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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1873
CAIRO BULLETIN.
LOCAL WK1TIEB BEPO-T.
U, S. Sin. flBR., Orrkiivkr's nrricc. f
Cairo, Feb. 12, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
lUfoatltr 29:80.
Thermometer 31 decreet.
Wind northwest, velocity 7 miles per
hour. ,
Weather, cloudy.
Maxtattm temperature Uit 24 hours, at
10:11 p. Bf llUi, 89 decreet.
MIbIcmur temperature, Uat 24 lionrt, t
-. ta.,28 degrees.'
l'reTatHag wind last 21 hourt, northwest.
Tet lumber of miles wind travelled, list
21 hoar, 967.
Total rainfall last 21 hours 1.25 Indies.
Thomas L. Watson, Ohscrver.
Laxob tock of dry goods at C. Hanny's.
P.O. Thompson of tho New Orleans aud
Gull railroad, was In the city yesterday.
TVantxd to Bent. A furnished house.
Address L., box 005. 2-7tf.
Jcwett Wilcox is In the city and will stay
to attend the Coterie masquerade on Friday
night.
A. Mitchell, supcrlutcndant ot the Cairo
and Vlacenncs railroad, was In the city yes
rday. ,
MaJ. Lee, supcrintendsnt ol the Cairo nnd
Vlncennes railroad Is hooked at the St.
Charles.
Wanted. A white girl to do general
bouse work lu small family. Address liox
743 r. o.
Handsome line of dress goods at lfcts
at O. Hanny's.
II. Cuhl had a light attack of varioloid,
lie has rccosered entirely, and was out ou
the streets yesterday.
Nancy Mack and Amanda Hart iild u fine
of f 10 each, yesterday, for belli;; Inmate ot
a house of bad reputation.
Mr. Arthur Uoyle has received the con
tract lor the masonry work of the round
house orthe C. & V. railroad.
DENTON .
February 13-14-15-10-17-18-10.
For Sale. The cottago now standing on
lot 0 block 49, near corner Washington ave
nue and Tenth street. Enquire ut this of
fice. The city council night before last refused
to accept the saloon bond of John Curran,
on the ground that the securities were insuf.
Sclent.
Labor stock of wool blankets at down
price at C. llanny's.
The Denton lecture on Friday evening
will commence at 71 and close at 81 o'clock,
In order that those desiring may attend the
Coterie.
Lost. long, brown, natural curl. The
finder will be suitably rewarded by lcavltig
ainic at the store of
ELLIOTT ii llAYTUOUX.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
ST. CHARI.X8.
Dr. Homer, K ARtce, Indiana; E 1 Stout,
Cincinnati; O V Fox, Clinton, Ky; I) Home,
Now Uork; Jno Branch, EnMlty; J Haines,
Washington, Ills; I liocher, Feorloj Dr II C
"cilery nnd family, Nortn Carolina; Wm
Mullcry, New York; Jesse Whitehead, J 1)
Whitehead, Chicago; WHOIhbertnndlady,
Davenport. Iowa; F Anderson, Mcmpl.l ;
Tlios L Heal, St Louis, SUiO V railroad;
A Mitchell, I O railroad; A Grldly and wife,
Bloomingtnn; Jno Lee, Jr. OA V railroad;
J Wilcox, St Louis.
DENTON LECTURES.
Thursday evening, February 1R "Reve
lations or Geology Rcga ding Man."
Filday evening "Origin and Cure ol Kill
Geologically Fed.'
Saturday evening "Future ol our
I'lanct."
Sunday evening That groat and Interest
ing lecture "Tho Scientific Eildcncc ol
Man's Futuro Existence."
Monday evening "The Utstorr ot the
Bible."
Tuesday evening "The Cnlveral Rcllg
Ion." Wednesday evening "What Shall 1 Do to
Be Saved V
At the close of those lectures, any qitof
I'ons may he asked by anyone desiring to do
so. We say to the public and Irlcnds that
our only object Is to promulgate truth.
Denton LECTtmr. Committee.
