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OFFIGB, BXTIiljElTUT BTJIXjIDIITO, COB. 12TI3: STEEET 'WAaHIHG-TOlT A."V"232STTrE.
JOHN' H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE H. 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASMWrOfl-A
P. 8. IHNOHAM, M. I).,
HOMEOPATHIC I'hyslc'an and Button. Of.
flee 13 Comrnerclo' avenue. Keihlewe on
Tenth llte.lthree.doonweit of 0 It. Woodward.
'NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION'.
Public nolle l hereby giten, that the firm l
Kobem Kinlajr li thin uay d'nolved b mutual
connect, John II. K nlay retiring from the bu- -neaa.
Charlei I). Robert! anuttiei M the lulilll
Ilea, and la alone authntlred to receive money,
due Mid firm. CHARLES I. KUllKKTS.
JOHN II. FI.M.A1.
COPART.NERSIItP.-lhavelhli day aaaoclatetl
wlthmeiieouil partaer. E. R. Roli-rli. Tfte
nun and iljleol the firm will Knbert" Itroth.
en. CHARLES I). ROUKilTS.
8pr(nfled, Mi June 6th, U72. 6.1331
NEW LI VERY STABLE
1IETWEEN WASU'N AVENUE AS!) WALNUT.
t)r. U. F. Flelda Inform the public tint he l.ai
l i v t: it v s t a u l 1:,
van th ndWhwett rde of Tenth HreM named
Hi Stablei will b furnished with none but the
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
and the publle tnny be vcommodilol it ill hour
of the rtiy ind Bight with nt t".m. on the LOW
I)f Fleldi ilk i hie ol public patronage,
ud wilt cndeirnr to merit It by lair dealinx aud
trtct attention to bu-ine.a.
If the peMon who dole my trunk, rlnthinir ind
piper from the eolnmlnton itoreof W. I..AIdei,
:i Ohio I-efe, lt i'alurdiy evening, will return
my letter-, piper-, mid inch other properly l
! ii i value to my one but irit erlf, he will I
liberally rewarded ind no iiuetlnni inked
li. L. MOMtoK.
On the 1'ilh dit ofU.i month, Ii1 Smiili, a
mm about rite feet )lt Inches In height, black
hilr and blue eyei, one of which U l glitly d
fectltr, clean ihaven when laat eei., ihoit !M
year, old, klduapped a female child three jeiri
old. Hum near llUndtllle ltnll.nl i-ounty. Ken
lucky. The child la imall tor lt age and dell,
rate to appearatx-r, Ua'k ryea, and hea I thinly
cnreieO with light hair, and aaiwiri to the mine
of Dorenda Hmith, 'I lie child alasy- .poke of
tier. ell aa " Dody " It I. eiip-aed lh- Smith
pokeu ot took the child lalo tlm tale of Mia.
ouri. Te any peraori who wdl recover ind take
tier back to Illan idle, and leave her la the
charge of Mr. John Mckola, lawyer, ihe alwve re
ward will pij. ZAtllAltl.UI KAY.
lllandirille, June r,, 1-T .
flMETAULEOir THE ILLINOIS CKNTKAL R. K.
On and after Hunday, May Uth, 171, the follow
sg time-table will govern the arrival and depart
ure of paanngtr tralna at Cairo i
tkpart Mail train, dally-....- . r;.u)a.m.
Kiirc-,daily........-. -l' p.m.
irrm-M all, Jml y ... . 3: li a.n.
Expreaa..... - :!."' p.m.
Cairo and M. Louli bhort Line.
Arrive ............... .3.tS p.m.
llepiri 13-.Hi a.m.
No change of -j tr from Cairo to HI. I.oult. No
change o'e,'! (forr Cairo to Chicago. Kletant
iiMPlng Koo-n ileepini; cam on niitht tralni.
Ilaniraite checked to all important tMilnli.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trlpa dally.
LiiTtxa catto Lrivivo moi o cut
At 1 - .... m. I At tKi.... a.m.
At II ....-a.m. At 1:3 p m.
At 4-.VJ p.m. At 6 .p.m.
Fare each way. 30 centa; 10 ticket, for 12 10.
Will land, whin lulled, at any good Intermediate
andinglor panenjferi or freight. nor ltf.
CAIRO "AN D l'ADUUA II
The iplendld iteamer
Ben. Howaku Capt.
