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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
OniBiivin's Of tick, Cairo, Ilia., 1
September 5, 10:11 m , 1373. J
lisrometer, 1)0.18 deurees.
Thcimometcr, 7:1 degrees.
Wind southeast. Velocity 1
Maximum ternpcratnrc for last 21 hours,
MlnlmuMteuieraturclnr tho last'.'! tiouri
1'rcalllng wind forlA'tUI Imiitf, north
Total number of mile trailed by wlml
during last 24 hours, 100.
Observer .SIl-iiaI Service. U.S. A.
oaYro and Vaducam
Tb iplo'lld aUenur
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leavee Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
l p.m Kor freight or pannage apply on boat
or 10 .Ma. A1AI.LOKV, AK'I.
AND DKALBBS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Comer lOtb street and Commercial aveuu
sect door to the II) land saloon.
11-16 If. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND PKU.hK IN
KlOUTH 8TBIBT, I!lTWMK WASKINiJTOB
AND COMMERCIAL AvllUU,
Atfjolala BU'taabassM aad Mount
AMD Itia hMt or H;. Pfifk. ItntLin Vul.
Latnb, Kum, ic., utr vrvirtxl lo ir
vi.ia ! law i outer .Dl lutnnvr.
JOHN a. iTII,
(Succeior to Jamc .I;naiton,)
UuTcuia AMU Dkalak it. j.'.l Kim Da or
Y umu Meats.
COHMBX NlNrriNTU AtfD I'UI .AU 9TI.,
Uuyaaol lUughtera only tbe .t eallle,
ogi ana intep, ana n preparru uy nu any
JemaBd for freihmeata fruui one j-ound to
len thouand pouinli.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
AMD DKALXK IM
ALL KINDS OF FKKSH MKATd.
rMl ! C'uaa-
Uuyt and altughtcn only tbe belt Citlle,
logi and dbeep. and Ii prepared to fill or
leri for Kreib MeaU from one to ten ibou
land poundi. 7-J2tf
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dbalbbs in Window Sua dm,
Wall I'ArB, Porb Whitb
Lbad, Likhked Oil
SriHiTi TunrcvTiMC, Glue
SUELLAC, ALCOUOL, ETC., ETC.
Waablngton avenue and KleventU jtrott,
t. D. M ATBUai.. 1.0 UBL
MATHU88 & UUL
OOHMISBIOCM EltC HANTS
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BBTWBBB WASU'M ATINUB AMD WALMU1
l)r. B. P. nU Iofon to public that ha lift
cu Iti. norlbwMt iim of Taatti atrt aa iu
BU Btablaa wUI b rumlibol with nan but tb
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may be accommodated at al-
Hour or ue uay ana mgni wun uie teami
on the loweit term.
Dr. Fleala aikia'al
and will endeavor to
Dr. Flaita uki aihare of public patronire
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and itrict attention to bual
'Jorner Twelfth itreet and Waihlngton Ave
j. c. h:uel3.
(LaU of St. Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
11 LANK BOOKS of every deieriptlon done
with Beataeai and dlipatch. All kind! of
ruling done at abort notice. Blblei, Muilo.
Mavailnei and Porlodlcali bound neat and
at u lowest poeelble ratei.
.'bounty work, iucb aa Uacordi, Docket
Fat Boc-U, Blanki, etc., made a ipeclallty
Sloxi, Pocket Booki, Knve lopei, etc
nt la to order ll-2t
FOR COUNTY CLERK.
We are authorized to announce Josxm
T. Daviio.v m candidate fur the office
per of county cleric, it the ensuing Novetnbe
lection, mbject to tho decision of tb
voter of Alexander conntv.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER,
Editor or The Bi'lletin You will
please announce my name as tho people's
candidate for county treaiurer, at the en
tiling November election. Intending and
desiring to lerve tho people, 1 hope to be
elected by tho people.
"iuia William jiartiv
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Bt: IUli. at .Mound Clty7o-day.
1 bed. I.. Tiioiictto.v Ii nt borne
Theue will ihortly bo a ncial term of
tho county court.
The Egyptians play tho Riversides at
Mound City to-dHy.
Fun Rent Three good rooms.
.1. O. Lvnui.
Pot.irr. court I u dry rlaco now-u-davi.
Law broakori nro fow and far botwoon.
