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JOHN H. OBKRLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1872
Our Homo Advertisers.
MILLINERY.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Btroet, botwocn Washington
and Commercial Avonuei,
CAIRO, ILL,
I receiving dally new invokes of
Of "every description, and at Paicat toHcit thi
Tiaia
TUK LATCST STTLKH OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
HON NETS.
HATS, RIBBONS,
v TRIMMINGS,
, FRENCH FLOWERS,
NECKTIES, COLLARS,
UNDrflLEEVES,
, ..ACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
. DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDKN PARASOLS, ETC.
Tj)R'ir with all the other arttctes kept In a
rtrsl Class Millinery and Trimming btore. To
! sold ,t ihe err lowost fluure.
0l nj tee her. Ko trouble to ihow
good-
MifH. MoGEE,
on Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ington Avenues, Is dally receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or Tin
LATEST SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES,
lie sldts a full line of
230ISr2T23a?S 8c HATS
tf rimmed and unlrltnmcd,)
rHKNC VB(WER8. RIBBONS, TRIMUIN09
f all kind. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McOee ha also large asortiiien('o
Kfofy Artlrl!
.NECK TIES. COL-fiti". UNDKH3LEKVF.S,
HUFFS, RAMIES, FANS,
.1 other article usually found In a
St -CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Vrs. .''-flee. In addition to her stock of Fancy
ni Mlll.nery Bonds, has a line and complex- as
sortment ol Cincinnati Custom MaI Lsdle
and Misses' bhoeii and Children!" Boot.. Black
and Id Colors. These are acknowledged to l
lT Hrest and best shoes In Ihe market, ar.il thla
, onljr place in the city that make them a
penally.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
in thi:
ATHENEUM BUILDING
ha opened out an eaUnelve stock of
AHLLLNERY GOODS
All ot which are entirely new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
FLOWERS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACK, XrtlNOES, KID O LOVES, HOSIERY
and all articles usually kept In a first-class mil-
II inery store.
1 Mrs. Kwander Invites Ihe public tocall at. In
I erect her atiwk, whieh she will take pleasure In
showing to old as well as new custorr era.
t-ir.
THE FUR TRADE.
lit. LEW A CO. PAY TUK HI0IIK8T MARKET
PRICKS.
Below will to found tho corrected Hit
laf prices paid by H. Levy & Co., for
bidet, furs, leathers, wool, tallow, txses-
vax, and all kind 01 country prouueo.
Law & Co. do a verv lareo trado in their
ine, and it it a well known tact that they
Jways pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. They are now
ylng for
runs:
link $2 00 a 2 25
taccoon CO
IVildCat CO
Home Cat 10 a 16
ftluik Rat 16
ppoiium l't
Elier o ' a ( uu
car Skin 2 On a 0 00
liavor, per pound CO a 75
i it ides, pkr ruuni)
brier Skins
beef Hides, Dry Suit
" uroen oau
otu cles:
lallow, jler .
leathsrs, " -Ml,
esva.
The ab
27) aH7)
181 a 20
Or 12 J
0-.ion. j)EALERS IN
o a7
60 a 65
60 a 70
25 a 28
. cor-
itsvAi. ai.
C. WINSTON u tndAK.,.of
EAL ESTATE AtatA. .
AUCTIONEERS,
74 ( OND floor) 0U10 LEVEE,
I . CAIRO, ILLS,,
Ifj Bur and Sell- Heal Estate,
I
PAX TAXES,
7BNISH
ICAnd
P
ViCT8 OF TIELE
onveyences ofTjndr!
nd L
J
SUSANKA,
. roprletor
LIA SALOON
.n Foreign and Domeatlo
VINES, LIQUORS AND CIQARB,
97 Ohio Levoo,
3etwa& Math and Tenth Streets,
Gairo. III.
leMTtf
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
STRATTON & BIRD,
SucostioratoBtratloD, HucIhoiiA Clark,)
lOLiESALE GROCERS
AMD
IcOMMiaSION MERCHANTS,
lOhio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
THE BULLETIN.
Go to tho Thalia for tho best Welts
boor In town. 6-21dtf
Excellent Wcias boor at the Thalia.
6-21dtf
Magnolia Ladles' Slippers at Elliott k
Haylhorn's, Just recoiled. tf.