Leaei Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at 4
a. Hi. Fur freighter p:uKn applt on board or
an:uf JXi HlliC.S, AgX
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN,
"VKFICE Orer M. J. Mof!ule)'H druK nore,
J near corner coninerclai enue nni hmn.
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. D.
HKII)i:"ii:k'Nn "1 'I'hirtAunil, atre.l.
XV tween WnliitiK'tnii ittenueand Walnut itreet.
Ultlfle 12i Comineiclal avenue, up italri.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RF.3IDENCE-corner.Vinth aud Walnut ita.
Ofnce corner nixth atreet nnd Ohio luvee.
ufflce hottra from fl a.m. to l'J in., nnd 'J p. in
II. WAKDNEK, M.1T
I) ESIDF.NCK Corner NineUenth itreet mid
IV Washington arenue, near court Home, or
lice over tho pomolllcu.
a.m. and 2 to 4 p.m.
Ollico houn 10 to 1.'
Pablleatlon mcc Bullrtln nalldlBirt
The Ilibcrriinn tiro company nro Imv
IiiK tbclr machinery rcpnlnted and llior
Yestekday was a regular icorclicr.
Old Sol caino down In a manner that
brought fan, umbrpllai, etc., Into Imme
dlato demand. At 3 p.m. the thcrmomo
tor itood U8 In tho ihade.
HOARD OF ALDEH.MEN.
Regular meetlnij of Ihe Bojrd of Aldermen,
Cornell. CMAr. I
Aciino Cokonek McIIalo held an in
quest at Phillips' wharfboat "Wednesday
evoning on the body of an unknown man,
who wus dtowned in tho Ohio. There
was nothing on hit person by which ho
could be indcnllfled.
The post-office will bu moved Into
the custom houto on Saturday. Tho en
tiro bulldlnc will hn open for tho recep
tion of those who wlh to sco it. At
night the houau will be thoroughly
Illuminated for tho flnt time, and the
superintendent cordially invites alt tho
citizens of Cairo und vlcinety to be pres
ent. The original Ocorge Christy, Jr.'s Min
atrcl Trotipu will give an entertainment at
Atheneiim Hull to-night. Judging from
the character given this troupo by the
press of tho country, tbey aro ditervlng of
u liberal patronage from the amuiomctit
going public. There, will be a bras band
procession to-lny at two o'clock. Tickets
76 cents. Reserved scats $1. Children
The extreme length of tho delinquent
tax list, the short spncu of time we huvo
bad to do so in u oil work, and the impossi
bility of procuring bands suflicicnl to as
iit In the work, bus overtasked and over
taxed the whole force of The ISuli.ktin.
Kor this reason wo have been compelled
to Issue the paper In Its present shape this
morning which wo regret, but under the
circumstances hope for the indulgence of
Owi.no to the Irregular attendance of
pupils in consequence of sicklies, tho pre
carioua condition of health In the city,
and tbu death of onenf tin pupils tit the
institution during the past month, the I.o
rctto Academy will, at the close of this
term, make its annual exhibition compara
Tim accustomed number of invitations
will not be accorded, but the parent- and
guardians of the pupils aro hereby refpect
fully invited to attend on Thursday, 27th
Inst'., at 2 o'clock, P. M. C-U-St
Win. Khlers, at lilsMiopon Twentieth
street, opposite the Court Houo hotel, is
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
style and variety, warranted to give per
fect satisfaction. He keeps genuine French
calf and gives his customers all ho prom
JuT Akkiveii, another lot of
Wayne's) patent self-ventilating Kefrig
orntors and Ice Chests. Wo aro selling
Ice Chests at tho following Cincinnati
prices, viz; $11 00, $13 00, $15 00, $17
i!0, etc. Refrigerators at lrom $'J0 00 to
S45 00, nnd best of city referenco given
as to convenience of use and economy of
Ico. Every family should have one.
fi-3130d. Reehwakt, Ortu A: Co.
THE LITTLE KE.VTUCKIA.V,
No. 53 Ohio lovee, Is the place whore
they keep tho freshest fish and game, and
the tlnest wines, liquors nnd cigars, to bo
found in tho city. Dinner only twonty
11 vo cents. Open day nnd night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Our Homo Advertisers.
