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tlUINS T.J1VK OAU
I At.. 'JI'fOT I m I. ..II..
viita I'm in ..v. ,.... u, I
AUKIVK AT OA 1 HO.
Jiiy
" t !4:05 p.m except .Sunday
I uiir. a .. k it
"'"i n .ir. hi u.ni.,,,.,uxci'ii .iiowiay
ut at 7M0 ii.in., except Sunday
Sui m,,.,,ju;iiu ,lll
i U-17-tf. .IAME3 JOII.VSOV. AUdlt
OAIHO AND VINOKNNES
KAILIIOAJ).
ciiancif. or rim:.
and alter Sunday, I'fliniai-y ! Ib7l.
win nin as follows :
fiown Nomii.
I'liMtiieer. I'reMit.
lovo r,:(Ki A.M. filOfi A.M.
m v,y, leave..,,.. u;ti " r:a.i
tin, leave :in 8:'
Isburif, leave 8:10 " 11:43
H Ully, luave 0:1ft
il. arrive" lhVi
1:.'U l
J M
I, leiivo 10:00 "
Villi', leave 10:40 "
it C'nrniPl, leave. . ..II Hi "
.11111. u In.t.i HI.,-, t. .
4:45 aim.
H:.V. "
7:01 "
M. Junction, urrivc.li.uMA "
UOIMl 80 CHI.
laeticer.
Knight.
7:f"l I'.M.
(WW
10:17 "
lliWi "
fit IS a.m.
7:18 "
U:lil "
l.'ir. l-.M.
:i:10
:i:40
it Canncl, leave.... 8:XI
vlllc, leave..
!:1H
nrrir.
. .10:00 "
..10:111 "
. . K:I4 "
..11:1.1 "
.. 1:17 KM.
:4'i 41
3:( "
IWI' ,
f Ity. leavi- .,,
slnir.li, leave. .
1.1, Irate
id I lly, leave ..
arrive
UOUND C1TT 4.CCOUMOPA.TI0N.
a Cairo at 11:30 a.m. ami r. r 1 p.m
s Mound City at lii:n.'j p.iu. uml (1:10 i in,
lirlit tralm atop over nlt'lit nt ('anui;
nun llii'ri) ai mixed train, leaving ut
i.iu ; leaving Vliicriini'. at 7 p.m. 1 1 1
t i 1 1 1 1 1 nir ri'inni inp.
f'O.NNKCTIOXl.
l.alro with tin; .MI"I-liil Central,
ami Ohio, fur all unliit mil: i alio.
nsn aim icx.i-, lor all point- in .rkan
nl Ti'tn.
Vlncennc: Itiillanapollnaml Vlnriinoi
ay torlnilUtiapolla ami all iioliitf nortli,
anil weit; with Kvanwlllo ami Craw
title railway for Kvanivlllcrcrrallautv,
III'', CIiIciko ami all point nortli, east
vest; Willi Oliio ami .MKM'-lppl rail
for bt. Louts, liiiUvlllc, Cincinnati aud
ilitn eakt nml went.
.Norrl City cio.-Iiil' the su tiulield
lllooU Soiltficateru lallway.
1j. VY. 1'ALMXH. UOIJ'l HUP I.
1. AVn.M.'f, Oon'l I'anoncer. Act.
37-ia-tf
HO, A K KANSAS AND TKXAS
AM) OA 1 110 AND FUL
TON HAILUOADS.
c shortest and ouly direct route from
to Jackfonport, l.lttlo ItoeV., Hot
.at. I'lllton. and all nolnti. in Aikmi-a.
the Southvvckt, ttitil (iahoton, Hoiitton,
UN, Aunln aii'l all polliti In Tcni
I.VK IIOUIIH IS ADVANCi: OK
oTHKit itoon:.
ir.1,1 r.l. I .1'iitj l.r..1...l. t.lll. nf I .. . 1 1 ..
