
condition ov the riverh.
Hero tho river hat fallen four Inchct
tlnco our last report, according to tho re
port of tho U. S. observer at this place.
Dltpatchot from Pittsburg, rccoivod yot
terday, lay the rivor It rising fast, and a
coal boat rise will occur. This will re
vivo tho drooping tplritt of our steamboat
mon. Should the rivor riso twolvo feet at
Pittsburg it will twell tho Ohio below Ev
ansville, threo feet, if not more, and that
would glvo a five foot channel for tbo
packet!. There It nothing encouraging
from tho Mississippi. It it still falling
with scant fivo and a half feet In the chan
nel. BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Thcro wat considerable activity on tho
landing yestorday, and night found tbo
freight pilos rather dimlnishod. The
weather wai clear and pleasant.
The Mary K. Foriytho got away for St
Loult at an early hour yestorday. She
will bo Inspected while up there.
The Susie Silver camo in with a good
trip, and wanted but litllo freight. She
had a largo number of passongers.
Tho Hollo Vernon came in Dying light
from Memphis, and has laid up for tho
Capt. Ben Howard was in tho city yes
terday, on hit way houii from tho Char
leston, Mo., fair, and expressed himself
The City of Chester, from Memphis,
had a light trip for St. Louis.
The Carrie V. Kountz camo out of tho
Mississippi rivor nnd didn't wet n span
and received nil tho freight tho could
carry on tho water.
Theferryboatdidagood business yestor
day. The counties around about Cairo
wero well reprcsontod. Tho Burksvillo
brought In a fair trip for Evansville, and
returned flying light.
Tho Mary Miller and barges havo passed
Evansville, and aro looked lor at th'.s port
hourly. Sho left New Albany two weeks
The It. O. Gray has been laid up at Cin
cinnati for the present, until tome finan
cial troublet between her owners aro set
tled. Deputy U. S. Marshal Saup went up to
Mound City yesterday and brought tho
runaway steamer Glasgow down to this
port, and hat tied her to the bank. Peter
it determined that he will hold her until
all claims against her aro satisfactorily ad
justed. The wrocki of tho old steamers Dr.
Kane and Fitzpatrick lying in front of
the landing nt Ualliday't warehouse are
being removed by a gang of labores. Tho
Dr. Kane struck a snag in tho Mississippi
rivor above Birds Point about the begin
Ing of the war and succeeded in reaching
the placo whero her wreck lies when she
sunk so quick that her crew and passon
gon had barely timo to get ashoro. Wo
believe there wat no lives lost. Sho was
a large size sternwbeel boat.
The Fitzpatrick tunk, wo believe, in
1SG2. The wrecks have been in tbo way
for a long timo and their removal will bo
a benefit to our harbor.
Mr. Hiram Hill, submarine divor, ar
rived from Louisville, whero ho has been
for somo time engaged. He reported it
very dull at Loulsvillo.
Mr. Don C. McKinzie, an old Catroite,
who has beon clerk of Dugan'i wrecking
boat Amson, at Cincinnati, arrived homo
yesterday, his timo of service having ex
pired. PHIL. HOWARD,
City National Bask Balldta.
MuSpecial attention paid to orders Irom steam
boats nlaht ordaT
Houso and two lots in block fifty lolt
No. 35 and 30 situated on Eighth be
tween Washington and Walnut. For
further particulars at to termt apply on
premises or address P. O. box G54.
Fine assortment of tablo damask, at C.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenuo, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
Ho guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
tho public. mmm 3m,
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
threo and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One 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.
TUB ONLY REL1AHLE OI FT MSTRIUU
HON IN THE COUNTRY I
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xj. 3D. SINE'S
158th Itcgnlar Monthly
To be drawn Monday, November 23th, 1871.
Two Grand Capitals or
$5,000 each in Greenbacks !
Two Prleot $1,000 Ji r
Five Prizes 600 GREENBACKS
Ton Prlso 100 5- (
One Homo and Huggy with Silver-Mounted
Harncs". worth 10001
One Flnc-toncd Rosewood IMano, worth
live hundred dollars t
Six Family Sewing Machine.", worth
1100 each I
Five gold watches A ehaltiM worth 100 each I
Fho "Gold American Hunting Watchci,
worth caeh !
