OPFICB, BTJIjIjSTIlSr BTTILDIlira, COB. 12TH STUSE'r WASHIUTOTOlSr AVEWTTB.
JOHN H..0BERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 1G. 18T2
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
Preaching, Sabbath, nt 10) n.in. nnd 7J p.m.
I'raycr meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
Sabbath School, .1 p.m. J. M. Lansdon, 8 ti
pcrintendenl. Hr.v. II. Thaykk, Pastor
MKTIIODI9T. Cor. Eighth and Walnut St
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m.. and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday. 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, a. p.m. L. W. Stlllwcll,
Superintendent. Ur.v. V. L. Thompson,
CJIUnCH OF THE UEUEEMElt (Episco
pal.) Morning prayer. Sabbath 10 a.m.
Evening praycru, 7J p.m.
Sabbath School, I) a.m.
Hkv. E. Coax, Hector.
8T. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth St. and
Public service, Sabbath B:10 and 10 a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath Scliool, 2 p.m.
Sen Ice every day, H a.m.
Hkv. P. J. O'Halloka.v, Priert.
treet between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at'JoVlock p.m. 11. C.
Hkv. Iton'T. llKi.iitn, Pastor
YOUNO MEN'S ClIKISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Itcgtil.tr meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
A CVh book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 74 p.m. at
I.. W. Stillwell, President.
FHICAN METIIODIST.-Fourteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
en Ice, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
bbath School, lj p.m.
,awt meets at 3 p.m.
jCCONI) FREE WILL IJAPTLST'-Flf.
lecnth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Seniles Sabbath. 14 and 3 p. m.
Hkv. N. Kickh, Pa-tor.
FHEE WILL I1APTIST HOME MISSION
SAHIIATU SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, !J a.m.
FIRST FHEE WILL, HAPTIST CHUHCH
Sen fee", Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3 p.m. A 74 p. in.
Hkv. Wm. Kki.lky. Pastor.
FIHST MISSIONAHY 1IAPTKI' CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 104 a,m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting. V, cdii'Mlay evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 14 p.m. .lohn anllaxtcr
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendent!!.
.. IlKV. T. J. SHOUK!, Paitor.
Street, between Cellar and Walnut. The
only Haptt't church recognized by the Ai
hocUtlon. Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. ami . p.m.
Hkv. Jacob Hkadlky. Elder.
AIHO COMMANDEHV. No. 13.-fetated
Awemblv at the Aylum Ma-onic Hall, nr-t
and third Saturday in each month.
CA1HO COl'NUL,'No.24.-Rcgular Convo
cation at MaMnlc Hall, the eccond rriday
lu each month.
CAUtO CHAPTER No. 71.-Hegular Con
vocation at Ma-onlc Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol e cry month.
CAIHO LODGE. So. 237 F. A A. I. Itegu
lar Communication at Maonlc Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODOE, 22V-Mect In Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Artcr's building, every
Thunday evening at 8 o'clock.
GovernorJohn 31. Palmer ;
Lleutcnant-Go cntor .John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor of Stato-C. E. Lippincott :
State Treasurer E. N. Haten ;
bupt. Public I tistractloii New ton Ilatemati
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
(leprefentatlvei! for the state-at-Large s.
Reprcfentatlve Thirteenth District John
MEMHERS GENERAL ASsEMHLY.
Senators, First DlMrict T. A. E. Holcomh,
f Union, and S. K. Gibn, of Gallatin.
Representative, Flrt Dlstrict-H. atfon
Judge D. J. liaker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Sberin-A. H. Inln.
Wm. Martin An-ei,or and Treasurer.
Judge F. Brow.
Associate J. E. McCritc and ft. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Goemaii.
Mayor John M. Landcn.
Treasurer J. H. Taylor.
Comptrollei E. A. iturnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. H. Pope.
Pollco Magistrates V. llross and U. Shan-
Ch'icf of Policc-L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Landcn.
First Ward P. G. Schiih.
Second Ward-C. H. Woodward.
