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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1873
faMfeattoa aUslUIIss lldiB.T
141LK0AD TIMK TABLE.
CAIKO AND VINCKNNE3 HAtUlOAD
TniMBOW leve Calto in J Mound City as
Lor Cairo. Leavo Mound City.
1:4ft a jo. iSlOa.m.
Chae. O. WOOD, Qen'1 Ticket Ag t.
riMB TAELE Or THE ILLINOIS' CENTRAL
Oepart-KTpress, dally $ P ''
. " Mall train, .dally .M0m
CAKIO AWD T. LOUIS SIIOKT
AITlTVa . o.jrt - hi
mImI!.. .a . a a s i ,
sPZhmei rt elr from Calrt. o Louis.
No cbanre of car. from .Cairo to Chicago,
fflemnt Drawing lUoin slecpl n? cars on all
SkEI train. UAKf"0 checked to all lmpor-
!I?iCf! ml li'jl. Lines arrive find depart
wit dally txeept Sunday, p. in., at MO. ,
"T?-" . . - . .
AtltO A1 VINUKNJsKS KAII.HOAH
On and after Monday, February 3, luM,
rain, on the C. and V. railroad will run as
press. avc Cairo I'M a. to.
Mound City.. 8:10
Kldorado. .. liittp. ra.
NorriiClty.. aiS3 '
Canal 31 "
" Jtt. Carmcl.. 4:40 "
.Tlvo Vinccnnea. .. 5:40 "
press. Md. Oily
f:If p. m. le.
fi:4i " nr.
aT Vlncennss... 7.-00 a. m.
HL Carmcl 8:J2 "
Cannl OA", "
Norm City. .10:31 "
' Eldorado,... WW "
" Mound City.. 4 AT p. m. 1:00 a. m. le.
jurtvcCalro MH " " nr.
Connecting at Vlncenncs with the ludl.
Lnapoll aud Vlnccnnea.OMoand Mississippi,
Lnd Evanavlllo and Cravvfordevllle railroads;
IX Mt, Canncl with tbe Loulsvillo and Now
Albany airline; at Carml with the St. Louis
aid Southeastern ; at NorrlsClty tlio SprlriK
flcld and llllnol Southcattcrn ; at Kldorado
with the Sliawncctowu branch ol the SU
Loult and Soiuhea-.tcni ; at Cairo with the
Mobile and Otilo railroad transfer boat, and
Uamera for Memphis, Hed ltlver, Vlcko-
uurg anu .uiv uncans
C1U8. O. Wood, Ocn'l Ticket Ait't.
Lkk, Jiu, Sup't.
LOCAL WEATHEIt REl'OltT.
V, S. Sio. Sun., onsKLVKn'A OrriCK. 1
Caiuo, May V, MJ, 10:11 p.m. J
Thermometer 69 degrees.
Wind north, velocity 1 mile per hour.
Maximum temperature last SI houi, at
4 p. m., 63 degrees.
Minimum temperature, lat-t 24 hours, at
I a. m., 00 degrees.
rrevalllng wind last 21 hours, west.
Total number or miles wind travelled, last
S4 hours, 303.
David W. Uarkktt. Observer.
Tf txt authorized to announce that
David J. llaker la a ciiudldutu fur Judge ol
the Twcnty-lxth Judicial circuit. Klcction
oo Monday, June 2, ltfTS. td
NOTICE TO HALOON-KEni'KllS.
Baloon-kccpcrs, and all others, arc hereby
noUued to sull no more Uciuor to my husband,
VlllUlp ll.nuh Any vVliili IIUI tU
htm alter this date, will bo prosecuted to
the full extent of tho htjuor law.
Caiho, May 8, 18TJ. Sakaii 11a L'CIt,
Mrs. Anna Lang on Klghtustrcet, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has ono hundred
and fifty different stylesof hats and bonnets,
betide a large assortment of ribbons, flow
ers and notions ol all sorts, all of which wli
be sold at the lowest prices.
ICE CltEAM SALOON.
