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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1873
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LOC.VMf EATHEB KLTORT.
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ii! f" Caiho, Feb. 36, 1T3, 10:11 p.m. J
fM HtdterKM nnd rising.
N Tkmometer 89 degrees.
tf I Wtad wo, velocity SO miles per
Maxlrsmm temperature last 21 hour?, at
3 p. m.,M degrees.
k Minimum temperature, last 21 hours, (it
1 h a. r, .17 degrees.
, Prevailing wind lastSl hours, west.
fTdtal number of miles wind travelled, lat
. David W. IlATtxrrT, Observer.
Tlio itroetsare la a muddy condltton.
Willis of government lame, was licto yc..
clear nnd set clear.
tbc sun came out
J. It. Witraahs. of tlic Mt. Carraol 'Regis
tar,' Is In Cairo, the guest ot Col. McKcnlg.
W. II. Houston of the 'Stato Journal
company, at Springfield, enjoyed CnlroS
spring-like climate yesterday.
Ed. F, Slson of Oolumlm s, Kcnt'icky, wa
around among his friends yesterday, lie
returned In the evening on the Illlaol-.
On Monday evening, March 3, nt the Athc-
ncum l'ror. David Walk will lecturo on
" Spurgeon and Ills Works." He; is nn nble
ipeaker, having traveled In Europe two
years In preparation. Draws good houses
wherever he goes. Don't fall to hear blin.
TWENTY DOLLARS REWARD.
Lost, yesterday, n diary containing re
ceipts nnd other napcrs of no use to nny ono
excopt tbc owner. The bookalso contained
f20 85 cents In greenback!. The Under Is
hereby Informed that ho may keep tli
money, but Is requested 10 return the book
and papers to J. II. Parks, at the Lltllo
Kcntucklan saloon. 2-25-3t
CAIRO CUAMIIER OK COMMERCE.
An election lor president, vice president,
nnd eleven directors of the chamber of com
merce, to servo for the ensuing year, will be
held tit the offloo of U. D. Williamson, on
Tuesday, March 4, nt 10 o'clock a.m.
lly order ol the Hoard of Directors.
J. II. HurrniiEY. Secy.
Cairo, fcb.2."i, 1073. 2-SMt
February 21, The Orlxln of Man.
" 25, Scleutlllc MoriK
20, L'nlvoral Religion
" 27, Fulfilled Prophecies.
" Z. Spirit Sophistries.
March 1, Tbc Reasonableness ol
Mr. T' scientific nnd moral lectures wll
speak lor thcmsclvrs. MANAar.it.
DRESSMAKING MADE EASY.
For Saix. Tbc cottage now standing on
lotbblork 4!, near corner Washington ao
nue and Tenth street. Enquire nt this ol
diet llamiltut, passenger agent at St
Louis o( tho Great Jackson Route to New
Orleans and the South, was In the city yes
terday. Ton Sam:. My entire stock of groceries
-idJlc, turtles and farm lug Implements, nt
wholesale or retail. I). Aktkk.
A gentleman from Hickman, Kentucky, I,
endeavoring to mike arrangements for tbc
leaslogpf the Perry rtou-e, with the lntcn'
tlon of opening a hotel In It.
Yesterday afternoon, tlx large steamers,
about six hundred yards apart, rounded tbc
point. Tho sight was a beautiful one and
was witnessed by many clttzcns.
Potter of the 'Journal ' and 11, O. Carter,
attended nappy Cal Wagner's minstrels lat
night, on purpose to bear Wagner crack
Jokes for the benefit of Capt. Rob RIIcv.
IL Able, No. 2 Seventh street, hns just re.
ceived an entire new stock of wall paper and
wlndaw shades, which will be sold at lowest
Messrs. Safford and Rexlord, wl'ii their
fAaltles, returned yesterday from Mimpuls-Tht-y
eive a glowing account of the splcn.
dors and eccentricities ot tbc Mardi Oras
Wm. Wilkinson, tr.vellng ngent of the
Illinois Central railroad ; It. W. Clark. Jr.
of the Cairo nnd S. Louis rallrosd, and A,
L. Shotvvcll of Shotwcll's Coal mines, in Ken
tucky, are among tho stranger present in
There are seven cas s of small-pox in the
pest-house at present; five colored and two
white. The dlscaso has been kept fully m
der control by the well directed efforts of
the authorities and health officer, and has
ccatcd to be a subject of alarm to ourcltl
Dr. Warduer has moved his office nnd resi
dence Imo the second story of his new
building, No. Ill Commercial avenue, where
he guy be found day or night except when
neces arily absent on professional business,
TUE NATIONAL DUE32 TRIMMINGS
All fashion magazines, recommend them
as being the most bcautllul and best trim
mings for black alpaca and mohair suits.
olil by .STt'AKT .V UllOI-fiON.
