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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY, MARCH 0, H73
r.iolleAtlo I Old nillfitln Hnlliltn
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. 810. Sicn., tlnsKKVKti'fl Offick. )
Caiko. AUr.-li ft, 1S73, luill p.m.
Uarotnotcr ."VM! Inches.
Thi rmmnetcr 42 decree.
Wind foutlicut, velocity 7 miles per
Maximum, l. inper.iturc lat 21 hour?, at
4 p. m.. J9 dt'jrtri'fc
Minimum temperature, Inst M hours, at
6 a. ni S4 depree.
I'runtlln wjnd l.it 21 bntirf, anutliaW.
Tnfal tminlicr of tnllcn wind travelled, lust
24 houw, 214.
David W. IlAti.VKrr, Observer.
Jitdsro MarehlldmTnf 'Tin-lira, h.n Just re
covrrod from sriern nt'nrk nf meningitis
Major Corliss nf Mi'tropulls, nnd flcorgo
l.nnlierrjr of .Mouiul
City, wcro In town
Jamc ,TnIinnn of tho lllln i Conlral rail
road, and A. A. Arlck, nre visiting Hurling,
P.ivln of the 'Sun.' went to'St. Loulu Willi
a bran new liat on nud cxpcclid to astonish
Fourlljjlit, nlry and commodious bmlncM
office. Enquire at P. Ouhl'a imV building,
No. 80 Ohio lavce. 2-28tr
. Foil SALE.
.Tuot received and for nalo by Stratton &
Bird. 35 bbl. of onlonn, IM bbls, ol need po
tatnens Early Boic, Goodrich, Pink-eye
Early Russet and Buckcyo.
Dcstralnt will podtlvcly bo mado upon
pcrfonal property lor tho laxca duo upon
both real and personal cftato altrr March
l.'i, Till-moans ltilne.ss.
did Aixx. 11. InvtN, Collector.
NOI'ICi:, HIBERNIANS 1
A regular merlin.? of Hlbprnlati Flro coin
panyulll lie held thin evening. Important
tjiilne will bo brought beforo tho meeting.
Wm. McIIale, Frost.
M. J. Howr.r.v, tfecy.
Tlin. L Waton departed ycfterday for
Wan'ilnston, ha.lnjr been relieved Iniiii hU
pottlnthu Ignal Matlnti here.
A pood street crossing was laid down by
McDalc'- gang at the lntpr.ei tlnn of Thir
teenth und Poplar street" ycMerd.iy.
Wo under'taiid tliat the brother of Mr
llenry WII-nn, who was drowned at Shawl
dcmowii mu ten days (diiee, ntTer arcwaid
or f 30 lor ttio rcco cry of his body.
John Murphy, an employe of tho Mt Car
bun railroad, full Irom a t in In ol car- day be
fore yett:Muy, and hud one or bin Icifw cut
otf. Thin aro MMiig hope ol Ids recovery
Foil Sale. My entire Mock or groceries
saddle-, harness and funning Implement, at
whole-alo or retail. 1). Autku.
Yesterday was: a wainierday thin wo hae
bad for foinu week. Tho mn came out
brlKhtly and no did the ladle, und i-hopi lug
nud calling were ludulgcd In to u dcliglitlul
Twenty-live coopers to work on flour and
silt barrel, (lood wages and 'toady work
the year round. Apply Immediately to
A. J. DnUOItKUTY,
Proprietor St ivo and tlarrel Factory,
3-C-flt Mound City. Illinois.
Tho next and lit term of C. Hardy's dan-
cli g ila Tor gtntlcmcn will commence on
next Mondav. March ltth, at 8 o'clock p. m,,
nt Phllliarmmilu hall. All those wMiinf.' to
attend itm-t bo on hand on said evening
Hoarding boue, men nnd teams wanted
on the MIIlppl Central railroad. Apply
on tho woik, wvcn miles northeast nf Co.
himliU", Kclueky, nnd nt Dresden, TenncS'
oe. Siimi tN & LoLcit, Contractors.
enforcement act of May, 1870. Bagsly Is In
dieted for preventing George llurgcrs, n col
ored man, rroui voting, by threats, tntlmlda
lion and force, nt nn election held In 1'ulankl
county lor school purposes, In the year 18(1.
