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LLINOIS OKNTKAL KA Ml XI) '
rr.Ai.Ns Li 4VK c.iu
Ull at l!:".e i m., .D.illy.
Kxpreuft 3:io p.m., ... .,.!.,
Freight.., ... 4:00 a.m., ...except riiunUy
Freight at.. ..Ui.VJ a.n "
Freight at ,, . 1:00 p.m.,. . " "
iRHlVK at CAino
Mali at 2:ir. n.ni., Daily
Fxpren ot U:0ft p.m., exec; t Sunday
Freight at. .. .Hilfi a.m.,,,,. except .Monday
KrHKbtnt .7tl0 p in., except Hun-lay
Freight at 10:0." p.tn "
ibb '.M7.tr. .TAMi:.t.ion:.so:;. A go n't.
THK (JAIHO AND VINdKNNKH
KAILHOAJ).
oil ANUK ov riMi;.
On and alter Sunday, Fcbrti.-iry !', 1.S7-I
Iralm will nm as lollown:
doiNd wonrn.
Iini'iiKr. I'ii-ii;lii.
fyon a.m. f:(i.i a.m.
Cairo, laavo
Mound City, lenvi; Ml " trXt
lenna, lrae :i:i " H;'n "
Hanlsburif, leave ...... "illt ' llii:) "
Norrli Oily, leave U:I5 " i.m,
i.'armi, nrrlvi- th-V) .!;.::, "
I'arml, lca HW) 4:C ami.
urujMiie, iean 10:10 r.Ai
Mount) unnel,inve,...ll::!i " 7:us
Vliiieuncs, leave Il'i'i I'.M, U;i) "
0,.V.M..Iiinctloii,iirric.U:n."i '
iioi.sd houtii.
P.is.cnxf.r. Freight
ii xm, junciion, leave. 7:10 a.m.
luminc. li'avc .
.. ,:i-i
,.. :
... t:IH
, ..llwi
..I0:ln
..10:11
T.-oOr.M
ttfsl "
10:17 "
U-JW "
0:l'i a.m.
7:1
.Mount Cnrnicl.leai
f.rajvllle, lcae ....
( arml, unite
.innl, leuw
Norrls ( il), Icaw ...
Itarritburvrh. h-ne. ,
Vienna, leaut
Mound i.'lt, leaw .,
"'io, iirrho
.11:1.1
0:10
1:17 KM. J'Jiia I'.M.
tills " :i:lo
3:i ;un
HOUKIl OITT ACCOM HOI-ATIO.V.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and .VIS p.m
I cavo Mound City ut p.m. r.,l 0:10 p.ui.
f refill trains atop Mir nlztit at f'annl:
run lioni there a mixed Ir.iln. 1c n luif l
j ii.iu : leaving Vlm-cnnes at 7 p.m. t li
i.mit cteuln; fur return trip.
connkCtiox.
A I (alrnwllh (lit! .Mississippi (.'ciilr.l.
ilobll ' unp Ohio, Tor all pulnls Mint; i iln.
Arkansas anil Texas, lur nil poinU in Arknn
j. and Te.xa.
At Vlncennnn: IndlinapolLiand lllf'ennc
railway lor Ini!lan.i:olI and nil points nortli,
ra.t and wci-ti with Kvannlllo and Craw.
loriUv lilt-railway for i:vant llic ,Turra Haute,
Hiiiivlllc, Chicago and all jiolnu nnrtli, i at
tudvi-t; wIUi Olilo and MluMkoilipi rail
vay for ht. I.onl, UiuUvllle, Cincinnati and
I I pointH t-.ikt and wi'kt.
At Norrlii City urolnff Hie Sp'lnjjtltld
.ir I Jlll'iols Southcaitcrn railway.
Ii. V. Taluku, Oun'l Hup't.
11. 1. Wilson, Ooa'l l'aiioni-er, Apt.
' ;i7-is-tf
tiAW VI MM.
