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OFIC33, BTTIiXiSTIIsr BtrlliUIITa-, COH. 12TH BTEBET A.3STX) WA3HI1T&TON- A.VH2SrtTB
JOHN ILOBERLY, EDITOR.
TILE B U L jj ET I N. j
HrntlluK iimllrr on mrrj- lingo.
OUU OIR'IIUHKS. I
CHRISTIAN ClIUIICII-i:tKlitriith street
between Warrington anil Walnut.
Meeting every bnnday at 10) n. m., and S
Minriay nchnol at il p. tn.
Prayer meeting Wedne-day evening.
PKK3UYTKRIA.N Elijhtb Street.
Prciclilliv. Hatilnth nt lrtl a.m. Mid 71 tt.m
I'rarer meetlVK, Wednesday at 7) p. in.
Iibbatli School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lamulcn, Hn
ptrlnteiirient. llr.v. II. Thayer, Pastor
M CTHODIST.-Cor. Klghth and Walnut Sts.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m., anil 7 p. m
I'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 7) p.m.
Svbbalh School, il. p.in. 1.. W. htlllwcll.
llpcrlntC&ilcilt. Itnv. r. I.. I liunrnvi?,
UlURCIl OF THi: RKDKKMKR (Kptsco-
Morning prayf ro. Psbbath 10) a.m.
Evening prayers, 7) p.m.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
Rev. K. Coax, Hector.
T. PATRICK'S CIIURCH-Nlnth hi. and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and IP) a.m.
fupvn, 7 p.m.
.iabhath .School. 2 p.m.
au vlcu every day, W a.m.
Hkv. I'. .). O'IIai.loim.-), 1'riort.
"T, JOSKPIPs ClllJtCII.-((iennan,) tor.
tier of Walnut and Croc. i-treeK
Maf, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock u. in.
t'pert-, 8 p. in.
Mi during week riaj, S o'clock a. m.
ItEV. C. Hokkma.v, Prlot.
Uiel between Wuhington Avenue and
Preaching Sumlay morning at 11) o'clock.
Sabbath chool at 2 o'clock p.m.
KKV. C. Ill'KltSCIINKIt. rtOr.
VOl'NO MKX'S C1IHI.VIIA.N ASSoCIA
TION. Keyulur meeting ecoul .MomUv
each mouth at their room over Rock til
A Co, book utore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer uieutlng, Filduy, 7) p.m. at
I.. W. Stii.i.welu President.
-KlONJ) MIspIONAKV HAPTIST
UCHCIl. Corner Sycamore and Forty-
tlrt ntrceli. Preaching anbbatli at 11
o'clock a. tn. and .'1 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. ui.
Tile church l connected Willi the Illinui
Aroclation, by the Firt Mtnlon.iry Ha-
tlt i Lurch ot Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon I.ko.s'auii, Pa-tor.
AFH1CAS MKTIIODI.ST. Fourteenth, be
iweeli Walnut and Cedar.
Service)', Sabbath, 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
Clun uieeti at J p.m.
"KCOSD FHKK Wlhl. IIAPTIST-Fll.
leenth Street., between Walnut aud Cedar.
Snnlccr nabbath. 1) and 3 p. tu.
ItEV. N, HlCKrt, Pastor,
r IlKi: WIl.I. IIAITIST HO.MK MlaslO.S
iAIlUATH SC110UI.. Corner Wulimt
aud Cedar street i.
sabbath School. H a.m.
flllST FHKK WlU. HAPTlaT CIICHCH
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.,3p.m. AT) p.m.
Hkv. Wi. hKt.Ltv, Pator.
t IUST MIsSIONAltV HAPTIST CHCHC1I.
Cedar, between Ninth and m..
I'rcaching Sabbath. 10) a.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, ednecday evening.
frvauUlng, Kriilay tivulng.
Sabbath school, 1) p.m. John anllaxtcr
aud Mary Stephen", superintendent-.
ItEV. T. J. S1IOKE1, Pnklor.
SKCOND HAPTIST CHCHCH-Fourtcenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. I he
only liaptlit church recognized by the Ai-
Services, sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and . p.m.
Hkv. Jacob Hkaui.ky, Klder.
