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The Cairo daily bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1870-1872, November 28, 1870, Image 3

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"Freact Victories nil Alon;r Uio l.lmV
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VA 1m-jWWM Nov. 2?. Tim report of the
.x-K a .M..i(iiFJUla,iinUo ut Xevlll.i is cohlltmed.
Fighting was going on nil along tin
llne.tyunday night. Tho French have
Vh. carried everything, i
carried ovnrvtlilnif.
Tho light lit Vendome to-dnv resulted.!!!
j . .,n rr.SP..v'V,(iri'v l'runlnnn wcru
if X H -rlvibnek,',ftfia tol Mo prishnhrsV' It 1
bcllevoJ tliut a deelslveattlu, jiiis hctii
fon vymv nvnvu.
"TicMfJfov. I.A great French vic
tory wris won at Vciiilonio ,vetorclKV. .
lliu government Ims nesvs that engage
ments all along IAiirclln't Hues ro.ultud
lavl1orifi fur tho Fruncli.
NoWToMVenoh suceesos fit Amlen,
OorUll,,Jourfs, Vongenn Oourt, ..Son
vlllc, Vor'rio'n'a'nd Artcnny, Iim Iicom re
ceived. ,t xln . A-'..,
A hcavr Qcrinon for.B li mnroiifii'i- m
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The Danokhof Dklav. Dot few di
cmcs rcquiro tnoro nttvntton tlmn Cold nnd
Cough, and few nro moro genernlly neglect,
cd. How many yunont, when they taken
cold consider It of no Irnportnnce, nnd let
run on, without refloctini; n rnoiimn't on it
conicqucnccj. rfomombcr that neglect
ed coldi ara frequently diinceroui, nnd often
rciuiim aucMctiaoituilllctilt to cure. A -
3 1 i f ; juujisau-prouuecs n cougti. itien
. k L M.l. I . 1. - I. 1 1 1 . . ' '
Ul S.VlSJfi k'11inllnltB9."aldc, fevvrtrflfiaillCiM
raathlntj, nnd Anally end lit Coniumutlon.
"Who would eurTer from a cold, wih tho
rrobabllUy of. a, or!oiu attnek Af -.Catarrh
WC BlU t iaflutnin, Inflamnmllon of tho
lrfjrV.', wheri'that efflcient preventivo
MISHLKKS IIKKB HITTKHH can bo
1 3 hid At'ktiMmcn'ti notiecT It Wllltwinoro
tht .tickling icnsutlon which iirecedin a
cold, proTcnt hoannwi, chock coughing,
tpel the'mucui 'gathered in thu bronchl
and refill uccMfully that fU destroyer,
coniumptlon. novfs'cndAwfw
' w - , .
a-- . i .
' tVf UltW,.irunmtp, Krrrybodr, Uok
JiaS.A. Here!
nvi Ri'l, fathers and uietbor-tlics.o
, Wffh' tr? specially dodlcatedto
you. 1 hauj)," 102 Commercial nvenuo
hai brought on tho largest stock of toy
and .confectlonaries ever opened in Cairo.
We shall not attempt to enumerate. We
hall only say that the supply ernbrnces
vcrything yet Invented to pleusc, in
itnsct and entortidh llttlo boy and girls
Mnr of tho toys aru highly urrumoiiul;
i t'lriro rcry curious, and nil nro fulfy
forty per cunt, cheaper than liko urtlclcs
worcover befure ollered in this market.
Little boys and girls, even folks of matuu'
growth, rind It imjoslbiii;to p.jf?aup'
stablishmcnt without stopping. Tlie at
trartions Ituldo aro irresItiUf. And no
wonder. Think of twenty.. Ix largo cases
of toys steamboats, b-couiotlvc. o
diers, horf.;s, dogs, e.t!, olpbanti,
dolls, toy furniture toy that walk and
cry do everything but think and talk
anltnah that bowl and bark and quil
and bollow bnlli, marbles things cu
rious, things Ingniou, things ornamental
,nd all so cheap that anyboily rnn secure
a full supply for Christmas'
Then again there aro tho coiifcclloi.i
tba -largest and baU stock 'ever seen In
Cairo. Candl, mint mid gum drops,
fancy caudles und kisses everything in
the candy lino, and all of, (ha purest qual
ity and most popular brand, jjlut enough.
If you want toys and confection for tho
holidays 'br nny other day, thero Is ono
place where you can suit yourself beyond
doubt, and Unit plncu it nt I'. Snnp's 102
Commercial avenue. novlTtf.
a uiticK dvi:i.i,i.vj iioi'si: ion
SALK.
