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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1873
rkllMl4a , Haltctla Bll41ss
Wartl turn AvraaiSi
v LOCAL WEATHEE REPORT.
U. I. Stft. Sm., OnuKnvtn's Office. 1
, OA1XO, Kefc. 18, 1873, 10:11 p.m. J
JbrooMtw M and falling.
TbcraosMter 67 At greet.
yfld& toutli, velocity 7 miles per
Maximum temperature Uit 21 liotirc. at
5 p. 63 dtgreei.
iilelsaon temperature, lat 24 hours, at
11 p. m.,17th, 43 legrce.
Prevailing wind last 24 lioun, south.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
Titnuts L. Watson, Obiervcr.
L.AKOK stock of dry goods at C. Hanny's.
SlicrllT Irvln li In tbc country eollcctin?
the taxes for the year 1872.
Wanted to Hkst.-- a
Address L., box SK.
Tbc C. and V. Railroad company have filed
bond and appealed several of their cacs
I mm Judge Bross to tbo circuit court.
Handsome line of dres good? at
at C. H.iimy's.
Ilcinembcr the Turner iii.isfjucr.ulc at the
St. Charles on .Monday night next, It vvlllbc
the ball ol the season. 2-l!i-fit.
A Judgmcut of $ too and cost was rendered
yesterday morning against the C.and V. Hall,
road company for sustaining an obitructlon
on Commercial avenue.
Fn Sam:. My entire Hock of groceries,
addle, harness and farming implement, at
wholesale or retail. 1, AitTKn.
The Ohio river continued to rise, and a
large quantity of freight piled tip on the
wharf 1 being removed, to prevent It from
Foft Balk. The cottage now standing on
lot 9 block 49, near corner Wellington n c.
nue and 1 cntti street. Enquire at this of
The larso and luairnlflcrnt steamer. tbi
firent Hopnlille, vrn- anchored at our wharf
yesterday, and was visited by u large num
licrofthe ladlei of tills cltr.
A complete set of household and kitchen
furniture, for rale, cither In bulk or by tho
piece. Enquire at thl ofllce. 2-18 lw.
Nollcn It hereby given that the St. Pat
rick's ltencvolcnt society ball, set for tho
21st Inst., In postponed until Easter .Monday
night. lly order ol the
2-10-3t. COMMIT! ei:.
I want n portion ou some road, to keep up
tracks or put In switches ; Hrst-cla's railroad
man. Any perron who wants onq, addrc-s
for three da) s. Titos. SlintSY,
2.1l).3t Cairo, Illinois.
ATTENTION. AltAHS I
There will bo a special mcctiiig of the
Arab Flic company, In the new
building, on Thursday evening at
'HO o'clock. A full attendance Is desired,
as buslnc.uflinportauco Isto be transacted.
Z. ) Matiiuss,
2-10-2t Chr'n Hoard of Director.
Wednesday evening "What .Shall I Do to
He Saved "
At tho close of tlisse lectures, any (ties.
"on may be asked by anyone desiring to do
so. At e say to the public ami friends that
our only object Is to promulgate trulli.
DlINTON I.KCTUIir. COMMin KK.
On February 18, at the residence of her
parents, mi Fourth street, In this city, alter
a few day' Illness, Ellen llilikc, aged three
years, tin eo month nud sixteen days, daugh
ter of I'. and II. lturku. A spud.il train
will leave the foot of eighth Mrcet. lit half
pat I o'clock, to convey the remain to
Villa llldge cemetery,
A i.auof. sloe): of eblrllng checks nnd
linn-ys at 0. Hanny's. ,
(iKAND A X NO I 'NCE.M KNT.
Klllolt .t Ilaythorne take pleasure in an
nuuiicln that they intend to ilKno-e of their
slock of boots and shoes now on bund at
positively -vost price, preparatory to tilling
up their cliche Willi the new spring stock.
