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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER Ji, 1873.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Ombrvbu's Office. Cairo, Ills.)
Septembers, 1U:11 p.tu., 1Si3. )
liarometer, Wi.lH degrees.
Thermometer, 73 degrees.
Wind southeast. Velocity 1 mil per
Maximum temperature for last at bour,
Minimum temperature lor the lastSl hours,
Prevailing wind lor last IM hours, north.
Total number of miles traveled by wind
during bit 'it hours, W.
Observer Sl-n-.l SerWce, U.S. A.
Flo .l-adlJ aUuner
J-S. FISE, .
Dick Fowlb, Captain
Loaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
lp.ru Kr ItelrfUt or paa-atfe apply on hf al
or to .Iah. MaI.Mikv, Ait't.
ilYLAND k SAUER,
AND PBALBRS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVEKY DEICIUPTION,
Corner 10th lire it aud Commercial avnu
next door to the llyland saloon.
11.16 tf. OA1HO, ILIA
AMD DKAI.KK IN
ElOMTII HTBERT, BETWEEN WAIHINQTOfc
AND OotfMBBCIAL AvBNrjES,
AdJolnlM BU'toahoaa aail Haanjr '
knp the baai or BmI, Pork, llu-ioa Vaal.
I.mb, Sumii, t4., (lid ara prrrd to re
-lliana In tli noil aoeaptable maoaar.
(Succenor to James Kynaston,)
botciirb and dealer iv all k.inds 01
CORNBM NlNBTINTl! AMD l'OFLAR 8TB.,
Uuyi and slaughter only the et entile,
Uogi And abeep, and 1 prepared to fill an)
Jo in mid for fresh wonts from one pound tu
ten thousand pounds.
BUT OH 33 IR
and uiilik in
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MEATS.
Ttveullrlk "Ireet null Com.
lluy and slaughters only the best Utile.
Hues and Sheep, and U prepared to till or
Jers for Fresh Meats from ono to ten thou,
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dealers in Wwm Shade,
Wall Paper, Pure Whitb
Lead, Li.vBKBri Oil
Spirits Tobfentine, Glue
SnsLLAC, Alcohol, Ktc, Etc.
Washington avenue end Eleventh street,
l, D. afATHOSS.. 1.0 UHL
MATHUS8 k UHL
Commission Me it chants
JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NEW LIVERY STABLE
SBTWBBV WABU'K ATBRUB AWD WALKU1
Dr. H. r, rralda Info rial ta pnbllo that be ha
L I V E R r STABLE
on tbe north! aide of Tenth atraat as Baa
uiTHUbla will b fumlibad with nan but th
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
mi th nuhlln mar be accommodated at al-
hours of the day and night with aafe teaau
on tne loweat wnni. ....
Lr. Fields asks a share of public patronnre
and will endearor to merit it by fair dealiag
and atrict attention to lniali
Jorner Twelfth street antl Washington Ave
J. C. H.UELS.
(Late or St, Louts,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BLANK BOOltS or every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling none aitnorxnouce, BiuiuB,,inuoiu
Masazinei and l'crlodloali bound neatanr
.Tialnwaat nouibla ratea.
Tounty work, such as Hecordi, Dockets
'AS 0Ouaa. iauaay vw. who iiw.;
Boxes, Pocket Boolu, JBave lopes, etc
ta te vo oravr
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Tub Great Humorlit
will appear at tbe
Thursday, Septenibor II.
Look out for programmes.
No ottra charge for resorved seals.
To te tinil at lUrtimvn'j.
lluiiuil Hi llm Allimieuin to-nigLl.
Who will ioon bo rich''
uie tliu Walili burner.
