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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1872.
rrm Illinois central h. h.
(Sunday, May ttth, 1171, th follow
will f own I ho arrival and dcpart
.rj:sr trains at Cairo i
All trin,Ullj.M.M . 3:00 a.m.
xpress, daily................, 2:0 p in.
ll, dolly... 3:4S a.n.
Expreas . 3.4) p.m.
Culm and St. Loula Short Line.
iTf ........ 3:15 p.m.
pari..... 12:311 a.m.
achn(of sf n frnmCatrotn PI. Loiil'. No
,nf o' . Irom Cairo to Cblrago, F.lcant
jtreg Awn sleeping cara on night trains.
ilUK checked t nit important nolnls.
Wo arcatitliorlr.nl to announce WILLIAM
11AHT7.EI.L, of Randolph county, a n can
didate for Coiu-resa. from the Eighteenth Dl
trlct, Kiilijcct to the decision of the Demo
cratic iioiulnatlni; Convention. 7-Ctd.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trip dally.
UATOIS CAIB3 I
LHT1XO MOt KB CITT
At 11 - .in. I Ai 1:30 p m
At 1-30 .......p.m. At u p
riff cncil ' criuvi i" iicKrin iui t ia.
Wilt land, whn lulled, at any good mteruudtaie
andiuK or paens;erior treia-m. nor in.
CAIUO AND PADUCAH
Tnt splendid tea:ner
Hen. Howahd Cnpt,
T.raea C.lro DAILY. (Snndar excerded). t 4
.m. For trelihlor pis- applt on board or
Jan3tf JM UIUO", Ag't
We arc authorized to iinnounce JOHN (J.
UAUMAN ns n candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at llie ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
XV v arc authorized to innounce II. XV.
WEBB, ESQ., as n candidate for County At
torney, at tbo ensuing November election.
We uro suthutlt-d to aanouucfl HAMILTON
1RV1N at a Candida t lor ie-t lection to tuo tlllcc
of Sheriff of Alexander count'.
H. S. BRIGIIAM, M, D.,
HOMEOPATHIC I'hysle an and Surgeon. Of.
lice ISO ,;ominerclai avenue. Resilience on
Tenth street three doora west of C It. iVoodward.
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
FFICE Over M. J. McOaulej's drug more,
near corner conmcrciai avenue ami i-.in-
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
Ti ESIDENeE No. SI Thirteenth street, I
JtV tween Washington avenue and Walnut street,
ornce 12 , Commercial avenue, up etalrn.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
"TE3Il)ENCE-cornTSinth nnd Walnut sts.
VOtni"e coiner sixth street and Ohio lerce.
Office hours from 0 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
. II. WARDNER, M. D.
REiilfJENCK Corner Nmetienth atreot and
Washington avenue, near court houo. Of.
m tover the postoitice. Office hours 10 to 12
andSto4 p.m. ianlctf.
Oui' Homo Advertisers.
r. G. Scimh
lit, VcaNu.N, 111., Apill 11, 1ST J.
EJiter Cairo Dullitin t
una feu I'll ure to announce mo ns n candi
dale fur C'icrk of tho iupnine Ciurt, U iuihiru
Grand luviai in id llliuoli-. Hienewionstllution
proridiathat the Cle-ks ol the buprenm Court
shall hereafler be elected at the .NoVeniber elic
tlou, Instead of the June ele. tion as I crelore.
The huci essor ol tl'e I'testnt ineumbenta ar
to bo elected thia coinlnd fall, hut will liot quli!J
until tliu piesi bt tmns expire In 1873.
It. A. IJ. WII.HASKS.
