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lOfi tlCJEl IOE!
HUE, LOOM8 Sit CO;
Tale great pleatur la announcing that
they are now prepared to supply everybody
with lake ice of the very lt quality, cltlicr
t tbelr houee or at tlio torr. Orders
.bould If left at the office, .No. 00 Ohio
IgB. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT &- SON
Wholesale' and HeUtl Ucilcrs la
' rjjKK Li-KE ICE,
Oftlto, llllnoli, and Columbus, Kentucky.
Cairo ofllc at ttulcn A Wilson's, corner
Twalfta stmt and Ohio levee.
W will run an Ice wat;oo tbroochout tin?
awn, delivering pure NWe Ice in any prt
f the city at the lowest tnsrkrt prici', and
oltl a'.so ItirnUu our friends ouUidc lite city
with Ice lit the rale or car load, packed In
ww dust, for ahlpmcirt to any illto
it & 5-lG-tf
Itako pleasure in calling
tho attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock ol
new and elegant Furniture, at
mv Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner' Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. Mv stock embraces
Bedsteads, Wadrobes, 13u
reaua, Sideboards, "Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word
all that is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I nroposc offering better
goods at lower prices, an
have made a larce red xtior-
in the price? of r.11 my goods
Call and examine my stock
and secure an, outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade I offer special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avcnuoi Cairo, Ulc.
Wlioleaalc and Retail Dealer iu Fur
niture and Matranscs.
UnixWare, fcktea, UJataware, Bock
ettkia aa4 fellow Ware, Stouewarr,
CahsA nuncBtii and Toys, Fancy
Oood,;Plat4rfare, Tablu and
Pocket Cutlery, Lanpij Lanp
LooVIhk Olaiscf. etc.
In far every kind of goods lieJoiiItij; to a
QUEENSW All E
Forthetietixty oay;i win om-r the
above goads at and lielnrr co-t,rurraMi univ.
The goods mutt be sold to clotc the concern.
Close buvcra areeipeclally limited, eltlier to
ccjae and see for tbcinseltca or K-nd lliclr
orders, in either case I guarantee satisfaction
J. T. TIIOMAH.
Ailuec oi l'aoon, DaM ,t cc.
CaUo. 111.. April iri.tSTI.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
s&tiTweinktamtsL&d. Waihuvcton At
J. 0 HUELS.
.' (Ute of St. Louis,);
WOK BlNDltt AND BLANK HOOK
BLANK BOOKS of every description done
dispatch. All klnda ol
ntllii doa at Uan naxir.H . lliMea, MusU-,
JMbb. Wood & 0o
1 180 IlIDQ B 'AY KN U K
VraaUuu, Vaaei, Aalwals. Iron stuh-H
jjatais rwu, mauie MltlagN,
OAJjkVWMUOBT & WIltE RAILINGS
NKW aad nmoVKl'D CUAlH fottheatrcr,
U Atid (jeaerat A&sorlrucntof Orna
1e , " Bienu! Iron Work.
Kstlsaattt amd datirni
JJ tUUa tbe claaa of worse detlr.d, """"
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Sorricliody to take from u n thoiland lull
head, goad paper ad tlncly punted, lor
NlalempB f .
Ono thousand statements printed at Tin:
Uui.i.ktin olllce lor
One tlioti.ond note heads nrln'i-d at Till
I'LL1 in olllce for ? J.uo i two UwUMUd ior
Our tlinuininl IiihIuck rsrtl. Ilns llrltlol
lonrd. printed nt Tin: lu-ii.r.riN orlk-e lor
rroiu ;i.m to f i ou, aecoraing 10 awe.
' 'SATURDAY, JUNE 27,
The Ohio river ti fulling.
Tho fourth of July Is comluf.
The hot woithsr makoi business dull
on tho lovoo.
LWery stable keeper! complain that
Vuil&eu ilu. ....
H. Sraylb Je Co. will open a now
Old John Itobinson's circui will Is
hero on Monday.
Circuit court will soon havo teen in
session two months. .