A two t3ry brick residence, admirably
arranged, with largo ground ( f lots), hit
uatnd'on tho corner of Holbrook avonuu
and Twenty-third street, will bo sold on tho
iuosi rcnsounuiu terms, it is located on
high grounds, In nn excellent neighbor
hood, tho grounds containing lcnring fruit
trees, vines and clioleo selections of shrub
bery. It ls, iti-liort, ono of tho complctvst
omes in tho city.
Apply to W. II. THOMAS,
AtThoinaf, Green It Aldcn'.t.
Tint Okntuai, .Mkat Market.
Messrs. Frod Koehler & Co., of tho Cen
tral Meat Market, desiroit.undcr.tood that
they keep all kinds of meats, beef, pork,
mutton, lamb and veal; that they buy nnd
slaughter tho bet and fattest animals
brought'tothis market dress nnd serve
out tho meats in u neat, and cleanly wan
ner, and deal with ovorybody fairly nnd
squarely.
Markat taskoU.of customers delivered
frco of churgo to any part 'of-tlstfcUy.i '
Fresh sausngo on saloovory morning.
Buy your meats, then, nt tho Centra
MeaJ Market, near thu corner of Tenth
street, on Washington avenue.
sep t!9 d.tm
Pork Packers and L'rovMou Dealers.
Wood & Boyle, So. 13o Ohio Levoe,
have engaged in tho pork packing' anil
provision business, and aro prepared to
pay tho highest market prioo in cash for
dressed and livo hogs, dt to till ordeni in
their lino at tho lowest tlgures ruling.
Farmers of tho surrounding country hay
ing pork to soli should call on tliom before
making contracts elsewhere.
Charleston CoiinVr copy 4w nnd
chargg thli ofllco. nov24tl&w2w
NEWS or IKE cir,
ILLINOIS CE
TRAL RAILROAD.
r
XetrlT-lino .Table..
Tr.unaoii'iue Illinois cvnni Rnlro.id tiDW.sr
j . ... ... . r . -. . .
2 riTuiu nn-...jnp9rwrini;tu-n h.IWIuk uv.. ..
' -Mall tmln.srriiv..;. ; im x. u.
r Lipri (r,iiijjrrivcK, SIT-Jii
Jiatl IMIfl Kill Lut.KtjL. UZ
' Mri.$ tritlitlliihiN. Srk.ii .nl
Ai-rommo titlloii trail! leuvea ,.tL';.'VI r. M.
Kroljjltt train, arrive at U.IS. T:.V :irul MiSO n.m.i
p!rirV end leave at 4:4i a.iu,, anil at lilSnrid
1 ..ill
tVWlJ'rrij'wiee Family Flour In bll,
Wanted. A girl to ilo general homo
work In u srnnll family. Apply nt the cor-
hpur,i,QSuvvnlutlrj!t mid JcU'ereon uvp-
II IK'.
IJlllklK AVIl Flll'l' I.fwnll Tllnra nlll
luii raltlo anil frco lunch nt tho KMorndo
(hIooii ((night, nt riitio oVIock. Kvury
body U Invitc.l t(i lm present, ospccially
tlif lOiniirfi.hiSlilnri.
llt't-K Wfir.AT'. Clioicii HnckwJiciit
flour, for miIo in fjiiiuititicUij.jiU jiurij
crMTliQJiypt1iiti mill corner of 21
MfcetliniS 1hiolevtn, fJnlro llliiiou...
IjllB-
Utl)
Iakk Mninion I.Ivor Kiulator j it
wilIrinoro nil utiplea.ant UaHnw nnd
tniiko yni well,
I'rcpnrfjl oijly, hy,tlH.
on, f!n.
iiuvj&lAtwIw
1 -ritu. iiowahu iiMia
"heathen Chlbtd'1
I -fl t . 1,1 ..
m io- yvtioruny, unowmg mm no da
FTiM
phunt of tho city. Citiieiuwero onablod
to tell which ,ws
clothe.
tho "heathen;" by his
Mn. HuitNKTT'a ilitograpli'gallerycor-
nerof Mnth treet nnd Conimorclul ve
tiue, Is tho place to go-to stcuro lifit clnss
plrTures HK prlccj ar very ov, nnd he
guarantees sntNfactlon; 2t
-itti:.ti6 Deltas A special mealing
of the IMln bao ball club will bo bold at
tho Hibernian engiiiu bouse, on Thimday
veiling; Jfovembcr 30th, 1870, at fl o'clock
p.m. A full nttendnne Is desired.
novICdSt M. J. JIOWLKV, Sec'y.