As warm weather Is upproacblug the
lovers ot ice cream will be glad to learn that
Mcstrs. Saup .t Clarkson have fitted up and
refurnished, In elegant style, their ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain has
also been put in running order, and nothing
ji wanting about the establishment to make
the pleasure and comtort of their, 'patrons
The Cairo Casino society will gl o a graud
ball and supper at John Scheol's Washing
ton llali, on Monday, June 2, 13. In the
torcnoon of that day the society will parade,
displaying for the first time a bcautttnl new
silk flag. It is the object ol tho committee
appointed to mike the proper arrangements
that thU ball shall bo one of tho grandest
ever given In thu city. ,V7-t
This popular hotel has been refitted am)
Improved, and Is now one of thu most coml
tonaUo stopping places In the city. The
ttavtuing public and pert-ons desiring
,..vuv .juarwrs ny ma week or momh.wll
always find them at tbe Cninmeri-lal Imt.t
Ilatesof board Lave been r,,1n,.t..,l u. fM
lows: Day board, i ro ver Wt.,.v. trim,it(
1 60 per day; board and lodging, from &
to 7 per week. tr
SALE OK sr.UyiCEAHI.E AND 1,'NSEIt.
VICL'AULE OitDNANCE STOHW.
BUltBAtf OF OltriNANCK. I
avy Department, April SU, ls73.
There will bo sold at public auction to tho
highest bidder, at 12 ra., on Tuursday, May
29Ui, 1873, at the naval station, Mound City,
Illinois, a quantity of cannon projectiles and
miscellaneous articles of ordnance, in p:,rt
as follows, viz :
GO 31 pdr I'arrott rifles.
34 20pdr I'arrott rifles.
1 39 pdr Dahlgren rlftle.
B&Ondr Dahlgren rillles.
18 32 pdr cannon.
40 eight Inch cannons.
1 tlx Inch mortar.
A large quantity, about 441 ton., of un
Inch, eight Ineh, 32 pdr, 30 pdr, 20 pdr, 10
pdr, and thirteen Inch mortar projectiles
and miscellaneous ordnauco store, Includ
tog a lot of scrap bronze.
Terms: Ten per cent. In government
funds on the conclusion of the sale, and tho
remainder within ten days, during which
time the articles must be removed Irom thu
station, otherwise they will reurt to tho
It is to be distinctly understood that no
yuaranue Will be Knen to purchasers of
t ,suUclei offered for sale und noted In thu
. catalogue Jfti regards thtlr exact condition
r quality, but it Is bcllevH, however, that
v. very thing offered for sale Is represented.
nnuisi . niirins, vuiti of jjuresu
Tht above is published by ordtr of the
commandant ol station, to wbom person, de
siring to become purchasers aud vs I s1iIbk t0
inspect Ui article offered for salo shouvi
ppiy. Fbcis T. O i t.LinTl
tV4Wwtd Paymaster U. S. Nsvr, .
Moscovlcs Is idling off at coit. f"2 1 f .
Itulnes In our police court" rr dull yei
Fifty thousand envelopes Jut received at
the BULLETIN office. 11
The Pulaski county circuit court will con
Velio on Monday, June 1.
There will be a meeting ot tuo city coun.
ell on next Monday evening.
Envelope furnished and printed at the
Bulletin Office at f.1 to 10 per thousand
Mr. W. W. Thornton has purchased and
now owns one of the best, If not tht het,
horfoln the city.
Genuine Kmnithalcr, Swiss
Charlie Weber's, at Ihc Casino .vilonn,
I Ellilll Street
Bellini; off at iot at Muscovies'. M 'f,
The aide walks on Tu clltli street. between
Walnut and Cedar, are beln? lowered to the
new grade established by tlio city council.
.tiidee llaker li now IhiIiIIiil rourt at Mr.
I frminlta Mll1i nnUlltt. Itiktnail r.l lnliml
' , " , "
City. a heretofore
Mated In Tint HL'I.I.K-
John Itohlnson, the great bareback tlilcr,
Is with the great Chicago Miow which ix
hlblt In till city on thu 10th InM. ItobltiMjn
I one of the bet rlderi In thu country.
The Kurnctt Meant cooking veel, the
N ttlonal American and Kplcure broiler.,
the Dudley cpiral gnto and ilpor i-iirlii(f, hI
llallpy'n, KW H'ahlntflon avenue. i-SI Im.
Tio place to buy wall paper and window
nhados It So, 2 Seventh street, opposite Win
tcr'a block, whero you can buy cheaper
than any place In tho city. II. Ant.ic. tl
The Turner picnic will be poMponed, on
account ot the dampncsi of the grounds,
cnucu uyuio lato rains, until Sunday, May
18. Ily order or committee on arrangements.
Twentieth Hreet, between Ohio luvco nnd
Washington avenue, needs at least threo
more gas poMs Of a dark night Twentieth
Is ono of the darkest and gloomiest localities
In the city.
There Is, In wet weather, un almost Im
passable mud hole on Walnut street, near
tho Lorotto academy. During thu lato rains
it was out of the iUestlon for loaded tsngnns
to got through It.
Tho mosquitoes. !(, fifes, uUg alllj
bumble bees, aro coming, so prrpmu your
self by covering your window with wlro
cloth from llallcy's ; you can sleep without
bars, and dlue without Illcs. 4-21 lm.
Thcro was but ono caso before IliA Honor
Bird yesterday. A gcntleinm who not
given to liquor to au alarming extent wan up
on a chargo of drunkenness. A tine ol two
dollars and tho trimmings was assessed
against him, which ho paid.
The street crossing at tlio corner of Sixth
street and Ohio levee, needs repairing bad
ly. Thu planks at either end ot tho crossing
are broken-BWay, and If somohorso, mule or
human being Is not badly hurt there unless
the walk Is fixed, wo will bo disappointed.
SP. M. Ward Is nowptcpured to deliver the
best ot nawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kliWsof wood and
coal always on hand. Leave orders at his
otllce, corner Seventeenth street and Com
mercial avenue. -.
Muscovies, Washington avenue, uear
Tenth street, is selling off at cost. 6-2 tf.
New stock and new styles of wallpaper
paints, oils, window glass, etc., etc., at 11. F.
Meigs' new store, Washington aveuuo and
Eleventh street. Call aud see the latest
styles in wall paper before purchasing else
Bird cages, llowcr baskets, wlro cloth
riddles, sand screens, ruke, iiocs, shovels,
spades, shading' and hay forks, step and ex
tension ladders, wood pumps and a general
assortment of tinware, stoves and houso fur
nishing goods, at llaltey's. 1-21 lm.
The foundation for another new brick
business house, on Eighth street, Is being
put down. Eighth Is becoming a very busy
street, and at tlio rate ot building, In le's
than two years there will not be u ucant
lot on it, between Washington avenue and
In consequence of recent ratu, the Turn-
ner picnic, which was to have been held In
tho woods near Mound City on Sunday to
morrow has been postponed until Sunday
tho 18th Inst., at which time It will certainly
come off, provided the weather doe- not
again Interfere to prevent it.
Wc arc tliti solo agent for thu sale of Mus.
son's pure elder vinegar, made on his (anu
at Cobdun, Illinois, put up tu convenient
sl.ed packages for family ue, ami overv
package warranted pure.
4-iri tf. Coki-kv, Pack .V Co.,
No. M Ohio Levee.
II you want good goods at cost, go toMo".
covles; Washington avenue, near Tenth
Mr. .1, M. Monkovics, thu enterprising
uuaicr in ury goods, Washington avenue
between Ninth ami Tenth streets, oilers his
large anil varlod stock of goods at cost
prices, ills storo Is lull of the choicest of
dry goods of every variety and quality, and
thu prices at which he Is dUpolng ut them
are astonishingly low. fall upon him ami
satlfy yourself, ,V7 tf.