A splkndid lot of Magnolia and Em
press Ladies' Slippers at Elliott & Hay
horn's, Commercial avenue. tf.
Go to Wm. Ehlor'H, on Twontioth
street, for your fino custom msdo boots
and shoos. You can't do better. Try
them .
Uurnett's Steam Cooking Vessel Is war
ranted to cook quicker and better than
any vessel In use, for salo at A. Halley's
C-201m
Burnott's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly half the fuel and IS per cent
weight which it lost In cooking tho old
way. Sold by A. Halloy 0.201m
Wo havo a good supply of Uurnett's
Steam Cooking Vessels Call and see
them, A. Uallet
6.201m
For Sale. Two desirable lots on
Commercial avonuc, will be told cheap.
B. S. Uarrell.
Juno 2Mb. dOt
It It impossible to cook poorly in Bur
nett's Steam Cooking Vessel. It is worth
double the price asked for it, for putting
up fruit. For sail at A. Halley's, dealer
In stoves and tinwaro. 6-201m
Wm. Etciiorr has puchased the estab
lishment of Elcboff Brothers, in Cairo,
and now propotet to protocute tho furni
ture manufacturing butinets with new
vigor, and pledges himself to tell furniture
of every description, cheaper than ever be
fore. Try Wm. 0-26tf
J. J. Axuehho.n it Co1 gat fitters, 61
Ohio Levei', over Lonergan & Cunning
bams, feed store, do all kindt of tteam anp
gat fitting cheaper than the cheapest, and
guarantee perfect satisfaction In every in
stance Ifthoy do not please thoy will
not charge Givo them a trial. They
know their buiinett perfectly. Remember
the place, 61 Obo Levee. -31
rem bale
The Illinois Central Rail Road Compsnjr now
oflerfor tale the following detcritd Ion lo;Pir
Addition to the Cltr of Cairo, Til t
Lot 27 block 20. Lot U block 2,
" IS " 20, ' 27 " U,
i " 2, " 2S hi,
' St, ' 31 " w,
" 3 " Hi, " SJ " 2.
orterroa.ele. apply to JAMM JOHNSON,
Sdtl Aen.
Tho Arlington Garden, a delightful
placo of retort, it now ready for visitors.
Tents havo been spread on tho green
sward, a high, cloio fence surrounds the
garden, and ladies and gentlemen may
enjoy tho flnett of ice cream and the cool
est of lornonade, free from the public gazo.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
One or two respectable young men or
boys can hear of a comfortable placo to
board, where there are no other boarder?,
by inquiring for II. at The Bulletin of
fice. Terms reasonable. 23-fit
Wm. Ehlers, at hiithopon Twentieth
street, opposite the Court House hotel, it
manufacturing boots and shoot, of overy
stylo and variety, warranted to give por
feet satisfaction. He keeps genuine French
calf and gives his ctittomert all ho prom
ses. tf
Heavy Rino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 and half gallons, $2 per doz.
Genuine "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(glass top, telf scalers,) quarts $2, and half
gallons $3 per dozen. Best W. G. (iron
stone china) plates and teas, 60 cents per
sot. Fine goblett, only 10 cents apiece.
Other goods in proportion, at
Parsons, Davis & Co.'s,
6-15-tf 5 and 7 Tenth street.
Just Arrived, another lot oi
Wayne's patent self-ventilating Refrig
erators and Ice Chests. We aro soiling
Ice Chotts at tho following Cincinnati
prices, viz: $11 00, $13 00, $16 00, $17
20, etc. Refrigerators at trom $20 00 to
$45 00, and bott of city reforence given
as to convenience of ute and economy of
ice. ''Every family should have ono.
6-31-80d. Beerwart, Ortii & Co.
MARKET REPORT,
Locib Blatau's taloon deterves the
popularity in to which It has grown. It has
been very handsomely fitted up, and is so
comfortable that it It a pleasure to while
away a tpare hour there. The bar Is
supplied with all kinds of fino liquor and
wines, and with tho best of Frcth Lager
Beer, and Welti Beer that In deliclouients
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, free to
patrons, It spread every day, and an articlo
of Sweitzer Cheese, the bost in tho market,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau Invitot
the public to give him a call, on Eighth
street, betwejn Commercial avenue and
Ohio Lovce, opposite tho Perry House, iu
Rlzor't building.
