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THE CAIRO BTJLLETI3ST, J"U3STE 2
MOUND CITY AND 0AIKO,
w cj'pt a r wvtn runT-TR
L blhAM lUU,OAUnii
;ait. William h. HAKuufK'i ,
FOUR TKTP3 KVEIIY DAY
CA-XIRO .A.:tr:D CITY
root or iinitn "ut,
At 7 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 P.M.
At 5 p.m.
Leavk Mm, Citv,
w If AliMJIT,
At 8.30 a.m.
At 11.30 a.m.
At 2.30 p.m.
At G.30 r.M.
WILL LAND. WIIKN IIAILKD,
BOX rA(.TOIlY, llAWK'tl LANDIXfJ, Kr.
mouth or cache,
II A H I n K WATH,
CAinO AND NAHHV1LLK
The to lowing He.mera leave Cairo
on the days and at the houM below-named
TALISMAN, Kvcry Monday ut 0 p.m. j
TYRONE, Kvory Thursday, at 6 p.tn.j
LUMSDRN, Krery .Saturday, at 6 p.m.
For Freight or raisnjte apply on board, nr to
1HOOH A MALLOHY,
Jo2f7llf 1 IS OHIO I.KVKE.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
Tli botntiful sail lljiht drniitttit lentnpr
nOIUtr.Y INr.llI.i:Y Master,
LT(!iClroJll ntSp.m., IVIuotnl.ily
9i.m. flsrlng luprlor n coinin''llion. h
oiiclti publlo puronixr.
I'urliculir 'tontion rmel ic cullrcliou of In.
TOICD clirl, but the I101I Hill not m rr.pon
inierir th m until coUrcird,
A WADOYMAK, !M. I., Physi-
jlm., cinn, nurgcon ano Accoucncur, lor
inrl ol Anna, Union Co., lllmoia, Uhh .rma.
oniijr iwid in cltjr. OFnCE-OimnifrcIrl
Arrnue, btw-n stn uml vth Sirtl Wm iiJ.
W. UVSSISU, M. I Het-
IDE.VCE-Corn-r Ninth ni Walnut
UKMCE Corner Blith Hlrrt and Ohio Utr
OFFICE HOUIW-From a.m. to II m and
ILLI4M It. SMITH, M. U
KERIDRNCR No. II, Tlilrtnth re
twin WhU)(tton Arrnua and Walnut Btreat
OFFCK-IH Comrirlal Ainu-.n inr
HWARD.VEII, M. D.t Cairo
BEfllDENCB-Corn.rof Ninttnth at.,
and Waahlfton r. OKFICB-On Commrcial
ara.tOTar ih PotlofflrA. OFF1CR JIOVHH
from 10 m to 12 m., (Suodatu ieptrd an4
Irora l.to 8 pin. ' '
I. Ii EN . M ii 1 KF Y
William J. Allen,
aaftiatMl P. Wurali
Particular attention paid loriirrand admlrahy
Oal Hmmi 78 Wliilar'a Block.
KEEN V GILBEKT,
A1T0RXEY8 AND COUNSELORS AT
WillUna II. Urtin. t
WtllUan M. Clllbcrs,
SpoclaJattenlion gireo to Admirallj and Siram-
USftc Ohla ! tlooana 7 apd
vr Cttr If atlanal Bank.
Savm Tr.MK, liAUOR ani MONEY
OYXB OTHIR ARTICLE IK USE FOR FLOOR
AMD HOUaK-CLKAMINO, ARK
, Jat It furnishes water and doea the scrubbing
ad mopping at tho rame timo.
Sal It will do its work In ono-fourth of 111
lime rtqulrd In the ordinary way.
Sd-lt will do the work of the scrubbing hrnh
M, tbat costTi centa each.
4(k It will rare the pr.ee ol Itself twice a year
Stb-lt will not raise a dnt.
Ik The rubier enn b replaced for IS cents.
7th The head Is malleablo Iron, and will last
lit If you win)) to use a mop, or cloth, to dry
the cornera, remove the tin, and insert yourcloih,
and you hare that additional ad rant age.
EVERY FAMILY, STORE, SALOON
HOTEL AND STEAM HO AT
SHOULD USE THEM.
