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THIS CAIKQ DAILY' BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 187,,
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THE DOLLAB WKEKLY BULLETIN
John U. Oberiy ha reduced the subscrip
tion Pflef of the Viiely Cii.oBnx.Tnt
lo Oat Dollar per inoun, mkln II the
emp.it.uf nlUidltndoiitnsrn HUnal
auettl-si MlMr M evry pK
The Maryland editorial excursionists
ere on their winding way through In
dianapolis, St. Louis end Chicago to IU1-
Tnisbah of Persia, who I now paying a
il vititto Queen Vicuria and London, like
a sensible man, did not take bii wives
with him. He h twenty-ono.
The larmiri of West Tenoeiiee are to
raeet in dim convention on tbo second of
July at liumbolt, to dUeuu the questions
now agitating the farmeri of the Weit.
Is Memphii, ice cream, supposed to be
bad for the cholera, li discarded and
"twater lees" hare taken iti place ; that is
people drink the cholera icitead of eating
A telegraphic item aayi "Secretary Del
t ano bai left Washington to bo abiont
I vA.lt a WI.I.V " TM. I. nn Tt.
only worth telling when one of the gov
ernment oiucer return 10 Washington to
atay a week,
1 Rl T.ftnti hi. . .1 L - . 1-
monument building. A 'monument to
Daniel U'Oonnell the "Irih Liberator" it
to be erected in one of the St. Louii parki.
We admlro tbo spirit ot the St. Louii
monument builder. If we were going
wa know.oinoone we would prefer before
IIos. E. B. Ewtxo, a mombei of the
supreme court of .Mliiouri, diod at Iron
Mountain on Saturday. The deceased
wai a native oi Kentucky, but hai reiided
in Missouri for many yeari,and hai been
truited on many occasion with prom!
nent and reiponiible poiittoni in the gift
of the poonlo. Be lilied tha offiea nf
I f f Ji MnrMn.illii In tk. I
m sembljr, of attorney general of the itato,
I and of secretary of state, and wai twice
1; J elected judge of the auprcme court,
it'.' r i ...
i, uhyilli u ii ant, a nrotner oi rrei-
6 ident Grant of Long Branch, it now in St.
1 (r., u. ii . i. Lin..
. mvuii, mi vrraui wxdiui.iur: a pairm
lor anew kind of itreet pavement, called
snaw a paUnt. Tho pavement it formed
f plno block, cut by machinery In auch a
f vhole lection la held aa firm aa if U was
ff ormed of one solid block. It has been
ried on Pennsylvania avenue In Wasb-
pgton citr, and is said to baa success. It
s fair to infer thai St. Louis wilt sooo
favored with thaw'i patent. Recom
deoded by the president's brother, how
fan the cilisans refuse to adopt il
; TBI BuLLkTi' suggestion (heartily
Konaed by the 'Uazett' that a woman
elected next fall, to tbe office of county
superintendent of schools, meets thu
- r.... V.-.t . . V ! - .J . at
f' hum w have conversed on that kubct.
verybody admits that while wo will not
s in point of industry and energy, we
ill be sure to gain in point of general effi-
,tency. There will be no difficulty In se
i . . .. .
iriDara proper canaiaat. ana aa tne in-
ueoce of tha two thousand woman of the
mnty jrlll ba in bar favor sbo will beat
ty man who may ha'va tho hardihood to
, iter the lists, a Ibotuadd votes. liar
. Or fifty-nine deaths from cholera in and
" ar Nashville on Saturday, forty-elgbt
(;, ro colored. This axcaasive mortality
du to the bablt of Ufa of tbe blacks,
led considerably by a fool-hardy super
. tion. A dispatch from that city on Sat
lay statMtkattka siafro wart advised
: their preachers to oat whatever vegata-
they daslred that the Lord had put
m bar) and given them vogltablet to
f't, and Uey should do so that they
ildlnot U unleu the Lord willed it.and
ij' tthey ahould pay no attentton to tbo
llcn) of tba white physicians because
'a given them to make them sleep.
Ibis Is in keeping with tbe negro
ractar and will help to thin their num.
f, already largely decimated by every
lemlc which ha swept over the coun
ilnca tb cloa of tha war.
