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CAIRO DAILY liOLLETIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1873
CAIRO BULLETIN.
SaMlMtlaa Me, Halltla Building
10CA1.WE.VTII Kit REPORT.
U.S. Sio. Situ..OnsEJ.VF., orricc. t
Cairo, April 15, 1S73, 10:11 p.m. J
JUromtter 29;83.
Thermometer 17 degree.
Wltd louthwast, velocity 1 mile per hour,
Weather, clotidy
Maximum temperature Ut SI hour, nt
8 p. m., 62 degree.
Minimum temperature, lt 21 hour, at
a.rn., 41 degree.
Prevailing wind Jt 2 lionr, nutlivet.
Totil Dumber of mile wind travelled, last
li houri, 3H.
Davii V. II.uinf.tt. Observer.
Fifty thousand envelope. JitM received at
-tbo BULLKTIN otllce. tl
Col. Wood will autne the duties of major
about tbc 23th of tlie present tnoutli.
Many .Mound City people were at lliu
theneum last evening.
Mayor I.antdcn proposes a trTp to tlie
tra! part of tlie ttale. lie will tturi It) n day
or two.
Juit received and for ale, luobbls Haul'.
Jecnett apples. Cormv, I'icii A- Co.
4-1! Ct
Envelope furnlbed and printed at tlie
Bl'LLKTIN OfFICE at f3 to iO per thousand
3-29 tf
The city council will meet tills evening for
the purpose of canvaIng the vote cut at
the electiuuon Tuesday, lor city officer.
There were 1,270 vote ca-t for mayor at
the election onTuciday. Col. Wood re.
celvedof this number 013; Henry Winter,
Ml, and Mr. JameS Mvayne IIP.
The place to buy wall paper and window
thadei it No. 2 Sixth treet, opposite W In
ter'e block, where you can buy cheaper
than any place In the city. H. Aw.k. tl
K. St. Ward knoivpicpared to deliver the
belt of lawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. Al-o all kin l Of wood and
coal always on hand. 3-25 tf.
A. thief yesterday morning entered the
the residence of Mr. John ll.I'hllll, and ap
propriated a pair of blanket and other valu
able article. He wa arrcted by City .Mar
hal Cain and confined In the county Jail.
Sheriff Irvln yesterday lelt lor Jollet, taV
ing with him lour prisoner- one woman
and three white men. The woman goes to
the penitentiary for one year; and the men
for term ranging Irom eighteen month to
three years.
New stock, and new stvles of wallpaper,
pilot, oils, window gl., etc., etc , at II. K.
Melgi' new store, Wasblmflon avenue aud
Eleventh street. Oil and tee the late-t
styles in wall paper before purchasing el-e-where.
1-lG-tf
n The next regular communication ot
XVDlt lodge No. t A. F. and A. M.,
Vwlll be held at Ma-onlc ball thl
(Tuesday) evening at 7J o'clock. Vlsltini;
brothers Invited to attend.
W. A. Sloo, Sec'y.
D. Uurd, has dl-po-ed of his Inter
est in the Fir-t National bank ot this city,
and vv ill retire from the presidency of that
institution, a position he has held for the
past six )car. Who will succecil Capt.
Hurd a president ol the Fir-t National we
do not know.
He are the sole agent for the -ale of Mus
ton's pure cider vinegar, made on lib (arm
at Cobdon, lllinol, put up in convenient
sized package, for family u-c. and every
package warranted pure.
tf. COITKV, l'.iCK A" Co.,
No. W Ohio l.evec.
The levee Is In an almost Impassible con
dition, and If a rain -houid fall wo doubt If
it would be po Iblc for a loaded wagon to
gettbrougli the mud. Tlinwtrkot relaying
the track ot tlie Illinois VJeutral ruurouil I
going on m fa-t a- pos-lble, nnd will bo com.
pleted in a short time. The plank road w.v
yesterday takm up to ncarAiaith tI'cet.
