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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1872.
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j j j.ijy iJm-M1- ip 1 1 ii'j wn ' ru " """'T
TllHUM.-W !' not 3et 80t our
UWgrjtphtc matters into working order.
Vrkf littlo longer.
Cairo M. K. Mission Sunday School
mosls ory Sunday hi 9 o'clock n.m., at
tho court-house. Preaching nt 10:30 n.
m., and T p.m.
Fo Rmt. Tho elegant brick resi
dence on Ilolbrook nvcnuo containing
lrn rooms, with doublo parlor. Apply
to 8 1. WllEKLEIt,
1 1-1-1 w Oror First National Ilnnk.
fnx assortment of ladles' fans at 0.
Sixck Matt Hum has boon ongagotl by
the Cairo and Vincennci railroad company
he has boen making largo shipments of
men dally, In fact, rcturlng men who had
Just loft the road a low days. Matt la tho
man for thli business nnd can ship for any
road which will offer us liberal terms nt
tho Cairo nnd Vlnccnnc railroad company,
Nixt Sunday evening will bo produced
for tho flnt timo in this city, tho bur
lesque of Grant or Grcoley, at l'Mlliar
monic hall, by tho Thalia society. Tho
leading characters will bo represented by
Messrs. Jaockel nnd Truoss. Nono should
fall to seo this highly amusing play.
Sneak Tuikvkl Tho houses of Mrs.
J. B. Taylor and tho Rov. F. L. Thomson,
within nfew days, havo bocn entered and
snumbur of articles, worth in all, about
forty-flve dollars, carried off. Dy boforo
yesterday Offlcor Martin captured Alf.
Peters, the thief. Ho has sold all tho
stolen articles, but tho officers nro on tho
track and may recovor them.
60 barrols Hudnett's hominy nnd grits,
for salo by, 0. D. "Williamson.
Fihx assortment of tnblo damask, at C.
MR. Black, of tho City Shoo Store
bos returned to tho city, having purchased
H very large slock of fall nnd winter
boots and shoes, which ho Is now dnily re
ceiving. Mr. Black las selected his goods with
his usual enro and taste, and guarantees
his friends nnd patrons who may call upon
him, a first-class article Mr. li. lav
ing met with such good success in intro
ducing ladles', misses' and children's cus
tom matte shoes of Brolaski mako, has
made arrangement with tho nbovo gen
tlemen tor n lino of their gentlcmon's
and youths' hand tnado boots nnd shoes,
to which ho ivites the attention of tho
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-10-tf.
Laroi stock ot dry goods at 0. Han ny's
Htmexial. The marriago of Miss
Emma Arter and Mr. Phil. Saup, at tho
residence of Mr. C. D. Arter on Soventh
street, night before last, was a very plens
unt occasion, not only to the principal ac
tors, but to the assembled company which
consisted of tho rolutives of tho brido and
groom. Tho ceremony, which took place
at half-past nine o'clock, was performed
by Father Hoffman, and immediately af
ter, the con ton ts of a bouulifully and
bountifully spread table received proper
attention. Tho elegant (lowers which
adorned tbo tabic, etc., wcro from Metrop
olis. Tbe brido rccoivel many beautiful
and appropriate prosonls. Tho festivities
lasted till about midnight, and when the
company separated, it was with tho inot
heartfelt wishos for tho prosperity and
happiness of Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Snup.
Pkrsokal. Mr. AVm, Lonergan yes.
terday opened bis now feed store in Dr.
Wardner't building, noxt door to Dr. Ar
tr on Commercial avenue.
M. A. Waton, business agent for Sol
Smith Russell was in town yesterday.
Judgo Allen returned to tho city yes
terday. Ho has been attending circuit
court at ionekWo, und while there ad
dressed tbe Liberals of Johnson and "Vil
John M. Uogan has built a brick base
ment and an uppor story to his house on
"Walnut itreet, which additions huvo im
proved it greatly.
Captain John T. Moore, ono of the
prominent steamboat men of Now Orleans.