WILLIAM J. AMjKN,
ATTOltNEY AT LAW
OAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
OtlmoV'ir Flrnt National bank. S-ltjm
HAilUHI. 1'. WIIKKLKll,
ATT0HNKY& COUNSELOR AT LAW
OA1KO, ILLINOIS.
Ufflr.s over Klrrt National Imok.
ild.Vlia
Juliti ll.ilulkcy.
MTILKKY
Wlllatn 0. Mulkey
A .SON,
ATTORNEYS A'i' LAW
OAIHO, IJ.LIMOIH.
oit'iso Kltht.'i uroct, livtwuuu ( 011111101
lai and WaUlnKton avenuoh.
mi tr.
mii.0N &"7iiLMKiir,
A'lTOKNr.Yb
OtJUNrJKIiOUH AT 1 W,
Willlftiu ILIlrroo.
WllltkH II Itlll.rrt
ii'--rt, y
n. 1
UAlhH, II I INlHH.
MilMt r lllt.
-artipiKiltl tttlicn rflffii In Atlinli-.il- r..i
il.nnDont LuIhih-c
rlll lHI0LBV8,UO0Mtl T AVU -ifivt
I'MVHUIIANM.
J)K. aM. J10WAU1).
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
OFFICi:-C;OliNi:K COMMKUCIAIi AV.
AND SIXTH STKKET.
HEHIDENf'lv Sovcnth Hrcl. bfiwrrn
ITahlnglon A v. nnd Walnut ftiifi't.
'jtK- i-ir
DLL vTIiLAlJW
GERMAN PIIYS10IAK.
junei llluk (up (-lialrtl ccrnir bll btro
and Washington Avonue.
-)U-3l.tf. OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
la'lit'BAM.'K
C. HUGHES
General Insurance
Agent
OITICL,
Ohio Lcven, ovor iMatlius k UlilV.
lJ&'JNoie but jiru-hM Compin!c
INSURANCE.
KhTAiiMHiii:i IS.'iS.
StitTonl, jMori'iH & C'niuloo,
iNSUHANCK AOKNTiS,
7!1 Ohio Lcveo, City Natimiul Uftiik
HuiltHuB, Oaiiio, Iu.h
fltddcet ettubflthed Au'cncy In Poullierii
Illinois, icprc-uuiiii), oci'
$65,000,000.00.
of tbo bftt luMiruuco Cupltnl ot (he U.
OFFIOM,
JOHN H. OBEUIjY EDITOR;
E
Mi
t
v-r-r 3
' or rd Fxpre&sty for the Bulletin.
I'lRw.
Kvoritruou Tralllnir at 1hIiiviIIii, wa
..i.,...i 1... 1 ....... ..tv. 1. .....it,.. r win. 1 1,..
"thllion llauibl.'tonlau, valilid at ton
thousand diillarc, and two fit
Climax and Jllrman, valuod ruriu:tfully
at Jt.tOOnnd $2,000.
MUltDEK.
IVihr Wayns, May 'l. Mieliaul IMr,
tharj-td with th-i murdnr of (forc 'Aim
inurman but Deornbnr, w&i arretnl near
thl placn to-day by Mnrhal Kolley. A
preliminary rriiiitutlion will tako pUoe
.Monday.
MOW QUARTBIIS.
'.ILTIMnilK. -Miv '1 Thn Wiiliio
Vmon tnleifraph rompany took iioni'-
Ion of tholr nnw Uftrtr to-day, an elo-
Kant new ijtilliliru; at Niiitu end Haiti
inof' (tr'intii Tim company occupy lht
onliru LuiMlnn cscept tbo Grit floor vrhich
U nitd lor banking purpo-e.-.
NEW YOKK. 1
II UW, N.Y., May 2. Charl.n Krnit. ',
whom Wult. tbo day boforn hit exe'Mi- I
lion, -vai thoui-ht to havo murderad, has
recov red niil'rlently ti bo rnmovoI to hit
rMi'icnce. 1 lie lnly 01 Wail, wa. hurj"d 1
on a fam latt nlirb', tbo nly pertont in I
atlendancibcln hi. lalber, mothnr, utttur I
and a laborer. The brain of Walt. wa( I
teat to Albany for examination.