Tho testimony has all been beard nn J this
morning tho case will bo argued,
TIn court is yet. In session. All claims
and bills against the county nro being closely
scruicnueu, nnu only nllowcd when tho
judges nro fully snUfled that they nro correct
nn J jut. llio court will probably last all
Tllo sight tl half u dozen boys playing
marbles on the ttrcet, and of 11111 Lee, we.id-
lug Ills winding way toward the, residence ol
lib. U-iuale parent, "tollt us that the Sprli.g Is
11. Able, No. 2 Sovcntli street, has Just ro
eclied nn entire new itock of wall paper and
Window shades, which will bo sold at lowest
prices. . H. able.
Dr. Wardncr has moved liNofflco nndreM
dence lino tho tccund story of Ills new
building, No. Ill Commercial avenue, where
he may lie lound day or night except when
neces arlly absent on prolesaluual business.
Win Shlck, a well-known citizen of thU
city, died yeterdiy murnlng or coimunii
Hon, at St. Uvls. Mr. Shlck was a member
of the Aral) Fire company and or the Cairn
Casino society. Ills remains will be brought
here lor burial.
The next regular communication of
k Delta Uodgo MW, A. V. ami A. M
will bu held at MjmuiIc hall this (Tlinrsdav)
evening, at "1 oVlnck. Vlslllug brothers
cordially iuitcd to attend.
W. A. Si.oo, Secretary.
Mr Trcil. Hose, merchant tailor, dcslrei
to Inlunn the puhllc lliaUie has reudtcda
lull Mid complete stuck oi cafcinicrcs, Frcmh
and LuglMi cloth'', eiiatlnR, u sting, etc.,
lor spring und siimuier wear. Cloud ills and
all w..rk guaranteed. Shop, No. 104 Com
merclal Avenue. 2-28-1 tv
An applleatlnn liythe people o' thestato o
Illinois lor an liiJuiK-tlun ngaiiit the C (ro
t'lid Vlnconncs llallroad company." asking
tint the company lie enjoined Irom lcalng
car", etc., on Commercial avenue, came be
fore .Inline Urosn cfterday. To-morrow we
will give our readers the bill and the decis
ion In full.
A prominent colored politician has already
cxircsed hU willingness to sill out to the
highest bidder In llio coming municipal can-va-i.
lie lias been reading the various con.
grcn.lon.tl, senatorial, etc, inestii;atlnns,
nnd led that he Is at irond as any big po It
leal flh that has been hong -t or sold, and Is
now In tho market lor auv sum not less th in
to call attention to the "pica" of R
"sufferer" In another cobuiin. I'lio su'Ject
is one which should receive tho attention of
our city authorities Cows are very useful
animal. In their place, bin their place Is not
on the sidewalk" or before gates and about
the front entrances ol citizens' residence".
And we net cr knew a cow yet that did not
put its nose square up to llio latch of tho
gate when it saw tint uny insuver id the
liumull lamlljr srl.hed to pass nut that way.
I'ell 'em lift tin. rnir. n.na.
I will give lifty dollars reward for nny In
rorm illon that will lead to tho detection and
comlrtlmi ol tho person or tiersons who
bayoneted my heller. The bayoneting was
done I ist Saturday evening or nlg'it.
d-l-dlw Oeo. Vocom.
.lolin Turlcy, a brakesnnn on Ihn Illinois
Central rallrn.nl, fell rrora tho train near
Dm. cola yesterday morning. Seventeen
freight cars passed over his b idy, m, -libit-llig
It lieynnd lecognltion. Turley' parents
live at Ccutralla. lie wa nlrctecn years ol
age, nud n good and steady young nun.
PF.LM IN' ICO HOTKL.
Chns nrown, Fort M.idlon: Jas Y Clem
son, Caleilnnl i. IHInolsj John Fox and wlfo.
Chle igo, Illinois; C Fox and wife, Chicago.
Illinois; Arnold Fox, Chicago, llllnnb; Irla
Fox, Chicago, Illinois; Miss Mary Fox, Cbl
eago, Illinois; Willi im Fox, Chicago, Illl
nds: ,1 A McCihc. river; llenry O Frolic,
Charleston, Mls-ourl: Jme W Elliott,
Charleston, Missouri; MJShoflcr, C and V
railroad; F , Johnson, Savannah, Tenncs-
s-e; Ilcur-U. urns ck. M.nind f.'liv: T It
Dlsiner, Itcdl.i, Missouri; U Illrshberg. Si
Louis Missouri; Samuel Illatner. Edxewood.