A number of houses In thl. elty were
broken Into on Tuesday evening and a large
quantity of clothing and provi-lou stolen.
The residence of Mr. I.on. Ilaynes, un Wal
nut street, wasul-o entered, but the tlilcf or
thieves left without taking anything with
them. They are evidently pcr-ons who live
tn the city, and are well acquainted with tlie
places they visit. Tho police are on the
stlert for them.
Miss Katie X'tituam's benefit of last night
brought out a very large audience. The
Atbeneuin was cjowded, every seat being
taken, while uuny person were compelled
to stand during the entire evening. 'Hie
performance was good Mi-s Futuam per
sonated the character of "Hester" lu the
"Unequal Match' to perfection, and wu ad
inVrsAVy supported y thu company. A
"Jjvann" shevxa iWndld,anil Wlen brought
before the curudu, thu was charming a
Unaffected, and created additional aUtnlru
tlon to that already lilt (or her as an actress,
tut night closcu the -uason or thu company
In Cairo.
FUlt JlKNTi
A ueai couage unu iwo lots, located on
the corner t Division street ami Wu-lilug
ton avenue. For terms, etc., eii'iulrc at the
corner ot Fifteenth stteet and Commercial
aenuoof T. o't am.siun.
4-10 tf.
I0i: CUEAM .-AUOiiN.
As warm weather Is approaching the
lovers Ot ice cream will be glad to learn tli.it
Messrs. Saup .tClark.on have lilted up and
refurnished, Jti elegant stjle, their leu cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain ha,
also been put In running order, aud nothing
wanting about the establishment to make
the pleasure and eomiort of tlielr'patrons
complete. 4.'jMf
NOTICE.-
W a t - . is...
"uucl "'reuv given, that tho annual
meeting ol th u.ekbol.er of the Cairo
. w., cnni.aiiy v,m hK ,ie,j , J(. (
r.!in nlllt'O ffifnur Wl..i
levee in this city, on Monday, May f, ,lt.xt.
i mu ciock a. in., ior lUf) pllrpo.w ot tWi
(ill. .11.. rlCl
... n.ii. to servo me en.uliw
fXr m.l lt,r irn-r.il -Ulllg
. 1 Rv.itiu, UllflllCSS,
Thoh.W. ilAl.utiAV, Sec'y.
Caiko, Ills,, April 17, la7a. 4.17 ,it.i
UPtintii f - ......
"'"iV.iiiK, Jl V.. . "!!! AND
Messrs). Ilium 4 Aiosou would rciweifniiv
Infornf the public that they will ruuovo their
ptocK or general merchandise from Eighth
atreet to tho storeroom No. ll2,'otntiierela
venue, one d'jor above Elliott Ar Ha) thorn's
and wW, on Monday April 14, be prepared to
UUplay at their new pUce of 'jiulncs. a very
larife and w elI-aortd slock or dry good,
elothliitf, etc., to which they invite all their
old customers and many new ones, to call
tad examine for themselves, 4-1 ua
The return of tbo election on Titeday,
published In TlIK IIUM.F.TIN of yesterday
morning, though not quite complete, were
iifllclcnt to rtiovv that the cltlcn' move
incut wai a micccs.
Oood clllicri generally were gratliled at
the election of Col. Wood. Ill majority I
Mnall. but it vva enough to prove that onec
more ha that element of society, which all
good citizen deprecate, been put down,
and that for the next two year law and
order will be maintained In tM city. The
tight on the part ol the oppoltlon wai ono
ol the most hitter ever known In thl city.
We expect, and believe we will uotbedl
appointed In our expectation, that Col.
Wood vlll give tl n vvlc, economical and
lionet adtiilnltratlon or the clt)'s ultalrs.
He hai an cvcelicnt council to stand at hi
back and ait Mm to accompli'h thl much
to be dclrd end.
In the re-election ot Mr. .Michael lltivvley,
the city lias secured a good clerk for the
next two year. It is the universally ex
pressed opinion that Mr. Ilowlcy ha per
formed tho dutlc pcrtalulng to his position
with ability, industry and courteouiiic,
ijualltlcs so desirable in a public official, and
gained the rcpcct of tlie people.
