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II. MARBAN, M. 1).,
Homeopathic riiysician ami Surjroon.
twr iw Commercial avenue. Kesldetice corner
Kouit-enili Nt. ud Washington avcuiin, t airo
Jp. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Ornci Ho. 1:W Commercial Avenue, between
Klirbtb tud Mutb Btreeu
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
WITICE Elshlh Street, near Commercial Avenge.
Notary Public anil Conveyancer.
OFFICE i-WItli the Widow' and Oorpnans' JIu
ual Aid Society.
J-1 X EG Alt & LANSDEN,
OKFlt'E-No. 1W Commercial Avenuo.
QAIRO CITY FEllllY CO.
THREE IseSSfl, STATES.
On and after Monday, June 16, tlie boat will make
tbe following trips:
LVAVKH LKAVIft LEAVES
Foot Fourth St. Missouri Land's. Kentucky Ld'g.
H a. m.
10 a. m.
'i p. m.
t )i. m.
'.I a. m.
3 p. in.
10:40 a. m.
2:30 p. m.
9::i0 a. m.
A a. m.
. 11 a.m.
a p. m.
f p. m.
10 a. m,
4 p. tn.
JpOR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII
The F.legant Sidewheel Passenger Steamer
2ll CHAMPION cdSii
Leaves Cairo every arternooH at 3 o'clock, for
Padur.au. Metropolis mid way landings. For
ireiirht or passauc apply to SOL. A. slLvblt.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS JIISCELIjAXF.OTS.
3RS. C. MCLEAN,
Has without a (Uiulit lliu nncst line of
In this city, und
Thcv, Must be Sold at
Tl.c Ladies are requested to call and examine
Price "Will bo Made S.'itisfaotory.
KlGUTIl STUEET, NEXT 1)0011 TO STL'AUT'S
l.)HY GOODS 110CSE.
Dealer in all kinds of
Cord Wood, Stove Wood,
BIG MUDDY COAL
WOOD AND COAL YARD:
Tenth Street, Between Washington and
. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
odln ot dut by measures hclie,. exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a day,
S.PMT VJ 1T PIYT IMiT'P'
u.lUijl. lil 1 111 1 1V7X
Try it ami hcc lor yoursulvutj
30 TINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
('ash on delivery of tickets.
OA1KO. - - ILLINOIS.
G. ! WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio .Levee,
"; , . . Dealer In
Boat Stores and Groceries,
'. . .. . . Of 111 kinds.
OI'KN NIOHT AMI UAY.
PrsiilJ Dairy and Gilt Edi; Butter, Oysters and nil
ktiwl rf frnit waen In season, on hand and dellv.
tred promptly at residence free. Oysters delivered
IHK JJAlhl ivlUU liUliljniivn ii nunv
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTEJIED AT TIIK I'OST OFKICK IN I'AIKOj II,-
OFFICIAL l'AI'EHOF AI.EXANDKK COUNTY
Only Hominy Daily in Southern Illinois.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
St. Jacobs Oil is a great blessing.
See notice in small ndvertisetnent col
umn of furnished rooms to rent.
The choir of the Geiman Lutheran
church has returned from Jonesboro.
Mr. E. W. Thiulecke, left for Charl
eston yesterday to tiansact . business for
Messrs. Pettis & Bird.
Mr. Will Dezonla left for the south
yesterday, in the interest of the business of
Mr. F. Korsaeyer.
Mrs. Bambrick who we announced as
seriously ill yesterday, although not yet out
of danger, is slowly recovering.
Captain Uoswell Miller, General Su
perintendent of the Cairo & Vincennes rail
road, will return to-day from the East.
Read the card of Mrs. C. McLean in
another column this morning. She has
something to sav of interest to the ladies.
If you want your Baby to look bright
do not put it to sleep with laudanum when
restless, but use Dr. Bull's Baity Syrup. 2"
cents a bottle.
Twenty reams Whiting folio paper for
etter and note heads, 15 reams Whiting
flat cap fbr bill heads, just received at The
Bulletin office. .
