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JOHN If. ORKRLY & CO..
WIXCM AND I.IUtlOIU.
WM. II. SCH UTTER,
Importer nml Wlmlcunlp llrnlrr In
WINES, LIQUORS,
TOBACCO &c CIO-AIRS.
Agent fur Ihfl bel bran N of
CIIKAM AND STOCK' ALE,
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llcrllfji-r nml Wholi-iwlr llrnlcr In
I'uri'licn mill IHitiir.il Ic
j 'O S. WINES. ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk,
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i;virj. on hind constantly n full twk of
DM Kt-ntiieky HourUin. Kite ami .Mnniinyx.
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DANIEL Ill-ftl), President ;
HOHKItT W MtLLKII, VivcIVf ll-nt ;
C.N. UUGIlt, Ca-hlrr.
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ENTERPRISE SAYINGS
ClmrlrrHl Mnrrli 31, 1H00.
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-r ..i. inirrcH not wiuiuraun i. amen unine.
tcly to the )ritictpAl of the dcpoidti, thereby
t ng llu in compound lnt ret.
MARRIED WOMEN AN1 CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
a that v ' r. rue CAS I.UAW IT.
Open every buiiineji. day from 9 a.m. lo S p in.,
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ii y, from 6 to o'clock.
nuaiif W. II YflLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
BAN"K,
(AlltO ILLINOIS.
'A PITA L.
8100,000
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V. P. 1IALLIIUY, Preildcnt;
A. II. HAFI'OHI), Cashier',
M'ALTl'R HYHLOP, AnlrUnt Cashirr.
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KxrlinnKO, t'oin anil I'nlloil NIiiIch
lionil IIoiikIiI mill Nolil.
KP0S1T3 received, nnd a Kenernl ImnklnK
liiialneis tionr,
1UT0IIMI.I.
' . IM'.OI'LIO a ill JiAT JlAKKJ'iT
CHAN. (JAVi:U A CO.,
Paoi'BicTour.
.rKEP connUnlly on haml tlio lest of lieel,
i.nrl.-. mutton, vcul. lamb, siumniio. pinMlnir.
d ft tin . nlU'AVH Oil llHllll.
ur.Ir.ru nrumniiv llliwu. iiiiu Biiwuauuuu niiiiiiu.
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JAMES KYNASTON,
Mi-ill,
CdUUKU iS'lNKTERMII AXU Poi'lAH HTIIH.T.
CA1U0, ILLINOIS.
Tl .'( 1 .1 1 , . n a nnu II. a ... -tr V .11. 1 MnlllM
llogiilDH sneep, nu is iiroimreu iu nn miy
nana for Irculi mean irom ono nounn to ten
PROPRIKTOKK
Wit n nnr r nnuw
J.X1.JU XUJJLiJ2iXJJ3l.
mam
F0JU51GN AND DOMESTIC.
Our fiicc-inl telegrams lack tliU
iiioniiii:, lliat fulliio., wliicli.wc tniM,
will bo liurcaflcr sujijilieJ. A "hitoli"
in the Iraititiiiisaiou m the oxtilitriation.
TIIH KUICLUX COM.M1TTKK.
A HOMTAKY NTOUKIt AND THE
".MYTHICAL" KIVK,
THE I'K ESI DENT AT LONG
UI'.AXCH.
GEN. IIUKNSIDE AT UINOIKNATI.
A IILOOin' HOW AT LOU'SVILLE.
LATEST IJY OA I! I.E.
ETC, ETC, ETC.
WASHINGTON.
A COL01IEO "UKOTIIKK" (W THE KIKU'X.
ANU A t.'AtTASIA.V TJ1TTC Till! "MTTH
ICAL" riYK DODO K WI LLA KI) WAIWISH,
OK A L.MIA MA, l.VDOIWKD II Y COtOltKD
KEI-UIII.ICANH HIS IIONI) OF COMJtCTOK
or roiiT or jioiih.15 ii.kd fOLicrrtjii
M'.MICIIAKI. AND 1118 BL'SI.VEmS D1HA
IILKD HOLD IK IIS AND CIOAt!.
