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THE CAin6 DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1871.
IIOOMjANUW.
TUBJ3UIiIMIN
I'lllil lent Ion Ottlee, lltillclln llull(llnrr,
U'riMliliiKtoti Avenue.
wiim.RNAi,r. ciKtcr.nft.
FAMILY fiKOC'RRIRN.
OEIfKKAIi AOKNTrl.
HOM MISSION ANI lOItWAHni.tfl.
"AJIKS.
It. SMYTH & 00.,
WHOLK9ALK OK00HK9,
IIALLIDAY BROTHERS,
W.Stratton. T. tlird.
ENTERPmsTsTyiNGsT
STRATT0N & BIRD,
(iJuccesiors (oBtrntton, Hudson A Clark.)
To DcliilltnlI Persons!
lyspcpucsl Bulltrers from Liver Com
plaint I To those having no Appetite!
io mono with Itroken Down
Constitutions!
linn rpon n Tn I'liii.i... wai nu awut i
ToBpy yrllh Debilitated Dlgeitlvo
Organs I
NymptoniK.
4 4 Hdeh lit Con .
stlpatlon, Iritranl
rills, Fnlneei or
' TAlbodlo the Head, Acid-
II of tho Btomaeh, Names,
llaarthnrn.iJisgostfbr Food. Full.
naaaorWalalllln (He mofflacll. tOnr
or tneitwmacii, rjwirnminr oi ins iieea.
flu. vmtvww K 1 1 . i it i i miu nun laiu
TallowntaaofthnHkloand Eyes, Fain
la me sue, umk cnest, i.imti,
to., hodden Fluhoa of Heat,
Burning In tlm Flesh, Con.
slant. Imaginings of
Krll, and Oreat
Dopii-imlnn of
Spirits.
in i it nm nil y. w i H Tiritimnnri
I.. I.I II , I I .
any Atria .
Ifltivat from ill others. Il l coninoKl of
una Harm, (or. me.ieinsuy wrrneo, t.w
Iha u.fittila ni Inart tmrtinna nf thft Itli
this Hitter there In contained, as much
UIIIIIR IID K VWU IV IITIIIIiniMI IIIWII f IIBI
liOniaini n a iitj iuiiivuvui iuiLiHiiruiii un
rrora intiruei meyctiinoi mwcaraw
ma nannAl tin Hat an r iH utim tanrti Pitt A
bttUrt. toli inuixld for uto mi ciumii
ome ftloohotK itirouJuiU U reonttd in con
... .IlL Iha TAnln tirAnarl l-a nf III A 111 tl.ra.
Dottle of the Too to1 vootalcu on bottl oi
i.rjr.kl taflh mir HA NT A tVUITZ.
and flatnrMl (n atWi ft rtlftHntf that the CI
MtterheM or me .uur uvcroinv.
as a rreiru.on niffnir iwretnir nu
iriuri ui tuts uiiitib) tiio i'n.t w it'
ll M.W Ur WUHIf, WIIIV.II Miau C""'""
to htxtw Tnejr muit Ukt into cenalJfr
thattne stimulant uti4 U guttim-iUm) to t
,i a.i a saaarai nruui " mi la 11 imh ikfiiit in
a 1 . a. A. . I .H.t V. aaa aalSA i. ar a0 t A aK.
cheap compound, ami bo bentt.U1 hj it,
. . -.T I1IIIUII1.1I1LI
. B-tT 111! U V T I i
01
It OOri.A.VI)'H
WITH
WILL CUUK YOU.
era Huown
(ltHtrMIUIIIIIVII llUIIHf UI I1IU
ID a inorwir lime iwn any
other known rem
Whrila RnririimA fnlirt nf PunnHvlranla
r6fth rmJict. Who would aia fur
imam mi miiu iiiuuiri khiiujiiut I
or Uie Hupicnie unrt or innyitni. at
mat mciuur oi uulimi iiviu jiuuiiitm
wrlla :
PMlftiflr.h a. Harcli IR. IfiT7.