DK. D. A. PAltKEU FOU GKEELEY
Etlioa Bi'ttiria. Plenco nnnjnncemc an in
dependent candidate tor ulel-lator in the lower
House ol the Oeucral Assembly ol thl itate
As men in the days ol honest Kovornment had
to anncunce their rinclpUa or hobby, as well a.s
themselves, anJ appear before their constituents
and defend them before they could get office, 1
believe they Mould do so cow, ODd will ay to
the roters of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting the decliinn of any
man or parly, 1 am for Horace Qreeley for Picil.
dent, and 11. Grnlx Brown lor Vice President and
endorse the Cluclnnatl platform. 1 am for a Ireo
scrub race and agalnat tlie primary sytem of
electing men to oltlce. I nm aRainst the stock
law in thtscountr and foi tho repeal of tho OBIo
liquor law. 1 am lor the abolishment of the
grand Jury to its lowest contllutlonal limits, and
the revision of tho travero Jury so that Intelli
gent men shall cot be disqualified to sit on It in
ca-es of felony. I am for tree trade, qual
taxation, equal representation, and honest men
in otlice, oven If I have to be defeated to gt
them them. V- A. t'aaatn. tf
t'libllcnflon OIHrp, Hitlletln IlnlltlliiK,
Wo s1id.11 endeavor to procuro more
court nows to-niorrow.
NoTWlTltsTANUiNO tho licftt nnd dust,
butlneis is reported an being good in ibis
Fine ripo apples and onions woro sell
ing out of tbo wngons yestordny ut $1 per
DtEUJuly 7th, 1872, Thomas Mc
Claniiiian, Inliint noli of W. XX. and Mattlu
TllK friends of Ltuis Mathews, now of
tit. Louis wcro jileated to eeo him in tho
No police items to-day of any note.
Too hot. Light mid cooling drinks are
f ubtituttd for wlnskuy, etc., eic.
Fred. Blaiikuiibcrg was tried for asiauit
with u'ttempt nt murder, and bulled in tho
iutn of $000.00 for his iippetiratico nl the
neit term of tho circuit court.
Died July 7th, 187:?, James William,
(on ol II u Id nil and J. T. Allen, uged i
years, ten months and 27 ditys. Shuwnee
town papers pleaso copy.
Tur. ruilroadcrs aro leaving town one
by one. Their stay Is prolonged accord
ing to the amount of raonoy or 'check's
We dropped in at W. -M. Williams &
Co's. commUdon houso yesterday, and
found everything in primo order for con
ducting a first class commission business.
wiiOLtsiiE ( nrtaiL icioca in
I WINES AflDblQUOKS-1
And proprietor of new and spendid
No.Tri onto l.Evr.K,
CAIUO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keoiw fnn. t:mllv nil band llie eboloet of
Wine- ami i.tiutor, vwiien ue win eu in me
very lowest tlurc. Call and examine.
THE 2STS"W SYSTEM.
OKOCERIES IlETAILEU AT WHOLESALE.
AT II. C. TIIIELECKE'S STOltE.
WA8H1NOTON AVKXUK, JiKIWF.KK TENTH
AXU ELEVENTH S7I1EETS.
P0 lbj. diiv Cuba Sucar for - - - ?j 00
10 ii ii ii ri ... i 00
0J lb3. A cofleo Sucar, N. Y. Sid. - 1 00
1' " Prime Itio Colleo for - - 1 00
3 J " Choice " " - - 1 00
ii " Old Government Java - - 00
Toas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally m cheap.
Goods new, and full weight given. Call
A iieautiful palaco enr arrived on the
Illinois Central, Saturday, from tho Wil
mington, Del., car works, for tho Little
Hock, Pino niuff& Now Orleans road. It
will ho shifted south immediately.
The mercury went up out of sight Sun
day afternoon. A reporter climbed up af-
tor it, and, as ho was too valuablo n man
to lose, wo set a tub under tho tube and
caught him as ho ran down.
The body of tho lad who was drowned,
an account of which nppcared in our local
columns on Saturday, was found on tho
samo evening, of which wo woro not
aware, about twenty yards from where ho
was drowned, near Halliday.i: Co s wharf
IOEI ICE 1 1 ICE! 1 1
From Wednesday May 1st, tho ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to ccntinuo
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lake co will bo duliverod.
Hus-e, Loo.viis, ifc Co.
Hlankenbuko ahead! Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, ut tbo EXCEIj
SlOU SALOON, oppojim the Post Cilice.