11 k Wikrik Time. Tho best buildings
will burn from unknown-unavoidable
causcs. tjfg that you nro Insured beforo It
is too Into.
Oufsarenll gilt edged compntiles.
nov2Mlw C. N. HUUH Krf Agont.
Tnor. who uso snectnrles. am havo no
gn-ater comfort than a nerfl-ct tmlri sucli
can bo procurul from our well known
agentsTabor Hroi.,OMo I.ovoo CMiro,Ill.
who arc folo'ngonts In this plucc for Laz
arus Si, Morri perfected jpuctaclei.
: ilov2;?di:wlm
- This sixth parlor conrert will bo held nt
tho residence of Capt. W. I. Halllday.
Tho programme in preparation is u good
,onv, -upasdng in miiio particulaM uny yet
presented.
Should tho wonthiir continue deatnnt
the nttondanco will bo largo, and wo aro
quite sure that no one will go nwny dis
pleased with the eiitortalnmcnt or the'
ho.pllnllty of Mr. and ilrs. Halllday.
Ma. Mathkw Walsh, one of thooldosti
and best citizens of thu 1'ouitli ward, was
ierlously hurt, on Saturday night, by h
through the hatchway of a barge, .'f
)Y. lost hU foftiiig nnd foil, with his. full
weight against tho frame of the hatchway,
Injuring blmv.'lfklnti-rnally. Hi condi
tion Is critical, but a vigorous ton.titutioii
may bring him through all right.
Tin: second lecture under the auspice-
of the Younz Men'sChrlstlnii ' iViofiaf
tlon will le held inl'thb 'Atuoiiwuin,.'
on tho ovenlna; ! of Docoinlertho 2d. ,
uno lecturer, rrowsnr urognry, i n
gentleman of groat culture und acknowl
edged ability, and will ciiU-rttdii hi. mi.
dienco most handsomely. -Tickets enn be
secure.!, at nny time, nt tho book store..
Miu H. 3li:vr.i;' surcess In buslnei is
duo to soveral fact-, eblef nmong whlchnrct
these: Ho Is apractlenl tobacconist; keops
a very largo stock.of tobaccos, snuflV, ci
gars, etc., of all grade, nnd sells nt tuch
Hiirnll protlts thnt Chicago, St. Louis and
Cinrinnall liou-ipf do not nut claim to un
dersell him. itctail dealers in tlio sur
rounding country know this, and conse
quently go right to Meyer's to mnko their
purchases. '.'t
-,ik.
u. tlio.i
Tub Surpriso .Store is situated on
corrior of Sixth, street and' Washington
avenue. All goods aro marked in, j)ain
figures and at about half the usual, price,
mu . - ..e..n.. r....f.i ... i.iV
ine lame nru ru. .ucwiu.j iionra
W had. the pleasure cf meeting to-day, I
Mr. I. Schlerngcr; photographer, of Kv 1
nn'svllle, Iiid., who is about to locate in Cai-1
ro, having bought out Mr. J. O. Bagwell' '
well known gallory on tho corner of Klghth
street and. Ohio lovee. Mr. K. wiU tqko
possession ubout the mlddlo of tiqxt month
until which tlmoho will transact business '
In nnnncctlon wltli Mr no.rwnll II.. I...
vites an inspection of his ork, and sueti
!
a iharo of public patronngo ns his merits 1
M an artist may entitlo him to.
and see tho bargains in our beautiful Irish 5 VnoluiTOus.i'iio meat
and Japanese Vopl ns. 1 o come to stay., m , , V & d Co "at
and Imvo no catoh-ponny arrangement, , Vnthl to,( vcmi0 and
gift enterprise or lo ery. hxamiuo our h Mr-, .llt osnct, ,,,
list of price, on small bill,. nov'JU. I ; - J ' 0aywuuU
ils '
Tiikiik vn qullo n.llcrco boul n't fisti
cuff in tliu Fourth wtird, Inst nlglil. Ono
otlhfciCOiiibritunH bears innrks of 'rough
usngc. J
-NpT'To 'Ui!J)KTtii;ij.t WsJ'u'w'Jw
!nrtod to grSiliiidB by l'hiilon's Vllnlia,
or Snlvntion Tor tnu llnlr, nro iu vivid. u
J
thoio.of jiaturp, iiiuf thu chunuu is not nf-
:ted py?ii disreynrd
tui
nrationr, tho vitfilm Iiciiik
clean. So nedlnictil. Sold by
nlLJlrt
gilts and fnnry giod di.llor
I
I86i,w'l
JUT
Sixth
Many:
Uvoiltim i.
J.
