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ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 HUM thn Nhortrat Ilnnto
Bight Bile the Shot-lout Rons
NO 0UAN0K OF OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK CHANG K OP OARS
OM OAtltO TO
Cincinnati, u.llnpoII. Toli.l,
lfetrott, ntrvetimd, Niagara Kail.
Buflalo, HitUbut k. Wvdilwtton.
Baltlmor, Philadelphia, ! Inrk.
Boston nod nil points east.
Milwtuklc, JnMill. ?:lll"'n
LaCro.ss, HI. Paul and all points north.
Itna I. also dlttrt flits to
iMeatur, Dlno-nlnton, NnnngcM,
Prorla, Uulner, Keokuk,
Butiingtun, Hock UUnd, 1a mile,
Ucndou, Dnon, Kri-tpurt,
UHmus, Dubuqco, Slum City,
Omaha and all points n&tthwMl.
ElM-ant Drawing Room Sleeping On"
On All Night Trains.
BMW Checked in all Important point.
Fa. tlAkat. and Information, iipnlr to I. C. It.lt
dpot at alro; on board tne munt atunr lx-
twMm coiumbu. ami Cairo, ami ai ine princiA
miroMtlctot onicaa inrotiK'""" wi "'"
W. P. JOHNSON, Orn'I tw, Ak'I, Chlo0.
A. MtTfniLt, Gen'l. fup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
Passenger trains on tlio Illinois Central
chance time tvtl.tr. Kroin and altrr 1P10
p. m. to-day trains will run as follows
Express, dally . ...J:n.'.p.:ni
Mall, excert Sunday ...,;i:ui a. in
Kmrcss. - .. -M P- "
Mail, dally except Sunday ..ll:.. i. m
0A1R0. ARKANSAS AND TLX'AS I!. It,
On and after Monday, An?. 11. 1ST3, tralni
will run d.ilir. exceiu Miiiuar, iiciwccii
Greenfield's landing and Middle. -MI.ourl
as follows :
Lcavo Greenfield's at 0:0:. p.tn.
Arrive at Dexter at iohii a.m
Arrive at Riddles at IWM n.m
Leave Kiddles at 1:20 p:m.
Arrive at Dexter at 1:12 p.m.
Arrive at Greenfield's at fWH) a.m.
Leave Grccnilcld's at.., !i:IO a.m.
Arrive at Charleston at 10:."0 a.m.
Leave Charleston at 8:;i0 ii.iu.
Arrive at Orcentleld snt t:20 n.m
CAIRO AND VIXCENXKS
SUORTKST ROUTB FROM
OA I ISO
Cincinnati, Indtmapnli', Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niajrra Fall',
Huifalo. Pittsburg, Washington,
Waltlmorc, I'liilidelplila, .Vow Votk.
HosUin and all Kutcru 1'olnt.i,
CIIANOK OF TIME.
On au.l .(lop Tiioad.iy, Jillv J, IS 7.1, trains
will run a follows :
Going north leaves Cairo at,. l;00 a.m.
Oolntf toutb arrives at Cairo at.,.. lt:ly p.m.
U0CND Cllf ACCOMMODATION.
travel Cairo ttt....ll:3"i n.m. and 0:00 p.m.
Arrives at Cairo at.. 6:00 a.m. and 1:23 p.m.
The express train north nrrlvcn at Vln
cennet at 12:20 p.m., making direct connec
tion at li:M p.m., with tho Indianapolis and
Muccnnes railroad for Indianapolis, tho
treat railroad centre, from which point
trains are departing at all houri-, lor all
Wilms In tho United States and Canada. At
li-M p.m. with tho Kranvlll and Craw,
t "cs-llle railroad, for Terra llauto, India
uapoun, Chicago, Danville and all points
north, via the lerra Hauto, Kvansvlllo and
Chlcogo railroad, and cant via tho Vaudalta
lint, and Indianapolis and St. Louis railroad.
