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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURS DAY, AUGUST 22, 1872.
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tnd of Poor Itnm. Wliinr. rno ' fP ?
to Meaaetl e taste, cjiiml "Tonic," Ap-turny"
KMtorert." Tc.7lhst lead uie tippler on ' ilnink.
tnnS??ml rain ut km a true Medicine, made
RrT5irniiMroii.ml Iterbinr California. ,rw
rrora ill Alfoholif silmulMt. They arc the 'Great
M(Si rnriafriHlIJffrBlini: rrlnclple.n ltrfcct
Bf onrllor and Inrliroralur or Hie System, ctirrrlnir
off all pnlvnou matter mid rcstorlnir llic blood
to n healthy comllllnn. cnrlclilwr It, refreshing- nnd
Inrhroratln loih mind nml laxly. They are easy
of aYlmlnlstratlon. prompt In thtlr action, certain
la ihdr malts, rule nnd reliable In all forms or
fin I'fnnn tmn luke lliese flitters accord
ing lo directions and remain Ions unn ell. iro hied
their bonet arc not destroyed by tnlnernl poison
or other means, nnd tho ltalorjram wasted beyond
the point of repair. .. , .
Dyspepsia mr IniHRt llnn, Ileadnctie. rain
in iiie stioiiiiicrs, cuuans. iiotm ii
, Sour Kruetatlons of tlie Stomach,
Tnate In llic Month. Ulilou AiincKK. ramaiionoi
the Heart. Inflammation of the Luncs, rain In ll.e
rtBlon of the Kidney a, and a hundred other painful
t"uptom,areilieonprlnpof H.pepla. In these
coniplaliita it has no equal, anil one liolllc will
firore n teller guarantee of Its tucrlla than a
cnahy advertisement. ...
For Femnlr Complaints, In yountr c old,
darned or single, at thedannof nomatihood, or
the turn of lire, these Tonle Hitter display o de
cided an inniicncc that a marked Improvement Is
oon pcrcc pin ile.
For liillmiuiiiitorj-niut Clirniilr Iltieu
mnll.ni and isout, lijsptp-da or Indigestion, nil.
lout. Ilemltlcnt end luteriulttent Kecr. Diseases
of the Mood, Utcr, Kidncja and Madder, these
Ullteri hate been most successful. Such Diseases
rre canwl br mated lllood. which Is Rcncrtilly
produced by deranirenient of the Digestive Orrans,
Tlieynre n nll PiHRntlve n well a
a Toiile, postesslns nlso the eeullar merit of act
InsasupottcrfidnKcnt in rclicvlnc Congestion or
inflammation of the Liver nud Visceral organs und
Id llilleus l)leascs.
For Mtln Ulitmri, Eruption. Tetter, Salt
nhcum, Motclic. fcpots llniolcs, l'usluics, llolls,
Carbuncles, Illng-worms, Scald-Head. Sore Kycs,
Erysipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Decolorations ol the Skin,
II n mors and Diseases of the Skin, of whatcter
came er nature, arc literally dug up nnd carried
out of the ) ttctn In a abort time by the ue of theso
Enters. One bottle In such cases will coutlnce the
tnost Incredulous of thtlr curatlt o effects.
Cltnllir the Vlllnlril Uluoil whenever von
find Us impurities bursting through the tkln In
Pimples. Eruptions, or Sores : clcane it when you
find It obstructed and sluggish In the t elm j cleans o
It when It Is foul ; jour feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the aystctn
Grateful Tliotttnnils proclaim Yineoar Uit
tem the most trondcrrul Intlgorant that ever sus
Ulncvl the Unking system.
Plu, Tape, nml other Hormi, larking In
the Jjetem of to many thousands, arc effectually
destrojed and removed, says a distinguished
physiologist : There Is scarcely an Individual on tho
hce of the earth who-c body Is exempt from tho
presence of worms. It Is not upon the healthy
elements of the body that worms exist, but upon
the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed
these living monsters of disease. No system of
medicine no vermifuges, no nntliclmlnltlcs, will
tree the system from worms like these Hitters.
Mcehmulral Diseases. Persons engaged In
Paints and Minerals, such as numbers. Type,
cttcrs, Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advauce
In life, arc subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To
guard against this, take a dose of Walker's Vis
ioab litmus twice a week.