Itfpnrlcd eit.ccitlljr lor .he Ca Eu"ttin.
'SVmiiNOTON, July 1. The kuklux ex
amining oouiinitlco to-tlay examined tcv
orl witnctj, among them Ezckicl Har-
rl!, n young colored man, -who rent! nnd
works a piece of land in Chatham county,
Ncr'.h Carolina, lie toitiQod that juit be
fore Iwit Christmn a band of whllo men
visitid b!i ncishoorhood and ook away
h' own and other negroca' guai ; a thoit
timo afterward a party of diigi ited per
sons, whoai bo believed tobokullur, camo
to his house at night and called on him to
open tli door. He dressed, and at oneo
barricaded all me.u of entrance, except
one window, which tbokuklux forced open
and began to fire through. Ilia wife and
six children being with him insido,
ho rctvrnd their Arc. The parties
shot ono of bis family in tbo brcasA:
and another in tbo eve. nnd.
I
whiloreloadirg bis rifle; celled out loudly
for his "mythical" fivc-shooterc, where
upon tbo ku-klur withdrew. Ho swore
be knew of no sufficient reason for this at
tack, having duno nothing to provoko it
unless it was to voto tho republican
ticket. Ho had concluded not voto to any
more.
nr vns.vY.
Capt. Daniel Bryan, cotiscrvativo wit
ness, knew of theso occurrences only by
hearsay but gave tho parties high char
acter. WILLAZ-.D WAItXEK,
recently appointed collector of tbo port of
Mobile, received a telegram to-day, stat
ing that at meeting of colored republicans
held there, they voted thah'ts unanimous
ly to President Grant nnd Sccrotary Uout
well for his appointment. "Warner to-day
filed his bo id, and received bis comm's
sion. His bondsmci aro General Sher
man nndJcx-Scnator Cattcll, of Now Jur
ser. ANNUAL KiSroIlTH.
Chiefs of different divisions of tbo In
ternal rovenuo ofllco sent thoir report for
tho fiscal year, jist ended, to tho commis.
Montr to-day, showing tho cntiro wo?k of
tho year to havo been completed, and no
enses lying over.
KOLICITOTt m'miciiaki,
has delivered opinions on about four hun
dred cases since bis appointment, many of
which were on tho solicitor's desk wheu bo
entered upon bis prosont official duties.
This officer also commences tho now fiscal
year with a clean desk.
CKJAUS AND hOLDIKKS.
A rcjuost has been presented to tbo in
ternal rovenuo authorities, from tho na
tional asylum for dlsnblod soldier?, at
Hampton, Va., asking 'to bo nllowed lo
manufacture cigars without Incurring tax
es and assessments mot by individuals in
tho transaction of similar manufacturing
pursuits. No action, n j yet, has been ta
ken. Under existing laws this privilege
t j n not bo granted.
THE VEATHKIt.
Tho barometer lias varied n little, and
risen at Pacific and Kocky mountain sta
tions. A low baromotor which was in tho
north-west, Friday ovenlng, h-s mov .1
over lako Suporior, and cntwarJ, with
fresh, south-westorly wind, and light rain
on northern lakes, Michigan and Huron.
Tho area high pressuro has moved oast
ward and now oxtonds from Maryland to
Massachusetts. Tho baromotor has rlson
from Missouri to North Carolina and north
warJ, oxcopting slight fall immediato coast
from Mnlno to Virginia, whoro It is now
probably rising. Ealn foil during tbo
night from North Carolina to Pennsyl
vania and threatening woathcr lias
continued during tho day and
lias extended to Massachusetts.
llain is rcportod this afternoon from
Florida and Georgia, clearing up and clear
weather wost of Indiana and Michigan.
ritOUAllILITIKU.
It is probable that n low baromoter will
extend to caatorn stales by Sunday night ;
that south westerly winds will probr.bly
contlnuo on tho lower lnkcs and south
easterly winds on tho Atlantic coast from
Maino to Now Jersey. "Westerly winds
and clear weathor aro prob&blo for tho
Ohio and Mississippi.