Thk Knyptiniif ami Ktvoraldet Jly a
irintub caniH ol bfelo ball ut Mourid City
Dkv.vim MiiUNKr, a intiiubcr of the
illb'jrnlKii Kir cotiipnny dloil yoatarday
VoH uxn and atunm (Ittiin; i;o to ltori.
nio'B Vulcan iron wo'ki, Cotmiiurilnl
kvoniio, foot of Ninth street. !'.10-tf
ila. V. A. lSiiTioy, formerly of thii
oily, but of latB yi:nri a reildwit of bl
louii, wul a filoU at tlyi til. Chtrlei hotel
Mr Geo nut Htkvkm.i and Mr. Suiin
Tuckur, both of thii city, wero married
on Wwlnoiday mornlni; by 'tiquiro liuuli
Tm Djlla Fire company "hung" tlinir
new bell yeitcrday afurnoon. It it an
ncellont bill and will brinj; tbo boyi to
time Mrbenever ftai after tbe in.
It rbould not bu forgolton that Mr. I).
Ij. Morrii, the greht liumoriit, will hold
forth al tbe Atheneum UMiiht in hit cut
sbraled locluro " Muddlo of Tongue."
TnE dullml day of thn reaion in pollen
court wm ytiiurday. Not eTtn a "plain
drunk" could be found. Tbo court room
bad tbe apparancool a "banquet ball de
itrtod." I will fell ray entire ituck of wail pi
par at cost after to-day. Two of the
but paper hangnra In the city at the itor.
Try me. No. 1 Seventh itreet.
Catt. Joli.i WilKRKT of tbo inaf-boat
II. S. Long, ii here with hit it tain yacht
Tbe llttlo imp beat all tbs tugi in port,
and gave th Jim Fiik, Jr., a bard run
batwuon Cairo und Mound City.
Tnr mombuN of the Cairo Silver Cor
net band are rcqutitod to meit at Judge
I!ro' il!icu at I o'clock, sharp, to day, to
attend Dm funeral of Dcnnii Mabanfy, a
member of the Hibernian Tire company
The alarm of tlru wai given yraterday
afternoon by tBo Ilalta Tire company and
grat excitement emued until it was dii
covercyl that Kyle and "Winter were put.
tin:; up their culebratod "Walih Humeri
where the fire was ruppoiad to be. It
Mk. Wm. Kiilkiis ii anziout to inform
bit friundi and acquaintance!, and cu'toin
en generally, that Acof his ou-n tilting
in gaiters, line booti and ihoct. In fact
all bit work Ij dono in bii own thop.
Djcnkis ilAiiANiv, whoio dcjth is an
nounced thii morning, vrai an activo
member of tbo "Independent Grays" of
Cairo, Tbo company very much rcgrot
that thoy art not fully uniformed and
equipped as it provents them burying their
lato comrada with tho military bonon to
which be ii entitled.
I'eteu IiROWM, ,a .brakeman on tho
Ciro and Vincennci railroad, was run
over by a train at Winslow station wbilo
twitching on Tuesday and sustain.
og fatal injuries. lie died about run
down and his remains wero sent to bis pa
rents at OJin, via Illinois Juntral rail
Rkmoveu Miss A. and M. Colby
bare romored their drest-making estab
lishment from Iludors block to Soventh
flroet noar Commercial avonuc, where
tbey will continue lb business, and res
pectfully ask of the ladies of Cairo a con
tinuance of tboir hitherto liberal patron
Gr.OROE Lattner's Lu.sum. At Geo.
Lattner's Excelsior saloon, corner
of Washington arenuo and Four-
eonth street, is tbe place to ret
fine lunch. Everything is sirred
up in good style, and George himself pre
sides to see that all are waited upon.
Our local accidentaly being out about
twelve o'clock last night (romothing un
til ual for him) saw a brilliant light in the
dark clouds abovo and at lint was badly
frightened, but upon examination with a
gH microscope furnished by Kyje & Win
ter he discovered it to be the Grapio IU1
loon illtiminatod by one of AV tilth's Gas
OuAtiLtE Mason, late tickot agent at
Greenfield's landing for the Cairo, Ark
ansas and Texas railroad, has been trans
ferred to Soxti n, on the same road.
Charlio has proven himsolf a first-clats
agent, and by his prompt attention to
business and courtesy toward thoso with
whom ho has bean thrown In contact has
won for himsolf an enviable reputation.
