CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MARCH 9, 1873
MOIL WUTin BEPOBT.
17. 1. 8ia. Bml.OiwkktsrM orrtcx. 1
(GAIM, UxTok 8, 1873, 10:11 p.m. j
rHreesister 30:01 degrees.
Wlad seutawast, Telocltjr 0 mllci per
Maxima esperataro test 24 hours, at
4 p. as., 6:40 degrees.
Minima temperature, last S4 hours, at
A a. m., fiat degrees.
Prevailing wind tot 24 hours, southwest.
Total Mmber of miles wind travelled, tut
84 hours, 14S.
David W. Harnett, Observer.
The funeral services of Mm. Annie M. L.
Burnett will be held In the Presbyterian
church ol this city, on Sabbath morning,
March 9, at 10:49. The pastor of the M. E
church and his people will unite In the ser
vices. Funeral sermon by Ho v. H. 1$. Thayer.
The friends of tho family will meet nt the
house at balf-paU 10 a. m., and after prayers
will proceed to the church. All nie Invited.
Jailer Mcllalc Is In Chicago.
Yesterday was n lively day nod business
Ice water was called for In several In
The Rev. P. L. Thomson returned from
St. Louis ycsUrday.
The county court, after being In session
one week, has adjourned.
Mrs. Butler, late postmistress of Villa
Ridge, has resigned the ofllce.
Services In the Methodist church will take
place at tho usual hour this evening.
Mrs. Margaret Rider, a sister of Capt. Ham
blcton, died in Mound City on tho 4th lnst.e
Mr. Kent of the telegraph offloo In tlilu
city, returned yesterday from a visit t
The county court refused to allow the bills
oi uie bailiffs who were on duty at the last
terra or our circuit court.
Tho Cairo and Vincenncs Railroad com
pany are converting the Ballard tobacco
warenousc into a freight depot.
A. J. Althouse, an old Calroita dolog busi
ness at present In Memphis, is la the city
shaking bands with his many friends.
The sewers arc open and tho water, tho
tip water, Brother Davis, is fast finding Its
way Into tho broad bosom of the Ohio.
Jchn Nolan, who attempted to carry too
large a load of whiskey and failed com
pletcly, yesterday paid f 7 Into the city treasury.
The pony belonging to Col. Winston, which
disappeared some time slnco with Its rider,
Johnson, near Caledonia, has been found.
Johnson is still among the mlsalng.
For Sale. My entire stock of groceries,
saddles, harness and (arming implements, a.
wholesale or retail. p. autkr.
Wc are offering some bargains In bleached
and brown muslins, sheetings, tablo linens
and housekeeping goods.
3lt Stuart & guolson.
McIIale's gang done good services yester
day In repairing and putting down a side
walk on the North side of Twentieth street,
between Washington avenue and Walnut
Michael Ryan, who has of late been mak
ing a decent livelihood, by robbing drun.en
men, was caught yesterday, and tor the next
fifty-five days will spend his precious time
In repairing sidewalks. -
Young Kasly. tho negro who tired a load
or buckshot at the engineer of the Cairo and
Vlncennes railroad, near Fortieth street
some two months ago, was arrested on Mon
day by Sheriff lrvln, and Is now In Jail.
Mr. Fred. Rose, merchant tailor, desire,
to Inform the public that ho h ne.iv..i .
full and complete stock of casimeres, French
usn'u ciouh, coatings, vestlngs, etc
lor spring and summer wear. Good fits mnd
ail work guaranteed. Shop, No. 104. Com
merclal Avenue. 2-28-lw
Samuel Wilson, an Alrlcan gentleman who
nwreieaseuiroratno calabooe on Friday
evening, become again Indebted to the city
3 --ajr in me sum off 10 25. Mr. Wilson
aiuni nappen to have tho little amount re.
quired by him, and therefore cheerfully sc.
cjuiesced in the order.to liquidate bis Indebt
ednest by performing street Lbor for ten
Fonr light, airy and commodious builnets
offices. Enquire at P. Cuhl'j new building,
No. RO Ohio levee. jtf
The brick store, (13x100)111 Commercial
arcane. Apply to Dr. Wardner. ft-0-lm
The next and last term of O. Hardy's dan
cing class Tor gentlemen will commence on
next Monday, March 10th, at 8 o'clock p. m.,
at Philharmonic hall. All those wishing to
attend must be on hand on Raid evening
Boarding bosses, men and teams wanted
on tho Mississippi Central railroad. Apply
on the work, seven miles northeast of Co
lumbus, Ketucky, and at Dresden, Tennes
see. Bheiian & Loutit. Contractors.
