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TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY,
AM1L 2&lh AND Slh.
Dan Morris & Howorth's
'IOUR THROUGH IRELAND.
Irish Comedy and Character Company,
Irish SongsnDncc, Wit and Uutnor.
7&-4-24-M. General Agent.
ORDINANCE No. 76.
Ordinance to amend fiec'.lon 10 of ordin
"So R ordained by tbcclty council ol tlio
C'ssc! L Thet iectlon 10 of ordinance No.
1 be amended by miking mt all that por
tlonofeald section commcnclnc with tno
wordi "protldod that whenever the holder
Approved April 22. 1874.
' ' John Wood, Mayor.
Attest; M. J. IIowlky, City Clerk.
1 m 1
TWO SHOWS -IN ONE!
Startling and Sensational
XXT THE RING
Tho Great Pantomime!
Four Celebrated Clowns
Double Sominersoult Artists
Every adjunct and detail to make this the
most versatile nud meritorious Miow now
traveling. For full particulars nee pro
gramme. AT CAIRO,
THiS AFTERNOON AND
Admission CO cents, Ohtldron 25 cents.
Uneenswarc, China, Glassware, Hock
fukaBi and Yellow Ware, Stoneware,
Cklaa Ornaments and Toys, Fancy
Gooda, I'latedware, Tablo and
Pocket Cutlery, Lnmpe, Limp
Chimneys, Lamp Trimming,
Looting GlasNCH, etc.
In fact every kind of goods brlonglng to u
For the next sixty day 1 will oiler the
above goods at and below coct.forrash only,
ihc goods mint be sold to close the concern.
Close buvera urc especially invited, either to
come and we for themselves or nend their
order, in either esse 1 guarantee aatlsfactlon
J. T. THOMAS.
Assignee ofPamon, DaW ,V co.
Calao, III., April 15, 1874.
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
l8uwor to Phillips nnd ltrlgg..)
Commercial Ae., bet., Uili and inih:u.
7-4-2-lm. ;Al,tQ. ,LLU
JCinaml Spring Water,
AND ULALKII IN
BOTTLED ALB AND C1DKR,
MrOUkTEF, between 2d and 4th Six,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Somcbodr to take from us n thousand bill
heads, good paper mid llnelv tiiinted, (or
Ono thousand statements nrlntcd at Tiik
Hui.i.b tin- olllco for $.'U0.
Ono thousand note heads minted at Till
Rullktin office for $1.00: two thousand lor'
One thousand business card', tine Hrlslol
board, printed at Tiik Hui.LKTIN ollk'O for
from $2.60 to 1.00, according to size.
FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1871.
Ick Hnio, Loomla A Co , commenced
yesterday to fill their ice homo with tho
best of lako ico.
Parlor Conckkts. The firat of a now
tarlea ot. parlor concerti will be glvon at
the roaldenco of Mra. Dr. Dunning, cor
ner of Ninth and walnut atreeta, on
TueaJay evonlng next.
Tub Sin Knioiits. Jalro Command-
ory No. 13 of Knight Templars havo ac
coptod tho Invitation of tho l'aducah Sir
Knichta to vlalt their lodgo on tho 4lli of
May noxt, A grand timo la antic!-.
No Sikvicks To NiuiiT. In conso
quenco of tho abaoncc of Kuv. Mr.
Qilbort tho uaual Friday evening aorvlce
at tho F.plscopal church will not bo held
to-night. Mr. Qilbort will return In timo
to conduct the eorvlccs noxt Sunday.
Tub Tremont House, Cuicao Chi
cago has much to boast of in tho war of
hoteli, and tho now Tremont llouio, which
waa oponod only a fow wcoka since, u at
the head of the list. It la locatod on the
old hHc, and la eron a much floor oditlce
than waa tho old ono. 75.4-24.lt.
A Bio Tow. Probably tho biggoit tow
of barges over brought to thia port waa
that which'.tbo towboat Alice Ilrown land
ed in tho bond abovo thia city on
Wednesday ovening, In all she hnd
twonly.aevon bargesjand boats, all loaded
with coal, Tho number of bushols of
coal which tho boats and bargoa contain
we could not ascertain.