....(irchi'Stra
....(itmrtutto
I'iono
Solo
Solo
Duct
Tinno
In tho morry time, etc.,..
(Jrnnit Concert .March
KeRiling.
When tho I'ule Ioon, tie,
Krnanl....
luttruinctitiil
Lectio dnlk nnd lectio zing.
Wooden SIiom
l'inno duct
Solo.
,i;tt-op.JJrlllf!inll..'t
- -. T - -. , y
Admission, L'" ccnU.
IIo.mk Ao.viv. Alderman Thcobnld
roturjiod homo yesterday nftornouti, jr
st'caidtf Hmie Silver, from Saw Orleans.
Ho visited that point tn meet some friends
from tho . old country, whodosir'cd blscom
pnnvniid escort from Kew'OrlcanYt?) Cafro!
Tho f coiner ,upou which bis friends ar
rived, brought over eight hundred etui
grunlK, flvo hundred of whom propoto to
lofatein Toxm. " '
Mr. Thonbold reports tho'b'asthcis'as'poct
In KcwOrluansnkdull. Ilo found no place,
In short, that presented nny better signs of
thrift than ara seen In Cairo, nnd returns, ,
tliurcforo, fully Impressed with the, idea
tliaj "thcrif Is no plnco lik home.'; .
Wen ro (indcr obligations t the Alder
mini for ii basket of nice osiingea. rfjt -
The lire lolls rang out an alarm, last'
night, for, tho first tlmo in vcck.M.l.'ople,
dashed along tho streets in uvery diroctlon
ono bad boy making liiinsolf conspicuous I
by crying out: "Goody, goody; thero's j
g wine to bo n lire bully t" Hut thero.
wasn't nny liro b-jyond iho burning of a ta
ble cloth In nu upper foom of tho, Perry
House. Soma thoughtlcH person hud left
a lighted CNiidlo standing on u table, and
tho cnndlo burning down or toppling over
oommiininatnd the-tlro to tho table covor.
Tho blar.o filled tho rtom nnd gave out
such a glare through the windows that
parties passing tho street supposed tho In
terior of tho building to be in llnmei. A
neighbor rushed Into tho room and soon
crtlngulshod tho tlaiiie,tho lire boll ceased
their clanging nnd two tiiinut-s Inter tho
town was again at reio.
Local Uukviuks. Tho inside masonry
of tho new cuitom house I u 11 complete,
nnd nothing now Mulrrsu vigortHis proe
cuti'ju of tho i'uriouter work.
Wood und Uoyle are paying tho high
est market price for nil tho hogs they can
get.
Me 1'wen, who has executed the finest
Jobs of oruumcntnl plastering to bo found
iu Southern Illinois I expected to plaster
the new custom bouse.
Our (Jorinaii i-lt'en have organized
a Dramatic. association, and will give Sun
day entertainments, In l,lilllinrin9iiio ball.
Tho- opeijin;; 'exhibition will bo' given
probably noxi Sunday J f '
A lot of Chtnueu laborers, oighty.niuo
in number, woro nt our wharf nil day yes
tern nr,-on board" tlm hteflrnpr Ittehmotid.'
They vru en routo f-r Not-(lrliun,
A wry cniitlilemblo item in thu ini.t
nos of (.'alro I the forwarding of cotton
Jia't per Illinois. Ctntnil mllroad. The
daily t-hipmetits will nveraen three or four
luindre: bulei. l'.very consignment ru
ci-lved goo forward iu a few hour.
J 'J
J . a . ...
s As D!d'ra:o ho was -.d.. boosed, bit
XVi;oU, iiluved tlu "ilou dod:: "' dttlto ine-
ees.fullv. IIelelarcdthnt irfortv ve.-irs
l.e had preitehed the gmpei: and night
- und day hu iiiado the culnbootu. vocal with
' Ming, ot pr.il.e. A kind he.irted minister
of thoclty, hearing of thiwdd iiiau's liu-ar-;
cerntion, vUttd the .Mayor mid n number
. of the e-'iiiioilinon mill persunded them to
eonent-t'i the old man's release. Tho
ininlHtor not only did thU, but gave the
old man money with which to
pay his passage out of town
About two noiirs afterward, tho "pious"
old ehnp entered n levee saloon, whooping
drunk, swearing that ho was "half boss and
half allgaor, that ho could outrun, throw
down and whip nny man of his ago and
incites in. thu .Stnto t Kalinoy.xJ'rom truj
lt recited fuctjtvu aro inclined to tulievu
that the kind-hoartod; nilnlster .oxpgndod
'jiis sympathies and cash tipoii uit lindeser-
t'ylng judivluunl, and is, to tluit, extent, tho
i ylctliii.pCuiisplaced condd'ence.