Cikci'it Count Is Hill In sossion. The
criminal docket bat nut yet bon dis
1. W. Carrico bat opuned a branch
grocery itoro at tho corner of Fourteenth
nnd Walnut itroeti,
I'or oab and slcarn fitting go to Ren-
nle i ulcan Iron works. Commnrcltl
avenue, foot of Ninth street. 3-lO.lf
The channel in tbe Miuliiippi belwoan
Lalro and St. Louii it improving lome,
with a il x tool itago of water.
Louie JoiciEh'AEN' ii general freigt and
pauenger agent of the Cairo and Vln
connei Railroad company ad interim.
Sevchal itcamera aro, reported hard
aground between Cairo and St. Louis.
There ia a low atige of water in tho Mir.
itaalppi. Wanted A girl to do houanwork and
waahlng and to aaaiat with, the Ironing.
agi' twolve dollari a month. Apply to
tho llui i.eti.v office. 3t
I will tell my entire stock of wall pa
per at ccht after to-dny. Two of the
bt paper hangers In tho city al the store.
Try me. No. 2 Seventh atreet.
A little ovcraoven feet of water is
ruported on Island No. no and bj feet at
No. 40. Tho decline al this point has
again reached two inches every twenty,
Tmerb will bo a convention of tbe
friendi of tbe Sabbath Schools, at Villa
nidge tnis atternonn at . uvtoo, a tun
evening. A number of Cairo people pro-
Wanted A good steady woman as
cook at Hrown'i hotel, corner Seventh
street and Washington avenue. Apply at
onco. Yin. URowjf, I'rop.
Tuk Cairo Shooting club will indulge
in a shooting match this afternoon on tbe
grounds above Thirty-fourth itreet, at 3
o'clock sharp. Memberi of the club will
ploaso tako notion
Judoe ItAKr.u has appointed S. P.
Wheeler and Judgo W. II. Groen to con
duct the defonso of Dazy Hrecxs, indicted
by tho recent grand jury for the murder
of his brother, lion.
Reiiemiikr the game at Mound City
to-day, between our Egyptiana and tho
Riveraidea. Go and encou'rago the boys.
A apecial train loaves at 1 o'clock sharp,
from the foot of Seventh streot.
The Egyptians will leavo for Mound
City a 1 o'clock p.m., sharp, to-day, on a
special train, to play tho roturn game
with the Riversides. Everybody is in
vited. Fare for round trip, SO cents.
Mr. II. II. Candke is In Chicago at
tending tho Thirty-sixth Annual Dio
ccsean convention of tho Protestant Epis
copal church. He Is one of tho commitlco
on finance appointed by tho convention.
Mr. Wm. Eiii.eks Is anxious to Inform
his friends and acquaintances, and custom
ers generally, that he don hit own fitting
In gaiters, fine boota and shoe. In fact
all his work is dono in bis own shop,
The Union County fair began on the
tenth. It ia reportod to be ono or tbo
most successful agricultural exhibitions
over hold in Southern Illinois. A num
ber of Cairo people havo been in attend
ance slnoo tbe first day.
On Wednesday Ofilcors Caln.'conant
and Martin made a raid on several down
town bawdy housrs, capturing fifteen of
the inmates. They were before hii honor,
Judgo Uross, who assessed a fine of $10
and colts against each of them,
Tukidat afternoon in tho circuit curt
Dow Llecb, on a charge of larceny ileal
ing and lolling a flat boat-wai placed
upon trial. Several important witnossos
for tbe defense being absent, at live o'clock
court adjourned until half-put eight thii
Removxd Min A. and M, Colby
have removed their dreii-making estab
lishment from Buderi block to Sovouth
ftroot near Commercial avenue, whero
they will continue tho business, and rei
pectfully "Mk of tfc ldiei of Cairo a con
tinuance of their hitherto liberal patron-go-
Ueokqe' Lattmer'b Lunch. At Goo.