Tux OuD-Fxixows. Tho Odd-Fellow
of this city will colobrato tho fifty-eighth
anntvoriary of the oitabliih-
mont of tho ordor in thia
country, on Monday night, by turning'out
in full regalia and parading aha principal
atreeta of the olty. Tho fostlvitiea will
wind up in tho evening with music,
Roll or llouou. Tho following is the
roll of honor of room No. .1, Thlrtoooth
street school, Miss Houston toacbor, for
the week onding April 17th: LIIlo Mar
tin, Minnie Rillio, Roll Redman, Uotty
Thompson, Tento Woodward,Rotty Kora
moyor, 'Mary Ilacker, Ilattte i'arsons,
Maud Rlttonhouso, Julia O'Shoa. Florcnco
Krwln, Lizzie l'arker, Ida Crawford,
Kftlo Coleman, Flora Malinskl, Mary
Frasler, Alico Fraslor, Jennlo Schutter,
Kddio Taylor and George Williams.
Millis'khy, Mrs. Hogarth : Co. de
sire to call tbo attention of tho Udioa of
Cairo and vicinity to their display of mil-
Unary and fancy gooda. Having socurod
theaervicos of ono of tbo best trimmora
In tbo West, thoy feel confldont that they
can suit tho most oxaotlng taste. Drosa
making done in tho latest atyloa on abort
notice Prices reasonable. A call Is re
spectfully solicited, No. Ml Cornmorcla'
avonuo, one door couth of tbo popular
dry gooda atoroof J. Hurgor. 74-i-24-tf,
Assionbb'h Notiox. Notlco is hereby
given to all concorned that I havo paid
off and discharged all just claims pre
sented to me against R. A. Cunningham,
and If no othor claims aro presentod be
foro the 20th day of May, 1874, 1 shall on
that day terminate my connection with
his business aa asslgnoo, and return to him
all assoU in my bands belonging to him.
.. I). MATiiuas,
Aeslgnoo or R. A. Cunningham.
Apill 23, 1874. 7y-4.U4.Ct
May Flower. For tho best coal cook
tovo buy tho celebrated May Flower.
For the best wood cook atovo buy tho old
reliable Charter Oak; famous for giving
satisfaction everywhere and boing especi
ally adapted to tho wants of evory house
hold, I koop a large varloty of other
cooking stoves, which are bought for cash
and will bo sold cboapor than tho choap-
eit. If you want a cup of good coffee
for breakfast buy tho TIanishod Coffee
Biggin or Trouch coffee pot. A full sup
ply of Urltania coffoo and tea pote always
on hand. Don't forgot the placo.
C. "V. Hkndkrson,
7fl-4-'.M-lm 100 Commercial avo., Cairo.
Tux Pantomime. An entiroly now
feature of Dan RI:o' circus, which ex-
hlbta here this afternoon and evening, is
of a novel character, different altogether
from tho atalo and worn-out attractions of
othor ahowa, Tho pantomime of the
'Four Lovera,"by afull troupe of artists, is
a laugh provoking, highly amusing and
interesting sketch, roptoto with comicali
ties, characteristic and ludicrous scenes
It Is presented with full costumes and ap.
pointments. Jt la truly an Intorostlug
and original areolo feature. Remombei
Dan Rloa's circus will exhibit In this city
Diioo rLY. warm weather will soon
be here. Now is the time to guard against
flies, anta and moiqultoes. I will lay to
the public that I am making a apecialty
of greon wire cloth this season and dupli
cate Chicago and St. Iouls prices, I also
keep constantly on hand a largo variety
of Bird Cagcf, Moss Raskets, Flour
Stands, Toilet Sets, Hath Tubs, and a cen
eral atock of Japanod, plain and stamp
p4 tinware, Refrigerators, Water Coolers
and Ooeoh'a IXL'.lco Croam Freor.ors.
Alio tho Odoll improved Step Ladder',
which will be told at bottom rlguros.
C. "V. Henderson, IPO Commorclal av
enuo, Cairo, Ilia. 77-4-24.ini
Tiik Rivxh. The Ohio rlvor roio a
llttlo over aeven luchea yesterday, and la
now about tive feet bolow tho high water
mark of 1867. DIspatchea from abovo
report tho river falling and wo may expect
to aee it on a atand hero In a day or two.