Now Is the time In get cheap boot and
shoe. The tock to be sold I all of lln-t
class goods, mill great bargain for the buyer
will be made. 'J-IS-lw
The Turner masquerade ball, which takes
place on the 5UU lnU at the St. Charles
will be tbc lat ball of the season, and it is
anticipated will equal, ifnot eclipse, former
Large stock of cui talus and damask's a
Halt! MAnqUKiuttinis ! Masrinorudc
costumes, and false face-masks lor salo or
hire during the caon at John School's
If. Able, No. 2 Seventh street, has just re
eclved an entire ncwsloek of wall paper and
Window shade, which Will be hold at lowest
Price. II. Aiilk.
Last Thurday I took up n black and vthlte
cow, two sills In the right car. the left car
undcrbit, no horn. The cow has a calf
about tvt o month old. The owner can have
the cow and calf by paying all the expenses
of her keeping, etc., since she ha been In
my possession. I live on Tenth street, on
the corner next to Ml-lsslppl levee.
AOIiAND TURTLE SOUP LUNCH.
A grand turtle soup lunch I set cery
night at the Kuropean hotel and restaurant.
Till hou-c has Jut been opened by Sir.
Harry Walker, who I now prepared to ac
commodate any number of boarder. Mr.
W. has engaged the services of an experi
enced steward and I prepared to furuMi
meals at all hour. Also good board at mod
erate price. Parties desiring lirst-cla-s
board should inquire at the houe, on Com
mercial avenue, between Scveulh nud
Kljhth street.. 2-1 1-1 w.
Hamisome line or Cashmeres at C. Hun-ny's.
Mr. Denteu last night delivered the ninth
lecture of his course In tho Allieiicum.
The subject was "The Universal Hellglon."
A large audlance was present. Tho subject
to-night Is, "What Shall 1 do to be Saved1'
Col. Samuel Foster, or tho Urra of Huse,
Loomli A Co., dealers In Ice, has returned
to this city after an absence or nearly four
months Mr. Fo-ter, since his ab.ciice, lias
been north superintending thu cutting and
storing of ice.
A telegram received in this city day be
fore yesterday announced the death or the
ocly daughter or Capt. It. W. Dugau. He
was summoned from St. Louis on Saturday
iy me news ot lier Illness, but arrived at
home to find that death had deprived his
home of its fair treasure.
Large stock of wool blankets at down
price at C. Hanny's.
A beautiful slew of Cairo, of tho Ohio and
Mississippi rivers and shores of Kentucky
and Missouri, may be observed by a htt to
the signal sen ice station of this city. The
high stage or the rivers at this time makes
the view doubly beautiful. Mr. T. L. Wat
on, the gentlemanly olllccr In charge, is al
ways accommodating and takes pleasure In
making the visits of citizen and stranger
At the Sunday night train Iroui Crntralia
was leaving for Cairo, and fully under way,
the brakcuun came Into the middle ear with
a child about two years old in his arms, ask
ing If the mother was In the car. Not find.
Ing her he rang the bell and stopped the
train, when at the rear ot It w found a
woman who claimed tho baby uud said a rel
ative or friend was to hae been on the
train to tako care ol it. And the child was I
left In the dark n'gbt In the arm of the lm
man brute who had abandoned it to tho ten
der merclet of this cold world.
Yesterday the eases of the peoplo of tho
state of Illinois against Adam, Diluuliig and
Cluth, indicted for cutting timber on rail
road lands, were called up for trial. Judgo
Allen, attorney for dclendaut, made a mo
tion to quash the indictments. Motion sus
tained by tho court, ud all three defend
ants discharged from eutody.
Large stock of bleached inn-llnanu 'licet
Ing at C. Hanny's.
A celebrated physician has just discolored
by means ot microscopic examination, that
the poison of hydrophobia Is located in the
kidneys. Thl seems wonderful, but there
It no doubt that their functions ure about
the unst Important In the animal economy.
How Important Is iuthtn, to keep these or
gans In proper order. Neer neglect an ap
parent slight trouble in the region ot the
kidneys, but at once get a bottle ot Parker's
Compound Fluid Kxtract liuclm and It will
Immediately set the dlflleulty right ugulu.
Sold by all druggists, ever) where.