The biggest thing out is what the
Iruggists term Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup; its
sale is enormous and it has never been
known to fail. Price, 23 cents.
-The Sun is calling on ''Jane Ann" to
look out. If "Jane Ann" is in hearing of
the Sun's little voice she should stand up
and look out.
Have you seen those oyster boxes at
.C, Ohio Levee. They are regular peace
makers in the family. Take one home.
The neatest things we have seen are
the "Peace makers" the oyster boxes nt
the new oyter saloon, 50 Ohio Levee.
Take them home with you, one of
those boxes of fried oysters,. You can get
them at 5G Ohio Levee next to the Iron
Mountain R. R. office.
The Anchor Liuc steamer City of
Vicksburg, Captain R. K. Riley in com
mand, will lie at the landing to-day bound
for the south.
Mr. A. W. Pyatt is partitioning the
second floor of Ids business house on Com
mercial avenue, into rooms preparatory to
nwinvinir it as a dwelling house.
Mr. N. t. ruiiinnginn, uenerai Freight
Agent of the Cairo Sc Vincennes railroad,
is absent front the city is in Memphis on
business connected with his department.
If you have not read R. Jones' notice
to the public already, do so this morning.
His make of boots and shoes are celebrated
for their neat tit and everlasting qualities.
When a Paducah girl discovers tiiat
her attractions are on the wane, she gets
some brilliant aud captivating girl from
('airo to pay her a visit in order to draw in
the tardy fellows.
The Cairo and Vincennes railroad is
getting out a new time table. The work is
being done at The Bci.lktin office. The
new card will go intoeifect next .Sunday.
Mr. II. L. Halliday's new residence is
assuming shape rapidly. The tinners are
already putting on the roof. When com
pleted it will lie hands 'inc. convenient and
Mr. F. Korsnieyer's new business Iwuso.
corner Sixth and Ohio Levee, wiii, be
ready for occupancy about the v)ih inst.
Mr. K. will move his stock of tb-eco and
cigars into it as soon as it is ready.
Charles O. Patier, as a member 1'
"The army of the Tennessee" went tn
Chicago by the I. C. railroad, las! night to
take part in the re-union and (i rant's recep
tion. The Hamilton building o:s Commercial
avenue is deserted again. It.i late occu
pants. Weil Bros., have "folded their
tents" and sought new fields to conquer, or
woids to that eifect.
The funeral services over the remains
of Thos. Connors will be read in St. .bvph's
Catholic church this afternoon. The
funeral cortege will leave the ividi tiee,
corner Nineteenth and Poplar, at 1 :::o p. m,
--The Metropolis Democrat says: "Mrs.
II. C. Loilin and her charming daughter,
Miss Maggie, came up on Saturday even
ing from Cairo to attend the .buus Shoe
An extract l rom any payer in Illinois,
republished in "Oberly's paper." compli
mentary of. John H. Oberly, has about the
same effect on the editor of Potter's paper,
as that of shaking a red flag in the face of
a wild bull.
We have it small job of plastering in a
room, also a cistern to repair, work that we
have wanted done for a month, but can
find no one with sufficient idle time on his
hands to undertake the job, Can any of
our friends send us a innn
Wo heard the music which Prof. Lis
etibergi band furnished, at the Rough and
Ready sociable, highly complimented yes
terday. The Professor is our oldest and
most thorough musician and that his music
should he above criticism is not a surprise'.
r,rTsWtxT. TPnwnAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 12
"Health and personal beauty depend
much upon the condition of the teeth," is
the opening scnteuce of a circular covering
a bottle of Dr. Trice's tootheno, presented
us by Jlrs. S. Williamson. Mrs. W. keeps
all kinds of Dr. Price's unique perfumes
Rev. Bishop Gilmour of Cleveland,
Ohio, has used the great German remedy,
St. Jacobs Oil, and, endorses it highly. IIu
writes about it as follows : I am pleased to
say that the use of St. Jacobs Oil lias bene
fited me greatly, and I have uo hesitation
to recommend it to all as an excellent cura
tive. Don't you forget to remember that the
Catholic ladies, fair and festival will be
held in Temperance hall, Tenth street, on
Monday, Tuesday and AVednesday next.