1 am prepared to furnish I hem by single doten
rgroaa, on ahorl notice. Addrenk
WM. HENItV, Cslro, Ills.
210 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Cairo, : : : : Illinois
Always on hand a fine stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
ar Particular attention giyen to repairing Fine
STTho largest stock of Oold and Silver Upec
taclea la the oily. mylMm
QITY SHOE RTOIIF.
BO life, AOEKCY FOB
Shoos A Slippers.
CaaatMrclal Avtaae Coruar ofEIhth
Ktract, Cairo, 111.
Particular attention raid to all trdern for
HOQfeKIRTO and. BH0EH.
-VYftUK llJii Oil I
-Ico It In demand.
Hotter than blitzes yesterday.
StrawWrlcs aro becoming scarce
Tho strcols nro unploAsantly dusty.
Yesterday wag tho hottest day of tho
-Mump, aro afflicting young humanity
Whero Is the plir pound to bo found,
and whon ?
'Leafy .June'' has brought with it tho
breath of thu tropics.
Who is Macqufln? Mr. Wesley
lhoriins is after him.
It. H. Cunningham lias on hand an
Immense stock of gooil
Luwyor Wlienler Is now sporting tho
handsomest turn. out In the city.
A Imhy bonnier nt llio Orphan Asy
lum died yesterday at 11 o clock.
Tho city is remarkably quiet. Tho
lawyers aro all absent at Mound Citr
The colored people propose a urnrul
steamboat excursion sonio timo soon.
AVn id. II Wa.nnr n..i.it.i. ii.
1 " ' " ' jrt Uirn till HIU"
teoroldgical report received at this slntlon.
Men's Fine ftcal Skin Oalters, and also
"Prince Alberta,'' at Elliott & Hnvthorr V
Wo hear that a pnrty of Calroitts
contemplates a sojourn nt Crltttcndcn
-Thornton Is uing his now builditii;
tho market Iioju rebuilt for 11 store
A man in n b-atly state of drunken
ness was lodged In the cnlaWtro lmt even
Flouk. Choice Fmnilv f lour in bbls
half bbls., sank, Ac, fur sale nt tho Egyp
tian Mills. su
The sidewalk on Tenth, between Wal
nut and Cedar streets, Is in a dcplurablo
A crazy man refused to sign tho Cai-
ro and incennes railroad petition yestor.
-Old city scrip is crawling up to par.
It is worth now ninetv-flv cents on tlio
Three new "mackerela" were arrested
and confined in the calatooe yesterday
-Jack Wintor. with Cant. Dui'an't
Eckert, will go a picnlcing to-day up the
Marshal Cain has shouldered his gun
to show how dogs, untagged and running at
large, are killed.
Tho escape of tho prisoners from tho
city Jail yesterday mudo things lively In
tho highways and byways.
Jack 'Winter is down on tho Cairo
and Vincennes railroad enterprise, be
cause TlIK liUl.I.ETIN is up on it.
Hundley has invested his f 3,000 pri.o
money In a Loveo lot, and proposes to
draw enough next timo to build on It.
Tho City Council will meet In joint
session to-night. Appeals from the assess
ment of city property will b ccr.sidorcd.
Oenu' Oxford Tics, l'rin.-o Alberts
nnd Opera Slippers, at tho uCity Shoo
Store," corner of Commercial nvcnuo and
Eighth street. tf
Dcvoro says that tho sidewalks ncod
not be robuilt for three years yet. Patch
ing will make them endurable for that
length of time.
IIamii.ton'n Iluchu and Dandelion, as
good an article as Ilclmbold's Duchu and
for Uss money, for sale nt 1'. G. Schuh's
drug store. my'-Mtf
The nows of the death of Senator Sam
Casey, brother of Dr. Casey, of Mound
City, was a sad surprise to his many
friends in Cairo.
"Who is it that does not like smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast? Tho Famo
Cook stovo will bakothem in five minutes
timo by tho watch. tf
Two prisoners escaped from tho city
jail on Wednesday night. An outsider
furnished them with tools. Ono of tho
lucky boyo was arrested yestorday morn
ing. Mr. F. G. Schuh, druggist, Commercial
Avenue, near tho postofllco, proclaims his
ability to sell Feather Dusters chcapor
than any other dealer in tho city. m'Jltf
Comptroller Ilurnctt is n lui'ky officer
so far. Only ono citizen has complained
that his property has been assessed loo
high. Rut to-nlglit a hundred may ap
pear and complain to tho council.
