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CAIRO DAILY ULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1B73
hMlMtloa eaeo, Bnllctla BalMing
WCAL TkE.VTIir.lt ItLTOllT.
U. 8. Sia. Bin.. Onsr.HVEn'fl offick. 1
CAIRO, April 1, 1873, 10:11 l.m. 1
Thermometer W degrees.
V.-..J , - .
(Weather, fair, i
.Maximum temperature last 21 hour, at
1 1:11 p.m., Slit. 07 degree;.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hours, nt
m. m,t 01 degrees.
jl'rcvatllnff wind last 21 hours, west.
ITotal number of lnllos wind travelled, last
'Total rainfall last 21 hours, .11 of an Inch,
i Davlj W. Uarnktt, Observer.
J'OB CITY ATTOltNEV.
"VVo aro authorized to announce II. Wat
in Webb as a candidate for the oillec of
Ity attorney at tho.npproacblni; municipal
Wo aro authorized to announce Dr. Wll
am It. Smith ns n candidate for mavor at
ho ensuing municipal election.
wo arc authorized to announce .lame
. Swayno as a candidate for mayor at tho
ipproachlng municipal election.
Ton city TnEAstmnn.
, Wo nro authorized to announce 31 r. James
. riillils a candidate for the office of city
Venturer, at tho ensuing municipal election,
j Wo aro authorized to announce that liob't
L, Cunningham will ho n caudldato for re
flection totho ofllec of city treasurer, at tho
; municipal election.
FOlt CITY CLEItK.
We aro authorized to announce .Michael
J. Ilowley ns a candidate tor re-election for
the offlco of city clerk, at tho ensuing mu
ron roucE magistiiati:.
Wo are authorized to nnnounco the name
of CharlcsMchncr,Esq,, as caiulldato for the
bfllco of polico magistrate nt the ensuing
Wo aro authorized to announce Mr. James
Byann candidate for tho oillco of polico
jnaglstrato. at tho ensuing municipal elec
tion. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco William
P. Pitcher as a candldato for tho oillco ot
police magistrate, nt tho ensuing municipal
Feu.ou-.Citize.V3 op CAirto,: I fam n
candidate lor rc-clcctlou to tho oillco' or po
lico magistrate. Tour years ago I did not
foollcvo it was posilblo I should livo to ask
pfflco again at your hands, but having in a
Croat mcasuro recovered my health, and
needing tho incomo tho poMtlon affords, I
again appear before you in tho capacity ot n
'candidate, and respectfully solicit your gen
jtrous support. U. Suaxxessy.
Air. Coleman, proprietor of tho Hiscy
Home, at Greenfield's landing, has been no
tified by 3Ir. Axloy, chief engineer of tho
Cairo, Alkausas and Tosas railroad, to pro
pare to board twenty men, who will ho sent
thcro to-day to work on this end of the road.
This lorcc will be Increased to sixty men In n
Kov. 0. Duowchncr, tho now pastor of
tho German Lutheran church of this city,
arrived yesterday nttcrnoon, and will do
liver his first sermon to his new charge on
Sunday next. Itov. Ducrschncr comes to
Cairo from Strlnton, Colo comity, Missouri,
where ho has held a prominent place among
The brlcl; store, (2,'iXlOO) 111 Commercial
nvenuc. Apply to Dr. Wardner. i!-G-lm
A pleasant, cheerful room, situated on
Seventh strcot botween Walnut street and
Commercial nvenuc, to ho used at ti Mttlng
and 'looping room. Apply to
11. 1 liunNsnu:,
3-30U 0. and V. railroad ofllcc.
Wanted nn Intelligent .Ocmian lad to
loam tho Jewclcry trade; onu whofo
parents or guardian will ,bc responsible
for his good conduct, mid aro willing to bind
him forn term ot years to properly learn tho
trade. No other need apply.
ri-SO-uat. Taiikh 1Jiiotiii:i:.
REAL ESTATE FOR SAM,'.