John A. Keyne, superintendent of Mem
phis and St. Louis Packet company, A
Mitchell, superintendent of the Illlnoi
Central railroad, woro ut tbe St. Charles
roLICR Coort. B. Shanesay, presld
ng. Wm. Ci angel, drunk, lined $1 and
Wm. Rush, also drunk. Sent to work
on the streets for five days.
Jack Grlces. a "'man and s brothor,
flood $3 and costs for carrying concealed
Call and soo tho largo stock ol dry
goods Rt 0. Hanny's.
Blum & Ambom have received the sec
ond Installment of'thelr largo stock of fall
and winter goods and offer thorn to cus
tomers trt greatly reduced prices, having
mado their purchases stneo tbo lato do-
cllno In wool, which enables thorn to offor
dressgoods, flannels, shawls and all woollon
and mixed goods at twenty per cont. no
low previous prices. Shawls which
brought $8 n week or so ago aro now of
forod at $0. Thoy call particular attention
to tholr slock of hoots nnd shoos, among
which may bo found n handsome- assort
ment of ladies' nnd children's shoos of tho
liest make mid latest styles, nil of which
will bo told remarkably cheap. All tho
now stylos of dross goods, shawls, wrap,
nd an immense) varioty of notions, rib-
n, etc , will be found on their sholvos.
Lauok stock of notions at C. Hanny's.
SUGAR New Orleans, Prime to Choice
tb HJ612o; ColTco A. 13 i Crashed
Powdered atiuGrnntilatcd Sugar 15 to 15.
FREIGHT. COTTON, Compressed, to
Nkw York, 86c. ; to Boston $1 oo. Un
compressed, to Nkw York, (1 H; to Bos
IIGHT TO MEMPHIS.-Floui. 30c.
Hay, 5 00 : Corn cwt., 171c. I Oats, 174c.
Potutoes. "fibbl,, 30c; Apples, 30c. ; Pork,
35, i Whiskey. 00c. ; Lumber, W M. t" 00;
Ilravv frclirht tt cwt.. lTtc.
TO NEW ORLEANS. Floury bbl, 50c.i
Potatoes, 50c. i Apple. 60c. 5 Pork. 7fin
Whiskey, SI 00 : J lay ft ton, 7 00 j Corn ?
cwt., We. ; Oats, '5c. j Tobacco hhd,
f : oo ; Cotton "A bale, 81 60 5 Lumber t
10 00, Heavy freight, fct cwt. 25c.
of black silks At C
Brevities. Smith Torrcnco has just
completed two now boilors ono for Hul
liday Bros., to be placed in tbe tug "Mon
tauk j" tho other for tho new tug being
built by Messrs. Walker k Nollis for tb
Pucka rd coal company at Vlcktburg.
Tho Grant procession last night nu
bered a half-dozen or soover two hundred
Of this numbor exactly twenty-seven wore
white males tbo rest wero colored men
The Cairo Ferry company nro about
to put a larger and bettor ferry boat in
the place of one now used, nnd aro in cor
respondence with different parties in ref
erence to Its construction.
Tbe Bulletin thanks Mr. and Mrs.
Phil. Saup fur their kindly romembranco
of the printer.
Col. George Rcurden ii Co. havo taken
i large grading contract on tho MUsiss
ippi Central railroad.
Noboijy denies tbttt ,r you would huvo
oysters by the plata, stewed, fried, roasted
raw or on tho half.thell, by tho dozen,
can or barrel, there Is only ono place In tho
city whore you can get tho freshest, julcie.t
and best. That place by common consent
l the Thalis Oyster saloon, at tho comer
of Twelfth street and Waslngton avenue,
and, while there, if you should chance to
call for s glass of St. Louis lager; a gluts
of wine, native or foreign; or something
of a stronger kind, your own good taste
lau AUftlia, van ivr WfittV VOll
Ic, snd if you are not
.U..1'Il. 1,. ...til
OTVIJwy will BUf
THURSDAY EVENIXO, Oct. 31, 1872.