..wul. UL.l.r, .JJlWtlll 1JI1I1 U, lU'llllg,
Information a to freight ratoi-, j:i
cr fare, conucrtlon, etc., can lit oli
Inl at tlie ( iiiiipjii)'ii t-fllco In Winter'"
a, vomer of Scunlli street anl Com-
fjlnl avenue.
licks will call at private ri!llen:i'i ami
U for pa-.i'licr", wlicn onlera are left
, ......
irL'i.nt l'lilllnuti nulHrfi .lprrtln. i.fir. mi
iltflit train.
Tains run dally, (Snnilayn exccitul)froiii
, i'Abi:N(ii:it.
IVrl Cnirn, !l:00 i. III.
IC. (iri'i-lllit'liU. 4.0.' p. in.
...i '. I l.t...tltt..l.l. I'"J I
lAI'ltl."!) HAII.V E.VI.J'T TMU V .
IVl l ( ro, 1'2:ll in.
vi (.rccnlli'l.l, l:U.i p. in.
in" at (iri'i'iillfld, '.M.'i p. in.
Itl.KlHT, IA1I. KSCKI'I hl li.
,i Cairo. 11.00 ii. in.
M' (In i-iilleM, Ul.-iin a. in.
i'i. nt (Ireuiitiolil, l-:X p. in.
1). Axtki.i., Clilfl Ktivliu'cr.
I.in VI UN.
WlliJilAM .1. AI.LKN,
ITORNEV AT LAW
OA I HO, II.LIMOIH.
i '
auovjr Klrt National hank. S-lO-Ilrri
SAMUI'ilj 1'. AVIIKKIiKIt,
JTORNKY & CflHNSKLOU AT LAVS
0A1KO, ILLINOIS.
(Jllice over Klmt National lianU'. iM;jji
inn U.Mullcny. Vr'lllain O. MulUcy
J MULKKY k HON,
ttohneys at law
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
(JlHue: KiUtli Urcot, betweon Comraor
Inl and WahhliiKton nvenuca.
rcM tr.
OHKKN ii OILUKKT,
ATTOHNKVfa
OOUNHKLOlltS AT LAW,
William H.Oreon, 1
William II. Gilbert,
Milosr. ()lll.rl, J
Oil 110, I1.1.1NOIH.
WBpeaial attention Ktfn
10 AJinli.ltf mil
l.aniuoai iMininc.H.
JtViWU OHIO LltVUn.UOOUB 7 A1I Rnv
I'llVNICIANN.
'liliiSrtWHIWWr'liHi(MWW'lHMSeN.Iil,Wil'l',i,
O.W. DUNNING, M.V.
UESlDKN'Ci: comer Nlnlti and Walnut
slreeta. Olllcc corner Sixth htrect and
.)blolovo. Olllco hour lioia (i a. m., to
ami 0 p. m
II. WAHDNJ'JK, M. 1).
Jl. (1. STALKEH, I. D.
Olllce and volilenco 111 Commercial Ayo
text door to tho Atbcueiiin. '''HI.
mi. M. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OKKICII COHNKH COMMEHCIAL AV.
AND SIXTH STHKET.
MCSmKNOi: Scvititli Hreel, between
V.ii.lilii(rtoii Av. and Walnut Street.
2(W-3-'Jl.lf
DR.W.1SLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
iiideri Illrck (upftaSri) ccnnr HI Btro
and Wtttthlrigton Avenue.
90-31-tf, UAIHO, ILLINOIS.
ill
JOHN H. OBERLY EDITOR:
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
KILLED.
4
l'llir.ADlf.l'lllA. Anril 2'J
Kdward
1'ardoo und Amoj 1'ardio. Jacob Iloaden
nml K fj Irvln vrnro klllinl to-day near
UreMon. htiil Wllllmn Irvln f.lallv In.
Jurod by Hid I'acitlo ntprcit Kolni; wnt.
i nny had JuU stopped onto tlio track to
avoid a fro It; lit train L'oinf In tie oppo
ilto direction.
