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JjU. K. W. WIHTLOy,
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XibiU tad Mum atreeu
R. V. 0. JOCELYN,
(H'H-'K UlKlitk "ttvet, nr-ar Commercial Avenue,
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Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
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U) PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR:
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7t Ohio Ijvoo.
Iu;it Stoves anil (Jioceiies.
OPKN NKtUT AND DAY,
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.IiiOkpI I mil when In n-anm. uo Imuil ami Ooiiv-
rcn rumpiiv at ri-niuf ucoi in-o. vysu nt ari.u-rau
Uealor in Fresh Meat.
Jtv'it VVnaihlnjcton nmt Coin"
jiiMroiul A v., ttdlottitnsj ilnixtiyn.
t ' RETS fur aate ib bnat B(-f. Pork, Mutton, Veal
iv Lamb. Hauaao, ., and laprrprt totarvo
t'am'iliif In ao acteinii mar.an-.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
KNTKHJ.l AT TIIE POST .OKKICK IN t'AIUO, IL
LINOIS, A8 lK('0NI-CI.A8B MATTER.
OH'K'IAI' t'APKItor Al.KKANDEK COUNTY.
Only Morninir Daily in Southern Illinois,
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peruiure, fit; KalulHlI, 0 .00 lucb.
Sertf't Siirual ('ort)n. I. 8. A.
I'iiil Saup in tl'tvini,' lite front of li is
Htorca iii'wcoiitof imint.
Siraycil or stolen ono tlresseil liog
from Jolm Saclibergcr.
K. C. Ford is rectiviny an inimeusc
slock of mouldings, etc.
Win. Trifrc lias Imilt for himself a
neat, new, comfortable, office at bis lunibi r
yard, ou Sixth street.
l'he corn meal mill of Messrs. Green,
Wood A; Rcnuett, after a complete over
hsulinif, is in full blast aiiiu.
Attend the Presbyterian sociable and
enjoy a pleasant evening at the residence
ot Mr. J. 15. Reed, on Twentieth street.
The subject of lighting the street
lamps this winter is receiving considerable
attention just now. Let us have light.
Alex Frazer was at work yesterday,
putting up the needed cornice on Dau
Ilartmans new brick block.
Our new local w rote one item and kit
the city. He was of a too inuiring turn of
mind. The attendance at his funeral w;is
nut large. I lie altair passea on very pleas
The dwelling of Mr. F. Vincent, on
Ninth street, is altogether ove of the
neatest and most pleasant houses on that
street. Mr. V.'s family contemplates
taking possession ol the hoife in a tew
e have at our office an order for
$!iH, as part payment on a Mcndclshoii
Piano, advertised iu another column, that
we would like to dispose of to some one
who wants a good piano at u low price.
Their catalogue and puce list may be seen
at this office.
Lizzie Rciiaid vas arrested for using
obscene language and brought before .Jus
tice Coinings for trial. The eminent
criminal lawyer. J. li. Cunningham, wad
retained for' the d' leus'e, but he could not
prevail against the city attorney in this
ca-e. Lizzie was fined five dollars uud cots.
The atmosplme is thick w ith railroad
minor. It is reported that the Wabash
takes in the C. iV V. l 11. and that the Mo
bile & Ohio Co., will extend their road to
j Cairo immediately, they having purchased
eighty acres of ground at Fast Cairo on
which to locate their yard and buildings.
Jay Gould is said to be the great man be
hind the scenes. ; Argus.
J no. O'Donnel'x cow was bitten ly
Fied Whiteamp's dog the former brought
suit for damages against the latter before
Justice Unborn, lie employed J. It. Cun
ningham to convince the judge, that the
damages svist lined were enormoii. The
defense employed 1). T. Linegar to do oth
erwise. Cunningham after much soaring
among the clouds and u sjreat expenditure
of brain and muscle succeeded iu conviiie-
the court that the damages sus-taim-d bv
j Mr. O'Donnel would foot up one dollar,
i -Our "ad interim" local reporter iu an
1 attempt to be harmlessly tuniic, wrote a
lar and efficient agent of the C. & St.
i railroad, at this point. M. Naiigh- i.s
personally known toevery business man in
Cairo, as well as to all along the lineof the
road he so ably represents here, and it is
unnecessary for us to say thai but for the
sickness of the editor, he never would have
had even the shadow of a cause to complain
of Till. Ul I.l.lI'IN.