CAIRO,
FOREIGN.
FRANCE.
rAvni: and tub aloeuian inbukukction
heporfod espceln'ly forlhoCa.lo lliilit.fn.
Vekhailles, July 1. In tho assembly,
to-day, Favro declared that tho prope:ty
of tbo Algoriai inturgand had been con
fiscated. Ho admitted that many districts
wcro i(lll in tho hands of Iho insurgont',
but said that reinforcements woro going
forwan' and that tho insurrection would
be soon stippt6'ed.
ITALY.
IlKUOVAI. OF MINI8TK1: rr.OM FLORENCE
to HOME.
HfiME, Ju'y 1. All tlio Italian' 'mink
for lmvo. arrived in Jtomo arid havo been
initialled in the ministry,'
Tho rcprceninllv'oj or PoUugiiU.a,'),
Switzerland and Ifavn.-ia' havo arrived in
the city. Other ambassadors aro expected
to-morrow
HANOVElt.
TntrwriiAi. ESTnY lettku r.ou tiik
KAlrfEK.
I JYn, Ju'y 1. Tho Hanover troops
made J bi-illlant entry into this cltt, to-day.
A disnatch was reccfvcu.from the emperor
"William regretting Ms absence".
AL'.STMA.
VON I1KVST AXU TIIK JIL'DUKT.
ViKVNA Jfl- 1. Tlio Austrian rclc'i
stagln pasted, .bc liudjct. . Count Von
Bucst mado a speech in tbo rcichting to
day on tho subject.
s.i;ruKr:.
a ,!tootiiiojik" tior.br.i, rou hukuiAm
lt!H illl.ITIA FOr.lilDDi.V TO A. IKMnf.l.
a FKiirjiiiorriCEii on tuk wAr.i-ATit.
Salt Lake, July 1. Ac !ng Governor,
Georgq A. Eloc' , in a proclamation issued
to-Jlay, fo'bids tho asutiibiing of ;ho m'
litla or any armed forco in 1'talt that rcc
ogizes any commander o":c lit the
govcuior.
NEW YORK.
WASIIINfiTO.V H 11U8T LN'COVEItK.f
IIENHY
WAFD JtEKCUlIIl ON IT.
llleporlc! eipi" 'ly o W-ti o trletia.
New Yoiik, Ju'y 1. A largo bronze
bust of George Washington was unvai'cd
in Prospect Purl:, Ilrooklyn, in tho pics
enccof over f. con thousand persons. Tho
oration was deli' crcd u P.cv. Il'cnry Ward
Ilccchcr. Ho spoko of tho c 'loin nmong
tho Greeks of decorating thoir temples
with busts of men who had become emi
ncnt, and said st'ch an honor was an incen
tive to efforts of talent and genius.
LOUISVILLE.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION Ar.RKHTKD FOR
ATTF.M1TED MURDER, ETC.
Ite port tu en vu'.V'y for.v.e CjIo nnl'eCo.)
Louisville, July 1. The democrats
of tbo CCtb and STt'i senatorial districts
met in concr .ion i i thlsci.y to-day. A.
T. Popo was no ninn'?d for stato scnii.or
from tho 30th r id It. J. Wobb from tho
37th district.
t5 ATTEMPTED MURDER.
Thomas Grant was arrested tc-dnv fo:
an attempt to kill his wif- The woman
was found in tin houso covered with blood
and insensible from wounds Inflicted with
a knife which was found in Grant's posses
sion wlicn captured.
HEAVY ALK.
Tho heaviest sale of city pro; crly ever
mado in this covnlry will be held lieionczt
week. This salo Is cxpe -ted to attract pco
plo from all parts of tho Unitid States.
The railroad companies centering hero will
rcduco tho faro for thoso wishing to attend.
JUVER NEW.
ltlvcr rising slightly with 21 inches ovc
tho chuto and 1 feet C Inches in tho canal
Weather v fin and clear. Business very
dull.
Arrived and d ipartcd ; Ciiamplian, St.
