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JOHN H. OBEKLY & CO.,
OmCIALjmtKCTOUY.
HTATK OFFICERS.
Com"' r. JolinM.I'alirurS
,leulrimm-overnor, John Dougherty
fcr l iiy of !nto, Edward Itumnie ;
Am! t.tr rT - C. V. Lippincolt,
- I, T it.iir r, E. N. lltoi
' I' .' It-xtructioii. Noton llateman.
CONGRESSMEN.
Ionian TriimbullandJohn A. Logan.
ine for the ?tnto nt l.arirc Vacancy,
i..tnlite Thirteenth District John M.
IS.i.
t'n 1
A I KM IlKRS GENERAL ASS KM IILY.
j . j, . , 1t District T. A. lit Holcotnli, of
I ni'-ii, -lid - K. (lilnon.of (lallatln.
1" ,, . i.'n'.ve, ltt District II. Walson Weld;
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIRCUIT COUKT.
Jn I v l, J. Hiker, of Alexander.
ITj lit ng AttorneyI. V, MtCutney, of
Mas.ic.
( ,r mtllcrk-Jno. Q. 1 1 arm an.
Hlicrit! A. II. Irvin.
COUNTY COUUT.
J. ,-e-F. Ilron.
Assoca!" J.'.K. McCrllennd !. March'ldon.
Clerk Jwoli ft. Lynch.
I" ironer -lohn II. Oossman.
-
M UN ICIPAL GO V KHN M KNT.
Mayor -John II. Lntden.
Tiea.urer-J.Tl. Taylor,
t inijilro.ler-K. A. Iluroett
link Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrew CaId.
Atlwnev-F. H Pope.
l'olicu Magistrates H. Ilrosi and II. Hhan
nessy, fluejol Police-L. H. Myers,
l'olicu CinitaUcs John Bhe.han, (day)f and
Jon. II. Wijl'j ami J. W. Sumner, (night.)
SELECT COUNCIL.
M)or John 51 Lansden,
Fimi Waril I. O.Sihuh.
tic onJ Vfanl -'. It. Woodward.
Thud Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward -u BtaAta Taylor.
CityaM-nge-W. I" Holiday and I), Hurd.
110A11D 01" ALDKUMKN.
I'lIWr WAHD James Uearden,
L"so Kith,
Isxac V allien.
HECOND WAItlJ-ll. H-SOunninghain,
E. Under,
Henry Winter,
Jamss Rwaync.
TIMID WAUD-Wm. Strallon,
Patrick Fllsg'tald.
FOtltTH WAKD James Carroll.
ri.ll.gcajp,
J.II.Mclealf.
Time of Muting.
I lit tuocn.
The City Council tnet In Joint session on
Friday evening preceding the first Monday of
each month.
r-ELICT ttCNCIl.
The Select Council metts on the tint Wednes.
Jay and Thursday, alter tho second Monday in
cwh month.
SO A LI) Or ALtltRMCX.
The Board of Aldermen meet cn tho first
Monday and Tuesday In nery month.
COM MITTKEh 01 THE COUNCIL.
On Strtett Meitr. Taylor, Wnldtr, Winter,
WooJ and Metcalf.
Joi-.ve-Mcs!is. Cunningham, SIiuri, Kitiger
aid, Scasoand llalllday.
ttai.v.i Messrs. Wood, Cunningham and Kiel).
Wicc cni Jail Messrs. Carroll, lluder and
Woodward
OrJinanta Messrs. Heasc., Walder arid Taylor.
Rn Dfjtnttmtnt Messrs. IlearUen.Hwajne and
llalllday.
JtaiUlt Messrs. Bchuh, Winter anJ Kiel).
IHnttn. Mcum.WooJward.Snayneuud Iluder.
fnante Memre. Hurd, htratton and Mil tall.
IXanl Health The Mayor, and Mcaara. Hear
i!cn, Winter, Stratton and Cai roll.
OUR CHURCHES.
