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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1B73
fafcllMfloa e, BtUUitti Bnlldla
IOCAIi WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. Kin. Ber., OnsKnrKn'H Omen. 1
Cairo, March 11, 1373, 10:11 p.m.
Barometer ftO-.M degrees.
Thermometer 33 degrees.
Wind calm velocity 0 miles per
Maximum toHipcraturo hat 21 hours, nt
vr.u p. in., jow, w urgrccd.
Minimum temperature, last 21 lioun, ot
10:11 p. m., an decrees.
Prevailing wind last 24 hour, west.
Total number of miles ulna travelled, lost
21 hours, 190.
Total rainfall list 21 hours .lSlnchc.v
David W. llAiixnrr, Objcrver.
Kjrgs are again retailing at fifteen cents
.Taller Mcllalo returned from Chicago
J. V. Chapman of Carboudalc, paid n visit
Jo our city yesterday.
Fifty thousand envelopes just received at
the Rullktin ortlce. tf
Tlio municipal election tako place on
tho ccowd Tuesday in April, which will lie
tho fifteenth day of tho month.
YcMerday was a gloomy day, too warm for
fire and too cool without one. This is first
class weather for contracting colds.
To-morrow wo expect to publish tho pro
ceedings of tho last term of tho Alexander
county court. They will he intcri'sllng to
Captain Hurd yesterday received Informa
tion from St. Louis of tho serious Illness ol
his son William, who has been in that city
for pomo weeks past.
Tho body cf Rev. A. N. Cuccny, n local
elder of tho Methodist Episcopal church,
who died of pneumonia In this city on Tues
day last, was taken yesterday to .Metropolis
To-day, Orr St Union's wharf boat, Allco
Dean, leaves this port loaded to tho guards
with freight lor Now Orleans. Tho Kellogg
will tow the wharf boat to New Orleans,
whero tho proprietors Intend to dispose of
her after she is unloaded.
It U tii.i, "oartlly endorse the
VcOictn, lliat John II. Oberly Ii tho most
lukuiatliiHi iifuniujj lUCIlllICI UI II1C I0WCT
bouo of tho legislature. Tom Cascv comes
next, and "Doc" Umlu Cairo UazJlto.
Vo don't know about tho Cascys, but wo
agvco with tho 'Oazctto' about "our mem-her."
Chambermaid, white or colored, at the Eu
ropean hotel. Apply to Harry Walker, pro
Fourlight, airy and commodious business
olliccs. Enquire at 1. Cuhl's now building,
So. $0 OhloJevcc. 2-2SU
Fifty boxes of oranges and lemons tweu-ty-fivo
barrels sweet potatoes, livo hundred
barrels Irish potatoc, just received by 0. 51.
I olTcr for halo my entire livery "table
horses, buggies and harueiss cheap lor cash,
ialo will he closed by tho 20th Inst.
15-Clf. MILES W. 1'AltKEIt.
Uoard iu a private funilly for man and wife
and two children. I'nquiro nt Bulletin
ofilco, or address S. V. caro ol Rullktin
Will bo told lo tho highest bidder, on the
first day or April next, tho houo and lot on
the corner of Tenth and Walnut streets
At the New York store, Early lloo, York
and Peerless seed potatoe". Also plows and
fresh garden iced, liottom figures always.
S-9-d3tw2t C. O. 1'atiku & Co.
A HOUSE WASTED.
A house containing three or five room",
for which a good tenant can be had by ap
plying immediately toll. F. Hurnslde, at the
tlcketolllcc ol the Caiio and Ylnceuncs railroad.
All persom holding accounts against mc,of
nuy description, aro rcimcstcd to present
tliclr bills, itaintrnd, without delay, cer
talnly previous to the Kith Inst.
S-12-St E. A. BunSKTT.
Dcstraint will ioltlvcly bo made upon
personal property for the tixei due upon
both real and personal estate nt'ter .March
15, Thlitiu-an btulnem.
dtd Aixx. II. Irvtx, Collector.
