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W. rtqni.it nnhncrlhtrn not rcri'
tefihtlr pnprr rftratarlr
ha Imi t ihu ontre, elifa-'
Ur r by lolnl 4'artf . r
" - - ,.lll" BMiminit
- ..g..l' r on every
JiS5scentra Tii ii
Ior Hilt the gfaortMt Hon to
Blaty ltihorl Hoiitc
NO CUANGK OK OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK CHANGK OF OAKS
OM CAIRO TO
OlDOlaaall, l.lianapoll, ToU.ln,
Detroit, Cltlnd, Ml;r Fall.
Boflalo, PilUtiuin, Wa.hliiKton.
Baltimore, !Pnllalilpliia, N York.
Boiton and Mil point at.
MllwaakU, Jnitllle, Ma.tiMii.
LOtom, Bt. Pul tad all point north.
Ihu It alia the only dltcct r.ulr'tn
Daeilur, Moomlngton, Hpiing-M,
faerta, Qulner, hookuk,
Burliutosi Rock I.lml, I. Hall-.
MandoU, Duon, Frrepon,
MUM, Uubuqo, flOUl Oily,
Omaha and all point Dorlhueat.
KtM(knt DrMinr Koora Slfnplng C.-
Un ll Might Train.
BitfM Checked to all Important potnU.
For ticket! ud information, apply lo I. C, K.K
depetat elroj on boar J tnx tran.it atexmcr It
tweea Oolnmbn and Cairo, and at trie prlnci
railroad ticket offlcee thmnghaut the eauDi.
W. P. JOHNSON, oWI Pes. An't, Chlo0.
A. Mereaeu, Oen'l. Sup' I. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANOK OK TI.MK.
Faterurcr trains on tlio lWtinN Cdntr.il
chacgo time to-day. From m niter '.'MO
p.ra. to-day trains will run an lollow?:
Kxprean, dally . . . .:0." p.'m.
Mall, axeept Sunday u. in.
Kipreu, .. 2:40 p.m.,
Hall, dally except Sunday ,."U:M p.m.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TKXAR R. R.
On and after Monday, Aug. 11, lsT3. trains
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Greenfield's landing and Riddle, Missouri.
Leavo Greenfield's at....
Arrive at Dexter at ..
Arrive at Riddle nt
i-eive Riddles at
Arrivo at Dexter at
Arrive at UreenlleUl'n at ... .
. . (:0ri p.m.
.. 1:20 p:m.
.. 1:42 p.m.
.. h:W a.m.
CIIAltLF.STON ACCOMMOI) T10N.
Leave Urecnflcld's at :40 a.m.
Arrive at Charleston at 10:30 a.m.
Leave Charleston at 8:30 a.m.
Arrive at Ureenllclil'n at 0:'JO a.m.
THE CAIRO AND VINCENNES
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Clevoland, .Viagra Kails.
Buffalo, J'ltUhurg, Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
Boston and all Kasturn 1'olnt.
CHANGE OK TIME.
On and after Tuesday, July 1, 187.1, trains
will run as follow :
Going north leaves Calroat 4:00 a.m.
Going south arrives ut Cairo at. . . , U:40 p.ra.
HOUND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
Leaves Cairo at....ll:3.'i a.m. and 6:00 p.in
Arrives at uairo at..t:oua.ui. ana I:1imii
The express train north arrives at Yin-
oennes at p.m.. maKiiig direct connec
tion at 12:30 p.m., with the Indianapolis and
incennes rauroau lor inuianapous, mo
great railroad centre, from .which point
wains aro uepaning at an Hours, lor all
Molnta in the United States and Canada. At
J-.C3 p.m. with the Kvausvillu and Craw
I'dsviUe railroad, for Terra Jlatile, India
napolis, Chicago, Danville and all points
north, via the 'terra Jlauto, Kransvlllo and
r:hlpniro rnllrnarl. anil niit vln tlm VumUlln
line, and Indianapolis and St. l.ouls railroad.
