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THE CAIRO DAgrrijftfLiB LLM, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
CA1BO BULLETIN.
9 MX U. OMtLY, Mltr m4 lHAHtha
bout to bava J
and
tlte
TMKJM Of THE DAIl.t ilULLKTIN I
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One yearly aarrter, taadvauce...... MM
OaVHIiirHtr iteFttW la
.baaa 1W
that ttafStai
by th.14
whku B.urA U ealllWd.
" PKRmjNaL.
aid
VMTWj
- JeAa aL Martr kaa raetaearf Mm eabterlfr.
la Om DeBar par aawf, mwh
eheaatet pap ir aejhllsaa 4 to BtIsera-Uaolt
ti imaAf ofiiii'ii u i,37a,0T3.
Savxx btiaaUwaawltoni of tugar
an coMttmad tajaSrfra wry year.
Til 'Illlaotf' Tta Journal' it tbe
aaraeof aaew IndafVrlat and commercial
newspaper, publltbed la Bloomington
Tba paper U under able aiitorlal manage
neat, and feraaeett an attractive "and tub.
itantlal appearance. It 1IU a vacancy in
the Jrarnailia of the itate, aid deserves to
tueceed. ,
Amovo the rumor gaining crodlt in
SpringuMd and elsewhere ii onethat Gov.
0lWYi"t6VW Vf"ia the pfetent
ionth'i 'alTleit, the "Peoria 'Transcript'
aye that he intends to lead to the alter a
r tna
beautirui an! accomplitnM lady, which
rasans, we suppjte, in plain wordt, that
the new govcraor of Illinoii it to bo mar.
Tut CMeagft venlag 'Journal' clauei
a.Newtea Gatey theeqiare-tied Sour
boa maaaaaror.tha legltiatura from thit
Aletvict, a 'Republican. Anticipating
tba toaMgaaat denial of Mann. Mouton
and4 Potter, thot peculiar guardiant of
para Democracy la thit ttate, we protest
agmlart the libel ofour MsundCity friend
Mr. Casey it not a republican. Ha ttandt
Irmly bv the time-honored and time-worn
'party of Jtffsrsont and neither Judge
OfatajMr Judge Allah it louder In pro
testation of devotion to "principle ' than
yr.Catey.
We 'hare received the Ant number of
the 'Observer published in Parbondale by
R-t Andrew Luce, Mr Luce purchased the
Cirbondala.'New Era' from iolin Barton
and for reasoni which ha details, changed
tha i.ame of-the 'New Era' to that of the
Observer,' under which same it will ap
pear la future. In a rather lenglbly 11 In
augural" Mr. Luoa tet forth the aims,
principle aad, plana of tba "Olterver.1. In
p ilitics, If we rightly understand, the pa
ptr it to be Independent Republican ; that
is, it upholds the party in what It has done
la the-yait, but'mekee no promts
to do to in the future, except
la1 each meaiufet as tball appear
the 'Observer' to be '-true, pure and up
ri jht." The paper makes lis first issue i
handsome typographical atyle and make
up, and will, thtre is reason to believe,
becoaw a paying institution.
utile mated MM to aitn i.
v-T sZi - . :t
uur-nonw jvaf eniten. .
hat
Si Haver tlall'a a1clal service
citendtd over twenty year.
Thirty tons of hui(lib walnut! wait
raiaed la Lu Angeltt latt sewn.
t?illl Mve't frletidt assert that the
raeneee of hit ra election U Ue senate r
eaoelleat.
iiannhla hat a nasro rjraacher who
calls himself Henry Ward lKeouer No. 'i,
and he draws lull houses.
-Tha rltfhtful heir to tba thrino of the
Smdwicb islands la William Huuailu, an
incorrigible drunkard.
- The district-attorney of Philadelphia
is comptlinnie4 because ue bet convicted
a gambler within the year.
-Tills dispatch wat sent from Portland
to Chicago, Christmas day: "kettle's
present appeared this morning. Very
handsome. Fifteen pounds. A little Sam
uel."
-A vountt man in the custom-house,
who wi to be examined for promotion to
tbep-ititton or ciiier coiresponaeni, tele
graphed from Brooklyn to-day as follows :
'Won't be over to-day, ain't bmue yester
day Vet." The place was reserved for
Dim. ew lorn commercial Auverutir.
