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Wk are tuthorlr-ed to announce Mor
mi B. Wilet m candidate for City
Treasurer at tbs ensuing charter election.
We are authorised to announce Henry
Ku.iot as a candidate for City Trcaiuror
at tbe ensuing charter election.
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uk, retyafcatferlhe evtattoii aad euir of
dlaeaaae. It la Mtar tfcaa BIMcti, Cordial,
IMekvertanapariHa. Sold by DrugtUti
t a riaat ntte.
mil in it nnnanriirriT'r'-r
HnlymHaHs fwallrter refly. Fric
Mwu. WUtoeaibl Irraa.
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aeata. GlvM mt to the mother aod health to
Man Ism a CaMe.
latmetlat Work, Ealarftd Edition, New
KafraYlaf, Two-hundred and BUttr Pat,
Meeswceats. AddrtM Da. Bona' Dtartt
hit, II North Ebjfats Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A BOOK row THE MILLION!
A MtaiaOaulu ika w.-i..
rUMeaboat to Berry, on tbe Pbyalologieal mj-
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umm id producing ana preTenung eff
SfHw, meet-ring tbe coaplexJon, Ac,
k Tali fa mi l"eellag work ef two bandred and
".T ' wl lb aaawreai anfTVTlnn, tad contains
valaeble Information for IboM who are married or
mwhu aerrlac: sUIl It lie book that ooibt
f be aader lock aad kty aad sot laid cerelaaaly
abwet lae hovee
tatlllniMIIMrfpMll) Mr mrCaata. itlmt,
fcMMBHi7,i . inm straw, St lam. Ma.
fwenti fs ni armens avo nmtrnriri.
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ar M&t m; Qaarl InriM, fm. Dr. 1.IU'
wpvimnii aw eiarale r.ar
Iml Ma b MMaJUA. HMHfli mm k Mill
wuwi la m mu, OCX, Ka. If Rank
aratl IM Ckaaaat. at. Laala. Ma
PaMlfMtlM , BnlleUai Battalia
Mr. W. W. Thornton It 111.
Tuk Grant wigwam wai dedicated
B. 8. Harroll, will.loavo tho city to-day
The Cairo Preobrtcry adjourned Sab
R. II. CuNNiHtiHAN started eait yotcr
day for Fall good).
Tho first wedding of tho lesson came off
yeiterday. who next?
Jack Hodges was In the city yesterday
hobnobbing with Lincgar.
Wk understand tbat Bird, (colored) hns
taken the stump for Grant.
Cari. Thomas insured four toon persons
in the Bismarck Bund last week.
CKn Tn con fdr'
CUV IV All '
clMirn of working pro
pl,llhnx; jetiDKor old, mike mote money
at work fir ua la tbeir spar momenta or all, the
time, than at (.njtbmf elae. Paiticulirs free
Addreai G. Stlnlwo A Co., I'ortUnd, Maine.
AIB CIlLtl III
itioBTB Strikt, Bktwxbn Wasuinqtok
AND Coif MIRCIAL AtJCNUXS,
AUtBiaaT BI'.tBkoa aaMl Haanj'a.
Keep the beat or Beet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Launb, Saosace, etc., and are p repared to itrre
cltiMBi in lb moit aoceptabl manner.
LIME 1 CEMENT !
CAPS GIBABDK AU AND ILLIhOi
Commeroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-st.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for sale at tho
very lowest figures for cash,
"VViSthank Mr. C. Hanny and his bride
for the beautiful cako sent to this of
Preparations aro being made for put
ting down tho Asphalt pnvomcnt of tho
ClllEr of Police Myers loft yesterday,
with his family, on a pleasure Journey to
the Rocky Mountains.
Ax animal Attached to a water wagon
was drowned yesterday in tho rlror near
A Mr. Genirv, bridge builder on tho
C. & V. R. R., working at America bayou,
died last week from tho effect of sunetroko.
Tuk musicians of tho boyi' Greeley and
Brown club, are Masters Fitzgerald and
Lonergan, flfers, and Master Feith, drum
Vllt.v the hub factory does got under
way, and it will in a little time, It will make
" things " in that part of tho Fourth ward
County court was convened yesterday
but tho room was required for tho use of
the grand jury, and the court adjourned
until next week.