At 1:M p m with tho Olilo and .MI-sUmiiiiI
..tl.A.rt fnf rlnnl....l .Ill I -II
jMUVKU, IVI 1UI.IUH!U, UUUI3) 11117, HUH Kll
joints east, via Cincinnati.
1Aa.Anirpni r-nlm. hr f hid mi.A nrn i,nnnii
n Indlanapolls.Ciiiclnnatl. Louisville, New
fork, Bostm, I'hlladclphla, Baltimore,
Vaahlngton, and all eastern points twelve
tours in advance of any other route.
Express train makes connection at Kldo.
ado with St, Louis and Southeastern rail
ray, ior St. Louis, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
hawneetntvn. Am! nil nnlnta i.ui..u.... lm.i..
ido and St. Louis.
At N orris C:tv makes rlo.t- inminptinn
ir Springfield, Rock Island, and all points
a Springfield and Illinois Southeastern rail
'ay and connections.
At Canal with St. Louis, Kvansvllle, Hon
won and Nashville railway line, lor Mt.
rnon (Indiana), Kvansvllle, Henderson
.entuckyj, Nashvlllle (TenncKsce), and nil
unts on &l L., K., H. and N. railway and
HOiSM e checked to all Important points.
BS for ticket and Itlfni-m.iflnn tirilv nt
ticket office, corner Seventh struct and
.tmraerclal avenue. cim minni.
J NO. LEE. Han't ri,iu fl ISJr...
i r v. 1 1 vuir.
Y un. l'ass'r and Ticket Air't
1 IV e aiun.iimr. ni'PIlI I fllfrt
, , O " VHIIUI
LOCAL WEATUEU ItEPOUT.
11. S. SIO. SB., UBSKKTXH'g Office. l
Causo, AUfust2i, 1873, 10:11 p.m. J
rhennometer 77 degrees.
Vlnd, calm, velocity 0 miles t,er
laxtmum temperature last 21 hours, fed
Inlmua. temperature, last 21 hours, no
revaUing wind last 24 hours wuthcavt.
tl number of mile traveled dnrlnglast
Edwin Gaiiland, observer.
icks lor the Cairo, Arkansas and Texa
aaa, aurting Irom White & (ircer's
i, comer ol Sixth street and Ohio levee,
t 8 a.m
;e In city at 10 a.m.
! U John Mevkrs, Aitent.
i jular boarders at the European hotel,
warner prounctor, receive board at
,U of 20 per month. &-10-tf
white i tingle and double X umber
and double X Canary, bt.t quality oi
a, blue letter, etc., etc. f-o.ooo f0r
lnted at 3 CO to 0 50 per thousand
Bulletin Office. '
'euo brlriL' tho arums to inv IIIW'ltAli
liVnuo, on or
lell on Frldav of t-uuh WLck In.
ll M t - a I L . .
onlr llctnied auotioneor in thecltr.
-m ri'inlnriiin kettle ami lit-
U'UU'S K,1l reiiilnrliii; Inline, tli e
tlio and, fippttftttl IHuil ly llurticitl .V
Co, outthlo tlio Mltiiilppl Ihvoii, It fur
a.do. ln.iilre at Uil olllco: " ' fe-'J 1 tf
- K()U 'KKKtT
Tlio Dull. Social cluli ronmi", mltniilu''
for office, firit floor, antilli iln of Tin
Hut U TIN litiiluMtig. Knipiira nt tliit of-li.-o.
Taken up, nt Smillnti1iur-'i garden, a
cow and calf, tbn former wliltp.wlth liluoiih
pots. They woro taken up on Wodnei
tiny, August 20. The owner can recover
llic Jftmo ly proving property and paying
FOR COUNTY TRKASKRKR.
Ki.non or Tint Uullktix You will
pk'ftio tmnoutico my name, at tlio people's
candidate, lor county treniuror, nt tho en
suing November election. Intondlng and
desiring to serve the pooplo, I hope to bo
elected by tlio pooplo.
s.2otd William Mahtis.
FOR SALE '
(I ...nL.nnn rnrn.Wnfllii.iiFimntp. Tlm .
