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ttock campletn In general and in detail.
TllANKSnlTINU at Mr. Fl8tlllACK'B.
"Wo rcci'iiivl last nltflit, tpo lato for pub.
licilinn, n communication of grout lengtln
tlfK'iipl'vn of tbo Thanksgiving dinner
nt Mr IV lack's. TI10 bill of fiiro cm
btscl till il lrnb1o eatable, and tbo com
pany wad composed of it number of the
brawn Mini witticit gentlemen of Cnlro
oil tbo"ll' fal'est ladles.
Tur. Churches To.Day.-Kov. Mr.
Sweet of Chicago, will officiate nt tlie
Cburch of tho Hedcemer this morning and
glvo an address on tho claims of tbo
Nashotah Theological Seminary. The
omlnary is supported by the voluntary
gifts of tbo church, as thcro nro now over
60 student there, dependent on tho "dally
mail" for their "dally bread.- A collec
tion will bo taken for tho object, nt morn
ing service livening service will bo con
ducted by tho rector n muni.
Kov'll. li.Tltaver will deliver n dls-
courso this morning In tho Presbyterian
cliurch 1111 "The Life nnd Doctrines oi
. . ........ .1. iri.mi-
PAIlin rwiVnK.pf tnninlmr nf llm IJOllll .'IVIn." In Win rWOnillB -"J- ".'-
Cairo CVlim is urgently requested to np-! er III deliver tho fourth dNcourso to
noar at their hall Wednesday. December young men. Subject : "Cli.trnelor-lLo
4, nt 8 o closk p. in. sharp, In order to In- Richest Treasure "
corporate h! 1 club, on which occasion tbo
now piny w ill be produced and officer' for
the next term tilccted.
lty order of tho premdent.
Cha. Weiikk, Cor. Secretary.
Attention, Sir KnkiiitsI The Minn
nl conclave of Cnlro Commandcry, No. 13.
Knight Templars, for tho election of offi
cer hin! triwirxutlun of regular business,
will bo hold nt tho Hsylum on Monday
evening, December 'J. Sojourning Sir
Knights urn iwtcously invited, lly or
der of ih't - K. C.
lltl.LV 'WlltTK'M OVKRCOAT. An OV0T-
co it hung conveniently near the back
door of u Isniis itorc-ruom, U u templing
sight to tliu eye. of any poor wrotch who
has neither a co it to his back nor money
In bis pockui. It it whether it was such an
ndlvidutl or li liberate sneak-thiof who
abstractoJ tl.o vorcoal of IJilly White,
making oil" wltn ll through tho back door
of White A: Orier'i store, on Friday night
last, is n. ipicUiiH which Hilly is not in
tbo humor to ciimider. Tho wenlher now
makes nn ovi renal utmost indispeasible.
Uilly's Wtt fifty dollar overcoat, h thing
of beauty a- wull us comfort, which ho
will no. ri)liuiuir'ti without nu nttetupt to
recover. Haiivu iiilly oilers Ufteon do
lurs fur ith return, mid if bo gets it, it will
bang by the bid; door no more.
Kjltino Him Tho, love powder Doc
tor linl-u my his triends, thu colored men
of Cairo, ilcsiro to maku liiir. mayor of the
city next spring, mid that bo cannot resist
their Importunity. Wo huvc too much
re.pect fur the political cemmon senso of
the colorod voteis of Cairo to believe that
my con.idomblo number of them would
vote i'nr iuuIi an old tly-up-tbe-creek a
man who piucllcc.i upon their superstition
la order to otiUiii tbeir money for bis pre
lentied tuperiiuttiriil cures und wonderful
ckurmt. Hut the doctor is counting with
out li; Uvtt wlivii he "calculates" upon
his ability to ian: the colored nien over
intotbe LlourLon pirty. Sumner couldn't
do tlmt, und Coppeihead llulse, the bots
inn, is nut greater than Charles.