Illinois; A .1 Little, Mn Meld, Kentucky; L
Ilacr. Nebraska City; C F Ilrulhl, Appletnn.
Missouri; S S lllte. Louisville. Kentuekv;
Win llernett, Macon county; It L Hernett.
Macon county; E V Hull, Evansvllle, Indl.
ana; Amos Watts. Nahille. llllnolx: N II
Maxwell, l'lncknoyvllle, Illinois; Mattlicw
Kulea, Pinckneyvllie, Illinois; WO (Jordan,
l,lii. knovllle, Illl ,os; EdVPIcrco, Taina-
roa, Illinois; Miss Molllo Smith, Tamaroa, 11.
Unols; John Porto , Unonvllle, Mississippi;
J 1) Oordan, Paducah, Keutucky; P Light,
I am going to nert my "woman's rights,"
by an ippeal to that'patlent and long-sufl'er-
lug Doily ttio city eouncll. Csn you not, oh!
Iiulugent lathers or an ungrateful people,
pass some kind of a law to protect defense
less lemales Irom cotctt I'm aware I muko
mysell a target for fcuudry witty remarks
about being qrttn or the cows would'nt dN
tilth me; but I scorn such insinuations; and
shall proceed to unfold my pathetic story to
your sympathizing ears.
1 ask In all sincerity, Is it Just, Is it right,
that I sh ulil bo compelled to furnish my
shlewals nnd Irnnt catc, ns on abiding placo
lor my neighbor' cows? Or to bo a little
plainer, Is It lair, to have tho aforesaid walk
and gate, converted into a ftallt, as It has
been this whole winter? I usually keep fe
malo "help," but what girl would bo willing
to hire herself out to clean, up stables; and
not having hired for that purpose, I hoy very
properly decline to do It; lor which I have
not one word of blame. There Is then but
one resort Tor me to either go out, broom
and shovel In baud, and clean up my side
wa k, (which Is every day tho f.ic-lmllo of mi
unclcaned stable), iny-clf; thus wastl ig from
ten to thirty minutes precious
time, or else have my walk almost 1 in-pi-able,
and the entrance to my gate, in a
condition I should blush to describe.
Then I am theino'hcrol sundry little cher
ubs, all or whom, dally ri-k life and limb,
fiom the horn of the iiforc-nld cows. .Now,
while I dearly loie to writf or "mild-eyed
co.vs wading in aromatic fields or white and
pink cloier," I inut ever agree with tho
poet who i.ays"dUtiuce lends enchainment
lo th Iuv." ) f r as iliesc tliterctlliig am
mils aro concerned, ut lcat.
I ask again, U It lair th it my borne should
lit nude unpleannt, iny time conuuicd, and
my children limbs be endangered, by my
nel hbor's cow?. And Is It buin.ui to the
cows, that they be kept by pe, pie who
leaio them exposed to such bitter edd
weather us we have had the past wlntir?
And II It Mho pn liege ol people to let their
cows occupy the walk" supposed to have
been built lor the use ol pedestrians, should
they not at Icsst bo compelled to keep said
walks cl 'an themselves, and ii'd lcavo It a
I one of tho rrjiular morning occupations or
the Indies who lle near?
UStTF.D STATUS DIHTItlCT COUIIT.
In the Unud St. tcs district court Thomas
II iyc alias Ogle plead guilty to passing and
hating in ids piiH.CMlou counterfeit money.
Upon application or the secretary or tho
treasury. the couit ordered that bo bo com
milted to tho custody or Detective Loner
gall ol the United States secret sen Ice, lo
bo used as a witness by the government In
other districts, und then to be returned lo
this court to receive his sentence.
Nearly n I day yesterday was consumed In
tbu examination or tho witnesses and hear
ing thu arumu'it In theiasuol tho United
States vs. Hubert mid Willluin Dclnpsey.
" i ins cac was given to tlie Jury In tho uller-
( FOIl ItKST noon, and late In the evening tho Jury re-
ported that there was no prospect or their
arriving at a verdict soon, wlieroupou, by
consent or Ihll l-rimi.l nf linll. Llil.ta !...