-II.MU .W. V... V .j . , , .
grocory storo at tho corner of Sixth street with propriety and in order,
and Washington avenue. The establish- ( Hy requet of Campbell the murderer,
ment is doing a good nnd paying buslneis, Rev, Fred. L. Thomson yesterday morn
and will bo disposed of at u bargain. ) Ing culled to see him, but owing to some
Reasons for wishing to sell out satisfacto- changes whlch'woro bo'ng made In his coll
rily oxplalnod to any one wishing to pur- W4S provenled from gaining ndmlttnnt o
chaso. For furthor pHrtloulnrs Inquire nn ( his cull, Campbell Is vorv quiet und
tho promises. 8-.0tf
A GOOD INVESTMENT.
A rare chnnco is oflorod to eotno man
with money to invest in good paying
proporty in tho most iloslrnblo part of tho
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on tho avo
nue, liouso .1 stories. Two largo stores
can bo fitted up on tho first llnor, tho up
per stories aro woll arrangod for oUlcos or
dwollings. For further particulars en
quire of Jons Q. Hakman & Co.,
(i-l-ll Koal hstnto Agents, Cairo, ills
On and after August 1, 1 intond to do a
strictly cash business, oxcept with thoso of
my customcts whosuttlo promptly on thn
llrst of ovory month. All old accounts
and notes in my hands which aro not
settled fi-ry noon, I shall advertise and soil
at public vendue. 1). Artkii.
Uairo, .Inly JO, 187"J. 7-27-Im
NOTICE TO TEACHERS OF PLM1LIC
Tho board of examiners for tho county
ot Alexander, will meet at tho Fourth
ward school-bouse in tho city of Cairo, on
Friday and Saturday, tho Dtb and 0th days
of Soptcmber next, at 0 o'clock a.m., and
a'. 2 o'clock p.m., each day, for tho exam
ination of teachors. John O. Wiiitk,
County Superintendent of Schools.
Cairo, August 21, 1873. 8.23-dO-WJ
Mr. Michael Coyno wishes to inform his
friends and the public gonorally, that ho
will opon his now saloon, "The Mint,"
this evening, Tho Mint is a new saloon
and will bo mnnncod in flrst-cla.s style'
It it situated in tbo building known as
tho Sliult. building, opposito the Cairo and
inconnea dvot. A- gratia iroo lunch
will be sot this evening. Everybody i9
Ml! MA A HULL Kit,
COMPETENT PIANO Tl'NEI! AND
Has located in tho city. Contracts tnado
for tuning pianos by tho year, or other
wise, to suit tho owner. Parties dosiriug
to purchaio or oxchango pianos would do
woll to call on Mr. Max Roller before ne
gotiating. Second hand pianos for saloor
rent. Ordors may he left at Paul O.
Schuh s drug storo, Commercial avontie,
Cairo, Illinois. Max Rollk.r.
A CHALLENGE FOR THE EGYPT-
Cairo, Illinois, August U2, 1S73.
To the honorablo ecretnry of the K.yptlau
i. it. eiiin 01 vairo, Illinois:
Dr.ARfcin As socrotary of tho Nomo
baso ball club of Cairo, I bavo been ill-
rectod by our sovernl mombors to challenge I
your club to meet and play n match game
of baso ball, on your grounds, in tho city
ot Cairo, on Monduy, August 25, 1873, ut
throo o'clock p.m. Tlio gamu is lo bo
played with your Cri't nine.
Yours truly, II. St. E. A ism,
Secretary Nemo II. B. Club.
1 will olfor for ealb on Tuesday, Au
gust U0, at half past nino o'clock a. m., tho
eutiro furniture of Mrs. FishbacU's board
Ing.houio, corner Sixth street and Wal
nut, at tho ltleloclc houso, consisting of
bedsteads, bureaus, washstandSLtnatrosse.,
chairs, looking-glasses, carpots, stovos,
quoenswaro, tinware, knives and forks,
ono nearly now Brussols carpet, ono splen
did largo cooking-stovo, suitable for a ho
tel, and all tho necessary' articles for a
lirst-class boarding-house. Sale 'posltlto
and without rcsorvo.