l.v ExI'Lasaiio.v. A great dcul of
mutter has been daily crowded from our
columns during the past week. Tho ex
plunuUun is fotird In tbo fact tlmt our
printers cwuiut work in tho dark, and our
tvlmh bis gas won't burn nut because it is bad gas, but
sword I fr tui reason that ilia water in tho pipes
was the 1CI" f'v'' I'iu's aro drained every
ii:w iiiouii-iii tiu; nicy inaustriousiy get
e van of
full :i fni n ut.l frei'23. Tbo skill of all the
anturopy fittt-r- h Cairo has been by us invoked
heart was in vain, and wis aro doomed to labor In
i of an in- darkness, cursing industriously in a quiet
i . . . wav that i us sinless as such shings can
ch i.t last . . , i , ,
i)0!!iolv be. A ir man of London has
public the letl tcl-raplicd for, and wo expest to
iie iJltur c(.ti,ut into tho light, and All this shpet
We leave i with much and tho raciest reading matter,
succored, ufl'r li' arrives. Until then let us all
ipi to the ''avo a con. ounded 'imount of patience
ithohuh; TERRORISM AT UaKIIONDaLE Woloarn
he mudo ' that a ndgn of terrorism exists at Cnrbon
dnle Aasln bnve httompted to murder
. Lol. lirutb, and tncendiaries to burn his
property. A few days ago whllo tho Col
must men 0nel w is proccuting certain cases against
ho bauble , citiz ih of Carbotid.ilo for selling liquor.
eves. He l,o was knocked down in a dark hall with
o stepped " fluriK (bot or biass knuckles, and scvero-i-
. . Injured. hast Tuesday morning,
SroTTKD JilKB Domikoes. The tooth
soon become tnpcklcd if every defllemont
Is not removed from them overy twenty
four hours. To do this effectually tlioro
Is nothing like Sotodont. It literally ren
ders the enamel Impervious nnd Indestruc
tible. 12-1-dAwlw
STOP AND READ!
WOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
inntion of
nine,
his residence, barn, und store-house wero
to conC all fired, und pcrsMetit ertorts made by his
,eoplc, en- ' cnemlus to tliu intiict upon him pecuniary
csult' It , ,0'- ' believed In Carbondale, that
is head in l,'rrori'm bs been instituted against
Col. liiuah in rovengo for the
o conn- j)an j1(J jmj luj.en 11inlt ltl0 jqUor foj.
gone, Mnd , ers. What can bo done? Tho atMsslns
h s country and incendiaries inovo in darkness nnd
i self last! cnnno1 bu detected with the fircsent po-
h )oWo )atl lice force on duty in Carbondalo. Tho
If
Ip oftbut
bleb went
of tbo Re.
,ut to-Juy
ll ood behrt
Illshop A. V. Wymaii, uiio of tho
bishops of the African Methodist Episco
pal church, will preach nt half-past ten
to-day tit I'astor .lack'on's chutch, nnd in
the iifternoon will lay tho oorner-stono of
tho now church.
Kov. J. U. linker, mlssionury of tho
Illinois Stato Uaptist Sunday School I'n
ion, Is in town nnd will preach nt the
Methodist church in tbo loretinon nt thiii
usual hour of morning service, Ho v. Mr.
Thompson having kindly tendered tho
usuof his pulpit. It N hoped that ovory
Baptist In tho city will endeavor to bo
present.
lUVElt .NEWS.
ARIUVKH.
Stoamor Mary McDonald, Memphis
,11m Fisk, .Ir, rduciih
11 Illinois. Columbus
PEPaRTEII.
Stenmer .lames Howard, Now Orleans
" Mary McDonald, laid up
" lleo und barges, Now Orleans
" John Kvle. Hulmonl
" Frank 1 Oracey, Evatisvillo
11 Emimi 0 Elliott, Memphis
" dim Kisk. .Ir , Taduinh
" Illinois, Columbus
niO MUKHY COAL.
