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WEDNESDAY, MARCH .31, 1809.
runuBHKD nv john ii. oneiu.y co.
m. n. irAhnr.LL, associatk editor.. ,
Lund roth's Presh and llcllablo Garden
Sacdi at V, G. Schuh's drug store., m31wd
' Try Spalding's Jntamunsl Hair rp'stpror. It
is undoubtedly tho best hair preparation over
introduced to tlio public. For snlo, whole,
snlo or retail, at 1. 0. Schuh's. 3taw3w
Notice lo THX'Vnycrn,
The delinquent list will bo commenced on
tlio 10th dny of April, thoso wishing to snve
cost, had better come to tho Court houto at
once and scttlo.
Louis II. Mr:u, Collector.
.Money Hay nil
By buying yourgroccries of J. II. Mctcnlf,
who keeps a large itnd select stock of tlio best
family supplies, and sells cheaper than tho
cheapest, No. 331 Washington nvonuej op
posite tho court house. inurStf
Is hereby given to delinquent stock holders
of tho Cairo and IJlnndvIllo Turnpike Com
pany that unless tho bnluncoduooii thoic-silb-Bcriptions
is paid by tho tlrst day of April
noxt, suit will bo commenced to collect tho
samo. Uy order of tho board. , y
H. II. Cunningham, Treasurer.
March 8, 1809. did
Day boarders can securo first-class fiire at
Wollcor & Slsson's reitaunint at $75 per
EST Hereafter oyster soup will beserved
nt tho morning lunches. As heretofore
tho invitation is to nil to come and feast
without money or price.
mrlC 2w Ohah. l'nrFKitu.xo, Sup t.
in m i ii i
Everybody should bear it in mind that tho
ball of tho St. Patrick' Uoncvolont Society
oomci off nt tho St. Charles Hotel to-night.
A largo crowd will undoubtedly bo present,
ii splendid supper will be spread, and good
choor and unconflncd pleasure will he tho or
der of tht night. Duy a ticket and go.
Take Particular Notice.
It Is scarcely necessary to urge upon par
ties Indebted to tho 'Ilullctln' oillco that our
circumstances require, upon tholr part, n can
cellation of their Indebtedness. A quick In
gathering of the amount duo us on book ac
count, will greatly assist us in rc-etablf ! :
ourselves ou our original lootlug. Wc In
tend to recover from our set-back, and that
right speedily. Our debtors know how to
aid us in this purpose, nnd wo shall expect
them to bo propared for tho call of our col
lector. Till IUII UViIiimmIa)' Xlglit.
The ball to bo givon in the St. Charles Ho
tel by tho St. Patrick's l!cvolcnt Society,
on Wednesday evening next, is attracting
usual attention mid will certainly be the most
larg ly attended all'uir of thu season. Tho
managers, P. O'Loughlin, James English,
and A. Hoylo nro untiring in their exertions
to mako ft a grand success, and tho inliit
already excited points to no other result.
Tickets havo been fixed at 2 60 per couple,
ncluding supper, which of itself will 1h tun
tsmfunt ton full return of the inonev. A
splendid cotillion band has boon engaged; and
floor managers seleetod who, knowing 'their
duty will porrm it, nnd thus avoid the
confusion on the floor that too often mars tlio
plcaiuro of Uko occasion. Everybody shotild
buy a ticket. " " 2ti '
Ntrlcker In Trouble.
John Strieker, who is a somewhat notorious
character in tho city, was before Squire
Shannessy this morning charged with obtain
ing money under false prutensvs. He he had
assumed the airs of an officer, nnd victimized
ii n ignorant black fellow with nil tho eato itn
nginublo." Tho evidence was clear and he was
flnad twenty dollars and costs. Strange to
say, although he had no money and should
havo been committed to the city Jail, tho 'squire
allowed him to go at large on tho promiso
that he would pay to-morrow. If n poor fel
low, honost but foolish, becomes drunk and
disorderly ho is fined, and if ho cannot pay
ho is promptly committed, to Jail;
but Strieker and the other confidenco man,
who loaf about foloons and mako a living in
mysterious way, when caught In tholr vil
lainies, oro fined, It is true, but nro turned
out to inr.ko tho monoy by following their pe
culiar vocation. This practice should bo dis
continued, and the sharpers and vagrants of
tho city should ho fined, and if unablo to pay
should be mado t labor for tho city with pick
and spado. A doso or two of this medicine
will rid the city of its Strlckors and other
confldonco men and vagrants.
