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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1872.
Fafclleatlon enee, Bnlletln Blllac
At an Invito rater, Uver Crrclor
U Blootl Baovater It tuparlor to all tht
Blttrre, ElUira, ConUala and Un.
pat-Ulaa la an. It It so adapt! to ths whole
iritta that .nry orfin and function la tht body li
brooffat nndtr In txhllaraUnf laflotnot. It giTse
loaf aaa trtngth to tht) tliaTtt ap
parata,aJtvUlaBnoraaa1ebUlt7, lavlcoratM ta Liver, rnlati the
Kidneys aaa Bowels, rtmoTtt lb tf7tct of
ttrwt er oTtrtaxatlon f any kind and glTat vi
tality and ritkinilo the blood.
Its rentirt powtrt alttr and complttaly reonraa
Im tit tntlr rnatt of Holds and two tht tolldt of
tht boaaa spttm, tfctrtbj preventing and carinf
BrPPtie m4 Consntnptiva flysap
Soma, Ivr and Astir, Billon Dlsraa.
, Fevers of all kinds. Nervous Debil
ity, AnVetlona of the Stomach and
Bowels, rtt. At a mild and delightful lnvl jo
tsat for otlleatt hmaltt, Ithat no roptrlor.
Bj lu dm so w llf and rigor It silvan to both body
and mind, aandlnf a glow cr vitality through avtrj
put, which It permaarot and lasting;
It It tht soft ff.ctual rtmtdy for tht rtlltf o
hunan nfftrtng trtr discovered, and at pleasant to
tht taitt at old ryt or Hat win.
x WE CHALLENGE x
XftX THE X ft X
x WORLD X
To product a mort dtllclont tntdlclna to last, yttta
pottst for tht prevention and curt cf dlitattt at
r:. smr'8 tcxis's reins act sues rrarxn.
Price 91, or 6 Bottlea for $5.
rnpartd by tht Grafton Mtdlclnt Co., ST, LOUIS,
Mo. Cold by Drufguta and dtaltrt la tntdiolata
A IQOK FPU THE MILLION !
A Private Connselor to the Married
er thoto about to Marry, on tho Phyilolocical inta
Jtrl.t and rtTtUtlonioftht ttxnal jyitem, with tht
latstt dlsrovtritt in producing and prtrentlng off.
pnng.prtttrTlng tht coinpltxlon, Ac,
. " " Inttrettlng work of two hundred and
V'fW'""'' oumtrout engravings, and contains
Taluablt Information for thot who are tnurltxlor
conUmpUU marriage; ttlll It la a book that ought
tobt undar lock and key and not laid cartltwly
about tba honit..
UgKaiW SSI iTflK?X3 ACT TOrSJTWATI.
V&i?." w" T w.Wm li or tio drtlonble jtor
KkU StmvbctTMa aUran ut Cttuul, SI. UU. .
Udv your undcrwesr of Moskovlt.
Water It icnrcer than graco in Cairo.
Siiannkusy hold tho scales In the pollco
Tr.K Cairo 'Oazctt' l)ellovcB Wobb will
bent 1'ofHS two hundord votci.
Thcro 1 nbout $31,000 of city scrip out
When ihall wo bo enabled to get it in ?
Lt.vEOAR has not roiumcd tbo warpath.
Ho is still renting on his lauralt in this
The dust was laid ycttorday morning,
but got up boforo orcning, nnd is as lively
Turk out to the Liberal
Tue Grant wigwam will bo ready for
Grant orators this week, if it don't fall
Tue Tumors will eclebrato their annU
versary on tho ICth inst., not on tho 10th
to-night as some believe.
Mr. Yocuro. candidato for Circuit Clork.
is canvassing tho county. Ho loathe city
yesterday on horsoback.
Col. John Martin, of Padu-
cah, will address the people of
Cairo to-night, at the Greeley
meeting place, Eleventh St.,
between Washington avenue
and Walnut street.
Cait. Hurd who has been confined to
his houso by sickness, was on tho street
yesterday. Ho has entirely recovered.
Blum tho now dry.goods merchant, is
getting into storo a splendid stock of
goods. He will havo a grand opening in
a fow days.
