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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.,
TIIBMAILS.
arbivk. nrpAitr
.Vorlh, Thrown iWWa.iii. lOOp.m
' Way , ihCOplrn. 4:") p.m.
Konlh, Way 12. IS p.m. jwp.in.
" Tlirniith N. O., Mem.
hln mid Culnmljti 2.30 p.m. 4.00 p.tn,
o!im Illver route, (except
Monday) ;Wp,m. 0.uO"p.m.
iron Mountain K. It 2:M.in. ll:(KJp..n,
lls. (titer route, Tuesday
pi mt Friday a.uop.m, 7.00p.m.
Unities, Ooose Inlati.t X Hnntn
lllii., Ihursday A Krl
.lay ; 0:00 p.m. 7:00a.tn,
Mayfleld, lllandvillo anil
Lovolace, Ky 11:00a.m. 4;00p.m.
orricr. ittiim.
O-mrul Iielirery 7iVi.ni.
iMunday 8 o'J n.m.)
onty Order department W i.m, 0:00
.later " ' " " .( a.m. rVoop.m.
oney Older and Ileil.ler department no
on Honda) .
OUR CHURCHES.
I'nKSnV.TKniAN-Kliitilh.atrret.
I'lejchlnK fablialh at !! a. m., anil 74 r. m.
I'ra)er meeting, Wedm-iday ut 7J4 r. w.
vinday Htli.iol, 3 p. x. J, M l.an.den, Huper
intcudent. Iter. O. II. Kootr, I'a.ttr.
MKT HoDIST-Cor. KikMIi ami Walnut feta.
"'teaching, Habbatli lojj . n,,nnd 7 r. m.
I'rayer meetn.jf, Wednesday, 7i r, i.
nunda) ncliooi If a, I.. W. fitllaell, rtn .-r -4
Liendeut. Heir. K. 1..TiiumI'i, Pastor.
JiLKlll OK Till: IlKDKKMKIt-li.pl-copiil)
Morning prajera, Habbatti 10JJ a. M.
Evening, prayer '''f. u.
hahbath (school, 'J t. Mi
I'et, Ma. Coax, Hector,
t. I'ATItlCK'-i CIII'KCII ior. Mntli St. and
Waahlngton Avenue,
.-ViMl -ervlce. "..bUtli "J and 10,'; a. w.
e.per-. 3". .
lllnlx) .-vl.ool, 2 r. .
wiilw e.er) 'iy, nr. m.
Itel. I. J. O'll U.L0BA.!, I'rle.t.
jo.Nfi MKVriCHHIsTIA.S ASSOCIATION IteK'
ular meeliiiK x nii'l Monday each month at tl.n
I'rayer room 0 f I'reaLyterian Church
A'eekly I'rater meet nit, Friday, 7 r. m at
.he Prayer room of the Presbyterian church.
C. I'u, I're.ldenl.
I'HIOAN METHODIST Fourteenth, Utwe.n
Walnut anl t'e.lar.
service", Habhath, It a.m.
?uailay h-'hool, r. x.
CaaaUr. x.
-IXOND HIKE-WILL BAtTIST Fifteenth Ht.
Preaching-, 7) r. . Iter. Win. Jacnaou, I'antor.
between Walnut ami Ceoar.
bejvicea babb.lh, 1J-J ami 3 r. m.
Her. N. Kick, I'a.lor.
e Ki'.K WIM. liAI'TlrlTIIOME MliMltM M'.N
AT SCHOOL Corner walnut and Cedar bta.
umlty School, a. h.
illVT FHKK WILL HAI'THT CIIUKCH-Cur-ry'a
Barrack,
errice., Habhath It a. w., t. u. and V, r. .
Iter. Wh. Kni.tr, 1'a.tor.
filtsT MISSIONARY IIAl'llaT CIIUItCII-H. t
ween loth and 11th lrets, near Cedar,
i'reachtnc SaUath 10JJ a. M.,anil 7; r. M.
I'rayer .Meeting. We.lne.day erenin.
I'lewhlUK, hrniay eenlii)(.