MRS. M. SWANDKR,
has opened out an exteimivo ilock ol
All ot which are entirely new and of the Very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, HONNHTS IUBUONS,
And an elt'nant iiiaortioi'iit of
LACEH, VKINUES, KID OI.OVEH, HOSIEKV
and all nrtlt-lea uiually kept In a tlrat-chiaa mil
Mri. ((wander Invltea the public to call and .
ipect her itnek, whleh ihe Mill tnko pleasure. In
ahowlnir In old aa well an lie w cuiloir era.
Tim firm of Miller A Le leur, Thclioi, IIU,, haa
this day dlsaolved parlnerili'p by mu
And It I aareed that John Miller of tho alore.
aid firm aelile the tlrni'a llabdltlei, and collect
II claims of the firm
Tlitbe,, Ms., May 21, H7i
S. Walters, the lumber merchant, has
ust returned from an extended tour
through Wisconsin and Michigan, whoro
he purchased the largest stock of Yellow
and White Pine ever befuro brought to
Cairo, and largo supplies of all kinds of
building material used in this market
Mr. Walters made his purchases for cash
and can therefore, us he does, sell closer
than any dealer In St. I.nuis, Cincinnati
Louiftville, or any whore else on tho riv
ers. Ills steamboat lumber is of every va
riety, and Ills stock is very large, to which
fact tiio attention of steamboat men Is
Keep ihe Haw Uniilemisiieh. "I
am like un old hemlock -withered lit the
top," .aid n venerable Indian Chief, point
ing to his thin nnd blenching locks. Thou
sands of men nnd women in civilized so
ciety, much younger than thu old SungU'
more, aro like him, 'withered at the top,'
simply becnuso they havo neglected to uso
tho means of preserving and beautifying
tho hair which science has placed nt their
disposal. If Lyon's Kathaikon be faith
fully applied onco or twicu a day, to tho
libers and tho scalp, it Is just us inipofsi
blu that the hair should decay, wither, full
out or become hnrsli and fuzzy, as that n
meadow, duly rofreshed with nightly dews
and sunlit rains, should becomo arid and
bar ron of groen blades. This, matchlefs
preparation not only keeps the liulr alive
und the i-kin of thu head in u healthy und
clean condition, hut actually multiplies
tho fllnments und Imparls to them a lustre
lloxiblllty and wavy beauty unattainable
by nuy other inodo of treatment. It docs
not, liko thu metallic mid sulplmrioue hnir
dyes, dry up tho natural moisturo of the
sculp, but supplies nutriment to tho roots
or tho hair und vigor to tho Ubers.
rp.... ii... - . . .
a nr. uui.ktjn. Job printing 1 IIETTKR
and chkai'kk thuu that of any offlco In
tho Btuto of Illinois. Wo moan what wo
say. (Jo mo and soo us I
Cairo, Ills., Jun 10,
No quorum. Adjourned,
M. J. Howlet, City Clerk.
Regular meeting of the Hoard of Aldermen.
Pre-ent Aldermen Under, Cunning
ham, Phllli", Rearden, Robinson,. Scaso and
On motion or Aid. Ruder the reading of
the ournal was dispensed with.
(Aid. Safford appeared In his seat).
The following ordinances wore read tho
first tlmo In this Hoard und laid over for a
second reading : "An ordinance to amend
ordlnancoNo. 14, of the Revised Ordinan
ces;'' and "An ordinance In relation to
(Aid. Metcalf nppented in his seat).
The committee on claims, to whom wus
referred the bill of E. A. Rurnett, Comp
troller, for $76 for May salary, reported
buck same, recommending payment of
$50, with ittttemcr.t tliut the
office of City Assessor had
been abolished by recent State laws.
On motion or Aid. Safford, the bill was re
rurred back to the committee on claims.
Tho committee on claims reported back
the following bills recommending pay
ment, viz :
Close ii Vincent, 2 bbs. lime for
N. A, Devoro, '20 days work on
Frutik Remis, 120 days work on
Thos. Mlr.gorald, 2t days work
Allred King, 2DJ dujs work on
Thos. .lone, 2'jJ days work on
Win. Mellnlo, a 7 day work on
l'eter Conluti, 'SS days work on
Dan'l McCarty, 27 days work on
John Oladney, hauling 152 loads
John Oladney, hauling iix car
Thos. Sullivan, hauling two dray
C. Lame, sup'l sidewalks for .May
Cairo City Uas C., gas ued in M
street lamps In May
Parsons, Davis A: Co., pitcher und
goblet for council chamber
It. II. Cunningham, two mus. rent
of council chamber to June 1...