So more free passes" sav tno tnana-
lof rill ways runnisf northwest and
v a from Cbicago. All passes now out
be used antll their expiration, De
bar thirty -first, but will not ba re
ad. The railways are in an aggressive
tor, and tba abolishment of tbe trae
system is one of the ways they are
,nf to show it. Rut if tho railways
eland it, the people can and will
J'Itt pass system" was on which
Far bensttted tbe latter, the bard-listed
fbanlc, tbe farmsr, the day-laborer he
re Hbo man who never received a free
t,, s over any railroad , u one or tu
i lhu tnSatra ..llr..l I
III buy according to his muans a lint
i.f vi ii.-gi sua pays lur II. lie
U ' m.4 .1... J r . .
' .o influsntlal railroad friend to pro-
blm a pass. In tbe warfare of tho
tad against the ami monopolists, this
. JafalM harmless, as it docs not touch
; ('asHntesided tube reach 1.
i. i a simww awma. nniu,
1' i nrubabilitT or the cartainlw il...
-. fofk will not Mcipa tbe cbolera,aod
I two fan ulna oaae of yellow fever in
Vl ,ibas). iaduod the autborltlas loaf
i ' )ltidijmmfbi bytbalowarelaasa
BMIwi snoei vi- wsw neituer
tf aadrir aJMriHeliaitloB to prorarly
car tot t&tetwhw, i haftevjc m
ta ravl -5, r u aaaauiti (m w
rasiM br tfce ia.auii itKti, upca
the usMstroeasi tsteU eT
the grl iarvpt'H. as givea
!a a lata 'Ue.-aM, i a pitturs of
'rtcfedcs and Stth alaott Kiyo&d the
jowcf thedwrlltrt lath country aed
the msrj fortunate of UcU i creature every
ken lo Imagine. tUuemiat aprtanti,
darkvavenU!:d asi coiume, occupied
as living, eating and steeping rooms, gen
erally eeeasarisnenito a who! family,
were emptied of their rei lent and their
household good at one and the same time
Some places wero found in which store
boxes wcro used aa bedsteads. In many
others, thero wore no bedstead whatever,
the floor serving the purpose of tbat arti
cle for the whole family, tbo children and
their elders. Many of the actual bedrteads
were old and rotten and foil to pieces as
they were taken down, The walls and
ceiling in most of these habitations were
"freecoed'1 by the dampness and impurity
of the atmospheie. The wretched inhab
itant 'of tbeso wretched dwelling were
ordered, with their "things" to the side
walks. The authorities bad mad a co ar
rangements to provide them with othor
and more healthy abiding places; per
hsps, like Joe, they were expected to
THK NEW POSTAL LA W. j
it Is gottlng close on to the first of
July to tho time whon freo postago on
exchanges ceases. The St. Louis 'Demo.
crat' notifies its'exchango list that it (tho
Democrat') will cut it (tha exchange list)
down, and says "we bavo been receiving
a wagon load of newspapers overy day,
not ono in ten of which we havo any use
'for-" The 'Democrat' proposes to retain
all its exchanges which have interest or
value to It and drop thn rost, making its
own seloction of courso. Other news-
papors have given similar notices in re
gard to their exchanges. The monthly
magazines notify their nowspapor ex
changes to send no papers except tboio
omtalning notice of their publications
it is evident that tho beginning of July
will witness a largo reduction in tbo
amount of matter now carried bv the
A Richmond paper, opposed to the now
postal- law,- Informs its readors and the
rest of the world that it will not cut off a
single newspaper from its list, but tbut it
will pay tho postage on every paper it has
been In the habit of receiving. This is
clear grit," but it will hardly make the
men who votod to abolish free postage
tremble. We maintain that the law is a
Just one and will eventually be to regarded
by all concerned. Custom ha not made it
right that the general government aliould
carry newspaper free for publishers, if
It has tha merchant or tha manufacturer
has, a tight to demand that tb govorn
ment shall carry back and forth free of
charge samples of their wares for tho in
spection of each othor. Tha press and
he press associations vrbir.b inveigh against
tho new law, should consider if they are
not advocating a monopoly of favors to
themselves, whicn they would deny to tha
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over First National bank;
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National bank. ;MG-3ro
lohn II. Mulkey. Wlllam C. Mulkcy.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oftice, rear rooms over llannon's book
NO. 1-14 COMUKKCIAL AVXMVS,
lletn'cen Seventh and nighth htrccts,
GREEN k OILRERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Grean, t
William D Gilbert, CAIRO, ILUNOItf.
