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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
fV. X7V. PYATT CO,,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
BalUtia Bulldlmr, Cor. Twelfth Stre
and Waafainvton Avraut,
recount? and RellroadWork Specialty
men Hours F"roDi 7:30 a.m. (o 6:30
p.m.; Sunday from 7to9a.ru. Money
Order 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
0&, SvOlatlix SBvAldlxxr. Comae VmlMi Bt rri?Mmrtoii UL
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Than ever tor CASH. '
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 2, 1877.
tu. I r a.m. r u
I V, I Illinois Central ull( 8:00 I 2:08
jti:uif Ilir. I
10:30 t MiM. Ontral K It 3.00
10:00 (Cairo A vlnrennesi S:00
Kit lh.il V (
l0:U0t Cairo, Arkansas.) lOO
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0:00 i Ohle llm lloute i On
lally HC'I ftlnmlay
Miss. Itiver ItoMte
L'p, Bun. Tu. Frl.
Ihekee Kout 6:00
rrMay a Hat unlay i
U. W. IIcKbaio, P. M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R.
TKAWH ULAVB CA1HO
.11 :-' . m . Duly,
.......... I:U p. ra
4.-00 a. iu...Eivit 8unlay.
4:i p in...
Freight at ...
Mall at -
P. x press .at.
ABBIVB A CAIRO
2:20a. m Illy.
IM.i p. ti...Eioept Sunday.
mm 7:'" p. m... " BuD'lay.
..U W la . Sunday.
JAMES JOHNSON. Agent.
1 ST. L0UISJR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
I JJ.reM leave Cairn dailv !:On p. rn.
hxprt arrive at Cairo daily 4 a. in.
Aci-nmiiuxlatlnn leave Cairo ilaily 2:H0e. in.
Awimruodalioa arrives daily (except
furvlnTl ....11:00 a. m
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R.
Wo Have Come to Stay!"
rHK train of thii company (yinnwt at St.
Louis end Last M. Loum, with all otlicr
Hum tu tli Jkartti, tml and Hnt.
Arrive att. Loui..
... !:" a ra.
... . p m.
Leave East St Loui . 4J a m.
Amv at Caire ......... ........... Vwp.m.
J. L. HINT KLET, General Superintendent.
J. A. WENTZ. General Paenger Agent.
W. II. MAIFAKLAMJ, Agent.
CAIRO & VTNCENNES R. R.
THE SMOKTEST ROUTE TO
Gvanaviut HjenanapusKs. o--'-nati
HI i.NNINd TUKOl'GH II Y DAYLlOIIT.
'1 ho Shortest and Quickest Line to
Philadelphia, Baltimore and
MiiMnp fin Connection with the "Fat
Mall' to the East.
Ikdiaxapoli Awu ckcucsati axrasa.
Leave Cairo .....
Arrival at rmi -
Arrive at V Inoeune ..
VIA ST. LOll AMD iOlTUATH
Arrive at Evaniville ..
. 6:w a. m
. VjO p m
VIA IXelAAroU AU VaCM BAlUtOAB.
Arrive at Indianapolis b 'M P- ra-
VIA OHIO A Mial4Ii'rikAlLOAD.
Arrive at North Vernon......
Amv at Cinmunatt
Imtm ClnManati -
Arrive at Vlnoenne.-.
,MVtl Vineeune ......
Arrive at Carrai-.-.
Arrive at Cairo....
F. A. 1CILLKK, H. L.
t :00 p .tu
8 .l'J "
6:80 a m.
, 1 :4S p.IU.
, . 2 A
.. s:20 a.m.
. . 4:45 p.m.
Gen' ras. Ax't
rf-Kur intonnatign relatlv t rau- ana coa-
.v-cuon. apply to L. U. t
iiai.ied in Un. of duty, f by
accident or otherwise. A
WUl'a U of any kind, th
w. nf - S'lnircr or TC or
the lo of an fcy. a Kt'F
TL'KE. if bat .light, give, a
pencion. Dise of ILoiifra
or Vnrlcoa Velo give a
...n.mn. HOL MT If
discharged for wound, injuries
r rupture, you get full boun.