AbUthn houl, I", r. h. John Van Ilaiter and
Mary .V.ephena sii'erint.ndrnta
llek. T J. Mior.M. Panto
SECOND IIAl'IbTtllCltCII-l'OUiteenth atreel,
I etei n Cedar and Walnut; hf, Jacob hmd
lej, Kloer i the miiIj llapllat Chiircli recosniied
i y the Anwiatlon. r-erkee, fcun.lay II n'cloek
e.ui., at 3 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Jacoh BeiMtr, Kl'lcr.
SECRET ORDERS
1 , THE MASONS.
Cauo OojixAxurir, No. 13. htated Aembly
it the Aaylum Mnil Hall, flratand third.fca
irdata inracn mootti.
C'Atko Cicu. No. "4, I eijular Conrorationat
aaonic Hall. the eecoiid Friday inaoh munth.
Ciku Cii.rria. .So. 71. 'tegular Comoc.tion
it Masonic 1UII, on the third iueaday of eery
SCaiLu lyjoot, No.)7 K. A A. J IteKUlar Com.
muuicklions nt ManoniR Hall, tho xvond und
lourlli Moudaya ol e'li month.
lULra lyuuui, .No.W F. A. M. I.eftulai Com
liuulcallona BJ Ma.onlo Hall artt and third
1 huraday a in each mouth
TUB OIiD-KEI.LOWS.
AttZAXCtk Iuur, !. Meeta In O ldFellor'a.
Bell, in Art r'a UuiUiuk, err-ry Thursday tu
nil, at 7 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS.
STATE OFFICKUS.
Governor, John M. i'lilmer i
Lieutenani-Governor, John Dougherty I
Kecietaryol i-ute, hluTd Hummel i
AuJitor of blate, C. K. I.ippincott ,
SUte TreAturer, N'. Ht ;
supl. I'ubllo luntructlon, Newton llatcnmn.
CUNUKES.SMKN.
ienatora I.) man Trumbull und John A. Lopin
I'eprei-eutallTu lor the niMt? ut Lurae J. L
Meterldiio.
neprcentatire Thirteenth 1)1. trict John Jl
eb..
A K M II E US G E N E H A L ASS E M B L Y.
ticnnlnr, lm lnntrict I'. A. h. Ilolcomb, ol
'nion, .ind - K. Hi!'!.. in, of (i ilUlln.
Kepreacntulno, Ut I ltrl t II. Wntaon W'ibb
, COUNTY UI'FIOEKS.
- CIRCUIT COURT.
in.lii I). J. linker, of AleiHiider.
. roiecutmi! Atlorucy .1. F. MiCartuey, ol
Masi.ui
Ciri-ult Clerk Jno. Q. Ilarmttn.
Slientl A. II. Irvln.
A m. Martui, A.eior nnr1 Ticamrer.
COUNTY COURT.
JuilRe F. Ilrom.
Aaio.-.H'J. i. McCrlteund H. Mnrclilldou.
ClerltJm-'olj O. l,vn;h.
Coroner John II. Oonanian.
MUN 1CITAL GO VKHN MENT
uyor .lolin M. I.mjilfn.
I'reaniiler J. II. Taylor.
Couiitro ler K. A. Burnett
Oik Michael llowley.
-i r.hal Andtow Culn.
Alt. rue) 1. II. Puna.
I'nlk'o Hiigutrutea F, Urosn and It. HhaD
e.ay
Chief ol Tollce I,. H, Myern,
ril'.I.KCT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. I.nnaiien,
First Ward-I". O, echuh.
Second Vlurd C. It. Woouwaril.
lhiril Ward Juo. Wood,
fourth Ward 8. Slant Taylor.
Oityt-I.ire W. I llulliday and D. Hurd.
110AKU or ALDKItvirv,
J'liwr WA1U .lame Kearden
A, II. Mall'nul,
lstao Wulder.
fiF.COSDWAHD-Il. H.Cunnmslim,
E. Uuder,
. John . r-tnncll,
Jamvi tiwayne.
THIRD WARD Wm. 8tratton,
John II. I'ui'IIm.
0P.TU WARD John II. Robinson
O.U.Heaae,
Matealf,
PROPRIETORS.
I TI
THE BULLETIN.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
Java Impkiuai, Tka nt Jlrlstol & Stll
woli'd. 3,4tf
Try tho .Jnvit Iniporlnl Tcn,nt Ilrlitol
it S'.ihvcll'a, 2-5-tf.
