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MOUND CITY AND OAIKO.
THE STEAM TUG, CACHE
Oapt. "William II. SasiiOhkt.
FOUR TRIPS EVERY DAY
OAIEO 3WEX). CITY
root or huiith siattr.
At 1 A.M.
At 10 A.M.
At 1 I'.M.
At & P.M.
Leave Mi, City,
At 8.30 A.M
At 11.30 A.M.
At 2.30 ju,
At 0.30 r.M
WILL LAND. WHKN HAILKI),
BOX FACTORY, hawk' I.A.VI- ky,
UoUTMor CAOIIK, MAniHK WAYK
AND NAVY YARD.
CAIRO AND NASIIV1LLK
The to lowing steamers leave Calm
on th days and at (h hew below.nsme.1
TALISMAN, Every Monday at 5 p.m.;
TYRONE, Kvory Thursday, 6 p.m.j
LUM8DKN, Every Satnrday, nt 6 p.m.
For freight or 1'a-sage apply on board, or to
MOOS & MALLOKY,
Jn2fTllf1 OHIO LEVER.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH.
The beautiful and llih( draught .learner
Leaves Cairo daflr at & p.m., ajd I'adurah dally
at a.m. Having superior evi'ommi.dationi she
oliella putlie patronage.
Particular attention pant te collection of In
TOice charges, but the boat will ool be rrspon
alblt for the aam until collected,
AWADC1YMAK, M. D., l'l.ysi
, elnn, burgeon and Accoucheur, lor
merly ol Anna, Union Co., Illinois, la prnna
Bently located in city. OFF ICE Commerrirl
Avanue. between Ith ami th hlreets West aid,
(1 W. DUNNING, 51. D Hew
J IDENCE-Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE Co roar Sixth (Street and Ohio Lvee
CFFICK HOURS From a.m. u, 13 ra an
W' IUI4MB. MMITII,.H. 1
RESIDENCE No. 21, Thirteenth ree
etweea Washington Atanua and Walnut Street
OFFCE-.lt6 Comaiclal Ainu i 'i ir-
HHAIWEK, M . D., CTr3
KEHIDKNCK Corner of Nineteenth at.,
and Weshlgton ave. OKKICE-On Commercial
ave., over iha I'oitoffice OFFICE OUHS
from 10a m to li m., (Hiioa'av eiceptc-dt ens'
from ilotpm, ' '
ItEX,' lvl U L KE Y
ATTORNEYS k COUNSELLORS AT
Wllllaaa J. All a, 1
JalaB) H. Malke. J CAIRO, ILL,
Particular attention paid torive-nd admiralty
OUtm Rooaua T at 8 Winter's Uloek.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Tilllaa H. Ilraaa,
llaa r. Ulltxrl
Special attention f Wan to Admiralty and Siearu
UMce Onto Levee. Ilooaae 7 and
varClty Nallanal Rank.
Savm TIME, LABOR and MONEY
OVER OTHER ARTICLE IN USE POR T LOO It
AND ItOURE-CLKAKINO, ARE
lat It furnlshra water and doa the crubblna'
and mopplnc at the same time.
ad It will do It work In one-fourth of the
time required In the ordinary way.
M It will do the work of the scrubbing bra Il
ea, that cost's cents each.
4th It will tare the pr.ee ot Itself twice a year
HI It will not raise a dust.
tb The rubber can be replace i for 15 cents.
1th The head la mallaable Iron, anil trill last
tb tf you wish to use a mop, or cloth, to dry
the corners, remote the tin, and insert jourclotli,
and you have that additional adraatage.
EVERY FAMILyTsTORE, SALOON
HOTEL AND STEAMBOAT
SHOULD USE THEM.
I am prepared to furnish them by sinule dotrn
raroas, on short notice. Address
mjMdlm WM. HENRY, Cilro, Ills.
216 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Cairo, : : : : Illinois
Always on hand a fine stock of
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC
VParticnlarattantlon ciren to repairing Fine
tsaTThe largest stock of add nnd Hllver Spec
tacles In th city. royVdJni
ITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
HOLfc AOENCY FOR
Caaaaatrelal Aveiane Corner ofKlfjhtb
tract, Cairo, 111.