rnmun 1 1 m 11 1 mi n 1 1 1 t i 1 a khvi iwiiiv
In illiouta or in illtrmii" oriiauii. ami oi
ii tu on in ua iriiem. loun. iruir.
r?t.;iiifi v n wi nM-iti i nn
Phlladt ohla. Acrll 23. 1 W7.
nala. I rin eerlirv thla from mv txueti
- ff A Ji b(J A 11UUI UTa ,
autvira HhataiafAa-ul. JnatlPA nr tnn Mimrairnh
oi rcnnijiTiniai
i'hlladflDh a.Junel.lSC.
rtMti4 Kr avruArlonna thai lTrvnftaTi('ai
n it 1 1 1 ii rm l at n Turv frruni unu rviipwinu
tiu iiiuuiuiui ati.itsa un arvn i
dEOlMJB HUiHaWOOII.
i I - nn: Tl . . ji . I T . . . .. 01 itin
T)a na IfAHaiufia nrfnin Ultli'ia mil
mr lamiljr during uie pail year, ana cau
I I - . I - -...In 'I , I . II... I n .
roductlre of declddljr tneuclal elltcln.
WM. K. U0UEIU.
amaa M. Wood, cxMarrot Wllliamiport
t great prcaiureln reeornmondlnK Iloof
narman Tonic to anr one who mar' be a(
with Uyipepila. I had the Dyapvptla ao
( was impoiuuie io Keep but iouu un hit
K nail a mue. io mmni or nmi" vi
a ptrfect.ctire. JAMES M, WOOD.
in iir r iiiHi iiuunaiiu ucm ij iimcis.
ooUand'a German Tonic, will cure every
.WITS. Oil WAHTINO AWAY Or TIIK
. 'lKl)Y.
e'tb rnedtcinei you require to purify the
enable yon to pass safely through any
ipi and exposure
It.K. IIOOI'IiA.MI'N
3D O E3 je Y Xi Xj X 1ST
Or HutMtitnte for Mercury l'lll'.
iA I.Va a lianillnl nf IIipbh
C reduce the deeird eUecti.i iwo of tiiein
ly.and powDrftttly; cleamlnR the I.l;r,
li and "Howeti, or au.-inumrmoj. ine
1 inMd nt a I'mionhv ll in. or (lie A cot
WLrana oi aunaraao. wiiivu..i mj .iij
ore powerful, acting ami eaicmuK, inau
rir.ka llaair. Ila Iieeullar SCtlOII l UllOlt
. 1 . 11 . T..lll all rvivarrlir.
. . 111 11 " VI . . Lit fruit
I ine injurious renuua aiufcuucu i ms v
lAlaaral.. '
tltil, thaaepllU will Kle-aiiruvi(iw:
..... .... r'm ni.'vi'h KAllr.
sea of LilTettiiouipiaiui, vitvvymm,
- n-. . .. - m. ll.nllln..Min I I.
Tonw, ahould im uaau lu connnction wiui
. Tno tonic encci 01 me umors. or iuuiu
UD illO PTIieill l(IVil,UIII(ur I Ulllv., 1114'
" . ml.. 11.11 n.l..
II II II1ULH1. LIRUKIIIVlia II1U IICIVCB. Ill
he fjlTer, ana kitcb aireugin, enrriurauu
r 1 r irr rr
1 your Bowols. active with the 1'llla, nnd
p the system with Hitters, or Tonic, and
mo can retain tlio noiu, or even amuii you
nnAi ...ni .1 lu 11 nnnnimri i.firiiimi iipm
iimt am an iiniveraftllv uied nnd hirlilv
j 1. 1 J .tlnu ll.. 1 .Irni.ulJl
you to take anything else that he may nay
at good, because ho makes a larger prolit
B. at the ofeltMAN MEDIClNh BT0UE
icll BXBEKT, l'U.LAKELI'Ul.