Steamboats supiilied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut ccal, in any quantity, urnl on jistiai
terms, ut the yard nt grmul Tower, Ills.
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olypiiakt,
D. A Dokeb, Oen'l Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
C0.NDITIOf(Or TUB RIVERS.
Ico was still running out of tho Missis
sippi in largo quantities yesterday, nnd as
there has not been nn arrival from Hint
stream since tho Glasgow camo out, Fri
day morning, it is probable that thoio
steamers that nro trying to get out horo
either have gono to the bank for safety, or
uro uground. "Wo have no lato advices
from Dovil's island, but it is thought that
thero are several boats aground there. It
is tho worst place betweou hero nnd St,
Louis, and by this morning there is prob
ably not much over three and n half feet
of water there. Tho lower Ohio is again
giving bonis trouble with her numerous
sandbars, und thero is scant four feet
water to Evansville. Tho full in the Ohio
at this placo yesterday was two inches.
Special dispatches to Tuk Bulletin
report tbo condition of tho Ohio nnd Mis
sissippi rivers nt various places.
UUiSINESa AND WKATUER.
limitless tit tho head of navigation was
a little quiet owing to the scurcity of
bants. Thcro is quite a large quantity of
freight on bund ready for shipment
Tbo weather was calm and cold with a
heavy smoke overshadowing tbo river, und
after dark navigation wus greutly bin-
dored.
MISCELLANEOUS.
The following bouts aro known to bo
between hero und St. Louis, but at what
p lints could not bo learned : Tho Hello ot
Pike, Exportor, It. A. Habbago and barges,
Atlantic nnd barges, J. N. Kellogg and
biirgcs, Utah, Chus. Uodtnann and Fannie
Lewis, all bound South. Tbo. loo Fleming
and barges wero at Devil's island at last
accounts.
Tho John Kylo raised stonm yesterday,
nnd went down to Belmont, to re-ship her
St. Louis freight by the Iron Mountain
railroad. She lias ubout six hundred tons.
consisting of railroad iron, sugar, molasses,
etc. sue will return to this port aftor re
shipplng, and will probably leavo for
Now Orloiins.
Tbo Jiimnj Howard loft Friday evening
loaded as deop ns tho water would permit.
Sho had a fair trip of freight, nnd a good
ly number of passengers.
The Frank 1'. Gracoy loit for Evnnsvtlle
yesterday, and as tho water in tho channel
is gotting down low, the will likely enter
itio trade betweon hero and that port
A placo whore you can buy as much for
OHST3j DOLLAR
us you can elsewhere for
ONH DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undersigned would respectfully In
form tbo public that thoy havo fitted their
now store house on Eighth street with tho
Unust and best Assorted stock of
general mcrcbnndlso ever before brought
to this markot, and in ordor
to secure n lnrgo portion of the pntronago
of tho public,
WE AKK DETERMINED TO SELL
OUH GOODS AT LOWER
FIGURES THAN
ANY OTHER KSTAB-
LIS1IMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trudo of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents nnd Children's
Xi-RIT O-OOIDS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
CLOTHING,
HATS &c CAPS.
And nil other articles to bo found In a
flrht class dry goods nnd clothing establish
ment. We call especial nttontion to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
nil Itsdctails. Our stock of
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
CASSAMERES,
JEANS, ETC.
is the largest in tho city, and we are en
abled to offor special Inducements to pur
chasers.
In Gentlemcns' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Huts, Caps, and furnishing goods
we am fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of every one to buy
where goods aro cheapest and best
wo cordially invite the public
to call and examine our stock before pur
chasing elsewhere.
Our establishment is located on tho east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
Our Home Advertisers.
Home Advertisements.
HUTOHKM.
HYLAND k SAUKR,
SM) UKALKHS IN
CHOICE FllESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th Mreet nnd Commercial nVetiui
next uoor to tbo Hj laud saloon,
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTKR"
BTJTOHBB
tin biiLII l
FRESH MEAT,
Eiqutu Strbkt, Ubtwkkn Wasuinotoh
and Commercial Avkkues,
AdJolsslssB Kl 'lsstssi sssstl llassBjr'ss
Ren thu Lnut or llnt. Pnrlr. Mullim l'al.