Particular attention raid to all irdera far
H0O1UK1RT8 and SHOW. tprMf
NEWS OF THE CITY.
County Oourt convenca next week.
Klpo cliorries nro lolling nt twenty
Pollco bu'lncs was dull yesterday,
only ono cane was boforoShanncssy.
There are sixteen Inmate- In tlio city
Jail thirteen white and throe black two
women nnd or.o negro man.
It it proposed to raiio the police forco
to tlx In number, aud make the Chief of
l'ollcodo duty In tho day time.
Eight hundred nnd forty-flvo dollar
cupons wero deitroycd by tho Treiisurer
lant month, and $3,000 city icrlp.
Tho Tennlttco river picnic yesterday
l laid to havo been well attended. A
Urge crowd went on tho excursion from
How ii It, that In Cairo Strawberriei
aell at twenty cent per quart and In St.
Loul they uro worth hcenlv ctnt a nat
IIami..ton'h Uuchu and Dar.dellon, m
K(iod an article aa Hclmbold'a Uuchu and
for lett money, for inlo at P. O. Schuh'i
Uruu' store. mv24tf
Tho property holder on Twelfth, be
tween Washington and Cudar ttrcetn. nri
anxious to have a aidowalk built from
Waihlngton to Walnut ttrecti.
Alderman J.eardon uuolcd tho " Han.
then Chineo" hat night In tho council,
and nono of hit brcthron raw tho point.
"Which tho iamo wo would rito to ix.
Genu Oxford Tlci, Prln.-n Alberit
and Opera Slipper, at the -Citv Shoo
Store," corner of Commercial avenue and
higlitli itreet. tf
The now bulldlnKi beiiii; erected on
the ilto of the old St. Nicholas hotel, which
wa destroyed by lire, are beinic hurried
forward with all poniblo dispatch. The
walls havo reached the second story.
Alderman Carroll is anxious to havo
cow belli clang in every street in tho city.
He itatod to tho council latt night that an
anti-bell ordinance might deprive our peo
ple of tho pleasure of hearing ileigh bells
next winter, If wo had any snow.
The County Court will probablv order.
at tho session to commence next week,
the bulldinc of two bridges : ona near
Thcbea and tho other over Casche river,
some fifteen miles above Cairo. Tho lat
ter will bo about 180 feet in length.
Klrt Horn, a nlgccr as black at old
Shore, and quito as mean, was before
Squiro Shannesay yesterday on a charge
of disorderly conduct. Ho declared 1
did not "care a d d for the City Marshal
or any other white man." He was lined
S.r and trimmings.
Dm You K til "No, I never," saw a
more cor.y J 'complete barber shop than
that of An' -ony Kschbach, ono door be
low the r ,t offlc. Tho room has been
newly r cred, tho floor newly covered
and th holo establishment put in first
claw ler. Kschbach is ono of tho most
ex' lonccd, skillful and accommodating
b jcri in the State, employs courteous
,d expert assistants, and keeps just such
. shop as citirena and strangers will take
a solid satisfaction in patronizing.
FmoEUALK'n Sample Hooms. Per
sons bibulously inclined, lovers of tko ex
hiierating juico of the corn and julco oi the
grape, cr malt beverages, should call im
mediately at tho samplo rooms, on corner
Commercial avenuo and Fourteenth street.
Besides everything in tho drinking line,
of tho purest kind, ho has tho most fra
grant Havana cigars, importations from
Cuba, that land of narcotic weeds. Fitz
gerald kcps a first-class place, and baa
with him Jimmy English, who knows ev
erybody, and knows tho wants of every
body and who is a gontloman, every
inch of him.
A single trial will convlnco tho most
skeptical of the efficacy of Hklmiiold'
Grape Pills in Sick Norvous Headache,
Jaundice, Indijeston, Constipation, Dys
pepsia, Billlousness, Livor Complaints,
General Doplllty, &c. No nausea, no
griping pains, but mild, pleasant and safe
In operation. Children take thorn with
impunity. They aro tho best nnd most
reliable. Helmiiold'i Extract Sarsa
I'arilla creates now, fresh and healthy
blood, beautifies tho Complexion, and Im
parts a youthful appearance, dispelling
Pimples, Blotches, Moth Patches nnd
all eruptions of tho skin.