A. Cain, May salary us marshal-Jo-eph
R. iuylor, "May salary us
M. J. Howley, May salary us
L. II. Myers, May sulury as chief
II. T. Martin, R. K. Rillingsly. C.
Mchner, .Ins.Qttinn und Phillip
Heim, police constables, each..
Win. H. Rcbertaon, police con
stable 12 days in May
Jah. C. Luhue, police constable 18
davs in Muv
John M. Lmi-den, 1st quarters
Hilary us mavor to June "J 250 00
V. ISruee, police magistrate, three
mos. .--alary to Juno 9
A. Cuin, marshal, impounding
und killing '2b dogs in May
I). Arter, two empty bbls for hog
Mrs. Ramsey, waiting upon smull
pox pntieiits live dajs
II. RIoms, groceries and provis
ions furnished three small-pox
John M. Luusdcn, cash paid on
account of small-pox patients..
James Uitsb, 'Jl kegs nails
Morris, ltood Jo., 0,5.'b leoi
Morris, Rood & Co., 4,938 feet
lumber no s
Morris, Rood & Co., 5,889 feet
Morris, Rood & Co., 3,483 feet
lumber ut 1U, and 1,18 leet
lumber at $2.1
Morris, Rood & Co., 6,142 foot
Morris, Rood & Co., 5,034 feet
lumber 90 CI
Morris, Rood & Co., 0,808 feet
Willi & Ent, 19.400. feet lumber
Cairo City Oas Co., gas consumed
in council nuiiaing and city
jail 3 mos. to June 1
On motion of Alderman Ruder said
bills were allowed by the following vote:
Ayes Ruder, Cunningham, Metcalf
Phillii, Reanlen, Roblnsun, SalTord, Souse
and Standi 9. Nay 0.
The printing committed reported buck
tho following bills, recommending pay-mont:
Inn. H. Oberly, printing nnd
biiidini; revised ordinances 5100 00
Jm. H. Oberlv, publishing May
council proceedings and other
udvertlMiiir -'17 85
J no. II. Oberly, adding now state
laws to ordlnunces and reprinting
four pages of ordinances 30 00
On motion of Aldorman Scaso said bills
wore allowed uy mo niiiowing voiui
Ayes Huder, Cunningham, Metcalf,
Phlllls, Rearden, Robinson, bunord, Scu'o
and Stancil 9. Nay o.
OTHER 111 U.S.
Tho bill of John Cahill amounting to
$707.t!8, for filling and grading tho cross
ing on Sycamore street ncross thu I. C. R.
R. was reported back by the committoe
on claims recommending payment of
?003.7I5 in full, that being tho amount re
ported by tho struut committee to bu due
according to estimate mndo by Mr. Oeo.
Soaso. On motion of Alderman Cunning
ham tho bill was allowed us recommended
by tho following votoi Ayes Rudor,
Cunningham, Motcalf, Phlllls, Koarden,
Robinson, Saflbrd, Sense und Stancil 9.
Rill of Win, McIInle, jailor amounting
to $200, for dlotlng prisoners In May,
412 days, was on motion of Alderman
Saflbrd allowod na follows! Huder, Cun
ningham, Metoalf, Phlllls, Rearden, Rob.
Inson, Safford, Seaso nnd Standi 9.
Rill of L. II. Myey, chief of pollco,
amounting to $47.05, balance,
duo ' on account of hogs
band goati impounded in Novetnbor
and December 1871 and May, 1872, was
on motion of Alderman Cunningham al
lowed as follows: Ayes Buder, Cun
ningham, Metcalf, Phlllls, Rearden, Rob
inson, Saffcrd, Seaso and Stuncll 9.
Rill of T. H. Farrin, amounting to $7il
99 for discount austaind on last month's
scrip, nnd for 2,200 feet rejected lumber,
was,roportrd back by tho committee on
claims recommending Its rejection. I ' On
motion of Alderman Cunningham, the
recommendation was concurred in.
Tho committee on claims also recom
mended tho rejection of tho bills of the
Cairo City Oas Company, for gas consum
ed at the different Are engine houses 3
months to Juno 1st. On motion of Alder
man Safford tho recommendation was con
On motion of Alderman Sease, the
board then adjourned to meet to-morrow
evening at the usual hour.