' " '
,,,, .... .. -4 L...,M,rirei.it
expect jiini to establbh'when ho "upreads
Mmo'lf." t' Kvv'rythlng U now, -freshly
paiuted, mid woara nu uir of cleanliness
thnt noonu will, fall to commond.
flayer & Co. nrp among tho oldest and
most experienced butchers of tho country
nnd imvo learned that it pays b est to koop
llrst elms tneaCs, and commau I tlrst class
custom. If cltlzons would, t efore, sc
curo splendid fresh inputs, poc beef, mut
ton, veal, lamb or sausage t y can al-
wuys'llnd thorn in any quantlt desired tit
h(lVoplo' iiirit market. Just try It. tf
I'ahi.or
ratijtnciijntlicSixtli parlor concert, to bo
rven nt ttic rfsinrnoc or,0'apt. W. J.".,lIuU.
Lecture.
Tho public nro hereby notified that Dr.
J.M. Gregory, 6f (Jhnmpnlgn UnlTorsity,
will deliver tho 2nd lecluro of the courso,
icrotofpro.announcad, nt tho Athoneum
WiWyUv6Ji")l&l'$ 7 J o'clock, Dcc. Sd.
Admission, 50 conts. Jfo.recrvcd seats.
Jl'.ickcts for sale nt W.-B.jtockwbll & Co'l.
book store, und nt thu.tloocUirl. Friday or
icping. Hy order of tho L oturo Commit-
M 1$ -h U: M' & ASSOCIATION.
nov liBdtd Jf
f - - I
ilar cominuaicalion thd
idvcnlng,-No.'B8th,l
rs fraternally invllcd.
Hy7ffr.Ju?ol sho V.,M: ' ',
CUA.S.FOimKST, Soc'y.
" ! ! i S
('uAhTKR Oa'U CooiCtNU 'Sovsm ssnd
Evening Stitr heating stoves tho best in
tuo for salo by C. V. Henderson, 100
Commercial Avenuo. Seo advertisement
nug20dlm. '
D. Lamiieht. Ohio Lovce, between
Eighth and Tenth streets, W enlarged
ami Improved bis slmvlng and lmlr-cuttlng
nnd is prepared (o i-liivo rnstomers in
first clnss stylo.
Clenti towels, ahnrp razors and courteous
attention nro- among tho nUr'iiotlohs'of thi
clablishnicnt. tf
Fresh Bnltlmoro oystcri&crycd in any.
stylo desired, enn bo obtsrtned, nraiiy hour
of thu day or night nt1ouli Herbert'
restaurant. Also oysters for salo by tho
can, in any quantity desired, at tho snmo
iirion. . tf
.1 r 1.. i- t-
. Shull.oy'tora,, received every 'dayJby
Louis lrctbert.- wtf
LIFE INSLn.V5CE.
jJISSOIIllI MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
Vft'ICI-.fartliw-t Cr. r north and
' Ollvr alfe.la. Hi. Loala.
AiiCr, tlh at. St Commercial At
CitivoJ Illinois, j
Cash Capital,
Cflf.IiAHi.eU over,
$200,000
AIlTlirn B. nAHML-T, Prea'l.
lti:.JiM SI.I.IA1SN, Mrc'jr.
I'. M. HAWKS . CRAY, IU La Sail itrtet,
Chimitei sit M.MRfrit forlllianlt.
0. P. ToriTX, Clro, Special Anl for Pouth
em llllnot.
I'rriultim. pall to anl fiollfotlnn" by C. N
ch-,-Jhiof irt Natioiul Hank.
ooml-in
c?,i:e?,hs, it,
I N.IIYTir V CO
TTcrxzsoxjZisXjai
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE,
Alu, krip roD.Unllj on hand a most com
plete Hmk ot
LIQUORS 'WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
OrXXsTSJ.
Pfl, Madeira, Sherry, Calabaw
WINES.
U'.. ncent" tor J. Iteid A Co.. C Uhrated
WIIKKLINO ALK.
We sell excliitlritf for Cj.Ii, to aalch fMt w
lurira in. aiu-noou ui riu larifaiu oujer
SjM-yUi aitentlnn Slu-n to thlxm orJ.i.
TIIKJfOTr."
H. M. HULEN
QROCER
A M II
Confection Merchant
Has Iteiuoti-d to Hit Old Staud
134 Commercial Avenue
WlieruliK.ulioi l h tonlini'Hnee of patronage
lili fi.rinwiiect. snrre, n mi 11 ii Hist of Hainan
ni-M-oiie h nmy H primt'iiriH'erle.gprorislonsj
et., reiiiiirkulil)- i-he..p urr.ili.