On Friday last, at noon, a larno Newfound.
land dog about 8 months old curly hair,
nearly black. He answers to the name
of "Frank." A sultablo reward will ! naM
to any one who will furnish Information oi
his whereabouts. Paul O. Schuh.
CONCERT 1 CONCERT I
A concert will be given at Washington
hall on 8unday afternoon and evening, when
tho citizens or Cairo will have the opportu
nity o( hearing Slgnor Rossi In his sublime
solos on the violin, and ono string perform
ance on a common piece of pine board.
3-8-2t Jouk SctlEKL.
Twenty-live coopers to work on flour and
salt barrcN. Good wages and steady work
the year round. Apply Immediately to
A. J. DuUGIIERTV,
Proprietor Stive and Barrel Factory,
.T-G-flt Mound City. Illinois.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
Persons desirous of becoming members of
the Chamber ot Commerce, can leave their
application with G. D. Williamson, presi
dent. A general compliance with the obovo
Is particularly requested. An adjourned
meeting Is tn be held at the olUco of G. D.
Williamson, Monday, 10 a, m., March 10, en
suing, when action on membership will be
taken. J. ll.lIUHrntiRY8,ec,y.
Cairo, March 7, 1873. 3-7-3t
HOW AN HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOL"
J W Glass and wife, Jackson, Tennessee;
II D M Miller, Aurora, Indiana; Miss A N
Murphy, Metropolis, R U AVoolfork, Louis
ville; J K Ferguson, Tennessee; U EDrew,
Cincinnati; Joseph S Tuckenbcrg, Cincin
nati; W E Evans, Chicago: J L Buchannan,
Cincinnati; R R Scott, Springfield, Tennes
see; J H Trcmmcr, Ojpo Girardeau: H C
Coffey, city; Capt Tom Harmon, Nashville:
L W Stillwcll, city; F R Munn, Rixon, Wis
NEARLY A VICTIM.
Some ten davs aco. John Lewis and wife.
a colored couple, landed at our wharf, direct
Irom Yaioo river. They had raised a crop
ot cotton the last season, their industry net
ting them (300. This sum they wero In pos
session of when they arrived in this city
ami the fact becoming kuown, they became
an object or Interest to that class ot darkeys
who von't work but must live. Lewis and
his wllo wero roped in to the
domlcll of John and Elizabeth Law
son, engaging board and lodging. Yesterday
morning Lewis woke up and found his
pocket-boot, containing $150, missing. He
procured the services of Mrcrs and Arnold.
who at once pot Lawsou and wife under ar
rest and instituted a thorough search. They
succeeded in finding tho money less twenty
dollars. Tho parties were taken beloro
Judgo Bros yesterday, who held them to
dsii in tne sum or ?i00 each, to answer the
charge of grand larceny at the next term of
our circuit court. Lawson Is well-known by
our police, and has always had the reputa
tion oi being a goou tor nothing negro.
A GRAVE MATTER.
At the Now York store, Early Bote, York
andrPeeriesi seed potatoes. Also plows and
freth garden seed. Bottom figures always.
3d3tw2t C. O. Patikr Co.
I offer for sale my entire livery stable
horses, buggies and harness cheap lor cash.
Sale will be closed by the 20th Inst.
3-tf. Milks W. Parker.
Board in a private family for man and wile
and two children. Euuulrc at Upm. r,v
offlce, or address S. O. caro ol Bulletis
A HOUSE WANTED.
A bouse containing three or live roomi
for which a good tenant can be had by ap
plying immediately to B. F. Burmrfdr. at tin.
ticket office oi the Calio and Vlncennes rail
NEW SPRING GOODS.
