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THE BULLETIN.
PafclLesttlots Balietla BalMlstc
Waaalactoa Avoaa.
LOCALS OF THE WEEK.
19TH.
Our friends in all the neigh
boring towns arc earnestly
requested to como as organ
ized Grecloy and Brown clubs.
The fare on the railroad
and packets will be reduced to
one-half. Wo intend to have
a grand rally on the 19th.
Metropolis and Paducah held cattlo
shows last week.
Mr. 0. Uanny and lady returned from
their bridal tour yeitorday morning.
Gilt edge butter, at "WHoy & Bixby's
10-l2-3t.
The first frost of the season occurred
Friday morning.
"Wood for $1 00 per load at tho Uox
Factory. 10-fi-o o d-3m.
Go to "Wiley & Hlxby's for choice but
ter. 10-12-3t.
Chief of polico L. H. Meyers and
lady returned from their western visit last
week.
Krmh oysters received dally and for
sale by tho whole or half can at I'hil.
Saup'a. 10-2dtf.
Irvin Duua.v, who has lain sick for a
week past with swamp fever Is recovering-
To-morrow or next day parties aro ex
pected from St. Louis to begin tho work
of removing Bacon rock.
The anniversary meeting of tho liiblo
society occurs to-night at the M. K. church,
corner of Eighth and "Walnut atrcets.
Owi.no to sickness in tho family of the
editor the appcaranco of tho Cairo 'Ga
zette' will be delayed until Monday even
ing. "We have for tale, a few bound voluinca
of tbeC.viRo Trice Current lor October 1,
187J, to October 1,1671!. Enquire at tho
Bulletin office. 10-l2d'Jt
Block stamping done at tho Grover
& Baker sewing machine rooms, "Wash
ington avenue. I'ostoffice address,
H. F. Goodyear,
10-12-lm. box COO, Cairo, Ills.
If you wish to indulge In a delicious
cigar, patronize 1. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wiih good chowing or smok
ing tobacco, pipoi, tobacco pouches, otc,
go to P. Saup'a popula Tobacco and
Cigar store. tf
Jimmy Coleman Is clerking in tho
commission house of Green and "Wood,
No. 78 Springfield block.
For Bent, a two-story business house,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is we),
adapted for Saloon and Boarding houso
Apply to John Hkoarty, No. 89, Ohio
Levee. 10-1-dtf. '
"Wiley ii Bixiiy have jut received a
full lino of fleli, consisting of mackerel,
cod fish, salt herring, smoked halibut,
salmon, etc., etc. 10-12-St.
Java peach blow potatoes nt Wiley Sc
Bixby's, 10.1'J.3t.
Coiifisii that weigh 100 lbs. at Wiley
& Bixby's. 10-12-31.
Wm. Eu(ikne Kin.vear, son of James
M. Kinnear of this city, died of diptheria
on Sunday morning laat.
The 'Sun' thinks the oflurts of tho
Greeley and Brown club to got up a "big
blow out'' on tho 10th aro useless. Hasn't
tho 'Sun' man heard from Indiana?
Judoi: Fredoline Bkosr of Cairo, has
been elected Grand Master of the Grand
Lodge of I. 0. 0. F., for tho ttato of llli
nois. The ball to bo given by tho Bismark
Bund in tho Philharmonic Hall, is
horebr postponed until further notice.
By order of tho committee of arrange
ments. 10-13-lt.
We call attention to tho notlco of tho
supper which tho ladies of tho Gorman
Lutheran church proposo to glvo noxt
Thursday at tho commission houso of Pe
ter Cuhl, on tho lovco.
A joint meeting of tho city council is
to bo held to-morrow evening, as there,
woro not enough members present to form
n quorum lost Friday night, and conse
quently no business was transacted.
The work of preparing tho Cairo and
Fulton railroad for tho passago ol trains,
is bolne rushed forward rapidly and will
soon havo been accomplished
gun last Monday.