Tt-rniHi Mriitljr euli, for wlilcli he will nil
oer fl-in llm lout-M. e7lt
jji vi.ci:.nt,
DKAI.En IN
GROCERIES
Plaster Paris Plasterers1 Hair
oaaxtAJDNrar. o.
Liinu In Hulk, always, oh Umm4
CORKER 8th StT&OHlO LEVEE
CAIRO,. ILL.
HVAHDEK,H.D., Cairo
ltP.xtUKNCK Cnruer of Mneteelh strc.t
WHilitniiRve. OKKICKOn Commeielalauue
m over Pt or)U'. 0(-'r"lCE HOUIW Krom
n in.- io tiin Ciimlnys oxceptiul), and from S to
p.m.
C.
I.U.VMXCJ, M. u. a-
llii:NCK-t:ornH Math and Walnut
Jl-'KICK Cnnier Sixth Street and Ohio Lit.
oKl-'ICK HOl'US-Krom V a.m. lo It m., and
pin1
W" ILLI AM K. SMITH, M.lj
HKHll)UNOK-.N'o.-JI, Thirteenth rsw
tietireen Wa.lilneton Avenue and Walnut Htreet.
(II'KOK 1! Cotneielsl Avenue, upstair.
ui. cniHi
Xnr Often n I'ull Mno of the
CEIiEnitATF.il IIOL'IILK WAItP AL
I'ACA. TUBWAIIIIliaTON
BLACK ALPACA
' ' U Superior In point of
BRriXlVrtCY,
MIIADK,
r . .
WEIUIIT,
't QUA LI TV.
A!SI) PUICK,
Vn astr otls.r II rami 1st tlif !llnt,el,
And In speclnlly atlsplnl to
FALL WEAR
Iii-luu llio licki boo-U liiinortcd. Kverv la.ly
akniiid rinmiiip them
lie mtltM nn rx.imlnMlon of Ms
Fall Slock
' k OK
D R ESS GOODS
SILKS,
SHAWLS, .
'WH1TEQOODS,
HOSIERY,
GLOVES,
NOTIONS,
Etc, Etc, Etc., Etc.
Which he offer, at lower price thast
ever.
Ills StOek l(
sBI'.PXaS
CARPETS,
Boots and Shoos
HATS AM A1S
18 FULL AND COMPLETE,
and will lm
Sold at the Lowest Lit lug Prices.
Low l'rlee. nnd l-'alr IlrallrsK.
CALL AND HE C'ON VINCi:i
oelST.ltf
JgXTr.KIMtlSK
Savings Bank
Charteresl March 31, 180tt.
UrFICK i.v
Clt.v National Ifiank
C'AlltO. ILI.l.VOIS.
OI'I'ICKIIM I
A. II. MAKFUItl). I'rcnlilfiit t
H. H. TAVI.OII, Vlje.l're.l.lentj
W. IIVHMH. Seeri'tiry and Treesurer.
IIIRKCTOIISi
p. w. iiAttciav. ciia-s. H.u.iniiKi:,
P. M. STOCK KI.KT'I. rUI.I). StllllJII.
It II, Cl'.NMMillAM. W. . IULMHAV,
J. M I'llll.l.ll'H.
tlrpotlUaf any Amount Itecrlvril rrr.ni
Ten Cells l'ivariU.
Inler.l ml J on il(Milt nl Dip rale of 0 nor vent.
tier Kiiniim Murcli l.t nn.l Sept. 11.
luterMtnnt Hitlilrirn 4.,ileil irnine.lluli li- lo
Hi priiwipat ol'llie.lvp lt, thereby ivina tlK'in
enmpauud interest,
Married wouicn aad Ctalldrvu
May lepolt money o tlml
MOOMK KL.SI-: UA. UHAW IT,
oen oirry tiunlue. thy from o n.m. t :s ii.m.
I ,atnr.l.iy etenniK lor HAVINiJ iu;i'ihira
y, Iroin U In (V(M-k.
uu-itf W. ltVrti.OITfrnier.
fjlllK
first mm.
-or-
OAI JEL O.
lNI:i. ISl'ltl). iTlxlllelllt
itisiir.it r v. .nir.f.i;u, vice.i're..;
SJ S. SSS'SJIli:., Ctt.lilrr.
Collections Promptly Made.
fjxcluitiss1, .'olii, Ituiik .oie
iitssl I.Mlletl sinless Seeurl
Ilea Houglit aiisl
Sold.