Wanted To relit a furuUhcd room, by
u couple of gentlemen, with or without
board. Address 11. S. M. BULLETIN office.
ii-12-3t-
Tlios. L. Bcale, general baggage-master ol
Uie St. Louis aud Southeastern and Cairo and
Vlncennes railroads, Is booked at the St.
Charles.
Laurr stock of brown doinostlcs at C
JIauny's.
Fon Sale. My entire stock of groceries,
saddle.", harness utid farming Implements, at
wholesale or retail. D. Abtkk.
2-S-lra.
Gen. A. Grldly and wife paused through
here yesterday on their way to New Orleans.
Get. Grldly Is a prominent banker ot Bloom
lugton, Illinois.
Halt! Masijuekadeks I Masqncrade
costumes, and false ficc-nusks lor sale or
hiro during the season nt John Sehecl's
hall. Jautt-lni
The pay car of the Illinois Central railroad
made its appearance yesterday evening and
distributed greenbacks among the laborer
at a lively rate.
Mr. James Mason uud Miss Jennie Mc-
lntlro wero last night united in the lidnds ot
matrimony by tho ltcv. F. L. Thomson, at
theresldenco of Mr. A. C. Coleman,
Larou stock of cuitalus and damask's at
C. Uanuy's.
TheTurncrs' masquerade ball will be held
at the St. Charles hotel, Instead of John
Seheel's hall as stated heretofore. Persons
holding tickets will govern themselves ac
cordingly. 2-12-lw
Anordinancc was passed on Monday night
by the council giving licence to tho Illinois
Central Itailroad company to run its track
from the main track to its land outside the
levee, between Eighteenth and Twenty-sixth
rirects.
Our young people- aud a lew who are cot
young, ore making elaborate prepaiations
for the masquerade Friday night. Kxpecta
tiou runs high, and It Is believed the affair
will be, decidedly, the event of the season
in Cairo. One Jenkins has his eyes about
him, even in advance of the occasion, aud
has discovered that seventy-fite selected
cottumes for Friday night, arrived last eve
uiug from St. Louis.
Handsome line or Oa.htneres ut C. Han.
nf'"'
There is no use talking. The weather Is
past all comment. Last week we were en
joying days which would have done credit,
lu the way ol sunshine, etc., to the "merry
month or May." Night before last, n rain
t-ct In, yesterday morning it turned to sleet,
and to a few hours to snow, and by noon the
ground was covered with an evcu depth of
two inches. At this writing, the sMes are
dull aud the atmosphere chilly.
Another very fair audience listened to
Prof. Denton's lecturo last evening, the sec
ond one ou "The Origin ot Man." Tho Ice.
turer answered the questions propounded bv
the 'Sun' of last evening, satlsf.ctorllly no
doubt to himself and those who agree with
him, and then mado an offer of half ol any
or his evenings to any of the clergy of the
city who desire to take lime with him on
uny of his subject. The offer is a f.lr one
and ought to bo accepted by some one or
more or our city ministers.
FOU BALK.
A farm of 80 acres, in Johsnou county, 11
linois. 0 miles west of Vienna ncorthn
golu road, two log houses, smoke house and
stable, cistern an I plenty of stock water,
Thirty acre In cultivation and fine orchard
of selected fruit. Fllty acres of good tlm
bcr. Can bo bought for WOO, H application
be made Id 10 days, tho timber aud orchard
are worm tue money. c. ackehman,
2-12 8t Vienna, Illinois.
hlmtogoup'to tho sunken tcmer Andy
Johnson at l'rlco's landing, He was t)
leave with bis armor last night.
The Warner lal U here yesterday cleaning
out her boilers. She has three barges loaded
with sugar, molasses, etc., for the Ohio
river.
Tho John Kllgour had 400 tons of freight
lor tho Ohio river, and a fair trip of pascn-
IJCM.
The Boo left "for St. Louis having tti tow
barges No. 40 and 49.
The St. Joseph came In with a full trip ol
merchandise for Cotummts and lllckmau,
and returns from tho latter place.
The ldhulld wcqt Up Willi a light freight
trip and a good number ol passengers.
Tho Cleiicoo will take tho Andy Johnson's
trip to Its destination and the Johnson re
turns to St. Louis for repairs.
