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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1872.
WMklHM Aem. .
The streets nro bomlngjhuly gt n
Fo feathers for pillows, beds, etc., go
U II. Levi, No- 03 Oh"
Call on Blum 4 Amion's en Eighth
street, for dry goods.
Lamm, ask to lee Mm. Swander's now
crlnollno ktrt end buitle combined.
Justice Mt with even balances yester
day. Note single c&io was brought be
'ore ber all day long.
Fbmu oysters received dally and for
..t. hr ttin who a or half can at rim
Mr. Frank Haofola has opened meat I deputy sheriff $1,200, sheriff as exotticio
market on Washington avenuo nott door collector for tho rovonuo of tho county
to- Tanner' grocory store, between Tenth $1,600. Tho question li doubtful whotbor
ad Klovonth streets, to which ho invites tho colloctor of revonuo wilt bo conQned
the attention of tho public. Tho best of to a salary of $1,000. or bo ontilled to the
maUof nil kinds kept constantly on band whole amount of tho fees of his oflloo
and dolivorcd to any part of tho city, that It, 3 per cent, of all rovonuo collected
Market opon morning and ovonlnir ovory by him.
Ulankknuuko aheadI Winos and Ci
gars t oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tbo Tost Office-
Finest of Liquors, Froo Lunches and mu
sic every day. Tho great Liberal and
Doraocratic,Orcoly & Brown drinko "VVkis
Beer, is mado a specialty, and Fredpridot
himself UDon kecolnc the freshest and
coolest In tho ctiy. Lemonades the cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho finest
Go there. 0-27tf
One Team Mules, also ono Team work
horses, Cheap for Cash only.
10-1-dlw. IIuse, Loomis, & Co.
Agiritouo general nouso work In a
small family. Apply at No. 32, Tenth
street, or at Bulletin office.
tf. E. A. Burnett.
Motuero, examine Mrs. Swandor's un
A.rwmr tar Infants. You will bo do
Otrx nieces of buslneis will be clot
Thursday and Friday, 3d and 4th, the
Jewish New Year. H. Levey.
Messrs. A. Eschbach, Geo. Woldon, R.
O. Thatcher and Harry Walker furnished
the money to givo the late William Rose
decent burial $23 0 0.
II. Levi, No. 03 Ohio levoc, has a largo
stock of feathers on hand which he offers
in lots and on terms to suit families.
WATER-proof St. Louis Lager beer at
the Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
It you wish to inaulgo In a delicious
cigar, patronizo P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popula Tobacco and
Cigar store. tf
Iryou want Fine Teas or Coffoes, Spico
or canned Fruits, choico fresh Butter, or
the very best Flour, go toT. W. Carrlco's
grocery store on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
Mrs. McGee, on Eighth street, has just
brought on a largo and elegant stock of
fall and winter millinery, and desires to
call spoclal attention to her handsomu col'
lection of hats, bonnots and flowers. Tho
latter aro among tho finest ever opened In
the city, and aro marked at vory low
nrlcos. Mrs. McGoo lias also a beautiful
assortment ot ribbons, laces and trimming
of all kinds, collars, undcrilcoves, notions,
etc., etc., all of the newest fashions and all
to bo sold tor a moro trifle above cost.
Office Cairo City Ferry Co.
Notice is horoby given that a meeting
of tho stockholders of this company will
bo bold at tho company's office, comer o
Cth and Loveo street, in this city, on Tues
day, October 8th, 1872.
S. Staats Taylor, President.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 21st, 1872.
0-2 2. td.
I. O. O. F.
Louis Blattkau, whom evorybody
knows, and who Is tho friend of evory-
bodr. is now fully installed in his now
Tho next regular meeting of
tho Alexandor lodge (Oct. 3d)
will open at 7 o'clock sharp.
