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TMB CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN rdAY, tiOVMitik 1, ISt.
BULLETIN TO TUHNWU
Mt&i to .vote bevo loan roglttorcd.
W publish till Morning, on tho Mcontl
page, s e7 of Ma registration Kit of tho
South OeJre pminct, end to-morrow will
p.Mish ft eefjr of the. North Cairo llt.
Wi ask to tU Hit the careful attention of
We have the mint conelu-
many negroes not en-
gft) proof It now sought o he obtained, 10
-tkt the mam white and block who arc at
tetaptlag td corrupt tho ballot-box may be
brenghl up with a "short turn" and caro
;flljr (bored into the penitentiary. We
therefore ask our frlond to carefully ex-
aantno the n nines, and roport any facti
that may prevent fraud to thit office.
PoiTroxtD. Ttic nutting excursion
that wai to le given on Saturday by
Charley Munn hai been Indlffinltely post
poned on account of tics-net.
Plsabaxt. Tbe flrtt of the Presbyte
rian sociables, at the reildence of Kef
Thayer, lit night, was a pleasant affair.
We reeerre a description of tho fociablo
for the Sunday Bpllbti.v.
Mabbibd. At the residence of the
bride' father, Mr. Phil. Saup and Mitt
Kmma Arter were married lait night. A
large number of the friend of tho two
families were present, and 'U went merry
at marriage bell."
Fob Bxst. The elegant brick resi
dence on Holbrooic avenue containing
eleven rooms, with double parlor. Apply
to S P. WtlBKLBB,
11-Mw Over First National Bank.
of ladies' fan at C.
Plbajcbb Dbitb Through Sr. Mart's
Pabk. A pleasure drlro through St.
Mary Park li one of tbe projects now on
foot in tbit city. It it proposed to raite
the money necessary to pay for tbo grad
log and leveling of tbe road by subscrip
tion. All citizen who desire to contrib.
ute for tht purpose, tusy have the plea
ere of lingnine their name to the sub
scription paper by calling on Dr. Field.
We have made arrangement, at great
expense, to take tho associated pre tele
graphic report. Tbe urst report win ap
poar In our column to-morrow morning!
Wo hope tho peoplo of Southern Illi
nois will luitain u In thi newspaper
vonture, and we believe they will. Wo
therefore ask our friend to do lomethlng
to extund tho circulanion of Tdk Bulle
tin, and increase our advertising patronage.
After thii week we ihall be compollod
increase the pricu of our paper to twenty
Qvo cents a weok delivered, and $10 a
year by mail. Cheerful acquiescence In
this tieceiiary incroiue it uxpsctod of our
patron, and wu know wo shall bo able to
add much mora than tho Increase In priro
to tho value ot tho papor.
Tint K karon Wily. An Intelligent
colored man In tho Fourth ward, named
Kraimut Wallace, give tho following
reason why he intend to vote for Grant
next Tuesday : Somebody ha told
Erasmus that If Uroeley I elected lie will
take all tho colored children between the
age of five tind ton year, end them
South to be enslaved until the weight of
twenty-one years ha rolled over tholr
bead. Erasmus ha no reaaon to doubt
that what ho hat been told I true that
Horace Greeley I at the bottom of a
fiendish plot to onslavo all colored child
ren who arc uufortunato enough to have
been born at any time during the period
elapiing between 1802 and 1607. It
make Erasmus' bone crack to oven con
template tho possibility of having blsjdear
children torn away from him and plunged
into tlavery with a bounce, while he I
left to enjoy all the delights of freedom,
in his ten by twclvo domicile in the
Fourth ward in Cairo. We will (take a
nickel that the credulous Erasmus bat
been imposed upon by Popo or llulse
with thoir Bot charm.
MONDAY NIGHT I
GRAND LIBERAL RALLY I
MEETING AT THE ATHENEl'M.
Tho last grand rally of tho Liberal will
be on Monday night next. A procession
will be one or the feature, and a meeting
at the Athcneum will follow. Oetrondy,
one and all I
Thi Fibs Ymtibdat Mor.mxo. At
4 o'clock yesterday morning, the alarm of
r wu given by the Rough and Beady
bell. The fire wu in the northern part of
he city, and before the engine could ef
fect anything, tbe one story frame house
belonging to the Brodcrick heir, and a
two-story baildiog owned by Mr. Sem'l
Halliday, wtre destroyed. The bouse In
hici the fire originated it tnppotssed to
have been set on fire. It was occupied
by several loots women. Mr. William
living in Mrs. Hallidays house, saved
all her furniture. This property was In
sured for $500 in the North Miitouri is
sorasce company. Tho Broderick bouse
wu cot bsared.