That Mr. Webb had no opposition and re
ceived nearly the entire vote of the city Is
evidence which needs no comment to show
the estimation In which lie is held as city at
torney, and as n popiilargunttemau.
Mr.Cnntilnghaui. city treasurer elect, re
ceived probably the iarge-t majority of Ha
inan before the people mr otllce at the late
'election. During the few months he ha
tilled the otllce hu lias performed the dutio
of treasurer satisfactory, and gathered
alotit him many friends.
Mr. J. .'. Jtrd, who ws elected at police
magistrate, 1 n colored gentleman well
known In Cairo, He wa elected over three
opponent-, receiving It Is supposed the en
tire colored vote, aud probably a few white
one.
Tin- new board of aldermen I perhaps as
able, Intelligent and worthy a sctol gentle
men a Mere ever called to preside over the
local allalrs of Cairo.
TlIK FIFTH WAltl) VOTE.
Having been unable to procure the com
plete returns of the Fifth wan) In order to
give them to our reader the morning for
lowing the election, vve publish tbein tlii
morning. As the elty council will meet thi
evening for purpose of eanva-lng tlie re
turn of the election, we will be able to pre-
cnt in Tub Uui.lf.tin of to-morrow morn
lug a complete and correct statement of the
number of vote, and for whom ca-t.
I he voto in the Fifth ward vv.i- a fol
low- :
MAYOIt.
V, ol
Wlnt.r
1
W
, II
Si)nt , .
Wood's ir.ajjrily ,
CITY ATTORXar.
II.. VV. WVbb
No eppositioii.
CITY CLtEK.
Howl-y
HST
ot .
Yost's majority
TREAIl'KKH.
Cttantofhsni ...,....
IhiUis.......M....
J'JUCt MAOIITRATe.
Pitthfr .
Kin ..
s lannr i 7 ......
lUrdf ctJw.J.
K-
-i
0
. 119
37
lilrd's majority .
ALDEKUEX.
KoUnson
Mortis . .
Mout -.
1GI
1U1
M
Morris an J Itobinsou wero elected.
Mr. James Carroll and Mr. John 1. Gam
ble were both voted lor. but neither of them
were candidates for the office.
NKW GOOD.-:
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Wa-hlngton avenue, ha-
Ju-t opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery good. She has one hundred
and fifty dltlerent stylesof hat- and bonnets,
belde n large asortmcnt ol ribbons, flow
er- and notions ol nil sort., alt of which vvll
Ibe -old at t
the lowest price-.
VWA Ut.K.
Dajs of wrath l Every "male mon-ter"
blc ed with a wife and 11 home, knows lull
well just how much the boasted superiority
ot his sex amount- to ou hou-e-cleanlng
days, when lovely woman having r
pentcd thai sue ever married man, proceed
to destroy him from oil' tho face of his own
premise- by means of an Impromptu deluge
This is nothing more than the legitimate re
suit of man's own olMinacy. Had lie
heeded tho voice of rea-ou and u-ed the
verlll Chemical paint, the smooth, glossy
surface obtained would have rendered Inun
dation unnecessary, ami liou-c-clcaulng
would only be 11 plua-ant recreation, like
the cultivation of liowers. The A. 0. 1'.
covers one-third more surface, and stays 011
twice as long as uny lead paint. Call lor the
genuine article, mived and ready for Use in
all tolois, atN. K. Way .V Co.Mxth street,
between Washington and Commercial
avenues. 4-iatf
l'OK SALK.
ntUU FAHM AND GAItDKN !-I'OT.
The ninth part of -ectloti 15, T lu, .mith
range 1 west, In 1'ulaski county, onw mile
north ol Mounds' Junction, two miles south
of Villa Itldge, and four mile- northwest ot
Mound City, containing si.ty.lve acre-,
fnrtj-llvn of which Is improved and under
fence, with a stream ol sprln water running
inrougu me same.