2-23 'tf. '
At the rcaldenco of the bride, In Mound
City, by tho Rev. A. E. Wells, David fctod
third nnd Mrs. Julia A. Van Nostraud.
Tho bride was attended by two of Mound
City's most accomplished and beautiful
young ladles Mlse Rauso and Dismcr
all elegantly attired, and the groom by
Mcs'pi Haling and ISorcn. Many of our
readers, both nt homo and abroad, will no
doubt recognize In the name of the bride,
the lat famed, genial and kind hostess of the
Rawllmn and Van Nostrand iiouscs of
Mound City, who has fully demonstrated the
falsity of tho adage that "It takes a man to
keep a hotel." Tho happy bridegroom was
warmly congratulated by the many friends
present upon bu good fortune. "
M J Madden, New York ; S Hess and
Samuel Boren, Vienna; Jackson Frlck,
Joiiorboro; F M Zuck, W II Mattock, St
Louis; A Cutting, Metropolis; IlSCutllng.
Buffalo ; Geo N Mlt chcll, R Warfleld, C and
V railroad; Geo Foster and wife, New Or
leans; Geo S Mcddcrick, Now York; W L
Burton; Owonsboro,Ky ; Geo 8 Reardcn,
city: OcoS Haslup, Ohio; J M Vanakcn,
Carbondalc; aS Lee, Jr., Carmi; L Raub,
Clnclrnatl; P 11 lllsey, Missouri; Thomas
A;Mclsnhelmcr, Dongola, 1II.;M V Earls
Anna, Ills.; II V Furrln, Ulnklevlllc, Ky.;
W 11 Houston, correspondent State Mourn'
ol,' Springfield, Ills.; G W Ulggins. Caledo-
ula, Ills.: Jacob Ullmau, city; 1 Cllcnm, Bal
lard county, Ky.; J Scott, Coffee Lauding,
Tenn.; John Palmer, Graves county, Ky.;
Andrew Sharp. Chicago, III.; N L Burton,
0vensboro,Ky.;LU Sweep, Moscow, Ky.;
Mrs Clair nnd son, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Tumey's last titbit's lecturo was not a
financial success, although a carefully pre
pared, well dlgcstsd, scientific, scholarly
production in every sen so of the term. It
threw great ll','lit upon the question of the
ultimate universality of the cliri-tlan re
ligion, and palnly established tho seven
wonderful links In the urcat chain of the
Mesiiahsblp; also, produced unanswerable
monumental testimonies to Bible truth.
Ou Sunday morning last, a tine heifer be
longing to Mr. George Yocnm.wasdlscovcr
ed with a bayonet burled In Its body to the
depth of fifteen Inches. Mr. Yocum pulled
out the wcapoii and In a few hours after-
ward the animal died. Upon taking off the
hldf, Mr. Yocum found the body of the
heifer to have been cut with the weapon In
many pliccs In several It had reached tho
bone. The act was one ol causeless and tin
mitigated cruelty and could only have been
perpetrated by u miscreant void alike ol
sense or feeling. .
!ln another column will be found tho pro
ceedings of the "liquor dealers' convention"
at Anna, on Monday night. Opposition to
tbc state temperance law Is being organized
in tho tame manner all over tbc state, but
we have confidence to believe that the bill
will not be repealed during the prf-sent ses
sion of the legislature. Wc arc aware that
the "secret instructions" given lo Mr.
Towns for his mission to Sprlugtii-ld means
buslucss, but we trust there nre enough
members Its the general assembly whoso con
victions and integrity alike arc iiupcnJous
to outlde pressure, and that these outnum
her those In the body who will ue for the
repeal of the bill.
The Right Rev. UUhop Whltchousc 'ad-
imiustcreu tuc rue ot conurmation to a
class of sis in the C:iureh of tbc Redeemer.
