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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNE3DAY, FEBRUARY 126, 1873
CAIRO BULLETIN.
Pattllaatlon ore, nallatla
WsmtilSMTton Avrane ,
Rulldln
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. Bio. Rer., OBsnnVKn'fi offici:.
Cairo, Kcb. , J87H, 10:11 p.m.
Barometer 29:00 and falling.
Thermometer 40 degree!.
Wlail tt, velocity 14 mile- per
hour.
Weather, cloudy.
Maximum temperature hit St hours, nt
St p. inJ, 4J degree?.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hour;, at
& a. m., 34 degrees.
Prevailing wind lat 2l lioiirt, cast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, lat
24 hours, 12I.
David IV. JUnxnTr, Observer.
Stranger are numerous In Cairo now.
Only one cue was before the pollco court
yesterday.
To-day la Ash Wednesday and the begin
nlns of Lent.
Captain Anwalt of tlio steamer Ravage
was drowned on Snndav.
R'. A . Cunningham, present rlly treasurer,
I a candidate for re-election.
Col. Cnl. Wagner and twenty-two of hi
troupe are at the St. Charles.
William", the famous steward of the tram
r-r James Howard, died Monday at East St
Louis.
Win. Wilkinson, traveling agent of the
Rllnols Central railroad; It. W. Clark, Jr.,
of the Cairo and S. Louis railroad, and A.
Ii. Shotwcll of Shotwcll's Coal mlne, InKet
tncky, are among tho strangers present In
Cairo now. ,
MARRIED.
At the parsonage, Feb. SUli, 187.1, by Itcv.
It. II, Thayer. Mr. l.ou. CaMcllo and Mils
Sarah Klllott.
FOR SALE.
Five hundred bbk choice peach blow po
tatoes; S.'i boxes oranges; 10 boxes lemons;
2,0i cocoa-nut' f 20 bbls sweet potatoes by
e-2.V-.1t fl. M, AI.riKS. 1.15 Ohio l.cvee.
FOIt SALE.
A line brood tnvc and 4 shoats for nale
c'lcnp, If applied (or within the next three
d tys. Wm. F. PiTcrtF.tt,
Eighteenth street and Commercial avenue.
2-2.-i.1t.
t. W. Tltnm. formerly of this clly, now a
re'dnntof l'lnekncyvlllp, came to town yesterday,
The br.is hand, with WagnorV minstrels,
treated tho city to a serenade yelerdsy
nftrrnoohj.
Ohm. J, Wnller, freight agent ol the Mn ,
bllo nnd Ohlp railroad at St. Loul, was In
town yesterday.
Orand Master I!ro 1ms returned from St,
Louis. Ho brought tho goat and the I
greased pole with him. I
Fort Sale. The cottage now standing on
lolO block 49, near corner Waihlngton ave
nue and Tenth street. Enquire at this ol
lice. Mayor I.anden moved yesterday moved
his office, books and fixtures to the rooms
formerly ooeupled by Messrs. Lluegar and
Pope.
,
Phil Howard, having recovered the use ot
both his eyes, was one of the spectators of
the Mardl Qras festivities at Memphis yes
terday. Bishop Whitchoue will reach this city to
day, and this evening prcachand adiutnlstci
the rite of confirmation at thc'Church of the
Kcdcenicr, at 7 o'clock.
Wo publish in this Issue of the Hui.lktin,
an aceount of tho brutal murder' of l'al.icc
It. J obc of Hickman, Ky., near VIcKsburg.
Jobo wasvell kuown In Cairo.
Wm. Schick, well kuown In this city, has
gone to St. Louis In tho hope that the phyM
clans el that city may cure him of consump
tion, with which dUeac he Isallllctcd.
For Sale. My entlro ttock of grocerie-,
addle, harnoss and (arming Implements at
wholesale or retail. D. Autkii.
2-8-1 m.
Halt 1 M ascj uuit Annus ! Mas-merado
costumes, anu lane lace-masks lor halo or
hire durlug tho season at John School's
hall. jan25-lm
II. Able, No. 2 Seventh street, has Just re
ceived an entire new stock of wall paper and
window fhades , w hlch will bo bold at lowest
prices. II. Aiile.