Lmb, Shkp, etc., -nd are prepared lo uri
ciiih in hid most rcropmuie manner.
JAMES KYNA8TON,
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinims o
FRttU JdKATtt.
Corner Ninktentii and I'oi-lar St.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MISCEl.LAM:OUft.
WAG i. MANUFACTORY.
m
For .Stile nt WliuKwtli or Retail.
CO UN Kit HZD-SIKEKV AMI (illlli I K It
Cairo, Illinois.
DOfllll I'.1A11I.R
LIME I CEMENT I
JAMES noss,
tlH LI H Ift
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIfsO.
XjIIMIIE!!
Oomtneroial-av., Foot of Elovoiith-H.
Bost quality of Litnn and Cement al
ways on band, nnd for snlo nt the
vnrv Icrest H cures for cash.
BA.IOriA.-5r BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS,
AT 74. OHIO LEVEE.
lietnil ami I s t-r s st son ,
t'orniT WikIiIiiiiIoii Ae.
a tn I Klilitli .tii.tt,
D R IJ 53hSB
CHE1VIICAL.S.
DANIEL LAMl'ERT, ,
FASHIONABLE BARBEU
FOR LADIES, MEN aN1 CHILDREN,
Eimmi St., I!t. Com. Wami.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Has Just opened n new nnd stylMi etu)
iiy up to
m ii tut tir
demand for fresh meats from one pound tc to favor him with their patronage
I Jiini VI
liuvs and HlniiL-literi on v tlio bent cattle niitn.ni rtinv i ii,.. ilm. .mri li,n..
hogs and sheep, and is prepared to till an) 0hl cusUuuers and new, ladles children iM
ten thousand pounds.
C3TA11 work done In tho Latent Mle.
WHOLHALI CUUCKKa.
ii. M. IIULKjn,
GROCER and CONFECTION
mbbcha asru?;
Aud Dealer in Foreign FruiU &Nutt,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
Cairo, Ills.
ill
November 18,
Established,
CONSERVATORY
ov
MUSIC.
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
acnue, opposite Ilulletln office.
JOHN SIIEE1IAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer tn
VEOETAUIJ, FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
ter All Goods warranted fresh, and sole
at tne lowest pnees.
Corner 9th St. andCommerclalAve.
7-33 tf.
CHEAP GROCERIES
THE aYSTBM.
QBOCIBIES RETAILED AT WBOLESALI
rRicxa for casd.
FRED ROSE
No. 104 Commercial Avkmt,
llolli Kreiich mid Sculli r:i"lnnTi' n
color". Ile:ier nnd Dn iid-rliiili i-oii.t.-intl
on iiiiihI. und nil i;oml wni r:iiitei.
In nil tin branches aUo carried on
lOHImil
HENRY II. MEYER,
EXOELSIOa
DECORATnU, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
PAIITTEB.
GRAINING AND MARULLNG
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every ntyle, plain and ornamental.
I'articuiar attention patu to iiium tiiiiiiuc
Ordem solicited for Secncrr. Erescoo anO
Ranner Painting.
Hfl CtKMCTICS HM PUNURS 1S c-
x LBI ,to,lct ,PSIrATc'"Ai3Bfi 2
CIIKSTI'ilOTIXTUHS,
Or uliil tn lit.lt klll,
for Wv.ik mv,.
At IIARCLAY I5RO.S.
i.'III.OltA'l L'
LOZENGES
I'OR !ORi: THROAT.
I'n'p.iiiid and -old
llv IIARCLAY RROS.
AT H. C. TUIELECKE'S STORE FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDis
WABHINQTON AVENUE. HETWEIW TENTH
AMD XLKVXMTU 7BEET8.
