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I to ensure
Her. A wallar approaches Iilra with n
well-known, well-dono foul, Upon the
tier I''llr hn&i M nc ,eU ,l down on t'e
L" table, says: "Mr. Greeley, your Ooouu
EtecMon day the most quiet one over
I2oo held In St. Louli. Steam was shut off
3 ,JJ orly In tho morning nnd wm not turned
r. sa on again till nflor dark, after which things
Him were red hot till midnight.
'IS Tho cxcltomont attending eloctton lm
k'rip- driven all thought of tho
lnYl. lnt0 lho shade. It Is said, by tho doctors
that tho deaths lait week woro moro nu
merous, although tho cases wnru not n
many, than tho wcok previous 31 any
' porions are wearing about their necks, its
u 1 a prophylasllc to help oil' tho dlcnse,
fi 'iK little bag nilrd with swoot smelllni nru
dtnlll i fuJtlda and camphor, n delicious compound,
pr- 1,10 Bfom of which, hi it Is runitimtly
waited by tholr nostril, mutt transport
the happy possessor to tho clplan Heidi.
r''" I TIIK Kl'IZOOT
, liat not lakon root yet not much ; but wo
In tho 1 "vo 'n M"PPJ" expectations of tho sumc.
Tho week lias ushered in with nroldi
JU,"B j wet, driving (torn).
1 Ko- , AMUsKMKN
The different places of iimuscmonU have
boon only tolerably woll uttondod during
the week wlthono exception. "Wo refer to
DKIUK'a OI'KUA IIOt'ME.
Tho gonoral countenance of (Jcorgo J,
ones, Esq., the worthy treasurer of which,
hai worn an unusually placid smilo for tho
past two weeks, as tho grcenba:ks have
flowed through tho littlopigoon hnlotho in
box-ofllco in liberal quantities night after
ight, by crowds eager to seo Chanfrmi
in ''Kit," which, though n puroly sonsn
tlonal piece, full of shooting, flro, stabbing
4c, has created qulto a fttrore by his in-
milabo acting. After all ''Dollar's" is
the jovial place for tho old citizens of St.
Louis, and will continue to bo until a new
and more modern tuinplo for the druma
orccted. ''Kit" has been handsomely
ounted.nnd placed on tho stngo in unex
ceptionable style. Several of tho local
scenes, Including tho bar and billiard room
of the Southern hotel, tho leveoand depar
ture of tho "Jledorn," tho cabin of tho
sano under way, togother with tho final
xplotlon and burning tip of tho stoamor
aro woll wrought up and nightly bring
forth enthusiastic upplnuso. A much dc-
ircd improvement has been effected in the
catro, by extending tho paraquotlo back
the dross circlo and removing tho pit
liicti puts tho "boys" all in tho upper re-
ions, where they can yell to their heart's
TUt HAYDIX OKCUKBTRA,
An amateur association, composed of lomo
fifty of our wcll-kuown citiczns, gave tho
rst of a series of subscription concerts at
the Mercantile Library halt a few oven-
ngs sinco, to a crowded audience, which,
fur musical dlscriminationand refinement,
has not been surpassed this season. Wo
were much surprised at tho precision,
harmony and exquisite, btylo with which
tho contents ,of the excellent programme
wero executed. The) could not have ob
tained a bettor compliment than tho fact
that the entire audience remained till tho
close of tho concert, which, wo aro sorry to
say, is seldom tho caso at any entertain
ment in St. Louis,
COJMODOKK UOLUNUI'IN'h COMIC ALMANAC
Is just out, and is meeting with a rapid
sale. It will soon bo on the counters of
tho book stores in your city, and will le
found well worth tho price of it. Tho au
thor, J. II. Carter, Esq., is well-known as
a former resident of Cairo. Ilo has been,
for a number of years, attached to tho ed
itorial staff of tho 'Times' in this city,
where ha is much resncclnd. not nnlv fur
ails in this hls qulet unoutruslvo manners, but for his
will con- peculiar stylo of writing, in which ho Is
tastic real. nl only making fame, but, wo trust,
ises of the moncJ'i which is the much more useful
articloof tho two and in both of which
he will succeed.