VI I ri M A I I , .. cmv-, im j
ruivpni.1.. I were relieved fr..m nnu fiirtl.-
I offer for salo my en-Ire livery Hablc- tlonol the caso undl 0 o'clock this morning.
linrfs. bllg.de and harnesscheap lor euib. Tim ivi.n nf thn (ii.it,., i ... wnn
Sale will bo closed by tho 20th Inst. Uu.y was called up In the uftcruoon !aud a
Mtf. Wa W. rAliKEit. pury called. This, onto 1 brouBht under Uio
We have to record the de itb of Edward
Dryer, the ensineer who ran bU engine Into
a train ol ear on the O. and V. railroad,
causing extensive damage to the t'liln. The
circumstances attending the dea b of tho
unfortunate man. are painful. Dryer was
discharged rn in hi poslilmi, und tho fact
welii lied o heatlly on bl mind as to rau'e
derangement, lie was taken to St M iry's
Inlirmary. but In spite or kind care and the
best or medical attendance, Im tiled Tucs
day morning. The superintendent or the t'.
nnd V. road bad bis body placed in a burial
casu und sent to his relatives iu Kentucky.
Some tlmo dining last summer, when the
authorities bail the sidewalk on the south
tide or Conimi reial avenue, between Twen
tieth am! Thirty-fourth 1'iwcicd. contra t
wa awnr led to John Cahlll to till in earth at
each crossing In order to make approaches.
Tho work was done and tho city paid the
bill. The approaches wcro nece-sary mid
ure lound by those who have teams and ha e
occasion to do hauling lu that portion ol the
city, to be voiy convenient. Among the
1 streets to which approaches were nude, was
Twunty-tlfth Htrcet. liut n few days ago.
the eartli was removed from ono side of tlie
approach on that street. No wngoii can
mike the crossing at the n ,ove Mrcet. nnd It
bis been In this condition now for nearly
( t vo weeks. The tax-pnyers or that portion
ofthe city ure enmpl lining, and would liko
t tn litiVM fltr mutter tne. tl,r,i..,l
The brick store, (MxlOo) in Commercial
vcuue. Apply io Dr. Wurducr. is-cim
Steamer Shannon, Olnclnnntl
" .Tuhn Dlppold, Pittsburg
" City Hehinn, Vlcksburu;
" O V Kountz. New Orleans
11 E 0 Elliott, St. Lous
11 Arkansas Hollo, Evansvillo
', J II Johnson, New Orleans
" Arlington. Cinclnr nti
Msrblo City, Memphis
Indiana, New Orlenns
Kobert Mllehel, New Orloani
City of Chester, Memphli
Coal City, Pitt'bure;
Lsdy Le, .St. Louis
Hmoiv City, Ntw Orleans
" Illinois, Columbus
Etcntncr Hhnnnnn. New Orleans
PhuIIuo Cnrroll, New Orleans
" Hob Lo. New Orleans
" Cltv f Helena St. Louis
" (' V Kountz,
" E (J Elliott. Memphis
" Arkir.its fl.dle. EvMnsvllto
" J II Johnson, St. Louis
A linglon. Meoiph's
" Marldn Oily, St. Lruilt
" Iniliiins, LnlsvillH
" Kohl Mllehell. Evtmivillo
" City of Ch-ter, St Louis
" (J.il City, New i 'rleans
" Lsdv l.e. Ib'.l river
" I llnni.. (!,.liimbu
'' Dia'onnd. New Orlnns
" Kmokv Cltv, I niiUvlUo
ro.vrintMS or tiif. liivrns.
Tho (Jhlo at this phio enntlnnet ileelln-
Ing el h rpld r'lto Th'i fall during th"
pt 24 hours wss aVtoMt two feet. Tin-
fll In thn Mjiippl Is regular, nnd ib.-rn
is iiboui 0J fcnl in tll chsnr.cl. The ice
continue thick enough to nv ko naviga
tion Imz ird 'tis.
Special dispatches to TriK Mullf.tin
report the condition of tho rivers at va
BCsIXESS AND WKATIIKR.
Jluslness remains good nnd tho rates aro
fair. Tho-u U plenty of fre'ght on band,
Yesterdny was h bright "prlng-llko day.