We find the following compliment paid
Col. Robert Low.y ill the I'adlk'ah
News: "We take pleasure iu calling the i
traveling public's attention t the l'u t that
our distinguished friend. Col. Rob't l.owry
has taken employment with the St. Charles
Hotel at Cairo. Col. l.owry is one of the
most popular gentlemen we know of, hav
ing a host of friends in this' and the sur
rounding counties, The St. Charles has
acted wisely iu cmployiug him, as we
kuow of no man who would add more to
the popuhnity. m' the, house." To nil of
. which W e sav "allien.
The returns from the county precincts,
is fai us they have been received, place
the i.iujoritics as follows;
I'AIIKKIl S M.V.IiiUITIKs.
Goose Island (17
Saute Fe .'
I lodges Park . . ,
Sandusky , -:
AI.I.KN S M UOHITths.
AVe yesterday received a postal card
that had evidently been addressed to some
one else and refei red to The P.ii.i.n in. It
CAIRO BULLETIN: THPKSDAY MOKNINO, NOVEMBEK f.
ifuiir ami here it is: i .,
- r - . t
"I wish to annouueo mysolt to speak be
fore the temperance poplo of Cuiro Friday
night. Coi,. J. T. Rodeuts."
Tho Colonel is an chxjuent speuker on
any subject and if on opportunity is
afforded him will make the walls of tem
perance hall ring.
--The Woman's Club and Library As
sociation met in the library rooms yesterr
day afternoon. The gentlemen friends of
tho club, notwithstanding the cordial invi
tation extended to. them, were conspicuous
by their absence. The general meeting
opened with calling tho roll of members
and reading minutes of previous meetings
by the secretary, Mrs. T. K. Clark. This
was followed by u paper from tho president,
Mrs. V. A.Taylor, entitled "The Influences
ofjChristianity on the World's Civilizutiou."
It was an exceedingly well written article
and showed that the author had
studied her subject in all its
bearings. Miss Kiltie ' Alvord's recita
tion from Shakespear '"King Henry's
Wooing" was superb. ' The applause it re
ceived was hearty and well merited. Miss
Kittic is a natural elocutionist. Mrs. H. H.
Caudee read n paper upon the "Life and
Times ot Oliver Cromwell," lull of beauti
ful sentences and general information a
finished and scholarly tribute to England's
trrcatest man. This closed the literary ex
-Mr. Ike Ostranderis improving slowly
was able to vote for the road tax on Tiu-s
Another girl at tlie residence of .bihn
A. Reeve, F.sip Pather and child both do
ing well. .
Mrs. F. G. Pricke and family, of
Mound City, are in the city visiting at the
residence of F. Korsineycr.
Father Hogati will, hereafter, deliver a
German sermon once a month in the Ger
man ("atholic church on F.igiiti enth and
rThe Women's Library Association has
received from Mrs. SatVord several vnluinrs
of drawings and sketchc-- -a handsome and
Mrs. H. T. Gerotild and child I'- tunn d
home from the north, where tlicy spent the
summer, about a week ago. Rodi are in
Squire Robinson, w ill attend tin; meet
ing of the Grand Lodge, 1. 1. . F.at Gales
burg, as representative of the Alexander
I.odifo of this citv.
-e nave misse.., iron, mu .s.reeis, ,
s vcral days past, the cotint'iaiice ci i
postmaster, Col. MeKeaig. Is In-sick? Has
i i . l . . 1 . C ,1 t .
lie leu town, or nas ne gone iisnn.
