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CAIRO BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 8 1872,
HUIwUm . Bnllrtln BnlMlag
The Bulletin of to-morrow
morning will contain a
full, telegraphic report of the
state elections in Pennsyl
vania, Ohio and Indiana.
Cavt K. W. Duoak, the champion light
weight wreckor. L expected to-dy.
"Wooij for $1 00 per load nt tho Box
Ftctory. 10-5-e o d-3m.
Cairo Ii now doing more building than
any other city we know of except Chicago.
Frank P. Blair and .cvoral othor big
gum will speak In Charleston to-day.
Cairo is invited.
Immediately COO hands to work on tho pany's horses.
Blankknduro aiikadI Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at the EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite the Post Office-
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu- from is to -lo cents per yarn
ic every day. Tho groat Liberal and ana per uay
Mr. Frank HaofeH has opened a meat NOTICE. Coli ""DUI "n 09 10ttaeQ u
market on Washington avenue next door fc fc , b(J logs U ' . , , ,
to Tanner's grocery store, between Tenth J Tho a. V . ha. entered tho Cairo
and Eleventh streets, to which he Invite. turnthi, ovonI , tho oxecullvo commll. and Cape 'Girardeau trade in, a f regular
tho attention of tho public. Tho best of le0 oflho Orcole;'and Drown c,ub have Pcket duri low water, bho loft on her
meat, of all kinds kept constantly on hand fc fc b poJtp0no the meeting Initial trip la. u nl8hl;
anu aonvoroa 10 ony pari, ui v Callcd for to-nlcht lno muoi ba ""
Markot open morning and evening every Br order ol the Commlttco. Dackenstosos 0. 'rcu5 yestorday for Ave
- I I . . . . . .oil. 1. n'll I Ka r-nr .
; ; nunarca dollars c r"" """-
WANTED. vn.tA . bi.i a tablo for tho com-
C. A. & T. H. It.
Good station work at
Our Hr jmo Advertisers.
'ni lou' th s'"i betwf en Commercial and Wash
u Arenuei, Is dallr reeelln
II. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
I. C. It. It. Co. Aoknt's Office.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. , IS
On and after Mondav tho Tth, bills of sho reshlpped here
A frame dwelling house is being
erected on Luc, street between 12th and
13th, by Mr. Battle.
Tnn brleht pleasant sunshlno of yester.
day was very pleasant after the chilly,
drlrxly weather of tho day bcrorc.
Jcst received and for sale by D. Hurd
Son. fifty hlf barrels of cranberries
nA flf.tr int of choico buttor. 10-4-Ct
Frf.su oysters received daily and fc
..U ), 1in whntA or half can at Phil
Therk are rooms for ten good boarders
at the Court-House hotel, and tbo table
supplied with tho best in tho market.
Tue Quickstep and Columbus wharN
boat will bo off the ways at Mound City
by the last of this week, Capt. Uatnbleton
Choice tobacco and cigars lately re
ceived at L. W.JCarrico's, on Washington
avenue between Eighth and Ninth
Jxo. P. Marnel of tho Assumption
Press 'is in the city to-day. Johnoio Is
looking well and reports business fair
Mrs. F. E. Albriout of Murphysboro,
formerly of this city, was seriously Injured
by being thrown from her horse a wook
ago lsst Friday.
Ex-collkctor D. G. Hay, of "White
county is in the city. Ho says there are
ono hundred Liberals in "White county,
and no Germans at all.
Our old friend and correspondent, Mr.
Jowett "Wilcox of St. Louis, was in the
city jesterday looking the very picture of
contentment and good health.
Deraocratlc,Orecly& Brown drinko Weis
Beer, is mado a specialty, and I redprides
hi mini f ution kceplne the freshest and
coolest In tho ctiy. Lomonadcs tho cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho Qnest
Oo there H'"
Mrs. McGee, on Eighth street, has Just
l,-,r.l,l nn l.rrrn nnrl nlnonnt Itock of
fr.11 wlnlni- n. I ntrr. nd des rel to iuiC iur " lruf.cri nrai,t I
, ,. u-. i...i.,... on tho M. & O. railroad and ill connec-
1 . 1 .1 Ml 1.. . ! 1 l.H 1 U 1 1 .l.nn
1-..l .1 I,.,. U.n.l. .n AaailH. ThB lHOfi Will UI Ileum u tfuun ...
l.Ur .rn mnnncr Iho HnPil ever opened in geni, ai uu w, vu.v ..v.
it., rltr. .n.) .rn nmrked at vcrv low Freight for Columbus proper, Hickman
. . ., , . c. V- IV
price.. Mr.. McGoo ha. also a beautiful ana ureen line poinuoaiue ...
assortment ot rii.bons, laces and trimming It. K , and its connections, will bo signed
Of all kinds, collars, undenleeves, notions, by me as tiereioiore ai ;no nous uk.