Tho Dob Leo left Ut Tursday night
for the South, with 000 tons froight, and
a good lot of passenger.
Tho Mnrblo City sheathed hor bow nnd
left yesterday with n light trip for St.
Tho Wnrner had 500 tons water plpo
for St. Louis, nnd has laid up hero on ac
count of tho iro.
Th Llttla Alps Is loading two bargos
with freight for Now Orlenns.
The Emma Elliott had a big trip lor
Memphis, nnd addod nothing hero.
Tho Paulino Carroll left for tho South
with all tho freight sho wanted.
Tho Mitcboll had a fair trip for Evs.ns-
villn, but the Indiana was light.
Tho Oloncoo commenced loading for
oNow Orleans, will get all sho wants.
Tho Arlington discharged largely horo,
nnd had n good trip for Memphis.
Tho Lndv Leo had a big trip for
Shroveport nnd way landings on Hod
The Diamond and Coal City had big
tows of coal for tho South,
Capt. Frank W. Bedard was in tho city
City Nntlonnl UauU Building.
SpMial attention paid to orders from stcsu
bnt nlirhl ord
JjKWjA DVERT1SEM E'K TS.
OltDIN XNCK NO. 47.
An ordinance tn authorize llalllday flrothers
or ilemy L. Uulllduy to lay uonu raiiroau
tracks upon certain portions ol Luvco
lie It ordained by tho city council of tho
city ol Cairo : ...
bKCTio.v 1. That llcenso and permission
Is berniiv elven and L'rulitcd to Messrs.
llalllday llrolhers. or Henry li. llalllday, to
I y down, maintain ami operate upon aim
along such pordons of Levee street, onpolta
to, orasnbul, upon ground owned by hi in
or tbein. norl i of the south II no ol Thirty-
sixth street, such lines ol rails, turnout or
switches ns will enable them to mako i rn ti
ro id connection between any railroad tracks
which now exist, or may hereafter be laid
upon said Levee street, ami nny tracks or
lines ol rails they may lay dow n upon ground
owned liv tlirin e.i-t of I even street nud
above tho south lino or Thlrly-slxtli street:
provided said lines of rail-, turnouts and
switches are so laid nnd operated on sal, I
Levee street that the p:isnge ol men nud
tennis over them will not thereby be inter
rupted or Intel fe-cil with.
Approved .Miireii v. i. ioi.i.
Juii.v M. Lanhdkn, Mayor.
Attest : M. J. llowi.F.Y, City Clerk.
OltDINANCE NO. 48.
An ordinance to nilthorlzo tho Cairo nnd
Vincciities lt.11lro.11l companr lo lay down
iiti'l operate tracks 011 portions of Lev uo
lie it ordained by tho city council of the
city of Calm:
SscrioN 1. That llcenc and permission I
hereoy given nnd gi anted to the Cairo and
Vlneeiities Itallroad company to lay down,
maintain nud operate 0110 or two railroad
tracks upon nnd along that portion of Levee
street 1101II1 01 Eighteenth (Itilh) street as
they may deem expedient, provided sail
tracks aic so laid, maintained and operated
that the piviu ot men and teams ove
alum.', ami ncro-s tbein will not thereby bo
interrupted or luterlcicd vvltli.
.Approved .March .". A. D, IttT.I.
Jons M. Lansukn, Mayor.
Attcts M. J. MoWLEY, Ci y Clerk.
OltDINANCE NO. 49.
An ordinance to divide the city into
lie it ordained by the city council ol the
city ol Cairo :
stCTlnM I ho city ol Cairn shall he and
Is hereby divided Into live ward-, us lol
lows Fiitt. Ml (hat part ol the cby which lies
south and ca-t or the centre line ol West
Seventh Mrcet, and soiuh and east ol that
line produced to the middle, of he main
channel ol the MUsbMpid ilver, and tooth
iiinl east or the Centre line id Seventh street,
and south aim ea-l ol that line produced to
the middle ot the main channel ol tlie Ohio
river, shall lie and is bercby established us,
ami denominated the "Flr-t Ward "
.SriW. All that part of the city which
lies between the f irst ward, as herein nnd
hereby established, Und the cen
tre line ot Eleventh street, mid
that lino produced to the middle
ol the m du channel or the OMo and .Mi-sl-slppi
river, shall be nn-' Is hereby denoinl
Hale the "Second Ward."