Tho "Degree of Rebeka" will be confercd
at 8 o'clock. Tho ball will bo opened for
tho uso of momber and their families
. I'r..l. . I. l,
quarter., v . .Sut ,nvIlcd B . , k , eoe
fers to the public the best St. Louis beer hlion f tb"nn,""y of ih0-
tbo choicest brands of wino and tbo purest
By order of tho lodgo.
liquors to bo found in tho city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
recoption, will insure to him a generous
share of public patronage. Come and
soo Louis in his new homo. IIo has a wel-
como for evorybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
For Rent, a two story Business house,
on Commercial avenue, bctwoon Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding house
Apply to John Heoakty, No. 89, Ohio
The crossing on orth sido of
Washington avenue at 8th street, is in a
very bad condition. Tho west end for a
space of ten feet has been ontiroly torn
way, and in wet woathor it is a porfect
mud hole, which is impassible. It should
be repaired immediately.
Messrs. Harrison, & Co., tlshors caught
an alligator garr in tho Ohio river yester
day, which measured S feet 8 inches in
length, and weighs 75 lbs. It is a mon
ster fish, with teeth like a shark and eyes
that have a terribly wicked expression in
them. Harry Walker purchased the mon
ster, and will have it stuffed.
Mr. Jno. Hafele, proprietor of the
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth street.
Keeps tbo very best of meat always on
hand, and will delivor it in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds at any
time to any part of the city free of charge.
As tho winter season is approaching it
is time that all our merchants should ad-
ertiso tho goods which they have pur
chasod and liavu begun to receive for the
supply of tho trade. Unless the public
know where goods can bo found it is
hardly likoly that many purchases will bo
made. Merchants aro most prosperous
who mnko freost use of printor's ink, bo
causo pooplo will persist in thinking that
tho man who hesitates to advertise does so
because ho has nothing worth calling tho
attention of tho public to. Our columns
aro opon to every one, our circulation
largo and wo will tako great pains to
make each advertisement and nolico just
what is wanted. Send in your cards.
The ferry boat, Cairo, laid all night at
Birds point according to agroument,
watching for Backenstoso's circus caravan
to make its appearance through tho paw
paw bushes, but all in vain, and at
o'clock in the morning wont about Its
usual triangular business. Back enstose
had crossed at Greenfields.
Our old friend Mr. II. Levi, tho Ohio
lovee hide and fur merchant, whom ovory
body in this neighborhood is acquainted
with, has returned from a thrco months,
pleasuro trip and is again immersed in
business. Much of his absence was spent
among relatives in St. Louis, and the re
maindorjwas passed at St. Paul, La Crosse
and tho falls of tho Minnlehaha. Mr,
Levi has been in business in this city for
eight years through good and bad times,
knowing with tho rest of us that at some
futuro day Cairo is bound to become a
great commercial centre. Coming hero a
mere boy with but littlo capital to go
upon, bo has worked himself into a flour
ishing business, and an enviable reputation
for honesty, candor, and strict attention to
his own business. Mr. Lovl is ono of tho
principal merchants in his lino iu South
ern Illinois, an esteemed citizen and a
gentleman in all his dealings.
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by II. Levi for hides, tullow,
feathers, etc. II. Levi does a very largo
trado in his line, and it is a well known
fact that bo always pays tho highest prices
to bo obtained in this market. Ho is pay
Hides, dry flint lb 10 to 17c
Uidos, greon salted li lb 8 to 'J Jo
Deer skins R lb 20 to 25c
Tallow "H It) Sto Co
Feathers lb 30 to 65c
EICHIIOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichtloff has purchased tbo Inter
est of his brothers in the abovo establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnituro manufacturing business with
groat success. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant ovory article bo manufactures. IIo
has also a full stock of Ktdtttads, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
witbui but a fow hours. Tho Bolfast
was not qulto so well fixed, and laid horo
24 hours freighting. Both had good pass
ongor trips. Tho Ada Hollman loads
horo for Momphls, and will cot a good
trip. Sbo enmo nonr being blown to
peices by tho rocont storm bolow horo.
She had threo largo boxes of freight blown
ovorboard, and hor ofllcors thought cor
tain sho would bo dlstroycd. Mr.