Ten Ladle' Gold Htintlnir Wntchc worth
$75 cavh !
800 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watched
(In all,) worth from $20 to $.100 each I
Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Jewelry, etc.
Whole number Gift, O.WW. Ticket Limi
ted to 00,000:
AGENTS WANTED TO SE1.D TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Slnitle Ticket 1 : Six Ticket (.V, Twelvo
Ticket $10; Twenty-lire Tickets t'20.
Circular containing a fall lint of prlieit, ade.
tcriptionof the manner at drawing, and other
Information In reference 10 the distribution, will
be tent to any one ordering them, AH lettera
miiKt be addressed to L. V. BINE, Ilox, Be,
tlx nrnci, Cincinnati, O.
101 Writ Sill t. noywAdly
WK GUAllAN'TKK THAT
Who has ever had one of the
WILL MOST CHEERFULLY RECOM
MEND IT Ai THE MOST
THEY HAVE EVER USED.
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIES
EVERY KIND OF FUEL.
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
REGULAR CAIRO. l'ADUC'AH & EVANS
VLLLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
The Fast and Elegant 1'iuirnger titeamer
Tack G hammer, Master.
En. Thomas, Clerk.
jt3T Leaves Cairo for Padticah and Evans
ville, every Thureday und Sunday evening,
atU o'clock, roiinectlnt; at Evuiihvlllu with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packet. For
freight or passaf-e apply to
James Biggs Pasxengcr Ak'i.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAH & EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The Hue Pansetigcr Packet
HEN. HOWARD Master
Nkglky Runi) clerk
jQTLcare Cairo for Paducuh and Evans
vlUo every Tuoxday and Friday evenltur ut tl
o'clock. For freight or passage apply on
board or to
.1AME8 Hinon. I'awenger Ak'I.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
Tho lino low pressure Passenger Packet
W. It. PENNINGTON.
JQTLcavct Cairo every Wednesday anil
Saturday evening at G o'clock, for Paducuh
und Erunsrillo. For freight or passage ap
ply on board or to
JAmks Miaou, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
The aplendld ateamer
Dick Fowlkk, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), ut
4 p.m. For freight or pannage upply on hoaru
or to Jan. Maluiky, Ag't.
OAI1U, AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip daily.
At U.. a.m
At 4:30 P.m.
lkav'g mound city
At 8:30 a.m.
At 1:30 p.m.
Faro eacn way. mi
cent; 10 ticket tor
$2 CO. WIU land, when hailed, at any good
inwrmeuiaio lauawg tor passenger 01
Our Homo Advertisers.
C. HAN NY.
XKMTUCKY JKANe, FXTRA,
LARUE STOUK OF CARPETING
If la Kntlre Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORKER 8TH BT. AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOEIT VARIETY STOCK IN TIIK C1TV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner ef Nineteenth street and Com
On Eighth Street, elween Commercial and Wash
nuton ATenues, Is dally recelvlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYLES,
lleemta a lull line of
BODtTiTETS &c HATS
I Trimmed and untrimmed,)
FIIE.NCH KLOWER8. RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS
of all kindi. Lacet, etc., etc.
Mr. McOee has aleo a Urge assortment o
Kancjr Articles, tuch u
NECK TlS, COLLARS. UNDER3LEEVES,
And all other articlea usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TOR
MRS. M. SWANDER,
hu opened out an extenslTe ttock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment 01
LACES, 7RINQEH, KID OLOVKS, HOSIERY
end all articles utuall kept in a flrst'Clajt mil
Mrs. Bwander inritet the public to call and in
rest her etock, whieh ehe will take pleasure la
howlnu to old u well at new cuetotrera.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Doalor iu Foreign Fruits &Nuta,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
And Pester in
VEGETABLES, FRUITS. EGGS, LAUD
FRESH UUTTEE, ETC.
ISTAllGooiU warranted fresh, and told
at tho lowest prices.
Corner Otli St. andCommercIalAve.
TEC 22 ISTBW SYSTEM.
aXOCERIKB RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
PRICES FOR CASH.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE.