VASJ1ING'10N
A-lllN'liTo.v, May 2 Comuii loner I
Drummond retired from tbo L'nvral land .
i.Dicj to-day, learinfj it In cliaryu of Chief
nerx Lurui uniu 111. Fuii-ior la ap
pointed. Drutnrnund Kill remain In this
city and hecotuo 11 patter in tbo law Urm
of llritton A; Gray.
JiLOODY UOV.
Si, Lot Is, Mav - IntolliL'ence from
Indian trritory m that on W'odnotdav
niirht lst, a party of four men en roulo to
Texas, wbiiu In amp nbout H mile from
Mutkozle, K"t drunk, ..uatreled about the
owner. nip 01 nonea
ointlv Lv thrm, and ono
kilkl oulrliht, two mortiillv wounded
nortallv wounded I
and tho third badly hurt. The partliM aro
all from NortLvri!.t Mitiouri but lhlr
name., aro not known.
THE FLOOD.
Memi'KIn May No tteamer from
balow to-dav and owinir to tho dutancn
Irom the fci'nes of lulfurin and dettitu
turn it u dilllr-ult tooblain reiiatdd infor
mation. 'J'he roiiof cimmitlco shipped t
lot ol supplies by the (Juickttep thin e.tter- :
noon lor orilo ullrlnir Lunilief in the !
rear cf lluck't landing, ner I luck l'uck- !
arm treva.e, i ho poln u nnd tiro depart
inont havo donated one bund rod and
twsnty-six doilart to the relief fund.
SHOCKING OUT RAG F.
Ualtihokk, .May 'J A ttatnment ia
publfthed thli moin n?of a shocking out-
rao perpetrated by tuo nnj;roe on James
Henry woodley icolored 1 aired lo voara.
in Howard county on tliu 16th of April. I
1 he boy chareet that the men tenrred and ,
branded hit limln with a rod hot Iron nd
attorwords pjured tpiriu of turneutinu
over bit naked body and tat him on lire '
In tliit condition lie otrapeu nnd mcceeu- 1
d in extiin;uiihin the lUme. Woodhty
ia at t'lo Lombard itrcet Inllrmary. Hi. '
l.ai'k anil iim aro coasted to .
critp and his recovery U doubtful.
scstendeS
Cincinnati. 3Iu, A tpecial irom
Medoria to tho Timet report tho tuspriii-
lion of the Kim National bank of ilmt
city tl1M.11 orr.iric,nnd tluttuo n,ir)ttn will
probably pay all Hamilton.
I no board o: trade to-day paieu re"iu-
tioriJ, thanking coii;rei-h for putting tho
J.oulbville and i'orllnnd cuinl bill.
A commltten for the relief of tbo Lou-
ill-inn tutlure, to-dny ordertd the purchasn
rd i 1,000 worth of provision to ship on
tho I.xporter. Oontrihutlon boxes to ru-
cfivo contribiitlomi for tlm Loiiiiiiinti suf
ferers will bo placed at all places of
nmusomont on tho coming nl;ht and nil
tuo cl.urcticii on auniiny, amy tentn.
J'JlOJLVBfLI'LTES.
WAbiUNOTON, May 'J. for Now Knir-
land, north and weat wind, will prevail
with partly cloudy weather and alight fall
of tenipornturc.
For .Middlo elates, nortnv.'Ctt winds
veering to northeast with cjoI ahd cloudy
weather and areas 01 rain.
For eouth Atlantis tr.tof. conlintiDd
high temperature, cleiir or fair woathir
nnd coutbenat to ifoutbwest wlndl.
Foruiistern Gulf states, tailing barome-
tor, southerly wind with lair woatuor
except in lower Miesiuippi valley.
For Lower Lakes, fresh to britk north
erly and easterly wlndt, With cool and
generally cloudy weatuer.
I' or Upper ivaKes, uri.K ami uccaiioii
allv liL'bt north and oatt windf, with in.
creasing clotidlnctt nnd continuous cool
weather.