Prof. Denton's lecture on Mouda; ru n
ing was the "History ol tho lllhle." Tho
professor stated there was a lime when
there was only oue copy of the Jewish crip
tureatu exlsttuce, and that copy tit the pos
session ol one man, and that man wa a
priest, (see Dlblc, 2d Chron., 31th chap.) and
asked if this priest could not hare made any
book he choose t appear us tho word of
God. The subject last etcnlng was the
"Uulversal Hellglon." The professor said u
religion to be universal must be built on lit-
tog facts, not on dead, long-sluce past thco-
ries; it must have science for Its friend: It
must be charitable; it must have morality,
nd all those noble qualities that are neces-
'vary to aakelt pure and good. Hoth lec
tures were listened to by crowded houses.
Laboh stock or brown dummies at C
A apleadid team of mules, wagon and har
ness, cheap for cash, For further particu
lars Inquire of Mrs. Cahlll, corner of Seveu
teentu street and Coouiercitd avenue.
J A Tucker, Chicago; .1 Ticdemun, St
Louis; C C Cooper, Caledonia, Illinois; 11 .1
llllciuan, Caledonia, Illinois; Arch Williams,
Wctaug, Illinois; D II Austin, Metropolis,
Illinois; W II Spencer, Missouri City; John
K Lufklu, Anus, Illinois; Arthur llamill,
New York; Wm Kooth and lady, MNsouil;
G W CDc Lot), St Louis; ,1a Allan, l'hiladel
phta; J J Stalling, Moscow, Kentucky; I)r
Arthur Lewie, Louisville, Kentucky; .lames
Kelly, ltjltlmure, Missouri; J W Wa!s u,
Maysvllle, Kentucky, S S Kltehell, Chain
nail, Ohio; C A Marchlldou, Thebes, J 111-nul-;
L" It Howell, Chicago, Illinois; MShllic
belg, Chicago, Illlnoi,
Mil. KlITOlt:-Uu last Sunday morning
.Mr. Thu)cr attempted to glvo tho views ol
the Liberals of Cairo in n rather singular
st)lu. Therccrciid gentleman stated we
belluicd lu no God, no future life; wo be
lieved we died liko a dog, etc. Any one
who has ever heard of thu Icetmc on the
"Scientific KWdenec uf Man's Future Exig
ence" cannot say, truthfully, what was said
In the Presbyterian pulpit on Sunday morn
ing, and any man who will thus wilfully mis
represent and falsify our opinion-, mil)
wants an opportunity to do worse. He
lon't even hac any icgard fur thu com
mandment, "Thou shall not bear IjUc wit
nes ugalnnt thy neighbor."
O.m: Who 1 KKNro.NbiiiLK.
ItEPLV TO DENTON,
EliITon llUI.I.Efl.v 1 had giun credit
for an ability on the part of Mr. Denton, to
read the English language; but It would
seem that 1 have been mistaken, .Mr, Den-
tou makes himself A'the father of a mule,"
ilia communication to Till: IIUI.I.KllN. I
wrote an article to your paper on the lClh
lnt., commencing "After a carclul reading
of Mr. Darwin's t wo volume." Mr. Denton
evidently thinks that D-a-r-w-l-u spell
"DiMilon," furho iulies furloiuly In Tin:
ni'LLiniN ol Feb. It!, under hi- own signa
ture, slashing about In tlil w Ic, "As I have
not printed a line on I'.iu origin uf linn I fail
lo seu how tho rending of my two xdilines
by Mr. Turney could enable hlui in know
my position wllh regard to the subject."
Permit me to say that a man who doe not
know thu difference between the word Dar
win and the term Denton, I not very com
petelit to instruct our people In geology or
anything cie, nut .Mr, Hciiton names some
gtfiitlsmeu "who substantially endorse Dar
win's position," doubllcm thinking that
peoplo will take hi bare word for It ; but a
mm who can make tho blunder that D-a-r-w-l-u
spells "Denton," cannot be trusted.
Ucsldes, Mr. Denton Is Incorrect, and 1 re
peat that "Mr. Darwin i confessedly destl
tute of telcntlllc supporters."
Kespcctfully, D, 11. Tuk.nev.
