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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1872.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS, j THE BULLETIN.
KIVH DOLLARS ItrcWAKD.
I'uMlrntlnn OfHrc. Bulletin lltilldttiK
-Mr. llnrnclt, llio cooking utensil pal-
on I..t Saturday l.tenlw, n Gold l-o 0Mt ,oft tefd fof M8tl00Ili
. w,,N,.f. nlmu- boon .lrnm..M III I y M . t(,
rr, MatUr's I hnl Sa no. . A return! . '
,.f lite Hollars will do paid the Under on
ri lumlng llio same to llio Hullollli OHIoo.
IlLtil LAUCAIUO.l'APrt'All A EVANS.
VI1.I.K SF.MI-MT.KKLY r. .
il.e Past nnd Hleannt I'rlifer Slcnmcr
.lACK URAMMK.lt, Ma-tor.
Kl. THOMAS, Clerk.
1 i?" Leaves Cairo lor P.nltlcnh and Kan
tllie. every Thursday mid Sunday ctcnlng,
' at IS o'clock, eonticetiiig id Evnnlllo ttllh
(Me Lnulsvlllc ninl Cllii'lunatl packets For
freight or paage apply to
.Iamk.s llitiflsl'neiurcr Ag't.
IlLt.l I.AH CAIIIO. FAPCCAll AKVAXS-
'I lie lino l'a-onger Packet
DEATH OK .1.
Ni:(.i.i:y Hudd .
rTT Leave Cairo for Pnduoah mid Etnii'
lfle etcry TtieMlay and Fridat t i-nlnir it I il
o'rlork. For freight or paage apply nil
hoard or to
tAMF.S lllfid. 1'H'M'licer Ag'i.
lTiUifi.An cAiito a ! j:vanv'!;-,;
si:mmvei:kly.maii. mm: i-acm.i.
The lino low pro-urn Pn-'omrer I'arki l
II. I'i:.VM.VITON.. Ma-ter.
I i l.i if Cairo i' wry M'oiliicdiiy mid
'.uiird.it etoning al U oVIoi'k". I'nr Pnilucnh
mid l.ta'iislllc. Tor freight or pa-sige ap
t.,t on hiuiil or.to
.iami: Hums l'apngpr Ag'i.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trlp dnilr.
1 1 una ciro
At 11 ....j.m.
At I' -..-p.in.
I i.r.AViM) sioi.Mi cur
At f:'M .- a. in
I At l:aii p m
At : - -p.iu
IK) AND FADUCAII
.'All. It OAT.
J AS. PISK,
Stanley Brown, Cnpt.
(Mro DAILY, (Sunday excepted
Kr Irehthtor passage it pplj nb
air 1 jas. Bior.H.
Itudi r' New Hriok Hlllldlli'.' rner id
Eighth and MVhingtnu Atomic.
I.AKEU & CONFECTIONER.
and ih:ai.i:k in
I'oliElftX AXP PliMK-Tir lMsni'f
Ut.' Cream ami .Soda Focntain.
1 delro lo inform my pati-im-niid the pub
lie at large, that 1 mil al all lime- prepared to
iiirnNh everything in the ahoto line on the
-hurlc-l uollee, including M'ethiing and
ijlleeii cakes, eto. AN" flipper paltle- llir
iiNlii'd lo order promptly and perfect alN
I'nr iplallty and price I defy eomeptition.
Trv me mice ami ton Mill emne again.
CAIRO CITY" COAL
crepnreit to ouppty cuitnmtr uilli ttio Pea
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
' ()i:HKI! left at llullhlay Itios oltioo, TO
)lllo I. i: T.i:. oral the Coal Vald helnw ihi!
si. Chalks Ilottd, will receiw jirompt ittten
tlon. The Tun "Moxtai'k" will ljiing eoal
.iloiiglde lo iitoamer- at any hour.
JIOOT a.m miiui: nkiki:.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
!(' Uoimnercinl Avo., mor Atlionoiim.
Keep on linn J a rooJ nixorlinonl of
l.A OIKS' GAITKUS AND SHOKS
C.I'.XT.S' HOOTS AND SHOKS.
c1oo en Sunday, nccording locltyonll
nnnco. I wlilsky good ' Vt'o risk for
Soma Mniirt fellows broke down tho
j liog pound ntul lot out n lino lot nf jiorcltio
racer.'. Tho I'lttlo Job eoU tbo cxperi-
mentor about $10.