55 0
1 00
50 lbs. drt Cub Sugar for
gl ii ii ii ii . .
6 J lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 0(
4 Prime ltio Coffee for - - 1 0t
81 Choice " " 1
8 " Old Government Java - 1 0(
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Good new and full weight given. Call
and try.
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All vrotk l-v
rrv
Commercial avenue and Eighth street
trusted to my care will be promptly at'
tenueu to. snop in reri
Houe, coiucr I
Mr-Htr.
DMT UttUDS.
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
C. H AN NY.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
HHTWKKX WAAU'N AVENUE ANti VTALNL'l
Dr. H. K. FUldi Inform tna puUie ttmt h Iii
op'Dra a
LIVERY S V A li L E,
oo the northwest tide of Tenth strei t m otue
bore.
BisHUbles will be (urnialiM witti non but ttif
11 Wl-tl.
IKtSSK ItlMtlMO.
PATRONIZE
HOME TIRz-AJDIE !
J. C. 11 V ELS,
Late or .St. I.ottU.
BOOK BINDKIt AND HUNK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Corner Twelfth ltreet and Commercial Ac.
IILANK llOoKa of e t ry description done
with licKtiii-M und ili-p:ltcli. All kimli ol
ruling dune ut kliort tiutice Itililc, Mttic.
Mii.i.ines itml I'erloillcaU bound tieu mid
atthelouol iio-ilile rater.
County work, nich an Record", Docket.
Fee Hooks IllJliki'. etc.. lusdu u icciiil!ty
Uto.c, I'licket Itookn, l.'li elope-, etc.,
made to older. ll-'JItt.
Ill 1.1,14 St ItN
HORSE AND
rvm.K MKDICINKS
And Dl-lnf. rtatit lor Stable,
t IIARCLAY IIROS.
1MXH CIGARS,
HONEY HELV
"YOUNG AMERICA,"
nd I'tilvtT'al t;tlidaril."
At IIARCLAY IIROS.
PHILHARMONIC HALL.
Sunday Evenino Deokmueh 1st,
For the Retietlt of
THE T ITALIA SOCIETY.
.Merriment, mirth and laughter, embracing
deuce and nitery. Tlie manaw-.T take
great plea-ttru in auiiniiti'.-lng tbattbey have
eiigaceil Prof. V. Whitney, the great Au -ir.ill.in
wizard and ehatuplotnentriloiula1 of
the world.
The liillowlnu' 'cleetloti are from his ex
tensive repertoire of experiment: '-ilsglc
(itouth ut riower," Di-appcaring lllrd
Ca'.'c," Floating head," ' liowNol FMi,"
' lncxli:iiltal,le Hat." "Charmed Canary
llir.l.:" tin- Mu.lcal lkitijn" floating lu
mid air. and other-. 'I he management begs
Ijm to jy to tbe public. Unit it i Ibelr In
ttfntlon touive to tbe t.'alro public an enter
tiiliiiiictit that can not be excelled lu the art
of tnailc, as tbe name of tliii rv&l jierlor
titer will bow for itelf.
Doori open at 7:0. Pcrfonnance at 8.
Tickets, '-'.j and CO cts.
l.i:o Sciil'I.tz, Manager.
L.l).1tlll.H.
! The Mary .McDonald came up light 1 REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVAN
I fftn Memphis and has laid up below tho ! V1U'ESlAiL PACICET S'
law ciiiinot opnrute, and wo seo no way
out ot tli 11 dilemma but to organize a com
mittee oi' fafuty. institute searching in
Unity tntj th torrorism, nnd
discovering tins culprltB hand
them over to bo dealt with bv 1 coal yard.
tho courts. Vo would regret if Carbon- Tho Ilea left yostorday morning early
dile hould become notorious by the en- w'lu our leaded barges,
forcement of tbo Judgments of Judge ' The salo of tbo Glasgow look place yes
Lynch, and hope tbe lawless element of ! 'erday, und sho was sold dirt cheap. Sho
tbat community may be extirpated without I wa purchased by alkcr i Nellls, own
Will open
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872.