Take Notice. Timf. Table ok the
llinois Central Railroad. On and
after Sunday, Mny 14th, 1871, tho follow
ing tiniO'tablo will govern tho nrrival and
departure of passongor trains at Cairo:
Depart Mail train, dally, 11:45 p.m.
Express, daily, 2:45 p.m
Arrht Mail, daily 3:30 a.m.
Express, daily, except
Sunday 3:30 p.m.
Although tho regulnr St. Louis train is
taken off both trains out of Cniro will havo
through cars for St. Louis, which will bo
taken through from Du Quoin by tho trains
on tho Bollovlllo road. Direct nnd closo
connection will bo mado at Du Quoin, nnd
thoro will bo no change of enrs from
Cairo to St. Louis. Tho train lcnvlng
uuiroat ii:40 p.m will nnvo a through
sleeping car for St. Louis. Tho nttention
of shippers Is espoclslly called to tho fact
that a Fruit Express train will lcavo
Cairo dally, Saturdays oxcoptod, and will
make tho run from this city to Chicago In
,TA8. JOHNSON, Agont.
.j i- i I i
TKCE CAIRO BTJXjXjETUsT, J"U3STE 3
THE CITY COUNCIL.
The Aaieaament and Tax Jjevee-Ordl-uancea,
Tho mooting of tho City Council last
night wan called for tho purpo-o of re
ceiving appeals from tho nssossmont of
property mado by tho City Assessor for
tho current year. Ills honor, Mayor
Lansdcn was In tho chair, and Iho follow
ing members wero present. Messrs. Bu
dcr, Cut.mngham, Halllday, Hurd, Klob
Motcalf, Reardcn, Sense, Strntton, Swayno,
Taylor, Walder, Wood, Woodward, Fitz
gerald and Carroll.
Mr. Wood moved to proceed to disposo
of tho bbjcctlons to the assessment. Car
ried. Tho clerk then laid beforo tho council
tho assessor's book, and presented an ob
jection from C. R. Clark, as follows :
"Tho subscriber would call your atten
tion to valuation of loU in block 0, near
stono dotiot. Homn of tuM lnla m nut
down at $1,600; others at 52,000. I think
tho lots aro about an equal valuo. Or. at
least, If any difference, tho corner lots
witu us wuuiu reaiiftu a inno mo nignesi.
I roipectfully ask that my lnsldolota shall
bo asaosaml at $1,800 each, the aamo rato
at inner ion unjoining inorolO,
, , C. R. CLARK.
Cairo, June 2, 1871.
Mr. Wood moved to raise Uie assess
ment on lot 15, IC, 17, and 18 In city,
block C, to $2,000 each.
Tho assessor, Mr. Ilurr.ctt, stated that
ho had made tho difference In assessment
because ho believed tho lots nearer Twelfth
stroetof more value than thoso near tho
Mr. Taylor objected to tho motion on
the ground that tho meeting having been
called to heur objections to tho assessment
nnd that tho matter now beforo tho council
was tho objection of Mr. Clark, which
must bo disposed of boforo a now subject,
m this was, could bo taken up.
The Mayor thought tho subject beforo
the council was Mr. Clark's objoction.
Mr. Halllday thought tho adoption of
Mr. Wood's objection would bo unjust,
said if tho council raised tho assessment on
tho first four lots read it ought t.i go
through tho wholo list.
Mr. Wood insisted that his motion was
right, but to facilitato business would with
draw his motion.
Mr Tuylor thought tho nssessor hud
made a wiso assessment.
Mr. Cunningham moved to lay the ob- 1
jectlon or Mr. Clark on the table.
The ayes and nays wero called for by
tho Mayor, with tho following result:
Ayes Budcr, Cuningham, Halliday,
Hurd, Klob, Mctcalf, Sease, Stratton,
Swayne, Taylor, Walder, Woodward 12.
Nays Rcnrden, Wocd 2.
Messrs. Carroll and Fitzgerald were ex
cused from voting.
Mr. Cunningham moved to confirm tho
The Mayor ruled that tho motion was
not in order.
Mr. Hurd moved to refer tho assessment
to a special committee of three.
Mr. Wood objected.