Loo Sargent, second clerk In
tho Evansvllle trade, passed through
hero yesterday for his homo at Evansvllle.
Ho has Just rcturnod from tlio Hot springs,
whoro ho has boon for his health, and wo
nro pleased to sco that tho trip has done
Tho Bollo Memphis did notarrlvo until
lato yesterday forenoon, having boon do
talned by fog tho first night out.
Tho city of Chester was also dotaincd
by tho fog, and did not get hero until yes
torday about noon. Sho lost threo hours
by grounding ot Devil's Island.
Tho Eddy vlllo brought In a fair trip of
freight and people Tho tug Mon
tauk wont down to Bacon rock day
beforo yestorday and placed a largo buoy
Thero is just enough water over it to
mako it interesting for those who do not
know its exact location.
"My Choico" is tho namo Captain J. A
Blackmoro has selected for his new tow
boat boing built nt Freedom.
Copt. Zelglcr of tho City of Chester
stopped off this trip to ottond tho mar
riage of his son. Captain Townscnd com
mands tho Chester this trip.
STEAMBOAT BU TCHER,
City National Ilauk Hnildluir.
MpociM attention paid to orders (rem Meani
boats night ordaT
83.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tancr'a
to purchase saddles and liar
j i ii j
ness, ai nis sauttie store on
Washington avenue. AI
Kinas oi repairing none on
saddles and harness, and ear
rirge painting and trimmin
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at JNo.l in Cairo.
Fallis Hurd. In this city, at tho
residenco of Capt. D. Hurd, tho bride's
father, on Seventh street Tuesday ovon
ing October 1st 1872, by Rev. H. B.
Thayer, Mr. Edwin H. Fallis, and Miss
Annio Hurd, all of this city.
The wedding was a most magnificent
affair, and a very largo company o( our
leading citizons wero present to witness
tho imposing ceremonies.
ThoLridal presonts wero costly, unlquo
and abundant, and tho entertainment
sumptuous. Every thing passed off to tho
ontiro satisfaction of all present.
Yesterday morning tho hnppy couplo
etartod East on a wedding tour, cairylng
with thorn tho good wishes of many
STOP AND READ!
Our Homo Advertisers.
3ST :fi w
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY I
A place where you can buy at much for
at you call elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
iRsr- xou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono 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
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Tho undersigned would respectfully In
form tho public that they' hnvo fitted their
now storo houso on Eighth street with tho
finest and best nssortcd stock of
general merchandise ovor beforo brought
to this market, and In order
to securo a largo portion of tho patronago
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAil.
LIS 11 ME XT IN THE VIOIXITY.
Our stock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall mid
wintor trado of this locality, nnd consists j
of Ladies. Gents and Children's i
SOOTS & SHOES,
HATS 5c CAP3.
And all other articles to bo found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establishment.
Wo call especial cttontion to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which departmont is completo in
all its details. Our stock of
is tho largest In tho city, and wo aro en
abled to offer special inducements to purchasers.
In Gentlemens' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prop&rod to meet all de
mands Reprices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of ovory ono to buy
whoro goods aro cboapest and best
wo cordially invito tho public
to call and cxamino our stock beforo pur
Our establishment is located on tho east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenuo.
9.2 .i3m. Blum & Amsox.
Cor. WantiliiKUin Av null KlKlilts fit. ,
FXTXjXjS- O !F IE IN" IE ID
Where we will keep
AGO M P L K T K S T O O
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES!,
SICK-KOOU AND NUItSEltr Al'l'UANCCa, 4
As a teamster was driving his team up
the Missouri bank at tho ferry landing
yesterday the mules stopped to rest, which
so exasperated him that he took a club and
beat them over tbeir heads. The conse
quence was that it took twenty-flvo men
three quarters of an hour to get tho wagon
and mules out of the river, liully.
