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D II Y JOHJf It. 01IKRLT & CO. '
AltKKLL, ASSOCIATE KDITOB.
. .. a a as !... a-A itr Tlmn
is now leave ns follows:,
vrfnt..,i So'clooK a.m.
......... aiu - fjii.
wi nt .i ......... 2 u cloeK a.m.
" -m " r1".
,.-li50 o'clock .m.
4:1 " pm.
S:iO " p.tn
. . i .... i .1
Juuc 1G d&Wlw
oqulrlng the services of a Hrt
st, should cull at the rooms of
, over the store of Mesirn. J5l
horn & Co. JlOlw
I. Hulhiitty, of Cairo, li pre-
B rO 1 I1UIIC nuuwui jjiuiui; ii....
. - i - -- 1 . 1 1 ...a... ..f i..ri a
ica nuu tusiiv ihhii ui j.u.wi.v,
a Frrnclr publishing bou'o t
V free from dirt and gum.
fur llu I'uiirth w.rl.
nt Inn I.. Itonl
r hiiiiiii v i ww s a anj n. uuif
tiu mriipr of lfllh mid Pooiar.
... i.. .... r.,.. lit, ..it ' !. 'Mthne'
ill iiiiit i in mi iiiiii:it is I v . i v
ill be a sacred concert given at,
all on Sunday, the 20th lust.,
es Wlttlg, flcnr., his grand-
.mi anil u n 11 iti lynuui. a -iiin.
I 1 I .. .!... fir. M.Hlu
U9M 1108 COIlt'tTia IttU.fcJttUU'
U U U J w 1 l is awa
. . n
I - Ua I.
zirornni. nt 1110 uouri xionsc.
y orders for salo ot the ruling
ates. He can furnish any
out llve'to n thousand dollars.
hereby notified to meet at
Ino home this evening, a B
v order or noaru directors.
Jos. M- Vkiuum, Seoy.
, wl-dnciday ovoulng, was on
id not Seventh street. It was
n eoal that rolled from the
nit; inu mi-i.-iii.ti ui iiiv oiiuiau
imp. A hole waihurned In the
. i . . .
'onio other damage Inflicted
total, nowever, being qui to
trM"mri tnn4t nnnrovmi.
Attenlla Mr Ualsbts.
lar conclavo of Cairo com
. n tf..lt.. r4AM,.1nt- III lk
II? IlVIUIll III fcHU VUJ w
t. t i - i T....icil. i crn
i ri'inv iviiiiiiu. j ti lit; iolu iauj.
Itod to attend.
J as. 8 Brakdkk,
Recorder, pro teiu.
lir 4oii-rrt Un MtfUt.
neertby tho Wlttlg family, nt
'linrlo hotel, last niorht. dror
. it ii t. 1 1 i-
cr ri f r. ciriitfr. uin uiinuiiiu ibu
"Sounds from Home," by Mr.
Ig, on the violin, and tbft' Me
little Miss Kmma, on the same
. . . A. .
encores. The audience was
- . i jt . . i j
.i - I. i. -i. i
maelveM declare that they have
l at. miii.Im uarl In rftalA
1 1 1 1 IT LUUB1U DUIIIMDGM WWa W
spread at the corner of Tenth
. a . ai m l a. i
bib H.w7ima u a km
aviiuoa, vast s ii is, win bo
nitea. m me suow in one ok um
i a a a .i. m ai
nrl mAif nnmnlntA nrarttnlvAflAnii
features belonging to no ether
mam. i;iiHrifrvi novna nmiirr.
. M I , .
it is the beat Hhow, and tho
now extant; and innso wno
oyen uo uut quoacion nis auujty
just that kind of a combination.
uive iiuu ruuif.er,"
onnann mmsina wiirn iiriuuiir iw
iiIm UhannaoBV va.Io.i1am
. . w, . J
nitnr wnrii rnviiiLiiiir nnvnnn iia
o. auuv tainy ueiugeu iuo noor
lit. . . mi 1 a
iliiv. i ii n nra i i ra nnm i.iima
under the naraeof MolileHUBtif.
i 1 1 1 n 1 1 1' wMimay. iviwian lBtmaa wn
i i . .
learn, was aided and encouraged
Funny Hopkins, ouo of Jhe moat
tefomalcs in tho country.