M. J. Howlkv, City Clerk.
Adjourned meeting of the Uoard of Aldermen.
Uaian, III., June Vi,'l.i
Present Aldermen Ruder, Cunning
ham, l'hillls, Rcnrdon, Standi, Strntton
and Waldcr 7,
An ordinance entitled "nn ordinance
in relation to grocery bonds " was read n
second time in this board anil, on motion
of Alderman Cunningham, adopted by
tho following voto: Ayes Ruder, Cun.
nlnglium, PhillisReurden, Stancil Strnt
ton and Waldor 7. Nny 0.
An ordinance entitlel-' an ordinance
to amend nrdinanco No. 14 of the revised
ordinances" was read a second tirno in
this board and, on motion of Alderman
Cunningham, adopted as follows: Ayes
nuder, Cunningham,, Phlllls, Rearden,
Standi, Stratton and alder 7.
On motion of Alderman Ruder the
board, then adjourned.
M. J. Howi.ky, City Clerk.
M. Rurnh, proprietor of tho Mechanic' 1 imt'tin.
boardlne- house, corner Commorciul nnd
Third street, Cairo, Illinois, announces SIGN OF THE
(hit hi is now keeping a flrst-dttis hotel q.q-t- .-T-ypp-sTT T Tt"VTXT
and boarding houso for tho accommodn- I J2-iJ4 JjJ.lJ.N .
tloa of regular boarders or transient 1
guests. He has accommodations for
sJghly to ono hundred pcoplo j his tablo is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and ,
not a bed in the houso that bus not either 1
a set of snrinirs or n feather bed. 5-lm i
Tho Arlington Garden, n delightful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors.
Tents havo been spread on tho green
sward, a high, closo fence surrounds the
garden, and ladles and gentlemen may
enjoy the finest of Ice cream and tho cool
est of lemonade, free from tho public gnzo.
T. II. Klli, Prop'r.
' SELECT COUNCIL.
Caiko, III., June 12, l7-
No quorum. Adjournd.
M.J. How lev, City Clerk.
Rest Weiss beer at the Thaliu.
Go to tho Thnlia for the best Weiss
beer in town. 5-21dtf
Weiss beer constantly on hand at the
Thulla suloon. 5-21dtf
A t-PLENDlD lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladies' Slippers at Elliott Sc Huy
horn's, Commercial nvenuo. tf.
Who can kemst the ovfer. Tho
Continental Life Insurance Company of
New York issue Life Policies for $1,000
on any ago betwoon 15 nnd 24, for 5 cents
a day. W. F. Pitcher,
Gen'l. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
J. J. Anderson fc Co., gas Utters, CI
Ohio Lovcp, over Lonergan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gus fitting cheaper than the cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction in every in
stance. If they do not please thoy will
not charge. Give them a trial. They
know their business perfectly. Remember
the place,) 1 Ohio Levee. 6-31
To Ice Cream Eaters. Dan Carnes is
prepared to furnish the very best article
of ice cream in largo or small quantities
on reasonable tonus, Ht Louis Lasano'sold
stand on Commercial avenue between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets. Al
so, nttuched to his ice cream saloon will be
found tho very choice'! of wlnos, liquors
und cigars. Come one and all and patron
ize Dan. 5-31 1m
SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 1872.
at sen eel's oarden.
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass tli'i city, to continue
during tho summer month'. None but
pure northern lake ce will bo delivered.
Husk, Loom it, A: Co.
The Illinois Central Rail Road Compmy now
otlerfor aale thp follnvi lngdecrlbe, Ion lu frir
Addition to the City of Cairo, vlti
Lot -21 block 20. lAi 2t block fi.
" IS " W, " 27 " fi.",
' 5 ' " " 2 " SJ,
' 0 ' hi, " :il " .',
" 3 " W. " 31 ' HI.
orlerm,ele. apply to JAMH.S JOII.V-ON,
T. R. Ellis, proprietor, corner "th ,'tn't
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., Is
prepared to accommodate the public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lower
rales than any other tlrst-clnss houso In
the city. Tho rooms nro nil well fur
nished, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agent. The house is located In the ren
ter of tho business part of the y within
ono squaro of tho post olllce. 4-9-tf
74 omo, f.GVi:K.
Wholesale and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull (wk nf Pure lirua ami
Kor Ihe leaion ; alio a full tiu.i nt
An, I I'alnler Material Kenerally
Our Homo Advortisors.