Parties indebted to GreeJcy It l'atier,
formerly ol New York store, will plcao set-
iiu tui-ir uccuums. uriuiu .April ji, xs, J, as
all debt not then paid will bo placed for col
lection and cost made on tho same. This
xucaus business. 0. 11. iiti:r.n:v.
Twenty.five coopcr to work ou flour nnd
fi'tbirrtli. Good wages und study work
llin Vr.rmnnil Ant.lv IrrtmMillMti.l. fi
Proprietor Stive and Barrel Factory,
Mound City. Illinois.
Tho brick store, (25x100)111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wnrdncr. 3-0-lm
Hoarding bosses, men nud teams wanted
on tho Mississippi Central railroad. Apply
on tho work, seven miles northeast of Co
lumbus, Kctticky, and nt Dresden, Tcnncs
eeo. Sukiian fc LoLi:n, Contractors.
Dan Hogan, Jlound City; F Mungcr, St.
Louis; E it llobbr, Oalcna, Illinois; Thos J
Lawrence, Jas Kncal and A 51 Gtllls, Chica
go; Stephen Lambert, Quebec, Canada; 11
W Brown, Cincinnati; J 31 Williams, Iowa;
C II Lang, lloston; O W Thomas, llcllovlllo;
r.i Cliapmau, Carbondalc; II 11 Londcrman
and 7. Yarncll, St. Louis: Wm J illlucr, Ev-
amvlllc; Milan Hughes, Chicago, J H Far
noil, J O Hayes, O F Hotchkiss and J It 51
Avoy and brother, Chicago; J A Power,
tanuovni; -Misi Otis, Terra Haute. Miss Lit.
tlellcld, Smlthland, Kentucky; N N Wells
nnu EH Jianks, Ixmlsvlllo; W Martin. Dahl-
grcn, Illinois; n k Parks, Chicago; Jos 5Ior-
From tho 'Sun' of yesterday.
This morning, nt about 8 o'clock, while
Sirs. Salllo llerndon, living nt No. 63 Com
mcrcinl avenue, was attempting to light a
fire with Aurora oil, tho cau was exploded
In her hand, nnd set her clothing on tiro. In
her alarm sho rushed out ol tho house and
out the block In tho rear, and when help
reached her, sho was exhausted, nnd nearly
all her clothing was burned off, Sho was
taken In her house and Dr. Paiker was call
ed, who did all In his power to relieve her.
She is, however, terribly burned, nnd there
is but llttlo hopes of her recovery. This is
only another lesson iu regard to tho danger
of non-cxploslvo oil. 31rs. Hcrndon has two
or thrco children Iu destitute circumstance?.
A WOltD OF WAKXIXn.
For tho last low weeks complaints, nu.
mcrous and constant, have been poured Into
our ear", by subscribers whose Huixetins
aro abstracted from their doorways. These
complaints In every instance, aro mado by
persons whoso papers aro left in exposed
placo, which is sufllclent evidence that the
papers aro stolen. Wo now wish to give
notice that any man, woman or child caught
stealing tho Uui.lktin from doorways or
other places whero it may havo been depos
ited by our carriers, will bo dealt with ac
cording to law which ipunlshcs tho paper
thief as it does tho horso thief, by a term
in tno penitentiary, a law to this effect b'-
now In force in this state, rcrsons who
havo been guilty of procuring Uclletins
in tho way spoken of above, will take notice
and govern themselves accordingly.
11. Shanucssy presiding.
5Ionday being such nllno day but few per
sons allowed themselves to vlolato tho ordi
nance". 'Yesterday only thrco cases were
brought beforo tho tcrrlblo judge.
Tho first caso on docket was that of Ed
mund Smith, a gentleman of color, for beat
ing his wife. Ed. Mid that ho had n right to
correct his better-half, and if ho did Map hor,
It was no ono's business. "Doss I am, und
boss I will bo of my own house, nnd when 1
find that my wife com-ph-os with tho neigh
bors to ruin mo, then I will whip her, law or
no law." Ed. was informed tliat if ho paid
20 ho could go home. Uo was unable to
furnish tho required amount, but cavo satis
factory Bccurlty for its payment and then
Ellas Dcmoro gave his sablo better-half
a thorough thrashing because Mte
failed to havo tho morning meal ready at tho
hour as ordered by him. Dcmoro was jnoro
fortunate than Smith. Ills llttlo troublo cost
him 811 23, Which ho paid.
