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THE OAIKO DAILY EULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1872.
MM, alU4l (Ml
BBiTltiw. The market I dull.
The parlor concert at Judge Allen'
iMt igbX pleutnt affair.
Desiy Devlnewaa married Thursday
algal .to Mr. Bridget 8Uflbrd.
Oontt Fither advertise the lUnkln
property for a1e.
Mr. WhrU and Mr. Close and Innu
merabW otVer cltUens are bulMlnjf.
Tk weather it fine.
TU Republicans are ell in RO"J "
Tke iooc of the Democratic party U :
" Wkere now era tbe hopes I cherished "
The hore plague has not yet made
(l appearance in Cairo. Tho small pos.
a made its exit.
-Nearly all the lawor' ire out o U.o
Jack Winter bat became a nh mon
ger, lie keep on hind II kind of lt
Ttte Cairo and Viuocnnes railroad is
being pushed rapidly forward. The
Cairo and St. Louis i alto on iu winding
Tbe result of the late election shocked
Judge Green from hi proprie.y. lie
wai heard to quote poetry on 'election
Tbe tidal wave uftbe Liberals has
not yet done iu work.
John Herman it nut going to Chicago.
The Democrats lay tbe devil is to
pay, and there it no pitch hot.
Jamte Murphy wat found yesterday
evening in an old stable in rear nf Perry
Houte very tick and without fundi. Arnold
ant him to county boipilal.
Mr. Warren and four children, who
were all (ick and deatitute, were lent by
the county authorities to the county pour
Pouicx Cor kt. Judge Droit provided
John Mahoncy wu arreited by E
quire Mehner on charge of drunk and dis
r order. Frned $5 and costs, lent to work
on the street for nine days.
David Down got so drunk ho laid
himself down on the rail road track and
wa picked up by Eiquire Mebner, tlned
$J and cmU, sent on chain gang (or five
Stolik Cloth. A thiof went into
Bom' clothing itore Tburiday .evening
and stole a valuable roll of clotb. - Tbe
racal was not caught.
Thi Chain Gano. Mcllale, with his
gang of ttreet worker, has done tbo city
a service by repairing tbe sidewalks on
Bouoiir It. Capt, J. M.'l'hilHps has
purchased Fred. Theobold' neat residence
on tho corner of Sixth and Walnut streets.
Fou Salx Uttx-U' von O.vMi.-Tbe
valuable residence property, known a the
"Rankin Property,' iltuated Mweva Uib
and 16th streets, I offervd for ito cheap,
for cash. Tbl line property cvimiiU of
four good. lets, with throe dwelliiis. AH
in excellent order, Inquuo of
I l-S tf. t the Cutou llww
Jack W int an, t his rwry to-nmbK
will make one of tho bvt display m b
line of vegata!)!, siih frwsh tne! v
rlah, coiuimnt; or frh uuoXit-l, cen,
lobsters, clams, roc' ba, -mIs Ne YV
sound oystor by the Joaoit, plaW,
or gallon, trvpictl trutt o( ail tiods vm
bam, and .1 choice variety of eerytSii
else that u s;vvJ, that or u ei&tbtted
in C.nro. (Jo around, cc sn-l purv.w
Til RauiiM JoLfcncvrV'N.--T'f-e
KaJicaU turned out lt null .0 cctebate
their recent victory. Whll n provi
sion was piusini; Tux liriuuv ofiire a
number of the men In the line N'ctn to
cry for a speech from Olt-rly The pro
cession flopped and theory spread and 1
came1 general. Finally, Mr. Olvrly re
sponded ami aid that ho roconled in
the result of the lte election
the fact that tho p.itty wiih
which ho had iicted had boon crushed
by defeat; that ho wat thorotoro untram
melled by party considerations, nnd was
an Independent man; that, tf l'redont
Grant would reform the civil-service,
drivo out dishonest men, inntigurnto the
policy nf purification and bo wiso to tlio
republic's good, Tut: UuLl.Krl.v would not
refuse to him Its support; but that If re
forms were not Inaugurated nnd tho pres
ent abmes were continued, if tlio adminis
tration should full abort of it duty, The
Hut.Lr.TtX would bitterly opposo tho presi
dent and liis party. And so forth.
otlce W bvrvb.ii xhew tht ameetlni; of
the lUtvctof. vt tb; :ttr t'lt Kerry
wiWbo MCI t te ortleo ol tho
Wuui'vv v V?wwt NvvvvScr ISiti. tSrJ,
At to NrovV v mi. v v r o 1 011.