"Georqe the Barber," who has opened a
private boarding house in tho Fourth ward
spreads a bountifully supplied table. Ill
terms are reasonable.
Successor to U.S. Harrell.
Cairo is to bo tho city of railroads.
Another, tho Memphis und St. Louis
road, is to bo immediately constructed
from Memphis to this city.
E. H. Manard, editor of tho ' Rural
South Land ' who has been spending some
time, in this city, loft on tho afternoon
train yesterday for St. Louis.
Mr. T. F. Ryan, contractor on tho
Cairo and St. Louis railroad, has two
hundred men at work on tho road between
the Tunnel and Murphysboro.
'Squire Shannessy charges tbat certain
of tho policemen of the city are in tho
pay of tho gambling houses, and roceivo
$50 a month as hush money.
The attendance at the Sabbath school
concert in tho Presbyterian church on
Sabbath afternoon was very large, many
persons being compelled to stand.
A case of small-pox from St. Louis, was
i found on Sunday night by health officer
Wooten, and was takon at once to tho
pest house. Tho patient is colorod.
The people who walked up to tbe Gor
man Catholic Church on Sunday ovening,
wore surprised to find the church dark
and no signs of the debut of the new
of a notorious horse tblcf named Octavo
"Win to, of Dresden, Muskingum county,
Ohio. Mr. Linton loft yesterday for his
homo in Ohio on the 3 o'clock train, tak
with him tho disgusted White. Linton
is tho dotoctivo who lately received a re
ward of $0,000 in Ohio by arresting mall
Some timo ago, a fellow by tho namo of
Thomas Riley was committed to jail for
ten days-. His time expired yesterday.
On Saturday last a man arlvcd in tho city
whom tho police recognized as one who
had been garrotted and robbed on tho
lovco a few weeks since. Tho stranger
visited thejall In company with tho police
and Identified Riley as ono of tho threo
who had robbed him. Riley was removed
yestorday from tho city to tho county jail
to await trial.
Anour a month ago, n thiof called
"Frenchy" attompted in company with a
partner, to rob a man. They failed in tho
attempt, but "Frenchy" was arrested for
breaking tho peace and taken before Dross,
who committed him to jail. On Snturdny
"Fronchy1' wat roleasod from duranco vllo
and on Monday could not resist tho temp
tation to try his hand at his old tricks.
Ho attempted to rob another man, was
tabbed by him and both wcro taken to
tho city jail.
Tue Groeloy boys of tho city havo
formed a Groeloy and Brown club, and aro
"carrying on tho campaign" with vigor
and enthusiasm. On Saturday night last,
to tho lively notes of a drum and fife, tho
boys marched up Washington avenuo,
stopping at The Bulletin offico to givo
three hearty cheers for Greeley and Brown
and drow up at the Liberal speaking
ground. Here, some of the scats were ar
ranged, the gas lit and sovorat
speeches made. The speakers
woro Masters Feith, Willio Smith, Clark
and Crawley. Tho addresses wero short
but lacked neither force nor enthusiasm.
The meeting adjourned, tho club to moet
again this evening. We aro glad to noto
this move, and hopo to chroniclo tho pros
perity of the boy's Greoley and Brown
Tho Cairo Ttirnor will hold thoir 10th
annivorsary on Monday Soptomtor 10th,
at John Scheol's garden and hall. No
pains will bo spared to make the enter
tainment a grand affair. Tho celebration
will concludo with a largo ball.
Particulars and programmes will bo
furnishod in duo timo. The comtnittoo of
arrangements is a very solectod ono, and
know how to man ago such things.
Pure Wines and Liquors not a hoad
ache or a fight in a thousand gallons of
It at the Tbalia Saloon, corner Twolfth
stroet and Washington avenuo.
Aoent's OrricE I. C. R. R. Co.,
Cairo, Aug. 29, 1872.
Horoaftor all bills of lading for prop
erty shipped on tho transit steamer Illi
nois will bo signed at tho stono depot of
fice. J as. Johnson, Agt.