7-2. d tf
PAUL G. SCHUH'S Pre
soription Drug Store is open
day and night. All prescrip
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. The largest
and finest selections of Toilet
Articles, Vases and sundry
Fancy Goods of all descrip
tions just received and sold by
rtnlifa nrf ftttfint.ivn nlnrlrn nf
the lowest figureB. Satisfy
youraen oy a can. ovgoim
Cairo Ills., Monday Etenlntr. July 1st W2.
Wo havo no changes to nolo In tho gen
eral market since our last tctni-wcokly ro
view, Tho amo unvaried dullness pro
vails in all brunches of trade. Oats show
slight signs of rallying, but wo can offer
no oncouragement. Whito Corn is a little
more untluady, demand Is falling off.
Country Producu is dull, and prlco on
overy thing It lower. Tho weather it
very hot and dry.
FLOUR Dull and declining. Low
grades aro unsaleable, and there It very
littlodoing in tho medium and high gradot.
Market overstocked with all kinds, and
there are no eitabhthed prices. Tho only
sales worth reporting aro 103 bbls. in or
der lots, various gradct, $! to 10 CO, and
60 bbls. from first handi, medium to choice,
$5 25 to 0 76.
HAY Very tick. The touthern mar
kets are all full, and thero is no demand
for any kind. Receiptsare light, but more
than enough for tho present itato of tho
markot. Very choice Timothy Is held at
$20 0022 00 delivered. No sales to re
port. CORN. Prices on mixed corn are a
shade lowor than at last report. Receipts
are In excett of the demand. Whito has
hold about the tame, but now thowi rilgnt
of weakening. Receipt! havo been light,
and most of it hat been taken to tupply
the order trade. 3 cart mixed told In tackt
on ordort, delivered, at 01c. 6 cars Whito
in bulk on track nt 52c. 1 car White in
tacks delivered, at OOJc. 3 cars Whito in
sacks, delivered, at 61c. 2 cars mixed in
bulk on track at 42c. 2 cars mixed in
sacks delivered, at 61c. 1 car mixed in
tackt delivered, told early at 62c. And
100 tackt White delivered at 62c.
OATS. Very dull. Market fully sup
plied and no demand. Choice Galena wat
held to-day at 32c, but we heard of no tale
at that price. Tho feeling among tcllert
wst a little better to-day, but wo could tee
no signs of improvement either in demand
or prices. 1 car Choice Whito sold in bulk
on track at 32 jc; 3 cars Choico Galena
In tackt, del, at 37c; 1 car Mixod, in
bulk, on track, at 80c; 1 car Mixed, in
tacks, del at 37c; 3 cars Mixed, In bulk,
on track, at 31c; 1 car in bulk, on track,
at 32c, and 160 sacks, n orders, at 38c.
MEAL. The market i well supplied
and prices are weaker to-day. 300 bblt
tteam dried told at $3 00, del;
200 bblt tteam dried, in lots from
store, at $3 10 3 16; 600 bblt
tteam dried, del, at $3 00; 200
bblt tteam drir-d, on ordert, at $3 10, and
200 bbls "Evening Star," City Mills, tteam
drieJ, brought $3 10, delivered.
BUTTER. There Is no strictly choico
butter in th market. Ordinary bjitler it
dull and unsaleable. Thero is a good de
mand for choice at lGISc. 10 buckets
ordinary Fold at 10tol2Jc.
CHICKENS. There is considerable en
quiry for ootf young chickens at $2 50
3 00, and nono in tho markot. The sup
ply of old it about equal to tho demand.
We noto sales of 20 dozen old, mixed, at
$3 003 50; 20 dozen choice young at
$2 003 00, according to size, and 1 coopt
old hens at $3 25.
EGGS Vory dull in contequonco of tho
extremo hot weather, markot over stock
ed. 10 packagot thippors' count, told at
10llc. dozen.
PROVISIONS Dull and unchanged.
Vory little doing except to supply a small '
local trado.
HAMS. 500 lbs country told at 8jc.
SHOULDERS. 3 casks told from first
hands at 6c.
BACON. Clear tidet bring 7J8c.
POTATOES Dull and unchanged,
FRUIT. Lemons and Oranges would
tell at about $6 007 00 $ box. Nono in
tho market.