Iisterenl Allowed on Time Bepoaila.
rpiiK
A
CITY
NATIOHAL
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Ml
Capital -
$100,000
W. P. IIALL.IDAY, Prasldents
H. flAPKOHU, OashUri
WAbTKH IIVHL.UP, AaaUtaut tta.liUr.
MUHCTOIIK.
Mast. Tatlor W. I'. Halllday,
rait While, llobt.ll. Cuaalaahss.
Use. B. Wllllasaioa, Stephen lllrd,
i. Bator.
GxohHUKe, Colli and
V. S. lloiid Boulit
and Sold.
339jposBltsa Rooolved
AXB
a i i v I stllal SV.H
TICKET AdENOY.
AlltO GENERAL
Railroad
AMI
Steamboat
Ticket. Agcnc,v
ItKl'ltlKXTIMiTllhM'OM.oWINO tINW '
Memphis & St. Louis Packet Co.,
Comprising the following llrit-class I'iMcnger
Htenim-r I
llelle MemphU,
City of Chester,
Hello St. LoiiIk,
Urnnd Totvor.
THE
Vicksburg Mail Line
Comprising the
Clly orAllmi,
CltyofYlclisiiunr,
City of Cairo.
.lulln,
Murliio City
Huhlcuii.
run
St. Louis & New Orleans
Packet Line,
Olive llrancli,
Xollln Able,
Great Itepuhllc,
Continental,
Dexter,
Thompson JJrnn,
I'milliif Curroll,
Itlchmoinl,
Cuiuiuouncallli.
Will Uase on
Thursdnyn, Satnrdajs mid Sundays.
TIckMburg Packet,
Will Leaie on
WedneidayN, Friday ntid Suniiayi.
Cnnnecttnc with the MoUle un l Ohio Railrnsd
at Coliiriliil. NntiTilln and Nortliwe.tern Kail
rovl at llirkmani Willi the Momphla ami Clinr
leton, Mllip!i an-l Tenne.Hee an J Memplil.
nn-l I.nilla vllln IUIIro, at Meniphl, aint with Hi"
Ht. rranrle, Whit anil.rkanwrtTerfaek.tat
lliosnnio pl.re. Ti.e
TIckHbnrff 1'aekcln
Will tnike.onnei'tioii., nNo, with the Ark.mtsi
riser pwketa at IH)leoni with Southern il.il
road nn, Vioo river ami New Orleaua lutekeM at
Vlcknturit.
Xcw OrleuiiaPaekelM,
Miking all w.-iy l.nilng, depart lrlwcekly.
One of tlto AImivo Steamers will
Leave Cairo for SI. Louis Daily
tionneetinit there n tth nil thn ItillrovL runnlns
out of St. Ijuts, ami with tlie Miisoiri rlreranl
upper Mlilppl packi-tn.
CIIAS. It. It Y 1.1!, Ticket A?e t
OI'KHXi
a,'J.M. I'lillllpMnmiiiolts sharrbst
c.iinss. ii.MNoiv,
Where Ihrjtiifli tiiki-l limy I"1 procuri-d for all
p)inl. Kat, We.t, .North nn I Month, reache.1 ,y
tlienlMii. lines r through r.inii(vlloin inn loly
tlii-m.
WILLIAM BltANT,
llenernl Tlclut Ai;ent, Ht. l.oiil., Mo.
Nov.?J,IS70-.ltf
ItA 11,110 ABS.
Q
IlICKEST KOUTi: FROM
TIIK NOUTII,
...TU
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. I
Ht. I.oiii, LuniHTllle. ltielnnall
cuieuKo. ,cw moru, jsoion
,,,,.IID ALL
PointM JKant and tforth
la..eBcr Trstlssa Arrive at amU leave
a.M.r mm iuii.ni i
Mall Kipr.ss.
AnitiVK-amo a. .n...........M..Jiii n. M
nr.I'Ar.T aiuo a. n auor. n
lloth train, connect at Centrnllawitli train. on th
MAIM" LOE.
I'ii mi, Item t nr. Illnoinlnittou, Kl l'n.o
I, it Sulle. .ilrmioin, i- i-erpuri, .i.iriii.,
mi nr. unit rtll iinlnl. In lllliiol.,
"MLmiiii-I, .lllnnemtii, Wl.s-ois.lss tul
IIMl 11.
Ami with liue.rnnnliiir Iiit and Wct for .
Kl. liOtil!, Springllold, I.oiiIsVIUp. Cln
i-luituti, litHiau.ipoiu .V IC1IIIIIUII,
An.l
at Chi.Mco Willi Mieliwn central, silent,
illliern, tun riii"ura,
and liliu .& Umlri'ud for
HKTI'OIT.