Tho well-known and portly forms of
is Co right Capts. James Fulton and 15 ob Smith of
Damn Cairo, wero seen in tho city last Sunday,
nands that an" ' tney w&'1ed down some of our nar
i. row streets abreast, thoir "breadth of
I beam" was such that wo fully expected
p as an ac- l0 jlcar tj,ti WOuld bo arrested for ob.
iato great structlrg tho sidewalks, and made prepara'
Into collti- llon 10 em out had such u lament
Ilful nnll UDle ovcnt taken piaco,
I Wa Iiova pnnnntt.. nnnin In nmtat.lnn rf
several poetic and atrectinir
1DQS UUll. EPITAI'IIS
nbling, the and as they will keep wo will only in
The Demo. flIcl tucm on y'lr readers one at a timo
11 nnnl.t.,1 S her0 B for tho Ul :
'Wo have lost our little Hannah, In n very
Anil wo often asked, 'How can her harsh
kufleriiurii bo borne '
When her death wan tint reported her aunt
got up ami siiorieti
With the griel that Mic Mipportcd, for It
limdo her feel lorlorn.
She wu eueh a little terajih, that her father,
who issuer) ii,
Really doesn't Mom to care If ho never
smiles In life airain.
She hai pone, we hope, to Heaven, nt the
cam axe oi seven.
(Funeral Hurts off at eleven), where she'll
nut it more nave pain."
'72. FALL m WINTER '73.
0. HAN NY.
8 T R I V E B,
KKMTUCKT JXA.HS, rXTRA,
LAHttE 8T0UK OV OARtKTING
Our Homo Advortisera.j
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
1M Hlla th fthorteat Haute
r.tchlr StilM the Shortest atnatei
NO CHANGE OF GARS
MOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE UIIANGK OP OAKS
OM CAIIIO TO
Cincinnati, i.. lianaKls, TulwiM,
Detroit, inTrlmil( Nl'uarn Fills
lltiflaln, I'lttslittiir, Wuhlnainii,
Haltlriiotp, I'hilft.lfljilii.i, New York.
Ilosloiinnd nil points rat.
Mllwnuklr, .lanestllle, MivIIop.
l.aUrosse, bt. I'atil ami all point imith.
tins If nl.ii tho only illrcet rntitn tu
Dcalur, Itloomlnijton, Nprinjjel.l,
l' orin, Oiilnuv, Ke"t- nl(,
HurlinKton, lloek tsluid, Ij fnll(.
MemlotA, Dixon, Kreeport,
Uslrna, Dubuque, Mans oily,
Omaha and hII rolntn nortliwrM,
Elegant Drawing ltoom Sleeping Ca"
un all wight Trains.
ntggtur Checked io nil ImporUut poitilf.
I'or tiekelt unj Informnlmu, npply t" I. H H
ilepot ! niroj nn honnl tti trinut Ktnnir Ik
twiwu CoIntnljC" unit Cairo, nnd nt tnu prlnclpt ,
rnllrnn I tlrkft olllo tliroiiehniil tho mtutli. 1
W. I'.JOIINio.N.Opn'l I'M. AK'I. Cldcn
A. MltCHKlL, Opii'I Mlp't. Chlcngn.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo, i
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS I
SOUTHEASTERN R. R. I
On and after itonday, April 2tth, 1372
trains will run as follows:
Tll uniNfl snuTlltlkT.
I.cnfe Virginia C:40 a. m 1:3.") p.m.
' Hprlnxfli-ld 9:0 " 3:Oii "
,' Tnylorrlll 101 " .