CUAN. M. EVJaJifct, Proprietor,
Former y , M.Jaokson Co, ,
n 1 1 - - r.-. ..1a l.aa 1 lrll ( (t I at
11 is laid Ihrtt'Toor Carlotln " hni
roccnlly, In her Irmntilty, caused Lor guard
Inns nnd relatives ft groat deal of trouble,
alio lnlti upon remaining In tlio open
nlr all tlio time, and any uttompt to toko
lior bnck to lior apartmenti bringi on
frlglitful puroxystrij of rngo, in which
sho refuiet to take food for lovcral dayi in
uccciilon. Tho Queen of Belgium pastel
overy day tlx or leycn hour In the com
pany of tho unforlunato lady. Carlotta'i
favorite langungo It Spanlih, and, to grtl
fy her; both thn King and Queen nave
learned to ipeak that tonguo linco her
return from Meiicoi . ' '
a?-Tho Ktploy (Tonn.) Nowi iay
that there aro not leu than ten thotiiand
acres of Ho. 1 land on tho northern bank
of Cane crook, between the bead waUri at
the county lino and iti ruouth on Iha
Hatchlo river, upon which tho primitive
foreiti nro atlll standing. Thu land tl
capftblo of prtxluolng flftv boiholi corn per
ncro, two tons of hay, nnd much ot it 1000
iced cotton to the acre.
t&- An nisistant United States roanhal
In Ixjulivilln, in taking the centos, alked a
colored woman what norional property
tho poiscticd, to which ilie replied, "North'
In " but doe t'reo chlllcn yore, an day
uln't wulh mucli ilnco tho mancipation
proclamation."
COMMERCIAL.
Moanar Evasiio, August. I, 1171,
Tho market opened to-day with little
change from tho dullncti which hat ruled
tor lomo week j jinst. Wliito Corn it lu
good deinand. but tbore is none in tbo
market, liny ii declining in Now Orleans,
which tendi to deproas pricci here.
KLUUH. 1 quiut nnd quotation! un-
ennngej. ftaics were
so obit vurioui Uriidei, on
ordnri 4
100 XX del
CO
CO.
tO " Vurioui O'dui'. from
ttoro C
CO
00
100 Varloui Orudcs 4
Bitlm from City Milli
Yl'o bbliXXXX
00.
CO
00 u XXX ti U
ISO " XX 5 50
7C
"WHEAT. Wo quote
M can Moditcrrunean, in bulk
del 1 10
1 " Amber. In bulk. dcL... 1. 6
COltN. Tho market for white li unclutn
gcd. Yellow and Mixed aro quiet. Sales
were
COO ikcki, Vhito, del C6c
toy " " lacm lo bo re
turned "4Ccr
OATd1 Are In eood demand and firm
at about oiio in bulk, bales were i
7 can, in bulk, on truck .33c
3 " In tncki, on orden del..33k40c
1 " In bulk, " .. 33c
3V2 sacks, from itoro - 33c
W 11 on orden, del 40o
300 'f " 40o
1 can, In sacks " 40e
II AY. Dull and unsteady, with a down
ward tondenny. Sale, wcrt
7 curs strict! v'clioico Timo
thy, del 20 00
Choico Timothy, del 19 00ft 19
" (ood Tlmothv. del .. 19 25
" Choico Mixed " .. 18 00 19 00
" " .. 18 OOfVy 18 CO
lib 11 .!. l no uiarkel is unchancou
Sales were
25 pkifs Northern Choice 20c
la " I'rimoof " loctiic
10 " l'oor (rr ' 10cii)32c
" -itMSpa)bvm 111 iCc
... rrt" nro in rMU.i "
C pkes Fresh 121c
11 " 10(ail2lo
3 " recounted 16c
CIIICKEN'S.-AII that arrives find
ready sulo at quotations. Sales were
0 coops, Spring 2 200 2 50
" Ulu 3 00
MhAIi. Ii quiet with a fair order do
mnud. Bales were
250 bbli Kiln Dried, del ... . 2 60
too uity hlcam Urieu ... 3 00
POTATOES. Aro dull, and arriving
freely from tho country. Sales were.