Through tome aoutco not known, the
story haa boon aont abroad that "Cairo ia
in danger of an Inundation," "tho lovoea
are weak," otc. Tbla fa false. Cairo la
in no danger of an inundation, nnd as for
the loveea, thoy woro never In huller con
dition to withstand a heavy Hood than at
the prcaiant timo,
Fkksonal. Cpt. .1. 1. Koisor, super
intendent of tho anchor lino of ttoamboata,
wai In the city yesterday.
Capt. Jas. Morris I oil" ngnin,
Capt. Ilambloton and II. F. l'oltor,
of Mound City, woro in town yesterday.
Mr. J. l'.Curtli, auditor of tbo Cairo
& Vinconnoss railroad, loft for Now York
"V. F. Turror, oi London, Kngland,
waa registered at tho St. Charles hotel
Rev. Mr. Gilbert, pastor of tbo
Church of Tho Rodcomer haa gone to Mo
bile, Alabama. Ho will return in timo to
conduct serviced on Sunday next.
S, T. Adams,shcriir of Howling Uroon
county, Kentucky, wa9 In tho city yester
day In search of tbujyouog man Rood, nr-
rested it few days ago by Sherifl Irvin for
atoaling a watch at Naihvillo, TonnrssoO'
Among tho arrival! at tho St. Churlos
botul yesterday, were tho following : T,
V. McLaun mid K. A. Morse, St. Louis ;
S. II. Lollin, Chicago; J. 11. Ketumor,
Greenfields, and Geo, Laird, Mllllu, Tan-
Mr. L, W, l'nlinor, suporititcndont
and Mr. K. 1', Wilson, gonornl frolght
andpassengor agents of tbo Cairo nnd
Vincennus railroad, went north by tho
aftornoon train on tho Illinois Central
PlllOK CtMlKKNT (JKFICK,
Thursday ovening, Ap
pril 2;;. j
Ruslnoss on tho lovoo and In tbo gon
eral produce market continues without
chango. Thore ia considorablo activity
in corn, and prices havo ranged highor
than nt any timo this soason, but showed
symptoms of weakening n llttlo to-day
Still as long as tho ordor business coutin
uoa aa brisk as at prcsont, and rocoipls and
supplioa run aa light, thoro will bo very
llttlo If any doclino in prices, unless some
unoxpoctod chango tafecs placo In tbo mar
kota which govorn ours
Oala are modoratoly nctlvo and 11 r 111
wl tli the market well supplied. FIou
rules very dull for all cradej and tho
markot U alow and dragging. Prices aro
weak all round but quotations aro un
changed. Incholco grados of hay wo noto somo
activity with no receipts to meet the de
mand. Tho old atock of hay of all kinds
baa beon worked nil', leaving tho market
Jluttorli dull and lower; eggs scarco
and firm; corn meal Is Arm and a chado
higher with fair market for all receipts.
Provisions aro Urm all round I'orsmok
Froights nro plenty and ratos tlrm arid
uncbangod. Tho river continues to rise
and is within a few fot of high wator
mark, but as it ia falling at Louisville, it
will not go moro than a few Inches higher
here. The weather clourd to-day and
bUa fair to remain so, a chango that Is
very acceptable at present.
JuJrCorrcipondonta should boar in
mind that our quotations roprescnt pricos
for round lots from first hands, unload
othorwiso atatod, and that in tilling small
ordors, higher prices must bo paid Jgd
Supplies aro largo and domand limited,
Tho markot for all grades is heavy, dull
and Inactive, Thore is but littlo demand
for any grado, and tbo llttlo ninvemunt
wo havo to noto la confined to tbo loeal
and ordor trado. Suloa eiuqtt last report
woro 100 bbls 0 to 7 DC; 1 car loud C CO
to 'J 00; 100 bbls 5 to 7 00; 100 bbls C, to
8 00; 300 bbls & 25 to 8 CO; 100 bbls "now
process" flourJ 25 to 9 60; 100 bbls XXX
7 CO; 100 bbls A CO to 7 CO.
bALKS II T CITY MII.I.H
woro 300 bhls wblto whont, family U CO;
76 blla XXXX 8 00; 125 bble XXX 7 00;
CO bbls XX 6 00-
The city mills quote whont to-day, us
follows ; Choico whlto 1 CO: No. 1
1 40; No. 2 whlto, 1 30; choico red, 1 30;
lower grades I 201 HO.