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu
sic every day. '1 he great Liberal and
DerEocrntic,Greiiy & Brown drinke Weu
Be Kit, is made a specialty, and Fredpiides
himself upon keeping the freehet and
coolest In the city. Lemonadet tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music tbo tineat.
Go there. C-27tl
On Sunday aftornoon ome twenty or
thirty boys congregated on tho corner of
Poplar and Eighteenth street, and made
tho neighborhood ring with their hidoous
cries (some would call it innocent mirth,)
until two ol them became enraged, and en
gaged in a rough-and-tumble fight. One
ol them was about 10 and the other to
years of age, judging from their respective
size?, and they fought and scratched, and
kicked and bit, till policeman Ilillingsly
camo along and marched the oldest one,
who madotho attack, off to jail.
The following is tho record of tho crim
inals sentenced on Saturday last, during
tho sitting of tho July term of tho Alex
andor county circuit court:
Alexander Campbell and Anderson
Woodward, Larceny j 2 years peniten
tiary at hard labor, first week solitary
Win. Hyan, larcony two years Slates
penitentiary, at hard labor.
Caul linker, assault with attempt to
murder; 3 years penitentiary, first week
John Belle, Dick Williams and Charle
Williams, robbery, 3 years stato peniten
tary at hard labor, 1st week solitary con
The abovo men we.ro ironed Sunday, and
sent to Joliet to servo out their reiDective
Churn, Thomas Concloy, Grafton;
Cooking Stovo, James Duffy, Qutncy ;
Adjustable Kcamor, Kussell M. Farburn,
Preventive nnd Homcdy for Hog Cholora,
Henry C. Fahlbush, Marshall ;
Cigar Mold. Isaac Guthmnn, Morrison ;
Treating Wood nnd Lumber to Dry nnd
Season it, James F. Gyles, Chicago;
Machine for Preparing Lumbor for build
ing purposes, James F. Gyles, Chicago;
Combined Hule nnd Divider, Hobt. Nlcol,
Dumping Wagon, J. Skecn, Mound City;
Uaker'g Oven, O. 11. Smith, Gnlcsburg;
Steam Bell Itlnger, J. West nnd O. M.
Parker, Qulncy ;
Platform for Stoves, Wtu. Wostlako, Chi
cago. The following is the progmmmo of the
Sunday School Convention to bo held in
thUclty onthoOih, 10th, and 11th days
TUESDAY, KIHST DAY.
7 o'clock Street Preaching at Winter's
8 to 8:30 Address of Welcome anc He
spouse. 8:30 Two Addrecs, Topic, " The Sow
cr and the Seed."
WEDNESDAY, SECOND DAY.
S:30 to 0 Public Prayer.
11 to 0:30 Organization. ,
U:30 to 10:30 lteporti from School-.
10:30 to 10:4D-Itece.
10:15 to 11:4.1 The use or the Bible.
11:15 to 12 Miscellaneous.
2 to 2:30 The Teachers nnd their Work.
2:30 to 3 Teachers' Meetings.
3 to 3:3") The Sunday School a a Moral
3:30 to 3:15 Hece.
3:15 to 4:15-Sumlay School Organization
4:15 to 4:45 The Ml'-lon Work of the Sun
7 o'clock Street Preaching at Winter'
Corner. . . , , ,,.
8 At the M.' E. Church. Addrte. 1 op
lc, "The Field and the HarM.''
THURSDAY, TllIltD DAY.
8:30 to 0 Public Prayer.
0 to 0:30 The Normal Cla's
0:30 to 10 The Sunday School an Aid to
10 to 10:15 Reco".
10:15 to 10:15 Our Failure In Sunday
School work. ... ,
10:15 to 11:15 Who .-Iiouki go io annua)
chool. , ...
11:1.1 to 11:1.1 The Attendance- ol the
Children on Public Wor-hlp.
2 to 2:1.1 MI-cellaneou.
2:15 to 3 Rece.
II to 4 Children'- Meeting.
4 llmv.hall we make the Sunday School
more elllclcnt In bringing all of Its mcmberi
7. Street preaching at Winter's Corner.
8 sunday School l.ove-Fea-t.