Mil. F.OllWorl, J
aarRpteia. attsntioa flTn le Admlrallr tad
OFflOI onio litis, aooise T ABD 9 ovia
CITT WATIOVAL All.
.o. hi onto i.r.vr.K,
Hal la'f II If -oiioned. ri-fiiriilliLi) nml ii'iin.
vatcd, an'l lnow In ixeclleni condition for
the eiitertaluuu-iit of the public. It U in
eery way a nri-ciai Hotel.
Day board $ 4 W
Hoard and lodging, Irom .'i to 7 00
Traiiicnt, perdny 1 .7
i aim s ajovs NraRtrr,
Good stabling connected with the house,
tnd sample room for commercial travelers,
free omnibus to aid from all train.
OC.md J. VI, DAMHON.l'foprleV) r
f lr;St-wr -. ..
WW. MEN A CO.,
No. 1M Onto Lcrcn,
JOHN B. PI1LLI8 4 SOU,
(BuMSMors to John JI. PhllHs,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ac,
torn. TENTD-8T. avv OHIO LSVI
CD. MATH DM.. ) n UflL
MATHU8S ft UHL
COMMI 8SIONM KRC HANT8
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
nil! i.r n
A T H E lN E U M .
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY
Hasiday ass it TaMday, Jane A ill
The Great Southern Favorites
HARRY AND LOTTIE MACARTI1Y
Admission M ult
KcHervciIsc.it ,b cts
Doors open at 7. l'erforumiicu to com
menenco nt 8 o'clock.
t"scat can be secured at 1). llartmuu's
C-"J1 3t Jam Husskt, Agent.
CAIRO AND PADUGAII
Tbe splaadld stsaner
Dick Fowlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
s p.m t or nreitfut opasaai(e appiy on uoai or
in .iAs. aiAM.uiir, ak i.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTP,
Patljr. Bannlnr, SiMnllssa,
tad tba ealabratad illummatlns
UROBB'LUILDIN OCP ilTH IT. A CCH
Cairo - . Ii.i.tisms.
PH ')!!! AN H.
i."J. ROE, M. I).,
llaiiiRp in iiPiitly located in Culro,tem!cr.t
his l)roff.u.mble htsIccs to tho inhiibltantH
ol the city unci vicinity.
Hesiilciicc and uilke (for the present) cor
ner Walnut ami Tvreiity-llriil ureets, wbrro
no may uu coniiiucii at an noun. iKHiiu.
R. 8. RRIGIIAM, M. I)
Uouiropatlilo riiynlclaii and Surgeon. Of
lice lliis CummerclalnvuniK!, Ite.-lilence cor
ner ol i:ievculh anil Cedar itreet
I)R. B. C. TABER,
Will resume tbe practice ot his profession
with especial reference to the electrlca
treatment ot diseases In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cane of lemale complaints a aily
will be In attendance.
Office, VHi Commercial avenue, up stairs.
U. WARDNER, M. D.
Office and Itenidencc 111 Commercial :ue. '
nllc, (next door to tliu Atlieiiemn).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
SEHIDENOK-.No. HI ThirWonih .tr.l. b.
tw.nu Wuhiuton aienuaand Walnut slraat.
s HiOoinnifaUlATdoun, up alalrs.
U. W. DUNNINO, M. D.
DB8IDKNCIC-orniSlnlh and Walnut sli.
IVXAco-aaraar Mali UrMt And Ohio !?....
OBlna hours from a .m. to II m , tnt S p.m
" inCu kTdouulas"
A conitant supply ot pure Nitrous Oxide
fiu, for the pnlnieks extraction of teeth, at
the Dental Itonms of Dr. Douglas, successor
to Dr. A. M. Au.tln, Klhlh street. r.-l 1 1
3 TO M)
Per day. Agent wanted! AH classes ot
working people, of either sax, young or old,
make more mouuy at work for us In their
snare uviinenw, or all tba time, than at any
Ihlug else. 1'artlculara frcs. Audress
O, sijiNtoK & CoM I'ortlMxl Maine.
Our Homo Advortiriers.
ICMrserad March ft. !
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 9AFKORD. President !
8.8. TAYLOR. Vlce-l-resldenf,
11. UYSI.or, Secretary and Tieasurei
t. M. BiaeLir,
pACt O. BCBOR,
U. P, HauioAi
R. U, Cvitmtimit,
j. at. Piuurs.