At one o'clock yesterday morning two
ladies of color made the neighborhood of
Commercial avenue and Eighth stieet,
wild with noise and confusion in conse
quence of a slight difference of opinion
which they discovered to exist botween
them. In trying to remove it, they
punched each other, pulled wool,
scratched, bit and swore fearfully. Nei
ther was much hurt, however, when they
Tub office of the Cairo City Coal Com
pany has been moved from the room over
White & Greer's store to the office of the
Ciaro City wharfboat. Major Ed. Halll
day has charge of the coal business, with
Mr. II. Given Uagey as book keoper.
The change in the location of th-j office
will be very deslrablo to steamboat men
as it will save many a long trip 'up tbo
muddy wharf in wintry dark nights.
Habuy i: Greenwood, ut their estab
lishment at 105 Commercial avenue, are
receiving large lots of ladles' and mines'
custom tnaae shoes, gaiters, etc., of tbe
very oesi quality, wmcn llity offer at
prices lower than can bo found elsewhere,
Every shoe is warranted to bo just as rep
resented by them. They uro supplied by
firms in whom they have unbounded con
fldence and manufacture largoly them
selves. Call and examine tbeir stock.
Wm. Eulchs, tbo popular shoe maker,
Twentieth street, nearly opposita tbo court
bouse, has just received tho largest, best
and in every respect the most carefully se
lected stock of all grades of leathers ever
before brought into this market, and Is
prepared to furnish to his old customers
nnd new customers, and tbe public gener
allymen, women, bays and girls alt
kinds of the best-mado boots and shoes,
plain and fine, manufactured in the West,
lie has Justly earned tbe roputation of bo
ing the best shoe maker in Cairo, and do
aerves extensive patronage from all who
take pride is our meritorious home Indus
Large consignments of froight from
Cincinnati, for New Orleans and tho
south generally, has begun to arrive by
rail, which, with all other ' freight from
the north is pushed forward promptly by
our forwarding merchants. Uorotofore
Cincinnati shippers havo usod southern
railroadsa1most entirely for theshipmont
of tbolr freight during very low water
soaion, but they are beginning to find that
aituougli the railroad facilities aro not
what thoy should, and oventually will be,
it is cheaper to send their freight over the
vj. ix ji. una i. u. ii&uroaas to lie re-
shipped at this point. Onr forwarding
merchants havo ofton sought this
trado, knowing tho advantage that
it would provo to shippors, but
buvo boon unsuccessful in obtaining
it, shippers claiming that our facilities for
fowarding promptly wero not sufficient.
This foolish notion has boon overcomo by
months of pationt demonstration. Evory
cargo that has boon shipped hero during
the present season, and every car load that
has como ovor tho railroad lias boon sent
forward without dolay. Whon tho Cairo
com and Vincennes railroad is
ploted tho last objection to this routo
will havo beon removed, and during seasons
liko thoprosont tho vast Southern trado of
Cincinnati and tbe country round about it
will be supplied through Cairo.
The county court yesterday appointod
Jas. S. Swayno and Col. Georco W. Mc-
Kaig judges of election in placo ef D. T
Linegar and Capt. Phillips, who refused to
servo. It also advanced to tho highway
commissioners of townshtp 17, six hun
dred dollars for tho improvomont of the
road from Cairo to Mound City so as to
make it passable tho commissioners to
refund the said COO dollars to tho county
when tho ruvenuo shall havo been collected
An order was made to advertlso for bids
for contracts to publish tho proceedings of
me county court for one year including
tbe Decombor term. Suid contracts to bo
lot at tho noxt term of court. Tho con-
vrutu uro iu uiuiuuo mo publication of
tho names or all personal tax-payors in
the county, and tho gross that each one is
assessed. Also the publication of tbe
abatement list of personal taxes.
An order was also made to advertise
for all other county contracts to bo lot at
the next December terra of court.
The court levied $1 20 on each one
hundred dollars of equalized valuation as
a railroad tax, which will amount to about
sixty cents on the county valuation.
The court fixed the salaries of the next
circuit clerk, sherifl and county collector
as follows i circuit clerk 1,S00 per year ;
assistant fl ,000 ; sheriffs office l,50o!
belongs only to tho Immortals, but who
over uses the fraerant Sozodont can at loast
defy time to injure ono of tbo elements of
beauty, a good set ot teetb.
