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OFFICE, BTTIiliB'riXT BTJIILPIIiTGr-, COR. 12TH STEBBT A.3STX) -WSHIlTa-TOIsr AVENUE.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, between Washington
una Commercial Avenue,
I ..'receiving dally n!w Invoice of
Of every description, and at I'tirts to Kelt tur
TIIK I.ATF.MT STYLE or
SPRING AND HUMMER GOODS,
FltKNOH FLOW KHS,
LACKS OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLV VAHDKN OLOVKS,
DOLLV VAEDEN SUNSHADKS,
DOLLY VAKDKN PARASOLS, KTC.
Together with nil the other article kft't In
Kirat ClaM Millinery and Trimming hlore. To
Vt old ft the very loet figure,
fill ari'J eee her No touhle to how
M HS. .McGKK,
Onfcighthfitreet, hei ween Commercial and Wah
'cn Ammci, I dally receiving;
NEW .MILLINERY GOODS
l.ATKUT M'RINO AND kUMMKK STYLES
Ilelde a full line) of
BoisrasrETS &c hats
(Trimmed ami untrlmmed,
FRENCH n.OWKI!H. ItlHHO.NS, TItlMMI.NOS
of all kind. I.are, etc., etc,
lr, Mcfie ha also large aoaortinent of
laory Artlrlre, u.li a
NKCK TIKfl. COLLAR. t'NDF.IWLF.KVF.H.
And all oilier article mually lonn.l In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mf. Mcfirr, in a'lilition to her stock of Fancy
ami Milliner; florid.. !. a tine, and eompleie a
ortment ot Cincinnati rn.iom Made Ladle'
anil Mi' t-hoe anil Children' limit. llUr-ie
ml in Color, The.e are- acknowledged to I
Itie tlpeal anl be ho in the- market, ar.il Ihl
n the only plav In the nljr that m.Ue, them a
MRS. M. SU'ANDEIl,
haa opened out an eilen.lve lwk of
All ot which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE .STOCK COMI'ltlSES
HATS, BON'NKTS RIBBON'S,
And an elegant aortment of
:.ACiiAriuor-s, kid oloves, hosiery
a&d air-Artieles usually kept In a tlr.t-cl. mil
Mr. Heandfr Intllei the public to call ami Id
Meet her atok, hieh ahe 111 take pleasure la
booing to old an well aa new cualoir er.
WAGON MAN U FACTOR Y.
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail
COn.NKR 32U-hTKEErANl) OHIO I.KVEk
,iitf P. UASiiiir.
l'AHKEH k BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Puny, Healn Gsneollsse,
V7" I IT X) O "W GLAS3.
And the celebrated itttimlnatlnK
nny'umi.inNu, con. Utiist. a com
LI H Kit A L REPUBLICANS
l.M.MKNSK INSIDE AND OUTDOOIl
011KKLKY AND BROWN CORDI
TIIK KMI'IKE STATE I'LKDOED
TO Til Kill SUTPORT.
Th" Arm of Miller 1 l If". Thebes Ills, haa
thla day IloiTii iwiiiin.ii
An I It SKrer-l that John Mill" of the etore
aid film WX the BrmN llabjltllf ??''''
rUlina of the turn ,; iiihUK;
-he U. HI... May 81. UTi'. i-tiAH
HE.NBT L. HALLIDAY. VfrruClod 11,1
A. H. HAKKOKU, Cashier t) & Co., for
WALTKR HY8L01', Aaalti..joffi boes
eirucToiii V ill their
iliair I.. HAiLmav,
tlio. U. WtlUAMiOM. Htrrutv Dial
a. u, uarroRii. ro
CxctinnRft, loin tana Utility'
.special lliitch to the Bet tiMican.1
Nkw Yoiik, Jtuie !J.--TlieOreiley tnutt
mooting in and around Cooper Institute
to-nili t wm one of ttio lurgetl iolltlcnl
demotiitratlonii In tlu liiitury of lliia city.
Tlie IiaII wbb so densely packed tlmt not
another human beinc; could miu liU way
into the lobbies or aisle.. Tiicttquaru out
side ws well tilled with an enthusiastic
concourse. The fttgii of the hall wan
beautifully decoratfd with flag', with a
fine oil picture of Greeley in the center.