Dlllous, Iteniltti-iiti anil Intermittent
Fcrcrsi which arc so prevalent In tho valleys or
our great rltcrs throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois. Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, lied,
Colorado, llriios. nio crande. Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Iloanoke, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and Autumn,
and rtmarkabiT so during seasons of unusual heat
and dryness, arc Invariably accompanied by cxten
tlve derangements of tho stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgatlt c, exerting a jKiwcrful Influence upon these
various organs, is essentially necessary. There Is
so cathartic for the purpose equal to Dit. J. Walk.
Ill's VtstOAii UlTTEKS, as they will speedily
remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels arc loaded, at the same t line stimulating
the secretions of the liver, and generully restoring
the healthy functions of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or KhiR's Et II, While .Swelling,
Clccrs, Erysipelas, swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affections, Old Sores, eruptions of the Skin, Sore
Eyes, etc., etc In these us In all other coastltu
tlonal Diieases, Walkeii's Vincuau Uitteiu) hato
shown their great curatlt e powers In tho uiot
obstlnato and Intractable cases.
Dr. Walkcr'a California Vlurgnr Mil
ter act on all these cases lu a similar manner,
lly purifying the Uluoil they remove the cauc, and
by resolt Ing away the effects of the mnammatlon
I the tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive
le.ilih. and a permanent cure Is effected.
The properties of lilt. WALKEII'S VlNEOAK
BiTTEits ore Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritious. Laxatltc. Diuretic. Sedative. Counter
Irritant, sudorific. Alterative, nnd Antl-lilllous.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties
of int. Walkeii's Viseoau llmtius are llic best
safe-guard In cases of eruptions nnd malignant
feviT. Their balsamic. Healing, and soothing pro
perties protect the humors of the fauces. Ihelr
sedative nroncrtlcs a ar na n In tho nervous svs
tent, stomach, and bowels, from inflammation,
Winn, cone rramps. cic
Their Coiiutrr-Irrltniit liiflnenre ex
tends throughout the si stem. Their Autl-lllllous
properties stimulate tho liver. In the secretion of
utie, anu us MiMiiarKci inruuii uiv iiiuury tiucis,
and arc superior lo all rcmcdlul agents, for the cure
of llllluus fever, I'ctcr and Ague, etc
Fortify the body against illsease by
purifying all Its fluids with Yi.nkoau Uitteiis. No
cDlileiulc can take hold of a system thus furc-armcd.
Directions. Take of the Hitters on going lo
bed at tiignt irom a tiau to one ami one-naif wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef
steak, mutton chop, t-nlson, roast beef, nnd vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They uro
composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, and
couuua uu soinu
ii. ii. Mcdonald &. co
Druggists and Uen. Agts.. San Francisco, Col., A
cor. ol Washington and Chariton bis., ft.'U
SOLD UY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS,
Publication OMrc Itnllctln IllllldlUK
THE HEATED TKKM.
XFFECT9 OF THE VN YKSTF.HDAY,
Mr. ifonn Sackborgor, whllo marching
In tho liincral procession ycilorilny,booiuno
tudilonl tick from tntenso boat nnd was
obliged to go home. Here he grew rnp.
Idly wono nnd r.t this writing his recovory
is consldcri-d doublTul.
John Sclicel, nlso in '.ho funornl proces
sion, wns ao niTcuted by tho hent of tho
sun, Unit It whs found necessary to tiiko
him home in n wngon. Wo aro informed
liis condition Is serious.
Marcus Silvorburg found tho hentunen
durublo nnd was compelled to leave tho
THE FUNEKAL OF THE LATE JOS.
BAINI3KIDGE TAY LOR.
The funeral sorviccs of the
Into Joseph Uiinbridgo Taylor
took plnco ycitertlHy morning, tho
remnlni being nltcnded to the grnvo by n
large concourse of friends nnd Hcqunliitun
ces. Tho dccrtised wns a member of tho
order of Odd Fellows, Alexander lodge, of
this city, of the Hough und Heady flru
company, nnd of tlio Ditmurck Bund, and
being city troaiurer, Whs also n member of
tho city government. According to pre
vious arrangement, the societies
abovo nnmeil, und by invitation
tho Hlborninn and Arab flro
companies were present nt tho last ind
rites over the body of thoir Into' friond
and brother, having proceeded to hit Into
resldonco in tho following order:
Tho Odd Fellows formed in procession
nt their hall, and mrachlng to tbo Arab
engine house, where tho Rough and Ready
and Arab flro companies wero formed in
open order, marched through tho two
companies, tho first named closing nest
the Odd Fellows and tho Arabs in tho
rear. The procession ns formed then pro
ceeded lo the Hibernian cngino house nnd
marched through tho Hibernian company
(formed in open order), which then closed
up, nnd tho four societies marched to
Washington avenuo and passed through
tho Uittnark Bund, also formed in open
order on Wnshington avenuo. Tbo pro
cession then joined tho members of tbo
city government in open ordor on Eightli
street, and passed through, tho latter
forming tho rear of tho wholo.