Stuart A Gbolson will effer on Monday
morning new styles or spring dress goods In
new and beautiful shades. Also a line or
new styles ol Spring prints to which attcn
tlon is directed. 34.11
Destrslnt will positively be Wdn
poraoual property lor the taxes due upon
Jbeta real and personal estate alter March
This means business.
(ltd Alex. U. Ihvin. Wlcdor.
VmJm. Indebted to Greeley
NOT AN OVER-DRAWN PICTURE.
Dear Sir : Cairo Is undcnlsbly a great
place, or will be. With all the advantages
that Cairo has, sho has one disadvantage,
Tor which I pity her. She is obliged to have
a graveyard. 1 do not pity
her ror being obliged to have
a graveyard, but pity her for being oblige J
to locate that graveyard at Villa Ridge, a
place historic in the annals of this city as the
burial place of Cairo's dead.
Then again, I do sot pity her so much for
the rct that the graveyard is located at Villa
Ridge : I believe the locailon to Lr r
good ene ; but I pity her because or the
nanrur in wnlcli tne ;must reach that grave
yard to bury her dead.
Me all know the meant (it wtilrti Hot
graveyard can be reached Is through the m
uiuu, oi tne Illinois Central railroad
10 illustrate the uinur (Iw of lM,'i
citizens diet ; the Illinois Central road liuity
lurouart, uj ieing paia lor It, an c sgfot
ana me number ol cars required i . .
01 nuuureu dollar lor the enxlii tnd two
cart. This funeral train, with Its patseu-
gers, starts Irom Cairo for Villa liliW
promptly on the time set. the train to rtium
to Cairo about four o'clock. All roes 00
smoothly till the train get about four tulles
ouuide the tlty, when It rtops. The cause
ol the itoppluj It vxm ascertained. The en
gine has given out : the train 1st with lu,
passengers about an hour, waiting to get up
sufficient Steam U) run. Tli train Cnillr
crawl, as lar as the Junction, and this finst
delay causes rurther delays ; in ract, causes
SO minr delavs that the trmln
Cairo till after six o'clock, to the great dla-
coiuion 01 uungry men, women and ihll.
dren. On the up trip the luneral train Lai
to wait at the Junction till n err u d train Lu
passed, and on the return trip hat to turn
oaci: anu wan at the Junction
after it has come within about
tbrco miles of town all because of the first
delay, It seems to me that when the peo
ple pay t:ie price tney should get the article
The Illinois Central got their
lkrifA kilt T .In twit thlnlr t1. 1.
got tho right article in an old,'broken-down
engine that, in all probability, may have been
built In tho days or Noah. 1 have one ad.
vice to give to tho people or Cairo: the next
time they go to a funoral, let them take a
restauraul along, and each person provide
themselves with a caotxeu or water; In ract,
go prepared to stay, no matter how loug.
With the Central road it seems to be "you
no like, you no take." It is plain that the
peopio uon't "line," hot unlortunately they
From the Cairo Bun.
To the Memory of Mrs. Annie Massio L.
Burnett. KetnecUulIy Inscribed to her
Beautiful sleeper, In rain we have called
Again, and again, to waken once more.
The angels have borne tbee "'oyerthe river,"
ucautllul sleeper, thy life work Is o'er.
A daughter so pure, 10 gentle, and lovely;
Ah I how thy mother will miss theo each
Thy lather will grieve; ohl faith beyond
They know that angels hive borno thee
Thy sitter will listen, perchance forgetting,
Will listen, thy musical tones to hear,
Will feel thy soft lingers hor hand caresslin,
Dreaming tho form oi hcrlov'd one Is near ;
And dreaming alas, will 'waken to sadness,
And dreaming perchance, may 'waken to
For her darling whose life-thread soon was
The sister who lies iu a dreamless sleop.
Adorning thy brow the swoct crown of wife
hood; Aht bow the tears of thy husband will start.
As he remembers how sweetly his darling I
Breathed out her life, folded clo-o to his
Beautiful sleeper I thy young brow Is Icy,
Yet sweet Is thy rest, so young and so fair,
It seems as we watch In silence beside tbec
The glory or angels Is glinting thy hair.