I'nESUYTEIHA.N-Elghlh-ntrtct.
I'rcachlns, Kahtnth at 10 a. m., and 7J4 p. w.
I'raytr mcetinp, Wednesday at ' v. x.
Hunday School, 3 r. . J. M. I.an.den, Super
intendent, ltev. C. II. Kourr, Taster.
SIETIIOUIHT-Cor. KiKhth and Walnut Sts.
I'rcnchinp, Babbath lo'a. M.,nnd 7 I'. M.
I'reyer meeting, Wedueaday, "a r. m.
fcumlay Kchool p p. m. I.. W. Stilwell, Super
intendent, tcv. F. L.Tmohikoji, I'attor.
CHUnCU OK THE ItEDEKMEIl-(Kjiicopal)
Morning prnycrD, Sabbath K' a. u.
Evening rracrs;7J.J p. i.
t'.lbbalh trchool, 9 A.M.
Rcv.;.Mit. Coas, Hector.
ST. PATKICK'H CIIUKCII-Cor. Ninth fit. nnd
Vohlnjton Avenue.
I'uUlo Service, S.ibbathe" and 10),' a. v.
Vespers, 3 p. si.
Sunday School, 2 p. m. .
Service evory day, 8ivi.
ItCV. T.J. O'llALtOKAN, Tricnt.
CHlUBTIAN-ElKhleenlh Hreet.
Treadling, Sabbath W . i,, Bud 1$ r. x.
llcv, J. FmcsD, .'astor.
ftSSION Sl'.NDAV SCHOOL In the Christian
Church, Eighteenth Sireet. Babbath SVnool 3
r, i.
J. 11, Itttn, Scr-;riutendent.
YOUNO MEN'S CHKISTIAN ASSOCIATION-Iteg.
ular mcctlajr lecond Mondny each month at ll.o
Trayer room of tho Treabytcnan Church.
Weekly Trayer meeting, Friday, V,i r. M., at
the Trayer room of tho Tresbyterlan ehurch.
. , O. I'auwim, Trcaldcnt.
AI'llICAN M. i -Fourteenth St. betHeen Walnut
and Cedar.
Service", Sobtiitli, 11 a.m.
Sunday. School, p.m.
Cluss 3 p. M.
Treadling, V,i v. m, ltev. W. II. Hiiown Taator.
SECO.VU FHKE-WIl.L 1IATTIST Fifteenth St.
between Walnut and Cedar.
Scrvicca Sabbath, l' nnd 3 p. m.
ltov. N. ltichH, 1'iwlor.
FTlKE-WII.li llAFl'ISTHOME MlbSlu.-M fcUN.
DA V SCIIOOICorner walnut and Cedar Sts.
BundyScliool,9A. M.
FlKiT FHEE WILL 1IATTIST CHUROII-Cur-
ry' llarracks.
Services, Sabbath 11 a. m., 3 r. m. and 7JJ p. m.
ltev. Wm. Kellkv, Tanlor.
HIIST MIBSIONAUV llAl'TIST CHUltCII-Het.
ween 10th and lltH strccti, nenrCedar.
Treadling Sabbath Wi a. m., and 7H P. M.
l'payer Meeting, Wodnesilny evening,
.rreachlng, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, Vt p. m. John Van Daxter and
Mary Stephens Superintendents.
uov. j. j, Hiionrs, rnsior,
UAItltlOIlH.
' J.OEO. STEINHOUSKi
FASHIONABLE BA1113ER,
Cor. Ntli-st. mill CoiiiiiH'rcluI.nv.
WBShnrp Itazors,
CD'Cleau TowoIh nnd
D-Sl;illfull Wcrkmen.
OVI.adleH' and children's hair cut nnd sham
pooed, t'ilhcrat tho shop or at their own homes.
arRtntlemen'p whisker nd hair dyed tu a
cleiitlllo manner. Satlslaq erb iarantced.
PROPRIETORS.
iii:i.mroi,i'm.