CA1HO COMMANUKHY, No. "--"ated
A-embly at the Acylum Masonic Hall, hr;t
and third Mondayi In each month.
iJAIHO COUNCIL., No.'il.-Hegular Convo.
vii'loti at Masonic Hall, tho fecond rrlday
In each month. .
CAIHO CILU'TKH No. 71.-Hegular Con-
vocation at Manonlc Hall, on the third
Tucuday ot every month,
JAIHO LODGE. So. I7 f . A A. M.-Kepi-
lar Communications at Manonic Hall, the
tccond and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, iat-Mcet In Odd.
FeUown' Hall, In Artcr'8 building, every
Thursday evenlug at 8 o'clock.
Governor Jobn L. Heverldge.
Lleutenant-Govcnior , ,
Secretary of Statc-Geor . Harlow.
Auditor or aiaie v. r.. mi'i'n.vv....
State Treamtrer-Cafper Hut?;.
Attorney General James K. Ldfcall.
Supt. Public Instructlou-Ncwton llateman
Scnators-Hichard J. Oglcsby and John A.
Logan. . ., , ... ....... ..
Heprcsontaiive tigiuccum uisuuir-itjn
MKMBERS OKNKHAL AS3KM1HV.
Bcnresentatlves In tho With dlstrlct.--Jobii
11. Obcrly, Wu. A. I.emtna and Math-
'uiatorfcrtho M)th dUtrict.-.Ick-e Ware.
Judee D. J. Maker, of Aloxander.
Mate's Attorney-Patrick li. Pope.
Clerk II. S. Yocuin.
Shortff-A. II. Irvln.
Xfm. Martin Ascossor and Treasurer.
judxe- F. Bross.
Associates J. K. McCrlte anil 8. Murchll-
Clerk Jacob fl. Lynch.
Coroner Jobn II. (loK-inan.
Mayor Jobn Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cunri Ingham.
Coiaptrollor-K. U. FallU.
Attomoy-ll. Wauon Webb.
Police Magistrates r . Iiroi and J. J.
BMarhalnnd Chief of Pollco-ii. Mclliile.
Health Oltleer-W. o..ten.
Member l'ollco Force A. Cain hii ru't-nt,
F. Whltcamp, l'lillllii Helm, Cha. Mehnur
Mid 1'. A. Coimtit.
nOAItt) OK AL11F.RMKN.
First ward-Hlraui Blxby ami J. M.
'''iocoud ward-Herman Meyers and Wood
UlTblrdward-.lobti McKwcu and F. Ivors.
fourth ward-O. F. N'l- M. J-
MFinlll ward-dim. U. Robinson and Win,
Q BO O K UIKB.
$30,000 WOETH OP GOODS
ON AND AFTER
I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
Aj 1 arn determine loeloio out my prosonl buflncji as joon aipoulbla.
u-M iB,1Vr' c,TV,:STAKliS UKRKAFTIJK, THIS STOCK
N IMi lih SOLI) STRICTLY FOR CASH.
July 5, 1&73.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
Ml m HJ! S I B ! jl x !Ki!l ! I)l
The Saint Charlt" I- well and wl.Jelj known is the leading ami
LARGKST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
Ami In all the appointment of a tirt-cta house, hw uo competior In Cairo, and no uit
rlor In the tate out-lde ot Chicago.
Tho Saint Chnilesl- built In the mot kolld and Mibttantliil manner of brick and Iron, I-fotir-torie.
in height, exelurive of basement and attic, hat a irontago ol 110 feet on the
Ohio river, I2A leet on second trcct and a wing tor culinary purpo-e-; .n thorough repair
and will comfnrtnbly accommodate tiOJ iructt-. It- now doing a line paying buklnce, which
will l,e largely Inert a'ed durluv tl orMu.tv ear ty the now rallroau now being built Into
oatio, and Hhoi-e-aepoiB Will ic In clo" proMuiuJ . u, iinu.Ca
Panic- wishing to engage In the hotel bii'lne-s have now "an excellent opportunity to
puroha-e the entiro property, cr one-third interest with managenifnt ol'the btiliies-, In
rinding turnlttiro and good will, on very rca'onablo tcrmf. at low lljuro.,
Care of Tlcknor A- Co, ST. LOt'IS.