2-13-Iw
The Rev. Turncy lectured to a not very
large audlcnco last evening on "Scientific
Morals." The lecturo was entertaining, in
structive, and In many portion glowed with
beauty of thought and eloquence ol cxprci-slon.
LAST CALL. J
Dcstralnt will positively be made upon
personal property lor the taxes Otto upon
both real nnd personal estate aflrr March
15. This means business.
Old Aixx. II, litvix, Cotlcctot.
LECTPIti:.
On Monday evening, March .1, at the Athe
nenm Prof. David Walk will lecture on
Ppur?esn and His Works." He Is an ab'e
sneaker, having traveled In Europe two
venrs In nrenaratlon. Draws good houses
wherever he goes. Don't fall to hear htm.
2-2.1 td.
DIED.
At the residence of Mrs. Cunningham, on
Nlnlb street, between Washington avenue
and Walnut street, John Oalbgher, (better
known as John Ive), aged about 20 years,
of pneumonia. The funeral will take place
at half past one o'clock to-day. A special
train will leave the loot of Eight street nt 2
o'clock for Villa Itldge.
THE PRICE OF TYPE.
Messrs. Geo. P. Rowell & Co., announce'
that they have nt their warehouse in New
York an assortment of type Irom one of the
most celebrated loundrles In the world, that
of Flgglns, London, England, which thoy
will sell nt 20 percent, discount from the
American scale, when ordered in fonts of
100 pounds nnd upwards. They also oiler to
Import large Ion ft on special orders at n
greater discount from the American scale,
snd proles to till the largest order In eight
weeks from date of its receipt In New York.
They supply sorts in large or small quantities
from thclrstock on hand In New York at the
American scale rate. Th'ey assert that If
the present duty on type shall bo removed,
the price of the article, both of home and
foreign manufacture, will Immediately fall
40 per cent, below the present scale.
McKr, Geo. P. Rowell & Co. arc known m
conducting the largest advertising business
cur secured by one house, nud arc alo ex
tensive dealers In printing material. They
are compelled to import foreign goods be
cause American founders, gomucd by a
close corporation or ring, keep the price
vastly too high, and at the same time make
i! an exception to every other species of
meichandlse by recognizing no wholesale
price ; the same amount pur pound being
charged to thu purchaser of live thousand
poundsas would be paid by him who wants
but fifty.
CHURCH 01' THE REDEEMER.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ItOYAl. MAIL ftTKAMEM. .
RESIGNATION OF RECTOR COAN AND
ACTION OF HIS CONGREGATION.
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.
Lost, yesterday, n diary containing re-
celpt nnd other papers of no use to nny one
except the owner. The book also contained
$jn cents In greenbacks. The Under Is
hereby Informed that he may keep tlr
money, but Is requested to return the book
and papers to J. E. Park", at the Little
Kcntucklnu saloon. 2-2.-.lt
CAIRO CIIAMIIER OF COMMERCE.
An election for president, vice president,
and eleven directors of the chamber of com
merce, to serve for the ensuing year, will be
held at the ofllco of 0. D. Williamson, on
Tuesday, March 4, at 10 o'clock a. in.
lly ordorof tho Hoard of Directors.
J. U. HUMPHREYS. Secy.
Cairo, Feb. 25, 18711. 2-2C-nt
T L'RNEY LECTURES.
February 21, Tho Origin of Maiif
2."), Scientific Morals.
2i, Universal Religion.
' 27, Ftllllllcd Prophecies.
28, Spirit Sophistries.
1, The Reasonableness of
Mini-
March
cles.
Mr. TV scientific und moral lectures w
speak for themselves. Ma.vageh.
DRESSMAKING MADE EASY.
THE NATIONAL DRESS TRIMMINGS
All fashion magazines, recommend them
as being the most beautiful nnd best trim
miugs for black alpaca nnd mohair suits
Sold by STUAUT.fcGltoLSOW
2-23 tf.