The Commonwealth ' loadihg two bar
ges with freicht. .
Messrs. Orr & Linton, ofthis city, have
purchased tho hull of tho Allco Dean r ,t
Cincinnati, and will use It forawharfbc at
at this port. It will bo 1 jrought here as
soon as tb water will pc rmlt.
Tho Ada Ilcllman bror ight up tho larg
est trip of cotton that ' bas como uj i tho
river this season. Sho h ji 550 bales which
etc, etc, all of the newest fashions and all
to bo sold tor a more trifle above cost.
NW-dtt. James Jounso.v, Agent.
rillL. 110 WARD,
City KmUom U lliutk UutlUlas.
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
know., and who is tho friend of every
body, Is now fully Installed In his new
quarters, on Eighth street, Ixtwcen Com-
inprcUl and mhincton avenues, lie of
fers to the public the best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wino and tho purest
liquor, to be found in the city, and hope,
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a generous
share of public patronace. Come and
seo Louis in his new homo. He has a wel
come for everyboSy, and for you, reador,
a cordial one tf.
The inclemency of the weather Sunday
last had a depressing effect upon the splr
its of tbo people and othor spirits, and
the homeopathic prlnclplo was resorted
to by many for relief, which made bus!
ness at tho police court lively yostorday
Jno. Powers, Michael McGlney, Andy
O'Donnel, Wm, Richard and a certain
John McNulty, (not the drayman), were
up for drunkenness, ai.d not having turn
cient cash to .ettlo their Ones, wont to tho
calabooso for sevon days each.
Jno. Burns, Geo. Cbsso, Louis ituse.
and Jim Johnston wero up for tho
samo offense, but paid their lit
F.ICHHOFF FUKNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhoff has purchased the Inter
est of his brothers in the above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
Furnituro manufacturing busineis with
i iin , r,,ii itivif nr pur
KIMI.U... , , ,
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war- tu yuivui 'ISO suuuii'9 ami iuu
runt evarv article Be manufactures. He
has also a" full stock of BtdiUads, Chairs.
Table, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at the fac
Steamer Grand Tower. Memphis.
" alary Alice, ew Urleans.
" II, 0. Yiieger, St. Louis.
' J. N. Kellogg, St. Louis.
" Ada Hiilmun, Memphis.
Jim. Flsk. Jr., Puducah.
11 Illinois, Columbus.
Steamer Grand Tower, St. Louis.
.Special ttc .noa F14 ti,rJr troa ?
boat nliht ord i
JO PER DAY
saved bv uoiusr to John Tuner's
at his saddle store on
"NVashi ntrton avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
sadd'les and harness, and ear-
rirge painting and trimming
on s hort notice, in cood stvle
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at iso.l in Cairo.
Exporter, Now Orleans.
aiury amco ti. l,ouis.
Ada Ileilmun, Capo Girndcau.
James Fisk Jr., Puducah.
1110 MUDDT COAL.
UYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
I Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
Mr. Biese of tho firm of Young and
Biese, general produce and commission I charge of McUato for )0 day.
mnpinu nf Mobile. Ala., is vliitinc our
IDE lDiiowinc are pari oi iuu names
nrlrind In thn lUt nf mnmrinrB nf Ihn Hrrd.
THE null Ot mo 010 liiooriy .. u - Rpown .,uh m(,c.nif. .
Stoamboat8 supplied nt any tirao, both
tic bills like little men and walked day and night, with oither lump or chest
out politely. And last, but by no means nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
tnntt I'limn tin nnn .Inn. NnWIitn. a man of I Inrmi a! Irin rnril nl flriind Tower. Ills
, ,.. , . , . ' . I ii .1 . Ti
color, who having, to a casual observer, Spocial contracts offered on tuvorablo U nail pur puuuu , ajuai vxun-
torm. upon application. rmwflnr Ton. Ono Dollar and
H. V. Oltpiiant, 1 '
Gen'i. supt. Seventv-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
no means of support was charged with
vagrancy, and being found guilty was
charged ten dollars and costs, and not
having tbo ten dollars, etc., was given in
lng made into a wharfboat at Mound City,
and bas been purchased by Judge "Wol-
ton, who will use It at bayou Sara.
The executive coramittoo of tho Gree
ley and Brown club will meet to-night nt
tbo club room in Winter's block, at "J
o'clock. All Liberal Republicans and
Democrat, are specially requested to at
Jimmy Coleman, who becamo disgusted
with Cairo several months ago and look
up bis abodo in Kansas City, 1ms coire
back to stay. That's tho way they nil do.
"We acknowledge the receipt of a com
plimentary pass for 1872 over the Cairo
and Vincennes railroad, and return our
thanks to H. L. Morrill, superintendent,
for tbo same.
wh, Eugene Kinnear, aged 3 years,
on of James M. Kinnear, died of dip-
thtria in this city, on Sunday morning
last, and was burled at Beach Grovo yes
Mr. Louis J. White, publisher of the
KIngi county 'Democrat,' called on u
vesterdav. Mr. White is in tho c.vy in
tho interest of the 'Democrat' and we 'om-
mend him to our citizens and business
Ir you wish to inauigo in a delicious
cigar, patronize P, Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chewing or amok
ing tobacco, plpoi, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popula Tobacco and
Cigar .tore. tf
The U.S. Assessor's ollice at Paducah
was " gono throngh " to tho extent of
several dollar, worth of poitago sUmpi
and a gold pit: valued at $10. The thief
found the key of tho door hanging up on
the outiido and did the littlo trick for
Hok. G. W. Wall and Judgo Allen
addreiied an open air Greeley meeting in
Tamaroa last Saturday evening. At the
Republican meeting on the evening be
fore, ad Jres.ed by Ediall and Vandervoort
the number of people present was forty
five by actual count.
Mr.Ueo. STEiNiioubE, barber and hair
dresier, corner of Eighth street and Com
merclal avenur,detlrei to cull tho attention
of the bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that he Is mus
ter of bis profession in all Hi branches
Ho has bearded many a lion In hii den, and
calls for more, tf.
Mr. Jno. Hafele, proprietor of tho
Central Meal Market located on Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth street
Keep tho very best of meat always on
hand, and will deliver It In any quantity
from ono to one thousand pounds at any
time t't any part of the city free of charge
The Qui Vive Coterie Ii the name of
a club organized for the purpose of giving
a aerie, of dancing partle. during the com
ing winter ea.on, and proinlio at least
one party each month at the St. Charlei ho.
tel. The manager, are young men who wu
know will conduct matter, .mootbly and
to the satli faction of all who may partici
pate. Their arrangement, aro about per
fected, and tbeir flr.t Invitation, will
J. M. Voerun,
D. D. II. Morgan,
James C. La Hue,
W. W. Woolen,
H. D. Meyer,
J. T. Ward,
Wm. P. Halllduy.
Dr. 0. W Dunning,
M. J. McGauley,
Chus. M. Netleton,
John T. O'Shoa,
II, Given 11 h guy,
John W. Murphy,
G. W. Wbitlock,
Samuel E. Wilson,
C. E. Bunsninn,
Dr. D. Arter,
STOP AND READ
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY l
One Team Mules, also ono Team
horses, Cheap for Cash only.
10-l-dlw. Hube, Loomis, & Co,
Accommodations for a gentleman and
lady and a few day boardors may bo had
by Inquiring at Tub Bullktik. Refer
once, given and required. opt27tf
AT THE ST.
A good steady man 'o do chores aroun
the yard and barn; must bo a cood
10.031. F. D. REXrouD.
OrriOE Cairo Citv Ferry Co.
Notice Is Imreby given that a meeting
of tho stockholders ofthis company will
be hold at tbo company's ofllco, corner o
Gtb and Levee itroet, in tliii city, on Tues
day, October 8th, 1872. A
S. Staats Taylor, Preildent.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 21st, 18T2.
A place where you can buy at much for
as you can elsewhere for
O-VE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
D. A. Bokee,
Sales Agent 3-1 5-1 y.
DOATS leavino to-day.
Tho dashing Anchor line packet City Qno Dollar per pOltnd, and OV
ovoning at c o'clock for Memphis and all erything proportionately cheap
way landings. The Commonwealth will WILEY & BIXBY'S.
loavo to-aay at noon ior now uneBns ana
all way points. Tho favorlto Bello Mem
phi. is tho regular packet for St.