Lattner'a Bxcelaior laloon, cornar
of Waihlngton avenue and Four
eenth itreet, ii the place to get
a tlno lunch. Kyorjthlng . rTia
up In good style, and George hlmielf pre
ildei to see that all are waited upon,
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
Tut Arm of Parker A Blake hai been
dissolved, Air. H. r, Wake withdrawing,
Mr. Parker will continue the oil, paint
and wallpaper business at the old itand,
corner Eleventh itreet and Cornuiercial
Wm. Eulxb clalmi to have the beat
colt In Southern Illiuoii bai retuied
$200 for it thoo'i II to all hit ciutomeri,
doei all hit own flitting in ihoei and booti
and guarantee! lallafactlon in itock, good
work or no trade. Shop on Twentieth
Tun publlo school building at the cor
ner of Nineteenth and Walnut streoU,
wuicn uu oeen undergoing repain, ti al
most llnlihed. School will commence in
it.on Monday nul, Mr. Tolforrt, aiiiited
Mhool'0"1 'dy W,U Cn,1UCl tbe
Him Lek contemplate becomlniracan-
dldate for county commlisloner. He tayi
the roa between hlr dbrnlcilo and tho
nearoit whlikey (hop U in a vorv bad
condition, and in order to have it repaired
it l noceiiary that ho ihould bo n'.ectwl
onoof the county commlMionen.
, , :
VH llnr(aaUttl .. al.- A I rf
, .U3 rso , ,ro com-
pany t a recent mooting adopted a roio-
lullon doclinlng, at a company, in the
future to attend the funeral of diieaied
flrnmen of other comtianlM.or cxtondlni?
to other flro companl of the city Invlta-
lions to attend the funeral of diienod
tember 11, Jamei Mlchaol, infant ion of
John and Delia Hyland, agod levon week.
sua in aays. "auner little children lo
i. ... .
ceme unto me for of iuch ii the kingdom
of heaven." Tho funeral will take place
lo-uay at Jo clock from the f6ot of Tenth
itrcot, by a apecial train. Fr'ionds and
acquaintances of tho family Invited to at
attention Is culled to the advertise
ment of H. F; Blake, who bai purchaaed
tho gaa fitting eatabHabment of J.T. Ger-
oum. .Mr. Hlake-ia well, known In tbt
community as an enterprialng and nctlve
buiinesa man, and will no doubt do a good
business in his line. His eatabHabment
la euppllcd with every variety of gaa fir
turoa, which will bd aold at tho most rea
Mr. M. A. JIiiraoN, who arrivod In this
city aoveral days ago, ia making arrange-
menta ror the removal of Hacon, Weston.
TrtW.. . r. . .....I . , . 1 f I .
.nu uuuuuh rocks, wnicu nave so
long been obalructiona In the wav of
steamboats plying the Ohio and Missii
aippl riven. Mr. Bryaon left yesterday
for Smithland to conault with tho partlca
having the contract for removing tho
rocks referred to.
The funeral of Dennis Mahaney. which
took place yeaterday afternoon, waa at-
tended by tbe Hibernian Kiro company
and a large concourse of citizens. Th
..main. . 1 - 1 1 v.. I
.............. ..nuaucj ui bii nciivo mem
ber of tho Hibernian company, and a
young man who was resisted and oi-
Is Tnt circuit court yosterday tho mo
tion for a change of venue of tho caso of
Dazy Brocze from Alexander to Johnson
covnty, was board and tbe chance Granted
So, if Breeze ia to bo hanged Alexander
county will be cheated out of tho pleaaure
or sending him hence at tbe end of a rope
The case against Breeze ia a hard ono and
bia attorneys were unwilling to risk it in
the bands of an Alexander county jury.
At a recent moetiog of tbo trustees and
building commissioners of tho Southern
Illinois Inline asylum, tbo following ap
pointments wero made :
Superintendent, Dr. R. S. Dowoy, of
First Asst. Physician, Dr
Clerk, Chas. M. Olmstead, of Anna
Chief Engineer, J. B. Fulton of Ci
L. F. Robinson, of
HedoemanT. Basve wiII be at Burn-
side on Saturday, Septemtor 13 at Eldo
rado on Monday, September ICth at
Equality on Tuesday at Shawneetown
on Wednesday and at.Richmond House,
raducau on Thursday tho 18th with tho
models, drawings, specifications, etc., of
tho Patont Swoet Potatoo nlow nH
l'atont Sweet Potatoo houso. Partios in
terested or who wish to examine thorn aro
invited to call on him. n
I.v another placo in this morning's
Bulletin wo announce Mr. J. T. Daviion
ni. a candidate for tho oflice of countv
clerk. Mr, Davison ii and has been for &
long time teller of the City N ational bank,
a position he baa filled with ability and to
the porfect ia(iifaction of tbe ofilcors of
tho bank. Ho is well known to the buai
noas men of tho city, and to. the people of
uairo generally, aud, ifeloctod, will make
an efficient and obliging clerk.