HELMBOLD'S
II KI.M 1101.1) S
iiui.miioi.d.s
iii:i.miioi.I)'h
lir.I.itllOI.D'H
iiki.hiiold'h
iiki.hiioi.d'h
HKI.MllOI.Il'
GBAPE PILL.
CATAWI1A OltAl'K 1'ILI.S.
CATAW1I.V OIIATK VILLS.
(,'ATAWIIA flllAl'K I'lLI.ii.
CATAWIIA OIlAre VlhtA.
CATAWIIA OI'.AI'K
CATAWIIA OltAl'K riM..S
CATAWIIA OI'.AI'K 1'ILL".
HELMBOLD'S
ii elm iiold'8
iiklmiiold'h
iiklmuOld'h
iiklmiiold'h
HELilllOLll's
hklmuolu'h
UKLItIIOLI'tt
EXTRACT
SARSAPARILLA
FLUID
FLUID
FLUID
FLUID
VLUIU
FLUID
FLUID
F.XTKACT
K.XTKACT
KXTKACT
KXTItACT
VXTItACT
KXTKACT
KXTItACT
HAHHAI'AItlLLA
hAIUAl'AItILLA.
riAlMAl'AttlLLA.
,BAr.Al'AIlILLA.
HARfAFARILLA.
BAIUAI'AKILLA.
bAK'Al'Ar.ILLA.
iTiiirv tiii: iti.oon.
IIELMUOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT SAUSArA
IULLA. Cures nil Eruption' of the Skin.
IIKLWHOLUI! FLUID EXT7tACT.SABAl'A
itlLLA -'
Curen ttio wont form of Illood Dliea'c...
HKLMIIOLDV FLUID KXTKACT hAltsATA
1SILLA '
Enters heavily Into the Circulation of the
Illood.
IIKLMUOLD'S FLUID KXTItACT SAlATA
KILLA llcaullfit" the Complexion.
HKLMUOLD'H FLUID. KXTKACT hAKSAI'A
KILLA. One lottlc Is crjual in atreogth to one galloa of
tho Syrups or Dcccc-lon. a. u.ually made; and
a wlne-Kla.n added to n runt of water rquaU the
co'ebrate.1 I.tsr.i'.V DIET DltlNK. Try it this
uay. A delightful beverage.
1IKLM nOLD 6 CATAWIJA ORAl'K FILLS
llKLMHOLD's CATAWIIA OKATE TILLS
A pleasant, safe and agreeable CAthartlc.
It ELM HOLD'S CATAWIIA OKAFE TILLS
Used In all aflectlons here a Turgative Medicine
is needed,
IIKLMNOLD'.H CATAWIIA ORAl'K TILLS
Harmless to a child, and taken by chlldn n.
IIKLMIIOLD'H CATAWIIA OKATE TILLS
rtuperi-ede Magnesia, Salts and every other Par
gatlte. HKLMIIOLD1!- CATAWIIA OKATE TILLS, -Certain
in elfect, and pleaant In operation,
IIELMUOLD'S CATAWIIA OltAl'K TILL
Is not n patented Till.
IlKLMIiOLl) CATAWIIA OKAl'K TILLS
ArocomK)scd ot Catawba Ornpe Juieoand Huld
Eatract Hhubarb.
Turcha.etwn bottles of IIELMUOLD'S SAK-SA-TA
KILLA and one box ol TILLS-worth their
weight in gold.
Ku better inveitment can be made for so small
a mm.
IIKLMIIOLD'H FLUID KXTItACT 1IUCIIU
Has acquired a worlil.wldc lame.
A LL of mv preparation are meritorious. A
XV. period of twenty years has proved this to o
mo ease.