Tiiini Wnnl .lno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S.,StaaU Taylor.
Clty-ut-Largo W. P. Halllday and D.
IlOAHI) OK ALDKltMF.N.
Flint AVard -James Hcardcn, A. U. Saf.
lord, Isaac Woldcr.
Second Ward-R. H. Cunningham, h. Uu
dcr, Q. Stancel, James Swayiie.
.ri.it.l i'r,lWm. Slrntton. J. 11. Pill l,
Vnnrtli Wnril-.Ino. II. Robinson, U. II.
Seaso. J. II. Metcalf.
A WOMAN'S CONSTANCY.
A iborttimo ago the governor of Mis
lourl pardoned an lnmatoof the state pen
itontlary whoio Innoconco was proved un
der very peculiar circumstance!. U bad
moved a a farmer from Ohio to Missouri,
and not being vory prosperous, bad occa
lon to loll a tlno span of horses, for which
ho received $i00 in now crisp national cur
rency. ThU was in 1870, when counter
feiting was very extonslvely carried on,
and tile money thui received proved to bj
iputioui. Sotnoof Itrtho farmer paiicd
and thu remainder wa found In his
pojieesion. The itock dealer who
bought tbo horset iworo that
ho paid for them In bllti on nn Illinois
bank, nnd bclnj; unablo to provo tlio con
trary, the farmer was sent to the peniten
tiary for llvo yours. Ills wife ttoutly
maintained his innocence, but her appeal
for clemency at first proved unavailing.
Sho thereupon retolved to fnrrot out tbo
guilt of the man through whoso. instru
mentality her husband had been con
demned. To this end she converted her
seir into a dotcctive, and like a shadow
pursued tbo man who had bought her
husband's hones. Under various dis
guises sho followed him for months in tho
WV.t ml N'nrth. and thouL'll tho found
much to confirm her suspicions, ho could
not discover sufficient testimony to securo
his conviction. Finally he fell ill at Now-
ton, Sussex county, N. J., and as sho was
topping at the same noiei, iiio iuuhu
thero her golden opportunity. fceeKing
the attending physician shu tola mm
storv of her husband's wrongs,
filially induced him to assist
In obtalnine a conflrma-
lion or disproof of her suspicions. The
horse-dealer was by a harmless device in
duced to believe that his ailment was far
moro serious than It in reality was, ana
under this impression he sent for a clergy
man. When bis m'nd was properly pro
pared, the farmer's wifo enterod tbo room
without her usual disguise, and implored
the sick man to repair tbe great wrong
which ho had done her husband. 'Ihls
led to a full confession subsequently
confirmed before a magistrate to the ef
fect that ho was connected with an ex-
ensivo gang of counterfeiters; that he
did not usnally pais counterfeit money
himself, but placed it in the hands or con
federates In different parts of tbo country
for circulation ; that he oia, nowever,
pss $.'i00 in payment of the span of horses
in Missouri, as he wanted the horses, and
was not at that time provided with other
With the facts, properly attested, sbp
proceeded back to Missouri, laid her evi
dence before tho goTernor, and obtained
as her reward the full pardon of bcr hus
band. Then camo a loyrui deliverance,
and the twain, bound toeethor by now
and most enduring ties, are now living
happily togetbor on a farm in Southern
Illinois, lllustratirg irums oi connancy
and devotion, which are marvelous as fic
tion, and commencing a new Iliad in their
Our Home Advertisers.
DIt. B. C. TAKER,
Iir Kmctlcn of hla profession
with csneclal reference to the elcctrlcn
treatment ot diseases In all tho new and im
urnvntl mnthnila nf nrtnllpiltlnli.
In all cases of .emale complaints a lady
will no in attendance.