The Rev. F. L. Thomson conducted tho
funeral services, nt tho conclusion of
which the body of the deceased wns enr
ried by tbo pall bearers through tho en
tire procession, separated, to Fourth street,
whero it was placed in tho hearso. Tho
family and friends followed the hearse in
carriages, and the various societies, clos
ing up, formed tho funeral cor-;
tesje. which wound slowly from
Fourth strict to Commercial avenue,
from Commercial lb Sixth street, nnd from
Sixth street to the cars. At tho cemeterv
of Beech Grove, tbo burinl rites of tho
Odd Fellows wero performed over tbo
body of their much litmonted brother, and
nt tho conclusion of those, tho Itov. ,Mr.
Thornton accompanied a Until "prycr
with n fow words of consolation alas, how
poor it seems to tho sorrowing frlendf,
and tho body wns lowered into its lust
I. O. O. F.
RESOLUTIONS OK THE DKATtl Or JOS.
It A I It li lit DO K TAT LOR,
At a mooting of Alexander Lodge, I. 0.
O. h of which tho Into Jos, Bainhridgo
Taylor was a mombor, tho following reso
lutions woro pnsed :
WitRitKAS, Our brother, Joseph Bain
brldo Taylor, has been stricken down by
tho blighting hund of Death in tbo flower
of his youth,
llesulveil, That wo bow in acquiecenco
to tho ruling of tho Grand Master of the
Universe, who rules with beneflcicnt way,
nnd for tho good cf nil.
Hooked, That, In tho loss of ourbrothrr,
wo tM deprived of tho fellowship of
momber who lived In accordance vrlthtfe
principles "four order, was true to the de
mands of Friendship, possessed a hfrt Irs
which welled tho fountains of love and
mud open as tho day to the demands oT
lleiahcd. That, in our grief, wo scatter
upon liis fresh gr.ive tho flowers of a
llesohed, That we sympathize with his
family in their sad bereavement,- which
has deprived them of a faithful husband, a
kind fattier nnd a dutiful son.
Jiciolvei, That n pngo of the records cf
this lidin ho set apart sucred to the mem
ory of our late brother, and that copl's of
thon resolutions b furnished to tho grief
stricken family and disconsolate parents.
Uetnhed, That tho publishers of tho
several pnporo of the city bo requested to
publish tho foregoing resolutions.
ROUGH AD RKADY FIRE COM
Stoamor New Bon Accord, Tenn. rlvor.
'I Cllnnnr. PiidllCah.
Arkansas Bolle, Kvansvlllo.
A. J. Baker, Baton Rouge.
Fearless, St. Lou's.
Belle Memphis. Memphis.
Jim Fisk, Jr. Pnducah.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCAII & EVANS-
V1LLE SEMMVKKKLY U. S.
Th Fsil and Elegant l'risnnter Steamer
, .Tack OitAMMF.it, Master.
Ed. Thomas, Clerk.
B3T Leaves Cairo lor l'uilttenh nnd Evans
vifie7 every Thursday uml Siintlay evening,
atO o'clock, connecting ut Kv.invllle with
the Louisville nnd Cincinnati packets. For
freight or nungc nimly to
Jamks IJiggs Patsenxer
REGULAR CAIRO. PA DUCAU .V EVANS.
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
BEN. HOWARD Master.
Neglev Kudu Clerk
jSTLcaves Cairo for Pudticah nnd Eranu
viile every Tuesday und Friday evenlm; ut (1
o'clock. For Ircli'lit or nas.-ago nun v on
board or to
Iamf.s BiGOtf, Passenger Ag't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVANSVILLK
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The fine low pressure Passenger Packet
VT. B. PENNINGTON Master.
t3TLcavcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening ut 0 o'clock, lor l'tulllcali
and Evunsvllle. For freight or pastagc ap
ply on board or to
JAMEslllGGB, Passenger Ag't.