!) 1 of assjr AnoBDl Bfxwived lrBi
Tms cu t'pssarSU.
iSTKKKST paid on drpoalta at the rate ol ata
pareent. sr annum, March Island rtplm
r lai. inr.inoi withdrawn Is added Imme
diaUIr totr pnnelpal of the dsposlti, (herebl
g'vln! tbam oompound Intcraat.
ARMtD WOMXM AND OHILDftUI MAT
aa mi aa oit lus OAa oaaw IT.
Open everr buin-' day from a.n. to a p.m.,
aad Halurday .n lor BAV1NO DKPOHIT
onlt from to o clock.
u'li w. niaL.i)i-. Treasurai.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. H ALLIUAT, Preddanl i
BKMRT I.. HALLIDAY, ViewPrkttdsai
A. B.HArroRO, Ouhlr;
WALTKR HTSI.OP, Aulttta CAthlcr-
Roisar H. Ccauani
W. P. Halmvat,
Hrirata III to
Haaav L. UauidaT,
(110. D. WltLU
. B. Barroau.
KarXiiAasre Co 1m ksm! Dsaitea Hsaim
Bosada Boacht stssd SSold.
K1P091TB rxcalved, and a ninrl banklm
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. JlMLr.n, resident.
.1. M. I'll I Vlce-lrerlilent.
Ciias. Cunningham, Cashier.
COLLKUTIONS PHOMPTLY MaD)!
EXOttAttdE, eoln, bank Bdtei u. UaiU
States aeeurlttea bouthl and'sotit.
Ssstwms Allowed urn lima nnelSi
ClSy BsrtloBSU Bank lldatV.
MLHprcial atlantion paid to ordars from !'
bsati alibi ordav
1IYLAND & SAUER,
ANO DBALBSU IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVEltY DESCHU'TION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
nest uoor to the Ilyland saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
Eioutu Strut, IIitwiim Wauihotoi
AdJolalBB BI'leaBouB ad Ilanajr'a
Imp the bt or Beat, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lunb, SautAji, ate., nd ar praparml to n.rf
eiliiana In the roost aoceptable mennar.
(Surccsnor to James Kynaston,)
IlUTCIIKIt ASD DBALIR IN ALL KlVPB 01
Corn in Ninktkntii and 1'oruiH Sts.,
lluys anl alaughtera only the best eattlc,
Ikk arnu sheep, and la prepared to fill any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ton tlinimand pounds.
WINES AB UltUORI,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLES ALK UROOKRS,
Alio, irtfi aoniUntljr an hand a moil m
pll ntnck of
SCOTCH AND IBIBB WUIBKIRS
Q I N B,
Fort, Madoria,Shorry and CatawUW'Df'
It. Smith Co. arc uln f;entii for HPf
cir.MiKnv dt'o.'s I'lttsbtirg ale, ot w blob
lnre slock is kept constantly on hand at
list turn- mi hund all kinds of
DKY COJII) AND STOVK WOOD
r or stl. LV order at
WM. KI.UflK'fl 8TOHK,
Our Homo A
John'qhUrBlsin. , 1 . Ossi. Thnipp
.lOHN-tJ. HAhMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Nas-tls Cor. olfliu saasil Ohio tavre
Offer for sale at low Inures and easy tenns
thn lollowiiif,' real ostato :
No 1 An elcKant cotta(;e, corner Twelfth
and Loctiat streets, Is a; mid as. 1, 1, third nil.
Lots above Krade, o lata In b 4, In what Is
known aa Dm "Itldjfo block;'' tlioso loU run
through tho block trom Mncenth to six
ti cntli streets, and the best .residence prop
erty In tho city adjoining property hlKhly
No S-L,ots3 and t, b 15, city, Washloirton
avenue, bcttveerf Thirteenth and Fourteenth
street", west side, tlood two-etory bulldliiK
No .1 Also, vacant lots & and f), adjolnlnc
tho nbove. Lot 14, It '23, city,
on SUtU street, south side
between Commercial and Wn-tilnton ave
nues, will be sold in tracts to suit purchaser,
very low and on easy terms.
No 4 Lota 7 and , b.iU. corner ol Four
teenth and Poplar street, front on Poplar
street, west side, opposite post-office block.