Tue tomperotura yesterday was delight
ful. Tbo mercury did not mount above
80. A pleasant breeze, prevailed nearly
all tho dav.
Tae r.Hnry'a;World's Tonic' and
It It the great houaebold'rtmedy, pleasant to
take, yetpotant for the prevention and cure or
(llatataa. It la better than Bitters, Cordial,
Dacha or BarsaparUla . Sold by Drugs lata
A fellow by tho namo of Hainwater
was arretted in Meridian, Miis., last week.
A little of him up this way would provo
Oxe of McHale's lady prisoners at
tempted to dlo on Saturday nnd Sunday,
but Anally, after nearly succeeding, gave
up tho job in despair.
Jacou Taltor and Frank Knothy, for
fighting, were lined yesterday $5 and
costs each. Thoy both paid and cursed
their luck and each other.
bibors of strong drink, becamo drunk on
Sunday and onlorod into row with etch
other. John had his eyo injurod, and
Anderson hi noso ruinod, and both were
sonlonccd to seven days in tho calaboose,
not having monoy sufficient to liquidate
tho flno of SI and costs.
Col. John Martin, of Padu
cah, will address tho pcoplo of
Cairo to-night, at tho Greeley
meeting place, Eloventh street,
between Washington avenue
and Walnut street.
J. K. Parks has fitted up his restaurant
in fine stylo, and has secured tho sorvices
of Pro. P. W. Manly and Mr. O. It.
White. Mr. Parks is now at the Hot
Spring, Arkansas, And during his absenco
these, gentlemon will represent him. A
good meal and the best of liquors nnd
cigars can bo obtained at very reasonable
charges at this restaurant.
We havo a letter from Jowctt Wilcox,
describing tho tremendous effect of Hon.
D. W. Munn's speeches in Vermont. Wo
shall havo tho pleasure of offering tbo let.
tcr to our readers to-morrow. Until we
received Jcwctt's letter wo wcro wrapped
in wonder and wero unable to account for
tho Radical triumph in Vermont, but now
the thing is as clear as spring water. Dan
did it all.
Dr. Henry oot ad Plant PlUa.
MUd yet thorough no natuea orgTlplng en
UrtJy vegetable great liver remedy. Price S5
Mrs. Whlteoaaba Syrup.
Tht grrat toothing remedy. Trice only US
cents. Gives rest to the mother and health to
tht child Bold by Druggist .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kow
KngravingSt Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Prloe SO cents. Address Dr. Butts' DurfM
usrr, 13 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Uo.
The 'Gazette' says tho Democratic ma
jority in Cairo two years ago was 79 votes,
and that this year tho Liberal majority
will not fall short of 2S0. Our recollec
tion is, that two years ago tho Democratic
minority in this city was "9 for Crebs, but
only 12 on tho Stato ticket. It was a closo
shave. Hut this year the Liberal majority
will bo larger, but not as great at tbo
Messrs. H. W. Sraithers and F. W.
Oowel, of Amstordam ; F. E. Canda, of
Chicago, A. C. Rupe, of New York, and
M. Ferguson and F. Whitney, of St. Louis,
all gentlomcn interested in tho Cairo and
St. Louis railroad, woro in tho city yester
day. They camo over tho lino of the road
lrom St. Louis in carriages.
The pcrmons of tho Rev. Mr. Thayer,
delivered on Sunday last, morning and
evoning, on "Tho Fallon Woman" and
"Tho Woman Restored," were, we are
told, eloquent and able. Tho roverond
gontleman handled tho dolicate subject in a
very ingenious manner, saying all that
was necessary and leaving even the mock
Illinois Central It. It. Co.. 1
Agent's office, Cairo, Sept. 9, I8i2. f
To persons wishing to attend tbo Fair
Association to bo hold at DuQuoin, from
September 10th to 20tb, we will soli ex
cursion tickets to DuQuoin and return, at
one faro and a fifth for tho round trip!
Tho salo of tickets will commence Sept.
15th and discontinue after the departuro
of train on tho morning of Sept, 20th.
Tickets will bo good to roturn until Sopt.
21st, inclusive To parties going with
stock or articles for exhibition, wo will
issuo tickets on and after Sopt. 13th.