The wall was hung with banners in
scribed: "Public domain mutt be pre
served for uctual settler;" "The civil
authority must besupremooTer mllitnryj"
"No president shall ever be a candidate
(or re-election ;' "Shall bo president, not
of party, but tho whole people;' "'Ihe
writ of habeus corpus should be zealously
upheld, as the fufeguard of personal free
dom ;' " Universal amnesty, with impar
THE TKMI'KR OF THE MKKTI.NU
Was uninterruptedly and most cordially
for (Jreeley. Every mention ot his name
caused tremendous applause intermingled
with demands for his appearance. He
abM-nted hlmelf, hownver, from the meet
in, which was thu one disnpointnicnt of
IM'EKCII&S I.VMIlK or THE HAM..
WVro made, successively, by Senator
Tipton, Kx-Senalor Dooliltle and Gov.
HraOToru ol Jlaryianu, occupying nrxiui
threj-iuarter of un h-iur each Senator
Tipton voice did not fill the immense
Hall, out tlioee wno nearu mm rewarueu
hi vigorous ouslaught on the administra
tion with frequent rouudi of applause and
outbursts of laughter for his humorous
Wat litteni-d to with profound ultention.
hvery word of his speech being auuitile to
6,000 men in the audience. Ilu dwelt
mainly on tho probable action of the Hal-
limore convention, and argued that it
could not but accept the Cincinnati pin.-
form, and must also, if it hopes to eucceed,
indorsu tho Cincinnati candidates. If the
Baltimore convention places its own can
didates in the tield, the election of presi
dent will devolro on Grant' carpet-biig-
er in congress. Mr. Uoolllllo avowed
his own most hearty approval of both
the Cincinnati platform and candidates.
lie had taken many a severe blow from
Greelev and could return it with irreat
good will; but no matter, for universal
umnisty is now in fashion. Though xnno
say that Greeley Is too confiding and has
never nuu ezecuiivn viiriuiiL-i-, :i n is
Intclligsnt, a mm of most varied informa
tion, of perfect integrity, and, like other
presidents, responsibility will steady him
and develop executive faculties. The
Baltimore convention can hardly be so
blind as to force Grant's re-election by in
sitting on a triangular campaign.
lloiilerous outcries for Greeley occurred
during tho evening, und hud he appeared
tho demonstration ot welcome would have
From various prominent politic-Inns were
laid Leforo tho meeting Vut not read on
account of their nggregato length. The
meeting dispersed ubut eleven o'clock.
It sentiment was most ueclueuiy one
way, for not a word of dissent broke in
upon epeukers. AVbcnover the Philadel
phia convention was named, tho hall was
tilled with hissce.
THE LIBERAL DEMONSTRATION.
New Yokl, June 3. A man meeting
to ratifv the Cincinnati nominations held
to-nitrht at Cooper ltiatitute was an im
menao uti'uir. Tho hall was tilled and
ouUldo mectini: wero organized und ad
dressed lrom stands erecUU in mo square.
Gen. .1 no. Cochran wns nomtnuted t.t
cliuirmun of the iiiaide meeting. On the
platform were Col. J. U. fellows, Isaiah
Hyrders, ex-ltecorder .lames M. Smith and
other. The charmuni made un opening
speech when thu following resolution
wero read uv .nr. smith, mm tinaniiuousiy
we. citizens oi ew lorw, in mass
meetini' assembled, without distinction
of party, do hereby declare and resolve
1. Tlmt wo ro-tillirin thu wise patriotic
undflnlcmun like plutform und principles
adopted by tho Into liberal republican
convention nt uincimmii.
2. That wo welcomo tho hearty
acceptance of this plutform by tho latest
Uomooralic naio conveniion ui nocnesier.
U. lliul wo recoi:iilzo in our tlltin-
guibhed fellow-citizen and friend, Hornco
Ureeley, itie ;ruo repreaeniaiivo ui mo
principle ol tho equulity ot nil men nnu
ol exaci jiisiico vo an men ; mo irno ruje
resetitntive of principles ui'll must ui
uitiph ill tho geuuino rc-unlon to bo se
cured, not by bayonets, oui ty muiuui re
gard and mutual uuuratity of reciprocal
rigliu unu beiieuu; un uonesi man, vuo
constitutionul too to thieves, who must bo
driven from tho nutional u well as tho
municipal authority, as the first tep to
real civil-service reiorm. tyi pieugo our
selves to him us u life-long lttborur and as
sociato of lu borers, with whom the rights
of worklnirinen will bo sure of till needful
regard; a public mini wnoso commanuing
The llt of vice-presidents includes
Krastus Hrookt, Ben Wood, Geo. Wllkc,
John K. Proctor, Moses II. Grinnell,
Gideon J. Tucker. Itlchard Schcll, Friid.