Soinebodv do tell Us
Sallie Williams was brought bctoie j
Justice Comings for disorderly conduct.
Eviilence bciii'r sufficient, she was fined
twenty dollars and costs, but allowed the
privilege of "shaking" be- ranch within j
v of "shaking" tin- ranch withiu
twenty-tour hours. i
l, !j i',.i nt,.,l 1 1 in r tl... nenTo in.'inwlio. :
while drunk, stabbed young Tessier, in j such ea-y teims of payment that it must at
Mound City last Sunday, and who w as I once become tin object of the liveliest inter
con fined iu our county jail fir safekeeping, est to the seekers after locations for honw a,
was taken to that city for examination j from the overcrowded eastern states, where
yesterday. ! a ten acre lot is considered a yHnl sized
-The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. farm. Why do th. lands lie vacant while
S. Aisthorpe will learn with deep sorrow of ! the less hospitable west is so rapidly being
the death of their first born and only child,
yesterday evening, after an illness of only
a few davs. The remains will be interred
in the family giounds this afternoon.
Messrs. Reed & Etherly, of N-w
liurnside, lib, purpose establishing a
feather foundry near Tenth street on
Washim-ton avenue, next to Carl's liv-iv
......... ti !,;,..;. ,. in t,m,.
but is expired to arrive here every
NEARLY A lil TCUKRKi:.
nut siniT or bai. mn at a ..mi v after a sea,oii by a judicious system ,,f ;l
is a had .'Lit:, I vertising, these prejudices wav worn away
AUuit eight o'clock last night consider
ab'e excitement wascui..ed ii the neigh
borhood of the City Rn-wi-ry by tin r
port of a pistol tired in the saloon dep.ot
me.it of said building. Various ami
numerous, were tin- reports which at once
reached our ears as to the cause and we
wt once started for the scene. On our
wav down to the brewery wo met oU'e e.
Tylor and Wims who had Jake
Walter, the Eighth street butcher
under arrest and were e.-coit-ing
him to the city juij. He
was under the .utUieiiee of liquor and ap
parently did not realize the situation he
The cause of Walter's arrest w as the tir
ing of a pistol at th'i head of Fred. Keoh
ler. in the lirewery saloon, coining within
about two inches of blowing his brains out.
it appears that Walter and Keohler have-
not been on the best of terms for quite a
while and it was only yesterday morning
that they had a dispute about some insignifi
Mr. Walter being too much under tho
influence of liquor we could not get his side
of the affair; but the following arc the facts
as obtained from Keohler and as corrobor
ated by those present in the saloon (it the
time of the shooting: Keohler entered the
saloon about half-past seven o'clock and
took a seat, with several friends, at one of
the card tables. He had been in the saloon
but a few minutes when Walter entered
who, with several friends, nlso took posses
sion of one of the tables. Conver-ation soon
became general and general good feeling
seemed to prevail, when all at once 'Walter
remarked In a very uudiblo voice : ''That
fellow (ineuniug Keohler) blows too much."
Keohler at ouco retorted : "Do you mean
met" "Yes ; O-d d n you," was Walter's
reply, "I mean you!" Keohler at once
arose from his seat and made an effort to
get nt Walter, who, without rising, drew a
revolver and fired, the bullet pass
ing within it lew inches ot Keohler's
head, lodged iu the wall. The pistol wa
at oneo taken from Walter's hands wheu
Keohler struck him over tho eye with his fist
causing tho blood to run therefrom freely.
At this time Tyler uud Wims entered the sa
loon and, arresting Walter, took him to thn
It is asserted by the friends of Wulter
that he was too drunk to know w hat he was
doing; that Keohler had provoked tho dis
tubauce in the morning aud that he had
several times, for slight provocation, beaten
Walter ; that therefore, Walter was afraid of
Keohler, etc.. etc.
On the other hand, Keohler dcuies
having provoked tho disturbance in
the morning ami asserts that Walter fol
lowed biin hll over tho city yesterday, from
saloon to saloon, w ith evidently no other
intention but to do him bodily harm.