C O M 1 N ! !
MONDAY. iNOV. 11
AFTKNSOON AN'O -N'tGllT.
City National Hank HulMlur.
.trvial allenlion yai toonlrra Iroin laam
betls uliihl orla
BmiilBKB that the Kev Mr. Grant
will preach at tbe Methodist cburcb this
Yelling at " o'clock. This will be tbe
opening services of tbe first quarterly
meeting which will continue over Sab.
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
C. H AN NY.
KKMTUOKY JKAN8, VXTKA,
GA05 iftAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARK4TIN0
' Ix Town. Hon. liaac Clementi, mem
ber of congress elect from this district, I
and Mr. John Barton, ot Carbondale,
were in the city lait nigbt. They partici
pated in the Republican jollification, and
Goiso Away. Tbe amiable Carl L.
Thomas who ha become one of the crack
life insurance agent of the state, will
leave Cairo in a few weeks for Spring
field bre he w',11 eitabliih his head
quarter. Success go with him.
Railxoad Niwi. The Vincennei
(Indiana) Times' says, this week trains
will be run on the Cairo & Vincennei
railroad from the Wabaib river bridge
above St Franciiville, to the tunnel, a
distance of one hundred and three mile.
The Iran will be laid on the whole line by
December lit, and tbe tunnel and bridge
DAM AS KB.
Mia Rutlre Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
COXKXX 8tH ST. AMD COMMXBCIAL-AV.,
The largest and only truly fashion
able Circus on this Continent
TIE AGUE OF
Tho Model Company of Amprioa.
KGGULAK CAIKO.PADIICAII EVANS
VIliLB 8K.MI-WKKIfI,Y U. S.
Tho rl and Kleanl Pnpcnor HleHmer
.UCK OltAMMKll, Mnntcr.
Kt. Thomas, clerk.
jGT Lenvr-a Cairo for Pailucali nnd Kvaiis-
li e, ovcry Ihttrmlny nml Siintloy ovcnlng.
tho Louisville mid Cincinnati packet. For
Irclght or p:inKo apply to
Jamks ilKio.M Pasu'iiuer As.
''U!!'.1,' CAIRO. 1 ' A 1 ) If 0 A I rK VAN J
VIM.K SK.M1-WKKHI.Y lCKKT.
The Hue Pasicma-r I'ackot
Mr. It. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
ot Tenth street, is mantttaetur-
ing Hoots and Slioes ot the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and 'material ; his patterns are
of tlio latest styles, and his
prices lower than anv other i U;
shop in the city. Confident ti.eatrHCnin.r
of the excellence ot" his work, ' XiXr30!' pr.to,!LK!1,,',y "m,l"K 111 0
...... . :.i"um.Ki ' or "eight or puwigu nmlv on
he invites the patronage ot board or to
Jambs llmas. I'ai-oiiifcr Au'i.
can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's!
, Cotl'ee Sugar for One Dol-
I. it. ftninn Ilia TNTnw fi'lno ti u
lift , f kKtJ . 1 V. IT A Iwltlld
Sugar for One Dollar; Jiest
three and one-half libs. Prime
Hio CotVeo, One Dollar; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-ti vo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
KKOIM.AK CAtllO AND KVANSVIM.K
8KMMVKKKLY MaII, LINK l'ACKKT.