At 1:3) pin with the Ohio and MKUippi
railroad, for Cincinnati, Loulllle, and all
pointa east, via Cincinnati.
l'ataengein going by thN routo are. placed
In Indianapolis, Cincinnati, LouUvlllo, Now
ork, Uot n, 1'hlladelphla, llultlmoie,
at hington, and all eastern points twclvo
hours In advance of any other route.
Kxprcs train makes connection at Kldo
rado with St. IjuU and Southeastern rail
way, tor at. LouW, ML Vernon (llllnol-),
Shawneetown, and all points between Kldo
rado and St. Louis,
At Norrls C:ty makes clo-o connection
for Sprtngneld, Jtock Island, and all points
on SprlngtleM and Illinois Soutliea-teni rail
way and cont'octlons.
At Carmi ylth St. Louis, Kvanvlllc, Hen
derson and Nashville railway line, lor .Mt.
ernou (Indlaua), Kvanvlll, Henderson
(Kentucky;, Nasbvillle (Tetmpx.ct i, and all
point, on s't. L., K., 11. id N. railway an
lase checked to all Impottaut pomta.
.STf .r UcWetb ana Iiifoniiatlon apply at
th ticket office, corner Seventh street and
Commercial avenua, Cairo, Illinois.
Jso. Lee, Sup't. Chah. O. Wool,
ii L. i, . Oo-1, Pa,,'r Rn(1 Ticket Air't
M. K. HUKSstt.K, Agent, Cairo. h
LOCAL WKATHKIt KKl'ORT.. "
U. S. SIO. SKIt., UBSKl.VKK'BlOirriCK, 1
Cairo, Aumist m. ts?:i io n m
Thermometer 73 de-rrcos,
Wind, calm, velocity
o mile per
WMiaum Umpcrature last 2, hour
Minimum Umperaturc, last 21 hours, -degrees.
i-revalllug wlndu.t 2t hour.
Toul number of miles tra-cled dining last
lUtvix GiiiLiNii, Observer.
Uet Scotch ale, stout porter, and eight
yr oiq wmrioo wwtttey to u found onlv
sst tb CryiU) salooc, corner of Sixth street
nnd Commercial avenue.
tiTXAUXLA .V La at K,
C-2S lw JVotirietor-
Ufctkj lvrtLe Calio, Arkansas and Tcxa
raUitwl, eUrtUi Irom White A- Urttr"
rtore, corner ot blxth rtretl and Ohio Jovcc
ran as fouvwt' :
Arrive w city at .... 10 a.m.
Rtgulir bo.rder at th I3urpeai hotel,
lUrry Walker proprietor, rn mt ljard at
the rale of $10 per month. ft-i'Mf
Fine white; shifle and douhJo x atnhtr
tingle and double X Canary, best quality r,l
msnllU, blue letter, etc., etc, W)fM fur
ale, printed at $3 50 to G IV) per thou, and
FOR BALK OR RENT.
.,s Barber shop in complete running ordor,
o good utand and good run of custom,
Inquire at Thb Uullki ir GreiCK,
for rorNTY Titr.Ast rlt.
KniTon iir Tint Hui.etin You will
please, announro my name at tlio pcoplo'i
Candidate for County trnnsiiror, at lho on
sulnp; November olectic.n. Intending and
dclrlng lo sorvo tlio pooplo, I liopn to bo
oloctrd by tlio people.
s-2oid Wim.iam .Martin.
(len. Rnum is In tho city.
The city Jill contilni soven pri-on-er..
lloth Leo nml 'Wood of tlio C.-V. nro
-l'ollco .Mngiatrato HirJ's police court
wn not very Interesting yelordny. Only
n fow cfiio.i of tho ordinary kind woro
If Mr. .lowctt Wilcox does not sue-
cecd in (olllni; his Interest in tho St.
Charles hotel, ho will probably rnturn to
Cairo nml bocomo its landlord
Conductors ol freight trains on tho
C and V. IS. IS. havo been prohibited from
allowing any poraon to travol on thoir
train: without a "freight tram order."
Mr. .1. Hurgor ha yono to Now York
to purctiAio his fall stock of dry goods.