The sermon preached by tho reverend
bishop was on "Wll IngSplrltual Ignorance,"
nnd embracd Its nature, causes, consequen
ces und responsibilities. It was nn able and
elnqucnt discourse. The bishop has an ear-
nest delivery and a very pleasant volco and
holds tho undivided attention ol lilt audi
ence during hit address. After the contlr
roitlou ceremony, be addressed the class In
u most Impressive manner on their duties,
obligations and privileges. A large congre
gation was present, and alter the conclusion
of the ceremony, tho bishop met with the
vestry of the church.
rive hundred bbls. choice peach blow po
tatoes; lb boxes oranges; 10 boxes lemons;
2,000 cocoa-nuts; 20 bbls sweet potatoes by
2-2S-.1t G, M. Aluen, 133 Ohio Levee.
A fine brood sow and 4 sboats for sale
cheap, tf applied lor within the next three
days, Wm. F. Pitchkh,
Eighteenth street and Commercial as time,
UELDAT ANNA, ILLINOIS, MONDAY,
FEU. 21, 1673.
Tho convention met pursuant to call of
the Liquor Dealers' Stalo Central committee.
Tho Fiftieth senatorial district was fully
represented t Messrs. Walker, Parker nnd
Winter ol Alexander; Messrs, Snyder, Mc-
Gilt nnd llutchmochcr of Jack on: nnd
Menus. P. Uohannon, R. 11. Anderson, D.
Cover, P. Hot! man, J. N. McEhnticy, 11, 8.
Rently, Samuel Cook, J. C. Sublctt nnd R.
Towns of Union county.
The convention was organized by mnkbg
II. Winter president, and J. P. Rohnnnnn,
Alt executive committee of two from each
county was nppointed, as follows : Messrs..
Walker and Parker from Alexander; Messrs.
Snyder and llutchmochcr from Jackson;
Messrs, McElhansy nud Cover from Union.
Said committee not being nble to agree on
a report, on motion they were discharged
and a uow one appointed ol one from each
county. Tho president appointed Mcsrs.
Walker of Alexander; J. C. Sublctt of Un
ion; and Peter Snyder ol Jackson.
On tuition of It. I'j.vu t'n pMiMmt of
tho convention was added to the committee.
When this rommlttee made their report,
which was lengthy, on motion to receive tbc
same It was lost.
Motion was then made and en riled, appoint
ing R. W. Towns the delegate, lo go to
Springfield and represent this district in the
liquor dealer's congress lo bo held there on
the 4th day of March next.
Mr. Towns then received his lntructlons
from the convention, instructions which nre
not furnished for publication; alter this
there was considerable other business done
reports of committee, lunds raised, petitions
reid, Ac, and the whole object of the con
vention being carried out, It adjourned sine
die with the greatest of ciitliul:im.
X. X. X.
yean old. Tho old fellow Is a noted song
star and Is continually whistling his well
Tho Alaska and Potomnc had good
trips for Momohts and way points.
Tho .Tames Howard will leave tho last
of this woek, with a big trip of freight at
tho nbovo rates.
The Ironsides ttartfd to St. Louis yes
terday with i tow, but had to return on
nccount of tho Ico.
Tho Arkansas Dallo catno down with a
fnlr trip for roshipmcnt south.
Tho Hello Memphis went up with n
good trip of people.
Clly national Unnk Balldlac
MSfeeisI sttouttcn paid toorderi from siesn.
hnslK nmtil or Hut
AN EXCELLENT PES.
We have been lavored with n sample of the
celebrated ipenccrlau steel pens, and after
trying them quite thoroughly nro cosiuccd
ol thelrsuperlor merit. These pens nre com
prised In fifteen numbers, each differing in
Uuxiblllty und fitieucss or point, so that the
most fastidious penman cannot fall to find
among the fllteen just such n pen a suits
htm. Tbc Spcnccrlan pens arc famous for
their elasticity of movement, smoothness ot
point nnd great durability, and arc a nearer
approximation to tho real swan quill pen
than anything hitherto made, Thev
arc manufactured In England un
der tho supers Itlon of the
original inventor of steel pens, the
venerable Josiah Maom nnd Joseph Gillott
the latter making n few of the numbers
after the models of the late P. It, Spencer
tho famous penman. They are used very
Largely In the common schools ol the United
States, in all the principal commercial col
leges, In the government offices at Washing
ton, and in the banks and commercial offices
throughout the country, the sole reaching
an enormous quantity annually. For the
cons enlcuee of those who may wish to try
them, a sample card ol the Spcnccrlan Pens
mav be had by mail by enclosing 25 ccntt to
Messrs. lslsou, Rlakeman, Taylor Co,, 123
and 140 Grand btrett, N. Y,, or the pent may
be bought nt almost any store where pens
.poiiioE rou nr.
judos linoaa rnisimsti.