BERRIES. Raspberries in demand
and tcarce, selling at $2 603 00 "p crate.
Blackberries more plonty and selling at
40c. $ gallon. Cherries bring 2 00
2 26 VI buthel.
CABBAGE $1 26 dozen.
LIME. A few talet aro niado in small
ott at $1 25 $ bbl.
IIIDKS-Groen rb77c. ; Cured, OffiOe
Green Calf lb 12ll3c. ; Cured Calf, 11
14,c. ; Dry Flint, 16c. ; Dry Salt, 12Jc. ; Sheep
pelts each, 25t0c.;
SALT. Canawha tf bbl- 82 2fi ; Dairy tf
bbl. 83 25.
TEAS-Impcrlal, $1 101,40; Guupow-
der, II 001 50 ; Oolong Black, 81 001 30;
Young Hyson, 81 001 40.
COFFEE Juva, 3032c. ; Lagauyra, 25
27c. ; Rio, Prime to Choice, 2527e.
LARD Refined, in tierces tf Ih, 910c. ;
Iu kegs, tf lb, 10l0fJ.
HAMS. Sugar Cured, canvamed, tf tb,
1213,c. Country, 810e. ; Shoulders Ba
con, ri0c. ; Clear Sides Bacon, 7)8e.
CHEESE. New York Factory, new, tf ID
1416c.
BROOMS. Common House tf dozen, 82
60 ; Choice to Extra, $3 003 75 ; S. B. 84 60
5 00.
BEESWAX, tf ft 30c.
TALLOW, tf lb 7o.
SUGAR Now Orleans, Prime to Choice
tf Ih ll12e ; Coffee A. 1313)c. ; Crushed
and Powdered, 16lft,c. ; Granulated, 16
15)v.
SYRUPS Cliolcn tf gallon, 85c$l 00;
New Orleans 7080e.;
BAGGING. GutmleH, 181UlJc. ; Uur
Inpi, 231c.
SEEDS.-Mlllct tf buthel, 83 60 ; Hunga
rian, 83 50; Timothy 83 60.J
BRANDY. Hcnncsty tf gallon, best, 82
6083 00; Signotte, 82 00.
WINE. Port, tf gal. 82 B03 00; Sherry
82 353 00 j Catawba, 82 50 ; Claret tf caxe,
86 00.
WIIISKEYRcetlfied,pergal.85c$l 60;
uourtjon, f3 oo; Hje, 2 7ft; wrteat new
i ro ; Hlh wines, f l 00,
FREIGHT COTTON, Coinprcsetl, to
New York, 85c. ; to Boston 81 w. Un
compressed, to New Yoiik, 81 14 ; to llo
to.v, 81.
FI.OUR.-To New York, tf'.libl., 81 no;
to Boston, 81 70.
TO MEMPHIS.-Klour, 25.:. ; Hoy, 81 00 ;
Corn tf cwt., 16c. ; Oats, 15c. ; Potatoes tf
bbl., 25c. ; Applet, 25c. i Pork, 35. ; Whlskoy
60c. ; Lumber, tf M. 87 (X). Heavy freight
tf cwt., 15c.
TO NEW OULEANS.-Flour tf bbl. 35c. ;
Potatoes 35c. ; Apples, R5o. ; Pork, 60c. ;
Whiskey, 75c. ; Hnytf ton, 8J0; Corn tf
cwt., 20c.; Oats 20c; Tobacco tf hhd.,
$1 00; Cotton tf bale, 81 50; Lumber tf M.
812 00. Heavy freight, tf cwt. 20c.
mrr kxtbrpkike.
Six and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffee Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Seven lbs. New
Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy -five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY &BIXBY'S.
6-24-tf.
C. Hanny wishes tho
public to bo 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 cverv articlo
ay
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.
Uavi.no been appointed agent of the
"Singer Sewing Machine," I take this
method of Informing thp citizens of Cairo
and Alexander county, that I havo a
tabllthcd my headquarters at Hannon's
bookstore 126 Commercial avenue, where
I will bo found at all times, ready to
show up the merits of tho " Singer " to all
who are contemplating purchasing a first
class machine. Machine) told on the leaso,
noto or cath plans. Every machino war
ranted, and thorough instructions given
free of charge.