Ho will roturn In a fow days nnd then
look out for what ho may havo to say,
In the rounty court yesterday Honry
llnndramp was held in bonds of ono hun
dred dollars to konp tho peaco towards his
wife, Citrolino Handcauip, in parliruhir,
and towards tho piopla of tlio state of 1 lli
nols in gonornl.
Tho mulo team of .Mr. Kendall, tho
Rardonor, hitched to n wagon, ran away
yestordny uvonlng. Air. Kendall, who
was driving tho team, wns thrown Irom
tho wngon, and tbo whcols ran over his
breast Injur! ne- lilm eovoroly.
Maj. Leo, nuporintcndont of tho C
nnd V. R. R,, has ordered that tho namo of
locomotivo ongino No. 2., called "Vixen,"
shall bo changed to 'Sol. U, Guoss,'1 In
memory of locomotivo engineer Sol. C.
Ones.., who lately died of cholorn nt Carmi
Mr. Geo. O. Gordon, fathor of Jlr.s.
James Summerwoll of tins city, nnd for
many years n rosident of this city, died nt
Memphis on Saturday afternoon of old
ago and goneral liability. His romnina'
wero Interred nt Klnt comctorv near that
Tho attention of our reader? is di
rected to tlio advertiomunt of tho Cairo
wood and coal yard, to bo found in another
column. Mr. Wheeler, tho nronrictor.
has bucn enpnged in tho businc for sov-
oral ycar., and brings n largo oxperienco
Into tbo new enterprise.
-A meeting was held last night at tho
Hibernian ongino-liouio for tho purposo
of organizing a military company. Tho
meeting was very woll attended, nnd quite
number becamo members. Owing to tho
fact that tnnny who desiro to join tho organ
ization could not bo presont on last oven-
Ing, nnotbor meeting will bo bold on noxt
TrUny nveninu, whon all who desiro tho
formation of tho company should bo in
Mr. Clias. Tlirupp bus completed
his contract made with tho I, C.
railroad for tho construction of tho in
clined plain, from tho top of tho Icveo nt
tho font of Twonty-sixth strcot, to low
wator-matl:, to bo used iu making tho
transfer bctwean tho Illinois Central and
Mississippi Central railroads. Tho M. C.
railroad Is pushing tho samo worl; for
ward on thoir f ido of tho river at tho ferry
landing. It is oxpectod that tho wholo
work wtll bo completed and ready for tko
Yesterday evening Chief Mclliilo
shot nnd killed Mr. A. Swoboda'i dog
tho dog which Attacked and so painfully
"chawed" up .Mr. .1. T. Thomas. Mr.
Swobodr. nsserts in his card published in
anothor column in this morning's IIim.i.k-
ti.v that Chief Mcllalo will havo to
answor for shooting tbo dog. l'ooplowho
persist in keeping dogs, and especially
vicious dogs, should Ucep them off tho
itrect, and if found on tho street they
ought to bo shot. It is our impression '
.1..., fl.Uf ToII.1.. .11.1 tin! M-1,.,1 ),n nm.lit '
to hnvo done, nnd that ho will bo backed
in so doing by runo-tontbs of tho citizens
-Tho C. and V. I'.ailroad company is
bringing gravel as rapidly m ill rolling
stock facilities will allow, and is putting
Commercial avenuo into Drst-rate condi
tion, Tho road bed has been ballasted
nnd tbo approaches lo It on each sido
made between Sixth and hightb streets.
Citlr.ans who havo observed this Improve
ment will apprtclato tbo wisdom
of tho suggeitlon that tho city
should, as soon as it is able,
procuro tho O. and V. company to
bring In sutllciont gravel to pave too
avenuo along its ontlrn length. Tho oi-
penio will be immaterial; tho company
will do tbo work at actual cost; and tho
improvement will bo worth thousands of
dollars to tho city. A strcot paved with
this gravel will bo a porroancnt Institu
tion. Tho gravel Is better than bould
ers or NicholHon pnvement. It Is a ox
cullont in quality as tho lVlucab gravel.