It was be -
Wm. Ec.OE.ts, well known to Cairo poo- acquaintance changed hi mind en
plo in day. that aro gone, is superintendent I ho I, onthus astlo in bis praise
of the European hotel in Cincinnati, and our city and it. pooplo. No longer .go
is particular, careful-.n his attention to r.X?Sh
Cairo guosts. So Stillwell says.
The editor of tho 'Sun,' who Is supposed
to bo postod, having just roturned from St.
Louis, says that Dr. Paul O. Schuh and
lady of Cairo, Danlol B. Drew of New
York and Hon. J. G. BlJno wero in at
tondancoat the fair. '
We understand that tho repairs to tho
wharf bocau yesterday aro tooxtond to tho
Stone depot; that the ground washed
away is to bo illlod in and paved over,
which will make tho wharf uniform and
boautiful from Third stroot to tho Stone de
pot. Several of our pleasure loving young
people havo organizod a dancing club for
tho coming season, called tho Qui Vivo
Coterio. Thoy aro to give ono party oach
month certainly, and perhaps others.
The invitations to the series of parties aro
already out.
Wiley & Bixiiy sell first-class goods
only. 10-12-3t.
Ciaccrr court ha been ln session dur
ing the week, hearing the causo of Lewis
vi. City National kanlc, et all. Argu
ment! to bo presented In writing by the 1st
of January noxt. Court adjourned on
yeitorday until tlio 10th Intt., when it
will adjourn tine die.
The J. J, Abert bat completed her
work in tho bond abovo tlio city, and re
ports seven feet water and a clear and
perfoctly safo channel to Mound City.
Sho has been temporarily transferred to
the Mississippi river, and is at prcsont
at work pulling snags in Bird's bend and
above.
The flro yesterday was in one of tho
framo buildings on Commercial avenue
between Fifth and Sixth streets but was
extinguished beforo doing much damage
Tho engines wore all on the spot in a
twinkling and wot tho surrounding
neighborhood so thoroughly that it
probably will not catch flro again for
somo time.
Mr. Jno. Hafele, proprietor of tho
Centrnl Meat Market located on Washing
ton avonue 4th door belew Tonth streot
Keeps tho vory best of meat always on
hand, and will dollvor it in any quantity
from ono to one thousand pounds at any
time to any part of the city free of charge.
10-3dlm.
Mr. C. Ha.v.ny has just returned to this
city with a stock of fall goods, which for
quantity, quality, style and cheapness he
la confident has never been equalled in
tbia city. Ho will offer an assortment of
ladlca' dress goods, handsome prints, mus
lins, notions, ietc., etc., at extremely low
figures.
Call and examine.
and be con-10-13-lf.
vinccd.
The United States district court for tho
Southern district of Illinois held its tlrst
session in tho court room of tho custom
houso on Tuesday last. Judge Treat pre
sided over its sessions, with Bluford Wil.
son as prosecuting attorney. A few cases
of admiralty were presented to the court,
but all either dismissed or held over for
another term, and tho court adjourned
without empanelling a jury.
The now corn mill of Green and Wood
situated above the stone depot on tho
lovce, will bo completed next week, and
will bo In running order soon after. It
is to contain two run of four feet burrs,
with a capacity of ono hundred and fifty
barrels of meal por day. Tho building is
thirty by soventy feat, and three stories
high. This mill will turn out the best
quality of kiln dried meal. J, E. Loomis
is putting in the machinery.
Four cases were brought before the po
lice court yeitorday, and handled with
usual dispatch. James Cord, for drunken
ness. Paid $1 and costs.
Tom Corker, for offensive conduct was
fined, $-1 and costs.
Ed. Noble, (or fighting, was fined $5
and the trimmings.
Mat Burns was arraigned for abusive
language, but tbo evidence did not sustain
the chargo and he went his way.
From a private letter wo learn that Mr.