Steamer Belfast, St. Louis.
" Suslo Silver, St. Louis.
11 Ada Ilellman, Memphis.
' Hello Memphis, Memphis,
" City of Chester, St. Louts.
" Eddyvillo, Evansvllle.
" Wm. Cowan, St. Louis.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Belfast, New Orleans.
" Susie Silver, New Orleans.
" Uellu Memphis, St. Louis.
" City ot Chester, Memphis.
" Eddyvillo, Evansvllle.
" Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
IIIO MUDDY COAL.
Stoamboats suppllod at any tuno, both
day and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tbo yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olyi'UAnt,
D. A. IIokek, Gen'l. Supt.
Salos Agect 3-15-ly.
1IOATB TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tbo flno and fast Anchor lino Grand
Tower is tho regular packet leaving at 0
o'clock this evening for Memphis and
way points. Tho elegant steamer Ada
Ileilman will leave fur all points botween
horo and Memphis to-day at 0 o'clock.
Tho Exporter is duo to-day, bound for
Now Orleans, and will depart at S o'clock
p.m. Tbe regular packot for Evansvillo
and all points on the Ohio rivor loaves
this ovoning at 4J o'clock. Tho Jim
Fisk, Jr., is tho packot for Paducah and
way points this evoning at 1 j o'clock.
CONDITION OK THE lUYKItS.
Tho fall ill tho Ohio at this point during
the past 24 hours was ubout threo inches.
At Pittsburg, tho rivor is steadily falling
Tbodecllno In tho rivor at Cincinnati and
Louisville continues, and the channol will
soon bo as low as it was bcioro tho Into
rise. Tbo packets report threo foot bo
twoen hero aud Evansvllle. The Missis-
sippi is still on tho decline with flvo and
half feet largo In tho channol.
HUHINESS AND WKATUK.K.
Business on tho levee was quite activo
during the day. Tho sky was clear and
tbo air was very pleasant.
Tbe Belfast and Susie Silver camo out
without grounding. The latter bad nearly
all tbe freight she wanted, and remained
Pure SPARKLl.NU SODA AVATEIt
GENUINE FItUIT SYKUPS
Cau not be excelled . Vi! al-o draw the
BLUE LICK W A T E 11 S
NO. 104 COMMERCIAL A V EN UK,
Both Fiikncii and Scotch cashimcueho
all colors. IIeavehs and Hiioad-ci.otiis
constantly on hand, unit all good warranted.
In all it- braliehe.i al-o carried on.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATKH, Proprietor.
108 Cnmmercikl ATenua, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Iletl brand of Ctllfo UCigaralu recelvJ(
HILLIAHI) saloon furnished with the best
oftubleN ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and clears of thouent lranl.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Cominercial-ave.,
Alo, a choice lot of (,'lrar, ol extra qua!
Ity, (-old at reasonable price, uur
PRESCRIPTION J)T2PA RTMENT
receive oticclal attention and caie
at all hour in charge of computci
and careful tiartie-. Prueriitlon raretuhv
compounueu at uu noun iay oriiigiu.
NONE HUT THE PUItEST AND BE
M EDICINE3 l)lsl'KNsi:i.
htovkn. 'riNWAiu:, rn
GREEN & GILBERT,
Wllllm H.Green. ,
Williun li Gilbert, V
aWHpecm. attontion glren to Admlmltr sod
0KKI0K OHIO LKVRH, HOOMH 7 AND 6 OVKn
OITT NATIONAL 11ANK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE,
Proprietors of tho
SALOON AND READING
Corner 7th street and
tSTThe best brands of Clfe'iirH, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc., always on hand tt
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gu ritter's and number's material, Wood
pumps, globe and angle t1ti, stop
oocki, check TMies.sto.
Also aqiit rot
Ttt f la Brotlian Patent Dry Una Met r
And Morenoui. Wslli Oo'e Automatic WU
Indlosior mid Supply Valve for steam boilers.