Tho general market shows a healthy
condition. The demand for most articles
of trado has been active, and ovcrytblng
Indicates tho npproach of an unusually
lively business soason. Flour continues
dull, with everything bolow host grades
docllnlng. Wheat continues firm in price,
nnd tho present condition of tho Hour mar
ket cannot last long. Choice Timothy
Hay sells at outsldo quotations. Receipts
of Corn aro Insufficient to supply the de
mand. Oats nro firm nt quotations.
Freights steady nnd unchanged.
Tho weather is very pleasant nnd favor
ablo for leveo business.
jyCorrespondonts should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise stated, nnd that in tilling small
ordors higher prices must bo pald.jgt
FLOUR Continues very quiet and dull.
Everything bolow a choico grndo hns do
cllnod. Sales comprise 1,475 bbls and 3
car loads as follows: 100 bbls super, $4 60;
100 bbls XXX, $8 50; 100 bbls good XXX
$0 75; 100 bbls super fino, $ BO; 1,000
bbls various grades, $5 to 9 60; 3 cars
varions grados dol. SO to 9 25. Sales by
City Mills wero 100 bbls white wheat
family $9 26; 125 bbli XXXX, S3 60;
160 bbls XXX, S7 25, nnd 100 bbls XX,
HAY Tho market continues un
changed. Choico grades sell readily at
quotations" Cmmon dull and unsaleable.
Wo note talcs of 150 bales choice timothy
on ordors, $20 50; 2 cars mixed del,
$17 00; 9 cars and 2 cars choico mixed
dsl, $18 00 ; 3 cars, 1 car and 4 cars choice
timothy del, $20; 2 cars timothy $19 dol;
2 cars choice red top del, S10 50, nnd 1 car
common red top $15, doliverod.
CORN Tho demand for cdrn is
activo, particularly for white. Re
ceipts aro light, and tho mnruot
scantily supplied. We nolo
salos of 10 cars mixed, In bulk on track, nt
"c; 2 cars mixed, in bulk on track, 38o;
cars white, in bulk on track, JHc, ana i
cars white, in bulk delivorcd, 4141Jc.
OATS Quiot but firm nt quotations.
Receipts nre fully equal to tho demand:
cars In sacks, dolivorod, sold 30c; 10
cars do 3lc; 7 cars in bulk, on trnck,
l2Uc; 10 cars Uo (part to arrive) sold
24c; 2 cars choice, mixed, in bulk, on
track, 25c, nnd 6 cars do do (oj -J4(a)2i jc.
CORN MEAL Fair demand with
good supply on tho market. Sales wero ;
100 bbls kiln driod.dol, S2 40; 1 car steam
dried, del, $2 60; 200 bbls do do S2 40,
and 200 bbls "Evening Slav," city mills,
steam dried, $2 60.
BRAN Quiet : 1 car in sacks, deliv
ered, brought $17 per ton.
BUTTER Choice is in fair doniand.
Common dull. The market is fully sup-
plied. 20 packages choice roll and packed
sold 25c ; 15 tubs fair to choico 20 to
25c, and 8 packages very choice 25 to 28c.
EGGS Continue vory senrco and firm
at quotations, demand gopd, 20 pkgs
brought 25c, shippers count; 150 dozen
23c, und 200 dozen 22 to 25c.
CHICKENS Plenty and very dull.
No sales reported.
POTATOES Dull, no demand- 3 cars
Pencil Blows, dollvcred in bulk brought
50c per bushel.
ONIONS Dull. 28 bbls sold $2
CABBAGES 3 cars common, deliv
ered, sold $5 per hundred.
APPLES' Tho market will improvo as
tho season advances. 100 bbls choico sold
$3, and 100 do 52 25 to 2 75.
ORANGKS 10 bbls sold 10 to 12
dollars per bbl.
PLASTERING nAIR. 35c bushel.