I will sell lot numbered 12 In block;!!!, ilrrt
nddllioii. fronting on Twentieth street. Jly
house now Maiidltigon said lot will bo moved,
leaving n ifood brick cellar, cistern and out
houses. For particulars cnmilro nt my shop
on Twentieth street. Wit. Em.i:us.
Wc haveJiM received :t complete aort-
mentor our celebrated make of white shirts,
In all the lato style. We warrant them to
bo tho best mado and best fitting thlrts
maiiuracturcd. Measures taken mid n fit
guaranteed. Wc tiro headquarters for nil
late st) les ofcollars, neck wear, etc.
1 will sell nt public auction on Wednes
day, April 2, nt 0 n. m., tor account ot (5. D.
Willlam-on, nt tho residence or JIr. Jlar
tin, on eighth street, n large lot or entirely
new household goods, comprising parlor,
bedroom nnd kitchen furniture, beds, bed-
ling, carpets stoves, dishes etc.
1-2 It. 1). IIautman, Auctioneer.
Wo arc authorized to nnnounco D. J.
Solcy as n candidate for Alderman In tho
Wo arc authorized to announce J. It. Cun
ningham as a candidate for uldcrmau In the
Wo aro authorized to announce the name
'of Chas. p. Patler as a candidate for alder-
(xnan froir tho Fourth (1) ward, nt tho ensu.
:ing municipal election.
lljr authority wo nnnounco that 31. .1. .Ale
jOauloy will ho a candldato for nlderman
uuwuic i uuuu uiu .ij)jiroaciJing
, Candidates for mayor aro multiplying.
1 Fifty thousand envelopes Just received at
tho Bulixtix office . tl
Yesterday being tho Urst or the month,
ncvcrybody was busy collecting.
Envelopes furnished and printed at tho
Bulletin OmcE nt $3 to SO per thousand.
A full lino or all the lato stjlcs of spring
hats for boys nt Stuart & Gbolson's
f Tho health officer reports six cases of
Ftnalbpox in tho pe6t-house, and none, to
his knowledge, out bide.
A largo mautlty of very fino tobacco will
ue put upon tno brakes at tiio warehouse Of
i Messrs. fitraughn ft llluklc, on Friday next
The abscuco of our river report may bo
.accounted for iu tho fact that our river cdl
' tor is sick, and tinahlo to attend to bttslncs
F. M. Wnrd is now prepared to deliver Hie
best of sawed nnd split hickory wood to any
- part of tho city. Also nil kinds of wood and
coal always on baud. a-25 tf,
Tho placo to buy wall paper and window
Miailcs Is so, 2 Sixth street, opposite Win'
tcr'a block, where you can buy cheapo r
tuan any placo In tlie city. II. Able,
Lost, botween corner ot L'lghth and Wal
nut street, anu urccmiciirs ferry, u hoot
car-ring. A iiiltablo reward will be paid for
its return to my livery stable,.
r 1-1 3t. ILK. Field
Jlr. Louis Herbert will toon lay tho fouu
datlon lor another brick building on Eighth
" meet, between Commercial and Washing
ion avenue, wo near that tt will bo oceu
pled as a dry good, store.
Ono of tho coal llatk or tho lot thal.Wnlko
Ncllls liavo contracted to build for tho
' Chester and Tamaroa railroad, was launched
yesterday without injur)-. The other will
. bo commenced immediately.
Arrivals or steamboats at tlil port j ester
day were few nnd far between. llcavlly
i laucn boats were compelled to "go to tl:
I bank" on account of tho high wind which
t prevailed tho greater part of tho day.
Stuart & Gholson aro showing a full line of
tho eelobrated Standard trimmings. All
faihlon magazines recommend them ns be
lng the moil suitable and handsomo trim
t mlngs ever offered. . l-2-2t
j Mr. Iliscr, tho dealer iu second hand
y goods, has had the old building lately occu
pied by Miles Parker a, a P very stable, torn
down, and will at onco proceed to have
erected iu IU placo a fluo brick business
IIOTKL FOlt ItliNT.