II II AN.
Tho demand is good nnd tho supply
light, l'rlcot by tho mills aroquotud, 22 00
24 00. We note sales of 500 sacks
22 00; 2 car loads 23'J I 00, ear load
corn bran 13 00.
Recolpts were nothing, and supplies fall
short of tho demand. Thoro is a moder
ately activo inquiry for choico mixed and
timothy, but transactions wero limited by
lack of stocks. Thero. waa nono on traok
to-day and tho supply in atoro is exhausted.
Sales wero 100 baloa good mixed delivered.
14 00; CO bales choico mixed delivered,
With tho light rocelpls and diminished
auppllus, thero was a general upward
movement In prices early in tho wok and
the market was tlrm. To-day thore was
somo signs of woakening, but as thero U
nolncreaso In tecelpta and no falling off
in tbo demand prices will undoubtedly
hold firm at C970 tor strictly oholce in
bulk and 70"B in sacks dolivorod.
Wo not salos of 2 cars white, sacked and
delivorcd, 7Cc ; 1 car whlto lit burlnp.s de
livered, 70c; C cars mixed, delivered, 77c;
3 cars white, delivered, "tic; 3 cara mixe
aud while, dallvored, 7Cp; a cars whlto in
itilk on track, 00c: 4 cars whlto In bulk
on track, 70c.
Tho market ia well supplied and tbo do
mand Is rather small no spccutatlvo do
m and at all, all that aro taking aro for
the order trade. Prices nro firm ami un
hanged. Wo noto sales of two
cara choico mixed, aacked and
dellvored, CSc; twenty cara choico
northorn tacked and dot CSo; 6 cars
Southern Illinois aacked and del Clc; 2
cara In bulk on track 48f7t,ltj.
Firm and' unchanged. Tbu supply is
limited nnd tho demand steady and nctlvo.
Our roport of sales embrace about 800 bbls
as follows: 200 bbls atcam dried 3 10';
1 carK.D. 3 35; 100 bbls on orders ii. !)
3 30; 200 bbls clly.stcam dried, guaranteed,
Thero is atill a largo surplus on tbo
market, of all kinds unlets It may In
strictly choico Northern. Prices rule
weak and lower. Sales wero 300 lbs
choico Southern Illinois roll2Ca; 1200
lbj choico Southorn Illinois paokod, 25o;
EOOribi common whlto buttor 20oj 10 pkgs
cbolco northern packed 30c ; COO II) do do
2c; 700 ll choico northorn roll, 30c.
Very senrco and In nctlvo domand at
quotations. Jtocoipts aro nil taken on ar
rival. Sales wero COO doon froih HJfTiY
13o; 10 boxes thlppors rotirit l?e; 2600
Rccuiiitu ncornadily dhpoiod of choice
mixed at 2 CO03 25 and clear hens as
high as 3 CO tfales woro T0 dozon cbolco
mixed and bens 2iitfy!l 60: ! coops cboloo
hong 3 CO; C coops cbolco mixed Sfij,'! Co.
2'iotatlon.s aro unchanged but tho mar
ket Is quiot with 07 00 for choice.
Qulot and quoted unchanged CQ0 00 per
Quoted in modnrato supply and demand
at C7 00.
Wo noto salos of 10 bbls now potatoes
at Q G0G 00; 30 bbls peach blows .'! 23:
10 bbls sweot potatoen l(gl 50,
Thoro Is a moderato domand for tliu lo
cal and ordor trade and pricos for smoked
meats, round lots, uro quoted firm as fol
lows: llacon shoulders "J"3c; do clear
rib sides 01(Til0e; cluar tides 1010e;
plain hams l(Mllc; sugur-curol hams
Flour. Flout.. Good and choico fam
ily Hour in li'lh sacks, convenient tor fam
ily uso, for sale in quantities to suit pur
chasers. Pktiiii Cimil,
SO, Ohio Lsvec.