Al r. Ito.'s U U0I113 a booming lm.lno.s
In lime, coal, cement, otc. Uo 1 11 iood
citizen, nnd sells nt rcnonnblo prices,
(live- lilm 11 slmro of. vmlronaf;o.
N curly nil tlio putty theft, drunk?,
tlUordorliej, etc., nrrcled In Cnlro nro
either from Memphis or l'nilneah, or con
ist of temporary biiminors composing the
Munn brlstdo of Jlcdoulni
A will be teen by nn ndvcrtifcuient
In nnolbcr column, Mcr (Jrccii ntul
Wood will rccolvo propo'als for tlio elec
tion of tbelr new corn milt, until SnttirJiiy,
(loldMeln and Ito'cnwntcr Imvo their
new nddltion to their dry goods sloro
linislicd, and tlio shclvotniid countorA nre
llllcd with new goods nt low price. Go
and cc them. J hcv go-a-hcaii umi eon
Tlio seventeenth annual fair of the
1'nloii county Agricultural nnd Mnchnni
cat Association, will commencn on tbo
11th of .September, nnd emit I into until tho
13th. Vc understand tbo premium liU is
n liberal ono nnd it i predicted tbit it
success will bo unprecedented.
The now nnd elegant steamer J. II.
JohnMon, arrived hero from Now Orleans.
Captain Do Haven, .McCoy nnd YV. II .
Hnmptmi clerks, gave .1 hull to tho cit
izens of Cairo, last night. It wa 11 very
pleasant nfl'air nnd enjoyed to tlio ut
most by ovory body present. Tho Hri.
i.ktix ntlico all round returns thnnks for
in 111 ulimcn t.'iries.
Tho Cairo '(inzclto' of yestmday snys
In speaking of tlia nttcndnuco of teachers
nt tho Normal school: "In our opinion, it
is tho duty of tlio county superintendent to
rovokothe.ccrtillentos of touchers who, liv
ing In tho city fail to attend," etc. Wn
agree with that opinion. As tbo editor
very justly remmks, "they lmvo no right to
nrgloet such nn opportunity,' nnd tboy
should not only not bn permitted tn teach
in tho iipblio schools of Cairo, but nny
whoro cle. Hovorul of the teachers pres.
ent nro from other countic", nnd these, or
as many of ihcm as nro needed to Jill va
cancies should bo tnken in place of tho
nbsentces. Tho expense wu suppou
will fall upon tho county, and it is hut an
act of justico that tho county should derivo
whatever benefit may accrue from the
Normal school. Such wilful and perveio
neglect deserves special marks of disap
probation. J'OLICK COUUT.
Sfiiiro Ureas' Vinegar Ilitlurs DNpens
nry ye-terday morning, was ornamented
with as liandsomo a lot of llguro heads
of the genius vm, ns could bo gatherod
up in a city llko New York with Chicago
thrown in, not 11 singlo ono of whom how-
........ I.... 1...M-.1 r 11 ... 'p . . ni
uvui nut iiiiiicu iroiu uirriii pari. 1 ins
llrsl lot ol prepossessing applicants con-1
siblcdof n round dozen of colored loaferi
who for n week past lmvo been hanging
n rmi 1 ul tho wharf boat, sleeping on corn
bags, on wagons, about tho levee in one
place and another, and wero finally very
properly arrested by Hillingsly, White
camp, nnd -Martin. Thuy wero treated
with vinegar bitters, and nine of the
twelve wero sent to Hitter's castle, nudor
the administrative care of tho suave Mac.
Tho other three wero given a stay of exe
cution forn short time.
There wero nl-o two orthrcodisorderlies
and drunks, hut satisfied of the skill of
the 'Sijuiro as 11 (Sitters administrator, and
having 3omo other business on hand, wo
left in tho full conviction that tlio usual
rcmedle would be applied in specific
In addition to tlio foregoing tlicro were
tlx drunks nnd llstcufilngs, making a total
ol twonty-thrce nrrorls in nil. Ono of
these was n curb-stone peddler, for selling
without license, and who was ilno.l $lo
nnd cots; not n red was forthcoming.
Mac leceived another boarder for 1 duys.
Thero wero nto two other arresls ono
for obstructing sldowalks, which was dis
missed, and another for letting it horo run
nt largo flnud nnd paid.
The community wni grcntly surprised
nnd shocked yesterday ovoning ty tho
sudden denth of J. linlnbridgo Tnvlor.
llu wns, yestcrdny morning, In tho full en-
Joymont of llfo and hcaltli before the
sun went down, ho wns numborod with
tho dead. Ho died of congetion of tho
brnln, induced, doubtless, by tho licat of
tlio sun. Ho compmlncd of leeling un.
well nt noon, nnd called Dr. Dunning
who prescribed for him. After
tnking part of tho mediclno Mr. Taylor
fell into n sleep which lasted two hours
Ho nwoko in n norvous chill nt nbout live
o'clock, fdiortlv niter which ho beenmo
uiiconsclotiH nnd In this state breathed Ids
Mr. Tnjlor, nt tils death, occupied tlio
position of city ircnurer, lielng in tils sec
ond term of office. Ho wns elected by
voto which showed his popularity ns n
cltl.eu. nnd filled tbo olllco in 11 mnnner
credltnlilo to himself nnd tho city.
Mr. Taylor was born May Itli, 18,W, nnd
was tlio lat surviving son of Col. S.
Staats Taylor of this city.
Ho leaves ft wlfo nnd four children, lor
whom, nnd his pnrents and sl'ter, the
decpo-t sympathy of tho community
it fell. "
The funeral of tho into .Imopli llaln
tiridgo Tnylor will tako place, from his
Into rcidenco on YVnhington nvonuo, nt
10 o'clock, to.morrow. (Wednosday)
ATTKNTION, HOUOlt AND UKADY
Tlio members of the Hough nnd Iteady
Flro Company nro requested to nttond tlio
funeral of our Into brother, .loseph Jlaln
bridgo Taylor, to-morrow (Wednesday)
morning nt 10 o'clock, in full uniform
Tho company will meet fit the hull at It
John II. Oiikiii.v, l'n.
Caki. Ii. Thomas, Sec'y pro turn.
A TT i: N T I O N, O D D-F K L LO VS.
Tho hrntliers of Alnxalider Lodge I. O.
O. P., No. 221, nro requested to meet nt
tlioir hall to-morrow (Wednesday) morn
ing nt ! o'clock, to nttond tho funeral of
their 'Into brother, Joseph Ilainbridgo
Tnylor, from Ills lsto residence, at 1(1
o'clock. A. Comixcis, Secretary.
ATT K N T I (7x7 M K M II BUS OF 'I'll K
The mombers of tho Ilismnrk Itund nro
hereby requested to attend the funeral of
our deceased brother, J. 15. Taylor in full
Funeral notice will bo given through the
papers or bill posters.
II. 31 ykkh, President.
.Ixo. W. l'nus, Secretary.
ATTENTION IlillKUNI ANS.
Tim mombers of tho Hibernian Fire
Company aro requested to Attend a moot
ing of tho company, to bo hold this Tues
day evening, nt their hall,
to muku arrangements to attend tlio
funeral of tho Into Joseph Ilainbridgo
Taylor, which will take place Wednes
day, 1U o'clock n. m. liy order of
Wm. McUalk, Pros.
And Mise' nnd Children's
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
AVhich they sell nt tho
VK1IY LOWEST FK5UHKS.
Cam. and Kxahink.
'I'l 'iy mo nl'ii r rfiKirpil to tupplr l.tiiio. nn
(fLileiiii-u mill the JIK-r UK Hit"!' WUIIlv, a
iciiriillmt ilriv rointiHiiilon. Ii '
MY ai 0 prepared to funiNh tuill'iniii- tn
GRANT CLUBS AND
In any nuiubiT ordered, for 1 15 a enmplele
mull ; (ap. 'ape, Torch with .-tick, and
I'lag. Send order at once to
tSnJImki l SI., up MuIik. CIJIL'A((0, ILL.
Hupp) ft ller ii, young liven from the ellcep.
ir iior und aliiiK-iln early life. .Manhood
1 oMored. impediment, m Jlarrlago re
jimxil. .Now method or treatment. New
nnd remarkable reincillei. Hook ntul crleu.
kiM sent fico, In sealed onwlop..
Ad(lri's,lK WAltP AhSOl'lATIOX. Xo
.HBotith Ninth N.f PhlliidelphlH, J'a.-u!i Inl
utlnn Imvln m WrIj rcpuiiiilnii fnr honor.
Xconducl and pnifesdonal skill.
The special term for county buines
having ndjoiirned nn Friday last, tbo
regular August tor 111 lor probntn nnd
criminnl business oponed yotorday morn
ing, Judge Ilross ires!diug.
.lotm Clark, for larceny tried by tint
court without jury. Adjudged guilty of
stealing to tho vnluo of Fined $15
nnd costs, nnd imprisoned for ten lny in
tho county Jail, nnd to stand ccmmltled
until said lino is paid.
(leorgo D. Hasklll, James D. Wlilto
nnd Scott Cnrr. riot ; evidence! henrd nnd
CAIIIO AXJ) IT'LTON I!. It.
Tim 'Mnnufiieturlng and Hallway Jour
1'id,' of St. Louis, say: 'Tho "Work on
tho Cairo and Fulton railroad is progres-i-'K
n rapidly that H is believed tho road
will bo completed to Llttlo Hock by .latin
nry, or poulbly sooner. From Little
Hock south il is reported that two nmds
will bo built. One, tho original roulo
(tho prolongation of tbo roud from Cairo),
will run southwest to Fulton, on Hud
river, wiicro It will connect with tho
Triiiii-Cnntlnofilfil road. Tho other ill
run outh lo tho important town of Cam.
den, lu Ouchitn county. Woilc Is pro
grut.lng on tho road south of Llttlo Hock,
and Iron onough has been delivered lo lay
tlm roud lo Siilluo river, thirty.fivo miles
south or Little Hock. From that point to
Cumdcn the dUiuico Is tldrty.llvo mi!us.
Dallas nnd Ouchitn counties lmvo each
subscribed IOu,OOu t0 tho Camden branch.
a A regular Convurntlon of tho Cairo
(flfll. A." Chapter No. 71 will bo held
rrt tho 3lnonlo hall thin Tuesday
evening, August 20th 1872. Visiting
Companions are cordially Invited.
F- KonsiiEviu, p'ec'v
MESS11S. GOLDST1NE & HOSENWA
TER'S DHY GOODS ESTA 1ILISII
MENT. On visiting tho nbovc cstftbllshmenl, on
Commercial nvcnuo, between Eighth nnd
Ninth streets, wo found tho firm busily
ingnged in setting in order their new addi
tion 25 feet by 'J.") which innkes n lino
nddltion to their successful business.
They nro getting ready now to show what
tboy can do In tho way of dry goods nt
low price, ngainst tlio early autumn.
Tboy nro receiving New Stocks ovory
day, consisting in pitrt of dress goods of
tho latest patterns, ready madn clothing,
hats, caps, domestics, etc. Tboy lmvo pur
chased nnd contlin'10 lo ptirchnso in tho
enstorn markot, of first hands for cash, and
are, consequently, prepared to soli nt tho
lowest possibfb prico for tho tame.
Quick solos nnd small profits, nnd goods
unsurpassed in quality nud texture. They
dcslro to tako tills opportunity to return
public thanks to Mr. C. Hnnny for permis
sion so kindly grnnted to tnako use of nnd
pass through their ronr premises.
Our Homo Advertisers.
BO I) KM.
t t r
MOXIIAY, AUn., 19.
i 110 -ormui school continued its ses
sions this morning. The first cubject of
instruction wns in oral sounds of letters
and i-yllnldes, etc.
111 physiology, loou stuns wero treated
of; their qualities and effects on tho hu
lu Itotiuiy tho different parts of plank's
nnd their various olllccs in tho economy
In Natural Philosophy tho lei.sons of
instruction wero on motivo power, rcsis
tnucc, illustration of motion, etc.
In .oology, birds, their construction,
habit- and modes of flight.
Wo give below tho namei of nil tho
tnnchors, with tho exception of ono or two
who lmvo been in regular nttendnuca
since tho opening of tho school :
Ida M. Williams, Union county ; M. F.
KuUoy, Pulaski county ; Mark MeKee,
Niinniu McKce, Martha J. Gordon, Elius
M. Glasgow, A loxnndcr county ; Win. J.
Finch, P. K. Hrown, Gooso Islaiiu.
Helonging to Cairo : Mrs. P. II. Tay
lor, Farinio K. Lyon, Helena Pyatt, Hibbeo
Crowley, Landonin Williams, (colored,
first time,) Ella Purccll, -Miss Yocum,
Maggie Aubroy, Alico M. Limn, Sarah
Hawkins, nnd Sidney Millor, Anna E.
Ilnti'ton, Mnssnc county.
1 ) 1 SCI I A H( E D.
Cairo, III-., Aug. 1U, k-7'.'.
Mil, Knnon: My lew remarks in your
Sunday's paper, have been tho direct
means of depriving mo of n situation, be
fore which tlio honors of thn presidential
chair pnlo into insignificance. If I had
the least intention that such nn nlarming
finale us thl would result from my letter, I
would not for all tho gold of India, hnvo
oponly favored r-uch 11 revolution in tlio
.My ex-employer is, 1 think, somewhat
hasty in tho formation of his opinions.
Ho is, lo bo brief, opinionated. Ho recog
nizes in his comely self 11 grand pillar nf
unshaken orthodoxy. This mny nil bo so.
1 fur 0110 doubt it icality.
Leaving him to consider tuoro carefully
tho truth of what 1 slated in your Sun
day's issue, nnd ontertnlniug 110 ill. will,
whatever, ugnliist him for his action in
tlio matter, I remain,
HOSS LIME, CE.m"eNTAND COAL
On Cnmmorclnl nvonuo, foot of Eleventh
strcel, Mr. Itus still continues to deal ex
tensively in lime, cement, plaster purls,
plastering hulr, etc., nlso Dubinin, -Mar-ion
nud Soutorn Illinois
S'JO 00 to ?i!0 00 per car load.
Tho ordinance lu regard to horses and
mules running nt largo in tho city limits,
nnd persons selling goods on Sunday, will
bo vigorously enforced from and uftcr this
date. Cairo, 11)., August J8th 1872.
L. II. JfVKltS,
Chief of Police.
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
CELSIOH. F. Hlnnkcnhcrg wishes to nunounco to
Ills friends nnd patrons that ho has suc
ceeded in engaging Prof. Wilbrnebt of
St. Louis, n fine pianist, who will nmtiso
tho lovers of music witli n selection of
charming pieces on tlio piano. Every
body is invited to tho Excelsior, corner
of 1 Itli street nnd Washington nvonuo.
Stcnmer Pink Vnrble, Louisville.
" Idlowild, Evnnsville.
" Kddyvillo, Louisville.
" Wm. Cowon, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, Memphis,
" Illinois, Columbus.
" .llm Flsk, jr., PHducnh.
.Steamer Mnry Vnrbto, New Orleans.
" Idlnwild, Evniinvlllo
" Kddyvillo, Louisvllh).
" Wm. Cowen, St. Louis.
" Grand Tower, St. L011K
" Illinois, Columbus.
Jim Fisk, jr., Paducnli.
111(1 MUIHIV COAL
Steamboats supplied nt nny time, lith
day and night, with cither lump or chest-
nut coal, In any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contract? offered on favorable
terms upon lqiplicntion.
II. V. Ol.YI-ttAXT,
I). A. Hokek, Gen'l.Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
noATfN i.i:avin(i to-hav.
Tho great steamer Dexter leaves this
evening for New Orleans and nil usual
wny landings. Tho splendid packet City
of Chestor is tho boat, leaving for Mem-.
phis and nil way points this evening at (i
o'clock. Tho favorilo Hello Memphis is
tho regular packet, leaving for St. Louis
at 8 o'clock thi evening. Tho lino low
water Arkansas Hello is tho boat for
Kvnnsvlllo nnd nil wny landings, leaving
this evening nt 0 o'clock. Tlio Jim FNk,
jr. is tho daily packet for Pnducnh at -1J.
o'clock p.m. to-day. Hcmember tho line
tug Cuchu makes three trips daily to
condition oktiik kivf.rx.
The river commenced rising slowly ut
this point Sunday. It is thought to bo
only back wator caused by the recent lit
tle riso in thj Mississippi river, nnd conso-
oucntly it will do no good. Four feet re
ported between hero nnd Louisville. Tho
chniinel nt Greenfield has cut out and il is
much better than it was Inst week. The
gcnernl condition of tho Mississippi re
mains bad enough, Helow hero the water
Is getting very thin. Tho Ohio river
is getting very bad between hero nnd
IU'SINKSm ANIJ WEATHER.
Sundny nnd Monday tho landing wus
crowded with stoamcrs doing tlioir busi
ness. Several resbipping trips eamo in
which will bo forwarded with dispatch.
Tlio weather was clear nnd very hot.
Everybody is praying for a rain that will
lay tho dust.
Tho Quickstep has laid up ut Mound
City, nnd during her stay thero she will
lmvo 11 new hull built, bo repainted nnd
otborwlsfl repaired. Her placo in tlio
trndo will bo filled bv tho steamer Lo
Tho swells, caused by tho wheel of tho
tow boat, AVilllam Cowon, Sunday, rocked
the Tyrone, now lying nt tho bnnk, so
that her chimnoys fell down.
Tho J. II. Johnson and Low Wntor
wero inspected yestordny-
Tho crew of tho Quickstep went home
on tbo Idlnwild yesterday morning.
Ono item of tho freight reshlpped by
the Shamrock, was four hundred barrels
of whisky. Tho Pink Vnrblo filled out
horo witli Now Orleans freight, nud left
wlUi a good trip.
Tlio Low Wntor leaves this morning
for Shawtieotown, hor future homo.
The J. II. Johnson is having n hard
llmo getting n trip slnco bnr arrival from
below freights hnvo been very scarce, nud
wo nre afraid that tho proposed lino bet
ween horo nnd Now Orlenns this summer
will dicker out while in its infancy. Dur
ing tho fall nnd winter there is money to
ho nindo by 11 lino of 1001 steamers in tho
V.'W I L AND I'l.'KSriMPTIOX
'or. H'nliliiKlun At nutl t'.liclitli HI ,
Where we will keep
A (' OMI'LKTU STOCK
FAXCY AXP TOILET AltTICLES
SICK-nOOM AND NL'IUI'.KT AIM'LIANCH", Xt,
ICE C O Ii X) :
Our Pure SPAItKI.IXG SOPA M'ATKK
CICNUIXK FI5UIT SYHUI'.S
Can not he excelled M'e aNo draw the
IS h V K L I C K W ATK US.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ANo, n ehoico lot of Cigars, ol extra qual.
Ity, fcnld atroa.omdileirlce',. our
Will receive e-peclal attontlnn and care,
being at nil hours In charge of competent
and careful iiaitle-. Prix-riptloni earelully
compounded at all hour day ornlht.
XOXE HIT THE Pl'HKST AXP HIT
M EPICIXES PI.SPE.V.SKP.
FaN t wknty yka its,
TIIK SALE OK
Our Homo Advortiiers.
0MMifw4inr anj nmARMNU.
NTSSVtM. TI.MWAKK, Kit).
A. HAL LEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
City NntloUHl Bank Biilldluir.
A.t;peciHl attention paid to orders Ironi ttenm
Imtts iillit ordv
Hkavv Hinu, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts SI. 20 and half gallons, $2 por doz.
Genuine "Mason Improved," Fruit .Iarn,
(glass top, nolf seniors,) quarts $3, nnd half
gallons $3 por dozen. Host "W. G. (Iron
tono china) plates and toas, CO conts por
set. Flno goblets, only 10 conts nploco.
Other goods in proportion, at
Pahsonh, Davih & Co.'s,
c-15"tf t and 7 Tontlntreot.
Tin ami Hollow Vr Clothe Wringers Telle
War, Cost IIoiIh, KlrtHliorels, Air (litts.
TIN ZINC, COPPEH AND SIIEE1
No. 166 "Washington-avonuo,
WRooftnic, fiutteringi nnd all kinds of jo
work done at shortest no l leu. lelililtf
II AS 1NCHEASED 800 PEH CENT,
SOLD I OCT 1871
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gaa Killer's nnil phimtxr'a material, Weed
iiuinpf. Klohe nuil niiKlo Tlvi, stop
cocks, check valves, etc,
also iotNi roa
Tails Brolbtrs Patent Dry Uas Meier
inJ Morehouse, Wells Co'a Automatlo Watt
Indicator and Supply YsWe for steam bollera,
WtNTIB'i BLOCK, COMMIBCIAL-AVIHD
200,000 Auk in Daily Vhv
doing mohk wohk,
doing it hktteh,
doing it (2uiokeh,
doing it cheapeh,
doing it uleaneh,
doing it eas1eh
And with greater oatNfnellnii and aMiig nf
lahnr than any Mote In ut.
fOLI) IIV KXCF.l.SIOIl MANir'Kfl. OOMl'ANV,
Wholoiule Healers in kll kliul. nf TIN N Kits'
STOI'K i no. I l.y all lite Stove Dealers, like
C. W. HENDKHSOX,
Vo CoinniiTflal Atrniir,
liEERW'ABT. OUTII & CO.
lflf CoMiir.itciAi. Avenue, Caiiio, III.
STOVES, TIN WA HE, HOLLOW
W A T E H COOLKllS.
Bill I) CAGES,
"W X JEZj IE cloth
fcr Window fccreen",
SAND SOHEENS, STEP LADDEHTt
&c, &cn Ac.
CHADLES, t&c, &c.
ANo manufacturer)! of
GUTTERING AND HOOFING,
Tin, Sheet ikon & Coitek W'Anr.
hole AKcntu for the cclebrnlnl
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's JIovkaiile Point Stiei. Plow
Okay's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
BCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Wsrranteil n nr euro Inr smoking chlmnla
ifVSs l.lheral AHvaneemenla mrwle ZH
af3 iirnio Consignment.
On ElKlithStrerl, between Commercial and Wali.
iiKlnn Ateiiiie', N lnl!v receiving
NKW MILLIXKltY GOODS
LATEST sntlNO AND SUMMEIl STYLES.
Ilesniei a lull lino nf
BOITITETB & HA.07S
ITrlmmeil and untrhnineil.l
FIIKNt'U l'f.OWKIt.1. IlIHHONi, TltlMMI.NfiS
of nil kinds, I. noes, ele., cte.
Sirs. Mi'dee has nlso it Inr" nsiortinent o
Fnaey Arliules, mich n
NECK T1.S, COLLARS. HNDKIWI.EF.VKS,
Ani nil oilicrnrticles numlly louml In a
FIHST-OLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. Mclice, in mlilitinn to her stock of Fancy
nml Millinery (inoUs, has n linn nnd complete ns
sorlmeul ut Cincinnati Custom Mit'lo I.aillen
ami MNsru' Hhoea nnJ ChlMrens' loot, lllneu
ami lu Color. TIiodo nre aeknovtleilKeil tn tie
the llnet and licit nhoea in the mnrkel, nr.il Ihln
1 lie only placo in the city that rimkes them a
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Streot, botwoon Washington
nnd Commercial Avonuos,
In recolvltia dnlly new Invoices of
Of every description, and at Paicts to Heir rnr
THE LATEST STYLES OK
SPRING AND SUM.MER GOODS,
HATS, RIB RONS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VAHDEX GLOVES,
POLLY VAHPEN Sl.'XrjHAPKS,
POLLY VAHPEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other art olei kept In a
First Clasi Millinery and TrtmnilnKs biore. To
ne tola at tile very lowest Uiiire. ...
SWCnP od see l.er, No trouble to Show
xxEiAJumrEi xir lime
Vemknt, Plaster Paris,
t Vh AST K 11 Kll'S II A n't,
M. 71 OHIO I.KVF.E, CMiEII I'll V NA'IION.
rJTFiir Hie piirpiiM! nf biillillng up 11
It hnleiili! trade hi Cairn, I tvlll-ell In ileal,
ers ami eontraeiorx hi lots nf fs) hiirroN and
lipwnrd, at imiiiuraclllrlng prices, adding
Cairo, August N't, lsi.
MILIiKli & PA11KKH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Onts, Hny, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRRANK'S SCALES
Ohio l.etee, (,'AlltO. ILLINOIS.
J. 31. PHILLIPS &CO.,
(Uucceasors lo H. Ii. Hfii.lricus A Co,)
Foi'M'arding and Commission
'ml Aitvaneemenla ms
Are prepareil to reeeive, alore and lorwsnl
fnlnlils In all points nml Imy an t
sell nn enminlsalon,
llnlnes ailenilH to prnmptlvi
D. MATIICSS.. :. (J .fill.
MATIIHSS it DHL,
Com m 1 s s 1 on M e r c Hants
HAY AND WESTERN 1'KODUUK
.. a erne lkvek.
stkatton i nut i),
(Sucre. . o loSlratlon, HuiNon A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
General Commiasion Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
M .M. M'lI.I.IAM", .I.ts. Kinsi.kv,
l.nl of Vickiliiirg, )li. Late ol Cin'ti, J
W. .M. -WILLIAMS A-CO.,
sI'LCIALUAILUOAD, .StEAMHOAT AXP
I'OUWAItUI.VO AND COMMISSION
.'.5, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN U. I'HLLIS k SON,
(Suoceasors to John II. F'liillii.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MRU V II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agenis of
OHIO IIIVF.lt AND KANAWHA
S-A-IiT COImUP-A-HSTIIES ,
70 Ohio Levjsf
. OAWIO, ItUHOI.