Tho colored masons have about all
returned to their homo.
livan'i iprlkling waged make; its
dally roundi fur thoio who pay for tho
It Is reported that a number ot lino
cowi nave died in tne city wumn tuu
past fw day, tl. ute It unknown,
but It U tuppotod to in poison oi somo
A match earna of baso ball will bo
played on tho open space botweon Fif
teonth and Kightoonth streets on tho af
lerooon of tho Fourth between tho
Mound City and Cairo clubs.
The Hibernian flro company has so
cured tho servlcsj of Prof. .Story's cale
brated string band of Uit Quoin for their
Fourth of July celebration. This is said
to be ono of tho best bands in tho state.
Health Officer Brown keeps moving
and Is proving himself a very ofliolont
officer. Within tho latt few days ho has
been called upon to bun two or three
Head .owa and a defunct mule, the
owners of which could not bo found.
Fon Sale Low to Cloik Co.siif
ment. A lot of bacon, shouldors, sldos
and hams. (4tj ilALLUUV IJko's.
Cuttino. Captain Alf. Cutting, of
Motropolii, was In town on Thursday, on
his way home from tt. I.;uii.
Hev. Mistox, Uot. llr. Thayer bolng
bivui Auiu lljvvla, liar. JXl. 3flutn l
Mound City will preach in tho "Presby
terian church on Sunday morning,
C'lOAi-j). For the best Cigars and To
bacco in tho city, go to T. K. Sullivan's,
Commercial avenue, near Tunth street.
Tho belt In the city. Cl-C-10-tf.
The Hest. "Wm. Ludwig, harness
maker, corner of K'ght street and Com.
mercial evenue, has tho best supply of
harness, saddles, bridles, etc., in Southern
Illinois, and sells Idem ai cheap as the
cheaptt. 23:0-31- f
Mu. Wallah. Wo are glad to loarn
that I.ev. Mr. Wallar is rapidly improv
ing and it now able to bo up and about.
It Is not certain, however, if hi will un
dertake to conduct services to-morrow.
Toiiavco Sales. The wookly sales nl
tobacoo at the Planter's warohouso yestor
day was attended by a very Urge board
of buyort, among thorn a number of prom
inent dealers from the larger cilice. About
thlrty-fiva bogiboadi woro sold, all At ex
Milwaukee Hkk.k -a freeh supply of
tbe belt Milwaukee lager boor lias just
boon received ut tho Planter' houso and
will lo on tap at 0 o'clock this morning,
lleruaf'.er Mr. lluofntr will set an extra
lunch from half-past 'J to 11 o'clock each
day. 2-J 0-20-t
Nlw School House, Tho tlerman
Catholic are erecting a now school house
in tho rear of St. Joseph's Catholic
church at tho corner of Twonty-tlrst and
Walnut blreclt. Tno building is nearly
'completed, and will toon bo ready for oc
cupancy. It is a tery nestly constructed
The Plastebs' House. Mr, liuef-
nor, of the Planters houto, having an
nounced that ho would svl an extra lunch
9 o'clock yotterday morning, had a
house full of peoplo to help cat it. Tho
uoch consitted of all the delicacies of
tho season besides a liberal supply of tho
Tub C. A St. L. K. It. Uoau Cask.
An attempt u mado In tho circuit court
yUrday morning by Judge Muikey to
can ufu. v. .nd t. Lnu i rllrrl
oond injunction ... f0l UM but WM op
jH.inu ujr lug ufviiujj tuuucvi, I ,
probable that the caso will now be tried
at this term of the court.
iiioaa fjTANUH. ut. Hendricks who
was awarded the contract for build
Ing the stands for tho use of tho bands in
their open air conctrls, began tbe work
yesterday and the stand at tho old markot
uuuio ipkiQ was muott completed. The
first concert will probably be given on
this eronlog by tho C.iro Silver
worn oi band.
-tew oami-le nooM. It, Smvth Jt Co
will on tho first of .1 uly opon a nuw sample
twuui iu uo run in connection with tbolr
wbolfbale houle at CI Ohio levoo. Tl.v
have fitted up a vory neat and complolo
rruim iA l tit
all the choicest drinks, cigars, etc. Tho
aampl room will be opeuod on tho Unt
ftfK Flouji. "Wo are Indebted to Mr.