Tho undersigned offers to rent tho lllscy
house, situated near Grccnlleld lauding,
31lssourI,and at tho terminus of tho C. & F
railroad. Favorable terms will bo offered to
a good tenant. For particulars apply to 1J.
F. Field. Field's stable, Cairo, or on tho
premles to -J. 11. auEia.-rir.Li.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial nnd Washington avenues, has
just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able milliner' goods. Sho has ono hundred
and fifty different styles of hats and bonucts,
bc-ldo a largo assortment of ribbons, flow
ers and notions of all sorts nil of which wll
be sold nt tho lowest prices.
On nil sound grain received In storo iu tho
Cairo Centre elevator after April 1, 183, un
til further notice, storage will bo charged nt
tho rate of 1 cents per bushel for the first
ten days or part of same, and i cent per
bushel for each succeeding ten days or part
of tvimo that tho grain may remain In storo
Dairgiug grain and sewing bags 1 cent per
bushel. J. & K. Ucckinoiiam.
CAI Ito, March 20, 1S73. S-27-lw
C'lKNTIFIO MAOIIINEKV IN Till! 1N-
Tr.lIKsT Ol' liyUSIJKi-i.rt.US.
Mr. 1 M. English of Henderson, Ken-
tucy, known to many of our citizens is
tho Inventor nnd manufacturer ot what ho
dlegcs, nnd Is ready by nctual trial to
demonstrate, to bo the only perfect washer
and chum that any ono has over seen or
used. And ho wishes nil Interested in n
perfect washer or a perfect chum, to call to
day at tho Arlington house, near ashlug
ton avenuo on Seventh street, and tco theso
machines In operation. F. M. English.
GENTJ'.EL RESIDENCE FOlt SALE Oil
On Sixteenth street between Washington
avenuo and Walnut street will bo vacant
April 1 a small whlto house, painted red,
with two front doors Iu tho .back-yard. At
first sight this may seem somewhat paradox
ical, still tho Averlll Chemical Paint recom
mends Itself and defies competition. It pre
sents n smooth polished surfaco which with
stands the rffect of heat nnd cold, rain or
sunshine, nnd can bo easily cleaned. It U
neatly put up In tin palls mixed, ready for
use, and in all colors. Wholesale agents,
N. V.. Way .t Co., general commission mer
chants Sixth street, between Washington
and Comnierelal avenue. 11. F. Meigs
painter, Washlngtcn uvcuuc, retail agent.
Every day for the past week tho Sun has
told us that "soven companies of United
fltatcs cavalry" was to arrive hero ''to-day
or to-morrow." Wo hope thoso "critter
companies" will soon arriveand depart
lor tho 'SunV sake.
Three men. all charged with being "drunk
nnd disorderly." were before his honor yes-
tcrdar morning. Fines ranging from tu o to
flvo dollar were Imposed, but ns tho "poor
deYlb)'' had no money they all wont over to
MoIUlc's. Iu tho afternoon seven ol tho
"girl of tho town" wcro arrested for bclug
Inmates of uousos.ol lll-famc. They wcro
ftdfl0fui(l cost; each. All paid.
PUIiLH; SCHOOL EXAMINATION.
Tho examination of our public schools U
now progressing favorably alike to teachers
and pupils. Generally tho scholars show n
marked nnd thorough training in tho
branches in which they have been studying.
On Monday tho rooms ot Miss Kratzlngcr,
of tho lntcrmodlale, Miss Aubrey or the
first, and Miss Smith or tho second primary
departments wcro examined ; and yester
day the primary room of Mist Houston, on
Eleventh street, and tho grammar depart
ment or the Thirteenth street school.
Asldo'.rrom tho recitations tho excrcbes
were all or tho simplest character; but each
had the merit ot being n test ol tho schol
ar's efficiency In somo part ol tlio regular
school courto of study ; and In this revpect
wcro tar superior to any dramatic effect,
such us nro too often attempted tor the
amusement of spectators on such occasions.