APPEAL FOR AID.
Fkllow-Citikns oy C.virto: Hy a
proclamation ismed by tho mayor of Now
Orleans, datod April It?, 187 1, sotting forth
tho wants of tho unfortuuato citizens of
Louisiana, and culling upon tho mayors
of tho different cities of the United Slates
tor assistance In their timo or ncoJ. 1
horoby call upon tho citizens to meet in
the rooms of tbu chamber ol commerce,
in Potcr Cuhl's building, cm Ohio luvno,
on Wednesday, April 23d, at 10 n. m , to
tako into consideration tho spoodiot and
hoH method of rendering such aid aud as
sistance as tbo oitizons of Cairo can give
to an unfortuuato sUtor ctato. It is hoped
all will turn out nnd glvo their aid to this
most worthy objoct.
John Wood, Mayer.
TO THE PU I IMC,
Wo havo Juit oponed out ono of tho
largost nnd tlncft stocks of Dry Goods
Notions, Hoots nnd Shoes ever brought to
this city. In our stock of Dry Goods can
bo found Lawna In the very latest of
stylea. Tho Percales aro beautiful, also
aro tbo Japanesn Silks an J Poplins.
Alpaccas can bo soon in all sbudos, corded
and plain. Swiss, tbo very llnost. Nain
sooks and Victoria Lawns, Silks and Silk
trimmings in beautiful colors. Demonic
and Calico, tho cheapest and flutist stock
in tbo city; also n largo stock of piece
goods, such as Cassimores, Cottonudo;,
Lawsn,T nnd M Liuon, Checks, otc, otc.
Our stock of shoes is very largo uud
wo defy competition. Our stock of gloves
Is largo and will bo cold vory oboap. Wo
havo alio Just rerolvcd COO do.on of
Oout' and Clark' cotton thread which wo
ollor nt C rants per spool. Our reasons
for appearing boforo tho public in this
mannor is that wo havo never kept so
largo and lino a stock of goods as wo now
havo, Wo ask n liberal patronage of tho
public, as wo havo purchnsod our goods
for cash and can afford to prill thorn cheap.
Wu ask parties to call and look through
our goods, as wo I! ml it no trouhlo to show
goods. Wo aro dutormined to bhII us cheap
asanyhouao 'u tho city if not dumper.
In fact, wo defy competition in many
articles, aa wo huj all goods for canh, and
seek tho right placo to buy, aud uro
always on tho lookout for bargains.
Our thanks tor patronagu heretofore,
hoping wo will still retain a portion of
tho eamo in the futuro.
Daniki, Haktma.s A: Co.,
Cor. Sixth st. and Commorclal avo.
Mrs. M. Swander has Just filled
her store room with a lino stock of
spring millinery nnd all kinds of fancy
goods and notions. Her rondy-trimmed
hats and bonnets surpass anything ovor
brought to Cairo ; tho young and tho old
lady, tho brldo and tho widow will find
among thorn Just what alio wants in tho
way of a hat or bonnot. Mrs, Swandor
has also Iroimht a boautlful assoitmont of
tlowors and trimmings, sash ribbons, col
lari, undorsloovcs, otc, etc. Tho ladlus
aro especially Invited to call and'oxamino
goods and pricos, All goods marked in
plain II cures. 17 1-C-lii).
Stki' and Extension J, addon?, Hand
Soroons, Kiddles, Sloves, Shovels, Spados,
Forks, Hoes, Rakes, "Water Closet Urinals,
Kltehon and Cess Pool Sinks, Clothos
Ringers, Clothes Hones, Clothes Llnesn
and, In fact, a lull assortment of kitchen
nnd liotiio furnishing goods nt A. Hal
loy'ji, ICS Washington avmiuo, nearTonth
stroet. 60 1-17-lm.
J t)sr received, n lino lot of oxlonlon
ladders, garden hoos, rakeif etc., olc, ot
, iianoy. 601-17 lm.
Full supply of Domestic tialmr nnllprns
of tho latest aprlng stylos Just rocolyod nt
mo agonoy, Uan.von's Hook Stoiik.