Wc uuder-tand that an effort is being
made by tbo business men ol Cairo to In
duce Corlls A Itankln ol Metropolis to move
their manufactory to this city. Cairo hav
i Ing established a loaf tobacco market, and
being the center of a country In which all
I grades ol tobacco arc produced, together
with its facilities lor Importation and expor
tation, will certainly require but little ellort
to secure this enterprise.
sherlfi Irvln should Instruct his ilepnty,
Jir. iouis Jiyert, to meddle, as little aspos.
ble In city police business. That gentlemen
Is not wanted on the police forcuany longer.
and hasbcen dispensed with by tlio proper
autuonilcs. VYo know Slicrltl Irvlu well
enough to know (hat he will not allow any
man, the citizens of Cairo do not wish to
act as policeman, to persist In disregarding
tho pcoplo's wish by getting under the sher
iff's mantle Ho should draw Louis oil
A new hotel has been opened in the large
houso located on the corner of Seventh
street, and Washington avenue. It will bo
known as Brown's hotel, and proprletorcd
by Mr. Brown, whose reputation as u hotel
keeper Is well-known in thlsclty. Thu house
has been thoroughly renovated aud refur
nished, and Is iu every way tlrst-class. The
tables are at all times lurnished with the
best the season affords, and tho charges lib
eral, being only 1 60 per day. Mr. Brown
solicits aud detents a share ol thu public
Wo have chorlshed a viper lu our breast,
and It has stung u. If you don't believe ut
look at tho ungrateful treatment wc are now
receiving at the hands of Mr. Louis Meyers,
deputy sheriff. Why should he wc appeal
to hlm-crush ui relentlessly t We didn't
force him to support Winter, and lose the
position he occupied for tuo years. That
was his own mistake, and, may Jack have
mercyon his honest soul. Wo can't ice
where his anger agaluM ut' comet in. He
may go to Hong Kong for us.
Elder Thomas Jefferson Shores and
Deacon William Thomas Scctt of the First
Missionary Baptist church, (colored) are not
by any means "bosom" friends. A day or
two since these Christian gentlemen met on
the street, and it was not because the llev.
Thomas Jefferson was not willing that one or
thf other ol them was not taken home on a
stretcher. Shores Is on the war path, and
we advle the members ol his church who
have rebelled agaiuM him, to keep at n
respectful illMaticc. He l a peace-loving,
amiable, Hod-fearing, Christian man; but
when ho Is tampered with when his church
Is assailed, and an ellort made to oust him,
men uevvaro. He will open lire from hi
masked battery, and If ome one l not
hurt, It will not bo because ho ailed to put
hl faith In (lod, but because. omo rebel
llotts chump has stolen n march on him, and
poured water on his powder.
I'ollco MnglMrate Bird demand'. d.iy about
with I'ollco Magistrate Hro, and Mayor
Wood has directed I'ollco filler Mcll.ilu to
visit Bross and Bird with prisoners on alternate-
days. Mr. Bird has right , and we
are glad ho has the pluck to stand by thrm.