Tuition trom $2 to 420 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACU.
No palm will be spared to make it
PLEASANT,
PROFITABLE,
AND SATISFACTORY
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J. M. KODENBAUGII,
Teacher of Wlrd and String InvrumenU.
(See circular.) 11-14 tf.
NTBAMBUATM.
inues ix- reso t to such mi extremity
, BiiKviTm Hon 1). W. Munn is home
;btb street
leave bis County court convenes to-morrow,
iiti. YeitUoii is utlered on tho street ut ton
cents per pound.
hn Lolly ; i)rMll,j ,,, uro ,uId ul flvo and ft
co tn-day half cents 11 iound.
tneriilser-' Only two cuse. ol snmll.nox wero
f 1. v-ttin- tuKcn to tlie pcst-iiou.u yesterday.
tf Tint rn- A Mmix nnd wifo buvo returned from
iiiu i.iugij ow lork titnl uro liookod ut tho St.
' j Cliarles.
The stern wheel ttenmor Glagow n
v'iticetities sold by the U. S. Marshall yesterday for
ay night, .',t,(iOe,li.
ii Ciri-eii- Reil oflite in this city is looking tip,
went six A rat 111 my tnttiitur have been made
11 county, , in the Inst few diys,
j Into the ludgn A.loti'liHS been attending tho
Jackson county circuit court at Murphys-
uoro, tne past ween.
ers of tho Cairo dry docks, for the um ot
2,075. mat they intend doing with her
is not known.
EVANS
The Fast and Elegant I'mf nir Hteamrr
IDLE "W I Xj 3D -
Jack Gkammer, Master.
En. Thomas, Clerk.
MT Leave Cairo for Paducab and Evans
ville, every Thunduy aud Sunday evening,
atti o'clock, ronnecting at Evansville with
a riot, knntvn 1 ot u u viucn, ruiiiivKiiiiu v jutbubviiiv mm
1. ..oi htiown. . llie oullive a1(J cin.nnati packets. For
1 ho httitna, C. Elliott, left last night for freight or passago apply to
Memphis, with u medium cargo , Jamkis Uiuqh PasscnKer Ag1'.
that the
iton is to
December
nit of the
V any tn
ii til you
nnio Into
Muslo last
alls, iniy
there is
. Should
, will be
extent of
I'oLiof. Comir F. Urois presiding
Mult llurk, for being drunk, whs lined 1
mid ootlr, whloli lio paid.
Ren Simmons, drunk, flnod J2 and
Tbo Mary Miller, which sunk at Union
town a few days ago, has been raised und
is now at Louisville.
Tho Powell und barges of coal nro
aground on French island.
The wrecking steamer Salver No, '' has
laid up here. It is not decided yet wheth
er sho will roturn to the wreck of tbo
birge Florence. Thero tiro ubout live tuns
of iron bolts und nuts and it few cans of
powder remaining in the bargii.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT 1SUTCI1EXI,
t'lljr National ltnsik nullming.
B.Klisl attention panl to or. tern trwn trsa !
"ma nntiiioriUv
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH & EVANS
VLLLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The Hue Passenger Packet
ARKANSAS BELLE.
HEN. HOWARD Master
Nkolkv Rui)i Clerk
t3T Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
vide every Tuesday and Friday evening ut d
o'clock, For freight or passage apply on
board or to
JAMK8 Bians, Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MAIL LINE PACKET.
Tbe line low pressure Passenger Packet
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
mciciisra-s.
CHECKS,
All)
STRIFES,
XXNTUOKT JXAK1, FZTBA,
CASSIMER8,
BLACK ALPACAS
ABD
LUSTERS,
GAOSKAIN SILKS,
rOPLINH.
LAROK STOCK OF OARV STING
OILCLOTHS,
M ATTI NO,
WUsdaw Nttadaa,
OILT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMABKH.