I'etor Cuhl for a sack of new flour, for
which wo rnlurn thanks, The flour is as
flno a quality as wo over saw, Mr. Cubl
Is ono of our most ontorprlslng merchants
and we aro glad to know is doing a big
Tub First Costem-. Tho first of tho
series of open air concerts will bo given
by tho Silver Cornet band this evening at
tho new aland at tho corner of Washing.
ton avenue and Tonlh stroet. lleroaftir
wo will publish correct programtnci ot tho
pieces to to played by the bands at these
concerts. Tho next concert will toko
placo on next Tuesday or WoJneiday
evening by tho Dolla City band at tho
stand at the corner of Division street and
Tiik Wheat Uarvkt. Tho wheat
harvest is about over in Southern Illinois,
and the farmers rrjuica In ono of tho best
crops ever known. Koporls from all
quarters nro to (ho floct that the corn
crop is looking won, and if nothing oc
curs to give It a set bsck tbcro will bo an
xcellont crop. Tho oats crop is a failure,
that If, comparatively spoaklng. Tho
stnUt arc short and tho heads not overly-
well filltJ. There will bo an abundant
crop of peaches and applet.
LIaiiLV Dkvtkk A cslorod nun who
Las taken up nuu u uun ruing wim a
whito wounn in tho lowor part of tho
city, was callel upon by his dosertod par
amour, an ebony-sVinncd daughter of
llarn, a night or two since, for nn explan
ation of his ransons for leaving her and
taking up with tho whito woman. Ho
declined to satisfy her curloiitr, and
harsh words fud to blows, In which tho
woman was terribly beaten. Judge Dross
will in all probability bo railed upon to
sc'.tln the metier.
OVEnnCLED. A tolcgrani to tho St.
Louis 'ltcpubliran' from Springfield, says
that a motto:i was rondo in tho United
Stutcs district couit a day or two since by
the attorney t of the Cairo and Vinconnes
railroad company to tot asldo tho order
placing that road in the hands of re
ceivers, and that Judga Troat overruled
the motion. Tbus tho receivers bold tho
road and aru likely to do so for somo
tirno to come. Tho road under the
management of Messrs. Morrill and Saf
ford Is doing tetter than ever before.
Tlioro Is reason no why they should not
bo allowed to run It.
New FIank. Articles of incorporation
of tbo Alexander County Hank of Cairo,
wero filed yesterday in tho recorder's of
Ilea of this county, by J. H. lteucc, L. K.
Johnson and J. "W. Johnson, all of
Springfield, Illinois. ThocapiUl stock Is
fixed at $100,000 : duration ot thoorpo
ration, twenty-fivo vcars. The articles
aro tiled under tbo stto law of 1857
Tho law undor which this organization
is mado was repoulcd by n law enac'.cd
latt winter and iroei into t licet on tho
first of July, and -It is presumed tbo in
wrpnratort are endeavoring to get i
charter bef. r tno ma in 6. ... r nf
'feet, and thns tava their organization. I
iVnot to bo presumed that a now bank
siartea at present.
Mr. John K. Lufkin of Anna, was in
Mr. Tom Mathews of Anna cama
down to town yesterday, and went back
It. D. Steelo and John 1. Doddt
promient Faducahites, wera at tho St.
Charles hotel yosterday.
Kov. Mr. Thayer loft ol Friday af
ternoon on a visit to Danver, Colorado.
Ho will be absent about two weeks.
Mrs, John "Woods and daughter of
Theboi, and Mrs. Moy, and Mrs. Plan
net and daughter of Oomtnorco, aro in tho
city on a short vuit.
Messrs. Uarclay, Dunning and Gil
bort went ell' on a tithing excursion last
evening. They aro nil expert flihernien
and of courto will return well loaded. If
tboy don't catch many fljb thoy will buvo
lots of fun.