For Tnnupsioa nnd Ohio alloy, lulling
baromotor, frerh and brisk winds end
genorally cloudy weatbor,wlth ureas rain.
r Or lippor Jll.snsippi valley uuu inner
.Missouri valley, britk and high vsinds
with cloudy and tbrnatfiiing weather and
rain from Miiiourl nortbenstwiird to Min
nesota. Tbo Ohio and lowor Mississippi livers
will fall alowly.
biver'nuws.
I
Yickmiuiio, May 'J. Up Futuru City, I
Vurgcud. Nonu down, Wimlhur I'lenr I
warm, Itlver stationary. 1
Nw Ont.KA.NH, May 2. No arrivals. ;
Departed .Mary Houston, Louisville;
Gleucoe, Ht, Louis. Clear Mid win 111.
Illvar stntionory
Cincinnati, May llivir 4f, lent !
and falllnir. Arrived: Fat Hoi'iir-, Mam.
,pbl; llodiiian, Nick Longworth mid Sam 1
I lliiin, rew urinans. ueparieu: niun
villi), for Nhshvllle; Kittlo llegler, Arkn- !
river; Unj Frtinklln, Meniphis; Klicr- ,
lock, Now Orlaans.
Nashville, May 2. Itiver declined
fo't Initio last"! houri, 3:1 feel large 011
shoals, Weather fair und pleasant. Ar
rived Uransford, tihlppers Own, Upper
mm
GRAPHS
11
XTIIIDX-CK
CAIRO.
I Oumbiitland i Sllvcrlliorn, K.vnnfvlllg.
I I)oiarld It II Oouli, l'adutalj; Mlrvi 1
tlioni'j, KviTivill, .lonn S llracirout,
tipper t uinncriAiia.
Ut. I.ouih, May a Arrived I'.ob lk,y, 1
Kuokuli; (til morn, Ohio rivorj .tarni,
l'oinuroy, Alico Urown mid Grafton, j
"'"i '.' iiiinoii river: ,ionn t.
Toll.,, flaw Orlcan.i F hrnhg, J,a.Sall,(.
Di'partul Hob Hoy, Krokuk; Ifnbbj,
aiio; j.nny j.on, imnol river: .lohn t
vnifoiing; Atiatiiio and Oily of Alton.
1 "w Or uaim; Gato Oity, (JaUfia; l...wi,
Miitourl rivr: lUd Wiiil'. Ht. I'mih Alio.,
1 iirown, raraqon anil rusrluii, Ma.'anali,
, lUpid', Kayitto and I.ady lVorla.
Kvr falling. Wontlcr cloudy, windy
and very wnrni.
I.VA.NSVII.I.K, May 2 Cloudy, mercury '
il to 74 Jilvi-r ri-tn 1. inchfi; (JtJ ."Mo 1
leel on uuaj?". I'ort Int Ui -I.awruncr,
0 p in; l'al Olobiirni). llplla tn: Moon-
K and tiarj;n, 2:J0; Hoiitlon and Ootnbn,
Gbo Itoborta, amoky City, Charmur, Idlo
wild. Down Mry Amvnt, llnuni, Grey
l.aglu. Huin6- iiiodnriito. aifjin of
ruin. IromlduF; .Ioianor from be'ow
I'ord Wilion left tor below; .Sam .Miller
nud low in from hbevo. SbrlooU olt 0(1
torn friilisht and COO libda loliirco; tak4
lib ton fioiIit to iSew Odiarii s'llTorcr.
frcu i.f charge.
-mak icETiuYpcTirr.
CINCINNATI.
CiNti.v.Nrt, May li.
J'Lorit t jui.-t
WI1KAT -Scarco and tirm, 1 I'fi.l 17
COKS Qlllu!, 6.;0S
OATS jiticl and firm, fiOuT
n.'i:-tiwly, 1 01
IIAIUKY Dull and nominal
l'OKK Finn, (do 17
LaKD Mronij, ktwttn 10'tU: kettle
lO'fli.lo;
JtfLK ML ATS Good demand, sboul
Irra C; clear rib, 8.; fput t, biiyar for
May, clear 0.