NonoDT denies that if you would have
oysters by the plate, stewed, fried, roasted
raw or on the half-shell, by the dozen,
can or barrel, there is only one place in tho
city where you can get the frostiest, juiciest
and best. That place by common consent
is the Thalia Oyster saloon, at the corner
of Twelfth street and Waiington avenue,
and, while there, if you should chance to
call'for a glut of St. Louis lager; a glass
of wine, native or foreign, or something
of a stronger kind, your own good taste
ill testify that Jaeckel keeps tbe best.
Then go to the Thalia, call for what you
want to eat or drink, and if you are not
more than satisfied, everybody will say
that you must charge your dissatisfaction
o your own depraved taste, tf.
Tint assortment of table damuk, at C.
Mb. Black, of the City Shoo Store
hu returned to the city, having purchased
a very large stock or fall and winter
hoot and tboet, which he is now daily re-
Mr. Black hu selected bis goods with
sua usual care and tatte, and goarantees
bit fntcd and patrons who may call upon
fclm, a frtt-cliM article. Mr. B. hav
ing snet with such good success in intro
ducing ladies', misses' and children's cus
tom made shoes of Broluki make, ha
taade arrangement with the above ren
tlemen tor a line of their gentlemen's
and youths' band made boots and shoes,
to vsttcb be tviut tbe atUntion of tie
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-lS-U,
D. CAJSO Bcllbtiv: Owing to the
rumbling thunder of the Cairo Sun' i
advance, I bad piously resigned myself for
'a total annihilation, smash-upland evapor
atlon under the scorching of that luminary,
and but for the charitable forbearance of
my pious christian friend, (A Citizen)
should now be a "winged spirit in tbe
valley of Hepsldem," "where the woodbine
twineih," "tuning my harp of a thousand
strings." But as 1 find nothing In my
pious friends productions worthy of
fosman's steel, should he call on me when
next be attempt a "tilt," I will kindly
post him to tay more in one square than
bi labor of two columns produced.
Respectfully, Dr. Abtjch
Tub Puulio Li uha it y ov Kentucky
Gift Concert. We ask particular at
tention of our reader to the final an
nouncement of Gov. Bramletto in refer
ence to tbe second grand gift concert, to
be held In Xouisvllle, Ky, on tho 7ib day
December next. The greater portion of
ticket are already sold, and a half million
of dollars deposited in bank and held for
tht payments of all gift ofTerod, a will be
Me by the certificate or the cashier of the
Famert' and Drovers' bank published in
tht) advertisement heretofore. The de
aaand for tickets since this announcement
kfta been made it more brisk than aver,
M4 tbe remnant will Le disposed of ht an
fttj day, so that It behooves those of our
frteadt who want to participate In this
wgaticent distribution, to order their
vCvaihr, wkjek make tbe time very thort
MlM.aappiy oi tnose who may wnt
Blum ck Ambon have received tbe tec,
ond installment of their large ttock of fall
and winter goods and offer them to cus
tomers at greatly reduced prices, having
made their purchases since tbe late de
cline in wool, which enables them to offer
drettgoodt, flannels, shawls and all woollen
and mixed goods at twenty per cent, be
low previous orient. Shawls which
brought $8 a week or f o ago are now of-
!ered at $C. They call particular attention
to their stock of boots and shoos, among
hich may be found a handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's thoet of the
bett make and latest styles, all of which
will be sold remarkably cheap. All the
new styles of dress goods, shawls, wraps,
nd an immense variety of notions, rib
ms, etc , will be found on their shelves.
Call and eo tho largo stock
good at C. Hanny'.