Tho Mayor stated that neither the char- 1
tor nor ordinances provided for sticn com- ;
mlttee, apd it was objectionable. He could 1
soe no reason for referring the assessment
to a committee.
Alter lurtlier Ulsicusslon, Mr. Hurd
withdrew bis motion.
Hesolutioni, preparod by tbeMayor.coc
firming tho assessment, nnd levying one
half of ono per cent, for tho Fox, How
ard & Co. interusl; ono-half of ono per
ront. flip lntorr.t fi,n.l . ..n.l v- ,t.A
- " - a. .., t , t. . . V. U I bllU
improvement fund wero read.
A motion to fill tho blank with tho
words: "one-half of ono per cent," was
Mr. Taylor moved to adopt the resolu
tions as amended. Mr. Carroll didn't
want to vote, not having had time to ex
amino tho list.
Tho ayes and nays being called, the
vote resulted as follows :
Ayes Cunningham, Halllday, Hurd,
Mctcalf, Bearden, Scase, Stratton, Tay
lor, Wood, Woodward 10.
Nays Budor, Carroll, Fitzgerald, Klob,
Swayne, Walder C.
Tho regular ordor of business was then
Sovcrnl ordinances wore read for infor
mation of tho Council.
I do not tlow na other barters do,
Nor keep my raiors like King Williams sword
.localise his sword, as all must know,
Though handled well, was rough.
I keep my razors sharp and keen,
And Cups and Towels always clean.
Perfumery, too, of nil the brands,
That's mado In IIiIm or foroigh land.
Then forelenn shavinir please to atop
AT HAN1KL I.A.MIMIEliraiJAItllEK SHOP.
Oh Ohio Luree, at ul,
It where such work is neatly done
A numiikr of gcntlcmon havo In con
templation a grand picnic excursion up
tho Tonneesoo river to Clarksvillo and
Fort Donaldson. Thoy will ondeavor to
sccuro tho Steamer Louisvillo for tho oc
casion. A good tlino Is anticipated.
The Fe.nto.v Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth stroot, is now in charge of
Mr. M. D. Gunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it, invites tho at
tention of the public to tho fact that he is
now prepared to furnish dealers and fami
lies with tho very best articloofcorn meal.
Ordors left at tho mill or sent through tho
postofllco will receivo prompt attontion.
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True, There can bo no doubt that
Baugh is, par excellence, tho boot and
shoomakcr of Cairo. Ho chnllongua com
petition in his trndo, and aisures tho pub
lic that ho will guarantoo to his customers
satisfaction. His shop Is on Eighth strcot
near tho corner of Ohio Lovoo. tf
Soo advortlsomcnt of Dr. Butts' Dispen
sary, headed Books for tho Million Mar
riage Guide in another column. It
should bo read by all. myOdwly '
rl.in t. . 7, WnVAUnnU1iliMrrirl,l'Vli5ww tliTTvvl'lH.i.e Mini nrpifentlthltt I
A Man Torn Literally to Piters.
Wo la't ovcnlng received thofollowlrg
particulars of tho killing by the cars of
Martin Bryan at Dongola, on Wednesday
Doxqola, Illb., Juno 2, 1871.
On last Tuesday, ono of tho Railroad
section hands at this placo, named Mnrtin
Bryan, got on a sprco, and whon last scon
at about ten o'clock nt night ho was en
deavoring to find his way homo, In a stato
ofbcostly Intoxication. Tho noxt morn
ing his body was found on the railroad
track almost literally torn to pieces, tho
arms and legs cut oft", tho uppor part of
tho head mashed to a Jell)', tho clothing
torn to shreds and the trunk terribly nut
tlllated. Blood, pieces of bones, scraps of
flesh, etc., wero scattered along tbo track
for moro than a hundred feet, tho indica
tions going to abow that be had been run
over by both of tho night trains.
At tho inquost held over tho remains.
thcro was somo circumstantial evidence of
foul play, but not enough to Justify taking
any further steps to ferrlt out tho mystery
ii wicro was any. His romsins wero taken
to Villa Rldgo for Intormont. Jl .
WASHINGTON HALL GARDEN.
Therowlll boa grand (acred concert nt
Washington Hall Garden, to-morrow,
(Sunday) commencing at 3 o'clock, p. m.