No 6 Splendid business bulldlnic, rest
denco In second story, 0 room, hall and
front and rear stairway, water on both Moors,
In number one condition; situated on north-
wesi corner oi commercial avenue and
Twelltli street. A trreat bariraln if sold
No C Lota 7 anil 8. b 40. lit ml. mll
house and stable on lota, blh ground, cor
ner Poplar aud Twcntiwllilli ntreets.
Price one-ball cash.
No 7 Lot and new C(ilt:ii In Sn 1 nnl.r
hall, tbrco rooms and kitchen, on Twenty
llrat street. Two splendid lots in court
hoti'o block on Poplar street corner.
no & i wovcrt uesiraiiiu nurlnca tiouc
and tvvo lots, on sixth street hot we en Com
mercial and Vu'.lilntoii aveuues, will be
old at terms to pay purchaser rental of 25
per cent cn Investment.
No !l Six lota In b 29, 1st ad. High
ground. gLDOcach on eay payments.
ao Hi A well-Improved larmon the Mln
M"iiuil In Missouri. 8 milcii
273 acres, a Iaro portion under cultivation,
urFi-ciaia uwci.in noiKc, narns and out
blllldllli:!!. Will be noli! vrrv Inw nr r.
changed lor Improved Cairo' property.
irreat carfaln can lie had by uppl)lui; aoon.
i mi property in wonny me cxaininaiion or
nny person who desires to engage lu farm
Inc. as it certainly is our of thu most fertile
and productive, tracts of land in the coun
try. No 11 A Slilcililid two-stnrv rrktitptirn nn
north cat comer of Walnut ami Ninth
street", with two lot very desirable prop
erty. No 1! Lots 18 and 10, li 70-south side ol
Twenty -first street, oiipoilto "Convent
Illock' ery desirable lor residence pur
pose, cheap. ,
No la A well Improved l.irniof 2IOrrm!
0) acres under eiiltlvatlmi : hnusesand barn,
good orchard, beurlug trees; running water
luroiiKii lann auovu ovcniow. une (puarter
mile from station and depot ol Cairo A et.
Louis railroad. Will be .-.old on eay terms
for per acre.
A ri.NK CIIA.XCI I'OK IXVKRTMCNT.
Ill addition to the t'oreKolog we oiler lor
saie. or lease, a larue numuer or vacant loti,
in diflerent parts ol the city, embracing No
1 tilinlnei and reldeneu propertv.
In unimproved lauds, we ltae for sale
over'J.V(sj aerca in Alexaudcr and l'uuuki
counties, at prices raiih'iUK from f'2 tuflS
per acre, aim are prepareu to oner induce
incuts to purchasers mat cannot be equalled
In Colorado. Texas or auv other Place or lv
"any other man." A largo amountot land' of
tne very Dest ()ttaiity, in Alexander and Fu
latkl counties, belbuging to the Illinois Cen
tral Kallri'ad eotnoany, for the sale of wblct
we are the agent, will be sold very tow and
on auch uay termi that a person ot Industri
ous habits, with a very mnall mm ot readv
money, can lu a few yenra become the
owner of a uroductlvo lann. Wc have
plats and dcserilitlofs of all lands offered
fur sate and will take pleasure in showing
purcnaaeri) me property. Tine to an ianu
mjiii uy u guaranteed, nu mown irom ine
patentee when required by ab.tracia. Ar
Cor. Sixth nod Lcvce ts Cairo, Ills.
June 7, 1S73.
U. WIN8TON & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND VLOOR) OHIO LIVII,
But and Sll Rial Estati,
fUUNIHU ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
knit i rnr- Oonnaor. f Kinds:
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
N WAI.TEbVs, Vroprletur,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATI1, SHINGLES, CEDAR POST.i
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shurtatt node
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
F. B R Y A N T ,
Near Twci.ty-sixtb Street,
Onto Lkvki, CAIRO, ILLS
All kind of Lumber. OuV. Pontar. nr.
press, Walnut, etc.. delivered In urn- nnrt
of the city free ol ebargH.
KTTTatroniK'o solicited, and satlsfieiinn
In KIMh8irMt, Iaiwn0orouierolalan1 Wash
niiton Avsnuaa, It lUUr reealTlni
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATMT H'lllNO AND MUMMUR aTTtM.