The City of Chcstcrsaysthc Great Hcpuh
lie left Chester soon nftrr her nnd thinks she
got aground at Liberty Island;
The tug Cache grounded on a liar made
out from tlicwrockof the Antelope while
coming down tho Mississippi with n barge
load of corn, where she was detained eoral
hours.
Handsome lino of ,rcpi and figured de
lates at C. Hanny's.
(JRAND UAL MASQUE
or tub
qfi vivn coterie.
The most complete nnd richest assortment
6f costumes ever brought to our city arrived
last evening lor the grand masquerade of
the Qui Vive Coterie. They are lu charge of
Mr. Louis Kurth, the famous costumcrof St.
LouN, who will lie found to-day nnd to-morrow
at room 20, (opposlto those-of Mr. Hj
slop) in the City National Bank building'
The esteemed lady of Mr. Kurtti accompan
ies him. and will be pleased to wait upon
those of our ladles who arc desirous of pro
curing outfits. The rooms arc admirably
adapted for a display of the costumes, and
those making selections can do so privately
and separately. Desirous ol correcting
wrong Impressions regarding admission, the
Coterie uutborizc us to announce that hold
ers of "season tickets" will bo subjected to
no charge for admittance. To other tho
admission will bj two dollars, while supper
tickets will be supplied to tho-.o desiring
them at one dollar each. Tho Coterie have
spared neither pains or expense to produce
the most magnificent affair ever wltuc'cd In
Calr),nnd we feel assured that their efforts
will meet with tho success.they deserve.
Large stock of bleached musllu and sheet
Ings at C. Hanny's..
cntcuiT court.
The circnlt has been busy the Inst two
days trying the case of John Brodcrlck
against Barney McManus. Only one witness
was cxamlucd, but the argument In the case
was quite lengthy and not till last evening
did the jury roturn their verdict, fludlng
for tne plaintiff. Broderick was represented
by Allen, Mulkcy and Wheeler; McManus
by Green and Gilbert. Tho facts of this
caso are in substance: Whllo Mr. John
Uowlcy was administrator of the estate of
Maurice Brodcrlck, deceased, ho as such
admlnltrator,inado application to tho coun
ty court or this county to sell a portion ol
the real cstato ol said estate, to pay debts.
An order or tho court gave him that right to
sell. Mr. McManus was ono among a num
ber or our citizens who purchased at said
sale. Of lato tho heirs bocomingdUsatistled
with said salo, one of them, John Brodcrlck,
brought suit tor the possession of the prop
erty now occupied by Mr. .McMamis on the
corner of Fourteenth street and Commercial
acnue, and as stated nhovo wax successltil
und will get possession of tho property, If
tho verdict Is not set nsldc by the court.
Wo understand that a motion tor a new
trial has been made, There are several
other persons who purchased property be
longing to that estate at the tamo sale and
under the same order, who aro ut present
somewhat uneasy and no doubt quaking In
their boots.
RIVER NEWS.
ARRIVED.
Steamer William Cowcn, Cincinnati
' Charles Bodmaiin, "
Carrlo V. Kotintz, St. Louln
" Warner. New Orleans
" John Kllgour, New Orleans
" Win. H. Brown, Pittsburg
cupper, .Mempnis .
" N. J. Illgley, Memphis
" Idlowild, "
" St. Joseph, St. Louis
" City of Chester, St. Jxiuis
" Cltrorijuincy. "
l'otoinac, Cincinnati
" John Lumsdun, Nashille
DEPARTED.
Steamer Charles Bodmaiin, New Orleans
" Carrie V. Kbuut, "
" Warner, Cincinnati
' John Kibiour, Cincinnati
" Clipper, umo liver
" Idlcwlld, Evan.ville
" St. Joseph, St. Louis
" City or Chester, 8t. Loul
" Potomac, Memphis
" City of Qulucy, New Orleanx
ma mcddy coal.
Steainboatssuppllcd at any time, both day
ind night with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, in any qtiaulity an I ou usual tcrmj
at the yard at Grand Tower, Illinois, spe
cial contracts offered on favorable term-,
upon application.
H. V. OLYPI'ANT, Gelt. Slipt.
D. O. BOKEE, Sales Agent.
CONDITION OT THE KIVEHS.