James Johnson, Agent
HIBERNIAN ENGINE CO.
Tbo Twelfth Annual Election of Offlcors
of tho Hibernian Firo Company took
place on Saturday evening. Considerable
feeling was manifested over tho sovoral
candidates and tho election was qui to an
animated one. Tho following gentlemen
woro elected for tho ensuing year :
President Wm. McHalo.
rtcf-PmiVt-Mf Patrick O'Loughlln.
Secretary Michtcl Howley.
Treasurer Albert Susankoy.
Foreman of Engine Tim Gorman.
Assistant Foreman of Engine L
'ore-man of Hose Tl. M. Lovott.
Assistant Foreman of Hose J. J. An-
Board of Directors Henry Stout, John
Cain and John Hogan.
WATER-proof St. Louis Lager bcor at
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
ave occasion to pay a doctor bill.
Mose, of tho 'Gazette,' has lost his spec
tacles, ond is in search of the finder.
Thoy woro silver-framed, Brazillian peb
bles, discolored at tho point of tbo arms.
Turn out to the Liberal
SMALL-pox has disappeared from Cairo,
and that other epidemic, taxes, is about to
take to itself wings. Then Cairo will be
olysian on earth, being unsmallpoxcd and
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within t-eveu miles of
Metropolis, on the Joiaboro lload, count
ing of 200 acres with (10 acre cleared and
other Improvements now owned and form
erlv occupied, bv.I. T. ltetmle.
TEItMb. One-fourth down balance In
one, two and three yean notcn n-cured by
inortjrugc. with i-lsper cent, interest.
N. 11. The timber It. (,'o.ml and ban never
been culled and no timber will bn permitted
to be cut or used, except what U heeerary
for the wear and tear of the jilaec, until after
the second payment has been made.
For Information applv to
0-8-tf Cairo, 111.
Ills.. Central 1!. 1!.. Co. 1
Agent's Office, Cairo, Sept. 0, 1872. j
To persons wishing to attend tho Ills
ois State Fair to bo held at Ottawa from
September 16th to 21st, wo will sell excur-
Ion tickcts)from Cairo to LaSalle and ro
turn at $12 85.
Salo of tickets will commenco Septem
ber 16th and discontinue on the departure
of tho train on tho morning of Septerabor
?0tb. Tickets will be good to roturn until
tho 24th inclusive. To parties going with
tock or articles for exhibition wo will
issue tickets on and after to-day.
James Johnson, Agont.
City Clf.iik'h Office. I
Cairo, III., August 20, 1S72. j
Public notice 1 hereby given that a special
election will be held on
TUEDAV, T1IE21TH;dAV OF SET'T, A. I. 1872,
In the city of Cairo. In tho i-tato of lUltioi,
lor the purpose of electing a
to fill the vacanev occasioned by tho death
of Jon-pit II. Taylor.
I'ollt will be opened at tho Itouli and
Heady engine hou-c, for the llit andVecond
wards, and at the Court House, for the
third und fourth ward..
Polls will open at 8 o'clock a.m., and will
loe at 0 o'clock p.m. lly order ol the Citv
Council. M. J. Howluv, City Clerk. '
Elcbcnburg's cigar and tobacco stand
ltgrowing in popularity every day. It is
located on Eighth street between Wash
ington avenuo and Ohio lovee. The Em
peror William, In all hit majesty, stands at
the door inviting the public to sample the
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Kichenburc
is determined to succeed, and if merit in
the goods can secure him success bo will
not be disappointed. Go and see him.
Rixby & Wiley, grocers, nro building
up a fine business. Thoy are both cstl
mablo gentlemen, and Illxby is good
enough looking to bo a supporter of tho
It has boon suggested tbnt tho Liboral
of this city barbacuo about tho 1st of Oc
tober, invito tho surrounding country to
join us, and havo Schurz, Trumbull, eU
do tbo orating.
Stillwell went by The Bulletin
ofllco yesterday on an express wagon, with
a carpet bag in hit good right hand and a
big trunk behind him. Ho had all tho
symptoms of a mau about ready to leave
The Paducah and Elizabethtown rail
road is to bo extended to Cairo and length
ened out at tho other end to Louisville.