Htwuit lull Imvof
BOK"N"BTB & HATB
ITrunmsd and nalnminad,
rhCNCII PI.OWKK0. HIHRUN3, THIMMINO'
of all klndt, Laeea, eta., eto. '
And all other articlsa usually louad la a
FIRST.CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McOoo. in addition to her attock ol
ancy and Millinery Uoods, has a Una and
Complete assortmeM of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladles' aad Misses' Shoe? andCbU
drew' Boot., uiaok and in Colors? Thaie
ver in the market, and this 1 tha only
bouse the tltr that make tuem specialty
Home Advotfgorieat,y.l f
- i i
KORWAKDINQ and 0OMMI88ION
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
Aal Aisasa ef
ORIO RIVII AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levkk,
COFFEY, PACE A CO.,
a a i
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER A PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for PAIBBANK'S SO ALES
Ohio Uvea. CAIBO, UXLNOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer lo
Lime, Ccuimt, Plahtxr, Hair, Etc.
Itu I I. If I 0.
131 will sell in car load lots at manut ic
turcra' prices, adding freight. 4-2-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding, and Commission
Liberal A'd.ahcameiiia mad
Ara prepared to receive, ator and forward
rreUhU lo all point aad buy and
sell on eommlastoa,
arHuilnM attend to rmmpllv.
S. D. AYIRS.
K. .1. AYIR
AYERS & CO..
ni'MSIJAT. CflMMlSSIim MEHflHANTJi
No. 78 Ohio Lkvii, Cairo, Ills.
WOOD RITTENHOW'. & RRO
Gjnoral 'Conimipiiion Merolian
JM OHIO LRVKS,
PE T K R 0 U II L
MILiEES' -A. 3-E ITT,
' K. M OHIO UVKB,
S-SOtf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
f Our Homo Advertiser.
BOOT' AXIS 'HOESS.
And buy your
ror.1sHh alMt'ausal Ceamarelal Av
1. ara now prepared to manufacture at
spring sty le, such as patent father, morroco
buck and calf-skin boots Hhoca. with boc
toes, cork and pump sole, Scotch bottoms
and betel ctlKe or any other style you wLt,
I am also manufacturing an extra quality
of ladle,' ahoe. My material and wora
manjhlp are warranted to be ol the bet 1
am determined to not bo undersold lor the
same quality ol jroods.
Ifcpalrituf dono neatly and on hort
Botlce It. J0NK4.
NEW HOOT AND SHOE STORE
AttheMitT orik mr.o bout.
ConxiR or Siventii Streit and Wash
CM ItO, ILLINOIS.
Where I Invite nil the citizen of Cairo
and Hilrrnundlmr country to call ami see II
they cannot save money, a I will sell very
viWi' '""I'tfd the old motto. "The
Nimble Tcnny In lletter than the Hlow 8lx-
H. S. MAT8UN
H- C. Il.niny wishes the
public to be informed that ho
lias on-hund. a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as e.xten
nivo as any in the Southwest,
and that he is determined to
sell every article at prices
lower than the lowest. Cal
on 'him to-day1 and examine
goods and prices. He will
satisfy you both as to quality
REMIS, BltOWN & CO.,
Auextsi noui Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo. 111.
WARD & RORERTS,
Dialer m Window Siiadrs,
Wall Papir, Pcri White
Liai, Liniiiio Oil
DP IRITI URPINTINI, .U LCE
SntLLAC, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washlnirton avenue and Eleventh street,
Cairo, . . . Illikoi
Car Klevath anil Pop! tr ts
Informs the public that be bascngaijctl tUe
senlcen of a Flrit-clas tVafron makcrand
aluo a Kirit-class IIurKO ahuer and Is ready
to manufacture and epair all kinds of work
In thla trade with npalr and dispatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWIIM WAIB'H ATIJIUI AH D WALHU1
Dr. B. F. rialds lofenaa In puLlla tbat be ba
on the northwest side of Tenth straat aa naai
Bis SUblti will ba furalabad with nana but th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at at
hours or the day and night with eate teams
on the lo vest tenns.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronaea
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealiuc '
and strict attention te bust
For Salo at Wliolo'sale or ReUil.
OOUNBB 32D-8TRIIT AND OHIO LIV'O
(. Mt BMC
NEW YORK STOrflS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROMT TARIITT TO0K I TBI CITT '
GOODS SOLD VBRT-OLObE.
Darss.r .f fftSlXt m '
0. O. PATDJlt