NEW YORR.
Nkw YonK. April 2!). Kev. Mr. Ha-
Lino, who lett tbo Kuliconal cburoh on
Sunday lant, hai accepted the paitnrihlp
of tlio Klit Huformod Kpiicopal church.
lately orj-anlzod by lllibop Cotnmlngi.
An attempt im tnadstlilt mornine to
burn a row of IC tenomont.. noarlv rtiadv
foroccupancy, at Lowol Hill. Lorn? lit.
and. Kour of tlio houtci wer burned
linforo the flnmei wero I'ltiouuiahed. Two
Uramon and a cblli urn mltil nif am!
foarcli Ii boini; mado among tbo rulni for
their bod lor
YAZOO CITY.
Yaoo ClTr.Mih'. Anrll 2'J. Th rivr
litru Ii fnlllni; ilowly nml roporti from
point above ibow tba Yazoo. TmIIoI
ami 'rnllKtintclili) fulliiii;. Greenwood on
mo latt-r river Ii entirely submerged, tlio
water b'ini; rilulmr than in 1807. No tu
rloui damage bai jet reiulted. A fow
moro daya ol clear weather, with tbn tru
rnnndoui current now In ibn tivur, will
lUfllco to carry off nearly kJl tbn watar
covering tllllblo landi. Mercbanti Htid
planter! urn quito bopeful and llidlcationi
are that the crop4 In tbo YaM VhIIdv
win bo bi tter than nt tint uipnclPd.
M EM PUIS.
Mtirni ii, April 2!J. Under tbo au.tii.
ces of the cotton exchange the city tia
bten diviilod into dlitri:t and committeei
appointed to canvnai for money for relief
of lulferor by tbo overflow.
louni; l'ullor, who returned lo-ilay, Ib
duranuod. llo ;an liivo no accouut of
bltnielf from tb tuuu he departed until
t.n found himtelf In ChnrUiton, .MIiouri.
Tbo .Momtibn LittU Hock H K. has
beon forced by tbuoverllow to impend the
unnini; of tralni, Sapt. LIvormoro bopoi
to tu able to roiume running in lu dayi,
un!u tbo road bo Injured moro than it is
thought to be. Tbo oxrireii company will
continue to do kutineri via St. Louli un
til tbn railroad company can charter boatu
to run to .Meredlnn. Hlver rote one Inch.
vatlior clear anil ploaiant. Arrived
Arlington, Cincinnati; Cheot, White river;
rortflbion, Arkaniai river; St. (iuueve
VicVtjbure- Departed Tolle, St. Loulir
Simpion Ilornor, Louiivillo.
J'koiJAHILITIES.
Wamiinoto.v, April 2'J -Tburidav. for
New Kii'laiid, nortli to weit wlndi,
dlmlnlihlng in force, ri.in teiuporaturo
and cjonerally clear weather.
Kor .Middle ttntei, weeturly to nV.illi
erly wind nnd clear weather.
Kor BOiith A tluntif nnd eatt Oulf UatK,
clear weiither, riling tumperaturo mid
northu ft to muthwc.t winds.
K"r lnwer latii region, wind" ihiftlnu to
foutb nnd utilhoait, riling tempnraturo,
partly floudy weather, Mid, nt ni;lit poc
ibly rain over lako Kri.
Kor I'pper Lako region, nrUk ami hlgb
louthoait wlndi nnd higher temperature,
cloudy weather and rain.
l'or Ohio Valley and Teririimiie, frt-idi
r,nd brisk Mlitheast to iouthwcit vvinili,
lecldollr blgbur tntnperaturo than on
Wo'Jnciday. pirtly cloudy weather and
pouibly light rain in tbn former named
Miction.
l'or Western Gulf Hate, riling tern-
pcraturo, generally clear weather.