Upon the prcml-c 1- a new frame hnu-e,
built tho past tr, nnd four tenement
houses. Alo fruit trees ol every variety,
many In bearing, and a vineyard it Vs.) viol
in full bearing,
Tlie above preml-e- Is one of tho nm-t de
sirable for gardening purpo-cs In .Southern
Illinois. Title perlcet. Applj to
I'IMt W.VI. F, 1'ITCIIKII,
Cairo, lllluol
i.AIIGIIST ASSOltT.MKNT
LUBINS' PERFUME
AT
SCHUU'S DIUKi STOIIK.
t.lMt
VAUW 1JLK IMIOPKUTV FOH SA .
A 000DHAIK1A1N.
A very desirable summer resilience, situ,
atcd In tlie town of Anna, Illinois, gug t,j.
the name of the "Farln nrnnertv . ti...
ouo hu s.v larwj rooms good ci.terii,
aim suitahie out-liou-es. This projicity 1,
BOW Ollered lurs.dost a l,in.:,ln. T..ni.
cash. Apply to 0. Schick, Anna, Ills.
urio.T..u. l Altl.v, Illuklevllle, Ky.
4-1.2w- '
Homo Advertisements.
COHfllMlUN AMI roKWABIHK",
HALLIDAY BROTH RES
.general agents
I
!
I
I
'
!
j
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
I
if k it ii a n rt.
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
And Agbtsta of
IlltO IllVKR AND KANAWHA
salt co.M'iF.A.asr'in-.'a.
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
Oairo. It.l.ivntn.
t'OFFHV, PACE i CO.,
I' O It V A It I) I N U
A N 11
1
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
IiRALEK IK I
HAY,
CORN.
OATS.
M V.X I., 1
FLO I'll AND COUNT!! V l'KOni'CE 1
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
3-12tf
; !
it. A. 'JUNNINGHAM, '
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AM) liKiLKK l.v
I
HT.3T, O-fVTS, !
I
AND MILL FEKI). !
CA1UO. - - . ILLINOIS'
'
MILLER & PARKER,
GEiVERAL COMMISSIOiX
KOIIWAHDIN'O MKKOIIA N TS,
f
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS you FAIKIIANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS i CO.,
(Hucctora to K. ti. UeaJr;a A Co, I
Forwarding and Commission 1
MERCHANTS,
WUAUK-I10AT l'KOl'IUETOHS.
Lltwral Adancmeutii mad atfSjatf
ution CoDslKOinent. aSl
Ar preparf J to receive, store and forward
freights- to all points and bur and
sell on commission,
lornuslnxas attended to promptly;
JOHN li. PIILLIS Si SON,
iBucceasors to John H. Phllhi,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
F0HWAHU1N0 MEKOUANTS
AMD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Uok. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVt
OA I HO, ILLK.
l'j; T E R C U II L,
i:elii-lsc
FL.OUR M E RC;iI A NT
VKI
MILLERS' .A.
No. mi onto m,vi:i:,
3-'J0 tf. OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
S-I.Avkiw. K..I.AVKHS
AVERS A- CO.,
FLOUR
i
ANIi j
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 76 Ohio Lsvkk, Uauio, Illi.
l-7tf,
WOOD RITTENHOUSB & RRO
FLOUR
AND
eu eial Comuiiston Merriiantt
183 OHIO LEVKE, '
Homo Advertisements.
IJinUHANCF.
FIRE AND MARINE
COJtl'A.MK.
NIAOAKA, K. T.,
Asset I,.J,1.
OJSBMA.NIA, N. T.,
tsset. - .(M,W It
HANOVKH, K. T,
Ve.et '
knM timmo..
Comprising the Under riter.' A(nc.
YONKKHP, N. T.,
Assets "8 M
ALHANY CITY,
islet - M.l"
riHEMK.vV ruNt), . r.,
A-svts..