Oo to Dr. McGnuloy for Rsttlnrjor'i Kr
vor Drops. Wurrnnted to euro tho chill'.
For tub best St. I.otiU lager In tho
city, to Illiinkotihiirg'a Excelsior in
loon. , tf,
Fnr.su St, I.oiiln lager beer just received
nt thn ExcuMor saloon. F, Itlitnkcnburg,
liroprietor. tf.
imi'ortki) Mulngii grpo nt .loren
oil's, corner of Twentieth street nil J
Washington avenue. II
Wo hnvo no heitnton in recommend
ing Willium Khler', boot mid nhou tnukor
us worthy of must liburnl putroniigo. W'n
know wherefortj wo spunk when wo say
his work is hi my in a masterly m inner nt
the lowest prices. Ho tiles nothing but
tho best of'stock, nnd ho cannot bo excel!-
I in tho delicnto tusk of making it ri ex
act lit. (live hirn n onll nt his shop on
Twentieth strott, between Wushingtott
avenue und Poplar atreet, nearly oppnsito
the court houc, nnd we will guarantee
satisfaction.
I'at Fitzgerald, of thn sample rootns
bus received tho appointment of agent for
the tale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur-
batia Wine C'ompnny's wines in this city
If tho bottle with which wo have been
favored if n sample of tho quality of
these wines, then wo are prepared to say
that they htu among tho best we hare over
tatted. Hu has Just received n largo con-
Ignrnent, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest figures. He has also on hand a
largo and complete ttock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of e?ery variety.
janl'iltf
ii-ll.ll3W.
THK LITTLE KKNTUCKtA.V,
No. u3 Ohio levee, is Vie phce vrhero
they keep tho freshest Mh nnd game, and
he llnt-st wlnp, liquors and cigars, to bo
found in the citv. Dinner only twenty-
live cent". Open day nnd night, nt all
l.our. J. E. 1'ark, Proprietor.
3-1 tf. .
HIU.I.VKHT.
Mrs. Anna L'ing, on Eighth .troct be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has just received a flno spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting of hats, bon
nets, ribbons, notion, etc., etc., to which
she ntk. the attention of the Indie of
Cairo .Mrs, Lang will tako pleasure in
showing her goods to all who will favor
her with a cjiII. 3-0.1 in.
TO KENT.
Tho undersigned offers for rent a com
modious storo room on Eighth street. Tho
house is new and furnished comploto with
shelves, counters, gi, water und every
tiling needed. Tho lacation is onoofthe
best in tho city, and offers a gond oppor
tunity to a srocery or dry good man.
For particulars inquire of
It. S. CuNDirr,
Cor. ol Sixth and Commercial.
3-20,tf
SOLD OUT.
Mr. Joseph Mendel has sold his grocery
store, nt tlio coruer of Tenth street and
ashingtou avenue, to Mr. Joseph Ilross.
Mr. II has taken possession and will im
mediately stock the concern with a full
and coin plot o assortment of the freshest
nnd choicest groceries nnd provision-,
which ho guarantees to sell nt prices as
low ns can beobtained from any other estab
lishment in tho city. He hulicits a share
of tho" public patronago nnd promises in
return prompt attention nnd courteous
treatment. 3-8 dim.
rAHKKP. i 11 LAKE.
Parker & Mako have added to their
well assorted Puinl, Wall Paper and
Window Glass establishment a regulur
painting business. Thoy huvo engaged
Mr. Curl L. Thomas, who Ih.s been in tho
painting busincs in Cairo for tho last 10
years, to superintend tho painting and pa
per hanging department, nnd all work en
trusted to him, or for which ho may con
tract, will be duly acknowledged by them,
and will bo executed witli neatness and
dt'putch. Si mi writing, plain and fancy
painting, paper hanging and decorations,
calrominini:, graining, glazing, etc., done
at reasonable terms. Si-Cif.
THE FURJKADE.
II. LEW A CO, PAY TUB IIKII1KST MARKET
PltlCK.
llelnw will bo found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Lovy & Co., for
hide, furs, feather), wool, tallow bees
wax, nnd nil kinds of country produce.
Lovy .S: Co. do n very largo trado In their
lino, and it is a woll known fact that thoy
tilwnya pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this mitrkut. 7 hoy nro now
paying for
furs :
Mink S2 00n:
Kaceoon ...