Louis and way landings, leaving at 0
o'clock this evening. Tho great Jim
Fisk, Jr., is the dally mail boat for Pudu
cuh and way landings at -1 J o'clock p. m.
The new steamer Frank P. Gracey is tho
regular packot leaving for Evanivillo and
all points on tho Ohio river this evening
at 4J o'clock.
CONDITION Or THE RIVERS
The Ohio U steadily falling at this point,
at the rato of two inches a day. Tho
channel is getting rather low from Evans-
ville out. Tho Ohio above here is still on
the decline. At Cincinnati thcro Is thrcn
feet six inches in the channel.
Cumberland river is still falling and
Tho Tennessee is very low and still fall
ing. The channel of tho Mississippi between
hero and St. Louis is getting rugged ngain,
and somo boats have a gieut deal of
troublo getting out. Thero is only 5$ feet
ul Powers' island.
Thero was considerable activity on the
leveo yesterday, and freight, moved rap
Idly for tho beginning of the week. Ton
nago wa. equal to ull freight on hand.
The weather was beautiful, with a cloud
less sky and a pleasant breeze during the
day, Tho nights aro quite chilly,
Tho Exporter was aground about forty
hours on her way out.
The Commonwealth with a barge in low
came out all right and fills out her trip
here. She leaves somo time to-diiy.
The Capitol City hud a good trip and
received largely here.
Tho St. Joseph got out at dark Sunday
with a fair trip. Among her passungera
thore wus a "real livo Yankee," who could
ink more questions In one uiinulo than
could be answered (none hour.
Tho U. 0. Yaegcr rninsed tho channel
at Powers' island und got aground, whoro
shu was detained twelve bourn, Sho came
out yesterday and will fill out her cargo
The Tyrone left for Mound Cliy yester-
day, where she will meet Backcnstoie's
circus. She takes them as far up tho
Ohio as Paducah, and then returns for a
Tbo Grand Towor got a largo number
of Cairoitus who go to St. Louis to tho
Thi Abert got through with tbo wrock
of tho Black Huwk Saturday evening.
Thero is now tun feet water ovor whut
remains of tho wreck, and steamers can
run ovor il with perfect safety. Sho
worked at it about ono month.
The City of Ilalorn came up from
Memphis In Just twonty-four hour.. That
Is ijood tirao with tho river in its present
Tbo Jim Fisk began her week', bus!
ness by bringing In a fair load of freight
Pilot Goorgo Clark or tho St. Joseph
left for Cincinnati liy rail yesterday
morning, to attond tho funeral of hU
mother. The J. N. Kollogg came out
with .everal loaded barges. She will re
celvo on freighted barge at this port.
The tug aiontauk took a barge below
The undersigned would ropectful!y in
form tho public that they bnvo fitted their
new store house on Eighth street with tho
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise ever beforo brought
to this market, and in order
to sccuro a largo portion of tho patronugo
of the public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB-
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock U entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming full and
winter trado of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gonts and Children's
SOOTS 5c SHOES,
HAT3 fie CAPS.
And all other articles to bo found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. Wo call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
ull itb details. Our stock of
is tbo largest in tho city, and wo aro en
abled to offor spocial Inducements to pur
chasers. In Gontlcmens1 Clothing, Hoots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo are fully prepared to meet all de
mands at prices dofyiny competition. As
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy
whoro goods aro choapest and host
we cordially invito tho public
to call and oxamino our 6tock boforo pur
Our ostabllshmont is locatod on tho oast
side of Eighth street, betweon Washington
and Commercial nvonues.
Blum & Amson.
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SmlNO AND SUMMER STYLES
Jlesmcs a lull line of
rBoasrasnErrs & hats
iTnmmcd unci untrunmeil,
FRENCH FLOWEHS. HMUONa, TBIMMIN09
of nil kind. Laces, etc., eta.
Mr. Mefloe h alio
large Himortment o
.NECK Tl.V. COLLARS. UNflERSLEEVES,
BUFr-S, BASHES, KANU,
And all other articles uiually found In a
nRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. McOf p, In addition to lie r flock of Kanof
nt Millinery !ol, b a Ann and compleie
iTtmenl ot Cincinnati Cuntoin Male Ledle
.nit MlMrV Shoe, und Children' lloot. lllnck
nd Id Color. Theje re acknowledged to
He BreM nJ belt shoe in the market, Ld t
he onlj r!oa in the oiljr ttut miie, tho in
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, between Washington
and Commercial Avonuos,
I relTlm; dallr new Invoice of
01 titrj dforlrtlon, nd at Tiicii toHcii nit
THE LATEST STYLES OF
Si'ItrNG AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
OOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PAKASOLS, ETC.