m. Car Scud tamp for
copy cf Pension and Bounty
ACtS. AUurf H 111 ICHCr. Ml
U. S. Claim Agent, Indianap.
OllS. Ind. a-Oa all letters
mark P. O. iiox
w rtMint ninnn i nincwil l C 1V
Of OUIUI lim, LUUiOVla.L.a.1 IA I II
A ruUrtT Miiaaud Ui4 ci:' at
iilSat ijiki 4 tka
CHRONIC aud SEXUAL DIS
Spermatorrhea aud Xnipotobcy,
ka tl, rtwutt of Blf-fct.ue iu rouiii, m-iu1 m ma-
Itirur ysjar. or Ltir a,iwm, ul Kruaui-iutt uotvof U M-
ItKiUal i fto:ta: Nn viiaAt mA. t4c-ainl Kiuu-i". (oin.l lULaV
lin br tittfomst. Uiiuueta of Mslit, lithn tlc Mriutf. I1it
ktlliMy . finilr4uy Kvi, A vf.ru U Humir-tf of KvidmiV
( uiifui'a of iau, Im mt Heiua ) i'uvtr, Ac, ivi 4 nu
itttiliy curr.L KVPUlf TG ixjuiivt'tv cutxU kui va-
torviv i'ta from rr,tr Gouorrliea.
OLLLTi Itwklurt, Or. lulls, Roruia. tkf HuUum)?
inic aviilutJr trivt JliMtti MUhkU urjti
It waw-lf.Vld.-ul U.l pl.J i'ltt u..fiatlUUlW
tu. otruUn clsti f (II al4 inttliui ihuuaftiifJs nti
kliy, tv'HUirM tr. sl a4HI. ft )ctnni ku-.witiK ttia fawn wfuo
r udtiue-tid rMtn to itty orf, Vt'Ut-u H i lucotuiitt W
ui Lit) tor irMim-ut, MMi,oiurw flftu buMMt jjn.stul
tviul uftlr l tunilor eaorotai auivabarc.
Cure Guaranteed in all Cases
iTutu iu.i i-ia.iiHr or h Wtur fret an4 !rurU-4
rk4Arc4 rocbi i oArrwaK,ud4c -trctl cwitUalwtiUAi,
Of W0 VM". ! o .ujr l'lr.. marl; km, fur HnrV
I t niaao ny every agent
everr ruonui in me nunines we
irnlah. tmt thoiui willing to work can eaailv
earn a duz n ilollur a day riKht in their own lo
salitia. Have no room to explain here, husi
neii ultsuant and honorable. Women, boy
and girl do a well a men. We will furninu
ou a complete outot free, i n uuaineaa pay
r ihun i.nvtlilnir else. W'a will bear e
(wMeodturtingyou. Particular f. Write
ali V?.i. u and mediae lo. their son
r-7vy"i (! au claaae m need ot paying
ut te Vli0t;,,Vwritt to ua endle.ru all
a00!?. ..Now la the time
doe fti .-
Grant will be x -president lit tlilrtj
one dayf .
(joi n continues to go down. It sold
in New York on Tuemlay at 105 3-5.
Thk probabilities ore that the present
scshIoii of the state leclslaturs will be a
Mrs. Ji i.ia Ward IIowk Uctured In
Kt. Louis nilit before last. Her Kub
Jfct was, "Is polite society polite?"
J. Mamhox Vkm.s is sick In Washing
ton. Not surprising. That testimony
of I.lttletiled's and Picket's was enough
to nuke him sick.
Tuk New York senate on Tuesday re
solved, by a vote of 10 to 7, that Hayes
and Wheeler were h-gully elected presi
dent and vh-c-pre.sldent and should there
fire l.e Inaugurated.
I). I.. Downs, labs P.epublican elector
of Wisconsin, has been summoned to
Washington to answer the charge of in
eligibility. He was a pension surgeon at
the time of his election. An Ineligible
Paj -8 elector has ulo been discovered
In the peron ot .Jacob Denherder, of
Thk New York Tribunn recently said:
"The Tinted htates senate seems to be
in luck. To supplant Gen. Logan with
Judge Davis, ami to replace a man of
moderate ability like Mr. Norwood with
a man ot power like Mr. IU-n. Hill, means
a gain fur the senate in brains, if not la
Itepublican votes." That Is, the more
brains there are in the senate, the fewer
Republican votes there will be.
New Gklka.vs, Memphis and all the
cities that have heretotore celebrated
Mardi Gras in grand style, are making
equal preparations for the event this
year. New York lias caught the infection
and an effort is to be made to honor the
day there In gorgeous fashioD. Col. Wm.
St. Martins, .who organized the Mardi
Gras proee.aion In Cincinnati last year,
Is petting up a "Mystic Crewe" In New
York, and has general charge of the ar
rangcinents for the celebration.