A Confidence Ontae.
A white man mot a "grcon" negro on tho
wharf yosterday, nnd asked change for a twen
ty dollar bill. Tho negro expressed himself
unablo to chango n twenty dollar hill, bat
would bo most happy to change u ten dollar
hill; which accommodation tho white man
uccoptcd. While the chango was in view,
onothcr negro, Archie Irvin, camo up, no
doubt In pursuance of an understanding.
Tho whlto man took tho negro's ten dollars,
and, Instoad of closing tho transaction by
handing ovor tho ten dollar bill for which the
chango was given, drew from his pocket
a pocullarkind of look, ubout which ho com
menced an animated talk, commanding for
tho timo tho monlcd negro's 'rapt attention.
During this Interval ho secretly conveyed the
ton dollars change to tho hands of Archie Ir
viu, and that black rascal mado off with it.
Tho "green" negro recovering himself, de
manded tho tea dollars for which he hud giv
en change, and was informed by tho grucolc
whito scoundrel that tho "other negro" hud if
and was making off with It. In duo tltno Ar
chie was arrested and lodged in the calaboose;
but tho whito man escaped,
At noon to-day, Archie, escorted by tho
City Marshal, was on n wild' htlnt'for sixteen
dollars to pay the fine and costs 'Squlvo
Shanncssy had Imposed'upoji him for n breach
of ordinance. Whether ho will bo held to
answor for n violation of State law wo cannot
say. Hois a shrewd .neg'rr. an expert confi
dence man no doubt, and should be'go rid of
in somo nmnnor, ''"",
The XacUssc t Use Prcst Assoclatlest 1st
ThonilholsTFeMsAjsotiStton will arrive
In this city on the. Slit or. 28th proximo (th
day to bo hereafter deteVintnc'd upon) ty spe
cial train on ,tho Illinois Contral railroad.
Tho Indications, are that the attendanco will
bo unusually largo. Now what shall bo tho
programmer Tbo tnatter'fs one that should
Interest cyory .property-holder In Cairo.srand
bestir euleadlbg citizens to the work of mak
ing tho needful arrangements. A ball and
banquet at tho St. CharlA'will, of course, bo
arranged for;. and what then ?
The business meeting of tho association will
probably be hld In tho Mhcnoum the day
following tho, arrival. ,It has been nnnouced
that Mr. Ray, of the Chicago Evening 'Jour
nol'i has been, selected as tho poet of tho occa
sion The orator has not been dccMeil upon.
Cannotho prpeccdjogs of this meeting be
Interspersed with'' vocal music? "What say
our Philharmonic Society? If full choruses
cannot be rendered, shall wo not havo a, few
solosyduets and quartettes, for which tho socl
clyiHjoys a deservedly high rqdjlFcrtiWo
throw out these intimations now, that no ono
may bo token by surprlso when solicited lo
aid in tho preparation of n proper programme.
Evorybody should feel concorncdj and wo
havo no doubt but when our pcoplo learn
wlial'fs fequfre'd of them tlieywillconib up
to tho requirements with cheerful alacrity.
The liberality of tho Illinois Central, ami
tho Mobilo nnd Ohio railroad companies in
placing extra trains nt tho service of the As
sociation, free of charge, is deserving of tho
highest pro'fse, antf will bo duly appreciated
by every newspaper man In the country.
Having a train thus, at their own command,
it Is poisiblo tho oxcurslonis,U will mako short
stays at all tho principal paints hot ween Cairo
and Mobile. Tho Mobilo fraternity, it (s un
derstood will join tho oxcursion. party,
some fifty or a hundred mil" this sido of
that city, and accompany them in. Tho stay
at Mobilo will bo determined by the pleasure
of tho company.
Wo hear it stated thai' Mr. M. Hughitt,
Superintendent of tho Illinois Central, will
join the excursion, if his time, permits, and go
through with it. We know of no gentleman
who could add more '.o tho pleasure of such an
occasloryand therefore bono, vrv slncerolv,
that bis "time will permit.