CAlltO AND l'ADUOAll
The splendid steamer
Stanley Brown, Capt,
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted),
at 4 u.m. For freight or pasiugo apply on
board or, ImiiMI
JAS. 1U0GS, Ag't.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will miW. tort. i,j,, ,uiri
IS1TIM csiao I -,,, ,,
II. -...-.. -.m. I
'I'ECIAL JOINT SK-KION OK THE CtTV
COUNCIL CALLED 11V THE MAYOR
Council CiiAMiiEit. )
Cairo, III., Aug.'JI, 1BI2. j
Present His Honor Mayor Lunsden,
and Btidur, Cunningham, Halllday, Hurd,
Metcalf, Phlllis, Renrden, Sehuh, Sense,
Stuncil, Stratton and Woodward 13.
Tho mayor stated tho object of tho
meeting to bo for tho purpose of taking
action upon tho death of Joseph B.Taylor,
Into city treasurer, whereupon, Council
man llnllidiiy moved that a committee of
three bu appointed by tho chair to report
resolutions appropriate for the occasion.
The chuir appointed ns such committee
Councilman Halllday nnd Alderman
Renrden and Scuto. 'i'ho committee re
tired. On motion of Councilman Hurd nil
members of tho city council nnd nil city
officers wero requested to usscinblo at tho
store of E. & W. Ruder to-morrow morn
ing Ht 0$, to attend tbo funeral of tho de
ceived. Alderman Saflord nnd Waldcr appeared
in their seals.
Tho committee on resolutions having re
turned submitted tho foil jwing resolutions,
which were, on motion of Councilman
Hurd, unanimously adopted, viz :
WiiEiiEArs, in thu dispensation of Provi-
uenco. wnoso ways nro past llndlng out,
Joseph Buinbridgo Taylor, lalo City
Treasuror of tho city of Cairo, hits been re
moved from among us by tho liiitid of
Therefore, bo it rosolved
by tho city council of tho
city of Cairo, in special joint meeting
assembled by order of tho mnvor, That
in tho death of Joseph Buinbridgo Taylor,
thu city of Cairo has lost a most capable
and elllcicnt olflcer, who has served the
city acceptably, us City Treasurer, for two
years prior to tho present term of olllee,
to which ho was re-flected without opposi
tion j that in his death in tho very prima
of life, his wifu has been deprived of an
ntTectionate arid attentive husband, his
children oi u kind nnd Hflectloriato father,
his parents of a dutiful und only ton, and
society of a genial and courteous gentle
man. Be it further resolved, That to tho strick
en and bereaved wife and children of the
deceased, we tender our earnest and heart
felt sympathy j with tho father of tho de
ceated un honored member of our body
(.nnd with his family we deeply svmna-
thlze in this their great affliction.
Oidtrtd'tUni this preamble and resolu
tions bu pread at largo on tho word of
the city council, nnd ihut copies thereof
lie furnished by the City Clerk to tho wife
und to the father of the deceased.
On motion of Alderman Cunningham
me council then adjourned.
M. J, Howley, City CierV.
W. B. Rockwell is Co., have the
Bgsnry for lbs sale of tickets to tho Freo
Gift Concert In aid of the Public Library
Five hundred thousand dollars in cur
ancy to be distributed In gifts of from
$100 to $100,000. S circulars,
RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATH OF MR. TAY
LOR. At n meeting of tho Rough and Ready
flro company of which Mr. Taylor was a
mombor, tho following resolutions wero
AVllKitEAs, It his pleased Him who
rules tho world wltn mysterious sway, to
deprive of life our fellow-member tho lato
Joseph B, Taylor,
Jiaolted, lb at in his deceaso wo hnvo
lost a valuablo member, one who always
promptly responded to tho calls of duty,
and never failed when occasion offered to
practice toward hisfollow-mcmbers and all
mankind the losson of tho golden rule, do
ing unto others its ho would have had
them do unto him.
Jlexotved, That wo shall ever remember
tho deceased as n true friend ono whose
loss cannot bo easily compensated for
one In whoso energy and enthusiasm his
company has found strength nnd that or
ganization which has placed it in tho front
rank of the flro department of the city.
