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BE0I8TKBI RKG1STKR 1 1
MAmi0n the Jnd Instant, at
Brantford,0nda, Mr. talropson U. Ta
bor to Miss -Mary K. Workman.
Fikb assortment of ladles' fans at 0
Wk learn from tbo Rev. Fred L. Thorn
ion thai Ike first quarterly mooting of tliU
conference year, of tlio Methodist church
of this charge, will bo held on tlio Olh
and 10th of November, which will cm
braes noxt Sabbath week.
Ax Accidknt. Day beforo yesterdny,
the oldest ion of Mr. Kolzar, whllo trying
to shake pecans from tlio limb of a trco
'nto which ho had climbed, fell a distance
of thirty fact. Bo was picked up with
snralnod ancles and other bruises and
sent homo in a wagon.
Ir you wish to indulge In a dollcioui
cigar, patronize 1. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chawing or smok
ing tobacco, plpos, tobacco pouches, etc.
so to P. 8aun' popula- Tobacco and
Cigar store. If
Ax Incitiknt Fikk. Somo boys play
ing on the old circus grounds yesterday af
ternoon about 4 o'clock set tiro to a quan.
tity of shavings In the rear of .le.ie John
son's resldcncn corner of Movonth
and Poplar streets. Tho fire was commu
nicated to the house, but was put out by
tho timely cflorts of tlio resident.
Large slock of notions at C. Hanny's.
Notick. All outstanding bills for gro
ceries furnished my grocery store, corner
of Ninth street and Commercial avenue,
previous to tho time It was closod must be
presented to me for collection, and all bills
due mc for groceries furnished must bo
paid to me immediately or they will bo
placed In the hands of nn ofheer mid costs
of collecting tho samo added. All per
sons are notified that I havo no interest or
connection with any buslnoss outside, of
my regular avocation as wrecker.
KVJ8 2t II. Hill.
Political Thero will bo a Greeley
meeting at Mound City to-night. Whon
we havo a meeting in Cairo tho Mound
City boys come down and help us out.
Can't wo muster a crowd to go up there.
Where aro tho horsemen of the lato pro
cession 7 Preparo to mount I
To-day Is tho last day of registration.
If you havo not boon registered, attend to
tho duty to-day.
Col. Townos of Union county, and
Mr. Oborly ol Alexander, will address tho
peoplo of Clear Creek at 2 o'clock, Satur
Arrangements arc being mado for a
big Liberal demonstration In this city dur
ing tbo present woek. Lot ovory Orcoloy
man prepare to do his duty on the occasion.
A Judical gentleman, doing business
on Eighth street betweon Washington and
Commercial avenues, is anxious to but
$500 that. Grant will carry Illinois by
30,000 majority, and thcro aro many men
of many minds rushing around, anxious to
tako his bet.
Wasted. Fifty truck-layers, 200 sec
tlon men on tho Cairo and Vincenhes rail
road; wages $2 per day for track-layers,
and $1 "5 per day for section men ; steady
employment for good men. Hoard $4
per week on the boarding train, which is
run by the company. Transportation free.
Corner Third streot and Commcrcian ave
nue, Cairo, 111., or to the foremen on
the work. IO-'JO-tf.
Mr. Black, of tho City Shoo Store,
has returned to tho city, having purchased
a very large stock of fall and winter
boots and shoes, which he is now dally re
ceiving. Mr. Black hu selected his goods with
his usual caro and taste, and guarantees
his friends and patrons who may call upon
him, a first-class article. Mr. B. lav
ing met with such good success in intro
ducing ladies', misses' and children's cus
tom made shoes of Brolaski make, has
made arrangement with the abovo gen
tlemen lor a lino of their gentlemen's
and youths' hand mado boots and shoes,
to which ho Ivites the attention of the
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-19-tf.
Labgk stock of black silks at C
Wicked Caiuo. The good pastors of
our city churches must arouse tbemsolves.