P. SAUr's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo Is located on Commercial avonuo,
between Sixth and Sovcnth strcots, and
marked by tho unlquo sign of "tho Girl of
Ills. Central It. It. Co., I
AOENT'8 OKKICE, CAIRO, Sept. ft, 1072, j
To persons wishing to attend tho Un
ion Fair to be hold at Jonesboro from
Septomber 11 to September 18tb, wo will
soil excursion tickets to Anna and return
at ono dollar and ninety cents ($1.90).
Sale of tickets will commenco on tho 10th
and discontinue on tho 13th. Tickets good
until September 14th inclusive.
9-G-dCt. James Johnson, Agent.
Iv you wish to induigo in a delicious
cigar, patronizo P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chowing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popula- Tobacco and
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
GENERAL IIOUSK FURNISHING
Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Commer
cial and Washington Avenues.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Vmrmur of Mlaelewatk atret aad Com-
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
PaUtjr, Boaatae, Uaaollae,
Aad the celebrated illuminating
BKOS8' BUILDIHO, CO ilTU-BT. COM
The 1 Gazette ' complains tbat the Grant
men havo discontinued patronizing
"Georgo the Barber," because Georgo is a
Greeley man. Proscription of this kind
A LAnaE congregation was present at
tho Presbyterian church on Sunday morn
ing on the occasion of tho installation of
Rov. H. B. Thayer as pastor of the
church. Tho services wero deeply inter
esting throughout. Tho installation ser
mon was delivorod by Rev. J. C. Baldrldgo,
of Friendvillo, tho charge to tho pastor by
Rev. E. F. Fish, of DuQuoin, and tho
charge to the people by Rov. II. N. Can-
deo, of ;Richview. The Rov. Mr. Thayer
has officiated as pastor of tho Presbyter
ian church of this cltv sinco Jan. 1st.
1872. Sinco that time, in addition to the
regular expenses of the church, which havo
been promptly paid, S760 havo boon
raised and expendod in ropairing and
ornamenting tho church edifice, and the
interior of the building now presents a
very handsome and even elegant appear-
anco. financially, tho church Is in a
flourishing condition, tho membership has
stoadily increased under tho pastorate of
Mr. Thayer, and tho best of feeling pre
vails among tho members.
ANOTHER RAILROAD TO CAIRO
By tho Memphis 'Avalanche' of Satur
day wo see that a meeting of tho directors
of tho Memphis and St. Louis road was
held on Friday previous. Col. B. D
Williams of Memphis was eloctod Presi
dent oi me roau. ruo Avaianclie' says
it is tho intention of tho officers and direc
tory to get the business of tho company
into shapo and prepnro at onco for tho
building of tho road through to Cairo.
This road will connect at this point with
tho Cairo and St. Louis road and will bo
tho seventh which will bo running into
this city within tho next year or eighteen
Elliott and Haythorn have just re
ceived an Immonso stock of boots and
shoes. Tho first floor is full and tho sec
ond floor is packed and jammed with the
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO L X V E I
Also, keep constantly on band a moat com
plete stock or
OOTCB AND IRISH WHISKIES1
rorl, Mftdark, Sherry and Catawba Wine
The weather is fine now and will bo for
some time, lirvant would never have
written "The melancholy days havo
como" il ho had spenl tlio Fall of tho
year in Cairo.
Thomas Wilion, isq., has returned
from Springfield, and, being chairman of
the Libornl congressional committoo, will
raako arrangements to organizo n lively
canvass in this part of Egypt.
xhe jut. carmoi 'iiegistor' comes to us
in a handsome now dress, fire proof in the
futuro, we hopo. Tho 'Register' is a bad
caso of a radical sheet, othorwiso it is a
good newspaper, and deserves success.
M OO. Mil eicltulielr for ruh. u
wkUh fcet that IbtIU tba aanaelal atua.
f ! kargala tmjers.
Mr. Henry Elliott has entored tho con
tost for City Troasttror. Ho is woll-known
in tho city and is highly esteemed. Ho
would mako a compotent and faithful of
ficer, and if eloctod will give to his con
stituents entire satisfaction.