At the jail iloor tho officers relieved Wal
ter of another pistol. His case will proba
bly come up for hearing this forenoon.
W II V OO TO Til K KUl W KST W ltKS YoL CAN
ll ET V1NK KAHMINO I. AMI IN l II K STATE
The above pertinent query forms the title
of a neat aud well written folder published
by the Illinois Central Railroad Company,
through its Capable uud enterprising land
commissioner, Mr. Peti r Daguy. Since see
ing the state of lllinoisand traveling through
its entire length aud breadth and learning
that so much vacant land is yet open for
settlement therein, 1 have often been led
to ask the same question, and while 1 have
fairiifully laix'i'cd for the interests of the
state of Nebraska in adveitis'mg In r at
tractions and rcsosuces in the K;ist Mild
Europe: yet 1 have now felt that were 1
the party in search of a desirable location
tor settlement 1 should certainly investigate
thorotiehiy lie- attractions and resources ff
h: states of Illinois and Iowa before
going into the prairies of Ne
raska. 1 do not wi.h to It under-tood u-
wanting to beJUf.e tie- state ot .Net.rasKa.
as I liruilv believe that she is destined to I
! become one of the leading states ot this j
great republic; but I look upon the matter
5u a ,,umanit.trill knowing as 1 -to
bi' llihU'1'goi, e by the landy,
pioneers w iio come into the
r ttW ,., iilv ..... .,!-,..! with n.-ims and
far wot, but iilv .supiilied with mean
quite unused to our climate, soil and modes
t i. . i . . i . i. i . i '
a n o
i una mat me i.i. u. iuo. nave as yn
unsold iu the southern portion of Illinois
no less than 'JUOW acres of good agrieill-
Ull,l!t t-ruit .rrowing. grazing, hinl-r and
mineral lands, which they are offering at
siii'l. evtraoniinarv low n.iees and liuon I
i in i iitiiit,
filled up by a good, industrious and enter
! prising tins of citizens, who ji.Ust necc-sa-
rily pass through the great stat - of
rily pass through the great stat'- of Illinois
in order to get there? The reason
is simple, and a few words will
tell it all. Until within the l,it live
veins Nebraska has been virtually un-
"own u "
. comparatively unknown that that state was
lit tor anything save grazing purpose., and
now that being doubtful as the 'geographers
were wont to term it the "Great American
desert" full of "bad lands," hostile Indian.,
.., ; . . 1 1 ,. .
I SUOe'Cl I'l Uioutll itllvl see.e, sioiins. n il
ami once its resouices known, immigration
poured iu from every quarter ol the globe
and she has to-lav over half a milliou o
inhabitants and a few years more will s"io
to swallow up every acre i,f vacant land
within its boundaries. She experimented
with an immigration bureau, whose most
::rdiiolls labor, consisted in drawing
princely salalies, while the resources Ot lie;
state iiimaini'd entirely unkown and the
stream of immigration swept into the sister
State Kansas, which us all who have seen
both, will admit is far inferior iu cvoi,j
respect. I wish to say right here, that it
has been through the tireless efforts of
the two great railroad corporations
in the state, that Nebraska is to-day
so widely and favorably known.
uud while they have not done all, yet they
have countenanced, encouraged uud helped
pay for every project calculated to advance
the material interest of the state. The peo
ple ami the railroads have worked togethir
for the same purpose, and they haye accom
plished their object.
Having carefully examined the statutes of
all the different western states, I am free to
iidn.it that Illinois stands pie-eiiiinei.tly
abovethein fill in point of uatural resources,
advantage and markets. These being facts
it does not look reasonable that its southern
portion should yet contain over a quarter of
a million acres oi vacant lima, jtoiwici
would it remain long vacant were it so
thoroughly advertised as other less famed
localities are. Hut that region hail a bad
name. So had Kansf but she turned it to
her advaiiPigc by keeping ilio name oi
Kansas and her attractions constantly before
tho reading world.