The religious reputation of Cairo is buf
fering. The small number of professing
christians In this city Is a matter of com-
men i to me ouisicjc world. A late issue
of the Washington, Ind., 1 Gazette' says:
" In the city of Cairo, III., with a popula
tlon of ten thousand inhabitants, there are
not more than six hundred members of
evangelical churches." This will never
do. For every one person in Cairo on the
road to heaven,there are sixteen persona and
two-thirds of u person going tbo other
way. Immediately after the election
Tub Bulletin, which has been slightly
neglectful of Its religious duties lately
will endeavor to assist in the correction of
this frightful state of affairs.
Brevities. Register to-day.
Tho streot commlttoo wore In session
i A largo numbor of wagons nre stacked
up on tho Ohio Lcvco awaiting shipment
A company of hunters . and trappors
from Sullivan, Indiana, passed through
Cairo on Sunday, on tbolr way to Arkan
Somo thief went through a passonger
on tho sloeping car between horo and Du
Quoin, and stole a pair of pants, a vest and
Tho pi geons are flying southward.
Many flocks have passed over this city
in tho direction of Kentucky in tho last
All told, thero are nino cases of small
pox in Cairo, and nearly all of the unfortu
nates camo from St. Louis, whore they
contracted tho disease
Matt Burns' services aro being
brought into requisition by tho railroads
far and near to employ workmen for
them. Matt Is an energetic, pushing man,
and workmen who make contracts with
him can rely on tho faithful performance
of tho!r terms. Ho has full authority to
employ from headquarters. Matt now
wants two hundred section men and fifty
track-layers for tho Cairo and Vinconnes
railroad. Seo advertisement in another
Blum & Amson havo received tho sec
ond installment of their lurgo slock of fall
and winter goods and odor thorn to cus
tomers at greatly reduced prices, having
made tbolr purchases sinco tho lato do
cllno in Wool, which enables thorn to offor
dress goods, flannels, shawls and all woollen
and mixed goods at twonty per cont. bo
low previous prices. Shawls which
brought $8 a week or so ago aro now of
ferod at $6. Thoy call particular attention
to their stock of boots and shoos, nmong
which may bo found a handsomo assort
ment of ladies' nnd children's shoes of tho
bost mako and latest styles, all of which
will bo sold remarkably cheap. All tho
new stylos of dress goods, shawls, wraps,
and an immonso vnrioty of notions, rib
bons, etc , will be found on tholr shelves.
POLICB Coukt. Frank Gardnor, ar
rested by Ileim and Mchner, for drunken
nasi, was fined $1 and cocts. Sent to ja
for six days.
Martin McGuiro, drunk, arrested b
the same, fined SI and costs. Sent to ja
for five days.
Caldwell and Meny, arrested by
Wbltcamp for drunkenness, wero fined $1
and costs each, and sent to juil for six day
John Story, drunk, taken in charge
by Billingsly, was fined $'J and costs
Sent to jail for 7 days.
Labox stock of prints at C. Ilanny's.
Small-Pox. A few duys ago we called
attention to tho fact that the small-pox
was raging in St. Louis, nnd the steam
boats would, if they wero not watched,
bring cases into Cairo and spread the dis
ease among our own peoplo. To enforce
the fact that this was a fear not founda
tionlesi we said that several cases had al
ready appeared in our city and had been
brought here by hosts from other cities.
Some of our merchants have objected to
our making this fact public. They aro
short-sighted. We referred to tho "pres.
tace of the small-pox for tho purpose of
Arrowing tbo authorities to immediately
nd energetically take measures to prevent
It from becoming epidemic. We aro a
citlien of this village, and havo had tho
draftdful dlsesse in our family. Wo do
uotwlibany moreof If, and we believe
It cast itirpatedby energy and common
sense in the action of the city authorities.
"We Uke pleasure Id saying that Mayor
Laatdea tod the Board of Health Officer,
wooien, are aomg an ma can ue aone
behalf. There are only a few cases
. . i . i
ow. ana. we ociiove, mm ii
end to vaccination and
o will escape a vis
ey don't, look out
Personal. The mother and beautiful
and accomplished sister or W. II. Morris
aro now in the city visiting friends.
-Potter pottered about tho city yester-
Gen. Knuni is registorcd at the St.