George Vreelatid, the octogenarian
milllunaire. who baa several timet bwn In
the courts of New York and Mew Jnrtey
as defendant in aulu fur divorce and
breach of promise, bat been recently mar
ried a third lima to a young wio.ow. ue
It now In Florida on bis wedding tour.
The bridegroom iselghty-six years of ae,
and is at bale and hearty at a man ot
arty.
One of the most brilliant and charm-
In? receptions or New Tear't day, Brown's
Young Man wrilet us, wat at General
Sherman's, w'uere th-y received by pla
toon, liavinc nearly all inecherming lauiet
of m military turn toasiist. Mist Little
Sherman, who is a -"debutant," atsi-lrd
her mother, and on the stuff were Airs.
Andenreid, Mrs. Uszn, Mrs Bacon, Miss
Whelan. and soiiih flv- hundred other
chnrminK ladies. The Capital.
Of Mr. Bailey's accepted model for a
statue of Giintjrel Utwllns, Mr. Fisk Mills
wrlt-s: "The mdel represents a srindie
shanked mm, seven feet in height, with a
coat-tall which his posteriors hardly re
cob n 1 7., standing in an awkward position.
and look ne for all the world line a rebel
euerrilla: no pretentions to a liknness of
the nob e Jttw ins: in tnori, a nure tin
wnrthv to stand even as a centre-piece of
a fountain at tha capital or the nation."
Eteann Fletcher Bishop, Indignant
that the bodies of the poor women who
narlshed in the Centre ttreet Are were suf
fered to remain under the ruins, wrote to
a New York paper requesting that a meet
ine be cal'ed, when she said, "we will arm
ouelves with plck-sset, shovels and re
volvers, and I will lead you to the ruint
whern the sacred remains of the hard
working eirls are buried, and we will
rescue them from the ruins, and we will
hoot every brute who dares to interfere,
with our holy worK.
tt hmby erven. that tlHawIt avl g-
I xn uhts in ssra par-
tnent of a portion of . tho
a
ant
made fur laore thaa elstv days
tnpnt of a nortloa
amount eecured to 2 be pal i by
certain atorta-an executed br Frank 11
t-amp to Samuel HiaaU Taylor an l E wln
ranwaa. irwweeiWfj.vairejL.iiy rropwrj,
dstcd March 10,. IBM, and recorded (a the
reconletas . la and -lor Alexander
rounty, In the state ol 'Illinois, la book, L of,
lamed, raid tntttees. will oa Krldav. the'
24th day of January next. A. D. 18T3, at 10
irciora in sue lorcnO'in or mat uay, under
and liv Virtue of the nowereraale'roBtalned
In sal J mortgage, self at pul.llc auction 1 1 the
hlliet bidder, fercah,attheoHoe,bulldtag
ttt said trustee, corner of Wahlntioa ave
nue and tlgbteenth atrcet, In the city of
cairo, in Alexander counij anu aiaie or Illi
nois, all the rlrht, tlte and Interest of said
Kraiik Ilsncsinj), r.r bis aMlgns, In and to
lot numbered 3 (three,) in block numbered
40 (forty,) lu aald city ot (.'aim, aci-ordlnir to
ine recoruou piai mereoi, wnn ine sppune.
nances, to satisfy tlie purputea and condl
tloaofsaldmnrtgjiirc. ; ,
8.SIAATsVAYI.On,
KOWIN I'AUSONS.
Trustees of the t!alro City rroperty.
Dated Cairo, lllluols. Decemb r 30, 187.
12-3ldtd.
Home Advertisement:.
ssl-.ia;t LASs.ul's.
LIMK
CEMKNTI
TII8ILLINOIS LEGISLATURK.
MTeTweiitjrnigblh general assembly of
t'lt state of Illinois, convenes to-iay.