cuho uaci oeenaheard. JtolHe
had been fined $5 and trlmminsa
u owuuu o in mo nrenicratioii or
ttlmus when Mollie pouhee'd Ilfst
I'unnie Hopkins and thon unon
usueuior, auu iiau mere not been
t I.. . . .
w .uuiu TVUU1IA f 1 M V .
rather expensive tearlnirljf dra.'
irhv i u u ii nnu mere, nnc sole neiu
- i mv.iiwiii vm n'
anu, for a moment;, matters looked
linn nu IP It w. .1 t
iii.v ill luirn ir MiinM.i.. m
as escorted to Jail, as angry acres
sever entered tho portals of that
pnocr:i:i)ifjN op the sk-
H 1 (Staled xieoliinf,,- - 'nr
'Cilr'o linndlf.'Juno 181h(18CO.
rrcsont Mayrtr' Oberly.'f and 'corihcli-
men Barclay, Martin, Beardon and Wil
liamson 4. .... ,j
On motion of councilman Barclay, tho
reading of . tho Inst stated Vnd Interven
ing meetings was dlfponsed with. ' 1
UOiiricllmtfu JorgciiHcn nppeared and
took Ills seat.' " ;v- J !
'fho coiumitteo on claims to whom was
referred tho following bill reported the
same, back with the recommendation
that tho bills bo allowed, and on motion
the report was concurred, in and tho bills
allowed by tho following vote, ylz;
Ayesj Barclay, J.orgenseu, Martin, Bear
demand WHjla'mson 5. Naya, none.
Hill of W. M, WiJHimi, for liimtjer fufnlhoU,
tlio city in (1m tnohtlm of April nd May.... ..(174 34
Of IlnrcUy Itrothnra for modicine fqmlibetl to
nriionrrajn j.tli arnountiiijt to
Or FViiwitait, for lime, .mounting tcu..... t uo
Of N. l.lnlon, for Ic m.....-, C Ci
Of Jam I'oweM.for rcixtirinj; tool, effl 'I a5
Of P.trlck O'l.ntislilln for removing cairlon.,, 2 UOv
Tho commltteu on ordlnunces reported
an ordinance entitled ''an ordinauco .lu
relation to incut shopa," which was read
ntlongth by the clerk, and laid oyer un
der tho rule,.
Tho committee on ordinances aUo re
ported nn. ordinauco entitled "an ordi
daqco in rcintlou to tho salary of tho
city marshal," which was read at length
by the cleric, and laid over under the rule.
Tho commlttco on ordinances further
reported tho following resolutions:
Kesolved by the select council, the
board of aldermon concurring herein.
That tho committee on markets bo and
they are hereby authorized to procure a
Fairbanks platform scale aud. place the
aamoju the street at the north end of tho
present market house, provided the cost
of the same shall not exceed ,four hun
Besolved, that the name eommlttpn-bn
'aluo authorizes tohavetheclsterns.atthe
uuuau vicBiieu, aim inree gas
lights placed in tho market house, one
at eack end and one in the middle of
aald house, and that said commltteu re
port to the council the estimated cost In
detail of such repairs us In their .opinion
should be made on 'said market house.'
' Councilman Barclay moved to amend
by atrlktnfbu? tho words: "in thestreet
at'tlie north'tnd of the market house."
On motlouof Councilman Itearden the
resolution was adopted us amended
Councilman O'Calllhan appeared and
took his seat.
The special committee to whom whs
referred the subject of the ouclosuro of
at. Mary's I'ark, at a Joint session of the
city council, reported as follows:
wiro, ill,. June in, lie)
The Special COtnmittrm tn Wtinm on
rererreu, on mo -Jin lust., by tho city
council, convened In joint session, tho
auujec. ui enclosing anu improving nt,
Mary's park; respectlully report.
That upon exam nation tiiuv flrwl anlil
pork N 1,160 feet In lenirth ami 4T.fl fi
,wJdu,ronlaluliK about 12 acres, and that
io eucioNo i. win require a,-io iioc.i
feet of fencing. To construct a plain
deket fence, of this lentrth. six feet In
hlKhth. of dressed lumber, will reoulre
as follows, viz:
41 rtvlar pott, at 60 iiU,.....f...J,.M . S 00
3,7toft uf Uwe boinl (cyprftsj . It2ei
6,040 feet of rails, oak, at 10.........., sol to
t,Oi ickrU, lrnel, tTO per in. . 4U 00
4 k.g. nail?, at C4 w!...'JJ.....KX....C.-.. S4 00
n'Bm(iaioi noirt nv locn,,.. 41 00
duiiuiiis imco, crpe nirri ucrnn jer llDi-ai
!' 4iWii.rt.l....inw. IW W
Total C0t... ...