Frank Bedard Is progressing finely with
his work on Cumberland dam, and Is
about to closo the gap on tho Illinois aide
of tho ialand so that steamers will be com
polled heroafter to pass on tho Southland
side. Tho work thus 'far completed has
caused the current of the river to change
' so that thero is now 3 foot on the Smith
land side which Is moro water than is
I reported on tho bars in the lower Ohio.
Cait. Jam Er. Goon of tho Miss. V. T
company of St. Louis, J. O. Hayworth
and Mr. P. Daggy of Chicago, Lieut. Col.
J. S. Dennis, surveyor general of Canada,.
Mr. Lindsay Russel of Ottawa, aslrono-
mer to her majesty's royal engineers, Ex.
Collector D. G. Hay of White county, Il
linois, Jewett Wilcox of St. Louis, Louis
J. Wbito of the Kings county 'Democrat,'
wero among tho arrivals last week.
The wifo and child of Mr. James M.
Beverly of tho Paducah packol, James
Fisk, were in the car that was smashed on
the E. and P. R. R., on Thursday night.
Both mother and child escaped without
injury, further than tho loss of tbo moth
er's hair which had to be cut off as it had
caught in tho wreck and was holding her
down. Mrs. Beverly and child, and
another child wero the only persons in
tho car who escaped without injury.
The following is a list of now buildings
now in process of oroction which we have
noted for tho week : A frame dwelling
houso on Soventh stroet near Cedar
framo dwelling house on Lucas St. botwoon
Twelfth and Thirteenth; a frame dwel
ling on Fifteenth stroet between Walnut
and Codar stroot; a two story brick build
ing twcnly-Uvo by thirty-six foct at the
corner of Walnut and Contre streets; a
two-story brick building twenty-five by
thirty-six feet on tho corner of Twenty
third and Cedar streots.
Cuaklie Kyle and Mr. Lucius YY.
Miller returned from tho St. Louis fair
yesterday. Mr. Miller goos to Memphis
on a short visit this evening. Mr. Miller
Is comparatively a stranger to our city
1 ftn(j UBed to bo as thoroughly prejudiced
I against it as any ono could bo. His short
Louts and Cairo, give him Cairo first, last
and always. Ask Smith,
Louis Blattkau, whom everybody
knows, and who is tho friend of ovory
body, is now fully installed in his now
quartors, on Eighth streot, botwoon Com
mercial and Washington avonuos. He of
fers to the public tho host St. Louis boor
tho choicest brands of wlno and tho purest
liquors to be found in tho city, and hopes
that thoso, civil treatment and a cordial
recoption, will insure to him a gonorous
sharo of publio patronage. Come and
soo Louis in his now homo. Ho has a wel
como for everybody, and for you, roader,
a cordial ono. tf.
Mrs. Anna Lano, Eighth stroet bo
twoon Commercial and Washington avo
nues, has lust reoeived it largo and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attention to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
something now in this market. Her
woolen drawors and legglns combined are
also sometbing now and tho most comfort-
- ' ol.l. tl,ln f7 1illl
ren In cold weather
Mr. Geo. Steinhouse, barber and hair
dresior, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avcnue.deslrestocall the attention
of tho bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and tho fact that he Is mas
tor of bis profession in all its branches.
Ho has bearded many a Hon In his den, and
calls for moro. tf.
Ilr tho end of this week the asphalt
pavoment in the custom houso yard and
around It will have been noarly com
pleted. It Is composed of hot sand and
prepared coaltar heated and mixod to a
certaln'conslstency which is laid over
tho ground to a depth of about two Inches.
After it has partially cooled a heavy rol
ler passes over it making it smooth and
compact Then a light coat or dry cement
is placed on top mid when perfectly cool
the pavement is as hard as ftono and very
tough and durable
The following committees havo been
appointed in connection with the mats
meeting of tho 1 9th.
COMMITTEE OF RECEPTION.
S. Steats Taylor,
P. O. Schub,
John M. Lansden,
W. P. Halliday,
G. D. "Williamson.
COMMITTEE ON MCSIC.