Louis to Cincinnati; tho Shannoi will de
part for Now Or'cans to-morrow. Falls.
Pilot left "or Cairo with two barges
southern froight from the Lconidas.
CINCINNATI.
F - OEX I.. HUr.NSIllB MAKES A Kl'EKClI
li"'0.1E TIIK TRADE AND ASKS FOR A
r.sc.rt'Tio.v FitoM Cincinnati for
T ' K CAIRO AND Vl.NOKNNES 1'AII.ROAH. I
I'epor fd espee'iilly for Iho falio Dulle .'p.J
C. re nnati, J tly 1. A flro occ.irrcd
in S'unucl Boylo's foundry cafed damago
to t'.io cxicnt ot $10,000.
(1KNKRAI, llUUVrtlOE
addressed tho Morcluuit's Exchango to
day on behalf of tho Cairo and Vinccnncs
Ilaihoad. Ho wants a subscribtion
amountuig'.o ono hundrod and fifty in two
hi! idrcd thousand dollars.
OHIO.
CHOP REPORTS.
IteporleJ c";iecmlly for l!ioC'ro IluPe In.
Toledo. O.. July 1. Tho Blado of this
evening contains crop reports from fifty
points in onto, iuicnigan, minois anu in
dinnn. Tho summini; ut) of tho rcnorts
indlcato a largo wheat crop, a fair crop of
hay and light crop o. oats, ino potato
crop will bo bo'.tor thou was ospocUd but
light. Tho corn crop promisos to turn out
well. Tho fruit crop will bo a lilt' bolow
an average, probably a three-fourths crop
LONG BRANCH.
UI.YHSEH TAKES TEA WITH TOM MUKl'lIY
AND WILL ATTEND CHURCH TO-DAY
DISTINGUISHED ARRIVALS THE HACKS.
Ktportjd especially fur the Cairo Bulletin,
Lo.va Branch, July 1. President
Grant attended tho banqult tendered him
in collector Mtirphy'scottago, thisovening,
Tho president's family attend church to
morrow In tho M. E, church.
DISTINOUISIIFD TISITOU8.
Govornor Cook, of Washington, Sena
tor Cattoll, of Now Jorsoy, and Senator
Gcorgo Sponcor, of Alabama, aro at tlio
Wo.it End Hotel.
Nearly two thousand visitors arrived
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, JULY
hero to-day, among thcmalaigo number
of
TURF MF.V.
Pools on tho races will bo sold oh Mon
doy evening at tho West End Hotol.
All tho horses aro In flnp condition nnd
sho'ving great speed.
iilLATELI'IIIA.
THE NATIONAL FRAUD IN QUAKKRDOM.
(Imported cupeelrillT lor Iho CUlrti Diillelln.
Pin'.ADF.LPiiiA, July 1. Tho Athletics
of this city defeatcl tho Kiklonga of
Fort Waynr, 20 lo 3. They excelled
both at tho hat and in tho field, though
tho vUltors batted well nnd at times
ilcldul flholy. Tho Athletics ' soon won
tbo game.
LOUISVILLE.
a lif.oowr fIoht loyal hoys aoiNo for
KAC'II OTHER WITH CLEAVERS.
IHer upce'lly .or tl i Cf.ro llul eti.i,
Loujm-illk, -.luly 1-Tbn evening a
bloody Oglit occurred among ton dis
charged federal soldiors comlnirtotho cilv
or. i. truia froii Lobanon, In which two,
named, icspcctively, Scott and JIcDonak',
were wotincVrl : ono" cut In tlio eve and an.
other scrously cut on tho arm. Tho
wounded men are undur medical treat
ment, Tho leaders in tho fight aro under
arrest.
DULL'TII AND RETURN vi'A Cllleill'O mill
ri
return vl Dtinlclth, or via Dnnlcith and
return via Chicago, I4..25. Good for 30
Jy jylt3
Twenty Dollars Eeward. I will
pay a reward of twenty dollars for It.
formation that will load lo .the arroit nnd
conviction uii tbo person or persons who
changed tho switch this morning on Ohio
lovee, in front or Clark's, block, thereby
throwing a train off tho track.