All are aware of the object of the fair and
the ladies should be encouraged in every
possible way by our citizens. Buy a half
dozen tickets anyway, and if possible at
tend the fair in person.
The Vickers Brothers have sold their
newspaper interest in Metropolis to the pro
prietors of the Democrat. The Times will
hereafter, under the editorial control of A.
K. Vickers, be published in Vienna, John-
sou county. Mr. lckers leaves Mctropo.:
with the best wishes ot all. We only fault
his politics; and his Democracy is not of
the worst type. We wish him success,
Dmocrats; so says an exchange.
Wash Steel, having been engaged m
the ungentleiuanly pastime of striking and
kicking one Chas. Williams, and Wash's
witnesses, who were to clear him. all going
back on him mi l swearing against him, he
was fined by Squire Osborn, before whom
the case was tried, according to the ordi
nance relative to such cases. The line was
five dollars and costs.
The high sidewalk on Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar is in a "lad
way." The planks, with the exception ot
a very few are all rotten, and so are the
streamers and uprights. Every once in a
while men can be seen at work on this side
walk replacing a plank or two and every
day or two afterwards new holes are again
visible. The walk as it now stands is a
dangerous one and should ere this have
been torn down or entirely rebuilt.
Mr. James Knott, one of the
teachers of the colored schools,
resigned Ins position last Monday.
His scholars assembled to the number of
over one hundred, at the u-ual hour for com
mencement of school Monday morning, and
the announcement that he had resigned and
there would be no- school wa. to use a
worn out expression, like a clap of thunder
from a clear sky. He was well liked by all
the children aud their regret at parting
with him was expresse, in the usual manner
The Echo Dairy is growing into con
siderable proportions. Mr. Wright informs
us that he keeps twelve cows here and
thirty at Odin, and that it is his pt:rpo?c to
keep his whole drove on pa-ture at O liu
next summer. The milk lrom abroad W
brought ia cans, by express mornings and
afternoons. He has made some improve
ments in his dairy lately, adding new vats
and machinery for making choice dairy
butter, part of which is a 'treadmill K
furnish power to work the butter paiih s
and the churn. "Jim," the shepherd dog.
will run the mill.
The "candy pulling" night bef re last
was quite a financial sucee-.-, besides fur
nishicg a were! of amusement for the ii.il-
area, l ne charge el cents at toe i . i-.
intended to keep the jam fr.. iii Leo miug
too great, seemed to have had a contrary
effivt. Ap; arently. the boy that eouM ; t
raij a nicked had left town, and each one
present gauged his enjoyment by the i,': iti
tity of noise he could make. Tie net
amount reali ' 1 was sjlfj ."0 live t- liars
better than the oy.-fer .supper, and :.s one
of the lady managers i xpressed.it, "n-1 half
the trouble and annoyance." The i,i.:-r-tainmeiit,
vitiia variati'-n, will be rep.- it..-. I
-It was five o'cl 'k yesterday e'o
wle i we were apprize) by the olUV. r.. of
th" arrest of Delia Holn.es, a colore i dam
sel of easy virtue. Is appears that she
was disturbing the p, ;,.. on Fourth street
Intweeii the ave.'ju-s, when officer Tylt r
attemplci to arrest her. But his attempt
was net a successful one for he had to con
tend with riot only Delia but also with
D 'lia's mother an 1 Delia'.- moth r's dog
which was a big one, In iitleiupimg to yet
rilot the dog he shot nt l.iia. but lie did not
succeed iii getting the dog out of the way
until he hail received a severe bite in the
arm, Tie report of Tyler's piso brought
Oilier Seliuekers to the sc. ne who arrested
the woman and calubnos ., ,er. This is
tlie correct, story, and in brief,
We had just returned from our
supper when in front of Tun
Bn.i.KTiN office we were stopped by
two colored women w ho asked us if we
were the editor of Tin-; I1i m.!.t:n. An
affirmative reply to this eu'jstioti caused
one of them to draw from the pocket of her
flowing gown which was placed into our
hands with the request that it be published.