DANIEL ItURP, Praildinli
ROltEHT . MILLER. Vlca-PrssUaat
C.N. IllOil KM, CaihLr.
L'(H.T.V(inu nuriveixTT -v tram
- i y n u AaavAaAua tn nvaii
i.i.i.iiA.-iir., coin, bank nolea aad Unitec
XU aiaiea leeuritlei lught and aold.
Inlerr! AIIommI un Time ISepaMllai.
Having refurnished this well known
und popular boarding house, on Sixth
street, near tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform tho public that fcho
is prepared to accommodate tho public
with first-class board und well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on the most reason
able terms. Ample preparations havn
been inado to nccommodato an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronago so
licited. " Mrs. T. N. Oavfney.
tte5cC. Ilannv wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
Fit Ki. Ri.ankeniikro hns engaged a
new pianist, an accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. He is a very lino performer and
Fred's is a flno Instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excelsior, liko its liquors
and cigars, is not excelled In the wet.
Go nnd listen to the music and try soma of
Fred's cool Weiss boor. 5-23 tf
li'K Cream has becomo tho Institution
of tho season, and l'hll Simp's the most
popular In the city. His saloon has be
como, in fact, ico cream headquarters, and
It is not tho fashion to cat tho luxury any
whoro else. It Is kept with scrupulous
caro, is neat and tidy, and tho prosenco of
no questionnblo chnructors Is permitted In
it. Mr. Saup has, also, always on hand
frosh cakes of all kinds, candles, notions,
toys, Ac, and deserves a continuation and
un incrouto.of tho populur fuvor in which
ills establishment is held. 5-7dtf
Pat Flt.goriiid, of tho samplo room
has recolved tho appointment of agent for
tho salo of tho Hiimmondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wlno Company's wlnos in this city
If thu bottle with which wo huvo boon
favored I a sample of tho quality of
tboso wlnos, then wo aro prepared to say
that thoy nro among tho host we havo over
tasted. Ho has Just recoivod u largo con
signment, which ho Is propured to sell 'nt
tho lowest liguros, Ho hat also on hand n
large and compluto stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotoh and American
whiskies, and wlnos of every variety.
Maonolia, Ladles' Slippers ut Elliott &
lUythorn's, juit rooelved. tf.
tygSix and one-half
pounds Durant's A ColVee Su
gar for One Dollar; Eight
pounds jow Orleans Sugar for
Ono Dollar; Four lbs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar: Pest
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Pest Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-live Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at' WILEY & PlXlYV'S.
A . O VS t'KJl K.N' TH.
I linrlerrU Slftrrh SI, INS.
CITY NAT I OVAL RANK, CAIRO
A. II. "StFFORD, 1'reiidentl
S. S. TA YI.OU, Vlce-Prealdent i
II Yrtl.nP, Heeretary and Treaiurer.
1'. l. Unci. at,
It . Onnii.iham.
J. M. I'niiura.
Pavi. U. Scnra.
Do )fiii wuh to receive nil the lieuem-tlla of
fiiSrSARATOOA, N. Y.,
ear rluk lick, kv.
Without 1 1 1 expense of n trip to thro renin-.
If -o. apply lo u.. We receive the. e water II
reel fram the irinii, aul are prepared to lur
ii I -1 1 them pure, H.'K COLD, I re-li and l.li.ly
from our eounter. IVron lirlun nt u dlUnc,
or who uiih to haie tho ualer In their hoimei,
can be iiipplleil Hith.Sirnlo-a in bottle, nnd nine
Lick in lioiilc-4, keg and lurrel-i. Call and 'l
nclrciilnr in regard to the medicinal virtuci ol
tliee noled wtiter-.
Alao a complete Una ol loilet arliVIe-, lin
purled anil Ameruiin Jfoain,
Tot-ether wltlui lare axorlment of llrugKNt-i
Icxalla ol tanjr Amo-nl Kprctve-rt f roaa
leu eiiirt i;iuiarua.
I.NT1-.KKS r pal.l on deit.ait.. it the rale ol all
I.A- .....ii luiPuiDilIln 4f.r.th l-l n.l ri.nl.M.
ber lit. Interci.t not withdrawn ii folded iinma
dlately ( ire principal of the depnilti, therabf
-'Tinx mem compnuni iniereii
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
"I THAT Ml OH tU't CAN lllAW IT.