S. P. Whoeler is in Jonosboro attend
ing circuit court.
Capt. Ilambloton wont through Cairo
to St. Louis yestorday.
Judge Fidgeon, of Mound City, was
n Cairo yesterday afternoon.
Mayor Lansden went to Decatur yes
terday for three or four days' stay.
K. C. Weirich of the Mississippi
Valley transportaton company is in tho
Mr. Davis, of tho 'Sun,' has returned
from Chicago, and has returned his place
at the editorial bellows.
ltobarts of Carbondalo, was visible, on
the Ohio leveo and In tho vicinity of The
Bulletin office yesterday.
Col. Oscar Turner and wife passed
through Cairo yestorday on their way to
Toxas by way of St. Louis.
Mr. Charles Partler proposes to soon
build a brick basiness house on the site of
tho present well-known New York store.
Lonergan will go into tbo feed storo
business in a fow days, in tho storo room
of tho new Wardner building, Commer
Captain Dominique Fields, formerly
extensively engaged in furnishing walnut
logs for the walnut mill near tho eleva
tor in this city, has been arrested in Osce
ola, Arkansas, and taken to Little Reckon
a charge of killing two negroes during the
late troubles at Osceola. Captain Fields'
family resido at Vinconnes, Indiana.
The 'Gallatin Gazette' says: "Hon
Fredolino Bross of Cairo, was honored by
tlio Order of Odd Fellowship for the slate
of Illinois, at Hock Island, with tho posi-
tlon of Grand Master for the state. The
distinguished honor and truly responsible
position could not have been conferred
upon a more worthy man. His elect
was a recognition of his fitness, and a
merited tribute to the German element in
The festive Faxon says in the Padu
cah 'Kentucklan' : ''Wo mado the acquaint
mice of McIIhIo in Cairo. He is the fel
low to get acquainted with ho carries the
keys to tho "city hotel" and a man never
loses anything by knowing him. Ho is
strong Greeley man, and wears a white
satin hat. Mac is fearfully ugly, but then
ho is ta!d to be tho kindest and best na
turud man in the world, which makes uj
for tho deficiency."
Mr. Simpson H. Tabor, of tho well
known firm of Tabor Brothers, wandered
away oil" into Canada, and thero became
entangled In the pleasant meshes of mat
rimony. Tho happy man and his beauti
ful bride were visible on Washington ave
nue Sunday. To them both The Bulle
tin extends tho usual salutations, and
wishes, in addition, that they may havo
unclouded matrimonial skies, and paths of
pleasantness and peace.
Nonouv denies Ihul if you would havo
oysters by tho plalo, stowed, fried, roasted
raw or on tho half-sholl, by tho dozen,
can or barrel, thoro is only ono placo In tho
cily whero you can get tho freshest, juiciest
and best. That placo by common ennsont
lit tho Thalia Oyster saloon, at tho corner
of Twelfth street and Wnslngton avenue,
and, whllo there, if you should chanco to
call for a glass of St. Louis lager ; a glass
of wine, natlvo or foreign, or something
of a stronger kind, your own good tato
will tcslify that Jacckol kcaps tho bost.
Then go to tho Thalln, call for what you
want to eat or drink, nnd if you aro not
moro than satisfied, everybody will say
that you must charge your dissatisfaction
o your own depraved taste. tf.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
notice to contr tutors.
Sealed proposals will bo rccoivod nt tho
engincor's olllco in Jackson Tennossce un
til November 1st, 187a, for about three
hundred thousand cross tics, suid tie
must bo sevon by eight inches and nine
Tho company reserve tho right to re
ject any or all bids.
S. B. Rked,
10-17d2w Chief Engineer.
Wm. Eichhotr has purchased tho Inter
est of his brothers in tho above cstnblish
mont in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnituro manufacturing business with
groat success. IIo has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and enn war
rant every article ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of liedsttculs, Chulrs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at the fac
AN AMERICAN NOVEL.
Dr. Holland's sorial story entitled "Ar
thur flonnicastle," to bo commenced in
Scribncr's Monthly' for November and
continued through tho year, will bo auto
biographical in form, and in a different
vein from tho earlier stories of this writer.