WABHINOTON AVENUE, IIETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
60 lbs. DRY Cuba Sugar for $5 0
yi hum .. ... 1
04 Its, A coffoe Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 OC
4 " Prlroo Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
3 Choice " " - - 1 00
3 11 Old Government Java - 1 OC
Teat and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
e eyerjr deeerlpllen,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
WINE AND I.IUOURI,
J. O. S "ML I T H,
WnOLKUt AND lltTAlt. iaitta H
WINKS AND LIQUORS I
And proprietor orne'" and fpciulld
N'O. 75 OHIO LKVEE,
CAIRO, - . . ILLINOIS,
Keeps conMnntly on hand the choicest of
Wines and Liquor, which ho will sell at tho
very lowest UKiircH. Call and examine.
, R. SMYTH & CO.,
I WHOLESALE GROCERS, J
ate Mttteitei MiiaitiMav
V A I It it . ILLINOIS.
Alio, keep constantly nn hand a moil com
plete stock or
SOOTCn AND IRISH WHISKIES
-0 I N H.-
Port, Madorla, Shorry and Catawba "V in c
RUHYTIt CO. fell exclutlretjr for ch,to
. which fart they Inrlte the epcil atten.
tion of cloin hanaln Imyers.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
sccctuna o ronu TOciri.rtH
Ketirjer nnl Whole! neater In
Forrlva nnd lotnetle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Omo Levee,
HK keep on hand constantly a full "look c
Old Kentucky Hourbon, Rye and Monongn
tela Whlfikleo, French Itrandlea, llolUad Oln
Rh Ine and Cullfornle Wlnen .inao
AND DULia IN
EianTit Street, Between Washinoto
and Commercial Avenues,
A4JoIbIbb Ul'teuhoune nntl Manny'.
Keep the bet or Ueet, I'orlt, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Su ((, etc., nd are prepared to une
sttitens in the mont acceptable mttnner.
JA3IES KYN ASTON,
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds o
Corner Ninetenth and Poilar Sts.,
Uuys and daughter only the bct cattle
Iioks and tiheep, und Is prepared to till any
demand for freMi meata from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
FOR SALE,1 For Hale f FOR SALE,
' I KcrSslo I
VOR SALE. J vol Hie I FOR BALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Londonderry
Faro from Glasgow,
Fare from Queenstown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $ 4 8 20
rf rTcnt. Minn A T , trnli.
Lirerpool New-Tork and Fhltadrlpbi
CMDia coxraiCT wirn ckitkd tnru and lanitn
Fur Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rrtTHia laroaaiTioN
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
lSllroadway, New. York, erto
II. II o n p t ,
Wanhington Avenue, Cairn. nnia. s
HTOVKN. TINWAHE, KTC,
A. HALLE Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothen Wringer To lie
War, Coal Hods, KlrtShoyels, Air Oate.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEE1
No. 166 Washington-avenue
MrRooflnie, Guttering and all kinds ofo
work doneat shorten! nolle. lehldtf
BOOT AND Mil OK NTOHE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., noar Athencum.
Keep on hand a good aiaortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Mines' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Whloh they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Ex ami he.
H. T. GEROUL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
tiAH riZTVKM, '
Gas Fitter'! and Plumber's material, Wood
pumr . iiom ana aaii vaiyea, atop
cocki, check yajyei.ttc.
auo aoimt roa
THtta Bratbara Patent Dry duNilrt
And Morauouee, Wells Oo'a Automatic WaUi
inaieawr anatiuppiy vaiya for steam boUar.
WINTER'S BLOCK, COMUBaOtAL-ATBlIU
i.tm v. I I LMt'Mini
T a "arta TvciLllnI I
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile the HhnrtMtRwata
Eighty Mile the flhortM Rent
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
DMrnlt. r'l . .r. I .. .1 ' ... ' a-
8u,Hfl0 Jl1,'."'"""' WaShlBirton.
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
Boston and all points eat.
Mllwaiikle, Janejyllle, Madl.on.
LaCrnmie, at. Paul and all points north.