The Chicago Hallway 'Gazette' says;
A tunnel at Cairo Is proposed to pa un
der the Mississippi, and, perhaps, by u
branch, tbe Ohio also, and so connect the
railroads of Illinois ullh thins south ol tho
Ohio and wcUofthc Mississippi, 'lucre ate
nt present but two railroads complotcd to
Cairo north of the Ohio, nnd none south ol
it or west of the Mississippi; but the Cairo
and Milton Isto be rebuilt to Hlrd's point.
(on tho Missouri shoro west of
ituroi, wo believe, nmi or nn
extension of tho MIsMppl Central from
Jackson, Tcnn.. Is under contract, and as
both streams nra wide at Cairo, not casllv
bridged for want of bank nnd the large
numiicr of vessels passing, and not alums
eally Icrrlcd, n tunnel would bo n great
help to tralllc, whether or no It will bo prof
itable. Tho work doubtless is practicable,
hut costly, ami Ir completed It may do much
to establish ho Importance ot Calm, n
railroads will be diverted from crossings at
other point on cither river in order lo se
cure the safe tine nt Cairo.
A company to eontruct such a tunnel has
been formed, with capital stock uiiiountlng
tu ten million, and lias applied to congress
lor u charier. ;Am a tunnel, unlike a bridge,
cannot possibly Interfere with navigation, it
s not probable that any one will object to
ltseoiilriletIon, Officer ol the Peinnylva
nln company and ol the Cairo and Vlneeuiics
ItallroaU company iiiu named among the
suppnrlelsoltlio project, which would be,
we should say, much more lo-tlv than the
proposed Detroit tunnel, and, of collide, fur
Kiino years at least, with verv much less tral
llc to support It.
Meamer City of Alton, St. Lotlls.
" Marble Cltv,
" lll;m.nck,Ntvv Orleans
" Fauiiio Lewi, .Memphis
" .1 W Mills. Smith
" Mollle Ebcrt, New Orleans
" Arlington, Cliielnmitl
" llllnni, Columbus
" Grand Tower, Memphis
" JlmFIp.k, Jr, I'adueali
Steamer City of Alton, Now Orleans
" Marble City, Vlekbiirg
" lll-m.irek.'M. Loul
" Fannie Lewi, St. Loul
City of Cairn, New Oilcan
" .1 W Mill, Mound Cltv
" Mollle Eberl. (iiicinm'ilt
" Arlington, Memplil
" lllliinl", Coliiiiibu
" (irand Tower, St. Loul
" (ileal Itepllblle. New Oilcan
" Jim Fi-k, Jr., I'adueali
IIIU JlUllDT COAt,.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both day
mil night with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In any quantity an I on Usual term
at the yard at Grand Tower, lllinoi. f-pe-elal
contract offered nn favorable term,
II. V. Ol.Yl'HAN r, (fell. Sllpt.
D. 0. llOKKE, Sales Agent.
CONDITION OF THE R1VEVH.
The Ohio I rising about one foot everv
21 hours, and Is now only 15 feet below high
water of 1S7.
There is now about 8 feet in the Mllli
pi to St. Louis, with fair pro-pect for a good
;pcclal dl-patehe" to The IH'I.I.f.TIN re-
port the condition or the Ohio ami Mi-.-ls
slppl rivers at variou point.
KUSINES8 AND WEATHER.
l!ulne- at the landing- wa verv brl-k
and freight In large quantities was handled
in a hurry by the boats that were loading.
The weather w.v clear, mild and delight
ful. Kate to New Orleans aro SJJc per ICO
pound and 05c on flour.
Tho death of littio Mamie Dilgan, onlv
daughter of Capt. It. W. Dugan, will awaken
feeling of profound regret among her
many youug friends In this city, with whom
she had cudcarod herself by her many no-
lilu qualities. Her ilcntli occurred In Cov.
Ingtou, Kentucky, on the ICtli lu-t., of diphtheria.
Tho Great Ilcpublie departed lat eve
ning drawing 8 feet, nud.liad 2,300 tons on
hoard ana a large uumucr of paeugcrs
who go to New Orleans to witness tho
Mardl Ora festivities. Slie ha engage
ment for .l.OuO sacks of corn nnd more, if
she cau tako It, in New Madrid bend.