A TitA mp-akklictkd community in Tike
county, In this state, is Indebted to the
? w.i r f,r a. native-born ueniu of
the plaoe fr.e a flan to rid the Twnnlo r.r
the "tramp nuisance. A poster en
titled a "notice of sale" has bwn liber
ally displayed throughout the neighbor
hood, aud reads as follows ;
I n ler the late law In regard to tramps,
Idle persons, etc., there will be sold at
the Iront uoor oi i. v. I"'"" n,vi,i "
Kinderhook, one single man, r.. u -
about twentytive years of age, of medium
ui? tr... tor a term ol ninety-nine work-
tki nnrrhftiier will receive a
uaj. ... . ,,,.l
warrant ol arrei wuu a. riui w v.j-.
labor by lmprimmment in tlie "ounty
....rt, t..ii.o I'roceds ol Sale to
nay Joh bturtevant damages done to his
cow, and the balance to the support of
his mother. Sale to be on February ii.
at 10 o'clock, a.m. aii cnaruauic i-
The notice is signed "by order of the
WnrVinp Men's Lniou." An imuivu.
... a.1 . It
. ... .i.Main tif tramDS is looked lor in
and about Kinderhook.
ni.i t: AHDjsr iwnT Ai
i:n a. J. Pleasanton of Philadelphia
, i,.nini a remarkable uis'
11HIUI9 III nl ... -
,.r,.-r of curative properties in uiu
buu-lit baths." a discovery tuai is
already meeting wuu some opii.'""
from the doctors and that is calculated
Mt iiuniKiion lu and out
scientilie circJes. Lat aH
Pleasanton, who weighs one
hundred aud eighty pounus.ieii jrom
his carriage and sustained a severe con
cussion. tnougn no iwum
His family physician prescribed unimeiua
. . a a.. bVvhO tnV
lor the iaiurea panb, uut ..
relief was afforded. ana in
paroxysms ot; coughing, Gen. Pleas
anton "experienced me moei, mwuac
pain lu the back part of the right lung,
which he thought had been brought into
contact with the inside of tho ribs w hen
i.e fell." The physician was again
called and he prescribed a porous plaster
tin, mingles. This also failed
IU ivuuiiu .
to alleviate the pains, and tne sunercr,
who had made some scientific discov
eries In regard to blue light, concluded
to try tho efficacy or a sun-baiu wuu
blue light. In his bath-room, he has a
window with a sotunera expire.
arranged with alternate panes ot mue
and plain transparent glass. The
patient, with his back uncovered ana
turned to the light, sat tor halt an hour
with the bluo and sun lights streaming
full upon It. The pains began to grow
lets as soon as bo had taken his position,
and at tho end ot the time statea, tney
had ceased altogether. . Toward evening
the pain ratorntJ but with .les inten
sity thau belore, and a, .comparatively
easy night wai passed. Two more
baths, the three taken la three consecu
tive day, completed a thorough. ure.
At th second Uth Gen. Pleasanton
sent for hi family physician that ho
might be a witness- of the ettfcet produced.
Id the same paper In which be
relate his own wonderful cure, Gca.
Pleasanton not the uocesa of a Phila
delphia florist lu restoring drooping ge
ranium plants to healthful vigor by plac-lno-
tklm i oia.a hmiA. the inner sur-
I-m . jaMra -
fjLe of the pane beluf partly painted a
The loglslature ot Kansa Is still ballot
I In for senator. The principal candidates
are Simmons, Harvey, Seam, Oborn and
The Connecticut house of representa
tives, on motion of a Democratic mem
ber, thanked the president for his mes
sage indorsing the electoral bill.
I he falling off In the .Swiss export of
watches to the I'nlted States thirty per
cent, in 1S73 and forty-three per cent, in
1S76 shows tho growth of American
compstition with Kuropcan manufacturer-.
A large number ot petitions were pre
sented to congress on Tuesday asking
the adoption of a sixteenth amendment
to the constitution ot the United Slates
prohibiting the states from disfranchis
ing persons on account of sex.
Capt. Jones Vaughan, ot Valley View,
Cooke county, Texas, killed 400 buffa
loes In November last. He killed sixty
live in one day. This may be called
Thiers does not like that President Mac
Mahon should be addicted to the sports
of the field. The president ct France is
not a studious man, but a soldier and a
sportsman, who takes lightly and gayly
to amusements, erjoys billiards and his
pipe with his children around him, and is
content over a game at cards with his
novel by Mary Ilealy, of Chicago,
called "Storm-Driven," has been pub
plishcd In London. One of the least con
ventional jiersonages is a Mrs. Cox,
leader of laahions at Lakevile (which the
reader wlil understand to be Chicago.)