Office, li!8 Commercial avenue, up stairs,
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
E81DENCE No. 21 Thirteenth street, bo-
i twceo wasniogion avenuand Walnut street
c IJ. Commercial arenun, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TEB1DENCE cornerNlnth and Walnut sts,
IVOttice comer main iiren ana unio lev
Grace hours from t a.m. to U m., and 9 p.ni
H. WAKDNER, M. D.
ItESIDENOK.-Corner Ninattenth street and
l ui..h...ri.n Hoiiia. near court house. Oi.
fie?. over Aner'sOrocery more, Offlce Hours Irom
10a.m. to 11 ID. ana -am u u.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H. (ireen. l
1 William U Oilbsrl,
(Muss P. Gilbert, J
LAUOIITK LENDS A NEW CHARM
To beauty, when it discloses a pretty set
of teeth. Whiteness, when nature bas
supplied this element of loveliness, may
lo retained through life, by using tho
fragrant Sozodont. 10-15-dlw.
A di m.-Tho Evening Star is the most
beautiful sheet-iron cylinder wood stove
made. It I durable, economical, una me
poor mans iriena. r.veryuouy tauuiu
Lavo one of theso excellent stove.
1 IMI'IIOVEMKNT IN CaIIINET ObOANH.
Mr. George W. Scribner has recently in
vented an improvement in Reed Instru
ments, called '-Scribner's Qualifying
Tubes," which, from its simplicity and
efficacy far surpasses anything yet produced.
'These tubes when added to an ordin
ary sized instrument so increase the vol
ume of sound, giving at the samo time a
soft and flute-liko tono to the notes, as to
make It approach to a moderate sized pipe
V ... . . - J I I
"YYenavoseun u icsiea, ami ume
no hesitation in saying mai lovers oi
music have only to hear for themselves to
bo convinced of tho value of this inven
tion." From the Montreal Daily Nows.
In eveky quakter or the olohe
where it is known, and there aro few in
deed where, it is not, tho Mexican Mustang
Liniment takes precedence of all similar
preparations. Its transcendant merits
have obtained for it a popularity seldom
reached by any proprietary medicino. In
its infancy tho fiat of Its success was pro
nounced in tbe wido-spread endorsement
which it roceived Irom pnysicians, vetor
inury surgeons, horsemen and the public
genorally. No one now thinks of ques
tioning its claim to be considered the
standard liniment of America.
AWARD Or l'REMINMS Or THE LOW EL I
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, HELD
LOWELL, THE 17th, 18th, AND lQtb, OF
OCTOIIER, 1871 RETORT OK COMMITTEE
"Clam XX. Musical Instruments
Etc. Simnrons, Clough & Co. Cabinet
Organ, entered by Geo. Crum, Lowell, was
awarded tho t irst l'retnium lor us extra
ordinary clearness and purity of tono.
"Estoy Organ, enterod by Tboo. Nelson,
second premium. This Estey Organ is
ni.rlv enual to tho Simmons, Clough & Co.
Cabinet Organ, in regard to its cloarness
and purity or tone.
"Simmons, Clough & Co. Melodeon, on
terod by Goo. Krum, Lowell, First Pro
mlum. Lowell Journal.
TO THE PUBEIO.
Anticipating a decline In price of
of all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomers should know we aro determined
to carry.out our promises of cheap printing
we feel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady Increase or bulncs
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience in buslncsi and
together with our advantages lit the
purchase anil selection of stock, our
customers may rest asured we will try
to merit a continuance ol their very liberal
patronage. We invite your attention to the
following revised list ol
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
IS I L L II E A I) S
on gooil 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size pcr.M 1 W)to M. Korother
qualities add the difference in the cot of the
on II lb. paper, Flat Cap or same quality of
Kollo I'ot, per M t (WtoO 00 ; per one-half
M ti ) to II W.
per M i.'i 00to7 00, according to sle and
quality of paper; per one-half M ?3 OOtol 00.
on ordinary size per M.tl OOtoS N), accord
ing to stvle and quality. Commercial per M
?4 SOtoS 60.
per M. according to size and weight, io OOto
i 00: per one-half M, according to size and
weight, ?3 Ootot 00.