The line low pn-uro l'nkciigiT I'aukci
W. II. I'KNNINOTON.
K3TI.CUVOS Calm i very Wcdiiccdav ami
Saturday evcnliif.' at II o'clock, fiir I'ailll ah
and Kvaiisvlllc. 1'or frvtglit or pnssigf mi-
mj tin uuuru ur iu
JA.MKs llllias, 1'iissciigur A'l
His the highest aalaried Bare-back Rider
and French Battoute Leaper in the pro
fession. He has the largest corps of Aero,
bats, Equestrians and Trapeze Perform
ers male and female of any four com
panies traveling. He has the celebrated
CAtllO AND PADUCAH
.MAII, HO AT.
TIik splrnillil slrmnxr
STOP AND HEAD
U00D NKWS FOR EVKItYllODV
A plui'f where yon i-an buy a imich for
0 1ST IE DOLLAR
as you can vlsewliuro for
OSll DOLLAR AND A QUAHTKK
Dick Fowlkk, Captain
l.cavni Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
i i.iu. rui in-iiu ii ias'.aKi,apiivuii ooai
or to .Mai.i.ou'v, Air'l.
OAllti. AND MOUND CITY
NIKA.1I ti il.
W. V. THORNTON'S,
1IU1LDKIU5' SUl'i'LY DKl'CT
IHJ TKNTH eTHKKT,
Door. KhmIi, UIIikU. .HouIiIIub,
rrnuieM, riourlttK, Lath,
Nlilnarlt, Jlnael Nnnh. Uliiatxl NMe
l.lKlitn, lllniirtl Trnnaoiua,
NhdIi WflKhlN, Nnah IMilllr hiiiI Cortla
llllnrt Fiml nliiKH, ItooUusj '
fell, Hootliip IVmciil, I'UKlcrluK
I'lilit-r, 1'ttrjx-i t't-ll, White
IumI, I.IiiihmI Oil, Amerli'Hii Wiuilow
Jlni, l.nicllali Hiiill'rnirli
I'lnlv SJIiwn, I'iiM. (rKli-r' I'uiiiU
Niimh l'i(fH 'itl-iii C'tiluauca,
H., III-., Uic,
Our Home Advertisers.
Charlered Marcti m, iMt
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFKOKD. President:
H. S. TAYI.OH, Vlccl-resldent;
H. IIYS1.01', Secretary and Treasurer.
I1. M. llAKCLAt. f-M.a n...
K. II. HTi.rtETH, Pact'o. Hcaoa. '
n. n. uvNNixoHiii, II. P. IIalmdav,
J. at. PnitLirs. '
llepiMlla ol nay Amount Heelved Iraaa
Ten Ceau Unnarda.
IM KKKflr paid on .Irpo.li. .1 the ral ot ia
L liercPDt. sierannum. Mumh ih..k u....
Iwt I i-l. iDtlTf.l uol wltlulrn 1.
.Iltlr to thf principal of u,e ileposlu, thereb?
K'Vinx thfin cuiiiioiioiI inltrrit
UAIIR1KI) WOUIK AND CUILDRIJf MAT
0 THAT KU o I IUI cam l.aia I
Open eirt J ljimlui! ttnjp rrotn .m, to S n.m
and HaliiMajr eriijn lor HAVINO DKPoaiTb
onl), from to 8 o'clock.
THE CITY NATIONAL
13 VXT rC.
Will innke ttirou tripn i ally.
At 7 ... . a.m.
At It u.in
I.IIAV'O MoU.M) CITT
At SiSt) a.m.
At 1UW) p.m.
AtO . .p.m.
NEW YORK ST011E,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L IRQ EST VAR1ETT STOCK IN TI1E CITV
GOODS SOLD VEKY CLOSE.
over the Wabash will be completed by ''' "- C""
ueceEBDer ioid, toon aiur wntcn trains
will be running regularly between Vin-
Cannes and Cairo.