It is uiy full belief that If tho proper ef
forts aro put forth, less than fivo years will
see every foot of vacant land iu southern
Illinois settled by a gwl class of citizens,
who would add millions of wealth and new
impetus to every iudustry now in operation,
and develop new ones not now dreamed of.
Is not this "a constimation devoutly to bo
wished? E. . L. Emiolm.
General Western migration Agent.
Om mi a Neb.
lr tlu Cairo llullclin .
THK FATHER SITAE ME.
While there is great deal said and written
about a mother's influence over tier chil
dren, is it not strange that there is so little
said about a father's influence, especially
over his son! To bo sure it is a mother's
holy and blessed mission to guide the
first years, and feeble footsteps of her infant
boy; but how soon that boy grows to feel
himself almost a man. Then it is that the
father's iutluencc w ill outright the mother's
For to become like father, in deeds and
statue, is the highest ambition of that
youthful heart. Dow father smoke and
chew tobocco' How glad I will be, thinks
the young hopeful, w hen I am a little older
aud can do the same. Does father spend
his mornings in saloons, on street corners,or
In some questionable place of amusement?
"Won't I have a tine time when I get leave
from ma's apron strings," meditates our
young man, "and can go where father yo,-s
and drink and enjoy myself like lie does."
Said a fond mother to her bright htt'.e four
years old son the other day, who had g'ueii
a trilling annoyance ami shocked our ears
with some d"cid edly piofane language.
"My darling, how often has mama told
Vnii that it is verv miiihtv and wicked to
swear? no matter how provoking you
are and that yell wilt ic ver grow t le a
U'ootl mail if yoll d so." Yml should
have seen tint mother's face when young '
hopeful replied: "I'appa wea.s ivity time ,
he ijets mad, and you won't ny be M n t ;
a oM'd tuan." SVid another lad often or'
twelve yeai in our presence, who
was .standing before a m'rror try- !
iuo iu v a in to adju.si hi, shirt
collar: "Won't 1 !.. glad," said lv with
clinched teeth, "when ; get to be a i
man, so I c hi tear my ollar ,
oil' and stamp on it when i ;
can't tlx it 1 : !; papa does hi-." 1
Oh how I wihed that, "pupa" had
.,. ,.1V ,,, iriVL. .;ir,i t, ,t (nt a r,..
,:, ..., :. ei i i . ,
j w.'.i,!d hav made him resoh e
,h, t u, nnc p. ,.u,rt. t,
temper b. fore il".t boy, if r.ot to leac them
oil' altogether. I do n t think, as general
rule.that fathers talk ser'n v.s'.v to their little
soii as cinch as they should. "What an
ea-y. ph r.sajit and profitable nuiitier it
I would ! for farthers to s;iVn, uii hour
j at-tt.r .,. v ,.,.!, t.V(.n;:ll, (;i,av. i-ing wi:!; his
j ,,oVSi .ntly ilrawing out tle-i,
, ,!,, s '. . and L-ainiu" their
....,:.,,.,,, ,!liw ,,.
i Uli l(,.ddt til( !imv ,,uinv s!irir,.s
i , .
i ana una
could he not wain thB:n. lie
need let hold hi Ills' If up to th- :n bs being a
saint, on the contrary he might t 11 them of
his own youthful mistakes and indiscretions.