At 9 In the evening a grand lunch will be
spread, Ice cream, andovorythlng that one
could wish for will bo in abundance. It
To These the Attention or the Public
la Eapeelally Invited.
Allah. Tho barber shop of Win, Alba,
on Commercial avenue, near tho corner of
Eighth street, is tho placo to which all
lovers of a good, closo ahavo with razors
sharper than tho wit ot twenty Jcrrolds,
wind their way. tf
Meats. Tho branch meat shop of James
Kynaston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to the grocery store of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, nnd this pop
ular butcher U supplying all tho refined
meat caters of that portion of tho Fourth
Ward with splendid meat. If you have
not tried him give him a call. tf
Ilimea. Hime, at tho old stand, on
Sixth street, near Ohio leveo. is conduct
ing his barber shop in a first-class style.
It is a model establishment in every par
ticular, and while in his charge all its cus
tomers will receivo courteous attention,
and the benefit of excellent workmanship.
Hair cutting, shaving, shampooing, etc.
Corner Washington Avenue and I'aur
Fred. Bla.ikenburg's saloon "is newly
and elegantly ft'.ed up and supplied with
the finest wines, liquors, beer, cigars, etc.,
that can bo found in tbo city; and Fred,
has no superior as a dispenser of delightful
beverages. Do not forget the place, cor
ner 14th street nnd Washington nvenue.
The house heretofore occupied by Pat
rick JMtzgornld, on Ohio Leveo between
Fourth nnd Sixth stroets. This home, if
not tho best business bouso is certainly
ono oftho best stands In Cairo. It fronts
tho principal steamboat landing and is
near tho Illinois Central railroad depot.
Also tho second floor of tho samo building
suitably arranged for offices. Apply next
dcor at Robert Smyth & Co's. wholesale
grocery store. tf
The Central House. Mr. Gaffncy
has rented tho Central Rouse, on Sixth
stroct between Commercial and Wash
ington avenues, and will continue it as a
hotol. Tho homo has been thoroughly
repaired and refitted, newly paporcd and
given a general over-hauling. Persons
detirons of obtaining board in n central
part of tbo city will find this hotel to bo
Just tho placo to put up. Soo advertise
nient in another column.
Reliable and Sake. Dr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills aro mild and pleas
ant in tholr operation, yot thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Being en
tirely vegetable, thoy can bo taken with
out regard to dlot or business. Thoy
arouto tbo livor and sccrotivo organs into
healthy action, throwing off discaso with
out oxhaustlng or debilitating tho sys
tem. Try them and you will bo'satisfiod.
Prico 20 cents a box. Sold by druggists
and dealers In medicine ovorywhoro. Pre
pared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., St.
Louis, Mo. niy9dwCm
Mrs. Mulkoy, wifo of Hon. John H.
Mulkoy, died yesterday afternoon. Jlra.
Mulkoy was an estimable lady and her
death will bo dcoply rogrcttcd by all who
Mr. P. G. Schuh, druggist, Commercial
Avenue, near tho postofllce, proclaims his
ability to soil Feather Dustors cheaper
than any other dealer In tho city. m24tf
Pianos. Now is thotlrao for polishing,
"launlnn nn.l . . 1 1 ! - t It.f . . I. I
v.vu.....K itnu inuung in cunuiuuii iur mu
sutnmor season. Prof. Merkle will attend
to all this on short notice and in tho trust
approved stylo. Loavo your order at II.
A. Hannon'aBook Store my.'iodlw
Who Is it that does not liko smoking
hot biscuits for breakfast 7 Tho Famo
Cook stovo will bake thorn In five minutes
tlmo by tbo watob. tf
The Charter Oak. Wo hazard noth
ing, wo think, in saying that, all in all, it
has no oqual. Its size, Its shape, afforlng
tho greatest convenience, and Its numerous
and durablo vossuls, entltlo It to tho pre
ference ovor any stovo of which wo have
any knowledge. iny30d&wlt
A Curb Guaranteed. Kress' Fovcr
Tonic Is universally recognized as tho best
medicine extant for tho curse of fovera.