Wo shall probobly havo diroct railroad
communication with our little neighbor
within a year.
There was a battle of tho cows Mon
day morning on AVashington avenue, neur
Twolfth street. About ttvelvo cows were
engaged in tho moleo, and such a punch-
fig of sides with sharp horns, roaring and
kicking up a dust was never before seen in
1 -r i
Six and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffee Sugar for
One Dollar ; Seven lbs. Now
OrleanB Sugar forOno 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, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
sMytking proportionately cheap
' WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Genti.emem of thojnry, lot us bo calm.
It will be timo enough for 1! voly political
work in October. Tho man who runs too
wiflly at tbo beginning of tho raco looses
nine times out of ten. A slow and steady
gait at first, and a rush at tho home
trctch is tbo best policy for Cairo.
The Hibernians showed their good
sense Saturday night by re-elocting Mc-
Hale to tbo office of tho presidency of the
company. Mac took hold of tho company
when it was disorganized and moneyless,
and has built it up in membership, onergy
Bl'hh and llammon, of Anna, havo en
larged the eating rooms in their excellent
restaurant. Thes gentlemen havo an in
stltution which merits public patronage,
and no person who visits Anna and wishes
a good meal or a fine drink, should fail to
givo them u call.
The flret drop of rain that has fallon In
Cairo for somowhero near a century past
camo up tho river yosterdfty morning and
dampened tho dust as far up tho city as
Twonty-fourth street. Above Twenty-
fourth the good poople are still longing
for the coming shower.
Curiu has been playing tho very deuce
in this city lately. Wo aro Informed that
no loss than ton couplo aro about to com
mit matrimony, In view of this unpre
codented increase in tho marrying busi
ness, wo congratulate our milliners, tailors,
dry goods merchants and preachers.
John Holwell and Anderson Smith,
young and gallant muscle-men, and ira-
The Jackson (Tenn.) 'Plaindcalor' of the
8d says : " Tho first shovol of dirt on the
extension of tho Misiissippi Central rail
road was thrown yesterday, in this city,
under George II. Tonncy & Co., Illinois-
A thousand mon and five hundred teams
are now wanted. The above-namod com
pany have the contract to Milan, andtney
assuro us they will complete tho road to
that point by tho 1st of next January."
Cries of "firo" and "murder," on San
day morning, aroused all tho people in the
neighborhood of the corner of Washing'
ton avenue and Twelfth steeet, near The
Btllktin office. But there was no fire
and nobody was boing murdered. Tho com
motion grew out of a family difficulty. A
husband endeavored to obtain admission to
his wife from whom he had soparated, and
when she refused to open tho door, be be
gan to kick it, swearing he would slay her,
whereupon tho wife thrust her head from
tbo front window and raised tho echoes
and all tho peoplo around about there re
siding with shrieks of "fire" and "murder."
Again all is quiet on that Potomac.
Tur weokly numbers of 'Littell's Liv
ing Age' for Aug. 31 and Sept. 7 have the
following noteworthy contonts: "Eng
land, their Customs, Manners, and Moral
ity'" 'Quarterly Review ;' "Recent Experi
monts with tho Senses," 'Westminister
Review;' "Tho Irish Priesthood," 'Spoc
tator;' "French Dress," 'Blackwood
Magazine ;' "Something Wrong With tho
Sun," 'Spectator;' "Question Day in th
Highlands," 'Sunday Magazlno;' "Tho
Meeting of tho Threo Emporors," 'Specta
tor;' "Saint Jano Frances-Chomyot do
Chantol," 'Athonajum;' "Juarez," 'Exam
inor ;' "The Political Aspoct of theFronch
Loan,"'Pall Mall Gazotto ;' "Clemenco," by
KatbarinoC. Macquoid, author of "Patty,1
'St. Paul's Magazlno;' "Tho conclusion of
"Christina North", by E. M. Archor, and
tho continuation of "Tbo Strange- Advon
tures of a Phaeton," by William Black,
author of "A Daughter of Heth," etc., bo
sides poetry and miscellany. Tbo sub
tcription prico is $8 a year, or for $10 any
one of tho Amorican $4 periodicals is sent
with tho 'Living Ago' for a yoar. Littoll
& Gay, Boston, publishers.