JKCUHITV, N. Y. MARINE,
pet - l.lli.MS
Htotf., Dwelllnii, Furniture, Hulls s.nl Car
Kos, Insured ut rates Utorable oiiO'l.Jer
insnrnt srcurltr will wsrrsnt.
1 rej.ctfully -V of Hid cltiisnsol C.
shatrortlirir l'lronJc.
('. N.III'UIIKS.
A. 11. Morns,
Notsrj Public.
11.11. Candsc
No. Till., an J It. H. Com
KIHK, UULU CAKUO, I.1VK STOCK
AUCIDKNT, L1FK,
IWSTJE AWCE.
KTNA, UAUTFOltli.
A-.ftP...
...fi,'A),'.U 9
NOItTH AMKIIICA, PA
Assota .. I2,;S,U (10
I1AKTKOKD, CO.NN.,
Vsasts . ..J,6t 1,'ilO 72
I'lKKNlX.IIABTKOKl),
A'U ...... ....tljsl,! Is V.
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
't - - -..I I. S!. ) I
l'UTNAJI, HAKTKOK1),
ts.ts 7t.vs7
CI-EVKI.AND, CLKVi:t,AND,
(in.... . Iil5,t73
iionE.coLo.Ntnus.
At . - ttw,s;s is
ahkkicanck.ntkal.mo.,
A-.ft. . U,D I
CONNKCTiCCT MUTUAL. LIFE.
Ast l,CSi.) ('
TKAVE1.KK3', flAKTFOKD, LIKE AND
ACCIDENT.
Amu. ii,v.cmi u
KaJI.VAT I'AfWKNOF.n-S AisUKANCK
CO., HAKTFORD,
vt. .....v.vk. 00
IKDXI'E.VDS.VT, I104TO.V,
a t XWWi 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS k UA.VDEE,
71 Ohio I.fTee,
TEUTON'IA LIFE INSURA NCE
OK OUIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
' (jKsr'L.OrnrK, 17'J WAhitiNOToN St.
ACTIVA, $650,000.
This Herman Life lu-uraueo Company
guarantees not only paid-up 1'oliclen hut
a value in ca-h on the Nun-rurrvituro
JOHN A. IIUCK, .
13. KNOUELSDOllF,
l'rosldont
Uocretary
JOHN V, llllTKrf,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
R ISM ARK RUND.
SECTION NO. 17.
j A-snciatlon for promoting Life Insurance
, and Sick llcllef by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ot public benefit.
I The I. lie Iu-iirance Policies will bo i-stled
1 bv the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, I're'idcnt.
JOHN W. 1MIUKSS, Ao'T.
JMIt tar C'jtlroHnd Tlcliitla-
HEAI. KNTATK AUKMUt .
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (hkconii flook) oiiio lkvkk,
OAlftO, II.LH,,
Uuv and Ssll Real Em-ate,
RAY TAXES,
FURNISH AH3TRA0TS OF TITLE
AnJ Ooaiujtactt ofKladf!
John . Harman. Cha-. Thrtipji
JOHN Q. HARMAN 4 CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AMI
CONVEYANCERS.
urlli Uor. urillli Nl.miil Ohio Levee
UAIKO, iLMNOlrt.
Ab.tracts of Title. ConvevancinL' nude a
specialty. Jteai r.-l.ite nougiii aim soiu.
X3"l axe Tald, t ie.
DANIKL LAMPKRT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
Kioinu fit., 11t. Com. A Wash.,
CAIRO, LLLNOIS.
Our Ilonio Advertisers.
MILLINEKr.
MRS, MoG KK,
On ElKhthStwt, belwsen Commercial and Wash
nxton Avenues, Is dalir reclTln
NKW M1LLINK1U GOODS
or Titi
t.ATKal SHU Ml AM, -L'MMKK iTt t.Kn
Heaiiles a lull llDts of
laOSTZ-TIETB Sc HATS
ITrirnnml nml untrimrnel,)
fllEN't'll KLUWKIW, Itllllltl.Nt), lltUIVIIMl
of all kinds, Lim.s, rtc., etc .