Tho City of Alton went south with all the
freight she could carry, mid had a big llt of
passenger. She camo out without having
any trouble and had eight feet water.
Tho .Marble City brought out a food trin.
and tilled out here with all she wanted.
The City ot Cairo left (or New Orleans
about noon yesterday with n good trip, and
takes on corn below here.
Tho Mollo Ebcrt had a full trip of sugar,
inohisses, etc., lor tbo Ohio river.
The Lewi and Grand Tower had light up
stream ti ips.
The Arlington brought out a full trip of
groceries for points between hero and Meni'
The Andy and Harry Johnson will llulsli
exchanging their Hip and will leave to-day,
thu ftirmcr for St. Louis, and the latter for
The T. F. Eckcrtis due to-day from below.
City JViitloiinl Unnk Utilltllng.
.Bpcisl sttuntion paid tooMtrj Irom iifsro
nods nUht or .Ut
ai-f.cial meeting of the citv council
CALLED UY THE MAYOR FOK (lENKItAL
Cairo, HI.., Feb. 17, lt7'l, Tj p.m.
Present His Honor, Mayor Laniden,
and Aldormen Cunningham, llalliday,
Melcalf, P.cardon, Hobinson, .Saffbrd,
Stralton, tivviiyne, Taylor, "Valder and
ritUET COMMITTEE REPORT.
Tho street committco reported that in
an interview with iohio of tho ofilcen of
tho Cairo uud Vincomies lUllroad com
pany, it was made apparent that it Is
lmpractl:ablo to literally comply with tho
conditions of tho ordinance of April 10,
18iW, giving to that company the right of
way nlong Commercial avenue, so far us
laying tho track to the grade of tho
street bolow Twentieth street is concern
od, Tho committee, therefore, recom
mended tho alteration of that ordinance
to sumo extent as indicated by iho or
dinance which will bo reported by tho or
dinance committco on tho subject.
tSftld comtnlttvo also reported tlut In
cases whero sidewalks have been Utoly
built or reconstructed, and the coil hs
soiscd upon contiguous property by
special taxation, tho assessment has oper
ated unjuitly upon Insldo lots, tho corner
lots in many cases abutting 100 feet upon
n improvement, not paying any more
than a lot abutting but twenty. fivu foot on
tho samo imrrovemont. Tho committee
therefore n commended that Iho niscu
ment upon said inildo lots Lo abated one
third. Tho committco alio found that a sldo.
walk was laid In front of tho lots of
Erwln Maxwell, In block 2 In thoSeconJ
addition, at th o tlmo tho cttimuto of the
coitoftho sidewalk on tho south side of
Tenth street was made by tho commis
sioners, and It was probably not proper
that such lots should have boon
Included In tho properly to be
assencd. Inasmuch as tho old sldo
walk is romoved and a now ono
constructed, the committco think it just
that one-half tho cost should bo paid by
tho owner of tho lots.
Tho committee recommended tho
adoption of tlm following resolution, yir. ;
Helolvcd, That tho city treasurer be
and ha is hereby authorized to rcccivo
from the owners of Insldu lots (that is
lots between tho corner lots) in (ront of
which any sidewalk has been constructed
or reconstructed under ordinance No. 32
and 31, two-thirds ot the amounts as
sessed upon said lots In full satisfaction of
any judgement which may bo obtained
Hgaiiist said lots fur tbo cost of said im
provement; and that ho bo also author
ized lo receive from Krvvln .Maxwell or
oilier owner of lots 11 and 12 block 'J,
Second (dillon, one-hull thu nmnunt us-
scstcd against said lots iu full satisfaction
or any judgement wiucn may no obtained
against said lots for the cost of said improvement.
