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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1872.
PaIUtiH Iletlss BtslMIss
Tiic bars re all dour to St. Lotth.
Wood for $1 00 per load at Uio Box
Mr. Fraxk Hundlky
IO-5-o o d-3m.
from hU late Wlt safo and tingle.
Judok Bros ti out electioneering
again, and Esquire Shannossy holds the
The steamer Nashvillo was hard
ground on Shawnoototvn bar when the
Gracy pined her.
For fetbor for pillows, beds, etc., go
to H. Lerl, No. 93 Ohio lovoo.
The Exporter was aground at Fountain
Bluff yesterday rooming when tho St.
Luke rtasied. which Is the latest hnd of
JcsT received and for sulo by D. Hurd
& Son, fifty half barrels of cranborrics,
and fifty tubs of choice buttor. 10-4-Gt.
Tiik weather whs vory warm yesterday,
so warm as to make people almost regret
that tbey bad stopped Inking ice.
Fresh oysters recolvcd dnily and for
sale by the whole, or half can at Phi
Father Vincent Hays, a Catholic
priest, en routo to Galrcston, Texas, took
passage on tho James Howard yesterday.
CiFT. Billy illliams is suffering
a little indisposition ho says, from "a sebore
co'd wich 'as setted in 'is doso." Poor follow.
Thk tow boat Atlantic rotutned to St.
Louis from this port takln up tho tow of
barges brought by the Bco from Now Or
leans. The Boo wllllurn back from this
port taking tho tow brought out by tho
Atlantic, and two barges loaded at this
Mn. Tom Dauiiaii, clerk of tho Hollo
Vernon, tins quit the river for good and
departed for his homo In Pittsburgh, Pa.,
whoro ho will cngngo In tho hat or somo
othor business. Ho snys thoy havo
bad boiled water under him just long
Mr. Marcus Kilburn, who has been
engaged in tho manufacture ot coopors1
truss hoops in this city for two years past,
has suddenly determined, for rensons sat
Isfactory to hlmsoll, to movo his family
and factory to St. Louis. The movo will
bo consummated In a few weeks.
It is now pretty definitely settled that
tho Tyrono will carry Backonstose's groat
circus on an extended river tour, com
menclng on Monday next, at which tlmo
tho company will havo roturned from their
exhibitions nt Mound City, Oolconda nnd
Anna, Illinois. Tho first trip after tak
ing possession of tho Tyrone, will bo to
Metropolis and Paducnh, after which they
will exhibit in cltios south of this port.
Mr. 'Walters, tho lumber merchant,
has begun tho erection of a frame building
on tho lot, on Commercial avenuo near
Twelfth street, formerly occupied by Mr.
B. S. llarroll's lurnituro store, in which
will bo placed all machinery necossnrv for
n first class planing mill. It will Iks run
by steam powor and contain saws for cut
ting circles, keys, etc., and eventually all
kinds of work in this lino will bo per
formed In it.
by travol this road will be tho most pleas
ant drlvo nenr this city, nnd is already a
great convenience "Wo were particularly
Impressed with tho magnltudoof tho work
of grading nnd filling which Is being per
formed on tho Culro and Vincenncs rail
road, from tho crossing of tho Contral at
tho end of Commercial nvonuoon to Oooso
pond, nnd tho wonderful nmount of earth
which is bjlng hauled to mako a founda
tion for their round house, machine shops,
dopots, etc. It Is hnrdly poeslblo to est!
mnto the amount of monoy it will cost to
jiut that portion of tho road in running
order, in consequence of tho extra work
thoy are compcllod to do to bring their
property nbovo tho reach of high water,
But cost what it may, human minds havo
decided that it shall bo accomplished, nnd
human hands assisted by modern sclenco
aro adequate to tho work.
Ono Tcnm Mules, nlso ono Team
horses, Cheap for Cash only.
10-l-dlw. II use, Loomis", & Co.
Frciout is arriving in a lively manner
from Northern ports and all southward
bound boats get as much as they wish to
TiliRE are rooms for ten good boarders
at the Court-Houso hotel, and tho table
supplied with the best in tbo market.