John Johnson was sent to tho calaboose
for ten days, because of his loud nnd illsa-
grccablo talk to his neighbors.
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CHA511ir.lt OF COMMEItCE.
A meeting for on flection of officers to fill
vacancies will bo held at the office of G. D,
Williamson, at 10 o'clock a. in., Friday,
5Iarcn 14, A. D. 1S73.
tSTEIectcd members will pay their fees
and dues to G. D. Wllllamwn, treasurer, pro
tCHl. WOOD ItlTTKNIIOUSK,
3-11-31 Secretary. i
GEMH UEAUTiFUL WItlTING.
Anew compendium of penmanship, com
prised in a complete series of copy-slips, lias
jurt been published. The author, Prof. Gas-
kell, president of tho Ilryant & Stratton
college, Manchester, JT. 11., has long been
known as the "Prlnco of American Penman,"
and since tho death of Father Spencer there
has been no ono to dispute this title.
Tins compendium is having a large sain In
nil tho principal cities ""' imoughout tho
country, as uoUitng so complete, beautiful
"and useful forfcclMnstructlouliascverbeforo
a trm, II &!irm1Ifgn(rrint ivrinf. ltnnb.
txxsr. clerk, teachers, formers' sons, eli
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HBjMWbero eiso can they get to good In
ktruetion w In this v;iy, It U sent by mall
to tar tvddreM for IL Wrlto for It.
AddCMfl PrOl. Wi A, UaSKeU juuucucHvr,
Cairo, Uli., March 10, 1873.
Prcwut Hit Honor, Mayor Lanedon,
and Aldermen HuJor, Cunningham, llurd,
.Motc&ir, l'hillis, Koardon, Kobinson,
Schub, Kwayno nnd "Wood 11.
On motion of Alderman H way no tho
reading of tho minutes was disponsed
Tho following Mill which at tho last
mooting of tho council woro roferrod to
tho committees on claims and printing,
wero reported back with rocoramondlng
Thos Fitzgorald, 21 days work on
stroots in Fob 61 00
P Conlan, 21 days work on stroots
in Fob 5i oo
Win 5IoIlalo, 22 duys work on
streets in Fob 44 00
V 11 Kockwcll. stationary for
city clerk c do
II II Cunningham, rent of council
chamber In Feb 40 00
Wm McUalo, dlotlng prUonemlu
Feb 101 CO
Cairo Evening fjun, publishing
olocltlon notlco 27 times 21 CO
Taylor & Parsons, trustoes, etc, I!
jrs rent of lots 33 and 31 block
4B, city, to March 0 so CO
Cairo City Gas company, gas con
sumed at tho dlfforout flro on
Kino houses. 3 months to March
1 Ill 00
K A Hurnatt. salarv as comntrol-
ler for February GO 00
a Jain, salary as marshal for
February 75 ,00
It A Cuiinlneliam. salarr as
treasurer for February 75 00
5l J Howlov. salary as clerk for
Fobruary 100 00
h II Jlycrs, salary ns chlof of
pollco...... 83 33
II T ilartln, Fred Whlteamp, J
O LnuuoJt F liillingily, Chas
51uhncr and Phillip lleim, po
llco constables, salarios for
Fobruary each 75 00
Jno M Lansden.mavor. salarv for
quarter ending March 0 2S0 00
Jno II Oborly, publishing council
proceedings In Fobruary, ota... $33 80
u anannesgy, r m, salary ror
January and February CO 00
Wm Kendal), milk furnished
pest houso '2 00
Qco Schlamor, ront of post houso,
hauling done, oto 03 00
W W Wooton, suporlntondlng
pest houso in Fobruary 84 00
Henry Dlckorson, services at pest
houso in Fobruary, 550 loss
goods rocolvcd $12 38 00
Phillip Fay, sorvlccs at post
houso in Fobruary CO 00
Dr G O Parker, medical attend
ance at post houso In Fobruary CO 00
Peter Dowd, hauling 2 londs to
pest houso In December 2 00
American Express company, for
GO conies of now incorporation
law delivered I1 &0
Cairo City Gas company,gas used
in council building 3 months to
March 1 C 30
Alderman Utidor moved that said bills bo
allowed ns recommended by said commit
tee Carrlod bv tho following voto: Ayes
lludor, Cunningham, Hurd, 5Iotcalf,
Phillli, Keardcn, P.obinson, Schuli
Swayno nnd AVood 10. Nay 0.