It Is for salo by P. O. Schuh, druggist,
two doors south of tho postofficc, nnd ho
guarantees all who buy from him that It
will euro chills and fevers. If It docs not
euro Mr. Schuh agrees to return tho
money. Can anything bo fairer tlmn
St. Nicholas. Day boardors can se
euro good accommodations ntthoSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. Jnmcs) at $4 per
wook. The houso Is at tho corner of Ohio
levee nnd Eighth street, a contral location.
and is proprlctored by Hariy Walker,
who Is nllvo to tho wants of his patrons
Parties desiring boarding nnd lodging can
learn terms on Inquiry nt tho office.
Keep Cool. Refrigerator, ico chests
water coolors, I X L Ico croam freozors
bath tuba, Japanned cloth for window
screens, otc, etc., at
BEER WART, ORTII & CO.'S,
.vl8tf 130 Com. Ave.
Cheapest and Best. Mrs. Whitcom'a
Syrup for chidron is sold by drnggoils Vr
25 cents n bottle, nnd Is an ndmlrablo
preparation for infantllo disorders.
Mcn'a Fino Seal Skin Galtor', and also
"Princo Alborts,'' at Elliott & Havthorn's.
Flour. Choico Family Flour in bbls
half bbls., sacks &c, for aalo at tho Egyp
tian Mills. au
JflO. B. PHIIXIN,
Buccossorto Parker A PMlli.)
And Dealer in
Flour, Meal, liny, Corn, Onfg,
FLO IT R
And Agont nl
OHIO RIVER AM) KANAWHA
IV o. 70 OITZO Xj3E3"7"EE
Drts T. I'aaarn
JILLKK .fc PA It K EH,
FLOVK, CORN,0 ATS, HA. Y,
No. 58 Ohio lievee
J NaT. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Successors to E. 11. Hendricks Co.
Wharf - Boat
LIBERA!. ASSVANVKN WADE ON CON.
aWAre prepared to recelro, store and forwatd
freight to all poluts, nnd buy and cell on com
sur ltiinlneK. attended to with Dromptne,
QLOSE A VINCENT,
nnd dealers In
Lime, Cement, Plaste Pans
Cor. Nth Street and Ohiol.nvcu
Hoard and Tuition per annum, fix.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
Inaugurated ly 11. It II I'rlueo Arthuy. Hoard
and tutlon per annum, f l'rosldent, tho Very
RaT.I.icllinutli,!). !., Dean of Huron. For
particular aptly loMaor Evans, London, Canada
SPRING and SUMMER
R. H. CUNNINGHAM
lYTn. ldl Cnmrnri-rinlal A rr- tT rmm
VIlics to call attention to his Immense stock of New Spring and 8ummer
a,CT, oiiues, uara, uapa,
Mcrjthlng Ntw, Vresh,
mVKl.TIM IK lllliu timit...
s-r.-iUALKi, 1. K'.H, KTC,, El V.
American Black Gros Grain Silk
Ami full linn cfTthei Celebratod
HEAVER IIRAXD OF PURE. IILACR MOHAIR.
Thi) l.aastaal Ib.abS km a J 0 - li.a a
- V saj-ara initial u Miiruuuiii, .OlIOnN. IIOll Af-V. fllnvri f a .
I aln., .j imitation Lar... Etc.,' Ever trr..l In U CV.'jtn mud
rholca Ntylcs of f nrncta. And at f-ms l.m.ne ' '
Oil Cloths, ytnUitign StHlr-Cnrpvtnnml Ruga, RooIm, UIiooh k
Hats in Great Variety.
FAIR DEALING AND SMALL I '.SO JUTS.
PTAn examination of his stock Is respectlull, asked. ?
(Hucccaaorto I'ohlt A Btockntth)
Rectifier and Wholesale Dealer in For-
elsn and Domestic
, WINES, ETC.
78 Ohio Xiovee,
CAIEO - - ILXi.
lie keeps on han l constantly, a full stock nf
Old Kentucky Rourbon, Rye and JIou
ongnhcU TYhlitkics, French Ilran-J
dies, Holland (Jin. Itaine
and California Wine?.
yM . H. SCH UTTER,
Importer and Wholesale Dealsr
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
AaenL for best hmnds of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
Xmportod jCVIobs ofdlf-
No. 75 OHIO LEVEE
). J. oim.