During lhe past twenty-four hour the
Ohio has rien 30 Inches and Is still swelling
rapidly, and in a few days the river will bo
bank full. The Mississippi 1 not doing
much of anything.
Special dispatches to The Bulletin re
port the condition of the Ohio and Misds
slppl rivers at various points.
business and weatuxr.
Business on the levee was good, taking
eserythinglnto consideration.
Old mother earth li again covered with
a spotless mantle ot snow to the drp:h of
scVersi Inchti. The weather yesterday was
wet aud disagreeable, but It has not tery
cohl. Appearances were that the ((round
hogs tradition will hold good llili winter,
MISCELLANEOUS.
The J. N. Kellogg succeeded In gUltig hi r
bkrge over Power's Island aud arrived with
it night before last.
The William Cowen arrived vltb a low
of Pittsburg coal, part of It belnc.for this
market.
The Charles Bodmann came out of tho
Ohio loaded flut down, and had a good list
of passengers. k:
Tho Carrie V. Kountz arrived with all tho
freight she wanted. She wa detained ubout
12 hour doing somo repairs to ouo of her
boilers.
Diver Hiram Hill received a dispatch from
C&pt. John S. McCuue of Ht. Louis, Instruct-
I'll Hi. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
Cllr SMfo-al Bank UullUlnir.
Steil attention paid to criers from Mesa
bflM nlffhl nrr1r
Our Homo Advertisers.
O. WI.VSTOX,'
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
No. 74 Onto Levee.
Oilers tho following valuable real es'ntc Inr
sale, which Is seloetcd fnun a vi v l.irgu list
or valuable real eM.itc lor sale "nnd lease,
as pres-iitlng very laornhIc lelins ror In
vestments: A large two stoiy home. In good repair,
tosethi-r with 2 lots, on Cross street, near
school house, n No, 1 bargain.
That tine largo housn uud lot 0, block ,"l,
city, on Washington uve mi e between Fourth
and Filth streets.
Lot No. 8, block No. 0, Ohio L'vcc.
Two splendid high lots ou Walnut street,
noxt to corner of hlgth street. Very cheap.
Two lots on Tenth street, between Walnut
and Cedar streets. Very desirable and will
be sold cheap.
Threo lots on Cedar street, well situated
nt n bargain.
TIioms two lino business lots, 1ft nnd 10,
block 14, city, on Commercial avenue, near
corner of Klghth street, on w idi now
stands the llsery stuble or Miles Parker.
rosicssion given nrst oi April.
Four lots on Twentv-flrst street, nprirfnni.
mcrctal avenue and freight depot or the C.
ami V. railroad.
I wo lots on Commercial avenue jienr rnr.
ncror Thirty-third street. Will bu sold
cueap.
Two good business lot", 7 and 8, ,0e)i it
city, on Washington avenue and corner t4
I'lileeuih street. Directly opposite custom
house.
LotsO, 10, 11 and 12 same block and in rear
or last mentioned lot.s, on Kiltceuth street.
Lots y and 10. block :!0. citv. on Thirteenth
street, near Commercial aveiitic. Price $.200
each.
A tine farm of 1W) acres, with good im
provements at Gnoc Island, adjoining the
tarm of O. Greenlee, Ksq. The soil and fer
tility are unsurpassed, Dclng rich bottom
land cutirclv nbove overflow.
Several well Impiovcd fruit lartns In Pu
lakl countv.
ln.000 acres unimproved lands In Alnvnn.
dcr nud Pulaski counties, in bodies to suit
imreiiaseis,
i"i,000 acres unimproved, welt timbered
laud In Arknns.is, near Osceola, No. 1 cotton
l.niUJ. Allies to all mo lorcgolng perfect.
F O 3tLiTA S K .
The Perry House. This larire and comma
dioiis nud well situated hoiivu will bu leased
for a number uf years on very advantageous
terms.
Thoo finely situated residence lots 21, 22
uuu ij, uiock ou, cuy, corner oi xsiuin tutu
Walnut streets,
FOU SALB Olt LKASK. Lots In nnv
part of tho city. 1-25-lm
u y s i rs.