A. Conkllng, AValdo Hatchings, Thomas
E. Stowart, Hornco F. Clark, John Mc
Kcon, T. G. Olanbensklcn, Elhridgo T.
Gerry, Elijah Ward, C. A. Lamont and
hundreds of others.
MKNATOR Ttr-TO.V, 01' NEIIKASKA,
Wns the first speaker. Ho said : Thco
are strnnge times on which wo havo ful
Ion. Tho telegraph informs us that to
day at noon the great orator, Carpenter of
Wisconsin, appeared on tho floor of tho
United States scnuto to demolish Sumner
and Schurz. Tho sneaker went on to de
nounce Grant's administration on tho
ground that it sought to make all men
who wero war republicans before tho war,
war republican, after tho war, when
slavery, the real came of tho war, had
been abolished. Tipton denounced tho
course pursued by tho present administra
tion toward the south, and said we want
men at the bend of tho government to
represent tho living issues of tho day.
Mr. Sumner, of Massachusetts, speaks and
lives to-day tho representative of tho re
COL. ALKXA.SDr.lt M CLL'KK,
Of Pennsylvania, on being Introduced,
was greeted with enthurlattic applause.
Ho said tho las', great battle of our civil
war is about to bo fought. The paramount
duty devolving on the government after
the war was to heal tho scars left by dis
cord und battle, as it was the earnest wish
of the people to restore the distracted and
bleeding country to fraternity and pros
perity. Tho sneaker claimed that this
grind object had not been uttained, mainly
In consequpneo of the incapacity of the
members of tho cabinet, who had been, in
stead of statesmen, mere gift-bearers and
llnttcreri. In government appointments
ho asserted incompetency, venality and
shamo have havo been the logical results
of unblushing nepotism und tho appoint
ment ot unscrupulous men.
DK. D. A. PAHKKK FOR GREELEY
Kmoa liilimir. l'ee anmiince rne n in
deiidnt candidate lor alegi-lator In the lower
Houre'sl the, General AoemUy ct thi. Sti'e.
A men in the days cl honeat government had
to announce their nnclle or hobby, aa well a.
theme)ri, and appear betore fielrcoii'tituest
and defen 1 them before they could get office, 1
believe they Mould do ao now, and will .ay to
the votera of Jack-on, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaitlnx the deciaion of any
man or arty, I am for Horace Greeley for Presi
dent, and It. Oratt Hrown for Vice I'realdent and
endorse the Cincinnati platform, lam for a free
cruli race and agaloat fje primary ayatem of
electlnK men to office. I am apalnst the stock
litem tht county and foi Ihe repeal of the Ohio
liquor law. I am !'r Ihe abolishment of the
grand jury toltloel constitutional limit, and
the revlnon of the traverse jury so that Intelli
gent men -hall not be disqualified to alt on It in
cae of felony. I am for Iree trade, equal
taxation, equal representation, and honest men
In ntflee, even If I have to be. 'defealed to t
them there If A. H.aata. tf
Mr. V.aoi. lit., April 11,
Viler Cam JUli
Uraa sta PIeae to announce me as candl
dale for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
(irand I)itII in ot Illinois. The new constitution
provide that the Cle'ka ot the Supreme Court
shall hereafter lie elected at the November elec
tion, InMead of the June election aa herelore.
The eueeei.eor of the present incumbenta are
to be elected thl coming fall, but ill not qualify
until the pre.tnt terms expire In lbT3.
It. A. V. WII.BANKS.
200 Ills Kiln Dried, del .. ..
200 ' Steam Dried, dol
COO " "Evening Star'' City
Mills, steam dried :i 003 2."i
100 bbls. Steam Dried, from
store, in small lots S.l lWO 2,-,
Mreea 'fj lti ...... 7 to 7V
Cured " .. toU
Hreen Calf V Ifi.U'JalJ
Cured " ' HloH'i
Kanawhn tier bU......'i U Dairy per libl. n 2j
Imperial 1 10 to HOI riunpovder 1 ) to 1 U)
OoloncbiacklMto 1 :l Touok Hvs'n 1 lOtol Vt
Java .:i'c to 3; Lagnayra.. JU, to itTo
Itlo, prime to choice 2i to Vr.