A Mbktiro of tbo diroctors
of o Cairo and St. Louli
railroad will be hold on Tuesday, lClh
inil. at tho station house on tbo grounds
of the company in tho city of East St.
Louis. It is confidentially expected that
arrangements will be completed at this
meeting for tbo resumption of work on tbo
road and its completion within tho next
thirty or forty days,
Guests at tho St, Charles yesterday
wore! C. 0. F-d wards and daughter,
Normal, Illinois; Paul Dunley, Pitts
burg; P.tt. McCoy, Kontuoky; U. Mc
Guio, J. A, MoOuin, Jackson, Tonnctsee;
M. A. Dryson, St. Louis ; John P. Gov.
ert, Chicago ; M. F. Kaun, Decatur ; J.
W. Weicott, Memphis! W. L. MoOutchon
and daughter, Hcckman, Kentucky; N.
L. Wblttiiore, Cbicaco ; Jaa. Morris, Jr ,
Capo Girardeau, Missouri; T. K. Up
sbaw, Ilollver, Tonnoficn.
Wb rogrot to stato that Mr. Joicph
Lulkln, of Villa Hidgo,met with an ac
cident on Sunday last by which his loft
lug was broken and frightfully shattered.
He wai driving along the road, when ono
of llin wheels of tbe wagon becoming
rationed under tbo bed of tho wagon, Mr,
Lufkln rtruck tho horfo several times
with thR limn In order to make him pull it
straight. Tho hone instead of pulling
began to kick, and broke through thii
dmli board, striking Mr. L. on tbelefl leg
with tbe sharp toe ol his shoe, breaking
the leg and shattering the bone into many
pieces. At last accounts be wai doing as
well as pnstible under tho circumstances.
His family was in the carriage with lilrn
at tho lime.
Wbat makes Dennett so happy 7 He
uses the Walsh burner. It
CoNhiukkaule excitement was creatod
in this city last night by tho report (bat a
general change had takvn place in the
management of tbo Cairo and Vincennus
railroad. According to report MaJ, Leo
has been relieved ns superintendent; Cot.
Wood, as general froight and passenger
agent ; J. Koblnion, as auditor, and II. C.
Kckenberger as train master and super
Intendent of tele;raph. Mr. Hoscwull
Miller, of Now York, assumes control of
tbe road as superintendent, nnd Mr, J. II.
I'attrsor. returns to bis old position as
train dispatcher and superintendent ot tol
graph. Mr.lt. Oliver assumes tbo'du
ties of auditor. Who is to occupy Col.
Wood's shoes has not yet transpired. Maj.
Iturnside continues in his old position.
This change, If we understand it correctly,
is the rusult of the Gnlro and Vincuunes
railroad company having assumed control
of the road, Gen. Winslow having turned
it over to tbem. Furthor particulars
nereailur. later. At a lalo Hour in
tho night a report was circulated to the
etTect that on application of Mr. Miller,
the now superintendent, Judge linker
liaker had granted an injunction restrict'
ing Maj. Leo from performing the duties
of superintendent or in any way inter
fering with tbe now appointees.
A good solicitor for an entiroly new
business, with a small capital. Apply to
G. W. Stellinius, office daily Uullktin
Tbe members of the Hough and l'oady
Fire company aro hereby notified to as
semble at tbo engine house to-day upon
tbo ringing of tbs boll, in full uniform,
fly order of the company.
J. Gash, Secretary.
A or'.. OrricE, I. C. It. K. Co.,
Cairo, Sopt. 9, 1673. j
Tbo sale of oxcur.lon tickets to Denver,
Colorado, will be continued until Septem
ber .10. Jamk Jon.Hao.v, Agent.
(Sun copy.) -.10.31
In bohalf of tbo members of the Nemo
base ball club, I beg leave to tender tbe
tbankri of the club to Mr. H.C. Eckonber
ger, train dtputchor, and to tbe mnnngors
of tho Cairo nnd Vincennes railroad for
their kind nttuntion and promptness, on
tho occAtion of our rocent trip to Mound
City. 1'iiil. Howaki)
Troasuror Nemo B. IJ. 0
HIBERNIANS, ATTENTION I
All members of tbe company uro hereby
notified to appoar at the engino house a
1: j o'clock,p,m.,sharp,in uniform to attond
tbe funeral of our lati. brother Donnis Ma
nancy. The funoral will loavo tbo resi
dence of tbo deceased, corner of Twenty
eighth street and Elm at 1 o'clock sharp.