The resignation or the Rev Edwin Coan,
which has been pending during the indlcc
ttial effort of his congregation to Induce
litin to remain In charge of the Church of
tho Redeemer, was on .Monday evening last
accepted with the following preamble and
resolutions:
Wiirueas, It appears from the report of
tho committee heietoforo appointed in this
behalf that, in the mature Judgment of our
rector, his duty and Interests call him to a
new lleld of labor, and Hint, In consequence
thereof, It I his wish that tho resignation
heretofore tendered by him to the estry
should be accepted, and
WiiKitKAS, The vestry, unwilling to op
pose the superior Judgment and expressed
wisiies oi one so esiceiueii, uonnrcu uuu ap
preciated. l content to belles c that what
win uc our loss win oc ins gain; uiereiure,
be It
Resolved, lly the wardens and vestrymen
of the Church of the Redeemer, that, with
prniound regret, but In tho performance of
a Christian duty wo owe to our beloved rec
tor, wo hereby accept the resignation of the
Rev. Edwin Coan as rector ol said church, to
imkc encci aiarcn if, -. v., 13 1.
Resolved further. That, in thus scvcrl us
the sacred relation of rector nnd people,
fraught with o many pleasant and hallowed
memories, wu cannot but express to the
Rev. Mr. Coan, mi behalf of ourselves and
the whole church our thanks for the able,
zealous and successful manner in which he
has discharged his duties as rector of our
parish, and our sincere wishes for Heaven's
richest anil choicest blessings upon him and
his in his new lleld of labor.
Resolved further, That these resolutions
be spread at large upon the records of the
vestry und a copy thereof furnished tho
Rev. Mr. Coan by the church.
TO RENT.
Four rooms lately occupied by Dr.
Wnrdnor, over Dr. Artor's grocery store,
No. 113, Commercial Avenue. Enquire
at the storo of C. D. Artor. 2-'J0-tf
CAIUIT1NU Till! BHITI9II MAILS
Steam Semi-Weekly lictwccn
NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL
Via Queknbtown.
Passengers booked to London, Glasgow,
Londonderry, Cardlii, Bristol, and l rancc,
Germany, sveden, Norway and Denmark
And From thu above name d places to nil the
principal Railway stations in the United
Slates on Through tickets.
An Experienced Surjifou U Attnchrd
lo racb Nti-iuncr.
Tho attention ofptrsons wishing to send
lo the Old Country for I heir friends. Iscallcd
to the great facilities offered by till' cele
brated Lino of Ocean Stt'nmhlps, which has
been In siicccsful operation since ls'il, and
number. inltsllect somo ol the largest, as
well a thu lastet steamers uflout.
r.c nuow.v. cjciti Wfst,.j'i,
SOS. Market St., Chlcag).
SAP FORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
I.OCAT. AUKNTN, CAIKO.
2-2G-W1III
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
EH CHANTS.
DEALERS IN FJ OUR
Ami Agra Is of
lino Kirxn and kanawua
ATHEUETJM
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
I'cliruiiry 25 mill !!U,
CAL W-A-GKETIEri'S
M I N S T II E L
J. Il.IIAVERLY, MASAaKit,
s
The friends of Mr. Thoma L, Watson,
who has had charge of the signal servlco sta
tion here for some time past, will regret to
lcam that he will soon take his departure
for Washington City. Mr. Watson h s
made many friends In this clly und wl'l
cam' with him thcli good wishes. Wo be
lieve it Is. his intention to remain In the ser-
lcc of the weather bureau. Mr. D. W
Harnett takes the place of Mr. Watson In
the station here.
i no subject or "Scicuttlic Morals" was
handled by Rev. D. 13. Turuey at the M. E
Church last evening, in a manner highly ap
preciated by all who were present. He
dealt some of tho most telling blows In the
mutest anu most unimpassloned manner,
and fully sustained his reputation forschol
unuilp, and candor. Ho speaks to-night on
the subject of "Universal Religion," which
is rather unfortunate fur Cnl. Wagner's
troupe.