P. O. Schuh keeps Landretra gardon
seeds, tho growth of 1808 ; perfectly sound and
Homabody Kbb;tl, troliabljr
Mr. J. T. Itonnie having bought tbe boilers
pt the old steamer 3Ilssionary, depositod
them about three months ago on the river bank
near tho 'point. Yesterday, whilahe and his
workmen Wero engaged at tho work of clean,
inn them up, they found embedded in the
nshes of one of the fluw, a cnlf-skin pocket
book, containing several valuable papers, but
no money. One of theio paper is a noto wf
hand for 320, dated Fort Scott, Aug.H, I8G8,
drawn by J. S. Eramctt and D.J. Van Voise,
and payable tbrco months after date. Anoth
er paper is a memorandum of notes of hand
left for collection nt tho National Bank of
Wilmington; Ohio, JeVraary 23, 1809. To
this j-nrwsr h attached the signaturo of Na
than 'Doarf. A third paper Is a brief bill of
sale in tho following words t '
Near Wilmington, Ohio, Keb. St. IK.
Know whom ttrriny concern'thnt'tho under
signed hen' this day sold to Nathan llean two
brown horso mules, fouryeawold nexttprlng.
A fourth paper is a tax receipt from tlio
treasurer of Jlourbon county, Kansas. .A
fifth is in the words following:
-'Hocolved of Nathan Uoan, my father and
guardian, sixty dollars, the balanco duo mo
on th'o efttato of Jacob Jinkln;. deceased.
" Kr.nr.cc a V. Williamson.
A sixth paper is a certlflcato of deposit
from tho banking homo of A. McDonald &
Bro., Fort Scott, dated January 25, 1860, for
Tho conclusion is irresittlblo" that tho pock
et book and contents nro ho property of Mr.
Nathan Bean, and that the pocket of that gen
tleman was picked, in this city, within tho
past month. Beyond this nothing, s known.
Wo havo described tho principal 'papers in
tho wallet, hoping the foot of their recovery
will thereby become known to the owner, to
whom, rio doubt, they aro of considerable
Spalding's Jatamansl Hair restoror Is
precisely what it professes to bo, a haik itrs
tokativjc. It is the surest and safest pre
paration of the age. For supplies, wholesale
or retail, apply at P. G. Schuh's drug storo.
Tho advertisement of Ward's Eureka
Tonlo and Rheumatic. Llnlmoiit finds place
In our special notlco column. Those reme
dies are highly commendod by thousands
who .have used them, as entirely uncqualod
ns a cure for tho ailments thoy profess to
reach. They nro introduced to tho Cairo
public with no grand heralding, tho propric
torscdesirlng that they shall stand or fall upon
their own mtrits Seo tho advertisement.
i ' Cap!. Jerry Coatcn Net Dead.
Wju aro advised by a prlvato dispatch
't from St. Louta hat CupL Jorry Coates
is not doad, but is rapidly recovering from
hfs i'njnrles. This will bo wolcomo news to
. tho Captain's thousands of friends whe- nc
ctjUedos true, tho report of his death.
The festival given to the Sabbath School
children of tho Church of tho Redeemer, in
thd philharmonic hall last night, was a pleas
I not affair throughout.. The hall was well
i filled by parents, teacheri and children, and
1 tho enjoymenf was gonulne, Largo quantities
of confections, fruits, etc, were distributed,
muoh to the delight of tho llttle ones.
t r-, r ;
''A word with you, young man; you shall ,
not intorupt the congregation by going out I
In time of r;I(;o." IJut pausing n moment,
hosaidow'i'l Ye'member, I took p. man 1
to task over at Shawnee Run forgolngout ;
nndbrothern and sisters, what do you, think
ho u,rned, out to bd? What thoy call a luna
tic. So go on, yoiing'inan, may be you aro
one Of them sort." Alter u while two or,
, threo.young wOmeu started out, nnd hp lot '
out at them thusly ; "Young ladies, it ain't
" gojd manners to walk out whilo preachjng is ,
go.Hg,:on,'' ; Bj't; pausing a moment, ho ox
cluimodi '.'Coon, I forgot at tho moment it i
' WRS wiitt'rimelorr'tlmo." Thcrowns no moroT
going gu ywt, dayv
Te tke PaSreaa ef Use Cairo narkf.
It Is a fact well known to tho Cairo public
that during the past thrco years I have beea
bonding my energies to tho work of building,
up a rospectablo flour market at this city
that will succc?sfully compoto with St. Louis
and other points. Appreciating tho ndvan
tagcous. location of Cairo, thocharactorief tho
surrounding country, and tho unrivalled
shipping facilities at our command, I can con-,
ccivo no good reason why this city should not
build up a lnrgo trade of that kind. But it
seems that I am quito nlono in this work.
Dny after day prico currents aro sent abroad
over tho country quoting flour in this market
from 75 cents to $1 00 per barrel above tho
St. Louis quotations; nnd that much higher
than I mysolf ntn selling it.
I distinctly assert that thcro is bo occasion
for such a difference in tho two markets; and
whilo it 'continues, all efforts to build up u
flour trado in Cairo will be utterly futile. Tho
difference Is entirely too great, nnd will drtvo,
flour buyors past our doors to St. Louts to
procuro their supplies. - v
If we Intend to succeed in this business wo
must compote with other markets; wo must
hold out tho inducement for purchasers to
como hero and buy; and not scare them away
by asking from fifty cents to ono dollar per
barrel moro than do tho dealers in nulgbbor
ing cities. This has been my policy, and I
am governed by tho samo considerations now.
I havo hoped, by pursuing it, that in timo it
would becomo tho purposo of nil tho dcalors
in tho city te oavinto all necessity, ou the
part of retail dealers in tho surrounding coun
try, to go to St. Louis for their supplies; but
I confess that my efforts havo not been sec
onded on the contrary, my cotemporary
dealers not only exact from five to ton per
cent moro than tho St. Louis quotations, but
sond MetV prices broadcast by means of circu
lars', as tho ruling rates in tho Cairo markot.
Right h'ore, now, I will toko occasion to say
that I am scHIng flour at St. Louis prices, and
that the prices stated in the Cairo price circu
lars araabovo my figures. I farther assert
thai a salo by mo was suppressed, or not men
tioned in the list price list, that was fifty
cents on the barrel below etbor reports of
salaa of tho same grade. This may all ba le
gitimate; but I am sorlouily impressed with
tho idea that it is a poor way to build up
Cairo as a flour market.
The neighboring millers can and will cheer
fully supply our market at rates that will
enable our dealers to maintain such a compe
tition. Tho rlvors nnd railroads aro always
open to us and them; and I doubt not that
they stand ready to do their purt towards
making Cairo, not only a rival of St. Louis in
point of prices, but tho great flour market of
the Mississippi valley.
I deal exclusively In tho articlo of flour, nnd
expect to conttnuo in that lino of business. So
long ns I do so, I shall strive, as T always
havo done, to center tho trado here that legiti
mately belongs to tho tho city. Successful
competition with neighboring markets will
ultimately accomplish that end. The courso
now pursued will indefinitely postpono it.
Hoar Merchant SO Ohio Ltxte, CIro, III.
Iliintlnry TIieMiillly I'nrlj- Capinr'tl.
An individual giving his naino ns Daniel
Webster, nnd claiming Cincinnati as his
home, "went through" tho dwelling house of
Palmor Piorco, this morning, and loaded him
self down with valuables. About his person
were found ono revolver, ono valuablo ring,
ono cheap ring, a lot of silver coin, h part of
which was identified, ono bunch of keys, a
counterfeit half dollar, three pocket knives,
a pioce of candle, somo matches, a roll of Con
federate monoy, one silver watch, and thrco
dollars in greenbacks. Tho following descri
bed goods wcro found whero Webster
i. . i t . ii i .
uau mrown mem lor concealment, via: one
.flnoro vol Ycr belonging to Pierce, onoi cigar
case, ono needle case, ono mstonlc pin, ono
four inh singlo barrel pistol, two sliver forks
and ono box of percussion caps. Mrs. Picrco
discovering tho burglar in tho act of leaving
the house, took from his possession ono pair
of nno pants, & lot of shirts nnd sovcral ether
articles of clothing. Thirty-four dollars In
cash and several articles of sllverwaro nro
missing to which nocluo has been obtained.