The following wore the arrivals at ths
Delmonico hotel yeiterday: G. Uinei
and Wm. Adami, Tiptonvllle, Tenneascej
J. H. Cornoy, Smithland, Kentucky; II.
fiannery, new lork: Wm. Butler. J.
W. Grove aod F.M. Grove, Shoo Fly,
Cairo and Vincennci railroad Miss Mary
Wiuon, oi. ajouisj u. ii. uook, Clncin
natl; Iko W. Brookg, New Orleans; II.
T. Buye, Nashvillo, Tennossee; 0. F.
Ventres!, Bollvor,Tennesieo; Paul Jonos,
Now Orleans ' -
There have been no new developments
In tbe Cairo and Ylneennes railroad om
broglio. Miller holdi the office of the
company under' the injunction of Judge
Baker, but Leo maintain! that ho has been
wrongfully ousted from the office of su
perinttndent. This morning a motion to
quash the Injunction restraining Lee from
exorcising the function! of tbe offlre, will
be argued in tho circuit court by Mulkej
and Wheeler for Leo, and Groen and Gil
bert for Miller.
Uamdidatbs for the varloui offices to be
filled this fall aro beginlng to make them
lelves known, and are swinging "round
the circle," buttonholing their friendi'
and in fact going to work In earnest. For
county clerk, so far, there are four Riah
inonds in the Hold, to-wit i Mr. Jacob G,
Lyncb, the present Incurobint !-.Iobn. R
ueie, present county survivor. Air
T. Davison, teller of the City 'N etiona
bsnk, and Mr. John Crowley clerk in tb
establishment of K. Smylbev Co. Ail
four gentlemen believe tbeircbancei for
election are flrit-claii. Not more than
three of them will or can bo tlsappoinied
tor county treaiurer Mr, wo. Martin
preient treaiurer, and Mr. Join II, Gon
man, coronor, are tho only knlwn candi
aatei. iney teem to do taklig matter!
coolly, and if either is ''gettlSg hit work'
In very brlikly, the fact ii not visible to
the naked eyo, Judge F. Ilroe, a, yet.
uas no oppoiit.on for the otHco of
county Judge. Ho Is takint thlnn
mildly, and, -McCeuber-like, wait
ing for " lomelhing to turn
Up " brro 1,0 UkM off hl' co,t md
comtn',,loner lbo n,n ofievora gentle
meni who ' T0 wllllngtoajrve the
"Jer P9pl" t")" montlrtiod but
tbft )ll,ll!r of them want tho ffico or
wou'1 1,0 willing crvo if elected,Mi itlll
n Pcn 'luc"0i. Takon all In all the
canvamo fnr hai been very tamo, but tho
i8n' 0g,n to Indicato that beforo lone
I . ..... .
thocau dron w bo bo ni and a .SI..1. i.l
tirno may bo lookod for.
. K 'An nllnS. P'P, etc., go to Ron-
n Vulcan iron worki, Commercial
V9nU(,i foot of N'""1 'treet. 'J.lO-tf
o . - . , v. v VUtll VtJ no w
buiinon, with a imall capital. Apply to
0,fW' Sl,,llln'"'. office dally Hum.kti.v.
Aot's. Orrur., I. C. R. R. Co., (
Caiuo, Sept. 0, 1873.
Tbo salo of excursion ticket to Denver,
Colorado, will be continued until, tjeptom
ber 30. Jamk Johnson. Asent.
(Sun copy.) 9-10-31
INDEPENDENT GRAYS'. ATTEN
Thore will bo a special meeting of the
company this evening nt 7:30 o'clock, at
the Hibernian encino bouio. Latthero
be a full attondanct. Recruiti will bo re
ceived. E. A. Burnett. President.
J. T. Davison, Captain.
Tho general sidewalk lists of delinquent
taxes having been placed in my handa,
tax pavers aro notified that if tbe taxes
are paid by the 1st proximo tboy may Is
paid in city scrip, other iso thoy must be
paid in sh together with tho.costi.