Open every bu-lue.i day from va.m. toil p.ra.,
nnil Saturday evening lor HAVING DEPOSITS
only, irom oma o ciock.
aiieil W. IITSI.OP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OA I HO,
1 1. l in u in.
W. P. HAI.I.IDAY, Prealdent;
II KNKY L. HALLIDAY, Vici-Praildanli
A. II. SAKFllKU, Ciuhler;
WALTKK IIYSLOP, Anlitant CaaBiar,
Hiaati TavLoa, Ibiar.at II. Cvxaiaauiti,
IU-IUY I,. lULLIIiaT, Vi. I'. IIALLIOAT,
Illll. l WllllAUION, Btipukn Hiao
A. II. Uarroan.
K.-o-lmnae, Cnln aad L'nllod NtailM
UodiIh ll.inatltt nnd Hold.
DR. D. A. PARKER FOR GREELEY
Km rou lluunTii. i'lea nun Jiince me un in
dependent candidate, tor nli'tiMilnr ill tho lower
Homo ot Ihe (iencrul Aa.cmbly ol Hum Htute.
Ai men in lh ilny ol lioncat -,-nvi-rnmcnt had
to nnncuiice their rineiplii or hobby, aa well n
themaelH'ii aud uppenr betoro their eouatitiienti
and defend them before. Ihey could (hi olllce, I
believe (hey il oulu do so now, and will ray to
the volen of Jackiou, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting tho decUiiui of any
man or party, 1 inn mr Horace (Irecley for Prcil.
dent, aud II. llralr. Hrown for Vice Preildunl and
endorse thu Cincinnati platform, 1 am for a fieo
scrub rao and against Hie primary lyalem of
electing men to ollico. I am an"'"' the atock
law in this county and foi thu icprul of the Ohio
liquor law, I am tor tha abolishment of Ihe
grand Jury to I In luivvit oontiliitioiiliinlli,und
the rcvlalon of tho traverao Jury Hotlmt lutein.
Rent men shall not bo disqualified to sit on It in
eases of felony. I am for tree trade, tqual
taxation, equal representation, nnd honest incp
In olllce, even If 1 have to bo Mafeated lo gat
' them there. V- A, r-iaaia. tf
An etfcctufil preventive ot Cholera, Typhoid
Keter, mnll-l'ox, Scarlet Fever, Sleaieii, Cat
tle Dineaae, and all peatl'iential and coiiUKioili-dli-ciBei.
II li put up in paitl-onrd cnrtoni, tho
lop of which contain perforation!, Irom which
It can be aprinMed as from n pepper box. i-old
by HAItCLAY ItltOi.
The retail price la 'ii ceula per package.
(I'mceedmua of the llonrd of Heallh OftVial.)
OrricK Ilkiiiin or HraLTii, Ht. Locit, Wd May,
1871. The resident phyilcmni itntei that he Iihi
ii-ed. In Ihe city hospital, the carbolic acid
powder and rlndi it the be.t dNInfix'tnnt anil
de.troycr of bugi, nnti, cixkroachei, Ac, ol
which he hat knowledge. Your committee re-commend-)
the purchain of this powder. for ue
In the hoipltiil.
(Signed It. ll.O'llltir.N.
Cleik Hoard ot llenllli.
W,' .ro now In receipt i I n fieih utock of
IKIttltS, I.ANII. KTUi
..i.l b j.n.r., I.nlim.
OHNAMENTAL IKON WORKS!
ltOHKKT WOUI). TllOd. H- ROOT.
RORERT WOOD A CO.
l.llti Klie Avenue, 1'hiladelphla, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- -FI.OAT1NO 8ITANH
VKUANDAHH, bUHMKR HOUSE?,
UtHOltS, L1IAIUS, HETIEKS, Ac, 0.
NEW STYLE WltOUGHT-lKON lt.VILINO for
Front of lluiuc and (;iiiclvrlc. Nevtr before
CAST AND WROUOHT-IKON RAILINGS
I'ulilie llulldinui and r'nunrei, Ceinelery Lota,
and Uardi'ii Fcucri, llul.-oiiit-i, Hoof Creating!,
etc.. in ureal lanvlv of IMtterna.