LIME. In lots at II 26 to 1 60 bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale $2 00
2 25 $ bbl.
WHEAT. Tho prices to-day, reported
by the City Mills, nro Aio. 1 White,
SI CO; No. 2 White, $1 ' Rod by
sample, SI 30 to 1 60 ; Mcditerrnnean
si 20 to l su. jjnmp or tougn wnoat is
SACKS. Resowod Gunnies 1H1191
Corn Burlaps, 2 Hus. Kn, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2J Bushul, 21 cts. Oats
Burlaps, 5 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bugs, 35 to 38 cts uach.
PROVISIONS Sugar Cured Hams
canvnsscu, p U to lHc. Khouuiers
Bacon 8 Jo; Clear Side Bacon, 1212Jo;
HrflHkfast Bacon. 14fa;16u.
LARD Refined, lu tfertex tti,ll0e.;
in Ke(fi, m w, ii w mju.
TEAS Imperial, 75((it 25 ; (lunpow
der, 7Wai 25 Oolong Biack, 76i 00
joiini; iiyson, vi umji u.
CI1KKSE. Now York Factory,
tyEYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffco Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
threo and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; 13ost
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,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on the shortest notice
He guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of tho excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
the public. uMj-d am.
TO WH051 IT MAY CONCERN.
Jntlei U liereliv lrlvi'ii In lh nwnnr nr
owners of the building tiltuatcd on lot num
bered thirty-one (31), in block numbered
twenty-wen (27), in the first addition to the
city of Cairo, proper petition liavlnt' been
iiieu praying me couucmuutiou oi sain nuuu
iiiL' as a nuisance, said owner or owners arc
notified to have said building removed or
placed In safe condition witliin ten (10)
uays irom mo uaie oi mis notice.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. 29. 1872. City Marshal
Our Homo Advertisers.
STOP AND HEAD!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVKRYBODYI
A place whero you can buy an much for
OUST 33 DOLLAB
as you cull eleuwhero for
ONK DOLLAR AND A QUAltTElt
Tho undersigned would rc pcctfully In
form tho public thnt they Imvo fitted their
now store houso on Eighth street with tho
finest and best iissorlod slock of
gonornl morchnndliu ever before broucht
o this market, and in order
to secure n lurgo portion of tho pntronngo
of tho public,
WE ARK DETERMINE!) TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely now, and
bought expressly for tho coming full nnd
winter trndo of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
BOOTS &s SHOES,
HAT3 &c CJu'JPS.
And all ether articles to bo found in n
firbt class dry goods nnd clothing establishment.
Wo call especial attention to our largo
nssortmont of dress goods, shawls nnd
cloaks, which department is complete In
nil Itsdetulls. Our stock of
is tho largest in tho city, nnd wo aro en
abled to oifur special inducements to pur
In Gentlemens' Clothing, Boots nnd
Shoo, Hats, Cap?, hiu! furnishing goods
wo nro fully prepared to meet all de
mands ut prices defying competition. As
it is to tho interext of every ono to buy
whero goods aro cheapest nnd best
wo cordially invito tho public
to rail nnd examine our stock beforu pur
Our establishment Is locntod on tbo east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial nvonues.
Blum & Amson.
REGULAR CAIRO, l'ADUCAH A EVANS
VILLE SEMI-WEEKLY U. S.
Tim Fust enil Elenmit Pit'itnfor 8lMnei
Jack Gkammku, Master.
En. Thomas, Clork.
K5T Leaves Cnlro for l'ndticnh and Evan-
vlfle, every Thursday and .Sunday ovonln,
ntll o'clock, connecting nt Kvnnsvlllo Willi
tbo Lnulsvillo nnd Cincinnati packets. For
lrclgbt or passago apply to
Jajiks 1)1(108 Passenger A t"'.