lllll of John Klchardson nmountlng to
$18 70 for repairs on apparatus of tho
Dolla City Flro company, was rolurnod
by tho commlttoo on claims without ro-
port, and rofcrrlng eald ilro company to
section 22 oi ordtnanco No. 11.
Alderman Itoblnson moved that said
bill bo allowed. Lost as follows : Ayes-
Cunningham, Motcalf, Itoblnson nnd
bwo4. Hays BudoUurd.l'hllllpB,
Roardon, Schuh nnd "Wood 0.
Tho following bills woro roturncd by
tho commlttoo on claims with request that
the council fix tho compensation nnd for
uil subsequent sorvieo In such cases, viz :
Of Jno. Q. Harmon, for 0 days'
services ns commissioner in
lovylng tax for sidewalk pur
poses, nt $6 $15 00
Of II. W. "Webb, lor 0 days' ser
vices as commissioner ns abovo,
nt $5 45 00
Of John H. Gossman, for 10 days'
services as commissioner ns
abovo at $5, nnd for stamps
bought $1 4C 51 40
Aldorraan Hurd moved that said bills
bo allowed at tho rato of $3 a day.
Aldorman Motcalf movod to amend by
allowing tho bills as rondorod and tbnt $5
a day bo flxod ns tho compensation for
such scrvicos horcaftor.
Aldorman "Wood movod ns an amend
ment to tho amondmont that said bills bo
roforrod back to tho commlttoo on claims
with instructions to rocommond payment
at tho rato of (5 a day.
Alderman "Wood's amendment to tho
amendment was lost.
Alderman Motcalfs amondmont was
lost by tho following voto : Ayes lludor,
Motcalf, Keardcn, Kobinson, Schuh,
Swayno and "Wood ". Nays Cunning
ham, Hurd and Phlllis 3.
Alderman Swayno moved that said bills
bo allowod ns roudcrod. Carried by the
following voto: lludor, Cunningham,
Hurd, Motcalf, Phlllis, Kcardon, Itobln
son, ischuu, swayno nnd Wood iu.
Said commlttco referred back without
recommendation, tho bill of Chas. Thrupp
amounting to $12 for drawing a map for
commissioners appointed to lovy tax for
sidewalk purposes. On motion of Alder
man AVood said bill was nllowel by the
following vote: Ayes Buder, Cunning
ham, Hurd, Motcalf, Thlllis, Roardon,
Robinson, Schuh, Swayno and Wood 10.
Bill of Cairo Ulty Gas company for $14
for gas consumed at city (all was sont
back by tho committee on claims without
recommendation. AUorman Buder
niovp'l "How. Lost by tho following
voto: Ayes Budor, Cunningham, Mot
calf, Keardcn, Robinson nnd Swayno 0.
Nays-Ilurd, Phillls, Schuhand Wood-1.
Hill of Jamos Ross for $0 for ono ton of
coal for jail was also sent back without
report. On motion of Aldermen Schuh
said bill was roferrcd to tho committee- on
pollco and jail.
Bill of Cairo City Gas company,
nmountlng to $301 wbj roported back by
eamo commlttoo recommending payment
of $283 50 in full of bill.
On motion of Aldorman "Wood said bill
was allowed os recommended by said
commlttoo, by tho following voto : Ayos
Budor, Cunningham, llurd, Motculf, Phll
lis, Rearden, Robinson, Schub, Swanyo
nnd Wood 10, Nays 0.