T.tWd, All th t part ..I tlie city wh'ch lies
between the M'coiitl Ward, us lien In ami
hereby established, and the cetilie lino of
Sixteenth stre. t, ami that line produced 10
the middle 01 tlie main channels ol the'Ohlo
niilMls-ss pi livers, shall bu ami tolicicbv
e-tabli-hed us, and denominated the I bird
Fourth. All that part ol the city which lies
between tlie Third Ward, a herein ami
hereby established, and llio centre line of
Twenty seeoiel street.uod Unit line prod, iced
to tlie middle id l lie main (.hniuels or the
Ohio ami .Mli..,pl ilver. shall bo and
hereby is cstahli-hcit utho "Fourth Want."
Filh. All th it part ol ihe city which lies
between the Fourth Ward, as herein and
hereby established, nnd the northerly
boundary nf tho city extending fiom the
Mississippi to tho Ohio river, s'uill lie mid
heieliy is estahllshctl as thu "Filth Ward."
Approved March fi. A. D 187.1.
J..IIN M. LiNoliK.v, Mayor.
Attest: M J. HdWXKY, City Clerk.
COMSIISnlUN A XI '4RWAHIMs)M.
fORWAHDING and COMMISSION
FIL LEY'S FAMOUS
If KHC II API TN.
DEALERS IN FJ OUIt;
And Ageats of
niO RtVBB AMD KAXAWIIA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
WHOLESALE AND HKTAJI,
TO. 74: OHIO
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucee.sors to ?.. I. Flrnflrtc A Co.l
Forwarding and Coiumiasioii
t2 Liberal Arfvneriii.ii m.l Z&4
o upot. CinsUnincnU
Ktf ireisr-d to rcn. -tor,, an,) inmnrd
frlhtr lo ill imtot n. bur n,
HI nn cnrnmlspn n,
"lltisln -tlfnrlslln emmi'ilT.
S. I). AABIIS.
li. J. A YKIiH
Botttil and Proscription
nil fclgiiiu htrcet.
chamol. and rabbit .Li
fer Weak Imi,;,.
At IJARCLAY B1I03,
FOR SOUK Till to AT,
Prcparod and sold
Br BARCLAY BROS
And Disinfectant lor Stahlos
At BARCLAY BROS.
And "Universal Stamiord."
At BARCLAY BROS.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tbe plrcdnl tesmrr
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 O1110 Lkvkk, Cairo, Ills.
ARH MADE SOLKLY BY THE
EXCELSIOR MAXF'O COMPANY
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMD DRALKIl IX 1
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - . . ILLINOIS
ST. LOUIS, MO.
U It U O l H.
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73
C HA NNY.
H T R I PES,
KKMTUUKY JBAKH, VXTHk,
ARUK STOCK OF OAl.t.v.TlNG
Uli I'.illlrr, Nlitck
VERY LOW KIOUKKS.
uorhihSth bt. anu couukhuiaLtay.,
NEW YORK STO.tK,
WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
lauqmt vabikty btook in tuk city
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOSE.
Corner of Nlnrtrttulh utrovtituil Com
O. 0. 1'ATIEU.
Onli'licr mill Cliriipnr
'itununy Steve of tame cot I.
Charter T AKE AIWAvs
0 , Low-Priced, Reliable,
AND OPCRA1 E PERFECTLY
Will do your
Charter COOKTNG CHEAP
ANO E SY.
WICK A.M) JI.E.iy.
IIYLAND & SAUER,
AND DUALKKS IN
CHOICE TKESIl MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner lOtli street and Cnmnierelal aVenuj
next door tn tliu llyl.inil italuiiu.
11-ID if. CAIRO. ILLS.
lib etui in
FRESH M EAT,
EldUTII STIIKKT, IlKTWKKN WiHIIlNOTO
AMI) CUUUKUCIAL AVBNUKB,
ililnlnn Ul'tentiniiiic nnd llannjr'x
he, I ho Iihhi or llritt, I'orU, Mutlo,, Vral
l.smli, Ssu.k, Die, -n.l ar irf ,r, in ftrtc
mtiiHiiN In tltH rnoMi nut Kiiti'itf 'nnnar.