REGULAR CAIRO, l'ADUCAH A EVANsv
VILLU SEMI-WEEKLY PACKET,
Tho line Passenger Packet
HEN. HOWARD Master
NKoi.r.v Rmi Clerk
SSTLeavos Cairo for l'ndticnh and Evnns.
lllo every Tuesday nnd Friday evcnlni; at 0
o'clock. For freight or parage apply on
board or to
.Tamkm Htons, Passenirer Air't,
REGULAR CAIItO AND EVANSV1I.I.E
SEMI-WEEKLY MaIL LINE PACKET.
The lino low pressure 1'asnongor PucKci
W. B. PENNINGTON Mast
tSTLeaves Cnlro every Wednesday and
Saturday evening at 0 o'clock, for Pniiu ;:ili
aim I'.vausviiic. ror ucigiii or panugu
ply on board or to
JAME81HOU8, Paicnger Ajt'l.
OA 1110 AND l'ADUCAH
M All, HO AT.
Tt.i alinillil utewnrr
t linrlorrrt Mnwh Ml, IHilft,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11. 8AFFOBD, President j
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
H. HY8LOP, Secretary and Treasurer,
V. M. liAuetAT, Cm. OAllonisa,
'' Hror,i.ttii, 1'acl (I. Bi-iieii,
It. ILOCKNIROtlAtf, i. v. Haluiiat,
J. M, rnlLllra.
tlepoalUul nnjr Amount Krevlrerifraiu
Ten Ociiu LHiirfl.
XNThKKST psl.l on iIpuiUh m the rale ot oil
'rucnt. ;ier Rdniim, Mnrch lit and Ht-nlom-
o ijt. iDteri-itnol withdrawn In r.ddr.1 lininr-
K'tIok them coniiouii(i Intrrcnt,
WAnntcti womkh and ciuldbkn MAY.
Oiirn CTtr liualiivii dny from a.m. to a i.tn
and 8turcl(iir eynln lor HAVINCI DKI'lMITb
""' W. HT8LOP. TreMiirxl
THE CITY NATIONAL
!A I It It,
I I.I, IK S IN
Our Homo Advertisers.
C. HAN NY.
H T R 1 1 F. S,
KKNTUOKY JKANR, SITKA,
GROS 'JRAIN HILKH,
LA1WIK STOCK OV OARPXTINO
Ill Knllrst Ntoeh
VHttY LOW FIGURES.
COIl EH hTH BT. AMU UOMMCBCIAL-AY.,
Dick Fowlkr, Captnln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sundiiy excepted), at
1 p.m. For freight orjusiiKc apply on lioari,
or lo Jas. Mallukv, Ai;'t.
CAIRi. AND MOUND CITY
fVTCAM Ti ll,
Will miifco threo trlpn dully.
At 7 a.m.
At 11 a.m
At 1:30 ,p.m
I.KAV'O MOUND CITY
At 8-M a.m.
At 1:30 P.m.
Kiirn nnrli wnv. 30 celltn: 10 ticket lor
2 60. Will land, when balled, at any koi!
intermediate landing for paasciiBcnt ci
Sealed proposals will bo received at tho
city clerk's otBco until 7 oclock p.m., of
Tuesday, tbo 12th day of November, A.D.