Gov. Pilsaer's valedictory message will be
-laid before the two bouies oa Thursday or
Frieaj,.ad Gov.,01etby will Uke bit
seat on Monday, and deliver bis inaugural
addratt. The ttata offlcialt to be inaugur
ate are Bicbard J. Ogleiby, governor ;
John L. BeverlJge, lieuttnant-governor -,
0-fge TI. i Harlow, secretary of
ttate; Cbarlet E. Llppincott, auditor,
XI ward Bute, treasurer ( Jimss K. El
ell, attorney general. The senate num.
brs flfty-oae teaatort; the house, one
a mdred' 'aad f ylhre representatives-
Tnere is a Republican majority of fifteen
& tba senate, and of twenty-five In the
bus?, which gives a total on joint ballot
f forty Republican" majority. Among the
important buslnets the Joint legislature has
before it, it the election of a United States
senator to take tha place of Bon, Lyman
Trumbull, whose term axpiret on the
fourth of next March. Important mat
tert pertaining to the commercial and
other interests of the state, will alio come up
during the teislon, which, it it expected.
will continue about three montht,
JAMES ROSS,
OA.PBGIRARDBAU AND ILLIftO.
LIMB!
CommeroUl-iT., Foot of Eleventh-et.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for tale at the
vanr IcwMt figure for cash.
BEJIIS, BROWN & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS.
Agents Home Cotton Mills.
notice
Is bcrebv siren that default havine jeen
made lor more than sixty days In the pay.
mentor n portion of the amount secured to
lie ptld by a certain mnrtjraKC executed by
John P. 1 aggai t to Samuel Staata Taylor and
Edwin Pardons, trustees of the Cairo City
Prop rty. dated Nov. It. 1804. and recorded
lu tho recorder's office, in a dior-AIexaudcr
county, in the ttutc ol Illinois. In book r ol
deeds, on pni(e liK2,c4c.,we, the tindeilirned
iruuees, win n rnuay, me xitn uay or Jan
uary next. A. D. 187U. at 10 o'eloek In' the
lorenoon of that day, under and by lrtiie of
ine poweroi saiec iiiiaincuin sum monifaKr,
sell at public auction, to tho hlglicnt bidder,
for cash, at the offleu bi'.lldir.g ot said trus
tees, corner of Washington avenue aid
Ki hlecntli street, Ir, thu city of Lrtto, in
Alexander county and ttate of lllinoin, all
the rixlit. title aud Interest ( f said John I
lagguri. or uu asigns, in anu to lots num
bered lOfninetecn.l-iOfhventv.) 21 (twenty-
one.) 2J (tvcnty-tivo.) 21 (lw-cnty-tlirej,)and
me rirsi auuiuou to me iiij oi wmru, according-to
the recorded plat thereof, with
the aii.. rtenan .es, to satlsly the purposes
aud condition of mi. I inortKaKC
8. bTAAISTAYI.OK,
KUWINPAltSOSy.
Trustees of the Calroclly Property.
Dated i.'alro, ll.lnol, December 30, 1872.
.IiMldtd.
NOTICH
It- hereby given that default having been
made for more than sixty days In the pay.
mciit ol a portion of the amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Joseph Mi-Kcnx-e to Samuel Staats Taylor
and Kdwln Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
City Property, dated September 13, 1S6.1. Mid
recorded In the recorder's office, In and for
Alexander county In the state or Illinois, in
book P of deed, on page 110. etc., we, the
undersigned said trustees, will on Friday,
the 21th d iy or January next. A. D. 1873, at
10 o'eloek In the forenoon of that duy, under
and by virtue of the power ornate contained
In said mnrtxaire, sell at publli auction to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the office build
ing of said trustees, corner of Washington
avenue and Eighteenth ttreet. In the city of
Cairo, In Alexander count and stale of 1111
nol'. all the rizht. title and Intercut r mid
Joseph McKenzle or bis assign-, li-andto Iota
numbered i- tnitecii,) 10 (-txtecn,) and 17
(sevente -u.) In block numbered 2 ( wo,) in
the Fourth addition to the said city ol Cairo,
accordlmt to the recorded plat thereof, with
the uppuricnan :e. to satisfy the purposes
auu tuuuiuoH oi aaiu laonKOxe
8 HI AA Is rATl.Oll,
EDWIN I'AUSONS,
TruBteet ot the Culro City Property.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 3t, 172.
12-aidtd.
73.FALLANttiWlNTEBU
CHAN NY.
LAROK STOCK,
BROWN SU1ITIMG8,
PRINTS,
TZOKIXTOS.
OHKCKS,
an
STRIPES,
KMTVCKY JIAVa, riTBA,
OA8SIMIRS,
ITIsA-XTITSXiS.
BLACK ALPACAS
LUSTERS,
GRO&1KAIN SILKS,
rssrMNrs.