Arrie at s-ana.- 11.40 6.17 "
tiMM qoino Konrnwipr.
l,f avr Pan 4.m a. in. 3.3) a. in
" Tavlorvilli- 4.4H " 4.0- "
Arrloat.prii.KfI'ld...8.l'l " .....OM "
l.fr Hprcntflpld r..6 0 lti "
Arrive Bl ViiKinm 8.5 a.l) "
TiAina ooino rovTUcatiT,
I.'aro Klwood 5.30 a. 111.. 10.10 p, ni
' Flora 8 " 11.40
ArrWe at .Shavrtifft'.i .at " 1& '
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign FruiU &Nutf,
. No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
And Doiler In
VEGETAHLES. fruits, eggs, laru
FltESll UUTTElt, ETC.
(2T All (iootls warranted fresh, and noli!
at the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. mndCommcrclalAve.
THE DtTIE-W- SYSTEM.
OH0CKH1K8 KKTAILEU AT WHOLISALK
rmcsa for cabii. '
AT II. C. THIELECKE'S STORE.
WASUINOTON AVKNUE, llKTWBEtf TKNTH
AMI) KLKYENTU BTKKBT8.
60 lbs. DKY Cuba Suitar for - - - S5 0
91 ii i ... i 00
01 lbs. A coffeo Sucar. N. Y. Std. - 1 OC
4 Prime Rio Coffeo for - - 1 OC
3J " Choice 11 " - 1 OC
3 " Old Government Java - 1 OC
Teas and othor staple and fancy Groco
rles equally as cheap.
Goods now and full weight givon. Call
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Cor. WnalitnKtoD Av. and KlKhtti Nt. ,
Where we will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET AUTICLES,
H'.CK.HOOM AND NUItSKRT APPLIANCES,
ICH C O Ii 3D :
Our Pure SPARKLING KODA WATEH
GENUINE FRUIT SYJtUFS
Can not be excelled . We aUo draw the
B L V K L I 0 WATERS
WBJBJKV gf CCgwrJli
MONDAY, NOV. 11
AFTERNOON AND NIOIIT.
The l&rgMt and only trofy fuUon
M Circus on this Continnk
The Model Company of Aofrioi.
Has the highest alaried Bare-back Rider
and French Battoute Leaner In the pro
fession. He has the largest corps of Acio.
baU, Equestrians and Trapexe Perform
ers male and female of any four com
panies traveling. lie has the celebrated
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 thirrv-six
fears experience can suggest.
By reference to the programmes and
small bills it will be seen that nearly
FIFTY ARTISTS are engaged by the
veteran manager ; also that he has with
Usm kla wonderful stud of Ttaiaed Horse
Will ExniniT Cokkkr Cedak and
Admission, - - f)0 ctt.
Children under 10 years old, 'J.'i cts.
j ST. NICHOLAS j
JENNY LIND TABLES
HA UltY WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
And two tine
The saloon Is stocked with the
aro compounded iu the most approved style
tSTComc and seo tor yourself. They keep
ou hand u Hue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CnEESE AND IIOL
arc spread morning nnd evening at 10
o'clock, at which all are Imllcd to partici
pate free of charge. U-1U
City Nittlonftl Bassss Bnlldlisr.
MLBpecnO attention paid loonier Irnm stHain
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
I best material in the market
land is prepared to fill all
orders on the shortest notice.
1 He guarantees both the work
j and material ; his patterns are
ot tho latest stylos, anil Ins
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of tho excellence of his work,
ho invites tho patronage of
tho public. I(MM 3m.
flsYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
j A Coffeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sovonty-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY &BIXBY'S.
STOP AND HEAD!
(iOOl) NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place whero you er.:i buy at. much for
ax yotl can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undesigned would ropcclful!y in
form tho public that they have fitted their
now storo house on Eighth street with tho
finoet and best uisortcd stock of
general merchandise over beforo brought
to this market, and in order
to sccuro a largo portion of the patronage
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OURtJOOD.S AT LOWER
ANY OTHER ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
wintor trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS & CAPS.