Kor upper .MlutiMppi valley, lowaani
Miiiourl' htUU and poi-iibly high louth
tu weit wind, high toniperaturn nnd gen
erally oloudy weather and probably rain.
A itorm U advancing eastwarej townra up
per Inko roigon.
Tlio utilo river win continue rin.ng.nnu
and tho Miiilu'.ppl bolow Cairo will ru-
main nearly itmionary.
riTernews.
1'itthil'r, April liO. ltivor 17 feit
find about on a stand; weathor clear aiid
cold.
Cistins ATI, April 1!9. Hlvor 11 foot
and riling. . Departed Skllllgor, l'llts
burg; Charmer, Kvamvillo; Thompson
Dean, New Orleam.
Namitili.v, April 2. Hlvor decllnd
only '2 inchos in tbo IU24 hours with 111
foot on tho ahoaU; "Weather clear and
pleniant. Departod IlurkBTlllo, uppor
Cumberland.
Nw OniKANf. April 1!9. Arrived
Uloneno, nt I.ouli. DepartoJ John Kil-
gour, Cincinnati; ruturd City and target
St Lcuis. Hlvor fallen, Weathor clear
anil ploAsant.
Louibvillp, April 29. lilvor rlilng
with 17 foet 4 Inclios in canal and 10 teot
I Inchos in the cbuto on tbo falls. Duil
noen gocd. AVeathor cloar and ploaiant.
Hoats un llluo May to IContucky river;
Lyllo, Cincinnati. Down Tom Jaipor,
St LotiU; Mlnneola, Memphis. The Tom
Jasper added 1,900 bbls comont, 1& tone
papor, ft lot oi wniiny, wagoni, siock buu
people,
r.vKWHVii.i.K, April 2!), "Woatlior clear
nml cold hoavv irosttliis inorninc: mer
cury 8.M to 60; rlvor roio 1 foot with 32j
feet bv cauco. Port list down Uermu
da, Groy Kaglo, Sllvorthom, Tat Clobourn
and Hod Cloud. Up Hoberti, "Wilion
and tiariioi. Nick Lonsworth, Liberty and
Kovstonn with a thousand ton bargo of
Icn. Dullness dull.
Vickhiiuro, April 20. Down Mary
Houston, Gov Allen. Up Houpbllc. Ar
rlvod Vickiburg. Hlvor roie 1 Inch.
Yuzoo, Tallahatliiu and lllg JllncV rivers
aro falling. Tho loyoo at Milllkan llond
la itill in danger, liaising tteamors bavo
boon requested to keep as near tlio Mlsiii
slppl shore hb poitlblo loprovent washing
tlio now worm,
Sr. Lotm, April 20. A rrlvcd Bab
bago, Cairo; Johnson and Davenport;
Keokuk; l'oragon, New Orleans; Allco
Drown, Ohio rlvor; Lady Leo, Illinois
river. Departod Johnson, Keokuk;
Mollio Monro and Howard, Now Orloans;.
Stevens, tibio river; Labarge, Missouri
river; Kelloge, Smlthland, Capitol City,
VlckiburKi Grand Tower, Mmphls;
1.7 . V ' . ' . .
Rlvor stationary; weather cloar and pleas-
nt.
lloavor and Lady Leo, Illinois river,
TELEORA PHIG
ftrifo
MARKET REPORT.
CHIOAOO.
OfllOAUO, April 29,
FLOUR Kir ib.
"WHEAT Firm. Spring 1 291 SO;
No 'I 1 'J5 ipot; 1 2G May; ti0 S 1 le '
1 19.
wn-uomana fair end ad-
vancodj Noll mixed C4 ipot; 041(2641
May firm Ho 2 4Cj caih; 60 May J
Juno. '
HYK Firm; No ii 011(02.
HARLaY-Dull.
l'OHK-Domand actlvo and adranco'l
to 10 2i35is 30 catb; or ilay 10 45.