LARUE STOCK OF 0AR1-STING
OIL CLOTHS,
hTATTIHO,
Wltsslaw Msaelaa,
GILT 8AWIM,
NOTTINGHAM LAOR
4
DAhUBKa.
UU I
stir BtsMk
av
Home Adrertstements.
1sJHtai4rsslk A.s uhH tMHIMJ.
UALLLDAY BUOIUERS
GENERAL AGENTS
KORWARDING and COMMISSION
MBI1VMABJTB.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And aaeaia ef
lito atvr.n ajck kanawha
salt aoM-asj-iEia.
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
Corner Twenty-second ttreet
Levee.
Bloke,-who killed Fisk, and whoie trial
eaata to a close In Naw Yoik on Saturday
last, wat convicted of murder In the fi it
ils.raeVand oa Monday, the 6th Instant,
was sentenced by Judge Bosrdman to be
banged on Friday, the 31th day of Febru
ary next. The verdict and stntenco
equally surprise the public, who have
come to regsrd avmtyai an almost ctrtaln
meant of escape, to Its possessors, from the
peaalty fif any violation, whether light or
flagrant, of the lawt. Stokes' guilt of the
.murder of Fisk baa been an accepted fact,
and all eforts of hit counsel to prove otb
'VWlilfhaVi f Ljr their "very Uaitparency,
aarved only to provoke ridicule oi
ghastly subject, but In spite of this moral
eon victim,- the, verdict aad the sentence
ara unexpected rtiulu of a trial in which
tba aaople had lost Interest from ,affore
gnaa coacluilon btt Justice would be
In aM anraal combat with Stoket'
''ShwMf.'sTlty far Ua eeademned man
Vri.titm awakaaad by tba thought
f1a1ialaailawi,wlll pot Ittitn
At 'tswl fatwaaUa that aaturdtrtr It
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo,
l-3-2m. .
lilt.
1DLEW1LD MILLS
NUIll.K
Is hereby given that default having been
made for more than klxty day in the pat-
me nt or a portion or the am sunt secured to
lie paid by a certain mortgage executed by
r.rtin jiaxeii 10 aainu"! riaai l ayior and
K.lurin I'arnom. tr utees of the Cilro City
Pronertv. dated SeDtemlier 10. 1S6.1. ami
recorded In tho recorder' office. In and for
Alexander rounty. in the state ol Illinois, In
book K. ol deed'', on pagit2l!, etc., we. the
undersigned said tniitees, will, on Friday,
the it III day ol Jaiman- nrxt, A. I)., 18.3, at
10 o'clock in the foren ion of that day, under
anu or vinu.i 01 uir iioweroi saie eoniainei
In raid mortgage, self, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cab, at the office
building of naid Tnintees, corner of Wash
ington atcnue and Eighteenth street, in the
City or Calm. In Alexandercounty and sUte
or flllnoln, all the right, title and Inte-est ol
aid Krtin Jlsxtvell or his assigns. In and to
lot numbered H (Three), in block n'imliej cd
48 (lorty-elght), in the first addition to said
city ot Clro, according to the recorded plat
thereof, with th appurtenuneen: to salirry
thu purposes and conJltionol Mild Mortgage.
H. STAATS TAYI.OU.
EDWIN PAItSONS.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated. Cairo, Ills., December 30, 1872.
12-Ul-dtd
VRRY LOW FIGURES.
CORN IK &TH BT. AD COMMiaCXAWT.,
Calrss, llllsiala.
Milt
UAN fITTEMK.
II. T. UEROUL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
BSitSa IB
tiAJt nxTikaai,
Osa Vitur'e aaa Plambsrs esatenet, Wpod
pami , rIom aaa an eaiv-s, stop
eoeks,ehek vaues,ete.
ata aeaar rea
fWNa nvsttlteva ratassl lry hsm Mete
tad Btoreiioase, Welts A Cos tatomsUe Waut
Indlealnr anl Hopply VIt for Ura hollars,
wt ' Hl.nra. roMussriiuisssi
HVTt'llKKSt.
IIYLAND & SAUER,
BUTCHERS
AMD DBALKM IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th ttreet and Commercial avenu )
next door to the llyland saloon.