And all other articles to bo found iu a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We call especial attention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is comploto in
all Ittdetall9. Ourstockof
Is tho largest in tho city, and wo aro en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlcmons' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Cap?, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all do- I ItMi, irw.'t fin nil!" t ' ' w vl,en'
tlotli street from Ohio Levvn to Washing
mands at prices dofying competition. As ton avonuoj on both sides of Poplar street
it is to tho interest of every ono to buy '"fs.W1 W10 IIv'bI" 8trJ!eti
1 " lu on tho south sido of Division street and on
whore goods aro choapest and best
wo cordially invilo tho public
to call and oxamino our stock beforo pur
Our ostablishmont is located on tho cast
side of Eiihlh street, between Washington
nnd Commercial avenuos,
Blum & Amson.
HENIiY II. JIEYEIt,
DECORATIVE. SIGN nnd ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain aud ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for .Scenery, Frescoo ant.'
Banner l'u Inline;.
FANCY GLASS S1IOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work !:
trusted to my care will bo nromnllv at-
tendod to. Shon In Perrv
Shop In Perry House, comer t
Commercial avenue and Eighth street,
liUTCHKR AMI DKALKR IK ALL KINDS OI
C'ORNEK NlNKTKNTII AND POI'LAR 8TB.,
lluys and slaughters only tho best ealUc
Iioks and sheep, aud is prepared to till an;
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM.
KKOULAK CAWO. PADUOAlt ft EVANS
VILLE BKMI-WKKKIjY V. 8.
The Fast and Elegant Pastrm or Steamer
Jack Ohammkr, Master.
Kit. Tiiomah, Clerk.
irlT Leaves Cairo for l'adticah and K.tns-
vide, every Thursday and Sunday evenlnu,
atU o'clock, eonnectliiL' nt Kvaiuvlllo With
tlin liulavl lli nnil (Mnplnnnll napkcln. For
freight or paago apply to
UKOUI.AH CA1UO, l'ADUCAl! A KVANS
VIM.E SK.MI-W KKKI.Y l'ACKET.
The tine rasscngcr l'acket
ES. IIOWAHI) Ma.ter
NKdt.KV ltUDD Clerk
Leaven Cairo for l'ailnoili and Kvanv
vlho every Tuesday and Friday evening at il
o'clock. For freight or passage apply oil
board or to
.Iamkh llinnx, rasaeinfer A'l,
HKOIJI.AK CAIRO AND EVANSVII.I.K
SEMI-WEKKLY Mall. LINK l'ACKKT.
The line low pressure Passenger l'acket
W. D. PENNINGTON Mast
0I.cnvc Cairo every Wednesday and
Saturday evening attl o'clock, for Padu:ah
and Kvansville. For freight or pasvige u
Ily on board or to
.IAMK8 1110(18, Passenger Atc'l.
CAtRO AND PADUCAH
Tfie aplendlJ steamer
Dick Fowl in, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (.Siimlay excepted), ul
p.m. for ireigm or i:n-uke ujiiy on noari
or to ,Ias, .MaLI.okv, Ag't.
CAlHi. AND MOUND CITY
Will make threw trip daily.
'LKAVINO CAIHO I LKAV'd MOUND CITY
At" a.m. At H-TO a.m.
At 11 a.mf.U l-M p.m.
At 4:3) ,p.ui. I AtU. .. . ...p.m.
Faro each way, i'M cents ; 10 ticket lor
$2 W. Will land, wlicn hailed, at any kocm'
intermediate landing for paNneuen) m
TO WHOM IT MAY CoNChRN.
Notice t hereby gUvn to tho owner or
owners of the buildliiK situated on lot num
bered thlrtv-oiic :il). in block numbered
tweuty-eeii (i',), In thetlrt addition to the
etty oi' Cairo, proper petition havliiK been
tiie'd praying the coiideinuatioii of xaid build
iiij; at aimiruiicc, nuld owner or owiiert are
notltled to liae said building rcmou-d or
placed Iu mie condition within ten (10)
days from the date of this notice.