A ley, IL Irvi.v,
did County Collector.
NO CHOLERA AT JONESBORO.
Mr. J. H. Oiierlv. It is reported that
cholera prevails at Jonosboro. This is
not true, Thuro has been no cholera here,
and the goneral health is good.
Our county fair opened to-day. Tbe
exhibition is good, and tbe attendence
largo. It will b'otho best exhibition ever
By correcting this
report you will oblige tho people of this
1. 1-. Bouton.
Office of the Cairo & St. Louis 1
Railroad Company, I
Cairo, III. September Mb, 1873. J
A mooting of tho directors of this corn
will bo bold on Tuesday, tho ICth Inst , at
11 o clock a.m., at tho station houso on
the depot grounds of said company In tbe
city of Ent St Louis, Ills.
S. Staats Taylor,
III. Cent. R. R. Co., Ao'Ta Office,
Cairo, Ilia., September 9, 1873.
To persona wiahing to atlen tho Union
county fair, to bo hold at Joneaboro from
September 10 to Septomber 13, we will
sell excuralon ticketa to Anna and return
at $1 70. Salo of ticketa will commence
September 10 and be diacontinued on the
13th. Tickets good to return until Sop
tembor 10, inclusive.
1 0-0-4t. James Johnpov, Agent.
DESOLUTION OV CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Tbo co-partnership borotofore oiistlne
between B. F. Blake and B. F. Parker,
under the firm name of Parkor k Blake,
ia this day diasolved by mutual consent.
B. F. Parker will continue tho paint, glass
and wall paper business at tbe old stand
nnd will sottlo all affairs of the. laid firm
B. F. Blake.
B, F. Blako will conduct the gai and
stoam fitting establishment next door to
Sun pleaae copy,
Ills. C. R. II. Co,
.,Ait'b. Office, 1
pt. 11, 1873. J
To persons wishing to attend tho llli-
nnii State Fair to bo held at Peoria, from
September 10th to September 30tb, wo
williell oxcuralon ticket! to El Paso and
return at $11 40.
Sale of tlckoti will commonce September
14th and bo continued to September 1HV
Ticket! good to return until September
Wo will issue ticket! to parties going
with stock or article for ex hi ft ton (but
to no othsrj on and nfter Soptolnbor 11th
137 5t James Jounho.v, Agent.
Tbe Christian Union Sunday school of
Cairo will bavo a picnic at New Grand
Chain station, Saturday tho 13th Inst. A
special Invitation li givon to all tbe Sun
day ichooli of the city, alio Mound City,
Caledonia and Grand Chain, and all
friendi of the Sunday ichool cauie, A
pedal train will leave corner of Seventh
itreet and Commercial avenue at 8 o'clock
a.m., and itop at Fourteenth, Twentieth
and Twenty-eighth itroeti. Let everyone
bring tbolr basket! full enough of good
tbingi to divide with hiinelghbor. Come
nil and lot us have a good time. Faro for
the round trip, genti ft, ladles Jand chil
dren over 10 yean old 50 cents, children
tinder 10 years 20 cents.
G. M. Aldon,
Committee of arrangomonti.
Sun copy. 9-C-td.
SEPTEMBER 12, 1873.
Pbicb CunarxT Orjei, i
Thuriday Evening, Sept. 11, lb73.
The market displays a moderately fair
feeling In all iti branches with very little
excitement in anything. Wecanicarcely
expect anything like aa active' market
until after the first of October. ,Prcei
are generally unchanged and bold firm.
Stecka are fully up to the want of the
aVCorreipondenti ihould bear Intalnd
that theie quotation! are for round lots
from first hands. For broken aad small
lot, and In filling orders, an advance of
1 to 3c is charged over these prlresf
FLOUR There is no exoltement in
tho market. Orders come in slowly but
prices are firm and unchanged. Salei em
brace a little more than 2.000 bhlt at
hich 300 bbli lold at $C9 ; 100 10
25; 200 $4 7C8 70; 100 $4 S00;100
16 75 ; 400 $4 699 ; 2 car loads $4
8 C9; 200 choice winter, to arrive, $8 20.
ico uo del 90 25, and 100 super $4.