The first case on tho docket was that of
Sam Wilson, who halls from Africa. Poor
Sam was picked up on tho levee In u condi
tion that warranted the officers In locking
him up. Sam's sentence was that be pay 15
or work ou tho sidewalk for fifteen days.
Wc know nothlug of Sam's financial condi
tion, but do know that he was working on
the streets In the afternoon like a good fel
Molly Smith keeps a house on Seventeenth
street which the neighbors ay Is a regular
den of vice for negroes. Molly I a white
woman, nnd for keeping n house ol bad re
pute, sbo paid 910 40.
Molly Bridges Is of the same stripe, but as
a general thing allows none but whites
about her premises, the Judge howovcrmade
no distinction as to race, color or previous
condl ion of servitude nnd Molly had to pay
10 40 also.
Charley Dates has a habit since his advent
in Cairo, of associating with negro gamblers.
Charley's Indebtedness to the city for the
offense was, or Is, f 47, or that many days'
labor on the street crossings. Charley thinks
that his African sporting lrlctids will liqui
date tho amount, nnd he will then taku his
traps and migrate to Paducab, where he
says lie can play cards with whom he pleases.
John Davis who was unable to show how
he obtained a livelihood, got Ja chance to
gain an honest ono by the sweat of bis brow,
for a term of filty-fotir days under the
special care of Mcllalc.
Lizzie Norman and Llzzlo Price, next
It was clearly shown that the two Lizzies
are a braco of old offenders ; generally drunk
and frequently In difficulties ; too lazy to
work, nnd that they gain a living by laying
about the dens In the lower part of the city.
They will both luxuriate Inside of the cala
boose for thirty days each on bread nud
water, as provided for by ordinance.
Louis Sheridan, who claims a relationship
to the famous rider of that name, yesterday
undertook to ride in a levee saloon with his
horse. Tho officers started hlin to the cala
boose, and on the way ho undertook to ride
the two policemen who had him iu charge,
they presented htm with a pair of bracelets
und when ho was sobered off and came to
his senses bo found that by paying gift be
would be allowed to go home. Louis of
course paid, nnd will hereafter try to behave
himself, at least ho promised to do so.
Four rooms lately occupied by Dr
ardnor, over Dr. Ailor a grocery store,
No. 113, Commercial Avenue. Enqulro
at tho store of 0. D. Artor. 2-20-tf
IS 11 u u U s.
0. HAN NY.
KBKTUOKY JEAX, 7XTRA,
LARGE STUCK OF OARKWIN'G
j DAMASKS. .
Ufa Entire Kiock
VKKY LOW FIGURES.
COltNIB 8TTJ BT. AND COMMiaCIAL-AV
1IYLAND k SAUEIt,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ,
Corner 10th street nnd Commercial a Venn 3
next door to the llylaud saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
CWMUMtlWM ANB rtSMWAKUINU.
AKD rtit.IA LI
EianTii Street, Between Wasiiihoto!
AdJutnlDS Ul'fcDlioaift nud llanny'a
Keep Hie Lost or Ueel, fork, Mutton Veil,
Limb, Siuiae. etc.. (! are Drrutrpd 10 iitik
viiiftwiH iu uiu must BGcepiauitt rnnDQcr.
JAMES K'N ASTON,
BuTcnER and Dealeu in aii. Kinds oj
CORNKU N'rNETE.Vrn AND POPLAR ST6.,
lluvs and slaughters onlv tho best eattlo
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand nounds.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
And Agsatt of
IlltO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(HucCBMOri to K. U. flroilrlens A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTsnesmsum male
upon Consignment. Sf
t rreparrd to receif. store and lorwtrd
frslgtitr to all points and buy aaJ
sell od commission,
"Iluslnsss itndsd to promptly:
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
iTO. 74 OHIO X-V-Em
Rotnil nnd Prescription
mid Eighth street.
PR XJ GJ
or tbamoii nnd rabbit
lor Weak lungs.
I aHra i lctBNkiriu UbH b it y
Mil II I Will
At BARCLAY BROS.
KOR HORK THROAT,
Prepared and sold
And Disinfectant for Stable
At BARCLAY BROS.
And I'nlvcr-al Standard."
r At BARCLAY BROS.