Seo remarks made by Ileninmln Traverse. F. It
C. M. Speaking of those disea.es, and diseases
arising Irom tlm excess of mercury, he states
wiai no remeuy is equal 10 inn j.xiraci oi enrsa
parilla. its power is cxtraordir urv, more so than
any other drug I nm acquainted with. It is, in
in tho strictest sen.e, n tonic, w illi this invaluable
attribute that it is applicable) to n stato of tho
system so sunken, nnd yet so Irritable, ns ren
ders other subitances of tho tonic class unnvail
able or iniurioiis.
Heo KEMAHKSot tho fiKEAT CHEMISTS AND
TILL MEN OK AMERICA s
Wm. It. Warner A Co.,
15 North Third street, Thiladelphla, Tu.
II. T. Helml-old:
Esteemed Friend I congratulate you nn
having tho handsomest ami at the same tune the
Mo.t Etl'ectivo Till that I liavo ever known for tho
purposes intended. WM. K. WAKNEK & CO.
II. T. Helmbold will remark, in conclusion, that
his remeitles arc tho result of long and careful
study. Tho Fluid Extracts havo been before tho
ti
iiiblic twenty vears. llio sale of them In that
time nroves their value. All havo been benefit.
tod bv them who followed my instructions, anil
to-day they stand unequalled in tho extent of
their sale, nnd unsurpassed bv any medicament
in tho Dispensatory of tho United States, not
excepting n single Ijcrb', Koot, Plant, or ScleiiV
llflo Preparation.
Pharmaceutical I claim all mine, to bo, ami hao
never patented n single one.
to dispel any Impression or prejudice (hat
might exist In the minds ol many against my
preparations, from tho publicity gUcn through
advertising, nn, that 1 am and havo been ft drug,
g st ror a Period of twenty yoars, und morocon-
V1,'I-rlj,.! prvf thl,.Hl'" 'eltor from tho largest
manufacturing chemists in tho world i
Inn; acquainted with Mr. H? Ke'lmbVdiie
occupied the drug store opposite my residence,
nnd was suceesstiil In conducting the business
".... ,..... y. won equally NO LetOro him
phia
ALL HTAtlO Oil THEIR HIBITM.
Tlie Pill I have thought ot ullering to the alllie
ted for ten ) oars.
They aro now perfect, nnd I shall stake my
time, money nnd tamo on tholr ctluetivcnrss,
Tho inviting stylo 111 which tho pill Itself is made,
tho bottle, label, wrapper nil show with what
caro they havo been prepared, After exnnilna
tlon, no English or French preparation will show
greater care, nnd I um really Proud of them.
Instead f the nauseousdooking, carelessly
prepared Pills vended generally, nnd put up In
wooilen boxes, and mado generally, or ottered
by those hav.ng l.o experienca ns physicians,
druggists or manulacturoiH of medioines, tost
the modlcino ollercd by your obedient sonant,
II. T. Iir.LMUOLD.
Crystal Palace Drug Stole, No. 691 Uroadway,
Nwv York.
Palace Pharmacy, (illsey House, Uroadway, nnd
Twenty. ninth street, New York.
Templo rf Pharmacy, Continental Hotel, Phila
delphia; and No. 1U1 Boutli Ttntu Ureel, Phil
adelphia, 80LH IIY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.
, mi. uei-u mwi.iuij iiiiiiiyaarii nn rus cliamc
lerandenlcrpnso. WILLIAM WK1HTMAN.
Urm of Powers A W ghlinan, manufacturing
chemists, Ninth and Urown streets, Philadel
CAIRO,
TILE BULLETIN.
KOKKlOiV AND DOMESTIC.
THK TUKATY DISCL'SSKIJ IN PA It.
LIAMKNT.
LONDON.
IIKHtKST OF A LlilltAllV TAKLIAMKNT
TIIF. WAHllI.N'OTO.V TIIKATV Illf-CUHSKD
KMTKttOK AVU KMI'IIKsS OF HUAIL All
KIVKD. London, Juno 20: Tho Into historian
Ocoruo Oroto lic'iucnUicd Ms llbrnry to
tho London University, of vyliicli lio was.
for jomo yar president.