F. Bross,
J, Hchlessinger,
P. "W. Barclay.
COMMITTEE ON PROCESSION.
Henry "Winter,
James Swayne,
John Robinson,
Fred Kochlcr,
James W. Hoarder).
COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION.
J. M. Phillips,
Dennis Coadv,
"W. n. Morris.
COMMITTEE ONSrEAKKRl' BTANI.
"Wm. McHale,
T. "W. Halliday,
H. W.-Wobb,
H. Meyer,
J. W.Johnson.
WANTED
Immediately, In Chicago, 1.C00
brlck-laycrs. Wages, $5 00 per
good
day
Apply to Room 2, Excbango building, S
W. Cor. Clark and Washington streets,
Chicago. 10-13-Ot
NOTICE.
Compressed Yeast just received and for
sale at R. V. Belr.ner's, No. 142 Commer
cial Ave. 10-10-3t
WANTED.
Iramcdiatoly 600 hands to work on tho
C. A. Jc T. R. R. Good station work at
from 18 to 25 cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
H. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
10-Cdlm
WANTED.
Tie contractors and tie men on the C. A.
& T. R. R. at 25 cts per tie. - Apply to
J, H. Bethune,
10.10-lmo. Charleston Mo.
WANTED
A good reliable boy to work in the jew
elry store of E. and W. Budor. Apply, at
the" store. 10-li!-3t.
THE MAP OF CAIRO
Containing tho fifth addition to the city
is now nt The Bulletin office, ready for
delivery to subscribers, and for sale.
10-12-3t.
DISSOLUTION OF
SHIP.
COPARTNER.
s is llBrobv eiven th.t tho co-
J p4rtnersbip heretofore existing between
tho undersigned and Robert A. Cunning
ham under tbo name and style of Lonergan
& Cunningham, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The said Robort A.
Cunningham has assumed all tho liabilities
of said firm or copartnership, and is en
titled to collect all tho debts duo tbo samo.
Dated this 11th day of October, A. D. 1872.
Wm. Loneroan,
R. A. Cunningham.
F.ICHIIOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhoff has purchased tho inter
est of bis brothers in the above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furniture manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has a full stock of oxtra
soasonod lumber on hand, and can war
rant evory articlo no manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of lledleath, Chairs.
Tablos, Bureaus, Desks, ward robos, mat
tresses, etc., always on band, and bis prices
dofy competition. Salos room at tho fac
tory. G-25tf.
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Bolow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by II. Levi for hides, tallow,
foathors, etc. H. Lovl doos a very large
trado In his line, and It Is a well known
fact that he always pays the highest price.
to bo obtained in this market. Ho is pay
ing for
Hides, dry flint 13 lb lGtoHo
Hides, green salted "r 11) BtoOJc
Deer skins lb 20 to 25c
Tallow $1 It 5 to fin
Feathers lb 36 to C5c
10-3tf.
RIVER NEWS.
AHHVXD.
Steamer Frank P. Gracoy, Evansville,
J. W. Mills, Shotwoll mines,
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Jim Fisk, Jr. Paducah,
11 City of Chester, Memphis,
11 Bolle Memphis, St. Louis,
" City of Vlcksburg, Vicksburg
DEl'AKTED.
Steamer Farnk P Gracey, Evansville,
J W Mills, Shotwoll mines,
" Mary Lowry, N. Orleans,
" Illinois, Columbus,
11 Jim Fisk, Jr Paducah,
City of Chester, St. Louis,
" Hollo Memphis, Memphis,
City of Vicksburg, St. Louis,
ma muddy coal.
Stoamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with elthor lump or chest
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
torras. at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contract, offered on favorablo
term, upon application.
U. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Bokkx, Gen'l. Supt.
Sales Agoct 3-16-ly.
MOATS LEAVINO TO-DAY.