Your cominHtee aro of tho oninlon that
f00 would embellish uad otherwise Im
prove the park 1b such a manner as to
render It a pleasant resort for citizens.
They they therefore reoomajend, that an
approprlatl6u"of2,600 be aaade to fsaoe
ana eraoeiutn said park, aa featawlw
revert artsolutioa authorlakw theexeel
dlture of that amount fur the purpoM
TJarvl t. a it V. it.. ..Mt1
board of aldermen concurring herein,
tkat peclal commute consisting of.
wmw va vuwiu MUU VUD VtVlftOUl SM
be appointed bv the mayor, n and tber
are hereby aatfccrlzed.to hay 8t Mary's
rarxrencea witu. a plain Ticket' fence," 8
feet In height, of draued lumber, and
otherwise embellished, provided tber e-l
pense 01 me same snail not exceeu row,
ana mat aaia committee mavtelUier
bavosald work dona bv contract or
othorwlso as they, may deeai expedient.
CouBcllaaaB Barclay 'moved to amend
byttrlklag out tke words: "of draaaett
On motion of Councilman Kearden the'
report waa rtoelved and theresolutioq as
aaaesdad waa adopted. ''" r
Councilman Rearden, from the special
committee appointed to receive Ilia Illi
nois Preaa Association, made a verbal
report, stating the "deficiency In the
amount of funds tieoessary to defray ex
penses to be flOS scrip; and submitted
wnereas, a aencicncy ex sts Iftle an?)
jirujJiiunuu iuiuc iiiu uiiy uciuilCll lor
entertaining tllVDress Asiaelatioa of III
iibois in April last, be lt
jResplvedby the select council, tho
board of "aldermen .. concurring, thatan
appropriation of jmo hundroa and'-flve
uuimiatu pviijj wtu 15 usreuy msuB S
payment tn full of such expense.
On raotlou of Couuclliuan Barclay the
report was received and the resolution
adopted by; the rbllowlag vote:
i Yeas Barclay,! JoVgensen, Martin.
O'Callahani Rearden andr ' Vllliam--
OB. 8 .J
' Councllm'an Barclay made tho follow-.
matf JdrgeVdeh.Vas received, ad the
resolution adopted: ' ,
, -a Tlie-underslgned to wbomwa referred
as a special couiulltteei'the netltlon ak
ing aid from the city for the compIettoh,J
or tue wairo niaauviHeTurnpKej,waa,
ben leave to makeithe followlnar renort:
lued into the condition of said road and
fliul that It renulres an additional nuilav
efmttMMO0 Inpcrlp to complete the
to theiieart'ror a rich and productive
country, hitherto beyond our reach, Tho
Interests and Inclinations of the people
of that district are all in lavor of Cairo as
a market, but the want of a good road
together with tho solicitations and Induce
raents boldkrtit by.i rlyul. city .haveun til
recently deprived' ds of any portion of
V i .
nents to be derived from their
. a -
Tho nortlonlof road to be crtninlcted Ir
from tho river banki itoithe foot of the
hlllt about onn mile In distance, and un
til this Is comn!oto:thoholft outlav from
BlKndvillo(t6 tho foot of the hill la to a
great extent usbIcrs, during the most Im
portant season or tno yenr, for tno uenv
eryo tho products or that section. .In
this spaco of one mile there Is a now-
brideo to bo constructed, which wo un
derstand tho county court of Ballard
county has ordered.
Tho moncvcxncndcd on llite road so
far, has been raised by individual contri
butions among the citizens or JJuiiuru
County and of this city without tlio ex
pectation or npy otlicr return for tneir
motioy than tho great and goueral bene
fits to bo derived from such improve
tn en La,
TEach and every citizen of Cairo la iu-
terOsted 'in this matter, as In our opinion,
tlio greater tiie.Tucllltles. for reaching our
markets with produce, In the situo ratio
will tho expense of what wo cotiMimo bo
reduced. We would therefore rosoui
mend tho adoption of the following res
olution. Resolved, that tho ordinance commlttco
authorizing Tin anpronriatlon f nmj
tliousanu uoliars lor tno completion in
tlio Cairo t Blandvlllo Turnpike Rotfd.
jieHpeuiiuiiy Buumivicii, ,
P. V. BAHrtAY,
Jon W- McKjje,
Cairo, Juno 10, 1865.