In tho liouo of lords lo-nlgltt, Lord
Ornnmoro moved u resolution exprcijn
roy ret Unit, tho qucatt lfad Icon ndvi.ed tu
ii-n tlio treaty ol" "Wusliinglon. A Lar
gnin jo unbecoming to tho honor nnd dig
nity of tho country in its conditions, ho
snid, was in conflict with tho instructions
given, was subject and humiliating, ami
Irritated Cunadn without coficilliutitig
America. ' '
Larl Acrlio defended nnd praised tho
treaty.
Tho Karl of -Lotidtrdnlc said it l-iivo ev
erything to tho United State without
securing an criuivulent for Knglntid.
Lord lloufjhton. was utilWd .with tho
cornpatt, becmiho il would prevent future
quarrel.
Karl Granville closed llio debate with it
vigorous defense of tho fiction of govern
ment, and tho motion of Lord Oranmoro
was defeated without a division.
In the TTouso of Commoni,"5ff. Glad
stone hoped that an ourly day would bo
tlxod fpt; discussion on, "tho treaty of
Wnehingtoiu
Sir Charles Dilho opened tho question
of tho ballot. Ho stated that voting by
bulla had proved ft failuro in tho Uuitcd
at'-is:
The debate was continued by Kir Staf
ford Northcote. Foster, (iladV.onc and
Uesracli until tho adjournment.
Tho crnperor and empress of Jfrazil ar
rived at London thisjevening.
.MADRID.
mokkt's financial scheme. to nr. at-
TIIOVED.
Tadkid, Juno lio. It is believed the
Cortes will annrovo all tho Utiuncial bills
submitted by Senor Jlorct.
m. l.r . i.. ir t. , . ,
xiiu King i.i iu receive ji. inirrci lo-uay.
HEltLhV.
AMNK.-TY OKANTKD TO NATIVKs OF AL-
HACK AND LOKI'.AINE.
IIkkli.v, June 29, Tho emperor has
granted amnesty to nil natives of Alsnco
and liorrainc ur.der sentence for political
c military oflcntcs, which are not com
b.ncd with ordinary eimts.
Kkliaiilk and Safe. Dr. Henry's
Itoot and Plant Pills arc mild and plcaso
ant in their operation, yet thorough, pro
ducing no nausea or griping. Ucing en
tirely vegetable, they can bo taken with
out regard to diet or business. They
arouse the liver and secretive organs into
healthy action, throwing oil" dUeaso with
out exhausting or debilitating the system
Try them and you will bo satisfied
Price2S cents a liox. Sold by druggists
and dealers in medicine everywhere.
Prepared by the Grafton Mcdiclnq Co., St
Louis, Mo. iayOdm
The Kenton Coiin Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth street, is now in clmrgo of
Mr. M. I). Gtmter, who having purchased
and thoroughly rcfltted 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 article of corn meal.
Orders left nt the mill or sent through tho
postotlico will receive prompt attention.
' tf
" Tisi'TH Is powerltil nnd must prevail,"
and it is Iruo that there is not n better
boot and shoemaker in Caito than Phillip
Jlaugh. Ono trial is sufficient to satisfy
any.ono'of tho fact, that for durability,
stylo and iltncss, his work cannot bo ex
celled, lie can bo found nt all times at
his shop, on Eighth street near Ohio
Levee, and not conilning himself to nny
peculiar stylo or fashion, can guaranteo
to liis friends nnd customers full ondcom
plolo satisfaction. je-'-'O-tf
St. N iciiolas. Day bourdors can se
cure good accommodations ntthoSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $1 per
week. The house is nt tho corner of Ohio
lovco and Kighth street, a control location,
nnd is proprictored by llariy Walker,
who is olivo to tlio wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
IcArn terms on inquiry at tho ollleo.
inay3dtf
Meals. Tho oranch meat shop of James
Kynnston, located on Commercial avenue,
next door to tho grocery store of James
Carroll, is now in full blast, nnd this pop
ular butcher is supplying all tho rollncd
meat caters of that portion of tlio Fourth
"Ward with splendid meat. If you havo
not tried him givo him a call, tf
FnuiT Fou Sale. Tho undersigned of
fers for salo, in tho orchard, in Puluski
county, nino miles from Cairo, a largo
amount of choico fruit, consisting of
poaches, pears, tipples, quinces etc. This
fruit can bo bought at a great bargain, if
applied (or soon. F.nquiro of
1, S. IIawki.vj,
jtin21d2w U. S. Custom Houso,Cairo.