The uttcudancu of vialtors has been for
thomoat part good; and as it encouragos
both pupil and teachers, as many as can,
should each day visit nil the room wheio
examinations aro being held,
This forenoon tho rooms of MUs Case,
Miss Mooro and Mrs. Taylor will bo exam
Incd. In the nltomoon those cf Miss Haw
kins and Mil Ito-s. All or tho
above aro part or tho High school,
and the uxercUcs will bo held iu tho High
fcchoollmilillng, corner of Division and Wnl
On Thursday and Friday tho exercises
will bo confined entirely to tho High school.
At tho closiot the exercises in tho Gram
mcr department yesterday, n newspaper,
edited by boys, detailed for tho purpose,
was read, which contained the latest news
of Importance, town unci school gossip, nnd
llio following witty things ;
"Street music children." Why Is tho 0
class tue teachers favorite) liccauso It has
such a nice Way with it."
Vacatlonbit'lu? Monday nest.
An energetic, experienced canvassing
agent to represent nn established family
weekly in this city, Every subscriber to
'Our Flrosldo Friend' receives a copy of tho
oil chromo "Cute," acknowledged to bo tho
most valuablo and most taking premium pic
ture, ntso receives n sharp in tho distribution
of $25,000 in cash nnd o'thcr premiums. A
splendid chancofor tho right man. It will
pay men experienced in soliciting, or man
aging general agencies to Investigate. Ad
dress, with reference!!, Waters .V Co., pub
Ushers, Chicago, Illinois. il-27-lt
Jlr. Obetly left Cairo for Sprlngileld last
Capt. J, C. Willis Internal revenuo collec
tor for this district, was In town yesterday.
Gov. E. A. Straw, Gen. N. Head, Col. .T. I.
Clarke, Col. 11. F. .Martin and ;MaJor Ward,
son or Gov. Ward of Now Jersey, passed
through Cairo on Sunday evening, on their
wav to Now Orleans.
T Surveyor and C D Iiaghy, St Louis; 0
A Heck, Contralla; U M Tlllc, Anna; II 1)
ISakcr, Golconda; F L Steele, Evansvllle;
Master FninkMitcxford. Jlluo Island; J L
Wymorc, Vienna; John Fltz Simmons,
Nashville; Frank Jones, A K company; J It
WHIN, -Metropolis; M A Gilbert, St Loul;
.1 C Hatch, Now York; 0 M Fay, Pittsburg;
M Page, St Louis; Paul Desmukcs, llrowns
CIIAMllElt OF COMMEltCi:.
The Chamber ol Commerco met nt tbu
usual hour yesterday morulDg, though the
attcndniico was notso largo as 1 tgcncrally K
Tho only way wo can account fortho fnlluro
of many of our business men to put in an np
pcarancc, fs the fact that it was the Urst day
ofthe;montli a day ofreckouliig of accounts,
nnd settlement. The numbor or vMtors
present was limited, and, taken all Iu all, it
was a "dull day on 'Change."
The rollowing sales were reported : Four
hundred nnd fifty sacks choice whlto corn
del -17c; 1 car mixed com In heavy sacks del
13c; 1 car whlto corn In heavy sacks del 18c;
i car wimo com ounaps uci -17c; 1 carmixed
corn S and D .J3c; 1 cars mixed corn heavy
sacks del 44c; irwbbls XXX Hour 87 33; 1
car Gilt Edge hay 17. No oats offered.
Tho following rate of charges for welch
ing, forwarding, storago and commissions
wcro adopted by tho Chamber of Commerce
at tho meeting on Saturday, tho same-to go
Into effect on Monday, April 1, 1873 ;
KATES 01' WKIOIIINO.
Grain, hny, bran, etc., por car 1 CO
ilullc meats, por car 5 00
Other artlclos in proportion.
wncn sow uouvorcu, trantrcr char-
gos on grain, nay, bran, flour,
meal, etc., por car r, 00
Traneter to storo, per car c 00
uATr.s or ronwAiibi.vo.