James Johnson, Agent.
Cairo. June 29, 1371. jc30-3t.
Great Excitement. Tho city has
been agitated during tbo past week on tho
subject of tho excellent St. Lotiis Beer,
Weiss Beer, Khlno Wine, and splendid
cigars for salo at Charley Schoncmcycr's
saloon. His Weiss Beer is becoming a
popular drink his Khino Wino is tho
best In tho city, bis St. Louis Beer
nlways ico cool. The Egyptian Saloon is
located at tho corner of Tenth street nnd
Wftjiliinrrlnn nvpnnrv tvlinrn nil lnv.K nf
Hood things to drink should call.
The Fenton Corn Mill. This estab
lishment, corner of Commercial avenuo
and Twentieth street, is now in cbargo of
Mr. M. D. Gunter, who having purchased
and thoroughly refitted it. invites the at
tention of the public to tho fact that hois
now prepared to furnish dealers nnd fami
lies with tho very best article of corn meal.
Ordors left at tho mill or sent through tho
po5tolllco will roccivo prompt attention.
tf
Sr. Nicholas. Day boarders can sf
curo good accommodations ntthoSt. Nich
olas (formerly tho St. James) at $1 per
week. Tho houso is at tho corner of Ohio
levee and Eighth street, a central location,
and is proprictorcd by Hany AValkcr,
who is alivo to tho wants of his patrons.
Parties desiring boarding and lodging can
learn terms on inquiry at the office.
may.Tdlf
Shoes Warranted. Mr. Black of tho
City Shoo Store, agent for tho salo of our
gcntlomci.s', ladies' and misses' shoes, is
nuthorizod by us to warrant all of our
shoes bca"ing tho Uampoftho City Shoe
Store, and to replaco with new ones nil
shoes of our brand sold by him that may
rip. Brolaski ii Co.,
Jy-l-tf Shoo Manufacturers, St. Louis.
Fourth of July Excursion. To any
point on tho Illinois Central Itailroad
for ono nnd one-fourth faro for round trip.
Good for July 4th and for return, includ
ing July 6th. 3t
CANS I CANS 1 1 CANS 1 1 1
Fivo hundred dozon No. 1 Tin FUUIT
CANS AT THE NEW-YORK STORF, tit $1.00
per dozen. Largest wholesale and retail
stock in tho city.
Greei.y & Partek.
Notice. Hereafter and during tho re
mainder of tho hot soason tho meat shops
of Cairo, will not, as heretofore, bo opened
for tho salo of cut meats on Saturday even
ing, but will open as inual on Sunday
morning and bold regular markets until
9 o'clock a.m. je30-3t.
For Exchanqe. An involco of bats
and caps and other morchandlso for u
small houso and lot in Cairo. For deslra
blo property will pay somo cash differ
ence. Call at No. 140 Commercial avenue
Elliott, Haythorn iV Co.
Keep Cool. ltotrigerators, ico chtsts
walor coolers, I X L'ico cream freezers
bath tubs, japanned cloth for window
screens, etc., etc., at
UEEltWAUT, OHTH & CO.'S,
mylStf 130 Com. Avo.
Economy. By using Mrs. Whitcomb's
Syrtiti for children, many a doctor's bill
can bo saved, and much suffering avorlcd.
Head tlio advertisement in another col
umn. Jo27d&wlw.
One Hundred and Fifty Thousand
Tho array of Charter Oak Stoves now
in actlvo sorvlco in tho kitchons of tho
fcOiUh and west is over ono hundred and
fifty thousand strong, and doing tho work
of thrice that number of stoves of other
kinds Jc27d&wl.
Wm. Ehi.erh has tho best brands of
French calf, moroccos, kid, buckskin and
patent leathers, nil of which ho will man
ufacture into tho latest stylo of boots nml
shoos to suit tho tasto of any and all Ills
patrons, Jno'iltf
,2 1871.
fame COOK1NU HTOVKS.
agents for. THE
' I I
?TovE$
WAURAN'jKI) I'lHST-CLAbS 1a KVKIIY RE31KCT.