1872, for furnishlnir tho materials or doinc
the work, or both, for the construction of'
siuowalks as follows, viz : On tbe easterly
side of Washington avenue, in front of lots
numbered eighteen (18), nlneteou (1U),
twenty (20), and twenty-one (21). in block
numbered twenty-four (24), ou said east
erly sido irom tho northerly lino of said
lot numberod eighteen (18) produced to
the ano lUeU by ordinance as tbo outer
edgo of the sidewalk constructed, or to bo
constructed on tbo southerly sido of
Seventh stroot iu tho city of
Cairo; on tho northerly side
of Sixth street, from Washington
avenue to Jefferson nvenuo: on tho north
erly sido of Cross street, from Washington
avenue to Walnut stroet, to connect with
tbo sidewalks on tlMuo streets; on the
west side of Commercial avenue- in front
of lots numbered ono (1), two (2), threo
(3), four (4), Ave (Ii) nnd six (0), in block
numbered twonty (20) ; on tbe south side
of Tenth street from Walnut street to
Sealed proposals will also bo received as
above, for furnishing tho materials or do
ing the work, or both, for tho reconstruc
tion or renewal of the following described
sidewalks, viz: On tbe south sido of Nine
teenth street from Poplar street to Com
mercial avenue; on tho north side of
Twentieth street from Ohio Levee to Wal
nut street; on the south sMj ol of Twen-
tiotb street from Ohio Leveo to Washing
ton nvenuo; on ooin siues or ropiar street
irom Eighteenth street to Division street;
on the south sido of .Division stroet and An
thn north sido of Center street; on tho
north sidn or Twonly-nTth street from
Washington avenue to Walnut street, and
on south sido ot tamo street from Walnut
stroot to Ilolbrook uvenuo; and on tbo
south sido of Thirty-fourth street from
Commercial nvenuo to Washington
uvonuo. Said proposals shall be directed to
tho city council nnd will bo opened nt n
Joint meeting of tho council nt tho time
All proposals shall bo mndo in accordance
with tneprovisions, requirements nnd spec
ideations of ordinance No. .12, an
proved September ICtb, A. D., 1872, which
ordinance la now on mo at my otucc, sub
joct to examination at any time.
31. J. HOWI.T.Y,
Cairo, III., Oct. 28, 1872. 10-28-10d
bYJlUPS Choico p gallon, fl!cl 00
New Orleans. 70&80c.
SEEDS. Millet liUHbcl. ft! 00 : Tlmotbv
a 503 75. Red top$l 75 to 2 00. Clover
COFFEE Java, 2Sa30e. ; LaguaTa,J23
(tjii-Ji. juu, i-nuio to cnoice, zii to je.
BROOMS. Common Houne VI dozen. 01
& oo'olcu Kstll, S 75 5 8' U' w 60
lll'.raWAA, V- m WC.
SOAP. Sclmeffer's Oennaii mottled
ic; utianipaiKO aoap, Tie.
TALLOW, 0 to 7c.
HENRY II. MBYEll,
DECORATIVE. SIGN und ORNAMENTAL
GKAININO AND 3IAKBMNU
ol every Description.
DECOKATING AND GILDING
In evcrvNtvle. nlaln ami ornumenrni.
Particular attention paid to OIiikh (IUiIIiik
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frcscoo miC
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain nnd ornamental. All woik I :
trubtcd to my care will bo nromnllv ut
teuded to. Shop in Perry House, corner 1
commercial uvenue mm Kigiun streot,
Anticipating a decline In prices of
of all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomers should know we arc determined
to carrv out our promUes of cheap printing
we feci It our duty to make n
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that n steady Increase of bulucss
win lie an equivalent.
With our long experience In business and
together with our advantages in tbo
purchii'n and selection of stock, out
customers may rest assured we will try
lo merit a continuance ol their very liberal
patronage. We Invite your attention to tbe
following revised list ol
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size per SI $4 MtoO 50, For other
qualities add tuu uiucrencc in me cost oi me
on 14 lb paper. Flat Can or same duality ot
Folio Post, perM 31 OOtoO 00; per one-half
.n ou to u uu.
POSTE JEl S
lull sheet, balfsheet, quarter sbect. eighth
sheet and sixteenth sheet at from $3 00 to
20 00 nor M.
y a earcuu exaniliintinu oi the nhove list
our patrons win nnu unit our
per M ?5 00to7 00, according to size nnd
quality ol paper; pcroiic.haltM OOtol 00,
on ordinary size per M SI OOloS 50. accord
Ing to stylo and quality. Commercial per M
Ci .KJIOJ W.
vnr M, according to size mid weight, f5 OOto
i u, in-, uiic-uuii ji, uccutuiiig io size auu
t) RAY TICKETS
per M OOtol 00, according to order.
EN V ELOPES
iirnisbcd retail at wholesale prices. Charge
"i limning, pi wins wjiei .11.