Wagner's' minstrels drew u crowded house
in the Athcueuui last night. And this
too, when the great nnd good Turncy was
delivering mi excellent lecture In the M. E.
church. Wo live in .very wicked world
and our little corner of It Is n a cry wicked
corner, notwithstanding the increiislngeflort
of this great religious paper to keep people In
the right path. Unlortunatcly the religious
editor of Tun Bulletin Is now absent from
tho city, or he would denounce, us severely
as they deserve, people who attend a min
strel show when they might be lUtruIng to n
scientific lecture.
THE TURNER MASQUERADE.
On Monday night thu Turner Society of
Cairo gave a masquerade ball at the St
Charles hotel. The Turner Society Is com
posed entirely of Germans, but a consider
able number of Americans took part in tho
festivities of Monday night. Tho company
lumbered about two hundred couple, about
one half of whom were masked. The dis
guises were Mirlcd, and many of them were
ot a ludicrous character and afforded no lit
tle merriment to the dancers. Many ot the
ladles wore really elegant costumes. Tho
masquerade was voted a success by every
body present.
HAPPY CAL WAGNER.
I.at night fully six hundred persons
greeted the Wiigucr's company at the Athe.
neum, notwithstanding the large number of
people that attonded D. B. Turuoy's lecture
on the same evening. Hi end men are
good and know hawto keep the audlcnco in
an uproar of laughter. The prima donna
Chas. Heywood was splendid and hard to
equal ; he was repeatedly encored. Wag
ner s part ofati old plantation darkey was
rendered lu a style suitable to that character
They ore without doubt the best company
that have ever vl-Ifcd Cairo. To-night is
positively their lust, with an entire change ot
programme.
In all cases of exccsslvu drinking, tho liver
and kidneys sslll be found seriously affected.
The stomach refuses to net, nnd cannot re
tain the necessary food. Thcnervcs are un
strung, and the man feel truly wretched.
Ot course, In such cases, the tlrst thing is to
cease the use of alcoholic stimulants, then
restore the disorganized liver and kidneys
to their normal condition. No medicine
will so effectually do this as Parker's Com
pound Fluid Extract llucbtt. If taken ac
cording to directions, no doubts need be en
tertained of obtaining prompt nnd effectual
relief, hoidbyall druggists, cery whore.
uhe friends of the state temperance law,
not to be outdone by Its enemies in this
city, will, in a day or two, clrculutc a peti
tion to be presented to tho general assembly
praying that the law be not repealed. We
wr glad note this step, Petition asking
for the repeal or modification of the law
have been in circulation In Cairo for u week
or more and will of course receive many sig
natures. We believe our representative in
the legislature stands right on this question,
our understanding of thu right, being oppo
sition to ny repeal or any modification
whstover 6r the lv. Wc trust action in the
house will not'decelve our expectations.
It it does, the Bulletin will not, under lu
present managementyhesltate tu condemn a
wrong and unexpected course when It
would much prelcr to praise a right one,
. HOTEL ARRIVALS.
DKLMONICO.
John Hash, Tennessee; D C A Oatcs,
Moscow, Kentucky; J 0 Oatcs, Moscow,
Kentucky; J T Stalllngs, Moscow, Ken
tucky; Phlneus Mixer, Washington, Indi
ana; Joseph F Dudrow, Decntur, Illinois; A
Archibald, Grand Hill; G R B-nley, Lee
Station, Illinois; II A Bride, Lcc Station,
l.llnols; 8 Patterson, Auua, Illinois; John R
Upshaw, Kentucky; J S Sanguay, Grayvllle.
Kentucky; Ab Mackey, Mt Vernon; Jas M
Tottln, river; W Hotden, Illinois; J Purker,
Illinois; P. II Weaver, Illinois; Robt Lewis,
Trade Vi ater."
NT. CIIAIII.ICS.
J n Thurston, Wisconsin ; .1 W Audnall,
Mississippi; J S lies, Davenport; J M
Ilealy, S S Watson, Champaign; C W Bates,
Evansvllle ; U M Long, A L Shotwell, Casey,
vllle, Ky.; R W Clarko, Cairn and St Louis
railroad; William Wilkinson, I C railroad;
Cal Wagner and troupe.
ATTENTION, PARENTS.