Or (J. W. COCHRAN.
II Perdldostteet, N.iv orlfUi.
Of Cairo, In the lead, ami in order to make room lor hU immense rtock ol tall good",
now oiler- hi entire tock ot
SU1MMER GOODS AT COST
His stock con.L-t.- In part of
SUITINGS, ETC., ETC
He will alo ell all othei good in proportion iv.
G-EEATI.Y EBDUCED PEICE3:
tt!J"Ho repectrully solicit an examination
can he h
: found In the :lty.
CARBOLATE OF LIME,
P E RJIANOANATE OF P O T A S II,
C II LOR1 D E OF LIME,
P O W D E RED C II A R C O A L ,
lOii SA.Ii0S3 AT X.OW PBICE3
UORNKR WASHINGTON AVKNUK AND EIGHTH STREET.
0STO. 74 OHIO LIj'VBE
w ij-r -
ot hlH stock, feeling assured that none better
Ii HOMO CHLORAL U M
ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1873.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
DISASTERS AND DAMAGES
CAUSED HY TUB
THE STEAMER ARMDT HEARD
TWO COI.OKKD CniLDKKN
HUltNKI) TO DEATH.
TSVKNTY CASES OK VKM.OW
FKYEH ON A U. S. MAN OP
P.TC, r.T(J., KTO.
I.o.vo llntscll, Auguit 13 I'afiengon
for New York havo returned and report
the railroad track washed away. Tho
New Jetfey .Southern railroad track be
tween hero and l'hlladelpbla It alio re
ported waabed away. Tho tortn wa tho
neaTk-il over icen for twenty year
1'lllI.AIll-I.I-lllA, Atlgtllt 13. Much
damage hai been done about thii city by
thoUorm, from breaking of culvert! and
Hooding of cellars. In Camden also there
hai been similar da'iiage.
A break in tho railroad track near
Merehantsvillu prevent tb paiiu of
trains to and from Mt. Holly. Paiixn
geri bad to return to thi city, all the cars
but two having run oil' th traek, The
drawing room car wont into the gap, com
pelling tho pnMengurf to crawl out through
tho window. Norm were injured.
At Cap Mny and Atlantic City the
track ot tun llultimnro railroad wa
w.iihod out. Near P.ock Itun lh country
The Pennsylvania railroad trnck near
Pdlrnyra, iiow .Wrsey, U waibod away
and traim are delayed.
At Nownrk, DtjUware crowk had over
howed and watned out tno nauunure
track near a culvert, for sixty yards.
1'assengcM frcm Ualtotnora by tho night
train wero tramferred at tho gap.
At Lancaster, Pennsylvania, tho city
water works wero considerably damaged,
the cotler dami wore carried off and sov
oral small bridges washed away.
hTIUMEU ARMDT HEARD FROM.
Nkw York, August 13. Tho Hark
Dllharroo arrivied at this port this morn
ing, and reports having spoken to tho
stenmur K. M. Armdt on tho 10th inst., at
latitude 10:35 north, longitude CC:30 west,
bound northwost. When spoken to the
tamo day by tho Mnas, as reported yesto
day, she was in latitude 41.03 north, lon
gitude 6C:1S west. A stoatnor lot t to-day
to cruise off tho const and asslitthe Armdt
to make this port. Tho captain of the
steamer Maas says ho offered to tako the
Armdt in tow if her commander would
namo a satisfactory sum. Tho Uttor was
willing to accept ol tho towage but to
leave the remuneration to tho settlement
of tho ownors of tho two vessels.
Sanjiv Hook, August 13, 1:30 p.m.
Thu steamship K, M. Armdt is signalled.
A CRUEL HOAX,
New York, August 13. Thoro was a
report in circulation Into this evoning at
tho hotels and other public places, that a
Long liranch stoamer had sank on her
way to Sandy Hook, and that 400 lives
wero lost. Thoro was no truth in the re
port, and no accident had occurrod which
would giro foundation to such a cruol
John Ilowen, aged 05, of No, 1 15 Spen
cer street, IJrooklyn, whilo carrying an
Infant grandchild down stairs, fell, killed
tho child and fatally injured himself,
TWO ClULDRKSn URNED.