IUE JIIIIXU.NIA.V i'lCMIC Thu Site
chosen by tho Hibernian tiro company as
picnic ground, Locust Orovo, oppsito
tho custom Louie, between Fourteenth
and Sixteenth etrcoti, Is tho bost nnd most
eligible that could bo taken. It is within
five nilnutos' walk of any part of the city,
Hnd tho freth brcczo that blows over tho
city during this season ot tho year will
havo till sweep, making the ground do
llghtfully cool and pleasant, undor tbe
ample shades that will bo provldod, All
desirous of having u good day's onjuy.
ment will not fail to visit the Hibernians
At nicht tho grounds will bo beautifully
Illuminated with locomotive and Chinese
lanterns. Fine music nnd a capacious
dancing lioor will not fail to ploass tho
patrons of tho torpsichoroan art. A cor
dial invitation Is extondod to ovory ono
un auu auur inn uate all persons uro
notified not to giva or soli Intoxicating
liquors to my huthand, Thomas Sullivan
and not to harbor him undor ponalty of
the law. Ellev Sullivan.
Cairo, III , Juno 20, J87I. 24.n-28 Ct
All persons whose liquor lictnto ox
pires on July 1st, next, are hereby notiHtd
that their bonds mutt bo oxecutod and
filed in my pulco on or before tho ltt day
of J uly, as there will bo ft special mooting
of tho city council on that or tho nntulng
day for tho approval of said bonds,
Will K. Hawkins, City Clork.
Illinois Central Haii.koav Co.. 1
Cairo, Juno Uti, 1871, J
Excursion tlckots for tho fourth of July
will bo sold . from Cairo to any other
station and roturn at one nnd ono-flth
faro. We will commcneo tbo salo of tho
tlckots on Friday, July 3, and discontinue
on the departure ol the evening train on
the 4th, Tickets good to return till thn
(ith, incluslvo, James Jounsok, Agent
R V ER. NEWS-
Tli' following wero tin arrival nml tie-
p.-trtiircst lor (ho -Jl huura timing lit 0
o'clock last ccning.
Slsamer .Mary Housteu, N. O.
" Commonwoalth, St. Louis.
" Jim Klsk, l'aducah.
" Falls Pilot, Memphis.
11 Idlewlld, Kvanvllle.
" Sto. GenevloTJ, St. L,ulf
St-iatncr Mary Uouiton, Louisvillo.
" CVmmonwclth, Now Orleans.
" Shannon, Now Orleans.
Jim Flsk, l'aducah.
Falls Pilot, Ohio riror.
" Idlowlld, Kvanvsvlllo.
" Hie. Uonoviovo, Vicksburg.
The Kivirs. Tho Mlsslttlppl river is
falling slowly above, as aro also all the
upper stioami. Tho Ohio is falling from
Pittsburg to Cairo, though thoro is a
modoratoly fair stagi of water henco to
Cincinnati for '-mail tTeamorf,
1! i-mm km ami Wkitiieii. Iluslncss is
very dull, and it is tho gonoral opinion
that it wl'l not rtvtvo much for somo time
to come. Hoatt como and go with light
trtpt, and wharfboat proprietors aro "rust
ing on their or," awaiting bettor times.
Tho wrutV"' ! I.n trankir .,n.
ivr tho Init four or tlvo lays, and the
wharf and lovoa Is very duity, and pass
ing teams and -trays raise a porfect ava
lanche of dus!.
Mlsci'LLANKjUi. Tho Idlawlld
came out from Evanivillo yesterday with
a moderatoly fair trip, but went back
light Tho Fisk makes her rogular
trips between this port nnd Padticah, but
hor business docs not amount to tnm-h
just now A 1 tho othor boat! that
put In an appoannco at the landing yes
terday bn-1 light trips E. II. Nor
wood, second clerk of tho Kohert Mitchol),
died on last Mo- Jay night The tow
boats Tom Iieoj and Atlantic aro In tho
hands of the I'riltud States msrshal at
Pittsburg, and tho former will bo sold at
auction on tho .'jib Inst It is said
Capt. VurholTor will bo tho Thompion'
I)enn first cltM next season,
Arid rnclaliccisei at Wilcox's block at
much less than usual prices -15-0-0-tf
A OKKVT HACltlFIOK.
Twclvo yardj grenadino for $1 and
many other gocls at similar prices tu 1k
had at Daniel Lartman's. 03-G-lZ-tt
Tex pounds.Uf brown sugar for tl ;
6 pounds bestjefieo sugar at $1, 4 pounds
of choico butte- tt $1; baking powder -15c
por lb; Imperil tea at $1 ; 3 lbs coffeo
Jl.at 'Wllcox'slllcck. 107 2-1-1 rn.