JJACON Firm
yilOin.DKIt-i t',;o?l7. clear rib Olr
clear
WHlalCY Firm. 02
rillC'VCO
Chicago, May 1.
. I'LOUIUlJulut m:4 uuchanc-td.
WUriAT ateadv; No 1 rpritip; 1 29
75; No Z $1 21 spot; .Mav il 7jQ
I 2aJ, No 3 SI :0i(,l 21. "
COKN Demand light; holdon Urm;
No 2 mixed 0 U(iVl'55c spot or -May; 1164c ,
June. '
OATd Stead v; No 2 -loJQl.'.lc spot; j
)6J,IO;c May. ' j
ill f.lK'manil light; boldert Urm; tf
.
l'OKK Steady, 51C 6 p?,10 60 spot
ill oOfudt) t,'ll juno.
LAUD- In fair demand and advancod;
t$ 00 spot or .May; il Z01 32 June.
HULK MKATS Sto&dy, shoulders
156'.'t; S O 8c0Jc loose spot.
WHISKY Finn, Olc.
MLMl'HIS.
Mkmphis. .Mat 1!.
FLOCK Dull and unchanged.
COKN .M KA L Scarco and firm at
3 lut.
COKN Demand active and advanced
to HSfe'.iS.
OATS Firm at 6'.i(J6()
HAY Higher, mixed timothy lOfJ'Jl;
inferior neglectwt.
lilt AN Scarce and Drm, 23 a.ked.
LA KD Firm at 10jf7i,ll.
IIACON Steady and unchanged.
Nltw OKLKANr?, May -'.
DHY SALT -MEATS N ono In tlr.t
bands; dealers tolling 7, ! JfJOJc.
IIACON tscarco and tinner, "J,
I JO.
HAMS Dull, 12013c.
LAKH Jrcarco, active and highor; ri
t'mod lojfajlc; keg lljc.
SUGAlt Actlvo and hlgliir; fair Kc;
prime tke.
ST. LOVIS. 1
Sr. Louis, May '1,
11K.MF Firm and unchanged. i
FLOUH (Juiet and unchanged (
WHKAT Dull und lower; No'J spring 1
1 2.'.1 20' No :5 red fall l 35l a7 cash; I
No 2 oll'ered nl 1 f'J, I 19 bid 1
COKN tjuiet, No 'J mixtil C7!&Ca
cash; seller in Mav 0B.'(jTJ.8j
OATS Held Urm, is o 2 mixed 61(5 r,l
11AKLKY Nominal. .
l'OKK-Firm, lotf i. ' 1
HYK firm, OC.I'JS !
DKY. SALT .MKATS 'Juiet, dealert
apart and sellers very Urm; clear rib
buver for May. sold at 1
IIACON Strong, packers not anxious
to tell muOb at current prlcei; buno clear
lib ."old lit 0J for order lots; shoulders 7;
clear rib OA, clear sides 0'(0;
LA KD Firm, 0
VH1SK Y Firm, 05
HOGS Firm, 4 od&o CO
CA'fTLK Fair demand for boltea
cradei, prime and choice native (J 08;
cows and heifers 'J 1!5; Texan !! r.04 76.
utiTfiiinus
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER,
And Dealer in
FRESH MEATS,
Kif.iiTit Stkkkt. iikt. AVasiiinoton AMI
Com m K hoi a l, A v K.ndJ oinln g Uanuy'a.
Ifpops the best or Hcer, l'ork,Muttou
Lamb, ftaiiagp, etc., and In prepar
sum' fainllles in a acceptable- manner.
JAS. KYN ASTON, '
And Dealer in
AliL KINDS OF FHKSll .MKATS
Near Cor. Twontloth Stroet and
Commercial Avenue.
QAIKO, ILLINOIS
HYLAND & SAUR,
Aud Dealei'- 111
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
nf every dcci'lptlon,
Tor. null .Street und CmiimeHul Avcniii',
.Next door to the II.lulnl S-doon.
('.itto, Illinois.
WILLIAM it. SMITH, M. D.