He could also tell them how he ha 1 to pay
the penalty for those follies, an I give his
experience :s a warning to them, thus
making an impression ou tle-ir youthful
minds, which time will never efface, and
perhaps si-rv tl. em untold good in the fu
ture. Itut it too often happens when father
(nines home tired, no doubt from his busl
ines car, s of the day. that if he remains at
home at all atb r tea, he burrii s himself in
his newspaper or cigar an I perhaps both,
and remains utterly oblivious of the pi enema-
of his children, unless it be to utter ijne
sharp word of reproof, or perhaps to banish
them to another room tor their noise, leaving
their youthful minds entirely in the hands ;
of the poor tired, overworked, nervous
mother to mould. Oh, is it any wonder that
at any time of night, we find young boys
engaged in rough spoils on tin: stre. ts.or
J tililt t.v become a little older w
le-ar of tiieiu as frequenters of gainblin
houses or other dens of vice? Fathers, it j
may cost you some self denial w hen you are
weary and alumst worn out with I.Usiness j
cares, to collect yoiu little ones around you
for that hour's conversation before ou se id
them io their peaceful pillows; but h-t me
warn you that it will cost you something of
far greater importance and may bow your
gray head with shame and remorse, if
through the neglect of your duty iu this
regard you see those innocent feet led astray,
those confident, guilelcns hearts grow hurd
with sin, thou: little hands turn to evil ways
or those tender eyes glow with a drunken
tire. It is not enough that you send those
boys to church and Sunday school on each
Sabbath day. The lessons learned there
are soon forgotten unless cultivated by
home influence, nor must you leave it ull to
mothers. She needs and must liavo your
hearty co-operations in her good work, to be
successful. Do not think, oh! well, boys
must "sow their wild oats,"' and trust to
luck. If fathers as well us mothers did
their whole duty to their little sons, they
would have few wt'd oats to sow, and if
sowing uny, they wo aid be so few mid so
cautiously sown, that the harvest would not
be its, alas, it so often is, a felon's cell or a
drunkard's grave. LA. M.
Caiiu), 11., November, 1711.
If you want a good dish uf Oysters served
in any style, or a hot 'cup of coffee, go to
50 Ohio Levee, m.-f to L M. R. R. office.
Open day and night, Families supplied br
the can. Selects 50 cents, mediums 40
cents per can. A. T. Dt.B.vi'H,
Died, yesterday evening, Wulter CharleSj
son of Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Aisthorpe, aged
ten weeks and two days. Funeral services
will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at
the residence of Mr. W. O. Hughes.
Frieuds and acquaintances of the family
aro invited to attend.
The ladies of the Presbyterian clutch
will givo a sociable at the residence of .1.
H. Reed, Esq., Thursday, November 6th.
A coidial invitation is extended to all.
At the Packing house of Hinkle Su
II .... . -!..! . .
jioor on commercial avenue, pigs Iul,
spare ribs, back hones.and other lritumiiigs
in large or small quantities aroTorsale
very low prices, New lard for family us:', '
invite special attention.
A XKW Si HKMK.
A tine silver tea et will be drawn for at
Ticheman's billiard parlors on Christmas
eve. Every person payiug for a game of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling h'.m
to a chance iu the drawing. Tickets can
iml he obtained iu nnv other wav.
Go To Siuatto.n i liiuu's If yuU war.?
to Imy the following good at low price-,;
At more & Co.'.. Mince meat.
Snider A Co.' Apple. Peach and 0.utue
Young America chc, se, for fand'y u-e.
.New York and Old" Va ton cheese, tut:
Canada I at meal.
New York Iiuckwhe.it hVui.
Kraut in barrels, half barn i in 1 qu.tr. r
("Id lo milieu! .1 . v :, Mocha. S:into,
Mex'u an and Rio Coffee.
Two hundred barrel choice Michigan
apple; ii general assortment of canned
L'mxls: very tine. Teas, Dried fruits, yK, v
Groceries of all kind-,, etc., etc.
1 1 puL-i 1 OM 15,(rry Letn r IKvtv
'. " " " Note Heads.
" ' Linen Letter Head-..
2'i ' Linen Not,, ll-nd-.
The iiKsl quality f-f paper at pri. oi
e clu api t ;ii n ie.
j'-,' Kiund .statement's - ai! colors.
10 pound Hills Lading.
14 and 10 poii'id Riit Head.. all size-.
Extra srp.r white Eiicloes at St. Iov
wholesale pri.-!'. Piinting !,M) rxtra.
Ruling and Rinding. a!l kinds at The
lb i.i kun office.