0 o'eo"''' Joman(1 '"""'abCiHl to
r1H?iIj,c'IDiiATSraiMdJ,i
CJ July; 8 H 8 spot. ,
HACON Steady: ialoi-S bavi can-
veiled 12J121.
WHISKY-i?teady at 05.
COTTON Klnnjordlnary 151C
middling lC,ie): mlddllne; 17;
247; ibipmente 005: atock S0,740.
l81;low
I receipt
CINCINNATI
Cincinnati, April 29.
1'LOUIU-Stoady.
"WHEAT Quiet and tlrra, held 1 4C.
COHN Steady C&88.
OATS Steady 48WJ0.
HYK-Kirrn 1 08.
DAKLKY Dull and unchanged,
spring 1 401 50.
OIL Unchanged aid strong.
j:ggs-15.
DUTTEH Firm.
CHEEK Firm
I'OHIC-Qulot and steady 17 00.
LA HI) Dull, steam 10c; kettlo 10c.
HULK MEATS Dull and drooplnr,
ihouldiir 0l(2,'!c; clear rib 8 CO spot; 8Jo
May; dear U ipot car lot); clear rib io'.d
8 Jc all looie.
DACON Drooping, shouldars 6Jc
clcr rib OJc; clear i3c.
"WHISK Y Firm U3jc.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louie, April 29,
FLOUK Dull, nupeMrtM CO, X 6 25
Gfo; XX G 25(u5 60 j XXX 6 76rS0 CO:
family 0 ,0'J 50. '
WHEAT Dull, No 2 spring 1 2CQ
1 2i:j; No 3 red fall 1 3C'1 40; No 2
1 50.
COHN Activo and higher, No 2 mix
ed 03090.
OATS Firm, No 2 mixed C252jc.
DAHLKY Dull and nominal.
BVK. JJull 1 10.
FORK. Dull If. COflC 7C.
DF.Y SALT MEATS-Dull at.d
drooplnc; clear rib looee laleabla n; no
clear rib ofHiring.
DACON L'nchanged.
LA HD Dull; primo fteani 04,
COFFF.E-Qulct at 24J27.
HUOAH Quiet; Loulilana 80J.
MOLASSKH Plantation tlrm 7f
60. WHISKY Steady at 94.
HOG8 Dull 4 455 00.
CATTLE -Unchanged.
NEW ORLEANS.
New Oklkan, Avrii. 20.
FLOUR Quiet and firm, tomodemand
for export; 2,000 lib! good treble (old t r
Great Jlritaln at 0 00; triblo 6 0007 00;
cholcM 7 50o7,8 00.
COHN Firm, mixed 8.1, white 8S90.
OATS Supply good and demand mod
erate, 69(2,02,
lil'.Ai tfuini, a:.
II AY l'rlmo 25 00.
FOHK 17 M)(Tnl7 75.
DRY SALT MEATS -Quint, Cj(a,9,
IJAUUM uull ana lower, .oyjjomu
ham 12?.
LAHU Scarco and held higher, lierco
rallned 10(2)103, keg IP. lOJfU
SUUAK Dull, lair to luuy lair .jiu)
8J- prime 8$
MOLLASSKa No receipti; primo to
ttrictlv prime In theJs, 70(3)75
1I1SK v Dun, i.ouniana uj; tin.
09c.
COFKEK-Qulct, 21JoT2.M.
COHN MEAL Good duuianJ, 3 90
00.
Vulcan Iron Work
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
orrosiTX
NINTH HTBEKT.
JOHN T. RENNIE, PP x
FOU ND11Y,
MACHINE SHOP
KORQKB AND Pll'lt FlTTINO,
STEAM KNaiNKN.MILX.NTrAMIlwAI
Manuiactured ana rcpaireu.
Special attention given to light and hoavv
forging, Iioubo, bridge, railroad and Jail work
and all work of a similar character.
Stoamandgas flttlng In all IU branches.