8-22ld Dan Haiitmax. Auotionoar.
Aot'b.Offiok O. & V. R. R.,
Cairo, UK., Ju)y 2fl( 1b73,
For the, accommodation of tho citizens
of Cairo, tho Mound City accommodation
train will on and aftor Monday, July 'J8,
stop as follows At Fourteenth stroot
rwontleth street, Twenly.flftli Btroot,
Thlrty-fourth utroet, and tho crossing of
tho Illinois Central railroad. No ono
will bo permitted on the train without a
ticket. Faro betwoon Seventh street tta.
tion and Illinois Central railroad crossing
and intermediate points, live cents.
Tickets' good for twenty fures can bo pur
chased at the ticket office, corner of Sev
enth streot, for ono dollar. Passengers
will not bo porinittod to got off ot on tho
tralu at any points other than tho above,
Ciias. 0. Woon,
Gen 1. Pasieriger and Ticket Act.
Dr. Lavarty, homoeopatblst physi
cian, lato of Sbawncetown, has located In
this city and intends making It his homo
.ism doctor come-p. Cairo well ri'ioni
mended, und refer i . ttiu officers of tho
First National bank of tMiawnqotown, to
whom ho i. welT known, having practiced
his profession among them for years. Uo
lollcits a fair share of tho patronage of
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2M, 11173
Our rolorod iNlmrors lmv formed
Ihuiinolvm Into a sooiuly for Urn purpoto
,of mutual' aid and support in slckmnn and
dlftrci. For lliu buinillt of tho trohsury
tof 'Uni society a ImrboCile lia lutt nti
noiuiofc.1 (br.lo-Uny, on Ktirbtoenlli ftroot,
between Ceclnr and Locust, near tho now
colored' Mothodtit clillreli. Tho commit
ten of arranRoraonls otv'wblcli Wurren
Winn Is clinirinan, buvo.madu prcpsra
tlons for the greatest bnrbo'cuo of tlio year
I'iyC hundred pounds of meat have, been
pnrchnlod, and will bo cooked in tlio linrst
Jtylp. About four dozen chicken, lots "f f
batr.s, seasonable vogctnblos, breiid, ttc .
liavo ulso been procured, and tlio intori. !
lion is lo Imvo an nll'air porftttly sati-fiu-
tory to all. A tablo will be especially re
sorved for white friends wlm dosiro to lo
lookers-on at Vienna ; and wo advisnall
who enjoy tho good, old Southern barhc-
CtlO. Iund ll'linr. i flu, luihtlmn ivIi-iiLim
; not'; lo partake of this one. It will be
spread In a pleasant, shady place; there
will bo an nbundauco of ioo-cold cistern
walnr. and nvurvllilm lll 1... ..nn,1uo!i.il
submissive, and apponrcntly has very lit
tle fnith in tho colored people of Cairo.
Hosuys that beforo his tiiul, when they
could have helped him, whon tholrmonoy
would havo boon a benefit to him, nono f
thorn over eamo noar him. but now, when
it is too late, and his doom is scalod, thoy
express groat symputhy for him. Ho says
ho bus made up his mind to die, that it is
only a question of tlmo anyhow ; and if ho
was to got out of this difficulty ho would
soo Dothing but trouble tho balunco of his
days. Ho says ho Is willing tho law should
tako Its course, and tho soonor it is over
Yesterday Just before twolvo o'clock,
while Mr. Chris Orth ofthollrm of Boei
wartb, Orth A- Co,, and n boy namod Frank
l'ettio, woro on a scaffold puttiug up tin
spouting on Mr. Win. Kblor's liouso on
Twontioth street, tho scafl'old guvo way,
pcrcepitating Mr. Orth and tho boy to
tho ground below, a distance of about
slxtoon feot. At ilrst it was thought hath
-Mr. imh and tho boy roeolvod serious in
june, out on laior investigation it was as-
corlaiucil that tiller
injuries were verv
slight, and havo no otlior utl'oct than to
con3no them to their homes for n few day.