Tho following bills woro roturncd by
said commlttco recommending their ref
erence to tho streot commlttoo :
Goo "W Henrlcks,for building 320
feet of sidewalk on Sixth streot
from "Walnut stroot to Jollor-
ton avonusat75cts 'JU CO
Jas Kennedy, lor reconstructing
sidewalk on north sldo of
Centor stroot from Washington
nvcnuo to Walnut streot at
40cts 203 CO
On motion of Alderman Rearden said
bills woro 10 roforrod.
Tho following bills woro roportod back
by said commlttco recommending pay
inont at tho rato of BOo a load, viz : '
Of M. Dowd, for hauling 11 loads of
lumbor nt 7oo o o. of John Myori, lor
hauling a drunkon man to jail 70o.
Alderman Wood movod that said bills
bo allowed as recommondod by tho com
mlttoo. tu..ii)U as fallow tv Ayos
Budor, Cunningham, Hurd,'' Metealf,
Phlllis, Reatdon, Robinson, Schuh,
Swano and Wood 10. Nay 0.
An ordinanco ontitlod "nn ordtnanco
providing for tho appointment of certain
olUcors," was road a second timo and, on
motion of Alaorman Rearden, adopted by
the following voto: Ayoi Buder, Cun
ningham, Hurd, Motcalf, Phlllis, Rear
den, Robinson, Sohuh, Swayno Jind
Wood 10. Nay 0.
Aldorman Cunningham olTorod and
moved tho adoption of tho following reso
lution which was adoptod, viz:
Resolved, That tho commlttco on ordi
nances be, nnd they uro hercbv instructed
to prcparo and report to tho council for Its
consideration, nn ordinanco regulating tho
uso of tho railroad tracks on Commercial
avenuo and tho storage of cars thereon.
City bond of John Donnelly for liquor
llconso was prosonted. Aldorman Budor
moved to approve. Lost by n voto of 8
to C tho voto being a tl and tbo mayor
voting In tho negative On motion of
Aldorman Swayno said bond was roforrod
back to Mr. Donnelly for further security
Tho mayor nominated tho following
persons to act as judgos and clorks of tho
oloctlon to bo hold April 161b, next, viz:
First ward judges: G. W. MoKoalg, U
Bixby and Jas, Garland ; clorks, O. O,
Davidson nnd W. B, Grcon. Second Ward
judges, JL). Artcr, L. J. Byrno and C.
Lamo; clorks, II, A. llnnnon nnd R. F.
Klpponborg. Third ward Judges, Wm.
Loncrgan, John 5IcKwon nnd John II.
Gossman ; clerks, Thos. J. Korth and Jas.
A, Phlllis. Fourth ward judges, Wm.
Martin, A. A. Arlck and R. S. Yocum ;
clorks, J. O. Whito nnd O. F. Nellis.
Fifth ward judgos, John C. Talbot, M. D.
Guntor and N. Smallonburg; clerks, W.
H. Morris and Thos. W. Hallidoy.
On motion of Aldorman Wood it was
resolved to voto upon all tho namos to
Aldorman Wood moved that said nom
inations bo confirmed. Carried by tho fol
lowing vote; Ayos Buder, Cunningham,
nurd,Motcalf, Phlllis, Roardon, Robinson,
Schub, Swayno and Wood 10. Nay 0.
Councilman Hurd moved that propor
notlco bo givon of tho city election to bo
hold on tho 15th day of April next or u
mayor, n city council, n city clork, n city
treasuror, n city nttornoy nnd n pollco
maglstrnto, and that polls bo oponcd nt
tho following places, viz: in tlio First
ward, at tho commission houso of E, F.
Davis on tho cast sldo of Sixth streot be-
twoon Commercial and Washington ave
nues; in tho Second ward, at tho Rough
and Ready onglne-houso ; in tho Third
ward, at tho Hlbornian onglne-houso j in
tho Fourth ward, nt tho court-houso, nnd
In tho Fifth ward, nt tho houso of Mrs.
Sulllvnn, on tbo northwest cornor of
Twenty-fifth street nnd Commercial nvo
nuo. Motion carried.
Councilman Hurd moved that Mr.