O. O. Bode, Director of Conservhto-j
of Music, am Teacher, of Vocal, Organ
and Piano Mitlc. Instruction given In
all stringed aid wind Instruments. lo
mcutary pririipW, thorough ban, har-
moil and rnunUT jivtuv. V7...cjomvm
Inducements ofTerd. Thoso withlng to
tocuro his servlcos'will pleaso apply at
tho Conservatory of Music corner of
Twelfth strcot and "Washington avenuo.
P!aao3 tuned and rpalrod.
Stuart & Oholionoffer a very complete
line of undorwearof all descriptions
hosiery, gloves, linen collars and cutis,
scarfs and ties. , A .10 a lull line of our
cehbr&'.ed whitl shirts, guaranteed to bo
the most porfe
ttlng and butt made
shirts In tho
Tnited States. We tako
measures and iria-antou a
fit Pricos at
all times oxccciingly low.
Having sold oui my otlico and practico
to Dr. J. Jcntielo; of Du()uoin, who
will tako possession of tho otlico tbo l'Jtb
ot June, I besepjak for Dr. Jenncllo a
liberal -lmre I public patronage, I arn
well acnualntcl with him and know b sj
to bo first-el! dentist, ani would most
cheerfully retimmend bim t ail of my
frlonds and patrons. U. K. Douglas
iVII thoiu Indetoil to u.t and nil those
is tgainst me aro requested
to call and emleat I havd sold out and
wav the l!tb of Juno.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
Iho co-porfnership horotojjro existing
between h. Ill Ward and Hi M. Roberts,
undor the fir li name of Wtd & Roberts,
is this day dliolvod by mujUal consont,
II. M. Robert retiring fronJ the firm. 8.
11. Ward will) contlnuo the pfclnt, glass
and wall paper business at the old stand
and will settle all ttlalra of tbo laid firm.
S. 11. Ward.
I II. M. Roueiits,
Cairo, 111., .JuniVMlb, 1871. 10.C-21.4t
Mr. G. VT. Smit
special agent for tho
Comfanv, Is now
stopping at tho St.
Obarles hotel. Tho
company want ft Urit class agent in Cairo,
and Mr. Smith is rjtpnrod to oiler rpcclal
inducements to one 't tho right kind. Tbo
machine is well Lntwn hero as well as in
othor soctlons of ccintry whore sewing
machines aro in use and In fact, as woll
as by reputation, is tbo very best
and most talablo macbino inanulao
turod. Any porsor Josiring an agency
win picaso call on.ir. smiin, niinoMi
Charles hotol, for a.w days. 40 CS-tf
lluuav roil BAiK. St. l.ouli make;
iigti, comrortabto and easy. Has never
been run much. It in porfect running
order, neither scratehod nor faded. W ill
toll very cheap for ?ash or on timo. Alto
light single harness, sound and good
Apply at Halliday llrotbero' otlico, Ohio
levoo. W, G, RoiuiiKs.
Notice to IIuii.seiih. Having startod
up our saw mill arrdn, we aro now pre
pared to furnlth til kinds pf building
material at lowor prices, dellvorod, than
it can be bought from country mills,
Wo havo nlso on hand two hundred
thousand foot of akioiiteu i.umhiu tbnt
was coloio-1 by slp water that wo will
sell ut from $7 to $10 por 1000 toot.
Wail - Ekt,
Charcoal In any qualntlt to suit
purchaser slU, Kiith'b, 87-ClO-tf
The kmt nlcklo cigar tobVhadal Sam.
Ullniac's, Washington avenue, noar Tonlh
hundred pieces new nrinU
Stuart & Oholson'i Monday morning.
All tLo day boarders in tbe city can
ba accommodated at the St. Charles
hotel, with first-class bonrdat second class
D. Autkr A Co. nrejust rocolvlug tho
largest and best assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, harness, otc, over brought to this
D. Ahtru ic Co. aro Just reccivlnj; the
Urgent mid best allotted of saddles,
brldlct, harness, otc, or brought to this
D, Art tu Si Co. aro just receiving tho
largost and bost assorted stock of saddles,
bridles, harness, etc., arer brought to this
Something New, Iiucks Crystal
Urilllant with glass oren doors. No oc
casion to havo burnt broad. Call and see
It at T. J. Keuth'd. 87-CPJ.tf
Dr.uos. For tho best pure drugs go to
P, E.Sullivan's, Commercial avenuo near
Tenth street. v.rcrniinn. rrfuly
propared at all hours day and night.