Grain, pork, flour, hny, meal, lard,
oiis, uppies, potatoes, oacon and
dry salted meats in packages,
baccinK, balo ropo. etc.. nor enr
load So 00
Loss than car load, por ton 1 00
Assorted roercuanuisc, car lots, por
ion 1 ou
Less '.tnan car load, per torf 1 SO
No lot forwardod including drav-
ago for less than 1 00
Machinery por contract,
ANagons, por car S10 00
Hulk moat, por car 10 00
Lumbor, por car 10 00
llridgo iron, per car 10 00
uates or coitmsHio:!.
" damaged, nor ton 1
Whiskoy, 25 bbls orovor
Pork, otc,car load
Loss than " "
Domestic limiors.oxcont whlskov...
Grain,id bngs or bulk 2
ituucr or cuoopo
Potatooi,applcs, eggs, drcsiod hogs,
poultry, drlod fruits, and other
produce not otborwiso montionod
Small fruits and vogotahlos
Cotton yarn, nails window glass nnd
othor Pittsburc or .Southern
Manufactured articles 2J
Clovcr,tlmothy or othor seeds
Lead,pig or.bloom iron
I- or accepting itmo;iratts or making
cash advances, endorsing notes or
bills of oxchango 1
i'.ates or ktoisaob.
per uogsneau 00 $
" or pipe,. CO
" ....... CO
Oil. per ttorco 20
Flaxseodorlllco, partlcrco 20
Salt, pobarrol 5
Oil, molassos or foreign liquors,
per barrel 1C
Whisky and cider, por barrol... 12
Sugar and lUh, per barrol 8
i lour, nppios, Leans, una pota
Soap and candies, in-boxes 2
Wlno, in uoxes or oatueis 0
Itaislns and figs, in boxos or
"Window glass, boxos :i
" nan uoxes '2
Halo rope, por coll :i
liagging, per pleco C
" " half pleco .1
Cordago, tarrod or whlto, por
hundred pounds 1
Salted hides, per 100 pounds... C
Dried hides, each 2
Orato of quoenswarc, or cask,
small slzo 2
Crato of queonswaro, or cask,
largo size .15
CoU'co, poppor nnd pimento, por
bag C -1
Iron, shoot, load nnd shot,
por uunarou pounds
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Obmknt, Plaster, Haih, Etc.
No, 71, Ohio I.eveo.
tSTl will sell In car load lots at mannlac-tui-ors'
prices, adding freight. 4-2-11
Til E FINEST COLLECTION OF PLANTS
Itcrrlvod nircrt from Trance,
Mr. P. Pcllarco, flower and shnlb seller In
Paris nnd Versailles. France, has tho honor
oflnrormlng tho ladles and Gentleman or this
city that ho lias Jut arrived here, nnd will
remain n row days, with tho most vnriod
mid most splendid collection ot plants nnd
shrubs which was ever seen In Cairo. Dap
lines, Itcododcndrtims Pcna, Arborca, new
Drutzla, 1,0."0 new roso biihcs, fruit trees,
pear trees, applo trees, cherry trees, plum
trees, vines, peach trees, strawberry and
gooseberry plants of vnrlous kinds, ilowcr
buds, which figured at the grand exposition,
etc. Prices very moderate.
N. U. Amateurs who may honor mo with
their conildcucc, will please call at Mr. John
Kii'hlcr's, Commercial avenue, between
Ninth nnd Tenth streets. 3-4S-dlw-
WINKN AND LIUOUHU.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROOEltS, j
Alio, kp constnnltjr nn hand tnoit com
Piste (took of
SOOTOn AMD IRISH WBIBKIX8
-Q I N 8,-
Vott, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba "Wln
It. Smvth & Co. aro alo agents for Spen
cer. McKav & Co.'s l'lttsburir ale. of which a
largo stock Is kept constantly on hand ai
tnetr wnoiesaic store.