WINTaa'g SLOCK, COMMSXC LAW VINO
MRS. M. S WANDER,
hmi opened out an exteniilve atock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the rerv
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMI'KIHICH
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACKS, VRINOK8, KID QLOVKB, HOBIKRT
and all articles usualljr kept in a nrtt-claia mil
Mm. Kandcr Invite the public to call and in
rc:t her stock, whieh ahe will take pleasure In
liDwIna tn old aa wall new mmlorrerfi.
HEAL KMX AT K AUENC1.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
H (bkcond floor) oiiio lxvxx,
Buy and Sjcll Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIBLB
And ptepare Conrsyaaass ef Kinds!
A. II A li L K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothen Wrinirc
Ware, Coal lloda, Kirs tihofela, Air Gate.
ZINC, COPPER AND SIIEE1
No. 166 Washington-avenuo
SWKooflnic. OutlerinK, and
work done at phortent nolle..
all kinds of)o
Cnrea Colic andOrlplnt-la
the llowalt, and facll. aloe
lUUlui aim vuuuieui
the process ot TtatlilDg
cornet all iIImum Incldant to f
inunu ana vuuureu, .
Cnrn TJlarrhota, Ijint
abd Bummr uompiaitiSji
Children of all agti. '
ItelletM pain, waknMori- I -rm I
hauitlonln 15 or20mlnutai,glT- V MW
lug tone aud power to Ihe tjilem. J OXIrIg
tt l the Infanlt' and Children's Ureat Eoolhlcr
Remedy, In all disorders brought on bjr tMthlng r
any other came. ...
Hi rrllculr In cainnr lor nns, iwiiAinii e
EYIlOl'. and taka no other.
1'reparedbT tl ORAKTOt MEDICINE CO , St
Ixiule, Mo. Bold t7 DruggiiU end Daalars la
WUU1 I WOOD I I WUOL I I
The undermxned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An C'rtenp, It nut C'lirnper
had any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave order
on tin: Mate ut the roltotucu and at Ho
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
'l entil and twe II t streets. Cairo. Ha s. I
givo good measuru and will cord tho wood
up ii iicsiruu.
a''glO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
Successor to U.S. Haircll.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Commer
elal and Washington Avenues,
NEW EUJtNITUIlE STOUE.
has opened n New Furniture Storo on
Commercial neime, oppoMlo Seventh
street, and respectfully ealliittentlon
of tho citizens of Cairo and stir
roundliij,' country to his
LATtGE ,VND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
All new, and warruntcd of the
THE VERY HE ST MANUFACTURE
He guarantees satisfaction both in prlco
gild minllty of goods.
UsM wan on mm Melon you mane your
q, BUY.MJG'AMD ILLDOYOiLOOQIk
in rlmlnir the blood and aronelog tbe liter act
etcretlt organe to a healthy action, Dr. llenrj e
itnr.1 ni iMunt I'liie cure maoT couipiaime wuku t
would not be enppoied they could. rrach-euc ks
Hrntlncnc, s-nm in ine miur, nniier t i
r hA II niwU Mnrl Ffll. DllllnrM. I
CUIIlnrea, Hhcumnllaiii, VonrilKlnV
I.OM or APVeUIC, lllliona mwjnvatrwjr,
liiiinvr Affection. S'onitlnntlon, (
bllllr, Fercra f all kind, ljrtr
In. Jitiinfllcc. ami other klndrfJ cbintiamj
arlilDK from a low etatc of th body, or obtlruclU
M.r It funrtlnna.
Uelng free from Mercury and omer poi'one my
can he tikenat all tlmeeand under all clrcumiUu
, m wif hntit ttrn tn diet. LutinAie or ideaitir.
Thef eumiivuo ilia weaaenca au uni.rar
t.rti Into heallhr action, citlnir them alreogth t
disburden theintelf ee and throw oil the okitructlone . j
which ara the Tint cau.i or uiiewe, wnaeai
proiluclaKCillivr unuKf-iaur srrlplnt;. t;
Allheaty and drowiy eenutlonf, which ara Ibajfc
f irerunnere of direful dleeaeei each ae Apoplr xy.
l'rnlyt lr NlrohPH, Ac. are effectually warde
bit by a few doteeof the.a eearchlnic Tllle.
fall dLrtrttot). troqed .h ut, la K&iU.b, OcrauA, rrfue
l'"pitM ij HsiOrtOoa urtxoCt , n.tnt: V:
all t Uruuu u.1 Litter iu UvUcIlm ertrwLtre.
CLEAR AND j
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
A Dprfiwtlv I'lear iirciiaratlon In one bow
tic, n ra-ilv applied a water, for restoring)
to (jrav liafr Its natural color and youthful
appearance, to erndlcitc and prevent dand
niir, to promote the growth of the balr and
top ll-lallliioiil. It li entirely h.iniile,aiidL
peneuliv irec iroin unv poisonous Miimanco:
and wllf. therefore, take the place of all tho'
dlrtv and iiiipleaant prcparntlont now In
tie." Numeroii teftlmonijN have been sent
iii from many of our inoet prominent tin-,
.ens In etervthln In which tbe nrtlclcs
!IU 111 uu Ulf fiiijrr.iwii.w.iu, vincinu
DI.-COVEKY, 1 perfeet. It i warranted
tv contain neither Mlirar of Lead Milphlir or
Nitrate of Silver. It toes not soli tho clothoel
i. k....lf t .i.rr.ii.'ilill lwirrniiif.il. fiml tllllLi.aH
one or the be"t dre-1n" fo. the llulr in u 9.
It restore the color of tbo Hair "more ew
r.mi ...i.i niiti.irttiii- fii'iii fill!' .ii ii.tr T)ri.Tinri
I loll, mill aivai doe- w in iro.u inree iv
.1..- . lrln..lK- f ...til I nr. lli.. rrwitu teltli f lie
nonr n iil' ii i i', neee.irv lo ll ltouiu .
ami liealtliv comiitioii: it reton tin; uo-s
. . ... . i. r .1. (
e.'iven nun iiiiiuei u new LTfiiu in torsi
nair more jio-iuveiy inaji unyiiiini; i,;v.
i lie m linn en i ion oi iiii iv oniii rim iiihcov .
elfeet on tint ealp and trivet tbe Hair a
plealiig and elegant appearance.
Call at your ilni'lt for it and take no
other. If he has not got it let him order it
Prlco $1 per bottle.
Iin flitnr ami Proprietor, VuhlliKton D,C,
.lOH.NVlON. HOLLOWAY &. 'o.,
(ieneral Aircut. l'hlladeliihiu,
.INO. F. HENKV ami F. f. WIM.I.S.tt'O.,
New York, ami to be bad ol Wholesale)
dnunrM", iery whoro. J-'J'Jtr
K V E N I N G
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TOOIVK A MOHK UMKOHM A.VD I'LKAHANT
11KAT, TO UBB LESS WOOIJ, AKE MOKE
CAUKFULLV FITTED, AHK 110IIK
KAH1 ,Y ANI Oil EAl-LY MOUNTED,
AHK U.SDKK 510 UK I'EllFtCT
CONTHOL, HAVE A rlTUONOEH
OIvo better satisfaction, and sold for a
Less Price than any
ill the maiket. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUFG COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
O. W. HENDERSON,
The Illinois Central IUiI Itoad Company now
oiler for Hale tho following described tola la FirsJ
Addition to the City of Cairo, vlii
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block 6i,
" JS " SO, iff 83,
' " 82, ' US " 82,
' 0 " 82, 31 " 82,
' 3 " 82, " HI " 82.
ortrm,el. apply to JAMEH JOHNSON,
Mil r en
FOR SALE, ) gor gala t FOR SALE,
I r or Bale J
"OR SALE.J rSfriSiSlFOR BALE.
Faro from LivxurooL,
Faro from Lonocmdkbbt
Fere from Olasqow,
Faro from Quxxmbtowh
TO CAIRO, i i i i i i i i e8'H0
HaUord, Morns Ca