WHAT HOUSEKEEPER') SAY ABOUT
"IF-AJMIE" COOIKHHSr Gr STOTES -ALWAYS
JiKADl',
ALWA.MS lltilJAULK,
ALWAYS TIIK IJKST,
AIAVATS TUB CIIKAPKST,
AND UNEQUALLED IN THE PERFECTION 01' COOKING APPARATUS
TIEIfcT XSiaPFEE-EDtTT
I II Y
OLOSIUO- OUT .A-T COST I
TLc pu'illc nrn l.rtt ly notilli.il that tlio liirgn nml mnKnlflccnt stock of
DHYGOODS,
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
lie longing lo the tulnteof the lalo
SCOTT WHITE
WILL BE SOLD AT COST,
AT THE OLD STAND, COHNEK SIXTH STHKKT AND Oil 10 LEVEE
CAIEO, - - -
JeSMif
('LOTIIl.Nd, HATN, C'Al'N, KTC.
1871. SUMMER. 1871.
ISAAC WALDBE,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
AT, THE LOVEST CASH PE.ICES,
Tho Cheapest ami Horn
HEAD1VMADK CLOTHING,
GENT'S FUBNISH1NG GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
(Olt.M'.ll OI' MXTII-ST. AM) OIIIO.LKVKi:,
CAIRO, ILLS.
1).P.TICULAK attention pai.1 to onleis for WIUTi: KlIIUTS In all Mjlen maile, ami only
of tliu t.et of inntctinl Ukcil.
IlUT-HOOnS t'AIt I'K'I'S, KTC.
So. 1(11 COMMl'.IK'IAL AYLMTi:,
Withe, to cnll attent on lo hl immento stock of ncu nnl xcnfon.il.lo
DRY-GOODS,
CARPETS, HOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
EVEBYTHI3STG- PEESH, 3ST3E3"W, EESIBABLE.
D it ess Goods a Specialty.
Novelties In fills", Poplins, JHimneso Silkf, Silk Warns Molmlrn, I.nn, Perenlen, P. K,'n,
ele. American Hkiek (lio (luiln hllk, nml it lull line oi the eeletirutfil
llenvcr lli.iml of l'llie llue Jloluur.
'I lio largest ascoi tinent of
Y1 UTE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
LACE C"CJE,TAI3TS,'
Ileal nml liiilliillmi Lncoi, I'lr.. ever niri'riil In Slip rlly. New nml rliolre
HlylPM r CnrpclN, mill ii llill lliii' l Oil OIiiIIin, MiiIIIiikm, Ntulri'arp
oltitiiil IIiikn. Iluolt, bliut'i mill IIkIm in ifrint variety.
EAllt DEALINGS AND SMALL l'HOl-'ITS.
An exmmtlon of hU stock Is respeetlnlly
LAWYr.HS.
ALLEN, MULKEY k W1IEELEH,
ATTORNEYS
AMI
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen, "I
John ll.Mnikey, CAIIIO, IM.INOIB.
Humilel P.Wheelor.J
0UPiirlicnlnr ttlentlou paid to river nml ml
inlnilty lumlncds,
OFFICE ROOMS 7 AND 8 WINTER'S I1I.OCK,
QUEEN k GILHEKT,
ATTORNEYS
AM
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.firecn, )
William II (lilhert, OAIII", ILI.INOH.
Miles P.tlilbott, J
Hpeoliil Kltenlinn Khen to A'lmlrully unl
Bteamhuat liimlneHii,
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OYER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
I'UINTINO.
VJOOKH, iiuniphlolii, lirietH, eataloKne. new 8- I
Yj paper, tax list, anil every variety of eiten- I
elva prmtlun eontranto.l lor, anil proinylly nml
kpeodily execillud, lit Iho llulletin bock, job, '
newipttpet a I3.JImk establlsluneu',
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASIIIKTON AVE.
peleiirated
III
SIZES iTO"W BEADY.