OOMMtmiOH AlfB FUWAMIROi
i'OllWAUUINQ and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FJ OUR
A11J ArooIs ot
MHO tllVtin AVI) KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
COFFEY, PACK & CO.,
I" K W AUDI .V 1
A K I)
MICIIAKL COYNE, Proprietor
(0L1 TOST OFFICE STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and .Commercial Avu
The best brands ol Cigars, choice Wines,
Lbpiors, etc., alwayson hand.
jSTOpen day and nlght.JE31
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner 7th street and
Turpcntino, por barrol U5
Gunny bags, per balo 12
Manufactured tobacco, por box. ii'
Dry goods or othor morchandlio
In assorted lots, nor 180 lbs.. 10
Salt, G. A. and L. 11., per sack.. 4
Salt, T. I., por sack 3
Whlto lead, por keg (20 lbs)... U
Nails, per keg ;i
Hamper of bottles 'J.Q
Heam of writing or wrapping
Dyo wood, per ton.... 1
Chocio, por cask (100 boxes),.,
Tea, por half chest
Grain In tacks; two, and two
and n half bushol sack
Grain in sacks ; throo bushols
Domostlc, per balo
Pig lead, por pig
Ilran, por sack
Hay, por balo..) 15 1'JJ
Hemp, per ton 1 00 ,.,
Tow, " .-. 1 00
Cotton, per unio :tr ...
PARKER & MONTAGUE
The best brands of Clears, choice
vTues, Liquors, etc., always on hand tt
FLOUR AND COUNTItY PRODUCE
it. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKALKR IN
AND MILL FEED.
EL DOHA DO
JOHN UATEH, Proprietor.
10 Commercial Avenue, OAIHO, ILLINOIS
Best bruit of Ctltfo U01kT8)u recelvJ,
llILLLAltD saloon furnished with tho best
of tables ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigar or thenest brand.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio I.evee, bet, 4th andCth Hrects,
ME.VLS ATALL 1IOUKS.
A flno new DlulnL' llall wlth'evon- cou
vcnlcnco has been added to this popular
lceuaurant, ana mo guests win unu ever)
rcijuitlte for their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FAKE
consists or every FUbstantlal and delicacy ot
UFupplicd with tho
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
USTMIxod drinks prepared with care.
MlLLEll k PAHKEll,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccenon to K. 11. IlenJricts A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTtncemeuts made cS
upon Conslgnmenti. JSt
Are preptred to recelre, store and forward
freight to all points and buy and
ecll on commission,
VDaainess attended to promptly; .
3STO. 7-4 OHIO XjIjVSE
Retail nnd PrcEcription
Comer WaMiIugton yve,
ulid eighth street.
or chamois and rabbit skin,
for weak lungs.
At IJAROLAY BROS.
yOll SORE THROAT,
1'reparrd and wld
v BARCLAY BROS
Ami Disinfectant for Stables
At BARCLAY BROS.
13 -Xfe.. XJ O
1 ". m. ,m'T pyy 1 1 i nir
Z " VOUNO AMERICA,
And "Universal Standard.;'
At BARCLAY BROS.
Notice Is hereby irlven that on Tuesday,
the 15th day ot April. A. 1. 1S7V, a general
election will bo held In tho city of Cairo,
Alexander county, btato ol Illinois, foi tho
hcluctlon of the following named municipal
oillccr.-, to-wit: A mayor, a city council, a
city clork, a city attorney, a city treasurer
and a polico magistrate; each of tho five (.")
warns into which tno city is nowuivmcii nc
Ins entitled to tho election or two (i!) aldermen.
For the nurnosei or sa d election, polls
will be opened at tho following named pla
ces, io-wii: in ino rirai waru, ai mo com
ml.sslon house of E.F.Davie, on tho
(otith Me of Sixth (0) street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues; In the Sec
ond ward, at tho Hough and Ready engine-hou.-e
on the cast sldo orWahIngtou avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streets; iu the
Third ward, at tho Hibernian cngluc-houio
on Thirteenth street between Commercial
avenue and Poplar street; in tho Fourth
ward, nt tho court-houtc, und Iu tho Fifth
ward, nt Mrs. Sullivan's hou-o on the north
west comer ot Commercial uvcnuo and
By order of tho city council.