Dry Kllnt....-. Dvj
Drr Halt........... ny.
Sheeppelt n 2V:al'
LAUD-In tlercea per Hi s to'Jc
In keg " 'jyt
HAMS Sugar cured" ranvwed -l'toUX
. " . Country " m ioioii
Hnouldera baton ' cy.
CHarelde " Ilacon 74 to V:
Onlona, per bM 3 V, Potato, cln per bbl 3 2i
New York factory new . . is to K
Common Home, ir doi...
Cnnicelo Kxtra "
SL'OAK New Orleana prune toehoice
3 0010 3 7:
& Ui to S M)
Bomwsss ntad Tallow t
.. 30 1 Tallow ...
Nssgsira ud Nyra
It 10 tr
Crushed and Powdred.. li tu l&e
branulated ............ HKlo '
SYRUPS Choice...... ao Ui fci
NewOrlna ditto He
Ounniea.....l to lSJ: Burlap
Twine .. I Twit e llempM to sue
Twine Klax ...
Millet f!.".'!; 2 Vi
Hungarian 2 iitn'2 .V.
Timothy, per liuahel ... 3 1V
BRANDY Henneaay per gal tie.t 7 t'.
i.gnette " ' 2
WINE Port- 2 .Vito 3
hherry . 2 24 to 3 'A
Catawba ... ................. ....... 2 U.
Ciaret per case C W
WHISKY-Kectlfied SS to 1 M
Bourbon 3 ct
Kye ... 2 76
Vt heat new 1 to
High Wlne. . I ou
Rsstca r Frclskk
To New To
Compressed 8i... fl Ot
Dacompreaaed ....... 1 II I U
To Naw Tor!: per bbl...,
To Boatoo per obi..
i a .
t'tom Cairo to., 5
Flour, per bbi.
May, per ton
Corn, ber cwt
Oaaa, par cwt .
Potato a, per M
Pork, per bbl
i we vl
From Cairo to
Coal Oil per '
iTobacco ii r h
Cotton per bl
Luuiwr t g
. 1 71
Best Weiss beer at the Tlmliu. 5-2ldt
Go to tho Thalia for tho best
beer in town. 5-:
Hnil Unnirlia mm.i
. 00 u 2 25
KPOHITH received, and a
hiwlneaa none. . -
UOAT NT' ' '
D I A '
"T"'- 0ruon s11"''
ivilbw, par pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " "
iciwai " "
(Tha above price list is subject to correc
UoitRTii. Ct1,111 l"J ubilitv tho nation has long recognized,
".l.lULLir bo ob- I .....I .i lundnr wlinsn niimn wn wnleuino aa
tho wutchword of victoty.
t. That wo recognizo in li. urutr.
Ilrawn. of MUsouri. u chivalric ttutcimun,
iin whnlo of whosu public life proves him
a lit nsjochito of Horace Greeley in tho
tL- nf itxttindinir to tho whole union tho
: o ... . . t..
work co well done in ins own state, giv
ing back power to tho people, peaco to tho
nation nnu nuriiv to ino uoveruiiiuiii.
o. That wo hail tho general npprovnl
of tho Cincinuitti n'atform and ticket, and
parucuiariy tno onlliusiastic support oi
uom iiirougnout tno south, as promising
to lift our pulitics out of tho dunuorous
ruts of sectionalism, wliondn thev havo
too long run, and bury out of sight tho
hates nnd controversies uf tho war.
C. Thut wo welcome tho co.onernllnn
of all parties in tho work of reunion ami
reform to which tho Cincinnati ticket is
dedicated and to which wo nlodtro bv in
overwhelming majority tho voto of this
city and tuo empiro stitto.
10 it 15
5 00 a 7 Oil
2 00 a 0 00 I
00 a 75
27. a 87
9 a It! J
25 ft 28
Moxcar Kvt.iiao, June 3, leTJ.
The market opened actively to-day, al
though the dilliculty of making shipments
prevents transactions to some extent. Oats
arc dull nnd declining. Corn is activo
and arrives freely. 160 curs came in to-
dav. Prices rule Arm but lack of tonnage
keeps tho market somewhat dull und quiet
The heavy rain which camo up this af
ternoon prevented our getting full reports
of sales of produce, etc.
Tho decllno in the Ohio at this point
contintie-' at a slow but steady rate.