TO THE SUNDAY r-CIIOOI. WOitKEi: IN CAI
riin-e wbo attended our Convention at
Metropolis lat ear, will remember what a
Idea-ant ami proniauic time uau. u i
our delre to make thl- one larger, and even
more plea-ant. in oriler to no , we earn
pidlv kolli-ltu full attendance of all the work
er In tho Dl-trict. Let o cry School be rep-
re-enteti iv one or more. .Mim-icr-: aim
Wimilav Seliool worker of other di-trli't
together with thoe of other denomination,
are cordially Invited to be pre-ent and parti
cipate in tho Convention. The kind people
ol Cairo will entertain all who may come, and
tbo-e coming will pjeac ltilorm rrcti l.
tin arriving at vano, you win m me -i.
'.. rinii-idi. ennier of Stli and Walnut street.
where you win be prov meu wan names.
V. y. VAN TREESE. 1
I,. XV. STIl.i.WEI.L. .Committee.
FRED L. THOMSON. J
Tho James Fisk Jr. has laid nt Pnducah
for ropalrs nnd tho steamer West Wind
will tako hor plnco during tho time, which
will bo about 2 weeks. Tho West Wind
is commanded by Capt. Win Strong ond
James Beverly, privates in tho ofllce.
On tho last up stream trip of tho City' of
Uclena it is said sho mado tho run from
Hickman to Cairo In 3 hours nnd 10 min
utes. Cnpt. Lennox snjs that hit boat,
tho Grand Tower has mado tho run In 2
hours and 62 minutes, and that tho first
trip that sho came up tho river aho camo
from Hickman to Culro In 2 hours and 05
Tho Eckcrt Is still working at hor log
barges. Tho roof of tho Tollo was covered
with coups of poultry when she left hero.
Tho Tyrone will bo sold by the U. S. Mar
shal to-morrow. The Cnseiit City and
Dlctutor left for St. Louis with tows of
empty barges. Tho Colorado, from Vicks-
hurg, camo in light. Tho Ltnlllu La
Bargo was Hying light. Shu caiuu from.
Shiuveport via New Orleans.
Mr. Hiram Hill, tho submarine- diver,
searched the river three hours Saturday
afternoon for tho body of Mlko Carroll,
and when ho was olfored pay ho refuiod
to lake It. Wu deem It but justice to Mr
Hill, Unit tbo above should bo known. It
was n noble act and altendtd by many
The John F. Tollo laid Sunday night
at Greenfields, sounding tho channel and
reported 0 feet. Sho arrived with a fair
load, and added considerable lrclght here.
A deck passenger fell over board off tho
Jim Flsk abovo Caledonia and was
drowned. Ho lived itt Turners landing,
and was intoxicated at tho time.
The Idlowild had but little lrclght. Sho
passed tho city like a streak of lightening
as sho camo in, and rounded below tho
coal yard. As a runner sho is hard to
The Nick Longworth is at Mound City
and will bo taken out on the ways and
given a thorough repairing.
Dan. Habtjian has received or.e of tho
largest stocks of Fruit Jares ever before
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing
it out without delay. He therefore offers
Mason's Improved Porcelain self-sealers,
quarts at $2 00 per dozen; glasswiro tops,
quarts, at $1.25 per dozen and hall-gallons
at 2.00 per dozen. These aro the cheapest
prices in tho market. tf.
C. IIave.veTI.ve, Auchitect. This
gentleman has established himself success
fully in his business in this city. Ho last
year mado the plans and specifications oi
John Goeckel's, Peter Netl's and II. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Levee, and Fred
'f heobold's handsome residenco on corner
Sixth and Walnut streets; and this year
made tho plan of Peter Cubl's, Dr. Ward-
ncr.s, John Koehlor's, Gilbert Bunkmyer
and Smith's, and Lit Kleb's buildings. Ho
aho superintended tho erection of all theso
buildings, and points to them for proof of
bis ability to do good work in his lino. Ho
mado the plans and specifications ol a pub
lic school building in Metropolis, and of
many other buildings hero and elsewhere
Ho asks the attention of tho public to his
works, and believe, lie ii ontlt'ed to liberal
patrons . 7-31m
fine ,lock of Washes, Clocka, Jewelry, aud
wnm ; , . (inl mi ir riu to nil
.walfh refalr nir. Tho public are solid.