Mr. Me(le h sl-o lars ansorttnnnt
F-ncj Aitlelos.such a-
NECK TI.11. CLLAtl-, iINf KhHLKEVHl
HL'KKS.aASIIK.I. KANH.i
Aud all other articles uiualljr found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McOce, lu addition to her rdock o.
1'anev and Mlllinerv flood. ba a Unu and
Complete a ortment uf (.'Inelnnatl Cti-lom i
made l.aille-' and Ml e-' frhoes and t.'hll- 1
dri'll-' Hoot, lll.ick and in Color-. These i
areacknovvlediffd t bo the llne-t and Is t
ever In thu market, and this I the otily
hotl-c the elty that makes them a -pc dally
i.vvri:iiN,
WILLIAM J. AJ J.H.V,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Ottic cover I'ir-t National bank.
IiIhIiii
SAMCKI. 1'. WIJHKLKR,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olllec over Flr-t National bank. JI-I,V5m
GRKKN & (JILUKRT,
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. fireen, 1 1
William II flilUrl, OMHO, II.I.t.NOId.
Mlle r.Ollkert, J
Jisci. attsntlOD Iisd tc Adtolraltr sol .
oamonat business.
orrtcx oiiio lxvec, koomr 7 ajtd 8 ovkb
CITY NATIONAL IIAMK.
IIL'TOIIKIl!
UYLANI) A- SAl'KR,
BUTCHERS i
AND IlKlI.KltH IN
CHOICE FRESH -MEATS
Corn
11-lCtf. CAIRO. A&.
JAKE WALTER,
A.S'll riEALEK IN
BUTCHER
FRESH MEAT,
EtaiiTH Sthkkt, IIktwke.v Vaiii.soto
AND COUUKHCIAL AVKNUKr),
AdJutnlnK HI 'trnlionsi ami IImiiii'
Knp thu ij.t or Ileet, t'orli, .Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausagv, ftc., -n.l are prepared to itn.
cltitens In ttiu most acceptaMo manuer,
JOIIX SMITH,
(Micffor to .lames Kna-ton,i
Butciiku AND Dkalkr in all Kindh oj-
F II Kill ilKATtt.
COIINKK NINKTKNTII AND I'OPLAIt STS
UVIHU, II,I.IMJI.
Iluys and slatiKhters only the best cattle,
hoi; aud sheep, and Is prepared to till any
demand for rreh meats from one pound to
ten thousaud pound-.
3iis i:i.i,.v.;of s.
NEVIJVEllY"STARLJi
TENTH STREET,
IIETWEEN WAUH'N AVENUE AND WALNU1
l)t. II. K. riclds Informs tn public that hp lis
otiitned a
LIVE Ii V S T A li h K,
on Ihn norlliweat side of Tenth slruoi as nam
fcbove.
Ills tiabla will be furnliliej with none but thf
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and tho public may be accommodated at al
hours of tho day and night with safo teams
on me lowest terms,
Dr. Fields a.ksa share of public p-ttronnirn
id will enileavor to merit it by fair dealing
an
and strict attention to bust
XluW HOOT AND SI10H .STORK
.lilst'optued
ai Hi sign oritic hj:i uoor.
Cuhnek or Seventh SniEKT and Vaii-
IN010N ANKNL'K.
CM HQ, ILLINOIS.
Where I Invlin nil thu ellleiu nt Cairn
ml niirioiiiiillin- r riimtrv to call and see II
they esnnot ave money, as I will sell very
low, i nave ailopted tlie olil motto, "iiiu
Nimble IVnm , llcttcr than the slow hlx-
elice."
4-10-lf
ft. JI.VTbO.V.
JIa tyvn 1-' -i tho American puHJo Tvithout this LiniWnS n,
OFEVERYIOCRU-riON. I OU tlWAY.r. hJr. nr WrfTO
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
WH0LK3A I.E.AND It ETA I L
DRUGGISTS,
1TO. 7L- OHIO L-vDE
l'fmmYi',3S
vaa. - i - .if ' m 1 .lAV. t.