10 bbli early Goodrich 3 00
11.0 VISIONS. AVo auoto
4000 lbi Clear Sidei OcffllOc
SUNDRIES. 500 cabbaeei 8c(3,10c:
4 bbli Onioni, $2 CO.
THE FOI.LOWISU ABE THE WHOLE-
SSAS.K I'KltJKN Of TUII lABHET.
'KUJf r-IHMT HANttM, ON OKDEKIT,
INMMAI.li LOTH, 1I1UHEK lHIC'EI
HINT UK PAID.
Batten
Choice ...II to tic I Ordinary. ...10 to l&e
nenai
Prime While 1 25 1 Choico N.it 1 Ii lo 2 00
Common on
Ilrooma i
Common Houie, kt dot -..3 2Jto2 20
Choico to Extra " . 74 to 3 .5
S.B. " SOOtoSW
limwax suit Tallow i
Beeswax ..33 to I'ju I Tallow.. -..- to 12c
Csuidleat
Htlck V lb IV, to )8c I Fancy V lb '! to JJo
Gum Drops to X
CUeeae i
New York Factory I Ohio Faefy 12a 12
inwacni I
Extra fine Soda V lb.7c I boda H lb 6a
Ilutter 6c Picnic .".6J!
Uugar .U to 1 Jc I Ologer..-12 to lio
I'llflH I
Hio Common lb..l7Jic I Rio Fair V lb-", tolSf
Java- ....tito i'c Laguayr a- 21.
mo crime io vnoice iv io
Uolden Kio .... .21c
frnltandSntsi
lemons V box
8 OU to 9 00
8 to 8 00
, 60 lo 3 70
S 00
IS to 20cO
a to 7i
7S to 1 0e
las
U tO '20
14 IO 20c
100
istotroo
1KI0 2UC
Urangus ,-.
Kaislus Layers V box
Valencia y tiox
Fies W pund i...
Apples dried V lb
11 ' green V bus
Almonds, hard shell V lb
son ..;.....,
Braiil "
Pecans 11
English Walnuts ...
HllK'ris . ,
no
Choice Family..7.07.5 IJCXXX..,
.....7 80
....i 75
,.4 25
1 30
1 211
AAA .....0 SV Xw -.,
X S0OHuper
J rain I
WHEAT.-Choice White No I V bus..
" lied " 1 " !!
1 20
" " " 2 " .1 luto l i
Medilerau un 1 tu to I lu
No Kktn fur Inuuh nr damn laliaal.
COItN.lixed M Lu . lOulic
iiue i iiu tin to 3c
1M jnClliili'n l V..uf . Ml . li.
IIAV-jL'lioko Timothy baled on track.. . IU ou
Ielluni " i. 17 io 1H 'SO
uviauu -eiuilea " 17 W
Menit
Corn bolttd'Bcr 1A1 nu
llyecholi e , v.... 0 jo
OuIoum stnil I'utmtoeai
Od.lou4 -..,.... 2 25J 6d Potatoes new 75 to 04
Ollai
IJn.eailrHVi'W'Uiim l.lnseed'h'l'.ll itilni ii
Whale I tmial 11 C'arwhlta... xatosuo
flntTurnent 0toCSci l.ftd 1 mini is
MHcnintM... .w. to leo riaaisooi.4ii uitoi !IU
Wlilto lean iieuancoper iwiu, iv uuto 11 00
' do" Collier Uo i..... 12 001013 00
ruttr 6to7c
Poultry t
Chickens Hvo sntiug per dos t oo to 3 w
" oiuiiuub - uu to ou
Noap uuil t'oiidlvat
BOAP Palm 7 to 8
(ierinan inotllud - 7 to 8
Ciutllo American ,., 12 HI lie
" Imported ........IS to Sue
CANDLES SUr 11 oi lie
' "fti'l weight 26to!fA!