WildC.it.
IloiifO Cat
Musk Hat.
00
CO
10 a 10
15
125
Opossum
Ottor 6 00 n 7 00
Hear Skins 2 00 a 0 00
lleaver. nor nound C0u70
HIDES, PER POUND
Deer Skins
Ileef Hides, Dry Salt
'' " Green Salt
OTUF.ll AP.T1CLE3!
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " '
Ueeswax " "
27.aa7
'ji'
On 7?
r0 a 05
00 a 70
25n28
Tho ubovo prlco list is aubjectto corrcc
nun,
Dki.av Nor. Convulsions, wind colic,
and griping In tho bowels of infants causa
death. Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup is tried
remedy. It costs only 'J5 cents.
.V27d & wlw
CALIFOItN! FRUIT.
Just received at Ilrlstol & Stllwoli's
canned llarlott Pcars,Apricots,nnd Muscat
Grnpes. Also n full assortment of best
brnnds of othor canned goods. No. 32
Eight street. 3-4-tf.
ORAND BALL!
II T THE CAIRO T. PATRICK'S BENEVOLENT
fcOCIKTT.
A grnnd ball will be given by tho nbove
society on Knstor Monday evening, April j
1st, nt bciieel hall, bvcrybody is invuou
to cotno and huvo nn enjoyable ovening.
COMMITTEE Or ARRANGEMENT! !
John llyland, P. O'Latighlln. L. J.
Hyrnc, Jno. W. Hogsn, Dan'I J. Gallgan.
ARLINGTON HOUSE
T. H. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
nnd Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., Is
prepared to nccummodato the public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rates thun any other flrst-class house in
tlinoitv. Tin) romns am nil well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rootns
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho houso is locnted In tho ccn
terof iho business part of the city within
one squaro of tho post office. 4-9. tf
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
Having removed my boot and shoe shop
to tho north ido of Eighth street, between
Commercial nvenuo and Ohio levce,,oppo
siteinyold Hand, I invito all my cus
tomers to call on mo in my now quarters,
where I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture all kinds of custom-mado boots nnd
shoes, nnd guarantee in tho future, as I
hnvo done in the past, to give good work,
good stock, good fits and perfect sntisfac
tim. Phillip IUuuii.
3-8-2m.
RURNETT & CO.
Hioitr.sT oa! it prick paid For. hide
runs, etc.
Messrs. Ilurnett & Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
eat cash price for nrticles in their line, as
follows :
furs.
Prime Mink.
S1.75 to 2.21
. COc to 60c
10 to 10
40 to 0
10 to 12
, &.00 to COO
.. 5.00 to 7.00
" Raccoon
" Musk Kst
11 "Wild Cat
" Opossum
" Otter
" Heaver Skins.
HIDE!.
Green Salt 0 to 10c
Green Salt, kip and calf. 1- to He
Deer Skins 'JO to 35u
For other articles, such as rags, feath
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, wc vill day
the highest market pricos.
Kespectfully, otc.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth streot, Cairo, 111.
tf.
SEWING MACHINES.
We have Just received a largo stock of
now (improved Grover ic Ilaker's sewirg
machines. They stitch alike on both sides.
We will sell family and manufacturing
michinesvwith tho privilego of paying by
monthly installments, giving tho purchas
ers choico betwicn lock-stitch and Grover
& Uakcr'i elastic stitch. Ilcmembcr wo
learn you to run all machines bought of
is. We also keep on hand sewing ma
chino attachments, needles, silk, best
sperm oil in bottles, or you can bring your
own bottlo and have it filled.
In addition to our sewing machine de
partment, wn do machine embroidery.
dress and cloak making, stamping for
either brniding or embroidery, nnd nil
done with block stamps. All orders from
city or country will rccelvo our prompt
attention. All persons wishing nnything
in our lino nro respectfully requested to
give U9 a call and seo samples of work,
189 Washington avenue, between hloventU
and Twelfth streets. Postoflico box 'J28.
3 13 lm. II. F. Gooiiyar.
St. Louis Advertisements.
MKIIII.'AI..
A "H00KF0K THE m"iLLIOn7
MAURI AGE
GUIDE.