KKilDKIX'U-No. 21. TlilrteeulU atreet
betweui S'ahliiL'ton aTuulin mid Walnut
Ulei'l. uiilee I'M I
stalrt.
Moraaiirdiil avenue, up
OOE. 12TH aTie,2H13T
SUNDAY. MAY 3. 1874.
niNOKIil.ANEOIIN.
R. SMYTH fit. CO.
wimi.iNAi.i:
, , . n ,,,, ,, , T ., ,, .,
! Ii I () U 0 R 1 E A L E R S ,
! k
No. tiO Ohio Lovto,
C'AIUO, ILIiINdlS,
bf. PARKER, "
Siieco..or tu Parker ,: Hlako,)
Dfukrln
PAINTS & OILS,
YA I'NISU
HIM 'SI I US,
W'ALf. I'Al'HI!,
WINDOW CLASS,
WLN i0V SII AIMS,
And the I'i'lcbnited llluiiiliKilln'
AURORA OIL.
Itrou" llulldliig, 11th .St. A: ComntcUl A v.
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. H. WHEELER,
ir 11.1-.1t in
WOOD AND GOAL
OlTK.'i: AND VAKD,
10th St. le t. Vashiagtou & Commercil Ave.
A large supply of IMttxhurg and 11 Ik
Muddy coal coii'latilly on baud, Htoe
yood iiawed to order. Ordern for ceal 01
wood should be le!t at the ottico on Tenth
Urect. Tcrma, rah on delivery.
R. JONES,
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
Between Tenth und FlcVenlli Mutt,
C.V1K0, ILLS.,
Ii prep.ned to Ull order wllbnut delay.
Hehasarlne stock ol Imported leather on
hand, Just reeelved from Now- York, and has
put down his price, to the lowest notch
?i-t-'Jiii
K. .MAXWKLL i CO.,
Manufacturern and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNia'OILS'
und
AXLE GJIEASK.
Aln Agent lor the
CELEBRATED GLOBE
AND
IMBRICATING OILS.
No. 7in,.NorthlM:dne Street,
M. Lout-.;.Mo.
-d.fcw4n.
MRS. L. T. BRIGGS,
Ktii'ee-.or to Phillips and llilyg.j
MILLINERY
AMI
DRESSMAKING.
Commercial Ave,
7 1.2.1m.
bet
ttli and intb;t.
('.VI HO, ILLL
HENRY BREIHAN,
.Maiiulaitiirei- of
Mineral Spring Water,
AMI llt.M.lMI IN
JtOTTLKI) ALK AND CIDHU
OHIO LEY Mi:, lift n con i-Miitul 4tliSH.,
CA.i3ao. iLia.
lAssignees Sale
1
1 Oiiffiisnnre, China, (lliiiaivarr, Kork
f iiliuiu ami Yrltow Wnro, Stoiimviitf,
Cliliin Oniiiinc ills and Toj h, Fuiiry
Good, I'liiliMbvarc, TnliL mid
1'oiko I Cutlery, Lamp, l.aup
CliiimifyH, LainpTi'iiuiuiiigH,
Looking- Classen, flu.
In fact I'tery kind of goods bploiigln;; lo
First w'ln-s
QUE ENS AV All E
STOBB
For tho next sixty il.iy 1 will oiler llic
aboM snniUat ami below cost, for cash only.
Tho goods nitist he fold to clinu thoconcei ii.
Clou- buvci-a are especially Invlled, cither lo
come and sec for Ihi liisolU'H or send their
oidei-ji, lu either chc I guaralitnii satisfaction
J. T. TIIOMAiJ.
Assignee of I'lii'sou, Da U A- co.
Cahio, 111., April ia, 1ST4.
DOiNT TRUST ANY MAN I
Who say-, ho will pay tNW for a ciuo of l '
tairli which ho (alls to cure, Wolcolt'n Ca- I
tarrh Annlhllalor has cured thoii'Hiuls who
would have perUhcd without II, and my
ntfrnt will ictuiii the money to any pur
chaser who trie a botllo uud is not heueill
ted. Did you cum-try WOLCOTr.S PAIN
I'AINTf llylla ihe Ilium never blister; It
stnpjt Headache, Tootlmclm uud ieiimlfc'lu
within live minutes, or money refunded.