- Provlslonat
LAltli In tierces t.er lb retiuud 11 tn 1114
T lu beira ' " l4 to 13
ItAMB-HiiiNr cured " 10 to 1754c
Country
" V VJ uu
' 7lo7J4fl
OKtolwo
litoluc
Nnlti
i WUilry prbbl 3 Wto4 00
llldoa t
Hlinuldcrs bncon
Cliur aides
Ribbed
Kanawha por III..
flrecn V lb' i...
Cured "
flreen CulrtUb..
Cured " " ,
Dry Flint
Dry Salt
Sheep pelts ca M
16c
toltS
OHIO LKYKK,
CAIIIO. II, L.INOIB.
A'io, keep constantly on hand, a taoit com
plete stock of
SCOTCH AVp IRISH WUIBX1ES
o i n'h,'-
Tort, Maderta, Sherry and Catawba Winei
8KYT1I CO. sell eiclnslrely for cwh, to
XV. which fact they Invite the espeeill altn
lion et close uargain buyers. ,
Bpteial attention piven io Filling" Order
MIIXIKBBff.
MRS, M. SWANDFHt,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
A.MI
LADIES FUKNISniNO GOODS,
a
t'oiiimerrUI Annus, oppoall Elllo
nil Haytliorn'M
Caiho, Iluxoi. '
, . . - .
CLOTH fNO FOH LA DIES' AVE AH
Made to order, or Iteady.Ma.le,
A, full asio'riment of 'Miisesrand Ladic
luti anu lionncts or tho latest nyiei.
LADIKS, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS.C. McGEE,
I
BIOHTIl flTHKCT, HETWXIH WAHU1KQT0M
AVI) COMUKRCUL AVZVUK8,
i t
Ha Just received a full and splendid line of .
NEW GOODS
fJretw trimmings, silk gimps, silk galoon, gul
ptrv Imhi tsosa trimmings, crocket buttons,
silk and vslm button i, plush ami trimming to.
yt, hall and bonnets, fine kid gloves, ladies' an
ehildrana'sluies, and a full and complete stock ot
Milliner' and Fancy GoodB,
All of which she proposes to sell at
Tin vkhy LowiiHT cxan rmcKa
rUIlNITUHE.
U. S. HARRKLL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
QUEENSWAltE
HOUSE FUUNIS1I1NG GOODS.
BxVR FIXTUltES,
GLASSWARE,
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN K. It.
On and after Monday, April 2lh, 1H71, trains wll
ma a follows:
NORTHERN DIVISION.
Tiiiai oqiso suitiiisir.
Mail. Express
Leave Virginia.-... 6:40 a.m..... 1W p.m.
" Springfield .20 " J.uo "
" T-ylorvllle....lO:.. ' . ..... 4:26 "
Arrive at Pana 11:16 m. 5:17 11
Taum ooina sTOiTBWtsT.
Exprasa
Leave Pana 4:U0a,m ..,
' Taylorville ..4:
Arrive at Bprlngfleld...e;l5 " ....
Leave Spsingfield -C:25 .
Arrive at Vlrginla....Ji:2i ........
SOUTHERN DIVISION.
Tama ooiko socTUSisr,
Leave Rdgewood 5.30 a.m. ........
, Flora-. 1:24! - ........
Arrive at Hhawneetown3:53p.m.....,
TBiiss ooina aoavuwxsT.
Mall.
J;3iD.ra.
.4W "
.6.00 "
.6:10
.8:15 '
10:10 a.m.
11:40
, 5:15 p.m
Leave fihawneetown.....5:3 a.m J.SOn.m
Flora 3:53 " 7;00 "
Arrive at Edgewood ...4:50 " ....l.-20 "
The 5:30 a.m. train from Edgewood, runa only
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 5:45 a.m.
train from Hhawneetown on Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays.