Tiik Monitor. For tho Monitor, tho
best coal Cook Stovo over mado or tbo
Fashion, tho champion wood Cool: of tbo
Wist, go to A. Ilalley's, 1C8 Wnshlnirto
avenue, near Tenth street.
Mils. UumiiolI) Is prepared to iii.kacii
and I'rksb hats nnd bonnets In tbu most
approved stylo, r.nd In n mannor to glvo
cntiro satisfaction. Call at her residence
on Fifteenth street botweon Wnlnnt nnd
For Malk. Singer Sowing Machine,
nearly now, with all Improvements.
Terms easy. Machines (all makes) takon
In cxcliango for tho Light Running "Do
mestic" at liberal price?, nt Jinnnon's
book store, Agency Domestic Suwlng Ma
For SroVKf), Tlnwaro,tollnlwaro, stoam
cooking vessels, broiler?, bird rnges, lan
torns, gftto springs, gato hinges, table nnd
pocket cutlery, fluting irons. Alio for
roofing, gutter and snoutiiiir. io to A.
Halley'i", 1C8 Washington avonue, noar
icnui street. 60 l-17-lm.
Tiik barber abop is mi tho corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial nvcnuo
whero J. Ouorgo Stionhouso with bis gon
ll'.'iimiily aiKistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to sootno
your feolirij.s with r. smooth sbavo, or cool
your tornpor and head with a good fliam
poo. It is a first-elai' shop, and you aro
sure of reroivitin flrst-clnu treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
attor tbo most approval style 8-16. tf
Hindis'). Parties having complete
volumes ot books, Miuh us Sbakspcaro,
llyron, .Moore, History of tho World, en
cyclotieliis, UibloJ, periodicals mtuic,
etc., which tlmy desiro to havo rebound,
will do well to consult .1, O. Duels at tho
Cairo City llindcry, Hulli:tih hullding,
before giving them to agents of foreign
establishments. Mr. I Inula invites an in-
."portion of his work and price.'.
-Win. Ehlors wishes to inform tho pul
lie Unit ho haa Just received a largo stock
of importod French calf and -Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Clncin
natl, direct importers, and ho can thore
foro warrant nil bis work to bo of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tho vory
best matorlnl. Any ono who deiros lino
Bool.", Shoes or Gaitots will find it to
their inlorest to call on Mr. Ehlors at his
shop, 20th street, nnd oxamino hi stock
nnd styles boforo ordering clsowbero.
203 3-1-1 in
ROOMS TO RENT.
In Wilcox block, "Washington aventio,
nt tbo lowest figures. 10 - L.'Mf.
Socond-hurid clothing, watches, jowelry
piitols, t.'vC., bought nnd sold. Also n lut
Ilrussola' carpet, furniture, its., for salo
Opposito Cairo and Vlncminos .railroad
depot. 1S3 2-27-tfJ M. Cov.vk
Ten pounds of brown sugar for 1 J &
pounds best cotloo Filgar at ?1, 3 pound
of choico buttor at $1; baking powder 15c
por lb; Imperial tea nt f 1 ; potatoes 30
conts por pock ; 3 llu coffoo f l,at Wilcox
Ulock. 107 2.1-1 m.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
Wo havo 11 Parker llrotkor.s Rrccc
Loading Gun, gun and outlit valued at
one hundred dollars, which wo otler fo
salo for oii;bty dollars. Tbo abovo is 011
of tbuir best deoarbonized iuna with fron
action rebounding lock, nnd fully war
ranted. Enqulro for ono week nt Till
Two llattorloa of two Hoilor.s, each 2
foot long, -2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Fluos
with flrn fronts. Mud and Steam drum
Sufoty nnd Mud valvns, Chimney and
liritchiii, all comploto and in first-class
Drilor,; ho.iti usod only throo months. vtr
prlco, oto., inquire ol J, T. Rk.nnik,
9-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works,
Frank Krntky dosires that the public
should know that ho is prepared to deliver
broad of good quality and quantity, fo
llttlo monoy, In any part of tbo city
Givo him your orders, and then look out
by which ho will deliver to you tho stall
ol IIIh. 27I-3.'.-lj.lm
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llanpy relief loryountr men irnm tno or
fcct-iol errors and iibut,e In early life. Alan
hood restored. Impediments to marrlaife
removed. Now method of treatment. Now
and remarkable remedies. Hooka and clr.