Day biforo yesterday word was re
coivedin this city, that Jim Haynes, ono
of tho nogroes who porpotrntod tho assault
on Hud. Anderson, enginoor of tho tug
"Cache," two wcoks ago, had bcon cap
tured ut Union City, und would bo hold
in custody until tbo arrival of an officer
from Cairo. Deputy .Sheriff Cain took
tlio llrst boat, and landed In Colon City
tho next morning. Hut when bo went to
got his prisoner hn found U... u.o mitnor
illos at Union City had arrested tho wrong
man. Deputy Cain returned homo yes
terday terribly dfsguttod with the way
iho ilu businus9 nt Union City.
At ubout 12 o'clock on Thurjilny
night littlo Jonnio .McIIale, daughtor of
Chief of Police- -McIIalo, while asleep, by
somo unaccountable means, managod to
throw hersolf out of a second story
window, striking tlio sidowalk below and
making so much nolso that somo of tbo
nourost noighbors woro awakened. An
uunt of tho littlo girl hurried to tho child,
and to hor nstonlshmont found that she
was to nil nppoarancus sound nsleep
Nearly an hour after the child woke up'
and yesterday morning was spry as evor
with but ono small bruise as a reminder
of tho full.
Freo lunch at Tho Mint to-night.
Ilurglars entered the residence of .Mr.
las. Gash on Twontiotli street, betwoon
Washington uvenuo and Walnut stroot on
Thursday in day light, and ctrried awav
a quantity of silverware, a lino gold
watch, and n quantity of lino woarlng ap
parol. Mr. Gash family is absent from
the city, and tho robbers had everything
their own way In ontering the liouso. Wo 1
are informed that tho whereabouts of anmo j
of tho sllverwnro is known to tbo police
anil will bo recovorcd, i
Remember tne colored laborers' bar
becueto-day on Eighteenth streot, between !
r . .... ... .. .
Locust and Codar, near tho now Metho
dist church. It will bo a grand nllalr.
Thocommitteo of nrrangemonts are Wur
ron Wiins, Cyrus Hays, Morrlt Wright,
Benjamin Conrtney and Charles Pooplos.
Dinner will bo ready at half-past 12
o'clock p m , and tho tablo continue sprend
Tho regular weekly -tie of tobacco
at tho Planter's warehouso yoatorday, was
attended by a largo board ot buyers. Tho
number ot hogsheads of tobacco sold con
sidering tho latoneis of tho season, was
probably tho largest that over occurred In
this city Thu prices obtnlnod weru satis
factory to both purchaser and sullur.
Prof Apple nud Miss M. 0. Yocum
propose opening an English-Gorman
school In this city ubout tho llrst of Sep
tcmbcr. Prof. Apple will conduct the
German branches to bo taught in the
I school and Miss Yocum thn English. We
I shall have more to say In regard to thi
matter in a day or two.
-mo uinerai oi uenry Harris, ,lr., ;
which took placo from thu rosidoncu of his
mother on Sovonth street, at three o'clock
yesterday afternoon, was attended ' by u '
largo number of friends and acquaintances '
n.i. . r. I
of the doconsed. Tho remains wnm in
torrod in the ceinotory at Villa Ridge.
Tho county court has ordored that gas
shall again bo burned in tho court-houso.
It was taken out somo tmo Bgo because
tho bill for three months was more than
double what it had over before been in the
a a mo length of tlmo, and tho court refuted
to allow tho full amount of the bill.
.......... t. -i.. i .i i ..r t
woiin;- nujieriiiiuuui'iib in ocuools
John ('.White gives noticu through the
..tl.llllllil -At 'Pill I ! I I ITIV 1 1 I J ,!..., I ....
V.IIIIIIJIUR VI l i I . HI- 1 I ItlWt IJ 111.
thut an cMiiniutitioii of teachers will be
li ol J in this city on Friduy und Saturday,
September fl and (i, at 0 o'clock n, in, mid
2 oclnak p, m. each day.