A Disoedeblt Neoro. Charley 11 ar
ris, a drunken and worthless negro, went
into Matt Burn' boarding-houie yester
day, brandishing a knife and swearing
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 R
100 Mllea tbe Hfaorteat Koate
vengeance on everybody In tbe house, rpn p-rjTp a rX. t1
Hum paiu-nn am'r.T. wmAnn ., 1 ... I w o 3. L w -ci- sr
hue to eject bim. He resisted tbe officers
Whose salary alone is equal to the total
expense of an ordinary Circus.
He has the most beautiful and accom
plished Lady Riders that Europe and
America can produce. He has anything
that means can command, and thirty-six
ears experience can suggest
By reference to the programmes and
small bills it will be seen that nearly
FIFTY ARTISTS are engaged by the
vateian manager ; also that he has with
Usm kU wonderful stud of Tiained Uorsea
Wll.l. KxilIlUT COKN'KR Cr.l)Alt AND
Children muter 10 yearn old,
for a (hbrt time, then made for the Mis
isslppl levee. A couple of shot from tho
offlcers'-pistols stopped him and be was
promptly taken before Judge Urots, who
fined thtou 445 and cosU for disorderly
conduct; and $25 and costs for reiiitlntr
the offlc.n. Charley being without ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
stamp was sent to jail for GO days to la
bor on the Street. ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
Blsaity' Mile tbe ftnorteat Hoato
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
OM CAIRO TO
the election a few turbulent colored wen, g"0' Cleveland, ira Kll
' I Huff a In iM'ialiiii it UV.h nuln
by the use of threat against men ot their Baltimore, i'bilauelphia, New York.
sayiag they did not know their duty as UCro.,' Bt. Paul and all point nortb-
citisans; but, we venture to say, there 1 his is aluo the onl; direct route to
never wa. a campaign conducted by any rj!?1"0"' Keokuk,"'
class of inen. with more propriety than tho Burlmuion, Rock UUnd, La t-nllc,
i., i i i i . . Meadola, Uiioa, Kreeport,
laU campaign in this city by tbe colored utieoa, Dubuque, slom uny,
people. They adhered with great tenacity T 0mM D,d " ,mU not,hw,,,t-
r B,venlhem free' ow.iii 0Trp,nB tv'
dom and the ballot, they were entbuslutic .., raMkwJ loM lraporUnt poilll
. uu neiiuer tne cajoleries p0r ticket ud lDformtion, apply to I. c. R. It
of tbe Liberals nor their plausible annuals osp"1"1 . alroj on bord tne tmnut steHmer be
t. k.k.lr .f u. n , . . "IT""" tweeu Columbus nd Cairo, and at tlipriucli
in benalf or Mr. Ureeley could win them rallroai ticket offics throughout the ouih.
ufn i man. ak , i;nio0
., flen'l Hup't. Chicago.
J. J01INSON, Ag't, Cairo.
from the path of their duty -, but It is a fact
that their real was tempered with
ft. rfMt ftt ii.r ili.n.j.llnn rpi
condueudtWeWe. whh n, Z "GFIELD AND ILLINOIS
were not tempted to-rlotous or much un- , SOUTHEASTERN It, R.
victory was cowing in, and when if wan
U have b-n expcV that Z Tllilcal oTnv dzvision.
of tki. city would .U have been a. 55 E,pro.
a.d twb-Unt ii DervUhees,
tie oolored men Were not oamonttrative . TSiiurTill to a
la aT Ofenslve aaanter. Taej beard the """"rD' "w "
news with oldent delight, but with dig.
TtAINl O0IKO MOSTHWCKT.
ally, aai went quietly to tbtir borne. I Li pkb..
tI.t;::'::;-," T-w .-." . m
r . ' . ,:. i.H.r.,:ss.,,,,---- "
ta mm Miutoa gave u a Mgoer pinwn rAriiveaVvKTi;; "-6. i
'Wo lake pleasure in saying their bearing ArrW.
ibaa w1 ever bad before, and we iomh.'. ..............lo
MTU EM BUM " WDM W liA M.
llsMBt of mentionlnc teave Kdgwood ' ,
, aae I r ! ,b Ma,Zw.