Judges Marchllden ind McCrito aro
now reported to havo said that they arc
opposed to aiding the Cairo and Vlnccr.
nes railroad becauso Cairo will bo bene
fitted, and tho county prcclnts will not.
Seo advertisement of Dr. llutts' Dispen
sary, headed Rooks for tho Million Mar
riago Outdo In another column. It
should bo read by all. myOdwly
Sherifl' Irvin returned from Spring
field yesterday, and Capt. Halllday from
Chicago. Irvin brought tho State capital
along with him In a whcel-barrow. Ha
loft behind tho mob, called tho lcgl
Tlio cow ordlnanco will probibly bo
modified beforo it passes tho Council. It
will probably prohibit the uso of cow bells,
which aro musical only In tho lines of
rural poets, and roqulro cow owners to
keep their rows up at night.
Capt. Ilamtilcton has propoiod to tho
l'rcsldontof tlio Cairo and St. Louis road,
that Pulankl county will glvo $100,000
u" 11 100 con,Pn"y wlllMH,s
posed lino of tho rond and tako It
. PuUskl eounly
uondi If tho company will cbango tho pro
Two ordinances ono directing the
Mayor to subfcrlbo to tho capital stock of
luu uni'lim swuK
tho Cairo and St. Louis Itallroad. and tho
nther directing him to aubscrlbo to tho
capital stock of tho Cairo and Vlnccnncs
Itallroad, will bo submitted to tho council
A book-keeper, who has seen better
.1..... .t.l.- -r ii
down fit tLo dtt monoJ, ' dcuf
I ...III. . I . 1
and without work a poor devil who is
entitled to sympathy, arrived in Cairo a
fow days ago, and, not being ablo to get
any employment, becamo a beggar In pre
ference to becoming ti thief. Finally, to
crown his misfortune, ho fell Into tho hands
of Jo Arnold who secured him bonrdi.i
witn Mcllalo for thirty-six days.
Qcn. Ilurnsido has applied to tho
Trustees of tbo Cairo City Property for
tho right of way down tho Mississippi to
the depotgrounds below tho St. Charles
hotel. Ho has also applied for a dcod for
fifteen acres of land In the Fourth Wardi
on which ho agrees to locate tho work- I
snops oi tne company , nnd for n deed for
one nunureu acris near me old fort. 1 ho
deeds fortius Urge tract of land, donated
hy the Property (.'omnuny. nro to bp
I I " "
' '" company
in New York and delivered when a train
of cars has been over tho road from Cairo
to Vincenncs. I
An opponent of tho C, & V. Jt. 11., 1
ono of tho regular moss-covered follow
declared yesterday that the County Court '
should not accept Hurnside's last proposi
tion. " You can see," ho said, " tbero is a
swindle in it, olo why do they nsk that the
l-onds should bo placed in ' Escrow.
Everybody knows that Escrow is no placo
for bonds, nnd I predict that If the "
londs over find their way into Escrow, '
the citizens of that place will gobblo
them. Hut I'll trust Judgo Ilrots in this
matter. He suspects everybody's ,
and I know ho will not
allow the bonds of his county to go to Es- '
crow.'1 When told that "escrow" meant 1
ndeed or bond delivered to a third porson
to hold till somo act is dono or somo con-
dltion performed, he said that might do
to tell the marines but wouldn' go down
him or the County Court.
Hki.nh dciicrous of yearning a honest
livelihood I a few days ago a ppliod to
Mr. Macqucin for itnploymcnt thinking
he would give It to me, being a great Re
publican but was Refused on account of
co,or nr,(1 wishing to let it be publicly
Known oi ins treaencry 1 availed myself
of this opportunity to ex pots tho fraud
hoping all good citizens will look on It (a
vorably in Regards to my plea as a good
moral citizen I still remain the same,
It MR. "WESLEY THOMAS.