PBICE3 ABE liD-WElK
than those ol any establishment ol thu kind
in ai. i.ouis, ineiimuii orwiueiigo.
Business men will llnd thu IH'i.i.ktin tbo
nest iiiixerttsing mediuiu In Southern 1111
(sheet 20x40, 8 co'unins) Is furnished to sub
scnuers in. toe low rate oi
LIME I CEMENT I
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLO.
Couimeroial-av., Foot of Klovcnth-st,
Best quality of Llmo nnd Cement al
ways on hand, and for salo at the
very lowest figures for cash.
ONE DOLL All PER YEAH
and now has a larger subscription IM In
Southern Illinois, .Missouri mid Kentucky
man miy paper ever iteiore puhllshed li
Cairo, q'"J new clubs arc coming In ever
ST. (JHA'llLES HOTELT
r. i ItKXrsilllS l'riirlt
Con, Ohio Lkvkk & Hkuonp St.
laTHaggi'KO conveyed to und from De
Tint ltIlii . . r 4i
r-. ..vv. UttV-V SI,
W. 1. 1ULUDAY. I'raililrnlj
UENItY L. IIALLIDAY, Vico.Pf,,!dsni (
. II. MAKK(lltl), C-whler;
WALTKK IIYMLOP, Aralilaat C-hl-r.
Hisur I,. lULiiriAT,
Obo. II. t ii.UAiitun, Hrnr-iii. lliut.
A. li. Hirroan.
ltnBT II, CrxMsanti,
W. V. lll.ll.AI,
Esrhnnicf. Vln iiml l'nllwl niaIm
lloiiitn lloiiKhl nml Nuld.
Kl'iWITH rwelTod, aii.I Konornl tnoklnic
NEW YORK STOIIK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHUKST VAHIKTY STOCK IM THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSK.
Itersser of NlnelrBlli Btrcct ! Cmlw
O. (). I ATI Kit.
FIRST NATIONAL 3ANK
lUNlni. HURI), "rn-lilfoti
HOIIKUT. MM... C t. .'ir.IHil
IJ. ti. HUOHE3. Cannlrr.
COLLKCTIONH PROMPTLY M.tDK.
EXCIIANDK. coiV, Unk r.ou-. cd. Unit-..
HUIm oarttl) boucht ita.t sold.
Inirm A 1 1 o w ril on Time lfHlt.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign FrutU tV Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13i TKNTH BTRIItT,
Honrs, N(ili. Bllu.lt. Mouli1lntr.
Kiv!ultcr,(sooa) Wliiilownnil Door
Frame, Flooring, ltti.
KhliiKlm, (llnsiMt Nnsli, Ulnac-d SMr
I.lKbCa, IJIha-mI Triiimoiim,
i M.I i WeltchtN, stiuili i'ulllCM ttiiU Coirtls
llllnd Iulnliir, Hooting
fell, Uoolliiu I'fiusnl, l'lntriMK
Inier, t'Hrit Veil. White
I.iml, SJiiwiI Oil, AinorlCHii WIiiiIum
11uhh, KiikIImIi niKlI'rrnoli
1MhIi SUiasm, I'titty, i!ilfr'i Poutlk
rlvnrr IMfH 1'nlcnl S'liliiinfjn
KM.. Kr.. .IC.
AOIINI'H lor lloeU Hlvsl rrr uerojjiinr
fihimihing Volt nd Qunrts Ceinont
II. W John's Smproti"! Ilnoflng MRVm
RETAIL AND PKESCRIPTION
BTTDEB'S B LOCK
r. Wiialnicln A v. anil I'.IkhUs HI. ,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers iu
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the solo right In this city to use the
PULTON DRY KILN,
(be best Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially nremrcd to furnish ut all times, uu
tho shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SHASONKD LUMBER.