A notice ntil an nftldavlt, nccom
palned with a petition, was presented
and read by tho clerk from B. Bhanneesy
in relation to a city order which was
stoles from his room on the 6th Inst. and.
asking that a duplicate for said order bo
issued to him; and on motion of coun
cilman Barclay tho matter was referred
to tho.city attorney, with tho request
jthatjid Topprtjrnmedlately. f
The bill of Michael Barabrick for ins
salary as city marshal for tho month of
May. amounting to loO was presented
and 'oh motloa allowed by the following
Ayes Barclay. Jorgonseu. Martin
The bill of William Jfartln for lumber
furnished the, city amounting to (49,44
was referred to tho committee on claims
under the rule.
The following bills having passed the
board of aldermen, and been referred to
'the select council for concurrence, wore
concurred la by the following voto viz:
- A vi Barclay. JorRenesn. Martin,
O'Callahan. Hoardenand Williamson 0.
Hill of 0. D. WlllUmion, for nndrir, , Kl 00
Of O. D Wlltiftm-'W. hn 1 Mht-IUnruw, ew.
Of . V. W(
lMlitnii(7n fur tundnr. r(C.
Of U.H. Ilrrll for tntircir fur tho city J. l-
Of W. M l?t1UKii torou loeu iutduuim ui.
nr J. l'owcr. for pointlnt three plk-
Of Iim.a lliuihea for liaollDE...-..
Of Vhomaa Walder for haulin-
VI inwiTui-i . o .a. rn
irteU..M.... -" lul .1
r rr I . W - I . . n fr r ) I . M 1 ! I " H .1 trOfW On Ihfl
Sf ffir 5K WorcnK "
' c.lra Kicnlor'llulUUn' to Uoccmlxi 21. UG9 ii S3
Of Vincent for lime. . - -... W
Of Tbomaa WiUonforlutnlr ........... 10 Ml
Of at ar, iuilln$n, lor nurtini iman-poa p.-
tlf Otl..... o w
Of Orac Thornton tor nunlog tmall-poi pa.
.llallJ.UMM&.llM.MM..ltI.MWl.HI..H.Mtl(.wl.M... 8 00
OfJoierh McKentJei for rent of offlco three
ai, rrcUterlac toU, hoMing election-.'. U CO
Of the Cairo City Oaa Co. for gas 1M M
Of A. Cala for salary an uiaikut lataler.-... 00 09
Of Thomaii WUon for Uie pild on lot 15,
Mock 1, In tuemty, ueionjing w m i. u. n.
U.. amotiDtlnif to............. -.. o
Of William J, jVaJton for Judgment obtained
Of Win. McHal.fbrdlfilnf prleonen-...
aeainii inn cut-.,.- .
i ' . laconelo'k fUrsithed forth
f Vf m. McHale pr working th. chain gang on
us. ir. -..- -
nr lilch.rl Mahon for work on afreet
Of H: Willlaraion for wotf .a ldewalk.....
Of Tkau N a. galas' for work dono on tide-
Of ttiotMa rittgerald for work don. on aide-
Of Thaua BW.y for week don. on aKewalk
Of Edwar Shannen f for ttirt daya salary at
V iBTAlttH OfW0wfteilM4e"M"M,eMHMH4tMM
Of John BhMhaa for thre. day. w.rk on the
ltr.Cta ....... .. ,.MMM...,.MlMM.t,.,,......MM.
At u ihunMii 4mr od. month', aalary a
compUoller 60 oo
lletw-'ebnitaMaa (for tb. month of May,
niand aa cut ireaiurtr-. . iw uw
amounting i o . -.
Of William Callahan far work dons on street!... 44 0
Of JohnDttlonr A " " " J 1 !
OfJohnUnc1 t 4iM
Of Daniel fiuUlraa " " "
Of JoSa.Bhee hxn, foreman M 74 So
Of John Sheehan for oummlailon on collection
atrr.1 taxt..M 73 60
Of John II. Oberly for apeam to the New
.Orlaa;CBien;lJ OonTenllon.. meo
Bill o, Patrick Walder, amounting to
$ir M, rof 'removing carrion, having
aaiied the board of aldermen, and been
referred ii ttiVieiect council for concur,
rence, was, oV motloa, referred to the
committee on clal
Tke faHewlng Joint resolution having
p4tated'the board of aldermen, and bees
referre'd to tlie select council for concur
rence, waa preserited And read:
Resolved, By the board of aldermen,
the select couacll concurring, that the
mayor appoint a committee of three,' .to,
negotiate for the purchase or the lot, on
which the olfy Jail is located, from tho
Irustees of the Cairo city property.