Connects at Ashland with Jacksonville division
of Chicago and Alton IUIIroad, for Jackaonville,
Petersburg, Mason City, and all points west.
At Springfield, with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, tor
DIoomiDgton, Chicago, and all points north, north
west and west.
At Vans with Ind. and SI. Louis, and Illinois
Central Kallroad for all points east, south and
southeast.
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
Central Railroad. ,
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtShawneetoan, with steamboats for Cinuln-
natt, Paducah, Cairo and SI. Louis.
.. OBLANI) SMITH, Gen'iSup'U
)au FooJlTT, Osa'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l.
CAIK0 CITY.iCO AL
convi;?-A.ir-r.
Is prepare! to supply cuiiumrr with thu best
' i t y
. 1 1 r I.' .
quality of
PinSBURG AND ILLINOIS
i -.
COAL.
i
ORDKTtt len at Ifalllday Ilron office, 70 OHIO
LKV8E.or.at thu Coal Yard Uilow the Ht.
Charles Hotel, will rocelvo prompt attention.
THE TUG "MONTAUK,rwillirlngcoal along
aide steamer at any hour. oo2.Mr
, WOOD ! WOOD ! ! WOOD 1 ! I
i Thu undernigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am CUetip, If not Cheaper
Thin any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orders
.on tho alatss at the Poitofflc and at Ross' coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Twelfth itreeta. Cairo, Illinois. I give good
measuro anu win curu wis wuuu ui u ueaireu.
ougio-tf DliNNIS 11ALET.
LOUIS JOltOKNSKN,
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
O-ROCERIBS.
rnriaf r'n Turd a Intclilltic
WITHOUT CIIAItOE.'
Cor. Washington-ay' and TwtJtittoth-Bt.,
CAIRO, ILLlKOIfl
UNBBBTAKBRa).
yT. O. CAllY,
PRINCIPAL UNDERTAKER,
SALES IIOOM, No. 13.SIXT1I STREET
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
NICHOLAS PKITH,
GENERAL UNDERT2VKER,
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Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLER, STATIONER,
NEWS AGENT,
Dealer in
Su.-T Music, Picture Frames, Mould
ings, etc.,
fNo. 126, Commercial- avenuo,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Steamers supplied with offire alationery,
ml daily papers stamped to order day am night.
'lltf
NTOVtM, TINWABE, 7TC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wnngura Toilo
Ware, Coal Hods, Fire Shovels, Air times,
MANi'rAcri'ki it or
ZINO.-COPPER AND SHEET
IRON WARE.
TIN,
.H- t.
No. 16(Waslungton-avenuo,
- ,i
, OHIO, ILLINOIS'.
"Hoofing, Guttering, and; all kinds of Job
VCtk dene at tliottnt notice. tebldtf
LJ-!v
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GENERAL AGENTS,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
NKHDIIANTN,
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A enls of
Ohio Klter ami Konavtlin
S.XiT GOjVi:?2ri3S
70 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
BARCLAY BROS.,
OHIO I.EVKK,
Cnuo, Iiu;
DRUG-GISTS
SARATOGA SPRINGS
1 II LL JILAlir
AT BARCLAYS' DRCO ."TORE.
Falsi! vrr-T, Daily.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
all aiADvUron lirj;wiTiioi-r tuoi'cie
At IIarclays.
J I E L M nOLII'g
GRAPE ( CATAwnA ) ' f ohai-j! ) TILLS
ilfonAi-KlPfLL.1
l i. nii.vi'E S
4 CATAWIIA
GRAPE ( CATAWIIA ) i ORAl'B ) PILLS
Ann all or
IIKLXBOLII'N MEIHt'INEN
TRESII YR0M T1RST HANDS,,
Always In stock In large supply, and for sale b
Barclay Bros,
FEESH 23LUE IiICIC
JUST RECEIVED
Ann
I'orNaleby thcGlaa. Bottle ar Gallon
AT BARCLAYS'.
wiVExTRA Fine Coloone;
UStGknuink Imported Extracts:
9Haiu, Tooth and Nail Urushes;
la?lNDiA Rudder Nursery Goo?