Fitwjerald'm Sam ilk Rooms. l'er-
sons bibulously inclined, lovers of the ex- 1
hiicrating juice of tlio corn and juico oi tho '
grape, or malt beverages, should call lm- (
mediately at tlio samplo rooms, on corner ,
Commercial avenuo and Fourteenth street
Besides everything in tho drinking line,
of the purest kind, ho has the most fra
grant Havana cigars, Importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds. Fitz
gerald keeps a first-class place, and has
with him Jimmy English, who knows ev
erybody, and knows the wants of every
body and who is n gentleman, every
inch of him.
Tiie Festok Cobh Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenue
and Twentieth street, is now in clinrgo of
Mr. M. D. Gunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted It, invites the at
tention of the public to thu fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with the very best article of corn meal.
Orders left at tbo mill or sent through tho
postofllco will reccivo prompt attention.
Did You Ever? '-No, I never," saw a
tnoro cozy and complete barber shop than
that of Anthony Esclibach, one dcor be
low the post office. Tho room has been
newly papered, tho floor newly covered
and tho wholo establishment put in first
class order. Eschbnch is ono of tho most
experienced, skillful and accommodating
barbers in tho Stato, employs courteous
and expert assistants, and keeps just such
n shop as citizons and strangors will tako
n solid satisfaction in patronizing.
St. N iciiolah. Day bonrdors can se-
curo good accommodations ntthoSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $4 per
wook. Tho houso is at tho corner of Ohio
loveo and Eighth street, a central location,
and" is proprictored by Hariy "Walker,
who is nllvo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on Inqtihy nt tho office.
Skwino Machines. Attention of
porsons wishing a first-class
sewing machino is called to tho
lato Improved- "Wheeler nnd Wilson's.
They cannot be excelled for u family
machine, or for light manufacturing pur
poses. All aro Invited to call and exnm
no tho improvements. J. C. CARSON,
np30dlm Agents, Cairo, HI.
I do not blow n other bnrherH do,
Nor keep my rasors llko King Willinina ynnnl
llecauso his sword, as all must know,
Though handlod well, was rough,
I keep toy razorx slinrp and keen,
And Cups and Towels always clean,
Perfumery, too, of all the lire.mli,
That's made In tills or foroiuli laud.
'riion fnrrltan uliavlnit rleiuio to tton
AT IMNIKL LAMPIIKIirU IIAUHKH HIIOP.
Oh Olilo Mevee, m yi,
In where such work is ueatly done.
To These tho Attention of the Pnbllc
I Kapcclally Invltrd.
Allah. Tha barber shop of Wm. Alba,
on Commercial nvonue, near tho cornor of
KIghth strcot, Is tho placo to which all
in i e , . . ...
. " g0?u V . . .,
...itijiU, bllllll bJU VIV Ul fclT.ifcjr ...... v...,
wind their wav. tf
Meats. Tho tiranch mcatshop of James
Kynaslon, located on Commercial avenue,
noxt door to tho grocery storo of James
Carroll, Is now In full blast, nnd this pop
ular butcher is supplying all the refined
meat caters of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried him glvo hltn a call. tf
ltimc'ss Ilimc, at tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio loveo, is conduct
ing his barber shop In a first-class style.
It Is a modol establishment In overy par
ticular, and whllo In his charge all its cus
tomers will reccivo courteous attention
and tho benefit of excellent workmanship,
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, ctr,
If Me,l.ooinU A- Co. In the Frnten I'lrlI
, Tho ico wagons of Huse. Loom Is & Co. will
, commpnon tn doll v,.r lr ahnni ihn riiv nn
Monday, May 1st, and will cuollnuo to
1 ,1.11.. ..,.i. . t..
tiiunuuwilIVUIIU9 111 VI fllllU
(lay, r.XCCptcd) during tho present
Orders left at tho ofllco of tho company,
corner Ohio levco and Eighth street, will
rocoive prompt attention. Huso, Loomls
& Or. nro ulso prepared to fill all orders
in fio steamboat nnd shipping trade.
Corner Washington Aveaiia and Four
Fred. Illa.ikcnburg's saloon Is newly
and elegantly fitted up and supplied with
tho finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that can bo found in the city; nnd Fred.
Ins no superior ai a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget tho placo, cor
ner 14th street and "Washington avenue.
Tho house hcretoforo occupied by Pat
rick Fitzgerald, on Ohio Levco between
Fourth and Sixth streets. This home, if
not the best business house is certainly
oneof the best stands in Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Contral railroad depot.