The Illinois Central Railroad Company
will consent to removo the tracks of their
road from insidotho plank road and locate
it near the brow of the lovee, loavtng a
wldo roadway for toams between tho
tracks and tho sido walk, if tho city will
consont to pay for the ballas
ting the work will require, and
which will cost about $2,600. We bolievo
the city can well afford to accept this pro
position. If it does not it will bo com
pelled, beforo tho " bad" weathor of next
Winter sets in, to reconstruct tho lovee
plank walk at a cost certainly not less
than $4,000 und probably $5,600. If tbo
proposition is not accepted and tbo
plank road is not reconstructed
tho draymon and teamsters of tho
city may hang up their whips, stable their
mules and go to whittling pine shingles
for a living. It may bo said, there is no
monoy in tho treasury, which is very
true; but this road must, money or no
monoy, bo put into patsablo order.
Can't the special assessment plan
bo adoptod ? What is tho difficulty that
stands in the way of improvements being
mado in Cairo as in other cities? But
special assessment or no special assessment,
money or no money, this road must bo
"fixed," and the proposition of tho Central
should be at once acceptod. Tho road we
will obtain then will bo a solid, endurable
road a Paducah gravel road that will
grow bettor the longer it ii uid never
Steamer Idlewild, Evansvillo.
1 John liumtden, Cairo.
1 Grand Tower, Memphis.
' Eddyvillc, Evansvillc.
LaBelle, St. Louis.
' Wm. Cowen, St. Louis.
' Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer Idlewild, Columbus.
" John Liumsdcn, jvansvuie.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" Eddyville, Evansville.
" LaBelle, New Orleans.
" Wm. Cowen, Bond.
" Jim Fisk, Paducab.
1110 MUDDY 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 Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olyi-iiant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agect. 3-15-ly.
1IOAT8 LEAVING TO-DAY.
The flno passenger packet City of Ches
ter is tho regular boat for Memphis and all
way points, and will leave this evening at
6 o'clock. Tho elegant steamer Tyrono is
tho Capo Girardeau packet, and will make
all way Undines. -Sho leaves this morn
ing at 10 u'clock sharp.
Tho favorite packet Bollo Memphis is
tho anchor line boat for St. Louis and way
landings, leaving punctually at eight
o'clock this evening. Tho Arkansas Bello
is tho splendid low water packet and will
leavo for Evansville and way landings
and all points on tho Ohio river this eve
ning at 0 o'clock. Tho Jim Jisk, Jr., is
the regular Paducah packet leaving to
day at 4 p.m. The tug Cache makes
threo trips daily to Mound City.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Thore was a decline of about three
inches in tho Ohio, at this placo yesterday
Above hero it is still falling with about 30
inches in tho shoulost place. Cumberland
bat no change to report. Tho channel
is down to 10 inches and navigation I
played out. This ond of tho Mississippi
remains in a very bad condition. From
the forry landing down to tho mouth o
the Ohio, it is full of snags, wrecks, &c.
and the currnnt runs like a mill tail. A
snag boat could do good service over thoro.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business opened very fair for Monday,
and there are prospects for a busy week
about the leveo. Both landings bad steam
ers at them doing a fair business. Tho
weather was cloudy with a light fall of
rain, tbo first for many days.
Tho barge Baltic, loaded with walnut
logs and in tow of tho Dictator, struck a
snag yesterday morning at 8 o'clock oppo.
site Bird's slough, toaring a largo hole in
her and sinking hor instantly. Tbo logs
with the exception of about twenty will be
saved, but tho bargo will bo a total loss.
The Lady Loo resbipped her freight on
the Bello Rowland at Grand Ecoro, Red
River being so low that it wasaalmost im
possible for her to go fartbor. She had a
light trip and will lay up at St. Louis.
The Commonwealth did not leavo until
Sunday afternoon. She had all tho freight
sho could carry on tho wator. Tbo Kel
logg arrived with threo barges and fin
ished loading hero. Sho had no troublo
The luiewua took too Illinois- piace
yesterday and tho Lumsden left for Evans
ville in the placo of the Idlewild,
Tho La Belle came out drawing C feet
2 inches, and rubbed very hard at several
places. Sho reported only 0 feot in tho
channel, Several pilots came down on her
to look at the river.