2tllara sent free. In toalcd envelopes. Ad.
ilrois, Howard Association, No, 2 South
Ninth Ntroct. Philadelphia. Pa. an tiu-tltil
lion having a hlubivputatloii for hoiinrtihln
I'onililel nun proie-Monni sum. 11:1 o,v.w.ini
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'Ur.SII M'lll.MJ (.00 IIS
M it H . M . J A J K SON,
(Formerly Mm. Swandcrs,)
announees that tlio has just.' opened a hir;
aiuorimcui 01 mo
Millinery Goods to ho found m tho market
alio will keep 011 hand
Hath, Honnkts, Flowers, Rninox,
Drkbb Thimminus or Ai.lKi.vls,
Laiuks FuiiNiBiiiNO Goons, Notions,
Collars, Underblkkves, Ruvkh,
And all goods found In millinery (.tore, all
ol which will bo dlsponod ol at tbo lowest
caidi prices. Mra, Jaekhon rcfpcctlully
akaa continuation of the pataoiiao hleli
Iiiih been ao llbeinlly hestHoucil upon hrr hv
the l.i. lies of ('alio ond the lelmtr. '
'H sert Itaie'i HI. IMk
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. S AFFORD. Proaldent;
B. 8. TAYLOR. Vloe-Proaldont;
U. HYHLOP, Heorstary and Treaitiror
riM. lUaoiw, Cms. if.iwuna,
F, lI.Hrneiri.iTir, Piet O. Hcacn,
n. ti, unnMiKuiun, U. r, Hiumii.
llepodSjol aiiw Auioutit l(rorUodlroa
n vrata miwittait.
1NTKKKHT pHl 011 d open Hp ntltie rale ot an
neroonl. uerktinum. Mui'li lntanrl Hanthm-
iitr lpl, lDtcrolDol wlihaiawn la KlJert luima
llttrly to tt. princlhl ol lliedftpalti,tl.crot,y
rItIdk Itiiim oompouml lalorc.it.
MAHIIHl) WOMXH A 111) OHII.Uftlilf MAT
0 ihat no ox iiji rin 1 iuw ir.
Open ntir buulav.n iIm frrim s .to. to S 11.n1..
tna Hiturd.r t.tr..ifl tat HAVING DEPdril'I).
onl, ffGtii S in t o cinil:.
nun w. 11; til. nr. 'ir'iirr.
THE CI'IY JNAM,lONAL
B A r J TC. '
0.1 i tt i, 1 1.1,1 a n 1 n
w. f. iui,),ri)A. iw..i-M.t,
IIICNRy I,. KAI.I.IDAI, Vim I'm (Ufnl
A. Il.fiAXKllltl', O.ifhio-i
WALT IS it lirr.LOl". A sU!tr. rad.lir
HtliTS TaHUIB, lUl-tllf II, Cl'NMHJMiK
IIsh I lULumir. VI'. I'. lUiLinti.
Haa, II, tViMunuii, Hisrii( Iliuu
a, 11. aittcup.
UwrliuUKe, Uotn ntnl Vnltril NSiilet
UomU Diiuiflil unit Sold.
DKl'OHITM tisiultoj, nn.l Koaortl Unhln
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. V. .Ml I.I.Kit, l'lOfetdtlllt.
J, M. I'm I.ll'H, Vb'.o-1'reniiloiit,
(Jii.ui. Cunninoiiam, (.'nobler.
aOLLKOTIONH PROMPTLY M.MIll
pXCIIANHK, oolc, Uck nour fj.t Unllo.
Ill Hlt PH :rM'r j Itouulit nti.1 COM.
- nrl Allnii. ! 'I I ill 0 lMiolt
,inl De.iler In
l.imo, Ccmoiit, I'lnstor, Hair, c.
1331 will "I'll I II ear liiad Intrt at In. miliar
tlirel'ail'li'i . mldlii fi eight.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
C01 1 1 1 nissi 01 1 i Icrchan t
I'roprcparud to forward nil kinds of
Ficilit to nil iioint.J.