The Tuknnt. Mr. D. II. Turney'
speech at the Athcneum, Wednesday
night, ha created considerable stir. It
was tho mostunlquQ political oration it
lis a ever boen our duty to listen to. Tlio
following extract from It It a sampln of its
"Shall power aud corruption i.hoku
down political honesty Aro Simon Cam
eron, Moxa Morton', Ben Butlort, Tom
Murphy, and nil tho other despcralu
scoundrels who would tell tholr country
for gold, and Mexicutiizu our nation into
discord and despotism, to hold highjublleo
over tbo Unitod State until civil liberty
I destroyed and tho vital energies of the
republic clamped forovor? And shall wo
shout till tho wolkln rings again in fxvor
oi inoo irreuoomauio Don us known as
vaga-bond, and ovor ono of the Imd
Grant who r.inka morally and socially
with tho va-cratiti? Four year ngo, on
account of his devotion to tho union mid
bis military powers, I advocated him for
tbo presidency ; but to-day, owing tu hi
employment of n dissolute and rnmitled
power of corruption to tho damago of tbo
union and hit marked enefHcier.cy and
neglectfulni'ts of duty, I ndvocato his de
feat. Applaueo. After having by his
carelessness impuriled ovary intoreal of
our country, be ha tbo hardihood to at
tempt a further leaio of power using
every means in nit ms power to ueieat tbo
popular win and break down populur gov
ernment. Aht littles did I think this of
Geo. Grunt four year ago I But do not
tbe signs of tho times show that ho has re
solved to sap the foundation of tho repub
lic, ana esiaiiiisii an iraporiuliam
on tbe ruins of our covernment?
I am oppoiod to torchlight processions.
Mr. Greeloy should be olocted l.y manly,
honest, straightforward work"; and "if
Chinese tactics havo to be omployed by
Grant men to gull and bambooxlo tlio Ig
norant into voting up corruption. I do
not seo why bis opponents must rosort to
thu same stroet-brawl business. Such
parade may bo powerful arguments for a
"millionaire president" with hi brown
stone bouse. ceaside-cottaL'es. hundred-
thousand-dollar "testimonials," Wisconsin
copper InlerosU.iilver tablo-sets, rnilroad
stocks, Imparted Havana, hundred-and-
ntiy aoiiar uoot., and beneca eundstone
query cleaninc: but nb such whiskov-
iteepod bundle of brass-mounted nepotism,
STtnn, iiMiiirancr, snail nave in 7 support
tor anoiner lour years csroufal at public
expense u ne were twice as (rood it eon
oral as Grant is. If men fleht with
sympathies as well as with swords, many
wiaowea motner are heroes or our late
war and perhaps greator and purer
heroe than Gen. Grant has ever been.
But if he benefitted our countrv in war.
does thatjustlfy his damaging it in peace?
I am not a sensationalist never was
called a sensational preacher, and do not
want to bo termed a sensational politician ;
but I sincerely believe that Grant is now
working for an imperialism, and expects
ultimately to reach It through gunpowder,
desolation, blood-shed and destruction.
And "his plans to me do smack or treason."
Mr. R. Jonos on Comuior
cial avonuo, second door woat
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of tlio
best material in tho market
and is prepared to 1111 all
orders on tho shortest notice.
Ho guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns aro
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of the oxcellonco of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
tho public. , ms4
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCEUN.
Notice Is hereby given to the owner or
owners of Urn building Klttuiti'tl on lot mini,
bored thirty-olio l.'ll). in Mock nuuiliercil
twcnty-cw'ii (27), In the tl n-t addition to thu
city or Cairo, proper petition litnlnir been
tiled pruyiiii; the coiiilciiiinitioii iiI'kuIiI build
ing n a iiuisaiU'c, nilil owner or o ner uru
notiiled to base mltl luiildin' removed or
placed in mle condition within ten (1U)
days from tho date oftlils notice.
Cairo, Ills.. Oct. 20, 1S7S. City Marshal.
REGULAR CAIRO. PADUCA1I KVAXS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY If. S.
'I tin Fifl owl ElcxMitt'Mttnger 9tinfi
Tack Okammka, Master.
Ett. Tiiomah, Clerk.
.(GTLoavoH Cairo forl'aducah and Evoiik
vlllc, every Thursday and Sunday evening,
at 0 o'clock, connecting at Evansvllle Willi
tho Louisville and Cincinnati packets. For
freight or puiisago apply to
J amkh lhoos Passenger Ak'-.
UEGULAFiub.iDUCAII A EVAN'S
VILLE SEMMVEEKLY PACKET.