Ill I I.N STAlll?, Soiral nnd itralght, ol yarloua
rattcrni and Mile, special attention slven Ihla
Cltl! oi llirK,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
HUILDEHS' SUPPLY DEPOT)
I3J TENTH HTKEET,
Doom, Naaab, HllatU, MoulUlUK,
VMn Uuttcro, (wooal) Window and llnar
rrttuie, t'loorluir, I4tlh,
NIllliKlet), OUcPd Hah, GlnsiHl Nlilo
LIkuIi, Ulnaed Vrttnauina,
Nnab Weluhla, Nnali l'lilllm nnd Cord
Ullud 1'ualeitlUKa, KooUuk
fell, KooIIuk tVnieul, 1'UalrrlUK
luer, Carjiei fell, Wfalt
Lend, Uuaral Oil, Auicrlrmi Wtuduw
UliiNN, UukIUIi Huill'rvucb
I'littv Ulaa.M, 1'iilly, Ulnaler'a lulula
Hewer Vutu Patestt Cblmneim.
Kits, Ktc, Kir.
A OENT3 lor Knelt Rlvei Paper Company'-
Vheathing Felt aad Quarts CeiiiDut.
if. W Joha'a Improved Hoofing alwaya on
Agenta wauled lu efeiy City, Town and Cotirj.
Iv fi.v lha Ilii.liHIn l.lnMlll Hook Ind CATU
llarkiir. Norlak. Oueinarkator whole lauj.
ax. llluilJitJu.'. i nm
LA Ml' I'OSTH. for Fronta of Public Uulldlmra.
Hotel., und City Hreeia, ol 1'laln and Elaboraiw
SIAULE nrri-VOi. ofCaitand Wrouzht-Iron.
of New Improved Styles, atlch na Hay Rack,
sinii 1'iviaiuii-, jiaua-ri, iiarneii isracaeia, uuc
terx. Trapi, Ventilaiori, c.
WIIIK WOKIv of every description. Wire
tiiinrda of (,'r.mped Wire, Oaltalilted or Painted,
or Wltiitoui, r'nolury mid Warehotiao Windows.
lll,,.u f... llini..H. IUnL' llnnnl.. Il-li.M '
l iii con e. I. iim ii tun rami r encei. ic. ac.
(UTta fur fiitiniice to Cemttenea, Public
liiarca :i ii i.eiiuriiieu e iouuiry oeaia. or lima)
Tuhmg or Wruughi.lron, both ilcgle and aouble.
In ehiborite Aim ilmple deilgni.
jmi.ni.u l uu.ii.ii.m, inr itreel Ules. A
very lame ananrlment of deligm expreraly for
CAnl'-IUON UIUNAI, HOXEl, for public park
and cllv ilrcelg.
Ill'll.l IhPS In, .l.l.u . . . 1 . .
III'IUHIMI POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Hambo and
E X TltA 1 1) U C K M E N T 8 1
Tho Curo 1 St. I.ouia II. R. Co. want WO men
at once, to work on the line of their road in
Alexander county, Irom & to 13 mllea north ot
ruicj.-t. i-or nation woik, tigiit oil, twenty
i'ent(2iH;.lrryird. Chopped, (ft 50j ino dof.
larn und llfly centa per day. May men on grade,
(II !S4) two dollari ami twenty. rive venla par day.
lionnl It on per ween. Prompt paymeuta In caatt
Knoioi-ivrM me uui!iniiy.
Am lo JuiLN MUhVKY.Sup'Uaiha work.
SUTTKH & BIKUWIHTII,
70S WASHINGTON AVKiNUK,
KT. LOUIS, WO.
Stained, Knuineled, Kmlaxae.! and ground Ulua
oi every ueaw-njMiuia.
PAUTICULAn .ATTENTION fAID. TOOHUHCH-WORK,
OO Ordera from all
prumplly attended lo.
parta of ihe country;
Pv. Addreal A.
dlion Street, Chicago.
WOOD I WOOD I! WOOD 1 1
The uudaraigntHt alll fuTB-h
HARD AND DJtY WOOD
Aa t'be9tsA Cheat
li aa any mooA d 911 la Cairo. Lean rdal
on iba i1m4 at Ihe Poalolttoe atvl al Hot' o4
Vard.OA UaaMerelal avian, Umin Tiaih aa
twalfth atreeu. Cairo. lluon, I
maaaura and vill cord tha nuoil up llHaalrea.
autdtt-tl DEMNla HALKT.