Tho Mononguhcla U fulling steadily at
Tho Ohio is reported rising slowly at
Cincinnati and Iouisville, with five feet in
Cumberland river is rising steadily.
Tho Mississippi is rising again slowly.
FLOUR. Continues quiet and quota
tions unchanged. Sales wero
300 bbls. Various Grades....$7 00$11 CO
CORN. Is arriving freely. ISO car
loads camo In to-day. Sales, owing to lack
of tonnage, wero not so activo ycjtorday.
Tbo demand continues about tho samo a
previouly!reported. Sales wore
7 cars mixed, in sacks, del bO(Glc
35 " white " " mjtic
3 " yellow " " COc
37 " " Mixed " " &u(;wc
20 " mixed in bulk on track 51c
6 " on orders,, in sacks del. file
100 sacks mixed, " " Clc
1G0 " white. " " 05c
OATS. The market is dull and doclin
Ing. Sales were
3 cars Choice Galena, toe
5 " In sacks del 4Ci7c
60 packs " -17c
0 cars Southern 111. in sks.del. 45j,.Gc
" in bulk, on track -10c
II AY. Tho market is unchanged. The
demand and supply, ivhlch are both light,
tiro equal. Sules were
Scars Prairie, del ib w
10 " Oholco Mixed dol ... 23 oo
9 " Choice Timothy, del. 24 0025 00
BUTTKR. Is vory dull nt quotations.
15 palls Southern Illinois Choico..l5cl8c
EGGS. Aro scarco anil lower than last
reported. The vory warm weather has
intorferod with tho tnarkot. bales wore
2.000 dozen l f15c
fllMCKENS-Dull and plenty in the
market. Sales reportod aro
50 doion, spring $1 502 60
76 " old mixed nnd hons 3 00t 00
10 coops " " ! 704 00
3 ii 3 75
MEAL Is in good demand at un
changed prices. Sales sinco last report
Maonolia Ladies' Slippers at Elliott &
Haythorn'f, just received. tf.
A bi'LENDiD lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladies' Slippers at Elliott & Hay
thorn's, Commercial avenue. tf.
Go to Wm. Ehlcr'ii, on Twentieth
street, for your fine custom mado boots
and shoes. You can't do better. Try
For nil the popular warm weathor
beverages, go to tbo Thalia saloon, corner
of 12th street and Washington avenue.
SoM ethino New. Tho Nutional Broil
er and summer furnace combined. You
enn have it either with or without Fur
nace. Call and see it. For nle at A-
Hulk's and Beerwart Orlh & Co.
Wm. Killers, at hisshopon Twentieth
street, opposite the Court Houso hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stylo and vurlcty, warranted to give per
fect satisfaction. Ho keeps genuino Fronch
calf nnd gives his customers all ho prom-
ses. . tf
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S.
THIS 1IOUAK la KEWLV FITTED L'P WITH
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
FOR ALL KINDS
THE NALOON I DTOriKKD WITH
THE BEST BRA NDS
Our Home Advertisers.
-OMMIHHIO! AXIS FORWARUINU.
t, D. MATIIUSS.. R. nun.
MATHUSS &. UI1L,
Commissi on M k r c Hants
HAY AND WKSTKKN l'RODUCI
o. n onto i.t:vKt:.
.MILLER Si 1'ARKER,
FORWARDING M KRCIIANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS kor FAIRBANK'S SCALES.
hloO Ivee. CAIKO. ILI.INOIN.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Hucceasora to E. It. Hendnca-a X Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
W H A It F- BO AT P HOP It I ETO RS.
lApS: Liberal Advancement, made asf
OtVSa upon Consignment.. SZJi
Are prepared to receive, store nnd forward
freights to all polnta and buy and
aell on commision,
aTIliiine attended to promptly.
JOHN R. WILLIS & SON,
(Succesaora to John II. f'lilllii,)
FORWARDING MERCH ANTS,
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVK
CAIRO, I LLC.
Our Home Advertisers.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
.)MK OF IIS ADVANTAOE8.
It rook quickly and more thoroughly with lest
fire than any other war.
Kood cooked the ol.i way Ice. one-third of ita
weight, eooke,l In this steam veaiel, It only loea
one eighth. The avlnga In this way will toon
pay It cost.
vood ;ansot ii k iiurned.