A Private Counsel"!
to the Married or
Hi iv ahoulto uurrv
un tho ntit aloli.iiicii.
mvierl-Hiuid rerelntlons of the piexual )ltrr
with the latest dlaeovenes .n nrodui'lni: and pre-
v -tinK ntti.prinit, .rt'ervlnar tneCMin jiiexion.Ac.
Till, la an Inlcrc.ilnK orl: of to IminlreUiind
ih. uty Kttr pauea, witn niimenaia en?rnvin(!,
nn eonlalna valuable inf .rmatlon fur thox-uhr
"h niKrried or font, mplate marriage; rtillil la a
i k t.iat iiahl o l. uniier lock and key, and nol
1 , careleasl) about tlie houne.
-rnttoan) oil. tliee of pi.slai e) lor Ml cent
Addre.a Dr. llutt"' Dispensary, No. 12,
Kluhlli slteel, St Louis, Mo
ft oilre lo tin- A fllli-ted nnd Unfortunate.
lie Ore applying to (lie noionoun (toacke ho
adverilro lu tm public papers or using auy Ijiiack
reinrdiev, peruse Dr. Ifntta' work, no muller
Hliat your uiseaae Is or how deplorabla your con
dition.
Dr. Iliitta can lie consulted, personally or at
mall, on ihodiaae.ca mentioned in his uorka.
oltii-e, No. VI N. Klftlilli alieet, bet Market and
Cheidunt ft Loma Mo. mvwdwlv
LOOK TO VTOUR 0II1LDRHN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY
lira. ( Clireaeolio nnd ftrlpinf; i t'rlre.
WlllK Onil'S J in tho bouela, and fa- I ti
(jjrup, ellilates the process of f Cents
Iteelhlnir. J
Jlra. r riubduea convulslf n j I'rlre,
WIllTCOMB'S and jvercomea all dls- I 25
Syrup. ' ease incident to in- (Cents.
I feuta ami children. J
Mrs. f Ciirea diarrhea, diaon. I'rlrr,
tVIIITCOMU'S tery aiuleiiiiimercom. I 25
tsjr'.p. ' plaintluchlldtcnol all f Cents.
I "tea. )
It Is tho Orent Infant's and Chlldren'a boothlnR
ttemo 'y in all iltaordera brought on by Teething
or any ether causo. Prepared by tho
UfiAfTt'N MEDICINKCO., bt. Louis, Mo.
JohI ny DruXKI'l8 and dealers In Medicine
v.i-"linn. ny7dw0m
AVOID QUA0KS
A victim of early indiscretion, tausingnerioiis
debility, premature deca, flc, havlOK tried in
vain every fdrrllsed ten fdj, l as di'trtend
simple ineana of self-cure, vhlch he will send
frea to his fellow. auflerers. J. II, Iteeves, No. 78
Nassau street, Now Yoiit. iiujTilnly
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1372.
Our Homo Advertisers.
i
INNVKANt'R.
W. II. MOJtntB, II. II, CANDEK
Notarr i'nbllc, No. Tub. and U. 8, Com.
IISrSTXRDE!
FIKE, HULL, OAKOO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
JCTNA, HARTFORD,
Aet J5.MM0I l7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Aet 2,783,000 W.
IIAHTFOKD, CO.VN.,
Assctr 2,M4,210 7r
P1IWNIX, HARTFORD,
Aiaata.. 1,781,148 Si.
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Assets.. 1,.1W,308 17
I'UTNAM, HARTFORD,
Assets 706,D37 O
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Aset 515,673 86
HOME, COLUMBUS,
Aasta.. 515,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets rJO.OOO On
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assets :to,ujo,000
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets. 1,500,000 01
RAILWAY PARHENOERS ASSURANCE
CO, UABTFORD,
Asieta. fiOO.OOCi s
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Assets M,lt,i
SAFI'OHD, 3IORRIS &, CAN'DEE,
71 Ohio Levee-,
City National Bank, CAIRO. ILL.
F. UHOSS,
FIRE AND MARINE
I im lira nee Aceury.
TRIUMPH, CINCINNATI,
Aa.il pX,i"
NEW ENOLAND MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets, orer .G,b.i,noo
A.N'UHOKU Filth' A'D 3IAKIXK
Of St. Louis.