..' .'..L...r ..rlrea an I charae.. r-ola
Those wishing to have their pianos
tuned by a competent tuner will leave
their ordors with Mr. N P. Curtlco, corner
of Washington avciuo and Fourteenth
street, (who intends to send for Balmcr
and Weber's tuner, St. Louis), or at Hock-
well i!c Co's., book store. 7.0-Ot.
lai (ll Kir Zlinn'eiman'a cel.hitd watel e.
51 fcT. watch thy r q"! d.
IPN, r fifniDrl';n. 6-1
FniTZ Sohelek's boor saloon, on Wash
ington avenue, west side, botween Ninth
aud Tenth streets, lias become a favorite
placo of resort. Ills Weiss beer Is always
cool and fresh and quenches thirst with
magic quickness. Tho bar Is also stocked
with tho best brands of whisky and brandy
and lilt lino of wines ii splendid. J1 ritz is
a courteous aud clover host, and deserves
liberal patronage, Call on blm.
II. T. OEROULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
a At tn is
Gaa Filter'a anil l'liitnber'a material,. Woo
pumps, globe ami aneio valva, slop
iun ahmt roa
I'ullsi IlrotherH I'utflit Dry UnHMrlei
and Morehouse, Well A Co'a Automatic Wnti,'
Indlcnliir and supply Vnlvo for steam boilers,
WINTKK'a III.IiCi:. COMUK.III'IAI.-AVKVU
City Xiillonal Untik Dullillii-.
ajuSpccial attention paid to orders from steam
Yesterday morning, a party of four or
five young men, who probably had forgot
ten that the fourth of Ju y, with all
sporting and festivity was buried with the
tilings ol tho past, concluded to take a
pleasure excursion in a dug-out. Whwlbe
tho exhileratlon produced by freedom from
business, or tho anticipation of happy
" hours to come," causod the strange frok
of this excursion party, wo cannot tell
but true it is, that Barnum, had he put in
an appearanco on tho Kentucky shore
about "o'clock, would have been astonish
ed at tho gymnastic performances of lha
party. After securing their bark, they
proceeded to divest themselves of the!
wearing apparel, and plunge headlong in
to tho turbid waters of tho raging Ohio,
While endeavoring to turn a summersault
one of them ran his head into tho mud.
whilo his heels were abovo water, and hi
companions were compelled to oxtricata
him, otherwise ho might have been thero
yet, as a beacon of warning to all pleasure
seekers in that vicinity. Another ono was
attacked by a huge galliLippcr, which left
the marks of his jaws in the vicinity of
his right oyc; while tho third was taken
from tho muddy, slimy water's edge,
clothes and all, In altogether too ludicrous
a condition to mention, Tho party return
ed to Cairo, fully satisfied that as, excur
sionists they wore not successful. The
last seon of thorn, they were "taking
something" to keep up ther courago till
thoy reached home.
List of patuuts issued from tho United
States Patents Ofiieo to Illinois Inventors
for tho week ending Juno 25, 1872, and
each bearing that date. Furnished this
paper by COX it COX, Solicitors of
Patents, Washington, D. U.
Machine for Riveting Lock Cases, Thomas
W. Baxter, Chicago.
Gencratlan of Ozone, nnd Treating
Liquid with tho tnmo, Theodoro A. II off
Animal Trap, Albert A. Muttorn, Morri-
Toy Bedstead, Daniel M. Reynolds
Tuck Crcaser for Hewing Machines, Eliz
both P. Smith, Chicago ;
Car Coupling, Joseph E. Kondall,Calro ;
Dovico fur Preventing Blacklash In Mills,
Alexis B. Hldor, Fairfield;
Furnanco for Pitching Barrels, &c, Henry
Hub for Wheels of Vehicles, John S. Ball,
PO RT LIST
Steamer Idlewild, Evansville.