The Eddyvillo arrived from Evansville
with the Charmers trip. Sho returned to
Evansvillo last night. I
The Now Bon Accord did not get the
hull of tho John B. Man do, si it was not
No now captain lias been placed on tno
head of tho C. C. wharfbort, but a now
captain has a typographical orror in Sun
Jltjr Mnllonal Bank Building.
aa.8peciat attention paid to orders lrom straw
boats nlKht or dav
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a religious lact a moral laci a scion
tlflo fact a fact indlspulablo, that P.
SAUP has on hand, at his popular To
bacco and Cioar Store, tho best brands
of all kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Tho best, most roliablo and cheapest
Pianos and Organs in tho market and on
terms to suit tho purchaser. Old instru
ments taken in part paymont for now
Thoso wishing to purcbaso instruments
had hotter buy of an agont who is ac
quainted with the construction of instru
ments and one tbat can bo relied on.
Every instrumont warranted for fivo years.
N. P. Curtice, Agont.
ICEI ICE 11 ICEIII
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass the city, to continue
during the summer months. Nono but
pure northorn lake ico will bo delivored.
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
Ills. Central It. It. Co.. )
Agent's Office, Cairo, Sept. r, 1072, j
To persons wishing to attend tho Un
ion Fair to bo held at Jonesboro from
Scptombcr 11 to September 13th, wo will
sell excursion tickets to Anna and return
at ono dollar and ninoty cents ($1.00).
Salo of tickets will commence on the 10th
and discontinue on tho 13th. Tickots good
until September 14th Inclusive.
9-C-dct. James Johnson, Agent.
W. B. Rockwell & Co. havo tho
agency for tho sale of tickets to tho Free
Gift Concert in aid of the Public Library
Five hundred thousand dollars in cur
rency to bo distributed in gifts of from
$100 to $100,000. Seo circular?.
Blum,& Amson will open about the
1st of September with a new stock of
clothing, dry goods, boots and shoes, otc,
which will bo selected by Mr. Blum In
tho Eastern markets, during this month
His largo experience in tho business and
acquaintance with tbo wants of tho poople,
will enable him to make his stock full and
completely suited to all classes and Ages.
Remember tho placo NefTs new brick
building on highth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
BEERWART. 0RTH & CO.
180 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
"W I IRj 3D CLOT H
fcr Window .Screen.,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, c, Ac.
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Alto manufacturer! of
Sheet iron Sc Cower
t-ole Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveaule Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS
8CANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
UICHARDS PATENT CHIMNEY
Lost A light Sorrel Mare, obout 14
hands high, with four white feet, white
blazo in forohcad, right bind leg soro
above the hoof, and marks of fistula! on
both sides of tho shoulders. When last
seen had on a halter.
Twenty-five dollars will be glvon for
her return to M. W.Parker's Livery Sta
ble, Cairo, Illinois, or for any information
leading to her rocovery. 9-5-lw.
FLOWERS I FLOWERS 1 1
Selected strong flowering Hyacinth
bulbs, well adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jackel's Saloon, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenuo. Bulbs to
bo put up now In glasses or pot, will
bloom at Christmas. U-G-dlm.
The undersigned, late workmon with
J. P. Gamble, have opened a shop, corner
of ICth street and Commercial avenue, for
tho manufacture and repair of Wagons,
Buggies, drays, etc., etc., and for tbo pur
pose of doing a general wuee'.rigiit
iiusiNEfs. Thoy respoctiully ask a sharo
of the public patronage.
aug. 13 C; O. Davidson.
Mrs. J.U. Oberly,
Mrs. J. T. Rennie,
Mrs. W. A. Bristol,
Mrs. F. L. Thompson,
Mrs. B. F. Fiolds,
Mrs. F. Axloy,
Mrs. Miles Parker,
Mrs. W. W. Thornton,
Mrs. A. Comings,
Mrs. E. A. Burnett,
Mrs. 31. Smallenberg,
Mrs. G. M. Alden,
Mrs. Henry Elliott,
Mrs. C. P. Parsons.