11-U tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
btjtchbr
freVhmkat,
KtOBTH STBSET, BrrWBBH WAaUIMOTOh
A1IO COUUBKCIAL AVKKUBS,
tslJalalsiB Bl Ummmf sms Hastw'
keep the best or tut. fork, Mutioa Veal
Cmh, Sau, ate., -ad ara prepared to srr
-iiisnp in inn mw norNfireni rnnntir.
and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
MEAL.
Always on hand, and at the lowest marke
price. ADO a koou anicia ui
OOW FEED
Very cheap. Leave orders at UALLiDAT
DKOTIIUU, or apply at the iUL
ICMhIU.
II. M. UULEr,
MERCHANDISE BROKER
axd
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Purchasing for Merchants a speciality.
Office t 110 Ohio Levee, CAIIIO, IU.S.
Orrtefereners, Cairo Merchants
MMli K
Is hereby given that default having been
made fur more than sixty days In the pay
ment ot a portion of tho amount secured to
be oalil bv a certain mortKiieu executed bv
Warren C. Dunning to Samuel Hisstt Taylor
and Edwin Parsons, trustees of the Culm
Cliy Property, dated November Htb. 1604,
and recorded lu the recon'ore office, In and
for Alexander county. In the stutc of lllinoin.
In Book K,' of dee is, on page 388, etc., we,
the undersigned said trui-iees, win on rn
day, the 24th day or January next, A. D.,
1873, at 10 o'clock In tbe forenoon of thai
day. under and by trtue of the power ol
sale contained in tald mortgage, sell, at pub
lic auction, to tha blithest bidder, tor cash.
at the office building ofsald trustees, comer
ot Washington avenue anu eighteenth street,
in tne city or Cairo, in Alexander countv
aud state of Illinois, all the riirtit. title and
Interest of suld Warren V. Dti'mlmr or hl as
signs, in and to lots numbered ill (thirty-one ,
and 82 (thirty-two), in block numbered 73
tseventv-ibree.l in said city or Cairo, accord.
Inir to the recorded plat thereof, with the
appuriena.ices. to satlsf)- tho purposes and
couuiuon ot said m'lngage.
K KTAATts TAYI.OU,
EDWIN I'MtSilNS.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated. Cairo, Ills., December 30, 1872.
12-31-dtd
NO IICK
.hereby given that default having been
FRED ROSE
No. 104 Coumxxciai. AVENOr,
French, Scotch and American caslmeret
of all colors, and beaver aud b.oad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON II AND,
Aud made up In tbt
LATEST STYLE,
And at the lowest price, A fine It and first
class work guaranteed. Satisfaction In ev
lyrespect warranted.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CUILDREN,
ElORTR It., Dt. com: A Wais.,
CAIRO, QX1N0U.
Rat Just opened a saw aad stylish ettab-
i.saateai, ruuy up to ma umes, anu invite
old esjataaMia and aew, ladles, children aad
iu, to favor bub wiu weir panrentfeh.
tatTAU walk deM la Ue Lateet Mytc.
made lor more tlisn sixty days In the pat
mentor a portion ol tho amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Joseph Mc tenzle to Samuel Stasts Taylor
anu r.uwin rar)n, irusiccs oi tne Cairo
CItv Pronertv. dated March 16lh. 181(5. and
recorded in the recorder's office. In and tor
Alexander l ounly, In the slate of lllinoin, In
book P, of deeds, on page lt.v etc.. we, the
unurrsigneii saiu irumees, win, on r naay
the Still day ot January, next, A. !., 1873.
at 10 o'clock In the fort-noon of that day, un.
derand by virtue of the power of sale con
talned In said mortgage, tell, at public auc
ton. to the highest bidder, for cash, at the
office building al said trustees, corner of
Washington avenue and Eighteenth street
in tbe city or Cairo, In Alexander county
and state of Illinois, all the right, title nd
Interest of said Joseph McKcnzio or his as
signs, in anu to lots numnejva rj (tinny
two), 33 (thlrty-thr. e), and 34 (thl ty-four).
In block numbered 2 (two), in tho fourth ad.
dltlon to suld city ol Cairo, according to the
recorded plat thereol, with the appurtenan
ces to satUfy the purposes and condition ol
ssiu mortgage.
8. 8TAAT.4 TAYLOR,
EDWIN I'AUSONS,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated. I'alro, Ills, December 3o, 18,3,
1-J.31.dtd
TAXKS. 1872.