I havo also on hand a quantity of ma
chine thread, silk twist, oil and atatch
merits, which I retail at " Kholtsale " yin'
ees. Ladies will pleaso bear this in mind.
G. T. Wiutlock,
Agt. Singer Sowing Machino Co,
d3t.
Ice Cream has become llio institution
of tho season, and Phil Saup's the most
popular in tho city. His saloon has bo
come, in fact, ico cream headquarters, and
it is not tho fashion to cat tho luxury any
where else. It is kept with scrupulous
care, is neat and tidy, and tho prosonco of
no questionable characters is pormitted in
it. Mr. Suup has, alto, always on hand
froth cakes of all kinds, candies, notions,
toys, &c, and deserves u continuation and
an increase of tho popular favor in which
his establishment is hold. 5-Tdtf
HISVEIXANEOTCN.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
VESSEL.
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
some or its advantages.
It cookt aiilcklr and mote thoroughly with less
fire than any other war.
Food cooked the old way loses one-third cf Its
wemht. cooked Inthlsittam vessel. Itoulv loses
iiitt eighth. The savings la this way will ioou
pay its cost.
1TOOD CANNOT BE llUHNED.
It will BOIL,
STEW,'
BROIL,
and STEAM
more perfectly than any utensil used for elthor
purpose now .n use,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
DURABLE,
Heat stewed, boiled or broiled Iu this tntnuer
has a better flavor, and la easier digested than
vthtJ cooked in the old way,
NO VKAB OV DYSPEI'HIA.
It niskea a rlrat class Cook out of a poor oiu,
and a good cook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It Is the only utensil In use that is warranted
not to HUltM HICK IN 0' lOKlNQ, under any olr
cumstance. Agents make more money selling
this vessel, than any article In use, tor every In
telligent housekeeper In the country wants one,
ANY ONE WIBIIlNa TO WJY BlflllTS OR
TERRITOHY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or addret" BURNETT,
O-StfJAw Thornton' Itlock.lOihst., Cat ro, HI
AGENTS WAtsTilT.
Ageuta wanted In ovory City, Town and Caun
ty, for tho aorbam Linen, Book snd Card
Marker. No risk. One Marks tor a who o tain
fy. Aiidrest A. M. B1LHAWUS0.N, W Wet
delaStmet, Chicago, l-jjiodlm'
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY UEMAIILK OIFT KNTERPRIBE
IN THE OOUNTItY !
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Ii . X). BIBB'S
IM.th ItfgnlarMortlily
GIFT ENTERPKISE,
To bo drawn Monday, August Sth, W2.
Two Grand Capitals or
85.000 In Greenbacks!
Two Prizes $1,000 J
Five Prizes 600
Ten Prizes 100
GREENBACKS
Ono family Carriage and Matched Horses wlih
Silter-Motinted Harness, worth Sl.JOu.
One Ilorse and Dugciy with 'liver-Mounted Har
ness, worth 0Oi each.
One fine-toned Kuicwood Piano, worth $5"0.
Five family sewing machines, worth llWench.
SO gold and silti-r lever hunting watches, uotth
from SiO tofjuueach. Ladl. gold lentlneclmlj.,
geat'sgnl ve.t chains, solid and double pUied
silver table and tetsioons photograph albjms,
Jewelry, tc , etc.
Whole number or gilts, 0,uw). Tickets limited to
GO.O K).
Aif nts wanted to tell tickets to whem liberal
premiums will be paid.
ficgie tickets one dollsrt six ticket Sve dol
lars; twelve tickets, ten dollars; twenty-five
twenty dollars.
Unulara containing a full list of prises, ade
scrlptlonof the iranner ot drawing, and other
information In refeience to the distribution, will
be sent to anyone ordering them. All letters
nvist be addressed to L. 1). SINE, Box, 80,
, Cincinnati, O.
ini Westtth t. nor-widlv
Our Home Advertisers,
HA.MKM.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
CUnt-lcred Marrli SI,
nrrirs in
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orricrasi
A. D.SAFFORD. President;
H. S. TAYI.OU, Vice-President ;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
niatcroaai
P. M. KsacLAT,
F. II. bvocarLETU,
It. 11, Cl-NMVIIIAM,
Chas. GiLioiira,
i'Al-L O. Bcilt II,
11. r, 1UIXIDAT,
J. JI. PuuLirs.
I)cioslU ol any Amount Kecelvodlroai
Ten Ceula t'pwnrtla.