" Julia, St. Louis.
' II. Cyaegcr, N. Orleans.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" Emilio La Barge, Shrcaveport
" J. F. Toole, St. Louis.
" Crescent City, N. Orleans.
" Dictator, St. Louis.
" Burksvillo, Nashville,
" III nois, Columbus.
" Colorado, Vickeburg.
" Wet Wind, Fuducub.
Steamer Idlewild, EvjiisvIIIp.
" Julia, Vicksburg.
" H. Cyaeger, St. Louis.
" Grand 'lower, St. Louis.
" Eraillii La Uarue, Shreavcport.
" J. F. Tolle, N.'OrKans.
" Crescent City, St. Louis.
" Dictator, Sl.'Louls.
" Burktville, Nashville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Colorado. St. Louis.
" West Wind, Paducah.
IIIO MVDZlY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grutid Tower, 111.
Special contracts oll'ered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. OLVrilANT,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
I10ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho flno steamer Bismark leaves for
Now Orleans, and all wny landings, this
evening at 0 o'clock. Tho City of Chester
is tho regular packet for Memphis, and all
way landings, and leaves this waning at
6 o'clock. Tho irood Bello Memphis is the
packet leaving at 8 p. in. for St. Louis,
and ull way points. The low pressure
Quickstep leaves at 7 p. in., to-day, for
Evansville, and all points on tho Ohio
river. Tho West Wind (in placo of Flsk)
leaves at 4 p. m. for Paducah, and way
landings. The Burksvillo leaves this
morning early for Cumberland river.
CONDITION OF THE KIVEKS.
Another chango in tho Ohio riveratthls
point, a full of several inches in tho past
21 Iiouk. Now tho river is falling
again, and very low water may bo ex
poctcd in tho Ohio river. Tho Ohio is
falling at Cincinnati, Louisville nnd
Evansvillo. In the canal thoro aro 5 ,feot.
Cumberland river is still on tho decline,
Arkansas river is falling steadily,
with a thin channel.
Tho Mississippi continues on the decline
with about nine feet over tho shallowest
Plenty of water from hero to New Or
leans, lIUBINEiS AND WEATHEIL
Tlfero was but little doing nt either land
ing, and the levee presented a dull ap
pearance. Freight Is still scarce. Tho
aky It clear and tho rays of old Sol como
dowr oppressively hot. Streets dusty and
tjCSrSix and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Cofleo Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Seven lbs. New
Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono 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.
tJtgC. llanny 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. He
will satisfy you both as to ual
ty and cost.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WASU'.V AVENUE AND WALNVT
Dr. II. K. Fields lnfoim- die public that lie has
1. 1 v e it y a t a n 1. r,
en the notthwost aide of Tenth stro.l as nameJ
Ille Stables will be fiitnlslied with nono but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
und the publie mvy Do a- commodnted at all hours
i if lh" dnr and uu Hlili ai'io le.m on the LOW
LSI li.lt JI3.
Ilr Tielda aska n sliae ol Mihlfc ralrnnsEe,
ami vill endeavor to merit It by fair dealing mid
net Munuon to iAi.ir.e-.
GREEN k GILilERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, i
William II Uilhrl, Allti, ILI.INOIH.
Mllea r.Oiltrf-rl, J
OVSpecia. attention i;lven to HmimUr and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEi!, K00.MK 7 AND 6 OVEn
CIT7 NATIONAL HANK.
VLI.EN, MULKET k WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, 1
John 11. Jl.ilkur, V C'AIKO, ILI.INOIH.
bamuel !'. Wheeler.)
OtfI'artleiilar attention liaid to river and ad.
OFK1CE Over First National Hank. Ohio I.ve.
S A M W 1 Lb'ON,
iittlti I a
L o it o o e it i r. a .
PROVISIONS E T C.
Ohh Levjk Cairo, III.
oairas mokrrLt rutin
BEERWART, 0RTII & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Caiho, III.
STOVES, TIN WA RE, HOLLOW
W A T E H COOLERS.
W X IRj E OLOT H-
fi r Window icreens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, Jtc, &c.