The olegant Pauline Carroll will leave
I this evening i
it 0 o'clock, for Now Orleans
Grand Tower, will leave for Bl. Louis and
all intermediate landings, thli evening at
0 o'clock.
The regular Evansville packet will
loavo at 7 o'clock this evening.
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
Hero the river was about stationary
yesterday. The Ohio is probably as low
as it will get this season, and from this
time wo look for a rise. At Pittsburg tbo
river is rising slowly. Twenty-four Inches
is the depth of the Ohio from Evansville
out. Thero Is 0 feet scant at Power's
island. Six feet ton inches to Memphis,
and seven foot below thero. The total fall
in the Ohio last week was one foot.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business on the leveo yesterday was
very quiet, and it was the dullest Satur
day that wo have had for many weeks.
The weather was clear with a pleasant,
gentle wind.
GENERAL ITEMS.
The Bettie Gilbert is on her way to
Wabash rivor with herdredgingapparatus
and will go to work immediately dredging
that stream.
The tow boat Wild Cat brought out her
tow of iron ore and will loavo with it on
the first rise In tbo Ohio. Sho had to
double trip It through Bird's bend. The
John Means has her tow of iron oro made
up and is patisntly waiting moro water in
tho Ohio rlvtr. Tbo slow gated May
Lowry filled out her cargo and departed
with a good trjp.
A densei fog Interrupted navigation
night before last and part of yesterday
morning.
The J. J. Abert is working among tho
snags in Bird a bend.
The DoRussy was pulling snags at tbo
head of Island No. 2 yesterday.
The Frank P. Oracey was aground 48
hours on Henderson bar, and was helped
off by the Umpire.
The City of Chester was aground fifteen
hours at Island 21, on her way down.
Tho J. W! Wicks brought down the
tow of coal which tho Painter grounded on
Cottonwood about onb week ago. Ed.
Sisson was up from Columbus yesterday,
and is the picture of good noalth: The
fog caused the transit Illinois to looso ono
trip yesterday morning.
Jim Totten is pilot of tho R; E. De
lluuy.
Tho Paulino Carroll bad not arrived
when our report was cloiod, and it is
probable that sho is still aground at
Powers' island. Whon she ran aground
one of her barges broke loose and floated
about) four hundred yards below her,
where It got hard aground.
Tho wifo and child of J. M. Bevorly
clerk of the Jim Fisk, wero in tho car
which jumped the track and turned bot
tom side up on tho E. and P. Railroad,
on the 10th inst. They escaped without
serious injury. The child was not Injured,
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City Hatloaal Baak BaUdla.
Special attention paid to orders Irom ileus
boats nUht or dav
ANNOUNCEMENT.
STUART AND GHOLSOX
Are now offering a full line
of the celebrated York min
ster black alpacas. They are
positively the best value in
this market. They also ofter
a full line of the newest styles
of dress fabrics at popular
prices. They will open, on
Monday morning, an elegant
line of long and square otto
man shawls, also a line of
choice prints. Our prices and
system of business is arranged
exclusively to merit the con
fidence and patronage of the
cash trade. Making a specialty
of this class of trade, wo aro
enabled to offer the advantages
demanded bv them. New
goods every week. It.
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tanor's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store on
Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car
rirge painting and trimming
on short notico, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at No.l in Cairo.
.2im John Taner.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
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, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono 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.
5-24-tf
FRED 'ROSE
MBBCHAWT TAILOE
NEW ADElTISEMENTS.
The war that fore space did fall,
Now trebly thtin&Wlng swells the gale,
And Greeley Is the cry I
&-ttA.2X ID
LIBERAL AND DEMOCRATIC
MASS
MEETI3STO-
.A. T
CAIRO
0 3ST
Saturday, October 19.
The Liberal Republicans atM Democrats of
Cairo semi greeting 10 ineir menus in bourn
cm Illinois Missouri and Kentucky the as
surance that they are still undismayed In
their struggle for reform and truth and an
Invitation to Join them In a
Or Ti, -A. ITT D Tl .A. Ij ITS"
nt Cairo
lowing
promised
people:
on the 10th Instant. The fol
distinguished orators lave
to be present nnd address the
GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN
ol xMissoun.