.sHVKJ:Tl!sKMKVlf tu lM c.innin
.V Dtr tin.'t t.tca iirl"Sill 1 imtilinlid lo-'
fitts f-f iic-rtiou : 1 n.'M.lb. 1..M; A o."Mh ::h
ui ihiir.'e. $1 i.i ii-r nijiith. Ks'ti mlJi''.u!nl
sitmli(in MU-.t ft.
AKTIsT S I'ltOOKS.
I .ii ' i'!:eifiill.. lor uli' ( anno. !
"iiit -. uf tot- ul)lisbcr fi.r ! l;m:i f.Miufjfb
Wi,; u r "III "inglj for $!U 'Ki iiij, ol !ie fu:ir:nr
i'i 0". KiKi'jiri at Tin Hn.imx bindery.
: Owshhs nnd purchaser i f Rial Knaw In Cairn
j -lin.ikl be mire Hit ) bate i'ooil tilii. lauicuw
pri'pir'. t to f irnUb al)tr;'.ct at ri ai)iiW rn'.-jt
OKIi'c lu Ci.u:" Hoi;e
A .n o( No. J lUir ta) Li lovirf r.i.
I iirtiy orn. tiuiauitublf fur inx-u-ri,t priv,-niaiai
j or!,'. U'luUstinnol b--t'iT. Im.g priim-r r
, I'rnic t, jin'u.'Oli and dwulee i iietlsll Irltcra am.
I l!,'nn's (c!l and tvmi-U-! Milhoet pati- a.al
I Kolt s.M.K.
T. W ii:lou farm ia lu!aKkl unl, ou Ui. Uuk
ni llii-Ohio rm r. anil 1 t',ile from H, It a:n 'i.
luij. r"i. 'O rri' under lei i' (nlmrd of abou:
1 "i a r i Has a fre me On elhu ' of liroulii.. Iwn1
tis'efu. At a bariraiL. Apl'lv rarh.
.m.j. huw'lkV. i; e. A'iit
r i rfll p I l ili-.t- parti, to act at.,x
A A L Ti 1 ' ' Ar;v u" ,h,r :f of "
n;, mi, Ill's. bunt urn
r 'spi-i taMr. (mod , ! rapidly. We pay a malar,
or 'i Hbtral ouimissloa on sale. Kiom f!U0 I"
t.l-ij ukuiiIi ( Ail bo tuadi' by h,- nun llirobii,,'
f..i niakiu uiouev Address- 1 Kit 41111 MAM '
KAi 11 KIM. ( O . 1 lu Muiiroe M .I uiuKO.
THE CITY NATIONAL BANk
W. P. JIAI-MDAV, l'reid''!it.
H L. HAI.I.IUAY. ice-1-rejiii.a.i.
J. 11. SMITH. Ailinjf Cashier.
STAiTTVU)ll, W. 1-. MiLllUAr,
II RNKT I.. MALLIOM, K. II. C'CNSINUIIAM,
. o. wuxuhwim, Krei'iiK.s d:kd,
II. U lAMir.l.
Kxchange, Coin and United State RouJs
UOU(ilIT AND SOLD.
Deposit received aud a jencral hauiiliiK bai:i""
MIIS, M. A. S WANDER,
Winttir's lthn-k,Cnrni'rRivouh strfft and Com
l.i'tie to inform thotadtea nf Cairo and Vicinity
Unit pIik Iihb nn hand und receiving rial!, dlrucl.
from tin. Kaslern cltli, a very lari;u ami complete
Hlnrk uf Ladlea' and Misses'.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS.
lIoli ry Hll aizoH aud colon" - a rl. to one dtfllar
per pnlr. (.'orscta. 40 cts. Ui and full aotf
Liulfes Furnishinix Goods!
All tli viry Intent dfnlitn. l'rlcca a low a po
Ibtn and umida mnrki-o lu ilaln 1;orue. Will not
bo unilerenld. Call and utiimlim. No trouble to
ahow itooda Ladlea win. do nol me what thrjr
want will pla ask for I.