78. FALL AND WINTER 13
C. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BHOWN SUEHT1NOS,
PRINTS, '
TicKiira-a.
onBCKa,
AID
STBIl'E B,
KENTUCKT JEANS, 7XTRA,
OASSIMKBS,
3r,JT-33XiS.
BLACK ALI'AUAS,
1SD
LUSTEHa,
GflOS'lUAIN SILKS,
POI'LINN.
LAHOR STOUK OF 0A11FKTIN0
oil;olothb,
UATTINO,
Window 8bHd,
OILT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
DAAf!K8.
Ill Ksstfro Ntoek
AT
VEHY LOW FIGUHEH.
COSNEB Sill ST. AND COUUEBCIAL-AY-,
Cnlro, Illinois.
ntltf
IIOAT NT OK KM.
S A M fflLBO K ,
SI1LII I P
I BOAT BTOEEa
O ItO CEEIXS,
V It O V I H I o w a T c.
. 110
OllH Tilt IK fhiwi, In.
OKNN1S IIALHV
Has now on hand all kinds ot
DJIY COIU) AND HTOVK WOOD
For sale. Leave orxleis nt
WM.KLUOK'd STOUK,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or al cornerof Twelfth and Poplar. tf.
inhurakcv.
FIRE AND MARINE
CUJII'AMI'.S.
NIAGARA, M. T.,
Asset ; ,.t2,(,
OGRMAM1A, V. T.,
Assets - I'0"-"1 "
tiAXOTBit, jr. rn
AlteU 7" 2 W
KEl'OnLIC, K. Y.,
Assets - T,-M5CW
Comprising the Undcrwrlteri' Atcney,
TOUR EH8, X. T.,
Asset,...- 873 M M
ALHAMT CITY,
issets... ;- 453,193 13
TinEr.N'8 fund, s. r.,
Assetr..
8KCC1UTY, If. Y. MAUtXE,
sssots - - 1,4JJ,M9
Utoies. Dwelling, Furniture, nulls snd Car
icno, lnsure.1 t rates ss fnraUfts lonad, f.tr
minnt ,ccurltv will wurunt.
I resis.l(ully slc of the clt liens el Co on
,l,Wof their PttH,B.Kt. ff.x.rIiN.
W. II. Morns, lnd et
NoUrj Public. No. Pub. snd 11. b. Com
l'lUK, HULL, OAHUO, LIVESTOCK
AUUilJr.il r, ljir r.,
J3TNA, IlAItTKOI'.L',
ncii ..5,M5,MI
NORTH AMEUICA.l'A.,
Att 12,T?3,)0 00
HAUTrOKP, CO.NN.,
Alot8..... t-'.CI ,210 72
PncSNIX.IIARTFOKD,
AsseU tl.7Sl.K8 S
INTERNATIOSAb.N.Y.,
Asuetr 11,W3,89S 1
rUT-NAM,!I.UTFOUU,
Assets 1TW.M7 '
CLEVKLAN'P, CbEVELAMJ.S
Atiet - I415.CT3 ft
IIOME.COI.UMIIUS,
Astet S1W,S 3
AMERICAN CENTRAL,, MO.,
Assets it),W0 U
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
AssetK - - 130,000,000 On
TRAVELERS, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Aisets H.aw.W) 0
RAII.WAT PABSENOERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Vasets WO,000 00
INDEPK.NDKNT, IIOSTON,
Asets I830.ECJ 00
SAFFOIU), MOURIS&OANDEK,
71 Olilo I.fVffi,
Homo Advortiscmorits.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
COMPACT.
OF OIIIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ckni'i..Ofiick, 172 "Washington St.
ACTIYA, S650.000.
This flpnnnn Life ln:iranee Comnanv
fiianintees not only Paid-up Policies hut
also n Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
plan.
JOHN A. TIUCK. - - - Presidont
U. KNOIlKLSDOltF, - - . Bucrutury
.10IIN W. PltUICSS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
BISMARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
A'sorlntlon for promoting Life Insurance
and islck Itellcf hy weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in ohjectnot public; ltenellt.