31. J. Howi.Kv, City clerk.
John M. Lanadkn, Mayor.
Caiiio, lilt., March 12, l73-td
Bread, per barrol
" one hundred
Bread, llfty pound boxes
$1 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do business
011 1110 ipuot, 1 guarameo un jiuiiieiiau for
tunes, easily, rapidly, and in perfect safety.
Address in perfect confidence,
Wciit Fourth titrcct, Kevt York
CAIRO CITY COAL
I preparxd to aapiilr a uto mer with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Halllday Bros, oulco, 7
oil 10 i.kvke. or at tho Coal Yard below tho
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
aongsldo to steamers at any hour.
Vltjr National, Bsmlt BalldiBf;.
sjjlpecial attention paid to orders from staam
boat nUM or day
JOUN D. PIILLIS & SOiN,
(Huccessora to John J). I'll til is t )
DEALERS IN HAY, CO UN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Ooa. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
S. D. AYKKfl.
E. J. Ay Kit a
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Omo Levxr, Cairo, Ills.
No. 80 OHIO LEVEE.
TEE23 IsTB-W SYSTEM.
OKOCEKIE8 RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
fRICES FOR CASH.
AT II. C. TUIELEOKE'S STORE'
WAgniNOTON AVENUE, IIETWEEN TENTH
AND ELKVEHTU HTnEKTd.
SO SbJ. diit Cuba Sugar for - - -?5 0
0J " " ... 1 00
0J lbs. A cofloo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 ' l'rlmo Rio Coffeo for - - 1 00
8 " Choico " . ' - - 1 00
3 ' Old Government Java - - 1 00
Toaa and othor (taplo and fancy Groce
ries oqually as cheap.
Goods now and full vroight givon. Call
and try. .
And Doalor In
VEOETABLES, FRU1T3, EQQS, LARD
FRESll BUTl'ER, ETC.
B9T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
mo lowen prices.
Comer 0th St. andCommercIalAvo.
H. WAI.Ti:nH, l'roprlcfor,
r tins is
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
tl ovcry itnorlftlon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SA8II, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commercial ovonuo, botwoon Tenth and
WOOD RITTENHOU8E & BBO.
on oral Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LBVBB,
B. F. B It Y A N T ,
Xear Twenty-sixth Strcot,
Omo Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumbor, Oak, Poplar, Cy
press, Walnut, etc, delivered in any part
of tho city free of charge
USTl'atronago solicited, and eallsfactlon
1IYLAND & SAUER,
AND DBALUtfl IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenue
next uoor to trie iiyiand saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND niULKR IN
KiouTn Street, Between Wasuixotos
AND COMMlacIAL AVENUU,
Adjolalsic BltleaikoaM auaa Baaai'i
Keep tha bit or JJael, Pork, Mutton Vaal.
Lamb, Sating, eto., and ara praparad to M
cltiien In the moat aocaptabla manner.
UrjTCUER AND DEALER IV ALL KlNDB Or
Corner Ninetkntii and Poplak Stb..
lluys and slaughters only the best cattle,
hogs and sheep, and is prepared to All any
demand for frvshjincatJ) from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oulco over Flrt National bank. 3-10lm
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (ireen, l
William 11. Gilbert, f- OAIBO, ILLINOIS.
Miles F.Uilkert, J
-gpoci. attontion Rlren to Admlrallr and
orrtos ouio lxvke.boomb 7 and 8 ovra
oitt national havk.
SAMUEL . WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OfUce over Flrt -S'atlonal bank. 3-I53m
David T. Llnegar.
John. 21. Lansden.
LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ollleo on Seventh strcot, Wintor's block
old oillco of Lluegar, Munn & X'opo. 2-ai-lm
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
Tbe aplaadld aUawer
Dick Fowler, Captain
i... Cairo DAILY, (8unday excentedl at
3D.TO For freight opassage apply on boat or
tS'w Jas. Mallouy, Ag't.