A full assortment ol MorrU, '1 asker Co"i
l'blladelpblaplpoand Uttlngs. Drasygoodi
etc.. and gaH fixtures alwas on hand.
i'll'ING OF HOUSE FOR OAS
MADH A SPECIALTY.
Agent for Cameron a special mcam puwc
nn,i1,niir (eeiler. Tbo best manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and Judson'i
patent governor and governor valve.
Tbo InllnwhiL' ciiL'lnea. etc.. for salo i
Two steamboat engines, 184 lucb bore ot
cylinder; iivo icet buoko, anu in goou oruei,
f)ne steamboat shalt and Crank: Wrot iron
Ono engino for hoisting freight: 74X10.
Ono 10X20 saw mill ouglnc, with Bhatl and
--rank for mulv or k'aiiL' saw. aocond band,
One now 7Xli! engine; my own uianufac-
tnro.
Also, a fioond-hand atavo cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warououee boUtlng
maauine, in itooa oruer. ......
Knglnun and machinery of all kinds bought
ami hoiu
n. jones,
Boot fc Shoe
MAKER)
Commercial Avenue
Itetwcen Tenth aud Klcvontli Street,
CAIRO. ILLS,,
la prepared to till orders without delay.
Ho;haHtt lino stock ol imported leather on
V iiauu,jiii.receiveii iroiuiiew ui,um "
( put down bis price to the lowest notch
S-4.i!m,
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. 12TH STBHKT A.UT3D 'WASECIN'GTOir .A-VraiiTTriEJ
CAIRO. THURSDAY. APRIL 30, 1874.
IRRVBAN-!
INSURANCE.
EsTAnusutD 1858.
S afford, Morris & Candee,
r
I-VSURANCF. AOENTS,
73 Ohio Laveo, City National Rank
' Building, Cairo, Ii.i.h
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The oldest c-iUbllihed Agency lu Soutberu
llllnolf, representing over
$65,000,000.00.
or the beet Iusurancu Capital ol the U. S
C. N. HUGHES.
General Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio Levee, over Matlius & UhlV.
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reprtttnted.
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LEAVE OllDEIttl AT I
JSTlUlliday Dro.'a tifflee, No. 70j
Ohio Levee: 1
tgrilalllday Dro.'a Wharfboat;
U3"At Egyptian Milli; or
J3TAt the coal dump, foot of
Thirty-eighth street.
Spaeiil Inducaxnentt to Luge Contumers
Smith I Brinkmeyer
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Smith S Brinkmeyer
OFFICIAL PAPER
NEW
Lowest Prices in the
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BURGER'S HEW STORE!
Comer of Ninth Btrcet and Commercial avenue, where may bo found (ho
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
STOCK OK
DRESS GOODS
Poplins, Diagonals, Cashmeres, nnd Spring
which
DEFY COMPESTITIOISr
While Good:), Embroideries, Neck Ties, (J love., ('itflj, and Notiun.4 made a
Speciality.
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
Burger keeps right up with thu times nnd offer no rood but lliou which
nro new, elegant and stylish, and cordially itivifc.4 the people of Cairo to jjivo
him a call and examine his stock.
Phil. H. Saup,
Has REMOVED Ida
CON FECTIOM
TO
Washington Ave.
CAIRO,
This in tho only place in the City
American nnd French Candic. All 1
yourself.
WHOLESALE
IT
BARCLAY
Jobbers and
PURE
Di m i
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Finishes,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy Coeds, Collier White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints,' Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower '.Material, Tube Colors, Dye
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit oorrcuponuence aim onloiM
in wani or uoous in our j-iiiu. nieamnoai, runi'iimn ami f aiullv .Mt..n..ii. ......
Ished or Uelllled nltli JUIUI.Io Diuk'h at Keawiiminc Jtate.i.
WHOLESALE k RETAIL, JtLTAlL & PRESCRIPTION.