11 IkUblU Iftlllir. I amIm mA HbMtiiat'i. .ml "-U.40 f
ST. NICHOLAS j
JENN Y LIND TABLES
HARRY WALKER & CO., l'rop'rs.
Tho iinduigncd would respectfully in
form tbo public that thoy hnvu fitted their
now storo liouso on Eighth street with tho
linest nnd best assorted sltKik of
gunurul inercbmidiso over before brought
to this miirkot, nnd In order
to sccuro a 1htl;o portion of the patronage
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ES I'A II-
LLSHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock ii entirely now, nnd
hotigl.t expressly for the, coining full nnd
winter triido of this loculity, nnd consists
of Ludics, Gents and Children's
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS &c CJl.'S.
And nil (ithor article to bo found in a
first class dry goods nnd clothing establish-munt.
Wo call cspcc'ml attention to our large I
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is complete in
nil its details. Our stock of
Is tho largest in tho city, and wo are en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gcntlcmons' Clothing, Hoots und
Shoes, Hats, Caps, und furnishing goods
wo nro fully prepared to meet all de
mands nt prices defying competition, Ah
it ii to tho interest of overv ono to buy
where goods aro cheapest and bet
wo cordiully invito tlio public
to call and examine our i-tock before pur
Our PUablhhinent is located on tho east
side of Eighth streut, between Washington
and Commercial avenuos.
Blum & Amson.
Knrfi !iili v:iv. lUt ri!llt.M! 10 Hi-Li'Im lor
i'l M. Will land, when hailed, at any good
Intermediate lauding for paxseiigem oi
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN.
Notice I- lierebv (:ieii to the owner or
owners of the building situated on lot num
bered thirty-one (ill), in block numbered
tvcnty-scrii ('JT), in thetir-t udditiixi to the
city oi Cairo, proper petition 1 1 . i 1 1 lt been
tiled praying the condemnation of -aid build
ing a a'liul-iuice, mid owner or owner- are
untitled to hae -aid building rcniocd or
placeil iu -ale condition within tell ilO)
day- from the date of this notice.
Cairo. Ilk. Oct. fflt, lhTi. ( itv Marhul.
Aill-Nl-- Imi II. t k Hivfi l'i.r ci,i.u'
Bllrxlliirk' l-tlt til 'I IJlilflt Cl'IO.'Ilt
II, W .loliii. ..li.r.n,.. Ho.itliirf nitH;iu
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
.Manufacturer'' of and Dealer In
POPLAH, ash, cypress
oak and WALNMIT
Having the sole riu-ht In thii city to u-c the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we am cmi.
elally prepared to furnish at ull tlmen, on
iiu nuui iupi JitfilL'i',
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LU.MIIER.
Attention Is cnllei1. to our atoek ol
CYP R I0SS FLOORING
Lumber dcllered to anv part ol the cltj-
vruem received ai me onicc oi
SAFFORD, MORRIS IJ.VNDKK,
at that of the company, corner of 3th
in cinnn unui levee aumi:uii.
VA I HO,
This house l newly lilted up with two
And two tine
'I'he saloon In Htocked with the llest
ure compounded In tho most approved fetyle
KSTC'ome and itee foryourtelf. Thoy keep
ou hand a lino n'.ock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
are Mircad mortilnir und ovenlnif at in
o'clock, at which ull are Invito! to particl.
pute free of churge.
DECORATIVE. SIGN und ORNAMENTAL
OKAINING AND MA11BLINU
of overy Description,
DECOIIATING AND GILDING
In every htyle, plain and ornamental,
l'articiilar attention paid to Glass Gildlnu
OrderH nolleitcd for Scenery, Fretcoo unO
FANCY GLASS SHOW CAltDS
Gilt, lilain anil nrnaiiieiilnl. All wnik- I
trusted to my caro will ho nromnllv al-
tended to. Shop in Ferry House, coiner f
Commercial uveuue und Eighth utreet.