O O ! H.
XXiXjIOSTOIS.
MIIS. MOTT WlUTi:.
niked.
W1KILLNALK CIIOCKKN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
O II 10 L K V K K ,
) A I It O . ILLINOIS.
A'so, keep constantly on hand a inoit com
plete Block of
LIQUOBS-
KOTCIl AND IRISH WUlSKllt,
-Q I N 3,-
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
T BMY'l'jl t CO. sell exclmlvely for eash, lo
J.V. )ili:lr fact they Invito the eupcclal atten-
i iiuii ,i viu.a iMritiii uiiycro.
Bpectat ttfenfioti ylvtn to Filling QrdtT).
HOTELS).
CltAWFOItD HOUSE.
: i . . .
CORNER SIXTH and WALNTJT-ST.,
, (KntrsnVo on!n'lxU:s!t.;). !
P. .i. ok., )
I. !. cn,ly, J. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
I'., ll. Ii.lnick, J
OtKIH,C.M)Y A CO.f Proprietors.
SOUTHERN HOTEL, , .,
Ohio Levee, between sixth nml Kiahlh street,
oppoiiio main nlenmlioatlnnJIng,
CAIRO ILLS.
. .it
NKWI.V PITTKIl AND PCItSISHED,
Tornm, Ha per liny.
WntoJi kept for toaht nnJ tn.ins nlRht and day.
Je2I'llf WHITK A I.YNDK.
Proprletorn,
; CENTRAL JIQUfiE.'
Oppoile the Poi.lotnee,on8ixth Street between
aihlngton ami Commercial avenues,
Cairo, ills.
Thin liouio has been thorouahly over-hauled,
fnrulalieil nn.t renoTAtt.l. and n now oocn far
the reception of trueiti. Tho rooms aro ail largo
nnd well Tentllated, and fnahitiiro new. Hatch
kept nigiitnnil nay, JIKS. ti Ar rNKY,
jetilll Proprlcttess.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL-AVEXUE, OprO-ITE P. O.,
CAIRO, ILLS.
jo-eph iiayli..", : : : : : rr.orniETOR.
Tiik .Holjsk is Newia Furnished
And olfer to (ho public first-cla.il accotnmoda-
lions ni reaoname raien.
MII.I.1NKIIS.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FUKNISniNG GOODS,
Cniuuierclal Avenue, opposite Elliot
anil Ilnj'lliorn'H
at Avenue, oppo
anil Ilnj'lliorn'H
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Iteady-MaJc.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies'
Hats and Bonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McG-EE,
EIGHTH STREET, BETWEEN WASIIINUTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
lias Jmt received a full and splendid lino of
NEW GOODS
dress trimmings,
silk gimps,
silk galoon;
guipure laces,
' moss trimmings,
crocket buttons
silk and velvet buttons,
plusu and trimming velvet,
hats and bonnets,
FINHLKID GLOVES,
LA DIEt AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a fill I nnd complete slock of
Millinery find Fancy Goods,
All of which ho proposes to sell at
THE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES.
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COIMIIFAIErir,
Is prepared to supply ciutouicra with the best
quality of
PITTSBURG AxYD ILLINOIS
CO-AXj. .
OIIIiEIH left lit llulliday lima. oiTlco, 70 OtllO
LKVKK, or nt tho Coal Yard below the it,
Cii-rle Hotel, will receivo prompt attention.
TIIK TUtl " MONTAUK" will i.tinccoal aloni
rnilu ntciimera nt auy hour, WMI
OAS riTTLHN.
V. S. MURK AY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVED FROM PERRY UOUbK
TO IU
BRICK nUILDING on SEVENTH 8T,
OPPOSITE WINTER'S BLOCK,
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
HK has greatly improved kU stock, and haa
now on baud all kinds of
CHANDELIERS, URACKXTd,
PENDENTS, HALL LIO UTS,
OLOUES, 8UADK4, XTO.
nE HAS MARKED DOWN PBIGXS
To tho lowest Uvin flKuro, and InvlU Da
patronise of ll.o public.
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