-Another incetiii-of these favorabio ,
to tho organization of a military company
in this city, was held at thu Hibernian n-Rlno-hoiiso
last iilglit. Tlio mooting was
Tilll iittonduil. ntid sitrh Slops takon as
will ruVtiR in the .peddy completion of tho
Froo lunch nt Tlio Mint to-night,
Tho "dog killors' aro Mill on tho wai
)ttli and doing good service A goodly
number of worthier curs woro usburud
out of tliis world yesterday morning.
Lot tho good work go on until ovcryotio
of thnin hnl boon sent honco.
Work on Mr. Jacob Kline's now brii k
nsiilonro bousos on Twoutiotli street is
progrosilng. 'J'lio brick bolng usod in
front of tlio bulding nro dlU'oronl from
tbo-o in any otlior building in thv city
' '''OV ftrn '"C1'1'' "piarc.
l ion. I). I. l.liieitnr will leavu rm
Mohdny morning for t'arlylc, Clinlon
county, Illinois, tbu homo of .ludgo
llroeso, to lay buforo his honor an Applica
tion for a fviiiorcodurtH, in behalf of
. -"'" ' "
j , -Msy l.ree.o, who n rcmting rrl
"'r l" " ' "
"' " "'I
Idly recovciing, and his wound will bo
perfectly well in a few days.
Tho "Nomo baso bull Club," u nuw
organization in this city, has challuugut
the Egyptians to play a match game on
M jiiday afternoon, a.th In t.
- llntlness in JuiJgo llro's' court wia
anything but lively yesterday. Only two
casos, ami they of no consequence, were
The dust, oh tho beautiful dust I
Language falls us. Where is our frier.d
of tho 'Sun "
.1. T. Ruiuio has been making eniuu
c inngos in Campbell,' tbo murderer's cell.
Candidates for county clurk and treui
urcr are multiplying.
R. C. H. Farr of Mound City was in
Probate court will adjourn this even
ing. Free lunch at Tho Mint to-night.
TO GAS CONSUMERS.
WEALTH IN .YOUR PURSE! I
j Having secured the exclusive right to
, soli tho tho I. C. Walsh gas burner and
regulator. In this city, from O. H. Gar
troll, Eiq., sole proprietor, wo warrant
ltn,l nilu.ufil.a a ju.tn r( .uj ...
i j 1 ' vu " n't VI 1.3 .1 .ill- i;uii-
I- ". . . i m .
sinner of from 25 to f.O por cent
any other burner now in use, and at the
a line time give a brilliant und steady
light. We aro pormitted to refer to tho
followiiig corlillcato of citizens of Cairo,
who have examined thoroughly and wit
nessed u test of this burner, with wther
burners now in use in your city, und cer
tify to tho following :
Cairo, Juno 18, 137s.
Having witue-tcd on Tuesday evening
last, in this city, a test between a common
Gas Burner and Lava Tip against the I.
v. manual uurner nnu ueguiator, wo
willingly certify that thu following state
ment is correct :
Tho Lava Tip conaumea 7j feet per
hour. Tbo common Full Tail burnorcon.
surne. C? feot por hour. The Walsh
Burner and Rogubitor consumes :ij feot
por hour, and gives a suporlor light.
W. W. Williams,
E. W. Halliday,
Louis L. Davis,
D. F. Dowcn,
K. C. Pace,
Oilico over S. Wilson's boat store, where
ordors may be left. Kvlf. i: Wintkr
Tho barber shop is on ,tho cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
where J. lieorgo Sticiihouso with hisgon
tlemotily assistants can bo found at any
hour or tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feollngs with a smooth shavo.or cool
your temper and head with a good bham
poo. It is a llrst-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving llrst-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved stylos. 8-lS.tf
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth streot and Commercial uvu
nue, oilers for sale Guinness' Porter A
Bass' ales and pure Hennessy brandy.