II, C. CAHY.
r. . lODttlCK.
Comer Sixth and 'Walnut Streets,
(Entrance on Sixth Btreet.)
0AKES, CADY & CO., Proprietors.
Ohio Levee, Retwecn (ith & Sth St.
Upposito Muln Steamboat Landing
Cairo - - - - His.
NEWLY FITTED AND FURNISHED.
TcrniH 8-1 Per Day.
Watch kept for boats nnd trains night and day.
WHITE 4 LYNDE,
Hvccuioas or Avian A Co..
General Commission Merchant
No. 1X1 Ohio Levee,
SIX r I THS.
It van bemndo by men who know how to do busi
ness nn the quiet and can keep n ecret. No com.
munlcfttinns received from ladlm will bo an
wered. Knr particulars audreat
am'alt ftOU Rroailway. New Vorla,
HOUSE MOVtR AND BUILDER
Is prepared to du all hlndmr
iioi'ni: Movt.vo, iioiihi: uaimimi
Krpalrlug of Kvcry Dist rliKloii
I'll iiieiun! ren'.unuuie lermx. wriiers i " me
residence of Mr. Kennedy, on Center strrot, next
door to the new hhIioiiI building. ',r nddiesaed to
tho caroot I'. O. llox 410, o.-iliellullftlnolllee,
will reut'ita protntu iittentmr
Cumuierclal Av., Opiionlto Post Oltlce
JOSEPH RAYI.ISS, Proprietor.
The House Is uowly liirnlshaj and nHerstoth
Hblli) tlrst-clasa aeeqmmodatlont. febld
aVA44 a UAMUMl vwni'.nfc'. '-)'.'
Mad ta order, or Uewlv.Mad.
Fn - hlcnaMo ami Desirable- "
V SPECIALI 1",
Ji"AXKSK sit us mis r urasasMt tarn
KINDS OF FRESH MEATS
Cor. l!)tli nnd Poplar St.,
Cairo, - Illinois
Buvsnnd slsughters enly trio tst cattle, noes
and sheep, and is prewired to fill any demand fur
freh meants Iroin ono pound to ten thousand
PfMiT Mil MARKET
CHAS. GAYER & CO., Pron'ra.,
hcepeoiiMantljr on hand the liest of IVeef, Pork,
Mutter, Veal, Lamb, Sau-age, Pudding, eta
Troll white lard in any quantity .corned beef, etc.,
aluays on hand.
Orders rilled promptly and satisfaction war
ALTER Ac MALONY.
AND DEALKItS IN
Eighth St., between Washington &
AisJolM.-ifr HUtenhouie) 4t Hannj'a.
Keep the lest of Ileef, Torlc, Mutton, Veal, Lamb,
Hau:igc, eti,, nnd aro prepared to sorre citnena
in tho ino-t aceeptabln manner. octlSdtt
jyj-EAT! mi: AT I
Has Removed to "Winter's Block, and
Opened a First-Class
Ho will keep always on hand ths bestf Meats of
Hmokeil.Tfent, Fieah Meat, Saniace, etc,
At the lowest prico. Giro him a call.
DEALER IN FAMILY
MOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS
Anu SJALTS, tii;.,
lias ust received a hcav) stock of boots and shoa
HOSIERY AND NOTIONS,
For sale for Cash at a very low n&tra. lie also has
aflna stock of "
of every kind.
Cor. i Street and Commercial Arenae
iro Prepared to Snpply Cnstomert
with tho Rest (ualltr or
Orders left nt Halllday Broa. OMot,
No, 70 Ohio Levee, or attha CasU
Yard bflovr the St. Charla Ho
lei, will Hecelve Prompt
Ti.e Tint "Montauk" wilt bnnii Coal alonittd
teamen ' " hour, day or night.
rlr. th. 170 tf ,
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO.
FULTON & SONS, . Proprietors.
Are Now lu 1'iilVOpcrs.Uata.- '-
Messrs. Fulton Sons are prepared to furoi a
lJ.k "d.of Hour of tho bast quality, aadalao
M 1 Feed of all kinds. Orahaa riour..aisTs
or In less quantity, made from th. bast YYblia
rrcaldeat-'tha Vaty H. V. 1. lUll-anth, l. OJt