Beautiful sleeper I thy dear Utile children,
Have lost a dear friend, the tenderest, best,
No more their soft hands, thy bright hair
No more to their rest, bo rocked on thy
Oh Friendship 1 we know thy chain Is nil
Not ono tarnished link to bring us regret;
Though time from ournwn grief may seek to
Tho Irlcnd wc have lost wo can never
Beautiful sleeper! the spring-time is coming,
Bringing her treasures of fragrance and
Sweets like the roses thy dear hands have
Soon, precious friend, sho will drop on thy
Wc lay thee down gently, beautiful sleeper I
Lay thee to res, near thy once happy
While the frail casket lies, down In earth's
The Jewel shall shlno where storms may
List of letters romalning in tho Cairo
pott-offl:e, March 8, 1873:
a KM tlx men's list.
Avery, John Bohannan, Alonzo
Atuion, Anderson, Aron
Oodbaum, Capt B H Bartholomew, OL 2
Burcets. Morris Bariinirer. H S
Binder, Henry Brady, Jerry
Blakery, Loonidas Browne, Thomas
Bryant, W T Barror, V P
Church. Bob ' Caster. N W
Cunningham, A Copland, L W
Cbapmmi, B Dixon, Benj
Darlington, U Davis, Geo
Dannlan, John Duffleld, Thos 2
Cosnner, John Kckuls, D A
Elwertb, H J English, John E
Foster. Bvrd Ferguson. Frank
Fulton, John Froeman, James
Furlong, It Uloom A tfdlr
Qrabara. Austin Griffith. Chcfltolla "
Grav. Itaas Graham. Jonathan
OoolJeoow, Smith Hall, W W .
Hill, Hamuol Uayao, John 8
Hayes, Joko Hicks. 11 F
Hicks. G W Hicks. F J
U annoy, A C Joslyn, Don O
James. Isaac Jones. J K
Ksnnodv. Michael Krueirer. L
Laoge, W Newell, Sarah
Miles, James O'Kuffee. William
O'Lary, Thomas Rice. Armstead
Pigetn, John U Phillips, James
Parker, John Roundtreo, Uuinuel
Kowan, Lawrence Kud, v M
Sawlns, G W Stetgala, Joe
Sbors. J O Stuart. John
Scott, John Victor, F P
Taylor, J Woods, r)isell
Washington, Allon Williams, F
Welline. Chaa Woodward. F R
Williams, G D Woodward, Hubert
Waller, L WaUon, Wm
White, Billy Young, Billy
Toung, Wm S
Able, Annie Berry, Roia
Bobannon, A D Bowman, Julia
Barted, Nancy Banda, Harriet
Uarry, Frances Jfcntly, M M
Cromwell, Wm P 2 t ampbell, Hardin
Curry, Fanny Cobb7 Anny
Brry, Caroline Davis, Julia
Dillingham, Kecnel Earls, E J
Fil SililU. rilLnn VlUn
Goodrich. Margaret Green, Josephine
II 1 u.A a i I att
Uahn. J: M
iMnrup, M -M
J the, Amlria
Kcapp, G M
l ot Saw York store, will nleaMi tri.
tola aiuir aeeauBte before Attrll IS. lifts. u
kU debts SMt Ussi puii VIM be pUjted for col- t,u-t help themselves in reference to VlUa
Mcnoa ana coat suae on uw same, juu mage cemetery, and must "Uke." A oues-
sussm kttalnsss. G.TL Gataaujtv, tlon very pertinent to my mind Is: how longf
JWtSJI I I f V
In a" on the wharf vesterday, and Tory lit
tie Southern freight was handled, owing
to tho scarcity of tonnage.
The weather was clear, pleasant nnd
The City of Qulney Is reported out of
the channel and hard aground near ias
kaskla. Sho has conitderahle freight on
board and Is on route to Now Orloans.
The Joe Kinney caino out with n good
trip for Bed rlvor, and added considerable
Tho Mollio Mooro discharged a big lot of
glatswuro, Iron, ote.,for roihlpmcnt south
nnd had a good trip to St. Louis.
The Sherlock went up with u good pas
senger trip for tho Ohio river.
The J. S. McDonald passed up Kith n
tow of empty barges.
Tho Tyrono camu in from Nashville
with a slim trip, and wont beak with a
pretty fair load.