Little Hock, August 13. Near
Augusta, Friday, n negro woman put her
two childron to bed and wont to church.
When sho returned sbo found tho houso
burned to tho ground and tho two chil
dren porlstieil in tbo (lames.
Hosion, August Thn steamer
Pavorite, with un excursion parly num
bering 1T0 persons, took fire In the harbor,
which caused considurablu panic, Tho
flames were extinguished without material
damage, and tho passengers taken off by a
YKI.I.OW KKV Ml.
IliTVNA, August 13. Tho United
States limn of war Canandaiglia has ar
rived at Kingston, Jamaica, from Aiipin
wall, with 70 of her cruwslck with yellow
throw n KROM llh ntifmv.
CoLUMHlta, Ohio, August 13. Joseph
Held, a very old cltUen of this county
whs thrown from his buggy yesterday at
Washington and instantly killed.
London, August 13. Rov. Newman
Uall will leave Liverpool on the 23d Inst,
for Now York, whence ho will make
tour of the United States,
A NEGRO WOMAN FOUND MUR
DERED IN MEMPHIS.
ARRIVAL OP THREE ESCAPED
PRENUIl CONVICTS AT
A DEPUTY SHEKIFF KILLED IJY
A DESPERADO IN AR
KANSAS. SUAP.KEY TIIK MUHDEKKH AT
TEMPTS TO STAB HIS
NEORO WOMAN .MURDERED.
MEMruix, August 13. Yesterday af
ternoon the body of a negro woman
named Lou Portor was found under a
trcstlo on tho Paducah railroad in north
Memphis. It was supposed that sho bad
boon killed by tho train, but after the
body was buried roports of foul play
wero circulated and Coroner Caldwoll had
tho body ezhumod, and a post mortom ex
amination rovealed the fact that sho had
been murderod and placed thero, hor neck
having beon broken nnd soveral wounds
inflicted with an axe or hatchot on hor
head, but nothing devoloped as to who
committed thn deed. She had boon ar
rested for drunkenness tho day before,
Baltimore, August 13. Threo Alge
rian convicts Irom tho French penal col
ony, whither they bad been sontonced
for ten years each, one for robbing,
another murder and a third for assaulting
a French utllcer, hnvo arrived at this port,
Tuny claim to have escaped In company
with one hundred and fifty fellow-convicts,
and after terrible suffering in the swamps
and junglei, reached Demerara. They
have beon committed to Hay View asylum.
New York, August 13. Wu, Ken
nedy, deputy keeper of tbo Tombs, who
accidentally shot and killed Thomas
O'Urien, while cleaning a pistol, tostitlcd
be kept his revolver in order that he
might defend himself against Sharkey the
uiu.uuiei, wno had attempted to stab him
a few days ago.
A DEPUTY MIEHtrt- kiixh
Lutle Rock, Augu.t 13. A deputy
sheriff of Monroe county was killod SaU
uday, while attemptUj; to arrest a des
perado. AN OLD CITIZEN KILLED.
Nathan A. Uird, an old and woll-known
citizen, residing In Richmond, in a por
sonal dlfllculty was shot and killed yoitor
dty, by a man namod Sullivan. Tho for
mer had sued the latter, and it was during
the trial that tho difliculy arose.
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE.
Alico Stanley, a woman of tho town,
made an unsuccessful attempt at suicido
last night. Sho took an over dove of
I!oiton, August 13. Danlol "SVhiton,
tho convict who assaulted Warden Cham
berlln, was to-day sentenced to ten yean
imprisonment, to tako effect at the oxpir
atiun of his prcsont sentence.
Salt Lake City, August 13. AVm.
Kirby shot Tom Lynch in tbo back. He
will probably recover.
TUE RAILROAD QUESTION.