1 his It lo the only direct mule to
Decatur, lllootnlnKton, Unrinireld,
Peoria, CJnlncy, Keokuk,
Ilurlingtnn, Rock UUnd, La Salle.
.I.-I..IUII., mxon, rrreport,
Oslena, Dubuque, hloux Utr,
Omaha ami all points northwest.
xacnani urawinc Koom Slcopine Car
HKRe Cheeked to all Important polnls.
.l.tV?kei? lnt"mion, apply to I. C. R.R
J o urnbu , nd Cairo, and at the prlnclp
rnllrna 1 1 Jl.-ket offlre, lhroiiKhout the 1011th. '
. V.. P. JOIIN-jON. Oen'l fane. Ai't, Chlcaio.
A. Mitcitnt, Gen'l Hun'l. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON. Air'i. V...,n
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R. j
On nnd after Monday, April 24th, 1972
trains will run at follows:
T8MNS iollfl SOUTlltllT. I
,., , , Express.,
Leayo Vinlnla s. a. m lia.Vn.tii
" HprlngHeld !i0 . . auf !.'" I
,' Tnylorylllo 1118 SSZ i n
Arrire at Puna.. 11.10 " ,,; I
TaAixi uoikij aoarnwinT. 1
" TavIorle i.tn ' t
Arrive at HprtPRfleld...6.n " ... io "
Leayo Hprinsfield. n.5 " 'jo
Arrive at Vltginn 8.5 " ......s.l.i
Taain ooixn ecTHiiir,
I.eayo KlKwood 8.30 a. ni.. IO.IOd. m
" Flora 8.8 H.io '
Arrive at Hhawoeet'n .3J " 5 is . 1
U. S. RRIGHA.M, M. 1).
Homeopathic PliyMciun ami tjiuveon. Of
lice I'M Conimervial avenue. licMdcncc on
Tenth street, three doori wet of C. It.
1)11. B. U. TABER.
Will resume tho pmetlec of his profci-Mnii
...... .'lt.H! I1ILM1I1.V .1. ViWlIIUU
treatment ol tllxeinoK In nil the new and lm-
pruteiiinciiiouH 01 :iipilcutluli.
In all caea or female complaints a lady
will lie In attendance.
OUlce, 1'iaComtiicrelal avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
fE8IDK.CK Jio. 21 Thirleenih street, be
J.V tween WKohlnxton atcnue and Walnut street.
Olllcx UiCormiieri'illarenur. nt talr.
u. w. miNxrvG ai d
RKHIDKNCE-corner.Vinlh aud Walnut sts.
" ii .-iA.il Birur, huh levee.
Ortice hoiire-froin a a.m. to 11' m., and 8 p.m
H. WARDNEK, M. D.
REsIDENCK-Corner Mneuenth street anJ 1
WHfhiiiitton ayennc. near court hon. t)i.
Hce oyer Arier't Grocery More, Oltlce Uourafrom I
iu 11. in. in i it in. anil '"oni i In 4 11. m. I
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Greeii, 'I
William II Gilbert, CAIRO, ILI.INOIH.
Miles F.GIlkert, j
aWSpecia. attention Riyen to Admiralty and 1
teambnat bunineas. I
orricK omo levee, rooms 7 and 8 over I
CITT NATIONAL nAXK.
For Salo at Wbolcealo o Retail
CORNER 32D-STBEET AND C-niO LXVXk
P. U AMBLE
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WABH'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Ut. II. K. Fields Inform" tne public that he has
LIVER 1' STABLE,
on the northweat side of Tenth street aa name
ilia tit'ablea will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tho puhlle may bo accommodatcd'at all
hours of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowed terms.
Dr. Heidi ak u Miare nrptiiiiic patronage
aud will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and bttict attention to business.
Comer ' Twenty-second btrect ami Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at tho lowest market
price. aio agoou arucie or
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLLDAY
UKU TilKllS, or upply at the mill.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental.
l-articuiar attention paiu to
uruers loiicitcd for scene
Gilt, plain and
iruaieu to mv
i , ilSiW ofrvWow, how to
fltliMt .Aid liBi lojuat: If
sup apuiBaMnia tna imtinnitna nr aw.!
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