nd, t!' en!,i,; A"Kturo bitters all
llrst-class cholera cures. Trv them
llrst-clasa cholera cures. Try them
Dr. AY. R. Smith has rcmovod his of
llco to tho socond story of Louis Herbert's
now brick building on Eighth street, bo
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, where ho has more comfortablo and
commodious quarters, 8-10-tf
D. Arter has tho largest and most
complcto stock of harness, snddlos, bridles
and strap goods in the city which ho saya
ho will sell at bottom prices for cash and
cash only. 6-10-lm
Phil. II. Saup rceolvos ripo, luscious
grapes ovory morning, fresh from the
tinoynrd. Ho oU'eri tticiu for salo at
wholesale or retail, 102 tfommorcial
avenue. 1 .8-tf
Halloy has a lot of wood pumps und
tubing which ho oilers extra low; oall und
loo thorn, ICS Washington uvenuo.
llulley will oli'or oxtru inducements
for tho next !!0dav. so as to uiHku room
- ... '
lor his largo ordor of heating stoves,
Halloy's stock of fruit cans is thu
birgost in thu market, and ho has loads of
nxx Wl,x 7-29-lm.
(Jo to Hulley's for good stoves and
good bargains, 103 Washington uvonue
Green wood fifty conts a load at tho
box factory. 7.30-3w
NEW YORK STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
tmitr vahjktv srouK in tii
GOODS SOLD VERY CI.OH1!.
t'.triHT r MlllHlrHtlStl NtlfUt HHll SWllll
0, O, PATIKIt
Ol OHIO LEVE,
ARE WHAT PEOPLE ARE LOOKTN
It is our (lctorniiiintioii
1 l l.i.. i
i.iut aiiu ii.ua uvur uraugui
iuiiv. tn .luv.iiiiii-u no
well bought arc lialf sold
iii: , ii i . . . . " .
titles tlian any liouso in Cairo having two stores in this
i i l r T ,w-'-,,,v" in-wi iiiiiiiuiun n ft-ii nioro iroods and trno
bettor bargains than any house m Cairo. Low evpciifcos and close attention to business
we hope, will merit tho patronage of thoso who wish to proeure an outfit well made, and
cut in the latest style at figures that will satisfy tho purses of both rich and poor
As fast as the latest styles shall appear in New York citv, we shall introduce them
to our Cairo patrons, direct from our senior partner residinir in that citv. Another fe-i-ture
which wo shall introduce into our business:
Our Motto i:
"Down with High Prices and give the Public Value Received."
All we ask of you, reader, is an examination of our stock, to convince you that what
you have read is as "true as Cospel." Ono price. I'olite attention to all.
DOWN WITH HIGH PRICES.
I. FA BAKER, Xew York,
SOI.. KAKXMAK Kit, Cairo. ('
cunniNiiis.v anii roHWAuniMi
JOHN U. I'HLLIS & HON,
IHuroi-snra to John II. Phllll.,)
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o.,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
Cob. Tenth Stkket ani Ohio Lkviik
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
A0KNT3 rou FAIRHANli'H SOA LKH
Ohio Levee, OAIRO. ILLINOIS.
r. ii. UATiiues,,
MATHU88 k UHL
Commissi ov M r r o h an ts
JAY AND WESTERN I'RODUOE
GKNKItAL COMMISSION MEKU1IANTS
No. Tf- Ohio Iikvkk. Uaiko, Illh.
WOOD lUTTENHOUS1'", & llRO
(5 iuor.il (JoiiuuiBsion Morolmn .
183 OHIO LRVJtK
COFI'MY, HARRISON A- CO.,
(Siii'iesKir to D. lluril .V Son.)
i iiru m.n..' a.vi ii. w.
No" 'Ohio Lovt'o, CAIRO, ILLS.
SECOND DOOR ABOVE FIRST
liKMKMlJi:Rf OH, REME.lll.eit
rpkosI. stock of
ii. ,. ! ,. ?.r
io uitiro, oireot Iroin our
iiouse in otniiorti Illinois can
W o liavo anotlicM' iriviil. nilvniiliuri. in tl.tllf t.l l.i..n ........