Tho Elliott went up with a light freight
for St. Louis.
The Kittle Heglor takes n trip from
Memphis up Arkansas river.
There woro 320 steamboats arrived nt
this port during tho month of February.
sjtty National Bastta BnllUlna;.
(.Special attention paid to orders Irom sieam
TAX SALE NOTICE.
that at n tax sale ol real estate made at the
andcr county, Illinois, by tlie alierltr stnU x-
... . .lIh ami! Inrin hi I'nlllll V.
oiueio coneciur 01 iai:i m " 1 ; '
on tho 27th nnd 28th days of June, A. D.,
w . 11111..U ...iH.lliaaiil. fur mil
stite, county and district aeliool taxcs.laxeil
tlierenn lor tuo year ioiu, ,, "V,.
cribed lots 11 saiu city 01 uu, ,": . ,
!L. n. ..1.1 .lan. .Inv nf .liino I
sny: vii mu .ni - . . ..
purchased lobSO, In block Oi, In said city,
taxed in tho name ol J. L. Rene", and the
time lor redemption tnercoi mcj '" 7
the23tliday or June. 1S73: and on the said
iitll Clay Idtino, IBil, 1 iiin:uai:u 111 1 "i'
.1 11..., 1 tL.Ui. In flip ninipa lielow
IICPCIIUUM llCl.t", ...v ...
designated, the time for redemption of
which will expire on tho 27th day ol June,
1873, to-wlt :
LoTHi'kWhcrc situate. Iiiwholiainet'x'"d
1 1 ir.
City of Cainy.tohn Canroti,
lo Taylor Parcon,
do ,3in. 1'iamps
do l.lohanna Hennessey
do Mrs.i:. T.llolbrook
1st addition, Culling & Sons
do SehuttcrA; Griffith,
4th addition, ITaylor&l'aron.
W. II. Gilbert, Purchaser.
ROYAL M All, HTEAMEIW.
tUBRTINO THE RKITIS1I MAILH
Steam Scml-Wockly Between
NEW 'YORK AND LIVERPOOL
Passengers booked to London, Gl.vgow,
Londonderry, Cardill, Bristol, and France,
Germany, -weden, Norway and Denmark
And From the above named places to all the
principal Railway Stations in tho United
States on Through tickets.
Ass Experiment Hurt-eon la Attached
to each Ntratner.
The attention of persons wlhlng to send
to tho Old Country for their triunds, Is called
to the great facilities offered by thU celo
brated Line or Ocean Steamships which has
been In sucrensrul operation since ltwl, and
nnnibcrs In Its licet some 01 the largest, as
well as the lastest steamers afloat.
r.C. OauWV Oen'l Weal Ag 'I,
60S. Market St., Chlcag).
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
LOCAL AUE.NTH, CAIRO.
INMAN LINE "
Luersool NawTock and rhtladpbla
rucita oorrascr win csiraa mrsa sho aatma
Pur CarryiaHh) Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
Steamer T F EcUrt, Hickman.
- Kx, fit. L'uit.
" Joo Kinney, St. Jult.
" JS McDonald, Baton liouire.
" Clinton, St. I,ul. 6
" Arkanias Bslle. KrantvilU.
" MolJU Moore. Pimturg.
" Tbotnat iherUV, N Orleans.
" Mary M:Dwoald, Ouachita river
Jim Fisk Jr, lMucah.
u Emma Elliott, Msuphli.
" Illinois, Colimbci,
Steatntr Joe Klnnav. Rm1 rlvxr
j n .Hcviesia, rittsburg.
Arkansas Belle, Evanfille.
Mollie Moore, Ht Louis.
Tboinat Sherlock, Cincinnati.
Mary McDonald, St. Louis.
Jim Flik. Jr, Paducah
Kmma Elliott, St Loutt.
CONDITION OK THE RIVERS.
Tho river receded 3 feet during the past
24 hours. The Mississippi Is reported
swelling slowly, and there is only G feet
in the channel to St. Louis.
Special disoatches to the Bullktiw .
port the condition of the rivers at various
BUSINESS AXB WEATHER,
These was a sort of dullness prevail
oa reataaa urotairioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aut
W Broadway, Kew-Tork, or to
H. II o up S,
Waiblogtoa Afnout Cairo. 1 Ulncit.