Sullivak. T. K. Sullivan, solo agent
for Fouquott'i Colobratod Pcrfumod Starch
of tilo(f,'tho bost artlcla of tho kind in
use Price 25 cents per box.
DiUKD Hl-i ialo Meat. Five hundred
pounds dried bullalo meat, just roccived
from Colorado, for sale by .
. D. Wn.LtAitioy,
1 1 C-23.0t Ho. 70 Ohio lovco.
Cuarcmi. I'urnacos it T. J. Kkktii'd.
Tho largest atsorlintnt ot summer
hats and caps in the city and for loss
mouoy at D. IlartmanV, C3-C-li!-tf
The largest and bcst-sclotted stock
of FURNITURE for salo at wholesale
and rotail by 1IKNKY KICHHOFK, No.
IK), Commercial avenue,opposito Seventh
Mili.i.nkiit (fouiw at Cost. Mrs
"flgg, Comnierclal avetue, corner Tonth
street, wlthoi to Inform the Udies or Cairo
and vicinity that for tbo next 30 days sho
will sell her summer mlllinerv at coil
'lease call and examine her goods, if
ou wish something lino at a low price,
boiiA Watim. T. E. Sullivan will
glv0 you the bett glass of soda water to b
ound in the city.
Dr. Schenck's Pulmoic Svanr, 3ea
Week Tonic, and Mamirakk Pill.
These medicines have undoubtedly per
formed moro euros of Consumption than
any other remedy known to tho Ameri
can public. Tboy are compounded of
Ing which can bo Injurious to tbe human
constitution. Othor remodles advortlied
as euros for Consumption, probably con
tain opium, which is a somewhat danger
ous drug In all cases, and if taken freely
by consumptive patients, it must do groat
Injury, for Its tendency Is to confine the
morbid maltor In tho system, which, of
courso, mutt inako a cure impottible.
Scbonck't Pulmonic Syrup is warrantod
not to contain a particle of opium: It Is
compoiod of poworful but harmless norbt,
which act on tho lungi, liver, stomach,
and blood, and thus correct all morbid
tucrullons, and expel all tbe diseased mat
ter from tbo body. These are the only
means by which consumption can be
cured, and at Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup,
ScaWesd Tonic, and Mandrake Pills aro
the only modicines nhich oporato in this
way, it is obvious tboy are tbo only gen
ulno euro for Pulmonary Consumption
Each bottlo of this invaluable mcdiclno is
accompanied by full directions. Dr
Schcnck is professionally at bis principal
office, corner Sixth and Arch streets
Philadelphia, every Monday, whero all
lottort for advice must be addrotsod.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
AI.I. KINH3, I1A11D AND HO IT,
Keep couttaiitly ou hand
ALSO, l -ATM.
Conner riltli Street
Mill nnd Vurd
and Ohio Levee.
WALL 6V ENT,
.Miumrm tiircr mid Healers In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMUEll AND LATH.
POPI.AR.OAK, Ul'PRUS, ASH, GUM
Hl) ODTTONWDUl), rJUIl
FACED 1,11 Mil Kit.
DRESSED PINE, Abll AND POP
LAR FLOORINO.OEII'NO AND
KJroiltro at saw mill on roiner of 'Vwen-ty-oroiui
ktrect and Ohio Levco.
UILLIAM It. SMITH, M.D.
ltKSlDKKOK-No.UI, TUIrteentti street
between Vaiutiij;toii aTeuue and Waluu
iroet, Ofllce l'W commercial aveaue, up
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
atTOHNEV k COUNSELOR AT LAN
Ofillce Over First National llank. o-lMin
John II. Jtulkcy. William C. Muikey.
MULKEY & SON,
TT0RNEYS AT LAW
Oftll'P! Kk'llttl klr'pf ttnllcnsMi
In. nutl Wnliliigto!i au'iiucfi. 5-H tf.