Tho flno Passenger Packet
Kt) ftf tfflt will be permitted to tell tli
It ftt tht) Wftnagers afttr the 2oth of
4LtHa mAmmmt mmA Amnar d lu ...at
t vvtswvsP w wiwi-a) V KXlUUf
ft Mtcifti ftci j ibv jegtiuiuro for
of MTMBtatly endowing the
tsar be, U now, absolutely and
to erery citueii or every state.
gifts in all, tbe
and tbe smallest
Labo ttock of notions at C. Ilanoy't.
BazTiTiu A friend bat sent us a
sample of "Horace Greeley" calico. The
print u striped In one strips) are the ini
tials U. G- in another a white bat and un
der them a pair of mecUcles. and In a
third a pruning knife and hatchet. The
ttmple came from Hew Orltant aud the
young lady who tent It say it it "all the
go" in the'Cretcent City.
Fire or six emigrant wagon pasd
over on the ferry yeiterday, bound for the
interior or Missouri.
Tbe UUh night before last rsn on tbe
wreck of the Brilliant some miles below,
oreatiing a note in nor nun. Slie was
bulk-headed and passed on to St. Louis
Tbe number of names registered in
tbe North Cairo precinct is eight hundred
and thirty-nine in tbo South precinct,
six hundred aud forty-eight.
Tbe St. Loul Wettlicho 'Pott' of the
28th instant, publishes the well known
fact that Cairo it rapidly increasing in
tho number ol it Inhabitants and its busl
nes growing greater day by day.
The new flro engine "Delta City"
was on trial yestorday. With one hun
ored and twenty leot of hoto. water
was thrown a distance of one hundred and
twenty feet through a ono inch norele.
The engine does not work at smoothly ns
it will after It use awhile.
The item in yesterday' issuo concern
ing the sale uf Leo Kleb'a building on
Sixth (treet, was incorroot in a tow par
ticulars. It was Kred. Theobald's houso
that was to be sold. Mr. John II. Jones,
agent of tho Mobile and Ohio railroad was
the purchaser. The amount at which
it wa offered wa $3,500, and tho sale I
not yet concluded.
Tbe yiorena, in coming out rrom Ev
antville with a big trip, while trying to
get in at tho landing at Golconda, ran on
a log, breaking a hole in the alter part or
her hull about twenty feet long, she
tuck on a tbe log long enough to have a
bulk-bead built, so tbe damage to froight
wa light. She I now In Paducah pre
paring to go on the ways to be repaired.
Pkmohal. Dr. Casey smiled on Cairo
Mayor Lansdeh returned to Cniro
J. Y. Clemson of Caledonia was in
The clever looking ltodenbsugh,
leader of the Mound City Brass band, was
In tbe city ynterday.
Hon.Tboms Wilson hat just returned
from a trip through Hamilton, Wayne,
Clay and White counties. Ho reports
Greeley's prospects bright in those locnli-
Mr. Mitchell of Bloomington, an ex
tensive lumber dealer, is making a short
ttay in Cairo. Mr. Mitchell is Impressed
ith the visible prosperity of the city and
thinks there it a bright future in storo for
Scitlod tiropo'ills will bo recolvcd nt tlin
city clerk's oillco until 7j oclock p.m., of
Tuesday, tlio 12th day of November, A.l).
lot::, lor lurnituing mo mitiurinis or doing
thu work, or both, for thu construction of
sidewalk s fallow, viz : On the easterly
side of Wellington avenue, In frut of lots
numbered cigiiivun (18), ninUeen (10),
twenty (W), and twenty-ono (31), In block
humoured twenty-four (21), on said oust
erly sldo Irom tho northerly lhu of said
lot numbered eighteen (18) produced to
the lino fixed by ordinance ns'tho outer
edgo or the sidewalk constructed, or to bo
constructed on tbo southerly sido of
Seventh street in tho city of
Cairo; on tho northsrlv side
of Sixth street, from Washington
aventio to Jelferson avenue.; o tho north
erly sido of Cross street, from Vashlngton
avenue to Walnut street, to connect with
tho sidewalk on thoso streets ; on tho
wet sido of Commercial nvotiiu In front
of lots numbered ono (1), two (2), three
(3), four M); livo (A) and six (0, in block
numbered twenty (20); on thoeouth tide
of Tenth treet from Wnlnit street to
Scaled proposals will also bo ncelvcd as
above, for furnishing tho materials or do
ing tho work, or both, for tlio rwonatruc
tion or renoWdl of the following described
sldewa'ks, viz: On the south sld of Nine
teenth street from Poplar street to Com
mercial avonuu; on tho north side of
Twentieth street from Ohio Lovee to "Wal
nut street; on thu south ldt) of of Twen
tieth street from Ohio Leveu to Vf'ashing
ton avenue; on both sides of Poplar street
from Eighteenth streotto Division street;
on tho soulh id) of Dlvi.-ion streit and on
tho north sldo of Center street; on tlio
north sid of Twentv-fiftli ttreil from
Washington nvenue to Walnut sluet, and
on south sido of tamo street from vsalnut
,-treot to Holbrook avenue; and on tho
south sldo of Thirty-fourth ftrcit from
Commercial avenuu to Watiington
avenue. Said proposnl shall be di:ectcd to
the city council and will bo opened nt n
joint meeting of tho council at tio time
All proposal shall bo made in ncccrdnnco
with the provisions, requirements rnd spec
ifications of ordinance No. 32, p.
proved September 16th, A. D., 18V2, which
ordinance Is now on file at my ofllw, sub
ject to examination at any time.
Cairo, 111., Oct. 28, 1872. HKfMOd
BEN. HOWAJtO Mastci
Nkui.kv Buiui clerk
JQTLcaveH Cairo for Paducah and Evan
llu every Itiesday and Friday evening ut tl
o'clock. J? or freight or pasago apply on
board or to
Jamkh Hir.nw. l'at.inff r An'i.
IIEGULAK CAIRO AND EVANSVII.LE
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The lino low prrtMiro Passenger Pa c I. ei
hnrtrx1 jrtWrli si, lasts.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, UAIKO
A. II. HAKFOUD. President;
?; S.',SA.YL.0UJ Vice-President;
II. Ill SLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
! ' "l,r"'. CttXf. 041.10118.,
P. U. UTocsritni, t'xn a. Bcncn,
B. II.LcaxiNUNsH, II. IMIiiunir,
J. M. I'NIILIM.
IteiMMlUssI ttjr Anaoistst Kesvlvrsl Irons
Tms On la Upwatrda.
IM'KllF.ST nt(.l nn .ln ...
X percent, per Mourn, Msroh iMsml Henlctn-
U.-l- . . t -J'""'"-".!" MIUWl iininc-
MARRIKO WOMEN AND CIULL-KCN MAY
(Inrn M.rr. l.nlr r- a .
- -4 ' iiwm III. in o l.int,
and (iiirhtr rycuiDK lor HAVINd DKl'O.SlTa
W. IIT.HLOI'. Tressurer.
BSTLcavcs Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Padu all
and Evannlllc. For freight or pastagu u;i
ply on board or to
.TAMEa Btooa, Passenger Ag'i.
CAIRO AND PADUC'AU
The nplcnrtld iritrorr
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
Polick Court. October 31, F. Brots
presiding. George D. iloore, drunk, was
fined (2 and costs. Paid.
John Stokes, very drunk, fined 'l and
Uobert Canton drunk fined $2 and
Henry Whale, drunk, fined $2 and
Kiley Scott, drunk again, fined two
dollars and coitt, pld:
Peter Duffy drunk, fined 42 and costs,
sont to work on the street for six days.
Thotnai Colomn,druuk, fined $2 and
costs, sent to work on streets for six days.
Owen Morgan and John Lawton,
arunic, were nnea Vi and cost each.
Morgan paid, Lawton went to jail for si
Thomas Connor and John Stanton,
drunk, were fined 52 and coils each. Both
Ba'lard Edwards, drunk, was fined $2
and costs. Sont to work on tlio streets for
Miko Crowley, drunk ror thu third
time tins week, finod $2 and costs, tent to
worK on tho stroots ror six day.
Sam Adam, who clood tho list nnd
varied the programme, was fined $10 nnd
cost for whipping hi wifu. Paid.
stock of black silks at O
Or. Friday, Nov. 1, at 2 p.m., there will
be sold, on Uvee, opposite Fourth street,
by order or Underwriter ror account of
whom It may concern :
120 bales bay ; 100 Mck, COfn UhU
Iran, (slightly damaged).