Pending the consideration of the reso
lution, ba motlonjof councilman Barclay;
ith.a council adjojirned. n -
. a Patwiok MocKLiR(tCiiy Clcrk f
Dr. Austin, surgeondehtlst', extracta
teeth -without ialn, ahUMri he InserIpn
oi new tqeiu, singly or m sefia, giytw wv
most oomplrU 'satisfaction, ,-BooHaa,i
Commercial enlie, between Eighth and:
Ninth streets. - JlOlw
"Barrett's" la highly perfume.,- j .
M.Uk)ra e BcllVhUwl verir.
The celebrated Salter's, KUaalngeu and
lioulsville Arfi'Hlkn waters are kept on
draught; at the' CltyDrUfc'Store; Com-
laierolalaveBDe, between Sixth and Bey.
-ntKfcriWtar ( Jel5tf
- 4lBarrett'a"-satl lea everybody.
Save your irvejs and property. A.
Fraser is agent for the copper scroll light
nlutf rod company and will fill all orders
'predijKlyU 'Call a once and have them
put on your buildings. This Is the best
and safest rod now made. Shop on Com
mercial avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth stroet. . apl24d8m
nf r. UnrVl.r 4of aAlirr aa c IT Klerk
W .aMa P. Lyoni for maur ai city
or John ii
Clone of the Pnll a Krlim.
The public ichd juCalro'olqw.'p
terday, for a.yaca'tIon of ten weeltH." In
tliejijgh school depurtment the' cldnlng
exercises wero qiilte interesting, cdusist
iug of readings, declamation and singing,,
and were witnessed by a largo number of
tho friends and patrpiis. Tho following
Is tho programme:
Hotlg of tin morning ..i ...HjfthPcliDol.
Patriotic Triumpli, jifcliiniiitl6ii,, Jlonj. llntpjy.
aitibtVitl'tnyvi. kicUvtiuii, (. Annie Yucuin,
Mndman'iilAiyflloclamalloi .........-.l'. l'urocll.
Italy, .. W. Chrlmniuii
Phocb'j llrown, rrciUtlon, ....X.,t..,.rlcnnlu. I'owiW.
llnttlo Cry, de:lamntlon, M. llowley.
Ar.iciml nt HprlogllPld, reading, Muttlo Warwlok.
.i.....7..r...:...Jf nnlo I'OM-era
Concert I'jjAdlne, M. ,'..J-:il.n Walbrldge.
V...K ,Clnm IIarrll.
' ' BedniAn
, , ..-.".Lliilc MoKeal.
Launching; of tlie rililp, ri'iidinj'Lticrttlt'WBlljrldgc.
llyiioclioudriaqil, rwlUtlot1,,.,. Henry Vlnrrnt
Tlio Lost nirtftfVuudlng A..: Ida Harrrell.
Tho Wlno Cui, rtc:Uniatlon,i-..S. . .llarman lllack.
It van ugrccd on all sides that the
young masters and jalsscs iiot'bnlync-"
quitted themselves creditably in their'
rendltKH itrfd recitations, bilt during the'
exumlnatloVthat preceded It. Tho Hiieti-
tauTrs worcoll entertained, and wcro
more than pleased ot tho "promise'' of
! I t I . - ... 1 1. .
in o girm mm uuyn niiu nro aiiun ui tuitu
(Atfr plades on.tho stugo of Ufo.
The public school of Cairo is an objeot
of prldo among the pcoplo, and tak
rank amonrr tlio bestlu the Statu of,
A Npleudld Beef.
Keohler t;Co., of the Fourth, Ward
market, will kill-this evening and have
on salo in market in tho morning one of
tho fattest beoves over slaughtered, in
Cairo. The animal Is In magnificent
condition, and wo advlso every person
who wishes a piccoof tho choicest beef
offered in Cairo during the year, to call
in the morning on Keohler cVCo., cdrncr
10th and Poplar. It.