We give it below without any alterations.
I,t is tough on Tyler:
"I'der Sii'tctit of Cario What Is ourSity
Coming to ( ulcer tiler Was maker, a rest oil
deaile homes in her under Cloth and her
mother Was trying to pcrsade him not choke
her to detTi after knokiti her done ami he
drew his revolver and final at her lied tho
h 'ekend time and the dog once I think Our
Ofecers Out to have more manWliod a bot
them then to Shot and Kick and choke a
Woman her mother dident interfer only
tryd to get the ofcer to let her pot her cloth
and take her naket Sopose he hado n killed
A largo anl respectable assemblage
met at the Reform hall last night to cele
brate the second . anniversary of the Cairo
Temperance Reform club. The crowd
present was sufficient to convince- the most
skeptical that the interest felt by our citi
zens in the cause of temperance was una
bated. Although we took full notes of the
proceedings und would be much pleased to
lay before our readers a full report of the
doings of the club and the sayings of'its
members, we can impossibly do so owing
to the lateness of the hour at which we
write. When we entered the hall ('apt. W.
M. Williams was delivering the anniversary
address, his remarks, as much as
we heard of them, were sensible,
forcible and to the point, and he
was often interrupted by applause.
"The Teetotal Mill" to have been rendered
by Miss Mamie Stratton, was next in order,
but owing to the fact that that young lady had
contracted a severe cold, it was dispensed
with. The Rev. B. Y. George read an An
niversary po:'in. composed by Mrs. George,
which was listened to with very close at
tcntiAi, and, judging from the hearty ap
plause which followed the close of the read
ing, it was highlv appreciated.
By far the most interesting portion of the
proceedings were the five minute talks by
the "Old Gaurds" an 1 we sincerely
regret that we can not give
them to our reads this morning. They
deserve publication all of them being
good. The following ate the names of the
gentlemen who indulged in these talks:
Dr. C. W. Dunning. Mr. S. P.Wheeler,
Mr. Moses Phillips, Mr. P. W. Barclay, Mr.
John Cornell and Mr. J. J. Randall. Mr.
N. . ver an.l .Air. i- . M. ar-l were
called upon and excused themselves.
A sentiment was then read by MUs
Hattie McKee, on behalf of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union, which was
replied to ty Col. Lowry. The speaker,
after fairly entering upon Ids r.-ply.
warmed up with his subject and certainly
did himself great credit. lie is a man
who is tie roughly in earnest who be
lieves every word lie says and we o:i"y
regret that we can not give
speeches were interspersed with songs, an i
after receiving a number of signers the
meeting adjourned at about ten o'clock.
The Anniversary meeting will be continued,
as the programme s ivs, Wednesday, Thurs
day and Friday. Mr. H. Clay Sexton, Mr.
Robt. Scott, Col. Geo. Rabcoek, Mr. Charles
Nye, of St. Louis, Mr. A. C. Brown, of Me-
ancc orators will be present.
If you want a goo. dish of Oysters served
in any style, or a hot cup of coffee, go to
"O Ohio Levee, next to I. M. R. R. office.
Open day and night. Families supplied by
the can. Selects "0 cents, mediums 4',!
cents per can.
A. T. DkBafx,
MOI.KN -ST, KKWAKH.
Strayed or stolen, two milch cows. I
will pay $!.-, iv,',;. rd for information that
wili lead to the detection and conviction of
the thief that drove them oil'. For discrip
tio.'i and particulars apply to me.
CilAKI.Ls I.AM As'n:;;.
Loo:; ATTJOK FltU'KS.