O.UOI.IWMIT1I, cor. 1'itll A" Locust t.; js
inytiijeni. It. I.. WowoiT. 'XS-J-iWw
A.XTI3 W-A.BIIHsTa-'rOlSr
OFWOIAL TAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
NEW GOODSP
Lowest Prices in the City
- AT
BURGER'S NEW STORE!
Corner of Ninth wlroct nnd Coiuincrcial avenue, whero may bo fun ml the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
STOCK W i
DRESS GOODS 111 CAIRO.
Poplins, JJi.igon.iN, C'uliiiirn'.', and
which
DEFY COMPETITION.
Wliilo Cnodi, KnihrnidericH, Ncek Tic.-, filnvcn, t'uffn, and Notions mini. a
Speciality.
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
Hurgcr keeps ri"ht tin witli tlio times, and odors no irouiN but thofe which
aro new, elegant sitid ntyli.sli, ninl cordially invites tho pcopluof Cairo to give
nun ;i can una cxauiinu ins kiock.
Phii. H. Saup,
lias REMOVED Ws
CONFECTIONERY
TO
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Str - ut.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
This is the only plaoo in I lie City
Aiuericati und rrunuli Uuuilify. All
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Ohio l.ece:
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riTAt l.'srvptlaii .Mills; or i
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j Thlil.-eli:htli street.
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FASHIONABLE .TVLES
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Smith 1 Brinkmeye
II. WAUDNKIl. M. D.
U.U.STALKKU, M.J).
Oillco uud realdenue 111 Comiurchil Ave
nOKl door U tho Atlicin.uiu. ul-HMI
Smith I Brinkmeyer
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Spring ProiH (j'oodn, nil 10I.I at prices
where there is a (Irucral Asortiiient of
I uk is to call and examiiio them for
Ho-i'M-iim.
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IIAM(Ii:itN
j DANlKL LAjriT.KT,
FASHIONABLE 1LARUEK
A.St)
HAIR DEE83 is 23,
KlKhth Street, between Washlnglou nnd
C'liuiiuereiat AVenUc,
CAlltO.'II.I.INDIK.
lEott. "Wood & Oo
1130 HI U1 K AVKNUK
?1 II LADEliAIII A, VENN.,
I'liuiitiiins, Vnsrs, Anluinls. IriutSlalr.
Lamp I'iisU, Stiihlc I'lltliiffa,
II H C IT 111 kn.
CAST, WROUfiHT & WIRE RAILINGS
XKW'anilLMUOVKl'DOUAlKloithealre.,
Concert und Lecture Halls.
Aud a ficupral Assortinent of Oina-
mental Iron Work.
KstlnuKui nnd dctlnnssintou explication,
stating tho cljiss ot work dsstrcd.
:i(t-4-U-eol-ll
AMANDUS DERTHINGER,
FASHIONABLE
BOOT & SHOE
AXniiufaoturor,
Jth M reel, next door lo Jlrhtol A ?illlwell,
Gtiix-o, Ullm.
Fine Hoot und Shoe i Mndo to order ou
short iiotUe, of the best French uud Aiurrt.
can slock, and lit and sallilactlon gnu run
teed. Try him. :i7-I-l-tf.
1)11. W.M. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THK 0 UK AT A SI F.HI '"'AN CON-r-IJ
M IM'IVK KKMt DV
'oiiriiuip liii N I mi liii'iirabV disease,
t'h ! iun us.iir b tlil- taei. It Is onlv
ii'i'i' sir I i u fir Itilu lluintdy, .mil
the teiil' l m.d ly c.'iii he coniUcretl.
Hall's Balsam i: this IUnvidy,
II breaks up Iho nllil sweats, relieves the
oppicsslvn tlhlnoa across tha liiuus. and
heals thalarciti'ulvd and cxcnrlutcd siiUacvs
which tlit)ciioiu ol the disease piodilces.