The tax books tor the current year hav
ing been placed In my hands, I would re
DcctfUlly eair the attention or tax-navera ta
section IG of the laws ol 1872, which pro.
tides that where parties own personal prop,
ertv at well'as real estate, tho nersonsl timn.
ertyuiustflr.t lie detirulned before tbe real
etite can be told. I HI A LI. TIIEUKOHK,
after the FIRST DAY OF FEUKUAItY
NEXT, commence to destraln for snob taxes
In conformity with said section. Tax-nsv.
em by paying due regard to this notice will
save both trouble and .out, a the law upon
the subject Is Imperative. 'I he books ara
oprn at my once, umce tiourt from I
o'clock a. B. toft o'clock p. m.
a l, X U, fltVlN, CaLartor, .
Csira.Dti. 11,1171. dlw,'
JAMES KiT.NAbTON,
GUTCBBB AKH DXALIB tW ALL KlVDO 01
FaatH MKATa.
Comim MutaiawTB and VortM STt.,
CAQtO, ILLINOIS.
Huts and slauehtera onlv the best ea'tb
hogs and sheep, and It prepared to fill an)
demand ror rresn meats u-o&a one pound v
ten thounand pounds.
flstao. Ir.ttwois.
N. B.TUI8TLBWOOU.
J.TUtSTLKWOOU.
TII1STLEW00D k CO.,
OEXEBAI.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DXALXM ta
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
7SOkU tn, CAino. ILL.
(. P. MATHUM. c
a. o .cut
MATHUSS k UUL,
I'oii'WA.RDiiira-
AM aBMBBAL
COMMISSIONM ERCHANT8
OKALKES s
IAY AND WE8TERN PRODUCE
4S . IS.
LAWVRttb.
LINEGAR, MUNN A POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
Ctrs, llllsiela.
GREEN k GILBERT,
ATTORNKYfa
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Gresa, 1
William B Gilbert, r
Miles F.OIlbert, )
CAIRO, lU.tNOW.
atrflpeoia. atteatien givea te Admirslty and
If FtO OHIO LBVaa, ROOMS 7 AUD 8 OTKB
niTT wanowai. atwa.
noT siTsswrss.
8AM WILSON,
1?
BOAT STOltKB
sees
OlUClltll.
J. M. PHILLIPS CO.,
(uecsssors te K. B. Bsadrieas A Co.)
Forwardinc and ConimissioL
MERCHANTS,
aaa
WOARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS
aS Llbsral Atssneeniaais made
Pb Bu CuBilKameals.
Are prepared te reci. tors aad lenrard
heliihts to all pelota and bay and
sell on eommlMioa,
aTBuainu ilndi to prnnpUy;
IIomAdvrtiaements.
St St I tsN,
(D
5
CO
qrifjos '9
-p.e.T-
U. A. 'JUNN1NGIIAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AXD PKALU VI
HAT, OATS, COBW
CAIRO,
AND MILL FEED.
. . . ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
aaa
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN 0. PULLIS & SON,
iHuoeessors to John B. Phlllis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING HERCUANTS
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Cok.
TKNTD-ST. av OHIO LEVI
CAIRO, IU.
PROVISIONS fTC.
Haw U
Ome Larvae
Otian, IrL
SUlSSo
CAIRO CITY COAL
coz&jpjLisrsr.
Ii prepared to
snrplj cuslemet with th
quality or
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
GOAL.
ORDERS laft at Mtlllday Brat. ooa, 7
ohio uvn, or at the Coal Yard below tha
', Cbarlet Hotel, will receive proawt attea
WOOD RITTENUOUSE & BllO
FLOUR
Geueral Commiwion Mercbanls
l!t OHIO LKVRK,
THE
CAIRO TRICE CURRENT
ISSUED 8EMI-WKEKLY.
DAYS OFISSUETUE'DAY AND FRIDAY
0ce In the Bulletin Bulldinc, corner ol
Twelfth St. aad Washington ave.
Furnished la quantities to suit tubierll,
ei, with their card at the nesu or ine arst
column; Price 4 per hundred, payable
a s
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2 2
CO T.
Homo Advertisements.
HAMMtK.
CRYSTAL SALOON
AMD
READING ROOMS.