ST. OIIAltLES HOTEL,
r. III HKXI'OUU, .... Proprlotnv
Con. Onto Lkvkb & Hbcond St.
tSsTUsKKage conveyed to and from De
pot tree, dc- U.
Sealed proposals will bo receiveil at tho
city clerk's ullico until "J oclock p.m., of
luesilay, tho Utli uay ol November, A.1J.
1 ts7U. for furnUhinu the materials or doitiL-
tbo work, or both, for tho construction of
sidewalks as follows, viz : On tho easterly
side of Washington avenue, in front of lots
nil mho red eighteen (18), nineteen (19),
twenty (ii)), and twenty-one (,'i), in block
numbered twentv-four (24), on suid east
erly side from tho northerly lino of tuid
lot numbered eighteen (IS) produced to
tho lino llxed by ordinance as tbo outer
odgo of tho sidewalk constructed, or to bo
constructed on tbo southerly tide of
Seventh street in tho city of
Cairo; on tho northerly side
of Sixth street, from Washington
uvcnuo to .letlerson avenue; on tho north
erly sidu of Cross street, from Washington
avenue to Wulnut street, to connect with
tho sidewalks on those streets; on tho
west side of Commercial avenuo in front
of lots numbered onu (1, two (2), three
(3), four ( 1), live (ft) and six (0), in block
numbered twenty (iO) ; on tlio south side
of Tenth street from Wulnut street to
Sealed proposals will also bu received us
above, tor furnishing tlio materials or do
ing tho work, or both, for tho reeonstruc
tion or renewal of tbo following described
sidewalks, viz: On the south side of Nine
teenth street from 1'oplnr street to Com
mercial nvenuu; on tho north side of
Twentieth street from Ohio Luveo to Wal
nut street; on tho south siio ol of Twen
tieth street from Ohio Lvn to Washing
ton avenue; on both sulci of Poplar street
from Eighteenth street to Division street;
on the south side of Division street and on
tho north side of Center street; on the
north sldo of Twonty-tlfth street from
Washington avenuo to Walnut street, and
on south side of sumo street from Walnut
street to Holbrook nvenuu; and on tho
south side of Thirty-fourth street from
Commercial avenue to Washington
avenue. Said proposals shall bo directed to
tho city council and will bo opened at n
joint meeting of tho council ut tho time
All proposals shall bo mado in accordance
with tlio provisions, requirements nnd Hpoe
mentions nf ordinance No, :r up
proved Septcmbor IGtli, A. I)., 187:!, whicl
ordinance is now on tlio at my omco, sun
joct to examination at anv litno.
Cairo, 111., Oct. 28, 1872. 10-28-lOd
AMD 1IIAUH IN
Kioutu Stiikkt, Bktwkkn Wasiunqtoh
AND COM4! KHC1AL AVKNUJCB,
Adjoliilsm ltrtentiouae nud llauny'n.
Keep the best or Ueef, Pork, Mutlop Veal.
I.ntnb, Suusaue, etc., nd are prepared to (.rre
UI,IUIJH 111 till, IIIVB, BAil U.I.MV.U .1. ...... (
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o xirry Oi cnpliuu,
LATH, SH INGLES, CEDAR I'OSTS
DOORS, SAS11, BLINDS
S T E A M II O A T LUMli E It,
Kiirnlh-'1 on iiirt--st notir.
Uomtucrcial-uv, bet. 10th and llth-hts,,
W. 1. lUI.UIllAV, l'rl,lsr,i;
II KNIir I.. IIAIiMOAY, Wl'ri,ililtB;
WALTtlt 1IYHI.OP. As.l.Uot C-uhi.r.
HrilTl Tailoi. Ui ii r,,..,..,..
lltnii L. IUllhut. U'. kU.,,,.,. '
(J0. I. WlUIMMI, BTtCHIII ll '
A. ii. Mir ronti.
Karbntmr, Coin -and irailld Nlc
Honda IUushl nai1 Hold.
EHMTt r'-l-.,i, nd (i-bfrxl UaklnK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IMMKI. HLltll, "ff.l.lrnti
KOIIKKT. lll...t'l riM.-'r-xtl-int
C. N. IIIK1IIK.H. C.-nlrr.
COLLECTIONS fROM ITLY MADE.
EXCHAMiK, rmu, l.nk doIh oJ l)aitii
-K-curitim 1-auHht tjl ioU.
lalorwl llntKl nn Tliii lliwilh.
Willi Ml vilDiirnu"v
For Sale at Wholenalo c ReUil
COIINKH H2l)-&TltET AND OHIO LIVEk
WIMM AMI I.IUOUUM.
vtiioirstir am KtTAil iismra 11
WINKS AND LIQUORS-
And proprietor of tip'" and spcudld
No. 75 OHIO Lr.VEK,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
IveeiiH coiiktiintlv on hnil the choicest ol
Wines und Liquor, which he will fill ut the
very lowei-t llk'ures. call unu exuiiniie.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
(i A I II O . I 1. 1, I N U I N .
AIo, kep ioninally on tinrtct it mint cum
pinio hiouk ui
BCOTCH AND IKIHIt WUIBKIK
-(i I N H,
Vorl, Madorln,Shorryand Catnwba Wines
I JltVTll X CO. nell nxcluslTely for cash, to
IX, wliloli loci nicy mlie me enpi-emi nu.
lion l clone Immaln oujers.
No. 104 COMMKKCIAI. A V KNUR,
itmli t-'reni'li und Miitli rutjlmeres ull
color, Heaven ami llreud-clotli constantly
on liund, and all Konds warrauted.
In all its branclie aUo carried on
LIME I CEMENT I
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND 1LLINO.
Ooinuioroial-av., Foot of Elevonth-Bt.
Rest quality of Lime and Cement s
ways on hand, und for sale at the
of Lime and Cement al-
ways on lisnu, unu tor saio buub
verv iceesi llgurea lor rwn.
DANIEL LAM PERT,
FOR LADIES, MEN aND CHILDREN,
EiuiiTH ST., IT. Com. & Wash.,
Has Jut opened a now and stylish estab
lUhiuciit, nifty up to the times, und Invite
old customer and now, ladled, children and
ull, to fuvor 1dm with their patronage.
3TAU work done In the Latest Style.
WINES AND LIQUORS Corner Twenty-second trcet and Ohio
F. M. STO0KFLETI1,
SVCCItSOK 0 dllll.t A ITCICHLtlH
llerlirjrer nnd Wliulranle leitlr Iu
No. 02 Ohio Lkvek,
HK keeps on hsnd coiintanlly a ftill stocU o
Old Kentucky lloiirtion, live and Mononira
III. ln,l Cuflrnrnln Wine nU
JAMES KYN ASTON,
liUTCIIKR AMI DKALKR IN ALL KlNPS OJ
COUNKK NlNKTKNTH AND TOI'tAlt ST8.1
lluys and slatiKhtcis only tho best cal tic
hriRs und sheep, and U prepnreu to Jill mi)
demand for fresh moats trout oue pound to
teu tUoubund pounds.
H. T. GEROIJLDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
om Fitter' and Plumber's material, Weed
pumi , Rlobe ami anide valvts, atop
cocks, check valves, ta.
sua aiikt roe
TnfM Hrothsr Pntent Dry Oae Meter
ind Mornoue. Wells Co'a Automatic Water
inaicaioranttuuppiv vaive lurswKin
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Altvuys on hand, and ut tho lowest market
price. Also a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders ut HALLWAY
imoTIIKitS, or apply at tho u-.lll.
CAIRO CITY COAL
i nroparsd to supply customer with Ih
r " qualltr of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Hallldav Broi. offlot, 7
onio lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below to
St. Charles Hotel, will receive propP :
tlon. The Tuo "Montauk" wtU brtog wal
wintkk'6 utooK. ooiHiKBnut-AVKNU I alongside to steamer at any hew,