The Li e lnmranec Policies will be Issued
hy the Tcutonla Lllo Insurance Company.
II. MEYCKS, President.
JOHN W.PRU ESS, Ao't.
2MIt rnrrnlronnil vlrlnltr.
HENRY n. MEYER,
EXOELSIOB
DKCOItATIVE. SKJN'and OltNAMENTAL
?! 2TT3 3e.
GRAINING AND MARRLINU
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every style, plain nnd ornamental.
Particular attention paid to UIiiki Gliding
Orders solicited ror Scenery, Prescoe unC
liauuer Palutliii;.
FANCY GLASS SnOW CARDS
fillt, plain and ornamental. All woik In-trt'-tcd
to mscaro will ho promptly in
tended to. Shop In Perry House, comer of
Commercial avenuo anil Eighth street,
septitr.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STKEKT,
nETwrrx wasii'n avexuk and walnut
Dr. U, K. Flelda lufnimi tne J ubllc thst be hat
oi riii'd a
l i v k it r ,s t a n ii :,
on th nortl.wtit snla of Tenth streM as cuior
lute.
Ilia Ii'iWm will lix fuminhfd with non Imt the
BEST HOUSES
AND GOOD VEHlOLKa.
and tho public may ha accomniodatcd at nl
hours or tho day nud night with fcutu teams
on the lowct terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of ptihllcpatronngo
and will endeavor to merit it hy lulr dealing
and I,! rift attention to busi
" JNOTIOIC
Olllce of Cairo City Ferry Co., I
Cairo, Feb. 4, lbi.'i. ;
Notice I s hereby given to tho stockholders
nf the nbovu named rnmpany, that nn iir
semeiit of nlncteeit (10) per cent, or $) Ml
per Inire lllion tlio capital toek ol'siilil com
j.any, has this day been mado liy Ihn board
of (iliectnrs, nnd that tho stockholders aro
required o pay tlio same at the olllee of tho
treaturer,iis follows, viz : $.'ion each khiuo on
Mw.U 1, next, and 4 M ou each share on
April 1, next, in ncoordanco with tho char
ter nnd bv-luws ol the company.
2--lll2t. ' TIIOS. yr, llALLVDAY, Scc'y,
COMMUMION AND rMWADINU.
aUl1SsTTRO
GENERAL AGENTS
AID
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HEHCIIAK TS.
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
And Agents of
UIO R17BR AND KANAWHA
3jM,T COMPAHIE3.
70 Ohio Levfj?,
Cairo. Illindm.
t. D. MATUUS9.. e. cum
MATH USS k UHL,
UCXKBAI.
C 0 M M I S S I ON M U R C HANTS
DEALERS iti
FLOXTE, GEAIIT:
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
(1401110 IMEK.
J. M. rillLLll'S & CO.,
(Huccestore to E. 1). Henlricsa 1 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AXB
WHARF-BOAT ritOPUIETOUS
trsl AdTsnrsmeuls n
upon Conalgoments.
Llborsl AdTsnrsmeuls msto W
Are prentrd to reeiT, store nnd torwarJ
freightc to alt point" nnd bujr and
sell on commimion,
SV Uimlnnts attrnded to trnmptlr:
ii. 1. AVEKS.
K. .). AYKItM
AYERS & CO.,
PLOUE,
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
No. "S Ohio Levkc, Uaiiso, Ills.
i-7tr,
WHOLESALE AND IlKTAIL
"DRUGGISTS, ' :
'1 - u
1
cSr-TjsCMlse,..
HmgQ
NO, 74 OHIO I-Vr
Retail and' Prescription
Comer Washington Asv
aud Flghth streit.
rCHEMICA-LS.
2 BRUSHES, N STUFFSH O
l HI eotMcrici paimtcr&'BI C
H 'CT'
CHEST PROTECTORS.
Or chamois and rabbit skill,
Tor Weak lungs.
At BARCLAY BI10S.
CHLOItATi:
0TC3-3S
FOU SOItF. THHOAT,
Prepared aud sold
Bv BARCLAY BROS
HORSE AND
CATTLE MEDICINES
And Dlslnfectintii for Stable
At UAIICLAY BnoS.