It will incorporato much of personal ex
perience, abound in interesting incident,
and will deal with somo of the most im
portant problems of American life. Tho
illustrations of this story by Miss Hallock
will be among the best that havo appeared
in the 'Magazine.'
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
others whose business lays out of doors,
and who for tho preservation of health
and good temper ought to wear good,
heavy wator-proof boots, can got just what
thoy want by calling on Wm. Kblers. Ho
mukes French calf or kip boots, warranted
to fit well, wear well and glvo general sat
continual mass of snngs, sand bars, wrecks,
&c, nnd it Is impossible lor boats to como '
down stream after dark. Jlolow horo
pilots roporl six and u half feet to Mem
phi", and about tho s nino bolow there.
Business, for Monday, was very good,
and considerable froight was handled.
Tbo wenther was fair nnd pleasant.
About thrco o'clock Sunday nftcmoon,
whllo tho Mohawk and barges woro mak
ing tho crossing from the Illinois shoro to
tho Missouri shore, bolow Greenfield's
forry landing, bargo No. 33 drawing about
fivo feet two Inches, struck some hidden
obstruction which tore a hole in her hull
four feet wldo and sixteen feet long, from
tho knucklo upward, causing tlio bargo to
sink vory quick, in iovun feet walor at tho
bow and eight foci at tho Hern. Thu hole
of tho bargo was tilled with about four
thousand barrios of Hour nnd a fuw bar
rols of whisky. All of thu Hour and tho
lower tior of hay on tho deck is damaged.
On board this bargo w.n a lot of ten, lire
works, fruit and fish direct from China to
New Orleans, all of which was saved with
out dumagc. Thu balance of the deck
load coiisitod of corn, oats and bran,
which is not damaged. Tho .Mohawk
camo to this port and got it coiiplo of
barges and took all tho deck load oil' yes
terday. Tho Eckert wont up to tho bargo and
her diver went down and examined thu
hull nnd it is thought that it can be raised.
This Is tho first accident of any note tho
Miss. V. T. Co. has met with for several
Tho now steamer Jo, Kinney got out
Sunday night away behind time. Slio was
agtound twenty-four hours at Barracks
and laid up nil night. She is said to bu a
splendid low water boat and will carry
four hundred tons on four nnd n half feet
Tho Commonwealth nnd barges had
a remarkably light trip.
Tho F.milic L-t Bargo had n good trip of
nssurted freight for St. Louis,
Tho Yager discharged 300 barrels Hour
for Peoriu and had 11,000 sucks, salt for St.
Tho Belle Vornon found an opening
and enmo to tho wharf yesterday und com
menced loading for Memphis. She will
get a good trip.
Tho Long worth left for New Orleans
with all tho freight sho wanted and a fair
lot of passengers.
Tho Belfast came out druwing fivo foot
largo with a bargo in low and brought
1,000 tons. She added 3U0 tons here. Sho
had fifty cabin and seventy deck passen
gers nnd 1,300 tons freight when sho loft
horo. It is reported that she struck tho
samo obstruction that sunk bargo No. 3:s,
butdid her no damage. Bargo No. 81 of
the Mohawk's tow is loaded partly with
fifteen thousand bushels of bulk grain-
Tho eubmnrino Aid goes to Red river to
work among tlio rafts. She passed down
Our Homo Advortisors.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A placo whero yon ran buy a" milch for
us you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
Wasted. Two thousand men at good
pay, and live hundred teams at $1 60 to
$5 per day, to go to Marshall, Texas, to
work on tho Texas and Pacific railroad
Board $3 GO to U 60 per wook. Teams
and men will bo transported to Vlcksburg,
(from whero they can drive to Frecport,)
as follows: Horses, $7; mules, $0; wag
ons, $7 ; men on dock, $3.
For Information and free transporta
tion. Apply to
M. Burn, Agent,
Mechanics' bourding house,
Cor. Third St. o: Commercial Av.
Steamer H. C. Yieger, New Orleans.
Kmma O. Elliott, Memphis.