Sl'IClDH AO A IN.
l.i'iivi: ui Hi uhin-In your lisue
"MindsT lait "Aghalativu." God bit is him,
c-viiiei oat in a loiter In answor to "that
little anonyrnoui tommunioatlon on lul
cid, Jl think. Now, although bit
letter reads like a look and abounds in
high wundlng phraies brought froth Irom
hit alum mater at Cape Oirardeau, (ha will
out-grow Latin in limo), bedooinot come
to the point at all, Mine was one of
n itiiry, not lnlaiido-1 to call forty Jul tort
of bombsit and sound, but to call out
learned ojinions from lairned mon, and,
ptrbapi, open a controvony to which J
might bo a spectator, holding to my own
peculiar views.. I conildor my luiter as
Monday, Auguit IS.
I huruby forbid all persons from tolling
anything to my wife on my credit. I
will pay no such debts, I will furnish bor
wth all nocnsarii jiyi(ilf
MO 'H WM K KNIi t l.L
CAIRO DAILY I3ULL15TLN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1373
TIIK HASF-HALL MATCH.
Tho first of a series of games to bn
played botwoon tho Kgyptlati b.vo.ball
Hub ofCalro, And tho ISivorsldos of .Mound
City, for tho championship of Sonthotti
Illinois, wn played In thiscity yesterday
Tho camo was called at throo o'clock,
Clias. Snup being chosen as umplro, Tho
1 ISivorsldos took tho Held at tho start, tbo
I Hgyptlans having held tho bat with confi
dence, And, no doubt, somo degroo of
prido, all of which was moro or less nt
tributablo to tho "show-up'' of tho "sky
bluo." Tho Riversides led up to tho
seventh and eighth Innings, whon tho
Kgyptlan, coming down to their natural
selves, icratchod tlio balanco In avor of
tbo Rlvorsides nnd led two or thrco tallios.
Tho latter club mndn somo ono or two
tallios In tho Inst inning, and, according to
several outsido scorers, just balanced tho
scoro of tho Egyptian. Wo nro not pre
pnred to say "which was which." Tho
umplro rend tho olliclal scoro at tlio con
clmion of tho game and gavo tho victory
to tlio ISivorsldes bv ono tally. How it
wakJ that tho Cairo scorer was blind
folded by tho Mound City scorer, or bow
it is tuat all maintain tbo oven acoro of
both sides wo nro not prepared to say
Wopresumo, howovor, time will iolvotho
mystery, 'lho score, us reported by nil!
clal scorer", stood i
I'M rod, c r. ti I
Ca-sldy, 1st b fi 2
llintlili; 2d b 2 r.
Cartnr, s t ft :l
.M in ton, p I :i
Slophlct, 3d I :i 5
Sullivan, r f , ft '.)
Moll.cf r, '1
Higglns, It I
Total M 'i:
Howies, .'d I .. I
Shoohan, c f 2
A. Frot, ss S .1
l'owoll, 1 f 0 1
I). Frost, c A :i
Cassidy, r f. 7 I
Neii; :;d b j a
Howloy, p " 6
llrodurick, 1st b 2 ' r
Total :i7 '27
1, 0, II,
11, 0, 1, !), 1,
Kpyptlans. 'J, 11, ;l, 0, I, 8, 0, .1,
Riversides over Egyptians 1
Chas. A. Snup of this city, umplro.
.1. McKwen and , scorer...
C.uno, Ills., August 1!', 1k73
To the LMItorol tlio llulletln;
In your ppor this morning 1 notice
that Mr. Thomas has been making a great
to-do in rogard to tho dog light ho had
tho misfortune to gut into. Mr. Thomas
makes a great mistako when ho assorts
that my dog bit him. In undertaking to
separate tho dogs, Mr. Thomas foil to be
laboring and using my dog rather se
verely, and was only attacked by him
after having thus abusod him. To say Hint
Mr. Thomas was used rather roughly
is only tho truth, for bosldua 'Mr. Thomas
nnd his dog, thoro wcro two others
engaged in tho combat, who fought with
a spirit equal to that of .Air. Thomas
All tho harm my dog dono was to knock
down Mr Thomas threo or four times by
running ngainst him, aid dragging him
whilu ho was holding to tho dog's collar,
Hut, to convinco Mr. Thomas that tnvdog
did not bito him, 1 would inform him that
my ''vicious dog' is fourtoon years old,
hasn t a tooth in bis mouth, and is very
hard of hearing.