I) RAY TICKETS
per M 3 OOtol 00, according to order.
fumlhcd retail at wholcalc prices. Charge
for printing, ?1 OOto'.! M) per M.
of everv ize and quality furnished at whole-
ale prices and printed at the very lowest
CARDS AND TICKETS
of every description made from good Bristol
Hoard at the unusually low rate of 2 60to.'i 00
per M, accordltg to size and style.
lull sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet aud sixteenth .sheet at from f.3 00 to
t!0 M per M. .
uy u careiui examination oi me auutc nsi
our'patrotn will tind that our
PBICBS JTHH LOWER
than those ot any establishment ot the kind
in it. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
Hulness men will find the HULLETIN the
best advertising medium in Southcm Illi
(sheet 20x40. 8 columns) Is furnished to stlb-
scnoers at me low raxc oi
ONE DOLL All PER YEAH
and now has a larger subscription list in
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever beiorc puunsueu in
Cairo, and new clubs are coming in every
Our Home Advertisers.
asrspeoia. attention Itd to Admiralty sod
Om0 OHIO X.BYM, BOOM! T AJTD OTM
CITT KATtOVAJ. lAHsT.
Masks and Paces. Ladles who mask
their faces and necks with enamels en
J.nnr ilmlr hnahh to no Durpose. The
plaster work deceives nobody. Thero is
Cut ono article known whlcn restores a
blemishod complexion or croates external
nnri bloom whero tliov havo
never herotoforo existed, and that article
(. it. nan1. Mntmnlla Halm. It performs
tlii. niin mipurln hv infuslnc vitality into
tho skin. The floral and herbal juices of
which it is composed gently stimulate mo
circulation in thn minute blood VCStols,
and braco tho network of nerves through
which thoy pats. Thus quickened and
strengthened tho external covering soon
acquires a fresh and healthful hue, and
ovory trace of sallowness disappears. Tho
palest cheeks derive from tho beautifying
baptism of tbit dollghtful cosmetic a
warmer huo, and tbo arms, bands and
nnck a blonde lustre which tbo charlatans,
who profess to make ladles "beautiful for
vr'r with their poisonous cement, can
navar boot to imitate. l(M6dwlw
(,'orner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
pnee. Also a goou amcio ui
Verv cheap. Leave orders at HALLIDAi
ltltoTII Klt, or apply at the u-ill.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WAHU'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
1) r. H. K. Klelds Informs tae public that he hat
LIVER 1' STABLE,
on the northwest tide of Tenth street as named
Ills Btables will bo furnistied with nene but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
anil the public may De accommodated at all hours
of thf iav and niKtit with sate teems on the LOW-
Or. Field asks a ahae oi public patrontge,
anil will endesror to merit it by fair dealing end
tries attention to riusioess.
AID EliLSa IN
Eiquth Street, Between Wabdinotoa
and couuebctal avenues,
A4otBta Bl'teubouae ssatt Uassny'a.
Keep the best or Beet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Saussice, etc., ndare prepared to Skive
oittsens In the most acceptable manner, '
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Ax sola of
UIO K1VER AND KANAWHA
Butcher and Dealer in all Kivsb 01
corner nlnetenth and poflail bts.,
mA laiiD'htere nnlv the best ea'tlfi
hoo and sheep, and ii prepared to nil any
demand for fresh meat from ont pound to
ten taoiuua peuuus.
Our Home Advertisers.
For tbe benefit ol the
GERMAN EMANUEL'S CHURCH
Ulvcii tinder tbe auspices of the
GERMAN LUTHERAN LADIES' ASrfO-
clvtion ok cairo,
Tiiubsday Evening, Oct. 17, 1872
In Peter Cuhl'it new building, No. 80 Ohio
Supper M ctJ.
D T WOODS.