Tut Frank P. Oracy brought out a big
trip from Evansville, and drow only
thirty incsbes water. She is truly a mon
ster carrier on thirty inches.
VATEE-proof St. Louis Lager beer nt
the Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dompness, and novor
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
Mrs. McQee, on Eighth street, has just
brought on a largo and elegant stock of
fall and winter millinery, and desires to
call special attention to hor lmndsomu col
lection of hats, bonnets and flowers. The
latter aro among tho finest ever opened in
the city, and aro marked at vory low
prices. Mrs. McQee has also a beautiful
assortment oi ril.bons, laces and trimming
of all kinds, collars, underscores, notions,
etc., etc., all of tho nctvost fashions and all
to be sold lor a moro trillu nbovo cost.
The crossing on tho north side of
Eigh h street at Washington avenuo is
being made new, and nil persons who are
called upon to pass that way will be
Two boys irom Missouri, one of them
a son of Mr. Greealetf, attempting to run
away from home, were caught on the
whirfboat by Mr. James Law and per
suaded to chango their minds.
The Nashville got off Shawneetown bar
and reports 3 feet scant to Evansville. Shi
will add freight here to-day and depart
for Memphis to-night. She discharged
Mr lot of freight at this port.
r Rev. Fred L. Thoui son writes that if
he is assigned to this charge by tho con
ference, now in session, he will bring a
missionary with him, Is this intended as
a reflection upon our civilization?
The Jno. Kyle brought lit! casks, 200
barrels pitch for the Illinois Central rail
road, 1,300 barrels salt, 2,300 bars railroad
iron, 60 bales moss, 60 casks wine, 60 bales
cotton, 40 bales cotton sheeting, 3G bales
cotton batting for St. Louis.
The Greeley and Brown club of this
city will hold its meetings on Tuesday
evenings of each weok hereafter. Jno. II.
Oberly bas been requested to nddress tho
club next Tuesday evening, and a full at-
tendence of tho club is requested.
Capt. Dahkau talks soinowhatof put'
ting the Belle Vernon in tho Wittonburg
Girardeau and Cairo trade if tho Tyrono
goes with the circus troupe. "Wo think
the Belle would do well in that tradu, as
we are sure that a packet is needed.
It you wish to iriauigo In a dolicious
cigar, patronize P. Saup, Commercial ave
nuo If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, oto
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. tf
For Rent, a two story Business house,
on Commercial avenuo, botwecn high
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding house.
Apply to John Heoaktv, No. 60, Ohio
Police business was not very plentiful
yesterday. Sinners aro not very well
provided with cash. John Ilines was up
for drunkenness, but was dismissed on tho
promise that wciss beer would be his com
forter hereafter. James Clayton for the
same offence paid $1 and costs.
John McKay, a pedlar from Anna, got
into an altercation with his landlord, Mr.
John Hagerty, about some change, in
which Mr. Hagerty struck him. Hag
erty was finoi $5 and costs, but refused
to pay, threatening to take an appeal.
McFay was allowed to go free, as justice
could not soo from the evidence that be
had been guilty of anything wrong.
AVm. Eiilers, tbo popular shoe miser
Twentieth street, nearly opposita the court
house, bas just received the large:, best
and in overy 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
and new customers, and the public geser-
ally men, women, biys and girls all
kinds of the best-made boots and shoes,
plain and fine, manufactured in the West.
He has justly earned the reputation of be
ing the best shoe maker in Cairo, and de
serves extensive patronage from all who
take pride in our meritorious homo indus
A girl to do general houso work In n
small family. Apply nt No. H2. Tenth
street, or nt Bulletin oulco.
tf. E. A. Burnett,
Accommodations for n gentleman nnd
lady and a few duy boarders may bo lini
by inquiring at The Bulletin. Refer
ences given nnd required. sept-7lf
ATTENTION, BISMARCK BUND
Thero will bo a regulnr meeting of tho
47th section of tho liionnrck Bund to
night nt half-past 8 o'clock, at Philhnr
monin hall. Every member of tho Bund
is requested to attend, for business of tin
portnnco will bo transacted. All tboso
who wish to becomo members, aro cordi
ally invited. U Meyers, President
John W.Puues, Secretary.