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1 mm 3,'
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COSMCtlCS
STUFFS,
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Jil-t. .. . v,m..y fl. ,u!,i by a ua,1(; J3y '
UIUMKIllliH
JOJIN SIIEKIIAX, 1
RETAIL GROCER'
And Dealer In
VKOETAHLKS. KRUIT3. EGOS, I.AliD
KRUSII llUiTEIt, ETC.
J3T All Goods warranted frc-h, and sold
the lowest prices.
Corner !Jth St. andCommcrclalAve.
Z. D. MATlJUfS.. t. O.tlM
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
ami ui:i:uii.
C 0 M M I S S I 0' M E R C HANTS
DHALKIIS i.N
I AY AND WKSTEHN PRODUUU
OHIO J.KVEK.
VM. ULHNN lc SOS'S
IIVAD (IL'AIITJCIIS FOR GllOUElUES
IMMENSE STOCK,
L'UKAT VAItlETV,
LOW PRICES
COI'I'EI). Rio, Lafjuayra, Java, Mocha.
SLTf.VR,-N. O., Hard &, Soft Roflncd.
SYRUPS. Now Orleans nnd Eastern.
WK .MAKK bl'ECI.VI.ITIKS OK
TEAS ' TOBACCOS,
CIG-AES.
0 .f 7." I'.rt. SI. CIXCIXXA TI
y-t-tAs-ain
I'ARKKR & RLAKK,
DliLICSIN
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Fatly flemliie, liiuullne,
WIWDO-W Q-LASS.
WINDOW 8IIADEH,
Ami the celebrated illumination
AURORA OIL.
UU06d,V.UlLI)INit COP llTII 8T. OOU
MEHOIAL-AV.,
Cairo . Irivnia
- - - Iteti.il antl J'rescritdioD
ul corner Waslilni'ton Ave
CHEST I'UOTECTOIIS.
01 iliuinol- unci rabbit skin,
for weak Ituiif,.
AT iiarol.vy iiros,
CHLORATE
Prepared and -old
Mr IIAROLAY UROft
HDH.SK AM)
CATTLE MEDICINES
And Dl-lnfeetants for f table
Ar 1IARCLAY HRO.S.
FIXR CIGARS,
II'INKV IIEE''
" VOCNO AMERICA,
.Vitd fnlver-al Standanl."
At HAECLAY RROS.
.tfisi d MritSu
,tyd( ((i0 of UlJti ' ,
HAGAIf'S
Magnolia Balm
A FEW APPLICATIONS MAKE A '
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is Pnrtly VsirtUbls, and Ita operation ti sen
nil felt at onee. It does awiy with lb tliuti.,1
Appwatice cauatid bj Heal. Ullmir, ami ticiu.
riieut. JltalssudrtuioveaallMoUnuan limiiltt.
dlsptmBgdark ami onaUUtly tru. Drlrea sv.it
Iaq, r.ckln, anil Sunburn. anJ ht tU Keulle but
powerful Indusnoe tntuUea tbe faded cbtek wltli
YOUTH FTJI. BLOOM AND BEAUTY.
Sold bs u DruKulsta and FancT Btorts. Heio
til I'ark ra NwVn.s
NTK.inilllATM.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
"AIL BOAT.
Tbe splendid aUamer
Dick Fowler, Captain
,;!!:.'i,','k'C?rro.l).A,'Y' (Sunday excepted) .1
p.m t or freight opassayu apply on boat or
Jai. Mallohv, Ajs't,
IKIAT fsTOUKM.
SAM WILSON,
HUH II
BOAT BTOEE8 j
o bo o r: jib.
PROVISIONS (TO.
e. 11
Oiim Lavai Cairo, III
: PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
dy. National Btusk Untltlm.
.Bpeoiat attenlioa paid taordsr from s j
tati Dlgoi or '
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