Mr. AicKimm, Commercial avenue,!
between Nineteenth and Twentieth
streets, has established himself in the
bakery business, aba advertises) bis ami.
Ity to furnish cakes and confection at
prices, below the ruling market rates.
Ho "openly and above board" asserts
that his Is the cheapest establishment of
the kind in tho city. Orders for cakes
confections for partlew, receive prompt
and satisfactory attention. See his card,
Notice of the election to be held on the
19th day of July, to determine whether
Cairo shall become a subscriber of $100,
000 to tho capital stock of the Cairo A
Fulton railroad company, appears In
another column. In due season we shall
discuss this proposition fully.
Tho Sunflower Billiard Saloon, on Ohio
Levee. Is furnished with the latest styles
, of .tables, aud tho bar supplied with tho
most excellent liquors. Freo lunch is
spread oyoryoay at va.-wrnivi -p.
Tho highest prices obtained durlng'tho
tobaacoo sales yesterday, waa byA.S.'
Taylor, esq., of Blandvllle, Ivy,
If you want a good stove, or tinware
hollow-waro, copper or sheet-Iron ware,
tin .roof, gutter, or anything in that llnef
call on A. Fraier, Commercial avenue,
beteen Eloventh and Twelfth street,
where he has moved to, aud fitted up the"
largest and most complete shop in
Particular atteatlon given to fiieain
boat and mill work, copper smithing
and sheet Iron work, such as chimneys,
breecher escaping steam-pipes, etc.
"Barrett's" Infallible Hair Raatoratlve
Wotico hereby glren, that sealed proaotai
r rtc.lTeti at roy omc. until ix o ciock in.
th. 8Ut dar of Jone. 1M9. for wldenlmraud .x-
tending that portion of tho Cairo and Jonetboro road
Knuvn mm uiw rpntiuw, mm ivmvwii tu-wiu .
!omm.neln.atth. uMMr.end of aald Pott. road.
aad laying whTto or bar oak rails, at least four incbe.
square, eft ht fet lonu and square at one end; said
rails to b laid crosawlaa, la lUhlform'niannor, tba
h of aald. road, on the east slda of s
road the square end. to be fitted closely up to tho
the rails laid by rarkor & ncuices on salt!
rails now an said road.
earth sis Inches in the center, sloping crivlually to
cm run u w covert"! wuii
taraaiae&estbMKaa euneraiae. incwn
ilher aide, the whsln work to
bo done in a rood, workmanlike manner, and to con-
eirnaaa near as posstuje to the road built by said Pur
er Hodge.. To be completed by the first day of
bentember, 16. -
Tarties bidding on said road win Md enacuh UjIs,
Tho court will rcserre tho right to reject all bids.
My order of lb. county court.
JAACOli O. LTN01I, County OciV.
Juaa 17. 1MMI4
(Commercial arenue between Ninth an4 Tenth streets,
jftj budding) foA-mefly occuplod by A. O'Donnrll,)
Maaufactures and deals in
Hair al Millinery msA. ,
Kccp. a splendid rarie'ty of every kind of Hair, an
andManuractureson short notlcm . s
Oeirt'a.Kwiteh Watch CluarUs, Eur Ml hits.
Bracelets .sselHlr Jewelry Ursiaralay.
Ladies raav hara ltd combiost of their liklr manu-
fantured In any style desired. . f i
A floe lot of Millinery uoous aisoon nana, janauu
AIRO AND PADTJOAE
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TWllght draught passenger Steamer
WMf - WHITK,
H.T. NORTllEKN..,w.i Master,
nMrs J e.eee.eeseeesest...ete.esess
WlUmake regular DAIIiT TUUU between Cairo and.
Iadacah,'leav Ibk Cairo everyi OTeulng.(Sunday'ex-'
cepted) at Ave o'clock. '
rke WhIU eopoaets al Taducah wi tho New Orlf Biis
nil Ohlorailros.d,ad (he Cumberland and Tcnuesjoe
rlvfr Daokoty. ..'!. ' '
For freight orpsg apnlv on board, or to
AlaB23dti Cairo, Illinois.
ICHOLAS FJEIXH, ; .. v
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Keeps on bandf the celebrated Crane ii aresds and
Raymond meUllie burial cases.
Also, black vslret, walaut or stained cottot made (a
order, at r.y low prices.
Mr, Keith performs Me own work, being a praotloat
coffin maker, aad Is therefor akle to sell cheaper that
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