70 Ohio Levee,
JOUN B. PHLLIS & SON,
iSucceoors to John B. Phllht,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Brnn, &c.,
Cor. TENTH -ST. and OHIO LEVE
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE St BRO.,
General Commissiou Mercbants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, FXTKA,
GR05 1KAIN SILKS,
LARUE STOCK OF OARlrSTIN'G
IAla EssUr Stock
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
CORHXB 8TH IT. AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
Our Home Advertisers.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER !
o eftry lexcrtpUan, )
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb j
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commorcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-atg.,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. UJ.INOIS.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LA HO EST VARIETT STOCK IN TUB CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of If lnetcntti atretstsal Com
J. M. PHILLIPS Jc CO.,
(tsuccessors to E. B. Bendncas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adrancemenls made
Are prepared to receiTe, store and torwsrJ
freighte to all points and bu and
sell on commission,
ssTPuilness attended to promptly;
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STRATTON & BIRD,
(Buccessors toHlritlon, HudronA Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
I. P. MATIIUSS..
B. C .UUL
JIATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc hantb
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WO. M OHIO I.RTICR.
AV. M. "WILLIAMS, JAB. KINSLEY,
Late of Vicksburg, Hiss. Lata ol Cin'll, J
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FORWAROINO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LXVXE,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruita &Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-ave.,
And Hosier in
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGOS, LARD
FUESII UUITER, ETC.
3" All Goods warranted fresh, ami sold
at the lowest prices.
Corner 0th St. anaCommerclalAve.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
131 TENTH STREET,
Doora, Himii. Bllssdsu If ossMlaca,
Save Gotten, (wood) Window svart Door
FrstsssM, noortssiTf IaMs,
NblBgleo, Olsstd Haatj, OlskMd Hide
Eight), Claused Trsusaosssa,
Asvak WolsTkla. (Utah Polltro staid Corda
Bllssd Fssatesslssara, Boosissc
Felt, Booflna; Ccssseat, Plaatcrlasr
Paper, Carpet Felt, White
licad, EJssaeal Oil, Araerlesua WladoM
Ulaaa, KBRllati suadPreaeh
Plate Ulau, Patty, U!sler'a Potato
hewer Pipes Patent Cttltiutejra,
AGENTS lor Roclt Rlrer Paper Company'
Shealhin? Felt and Quarts Cement
II. W John's taiproTed Kooflng alwajeon
IM Mllea tho MhttrloMRotiM
Jlhty Mlloa the Bherteat Boat
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIKO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CABS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i-linpollt, Toledo,
Detroit, CleteUnd, Niagara Pslis,
rludalo, Hiiuiiuis;, Wohiasrtoe.
Baltimore, PhlladelpMa, Mew Tork.
Boeton and all points east.
Mllw.ukle, Janesfille, Madlscn,
LaCrosse, 8t. Paul and all points north.
1 hie Is also the only direct mute to
Dcatur, Bloomlngton, Hprinfeld,
Prorla, Quiner, Keokuk,
Burlington, Rock Island, La Salle.
Mendota, IMxon, Freeport,
Qslena, Dubuque, Oloux ultjr,
Omaha and all point northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca-
On all Night Trains.
BaiRsge Checked to all Important points.
For tickets and Informatinn, apply to I. C. R.K
depot it airo; on board tne transit steamer be
tweeu Columbc. end Cairo, and at tne prlnclp
railroa i ticket officee throughout the eouth.
W. P. JOIIN-O.N. Oeo'l mi. Ag't, Cbica0.
A. MiTCRiLt, Gen'l tfup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole right in this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to ftirnUli at all times, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUSUIEH.
Attention is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part ol the city
Orders received at tho office of
S AFFORD, MORRIS Si CANDEE,
at that of the company, corner of 34th
treet and Ohio levee ainr2Ad.1m.
THE 2sTEW SYSTEM.
OBOCBBIES BETAILED AT WHOLESALE
PKICE8 YOB CASH.
AT H. C. TUIELECKE'S STORE.
WASniMOTON AVENUE, HETWEEtf TENTH
AMD ELEVENTH BTRBETB.
60 Ibt. sbt Cuba Sugar for - -$5 0
Ql II II II II ... i 00
61 lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 11 Prime Rio Coffee for 1 OC
81 Choice " - J5
8 Old Ooternroent Java I 0C
Teas and other staple and fanoy Grooa
riei equally as cheap.