On motion of Alderman SalTord said re
port was received ami laid resolution
iVIderman Jludcr appeared and took
The ordinance committee reported the
following ordinance w hich was rend by
tho clerk, viz :
AV'hkiieam, Hy an ordinance of tho citv
council, approved April 1C, 1803, tho right
wasgraniuJlo ihu Uulro and luceiuids
liiillroiid company lo lay down and opur-
nlo n single, or double lino of rails over
and along Commercial avenue, upon the
condition, among others, tliut said rnili
should bo laid to the grudu established or
to bu established by thu citv council for
the grnJo of said street; mill
Whereas, A litoral compliance with
tujd condition is found to bo impracticable,
in consequence oi mo extensive Interfer
ence it would cuusu with tho present
grade of the street, and tho impossibility
uf thereby obtaining proper drainage for
ill" truck; therefore
lie it ordained by the city council ot the
lly ol Cairo :
."KCriON I. That the laving uf the said
rail ol ild railroad comnanv iilxin He- ni
ordinary lhlekne(ay Oinche lobe placed
upon uie Miriacc oi me groi'iiu a now
exi-tlng bcl.ivv Twentieth street, (excepting
at treet liitcrcctlon,wherc the tie -hall be
lowered a to reduce thu level of the rail
there to the grade ol the ame between said
luter-eetiou,) Miall be deemed and consid
ered by thl council as a virtual compliance
Willi sue cunuiiiuii oi jiu nruiiiaiicu, so lar
a the laying or tbc rails of said vompuny
Our Homo Advertisers.
CtMMIlMIOW AMD JTORWAMDlNU.
FORWARDING AND COMMISSION
H It CHANTS,
DEALERS IN FJOUR;
And Agpst of
lUIO hlVKR AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levkh,
below Twentieth street i
viueii, iiiai puiiK oi a suitable
thieknc and . not bs than
ten inche widh shall be lalilV-iml uiaiii
tallied on the tics on the out-hlu or each
track, and that the space between the rails
and between the tracks and ('.Mending at
lcat six leet bevum! the rail toward
the sidewalks shall bu tilled tin
as to fully eovir un the
tie-, with Villa liidgu or similar un-
walied travel, said ties and track to be so
laid and maintained, ami said gravel to be
so piaeeu aim Kepi as, in me opinion of t lie
committee on slieet for the time bclmr.
will allord a safe and easy closing over -aid
tracks and permit the use by the public,
without untea'onarde Intel rupllon, ol cverv
portion of the street on which said track or
track is or ure laid.
On motion of Alderman Taylor the rules
were suspended for tho purpoio of having
tho ordlnanco read a second time.
Alderman Ilurd appeared and took his
tiuid ordinance was then read a second
time, when, on motion or"Aldorman llalli
day, it was adopted by tho following vote:
Ayes Hudcr, Cunningham, llalliday,
Ilurd, Metcaif, lteardcn, Itobinson, Saf
ford, Sl'ratton, Taylor, Wnlilcr and "Wood
12. Nay .Svvuyne 1.
Tho following resolution offerod by
Alderman Taylor was, on motion of Al-
durman Hudcr, ndopted, viz:
Kcsolrcd, That tho city clerk bo and ho
hereby h iustructod to havu published in
liie newspaper pumisnitig tno council pro
ceedings, ull ordinances ot Iho city coun
cil, within 11 vo days after their signature
by tho mayor, or within Ave days aftor
they becomo laws without his signature.
On motion of Alderman Wood adjourned
M. J, ilowLKY, City clerk.
J. M. PUILLII'S & CO.,
(Huecnon to E, II. Hnlnc A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adsfincemxm msd ,
Are prppsred. to rwcirr, sloro and torwsrJ
freiiclite to all points and bur and
rll on comrnisloD,
"lliislnsss stlended to rrnmtitlT.
S. D. AYKItrt.
K. .1. AYERsl.
'72. FALL AND WJINTER '73
c. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK, "
KENTUCKY JEANB, yXTKA,
LARGfi STOCK OF CARPETING
11U Kutlre Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
C0I1NER 8t ST. AND COMMERCIAL-AV..
Liverpool New-Toilt and fbllsdelphlt
csdii costsicr with esiTso statu skd bbmisi.
Far Crrjing tno Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ob irsTBia laroaviTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot
ISIIroadwty, New-York, or to
II. II o apt,
Washington Aveout, Cairo, Illinois .
AYKIIS Jt CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levek, Cairo, I li.
. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKALKX IN
AND MILL FEED.