Cairo. Ilk. Oct. 2(1, 1872. City Marshal.
Sealed proposals will be reeeivcl at tho
city clerk's ollico until 7 oclock p.m., ol
Tuesday, tho 12th day of November, A.D.
I 1871!. for furnishlni! the materiuls or dome-
j the work, or both, for thu construction of
sidewalks as follows, viz : On the easterly
side of Washington avenuo, In (runt of lots
numbered eighteen (18), nineteen (1!)),
twenty (20), and twenty-ono (til), in block
numbered twenty-four (21), on said east
erly side irom tho northerly line of said
lot numbered eighteen (18) produced to
the lino tiled by ordinanco as tho outor
edgo of tho sidewalk constructed, or to bo
constructed on tbo southerly eido of
Seventh street in tho city of
Cairo; on the northerly side
of Sixth street, from Washington
avenuo to Jefferson avenuo; on the north
erly side of Cros street, from Washington
avenuo to Walnut street, to connect with
the sidewalks on tlioso streets ; ou .thu
west side of Commercial avenuo In front
of lots numbered ono (1), two (2), tlireo
(3), four (4), ilvu (f) nnd six (0), in block
numbered twenty (20) : ou tho south sido
of Tenth street from Walnut street to
Scaled proposals will also bo received as
above, for furnishing tho mHteriuli or do
ing tho work, or both, for thu reconstruc
tion or renewal of tho following described
sidewa'ks, viz: On tho south side of Nine
teenth street from Poplar street to Com
mcrclitl HVunuii: on tlm nnpih at. I.. r
' Twonticth street from Ohio Levco to Wal-
tho north sido of Center street; on tho
north sido of Twenty-fifth stroot from
Washington avenue to Walnut street, and
on south sido of samo stroot from Walnut
street to Hulltrnnk Htnniuii trniUnn lhi
I south sido of Thirty-fourth stroot from
commercial avenuo to wasningtnn
avenuo. ijuid proposals shall bo directed to
tho city council and will bo opened at a
joint meeting of tho council at tho time
All proposals shall bo made in nccordnnco
with the provisions, requirements and spec-
mentions or ordinanco No. 32. ap
proved Scptcmbor 10th, A. I)., 1872, which
ordinanco is now on file at my offico, sub
ject to examination at any timo.
Cairo, III., Oct. 28, 1872. 10-aS-IOd
and Diana ta
Kiquth Strkkt, Bktwkk Wabiiimotoa
AdJolBlac BltleassoaiM staid Haaiaijr'a.
- Keep the best or Deal, Pork, Mutton Veal,
Lamb, Sausage, etc., nd are prepared to ttrve
attissna In Ihw mot arpth martner.
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gaa Fitter's ana Plumber's materia), Wood
puroi i globe and snale Talvi, stop
cocks, eheck lalies.elc.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13) TKNTll aTBKKT,
Ioira, Niwh, BIIhiIk. Mouldliisni,
Kjs(JnttrM(woMl) Window iuU Hoar
framm, Floortiaa;, Itk,
Nhlnglfw, Ulasnl Hiaah, UIhimI NIiIi
LIchtM. Ulnartf Traumoiaa,
Nh Welfhta, Naah I'alllra .! Crd. .
Bllntl raaUsslstsra. Kuvtlusr
Vail, IMHiHsm Oiuant, rUattrlius
frnftrr, t'nrtirl trll, Mlilta
Ltmi, LJm.U oil, Auirrltou Wludow
Ulauui, KiikIImIi nil rrucli
flnle Ulav, I'ullr. !alrr' I'uiaU
Nrwrr IMpra Cwli'nl S'tiliuneya,
Ktt., K(c, tU.
AMKNTH lor Kock KlTfi l'aw ConDj'
alialluoii tVllitnd Ijunrtc C innul
II, W John'a !liiron,J HiiRae lwajrtn
Cairo Box and Basket Co., j
Manufacturers or and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole riirht In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, wc arc espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUM1JER.