Real ostrich tips. V-j t ."in cuts apiece;
feathers and wings, 10 to 1." cents each:
oU trimmed hats, at .'0 cents each; o0
trimmed hats, at 7o cents each; children's
cloaks, si 00 to .t'.'OOeac 1; ladies' and chil
dren's Icggi.ns, r,o to 7o cents; stockings,
o to cuts; handherehp'l's, . to cents.
A large stock of Price's perfume, and tin
entile new stock of jewelry at
Ml:s. S. Wit I.MMson's,
l'lu'-l'KKT. xPAi:E-i;il! F.'IV.
At the packing house of Ilinkle A:
Moor on Commercial avenue, pig's feet,
spare ribs, buck boi:es,and other trimmings
in large or small quantities my Ibrsale at
very low prices. New laid for family use,
invites special attention.
OYT!.!tsi K KKY 'l Yl.ll.
Harry Wailo-r has ju-t received a large
nssortnient of Pivsh Oysters, and wilj serve
them up iii any style. Von can 00 and get
them any way you want them. The oyster
counter is under tlie management of
Mrs. S. Williamson has a (annplcte assort
nicitof zephyrs, hlipper palerns. c:tiivas,
etc., also an Immense ntock of Ruchings,
very line. Oriuiinciital vases, luingino
baskets, balloons, etc. Ladies icady made,
underwear a specialty. Her stock of fancy
ribbons is the largest and best in the city.
Rortree's Duplex Corset and skirt support
ers, all numbers und prices,
WMF.IIF. WILL I 1,0
To yet a good pair of Root or s s made
to order, from the very best material? (lo
toR. Jones, Commercial nvciiiic, Atlieiieiini
building;. Workmanship and satisfaction
fjuurantecd. No lit, no pay. Prices to suit
0i.dti.uk I'Iiicm at the barber shop of
J. George Steinhoitse, on Eighth street, near
Alexander County Rank, flood barbers,
easy chairs, sharp razors, dean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 83 cents, shampoo
83 cents, and other work proportionally low
Remember the place.
The annual meeting of tho stockj
holders of the Cairo and Vincen
nes Railroad Company, will be held
at the General Office of the Company, in
Cairo, Illinois, on tho 10th day of Decern,
her, 1S7H, beginning at 11 o'clock, a. m.
Roswfxl Miixeu, Secretary.
Caiuo, Ills., Nov. 11th, 1870.
A NEW St IlKilE. '
A fine silver tea set will be drawn for at
Ticheman's billiard parlors on Christmas
eve. Every person paying for a game of
billiards will receive a ticket entitling him
ton chance in tho drawing. Tickets can
not be obtained m any other way.
MUS. S. WILLIAMSON
Invites the public to call and examine her
stock of trimmed hats and other milliniry
goods, notions and fancy articles, which she
will exhibit on Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday of this week.
4 LI. ADVKIITISKMKNTS in this column, of
l live lines each or less will lie piililUlicd lor-.'.'i
cents everv Insertion: 1 month, l..: a months with
out chime, 31.1m per mouth. Each additional
linear, cents, summons wano -I fire.
l'olt II EXT.
A furnished ln-droom, lielVo'iav repaired. For
particulars Inquire on the preiie.ses. .So:;;, Tenth
Three liedrooms-fnriil-lie.i or nnrurt.lf lu-il one
liiri front room, two sneiller rooms, l-'i.r lurt her
particulars enquire 0! .Mils. A. A. HAIillKI.L.
Fine steel Miu'Pivintfs, fur'siile. Ci.neot In.
ImhiuM of the piildislicrs fur less than l.voo c-ucii.
WIII he sold Miie'.y for lo im each, or the lour fur
$ln.oi. KiKiuire nt 'I'm: 111 1.1 ktin hltiderv
OwNKie-aiel purchaser of Heal Kst-ite in Cairo
should lie sure liiey lo.ve ft i;Aod title. I 11111 Mm
prepund to furnish nhstracls M ren-moiWe r-o..-s.