S'm. Ehlkks has tlio best brands of
Trench calf, moroccos, kid, buckskin and
patent Icathoni, all of which ho will man
ufacture into llio latest stylo of boots and
shoes to suit tho tusto of any and till his
patrons, Jne'Jltf
It bet f ooi Ketrigerutors, ico chests
"water coolers, IX L Ico cream freosers
batlf tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., at
UEERWA11T, OKTII & UO.'S,
myl8tf 130 Com. Avo.
ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JULY
WIlftM Attn U((OOIU.
WM. H. SCHUTTEIt,
Importer nnil Wholesale Dealer In
WINES, LIQUORS,
AMI
TOBACCO & CIGAE3.
Agent for the lest brands of
UltKAM AND STOCK ALK,
AMD
lniiorlr.l Airs or IHirVrnii KlmK.
7o Ohio Lhvkk,
l CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
V. M. STOCKFLKTII,
mtwn miiir. x stuckilktii
Rfrlirjpr mill Uholponlp Ilmlcr in
t'ort'larn ami Itniuriitlr
LI QU 0 RS, W 1 N ES, ETC.
So. 78 Ohio Levee,
HrRiiritvi.n llus.K, UMBO, ILLINOIS.
TI E kft on hand constantly a full stock of
I JL Old Kentucky llourlxjn. Uye anil Monoura
hela Whiskies, French Hrnndles, Holland rim,
II. In ,.,t t.tirA.-.l. ll'l ' ...
JanSotf
11AXKS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or (,'aiiio.
DANIEL JIWtD, President ;
ItOBEUT W. MILLEIt, Vicc-Pre-ldent J
C.N. HUOIIEf, Ca.hler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
IXCHANfiE, coin, bank notes nnd Uu ted
J Mates securities bought and sold.
Interim! Alton eil nn TIiiip l)eiollN.
ENTERPRISE SAA'INGS
Chartered March HI, 1SUU.
orrict is
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A. n.SAFKOnn, President;
H. H. TAYI.dK, Vice-President I
W. UYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
Dinreroiss
P. W. IU ECLAT, ClIAS. GALIHIIKR,
K. M. ritcK'KiHTH, PilO. tieiiiu,
U. M. Cl'N.MMIllAM, W. P. HaLLIUAI,
J. M. PniLlies.
Dcioilts of nny Aiiinimt IteeHiHl from
Ten CenlH l'iuiirN.
JNTEUE3T paid on deposits at the rate ot six
percent, per annum, March 1st nnd Septein
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is added Imme
diately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
giving them compound interest.
MAURI ED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
so that no osr. rur c.iv nmw it.
Open every business day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
nnd Saturday evening lor 8AVINH DEPO.SITii
only, from t to 8 o'clock.
a&anf W. HYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
I'AIKO ILI-ISOIfi.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
W. P. HALLIDAY, President-,
A. II. BAFKOllD, Cashier;
WALTER UYSLOP, AsslsUnt Cashier.
DinccTons:
Btaats Tavlos, PnnrRT II. Ci'XMMiiUMf
ftoTTWiiiTt, W. P. Hallihav,
Oi.ii. I. Williamson, Bth-hkn Uiuu,
A. II. Haitouh.
i:xeliiiiiK., t'ulii mill Viiltnl Slnfi'N
lloiiil Ilaii(lit mill Sold.
DEPOHITU received, and a general banking
business done.
llVTCIIf.UK.