FOB SALE, Jor Bala r FOR SALK
HOW SALE.) r7,t&i FOR BALE
Fare from LivxaroOL,
Fare from Lokdchukurt
Fare from Glasgow,
Fare from Qveskbtown
TO CAIRO, ;:::::: $48 20
?ffWd, Monti A Candcc Astute,
GREEN & GILBERT,
OOUNSKLOltS AT LAW,
William H.Otmo, '
William B miUrt,
STRpeela. atUatioa gliao te Admlraltr and
ornos 01110 levee, rooms 7 and Bovxr
CITT ST ATIONAL HANK.
David T. Llncgar. John. M. Lansdcn
JJNEGAR t LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oltl I'll mi Hnvi'lilli utriwit Wltilnr'u l.lii.V
"id offlce of Llncgar, Munn & Popo. 2-21-lm
81 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any nhrewd man who can do business
.111 cue quiet, 1 guarautce an Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, and In perfect safety.
" iu rci;a,
'West Fourth street, Kew ct
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
lOO Xllea the Rtiorteat nossto
Clffhty Miles lbs Rhortmst Roale
NO CHANGE OF OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OHANOE OF OAKS
mi da inn to
Cltirltmall, llanaiKilla, Tnleilo,
jrirnu, i;ief mhiiii, ninvr rum
llurlitlii, Mtllrliiiic;, Wuhlnict'in.
Ilaltlninre, Philadelphia, New York.
Boston ami all pmntseat.
Mllwaukla. JnnlllA. Mo.ll.nn.
LaCroaae, 81. 1'nul and all polnls north.
This Is also the only illrrrt rnuin to
Dcattir, ninomlngton, NnnnRphli
1'iorla, Oulncf, Konknli,
HurlingloD, Knelt Uliml, I.n Hl!c,
Mrndota. tilmn. Krrroort.
Uslmtia, iliilmqun, Hlnui Ulty,
Omana and all olnta northwest.
KloRant Drawing Room Sloeping Ca'
Un all Might Trains.
I)nm(jo Cheeked tn all Important point.
For tickeli nml information, nm.lv tn I. C. II. H
depot h mm j on board Inn Iriumt atamr lie
tweoii iiiutiiout anu Cairo, ami ino princip4
rallroa I ticket offlc-a IhrniiKhout tho soulb.
W. I'. JOIIN-ioN. Oi-n'l Pass. Aic'l, CliMaso.
A. A1IT0HSLL, Uen'l. BUP'I. I'IIICHKO.
J. JOHNSON, Afj't. Cairo.
. 3:uo '
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8PK1NOFIELD A K D ILLINOIS
SOUTUEASTUKN 1(. K.
On and aftor Monday, April 24th, 1372
trains will run as ioiiows:
iaais aoma entnnsiiT.
Lcaro Vlrilni.. 6:40 a. m
1 fnr nulle d. :0 "
, TjlorTllI ins "
Arnre at l'n. 11.IC
raiiNn ooikci noitiiwinr.
I.cbto Pana 4.KI a. m 3 35 a. m
" Tatlortilli- 4.40 " 4.0 "
AirltfltS.rii'KflU1...0.n ........0.(m "
l.eate Hrinnld- s.8 " fl to "
Arnvont VliRinia 8.3 a.li '
TkAI-li OOISO SOCTIItlKT,
Lcaie Kduoo.l ..5JO. m.- ...10.10 p.tr
" Klorn H.i " .11.40 '
Arrive at Shawnnt'n M " 6 16
MAIN CROKH HTBEI.T,
C Alt MI, - ILLINOIS.
Oood stabling connected with tho house,
ami sample room for commercial traveler.
Free omnibus to and Irom all trains.
2-6 Cmd. J. M. DAM HON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between Twclll
nnd Thirteenth streets.
OUESTS WILL FIND GOODKOOMS AND
THE VEItY BEST OF BEDS
-A.O: THIS HOTTSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Mns. Ellen McCtnTny, Propr.
;F.O. V. r.lY, Proprietor.