Attention It culled to our stock ol
A V " !
Lumber delUerrd to any part ot the city
'Jrdcrs received at the oiticc ot
SAJTORD, MORRIS CANDEK,
at that of the company, comer of 2tb
tree t and Ohio Wwr uUifJ.W.m.
I LARD and SOFT LUMBER
o orery Uracriplian,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOOilS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest nolle.
Comueroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sta.,
WlftKH AD I.I tin HUM.
KHOLHALI AND StTtlL VStlSS l
j WINKS AlSDLlQUOHs i
And proprietor of ne'" and spcndld
I BILXjI-A-IRD Hjf.XjXj
NO. "t OHIO LKVXK,
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest ol
Wines and Liquors, which he will sell at the
very lowest tlgures. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
SCOTCH AMD IHIHIi WHIBKIU
-a m h,
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba W inet
RdMYTII A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
, which fact the? invite the espnclal attea.
mn f fo harva)n hnvara.
F. M. STOCKFLETU,
Keellryrr ainil Wboleaatle Dealer Isi
Vorelirn nt Oosueallo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. G2 Omo Lsv,
1Rkspaon hand constinllr a full stock e
IjLoIiI KeDtucky Hourbon, Hjro and Monoaaa
lala Whiskies, French Brandies, llollaud Oin
Rhine and California Wines l""
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Buecessora toBtratloD, Hudson A Olark,)
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
i8uccssors to John B. t'hllli'
Our Home Advertisers.
i'hnrlcrwl MArnlt si, iihi,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. H AFFORD. President;
H. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. H VSLOF, tJecrctary and Treasurer.
P. M. iUacLit.
t. II. HTorsrtata.
R.U.OinnaH, u. P. IliluJa',,
I t'l l sMsy Asssaaiait KIm traaa
Tess Ccssta Upwartfa.
I IM'KKKHT fal.l on drnoalU u h. ...
1 percent. pr 'annum.. March lalaod Hptui
h?r tal. lnlrot not withdrawn la lAitd Immt.
,I.IH, Jo tl prioolpal or th. d.piVlu, lh?"b
a'tlnx them eonipound Intereat, '
MAKUtSI) WUMIM AKU CUILUKIM MAT
, UUPOaiT MOMBT
I u'tuii no urn tut cis tut ir.
Oped forj hualaeaa day ttom a.tn. toS p.m
SRXmVfc WS S ' UB,,3
auirtl W, HTHI.OH. Treaaurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
Ill I MO,
W. P. IMLLIDAY, Pretl.lsDt;
IIENKT L. IIAI.LIDAT. Vice-Pr.iU.a.
WALTKR UYBLOP, AsslaUot Caahiar.
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
bank noUs aaJ Uaitcd
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For Sale at Wholesale
CORNER 32D-STRHT AMD OHIO LKVIfc
No. 104 Commkbcial Avenue,
lloih French and Scoth cassimeres all
colors Heavers and llread-cloth constantly
ou uaml, and alloods warranted.
In all Its branches also carried ob
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMJ.
Comraeroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-st.
Rost quality of Lime and Cemont al
ways on band, and for sals at the
vary lcost fietiraa for cash.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
EioiiTii St., Ht. Com. Wabii.,
Has lust opened a new and stylish estab
lishment, fully up to the times, and Invites
old customers and new, ladles, children and
all, to favor him with their patronage.
tTAII work done In the Latest Stylo
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on band, and at the lowest market
price. Also a good article of
Leave orders at IIALLIDAY
or apply at tho luill.
CAIRO CITY COAL
prepared to aupplr customer with lb
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at HalUday Bros. olBoe, 7
omo ijcvee. or at the Coal Yard below th
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tun "Momtauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
RAX EWTATK ACEWC1.
0. WINSTON k CO.,
also Aoeat rot.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS