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JOHN II. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
I'rcnchlnir, Sabbath nt 10J n.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. in.
Sabbath School, .1 p.m. J. M. t.anidcn, 8u
pcrlntondcnt. IlKV. II. Thayer, Pastor
METHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut SU
l'rcaclilii?, Halibatli at 101 a.m., 7 1. m
I'rnyer mectlni', Wednesday, 7ip.ni.
Sabbath Seliool, .1. p.m. L. W. Htlllwcll,
Superintendent. Rkv. V. L. Thompson,
C'HUUCH OK THE HEI)EEMER-(Episco.
Mornliix prayers. Sabbath 101
Evening prayer, 71 p.m.
.Sabbath School, ! n.m.
Ilnv. E. Ooan, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUItCH-Nlnth St. and
Wan Mutton Avenue.
Public mtvIcc, Sabbath 8:10 and 101 a.m.
('iiitrn, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 1 p.m.
Hen Ice every day, 8 a.m.
RKV. 1'. ) O'llALLOItAN, Priest.
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut ftrcet. , , , ,
Treadling Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at tt o'clock p. in. II. O.
IlKV. Ron'i. Hki.hio, Pator
VOL'NG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month ut their room over Rockwell
A Co'i book store, Commercial avenue.
"Weekly l'raycr meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
the room. , , A
I.. W. STH.I.WKLI., President.
KR1CAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
en leti-. Sabbath. 11 a.m.
bbatb School, lj p.m.
.ns nieeti- at :l p.m.
KCOND K11EE WILL IIAI'TIST'-Klf-t
eolith Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Seniles Sabbath. H and 3 p. in.
Hkv. N. Kicks, Pastor.
Fit EE WILL IJAI'TIST HOME MISSION
SA11IIATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
mill Cedar Street.
Sabbath .-chool, 'J n.m.
Flltir FREE 'lLL UAI'TIST CHURCH
Sen ices, Sabbath 11 a.m.. .1 p.m. fc lp. m.
IlKV. WM. KkLLKY. Pa'tor.
FIltST MISSIONARY UAI'TIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and 'lenth fctn.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 a.m. and 71 p.m.
l'raer meeting. V cdneMlay evening.
Preaching, Friday evening,
babbath School, H p.m. .lohn atilJaxtcr
aud Man- Stephen-, superintendent.
IlKV. T. .1. miuuks l'attor.
SECOND UAI'TIST CHL'ItCH-Fourteeiith
Street, lietwcen cedar aim v ainui. j n
only llaptli-t church recognised by the A
soclallou. Service, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. ami . p.m.
Ri:v..l.COIi 11UAIU.KV, Elder.
AIHO COMM ANDEKV, No. .Wj-Matpd
A-einblv at the A-ylum Mu-unie Hall, tint
and third Saturday In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.til.-ltcKUlar Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second rriday
In each month. ,
CAIRO CILU'TEK No. Jt.-Itcgti ar Con
vocation at Mu-olilo Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month.
CAIltO LODGE, So. i!7 F.& A. M.-Rcgu-lar
Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Monday or each month.
AI.KXANDint I.oWIK, '.-i Mrt H In OiUl.
Fellow.' Hall, In Arter' building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovcrnor .lohn M. l'almcr ;
Llcutcnant-Oovenior John Dougherty;
Secretary or Statu IMinunil Itummcl ;
Auditor or State-C. E. I.lpplncott :
State Treasurer E. N. Hate ;
fiupt. l'ubllc lntructlon-Newton Uatcman
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A.
lepresentatlvcs for the Statc-at-l.arge S.
Representative Thirteenth District John
Representative, FIrt District II. Watson
THE WAY THE MONEY GOES.
From the Memphis 'Appeal.'
Tho truth is beginning to como out. A
lotter from "Washington rIvci somo curl
ous facts, tho Interpretation of which
seems obvious tnoich. Until recently
tho appropriation for TJnltod States court
has beon about five hundred thousand
dollars n your. For tho year ending Juno
80, 1872, however, President Grant inked
and obtained an appropriation of no lew
than twomllllons.and by adellcloncy bill In
May last bo got an allowanco of an addi
tional million, which has all boon ex
pended ai wo learn from tho acting first
controller of tho treasury, who gives notice
to our court officers that tho money Is all
gone, and their unsettled nccounts cannot
bo paid. Whoro it has gono wo can easily
........ f r'lrrnn tnnlc two bun-
UUU)I. .iiiiio . .. ..
dred and fifty thousand dollarevto North
Carolina, instead of tho ten thousanJ dol
lars which has usually sufficed for that
into mid with that sum bu kept in pay
during tho canvoss h perfect army of
deputy marshals and doputy commission
ers, who had nothing whatever to do ex
cept to mako Grant voters. That's tho
way tho money goes.
THE MOST CKLKIIKATKD I'ALACE Or SPAIN
ukst novel) ur fikk.
ri'mm tlm (Jourlcr-Journal.1
Our dispatches this morning contain the
Ir.telliueuco t'jal mo apiunsu pamtu j--
curlal, fituatcd on tho southeast slopo ol
thu Sierra Uuadarama and about twenty
llvu miles from Madrid, has been destroyed
by lightning. 'I his was tho most celebra
ted pulsco in Spain. In its mausoleum
slept tho long Ijno of Spanish Kings from
Charles V. down. Hero wore tho treas
ured ashes of princes; hero were collected
works of art, tho relics of tho saints twenty
tlmuium! raru volumes of Spanish liter
atures, and four thousand raro manuscripts
written in tho Greek, the Hebrew, and
Arabic languages. All have now rushed
skyward in flamo and smoke. Tho palacu
was built during tho suventeonth century
by l'hilip I. In the fulfilment of a vow
that ho wuld build the moil magnificent
monastorv In the world if St. Lawrence
would give him victory over tho French
in tho battle of St. Quentln. Twenty-ono
vears' labor and sum equal to fifteen
million dollars wero expended In comple
ting tlm work. The church under which
thu mausoleum was constructed by Poilin
IV. was a triumph of architectural skill.
Porphyry arid marblo of tho richest des
cription encrusted tho walls, and on either
side wero placed flno statuo portraits of
kind's and queens, fionvenuto Cellinls's
marblo "Christ presented to Philip by
tho Duke of Tuscany, and which is said to
have been drought from Barcelona on
men's ehouldors, was them and must havo
beon mutilated by the conflagration. Tho
Inn of so manv vcnerablo rulic will bo
deeply regretted by the scholar, tho artist,
tho historian and antiquarian. The des
truction of "Warwick Castle by the same
devouring element occurcd but a few
months since, and vho present loss of Es
curial Castlo will bo oven more deeply re-
f;rettcd becauo it contained a richer col
ection of valuable relics.
Senator, FlMt District T. A. E. IIolcoi
sf Union, and S. K. (iibon, of Oallatin.
Judgc-D. J. llaker, or Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. K McCartncv,
Sherltr-A. II. lrvin.
Win. Martin As-cssor and Treasurer.
Judge F. llro-s.
Ass7ciate-J. E. McCrltc and S. Marchil
don. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. (io-Miian.
Mayor .John M. Lansdon.
Treasiircr-J. H. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Ilurnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Maihal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1'. II. Pope.
Police Magistrate F. Dross and II. Shan-
" Chief or Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Lansdon.
First Wnrd-P. O. Schuh.
Second War.l-C. It. Woodward,
riilr.l WardInn. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. Staat Taylor.
City-at-Large-W. P. Halllday
IIOAllI) Ol' AI.DEItMKN.
virst Ward -James lteardcn, A
lord, Isaac Wuldcr.
Second Wan -It. H. Cunningham, K
der, O. Stancel, James swayne. .......
Third Wanl-Wm. Stratton, J. U. Phi" J
Fourth Ward-Jno. H. ltoblnson, O. 11.
ficaso. J. 11. Mctcalf.
Caiko Box and Basket Co.,
Having tho solo right In this city to uso the
FULTON DRY KILN,
tho best Patent Kiln extant, wo aro espe
cially prepared to furnish ai idl times, on
tho shortest notice,
TH0110UGI1LY SEASONED LUMUElt.
Attention Is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part of tho city
Order received at tho ofllco of
BAFFOUD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
A IIORKIBLE SCENE AT SEA.
fsneclal dispatch to tho Mi"Oiiri HepuW
110R1II11LE SCENES A bllll' Or DEA1U.
New Yor.K, Oct. 4. A passenger just
arrived on tho schooner Lancaster from
Capo Urelon, tells u grim and horrible
story of tho scenes on tho dismasted Eng
lish brig Glenalvon, which was encount
ered Sept. 19. On boarding it a dismal
sight presontcd itself, lleneath R heap of
motley rigging a skeleton was discovered.
Tho skull and ribs bad beon crushed
almost levol with tho deck. Shreds of
canvass trowsers and a gumsey
frock were found among and near tho
j bones. Further soarch revealed flvo other
skeletons. A sllirht covering of crisped
flesh remained on four, showing that tuoso
tad died more recuntly than tno ouior
nvn. Nut ii nnrticlo of food was found on
board, so that death was no doubt caused
by btarvallon. in me lorecasi.r, which
was almost filled with wator, a most un
earthly stench was discovered, and only
two men could bo found to enter and re
main long enough insido to report on
u.imt hnv had seen thero. Thero wero
two corpses on tho floor, and one rtrotched
urrnsl 11 bunk. Entenncthecabin, ft fiint
odor whb discovered, but not intenso
enough to forbid a thorough investigation.
Towards tho end of tho steps leading
Jown to tho cabin n feted pool of water
whs seen, anu tno men nau iu wauu
through it in order to reach ovory portion
of tho cabin. Between a stationery tablo
and couch, tho head of a corpse protruded
from a borl h In tho wall, nnd when brought
on deck it was founa to uo in u stato oi uo
cay. A buttoned jackot of good material,
bluo pantaloons, a flannel shirt marked
"T. F." and ono boot, covered tho corpse.
Tho chronometer in tho cabin pointed to
:30 o'clock, and on tho stationery tablo
was nn opon blblo turned downward. A
revolver, with two chambers loaded, and
a lintttn. rnntfilnini? a niece of paper, upon
which Was written "Jesus guido
this to snmo helper Merciful God, don't
let us norih." Tho words woro detached,
and u hiatus occured betweon ovory two
nr thrnn nf thorn, which showed that tho
writer must havo boon either in tho lowest
stago of debility, or driven to mauness oy
mnr.nr. In tho ciinliiin's state room his
corpso was found lying bent on tho floor
solfand mon. On hit bed ft lotter was
f,,,,.,, 1 il.itfit Martin nuo. Alav JO, irli,
commonclng -'Dear Knto," and signed
"llobt O. llart'1' Tho skeletons woro
wrapped in canvas, tho funeral servico was
road nnd thoy woro consignou to mo sea.
away their time on tho novelist, Charles
mi a . I.J n lluln With
KoB'io. iney navo sirugKie"
Herbert Spcncor, Charles Darwin, Thomas
Carlyle, Thomas lluxloy, Benjamin Dis
raeli, John Kuskln and wo can't tell how
many others. In fact, thoy have tried to
press Into their servico almost every lite
rary man of any note In Great Britain.
Thoy havo assured them that thoy could
make small fortunes by lecturing for ft
singlo season, and they have promised them
onthuslastio recoptlons and all that sort
of thing. The agonts, with their glitter
ing promises, laiiou wun noariy n mu
moro eminent mon. These men possess
all tho income thoy need, and all the famo
they can enjoy, and they aro not allured by
tho prospect of popular ovations. Themost
notable success or any or tno agents wa in
securing Professor Tyndall. flu seeks not
of tho world's prizes or applause, but pre
fers topursuoin Ids own way his patient
investigations Into the mysteries of nature.
He has "no time to mako money," as Pro
fessor Agasslz onco said of binvsolf. Uo
scorned all tho allurements of tbo pecuni
ary charmers, and was at last induced
to como hcroonly at tho personal solicitation
of some o! bis scientific friends on this sido
of tho Atlantic. Perhaps Professor Tvn
dall has not incroaied tho chances of his
success as a popular lecturer here by tho
recent publication nf his fantastical schemo
for tbo establishment of " prayer-gauge."
Ho will bo attacked as a dangerous Infidel
and an enemy of religion, and so forth.
Hut wo should suppose thero Is enough in
terest in a great scientific leader to nullify
ail such paltry prejudices. Spencer, Dar
win Carlyloatid Iluxly would bo charged
with unbelief as well as Tyndall.
"Wo rather think that all the British lec-
tnrnr. wlm nrn til hit liero this winter will
meet with success. "Wo aro always glad to
welcome such men in this country. It is
moro than thirty years sinco.that eminent
scientific Englishman, Dr. Gardner, visited
America as a popular lecturer. Ho did a
great deal to create an intnrest in scionco
in this country by his lectures, which wero
published in tho newspapers and in book
form after their delivery, and his influence
in introducingadvancedscientlllciaeas was
rIt for manv years. neuru
Combo, tho distinguished physiologist
and phrenologist, also Itctured in
our chief cities, propagating
'.tig his phrenological notions far and wide.
It was a long timo afterward that the satir
ical novelist, Thackeray, mado his lcc
turinp tour, delighting "his audiences as
no other lecturer had ever done, it was
hut four vears sinco Charles Dickens ap
peared among us, readinc his own worts
to tho delectation of multitudes. Within
the last two nr thrco year, an ablo British
naturalist, "Waterhouo Hawkins, has bcn
delivering public lectures in New Yark
and other places. He was persecuted by
by Ross Tweed who upset Ills plans lor
tho establishment of a museum of nat'iral
history in New York.
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Bolow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by II. Lovi for hides, tallow,
feathers, etc. H. Levi does a very large
trado in his lino, and it is a well known
fact that ho always pays tho hlghes'. prices
to bo obtained in this market. He is pay
Hides, dry flinty lb 10 to 17c
Hides, green salted "ft lb BtoOJc
Doer skins 'A lb 20 to 25c
Tallow f lb 5 to Go
Feathers "p lb 33 to 65c
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"WATEr.-proof St. L ouls Lagor beer at
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it defy storms and dampness, Hnd never
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and Commercial avenues,
AtlJolnlBK Bl'tessbotiae stsid llanssy'si.
v .k. h.. n. Pork. Mutton Veal.
i..mk :iikaun. tc.. nd are orepareu wnni
oltiiens tn the most accepuoie muurr.
JAMES KYiN ASTON,
Butcher anu Dealer in all kinds or
Corner Nlnetentu and rorLAn Sts.,
it,,,- n.wi sl'iiifhtprs onlv the best cattle
lioga and sheep, and U prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thoilsanil pounus.
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
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KKOM CAIRO TO
,ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
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C. HlBSCU, WM. REINUAHbT,
The best orgsnlied and eeenrett company In
the nortnwesl. I ne oniy coinisuj wmtu hum
anlee. a cash surrrndcrTalue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
24dlv for S'wIrowBd vlelnlUr
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, illnptlls, Toledo,
Detroit, CleteUnil, Msur Fall,
HiitUlo, I'ltlH.ll.K. Wthln(tnn,
llRltlmore, I'hift.flihl, New York,
Boston and all points et.
Mllwaukle, Jsnenrille, Mxllnon,
LaCrosne, Ut. faul and all points north.
I This Is also the only direct route to
' Decstiir, Hloomlngton, HnnnReld,
I'.orln, Qulncy, Keokuk,
lUirlitiK'on, l(ock Isl.ind, La Halle.
Mendota, Hlxon, Kreeport,
UHlena, Dubuque, fluUX tlty,
I Omaha and all points northwest,
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IlfUKSHO Checked to all Important points.
For ticket, nnd information, pply to I. C. RIt
depot t Kirn; nn board trie transit steamer bv
tweeu Colninhi'4 and Cairo, and at tne princlr
rnllrna i ticket offices throughout the south.
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sicii-nooM and Ntmsntvr appli.nces, a
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATiilt
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Also, a ehcleo lot of Clears, ol extra nual-
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Will rccclvo especial attention ana cue.
beinir at all hours in chaise nf eonipetcl.t
and earefnl jiartieK. rresenptions caretully
compounded at all hours day or nigui.
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SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Mond"ay, April 24th, 1973
trains will run as follows:
TaAtNS oiilKn aotrriitiiT.
Leave Virtinla C 40 a. m 1:3.'. p.m.
' Sprlncrleld .o " 3:OU
,' TMlorTille 10 S 6. 0 "
Armo at fan.- 11.40 .1T '
TSAIXS ooinu NatTiiwinr.
Leave Puna 4. a. m 3 34 a. m.
" Tattorville 4 4(1 ' 4.0 '
Arrive at ypr"'iifild...o.n .....sno '
Leave Hprmifleld i.& ' I '
Arrive ul VI. Kinia 8.5 " S.t "
TtAlv anisa pgvTUtAsr,
Leave Eilswood A .30 a. in. 10.111 p, la
Flora - 8.6 ' .11.4(1
Arrive at bhawneet'.i .3i " 15
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VEOETAin.ES. FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESH UUTTER, ETC.
rZT AH Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowest prices.
Corner Uth SL audCommcrclalAve.
THE NEW SYSTEM.
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at that of the company,
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comer of 8ita
nnTTTSII LECTURERS REFORE
fFrom tho Cincinnati Commercial.
v.im.iml Yates, a well known British
,..,! .urlli.r hftS COD10 to till S COUIltrV,
uu.u. .....v., ---- - -p
under oniiHBomeni to aouvor n h
Horary lectures in our jm. ..... -..
,i...in.. fhn wininr. Ho ii to bo followed
mm. .w -- .,.
British novolist nnd poet, undor a similar
enisagement. V0 aro mu iu ...
Froude, the omlnent British historian as a
lecturer on historical thomes j und wo aro
to havo tho creat eciontiflo scholar rro
fessor Tyndall, m a lecturer on sclontltlo
Tho rival lecture bureaus havo beon
maklnc croat efforts durlnir tho nast sum
mer to induce tho leading British writers
to come t libit country ai popular lecturers.
They nave wasiea intjir laDort on we pnev
Uurwt xannvion. Aoey navo wrown
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A Private. Counselor to the Married
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This Is saf ' nesting work of two hundred and
sixty pages, with nuniLrons DgravlBgs.aDdcontaiDS
valuable Information for those who are married or
contemplate marriage; still It Is a book that ought
to be under lock and key and not laid carelessly
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flSTFor tho purposo of hulldlnR tin t
wfTniniiiilA trmln In Cairo. I will Hell to deal
era and contractors in lots or BO barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
uairo, AtieuBi io, ioi..
I1SSOT AMI NllOK NTOKK.
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Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SUOKS
GENTS' ROOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds
"Which thoy soil at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors to StratloD, Hudson Clark,)
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH STREET,
Doorts. Hsmii. MUstdm Mouldlntra,
Eve Oattera, (wood) Window sod Door
rrsuitea, rioorlstsr, Lath,
NhltiiclM. Ulaaed Miwb. OUaed Hide
Lights, Ulased Traaaoma,
Niub WelKltta. Naals rttllle sttid Oorda
Blind rsMtamlttKa, KooHnsr
rait, KooBna; Ceiuent, IManterlnfeT
Pstper, Crpt Vclt, White
lm&. Llaaod Oil, American Wlttdow
OlsaM, EbkIUb stadrreaon
Ptstei aiauui. Putty. G!aler' iottsta
WALL PAPER, FAINTS,
Petty, ni)tiaine, Unaollne,
And the celebrated illuminating
BROSB DDlLDINn, CCF ilTU-ST. a COM
Cairo, ... - Ilinoib
LIME I CEMENT I
iu- n n te mam led umirim In iill I m avi -t ii.! ril!
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLlJNO.
CommoroiaUv., Foot of Elevonth-Bt.
Bott quality of Llmo and Cement aN
ways on hand, and for salo at tho
VHry lovost Hmiret for cash.
I'HICES I'OR CASU.
AT n. C. THIELEOKE'S STORK.
WASIIINUTON AVENUE, 11ETWEEN TKHTB
AND XLKVKMTn BTREETb.
50 lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for - -oi
II ' " - -
3. . -v. V J
li IDS. A COUOO Olltfnr, a. i . oiu.
4 " Prime Rio Coffee for - -3
" Choico " "
3 " Old Government Java
Toas Bnd othor staple and fancy Gr oca-
riot equally as cheap.
Goods now, ana iuh weiguv given. via
. $5 0
. 1 00
. 1 00
JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
106 Commercial Arenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Uest brand of Callfc iCigaril receUvl
nit i t Aim uilnnn furnished wilh the Lest
of tallies ; and hur supplied with wIuch, llqtiom
una clears ot menu-i uran'i-
. 1 1 nnvt i 'n nemivn nnrtllfl
5ALUUH ArtU ULAUIWU ltuu4
turner ,iu ei ec. ,uu WINTER'S 1U.ULK
PARKER & MONTAGUE
Wme, Liquors. eU'- always on hand tt
Bower Plpeo Pnttt Cnliue-
a nVUal 4rtm RnAlr niter Paper Company'
A BheVthlng Felt and Quarts Cement
. W "ohfs Improw' Booting alwajsoa
WUUDI WOOD 1 1 WOOD It
The under. Kiied will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Vheats. II not Cbeaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave ordor
on tho slates at tho I'ostutlko and at Ito.
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, ictween
Teufli and twelfth street. Cairo. IIUiioIs. 1
glvo good measure ami win cons iu v
up If desired. . IIPtiig nun
auglO-tf DENNIS UALXT.
HENRY II. MEYEU,
nprmiATiVE. SKIN and ORNAMKNTA
. a vt iv a m.M mi m
ol every Description.
a auw Ale . . - -
in .vinktvtA. nlain and ornamcnUl.
i.irtirii ar attention naiu to uiaaa ui
OrilerM foUcitcU for bcencry, Freacoc
FANCY GLASS SHOW OA!
Gilt, plain and ornamental. AO wot It I
trustcu to my care ww De proBniijr
commercial avenua aata ivujuta ftresi.