The Spectator says the story is admirably
The Countess Howe, of London, on
Wednesday threw hcrselt from a window
of her mother's residence in Berkeley
Square and died from the injuries she re
ceived. The coroner's Jury rendered a
yerdict that the act was committed while
the lady was in an unsound state of
mind, caused by grief at the death of the
Karl Howe, her husband.
Last week the president entertained at
dinner all of the former ministers and
their wives. It was a grand affair.
Madame Freyre, Madame Moretllla, Mad
ame de Hegerman and Countess Hoyos
all wore diadems of diamonds. Madame
Moretilla wore white silk, with overdress
of a fine network caught with Dearls.
The toilette was a new importation from
This irreat International Exhibition, do-
signed to comme morale the one hundredth
anniversary or American maepenuence,
opened May 10th, and will clone November
lotn. 1870. All tne nations oi me worm
and all the states and territories of the Un
ion are participating in thin wonderful de
monHtration. brineinc together the most
comprehensive collection ct art treasures,
mechanical inventions, scientific discover-
eriea. manufacturing achievement, miner
al sneclineng, and agricultural products
ezer exhibited. The grounds devoted tu
the exhibition are situated on the line of
the 1'enn.TlvaniaHailroad and embrace 450
acre of t airmount Park, all highly im-
nroved and ornamented, on wnicn are
erected the Unrest bulldinirs ever construc
ted tive of these coveriBtt an area of litty
aerea and costing 85.000,000. The total
number of buildings erected for the pur
finite of the exhibition is near two hun
dred. During the UiirU day immediately
following the onenlns of the exhibition a
million and a quarter ot people viaited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE OEEAT T&VKX. LIKE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
Is the mos, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ot reaching- Philadelphia and this
irreat Exhibition Iroin ail aeetioD of the
countrv. It trains too and lrom Philadel
phla will pans tbrouflh a grund Centennial
depot, which the company bus erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
LTounJi fur the accommodation of paesen
gen who wl-h to stop at or start from the
numerous laree hotel contiguous to this
station sue the kshibltion a convenience
ol the ereatett value to visitor, and ali'ord-
ed exclusively by tho Fennsjivrula Kail
oad, which is the only line running direct
o the Centennial buildings. Exclusion
rain will a Uo atop at the Encampment of
he Patron of 11 us ban Jry, at turn Mauon
nn thi road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad ts the grand
est railway organization in the wond. it
cnntrnl seven thousand miles of roadway.
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New vork, Baltimore, and wahington,ovor
which luxurious day and nittht cars are
run from Chicago. 8t. louIh. LouUvUle.Cin
einnati. Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
'lv.imil and Erie wlthous chance.
it main line 1 laid wlte double and third
tracks of heavy steel raiUJupon a deep bed
of broken stone ballant, and its bridyh are
all of iron or stone, its passenger trains
are eauiDDed with every known improve
ment lor comtort and safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances then the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company nas largely increased its equip
ment lor Jedtenuial travel, and will be pre
nared to build 1b iu own shop, at short
notice suraelent to fully accommouate any
tra demand, ine uaetjuauaa re-
miiircRB at the command of the company
. - a, .1.. e aVvu iiAmnoiiw
ot the company guarantee the most perfect
accommodation for all it patrons during
the Ceuteuniai Exhibition
The masninfsut scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Railroad i so lustly celebra
ted present to the traveler over its perfect
roadwav an ever-cbaninnK panorama oi
river mountain and landscape views une
dueled in America.
The eatine stations on this line are un
aumassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed tor tn-
. . 1 . I . . W , . . wa .1 it ..a. I wm turn will
be sold at all the prlncipul railroad ticket
ilCUlllVII VltBvM, b iuuuli.ii . a.W", wy ...
m. in the West. Mortbwest and Kouth-
lie sure that your tickets read
Ureatl'ennsylvauia route to the
1. it ASK THOMSON. I). M. BOYD, Jr.,
Gen. Manager. lieu. Tass'r Agt
Nebraska Ahead !
The II. ft M. Railroad Co'sLavdst The tx-t
Agricultural and Mock Country
in America I
GOOD LAUDS IX A GOOD CUXATZ
Low prices. Long Credit. Low Fares
and Freights. Premium for Improvement.
Free Pea to Land Uuyer. fjrFernill
particulars, apply to U. & M. it. R. Co
WHOLE8ALB AND SJITAII..