Mr. Thomns' remark that ho has noti
lied ir.o ho would kill my dog Is false, and,
as for tho suit ho rofcrs to, J can bring
sullicient proof Hint my dog ncvor once
tried to hlto liim. A. Swouoda
P. S. I suppose M-. Thomas is satis
fled now. Through his instigation tho
dog was shot by Mcllalu last night, whilo
lying peaceably on his own porch asleep,
wmcn can ho proved by any number of
witnc.se, and I intend to make him an
,w nr r
lho Delta bocial club rooms, suitablo
for ofiiccs, llrst lloor, south sido of Tin:
IlUl.LKTiN buildlnc. Enouiro at this of.
On .Monday morning lnt, in lho post
oflico, or on Wmhington avenue, a memorandum-book,
containing a letter nnd
ono or two monoy-ordcrs, which aro of no
value eicept to me. I will pay a suita
blo reward for return of book and contents
to thli ollic Geoiihe Ufiish,
"r "Aciiango for Cairo city property. The
gwory sloro at tho corner of Sixth street
and Waihlngton avenue. The establish
mont is doing a good and paying himneit,
nnd will bo disposed of nt n bargain,
Reaioru for wishing to sidl out satisfaeto
rlly explained to any otio wishing to mir
chaio. For further partleulnrj Inquiry on
tuu iirouu'cs. H.'iOlf
I'artici wlibing gorxJs sold at auction,
will pleaso bring the samo to my auction
room, No. 105 Commercial nvei.uo, on or
before Thursday evening of each we.,1.
I shall sell on Friday of each week uu
lead of Saturday as heretofore.
Uio only llcemeil am tioneer iu tin. city.
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A a .
n rare tuanco la ollurod to
wun monoy to invcit in
property in tho most di-sirai.i,. J.,
ili'. J wo lots, to feet rront on the avo
nue, ),.., :, ,tries. Two largo stores
mii l Httml up ,,,, tho llrst lloor, tho .
r storios are well ranged for olllco, or
dwellln;;,. For futt),er reticulars en.
'lU TV: u .'''"!i IIakman A Co
f.-1-tf HmI Kaut, ABnt,, cfl, ,'ll.
On and after August 1, I intend to do a
strictly cash business, incept with thoso of
my customois whoiettlo promptly on t,0
first of ovory montitAil old accounts
and notoi In my hands which aro not
settled noun, I shall advertise and sell
at public vendue, I) Artkii,
t'Aiiio .luly v., jr.,:' 7 J7 I m
A(iT's,timi k C. .V: V. IS R.,i
Oaitio, Ills., duly 2ii, IH7.1.
For tlio accommodation of tho cltl.o.ui
of Cairo, lho Mound City aroominodatloii
train will on and nftor Monday, .Inly 88,
slop ns follows! At Fourteenth atroot
Twentieth street, Twetily-llftli ctrept,
Thlrty-fnurth stront, nnd tho crossing of
tho Illinois Central railroad. No ono
will bo permitted on tho train without n
ticket. Faro botwoon Seventh street sta
tion and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermediate points, flvo cents.
Tickets good for twonty faros can bo pur
chased nt tho ticket olllco, cornor of ttov-
onlh street, for ono dollar. l'asotignrs
will not bo permitted to got oil' or on thn
train nt nny points other limn tho above.
Gon'l. Fiissongor nnd Ticket Agt.