Ills BssUre Nlock
AT
' VERY LOW FIGURES.
C0R3ZB 8TH BT. AKD COMMKaOIAL-AV.,
Oalie, IIHsala.
neptltl
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOUT VAH1TV STOCK IK TBI C1TT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Uasrner r Nlatrsi!h (treat aad SDts
snaressu atiiuc,
OAIBO, ILLINOIS.
C.O.PATIER.
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at all
hours of the day and night with iafc teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. F elds asks a share of Dublin natronaire
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strict attention to liitslnesn.
PARKER & BLAKE,
rritriniK
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty. Beualne, IImoIIu",
WINDOW CJIASS.
WINDOW 8UADEB,
Ami the colebrnte illumlntln
AURORA OIL.
UBOsa'vcaDiNn ccp Utii ut. a com
KKKOIAL AV.,
Cairo, .... Ilimoim.
tr
ST. NICHOLAS
co.it. P.ild. ' A SruiKiNO Evidknok of tlm high cs
I IlM.tn Ir. ...l.t-l. 1 in . . . n
Tom GulUgher, very drunk, lined 'l t 1 V. .1 mirier 0k Wtoves uro
. ,. ' I llolU' i,l'eimmcr.kii tiumbcrofihein tbat
11 ud ro.ts, paid.
Phil Popln, c'llored, drunk and dis.
orderly, was lined $5 nnd costs, paid-
Tom Kelly, for tli same offense, wai
fined i- utid costs, Hugave securi y.
Andrew Sinl'li, drUnk, lined $2 and
costs, which amount he paid cheerfully.
Mike Casey was picked up drunk and
1 titled 1 und costs, which was paid by his
""'"ually oldi!0,130 in 16711
I'UUWH
A Umivkm.ai. AitTici.K ur rAnn.
In these day, ,,f rgi(mi eottteiillou it
UuuU, r V'1 ,M'P""IU t" indicate at.
article ol faith upon w,lch .11 sects and
classes wero united. Thtre U one, how.
"J'i."' "very notallo one too, vlr
A belief which Is implicit and universal in
the paramount eUIcaey of that matchless
..UU....VIM . nun ni-cuperani, rlntita-
I . . . .. lliltrj 'IM ....... .1 . -
W. U. PENNINGTON Mast
KJTLcavcs Cairo every Wednesday ami
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Padu nil
and Laniivllle. For freight or passage up
ply on board or to
JAmks HlGOS, Passenger Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
HAIL BOAT.
Th pleadnl steuntr
0T-A.S. FISK,
IDLEW1LD MILLS
Comer Twciity-secoud street and Ohio
A.evee.
;SUPEK10R STEAM DRIED CORN
MEAL
Always on hand, ami at the lowest nurke
pneo. ajmj u xuou amvio
OOW PBBD
Very cheap. Ix;ave ordere at IIALLIDAV
RlltOTHERS, or apply at the u:tll.
RM-dU.
" VUU1 I WOOD I I WOOD I I
Tbe uudMUQf! will furQlsh
ILLINOIS CENTRAL li 11
100 Mile tbe Hborteat Ilusilc
TO CHIGAO-O
ElKbty'MlleatbeHlsurteNt Houte
TO ST.LOUIS
NO CHANGE OK CARS
FKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP CARS
OM CAIHO TO
Cincinnati, i lliDnpolln, Tolnln,
Detroit, CU'tflxnil, Niagara Kallt
IlutWlo, I'iIIhIiUik, U'-u-hlnttnn.
Ksltimiire, I'liHadrlpliin, Suit York,
Boston and all puintii nt.
Milwaukie, Janeaville, Mali.on.
LCroe, Ht. I'aul nail all iolnt north
Ibis U also tbe only direct route to
lftiir, UlnonilnKtoD, Nprinfteld,
H.oria, CJulacy, Keokuk,
Burlinton, Knek ItUad, I.h Halle,
Mtndota, Iiiion, Kreeporl,
OiKMia, Dubuque, Mom ulty,
Oaiaba and all points northwest,
Elecant Drawing Room Slcoping Ca"
On all Night Trains.