lie will llnd In Judgu Bro iVn ns Just n
man ns o'er hl conversation coped vvlthnl
which for thn benefit of .Mr. Mnycru and
other scholar of his kind, w remark, l
quotation from the work-of a man by the
name of ,Shakpeare, We ;know Judge
Bros has no disposition to deal unjustiy
with Mr. Bird. Of course it Is his right, n'
It is BlrdV, to get all tlio liiiMne" he can,
and wo presume he will do so; but that he
has any prejudice iigalnM his colleague lu
the maglMraey because of that colleague's
color, wc do not believe. Judge Bros l nn
advanced Democrat, not conlluod by the
claims of narrow prejudice or fal-o pride ot
A young man, the son of n prominent
merchant ol Vlncenncs, Indiana, was yes
terday morning before Judge Bross oil a
chargo of drunkenness. It Bcems that the
unfortunate man came to this city several
days ago, and balug almost era" the
effects oflliiuor, on w.-i-csday morning fell
in with u jiany of colored men, to one ol
whom ho sold his coat for two dollars. Of
coursc.ho spent thu money for whlski y. On
Thursday morning be was taken chargo ot
by ''Bill' Humblcton, a colored man, who
took him to a point outside tho Mississippi
levee w here he lay dawn, Uambleton fearing
some onu might come along and steal the
boots and hat off tho drunken man, took
them off and carried them to a levee saloon
keeper, with whom he lelt them until such
time as the owner might be able to take
care of himself. But under u misapprehen
sion of the case, Uambleton was urrested on
a charge of robbery, and ho also was taken
before Bross lor a hearing. Alter hearing
the evidence, the Judge discharged Hamble
ton. and assessed a Hue of two dollers
against tho white man for drunkencss. Be
Ing unable to pay the fine, City Attorney
Webb gave him u stay or execution for
twenty-four hours, during which tluio he
nromlsed to Ibivh tlie !
Aud every variety ofshadc or color. Dur
able, beautiful, water-proof, clastic und
economical. The Avcrlll Chemical l'alnt
is prepared for immediate application, re
quiring no oil, thinner nor dryer. It is solJ
by the gallon in packages to suit, lrom one
to forty gallons. It dries with a hard. rich.
Siu,iurii-, uui- noi run irom (.earn or
nail-holes. Will not rub, crack nor peel off'.
covers more with the same body, and fs'
cheaper, more lasting, aud better'iu every
respect than any other paint. N. E. Wuy ,t
Co., general commission merchants and
wholesale agents for tho A. C. P., Sixth
street, between Commercial and Washing-
ton avenues. N. B. Be very cautious-
counterfeits are abroad I !
THE HOU CATCilEllS.
Chlel of I'ollce Mcllalc advertised lu Tun
Bulletin, jestcrday morning, for two ex
perienced hog catchers. The advertisement
was responded to by at least a dozen gentle
men, from Mound City, (Jooso Island, l'a
ducah and other neighboring villages. Out
of the number Mac selected two noble spec
imens of the art, and labeled eacn ol them
with a placard on tho hat: "City Hog
Catcher." The senior was made captain,
and starting nut about noon yesterday, he.
with his force thu other fellow swoopud
down upon the hogs of tho third ward with
tho resistless force of a torrent, or tempest,
or something of that kind ovuil as Mr. My
t rs, the deputy shorlff, and Mr. Winter, who
didn't becomu mayor, have many it time and
oft' comu down upon Tiik Hw.i.kti.n.
Ihu result was, that In a few hours,
indevd wo are tempted to say in a lew uilu
utcs, thu pound was full of hog, and run
ning over. We caught glimpse at the un
fortunate porkers, and Judgo tint there were
lu tho pound lu tho nclghborhuo I of a tbou
Mini, or u inner uuinucr. I nc catchers at
night retired to rest and slept peacefully lu
me consciousness oi uuty well done. They
win anso iuis morning anil again go forth,
and may the lover ol hogs protect them from
lliu catching ability ol these great artists !
They aro complete masters orthelr prol.s.
sion. ()w tiers of hogs, boware '
Clly Bfailonal Bank Bnllitlnv.
9L.P;ial attention pan looMsrt Irom si.tnj
boati nluht or rtaT
o k o a e h it a ,
NT t; AM IIO ATM.
Th splsadld tam
Dick Kowlee, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) t
4 p.m. For freight opassage apply on boat or
to Jas. UALLOIir, Ag't.
WARD 4 KOBKRT3,
IF .A. I :n" T ie :r, s
Dealers t.v Wixpow Shades,
Wall Pai-eh, Pore White
Lead, Linseed Oil,
m irits Turpentine, Olue,
.HiiKLLAi, ALCoift., Etc, Etc.