Hollcns all kinds ol risks'.
V. IlltOM,
ocliTtf Agent, Cairo, Illino'a.
FIRE AND MARINE
IZSTSTJ biAlTCE
I'OMl'AMK
N1AOARA, N. Y.,
Assets 1,43C,21C 7
GERMANIA, N. Y.,
Amets .
21 78
HANOVER, N. Y.
Asuet 72ii,t62 Oo
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
Assetn 714,(125 (a
Comprising the Underwriters Ajeney.
YONKERS, N. Y.,
Aaiiets 878, HI U
ALBANY CITY,
A-elH 453,193 St
fiukmen's fund, . r.,
Assets C7$,t00 0i
BEQURITY, N. Y. MAI.1NE.
Aetn 1,43'.',M'J 00
STORKS, DwellinRs, Furniture, Ilulla and Cat
woes, In.iired at ratea as favoiable as aound.
permancut aeeuriiy wl'l warrant
1 respectfully ask ol the citizens of Cairo, a
share ol their paironaiie,
'. Ill'till FN.
I.II.M1IKK.
S. WALTERS,'
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
of every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb,
DOORS, SASI1, BLINDS,
orders solicited.
Steamboat l'tjmber,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Couimorcial-av, lot. 10th nnd llth-Bts.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
T7u
Our Home Advertisers.
run u.s.
BARCLAY BROS.,
OHIO IiCVEE
Cairo, Itts
DBTJQ-GH8TS
SAKATOGA SPHINOS
IX FCLL SLABT
AT BA"i Vk DRUO STORE.
Farm Ht'rri.t, I.aili,
MOUKINO BIRD FOOD
ail ariDT roa est wiriioiT raot'iit
At Darclayb'.
f E I, M II O L D ' g
GHAPE f CATAWBA ) 1 f ORAI'K 1 PILLS
j CATAWBA iJ GRAPE
Git APE (.CATAWBA ) ( ORAI'E ) PILLS
ad all nr
HELrinoLii'N jir.nimiVB
rRESH from first hands,
Always q ttock In latge supply, and for aala b
Barclay Itroa.
ivit m o r. i v 1 1)
ASO
or hale ky thcClaaai Ilolllr or (.'nllou
AT BARCLAYS'.
IQrExTRA Fink Cologne;
HayGENUiNE Imtorted Extracts;
ItSrllAIR, ToOTU AND NAIL BRUSHES
&INDIA HUBHER NURaERY Goo."
AT
PURE WHITE LEAD
AMD
l'URE FRENCH ZINC.
Vest grades in arge stock and va
riaty, very cheap;
AUOi
Full Link of Colors,
nr and in oil;
Paint Ilruihes, Linseed Oil,
WhitewasL I'. Jslui, Turpentine,
Varnishei Etc. etc.,
ILL ElaOS AND 1TANDAED QUALITIES
At Barclays'.
DRY GOODS
FOR SPRING OF 18T2.
J". BTJBGEE
HAS BEEN, AND OONK AND DONE IT AGAIN I
Owing to his large sales ot
FALL AND WINTKR GOODS
he found it neees-arv to aKiiii vlnltthe Kislern
Market and will return within a few day witu a
huudaomo stock ol
JDttlT 0-003DS.
llcvili toe ill thn attention of lluyrra to his
very coiii letc, largo and carefully selecleil
STOCK OF GOODS
His foods can not be surpassed, and ho
solicits u comparl.on of
G-OOJOS .3ST3D PEICES
wl'h those of sny houae which you have been ac
cualrmed to deal with.
Ilu atnek will iv ii'ist of
IIIISII l'OI'I.I.VSi, NII.HN, ll.II)S,
ItKri'S AMI Itl.ACK AI.I'.VI'AS,
And all other sorts of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
He also keepa a largH slock ol I.aoe, Trim.
hiIiik iCnibroiileries, a great ancty of Hhawls,
Ulolus and Casimores
LOW PIG-TJEES.
He alaokeepa a variety of Ladies' and Chil
dren's Hhoea and Clothing of all ciio- and pricea.
btiicl; Full alio tomplelo allthrouKh, Call and
see, for it will pay,
3.10-tf. J IlUIUiHlt.
WA4JONS.
WAGON MANUFACTORY.