" Commonwealth, New Orleans,
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
" Bello Vernon, Retirement.
" Ada Ucllman, .Memphis.
" Kmlllo Luliarge, Now Orleans
" Belfast, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Padueah.
Steamer Nick Longworth, Now Orleans.
" II. U. l leper, rit. Louis.
" Emma C. Elliott, St. Iouis.
" Commonwealth, St. Louis.
" City of Alton, St. Louis.
" Ada Heilman, Evansville.
" Emilie LaBarge, St. Louis.
" Belfast, New Orleans.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus
" Jim. Fisk., Jr, Paductth.
IIIQ MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats suppllod at any tune, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tbo yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
H. V. OLYntA.N'T,
D. A. Bokek, Gun'1 Sunt
Sales Agent. 3-lS-ly
JIOATS LEAVING TO-DAV.
Tho olegant passonger packet City of
Chester is the regular packet leaving this
ovor.iug f.t six o clock for Memphis and
all way landings. Tho Uno anchor lino
Bello Memphis will leave for St. Louis and
way points at six o'clock this evening,
Tho Jim Fisk, Jr., Is tho packet for Padu
cab and all points at half past four
o'clock this evening. Tho regular Evans
ville boat will leave at G o'clock this eve
CONDITION' OK THE RIVERS.
Sinco our last report tho river has only
risen about ono inch. Yesterday it was
about stationary, but this morning it is
probably rising, Tho big rlvor at Pitts
burg continues, and thoro is no doubt but
what Ihero will bo enough water to let tho
coal fleet out to Louisville. All tbo mail
lino packets havo resumed oporatlons,
and at Cincinnati and Louisville tho Ohio
is rising fast, with an impruvod channel.
The poor old Mississippi is still on tho
steady decline, with only fivo and a half
feet, and an awful rugged and crookod
channel. From tbo barracks to tht
mouth of the Ohio thu Mississippi is ono
Clljr NnCIouHl JJnlilt Utilliliiic.
.Special attention mI tnoMers Irom
fonats nlilht or dor
Sealed propo-als will be received at tho
city clerk's ollico until 7 oclock p.m., f
Tuesday, the 12th day of November, A.D.
1871!, for furnishing the materials or doing
thu work, or both, for tho construction of
sidewalks as follows, viz: On tho easterly
sido of Washington avenue, in front of lots
numbered eighteen (18), nineteen (1!)),
twenty ('.'0), und twenty-ono (21), in block
numbered twenty-four (21 j, on said east
erly sido lrom tho northerly lino of said
lot numbered eighteen (18 produced to
tho lino fixed by ordinance as tho outer
edge of tho sidewalk constructed, or to bo
constructed on tho southerly sido of
Seventh street In said city; on tho north
erly side of Sixth street, from Washington
avenuo to Jefferson avenue; on the north
orly"s!do of Cro,s street, from Washington
avenuo to Walnut street, to connect with
tlio sidewalks on tlio;o strocU; on tho
west sido of Commercial' avenue in front
of lots numbered onu (1), two (), three
(3), four (1), fivo (6) and tlx 10), in block
numbered twenty (20) ; on thu south sido
of Tenth street from Walnut street to
Scajid proposals will also bo received as
above, for furnishing thu materials or do
ing tho work, or both, for tho reconstruc
tion or renewal of thu following described
sidewalks, viz: On tho south side of Nine
teenth street from Poplar street to Com
mercial avenue; on tho north sido of
Twentieth street from Ohio Leveo to Wal
nut streot; on tho south sido of or Twen
tieth street from Ohio Luvuo to Washing
ton ovonuo ; on both sides of Poplur street
from Eighteenth street to Division street;
on tho south sido or Division street und on
tho north side of Center street; on thu
mirth sido of Twenly-llfth street from
Washington avunuu to Walnut street, und
on south sido of samo streot from Walnut
street to Holhrook avenue ; and on thu
south sido of Thirty-fourth street from
Commercial avonuo to Washington
avenue. Said proposals shall bo directed to
tho city council and will be opened at a
joint meeting of tho council at tho timu
All proposals shall bo mado in accordance
with tho provisions, requirements and spec
ifications of ordiruinco No. 32, ap
proved September ICth, A. I)., 1871!, which
ordinance is now on fllo at my olllco, sub
ject to examination at uny time.