0 FINE CIGARS,
ho.ni'.v inn:."
"YOUXO A.MKKICA,
And "Universal Standanl."
At BAP.OLAY BllO.
U-'JO-tf.
Guotr.Rir.s.
3Sr-W B1TTEEPEI9E I
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wtiolrvnlo ntul net-II Grorcr,
Has on hand at all times Vegetable', Fruits
Ilutter nnd Kggs, Lard,
Hon ev. Tropical Fiiuits, Krc, Etc
JTA11 gooils .Wan-autcd Freh, and sold
at small Protit.
N. 11. Parcels delivered to any part of the
city to Customers.
WEST SWK COMMKIICIAI. AV C, IIETWEKN
17th and 18th Ti:r.KT..
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CAIKO, 1I.MNMIK.
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DCALCll IN
C.T, OATS) COR-l
' AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PIILLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Phlllli,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
ASD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
AND
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cob. TENTn-ST. ami OHIO LEVfc
flAIRO, ILI.H.
Cf. M. A L D E X,
Iito of Tliomas & Allien,
A N I)
COMMISSION MERCHANT
FLOUR, JIHAL, GRAIN, 11 A V, ic.
No, IXi Ohio Levkh, Caiiio.
jSTCash advances on Goods on sight.
Itr.rKitKNCK.i : City National Hank ol
Cnlro, First National Bank or Chicago,
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MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMB
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ASP
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ?or FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTKNUOUSE & 1MO.
PLOUR
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tiiicral Ooinmiasiou Mordants
183 OHIO LEVEE,
CHEAP OROCERIE3
tech ' r"v system:.
anocsaiEs retailed at wholesale
I'llICES FOR CAS II.
AT H. C. THIELECICE'S STORE
WABHINOTON AVENUE, nETWEEN TENTH
ANU ELEVENTH HTUEgT.1.
5C 'hi. ukt Cuba Sugar tor - - $5 0
9J ii ii n ii ... J 00
0 lbs. A coflco Susnr, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
I " Prirno Rio Cofleo for - - 1 OC
" Cbnico " " - - 1 OC
3 " Old Government Javis - - 1 OC
Tons and other staplo and fancy Groce
ries equally kj cheap.
Goods now and full weight given. Call
and try.
HENRY 1LASENJAGHR,
ITI GBOCEB
And Denier in
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGOS,
LARD, FRESH BUTTER, LIVE
AND DltliSED P ULTRV.
FRESH SALTED AND
SMOKED FIsH, ETC.
Am, Oooiih Wauiiantki) Fhesh
And sold at tlio lowest prices for cash,
I5Sy Eighth street, between Commercial
and Washington nvciiuea,
WM. GLENN & SON'S
ukad quMtrimsFon aiiocRitws
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IMMENSE STOCK,
CHEAT VARIETY,
LOW PRICES.
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N. O., Hard & Soft Refined.
SVRUPS. .Now Orlenns nnd Eastern.
Wi: MAKK M'KCIAl.lTILS Of
a?37VS, TOBACCOS,
VTD CIQ-3SS.
70 ,( 7 Wat SI,
CIXUX.WATI.
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"oairo'and'pa
MAll. BOAT.
Tbn splendid utesmer
crs. fise:,
Diok Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Suuday excepted) nt
a p. m For ft-cight opasnage apply on boat or
to JAS. MAI.LOKY, Ag't,
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TOYS, NOTIONS,
AND
FANCY GOODS
MISS M. J. OARSON
Wishes to call attention to her stock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy Goods nnd Staplo Aril
rles consisting of Dolls In groat variety,
Ladles' Wnrk-hoxes ol lino quality, Wrltliiir
Desks, Children' Dishes, Toy Wiigons, Doll
Hiil'kIcs, Hohhy Horses, Uno .Silver-plated
Ware on Nickel Hllver. Fluo Tahle-kulves,
Knapkln Rings, China Vases, mu a good so
loelion of Cheap Jewelry. Also Hue
Call Belli, Pictures and Picture Frames, and
mauy oilier articles too numerous to men
Ion. All are Invited to call. No, 156 Com
mercial avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
streets, 1-19-lsn,

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