Kj7'I1iiIih altflided lo pruinplly.
Wood Rittonliouso & Brother
- MI - -(iKMIItAI.
(.'(iMMIIliN .M i:ill IIAN'J,
l.'ill Ohio I.uvi'o, C'nii'i).
MILLER &, PARKER,
l-'I.Ol'lt, CORN, OATS, HAY, k'c.
Agents Tor lVirbauk's .Scaler.
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successor! to D. Hurd & Son,)
ri.OUB.mtAIN AMI HAT.
No G3 Ohio Lovoo, CAIRO, ILLS,
N.KW YORK STOxllS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOBBT VAniHTY BT001C IN TH1I CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY GLOBE,
Ooruer of RlaaAitsienth atret Aim fjoiu
(1. O. I'ATIKU
BEMIS, BRO. & COi
1IOMK COTTON milff,
ao Ohio Leveo, - Cairo, Ills.
And Dcntcr In
Eighth Strket, rxt. Washinoton ash
Kerns the bet of Href. I'nrk. Mill ton
Lamb, ffaiHairo. etc., nnd la nrouar'
mto f.imllles In n acceptable manner.
And Dealer In
ALL K1NL8 OF J'JIJS 311 MEATS
Near Cor. Twentieth Street and
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Dc.'i1ei in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
or every dccrlpthws,
Cor. 10th Ml eel ami Coimner lal A veinii,"
Next door to the Hjlaud ."nloon,
G. D. WILUAMSON,
No. 7C Ohio Lctpc, CAIRO, ILLS
OTSpeclal attention given to conaJvn
tnenta and tllliiu orders. 11-3 tl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
No. UO Ohio Zjovoo,
IT IS ZSTOT TJEZjTTJI
nr. in mi 1.1. i.ivimu A.vu in vxiu
His oUlcc and dispensary at
NO. 2U EIGHTH STREKT,
llet. COKiiiierelal and Wa:illi('lon atelillua
It Is true, tho iloi tor In one of tho oldest
physlelairi of tho place, and his diploma,
that lmiKS In bis olllcc, shows that be haa
been 'J I yoara in the profession. Ho is dolni;
a larger ollleo practice than any other phy
sician, treatlnj; all kinds of rhrnnlo dleue
ot tho htiinaii B)tem, such aa old uleem, ami
all dlM!uf ol' Hie ekiu, humor and blood
polous; aho iIlheiiKi of tho throat; abo
ll diseases ot tho oyua of ynari aUndliiK',
abo nrtlllctal eyea lunertcd; tlstula cured
without tho uso ot a iiiillo ; cancers cured
by tbo application of medicines; pimples ou
tlio face removed; all urinary dUeusea
cured ; all forms of venereal and private
db-easesiuircd in tho shortcut timo ; nciula
wcakucHrt aud Keif-abuse cured iu a uliur
It Is soll-pvldf nt that a physician treating
caes for tweiity-twu )ears aeipurea great
nk 1 11.
All consultations coiiUdcntlcal, In pcraoa
er by lettea.
nicitlulnes funilohed at orflen In all
10-23 tf.1 IIK.DaviiHiilt.
Hal AX. KHTltal AUUVT.
Jolin I.". Hannan. Uu 'lliuip
J. Q. HARMAN & CO,
CON V K VANCHRS,
And l.uud Af,Tiilsof the Illinois Cent 111I and
llililimjtoii ami 31 Is-ouii 11. It, Cu,.
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Loveo,
C WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
74 Omo Levkb, (Second l-'loorj
liny and Sell URAL IHTATK. Pay TAXIS,
1' lllllhdics Abtr;u ts of Title.
ATTENTION RAO DEAliEliS,
SPINNING PAPER STOCK CO.,
111 Chestnut Street,
PAY THK HIGHEST CASH PRICKS,
7 els: por lb for Soft Woolon.
!! etc. por lb for Wool Carpet.
1 a-1 eta. por lb for Wool Rlankoti.
I! 1-1 cti. por ib for Old Cloth.
I A PLO US' CLIPPINGS
y?? (,ot,on BK W Rook and
waste Papor, 155 3.2I-3w.