It will BOIL,
A WD STEAM
more perfectly than any ilteniil uaed for either
purpoee now in use,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled In thla manner
I. a a tetter rlavor, and I emier digested thaa
whoa cooked In the old way.
NO FKAR OF DYPEl'SIA.
It make a ttrt cliM C.ok out f n poor one,
and ngood cook tietier than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT1
III the only utend In ue that I warranted
not to BUIt.N KICK IN U 'OK1.NO, under any cir
cu"atance. Agent make more money selling
II. l veel, than anv article in use, tor every In
telligent houekeeper In the country wants one,
ANY ONE WISHING TO HUV RIOHTS OR
TERR1TORT FOR TIIK PATENT
call call on or addre
W. .1. BURNETT,
3 2.'lfd.tw Thornton' Block, loth t., Cairo, III.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
1DJUA.X-E5ISS 1353" LIME,
Cement, Plastf.ii Pari,
P LAST E II E ll'S II A I R,
Corner Eighth Street noil Ohio I.eee,
ClTV CoMlTROLLEIt'8 OFF1CK, 1
Cairo, Ills., Juno 3, 1872.
In accordance with a resolution of the
City Council, proposals will bo received
at tho City Clork'i olllco until Friday
noon, Juno 7, for running gnrbago car; in
accordanco with thocity ordinance relating
thereto. Said .proposals to bo at so much
per month in city scrip.
E. A. Burnktt,
M. Burnm, proprietor of tho Mechanics'
boarding liouso, corner Commercial and
Third street, Cairo. Illinois, announce
that ho is now keeping a urst-jjiass noiei
and boarding houo for tho accommoda
lion of regulur boarders or transiont
quests. Ho has accommodations for
eichty to ono hundred peoploj his table is
woll kept, his rooms light ana airy, ana
not a bed in tho liouso that has not cither
a set of springs or n feather bed. 5-1 m
Looia Blatau'h saloon deserves the
nnm ilirltv Into which it has crown. It
has boon vory handsomely uttca up, ami
is so comfortablo that it is a pleusuro
while away a spro hour thoro. The bar
it suppliod with all kinds of lino liquors
and wines, and with tho best of Fresh
Lager Beer, and WoU Beer thut in dcllc
lousiioss cannot bo excelled. A lunch,
free to patrons, Is spread overy day, and
an artlclo of Swcltzer Cheeso, tho best in
tho markot, Is always on hand. Mr.
Blautau invites tho publio to give him a
call, on Eighth stroet, between Commer
cial ftvenuo and Ohio Levee, opposite tho
Perry House, in ltlacr's.bulldlng.
ARK COMPOUNDS!) IN TIIK
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer iu Foreign Fruita & Nut.s,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
No. 70 Ohio I.cvee, CAIKO, ILLINUIN.
avrcpecinl attention given to conlgnmenta on
AND SKK FOR YOU It-
They keep on hand r tine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
Are spread morning and evening
jtL.'v rtsTinsTE o'cxjOcic,
At which all aro invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & RIRD,
(Hucceora tofltrattOD, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
H E AD Q U A RTER8.
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avknuk, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
"W I HRj m CLOTH
for Window Screena,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS,
&u ic ic.
CRADLKS, &c, iVc.
Alio inanul.ictiirer of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Siikkt iron & Copper Ware.
i'ole Agent for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uniu's Movkaiilk Point Stikl Plow,
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
CCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
CAIRO CITY COAL
a prepared to aupply customer with thu beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
iwnriK!tq lad at llallldav Bros, o
VJ LF.VKK, or Rt the Coal Yard below the tit.
iVhikrIeM llnlel. will rm'eivet nronlDt HtlentlOD
TIlKTUli "MONTAlUv" wllp"n com along
side steamer at anr hour.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
1'. D. BEXFOKU,
Cor.Ohio Lkvf.k & Second St.,
Warranted it aure cure for smoking chlronlea .
tJ6gC. Hanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in Uio
Southwest, and that lie is de
termined to sell every articlo
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examino goods and prices. He.
will satisfy you both as to quirt-
ty a nd cost.
Baggage conveyed to and from the Depot free
ui curMr, urt-"iii
Agent, wanted In ever y City. Towa aa4 Cnna
ty, for the Oorham Liaea, Book l Card
arker. No risk. Oa markalor a vbolouuv-
Addraa A. at. JtlCHAKLBON. Ut Wel
nd Straet, f.Tilcaajo. (.( film