At
PURE WHITE LEAD
AMI
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Rest grades in largo stock and va
riety, very cheap!
AMI
Full Link oir Colors,
n a ami in oil;
Paint llrushed, Lhiarvd Oil,
Whitewash P ,uhu.. Turpentine,
Varn sites Kte. elc,
all kinhs ano utaxhauu ui-alitils
At Karclayh'.
CO A I. AND WOOD.
i1 . m . Vv X ii i) ,
WOOD AND COAL
MERCHANT.
FM. WARD is prepared to deliver tlio benl
, Flru Woit uuJ nluuo t'oid
IN ANY PART OK THE CITY,
Ami In any quantity demrod, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $4.50 per ton
UPFICK-Over lleerwart, Orth A Co.'s atove,
twodoora ibovu thocorucr uf Eighth street anu
Cutiimercla) avenue, deceit
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
ANU
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
o7 Ohio Lcvcc, Cairo, Illinois.
W"A gents of American Powder Co., and man
factuiers agents for cotton yarn. J7dtf
JOHN R. PIULLIS,
(Successor to Pntkcr & Phl'.lls,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
sun
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AMI
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Coit. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, I
CLOSE ,: VIN0KST,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
ANU
DEALEES I3ST XiIlVE-3
Cement, Plaster PaI!,
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner EIkIiHi Street mill Ohio Levee
CAIRO, ILL.
7.. V. UAT1IUN4. K. C. U1IL.
MATIIUSS & UHL,
e,oia'w-A.oi3src3-
AMI UENKHAL
Commission Merchants,
DEALERS IN
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
No. tu oiuo i.r.vi'.i:,
fic(fn JWI. .t- Su-th Sti., CAIRO, ILL.
auglS dAwlf
pi:ter cuhl
txcLi-mve
"PT.rtTTl? JIPnCHANT
AND
MILLKHS' AGENT.
No. 80 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
Orders solicited and promptly lllled.
yl dtl
II. M. IIULEN,
GIIOCEZJ and CONFECTION
No. 131 Commercial-avc.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER !i PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMI!
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMI
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
08 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
i,Hiici'iors to V, II. Hendricks A Co.,)
FonvartlhiL? and Commission
MERCHANTS
AND
W H A R F-11 0 AT PROPRI ETOiiS
CAIIIO, ILL
fWSjiLlliernl AilviuucH iiuiiie npoiisajry
JvL Coii'igiiiiicnlii. t2Z-v
Aro preared to receive, store mid iirwnrd
frelghlH to all poiulsaiul buy uud
sell ou etimiuihsfon.
srHiislne atteudeil In i iiniiplly.
WOOD Rn'TKNIIOUSE,
(S sor o ,)er A Cn.)
FLOUR
AMI
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois.
McCOMUS, KELLER & 11UYNES,
SeeiiKnors to AdolphuK Meier A Co,,
IMPORTERS AND JOIlllKltj IN
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Nos. 100 nnd 102 N. Mnln-st,,
SO?. Ii O XT I S, VE O.
ORDERS "0L1CITED.
iiiyldl
Chnrtcrcit Mnrcli 31, ISflD.
CITY NATIONAL 1IANK, CAIRO.
orrtcr.n.i
A, n.flAFKORD. lresliknf,
H. S. TAYLOR, V lee.Presulent t
W, IIYHLOP, Hocretary and Treasurer.