, City Clerk.
Cairo, HI., Oct. 28, 1872. lU.'28-IOd
EVERY BCTD Y
WANTS TO HNflw "
SlSM WHICH IS TUB UKHT MACnKVE 1
THE "LIGHT RUNNING" jLa a
jf Answers tils
cord of success
tie history of
At eats wanted
Tho undersigned would respectfully In
form tho public that they have fitted tholr
now sloro house on Eighth street with tho
finest nnd best assorted stock of
general morchnndiso over boforo brought
to this mnrkot, and in ordor
to sccuro a largo portion of tho putronugo
of tho public,
WKAKK DKTKUMINKD TO SKLL
OUU GOODS AT LOWKK
ANY OTHKU KS.'AU.
LISUMKNT IN THK VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely now, nnd
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents nnd Children's
SOOTS &c SHOES,
HAT3 5c CA.1FS.
And nil (flier articles to bo found in a
firHt class dry goods and clothing establish
Wo cull especial ntlentlon to our lurgo
assortment of dress goods, shawls und
clonks, which department 1' complete In
all its details. Ourfctockof
is the largest in tho city, nnd wo aro en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
In Gcntlcmcns' Clothing, Hoots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, und furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all do
mauds nt prices defying competition. Am
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy
whero goods aro cheapest and best
wo cordially invite tho public
to cnll and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tho cast
side of Eighth streot, between Washington
und Commercial nvonuos.
Blum & Amson.
IlEOlHiAlt CAIKO, PAHUOAH KVA.NS
VIIjLE HKMI-WKKKIjY U. S.
The Fast ami Elegant I'niMf nger Btitnci
Jack Oiiammrh, Master.
Ed, Tiiomah, Clerk.
JOT Leaves Cairo for Puduruli anil Kvnni
vlilo, every Thursday and .Sunday evening,
ntl) o'clock, ronncrtliij; at Kvfliilllu with
the Louisville and Cincinnati puekcts. For
fulfill or jiiinpuu nmuy 10
u ami.m imios rn.enger An '.
ItEOULAU CAIKO. PAMJCAII .V IIVA.NS
VIIXK HKMI-WEKKLY PACKET.
Tho flno Passenger Packet
HEN. IIOWAKD .Mu.f.t
Nkui.ky Kuii clerk
rSTLeuvoK Cairo fur Padllcali niiil'llvans.
llie every Tuesday and Friday ou'iiing at (I
o'clock. Tor freight or patagu uipfy on
uuaiu ui i
Jamks llldils. Pann'inror Ait'l.
hTOVKH. TIJS'VVAKt:, KI f,
WK GUARANTKK THAT
Who has ever had one of tho
CELEB EATE 3D
WILL .MOST CIIELUITLLV JUX'OM
.MEND IT A-s THE .MOST
THEY HAVE EVEIt I'SHIi.
AJJAI'TKI) TO ALL LOCAL ITIKS
E V B Ii Y Iv INI) O V F V K I.
EXCELSIOH MAN UFO COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. IIHXDKKSON,
A. JI A Ii U V, Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
'I'm anil llullow Ware, CntliH WrinK Tulle
War, Coal Hoil., Kirs Bliuveln, Air (ialns.
TIN ZINC, COl'PEK AND SHEE'l
No. 166 Washinton-avenuo
SWItoonnir, OutteruiK, anil all kinds cf)i
WVT IIDNHHI Hlioilrkt riOlICK
HOOT AM mioi; NTO nr..
HARDY & G REEN WOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., near Atheneum.
Keep nn hand a nood atsnrtinrnt of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' HOOTS AND SHOES.