W.ihlnstton avenue and Eleventh street,
II. A. i'lioni" D. Thorns
THO.Mrf 4 IJROTHBIt,
stleee-osrs to II. M. Milieu,
COMMISSION MKKCHANTS. I1II0K KHS
iNI) IIKALKIC IN
,SMile mid t'HMC)' UriM-orlra,
foreign and llomo-lle
tB'-R-rj-ITS -A 1TD NXTTB
Cll CoinniereI.il Avenue,
CAIKO, - - ILLINOIS
ENT ERVRfBE SA VIjXGS
l:iirirMt Msreh HI, lititt.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIKO
A. B. SAFFOHI), President;
S. 8. TAYL.OII. Vice-President;
II. II Vrfl.Ol'. Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. iUaciAi,
K. II, HrocarLiTH,
R. 11. Ccsxmuiim,
J. M. PnlttIM
ClUS. (l IIIHSK,
H. P. lULLIIIAT,
r.r.ita of mnr Amoant KsptTsrl Iron
Ten Ccata L'pwarUx.
ber Isl. Interest not withdrawn Is f.diled linrnn-
lilatolj to tie principal of the deposits, tberebs
K'stnx them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
SO THAT HO OSIIUIOiS UUW IT.
ODn eserr tjuslnr dnr I rum v a.m. to 3 i.m..
end Hsturd.j r- .ng tor HAVi.NU UKPOdl ll.
odI, from t to S o clock.
aumi n ii isijur. irna.urpr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALUIHAY. Pre.ldKitf
HEIVRI L. HALLIDAY. VlccPrssldtni
A. B. UAKFOKD, Cashier;
WALTER UY3L0P, AHUIIo Oiuhlcr
Htists TtTLoa, Rossar II. CcsxiHomsj,
Uasat L. IUllidai. W. P. Hailiuit,
Uao. I). WltlUMON, Htimiin JJib
A. n. OArroao.
Blacbana-e, Coin and Vnltwl r)tsfa
Bosstfa Uoasbt and Hold.
IHPOBITH reeelsed, and
a general banklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or on uh.
It. W. .Mil. I. Kit, President.
.I. M. rillLLtl'is, Vlec-l'resldviii.
(,'iiah. Cunningham, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M.VDB,
EXCHANUK, roio. bank n.its a
Htttoa Hcurltle hoiittit anit sold.
Intri-fial Allowed no 1 1nn- neioH.
aivcn by the
O A I HO T 17 It X K U fi () CI K T Y
SK.tR MIII'.MI rlTV.
SivtiAV, Ma. 11
The Cairo and Vlneennt-s i-ullroad h.is
been chartered for thu occasion.
Trains will leiivo Winter' block, comer
Seventh street und Couitnerri.il avenue as
1'lrst train, at tl o'clock a.m
Second " at 1 " ji.m.
Third " at i:?n p.m.
Thn last train will return to Cairo at 7
o'clock In the evening,
the entertainment during the day will bo
Aud i a:ne ni all ktnils.
invitation Is extended lo the
KIKTV CENTS KOU ItOL'ND TUII'.
Oood music will be lu attendance, and we
assure a K"od time,
COMMITTEE OK Altlt.VNOEMKNTSi
l.ouls Herbert, C. Iliulcr. W. Alba.
"W. IIUDKK, frosiJont.
And Dealar In
VEGETABLES, KIIUIT8, EOQS,
Uttll UUTTJUt, Ki t.
ITTAUOoods warranted fresh, and sold
the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. aOdComaicrolalAve.
C. Haiiny wishes the
public to be informetl that he
bus on hruid a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets aa exten
sive as any in the Southwest,
und that he i
sell overv artiele
lower than the low
on him to-dav and examint
Is and prices. J If will
both as to (inn lit v
FIRE AND MARINE 1
HILT STTZR.A T-TCE1
niauara, k. v.,
IIKKMAN1A, N. T.,
IIANOVEH, .V. T.,
..-..Ts s; l I
Comprlslug the l!ndrirllrs' Aasncr.