NlAflAllA KA1.L3
i:i.HVKI.A.tI), KIllK
M'.NKIItK,
lltlKFAI.O.
.i.ii.n i,
iiiivton.
.NKW THHK,
I'tTTSUUIill
CIIII.Al'kl.l'IIU. IIAI.TIMOHK,
w.smiiiivi. wii, aim
ALL POINTS EAST.
,
Kor through ticket, and information, l'P'T
at lllliiol. Central tlallroad Ue po 'j(IV,.0Vi
Oeiienil l'aenxer At'Ht. Chlciyo
M. IlltOlltrr, tlen'Hl nnperinlennrnl.
J. JUllNrtOS, Ayeal, Cilie.
CIIIIXFIKM ILLIVOIS
SOlITIIKtlK"
On and ner TliiiMdny, April l.'itb
(milt's nill rim us lollovts:
uiuaosoftiirisr-iesva .raixuiuiu.
.Mail.
A, si,
-I:M r. m,
i:iiri' ,
uoi?iii auaiii.T tn, r4
Kxpres - 'i,"!
Mall -l
MaUtiiitcluui connection" at l'n: ulthlllinol.
Central li. It. tor I'air i and all iioint. eoutu.and
with t no lii'l, i SI. LetU K. It. for Indianapolis
nnd f.unia ville, .ml nil point ea.t and .otitheast.
Aln, nt Sprliiutield with the Toledo, Watuth A
M'e.tern It. It. lor ynlnry and all points wet, and
ulililli. Ihli-HisoA fH. l.oiii. It. U. (or St. Ixiul.
nmt Cliicaso, mid nil poniihiioiih and northwest,
K. DOPOK, Gen'l Supf.
JOHN KOiiOlTT.Oi-n'l Ticket AkI.
a rtttf
jpOSTUKS,
HANDBILLS, CIRCULAR8
Ami all kind.
LBQAL AXIS eilMNKRCIAI. 40II
fltl.Vri5iO
I'erfor.ned t-h. tAllto itci.i.rrr.w urr
UliloT V und.-hiMply
WK
B"1
THF 8fSf AMD
j-I-.il
r
Wood Cook
Has iho rnlent Flro
WARBAJiTED XOT TO
ror.Salehy
Beerwart, Orth
i30osMerclai AtJ
Cairo,
eeptiS.I
coifsCiw-roawj
J n. PHILLIPS & Ci
(Successor, to K. 1). lien Jrlcka I
FORWARDI
Cominisrion Mci
PROPRIETORS,
CAIRO, ILLI
LIBERAL ADVArlCBN HADE l
ISITMEim.
m)Are nrenare.l tn reeelte. .tor. I
freight, to all point., and buy and sl
roieiioo, i
iolla.lnes attenle4 to with promptl
WO. D. P1TILLIN,
(3uocosorto Parker A rhlllls.ll
aCNKKAL
C0MIV1ISSI
A 11 D .
FORWARDING MERCHJ
An.l Dealer in
Flour, Meal, Hay, Corn,
asran.
r Cor.lOtht. &OhioL
VA1HU, 1LU.1UU,
Z. 1). MathU...
jyjATHVIM A i nt,
FLOU
..AND"-
Commission Merch
1.15 Ohio Levee, CAI HO, ILLINC
Scil attention Klren to tho purchase s
flour & gra:
IU W.Mlliia.
Diss T.
V IMIIKKK.
M'
ILLKU
COMMISSI
Forwarding Mercha
iji:ai.eiis in
ii.ouit, con, oats, n.il
Xto.i 3Qto.
No. 58 Ohio
C.1IIIO, IM.I.VOIS.
rVSNITVES.
N. HAKIICL.
DEALKR IN
riTIlNITUtt
OTrmmxrmxxr.
Bar Fixtures,
NLASSWAHK aad HOUSE FUlHsl
IXU GOODS,
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVER!
Ctro. Illlnola.
T EADY'MADE CLOTHim
At;
i. wai.de:
COB. UTII ST. A' OUIO LEVEE
Cairo. - - - IUInd
Ila. iu.i reeeivodafull and compl.lesloek i
RHDY-M.de CLOTH.!
AND
Gents' Furnishing G
Of every deaerinllen, which will be aold at j
that will not tail io.au an pirrcnaa.r.
iti.Kuaranteed. Ui. stock of
Shirts, Hats, Caps, ei
la'nol excelled in point of pnoe, style sad l
l.liutui.or wijvimi Biaiafi.

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