CRADLES, &c, Ac.
Also manufacturer of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Coi-rsn Ware
Sole ARrnl- for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uitic'a Moveaiile I'oint Steel Plow
GhayV Patent Coal OilOanb,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
f-CANTI.IN A COOK'8
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILI.S.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a nrecure lor nn'okins ihlmnICa
NEW YORK STOHE,
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL.
LAKOET VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nliictt-ruili htrrei nnil Com.
im-rclttl A sen lie,
C. O. PATER
I a in.iiaii.ai-. aai I
l -ill iM?5f''-
tltOtoIto per month, everywhere, male and
femal-, to Introduee the the latent unproved,
inoal Mmpe and pei'eet bllUTIl.!-; Shlll.SO
MACIil.S,. ever HH-llU-d v ch-llinje the
woild lo tompeie villi it 1'riceoijl) Jtiui, nu
Hilly warruntrd for hve yenm, making li.e
Kla.uc Lock hliton, alike nn bulh i,iea. The
.ariio as all I lie liUh. priced thuule
nmcbines. Alro. the, reltbrated and
lale.i COMMON fcENK FAMILY fttWiNG MA
CUl.Mi. Price only 415 io, una fully Murranted
tr nve year. Ttie-e machines w ill tncli, linn,
fell, tuck, cjullt. coril, bind, braid and unbioidrr
e a most ui-rior manner. And are arr.miei
to do ah work Hut can be done on any high-priced
liiaeh'ue in the world. For clrcul.ua nnd ii rina
addreta fi. WYNKOOl It CO,, '.Mil ItidifH av.nuo.
or I'. O. Uox.'tTrt l hllndeldila, 1'a. u-il,3imv
CAIRO CITY COAL
(s prepared to supply customer with thu beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
fVRDKKS led at Ilalllday Hros, olllco, 70 OHIO
vy i.i-.vi-.i-,, or at mo loai vara neiow tiieut
harlea Hotel, will receive prompt attention,
THE '1 UG ' MO.NTAUK" lllbrin coal alonK
ateainera av any uuur. ocoii
JOHN R. WILLIS k SON,
(Successors to John II. Milllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
L'lour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con,. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
8100 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do business on tue
quid, 1 Kuiirunteo an Immense fortune, easily,
apldly and la perlect safely Address in perfect
cJnfldeuce, JAMEi Fltusr.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
t'. in It I X I O III) I'roprleli.r
Cor. Ohio Levee i- Seconh St.
' CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
sgeage conveye.l to and iretn the Pepfl fin
h rjH. ili.O
CLOSE k VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
PLASTERER'S II AIR,
Corner Eighth hlri-cl mill Ohio I.cvcc
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Huccessors to H. D. HcndncKa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
irx Liberal Advaucemenla made eS?fV
W3a upon ConalKUintnta. tiZJlt
Are prepared to receive, toro nnd lorwnril
freight lo all point aud buy and
aell on eominiasion,
VHuainss ailended to priunptlY.
General Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
ARE CNIiOt'HTEIILY THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY!
BEST TO USE;'
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND ALL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS 1
Kvery sbivo oilered Is a proof that the
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooltlr-K .'love male.
SOLO UY EXCELSIOR MANll'KO. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers in all kind, of TINNERS"
STOCK : and by all livo Hiove llia'crs, lia
C. W. HENDERSON,
1OT Commercial Avenue,
CAIHO, I LI.-?.
I Clt.M I HUE.
CIms. bhoeiimcjcr. Wm. bchlclc
CHAS. SIIOEN.MEYER & CO
All ordcia promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OK WASHINGTON AY-
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
ST. LOUIS, MO,
Sluiucd, Enameled, Eintossod and aruuud Glass
of every description,
l'ARTICULAIt ATTENTION l'AID TO CHURCH
Mr Orders from all parts of the country
nilly attended lo, o-ul dw am
ENUE ANII TENTH ST.,
O. Drawer 1293.
For Salo at Wholcsalo a RoUil
COKNEH 32D-STHEET AND OHIO LEVE
noTllll P. QAJMiUg