TONKKIlS, J. T
ViHrsKN ruNii, it. r.,
Utorea, Iiwelllngs, Furnlturo. Hulls and Car
E-s, lusurnd at rale, as fasorablsa. ounl, pr
msnent socurllr will warrant.
I resi-r-.-trullr ask nr Ihe cltltensol C
shrof (bur patrnni.
W. 11, Morns,
II. II. Csndcc
Nn. Hub. and t'.H. Citn
K1RE, HULL, CAKOO, LIVE STOCK
Ass.ls. ....... I9.MV.S04 V
NORTH AMERICA, PA
Assota I2.7U.CCO 00
Asset.... 12,44 4,210 72
- .: ......1 1,781,18 se
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
- -..I1.S53.S8I I
- tti,m 43
.AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNKCTICDT MUTUAL. LIKE,
'""s" fao,ooo,ow on
TKAVKI.F.lv8, HARTKOHD, LIKE AND
A,,M " - il.&SI.OIIO (I
RAILWAY PAB9EN0ERH A8l)RANOK
V.'e's - yAai,isiri on
SAFFOHD, MORRIS & CAN DKE,
71 Ohio ItsrtSaS,
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ckvt,i..Otioe, 17'-' AV tmiiNOToN St.
This Oerman l,ir Insurance Comnanv
KHarantees not only l'ald-up rollcles but
also a Value In Cah on the Non-fiiri'elturu
JOHN A. UUOK. - . . lr.tn.
0. KNOBELSUOHF, - . . Hoorntary
JOHN W. I'ltl'ESS,
A.'entfor Cairo nod vicinity.
R ISM ARK RUNn.
SECTION NO. i7.
'Vi!"',l'V,l0i'? jT'Tromntlns IM Insurance
and hick tr ll. f by wcokly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ol public benclit.
Ihe l.llo Insirance Policies will be Issued
b) the I eutonla Life ItiMiranco Company.
JOHN W. l'JtUESS, Ao't.
JOHN B. 1'IILLIS & SON,
tbuceeisors to Johu II, I'hlllia.)
DEALERS IN IIAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o.f
Cor. TUMR.BT. and OHIO LRVB
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I inAlsMV ;
eoalMMVlHb?l' mm I
mm mi w
M IK Is II
f B9 cosmctics DHj:rtmitRS'SSa j C
x MR TOILCT Ej MTcnul'Mrl ' "E
. BE MIIICUS. jft COLORS. 'BlKw
JrvTm vr-V U,' W 'ilT,, Pu1'll '
V11!"11 It.hM ""tr,
yet lailctl to jrlro Jioriect sat.si iction, nnd
jiaa justly iAH.-n styita tiio jun-fon fr,r all
external WouiiiLj,Cufc,Bu;-!ia, flwelliugH,
Epraias, Brulw, &o., Slc, for Man aud
IfoMt No family should bo a slnjlo day
UVLAND & SAUKU,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KVKItV liKSCItlWION.
Corner 10th street and Commercial avun tl
nxiuoor to tlio llyland saloon.
U-lOtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DF.M.Mt IN
Kioiitii Htkekt, Hetwekn Wahiiindto
Adjoining Hrtfintionan ami lliiuiiy'sj
Keep llio tist or Hel, I'orlf, Milttnn Veal.
Lamb. Sausaice, etc.. aul arn nriif-nrft.1 in i.r
eltitons In Ihtt moat accnptatila manner.
i."Uecesor to ,Iaini- K'v ii:i-tni,
IIUTUHXIl AMI DKAI.KIl IN A 1. 1, ICtNUH 1)1
Corner Ninf.tkntji and I'orr.Aii sih.,
Buys and slaughters only the best eaKlo.
hofis and sheep, and Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh moats Ironi on- pound to
leu thousand iiouiids.
DR. 11. 0. TADER,
Will resumo tbe practice ol his profession
with espoclal reference to tho electrics,
treatment ol diseases In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of femalo eompl.iInU a ady
will bo in attendance.
OfUeo, 128 Commercial aentie, up stairs.