Watch kept day mid night for boat- nml
TEKMS TWO DOLLABS PER DAY.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth street,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Public Square,
A. CARDTII Proprietor.
This house lias recently liecm rcnalred nml
turnMicd ncwlv throughout. It in l-oiivl-iiI.
cut to the bunliiuna hounrs and the court-
lioue. uood sample rooms.
WlftKM AND S.IUOCJUH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
piste atock of
SOUTOO AUI) IKIan WIIIHKIES
Fort, Madorla, Sharry and Catawba Wlnf
RIJMYTll ft CO. sell eadUilselr for cash, to
. which fact thev Intitn the esoecial atten
lion "f cloan bar(aln lmjrrn.
F. M. STO0KFLETII,
seocissoa routs a irocarLiTu
llectlfyer and Wlioleaaln Drale to
Vorelarn and ISomeatla
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ouio Levee,
EKUfcinon hand conatantlr full ttoeko
Old Kentnokr Uourboo, Kre and Mononii
lela WhlHkles,-Frenoli Urandies, Vt l
neand California Wlnna
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL
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WINES AND LIQUORS
Commernlal Ave., Cor. 14th St.
Always on hand a supply of Scotch Ale,
London Porter, llremen llccr, Chnrtreuo,
AiuUett, Mnrasuclno nnd HonncsKy liraudy.
Ale, Porter and 'all sunt alf to be round 011
"VAGv... MAN U FACTOR lT
For Sa)o at Wholosnlo or Retail.
OOUNKB 32D-BTBtlKT AND OHIO LIV
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
-STO. 74 OHIO LiiVJB-
Rotail and Prescription
Corner Washington Ave
nnd Eighth street
O I .
CAIRO AND PADUOAU
SI A II, BOAT.
The eplnndld ateaner
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
Ilp.m For freight opinio apply ou boat or
to Jas. MaL LOItV, Ait't.
CHEAP UHOCEKIES J
GROCERIES BtTAILETJ A.T WHOLESALE
paicEs roa cash.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WASnWOTOIf AVENUE. HXTWEXV TZXTH
AND ELEVENTH 8THEETS.
5C i. dkt Cuba Supar for - f 5 0
9J " " " " ... 1 00
CJ lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Bid. 1 0C
1 " Prime Rio CotTeo for - - 1 0C
3J " Choico " - - 1 oC
8 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas and othor staplo and fancy Groce
ries equally (is cheap.
Goods now and full weight given. Call
And Dealer lu
VEG KTABLE3, FRUITS, EGOS,
LAKD, KKKSII BUTTER, LIVE
A.N D DKliSaED P ULTKY,
FltESII SALTED AD
SMOKED Tlall, ETtJ.
All Goods Waihuxtf.d Fitssu
iud sold at the lowest prices forjeash.
e7Eiihth street, betweon Commercial
and Wellington avenuos.
And I'ealor In
VEQETA11LE3, FnUlTS, E008, LAUD
r itlUll JIU 1 At.ll, KlU,
JST All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
tho lowest prices.
Cornorflth St. andOommorcialAve.
IIYLAND & SAUER,
AND DKALKR8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVEIIY DESCItn'TION,
Comer 10th street, nnd Commercial nvenuj
next door to tno tiyianu saioou.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AP OliLSa IN
KionTU Stbket, Between Wabuimotob
AcUotsslBaT Mt'-teulionee and Ilassajr'a
Keep the best or Ueet, Pork, Mutton Vaal.
Lamb, Sausage, lo nd aro prepared to serve
ollisena In tho most acceptable tn aoner.
Butcukh and Dealer in all Kinds oi
Cormxr MENarnurra and Poplab 0tb.,.
llnva and alauffhtara onlv the best
hnira and sheen entt ta .Branured tQ tH
aemanct tor iresn wmm uvat vht irmmt
ten thousand pounde. vi a.ifi
Of chamoi, .nd(t lkl0(
At BARCLAY BROS.
KOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
Br BARCLAY UR09
And Disinfectants lorHtable.
At BARCLAY BROS.
. . "YOUNG AMERICA,
And "Universal Standard."
7 At BARCLAY BROS.
I P. Gt. Schuh. X
MISS M. J. OABSOtt
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