The Cairo Turner Society hate, In the in
terest nl the public, mado arrangements with
a thoroughly educated teacher of gymnastic
to open a cyclus In Cairo. Wo apply In the
first initnnco to ourOennau rltlzens to send
ihclrchlldrcnto thl school. They are well
aware that it Ik for the benellt of thu llttlu
ones. The Instruction will bo frco of charge.
Hours for members of tho society :
Mouday evening, 8 o'cloek, Turn hallo.
Wednesday evening, 8 o'clock, KochlcrN
0 mi shop.
1 Thursday evening, 8 o'clock, (Fencing)
Kochlcr'e shop.
Friday evening, 8 o'clock, Turn Italic.
For children girls:
Thursday from 4 to OJ.
Saturday from 1 to d.
Boys :
AVedncsday from i to BJ o'clock.
Saturday Irotn'oJ to 7 o'clock. In tho
Turn hallo.
Children to apply Tuosdaythe 25th day of
reuruary, uuween 1 and D o'clock In tho
Turn hallc.
By order ot tho Committee of the Cairo
Turner Society. 2-22-tf
R1VEH NEWS.
ARItlVEB.
Steamer E. II. Uurfec, St.Xoula.
" John Kilgour, Cincinnati.
" Jnmcs Howard, N. Orleans.
" Illinois Columbus.
" Nick Lunijwortb, Cincinnati.
nKPARTKD.
.Stcanior E. II. Durfeo, Red rivor.
" City of VicKsburg, St. Louis.
John Kilgour, N. Orleans.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
" Nick Longworth, N. Orleans.
!' Northwestern, Natchez.
IIIO MUDDY COAL.
.Steamboats supplied nt any time, both day
uul ulght with cither Lump or Chestnut
Coal, In any quantity an I on usual terms
at the yard at Grand Tower, Illinois, hpe-
clnl contractu offered on favorable terms,
upon application.
11. V. Olypiiant, Gen. Supt.
D. O.ROKEE, Sales Agent.
condition or tiik nivF.iis.
The rise In tho Ohio has about had its
run, nnd it will probably bo found sta
tionary this evening. Considerable Ico
continues passing: out of tho Mississippi,
nnd navigation Is somowbat interrupted
by It. Thnt stream continues on tho dc
clino. The rivers nbovo hero are on the
decline., and tho rlror bore will soon be
falling.
Special dispatches to the Bulletin re
port the condition of the rivers at various
places.
ItUslINXSS AND WEATHER.
Freights continuo arriving fast nud
thoro is now n large nmount on hand wait
ing tonnage.
Tho weather was mild and clear nnd
luosnowmai ten nigtii ooloro lust was
nearly nil melted by the rays of Old Sol.
MieCEU.ANl.OVS.
Tho James Howard arrived from be'
low with ft couple of hundred tons of St
I.ouii freight which shu will resliip on tho,
Grand Towor, und thon load for Now Or
leans. A flat boat loaded with car corn
and corn meal was cut down by tho Ico
day boforo yesterday, ovor In tho Missis
slppl rivor, nnd is now lying in n sunken
condition above Klino . brickyard.
Tho K. 11. Durfoo went down, loaded
deep, for Red river.
Tho Northwestorn left yostorday for
Natchez loaded flat down. Sho has in
tow tho targes Blue Bird nnd Favorite
heavily loaded with Memphis freight, and
will leave them thoro in charge of one of
her clerks.
The Jamos Howard's St. Louis pasion
gors went through by rail.
Tho John Kilgour passod down early
loaded with all she wanted.
The Ni:k Longworth was dcenlv
loaded, nnd had in tow tho hull and upper
works of tho steamer Robert Burns, which
has been conTcrtod Into a whnrfboat and
told to parties InJNow Orlunns.
J. 11. Greenfield will probably putchnio
tho little ferryboat Dayton Bolle, now
laid up at Mound City, to Inko tho place
of the J. N. Clark, which was sunk by tho
ico at Lis landing some time ago.