DlRr.cTonst
P. W. lUnrr-Ar, Cms. Dittnnra,
K. M. Btocartatit, I'Atl. O. Hcmir,
It. M. CUNSIXOIIAM, W. P. llALLlOAt,
J. 11. PiilLLirs.
IteiiosiIlM of niiy Anioiiiit BKeJTCil from
Tots Ccntn triHrl".
; .
iXTKUEVT pal.l on deposits at the rato ol six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Heptenv
r 1ft. Interest not withdrawn In added imme
diately to the principil of the deposits, thereby
giving llicin compound interest.
MAMtUD WOMRN AND CIIILDRBN'MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY i ,
(0 THAT NO 0XX tUt CAN MAW IT.
Open every bnalnet day from !) a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and riatiinlay evening lor HA VINO DKl'OrtlTH
only, from C to a o'cloi k.
au2Ulf W. IIYHLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
t'AIUO IM.INOIN.
CAPITAL,
3100 00
W. P. IIALLIDAY, President i
A. I). HAFFORD, Cashier i
WALTER IIYHLOP, Assl-tant Cashier.'
tilftccruatt
StAATS T.AVL0B, KOBfBT It. CfWIMIIIm,
Hcdtt WllITt, W. P. llAttiinr,
Oro. I). Willia-sov, Stseiiri Hum,
A. II. Samobp.
KzcliniiKO, Coin mill L'iiIIihI Ntnlrv
Ilonil IloiiRlir nnd Hold.
DEPOSITS received, nnd a general banking
tuiHlness done.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIIIO.
DANIF.L HURI). President;:
KOHKKT W. MILLER, Vice-President i
C. N. HUGHES, Caihler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADJJ.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notei and United
States securities bought and sold.
Interest Allowcil on Time DepoallN.
NASH HOLDER,
DOUBLE-ACTING" AVINDOW UCK
ANO
SASH HOLDER.
HANSEL'S PATENT THE ONLY RELIABLE
WINDOW VAST OUT
K'i HS.3 2. m
1 3 s. 2,3.- r
a- a f ai
IE!
I; H5lc
- 5 tn
- a 5 iZ
' 'NS
ITS. Cm O
S-3 .2.0
BERLIZHEIMER & CAHN,
Solo owners of tlm Territories of the States ol
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa, and
Agents for other States.
General Office 90 Washinqton-st.,
chicaoo, ILLS.
NA1.00NN.
EL DORADO
HILLIAIU) SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATHS, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIH.
Heat brand of California Cigars Just received.
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the Ixst ot
tables j and bur supplied with wines, liquors
ami cigars of the tlnest bramls.
FITZGERALD'S
S -A. JVC ? L E BOOKS.
t'nr, fourteenth Nt. anil Coin
liierrliil Avenue.
l.llTftiElt.W.D'S t-'amplo Rooms are stockod
I' with nure I m nor led wines, liuuors andclirira.
and are .IWpensed Irom thu bar in llrst-clnas
slvlo. Theiu is uo belter estsMlslnnent in South.
em Illinois, ami noun better stocked. Call and
en l lie various iiramls ol w met ninl liquors.
JOHN H YLAND'S SALOON,
ruer 'I'eiuli Street mill Coninierclnl
A senile.
SHPERIUR liquors, beer, ale, elc, and fragrant
Hamuli ii'awii'i on nand. Those desiring de-
iiiiii in neiemces niiuiiiii nm mn locau anu euioy
hem. Al tli-ir wants III lie attend to In n man.
tier lb it vull warrant a return All his Honors,
wines ii-.l i i:ir. have lietn selocted with grca
are ui,ii .'riiifiii ias u.
(iltOCKKIt'.S ANU IlllY UOODN.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
UCALCU IN
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAW, ETC.,
las juit received a heavy slouk of Hoots and
shoes, Hosiery and Nutions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Uo also has a line stock of Family Uroctritsot
every klud.
CORNER SIXTU-ST. AND C0MMUR.
CIAL-AV.,
CJUKO, 1LUN0IU
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