Davis and Mrs. Sullivan bo allowed $G
each for tho uso of tbolr houses for tho
purposo of election and registration.
Carried by tho following voto : Ayos
Budor, Cunlngham, Hurd, Motcalf,
Phillls, Rearden, Robinson, Schub,
Swayno and Wood 10. Nay 0.
On motion of Councilman "Wood, ad-
M. J, Uowlet, City Clerk.
Steamor Robert Mitchell, Evansvlllo
" Thompson Dean, Louisvillo
" Mohawk, Now Orleans
" Atlantic, Now Orleans
" Rovor, St. Louis
" John F. Tollo, Now Orleans
" Northwestorn, Natchoz
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah
" Cbarlos Bodmann, Cincinnati
" Dexter, St. Louis
" II. O. Yaecor. St. Louis
DoSmot, Rod rivor
City of Chcstor, St. Louis
Steamer Robort Mltcholl, Now Orloans
" Thompson Dean, New Orleans
" -Mohawk, at. Xiouls
" John F. Tolle, St. Louis
" Northwestern, St. Louis
" Jim Fisk. Jr, Paducah
" Charles Bodmann, Now Orloans
11 inJUiiu, now Oilcans
" .Il:o Hammltt, Imcos Bend
" DeSmet, St. Louis
" Atlantic, St. Louis
" Illinois, Columbus
" Rover, Ohio river
" City of Chester, Momphts.
CONDITION OF THE BIVEIIS.
Tho fall in tho Ohio continues at a
steady rutc, and it will soon be down to its
usual ttago, Thoro is somo change for tbo
bettor in tho Mississippi river, nnd boats
roport sovon feet largo in tho channel to
St. Louis. Bolow hero thoro is plenty of
water for tho largest boats.
Spocial dispatches to tho Bulletin re
port tho condition of tho rivors at various
I1USINESS AND WEATHER.
Thoro wus plenty of tonnngo on hand
yestorday, nnd a largo quantity of south
ern freight was shippod. Tlio wind-storm
of Monday night detained boats considera
bly. Wo heard of no danger being dono
to them. Yesterday was a most dls
agrcoblo day. A cold rnln foil during tho
aftornoon, nnd tho utmospbero was quito
Tho Indiana was dotalncd lioro until
yestorday nftarnoon ropalrlng hor lar
board cylinder, which cracked while sho
was coming down tho rivor.
Tho lko Hammltt went down to Lucas'
bend yostorday nftor a bargo of logs, and
will tow it to Si. Louis, after adding somo
logs in Groonloaf's bond.
Tho Robort Mltcholl wont down with a
good trip, and will fill out with corn at
Tho hull of the Allco Dean will bo
towod to Now Orloans by tho J. N. Kol
logg. , ,
Clayton Hutchinson, an old Calrolte,
but now running a wood yard at Cotton
wood Point, was in tba city yestorday.
Tho Northwostorn from Natchez
passed up light towing two barges.
Tho Thompson Dean added about flvo
hundred tons, and was to loavo last night
with all tho freight sho.wantod.
Tho Doxter wants about throo huudr4
tons to fill out hot trip, and will have no
troublo getting It.
Tho Bodmann filled out bor trip a
Skawncctown, and wont down with a big
trip. Sho wanted nothing bore.
Tho Do Smot from Rod rivor, to St
Louis, passed up without landing horo.
Tho Mohawk and Atlantic had towi of
Urges for St Louis. 1
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
A k D
PLOUlt AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
HARD and SOIST LUMBER
0 erarjr (Inscription,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAlt POSTS
DOOK3, SABI1, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notion.
Comrnoroial-av, bot. 10th and llth-sto..
1'AltKEU & JJLAKE,
WALL PAFER. PAINTS,
Putty, noiiIne, UHaollUft,
And the eelibrUd illumlattinK
DROS8' LOIIiDIN" COP ilTII -ST. COM
CAino .... IL1NOIS.
It U V U O O I) S).
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73
LARGE STOCK. "
KSHTUCKT JCA.XS), 7XTBA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
lUa Entire NtocU
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORK KB 8tn BT. AMD COIIMXnciAL-AV.,
MAIN CROSS NTBEET.