TKTEKE.ST paid on deposits at the rale ol six
i. percent, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber 1st, Interest not withdrawn Is f.ddeil imme
diately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
g'ving them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOll EN AND CUILDREN MAY
DEPOrtIT MONEY
SO 111 AT NO OM tUE CAN DSAW IT,
Open every business day from u a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Saturday eyening lor HAVING DEPOSITS
onlj, from 8 to S o'clock.
auotr V. HYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
A-nsric.
CAIItO, 1M.INOI
CAPITAL,
8100,000
W. P. IIAI.LIPAY, President;
KEN It Y L. II ALL! DAY, Vice-President;
A. II. MAKFOItl), Cashier;
WALTER HYHl.OI', Assistant Cashier.
HriATS Tatios,
lltsni L. llAitiUAi.
CI in, 1), WlLLlASlllON,
llnecnr II. Cinmnqiiju,
W. P. Hallivav,
BuriitN luan
A, H, Ssriouu,
r,xcbnnK,l I'otn anil tTiilfett Ktnlet
Uontla llmiKlit and Nolil.
EPOSIT4 received, and a general banking
business uone.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF 41 A I no.
DANIEL UUrtD, "resident j
KOHEUT. t". i 1 t . ii.r-.'Hilu
O.N.IiOtlllES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCllANtll', coin, bank uoloa and UuileU
ttatr svauiltiea bought and fold.
Inlerewt Allowrtl un Tlsue nrpoallsi.
FOURTH OF JULY!
1776. 1872.
GRAND CELEBRATION .
iiy Tim
ARAB, HIBERNIAN,
mid
ROUGH and READY
The tindernsned, Joint Committee of Arrange
m'ots ol the abovo namd Firn Companies, heg
leave to Inlnrm tho people o Ctlioamt vicinity,
that they have made arrauirrmenia for CKI.K
I1RAT1.VO THE NAIIO.NS UIltTUDAY IN
OliAXDEJt STi'Li:
than it has ever been celebrated In Southern Il
linois, hor the purpose of making the affair a
success and furnishing means ol entertalnnien
to all, they have spared neither time, labor no
expense.
The celebration will begin on the morning ol
"THE FOURTH." WITH AORANI)
FIREMAN'S PARADE,
With Apparatus through the principal
streets of tho City.
Tho protesslon will he headed by the
DcQUOIN SILVER CORNET BAND
AND
HICKMAN BRASS BAND.
and will he undT the direction of
Mayor Lansden, ah Grand Marshal
ol thedar, 'ssUtod by Jas. 8. Swvr, Assistant
vniet engineer ot me nro Departmeol.
ImmedUiely after the Parade the Host will leave
FOR THE PIC-NIO GROUNDS,
In the Fhady Ornvo of Kentucky opposite. Twen
tieth street. Eterr rrovision will be made to
render Ihe Pic-nlo FIRS P-CLAS3 lu every repcct
II E F R kFh M E N T S
of every description will be on the grounds, and
dlspcnsodbynttibleand attentive cjlnrers. Full
arrangements will be made for
ID .A. 1ST G I IST G-,
and for llils purpose the C'oinmillee hate engag
ed Elseuticrg's celebrated Hrata ILm.
Tin Declaration of Independence
will bo read by Hon. J. II. Oberly, and appropri
ate speeches will be delivered by eminent speak
ers, will bo interludod by select music by the sli
ver Ccrnet liund.
The day's entertainment will conclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management of tho tost Terpsi
choican talent in tno Fire Department.
Several FireCoinpanles from aoroail have been
Invited, nod will probah y be preient.
In conclusion, and on behalf of Ihn above
named Kim Companies, the Committee, re.pect
lully incite the people ot Cairo and surrounding
country to participate in the frstlvnle, and thui
assist in making tho atl'alr agraid surcoss und
worthy of the over glorloiw " Fourth."
TICKET! roa the PICNIC, to.;.
Children accompanied by their pArents, free.
. J.Kerth.
T Lsttner,
Him Gockal,
Committee:
A. Hu.anka,
T. M..Uvell,
M, J. Hnwlcv,
Jos. M. Veliun.