Otlli-e In Court Hoi'.se
A serle- o No. .' f.otliU' c'ips and Iovm t ca-e
partly wo:n. hut suitable lor p.sier or programme
work, coii-i-tin-.'ni' hrewer. U.ut primer, plea. r-at
primi-r. par e.'oti and d'.uh.e cii.eis.'i letters and
tl'.'Ilres lull lltill couplet.', t it (10111 spares Mid
Tlie Winston farm in la.la-ki lountv. on the Lank
ot the Oiilu river, and I luiies froi.i li. II station,
I'pOaeres.. ,0 m res utnler I'-i.ee On ham of u!.o;;i
la acres. Has 11 frame ilwellii,' of il rooms. (.00J
cistern. A', a har.- an. A ppl earlv.
.M..I. IKiWI.KV'. Il K.Au-tt
A r.ook to Evt'i'v SuWrilier!
r 11 J-:
A Hook bv 0
!'ie of li'.o paes, e;i,.
Tin: norsi :i:old,
Tin-: sjt k i.'oom, i ;t( :
( olitrilinleil hy r.v. r !.n,jj, . to tlie Home lie.
partincBt ol the I hii iiL-.'Irileine i'.uriii the y,..
three or lour omk It e.ihMii,. noire infurmiit :on
than 1I0 the Jl r.i ;-,, i. i k. Uf'.th
!"s-seii,- th. Imj,r;:i:it aihatita.'e m, rail uth'rt.
ol li, in.'
I 'r.-K't ictil J-'.x j.c'i'ii'iii i's nt I 'I'.icl io.'il
" I lllllll'" I , -, ).,.
These select, original am! prai tli nl ciiitrihuOiii "
from so many Indies, have ueer I . fore appeared i i
hook rorm. anil this ,,!innc i- i:,r i,. nml oicv
N't Have lOxolnsi v ( '..nt ml (' t li
Hook in thin Lo':ility:iinl if t-.,ti
! Ohtfiiiii'il only tlii'imh
This ( lli",.
A op of this I'relul :,:,,! ( nj,,,,,. Viilunic
v i! I. 10
Piir.ESTi:i r EKi;v Sc.:-f i.i.iki:
N' l-ll'IKLV Iiri.I.I ITIN
'l'liisi in tln ( 'Imici-Ht I'T'c inliitn
J'ivi'i CMvoii to Nivs,'iii'i
Sll llMOl'i IjlT.s.
So tiling of real anil oraelli al v.-illie. The Poll, s
will he (le-.'hie, will, It. Makeup vonr -ul.seno.
lions now. If jour nee.'hliors iiou'1 lake 'i'io li 1 .
I.l;lt. tell Ihelll of this oiler. Thevilll Mailt I il.'
imperillid theliook. Vim eet a Is-eoluiini. s ...
New -paper, nml aeail'al. praetlial. us.lul l,ool, ol
Pie nii;ep. tor tin; priee of the fori:. er.
Now is Vour Opportunity.
"FOUNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
1 STEAM 1'ORtiE.
Vulcax hiox AVoiiks
Id OHIO LKVKK. CAIIto. II ,s.
J0J111 T. rieniiic3,
HAVING estahllshed Ins works at the nhove men
Honed pllli e s lielter -prepareil than ever for
inaniifiii'turlni: sienm Fuitliies and Mill Machinery.
llavuiL' 11 Sleum lliimmer ami iiuiphi Tools, the
iniinnlncoire of nil klmls of .Miichlnerv, llallrond,
Steamhoiii und llrhlite FntarliiL's mmle a'ieeialiv.
Kspeclal intention cjlvcii to repairs of hi -lues iinil
line's (.'asilnt's urall kinds made to ordei
Piiill F ttlnu In all lis hranches.