Goods new and full weight Itm. Call
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an extensiTe stock of
All ot which are entlrelr new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACES, T HINGES, KID OLOVES, H0BIEKY
and all articles usually kept in a nrst-class mil
Mrs. Swander Infltea the public tocall and fn
P:t her stock, whieh she will take pleasure !o
liDwinit to old aa well as new cuslon ers.
" MRS. McGEE,
On Klghth Street, between Commertial and Wash
HKtou A enuee. Is daily recelTinf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SPKINQ AND 8UUUER STYLES
Besides a lull line of
BOITITETS &c HATS
ITnmmed and untnmnied,
KlltNCU FLOWERS, RIBBON3, TRlMMIMOi
of all kinds, Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McOee has also a large assortment o
Fsncy Articles, such as
NECK Tl.. COLLARS, UNDERSLKKVFJ,
And all other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee. In addition to her stock of Fancy
and Millinery Onnds, has a line and complete as
IiTlment o" Clneinnati Custom MH. Ladtea
nnd Misses' ishoea and Childrens' Boots. Black
and in Colors. These are acknowledged to be
tne finest and vest shoe in the market, aLd this
the only plaoa la the city that make them a
rer day I Agents wanted
All cl-sses of working pee
Jrold. suke mo e money
nere moments or all. the
hn.. Ih.ii Kt ejHtkina' alaa. PeltlOUlea Iree-
Ad4rs 0. Btlason Co., Pertlaud, Mais.
m TO $20 Iff .t
p!c, eTth r sea; young or ol
at work for ua In their apai
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April JAtb, IST2
trains will run as follows:
rams ootaa socTaeist.
Leare Vlrslnls- (.40 a. m.......
SDrlnafleld. :0 "
T.ylorTille.. 10 6
.. 8. e
Arrive at rana.......ll.8 ' ...
TBAias soiaa aoatawssT.
Leave Pans 4. a. m S.JJ a. ra.
Tlorill- 4 40 " 4 "
Arrive at Opr'i ftfld..n ........ 00 "
Leave Bpr.nifteld.....B.5 ........ 10
Arrive ai Vliginia....S.S " . .t.IS "
vaAtss oome scthssst,
Leave Edgwood J.SOa. m. .10.10 p. m
" Klora..... 8 4 lt.0 "
Arrive at Shawneet'ii .3 " i It
WIABS AMD LJUOURB.
J-. O. SMITH,
WBOLESiLX 1NO SBT1IL BStSIB III
I WINKS AND LIQUORS. I
And proprietor of nf" and spendid
No. 73 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keens constantly on band tbe choicest of
AVities am) Liquors, which he will sell at the
very lowent tlrures. Cull and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIIOLESALX GROCERS, j
Also, keep constantly on hand a most aaaa
plete stock of
SCOTCH A WD IRISH WHISK. IB
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wine
R3MTTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
. which fact they Invite the especial atten
tion "f close barrel n buyers.
F . M. STO0KFLETH,
scocsssoa reais a stocsiutsi
Hetirr suse) Wholeastle BcsUwr tss
ForisTSS aueel Bommtte
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levbi,
OK keeps on band constantly a full stoek o
Quid Kentucky Hourboo, Rye and Monoaga
lela Whlsklee, French Brandies, Holland Ola
HMne and rallfomte Wlnea Ismail
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
JOHH 3ATsTJi, rrtriar.
104 Commercial Avenne, CAIKO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Callfo W Cigars I u reelvvJ
UILLIARD saloon furnished with the Us
of tables ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and rleawnf thene-t brands.
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
S!ISW A"d WLNTER'3 BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
j7"Tbe best brands of Cigars, choice
Wiiies, Liquors, etc., always on nand U
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDSKY
JSB1JI H. OBBBXT s CSX.
Bulletin Building, oorw of 13th
treet aid Wainingtea BretM.
AH kinds of Bladltjaavt sWIib
very lowest stkm, ssanasj
Ma at Mr. Huele. WSta Baa
experience la iosm i of tost Hiastertea
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