The house was vacant when Webster en
tered it, Mrs. Pierce having left it, for the
time, to cull upon a neighbor. On her roturn
she was somewhat surprised to find the front
door locked. She passed around to n rear
ontronce, when tho burglar passed by
her with 4ho articles of clothing up
on his arm. Thcso sho snatched from
him, and mndo an effort to detain his person,
but ho dealt her a blow that knocked her
down. Shortly afterwards, McIIalo, the jail
or, nnd Mnrshal Bambrick got upon his track,
and chased him to tho vicinity of tho court
house, whero, in a stahlo in block 81, ho con
cealed himself, having thrown away, whilo
running, tho articles wo mentioned as having
been found. Joined by Mr. Motcalf, tho Mar
shal ontored tho stable where Webster was
concealed. On sight of them' ho nttomptcd to
draw his pistol, when Mr. Metcalf
placed his rovolver to his breast and com
pelled a Surrcndor. IIo seemed to bo con
siderably chagrinnod over the idea of being
captured by fsromen, and declared that if he
had net ..been pursuaded that the stable wns
surrounded (as it was by Bill McIIalo) ho
would 'have killed both of his captors and
mudo good his escape Ho Is n largo man, of
a most vllllanous appearance, and no doubt a
desperado. Ho wns sent to jail In default of
$400 ball to appoar beforo n higher court to
answer tho churgo of burglary.
About 12 o'clock last night tho sharp howl
of u dog imswored tho roportofa pistol, on
Eighteenth street; tho pnssago of angry words
botweon two men followed tho howl of tho
dog, and tho qulckshuflling of feet and tho
nolso of a scufllo followed tho ungry words.
- Lying at bur enso within hearing distance,
wo.coojectured that -somo. body b, ud shot n
dog" for biting h'im.nhd that tho'ownor of tho
perforated animal. had mndo n porsonnl matter
SH.1 lh "'Mr ..W.e accepted this solution
of tho nolscsTas satisfactory, nt nil ovciits. nndi
i 24 ffanra'Swtllftir at
eloek, l. Mr' .
Fort Unt for (he
nn. Anderson, Col am. Win. White, Pduch;e
Bllver Hpinj, N. O.; Ollvo Drench. Ht Loull;
A'!X.ika,tf..O.; Corn 9, Ark. Kircr.
Ocn; Amtersftrt. C6lnm.; wmV'Whtto, rdnclifl
Aliutkn, Cincinnati; BilTerBpray.St. Louis:
J. JAlert, MJ. CHy, 3
Tho wcathor continues clear
The Ohio Is now rising at Pittsburg, with
11 feet 0 inches in tho channel, andt,Leuis
vlilo with li feet in tho chute over tho falls.
Tho Mississippi Is also rising nt St'Louls
Tho Underwriter has gono on tho docks for
somo slight repnlrs. . r
Tho Silver Spray had 3,250 boxes oranges
and lomons for St. Louis. 1
Tho Alaska had 2,275 boxes orangos and
lemons for Cincinnati.
Tho Wm. Whito Is tho regular packet for
Taducnh this evening.
Tho Cumberland is tho regular Evansvlllo
packet this ovening.
Tho Murblo City will lcavo for Memphis
Tho Alaska had a plccoof llvo oak cut from
a trco 04 years old, in Louisiana, which has
tho natural crook, and Is intended for tho
stem picco of Cnpt. Tom Leathers' now boat
now being built at Cincinnati for tho Vicks
biirg nnd Now Orleans trnd'o
Tho following nro tho particulars of tho
rceont steamboat conflagration at St. Louts,
night beforo last, nnd which wo briefly no
Flro was first discovered at eight o'clock in
tho deck room of tho Ben Johnson, which was
entirely light, having Just been cleared for ft
cargo for tho mountains. Thcro was no ono
on board but a watchman, and he know noth
ing of tho matter until his attention was at
tracted by a great light just forward of tho
wheelhouso. Tho Johnson burned rapidly,
and soon communicated flames to both the
Henry Adkins, above, and the CarrloV.
Kountz, below. The Kountz was immediate
ly cut loose, and floated out into the stream,
not, howover, until fairly on Are, letting tho
Johnson drift down and set flro to theQorard
B. Alton, and hut a few minutes elapsed till
four boats wero envoloped in flames. Be
tween the burning boats and the Allen, how
evor, lay the Only Chance and Fannio Scott.
These steamers wcro cut looso and drifted off
without damage at the time, although soon to
sharo tho same fate, as will bo seen bolew.
Tho Allen, Johnson and Adkins remained
fast to their moorings and burned to tho wa
Tho Kountz drifted across tho rivor to a bar
whero tho Armenia and Fannio Scott had
floated nnd lodged, nnd tho flro-hulk swing
ing itself against tho Scott that boat was soon
ablozo. Tho towboat Fisher caught the Only
Chanco and knded her nt tho foot of Elm
Tho Jcnnlo Lewis went to tho rescuoof tho
pnsengcrs of tho burning boats. In this sho
succeeded, but, while attempting to clear the
floating wrecks, sho grounded on tho bar, and
tho burning boaU drifting against her, sho
was soon enveloped In flames. No lives, how-
over wcro lost.