A NEW FlItST-OLASS "llAISIIEr
SllOF. Mcllcnry I'oo it Co., of New Orleans,
havo cotno lo thi city lo tay, and havo
fitted up a (Irit class barber-shop on Com
morclal avotiuo In tho room noxttn Han
non's book store, lately occupied by Stu
art & Ohnlson ns a dry goods storo. The
workmon aro all first-class ni.d aro pro
pared to rut hnlr, shave, shampoo, ote., in
tho very latest styles. All thoy ask is n
trial. They respnctfully solicit a share of
public p'ltronagn. .MrllEMtV Rok&IVi,
MIS. .MAX HOM-KIt,
A COMI'KTKNT IMA NO TUN El!
AND ItEI'A I REIt,
Has located In tbo city. Contracts made J
for tuning pianos by tho year or other J
wise, to suit tits owner. Orders left at tho
Jewelry storo of E, & W, Under will ro
coivo prompt attention. 7-20-lm.
SPECIAL NOTICES. !
Tho barber shop is on ,lho cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial nvenuo
where .1. Georgo Stieiihouro with his gen
tlemenly assistants run bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to sootho
your fooling?, with a smoolli shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-claJ shop, and you aro
suro of receiving llrst-cln"s treatment.
Ladios' and children s hair cut or curled
after tho most approved styles. S-lo-tf
Dr. Lavarly, homooopathist physi
cian, latn of Slmwneotown, lias located in
this city nnd intends making it his homo
Tho doctor comes to Cairo woll recom
mondeil, anil refers to tho olltcors of the
First National bank of Shawneotown, to
whom ho is woll known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair sliaro of tho patrotmgo of
our citizens. 7-'J0-tf
P. Fitzgerald nt his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial sivo-
nuo, oilers for snlo Guinness' Porter A
lias' ale nnd puro Hennossy brandy,
and the genuine Ar.gosturo bitters, nil
llrst-class cholera cures. Try them
Dr. W. It Smith has removed his of
llco to tho second story of Louis Herbert's
now brick building on Eighth street, bo
twoon Washington and Commercial ave
nues, whoro ho has moro comfortable and
commodious quartets. S-10-tf
J). Artor inn lho largest and most
complete stock of harness, saddles, bridles
and strnp goods in tho city which ho siiys
ho will sell nt bottom prices for cash and
cash only. 8-10-lm
Phil. II. Snup rcceivos ripe, luscious
grapes every morning, frosii from tho
vinoynrd. Ho oilers them for slo at
wholcsalo or rutall, 102 Commercial
Halloy has a lot ot wood pumps and
tubing which ho oilers oxtra low; call and
seo thorn, 108 Washington avenuo.
Halloy will oll'ur oxtra Inducements
for tho next HOdays, so as to mako room
for his largo order of boating atovn'.
Halloy' stock of fruit cans is the
largest in tlio market, nnd ho has loads of
can wax. 7-20-lm.
Go to Halloy' for good stoves and
gooil bargains, lo. Washington avenue
" Green wood fifty fonts a loid nt tho
box factory. 7-".0.rnv
i it o
Tenth and I'oiirtccnth sliccls. li.Hvccn
Wu-liln'lon and Commercial actitli'.
Ail, ICixns or "Woou ani Co.vr..
Slove wood sawed to order.
Orders received for Pittsburg roal lo bo
delivered In September at fi! Ml por Ion.
Leave oreer- at olllco on Tenth stieet,
next door to tobacco warehouse.
'IVrius: Ca.li mi delivery.
H-20 Im l W. WIIKKI.KII, Piop'r.