JOHN J3. PHLLIS k SON,
(Successors lo John II. f'lilllij,)
DEALERS IN HAY, COKN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-BT. iMj OHIO LEVI.
OA! 110, !!.!..
G. 31. ALDEN,
Late of Thomas .V Allien,
A N II
COMMISSION M ERCH ANT
FLOUR, MEAL, ORALS', HAY, Ac.
No, I3.'i Ohio I.kvke, C'aiho.
j3TCah advances on (ioods on sight.
ltKKKlilCNCKH : City National ll ink ol
Calm, First National Ilauk of Chicago.
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SOALEi
Ohio Lovce. 0A1R0. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE & RKO.
oneral Commifisiou Mcrclianta
183 OHIO LEVEE,
l. D. ItATUUHS.A
X, 0 .UIIl
MATHUSS & UIIL,
DfO EWABEI 20
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
JtTO. 74: OHIO LiiVJUI-
Retail and Proscription
Corner Washington avo.
and Eighth street.
Of chamois nnd rabbit skin,
tor weak lungs.
At BARCLAY BROS.
LO Z E2ST G-ZE S
FOR SORE TIIIIOAT,
Prepared and sold
Bv BARCLAY BROS
s si mM 1
1 And lUsliifeetanls forSUble
At BARCLAY BROS.
FINE CIGARS, .
j. HONEY ItEK."
And ' Cnlver-al Standard."
8r At BAl'CLAY BROS.
CAIRO AND I'ADUCAH
MAIL II OAT.
Tlir uplnodld tiai.irr
Hick Fovvlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (.Sunday excepted) at
p.m For freight oiiassageapplvou boat or
llo Jav. .MAl.UiltV, Au't.
P. G. Schuh.
PROVISIONS C T C.
Onu Lxvsk C'Ajno, III
CON'THACTOU AND RuiLDER
Has returned to Cairo and l prepared to
take contracts for
ALL KINDS OK BUILDINGS.
And c'pcclaHv relers to his past rerord In
wuiru ns a niiiiuer.
HcadminrUT" at It. II. CiimilnL-bain'rf
C'nmuifrcinl aveuiiR. Itelereiircs to IteedA
Maun, K, II. Cuimiugham and Juliu Wood,
HOME TRADE !
J. C. II U ELS,
I.uto or St. Ijiiis.
HOOK HINDER AND IiLANK HOOK
Corner Twelfth Mlcet and Commercial Ao
IILANK BOOKS nf cvurv description dune
with neatness and dispatch, All kinds ol
ruling done at short notice . Bible, Music.
.Magazines and lVrlodicals bound neat and
at thcloivcsl ixjfslble rati'".
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
1 en Honks, llluiiks. etc.. made a ipcciallty
lloxes, Pocket Bonks, Envelopes, etc.,
made to ("der ll-'JItf.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DUAL Kit JN
WINES AND LIQUORS
Commenilal Ave., Cor. litis SI.
Always on hand a suppl) of Scotch Ale,
Loudon Porter, Bremen Beer, Cliarlreu-c.
Amli-ett, .Marascclno and llennes-v llraudy.
Ale, Porter and 'alfand 'alf to befuuinl nn
No. 101 Commkhcial Avenue,
French, Scotch and American caInier
of all colors, ami beaver and bnud cloths 0
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In tho
And at the lowest pi lee. A line lit.indllit.
class work guaranteed. "BfitW.ictlo in all re
"NEW l'ORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUOIST VAItfliTr STOCK IN THK CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Njiioiwutli Ireotrsuil Com
' 2 1
MISS 3f. .T. OAIISON
Wishes to call attention to her stock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy (loods and Staple Aril
clou consisting ol Dolls In great variety,
Indies' Work-boxes ol line quality, Writing
Desks, Children' Dishes, Toy Wagons, Doll
Buggies, Hobby Horsos, Fine 8llver-platcd
Warn on Nickel Silver, Flno Table-knives,
K napkin Rings, China Vases, aiu a good so
lection of Cheap Jewelry, Also line
Call Bells, Pictures and Picture Frames, and
many other articles too numerous to men
Ion, All are Invited lo call. Not 150 Com
mercial avenue, botweca Ninth and Tenth