II. WARDNER, M. D. "
Olllccand Hesldcuco 111 Conniicrel.il avi- '
nue, (next door to the Atlienetim),
WILLIAM R. SMITII.M. D.
:8IDENCI--Nn. Ill Thirleenlh street, he.
;w",0,0, K."l;"1,"1n.u,D,"' Walnut street.
U'IOomiiierchlaTenu, up stairs,
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SE8IDENCE-H;ornerNinth and Walnut eta
omce-corner hut, ,troo, 0W0 I,,.,
aehours-fromB a.m. to la m ami I i p,,n
UR.U. E. DOUGLAS,
nAc,!i!ls,t.!"lU,,ll,,l'lJ' ' Pro Nitrous Ovldo
(las, lor tl 0 painless extraction of icetli at
the- Ucutal Ilooms of Dr. I)ouKlns, sitcelir
to Dr. A. M. Austlu, Eighth iu, , U m"
74 OHIO LV1E
Itiiluil ami I'rcsunptio
Corner Vashlm;tiiu Ave
aud Klljhlh stleet.
I'll EST I'ROTKCTOKS.
ebuliinls and lablilt
for Weak hull's.
Ar IIAItlJI.AY II Ui IS
I'Olt .(ll!i: illltOAT,
l'reinred ami ,,
llv IIAlttH.AV UlUfo
At KAIK'I.AY HIIOM.
And "I'nlversal Stnitilnnl.
At I1AHUI.AV HKOS.
7"?' th,!9 Wn!mnt. Tko money
funded unlesa thu Liniment is a renro-
jentea. Ho uriro nnd uct tho ccnulro
MEXICAN MTSTANO LrXTMEW
.Sold bjr all Drum-Isti and Countrrr3toTY,a I
In! ni: " RfL. i-.i iv t. ...
at 25c, 50o. and $1.00 icr Bottle, Notiti
style, (U of buttle. iis.r ' s
Will be received at 77 Ohio levee, until 12
in., May 12th. ls7a, lor the city prlnlliur for
the ) ear endliur .May 1, 1B71. Said bids to
state prices lor publishing the proceedings
ol the council, and all notices relatlUK to
same; how much per square lor all other
notices and advertisements. Also, rates lor
Job work required. The council resenes
the rUht to r-jeet any, and all bids, should
they deem It to the best Intere-t, of the ilty
to do so. K. II. 1'aLMSi, t;lty Comptroller.
Cairo, Mavtl, Ib7-'l. b", M.
OnF.lKhthHirfft, 11 ween Commercial an-l W.ali
nxton Arenues, la ,llly rclint
I NEW MILLINERY GOODS
I LATEST eVHISrt AND UMHKR HTTLE
MeaiMn 1 lull m,. of
B3iq-jNTHT8 & HATS
ITrnnme-l an-l iintrumnrt,
FIlENOII KLOWEIIP, UIHIIONrt, TIMMIMiH
of all kin. I., .-, pte., lo,
Mrs. Mc(j haa ao H ar- aa-orlinent
Kaney Articles, aunt, M
SF.r.K TI.JH, 0 LLAIli. IINIlEhHLKKVEiS,
KI'KI-V.BAMIIIM, FANS, j
And all oilier art idea usually fouml in a
KIKST.CLAS.S MILLINRKY STORK
Mrs. Medec. In .-iiilltl.iii to her stock of
1- aiiey ami .Mllm-ry Onoda, has 11 lino and
t.ompletii assortment of Cincinnati Custom
lirido Liidles' nml Mines' ."hoes und Chll-
uieiia noot, itiick and in Colors. These
ureaekiiovvicdtfud to bo tho llncst and best
! 'f, ' ' 'c 7 " ' , ' ' ,
hmi ii ."lti . .',. ,1
1 " 0 "lc llM ,ll"t ",!,Kl,
this Is thn only
r them a sjicclalty
HOME TiBADB !
(.omer Twelfth street and Comint-relal Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of Ht. l.ouls,)
ROOK HINDER AND DUNK HOOK