J In tinliintio locomotive should he care.
fully ciiyiiiccrcil, otherwise It may run oil
the track ol lift at nny moment. To keen
Its delicate Internal iinehliinry In perfect
trim, or lo put It Iu gom! working condition
when out ol oiiler. U the peculiar movlncc
rarnitit'.') EUVncici'iit Seltzer Aperient
I'hu thoroughness vvnh Which it cleanses.
without Irritating the bowels, tho tone anil
vL'OMvhlch It liiinurt lo tint stomach: Its
appetizing ellccts: Its cooling, iclic-li nu
operation In lever; lho relicl it iill'nrds in
iieauaelie : UN aiitl-lilllous properties and
Its slilierior inciils :is n L'cni'i.'il I'liriccllviv
justli) the nvserllou that It is, bcvoiul all
eniiip.'iii.on, the most valualilo lumllv nicill-
me oi mo ane. Sold liy all diugglsls. ;
DR. (!. U. DOUGLAS.
a. cr?.,i'.t,au "V1',1'' "' l,,ro NltroHH Oxide
ii. if r.t1.": I,!,i"l'ss extraction of teeth, at
lr. Douulas, sucecsM,?
o or , m Austin, rii;hili street fi-ltf
01 OHIO LEVEE, SECOND DOOlt ABOVE FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
H KM KM It El, on. KKM KM 1(1)1! !
Grand Opening- at Farnbakers'
Large Stock. Great
It is oui' litorniinatiiti
Our '.Motto is:
"Down with High
All we a.
I. FAKXI.AKI5K, Xew Yoi
SOL. FA ILYP.AKKK, Cairo
IMJJim.SSIO.X ,V.l IOItW.VUIII.MJ
JOHN H. PHLLIS t SO',
Hueevsaora to Joha II. I'hlllis.l
DKALKHS IX HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAN I)
Cok. Tkvtii Stiikkt a:o Ohio Levkk '
MiJiLKH k PARKER,
GENERAL COMA, ISSION
KDRWAHDINO M EROH A NTS,
DrJALPJRH IN KLOUIt, CORN
Oats, J lay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FA US II AN ICS SOA LKK
Ohio Lovce. CAIRO. ILLINOIS,
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MATIIUSS A UHIi
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C O V. M 1 S S I ON M K U C HAN TS
JAV AND WIJSTURN PRODUUK
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nilNEKAI. COMMISSION MiWOIIANT?
No. 78 Onto Lkvkk.Uaiho, Ii.I.h.
WOOD UTTNiIOUS,',. .V RliO
(i ..lornl Udiumihflion dloiolinnis
181 OHIO I.KVKK
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Cur r.loveiitli mul '.'o-ilur Mt.,
Informs tho public that he lifiii;ui;ou lli
servieCHof 11 Hi-st-elasa Wagon mukeralid
also a I'lrst-class Horse sliocr ami Inroad)
to manufacture ami epiirali kinds ol' work
In this trade lib upalr and dlpatch,
jioo. U mul lials over hroiif-lit In Cairo, .limM IVom our residoiil iijii'tnci' au.l huor in o
olK An ..(Ivanliig.M.o loiiso in So.ilho.'i. Illinois ran l.oast of. RpiikmiiIW, "goods
vfo Imi.i:l. aro hall sold . W o l,.,Vf anotlio.- .uroatadvantairo-buvin- in la.-or uan
lilios I Iian any l.ou.so in Cairo having (wo stores in lhi.d.,arl' of lho roimlrv '
I ho almvo advantages IooiIhm- with fluwlotorminatioii to sHI more uo'tnU and give
IiotliM- bargains tlian any houe in ( iiro. L-nv expensos and (dose attention to business,
we hope, will merit the patronage of those wim wish to procure an outfit well made, and
out in the latest, stylo at ligiires that will satMY the purses of both rich and poor
As last as the latest styles shall appear iu Sow York eitv, we shall introduce them
to our ( iiiro patrons, direct from our senior partner reading ' in that eitv. Another fo.v
ture which we shall introduce into our business:
in Kih',') lite
1:ul?o-( lock of
01TE PRICE THE HONEST PEICE.
Prices and give the Public Value Received."
k of you, reader, is an examination of our htoek, to convince you that what
i as 'Mruc as (iospel." One price. Polite attention to all.
Public Value Received
I. Favnhakev $ Son.
$30,000 WOETH OF GOODS
OX AND A VTE
I will sell my entire stock of
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AT ACTUAL COST
As I am detci mine.) to Ho.o out my prosonl l.u-mes.s as soon aiposs ,blo
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