Also the second floor of tho snmo building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply noxt
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co't. wholcsalo
grocery store. tf
Take Notice. Timk Taiile or the
LMN0I8 Ckntrai. Raii.ro ad. On and
after Sunday, May lltb, 1871, tho follow
ing tlrno-tablo will govern tlio arrival and
departuro of passcngar trains at Cairo:
Depart Mall train, dally,- 11:45 p.m.
Express, dally, 2:40 p.m
Arrive Mall, dally - 3:30 a.m.
Express, dully, except
Sunday 3.30 p.m.
Although tho regular St. Louis train is
taken off both trains out of Cairo will havo
through cars for St. Louis, which will bo
takci: through from Du Quoin by tho trains
on tho Iiellevllle road. Direct nnd closo
connection will bo mado at Du Quoin, and
there will bo no chango of cars from
Cairo to St. Louis. Tho train leaving
Cairo at 11:45 p.m will havo a through
sleeping car for St. Louis. Tho nttontion
of shippers is cspccislly called to tho fact
that a Fruit Express train will lenvo
Cairo daily, Saturdays excepted, and will
make tho run from this city to Chicago in
JAS. JOHNSON, Agent.
A 6INOLK trial will convince tho most
skeptical of tho efficacy of Hklmuold's
Grape Pills in Sick Nervous Headache,
Jaundice, Indijeston, Constipation, Dys
pepsia, Billiousncss, Liver Complaints,
General Dopillty, &c. No nausea, no
griping paint, but mild, ploasant and safe
In operation. Cbildron tako thorn with
impunity. They aro tho best nnd most
reliable. Hklmbld'h Extract Sarsa
i'akilla creates now, fresh and healthy
blood, beautifies the Complexion, and Im
parts a youthful appearance, dispelling
Pimples, Illotchos, Moth Patches and
all eruptions of tho skin.
Reliaiilk A.vi) Sakk. Dr. Henry's
Root nnd Plant Pills aro mild and pleas
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Ileing en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. Thoy
nrouso tho liver and secretive organs into
healthy action, throwing off disoaio with
out exhnustlng or debilitating tho sys
tem. Try them nnd you will boiatisficd.
Prico 'Jo cents n box. Sold by druggists
nnd dealers In modicino everywhere. Pro
pared hy tho Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Louis, Mo. myOdwOm
Rooms to Kent. Four largo airy rooms
on second lltor in tho brick building,
cornor 01 Mtn street ami asningion
avonue, opposlta tho new Custom houso.
Tho room aro in complete order, having
boon recently renovated throughout j a
wldo balcony in front is connected with
them. Prico $10 per month ; ulso, .'I other
rooms on sumo floor, in good condition,
and will bo ronted for $C por month.
Tho wholo seven rooms could bo used by
ono family, If desired. Apply to
J F. IlLANKKNUURG,
may l!0tf on tho promises.
True. Tlioro can bo no doubt that
Daugh Is, par excellence, tho boot and
shoemaker of Cairo. Ho challenges com
petition In his trado, and insures tho pub
lic that he will guarantee to his customers
satisfaction. His shop Is on Eighth street
near tho comer of Ohio Lnvoo. tf
A Coiu: G UAn ante Ki),Kt ess' Fever
Tonic is universally rccognlrcd as tho best
inodlclne extant for tho curjo of fever,.
It la for salo by P. O. Schuh, druggist,
two door, south of tho postofllco, and ho
guarantees all who buy from him that It
v,lll euro chills and fevers. If It does not
euro Mr. Schuh agrees to return tho
money. Can anything be fairer than
Notice to tub Tkauk and Tunnc
I hnvo an excellent cutlr who has cut for
many years on 1) road way, Now York.
Itelng desirous of soclng tho West, ho has
mado an engagement with mc. Comoand
try him. I only ask a trial. I hnvo tho
best assortment of pleco goods In tho city,
and prices which defy competition,
dlw JOHN ANTRIM
Piasoi. Now is tho timo for polishing,
cleaning and putting In condition for tho
summer season. Prof. Merklo will attend
to all this on short notlco and in the mast
approved style. Loavo your order at II.