Together with nil the other articles kept
..i a Kirt Ch" Millinery and Trimmings
'lon To be olil nt the very lowt tlguru.
JST Call and lee her. No troublo to e how
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an exteniire clock of
All ot vthlch are entirelr new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant aortment of
LACES, 7 II I. NOES, KID OLOVEH, IIOSIEilT
and all article usuallj kept in a flrit-clua mil
Kwendcr invltea the public to rail und
n ne win lane pieai
I new cu-lorr er.
Our Homo Advertisers.
Chartered Mnrch SI, MOR.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. HAFFOHD, Preildent
S. S. TAYLOR. VIce-rrcMilcnt;
II. IIYHLOI', Secretary mid Treasurer.
I. M. IlARCLAT, Cm, milium,
F. II. MtocarLkTH, I'At'l. fl. Hciiuh,
It. il. CDKNiaalllM, 11, I, Halliuat,
J. M. I'liiMir.
DepoalUol liny AinoMntMrwl veil Iroui
arn i.enin vimanli.
TNTEIIEHT paid on depol at the rale ol lx
pereoni. per annum, Aiarcn Miami wpli'ln
tier 11. Inlerent not withdrawn la rjlilixl Hump
dlateljr to tie principal of the depoalU, tliereli,
K'TinK inem uuiiiiuiiiiii inifre!
HAHHIEII WOMEN AND C1IILDRKN MAY
o that No oar tut can uaAw IT.
Open eierj biialne ilar from u a.m. to 3 p.m,,
anil Halur.lar ereninK tor HAVI.NO DEI'OSITfc
onlj, from e to no clock,
auotl W. HTSLOP.Treaaurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OA I HO, IMIMMN
UAl'lTAL, , - . 8100,000
W. I'. IlAl.LIIlAY, I're.ldenw
HENRY L. IIALLIDAV, Vice-ProiMt nl
A. il. MAFFORD, Ca.hler;
WALTEK 1IYSLOP, AaiUUnt Canhier,
Htaat Tatlox, Ronar II. Ci'MtaaiuM
lliaar L. lULimAT, W. P. Haiuiut,
Oto. D. Wiluambun, HTHriirx lliab
A, II. HirroaD.
EirhAB, Coin und VdISmI NAlea
Bond Iloiisthl ami Hold.
EPOHITH receUed, and a general banklnr
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
pejt her Hi'Ck, whieh fhe will take pleaturo io-
nwini in oi'i a wen
DA MR I, IIUI1I), Preldtnt
ROHERT. Ull. .'. t ifl.Freal lat
C. .V. IIUOIIKH, Caahler.
COLLECTIONS I'ROMITLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, hank note and Unllei
cltate aecurltlea tounht and aold,
Inlereal 4IIohhI on Time llepoklla.
No. 10-t Commercial Avenue,
Hoth French ami Scotch CAM-i.MEitre
nil color. IlKAVERn and Diioah-ci.oi m
constantly on hand, nnd allgooiliw.'irranlci.
In all iti branches nUo carried on.
U It Y ii II II St.
For Salo at Wholcsalo o Retail
COIINEU 32D-STIIEET AND OHIO LEVEl
noTllll i. H ni.K
FOR LADIES, MEN aND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Ht. Com. & Wash.,
Has Jint onencd a new and MyllOi eUab
IMiinent, fully up to tho tlinc-K, mid initu
old customera and new, Iaille., children und
all, to favor him with their patronage.
E3TA1I work done In the Latent Style.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r. Hi HKXIOItll, .... rroprletuT
Cor. Ohio Levee & Second Sr.
USTUaggage conveyed to und from Do
I'Qt irec. Uuc-U tf.
SucccMorto U.S. Hurrell.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Commer
cial and Washington Avenues,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WABIl'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Ul. B, K, Fields Inform tne puhlio that he hni
on the norlhweat aide of Tenth street as named
Ilia titablei will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may oe accommodated at all houn
of the dav and nik-ht with sale team on the LOW.