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Bold Very Cleie.
Comer 10th St. and OommerciaJ Av
C. O. PATTER & CO.
AND C AND EE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Kational Baak Building, np-atair.
The Oldeat KaUbUahad Agency la BoottJ
rn Illinois, repreeenttntr ovor
165 OOO 000
TSOS. J. KERTH,
Jeneral Insurance Agt.
St. Louis Fire Insurance Co.,
German of Preeport. Illinois,
ASSettB, 3400,000 00.
Oermania Life of New York,
Assetts, $7,000,000. 00.
I respectfully solicit a hhare of public
Office in the Alexander County Bank.
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are Issued on the most favor
able terms by
General Insurance Acest.
None but Round And Kosiest tvont
Or'"lGi-Iu the Alexander Couuty Bank,
1-1 tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
E. r. Hankers Bitter Wine of Iron
has never been known to fail in tbe cure of
weakness, attended with sviBDtoms: indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, dilli
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of diseane, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror ot death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimnes SI vuion, languor, uni
versal lasbitude ol the oiuscular system.
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot nanus, nataiug ui tne uosy, ury
neus of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on toe lace, purnying tne uioou,
paiu in tne oam, ueatiuew oi iu eyeiius,
rrntiint black sdoU HyiuK before the eves
with temporary sutttoion and lows of sight.
want ot attention, etc. uej symptoms
all arise from a weasaexs, ana to remedy
that, use E. V. KunW' Bitter Wine ot
Iron, it never tan. iuniwi are now
enioviuK bealtii who uave usea It. Take
nnlv E. V. Kunkol's.
u.uur. in cuuiiLcriuk. auu uae nulla-
tious. A ivunaei n iue oi iron is
so well known all ov?r tne country, drug
gist themselves m&ke iiunaiion ana try
To ,11 it otfto their cummers, when they
i f. itn-wel'sBitterWlne of Iron.
I ve """.. . , ' .
i-'iinke 'a Ultter Wit vi iron is out uo
only iu II bottles, and s a yellow wrapper
LUA.iy put On IIW ou' lug J o-
nrietor's ohotoirraiih n tne wrapper ol
each bottle. Always ook for the pb(
ETaph on the outside, ana you wui always
be iiure to get the gemine. une aousy pet
bottle, or six for fa. " oy urugifisis
tlealer everywhere ;
ALL WORMS REiOVKD ALIVE.
E. K. Kunkel's Viota Syrup never fails
A Ha.tmv iin Keat aid Momacb Worms.
Vr. Kunaei, tne ouiy unui I'uaicmu
who removes Tape Vorin in two hour
alive, with head, and to fee until removed
llommon seuae teachetthat U 'tape Worm
be removed, all other worms vn oe reauuy
destroyed. Mend lor tireuiar to nr. stun
. 7 .J - .V Tl,U Ol.ll-.tl
ael, pio. so norm n' ii uuaci-
pbla, fa., or can on your uius eu a
for a bottle of Kuukel's worn Syrup.
CHARTERED MARCH SI. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, C AIBO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President.
H 8. TAVI.UB, Vice trraident.
W. IIY9L.OP, Bec'v and Treaaarer.
Paul O. B bcii,
II. I.. Hallway,
LNTERKST paid on depoMte at the rate ef ail
pr.rcent. per annum, March latnnd H.ptem
jr lt. Intereat aot withdrawn la edited imme
liately to the principal of the depovita, thereby
living them eomnound intereat
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else oan draw it.
Open every buiincaaday from Da. m. to 3 p.m.
ad Hatuniay evening for saving depoeita only
rum 6 to 8 o'clock.
W. HY8L0P. Trearer.
F IlroM, Preeldent
P. eff. Vice I'ree't.
H. Well, Cwhier.
T. J. Kerth, Asst. ash'r
Dll COUliTT m
Corner CommereUl Ave. and 8t Street
r. Brow, Cairo. Wm. Kluge, Cairo.
I. eff. Cairo. Wm. Wolfe. Cairo.
. Stiaanka, Cairo. K. L, Milling Bley, at. Lou I
. Buder, Cairo. H. Well, Ceiro.
T . II. Mrinkman, St.
J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
Urnetail Banking; Baelneae Done.
tl-Ezcbang sold and kouftbt.
) the Saving" lepartment. Col
o the Savinv Ixruartmenf . vil..n. n.i.
ndall buines proiuptlr attended to.
W . P HAIXIDAT. President.