Wllll.F. I.UT, LASTS TIIF.HK IS HOI'K.
It ni-iy not be toolato loclleet a cine even
alter Hie doitors bine etven )ou up
Hall's llslsnu is sold eter where, aud
mav be had at wholesale ol the FroprUtors,
lol'iuF. Ilcnry Ciiirau A o . at their
(Heat Miiilldiin 'iirehotie. 8 and II College
Flue. New York. I'rlre I per bottle.
Hull's llslsuiu la also a sure reluady tor
i.. i'ni.l. ll,MH,iii,n.i llrnliflilttls.
A. mum. SnlllliiL' nl lilooil. Crnlll". Wboou.
uih' CoiikIi, and all otlierMl'P4b:i o! tho ras-
pirilory organs.
Also Proprietors, or rViivlH'a lllond and
l.lvcr Syiiip.t'urbolic Salvo.Kdey'a TnwBM,
' PxyiiOUAtrd Kilters, Mutl's Liver Fllb). A-'
JOHN F. HUNKy, CHKK.VN 4.ca,v ,
H and l Ccllee Place, New trk. '
aj 4-w4t.
Wood RittenkoaM Wtt
AXD
GnNRRAl. COJtlJIMIOK MXHMMkT,
1S3 Olio Lvcs, Ctln.
D .Anns.
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AHD
OKNKRAI. COMMISSION MUMHARTI
No 7H I.Hvaa.(lHio(UiaA, Ilia.
J. M. PHILLIPS;
FOKWABUlNO
Gomniission Merchant
Wiiahkaoat Phoi-rictob.
I'ropropnred to forwrd all kiaU cf
1'rciglit to all points.
jtTllU4lueji attendf d to promptly.
NNW YOKK BTOrtK,
WUOLKSALK AND &KTAIL.
LiH'lT YAMBTT ITMI. tB TBI OtT
OOODb SOLD VEBYOIiOil.
i
lurr ml RlaatoMilb iMMMt CMS
OAIBO, ILLUTOii.
. C. O. FATUCH
K. I.oy, J. K,LB.
LEVY & LANE,
.ineci-Mor to ir.Ltrjr
Coin mission MerckMlf.
und dtsJers In
HlliKK, 11IRH, FEATME1S,
BKESWAXt BAQft. BTC,
Onlen nnd ConsLcnuiNitS SoUdtcd. t
No. 01 Ohio Lcvcv. CAIlu. ILL.
t'.t7 Mvin.
tl. A . Thouu L. D. TMM
TQOMB A DROTHBR,
SuccesQMi to ii. M.HUUA,
'JOMMISSIUN MKiU'HANTS.BROIlll
Mil ssws fmmer Uncwiss,
foreign aid DonuitW
PBTJITS 3TTTTa
184 Commarclal Aviu,
OAIHO, . tbUWOtt.
tAtU At
John Q. llaraan.
J. Q. HARM AN 4 CO.
EBAL E3TA TIB
Ah'E
UOTJSE AGENTS,
'.LKCTOHS,
COXVEYANCKRt),
notaries rvswo$
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And Iiud AueiiHot UiellltnoliCaiBtMlwal
llorllnglon and Mlsourl K. B. Cat.
North (lor. Sixth and Ohio Lm
CAIRO, ILLS.
C. WINSTON 4 CO.
lle.nl Estate Agenta,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Lkvke, (Second Floor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
Hoy and Sell KKAI. ESTATK. VjrTXXm,
f Mrulshei Alxtracta of TIM.
frJTLnnil Commissioner.
4A HTWB1W
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GBOOEI,
COMMISSION MERCHANT '
And Dealer la
BOAT STORES
No. 7U Ohio l.CTM", CAIM, IUM
ftTTMieeial attention artvan i (SMSl
nienis and MIIuk ordart. U41
8AM WILSON,
UI.AI.KH IN
SOAT STOSSI
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3To. HO Obla Xm-wmym
a i m -it
C.'vy. UUNNIKO, M. D.
,!,. nMtf msnaa tfMaaa
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