H. I). A YKIIK.
E. .1. AYKIIS.
CAIRO AND PADUCAII
Tlie pplendid ttetmtr
AYKRS & CO.,
r.p.xvj a i. rmiMissintf F.nnn axts
V S UISUU J VA' SIS SISktVV S'l MtVSSISS1
Ko, 78 Onto LErr, Cairo, Ills.
Dick Fowler, Captain
f P. G. Schuh.
Leaves Cairo DAILY. fSiindarcxrcptcd) nt
Op.ui For freight opacsage apply on boat or
to J AS. JUALLOUV, A(J I,
Jt. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AKD DXALKR I!
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
d a a li a ix
Onu Lbvii Caiho, Im.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John B. Phllllt,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
nlOttS, IISMAUL, t,lc,
EI L LEY'S FAMOUS
CIIUHOH OF THE REDEEMER.
HUSK5NA.TION OK RECTOR COAX AND
ACTION Or' HIS CUNURLOAT10X.
The resignation of tho Rev Edwin Co an,
which lus been pending during the Ineffec
tual eiTortt of hu congregation to Induce
hlin to remain In chargo of tho Church of
tlic Itcdceuier, was ou Monday evening last
accepted with the following preamble and
YS iikukas, It appears from tho report of
i iic voiniiiiiiee iicreiotora uppoinieu iu nits
behalf Unit. In tlio mature Jiiilgmcnt of our
rector, bis duty nnd lntcrets call lilni to n
new Held of bibor. and Unit. In contcnncncc
thereof, it is bis wUli that the resignation
iicrciuiuru iciiuitcu uy mm 10 mo venry
hliould be accepted, nnd
WIIKUKtH, The ve
Destralnt will positively be made upon
personal property for the taxes due upon
both real and personal citato alter March
10. This means business.
(ltd AMCX, II, litviN, Collector.
estrv. unwIllliiL' In nn.
pufco tlio superior Judiiuient und exprencd
witiit'S 01 one so csiccmcu, iiotioreu und up.
nrcelated. is content to believe that vrlmt
will bo our lohs will bo bis gain; therefore,
Revolved, By the wardens nnd vestrymen
of tlio Church of the Redeeuicr. that, with
proioumi rcKrct, utu in mo periorinanco of
it wnri liuu iiuif nu irao iu our ueiovcu rec
tor, wo hereby accept the resignation of the
Rev. Edwin (Joan a rector ol bald church, to
take effect March t. A. !.. mi.
ItvsolvcU lurtlier, mat, in thus severing
the nacred relation of rector and people,
fruugbt with so many pleasant and hallowed
memories, wc cannot but express to the
Rev. Mr. Coan, on behalf of ourselves and
tho whole church our thanks for the able.
zealous and successful niauuer In which bo
has discharged bis duties as rector of our
parish, und our sincere wlhes for Heaven's
ricnrsi aim ciiuiceia uietting upon nun anu
bit In hit new held of lubor.
llcMilved further, That these resolutions
be spread at large upon the records of the
vitiry aud a copy thereof furnished .the
( Key. iir, cpun by the cburcb.
Stoatnor Alatlca, Cincinnati
Grand Tower, -Memphis
Arkansas Belle, Evunsville
C. B. Church, New Orleans
Belle Memphis, Memphis
Taulino Carroll, Now Orleans
1 Jim Fiik, Jr., Faducuh
Steamer Alaska, Memphis
" urana Tower, ut. i-iouis
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvillo
11 Potomac, Mnmphis
" lltllo Memphis, St. Louis
" C 11. Church, Cincinnati
" Crosccnt City, St. LouU
11 Illinois, Columbus
11 Paulino Carroll, St. Louis
" Jim FUk, Jr, Paducah
CttHMTION Or THE BIVERS.
Tho Ohio was rising slowly yesterday
at this point. ' Ico It (till pasting out of
the Mississippi, but it not heavy enough
to interfere with navigation betweon hero
and St. Louts. The full In that stream
continues, nnd there is now less than 8
feet In tho channel.
Hpoclnl dispatches to tho Bulletin ro
port tho condition of tho rivers at various
UUfllNKSS AMD WnATIlEll.
There was contldornblo llfo and anlma-
tlon on and about tho landings, Ratos to
Now Orleans have advanced to tlio follow
Ing Dgurct, viz., 87Jc per 100 Jbi., "5o per
bbl,, on flour and $0 GO per ton on hay.