$2 ICtoa 26; 100 bushels do brought C5c
BUTTER. Clio co is scarco and firm.
Common plonty nnd dull. 26 packages
good sold nt 21c, j 28 packages cholco
UOAL OIL."-!0 bbls sold nt 28c. per
chickens. P entv anil ouioi. ou
dozen younc sold at $2 U0 to $2 00 j 30 ;
dozen mixed, old and young sold for $2 &0
to $3 60.
EGGS. Scarce nnd firm. 2.000 dozen
brought 22o. per dozon.
PLASTERING HAIR.-35c bushel.
LIME. In lots nt 1 25 to 1 60 V bbl.
CEMENT. At wholcsnlo $2 00
2 26 ft bbl.
WHEAT. Tho prices to-day, reported
by tho City Mills, nre, No. 1 While,
51 55 j No. 2 White. 1 60; No. 1 Red,
SI 45 j No. 2 Red, $1 10 j Mediterranean,
$1 26, Damp or tough wheat is unsalea
ble. SACKS. Resowed Gunnies 18J10J
Corn Burlaps, 2j Hus. En, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Ilushcl, 21 cts. Onts
Burlap, 6 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bags. 35 to 38 cts each.
PROVISIONS. Sugar Cured Hams
canvassed, ft lb. 17 to 18c. Shoulders
URCon 8Jc; Clear Sides Bacon, 1212c;
Brcakfiisl Rncnn, llfjiUoe.
liAHD Hctliicil.liitliTcci.ft , 10,llc;
111 Keg, II), 1HH1-H'
1cr, ;m,l 25;
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY I
Young Hyson. $1 00! 40.
7" I 00;
sCgK. ft lb. lliCU
New York Factory, new, a! Ib
gallon', (J.')cQ.fl 00,
A placo where you can buy n much fur
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR ANI A BARTER
Tho undorslgned would roipectfully In
form tho public that they hnvo fitted tholr
now storo house on Eighth street with tho
finest and best nssorted stock of
gonurnl morcbnndlso ovor beforo brought
to this market, nnd in ordor
to securo a largo portion of tho patronngo
of tho public,
ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
10 to Kite
.SYRUPS Choice ft
new uricuno. .uouw.
SKKDS. Millet ft bushel, 82 00 : Timothy
1 (Ml. Red Top $1 75 to 2 00.
COKKKK-Java. 'JiGjUUc; Laguayra, 25
Rio. Priinu to Choice. '-24 to 25c.
BROOMS. Common lloile r dozen, f 1
M; Choice to Extra, 3 w&2 75 ; tf. II. $4 60 " . ""'""
ot Jjauics, uonts ami Clmuron s
Our stock U entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
I. C. R. R. Co. Aoent's Office. 1
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 4, 1872.
On and after Monday tho 17th, bills of
lading for all properly consigned to points
on the M. & O. ruilroud and its connec
tions, will be signed by John II. Jones,
agent, at his office, 65, Ohio Leveo.
Freight for Columbus proper, Hickman
and Greon lino points on the N. !c N. W.
R. R , and its connections, will bo signed
by me as heretofore nt tho stono depot.
10-5-d4l. James Johnson, Agent.
F.ICUHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichboff bas purchased the inter
est of bis brothers in the above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
llr.r.'M? A., f in wc.
SOAP. ijchaell'er's (icmian mettled;
"Jo; Champaign ioup, 71c.
TAI.I.OW.ft tt 7c.
tUUAIt New Orleans Prime to Choice
ft IN ll.-w.12o; Collco A. 1!) to 1.1 ; Cru-lied
Powdered nnbOraiiiilatcil tfujcar 15 to 15J.
FREIGHT COTTON, Comprced, to
Nr.w YoilK, t5e. ; to Roiox fl 00. Uti
compressed, to New Yoiik, $l 14; tollos
FREIGHT TO MEMPHLS.-yioui, c
Hay, $1 60 Corn ft cwt., 15c; Oats, 15c.
Potatoes ft bbl., 2oc. ; Apples 25c. ; Pork
35. ; WlusKcy 00c; I.iiinW a M. $7 00
Heavy frellit ft cwt.. 15c.
TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour ft bbl, :i7Jc ;
Potatoes H'Jc. : Apples ;i7Jc. ; Pork, 6oo. ;
Wlilkcy, 75c. ; Hay ft ton. $0 00 j Corn ft
cwt.. 20c. ; Oats '-'uc. : Tobacco ft hhd.
$4 00 ; Cotton ft bale, $1 60 ; Lumber ft il.
$10 00. Heavy freight, ft cwt. 20c.
City National Bank niillilliiK.
.Special attention pmd InoMtrs irom tfan
boats night ordii
OrriCE Cairo City Ferrt Co.
Notice is breby given that a meeting
nf ttiA itrwL'hnlrJnrt it fKIt .An, ...ill
Furniture manufacturing business with ' ,,. , a-
, ... . . 'be held at the company's office, corner o
great success. He has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on band, and can war
rant every article ne manufactures. He
has also a full stock of Btdtttadi, Chiiri.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., alw ay s on band, and bis prices
defy competition. Sales rooa at the fac
Cth and Levee street, in this city, on Tues
day, October Stb, IS 72.
S. Staat Taylor, President.
Cairo, Ills., Spt- 21st, 172.
I THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE. i
itrJo-v -artll fjEi lit corrected list ;
of prks by H. Lri for blies, tallow, j
ftv.hers, etc H. Lvi do a very Urge J
iride in his line, acd i: is a well known ;
fact that be always pays the highest prices !
to b obtained in this market. He is pay-!
10 to 17c
20 to 25c
5 to Co
35 to 65c
Death in any of its many forms is a
matter of great solemnity, and no matter
how gradual and distinctly marked its
approach may be, tho minds of tho living
art never fully prepared for it when it
comes. When the knowledi'o of its
presence comes suddenly nnd ontiroly un
expected, when we feel that the course of
nature has been arrestod by violent agen
cies cro one half its usefulness
has boon accomriihhcd. roeret
is mingled with our sorrow
to n very painful degree. Such a sad caso
is before us. A friend of ours had a faith
ful llttlo friend poor Dolly Aun whoso
years of life woio not half numbered;
whoso only fault was, perhaps, "loving'
noi wisoiy, out loo wen; suo nau many
suitors who wero persistent in tholr at'
tcntions, but she was unable to cbooso bu
tweon them, l ostorduy morning in a fit
of desperation, she ended tho doubt
troublo, anxiety, &c, by taking with her
own littlo mouth, a fatal doso of cold
loison, wrapped up in a small piece of
beef, and sho now slumbers peacefully in
stnull patch of kucklo burrs.
Mr. Geo. Steiniiouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avenue,desircs to call tho attention
of the bearded community to bis neatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that he is mas
ter of bis profession in all its branches.
Ho bu bearded many a Hon in his don, and
calls for moro. tf,
Mr. Jno. Hafele, proprietor of tho
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth streot
Keeps tho very best of moat always on
hand, and will deliver it in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds at any
time U any part of the city free of charge.
Mr. Frank Haofela has opened a meat
markt on Washington avenuo noxt door
to Tanner's grocery storo, botwoon Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which ho inviUs
toe attention of the public. Tho host of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
ana aeuvoroa vo any part of tho city.
j&araei open morning ana evening overy
dLAXKENIjubo ahead I Wines and CI
gars I oldest and choicest, at tbo EXCEL
SIOR BALOON, opposite the Post Office
Flnastof Liquors, Frea Lunchos and mu
slo Ttry day. Tho great Liberal and
DBocratIc,Gree)y& Brown drlnke We
Bub, I made a specialty, and Fredpride
siissmii upon Keeping the freshest and
eeolMtla tbectiy. Lemonades the cold
strt, mlXti drink and muiio the finest
We witnessed a most wonderful, and
vory holly contosted battle yesterday, be-
weon two ganders, in tho squaro opposite
this office. It sounded wonderful to us,
becauso wo had nlways imagined that
about tho only peacablo birds in oxistenco
wero geoso, of both sexes. Thoso two
ganders, somo dlstanco from tho main
Hock, fought for about 30 minutes, beat
ing each other on tho wines near tho
body, and trying to striko oach othor as u
rooster would. Finally ono of thorn was
thrown upon his back, whon tho othor
slezed him by tho throat. This endod the
contest, for as soon ns ho could oxtricato
himself, ho left tho premises in a hurry,
uu iu wuoio uock then wolcomod tho
conqueror among thorn with great nolso
auu. um uurini; tho fiihl nnn
goose kept noar to the combatants und
Willi nor neck stroched out toward them
kept up a constant gobble us If to en-
courago ono or both of them, and
when tbo light ended sho led tho con.
... . L. lt . ..
ijuurur iu mu uuuk pruning at mo top of
her voice, and Hopping hor wings. U
thero any created thing that won't qunr
rel a littlo sometimes ?
Tucrsday Eviclnz, Octobers, 1-71
We have very little change to not ia
the condition of the market. Tho order
trade on most articles is moderatelv brisk,
especiallv in Groceries, and our whole . Hides, dry flint ft lb.
sale grocerv dealers are kept in the be-t ! " idei Snlted ft 1),
, . ,v . , . , , , Deer skir.s r3 Jb
of humor. Osts and Hay are dull. Com- ! Tallow lb.
rnon or stained Hay and Red top is un-; Feathers ft lb.'.'.'.. ."'.7.7.'.
salable. The forwarding business has j 10-3tf.
grown to be one of great importance hero.
Large consignments ot freight from Cin
cinnati for' New Orleans and tho South
generally, is arriving daily by rail, which
with nil other freight from tho North, is
pushed forward with scarcely nnd hour's
delay by our forwarding merchants who
havo often sought this trade, knowing tho
advantage it would provo to shippers, but
have heretofore been unsuccessful in ob
taining it, shippers claiming that our fa
cilities for forwarding promptly wero not
sufficient. This oroneous idea has been
overcomo by months of patient demonstra
tion. Every carco that hns been shinned
w i s
hero during the present season, nnd overy
ear load that has come by rail, has been
sent forward without delay. The comple
tion of tho Cairo nnd Vincenncs railroad,
(which will bo during tho prcsont year),
will remove tho last objection to this roulei
and during seasons liko tho present tho vast
bouthorn trado of Cincinnati nnd tho
country round about it will bo supplied
BQTCorrespondenta should bear in
mind that our quotations ronresent nrico:
for round lots fruni tlrst hands, unless oth-
orwuo stated, nnd that In tilling small or
ders higher prices must be paid,"a
t EOIJR. Market quiet end prices very
rm. Our report of sales compriso 1,600
b lis. ranging in prico according to grade,
row. . ou 10 9v ouas ioiiows , 100 AA.Y now(lor Tea Otlfi Dnllnr nrwl
S7 75: 300 bbls. xxx 7 rwir sr,n l,0vuor A" vno uoiiar ana
various grades $5 C0to$0 00 and 800 bbls.
various grados on orders 50 00 tu f'J 60.
BOOTS 5e SHOES,
HATS &z CAPS.
And nil other nrtlcles to be found in ,n
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. Wo call especial ottention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls nnd
clonks, which department is complete in
nl 1 It details. Our stock of
is the largest in tho city, nnd wo nro en
abled to ofTer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlcmcns' Clothing, Roots nnd
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
we aro fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interest of every one to buy
whero goods aro cheapest and best
we cordially invite tho public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on the cast
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
In company with Mayor Lansdon. dav
beforo yesterday wo enjoyed a pleasant
nue over tuo now county road to Goose
pona, una buck by tho Cairo and Vln
iwi. n,o work of Ailing tho
county road at Goose pond Is progressing
neam.y 8.m isncany completed, and when
finished will extend abovo ordinary high
watar. Whan leveled off and made solid
83.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tuner's
to purchase suddles und har
ness, at his saddle storo on
'Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, und car
rirgo painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
by good mccnanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at No.l in Cairo.
Both FltENL'll and scotph t-assimpiivs
! all colors Heavkks and Hhoad-cloth.s
constantly on hand, and all good-, warranted.
In all Its branches aNo carried on.
US3' You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun-
HA x Quiet. Common, stained and
RoJ Ton Will not soil at anv nrlr-o. ("A intrA '
hay is quiet und lower. Sales comprise 1
carchoico Timothy, on orders, $:!0 00; 4
cars cholco Timothy dol. $10 00; 3 curs
choico mixed dol. $17 00 j '2 cars primo
Timothy del. $18 00.
CORN. Market unchanged and dull
1 car White in bulk on track sold at
43 cts ; I car Whlto mixed In sacks dol, at
40 cts, 3 cars primo Whlto in socks dol ut
OATS Dull nnd lower. Tho decline
nt Now Orleuns has depressed tho market
hero tho market is over stocked nnd pri
ces to-day aro weak at 2520 cts in bulk
on uacK nnd 3I32 cts sacked
Sales tlncn nn.i..i i.. i ..
i1rv Vni.u. V. i " . u '"ciuuo nirco
.a' nt" "J insist oU cars In sucks
fcnnWft flwl sit
track hL iiiisot V ' . " 1)11 K on
traLK at .UJ(jU7 cit j 1 cHr do 27 cts, and
cars In sacks del at S'JtTim cts ' "
rnuv in." at - .
VVfl ill iLli I llf'lin rw..,.l rtrw. . .
Steam Dried, delivered, sold Tat $2 a, a
160 bbl. City Mills, Evening Sur, Steam
Dried, brought $2 CO ft bbl.
umujNB.-is bbls sold on orders at
2 26, and 60 bushels do at 76c ft bushal
POTATOES. 2 car loads sold del at
60c $ buibfl; 100 bbls Northern brought
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson und Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, und ev
erything proportionately cheap
ut WILEY & BIXBY'S.
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Streot, between Washington
and Commercial Avonuos,
Is receiving dully new Invoices of
MrililiHSrERY GO ODDS,
OI efry description, nd it Paicss toSi-it the
THE LATEST BTYLEB or
Sl'RING AND SUMMER GOODS,
HATS, Bill HONS,
NECKTIES, COLLARS, '
,.. LADES OF ALL KIND
OOU.Y VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
rogPthcr with all the othor articles kept
4tn?n ft1 h Millinery nd TrlniminKS
goSu J Me htr No trouble t0 UW
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WAHll'N AVE.VUK ANU WALNUT
Dr. II. K. Fields Inform tne public that he hni
L I V K II V S T A li L J,
on the northvtoit side of Tenth i-treet hi nnmcd
Ilia Si tablet will be furnlsliod with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the rmblw may ne arcommodatfrl t all bourn
pJTH'TPHMC,nlt! 11 wl,n te"m'" tho LOW
Ir Field asks n Khae ol public patronae,
and will fndaaviirto mnt it by fair doaling and
Uriel Htiention to iuin-n.
PAHKElt & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Petty, Ileiiiliir, nollne,
And the celebrated illmnlnatlnx
UnOss' UOILDIN" CCF ilTH-BT. k COM
Cairo, .... Ilinois.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAll
HOOM. JOHN UATK8, Proprietor.
108 Commercial Arenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIBJ
Heal brand of Callfo la Clears I u reoeisvJ,
BILLIARD sulnon furnished Willi tho best
ol tub ch j 0111I bar stippllcU with wIhoh, liquors
und clirura of thenet hruivi'. '
OLD DKLMONICO '
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
CWWa,a WISTKn-8 BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
utst brands of Cigars,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Our Homo Advertisers.
FulJun Cnnrnlilonn at
enmtt all illifMH Incii
jnunta ana uuiiaxcn.
SYRUP. Uu Ch
Cures Colic and Ortolan In
m tinwuli. anil fncil. alti
tk proem ol Teelhlug.
Fuldun Cnnrnlilonn and orer- I fns
enmtt all dlitMM Incidtnt to r 2s5C9
Intanli and Children. J nJClTTB.
Cares Diarrhoea, rtenle-
and rummer complaint.
Children ol all age).
netletee pain, weakneM or et. I a-c
himtlon In 15 or 20 miniilei. gl- 3
lug tone aud iwer to the ijilein. J q 333 2T T B .
It li the Infante' and Children'! Oreat Eoolhlng
Itemed, In all dlsurdere trought on Ij teethlnit or
kXnpaMl"ra'r in calling for MM. WHITCOlin'S
SVRUI'i and laVe no other.
Prepared by the (IKAKTOS MEDICINF. CO . St.
Uul, Mo. Bold 7 Druggiets and Dealeri In
MC AND ILLDOYOILQOSa
rir (leanaln: the Hood and aromtni; the liter and
ecretlte orpine 10 a lio.illliy action, Dr. Ileury'i
.ml I'l.ni Pill, rura niaur comblalnle villi li it
nuld not ta iiinrod Ihey could reach, iucIi ae
Ilcntlnchc lnln Irs Slip rilUe, Ntimle
nrnn nt tbo Ilmidiniiil Feet, Dullne.
S'lilllnrw, Itlieiiiniillam. .NoiirnlKln,
Loan iif Appplilc. IllllniiH ISyaeulerj'.
liinncr aiiccihiiih, ":""""" "-
i.iniv. revere nf nil klllili. I.VHli;i.
Kin, JiltlilillCC. and oilier kindred complaint!
arlilng front a low itato of the body, or otitructloa
cf Its fjnctloni.
IieluK freo from Mercury and other pol'"!)! they
cm It taiteti at all tlmre an t under all clrcumUn
... uti linn, n.-.Aril in diet, bii.lneas or ideaitire.
Thee itimiiUlo the weakened and dlilemperel
pirle Into healthy action, Rinna tlieuntrennth to
.i..i..i..i.n il,m.lr and throw oil the olitructione
which ero tha flnt cauw of dleaM, wtthuut
tirmliicInK ellliiT untici or icrlplnv
All he.iry and drouay loniation., which are tba
f irernnnere of direful dlieaieimchai A pnplpxy,
I'urnlyllpHlroki'i.Ae.are effectually warded
off liy a ftwdo.eiofthe-e eearchlMt I'llle.
Kull4lrtlofi..reael wh Ut. lu Lb40a, Otm.a, Tr-X
I'rrinrfd (1 1 Onfui UHH d.. St Lmli.V..
Svli tr DruMliu ul Uttiut la liicla. t.tfj !
JMJTAIIj AND IMIKSCRIPTION
BTJUBB'S BLOC K
Cnr, WnnliliiKlon Av Hint I'.lBlilli Ml. ,
EVTlia best brands or Clirir
Wuii, Liquors,'ti., (Jwnyi onuand
HARMLESS AS WATER,
2ST A TTVlT'S
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY TOR THK
..nrfllv. pluir iit-nTirfitlnn 111 nlle Ikfif
tie, : eailv npilieil at water, for rctorin
to cr.iy liafr lt 1111t11r.il color ami youthful
Hpliearnnce, to eraiucaie ami ireeiu iiauu
niir, to jiromute tiic growth ol the liair ami
ktoji it-lalllir.Miut. It l tnllnly li.irinlcsaml
lerfuctlv Irec from any poUoncni' Miltaiiec
ami wilf. therefore, taku tlie lilace of all the
illrtv ami unnlea-aiit iireianitlon now In
ue. iuiiieroii te-tiiiioiiiali hae lieen -out
ii I nun tiianv nf our lilii-t lirilllllncilt eiti
v.tfi. In i.i ..ri tlilti" In U'liipli the nrt(elei
now in tt-e are ohjeetiotialiie, CKVftTAI. 1
DIsCOVLItY, ii perfect. It N warranted
iv contain nciuier Mimroi i.eau iiipnur or
Sltratu of .silver, It iloo not m the clothe
or "calp, is ii;;rcralilv perfuimnl. ami makes
one of the ln-t tlrelni,' for the. Hair in use.
It re-tore the color of thu llalr "more per
fect ami uniformly than any other prepara
tion." ami alway- does o in from three to
ten iia. virtually leeillti uses rooi Willi tnc
nonri-liinx iiialities iieeeary to It growth
ami healthy condition: it retor the de
cayed and induce- a new growth of the
ILilr more po-ltlvelv than anything el-e.
The application of till Wonderful ilKoi
ery uUo produces a iilea.iiit and cooling
etlect on the scalp ami gh'"1 tin: Hair a
jilea-ing and elegant appearance.
Cull at vour dnigglst Tor It ami take 110
other. If he ha not got It let him order It
l'rlcc Kf per bottle.
Imciitor and l'mprlctor. Wa-hington I),C,
.lOlIXsTON. IIOI.I.OWAV .t ( (.,
fieneral Agent', l'lii!.iilclilil:i.
.1X0. V. IICNRV und P.O. win.i.s.ti u..
New York, and to liu had ol Wholesale
dnigglt. everywhere. 'J-'Ji'tf
XTXiXi-y OPE KE DD.
Where we will keep
A C O M I li K T K S T O C 'C
PANCY AND TOILI.T AUTICI.Kt!,
SICK-HOOM AM) NUItSEItr APl'LIaNCES, A
Our Pure SPARKLING PODA WATKIt
GKXUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not he excelled We also draw the
B h U E h I C K W A T E R S
N EXT WINTER,
E V E X L X G
GREATEST WON DE R !
KVERY STOVK IS OL'ARANTEKI)
TO OIVK A MORE UNIKOIUI ANIJ I'LKAdANT
HEAT, TO U(SK I.KH1 WOOD, AUK MOKE
CAHEFUI.LY KITTED, AllE UOHE
AIIE U.VDK.K MOKE l'EHKECT
COMTllOL, HAVE A tiTllO.NOEK
Give better satisfaction, and told for a
Less Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUP'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. IIEXDERSOX,
Successor to U.S. Harrell.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Commer
cial uud Washington Avenues,
The Illinois Oontral Rati Roar! Company now
oflor foraale the following described Ion la Firs
Addition to the City ot Cairo, Tin
Lot 27 blook SO.
" H " to ,
" 6 ' 82
8 " SS.
Lot 21 blook 82,
' 27 " 82,
i at it 82,
or terms, eU. apply to JAMJCfl JOBMfON,
AIo, a choice lot of Cigar, of extra qual
ity, eold at reasonable price. Our
Will receive especial attention and caio.
being at all hour- In charge of compete!. t
and careful turtle. Prescriptions careluli
comitoundcd nl all hour day or night.
NONK HUT THK PUHKST AND HE-'P
M K 1 1 1 0 1 N KS I ) I S I K N S K D .
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is preparrj to aupplj nnitnmer with the to
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OROKR.S len nt Ilallldav llro. ofllce, 70
oilio i.kvke. oral tlio Coal Yanl below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tl'(! ".Moxtauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamer ut any hour.
For Salo at Wholesale, o Retail
UUUMr.Il .)D-bTHEKT AND U1IIU usvr.3
nnrllll I. eJ AM Hf.K
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOEST VA1UETY STOCK IN THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth utreetnssd Com
Lirerpool New-Toik arid I'lilladelphla
CKoia cosTaici with dnitid statu ad iiitisis
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ob rcuruta iNroamno
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, AaT.
ts Broadway, NewYork, or to
Woahlngton Arenue. Cairo. PQ". Si
LIME I CEMENT I
1 APE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIftO i
Commoroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-it,
Bast quality of Lime tod CMaint 1.
ways on Hand, and for tale at the
vary lowest tgum fer euk,