GREEN Sl GILBERT,
OUNSELOKS AT LAW,
William II. (Ireeti, )
)Xm? !'.'M01ll,eM' f CAIflO.IiLS.
Miles F. Ollbert, j
Kirpi-clil allenlliin gUtnto Ailinlralty
and Steamboat bUn-Iccm.
Onlcc l Ohio Levee, Itooiii- 7 and H over
City National Hank.
Ami Dealer In
FRESH MEATS, 1
Ekihth Stkekt. iiet. Wamiiniiton amu
ICcrpt. the ,..t r,f Ucrl, IVrk,.Mlltton vest,
Mub, , bniiag., i ic., mid Is j.rcpared to
L-rvc- rmillles In i acceptable iiunut-r.
And Dfiili-r In
AI1, KINDS OI- FIIKSII ilKATS
Near Cor, Twentieth Stroit and
HYLAND & SAUR
And Dealer in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of cery decriptinn,
Cor. 10th Mri-rt and CoiiiiiutI.iI Avenue,;
.Next l.r to Hit II) laud utoon.
no at s roKi:a
Q. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 7G Ohio I.CTW, CAIRO, ILLS
arripcctal attention Riven to consign
ment! ami Ullliu; order. 11--1 1
Groceries, Provisions, Etc..
No. HO Olilo Iiovoe
K. .MAXWKLL & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE &BURKIG OILS
Alro AconU for the
No. Till, North Maine Street,',
Boot & Shoe
fletwece 'IV-nth and Klcvclitli Street,
I lirenan-il to till orders without delav.
lie Iiiih a nne.titoek of Imrtittd Icatherou
linml, JitMt ii.-cehiid from Niupcrk, und liu
put uown die prices to ivo lowest noicii.
DAiN IKh ItAMPKRT
VI V T. U DEBS8BE
llih'.h Street, lietwei-n Vntliliiglon and
II. WAHDNER, M. V,
II. J. STALKER, AI. .
Otllce and ri-nUleiu e 111 (Jominrt-lal Ave
next door to the Atheneuiu. eHO-t
Wood Rittenliouao & Brother
General Commission Merchant
133 Ohio Lovee, Cairo.
O.AtraHs. R..I. AYant
A.YERS 4 CO.,
L O B
QENEJIAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Layaw.Otno()Ato. i,.tJ
J. M, PHILLIPS,
l'repreparcd to forward all kindu of
Froight to all points.
tSTlluilncfi attended to promptly.
It. A. Thorns u, m. Tboi
TIIOM8 i. BKOTHKU,
Succesoirt to 11. M.Uulen,
AD DliUU IK
(pi art Vmney lirvrlM,
foreign anil Uoiotttle
Ut Commercial Avenue,
OAIH(. . . ILLlNOIts
And Dealer lit
I.ime, Cement, IMaater, Hair, Ao,
13TI will Mil in carload lots at minulafr
turer.t prlcfi, adding frpl;ht.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Puccc'sor to John II. rhllli,J
FORWARO ING MERCHANTS,
OATS, I-LOU It,
MEAL, H HAN, Ac.
juw ivi uuuiu .uu ivnaer VOClpillJ.
f:OIt. TKNTII ST. A 011IOLKVKK,
W. Stratton. rti
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agents American Powder Company,
ar 0J0 f.xyj?t. cuno.
MILLER 6V PARKER,
FLOI'H, UOltN, OATS, HAY, kc.
Agents for Fairbank'a Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
Corner of 6lh Strrct and Washington Ave.
N. II. ThUtlewood. 1'. .1. Thlntlewood
THISTLEWOOD Sl CO.
1-lour, Corn, Oats, Hay, id.
.No. 78 OHIO LKVEH,
COFFHY, nARUISON & CO.,
(Successors to V. Hunt A.Son,)
M.Ol)B,aBAIft ANI HAT.
Ko 03 Ohio Levoo, OAIKO, 1LLH
NEW YORK BTOaOC,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAnoasT VAairrr itook nr ttni cutr
OOODH BOLD VKKY OLOHB.
ortiar of XtaetMtttk srtsraM ttta4 Cm
Q. O. VAXVU