Mr. Morris B. Wiley is announced as a
candidate for City Treasurer, and will re
ceive the hearty support of many of our
best citizens. Ho Is a gontloman in every
way competent to discharge the dutios of
the offico has brains, competency and In
dustry. An illuminated business card, just
turned out of The Bulletin job offico
for Phil U. Saup, Is tho finest ipoclmon of
letter press printing evor produced In
Cairo. We have lately prlntod cards pro
nounced by Judges to be almost up to tbe
top knotcb, but this beats all that have
The Turner's celebration yesterday
was highly enjoyed by the participants.
Tbo afternoon festivities woro entered
into with zest. Prof. Krugor's address
was very fine and gavo great ploasuro to
all who heard it. The ball in tbo
evening was u grand affair. A largo
crowd was prosent and tho dancing was
kept up till the small hours.
Mr. William Linton, a private dotec-
tlva or 5anesvllle, Ohio, arrived in this
city Sunday morning with a requisition
from Gov. Palmer, and n"tctd the arrest
In this city, Sentumbor ICth, 1872, at
mu ruiiuuuce oi mo oriues uncle, joiin
Antrim, Esq., by Rov. G. II. Thaver. Mr.
Christopher Hanny and Miss Ursula Gau-
inor, an or uairo.
A small but select circle of friends wit
nessed tho coremony which mado the
happy couple one. Mr. Hanny and his
fair brido are woll known In Cairo, and
tako with them, tho warmest wishess of
many frionds for their futuro happiness
and prosperity. They loft on the after
noon train yesterday for a bridal tour to
tho eastern cities, Niagara, etc.
Bids will bo recolved up to 2 p.m., tho
20th inst., by tbo Commissioners of High
ways for Townships 17. S. R 1 W.
3 o'clock p.m., at their oflico in tho Court
house, for filling and grading tho Cairo
and Mound City road at tho point known
as tbo Gooso pond, at so much per cubic
yard. Also for constructing a box culvort
in said fill ; work must bo commenced im
mediately and be prosecuted to completion
without delay, under tho direction of said
Commissioners. For all nocesiary jn for
mation and plans of work you are direc
ted to call on their chairman at tho Court
Tho Commissioners rcscrvo the right to
reject any or all bids.
Chah. E. A. Scokiki.
Tho best, most rollablo and cheapest
Pianos and Organs in tho market and on
torms to suit tbo purchasor. Old instru
ments taken in part payment for now
Thoso wishing to purchase instruments
had better buy of an agent who is ac
quainted with' tbe construction of instru
ments and ono that can bo reliod on.
Every instrument warranted for fivo years.
N. P. Curtice, Agent.
Four fid i iry rooms on tho second floor.
Inquiro at tho corner of Fourteenth street
and Washington avenuo. tf.
House for rent on Division street, bo
tween Twentieth and Twenty-first stroot
Apply to Mrs. Gaffnoy, Contral House.
Mrs. McGee has cleared her sholves of
summer goods to mako room for the large
and handsomo stock of Fall goods which
she will be now daily receiving through
the Fall season. Her well known good
taste and success in pleasing her many
customers is a guaranteo tbat only tbo
latest fashions and best quality of millinery
and fancy goods will be found at her es
tablishment. Ladles are cordially invited
to call and examino her bonnets, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, flowers, trimmings
fall sorts, etc., otc. 0-7 -tf.
Louis Blatau's saloon desorves tbo
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
boon very handsomely fitted up, and Is so
comfortablo that It Is a pleasure to while
away a sparo hour there. Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
winos, and with tho best of Fresh Lagor
Boer, and Woiss Boor tbat in deliciousonss
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, froo to
patrons, is spread overy day, and an article
of Swoltzor Cheese, tho best in tho raarkot,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau Invites
tho public to givo bim a. call, on Eighth
street, betweon Commercial avenue and
Ohio Loveo, opposite tbo Porry House, in
Riser's building. 7-2. d tf
Castokia Is a scientflic vegotablo pre.
paration ; a perfoct substltuto for and more
effoctivo than Castor Oil, and is pleasant
to tako. It cleanses the systom In a most
remarkablo manner; does not distress or
gripo, but operates when all othor remo
ves have failod. It is certain to sudon
cedePilli, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups and
all othorl'urgatlvo and oxcitlng modicinos
Tho Castoria contains neither Mlnorals,
Morphine nor Alcohol. By Its omoliont
soothing effoct, It aislmllntcs the food and
producos natural sleep, particularly adapt
ing it to crying and toothing children.