THK PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
CHAN. (JAY KK A- CO.,
Pnoritir.Tons,
KEEP conslnntly on hand tho lost of beel,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb, sausage, pudding,
etc. Fresh white lard lu any uunntity, orneil
beef, etc, always on hand.
Orders promptly tilled, nnd satisfaction w1r(afn-
JAMES KYNASTON,
llnlelii r mill lleuli r In nil Hlmll I'ronU
Meat,
CiiiNru Nivirrr.sTii anu Poi laii BTi;r.T.
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
rUYB and slaughters only tho very best catlls,
15 hogs and shemi, ami is prepared to fill any
demand for fresh meals from ono pound to ten
thousand pounds. decSUf
,1 1871.
I'AJIK COOKlNU HTOVKM.
aok.vth ron thk
mm
''kaw;'- i( O
WAHHAaNTKI) IMHST-CLASS IN KVH11Y ltKSPKCT.
WHAT IIOCSKKKKTKKs SAY AKOCT
"iF-A-HUriE" COOTZTlSrG- STOVES
ALWAYS HKADV,
ALWA.M8 ItKLIAJJLK,
ALWAYS THK UKST,
ALWAYS THK UlIKAPKST,
AND UNEQUALLED IN THE PERFECTION OK COOKING APPARATUS
TUjisr nDiFFETEisra?
I It Y
GLOSHLSTG- OTJT .A.T COST !
, The pi.Mic ore htrehy notliled Hint the largo nnd magnificent stock nf
DUYGOODS,
HOOTS, S II OK. 3, HAT S, CAPS, NOTIONS, KTC,
Ue'inging to the estaleof the la!o
SCOTT WHITE
WILL HE SOLD AT COST,
AT THK OLD STAND, COHNKIt SIXTH STHKKT AND OHIO LKVKK
CAIEO,
je'-W
'1.0THIXJ, HATS, AI'S. KTC
ShiER'
1871. rSTJMMER.l 1871.
ISAAC WALDBB,
KKKT.S CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
A. T THE LOWEST PRICES,
The Cheapest and Itcst
KEADISMADE CLOTHING, J
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, HOOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
COUNKR OF SIATII-ST. AMI OIIIO.LKVKK,
CAIHO, ILLS.
IjAT.TlCULAU. attention paid to orders for WHITE SHIM'S In all styles made, and only
. of tho best of material used.
lIKY-UOUnS, C'Altl'KTS, KTC.
Xo. 101 C'OMMI'.ltt'lAI, Avr.xvi:,
Wishes to cnil atlcnt on to his mimcnso stock of new nnd seaonahlc
DRV-GOODS,
CAltPKTS, HOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
eveeythi1tg peesh, wew, eesieabee.
Dress Goods a 'Specialty.
Novelties in Silks, Poplins, Japnneo Silks, Silk Wimii, Mohair', Lawns, Percales, P. K.'s,
, vie. American Illaek Oros (irnin Silk, ami u full lino of llio celebrated
Heaver llrand of Turo Illaek Mohair.
Tho largest nssoitment of
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
LACE CTJ-TAiatTS,
Ileal mill Iinlfnlliiii Liucm, dr., ever ollerol In Hie elly. New mid rlioleo
hljleo l' 'iirielM, null 11 lull lliir ol' oil L'lolliw, .tliitl liifM, NtnlrC'urii
els Mini llugH. liiiols, billies mill HiiIh In grenl variety.
FAIR DEALINGS AND SMALL PROFITS.
tfAn examination of hln slock is respectfully asked.
L.AWVKHH.
ALLEN, MULKEY & WHEEL Kit,
ATTORNEYS
AMI
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, )
John H.Miilkey, V CAIHO, ILLINOIS,
Samuel P.Wheeler.j
BO-Parllcular attention pnid lu river nnd ml
mlralty business,
OFFICE KOOMB 1 AND 8 WINTKIl'S 1ILOCK,
GREEN & GILRKRT,
ATTORNEYS
AM
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. firccn, 1 ,.,,. ,,,in.-ij
William II (lilbert, ! CAIHO, ILLINOIS
Miles F.dilbert, J
B-HuecliiI attention glieli to Admlinlly aud
Steninbont busitioss.