II Al Very quiet several cars are on
the track and vory little wanted. $18 Is
best figures to-day, Salei were 1 car good
mixed del $16; 2 can choice mixed del
$18; 3 can do del $18 60017 and 1 car da
CORN Thero ii a good feeling in the
market, and prices hold firm. Receipt!'
aro moderate and domand fair. Salaa
woro 1 car yellow in lacki del 63c; 0 cars
white in bulk on traok 43c; 6 cars white
n sacks dol 03c and 3 cars do do 52c.
OATS The market ia atiffat38c sacked
and dsllvered. Sales wero 3 cars in iscki
del aagWe; 1 car do do 3c, and 3 can do
CORN MEAL--The market ii moder
ately well supplied and the demand for
filling orden ia active. Sales reported :
200 bblsS. D, del $2 60 : 200 bb's eltv
meal in jobbing lots $2 CO; 2 cars S. D.
del $2 00, and -'iOObblaSongerson private
BRAN Plenty and dull; quoted in
car load lots at $13 per ton.
BUTTER Plenty and dull-JOo is an
ouiiiuo ucuro. sales rertortod wnr in
pkga good to choice 20(a)25c.
EGGS Thero is an active enquiry for
fresh receipts at quotations. Sales were
3 cases and 400 dozen at 10c.
CHICKENS Tho demand is fair and
ecelpts light. We note sales of 20 dozen
good young nt $3 and 3 coops old at $3-
FRU IT Very dull, not much sale for
ny kind. SO boxes apples sold at 20c :
JO boxes peaches 1025c and 00 boxes
PROVISIONS-None except In the
handi of retail dealers.
POTATOES Nothing doing.
ON ION8 Nothing doing.
TEAS Imperial. 7cf$l 25: Gun.
powder, 75c(al 25: Ooloni? black. 7fiiva
$1; Young Hyson, $ll 40.
CHEESE Good demand: Sw York
factory, lb, 16J17c.
oyiiiino mk. A.. I. s
chlc t eocii ii gi, nd Nw OrleaSs
PLASTERING HAIR-30c bushel
LIME In lots $1 25 to $1 00 y b
bbCEMENT.-At wholeials$22 00 V
COAL OIL 22c.
, OUNNIES-Re-iewed.Si busbeli 18c,
3 bushels 20c.
BURLAPS 2 buiheii of corn, 91 oa
l&Jc; do ID oz 10c; 4 bushels oati 20c;
5 bushels 21c ; 2 bushels 2Gc.
BEESWAX-U lb 30c.
SOAP ShaefTer's German mottled 7e;
Champaign soap, 7Jc. ,
TALLOW 1 tb 7
COFFEE-Scarceand firm, Java sell
ing at 8032c; Laguayra 242Jc; Rle
primo to choice 2420c.
BROOMS. Dull; common house sell
at SI 60 to 2 50: choloa and titn ph.U
$33 70; steamboat $4 606 00.
rKKlUHT-Cotton, cosp oressed U
Now York. 85c: to Boston 11. Vm.
compressed, to New York $1 14; to Bos
ton $1. ' '
RATES To New Orlaana in4 Vlki.
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc,1 60c
pound freights 2So owt; hay $7 per
on ; wnisKoy si 40 per bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, ete.'afa tr M.1-
pound freights 15c cwt; bay $5 per ton :
whiskey 80c per bbl.
I wil hell at my sle room
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,
at 01 o'clock a.m., bv order of the Un-
uerwruers, goous lo connlst of
the following articles:
1 Barrel Merchandise.
32 Case Cove Oyiters.
2 Oases Teacher.. , . ,
8 Boxes Star Candles.
3 Nesta Tuba.
4 Colls ftope.
24 Wash Boards.
2 Japan Chamber Salts.
2 Boxes Sad Irpns.
2 Boxes Merchandise.
1 Lot Wrapping Paper.
EfTOoods were nved from Steamer
Utile Vernon. Vale poiltlve without re
served. 1UX Uartm ax. Auctioneer.
B. F. BLAKE,'
(Succemor to 11. T. Oeroild,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer h
Gas and Steam Pips Jittinui.
MI.OBK AND A SKULK TAt.V,
LEAD PIPE AND Pl'Mlt). .
liTDrlvf wells put dewn In any part of
the city or surrounding countrr.