CpU R. Vf. Dugan did not nrrlvo last
evening as was oxpected, having boeu de
tained by being sick, however he is looked
for this evening.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
Of ty national Bask alldlna;,
Mk)pcil alttntion paxl toortsrs from iie&ni
hosts night or da T
Will have tho honor of appearing brforo the
clllion of thl cltv In a series ol their S dice
dc Ktlopc, Introducing each entertainment
KSTIIIK CltAMIK or PltOQRAMM K,
IIAVINII MANY"
POPULAR AND TALENTED ARTISTS
Prominent among whom nro
Cal Wagner,
Rim Price, "
lien Brown,
Johnny Booker,
COMEDIANS.
CAN FIELD AND BOOKER,
Song and Dance Artist.
Great California Quartette
COMI'OSi:!) OK
Wkllixn Bkoh. and J. "W. Fuktii,
OANKO
FINE ORCHESTRA AND BRASS BAND
Door open at
KjTFRICES AS USUAI
7; commencing at 8.
niteservcd seats on sale
auction store.
nt D. Hartman's
D. B. 1IODGKS, Gcn'l Ag't.
11, CLAfiUM, Advertising A'gt. 2-2..3t.
I.AWYKHN,
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
AMD
COUNSELORS
AT LAW,
William TT.Creen.
Wilhsm II Gilbrt, V CAIRO, U.MNOIH,
sines r.uiiheri,
KsrSpeeia. stUntion given to Admiralty to
OAHlDOai UU0IBOH0.
orriox onio levrs;, roomb 7 avd 8 ovm
CITT NATIONAL HANK
Home Advertisements.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
OAtno. Illinois.
J. M. PIIILLirS & CO.,
(Huccrss'irs to E. I). Uulrics A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AMD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Adrsnctme ut tnndr
upon Consignment. JSf
Are prepared to reciT, store nd lorwrd
froUhtc lo all points and buy and
ell on commlrsioD,
SVBnslnrM stUnded to prnmptlr:
BARCLAY BBOTHBRS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS,
JfcTO. 74 OHIO Xj3uVE
Retail nnd Prescription
Corner Waflilngton Ave
and Eighth street.
CHEST PROTECTORS,
Of cunraols and rnbldt skin,
for Weak lungs.
At RARCLAY BROS.
CIU.ORATK
LOZEITO-ES
FOR SORR THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Rr RARCLAY UHOH
9 . PBBHBJ IiIBh I fljl
HpRSE AND
CATTLK MEDICINE?
And DMntcctantx for Stable
At RARCLAY RROS.
0 FINE CIGARS,
v ho.nlt nr.;:."
" I M iSU ..111. Illl A,
And "Univcral Slandar.l."
- At RARCLAY RROS.
S. D. AYRKri.
V.. .1. Aykic.
AVERS & CO.,
FLOUR
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ko. 78 Ohio Levkk, Caiiio, III.
l-7tr,
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DZALKlt IN
HAY, OATS,
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SUM,
(Successors to John II. Ptilllii,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
tan
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor,
TENTR-ST. and OHIO LKYL
(1AIK0. ILT.H.
David T. Llncgtr.
John. M. I.ansden.
LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ofllco on Seventh street, Winter's block
old ollico or I.lncgar, Munn li Pope. 'J-'l-lin
IHHIIUItANT TIUKKTH
INMAN LINE
LlTfrpool New.Torlr arid FhlMelphla
Stoimship Company,
CNDIR CORTBACT WITH CNITSD STATIS ADD SBITIS6
aoTsmuiMts
For CarrIDg the Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa reams isrosniTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. BALK, Aqt
15 Ilrotdway, New-York, or to
II, Bonpl,
Wuhlnnton Afenue, Cairo, Illinois.
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALK,) Korgai. f FOR HALB
If OR S ALR. J fo'bJIiS 1 FOR BALK
Fare from LiVKBrooL,
Faro from Lovdcmdieht
Faro from Glaboow,
Faro from Qunstown
TO CAIRO, ;:::::: 48'30
VaflorJ, Mor.lt Candee Agtnlt,
1 000 IN Om3WKElt7
To any xhrewd wan who can do Imslnesa
on the quiet; I jruaratiteo an Immense For
tunes, easllf, rapidly, and In perfect safetr.