Jaws Bahnako, Agent.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Cotfeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orloans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Bio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-live Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and.Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
A place where you can buy us much foi
as you can elsewhere tor
USE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
Dick Fowlkh, Captain
I it.vnft Pnlrn HAIf.V Kllni1ui.vi.AtilAih i.t
i p.m. For freight orpasBagc upply on hoaru
or to .lis. Malluhy. Aif't.
CAlHi. AND MOUND CITY
Will mske three trips tlmlj.
LKAVINO CAIltO I LKAV'O MOUND CITY
At" a.m. I At 8:30 u.m.
At 11 a.m I At 1:30 p.m.
At4:30.. . ,p.m.Atfl. .. ..p.m.
Fare each way, 30 cents; 10 tickets lor
62 AO. Will land, when hailed, at any kooi!
Intermediate landing for passcnKcm oi
WIN KM AMU (.lUUDHsl.
CT. O. SMITH,
MOirit and nrr.il. Dt.bia in
WINES AND LIQUORS-
And proprietor of ne" aud spendid
NO. 75 OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIKO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Kecpi con-tantly on hand the choicest of
vt men unci liquor, which ue win eu iu me
vcrv lowest figure. Call and examine.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
THE CITY. NATIONAL
3-3 .JJ TC.
4' list. ' t I.t, I Sit I k)
S a. Iifm a
oa i u.m,, . . (51(10,000
W. IMlAl.LllMY. frrtlilsbli
HENKr L. llAf.MDAY, Vl.pfbIJ.nl
S. B.MAKFOHII, C'mhlrri
WAI.TJCR U YSLOf. Assistant Cwhier.
Htits TATtM, Roitsr H. CYxn.gM.x
dm H IVnuAihn, Sirfnx Hid,. '
A. II. Brriap.
Cariistttap, 4 lii ami ITsslted Ntttir
lontia Ilonsrht itstit fKiM.
KPOSITU reoelf,, io1 k consral Unking
Our Home Advertisers.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL lUllt I), "rnl.lenli
KOHEUT. ;IIL..', t. Vil!..l',..jf at
O. N. (IbOHRS, Cssnler.
COLLECTIONS FIIOMITLV M.iDK.
EXCIA.NaiC, rein, bank Bote and Umletf
Hutu secarltlei Liuhl sad soM.
lnsrMl Allowed ots Time ttcatoalta.
ISHI'UN. & J
The undersigned would rciectful!y in
form the public that they haw fitted their
new ttoro bouo on Eighth tteot with the
finest and best ussortel ttock of
general merchandlso over loforo broucht
to tbi market, and in order
to sccuro a largo portion of the patronage
of the public,
WF. ARK DETERMINE!' TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
FIGURES TU AS
ANY OTHER KslAIl-
LISHMKNT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock i. cntirelj new, nnd
bought oxpreshly for tho coning full and
winter trade of this locality, tDd consists
of Ladies, Gents and Chiidrca's
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS &c CAPS.
And all ether articles to bo found In a
&M class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. "We call ospecial attention to our largo
assortment of dross good, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete In
all Usdotiills. Our stock of
It the largest In the city, and wo aro on
abled to offer special Inducement to pur
chasers. In (Jontluincnt' Clothing, Hoots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo uro fully prepared to meet all do
miiiids at prices defying competition, As
It 1 to tho interest of uvery ono to buy
where goods aro cheapest and best
wo cordially invito tho public
to call ami exnniino our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tho oast
sidi of Eiijhih tlroet, betweon Washington
Blum & Amuon.
OU I O LBYKK
HtlKO. I 1. 1. I . O I H,
A'u, con-untly no hand a moat cum
plt stock of
ootom a s-T) isien wdiikw
( I N H,
Fort, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba "W inet
R.JMYTH 4 CO. sell nclotUHy for cash, li
. which fact thT invite Ihe ep;lal atin.
lion f cn liarrain bnTr.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
BITDEB'S B LOGS.
Cor. WaatiluKtuia A v. autd Klstttlt HI. ,
F . M. 8TOCKFLUTII,
i'(v-ina roKLS atiocrri'TU
Uv4'lll jfr Blirt Whulrul lelcr In
Forricn attfl llontfwllr
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Ohio Ltvxr..