HEN BY L. HAXJJDAY, VioePrest.
A. II H AFFORD, Caahief,
WA' TK It HYSLOP. Aaa't Cashier.
S. 8TAAT8 TATLOB, R. II. CO nOBAM,
H L. Hallioat, Vf. P. IIau.idat,
Q. D. WlLLIAHIOlf, 8TBPHBK lllKB,
A B. Sastord.
Exchange, Com and United States
aonas sougnt and Bold.
pvEPOarTS received and a general banking
FEICES REDUCED 10 SUIT TBS TMES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 8d Floor S3 .00 Per Say
Special Rates by Week or Momtfc.
A limited number of very desirable family
rooms can be secured at reasonable rates tor the
The St. Charles la the largest nd best appoint
ed Hoase in Southern Illinois, and is the leadma
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding- the "lied
Uock" reduction in prioes, the table will, a
usual, be liberally supplied with the very best
Of everything that can be found in market.
Fine large sample room for commercial trav
eler, on ground Boor, free of charge.
tfAU bagRace of guests conveyed to and lrom
thehu4 WilUout charge ' ,
B. B. EG SEW.
PAIST AID OILA.
S. F. Slake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow onaaes, so.
Hways on hand, tbe celebrated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Wanning-
'OHN H. VTJLKJBT,
Attorney t Law-
OFFICE : At residence ob Ninth Street, lietwetn
Waitilngton aveuue anu vi aiuui oner,.
English Brussels. Three Ply and Ingrain
also, btalr Carpets.Velvet Rugs, crumo
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old l'lace
112 PULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpets carefully packed and sent te an
part of the United State tree of ehsjrge.
rrsxNS icr iwcbhw.
J A. BBTDALL
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
WINKM OF ALL. KIN US,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
ISmSBR. SMYTH A CO have sonatantl
i.VX a large itock ol th beet good In the mar
exit, and give ewpecUl attention to l he wbvUaal
raacu oi ue business.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Ooal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
aromptly attended to.
sshTTo large consumers and all
axanufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform, rates.
CAIBO CXTT VOAX C0MPAHT.
rfHalliday Bro.'soffloe, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
ff-Hajriday Bro . 'e wharf boat.
T-At TPtian Mills, or
tyAt the Coal Dump, foot of Thtity-Klghtb
tfPot Office Drawer. Son.
No 80 Ohio Levee.
7 . 6 tf.
Dealer in Fresh Mea
Between Waahlnarton nnd Commerola
Avenaee, adjoin In a Hacny'a. '
KEKP3 for aal the best Beef, Perk, Button
Veal, Lamb, Sausage, Ac. aud 1 pr
rwad U eerve famlliea la an eeeevtahle mar t
Evansvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah. Bhawneetown, Evans-
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and all way landings.
The elegant alde-whuel steamer
AB KANSAS BELLE,
JT Atran B. Pwoxutorow M."r
JUA1U.BS PnHRIMOTOM tier
Will leave Cairo every WEDXF.8DAT at
o'clock p. ru
The fleet steamer
leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat niaW close connection at Cairo
MlpU eslteltfais and pajiseiigers 10 aU I4-"
StfatrMOQDl WOSSAJTHOOOl MAAaUAOg I
Knt. to MarrUgst the cause
paid for jo cents, by rC.WHlTTKE,
Iit SL Charles Str-rt, , St. Loui. Mo.,
the great speciahat. 1 Bead his worms.
From Fifty cents to Twenty -Sv dollar.'
A lull line of late style cornet and hoeiery at
iuwer prices tnan ever Derore onerea in
Cairo. ld straws made over, or taken
In exchange fat new goods.
A full Stock of Ladle Woolen and Cotte
t' DEKWEAIl. .
RIBBONS AND LAOES
Feathers, Flowers, etc., or every varkty and
at all Prices.
My stock mtist tie closed out. sad I wttl give
my customer, better bargain than ever o fared
oeiore BBS. C. M'LXAJI. .
STR ATTOTT & CHID,
AOEKTS AHJERIOAJf TOWBW OO
57 Oliio Xestwee.
G. D W1XLIA1IS0W,
And Dealer in
We. 18 OHIO JLEVXZ.
SPEC-AL attantlot given tooonsifnment and
WM. TRIGG & CO.
KKOCLAH SALES WEDNESDAYS
Special attention paid to eutanle satoe
j. SI ElKlith Btres, mire, llliaele
CU AS. S. DbLAT, Auctioneer.
"Look to the East."
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