TO.i'ks)A YUAR. or Jl to
'J1' 11 day In vour own loenlity
No risk Women do as well
us 1111:11, Miuiv iniike nioro
llian the amount staled
almvii, No 01111 can fail to
make money fust. Any one can do the work. You
t an make I'roiii , Vie to J.' mi hour hy devnllii)' vour
evening anil spare time to the luislness. It costs
liolhllltf lo ry the lltlslliess. Nothlllt! like It for
Itinhuy tnaklnu eviirolleied hefore. Husluess pleas
n:.l ami sirlelly hotioriilili', Iteiider. Il'you wnnl to
know all ilhotil lliehest pnvltiu linslncss liel'nre the
ptllillr, send lis your address und we w ill send vim
lull particulars and prlvutu terms flee; samples
worth ?( also free; you can then tnnke lip vour
111I111I lorviiiirself. Address UF.uKGK STINSON
i 10, l'orllnud, Mnlue.
J. T. WARREN & CO.
GU'GG Yk Second St.
Foreign and Domestic dried aud canned Fruits aad
Yetfctahlcs. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Tick
les, Sauces, Oils and toudlments. .Soup
stuffs, liaklnu Puivtlers, ground and
whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
Soaps. Seeds, Jellies, Preserve!
Fancy Groceries and Gro
Stock unparalleled in theHvcst.
SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUEL.
ALL SORTS, SIZES ANI STYLES,
Also M:iLi;!'act.:.-er t f and Dealer It.
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
Tilt KlSI s OF . WollK tViNK To ( il'.JI.'al
NO. :. F.IGHTH STLKKT.
CAIKO, ; ILLINOIS
piIE CITY NATIONAL BANl
(..': in, lUiitoifa.
W. !. II A I I. IDA Y. Pre.Mer.t
II. L. HA1.1.IDAV. Vlr..-1'r i'l. r.l.
II. S.MllII. Acting Us!-f.
. "TAATs tavi.or. w. p. halt iwt,
HKM1V I. HAI.UOtV', 11. H. ( . .SMNUHAK,
. V- ILt.UM-e.X, STKi'lUN bail),
h. i(. CA:i:s
F.K hanee, Coin and United States Isondit
IJOlGilT A Nil SOLD.
Di posits received ar.i a c-'aeru'. 1 t.ka.s hesluen
Winters I'lock. Comer S. M iiMi st n et and Coin-
Illetl ilil Aw iltli',
De.ir-s lo inform the citienof Cairo at.d U-:i:itv.
that she has a
New anil Lai'irc Stock of (roods
Willi ll she ttUi sell at A TCAI. f.i.T. C'-'!.:t!tlS of
Hats and DoniuK
And Fine Itnjioiteil llo-e or Ladies and (. n.
J li the vi'ry late-! disiem. 'i ! n !om a-pi s
ilili' atid uooit-markeil in plain t!'.'er..s. Wi'i i.ot
he uiiiii 1-0I1!. 1 aii ntol evatnuii'. No troi ! e to
shou l'i'O'Is. I.iiiiies who (:u ,nt s 1 e v. tly
watit w ill piia-.i ;isk f'r i'.
LOOTS AND MIOi:s
HOOTS AXJ) SHOES
.V.llh to Or::, :
fijo.m Tin; i;i:t m t;:i:!.l (n mk-i.tno
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT CL'VR
ANTKED. W-JtcpalrLci done with tealiiess and de-pati h.
Mini': Washlii'loa Avenue, N. U. ( en er
r 1 s 1
H S H
tu ? H w
R C i
AV A XT'II iA,',,lvB I'nrllestoact niOen.
ilil ITj 1 '''"I Audits for the sale of our
. . .. ... speeliilltles. 11 11 si 11 ran
respeclaliHi. (looils sell rnjilillv. We pay a snlsry
or a libera coiiiiiiIksIoii 011 sales. From Slim (ft
jf'jiKln nontli can he mini,. ,y lh men. Itiireeliiiitcuf
Vi;l.k-or?v!,l,V1:7 Addruss-TIIIFMI'II MA.NU- '
AUliU.u COU0Mourou bt.,CUUai;o.