EST TERMS. . ,
Pr. Fields aika a aha ol publlo patroaift-,
and will endeavor to merit It b; fair dMlini ana
ul(t allien. a to btisistii.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. II AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, FXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OF OARPXTING
"Ii Kullre Ntoclc
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
CORNER 8TU BT. AND COMMERCIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Nliii-tt.piiih atreetnud Com.
ItKAI. r.NTATK AHKM'I,
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second VLOOn) OHIO levee,
Ruv and Ssll Real Estate,
FURNISII ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
and p. epare Conrevaneea nf Kindr!
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oaa Fitter's and I'lumber'i material, Wood
pumj , globe and anjfle Talr... ttop
auo Aoim roa
Tnlla Brothers Patent Dry Ga Mater
Indicator and 8uppl7 Valve for steam btlUrsw
WIMTIt'S BLOOK, COWMiaoUlVaATWB
Our Homo Advertisers.
ItEOULAJl CAIRO, 1'ADUOAH A EVA.N3-
nr..MI-KKKI.Y U. S.
The Fait and Elegant Paaicnier Steamer
IDLE "W" ILjj;
Jack Orammer, Master.
Ed. Thomas, clerk.
S3T Leave" Cairo for I'adiicnh and Evans
Thurcilay and Sunday cvonlnjr,
Mil o'clock, conneitliig nt Evatiavlllo will!
the Louisville anil Cincinnati packet", For
luiKin ui jiuaaui! npiilj 10
J AMI'.O J I
loos I'nssciificr Ak'I.
"EOULAIl CAIRO. PADUCAH & EVANS
VII.LE SEMI-WKEKLY PACKET.
Tlio line Passenger Packet
HEN. HOWARD ,,.
GTLrnvcs Cairo for Pailticnh nml Kvnii.
n i every rtifMiny uml Friday cvutilinr at tf
.tlMPH tltnu 11.... .
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REOt'LAR CAIRO AND BVANSVII.LH
SEMLWEEKLV MaIL LINE PAUIl"i'V
The lino low prcscuro Pncngcr Packet
W. II. PENNINGTON,. .,
KjTLcavcs Cairo over)- AVeilnenlay ami
.Saturday ciiliifr at() o'clock, for Piulu ah
nml KmiiisvIIIc. For freight or iiasaaKV ul
ply on hoard or to
IAMEsIlir.es, Pateenser Ai;'l.
CAIRO AND I'ADUCAlf
B1AII. 1IO AT.
The aplendld ateamer
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, iMiittl.iyixccptcil), at
4 a. in. tur Irelght orpUMac apply tn liuan.
OAIlti, AND MOUND CITY
Will make three tripe dally.
lkavino Cairo I i.rav'o mocnd city
At7 a.m. I At fe-T) . . .. a.m.
At II a.m At I Si) p.m.
At 4U50 . . . ,p.m, AMI p.m.
Faro each way, .To ctnta; 10 tickcl. lor
$'! U). Will laml, when hailed, at any kooi!
intcrmcdlatu lauding for paencer 01
S A M W I L S O N ,
c a a L i a in
BOAT STOKES J
Onn Lkvak Caip.o, III.
nrvaa MftHWM rllLrn
Hill A l
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o every deacrtptlvo,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, HLINDS
Furnirhed on eborteat notice.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and lltli-sts.,
him;i am ii i.iu.oi'lik.
cr. c. snkia: iE,
H0lCAlt AMI KtTAIL IlliOI IS
I WINKS AND L1QUQRS1
And proprietor of ne'- anil ipendld'
No. 75 Ohio Lkvek.
CAIRO, - - . ILLINOIS,
Keepi constantly on hand tho choicest of
Winea und Liiiiori, which he will acll at tho
ery lowest llurus. Cull und examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Oil 1 0 LKVXK
Also, keep constantly on hand a inoit com
plete stock of
ICOTCB AND IRIsn WHISKIES
Fort, Madorla, Sherry nnd CatAwba Winos
RUMYTH 4 CO. aeTTexelualTely for caah.to
which fact ther Invite the eapncial alien,
'ion er cloae harvAin buyers.
F. M. STOOKFLKTII,
iccomoa to roim AiTOcartiTH
BMtller and Wholeaalo llemler lu
JKorelfjrn and Ilomeatle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Livxi,
BKkeepion hand constantly full stock
Old Kentucky Bourbon, By and Monooga
t i WblikUt. Frenoh BrandlH, UelUnd oin