A. Uannon'sKook Store. myaOdlw
Keep toot.. Kctrlgcrators, Ico chests
water coolers, I X L Ico cream frcozcra
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., nt
J1EERWART, OltTH A CO.'S,
mylSlf Lie Com. Ave.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus.
" das. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Arkansas Hello, Evansvillc.
" S. Thayer, Mound City.
" Atlantic, New Orlcant.
" City Vicksburg, Vicksburg.
" Florence, St. Louis.
" Samson No. 2, St. Louis.
" Pauline Carroll, St. L011U.
" "W. H. Brown, St. Loui.
" John Kyle, St. Louts,
" Grnnd Tower, St. Louis.
" Abeonn, St. Louis.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" Jas. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Arkansas Belle, Kvansville.
" S. Thayer'South.
" Atlantic, St. Louis.
" City Vicksburg, St. Louis.
" FJorenco, Ohio River.
' Sainton No. 2, St. Louis.
" Paulino Carrol!, New Orleans.
W. H. Brown, St. Louis.
" John Kyle, Now Orleans.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Albeona, Cincinnati.
ItiyTlio Misaissippi is swelling slowly
t St. Louis, but tlio rio docs not promise
I Tlio river is fulling very slowly,
probably an inch per day. Tho weather
was cloudy during most of tlin afternoon
cstcrday which cooled tho atmophere
agreeably. Tho Thcrmoncter ran up to
l2 at noon.
9Tho Ohio is stationary at Pittsburg
with 30 inches In tho channel. At Cin
cinnati tho river is reported to havo risen
C feet in 12 houri and Immediately began
to recede again, having reached a depth
of 15 foet. It is also rising at Louisville
with 3 fect In tho chute nnd 5 in tho
y W. THOIcNTON
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial and WAsb
AkciiIh for Kock Hirer Iuper
CompanyHbcfilkliiip Felt hiiiI
II. W. John'M Iniproved Unl
Inp nl wnyn 011 liuncf.
ICE CREAM SALOON
Commerrlal Avenue, belwreu 171I1 and
Ilaiidtouiely mid completely furnilied, will
Klwnya aupp'y th licst Ire Crram. Cakea, Om
lectiona, l.i'mockdi- nnd Snbt to l fmind in the
ramilli's or paitlea HUiiplli'd on abort notice.
Patronage respectfully nuduittd. injI'J.Ilm
OHIO I-KVI.i:, 4JAIKO.
FULTON & SONS, - - Proprietor.
Are Now in Full Operation.
M9ra. Fulton Ron are proparod (ofurni a
all kinds of Klourof the bert quality, and also
Mill I'Vod of all kinds. (Iraham Flour, In aackn
or in lexa qiiantilTi inailo from the beat While
OU R Afl
R. H. CUNNINGHAM.
ill ii. linmmR'pnin i n mm m -wmm
Wl-hcs to call allcnllon to liH Immcn ,e tock of Vow Fprlnx nd 8nmmr
Boots, Slioes, Hats, Oapi
l"ei)thin New, Fresh, KaililcnaMo anil Eoilratle-
imr.ss uoons a speciali y,
.NOVKLTIKS IN :II.UH, PJU'l.lNS, J.tPANKNH NII.KN, Nil t WAIM,
IIAIIIN, UWS, I'KllCVI.Kl, I.U'N,;BTO.,1 B.
American Black Gros Grain Silk
And a full lino of tho Celebrated
IIKAYEK H1MM Ol' PVIIK. Ill, AC II MOHAIR.
""V""1 i",""n,""" wnueuooaa.Xotlona. Iloalerr. llove. Lara
iami,eii aim I ruiaiinii i.arrx, i;ic Kver Oflercit InThr City. New and
choice Htjrlea of t'HrptU. Ami a l ull Line r.
n uoiitM, .nailing. Hinir-uiirpetHntKl llntt. Hooim. NHocm
Hula in fJrcat Variety.
FAIK DE VM.VCl ANI HMALT I'.SOFITS.
fTAn elimination of M utock rospwtMlly ajkcl.
(Sucreimor to Pohle A HtockHetli)
Itectlflcr nntl Wliolcsnln Dealer In For
eign nuil DomestF'j
, WINES, FTC
78 Ohio Tacvcs
CAIRO - - - ILL.