OFFICE OHIO I.EVEE, UOOMS 7 AND 8 OVKK
CITY NAT1UNAI. HANK, y
I'KINTINO.
BOOKS, pamphlels, briels, catalogues, news
papers, tax lists, and every variety of exten
.i.a npmilni, pontriLcted for. and nromvllv and
speedily executed, In tho llultctln book, Job,
' .. .. k...ll.... Atitil.ltuli.n..,tt
uewspuper u iiu'iii-, ."v. .,...
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
celeuratkd
sizes kow beady.
S O l S.
IXjXjIITOIS.
?uts. sciirr wiiitk.
WIIOI.IXAI.K CllOCEHS.
R. SLYTIL & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO I.EVEE',
(Mill (I, ILLINOIS.
A'so, keep eon-tantl)- on hand u most com.
pletv stock of
Xiio,iroias-
SCOTC'll AND UIUU WUIS1CIKS,
-a i n s,-
Port, Madoria, Shorry and Uatawlft "Wines
R SMYTH A- CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
, vth ih fact they invito tlio especial atten
tion of close Unburn buyers.
Sjifcial a(nfioi yhtn to Filling Qrdtn.
HOTKLN.
CRAWFORD IIOUSK,
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Enlranco on Hixth-st.,)
V. J. 0k.., )
'J" .V' . . ) CINCINNATI, on 10.
I-.. II. Lodwlolc, J
OAKES, CALlY A CO. Proprietors.
SOUTH KHN HOTKL,
Ohio Levee, between Hlxlh and Eighth streets,
opposite main steamboat landing,
between Hlxlh and I
to main steamloat I
CAIRO ILLS.
NEWLY PITTED AND FURNISHED.
Tcriii,82er liny.
Watch kept for boats nnd train night and day.
Jo2ldir
WHITE & LVNDE.
iTopnerors,
OKNTltAL JIOUSE.
Opposite the PostolTlce.onHixth Street betwaen
Washington ami Commercial avenues,
Cairo, ills.
This house has been thoroughly over-hauled,
refurnished and renovated, and is now open for
the reception of guesti. Tho rooms aro all l.irgo
nnd well ventilated, nd fualuturo new. IFatcli
,Pi P'lltud dny, MU3. UAKFNEY,
Je'dtf Proprietress.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL-AVENUE, OPPOSITE P. O.,
CAIRO, ILLS.
josetii daylis?, : : : : : pnorrjEion.
The House is Newly Furnished
And offers to tho public first-class accommoda
tions nt reasonable rates.
UROCKRIF.S AND DUV UOODS.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
DEALtn IS
EAIILY GrROCERIES,
DIIY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CATS, ETC.,
Has just received a heavy stock of Boots and
Shoes, Hosiery and Notions,
FOU SALE FOR CASE VERY CIIEAP
Ho also has, a fine stock of Family Groceries ot
every kind.
CORNER SIXTU-ST. AND COMMER
CIALS V.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OENEDAX AGENTS.
IIALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS,
F0UWA1DING and COMMISSION
MEHOIIAXTN,
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And Agenti of
Olilo lliver nuil Hannwlin
salt compan"ie0"
70 Ohio Lfvee,
tf . CAIKO, ILL1NOIB.
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
co:m::f.a.:t.iz,
Is prepared to supply customers lth the test
quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
CO AT, i.
SRDP.ni left at llalllday Bros, office, 70 OHIO
LEVEE, or at the Coal Tard below to M.
tries Hotel, will recelvo prompt aitesilnm.
VnETUQ''MONTAUK,rwlllMUoUlo
ild uttamtrt at any hocr. UMCtr

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