HON. JOHN YOUNG BROWN
of Kentucky
HON. LYMAN TRUMBULL
of Illinois.
HON. V. W. O'BRIEN aid J. L. I)
MORRISON of Illin.is.
Several band" of music will eillvcn the
occasion ; ana there will be it
a-:R,.A.:fcT:D
TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION
at night. Tho
GREELEY AND BROWN (LUBS
in the neighboring towns arc required to
come in a body.
The friends of reconciliation and eform
must not waver. Come and let u oiinscl
together for the grand battle In November.
DRY UOODa.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY !
A place where you can buy a9 muh for
OUST IE DOLLAB
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undorsigncd would reipctfully in
form the public that thoy have fitted their
new store houso on Eighth strict with tho
finest and best assorted stock of
general merchandise over before 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
FIGURES THAN
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
DBY GOODS,
BOOTS &c SHOES)
CLOTHIHQ-,
HATS &c OAFS.
And all other articles to bo found in a
flrut class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. Wo call espocial attention to our large
assortment of dross goods, shawls and
cloaks, which dopartmont is complete In
all Its details. Our stock of
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
CASSAMERES,
JEANS, ETC.
is tho largest in the city, and vo are en
abled to offer special inducomeits to pur
chasers. In Gentlemens' Clothing, loots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnlsbiig goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all de
mands at pricea dofylng corapetltfcn. As
it Is to the interest of every one to buy
where goods aro cheapest anl beat
Our Home Advertiser.
COITCBRT
A N II
OYSTEK SUPPER
For the benefit ol the
GERMAN EMANUEL'S CHURCH
Given under the nuIces of the
OERMAN LUTHERAN LADIES'
CIATlON OK CAIRO,
ASSO-
Thursday
Evening, Oct. 17,
1872
In Peter Culil's new building
' . . U.I ilt.t..
Admission, 2fct.
10-13-td.
iiIvr TO cts.
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COKPANY.
( prepared to aappl customer with he be
qunlltjr of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO A T.i.
OHDKltS left at Halliday llro. olBcc, 70
OHIO LEVKK, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The TUO "Montauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamer at any hour.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
LTJMBB Ob.
Having the sole right In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the bc9t Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
tho shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASOXKD I.UM1IKH.
Attention is called to our stock of
W-Xjl5nTT, ASH
AND
CYPRESS FLOORING
I Lumber delivered to any part ol the city
Urdem rcceivcu at me ouiec oi
8AFFOBD, MORKIS CANDEE,
at that of the company,
treetand Ohio levee
corner of S4lh
autr25d3m.
A. HAL LEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin nd Hollow Ware, Clothes WruRra
Win, Coal ilodi, FireSboTela, Air 0
Toile
Oatof.
AicricTctia or
TIN
ZINC, OOPPEK AND SHKE1
IRON WARK.
No. 166 Washington-avenue
CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
sssrRooflnK, Guttering aad all ktada of Jo
rk donaat hortat notloo. tebldif
72.
SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
1ARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TicKiifraa.
CHECKS,
AMD
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JEANS, TXTAA,
OASSIMERS,
iFij-A.asrisriEiijS.
BLACK ALPACAS
AND
LUSTERS,
GROSRAIN SILKS,
ropi.lNs.
LARUE STOCK OF CARPETING
OILCLOTHS,
UATTINO,
Window NtisMUa,
01 LT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAM ABK5.
Itla Entire Ntoek
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VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CENIR 8TH BT. AND COSIUKROIAL-AV.,
Cairo. Illlssola.