Hifgajie Checked 10 alt Important points.
For tickets nod lnformatiu, apply to 1. C, H.It
depot it airo; on board tun trno.it Htenmer be
tweeii Col u mlir i and t'airo, and t tne princip
rallroa I ticket oflleea throiiulinut the voutli,
W. P.JOIIK-llN.Ui-n'l i-shs Ak'I, ClitcaiO
A. Mitcusu, Ueu'l Hup't. CIiIuk-
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND I LLIN OIL-
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Mond"ay, April 24th, 1972
trains will run as follows:
NOHTUKHN DIVISION.
TStiss antaa soctmssst.
Mall. Express,
Leave Vlrtlnia e.to a. m 1:p,m,
8prlnKllelit- 8i0 " 3;ll "
. Tiilorville Ill 6 ' , 6 II '
" 3, If "
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY "WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
Till- houe is newly Uttcd up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
PLAYERS.
Tlie Kaloon Is stocked with tho
IlrainUof
Rest
WINES,
LIQUORS,
nud UIGARS
are compouiuleil In the most approved style
ESrComo and see lor yourself. They keep
on hand a Hue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND IIOL
LAND HERRING.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
arc spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all nro linlttd to partlei.
pate lice ofenurge.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholei'ilo nnd retail, stewed, filed,
limited and linked, raw utid on tho hulMicll,
bv tho can, kcL', box or biiircl, ut Hurry
Vi'alkcr'H St. Nicholas restaurant on Com
mercial avenue. Oytcr in every sty.o ut V
..II . i..,. r.i.. ll... M'.. II-t
I.I J IIUIII 'U'lJ 11 IMIII. J ...I r J ll limv. ins-
rides over the eiilinurv department. As a
caterer he ha no equal, and Hurry 'h ciik.
toniefN cult altviiVK be insured ol it warm
meiil nt auv liour of tho day or iilk'ht, that
'will meet tho requirements and please the
tute ol the uint liotldloiin.
00 TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
RUILDKHS1 SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TKMTH OTHICKT,
roK
Ooont. Nautb, UllHiliL. Hutildlsssra.
EaeUnttcra,(too4l Window iMid Uor
rrstBSM. t'lourlMB, LaUs,
NblBKlfia, Ulnaed Nnab, Ulsssd Hide
MfbU, Ulsssd Tnuiia,
NhIi WelKbta, Hab Fnlllen and Cord
Blind Fiulrnlas;, RooRns;
Fell, KooHnic Onsesst. PlasMrltst;
I'i.mt, fnrfl Veil, While
I.mwI , EJbimiI Oil, Asuerleitis Window
Olataa, CnKllab MUdt'reueb
Flair niiMM, Puttjr, U!aalera Pusssta
Ni wrr lli I'ntent t'lilinneya,
KSc, Etc., Kir.
AOK.N'TS lor Hock Hun l'r CompsDj'
Htianilnni; Kelt and Qutrlt C-incnt
11. W Jotin'i. Uiprorml Koonou alwaftoD
hxnd.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
JIanufucttireri of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
LUMBER.
Having tho solo rlirhtln this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
Die bent Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to lurnMi at all times, ou
tho hhurtent notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMUEH.
Attention Is called to our stock ol
AMI
CYPRESS FLOORING
I. timber delivered to any part ol tbe city
Orders received ut the odlce ol
SAEEORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
corner of 3s th
atnriAiblm.
at that of the company,
I'ri'i'liind Ohio levee
COAIm
CAIRO CITY COAL
S. WALT EltS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
a esory ilescrlpllen,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTtt
D00118, SASI1, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished en iorlfst notice.
Couiuieroial-av, but. 10th and llth-its., :
OAIKO ILLINOIS).
Tdr
II1SAT NTMKfH.
SAM WILSON,

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