For Salo nt Wbolcsalo or Retail
COttNER 32U'Sa,UET AND OHIO LEVKk
Cairo, Illinois,
noviiir J. p. axnmx
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON-AV
Our Home Advertisers.
Z"::! tMXl,K ""KHH.
aiYTii & CO., ;
j WHOLESALE OHOOEUS, j
OHIO LEVER
C I It O . I liL I 91 HI H,
Also, keep conatantly nn hand a moatVom
plete aiock of
Xiica'troiis-
SCVTCII AND IRISH WHISKIES
.(SI N S,-
I ort, .Madorla,ShorrVHnd Catawba W me-
ft 1MYTII A CO. sell eielu.ltely for ensh.to
LV. which Taut thef invite the e.n!il ,itin.
'I in l elo.e barumn biiyeri".
Scih attention qivr.n to Fillino Orilrrs
'
IIO.lK.N.
CIMS. SCIIOLMttVIH.
WILLIAM HI II KK
CIIAS.. SCH OENM EVER & CO
FURNITURE ROOMS,
L'l'HOLSTERINO
A.NO
M attress Manilla cturi ng
I'll nil I II r ltialili'K.
PICT U It K FRAMING.
All orders promptly ntlemled to.
NOKTIIWKST COKKK.lt OF VTASIIINO'ION AV
KNUK AND TENTH ST.,
CAIRO, ILL.
P O Drawer twi. lanOtf.
mi;. Mitni:it.
CARL L. THOMAS,
5XO-T WBITBE
a now prepiied to respond promptly to all de
mands for hi" aervteea,
SHOr-Coit. 8ni-sT. and Commkkcal-ay
In Hut l'vrry lloiwr,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
ltl'.AI. KJsTAlK A41KNT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
AND
AUCTIONERS,
71 (SKCOND FLO0U) OHIO LKVKB
i
CAIltl), ILLS.,
Uvy and Sell Heal Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
At I prFr CiveTnces of Klads.
w w i.
V, A - g
2 2 s
5 - S S s s s
fj : 13 18 S 5-3
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Our Homo Advertisers.
S OMJIISMQ.N A.M IOllAHIII..,
O. D. WILLIAMSON.
PltODUOE AND
CO.M.M ISSIOaV M BUCK ANT,
So. 70 Olild l.rvce,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
""Sin-cl,! attention BITen to con-lninp.
and oriA,
GROCER ANUCONFI'XTK):
"MIEIHCHAITT.
1 . n..i. v n . , .
And Dealer l-oretgd Frails and .Nut
No. 134 Cj.naierciiil-uvu.,
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
A.1D
DEALERS 1 1ST liiiXJC
Cement, 1'lastku I'arib,
AKO
PLASTER Klt'S HAIR,
Curlier KIkIiIIi Ntrcot nml Ohio l.-vp
CAIRO. ILL.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS fob FAIRDANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lkvbk, CAIRO. ILLS.
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Successors to titration, Hudson Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Mil
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illimis
WOOD RITTEX II O USE,
FLOUR
Asn
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Caiiio, Illivoih.
j. m. Phillips a co..
(Huccea-or to E. II. Ilendrk'k A Co.,)
ITorwai'dins? and Commission
MERCHANTS
AM
WH ARF-UO AT I'KOl'RI ETORS
h3a,Llberal Advaiue. n i "I'On.eSiP,.
kVTi. CoiiMKiimiinu. a1
Ar prepared to receive, more aiii "rwan
tieiniM to all polui and l.iiy a
eell ou co:iiuiii.aion.
rerBii.ineHi attepileii lo orornptlv
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO..
O KNE K A L COM M 1 SS 1 ( )1
AMP
FOUWARDING M ERCI1ANTS.
No. Gl Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
nov22dt'
JOHN 15. PI11LL1S & SON,
(Suiccssors to Jno.V, rhillls,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AM)
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ASP
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, etc.,
uoit. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEB
CAIP" ILL.
D. Z.MATI1USS. c' VUU
MATIIUSS & Villi,
ami u.Ni:-u'
COMMISSION MKRCHANT3
PKALEKS IN
HAY AND WESTERN ritODUUU
So. ill OUIO LKVEE,
t SUt Stt., AIRO,ILL

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