EKkfi p.on hau J pnuvtaiilljr full -Kick c
O'.'l Hrutuckv Uotirtiun. 11 v hdiI MonuDga
lela Whlkkiat, Krcncli llronillna, llollau.1 (Jin
Kli lni ami ralllnrnia U'ln l.nfi
SSStUT AMI HOK NIOUK.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
101 Commercial Avo noar AtBenuum.
Kfop on hand a tool Mtorlmeot of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' B0OT8vAND SUOES.
And Missus' and Children's GAiTKita and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which tboy sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examivi.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
On Kilter'"! auo Plumber's material, Woo
I'liliii , (ilohf anil nnvla tsItxh. atoii
ilto Aoxrtr roa
Tnlta Hrotltara fitleut Ory Oita Met-1
Anil Moreuousv, Wells A Oo'a Automallo Watj
Indicator anU bupply VaWe for steam hollars.
WlNTIft'a 1IL00B, OOMMKBOIAL-AYMftr
8 T R I P K a,
KKHTDOKT JKANK, KXTKA,
LAHUK STOUKOF OARKNTINO
Ilia Ktatlrti Nlaak
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
COKNXB bTII ST. AS I) COUUKKOtAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAMEST TABIKTT STOCK IN TUB CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Vrss)rr Hlstlaillt troatstssa Jssi.
GROCER and CONFECTION
Aud Dealer in Foreign Fruits ANuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
F IT li 31 "ST OPBIirBD.
Where we will keep
A (J O 51 P L E T E S T O O K
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
BiCK-ROOM AND NUBSERT APPLIANCES,
I O S COLD:
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled . Wo also draw the
BLUE' LICK WATEES
Also a choice lot of Cigars, ot oxtra qui
lty, sold at reasonable prices. Our
Will receive ecpcclal attention and cam
being at all hours In chanro or competent
and careful parties. Prescriptions caratully
compounded at all hours-day or night.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND WWi'
AD't Haalrr la
VEGETABLES, FRUITS. EOOS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
13T" All Good warranted fresh, anil sold
st the lowest prices.
Corner 0th Ht. andCommcrclalAve.
THE IfcTOaW SYSTEM.
OkOCEHIt" KKTAILKD AT WU0LS4ALK
I'Kicxs ron CASH.
AT U. C. THIELEOKE'S STORK.
WAalllNOloK AVENUC UBTWEK TSMTH
AND KLKVBNTU STKIKTS.
f 5 0
- 1 00
oOfbt. dry Cuba Sugar for -
6 tht. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std
4 " Prime Rio Coueo for - -HJ
" Choice " "
8 11 Old Government Java
Teat and other lUtile nnd fancv Groce
ries equally as cheap.
uooos new ana mil weignt given, van
IMMIUHAMT T1VHB TS
FOR SALE, -l Jor sal. r FOR SALE,
' I Frr Sal J '
TOR SALE. J KorHil FOR BALK.
Faro from LiVBBrooL,
Fara from Londcmdbbbt
Fare from Glasgow,
Faro from Queinhtown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48 20
retlnnl. Vnrin ( a , t fpta.
l.irarpool MswToilc and FhllaJflphla
oaata coaraAoi witn csitsd sritaa and situs
Kor CarrjiDK lha tlalls.
FOR PA8SAOE TI0KETS
oa rrataea uroaMSTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALK, Aot.
IS Broadway, Maw.Tork, trU
Washington Avsaoa. Cairo. nois. S
CAIRO CITY COAL
a iirii"-d H'll'i) tuiurrri with the
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Halliday Bros, office, 70
onio lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atun
tion. The Tuo 'Montauk" will bring coal
alonitslde to steamers at any hour.
ON EASY TKRMSI
A valuable farm within seven miles of
Metropolis, on the Jonesboro Road, consist
Iiik of 200 acros with 00 acres cleared and
other Improvements, now owned and form
erly oci'tipled. by J. T. Hcnnle,
- TERMS. One-iourth down balance In
one, two and three years notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent. Interest.
N. lKTho timber Is good and has never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
to be cut or used, except what Is necessary
lor the wear aud tear of tho place, until after
tbo second payment has been made.
For inlonnstlon apply