San Francisco, August la. In a
spoech before a mast mooting of tho Peo
ple's Union last night, Gov. Uooth spoke
about tho present disintegrity of tbo par
tics, and on tbo presence of new dangors
and now issues. He said partydisciplino
it destroyed, and mon diffor not ns in Re
publican! or Democrats, but as mon of in
ilopondent conttitution. These moral
farcet can no more bo respoctod by con
ventions, platforms nnd resolutions than
tho tempest can bo stayed by a
proclamation of poaco. Whon par
tint cease to ropresout principles
no power can hold them together. Tbo
contost throughout the union is tho old
one, between prerogative and personal
freedom ; betwoon power strong to take,
and the right of each man to hold his own
influonco; tho concentration of capital to
bo rosistod ; of tho lights for control of the
railroad tyttom ovorywboro ; for political
supremacy in every ttate, and with thit
immenso pressure upon our rights we are
iu danger of becoming enslaved In spirit
and of losing tbo sense of manly inde
pendence which is essential to
freedom. The powers threatening this
danger have not reached unity, but tho
work it certainly being done. The ten
dency to concentration under a single
boad it to manifest all can tee It, The
speaker taid that when the government
builds railroads it should control them for
the publiu good, and whon It is defrauded
of securities, should taku possottloii of the
11 ARRlHHURo, August 31, The Penn
sylvania Republican ttato convention was
called to order at 12 tn., by Russell Krett,
andS. II. Miller was selected temporary
Debmoines, Iowa, August 13. The
Anti-Monopoly Farmer otate convention
mot here at U o'olock this forenoon, aud
after effecting a temporary organization,
and appointing the usual cemmlUeet,
took a recess till 2 p.m.
Salt Lake, August 13. Tbo agricul
tural editorial excursion arrived from the
East last night. To-day they are looking
at vr!ouspolnU of Intorest In the city.
They will remain till Saturday.
Wasiiimqtok, August 13. Tho treasu
ry department has requested tho depart
ment of justice to instruct tho district at
torney at Halllmore to appear as counsel
for custom officer Geo. M. Dapon, for
shooting si party attempting to land smug
gled gin from a itaamer at that port.
Ism (tad rll r tho Mirers
For 24 hours ending 3p.m., August 13, 1S73
lAbove i Changes,
water.) Bite.. Fall.
New Orlcani ...
Vleksburg .. .
Observer Slirnal Service, U. S. A.
Louisville, August 13. River falling
with C feel In canal, 3 foot in pass.
Weather cloudy and ploasnnt. Business
dull. Ai rived: Colossal. .St. Louis: Coal
bill and barget, Hi. Louis; Bastrap, Madi-
ton. Departed : Co onal. Cincinnati
St. Louis, August 13, Arrived, Cap
ital City, Vicktburg; LaBarge, Missouri
river. Departed, Uattie, Arkansas river ,
Grand Tower, Memphis; Clinton, Koo-
VvV, O...A lUuhlU, 5i U.M,nv Uon.
accord, Mound City. River falling, clear
Nashville, August 13, Arrived
Archibald P. Groon from uppor Cumber-:
land, lift inches on tl"i iu-y rain
last nitrli ' myrning' Clear and
Memi-his, August 13. Cloudy, hot and
heavy rain tbit afternoon. Klvor fulling
tlowly, Arrived, Ft Gibson, Little Bo:k
Departod, Futuro Citv. Now Orlun.. ami
Julia, St. Louit.
SlIREVEI-ORT, Aucust 13. Clear: mar.
cury 90. Roteonotnch. Arrived: Mary
roe, fct. Louis. Departed; O. U. Durfee.
Cincinnati. Aucust 13. River 9 feat
and fallinc. Dopartod: Exohaniro fnr
Pittsburg; Charmer, Evantvlllo.
New Orleans, August 13. Arrived:
Henry Amos. Sotrams. No donarturna.
Cloar, morcury 89.
Vicksruro, August 13. Down: Shan
non and Lady Loo. No boats up. Clou
Pittsiiurci, August 13. Stagoof water
4 feet and falling. Monongahola on stand
Sr. Louis, August 13. Flour dull; tu
por, $3 76t 25; extra $4 605 i'3; fam
$7 'J57 7o; fancy $88 25.
Wheat Arm, nctivo sales, all samples,
No 4 rod$l M1 17; No 3 SI 351 30:
No 2 $1 40l if,. w
Corn Armor; No 2 mixod a7J28c on
the spot for August; offered at 3Mj0:i8lc;
bid 39c for Soptombor.