JOHN fi. I'HLLIS & SOy,
iSucceMori to John I). Chilli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTD-BT. and OHIO LEVE
Dick Fowlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday nxceptod) at
ap.m For freight u-;iu apply un n.iai or
Ja. MaI.uikv, Ax't.
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholraitln nnd Het'.ll Ororrr,
lias on band at all limes VeeUilci, Fruit
Butter and Htm, Lard.
noxKT, Tkopical FnctTs, Etc., Etc
K3TA L'nnda "Warranted Krenli. in,l nl,l
N. n. ParcoN delivered to any part of tho
city to Customer!.
WEST 8IDK COMMRKOIAL AVE.. IltnrK.I
l'tll AND 18lh BTKKKT8
P. G. tchuh.
G. M. ALDEN,
Lato of Thomas & Aldcn,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, &c.
No, 1,15 Onto Levee, Cairo.
SSTCusli advance on Oonda on slfjtit.
Rl'.KfltkNRKH : Cltv Nutlonal Hank
Cairo, l"irt Nutioual liauk ol' Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levco, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JAMES K V.N ASTON,
lltJTCIIKU ANU OkALKK IV ALL KlNDS 0
CO UN EH NlNKTKNTII ANI POPLAR SIS.,
lluyn and ulaunliten only tho best ca'lli
"F" H",'1 "lll','Il. al,l I'repared Ut till anj
demand mr frei.li meuu from one pound tc
ten thounaud pouudt,
WtiOD KITTEN HOUSE & BRO.
oncral CommisBion Merobants
m OHIO LKVKK.
Z. l. MATIIUB8.,
s. o .out
MATnUSS A UHL,
AND URKKBAL ,;
Commissi on Merc hantb
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
M OHIO XKVKB.
TUB ISTEW SYSTEM.
OROCEUIEi UtTAILICO AT WHOLESALX
rniCKB FOR OA8 0.
AT H. O. THIELECKE'S STORE
WABniNOTON AYKJtne. IlITWEKW TXNTD
ANU XLKVXNTU STRKETS.
K drt Cuba Sucar for
91 i ti ii ii
flj lt)i. A coffeo Suear, N. Y
1 " Prime Rio Coffee for
1J " Cbidco " "
8 " Old Government Java
- - 1
Std. - 1
Teas and other itaplo and fancy Groce
rion equally an cheap.
Gn.uU nnw and full wnight (jlvnn. Call
And Dealer lu
Vf G"TA III.KS, FHUITS. KOO',
LARD, PRESII BUTTER, LIVE
A I) D'IKS El P ULI RY,
FUE.-II MALTED AMI
SMOKED FI.-1I, ETO.
All Goods Wahiianted Fhesh
And cold at the lowest prices forjeath.
BSElBhtli utreet, between Commercial
and W'u.liington aventiei.
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EOOS, LARD
FRESH UU'ITEIt, ETC.
3T All Goods warranted fresb, and sole
tho lowest piieos.
Corner lltti St. andCnmmnrclalAve.
VM. (1LENN & SON'S
HEAD qVARTEHS FOR anOCEItlEU
rOFFEE. Rio. Lnguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUfl.VR, N, O., Hard & Soft Refined,
SYRUPS. New Orleans and Eastern.
WK MAKK HPKCIAI.ITIK8 OF
10 7t Vim St. CIXUSKA Tl
MISS M. J. 0ARSO
Wl.lies to oall o'.tentlnn tn lier stock ol Toy,
Nr ffiiii. and Faney tlimda and ISIaple Al tl-
i " J.n ii ln ot Poll- In Rrcat variety,
1 adleTw . rfcfuoxVi ol ttniqiallty, Wrltluif
""cidldreii'H IH.Iies, Toy Wn-, Doff
UaettWil Hnldiy Ilnr ei-. Fine 81 ver-plaied
Ware on Nickel Silver. Fine Table.kiilvca,
Kininkln RlnK-.Clilim Vaaeji, au . jkooiI im
le l.n of Cheap Jewelry. ANi line
i'ill Bella. Picture- und Picture Frames uud
muiiv odicr article too nuuieroua to uu r
i n All are invited to call. Nn. IM umu
. merclal" viuu., b.twein NiUi HdTtelli