MICHAEL COYNE, Propriator.
(OLb POT OFHCI dTAITD.)
Comer Sixth ttreet and' Commercial Ave.
The best brands'e. Clears, choice Wlnet,
Liquors, etc., always on hand,
.K3FOptn day aad nbjht. JEM '
OLD DKLMONIL'O
AIO0N AND READING ROOMS
''0,J!L7i!i,if,el!Bd WINTER'S BLOCK.
VVUtHiv vase a sk e
PARKER & MONTAGUE
PrAprltiori
1 m
ryThu best brands of Clian, cholee
tvlnes, Liquors, etc., always oa band U
EL DORAlO
ItTLLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM.
lOHl aiATBB, rrsrUCr.
tot Onmmereisl Avsaoe. CAIRO, ILLIMUI8
HmI hrsod or Cslirr C(eratu reesisvL
Itll.l.lARD saloon furnished With tbe l-est
ol Utiles : and liar supplied with wines, llquoit
an-i eiirar oi inene-i nrac
THiu
LITTLF KENTUCKJAN
SALOON
AMD
(Open Day and Nlgbt)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and 0th street,
CAIRO, ILLS. .
MEALS AT ALL UOURS.
A fino new Dlnlns Hall with every con
venience bs been added to this popular
Itestaurslit, and tbe RUests will 8a t every
requisite lor their accomodation.
THE UILL OF FARE
consists of etery substantial aad delicacy ot
we season.
THE BAB
u ruppUtd with the
CHOICEST LIQU0RS.W1NES 2c CIGARS
7Mlxed drutka prepared with care.
11-18 tl.
BILLI BBa).
j ST. NICHOLAS
a 2
a co
Etaollsbed, November 18, 1872
CAIEO
CONSERVATORY
or
MUSIC.
On tbe corner of 12th street and Waahlpgton
avenue, opponlte llulielln otflce.
it ,n. Tkn TtM "HOMTADE" WU nsiaif coal I avmlUtanU.
awagaMa U ataaiara at aay heur. ( atLtave orden M BMraUx oi iaMM
Will open
5IONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, Wi.
Tuition Irom 2 to 20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No palm will be spared to make It
PLEA8ANT,
PROFITABLE,
AND SATISFACTORY
to all concerned.
N. P. CURTICE. Director.
Teacher or Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
J.M. RODENRAUQU,
Teacher of Witd and Striug- Ins ruments
(See circular,) tl-ll tl
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH. STREET,
BXTWX1K WAtH' AVIMCK AMD WAlKtM
Dr. B. F. rislds Informs tat publie th he tin
opened a
LIVERY STABLE,
oo the northwest side or Tenth strs-t as nam
tova.
His Btahlsa will be furnlsued with Boca but th.
BEST ITOIELSES
AND GOOD VEUICLE8.
and the nubile tniv hn ajimnntl1A mt ftl
hours of the day and nbjbt with tale teams!
vm uv luweni lerulS.
Dr. Fields askaa share of publlcpatronaflt
and will ndea or to merit It by (air iUutliaM
asd atrfct atteatloa to btutaeta.
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY WALKER CO, Prop'rt.
This house Is newly 8 tied up with twe-excelkat
BILLIARD TABLES
And two flae
JENNY LIND TABLES.
The saloon It stocked with tha. Us
Brandt of
WINE8,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
mixed usuries
are compounded in tbe most approved style
larCome and see lor vourttlf.pi
SUnWEITZER CflEESK AND HOL
LAND UERRING.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
are spread mornlnir and evening at 10'
o'clock, at which all are InvlUd to partici
pate free of charge.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At whelcsile and retail, stewed, fried,
broiled and baked, raw and on the halMiell,
by the ran, ketr, box or barrel, at Harry
walker's Nleliotas restaurant on Com
mercial avenue, cvstera In every sty.e at
all hour day or nlKht. Han y Walker pre
sides over the culinary department. At a
caterer be bat no equal, and Harry's out.
tnmers can nlwayt be assured ot a warn
meal at any hour or the day or night, that
will meet the requirements and please the
tsste ol the most faslidiout.
WAG .. MANUFACTORY.
For Sato at Wholesale or Retail.
COBNBK 32D-ITMBT AND 910 LIV II
Cairo, XlHsoU.
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