Address In perfect confidence,
Wm. Wamikh,
Weit FourtU street, Kew York
G. M. ALDEN,
Late of Thomas t Alden,
AND
COMMISSION M ERCHANT
FLOUR, 3LEAL, QRAI.N.UAY, ic.
U-20-tf.
HTKASIIIOATM.
CAIRO AND PADUUAH
HAII. BOAT.
Tbe splendid steamer
CT.A.S. FISK,
Dick Fowleb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
;ip.m ror trelglil opasai?e appiy on noai or
to Jab. MALLonv, Ag't.
4lf
BOAT HTABKN.
SAM WILSON,
Dlltll IK
BOAT4 STOIAIHJS
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J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholmnte and Brtnil Uroeer,
Has on hand at all times Vegetables, Fruits
llutter and Exi, l.ard,
noKXT, Trotical Fkuiti, Etc., Rtc
JST AH goods ;Warrantd Fresh, and sold
at inall Prollt.
U. B. Parcels delivered to any part of the
city to Customers.
WEST BIDE COMMERCIAL AVE., IIETWEE.V
17th AND Idth HTRKET.S
2-20-tr
CAIIIO. 1M.1XOIM.
No, 130 Onto Lkvee, Caiiio.
tSTCanh advances on Good on sllit.
ItHFKitKNCiM: City National Hank
Cairo, 1'lrnt National Rank of Chicago.
1-10.
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MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMB
FORWARDING J1KR0IIANT8,
ADD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fou FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOU8E & BRO.
FLOUR
AMD
encral Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LEVEE,
Z. V. MATUUBS.,
X. 0 .UIll
MATHU8S & UHL,
FOEWAEDING-
AHB GEjTEKAI.
CommibsionMebchantb
PEALKltfl'irt
fstVY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
etonio xkvbb.
CHEAP GROCERIES
TI-irEJ 2TDE3"W SYSTEM.
anOCKKIKS RETAILED AT WDOLESALK
ruiCKH roc cAsn.
AT U. 0. THIELEOKE'S STORE
TA8IIINOT0N AVEIIUK, DKTWEEV TENTH
AND ELEVENTH HIIIEKTH.
SC yhi. dut Cuba Suzar for - -$5 0
91 n i ii H ... i 00
6J lbs. A coffco Sucar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
I " Prlmo Rio Ooffoo for - - 1 OC
3J " Choico " " - l OC
3 Old OovornraontJava - - 1 OC
Teas and othor staplo nnd fancy Qroco
rios oqnally ns cheap.
Goods now nnd full weight givon. Call
and trj-.
HENRY JIASENJAUJUt,
RETAIL GBOOEE,
And Dealer in
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS,
LARD, FRESH BUTTER LIVE
and DittiijiSKi) Poultry,
FRESH HALTED AM)
SMOKED FISH, ETO.
Am. Ooodh Wauiiantkh Fiiksii
And fold at thu lowest prices for'cashi
jdSTEIghtli etroot, hotwoon Commercial
and Wushington nvenues. 1
JOHN SHEEIIAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES, FRUITS. KOG3, tARD
FltESH BUTTER, KTO.
jf3T All Goods warranted fresh, and Bold
tno lowest priccf.
Corner Otu 8t. andCommerclftlAvo.
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TOYS, NOTIONS,
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FANCY GOODS
MISS M. J. OARSON
Wishes toc.ill attention to her Block of Toya,
Notions and Fancy (inods and Staple Arti
cles conHls'liiK ot Dolls In great variety,
Ladles' Work-lioxos of lino quality, AVritlni;
Deskn, Cliililrcn's DUhcs, Toy Wa(rons, Don
HugKics, Hotiby Ilores, Kino Silver-plated
Ware on Nickel Silver, Flno Table-knives,
Knapklu ltlnw China Vuses, an.l a ood se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also fine
Call Bells. Pictures and Picture Frames, and
many oilier articles too numerous to mer
loo. All arc luvitod to call. No. 1R0 Com
mcrclal avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
Blrcets. 1-10-li,

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