Iln l:cepton hnn Irontnntlr, a full stock or
Old Kentucky Bourbon, Kye nnd Mon
ougnhcla Whiskies, r rciicli Brnu-j
dies, Holland (iln, Italno
and Caliroriiiu Wines.
IaTM . tt. SCIIUTTEK,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Aetnl for Mt branrt of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
... AND .
No. 75 OHIO LEVEE
r. J. otnti.
r. t. iodwick".
Corner Sixth nnd Walnut Streets,
0AKES, CADY & eo., Proprietors.
Ohio Lcrec, Ilctrtecn (itli & Stk Sis.
Upposito Main Steamboat Landing
Caii-o - - Ills.
NEWLY FITTED AND FURNISHED.
TcrniH 92 Per Day.
Watch kept for boats ami train night ami day
Hcccuaoan or Avia A Co..
General Commission Nleicbant
So. 132 Ohio Levee,
IF1 O JEZr-"
six t 1 ths.
It ran tinrn.ida by men wbo know lion to do bun.
nexinn thiiiilel andi'iin keep i ecrct. No com.
iminicallonH received from Mien will U nn
wcred, Kor particillnra nudresa
aiir.iilt BUO llroailwwy. New Yurk.
HOUSE MOVlflD BUILDER
In prepnroil in do nil klnd'nf
iioihi: miivimi, iioi;sr. haixi.vo
HrpalrliiK r I'.vrry Ilrarrliitlon
l)n Ibiiliiiot ri'iinniibIi)teriiH. Order" li'lt t
residence or Mr. Kennedy, 011 Center nn' nj't
door to tho new whol l.uildlnK. "' K' ,0
the careol l't O. Uox 4 1, o-il.e H'llletln otllce,
Hill recipe promiil nllenlion. irm.tr
CouuiiPiTlul A v., Opiwslto lot Onico
JOSKI'H 1LVYLISS, rrtiprlelor.
The House luimily luruUhed uiul ollera loth
ubllo firl-eb M-onmiiKxIatioiK. fh7d
ana. ZJUIUIYIER, 18
AND DKAI.EH IN' AL1
Cor. IDtli and Poplnr St.,
-: . . . tiij
llllra nn. I T.iii. LI a m k 1.-.. i I
ftn'l uliepn. nti'i 1 nrfiiroil 10 fill nv ilrmnd
hrani pai aaaiv
w a.aiw iiiani mill
C1FAS. OAYKR k CO., Prop'ra.,
Miiiicr. 'jinil. SnuntKe, I'uiMlnir.
nlT' "0 hanil.
tinioTn 11 ieii nrnmiH r ami sal s aoi on
Eighth St., between Washln
AtlJolnltiR Itllleuhonse Hf
Keep tlio licst of Ileef , Pork, Mutton, Y
HaunKi, etc,, anil aro prepared to na
in the niot Acceptable manner.
jEATJ MEAT I
Has Keinovcd (0 Winter's Block,
Opened a First-Class
MEAT ST OR
snioued .neat, trexli neat, sansagei
At the lowest pricot. Clivo him a call.
DEALER IN FAMILT
XOTIOXS, BOOTS AND SHOES.
ii.u mat recciTou n nenr aiocuor uootaamia
HOSIERY AND XOTION.S,
t lino stock or
of oery kind.
rJlO TIIE X.ADIES.
m mum . rw mm a m m m m m
Is now abundantly supplied ;lli
II L. T I UUUfts
Mieb.u jiut received a full Unset
fiwm 'iVIiiinilnir.s. Silk Ulmniu
(,';iliioii, (.'ulptiro Ibices, Mom
iriMiniiii.s mik aim
Crocket Buttons, Plash
nml Trlmmlitsr VulTet, Silk (i
hats nnn Kll
Vino Kid (Jloncs,
I J!- I OL'IJ I OL
1 a 11 Aim 1. 11 mini v All
I lllllllll llllll 1III1IIIIIIIII1 III!
1 - ' rt
And R IUI1 andcompleteatoek 01 if
" ...ANP.. i i3
All of which aoo pfopoaea tanell at
... 1 . 1. 1 - I ; . - 1 -.11 1 UA 1. 1
goo.l and learn in prwen.
ho Udelermlnexl to asaiuUIn herclalui
am uf having "Hie Cheap Hlor."
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