Attention Is called to our stock ol
Lumber delivered to uny part ol the city
Order received nt tho olllce ot
SAFFOBD, MORRIS & CANDRK,
nt th ut of tho company, corner of 4th
treetnud Ohio leveo uiiKSAdllm.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o ovcry J?scrlilliiri,
LATH, SUINGLKS, OKDAK POBTh
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS
KurnUhnU on sbartett notice,
t'omtnoroial-av, bet, 10th and 11th. bts,,
Where we will keep
A COM 1 L E T E STOC K
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
BICK-ROOM AND NUIISKKT APPLIANCES,
ICS C O Ii X) :
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE KKUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled . W" also draw the
Ii L U E LICK WATERS
l,t) ll C4l) All cl.t.en of working .o
p.i'.elllii r lex, juiuig or oKl, muko mom imWy
nt work fir m la tnoir upare inninenU or nil, llif
tun, than nt (.iijlhrnn lst, I'aiclculais tnn
Atl4rii Q, Htlmou Co., I'ortlnud, Mmn.
Also, u choice lot of Cigars, ol nxtrn fjua
ity, som nt rcasonatJii) prices, utir
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMEN T
Will rneolvo especial iittentlon nnd cat
being nt nil hours in rlmnn of enmnotc!
Mini careful imrtlin. Prescriptions carctiilt
uuiiiiiuuiiueu 111 uiriiours uuy or iiigni.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BEil
Aq1 I)Alrr in
VEGETABLES, FRUITS. EGOS, LARD
i HU rir.It, KIU.
tSTAllOooil" warranted fresh, and sold
at tbe lowest prices.
Corner 0th SU andCommerclalAvc.
T 33123 2Sr22"W SYSTEM.
HKTAILICll AT WHOLKIALC
PRICl!!" rOK CABII.
AT II. C. THIKLKOKK'S STORE.
WAdUINOTOM AVKJtUK. IIKTWKKV TISTU
AMI) KLKV6NTII bTRSKTS.
60 lbs. ikv Cuba Su(:r for - - - 55 0
pi u ,i ... 1 00
ol ids. A conee aucar, n. 1 . oiu. - 1 w
4 " l'rime Rio CoUce for - - 1 00
8 Choice " " - - 1 00
JJ ' Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas nnd othor sluple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Uooils new ana iuii waiui given, bu
IMHIUHAHT Tlt'KK TS.
' I KcrHi
f For 81
iK. ) Korlv
FOR SALE, ) KorHi t FOR HALE,
' I KcrHsl J
rHls ) ,... ,..,.
Faro from LiVKitroou;
Fare from Lovdcnubrky
Fare from Olasoow,
Faro from Qukhnhtowk
TO CAIRO, :::::::: 14 8 2
fiHIorrl. Jlorns A l' , ii:is,
Liverpool ttiw.Jntk Kh'l rhlUlrliihli
SHDia conTOAcrr with csiTtn statu asi, sam.ii
For CrrjlDK tli IUU.
FOR PA8SA"GE TICKETS
oe rtiBTiin mrosiitTioH
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALK, Aot.
IS UroaJwoy, New.Vork, ur to
WMhlnston Avtnue. Cairn. nont. 51
CAIRO CITY COAL
prcpurnJ ' i i 1 ( 1 .11 n 1 1 will, tl 0
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left ut Hallidny Bros, otllcc, "0
ouio lkvkk, or nt tho Coal Ynrd below the
St. ClmrloH Hotel, will rccolvo prompt Mien
tlon. Tbo Tito "Montauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farm within soven miles ot
Metropolis, on tho Jouesboro Road, consut
inir oHiOO acres with MO acres clewed aim
other liiiprovcnicnts, now owncil und form
erly oeeuplod. by . 1. T. Relltllo.
TERMS. One-fourth ilowu balunco In
ono, two nnd throe years note secured by
mortKaifc. with sixinr cent, interest.
N.JL Tho timber is good and has tiovor
been culled und no timber will be permitted
to be cut or iisod, except what Is necessury
lor tho wear and tern- of tho plnco, until alter
the second payment has been made,