It cure Stomach Acho, Wind Colic, Con
stipatlon, Flatulonoy, Croup, nd kills
Worms. Make your druggist send for It ;
he will always keep It, as every family
must havo It. It costs but thirty-flvo cts,
a bottle. w-4w.
Office of Superintendent of Custom House, 1
Uaiko, Ills., Sept. litis, 172. J
Tho undersigned will soil at public auc
tion on Thursday, the 2Cth day of Septom
ber, at 10 o'clock a. m., on tho promises of
tho custom houso at Cairo, Illinois, gov
ernment proporty as follows, viz :
Small lot ash and walnut flooring and
Shovels and hoes.
Buckets, iron and wooden.
Largo lot of scaffolding plank.
Iron boams and scrap iron.
Nails and othor hardware
1 mortico machine, nearly new.
1 platform scales.
Screens and Slevos.
3 iron trucks.
6 work benches.
1 boll and fixtures.
1 grindstone with fixtures.
1 lottor press and stand.
Chairs and other articles too numerous
Terms of sale, cash. All goods must bo
removed within threo days from sale.
G. II. Sease, Superintendent.
An Advantaoe. A great advantage
possessed by tho Evonlng Star Stove is
that, owing to its capacity and draft, you
can burn almost any kind of wood, and, on
account of its substance and retention of
heat, you can run It with green wood after
it is heated, by having n small amount of
kindling material. Thoso having to pro
ps ro fuel for ordinary small stoves will an-
preciato this advantage. 0-15-d&w-lt
Eichonburg's clear and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity every day. It is
locatod on Eighth stroet between Wash
ington avenuo and Ohio lovoe. Tho Ern
poror William, In all bis majosty, stands at
mo aoor inviting mo puDiic to sample tbe
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Elchenburg
is determined to succeed, and if merit in
the goods can secure him success he will
not be disappointed, Go and see him.
Steamer Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
" Ollppor, Paducah.
" R. E. DoRussy.
" Grand Tower, Momphls.
" John Lumsdon, Evansvillo.
" Idlowild, Columbus,
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
Steamer Capitol City, St. Louis.
" Clipper, Paducah.
" R. E. DeRussy, Lower Mies.
" Beo, Now Orleans.
" Grand Towor, St. Louis.
" John Lumsdcn, Evansvillo.
" Idlowild, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Doxtor, Now Orleans.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats suppllod at any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tbo yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offored on favorablo
terms upon application.
II. V. Olypiiant,
D. A. Bokee, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
110AT8 TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho flno City of Chester loaves this
evening at G o'clock for Momphls and all
way landings. Tho beautiful Bello Mom
phls Is tho anchor lino packet, for St.
Louis and way points leaving nl 8 o'clock
this ovonlng. Tho now and flno atoamcr
'Frank P. Gracey is tho rogular packet for
Evansvillo and all points on tbo Ohio river
leaving at 0 o'clock thts ovonlng. The
Jim Fisk is tho regular packet for Padu
cah, leaving at 4 p.m., dally.
condition or the rivers.
Tho fall in tho Ohio at this place con
tinues at n slow ralo. Tho packets report
only 2G inches on Henderson's bar. On
Fronch Island thoro is less than 20 inches
Tho Mississippi is still falling with a G
UUSINE89 AND WEATHER.
Thoro was a fair amount of business
dono tt tho landings yesterday. Freights
aro scarce and in good demand. A cool
brcezo mado business or pleasuro trans
actions comfortablo. Dust thick, and rain
Tho old gun boat, Chillocotho, which,
has boon lying on tho bank up In tho bend
sinco tho closo of tbe war, was set on flro
Sunday afternoon, and burnod up. It was
in tho way of 0. & V. R. R., and had to
The Shannon and barge woro aground
on Uonderson's bar, whon tho Lumsdon
Col. Wood, a circus man, wants to char-
tor a light draft boat to carry his circus
up Red river.