Ilcstlred, Thnt n copy of these resolu
tions bo furnished by tho rccretury to tho
family of tho deceased and to his parents,
nnd thnt they ho published in tho papers
of tho city of Cairo.
Tho Cairo Turners will hold their 10th
nnniversnry on Monday September 17th,
nt John School's garden nnd ball. No
pains will bo spaced to make tbo enter
tninmcnl n grand atfalr. Tho celebration
will concludo with a largo ball.
Particulars nnd programmes will bo fur
nished in duo time. The committee of
arrangements is a very selected one, and
know how to manage such things.
All persons having calls for n Greclev
and Brown club, in their possession, will
pleaso return them to thh ofllco to-day.
110 I FOR UNITY.
J. R. Cunningham will run two express
wagons from Cairo to thu Unily Greeley
and Brown barbecue, on Salurduy morn
ing next. For scats inquire at tbo old
postofilcc. Turn out to tho first Liberal
Rally in Alexander county. 3ld.
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
F. Blnnkenbcrg wishes to announce to
his friends and patrons thnt bo has sue
cceded in engaging Prof. Wllbracht of
St. Louis, n 11 no pianist, who will ninuse
tho lover of music with'a selection of
chanmng pieces on tho piano. Every
body Is invited to tho Excelsior, corner
of l ith street and Wnshington avenuo.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMHIMMION AND FOHWARMNfJ.
Caution. Every gonuino box of'Dr
McLean's Livor Pills hours tho signuturo
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pn., and
their privato U. S. stamp. "Tako no
other." Tho market is full of imitations.
It is tho popular verdict that peoplo who
luivo been accustomed to tho use of Rittors
and Cordials aro obliged. cvontually,to rc
wrt to McLoati's Liver Pills for pertnanen
ROSS' LIME, CEMENT AND COAL
On Commercial uvcnuo, foot of Eleventh
6trect, Mr. Ross still continuos to deul ex
tensively in lime, cement, plaster paris,
plastering hair, etc., nlso DuQuoin, Mar
ion nnd Soutorn Illinois coul at from
20 00 to 30 00 per car load.
Steamer New Bon Accord, St. Louis.
" Clipper. St. Louis.
" Arkansas Belle, Evnnsvlllo.
" A.J, Ukisr, Luuisvlllo.
Fearless, St. Louis.
' Bell Memphis, St. Louis.
" Jim Fitk, Jr., Paducah.
1HO Ml'DDY COAL
Stratvt supplied at any tlmo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut cwtl, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contract offered on fuvorablo
terms upon implication.
II. V. Oltpbant,
D. A. BdKKE, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOAT TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
The elegant anchor lino packet Grand
Tower backs out for Memphis and nil
way landings this evening at 0 o'clock.
The St. Joseph leaves for St. Louis this
morning at 8 o clock. Tho fast and splen
did Idtowlld Is tho regular packet, deptrt
ing for Evansvillo and all points on the
Ohio river this evening nt C o'clock. The
Uurksvillo leaves this morning for Capo
Girardeau. Tho flno Jim Fisk, Jr. is tho
packet for Paducah and all way points,
tho tug Cache goes to Mound City 3 limes
CONDITION Or THE RIVERS.
The Ohio at this place, was stationary
last night, and this morning it may be fall
ing. The total riso was only flvo inches
in three days.
Tho Tennesseo is reported rising fast
near its head wators.
Tho river is falling at Pittsburg.
At Cincinnati and Louisvillo tbo Ohio
Arkansas river is falling.
Cumberland river is fulling, and so is
tho Mississippi, with about eight feet In
IIUSINE.SS AND WEATHER.
Business on tho landing was very good
yesterday. Tho weather was oppressively
Tho Dexter did not get away until last
evening, having met with engagements
that detained her. Sho had all she could
carry in the freight line, and also a fulr
list of passengers.
Thu Bon Accord laid sometime at the
Kentucky ferry landing, tuking on lumber
und wheat for St. Louis.
Tho Clipper had two barges heavily
loaded with lumber and will tow them to
Tho Bollo Memphis will lay up when
she arrives at St. Louis for repairs.
Tho City of Helena takes her place in
tho Memphis trado and the Capital City
will make a fow trips for the City of Hel
ena In tho Vicksburg trwdo.
Tho Fearless brought down a part of
her low ot iron ore which she landed in
the bend and returned to St. Louis for tho
Tho Arkansas Relln brought out a good
trip for tho stage of the river.
Tho body of Capt. John II rooks an old
steamboatman who disappeared so mys
teriously ti couple of months ago, was
found in tlie river nt Carondolet recently
It is not known how he met his death, but
tho supposition is that ho committed
Tho Bollo Memphis came in yesterday
afternoon considerable behind time, with
a good trip of passengers.
Tho James Howard will commence
loading at tit. Louis noxt Monday. She
always fills out tier trip at this port.
Thu I. C. R. R. wburfboat shipped on
board the John Kyle twenty-four hogshead
sugar direct from Chicago to New Orleans
That is the l)rt shipment of that kind
within our knowledge, und looks vory
much liko Inking coal lo New Castlo.
City Nntlonnl Bank ISnlldliiK.
.Special attention paid to orders Irom stean
Tho ordinnnco in regard to horses nnd
mulos running nt largo In tho city limits,
nnd porsons sulllng goods on Sunday, will
bo vigorously enforced from and ufter this
duto. Cairo, 111., August 18th 1872.
L. H. Myers,
Chief of Polico.
Ills. Cent itAL R.R. Co. )
Agt's olllee, Cairo Aug. II), 1872. J
lo persons wishing to attend tho
National Democratic convention, to bo
held at Louisvillo Ky,, Tuosday Sept. 3d
wo will sell exctirtiun tickets to Odin nnd
return at ono und ono fifth faro, for tho
round trip. Sale of tickets, will commence
August '-'8th, nnd discontinue on depar
ture of evening train on Seplembor2d and
will bo good to return until September
James Johnson, Agent.
George, tho barber, whoso shop
is on Commercial avenuo, betweon Eight
centh und Nineteenth streets, is u
smooth shuvp, a good shumpooer, n good
Joker, has n flno lot of toilet nrliclos, clean
toweis, cuts lialr in tho latest style, keens
sharp ruzurs und scissors, and a clear
conscience Go nnd leun buck in that
elegant barber chuir und try him.
House for ronton Division street, be
tween Twentieth nnd Twonty-flrst strce
Apply to Mrs. Gnffnoy, Central Hoiuo.
Go to tho Thulia for tho test Weiss
beer In town 6-2tdtf
FOR LADIES, MEN aND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Br. Com. & Wash.,
Has Just opened a now nnd stylish cstab
lWimcnt, fully up to tho limes, anil lnltes
o d customers und new, ladies, children nnd
all, to favor him with their patronage.
ISTAll work done lu the Latest Style.
AND DISlta IN
If you would ba healthy, wealthy and
wise, indulge in tho Liberal Catawba
Wines, which can always ba had, cool and
sparkling, at tba Thalia itloon. tf
Eiohth Street, Between Washinoton
and Commercial Avenueh,
Adjoining Ki'teniionar nml llatiny'a.
Keen the hABI nr n.. I'nrb tlnllm, V.at
Lsmtl. Sll.nirn. Pin.. nrl
citiiwni in l he mom arv wpuMw nwnner.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds or
Corner Ninetentii and Poplar Sts.,
Pt 11 v . nml l 1 .1 i I. . I.. . . uao. Aal1.
noga and theep, and U prepared to All any de
maud lor trctti meat irom oua pound to ten
thousand pounds. UivSOU
Cement, Plaster Paris,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
jETFor tiro purpose of building tip a
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
er and contractors in lots of M) barrels and
upward, nt manufacturing price, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucconon to K. I). Iieudnciia I Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
yj-r- Liberal AiWuneetnontii made sfi'
ljrVi U.ou CunlKnininl.
Are prepared to rect-itr, .tore ami forward
freighta lo all points and buy and
fell on comtnispiun,
ltii.lne.n nnHH to wmi'tlT.
Z. D. MATHUSS.. K. C .UHL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Me ii c hants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JiO. Ol OHIO I.KVKE.
Our Homo Advertisers.
IN TWENTY YEARS,
THE SALE or
nAS INCREASED 800 PER CENT.
SOLD X35T 1871
250,000 Are in Daily Usf
doing more work,
doing it better,
doing it quicker,
doing it cheaper,
doing it cleaner,
doing it easier
And wltli greater intlfactlnii nml Mtvitig of
labor than any Stove in tn-e.