UN FLOWER BILLIARD SALOON
Ii ruraUhert with tho Ute.t tjlp of Tablet, aad tlio
iur mpj'iieu mm uie moji excellent iiquori.
U rcAl everyday nt 9 A.m. and 10 p.m. dec2Ilf
This popular ploco h become tho rmt of all lov
era of BoJ UK&It, as none but tho best
Alxx Xioula XUEsstlco
Is kept by JOHN SCIIEEL,
lA I.V. s air.. a. a . '
"KMwi iui hvi, wait auis swoss nivuiivii
decSliltr CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN HYLANB S SALOON
Ii supplied with all kinds of
Beer, Ale, Ac,
Commercial atcnue, bet. Ninth and Tenth atreeta.
The tWrnty, who loro good liquors, should aire him
vail, uiul thoao who wlah to putfn fragrant cigar can
lure their wanta aupplied at hla bar.
rOODI WOOD II
I prepared to Airmail
G-ood. nssrd Wood
At prlca which defy competition, and alio to
Deliver In any part of tbe City
On tho khortcst notlco.
I.o.ivo orders on alatea at Hulen'a proccry, Loner
gan'a feed store, and Wooda and ltoach's grocery.
J-ADIES' HAIR DRESSING.,.
BIBS. ADDIE BUCK
Withes to Inform the publio that the has a
Ladles Hair Dreaalag Baleesa
On Commercial arenue, between Ninth and Tenth
atreeta. tihe Un inanufacturea Carls, Mwltebes.
Watcs-Guardf , Ear-Iltg, Bracelet, and
all klndi of Hair Jewelry. ......
Ladies may havo tho combings of their hair rnanu.
factored In any desirable xtylo. Janttdtf
BOOTS AND SHOES.
VASHIOXAllLK - t
Boot and Shoo Alstlcer
Twentieth street, between Washington and
(Nearly oppotlto tho Court House,)
Keeps a eplendid stock of tho beat material, and good
workmen, and can till orders on abort notice'.
Mending itono ncutiy ana cnaapiy. raironase ao.
l .i If
Printed at tho otllco of tho Cairo BulletW"
The tcrfl m the market Of nil kinds aolld, movable,
and perforated tooth.
3T"11oib, tfiso., cfac,
riTCIIER & HENRY,
19B Commercial Avenue, eomor Twelfth street,
maradtf CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
SI6N AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
QARL L, THOMAS,
SIGN AD ORXAMIJNTAL 1'AINTER,
Shop 8outh-ea.t corner of Highlit street nnd Com
mercial avenue (up Htairs),
S. I). AYEltS.
K. J. AYE1H-
YERS Jc CO.,
Wo. 133 Ohio Levee,
M Kit OH A XTS,
JJYAS T. l'ARKER,
(Bnceeaaor lo Parker &, Phllllpa,)
GEXER.VL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Hay, Corn, Onto mid II ran,
Xo. 72 Ohio Lecct,
gAINT CHARLES HOTEL,
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
The only FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is dow In thetnot unexceptionable order for p;uet
The past Hummer.
Tonus, 3 OO Por X3a.-y
U"BK"K Carrlut In ntnl from thu Hotel
free of Churgc.
Day Board, Ttetnty-Fiec Dollars per month
jr.WETT WILCOX A" CO.,
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
Q D. WILLIAMSON,
M ilOI,i:.SAI, (iltOOMK.
PItOliUCK AND COMMISSION
3VX E R C
No. 70 OAi'o Levee,
j. jst t,
Special attention gireti to connirnmenta and (iIIiiik
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Previsions, Produce, Coal Oil, lc
131 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
(Succossor to John Q. Harmixn A- Co.,)
REAL ESTATE AGENT
AUOT IOU 3E1 23 XI..
Iluva and sella Hoal Kstate. pay Tosea, furnlhei
AbatracUof Title, and preparea Comoyancca of ull
Ind. Offico,No,7I(d Uoor)Ohlo Levco. marlSif
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
II ALLEY'S CHARTER OAK
Copper, Tin ami Sheet Iron
No. 100 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(Above tho Market Ilotuo.)
noofine, Cluttering, Ppoutlne and Steamboat wort-
done In a neat
manner, at ahortno
TO ODTAINITGO TO
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