Tho above list comprise a fow of tbo
ladies who havo tested and aro using
Burnett's Steam Cookino Vessel, and
speak in terms of highest pralso of it.
Thoy and dthors using it, say they would
not do without it for many times its cost.
For salo by A. II alley on Washington
Louis Blatau's saloon deserves tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
been vory bandsomoly flttod up, and is so
comfortablo that it is a ploasuro to whllo
away a sparo hour thore. The bar Is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
wiuos, and with tho best of Fresh Lager
Boer, and Weiss Boor tbat in doliclousonss
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, free to
patrons, is spread every day, and an article
of Sweitzor Cheeso, tho host in tho markot,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau invites
tho public to give him a call, on Eighth
streot, botwoon Commercial avenue and
Ohio Loveo, opposito tho Perry House, in
Rlzer's building. 7-2. dtf
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
CELSIOR. F. Blankenburg wishes to announco to
his frionds and patrons that ho has suc
ceeded in engaging Prof. Wilbrocht of
St. Louis, a fine pianist, who will amuse
tbo lovers of music with a solcction of
charming pioces on tho piano. Every
body is invited to tho Excelsior, corner
of 14tb street and Washington avonuo.
ROSS' LIME, CEMENT AND COAL
On Commercial avenue, foot of Eleventh
streot, Mr, Hoss still continues to deal ox
entivoly in lime, cement, plastor paris
plastering hair, etc., also DuQuoin, Mar-1
tlon and Soutern Illinois coal at from
$20 00 to $30 00 per car load,
E V ! 1 X G
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO GIVE A MOKE UNIFORM AND I'LEAHAN
11 EAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, ARE MORE
CAREFULLY FITTED, ARE MORE
EASILY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE I'ERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONGER
Our Home Advortiner8.
SJOMMMMIOIf ARB POBWABDIHO.
PLASTEUKIl'S II A 1 11,
71 OHIO I.KVF.K, U.MiElt CITY NATION
tSTVat tho purpose of building Up a
.mtlnnl.. M.IA Im 11.1.. 1 ...III .,..11 l ,fftL
nviiniiu .iniju in i ir, a n ill nil iw .v.-
rrs and contractors In lofn of U) barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prlcec, adding
uniro. Angina in, inn.
STKATTON k BIRD,
(HucceMori toBtratloo, HudnonA Clark,)
57 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 31. WILLIAMS, .US. KINSLEY,
Lat of Vicktburg, SIim. Late of Cln'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOnWAHDINO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLIS li SON,
(Sucerstors to John li. Phillit,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
better vatlslnctlon, and cold for a
Lcii" Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
lu the market. Sold by
EX0E1.S1OR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
Wood i WOOD 1 1 wood i i
The undersigned will furnlth
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II not Cheaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave 'order
on the rlate at the Postottlcc and at Rons
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will cord tho wood
up If denlred.
auslO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
Lirerpool New-York and Philadelphia
CKoaa cOKiaicr with chitid statu aid asmm
For CarrjiDK the Malls.
FOR PASSaTe TICKETS
oa rtarma infosmation
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
15 Broadway, New-York, or to
Washington Atpihii.. Cairn. noia. si
In Budcr's New Brick Building, comer of
Eighth and Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AND DEALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Ice Cream and Soda Fountain.
1 desire to inform my patrons and the pub
lic at large, that 1 am at all times prepared to
furnish everything In tho above line on tho
shortest rotleo, including Wedding and
Queen cakes, etc. Also supper parties fur
nished to order promptly and perfect satis
For quality and prices I dofy comepution.
Try me once and you will come again.
FORWARDING and. COMMISSION
HF.ltll HAN Tl.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Axentt of
OHIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccettors to E. B, Ilendrlctt & Co.)
Forwarding and Commission'
VS5 Liberal Advancements made 2aM
It. upon Consignments. JJS 1p
Are prepared to receive, ttore and forward
freights lo all points and bur and
tell on commission,
WrBusinesa attended to promptly;
Z. D. MATHUBS., X. O .UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc hants
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
M. M 8HI0 UTIIi