Oa't Armor 2628jc.
Pork steady and tlrm; $1G 7&17.
Dry salt meat firm and uncbangod; no
tales; bacon firm for cash; shoulders 91
9c; C R 10j10jc; clear rib offerod for
September at lOijo.
Lard llrm; manufacturing 7c; rellned
8c small lots.
Coffee highor and active; Rio 2325Jc.
Sugar firm; Louisiana 8j10jc."
Whiskoy steady, 91c.
New Orleans. Aucust 13. Flour
scarce and firm, XX $0 25; XXX ti 60
7 00; family f 8J9J.
Corn scarco and tlrm, mixed 70c; wblto
mixed 73c; white 76c.
Oatt qulot, -13 lie,
Bran scarce, 85c.
Hay prime ?2.'2t; cboico $29.
Pork scarco and tlrm, $17 60; dry tall
shoulders 9jc; bacon firm and tcarco, 10
lt(o)12c; choice hatnt scarce and In de
Lard stock small and prices firm; tierco
8j9c; keg lie.
Sugar stock light, fair to fully fair 9
9jo. Whiskoy quiet, Louisiana t)5c; Cincin
nati $1. X
MEMritis,Ausust 13. Cotton quiet and
unchanged; receipts 18. bails; shipments
178 balls; stock 7,181 balls.
Flour dull and drooping; medium K
7 60. !
Corn meal dull anu drooping; J-' 85
Corn in fair demand and higher; 69
Bacon quiet and weak; shoulders 9J
!; clear rib I lie; dear lljc.
Lard dull and nominal.
Pork tcarco and firm at 19c In store.
Oily tloMttf:atkak Utllst.
jajlpeelal atUaUoa pald.M or Jr rrom tieata
boats nlibl or dav
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
Our Home AdvertiMr.
BEMIS, BROWN & CO.,
Aoi.vts IIomk Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levot, Cairo, lilt.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
mrwiiif wash'k ativui ad WAxntTf
Dr. B. F, nld Inforai totpablle Ibalfceha
on ibe northwMt tid of Taath strut at BAa
Hit HubUt will be nirnltfitd with seat bat Itj
AND. GOOD VBHIOLXS.
anil (llA ttlltilli-maiT ,A 1
hnnra nf fhn flav n,l n ,.. h.k - - . -- -
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields aaks a share ofpubllepatrottan
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deaun
and strict attention to bus cr
For Sale at Wholeealo or Retail.
OOBNER 32D-BTBUT AMD OBIO LlBI
"tf J. r. (JAMB LB
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dealers in Window Shades,
Wall Pater, I'uri Whiti
Lead, Linsiid Ott
Sl'IBITS TunPlMTlMB, Qlqb
Shellac, Alcouol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Kleventh street,
Cairo, . . Illihoi
You can buv ux
and one-half lbs. Dur&nt'a
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar: Seven lbs. New Orleim
Sugar for One Dollar; Beit
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee. One Dollar : Bait
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a nait por pound ; Beat Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy -nve Uenta per pound ;
Young Hyaon and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at niRAM iJLXBY.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
IIABU AND HOIT.
Ivecp constantly on hand
I'l.OOUI.NO AND SlDLVO, AL80 LATH,
MILL AND YARD CORNER THIRTT-ITOCRTK
HTREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
ILLINOIS. 7-30 W
IIYLAND 4 SAUEK,
i.-Lur ui u-.a
AND DBALBM IM
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial arena
next door to the Uylsnd saloon.
U-lCtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DEALKR IN
KiniiTii Street, Betwim WAJirnaToi
Adjolnltie; Kltteatioiue ssatl HaJttty'e
Ki lb btti or BmI, fork, Mnttoe Veal.
Luob, Suui, to., sad are prepen4 le terra
oltit'Bi In the most aoeepUble maaatr.
OAlkb" AND "PADUCAH"'
The spltadld tttaatr
Pick fowLn, OtpUl
Uavev' Cairo DAILY, (Suittay MatwUd) at
iV.a To? frtlUt opattvt?W or
lo JaTLLOIIT, Aft.
Oaim, III I ".tf .