And Missos' and Children's Gait km and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
KEOULAIt CAIKO AND EVANSVII ,1.1-i
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
Tho lino low pre-uro Pa-enger Paean
W. II. PENNINGTON....
JQrLeavea Cairo eery Wcilncmlav uml
Saturday uvi-iiliur at 11 o'clock, lor Piu'lu 'ill
utni r.vanviue. ror liellil or p:iage u-
in j on nuani or 10
.IA.MKS IlHHIH, Paelu;or Ac I
CAIRO AND l'AI)U('AU
MAIL IIO AT.
Tim aplrmllil sluuui-r
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leavo Cairo DAILY, (Sunday uxrepjcil), at
t imii. ror i rciiii ora-sat;tullvoii ooan
or to ,Ia. MaLLOUV, .L't.
THK NKW YORK
SAFE, SURE AND STEADFAST.
A JOURNAL FOR ALL TRUE RKPUIILI.
CANS, FOR ALL TRUE LI1IERALS,
AND ALL TKI'K DEMOCRATS.
Tho New York Evening Pot, edited by
William Clilleii lirvimt and Parkn nmluln
assisted hv the strongest talent Hint ran lie
oiiKiiKeil, ban for moro Hum half a century
maintained fists same principle of Freedom
and Prorrcs, through n changes of parties
It stands n,r EniialRlKhtsi for tho Dlstri
tuition or Power: for the ecctirlly orihe glo
rious results ol' emancipation and Enfran-ehl-eini'iit
won by the war; and ror all
It Ii oip(icd to injustice and spoliation
iINjtiiImmI under tho name or protection;
and to nil .iiinipt party combinations which
saerllice principle to mere siicces.
ii win Mippoii urant nun wil-on because
It bellevcH that under them the kooii nt
will ho more stable, und tho rhaliees for
prioress und refoini more certain, than un
der any alliance of Incompatible elements.
Tho Eu'iiliu: Post U eipial to any other
as a newspaper, and Is complete In Its Polit
ical, Its Literary, Its .Scientific, Its Agricul
tural, and lis Commercial Department-.
TERMS OF SUiwCKIPTION.
OA I Hi. AND MOUND CITY
nti:a."i Tf cj.
Will mukn I tire trips lUily.
JI.KAVIXO CAIKO I LKAV'li MOU.Ntl CITY
At 7 .... a.m. I At H:.'W a.m.
At It a. in At I'M p.m.
At l:.T0 .n.in. At 0 .n.m.
Fare each wuy, 'M cents; 10 tickets lor
hi, III land, wiien nulled, at any gooi:
Intermediate lauding ror pas.-cngcr oi
S. II. Morris,
II. II. Catulcc
No. I'u Ii. aoil II. . linn
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Assets J.Ml.MI 47
NOKT1I AMKltICA, J'A,,
Asset ..:',7-3,Oii0 00
Assols J V,4 1,21(1 72
Aaseti . !l,7il,U6 K
INTEItNATIUNAL. N. Y
Assets 5I,S.VJ,rS 17
Asiets t-M 5,1,1.! u
Asiet IM,27S 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, JIO.,
Asstl (Mn, OUU t
CONNECTICUT JIUTUA I.. I.IKE,
Al'DCt JylOKil.il (
TRAVELERS', ilAUTFOUO, LIKE A.VI)
Aiaefa t,!,J"O.0" "0
ItAIL'A'AT 1'AH.SE.VOEIM A-KURANCK
Vssets f Vio.ooo 00
A -l is 03i,BiV.' 00
fc'A I'l-'ORU, MORRIS k UANDKK,
71 Ohio I.cvr,
Cltr National Ilank, CtfRO. ILL.
HIKFX AMI I.IUOdltM.
wiHiLmAi.r. ami Kr.rtli. nciura in
WINKS AND LIQUORS-
And proprietor of nc'" and spendld
No.Ti'i Ohio Lkvuk,
CAIKO, - . . ILLINOIS,
Keeps constantly on hand tho choicest ol
lues und Liipiors, whleli ho will sell ut the
very lowest figures. Cull und examine,
It. SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO I. k v K K
Alto, keep vaustantly nn hand a moat com
Pleta stock of
BCOTCK AMD IKIBn WIIIBKIK8
-Q IN H,
Port, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba Y ine
RUMYTII A CO. aeluielUBlviily for cash, to
, which fact they inflte the esnwjlal atten
linn f nln hnryaln hiiynrs.