74 Ohio Lovon. Wavhliifrton Ate, cor. riclitli St.
C .A. TJEZj O .
Planter's House.
SO Ohio Iaevee - CAIRO. ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The l'liintcr'n Hoiko is loealcd (in Ohio 1-oroo Strcut in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO .RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LAjNJ)INGS
Aud iu tho Center of the lturdnctM
and complete in all itn uppoiiitiiiontH.
boing elegantly furniahed mid carpeted
uieut aud the bent of accommodation!.
Transient Guests S2 per Day. Day Poarder.s 20 per -Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and flight.
274 a-'JT-3lu.
OK CITY AND COUNTY.
GOO DS'I
City
ITS CAIH0.
I)re!4 (.loodi, nil fold at prioen
Cor. 8fh Str
ILLINOIS.
where there in n General Assortment of
nsk is to call and examine them for
vir.-12-i-nm.
AND 11 ETA I L
BROTHERS
Retailers of
DRUG
trnu iirii;i;iit, rli.v-lel.nin nml (leneral StoriiK
Portion nl llio City. Tho Homo is now
Tho rooiua, avo lnro nnd airy, lu'-idos
(IiieMs will iccoivo coiirleons treat'
p if m ii
FURNITURE
AT
LOW PRICES.
It.1 pleasure in oalliig
(lio attention of tho public to
my tosh nnd full stock of
now and elegant Furniture, nt
my J'lirniiuro and MatniM
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Stivt'L ;uid "'asldngton Are-
nuc My stock embraces
Hcdsloads, Wad robes, Bu-
roaurf, bulcuoarus, Wain
standrf, Jablcs, Chairs. But!-
i?ieH, .Matrasses and, in a word,
all Uiat ia useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being Uiu only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose offenna better
u
goods at lower prices, aad
huvo made a large redaitwn
in tlio pncp of I my goods.
r:.d examine mv stock
a.
..ut secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trad I oil or special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wei. EIOHHOFF
Vhnlcah and Ketail Dealer in
nituro nnd Matrac.
!"." j-jt-.i'iii.
HOAT Mnitr.
Fur-
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE (iROOEB,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer in
BOAT STORE8
Xo. 7i; Ohio I.ctoe, CAIRO, ILLS
C5rSiei:Ial attention given to coBbj
l.ieutH ami lilliiu orders. ll- tt
SAM WILSON,
iir..i.i:u in
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
"Mo. I.'J.O Ollio Xjov.
CAItlO ILLS. .
Misrr.i.i.ANKwnw.
R. SMYTH & CO.
w iioi.i:iai,i:
IiKJUOU DEALERS,
No. (10 Ohio Loveo,
CAIKO, ILLLVOIS.
B. F. PARKER,
(SiKeefiior in Parker t Blake,)
Dealer in
PAINTS & OILS,
VAlfMSlTlIS,
HltUSIIES,
WALL PAPER,
WIN' DOW CLASS,
WINDOW SHADES,
Ami the i eU'liratcd Illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Hri' lliillillnir lltliSt A-fVmol.l Aw
CAIRO, ILLS.
NEW LIVERY STABL1
.MILLS W I'AltKl.'it, l'roprletor.
1'untli Street, lietween Walnut aud Wash-
matou.
llavlnu'imrelianedtlio onliro stock, Stalila,
llnrti', farrlaues, ISukkIck, etc., ot Dr.
I'u ld. uiid milled everalnew ''turnouu."
.Mr. r.uUer now IiivUoh til liU friends, old
and now, In wintnt SadJIo Uorses. UpubU
or Blnulii OarrliigeK, or atiytlilus olo In hU
line. In Klu lilin aeall. itiu.tw
C. H. WHEELER,
iu:ai.ki( IN
Vt)OD AND OOiVL
orricr. and yaiid,
lOlh St. let. WasUington & Comareili.
i. r I'ittabaraT
rte
'order for Mt W
- i sinlsir.
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