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N5W LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
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DSWIIN WASH'N AVKNUS AND WALNUT
1
I'. 1). rialds Informs tue publio that h hs
opeaed a
LIVERY STABLE,
od northwast side of Tenth street as namsd
Ulfublii will ba furnished with none but the
Our Home Advertisers.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUOAII ft EVAMS
VILLE 8KMI-WKEKLY V. 8.
MAIL PACKET.
The Fiat and Elegant Passs ni er Steamer
IDLBWILD.'
Tack O hammer, Master.
Eu. Thomas, Clerk.
JEST Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
ville, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
ato o'clpck.,ronnectlng at Evanavlllo with
tho Louisville and Cincinnati packets. Fo'
freight or passage apply to
James BiooaPasscnircr Aa'l.
REGULAR CA1RO.FADUCAH A EVANS
VILLE semi.w'eekly PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
ARKANSAS BELLE.
I1EN. HO WARD Master
Np.oley Hudii clerk
tSTLcaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
lllc every luocday and Friday evening attl
p clock, r or freight or paasaKo apply on
board or to
.Tames Hidog. IVuvniter Ait't.
"t:EJifhVK CAmo AND EVANSVILLE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The (Inc low pressure Ia8cngcr Packet
QTTIOKSTEIIF.
W. II. PENNINGTON Mast
ISTLcavcs Cairo every Wednesday anil
.Saturday cvcnlnp at 0 o'clock, for Padu :ali
and Evansville. For freight or passage up
ply on board or to
James Biooa, Passenger Ag't.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MA It BOAT.
The uplendld Meitmtr
JAS. PISZ,
Dick Fowleu, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 a.m. For freight orpasagc apply on hoan.
to .Ias. 111008, Ag't.
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CAIHt. AND MOUND CITY
ATKAX TIG,
CACHE
Will make three trips dllj.
LEAVI.NO CAIIIO
At" a.m.
At 11 a.m
LEAV'O MOUND CITY
At 8:30 a.m.
At 1:30 p.m.
Ato. ... p.m.
At4:) p.m.
Fare each way. 30 cents: 10 tickets (or
$2 M. Will land, when hailed, at any gooi!
Intermediate lauding for passengers oi
ireigniK. tiovill.
31 1 I.I.I NEK ST.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
IN THE
ATHENEUM BUILDING
has opened out an eztenelro stock of
MILLHERY GOODS
All ot which are entirely new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
St
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACES, TRINOE8, KID OLOVKS, BOSIXHT
and all articles usually kept In a first-class mil
linery store.
Mr. Kwamttr Intltes the pu Ilia to call and 'n
:ther dock, whifh she will take pleasure la
howlnit lo old as well as new custon ers.
MRS. McGEE,
On Klxhth Street, helween Commercial and Wash
nxtou ATenues, is daily receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST 8FRINO AND SUMMER STTLE8
Ueeitlea a lull line of
BoasrasTETB 5c hats
(Trimmed and uatrimmed,
FIIENCU FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TR1MMIN03
of all kinds. Laces, etc.. etc
Mrs. McOea has also a large assortment o
Kbdot Articles, such as
.NECK TLS. COLLARS. UNDER8LEEVES,
RUFFS, HASUKd, FANS,
And all other articles usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee, In addition to her stock of Fanof
nd Milliner floods, has a tine and complete as
scrtmeul ol Cincinnati Custom Mule Ladles
md Mlssrs' Shoes and ChlMrens' lioots, Black
and In Colors. Thesa are acknowledged to be
trio ilnest and best shoes in the market, ar.d this
thH only place In the city that makes them a
BOOT AXIS MIOE HTOKE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., noar Athenouro.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkm and
SilOES.
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
REAL. FJSTATE AQENOt.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
SHO
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (SECOND s-LOOK) OUIO LEVEE,
caibo, ills,,
Buy and Sill Rial Estati,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELS
And prepare Conteyaacas of Kindt!
IHCELLAHE9CW.
l"DLEWiLD-"MTLLS'
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
Levee.
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
AUSALi
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
Vflce. Also a good artlele of
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