V.li 'Vi 'iWX i' oy I AKinls antii
'7,IW I V yrZ1 All oI.skh nl Morklnn V
p.f.flthi r spi, youiiK or oM, mnk rnnie inonry
nl worH fir Us In llielr spare moinenls or nil, the
t'irie, thaq at anything else., I'aitlcnlaia free.
.Vililreit O, ritlusuu i Co., I'ortluntl, Mams.
Single Cony ono year if 1 U
l-'lv ii Copies ono year 7 ik
Ten copies one your VI ft
Twenty copies ono j car '.'U (ji
shmlo copy one year
Fivo copies one year
i en copies une vcar.
Tlio-o Mili-crlMnt,' now for one year will
receive the paper until .lutiiiury 1, l71.
Or wc will send tho following ierlodli:al
lo siili-crlhep". In connection wills tlio live
nlh INi-t, ut the prices liai I:
Evening Pot. I
Harper s w ceKiy
Harper's lla.ar .. .
Our Youn;,' Folk- . ,
Old and New ,
The Galaxy . ..
Hearth und Home . . ,
Llttell's Living As;
ood's lldii-cli'il .Vlag:
llonie .loin nal
. . I .VI Ii IS)
,v) r, mi
. oi i: U)
... i (s r. w
... :t (i 4 mi
... t .'ill 11 INI
... t :) n ini
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... : .VI ri nn
. .. 'j rsi i ini
. :i 7,"i r. -r.
. . s Ml 11 ."SI
. 4 rsi n on
lllll 'i INI .: ."Nl
:: ,n) r ini
. :i :o r.
THY IT I TRY IT'
For twenty-live cents we will send the
Weekly KVciiIiik Po't lor two iiioiilh or lor
fitly cents we will send the ftelnl-Wceklv
Evening Pot lor the same time.
Addrcs W.M. (
II Mill ny lo ic Nl. I.oiiU lor
H. D. MANN & CO.,
121 N FofUTII S RE T,
NT, I.OI'IN, MISSOl'ltl.
Wo call attention to the bargains vvu now
oiler to nil In want of
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
Ulaek Alpaca-. W) cents; lii-t what other
holl-es ask .' cents for, all Ulaek (loods in
Wnm-titta l-l ltteached Cottons, 17 cent-.
11111-4-1 ' " 14
Fruit ol the Loom 4-1 l.I "
And all other COTTONjs in samo propor
tion lleailtlfill All Wool Plaid-, .V) cent,.
All Wool l.'umrc-s Cloth, ,V) cent-; all colors.
'I'll jse nood- are worth 7.' cents.
Flno French Merino., tl.mi; cannot he
Imiiirht el-ewhero for le-s than ?L2."i and
Pure Linen Hem .Stllched llandcrchle-.
f l.riOund .'I.(N)i:r doen.
Napkin-, all Linen, if l.N) per doen, and all
prices up to 20 per dozen.
I'alile Linen, Y laiineN, Cas-imcre-, for
Men and Itovs wear. Hosiery, Laces, Em
broideries, Shawl-, .Scarf-, Cloak, Illankets,
nnd Ladle- underwear, at nil price- to cm
respond with the above price-. Our aim I
to build up a lar'o bii-lue by dealing hon
orably with all. sclllii); ijooif good- at low
priee. We keep no auction pood or trash
of any kind, and uny article ordered from li
mit proving ati-faclory can be returned at
our expen-e anil the money will bereliinded.
We have but
for nil. and Ktiurantoo llint to he a low one.
.-end for sample- of any good-, if not able lo
call, und we will send iheiu chccrlullv,
II. I). MANNA CO.."
in.17d.Vwlm. St. Louis, Mn.
Mr. It. Jones on Commer
cial iiYcnuc, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Hoots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till all
orders on the shortest notice,
lie guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns aro
of tho 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. HUM :i.n.
UYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Bost
three and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Bost Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Toa,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.