SOLD II Y EXCELSIOR MANU'FO. COMPANY,
VIio1c.Ib Dealt m in all klnd or TINNERS'
STOCK .- anil l.jr all lire Biote Dea'erf, like
U. W. HENDERSON,
109 CoimiiFrcinl Avenue,
STRATTON & IJIRD,
(Hucceaaou toStratlon, Hudson 4 Clark,)
57 Ohio Levoe. Cairo, Illinois
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
AV. M. Williams, Jas. Kinsley,
Late of Vick.burs, Mini. Late ol Ctn'ti, J
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FORWAHDINO. AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successor! to John 1). Ihllli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OniO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ME It O II A N TM.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
OHIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
V I ill
BEERWART. 0RTU' & CO.
130 Commercial Ayenux, Cairo, III
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
"W X JEli 23 CLOTH
for Window icreen,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
ic, Ac, iVc.
SCYTH E", SNATHS,
CRADLES, Ac, Ac.
Also manulacturera of
'' GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron ti Copper Ware
cole Agents for tlie celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric'b Moveaulk Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal OilCanb,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
fcCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Wrrnnlpfl n nr run Inr Tnk(ntf htrnnl
Our Homo Advertisers.
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RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Cor. WnahliiBton Ar nml ElKhtb At.,
JP 17 X, Xi "Z- OPENED.
"Wlicru vc will keep
A C O M P L E T E S T O C K
FANCY'AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SICK-ROOM AND MJR9ERT APPLUNCE3.V.C,
Our Pure SPARKLING -SODA WATER
GEXUIXE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excclleil . We aUo JraMr tlie
BLUE LICK WATERS.
On EluhlliPtred, Ijpiwepn Commercial nml Vah
liKton Avenuo., it dally reoelvini;
iVEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SPRINO AND SUMMER bTYLES.
llcsmc a lull l.uo of
rTrlm,.,.l n.l linl.fmmiJ 1
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FHK.NCU FLOWERS. RIHUDN3, TUIMMI.N09
of nil kind.. Luces, etc., fctc.
Mrs. Mcflee lui nlso a larKS Ortsortment o
Fancy Articles, such ai
NECK TI.'A COLLARS. UNDERSLEEVE3,
HUFre, HASHES, FANS,
Ani all other articles usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
.in. .'ii,,, ,11 ii'iuiiiufi ... un pun i. u rim,' j
iii'l Mllliui'iy 0'iriilii, lias a rlnn ami uoinplo e an.
-nrlirfiit ol Cincinnati Custom Mule LhiIIch
4ntl Mlssi-3' HliOf mi l Clill'trtMn' Hoot., Illnck
suij in i uinrif. i iimmu are HUKllusifiiu lu iv
Hih finest anl best shoes in thn market, bi.it Oils
111 Jinun ,u II4D viij w,at luiinv iiiviii n
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, between Vrishington
una ucnmmircini Avonuos,
Is receltlnj; dally now Invoices of
Of evfry description, and at Patcia toHbit th
TI1K LATEST BTVLKH OK
SPRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DO.LY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with aW tne other art (ilea Uept In a
Klr.t Class Millinery and TrhnmluKS blort. To
i' sold at the ttry lowest tUur, .
-Cal' tad m bar, o trsutl to ahaw
Alo, ti choice lot of Clear, of extra qual
ity, olil at reasonable price. Our
Will rcrelvi! e.peclal attention anil care,
bi'lin; at all lioiir In chartre if cottipetetit
ami careful iiartlu. rrccrliitlou carelully
coiiijioiimlcii at all hmin ilay urtilylil.
NONi: IJCT Till: Pl'RKST AND REST
M I.DKINES DISPENSED.
n i o i.s. 1 1 . , it :. ki t.
A. HAL L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wrmcers Tolle
Ware, Coal Hods, FirablioeIs, Air Oatas.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
awllooflntr OutterinK, and all Itlnda of o
ork ilnnHt alinrtHiil nnilre tehl'ili
II. T. GEUOULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Fitter'a and number's material, Wocd
pumps, Rhine and anslo salv.s, atop
cocks, check Tolvos,to,
alio Adtat roa
rulU UroUr Potent UrrOavsMcttr
And Morehouse, Wells & Co'a Automatic Watar
Indicator audbupply Valve for ateam boilers.
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