The weather was rainy during tho furo
noon but after dinner It clcarod awav and
was very ploaunt.
The Grand Tower left for St. Louit
with tbo following freight received from
the James Howard: 800 boxes tugar;
360 hhdt sugar; 12110 bales of most ; 300
pkgt pickles; 400 dry bidet; 2S0 boiot
toda; 100 bbl. potatoes; ISO boxes bitters;
200 M. F. demijohns and tsveral torn tun.
Capt. Boyd, clerk on Phillips' wharf-
boat, hu it mocking bird "twoot tlxteor"
G. M. ALUEN,
Late of Thomas 4: Alden,
FLOUR, 51 HAL, (i R Al N, H A V, Are.
ARE 3IADK SOLELY BV THE
EXCELSIOR MANF'G COMPANY
ST. LOUIS, 510.
Are doing more and
Stiilrkvr nml Clicnpnr
jnan any aigc oi fAmc con,
fnt. AIUU'IIIUUU, XVUUHUIU,
AND Ol'EKATK I'KKrKOTLY
Will do your
Charter COOKING CHEAP
Hfilr AND EASY.
UftK UCIIU A Of IS SJI.EAN.
Charter ALWAYS WAR A A TED
0. W. HENDERSON,
FOR SALE, JJjr Bris f FOR 8 ALB
VOR SALS, j ForBaia 1 FOR BALK
Faro from Livwool,
Fare from Lokdcsdkbbt
Fare from QLAsaow,
Fare from QciXNSTowjr
TO CAIRO, ; t : : t : : $4 8 IP
VfforJ, Mart's A Camltc Agtsts,
TENTD-ST. and OHIO LKVJ.
CAIRO. I M.S.
J. E. LUFKIN,
TTtioleanlr siitd Beliill flrocer.
Has on hand nt all tlmex Yecetahlcs, Krult
nutter and itru.
Uoxet, Tuopicai. Fnuns, Etc., Etc
riT All Mods 'Warranted Fresh, and sold
nt Mitnll l'rotlt.
N. B. Parcels delivered to nny part of tho
city to Customers.
WEST SUIB COMMERCIAL AVE., llETVi T.Z
17th AND 18th rvrilKKT.s
TH2I IT33"W SYSTEM:.
IlETAILKU AT WU0LK8ALS
ruicK ros cash.
No, 135 Ohio Lr.viti:, Caiho.
JSTCiihIi advances on floods on sight.
Rrfruknckh : City Nallonul Until;
Cairo, First National Rank of L'hlcngo.
AT II. C. THIELEOKE'fl STORE
WABHIKOTON AVKNUE. TIKTWKEV TKNTII
AND KLKVBMTn BTIIEETfl.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS or FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
snr uuba auca
ii ii ii it ii
0 lbs. A coffeo Sucar, N. Y. SUl.
1 " Prlmo Rio Coffoo for - -3J
" Choico "
3 " Old Oovornmont Java
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & 3JRO.
onoral CommiBslon Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
t, V. MATUUB8..
B. 0 .uni
- 1 OC
- 1 OC
Teat and othor ttanlo and fancy Groce
ries equally, as cheap.
uoout now ana full weight gtvon. uau
II EN II Y J1ASENJAUER,
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS,
LARD, FRESH BUTTER, LIVE
AND DRESSED POULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AND
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
Am. Gonna WAnitANTF.n Fiti:.iit
Aud sold at tho lowest prices forjcasli,
B Eighth streot, botween Commercial
and Wnsblngtoii avutitics.
MATHUSS & UHL,
C 0 M M I B 8 1 ON M E R C HANTS
IKY AND WESTERN HIODUOE
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS, EGOS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
tSTAU Goods warranted fresh, and wld
tho lowest prices.
Corner 9th St. andCommerclalAve.
MISS 31. .T. CARSON
Withes focnll attention to her stock of Toys,
jiotlonsand Fancy Goods and BUiplo Aril
des consisting of Dolls in great variety,
Ladles' Work-boxes of fine quality, Writing
Desks, Children's Dishes, Toy Wagons, Dot
llucirict. Hobby Horses, l ine Silver-plated
Ware on Nickel Sllver'rino Table-knives,
Knapkln Rings, China Vases, and a good se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also lino
ball Hells, pictures and Picture Frames, and
l,,v niiior article too numerous to men.
Hon. All are invited to coll. Nt). 16 Com.
mcrclsl avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
' streets. 1-XWm,