Tho new steamer Frank P. Gracey has
been chartered by the Evansvillo and
Cairo packet company, to tako tho placo
or tho Lo Clairo.
The DoRussy goes into tho snag busi
ness between horo and Memphis. Sho
pulled up a snag below tho Kentucky
ferry landing yesterday. The S. H. Long
is working liko a beavor among tho snags
at Greenfield's bend.
Tho Bodmann left for St. Louis for a
Tho Belle Vernon has laid up hero. She
will have somo repairs dene.
City National Bank Bnlldliisr.
Special attention paid to orders lrom Hears
boats nlicht order
A rgular Convocation of Cairo R.
A. Chapter 17 will bo hold at tho
Masonic Hall this fTucsdavl
evening, Soptombor 17th, at 8 o'clock-
visuing companions aro rraternally m-
USYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
threo and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Beat
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,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
af WILEY & BIXBY'S.
On Eighth Hire et, between Commertle.1 and Waili
nxtou Avenues, la dally recelvlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST BFKINO AND SUMMER STYLES,
llesicles a lull lino or
BoasrasTEiTS & hats
I Trimmed and untnmmed,
FRENCH FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS
or all klnda, Lacei, etc., etc
Mrs. Mcfiee has alio
Fancy Articles, such aa
a large assortment o
NECK TI'.'.S, COLLARS. UNDER8LBEVE8.
HUFFS, BASHES, FANS,) '
And all other articles uiusJljr found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee, in addition to her "took or Fanor
and Millinery Ooodi, baa a One and complete aa
Hortment ol Olnoinnitl Ouatom Made Ladlea
nd Misses' Shoes and Ohlldrena' Hoot, Black
ami in Colora. These are acknowledged to be
bit finest and belt shoes in the market, and thl
he only place In the city tbat makes them
The Illinois Central Rail Hoad Company now
Oder for sale the following described lots In Firs
Addition to the City of Cairo, Tin
" IS " iiO, 27 ' 82
' 6 " 82, 28 ' 82. '
' 0 83, SI 82.
" 3 ' 82. " 82 sa!
orterms,ete, apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
Our Home Advertisers.
UeMBIlMIUN ANB FeBWABBINO.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
PLASTERER'S HAIR, .
NO. 71 OHIO LEVKK, UNDER CITY NATION
JHTFor the purpose of building up a
wholesale trade In Cairo. I will sell to deal
ers and contractors In lots of M) barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccessors toStratlon, Hudson Clark,)
67 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS yor FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVKE,
W. M. WILLIAMS, JAB. KINSLEY,
Late or Vickeburg, Miss, Late ol Cin'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Bl'KCIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOnWAHDINO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLI8 k SON,
(Succesiora to John II. i'liillia,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
M 12 It VII A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agenti of
1110 RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvke,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucceasori to E, 11. Hendrloss A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
JaS Liberal Adrancemenia made t
ltA upon Consignments. asWf
Are prepared to rocelre, store and forward
freights lo all points and buy and
sell on oommlsslon,
V-Iluslnesi attended to promptly;
Z, D. MATH UBS.. X. 0 .UHL
MATHUSS k UHL,
AND a EN KB AL
COMMIS BIONMeRC HANTS
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. 64 OHIO LKVafB.
Our Home Advertisers.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. '72
KENTUCKY JEAN!, 7XTEA,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF OARPRTING
HI Eatlsr Mlek '"
VERY LOW FIGURES.:
CORNER 8TU ST. AXD COMMERCIAL-AY-,
HARRY WALKER A CO., Prop'rs.
This home ! newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon Is stocked with the Best
are compounded in the most approved style
BSirCome and see for yourself. They keep
on hand a tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CnEESE AND IIOL
are spread morning and evening at nlu
o'clock, at which all are Invited to partliv--'
pate free of charge. 8-IHd
BOOT AND 8HOE HTOBE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., near Atheneum.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATH, PMVitr.
toe Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Beat brand of Csliro U Cigars u recellvJ,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with tbe best
0r tables ; and bar supplied with wtnei, liquor
ftud cigars of the fluent brands,