II. T. Martin,
HarrvHchuh.
. A Im
CAIRO CITY COAL
r-irvivr p a tst-V-
U prepared to mipply customer with tho best
quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
ltrl'ns left at llalllday Dros. o'.llce, 70 OHIO
V, LEVEE, or at tho Coal Yard below the St.
liarlea lintel, will recelvo prompt attention.
THE TUG " MONTAl'K" will bring coal along
steamers at any hour. oc2Aif
Our Homo Advertisers.
BOOK lllMi:itY.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. tUIUULY A CO.,
rsoraiETORs,
Bulletin Building, corner of 22th
street and Washington avenue,
Ciiiro, IlllinoH.
All kinds of Dlndlngand Ruling lon nt Ihe
ces of Mr. Hue), who has had mauy )ar
experieiico in one of best Hlndorleaof bt. Louis.
Ill Slllcrioirilil III IB .'"inutiBiiilirui, nuinu vi'll-
fldently promis-uur patrons work eiiial to that
IHMIMHANT Tlt'liETN
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) For gal. ( FOR SALE,
' I Fcr Hale I
fc'OR SALE. J FortMlolFOU BALE.
Faro from Livf.rpool,
Fare from Londcnderky
Faro from Glahuow,
Faro from Qukknstown
10 CAIRO, ;::;::;: $ 482 0
iattord, Morris A Ca
Kcnts.
-r i
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER und CONFECTIOK
And Dealer in Foreigu Fruits &Nuts,
No, 134 Commorcial-ave.,
Cairo, III.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool Neir-ToiU ami Philadelphia
Stoamship Company,
I'NOSS CONTRICT WITH VN1TID STATVS AXII SklTISH
flOVEaNMENTS
For Carrying tho Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
na ri'aruta mroaMATios'
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Am.
HHrosdway, New-York, or to
COHMIKNION AND rOHWARBINS.
Z. D, MATHUS3.. K. O ,UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
B'O-R-WAiaXJI'ETGi-
AND U EN Est At.
C O M M I S S I ON INI E R C HANTS
DEALERS IN
FliOTJE,, a--H,A.X3ST-
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUU1;
NO. Ol OHIO LEVEE.
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
ANP
DEALERS IN FLOUR, ORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES,
hioO I.evre. CAIKO. ILLINOM.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. D. Hendricks A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AND
WHAEF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
WfTSS Ubcral Ailvancemenia made
a Upon CoiisiKDinents. aSSyfl
Are prepared to receivn, store and lorward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on commission,
JWIIusinQss aitende.l to promptly.
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
FLOUR
tin
General Commission Merchant
' 183 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER Si BIERWIRTH,
GLASS STAINERS,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
sr. Louis, mo.
Stained, Enameled, Embotsed and ground Olass
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. on- Orders from all imrls of tho country
uiiptlt "tiendeil to. S-31 dw 3m
JOHN 11. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Phlllit.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO.LEVE
CAIRO, ILLS.
HAS I'lTrEHN.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
A Alts la
HAN FIXTURE),
flas Fitter's and Plumber's material, Woo
pumps, globe and angle valves, atop
cocks, check valves, etc.
aiso aqent roa
Tuita Ilrotlir fate lit Dry assXtttr
And Morehouse, Wells & Co'a Automatic WaUr
Indicator and Supply Valve for atearo boilers.
winter's HLOOK. COMMXRCIAL-ATEVU
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
TENTH STREET,
IIETYVEKN WASU'N AYENUE AND WAIKCT
Dr. II. F. Fields Infoima the publlo that ht hat
opened u
L I V E II V S T A B L E,
ou the uorlhwe.t sido of Tenth street at named
abovo.
His Htablss will be fiiinlthed with none but Ih
BEST HOBSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and Ihe public may accommodated at all hours
of h ilav and night with aalo te.mson the LOW.
EST TERMS.
Dr. Fields nsks a shuo nt publlo patronage,
and aill endeavnrto merit it by fair dealing ana
strict attention to business.
LAWYCM,
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
AND
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, fireen, ,
II. II IS II ,
Washington Avenue, Cairo.
uois. Jl
or jrioi-oHio htyM, itooiu T ad t grn
OirX K ATIONAL RAM K.

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