CARMI, . ILLINOIS.
Good stabling connected with tho house,
and sample room for commercial travelers.
Tree omnibus to nnd from nil trains.
2-G Omd. .1. M. DAMJiON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between Twellt
nnd Thirteenth streets,
QUESTS WILL FLNlTaOOD ROOMS AND
TUB VKUY nKflT OF II EDS
.A.O? THIS HOTJSH:
Transient I'atronago Solleltod.
Miw. Kllen McCauthy, Propr.
GEO. 1. I'AY, Proprietor.
Watch kept duy und night for boats and
TERMS TWO DOLLARS PER DAY,
Ohio Lovco, comer of Sixth Direct,
2.1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Publlo Square,
1 VIENNA, ILLINOIS.
A. CARUTH Proprietor.
This house has recently been repaired and
lurntshod newly throuftuout. It 1 oouveni
ent to tlio business houses and tho court
house. Oood sample rooms,
City BUUesMUlBaak MlltUasr.
atapaolal atuatioa paid to or dsn from stssa
wholesale;and retail . ,
1TO. 74 OHIO LIHS-VS
Botuil and l'rcncription
Corner Washington Ave,
and Eighth street.
1 3 rail
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Of chamois and rabbit skin,
ror weak lungs. '
At BARCLAY BROS.
KOlt HOUR THROAT,
1'reparcd and Mid
Bv BARCLAY BROS
And Disinfectants for Stable.'
At BARCLAY BROS,
n FINE CIGARS,
And "Universal SUndanl."
r At BARCLAY BROS.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
Tba apltadlil stcuner
Lick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY', (Sundaycxccptcd) at
Jp.m For freight opaimirc apply on bout or
III IAS. JUALLUlir, Al i,
OKOOEBIXS T AILED AT WBOUS1U
ruiccB von cabu.
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WABHIKOTOK AVXKI7E, BTW TXNTH
AND ZLKVJCKTII BTBIKTI.
6C Sis. dbt Cuba Sugar for
91 ii ii ii ii ... l 00
61 lbs. A coffoo Suttar. N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prlmo Rio Coffoo for - - 1 00
31 " Cholco " - - 1 00
8 Old Government Java - - 1 00
Toos and other staplo and fancy Groce
ries eqnany as cnoap.
Goods now and full wolght glvon. Call
HENItr HAS EN J AG Bit,
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EOGS,
LARD, FRESH BUTTE 11, LIVE .
AND DltESSED PuULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AM
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
All Goods Wauiianted Fbesh
And sold at tho lowest prices for;cah.
CSyElRhth stroot, between Commercial
and Washington avonues.
And Uetlor In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EflOS, LARD
fiuum jiu r ir-u, MUi
tar All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
uio iowuh pncu9.
Corner UtU St. andCommerclalAvc,
IIYLAND & SAUEH,
AND DEALXUS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Cornor 10th direct nnd Commercial a Venn 3
next door to tho llyland saloon.
11-10 tf. . CAIRO, ILLS..
AID PI1UB II
Eiohtu Stbhkt, Bxtwkkn Wabiiinotos
and comu jeroial avsnukb,
AdloinlM BlttoBbanae and Ilanny'a
Keep the bet or Deet, Pork, Mutlon Veal.
Lamb, Saussgo, etc., nd are prepared to t.rre
cltisens la tba roost aocoptable manner.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
butciiir and dealir in all klnds ot
Corner Ninxtxntii and 1'orLAii Sts,,
Buys and slaughters only tho best eattlo
hogs and sheep, and is prepared to fill any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thouiand pound,
P. G. Schuh. J
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
SliiMSSffrl, OAIBO, UI.MOH.
Miles F. Gilbert, J
T8peota. attention glvsa Admlraltr
Of 0-OBIO MYM. 0OMI It AND 8 OTM
David T.Llncgar. John. M. Xnuon.
l.INEGAR & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
nffloo on Seventh street, "Winter's bio ok
old offlM Of Ltoegar, Munn & Pope. a-Jl-lm