162 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
HAS REOPENED His
Will keep open day and night, ready to serve meals
at all hours, and has a private entrance for
ladies and gentleman, without be
ing disturbed by anybody,
and is prepared to accommodate the
travelling public. He has fitted up 8 new
rooms over the book store, and is ready to keep
Twenty-Five or Thirty Families:
Givo him a call at any
W. H, Btorns,
Mo. fab. aad U. B. Oam
FIRE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE STOCK
X JiT BTT HJl 2ST a SI.
Arm A, HABTFORD,
AllU.... .. .....JS.MJ.&O k
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Atilt................. M.7SI.000 0C
B,M 1,110 T
" .......tl,7ll,l4 II
IMTKRNATIOifAt, M. T
- -U.U.t I
Mimee. ( . 70t))87B
Atltu ................... ....... 7! t
AMERICAN OKNTRAL, MO.,
Asssls .. .S00,0X)
OONNKOTIOUT MUTUAL. L1FA
Amu . 4,000,000 (
TRAVRLXRB', HARTFORD, LI FX AWD
RAILWAT PAHSKMOKRa ASSURANCE
, CO., HARTFORD,
Anl............ ..4JOO,000 OS
- .....H,eS OS
8 AFFORD, MORRIS A CANDEE,
71 Ml U?H,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cemt'l. Office, 172 WashinotobSt.
This German Life Insurance Comoanv
only Paid-up Policies but
aiso a value in Ci
Cash on the Non-forfeiture
fl iriSTSSI,..- ' - P'aaUUnt
. -.wuaiuuunr, ... secretary
JOHN W. PHUESH,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
and Mck Keller by weeklyues and imiTiai I
t. S ."Prnce PoUcles wlU be lesusd
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, Proaldent
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, BT. T.,
OBBWLABIA, N. T.,
BAKOTER, V. T,
RET DB LJC, V. Tn
Cosaprlsiai UwUBdarwriUn' Aay.
Asset . ns set
AliaU ................ ......MI.1SI
FIBBMBB'S FCBTJ, S. F,
SBODBITT, V. T. MARINE,
Man: Dwalllan. Furnltur. Hulla aad Oar
im, luuraa at raM aa nrorabi a Muaa, par
u. bo mi i wuriiT arm warranb
I rMpaotruUr aak of lb oIIImuoI Oa-ibaraoflbairpalroaaa-
E. C. PA0E&CO.,
FLO UK AND COUNTRY PKODUOl
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUIBPlNd.
tarspeclsKattentlon paid to orders from
steamboats, light tr day.
hour, day or night.
BEMI3, BROWN & CO.,
Aoints Homi Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
MILLER 4 PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc., u
AGENTS fob FAIRBANK'S 80ALI8
Ohio Laves, CAIRO. ILLINOU.
II. A. Thorns L. 1). Thorns
TIIOMS & BROTHER,
Succesoin to U. M.Hulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. BROKERS
Saple mm Tmmey Cireeerlaa,
Foreign and Domestle
134 Commercial Avenne,
CAIRO. - . ILLINOIS.
WM. 11. WALKER h CO.,
(Late Walker Barry,)
GENERAL COMMISSION WW?'
for hale of
Cou.ntbt, Western and Nobthbbb
Nos. 46 and 47 North Water Street,
attention given to consign-
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer la
LimbCement, Plaster, Hair, tc.
He Okta Levee,
B3sl will seU In car load loU at aianufao
turers' prices, adding freight . 4-S-U
F. M. STOCKFLETII,
Rectifier snd Wholesale Dealer lo
rOBKISJIX ANSI DVMRATIl)
NO. C2 OHIO LEVEE,
WOOD UITTENHOUPS A BRO
Geoeral Commission Merebadt
1U OHIO LVE
R. SMYTH CO.,
Cor. Commercial Av. and 18th St.
Alio, keep eeaaSaatlr oa baaA a aseet eess
plete stoek ef -
COTOH AND IRISH VIHXJM
-a itt a, -Port,
Maderla, Bherry sad OatswU Wms
U. Smith Co. are also agest tec 0pei.
cer, McKay ACo.'i Pltuburg ale,erwnleh
large stock Is kept constantly 'OR BABd At
thelrwbolesale store. '
R. J. OUNDIFF,
GENERAL P BO D U C,E
Ho. 17 KlORTR St
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.