ONE PEICE THE HONEST PRICE.
Public Value Received
I. IirHbakei $ Son.
Jomcr TwoUtli street ami Wahlnxton Ave
J. C. IKU.ELS, :
(Late ol St. Loill,)
HOOK HINDER AND HUNK HOOK
IILANIC HOOKS or every tlcBcriptionilono I
Willi iienlnchH ami llhiutej.
aii Kimin oi
i uiiiiK uunu oi iiori nonce
Mnjitzlnes and Pcrloillrals houml ni'atsn'il
lit the lowent iionsililo rule. 1
.ounty vforK, .iieh its JtecoriN,
Fjo Hooks, illunlm, etc.. mailon ticchillty I
iloxes, Pocket Hook, Knve oic, etc I
u In to nrilnr ll-'24 1
WHITE A CO.,
(sict e-ior. to L. ilurceii.i'ii,i
Sta plk and Fani y ( i iiocnii 1 1: s '
HATS, OA PS,
HOOTS, SHOKS, Ac.
Ami in Country 1'rotluco of nil klmls.
U AMII.V4.T4IN A VI..N I'D
(.'orner of Twentieth Mreet,
HTA Mipply of oholvp Imtlor riomnurlh
i'iii iluliltB coiitir tly on haiitl.
HERMAN SCUM UTZSTOKFF,
(SueccKor to II. Thlcltickc.)
limit r In All lilnrtN
WASHINUTON AVENUK, I
DKTWKKN TKNTI1 AND KLE VKKTII HTUKKII '
,, . , 7- I
HavliiB purt haMMl tho irot-cry eMnWI-h-1
inuiitol II. Thlelcfko, I -hull always keen I
oiihaniln lullutiil fresh xupply ol alltho liest
Kootla 111 my line, to hn round n tho market.
Hy mr et attention to liuslnchs and fairileal. I
HUT. I llOllu not Olllv In rotiiln ..ll II... ...il
tho plai'ti ha- enjo) otl In the pat hut to add
o thii list many now patrons. AmKIiib
lalrnhart) ol public patriniaK, "
Itespectlully, Hkiiman feonjiirr.SToitFr.
II. A. Thorns
TUOMS Sc IMtOTJIER,
SuecceOH- to 11. Jl.llulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKEHS
Nlnplii mill I'uiicy (lr.eiru.,
l'orcijfii ami Djimllo
131 OoraiiiercUl Avenue,
CAIRO, . . ILLINOIB.
lino (.'lolliino-. r-,.nu' rm-iMcii,;.!,,
ro.-itlont partner and huvor in New
- boast of. I!
"a" ",V',,a "' u-ci .iuuii-
jmu'I of the cnuntrv.
OAIRO AND 1'ADUGAU
fn fpltsdld lrm-r
JAS. EI SIC,
Dick Fowlku, Cnpuiu
Leaven Ciilni DAILY, (.SunilityuxrciiteU) at
I I. sis For Height riiai..tueiiplyou hunt or
o M.SI.I.OKY, Ak'I.
6 I it I II I
1' ROV I HI O N H'
II Y LAND .t SAUKH,
AMI) HEAI.IIIB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVERY DRSCRIPTJON,
Corner lOtli htrort und Commercial avonu
next door to tho Hjiantl saloon.
1110 tf. OAIRO, ILLS.
ANII HKll.i:it IN
Kkiiith Stkkkt, Rktwkkn Wabhinotoh
AlolDlnir Hi lnhiiaa unil Ilnimr'N
, K"P ''t r lll, Pork. Mtiltnn Vl.
hV"h' SU"X". "to., .il are uropareJ lo .br
oUl,"n" 1,1 mni aoceptablo mann-r,
'lly A'HIKiUHl.lluilM llulltllna;.
ty.Hpvoia attention pniit loonier tromtleam
buala dIkIiI ordaT
KlOU lll Hi., Mr, Com. a Wabh,,