By order of tho company.
M.J. Howlky. Secretary.
CARD OF THANKS.
Editor Dulletik I'ormit us, through
tho columns of your paper, to return our
sincoro thanks to Col, Delhi, Messrs. M.
Elor, Henry James, L. Danferth, George
Bridges, Jn. Courtway and Capt. San
dusky, committees at the late Charleston,
Missouri, fair, and generally to tho peoplo
of Charleston, for their kind courtesy to
us while in attendance on the fair. Our
especial thanks are duo Messrs. Honry
James anu ueorgo iiriugos lor inoir un
tiring efforts in making tho timo to us
comfortable and onjnyable ; also to Capt.
Sandusky for his eiforls in supplying us
with tbo necessaries ror me "inner man."
Delta Citt Cornet Band,
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT,
The following resolutions of rospect
were adopted at a late mcoting of tbo
Hibernian Firo company.
Whereas, It hath ploasod Almighty
God in his infinite wisdom to call Irom
our midst, in tho bloom of his youth, our
beloved brother Francis M.Hundley,tbcre
lore ue It
Resolved. That in his death the Hibor-
nlnn Fire company ba lost a zealous and
ontorprising member and the comtnun
tyatlara a popular and upright citi
Resolved, That wo tender to tho family
of tho docoased and to his numerous
friends, our doopest sympathy and condo
Kesolvod, That a copy of theso resolu
tions bo furnished to tho boroavod family
and that thoy also be publlshod in tbo city
Tbe Christian Union Sunday school of
Cairo will have a picnic at Now Grand
Chain station, Saturday tho 13th Inst. A
special invitation is given to all tbo Sun
day sobools of the city, also Mound City,
Calodonla and Grand Chain, and all
friends of the Sunday school cause. A
special train will loave corner of Seventh
street and Commercial avenue at 8 o'clock
a.m., and stop at Fourtoentb, Twentieth
and Twenty-eighth stroets. Let everyone
bring their baskets full enough of good
things to dlvldo with hisneighbor. Come
all and let us have a good time. Fare for
the round trip, gents $1, ladles 'and chil
dren over 10 years old 50 cents, children
undor 10 years 25 conts.
O. M. Aldon,
, E. Offill,
. Committee of arrangements.
Sun copy. 9-6-td.
111. Cent. R. K. Co., Ao'ts Orncs,
Cairo, 'Ills., September 9, 1873.
To persons wishing to attend tbe Union
county fair, to bo hold at Jonesboro from
Sopteinbor 10 to Heptombet 13, we will
sell oxcursion tickets to Anna and return
at f 1 7G. Salo of tickets will ronimonce
September 10 and bo discontinued on tho
l.'lth. Tickets good to return until Sop
tembor t, inolusive.
l(MMt. James Joiiniox, Agent.
The most snnslblo men of tho bri
those who uso tliu Walsh burner. It
OrriCE or the Cairo & St, Louis
Cairo, III. September Vib, 18
A moelint; of tbo directors of this corn-
will bo hold on Tuesday, tbo Ktb hut., at
11 o'clock a.m., at tho station houio on
tho depot grounds of (aid company in the
city of East St. I-ouls, Ills.
S. Staats Taylor,
Foil 'us fillings, pipo, etc., go to Hei
nle's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, toA of Ninth stroot. lr-10-tf
Cairo, Ills., Scptombor 0, 1S73.
Present His honor, Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen Korsrnoycr, Meyers, Nollis,
Phillips, Rittenbouso nnd Robinson 6.
On motion of Alderman Korsomeyor
tho reading of tho rnlnutes.was disponscd
Thocommilteo on claims reported back
tho following bills recommending pay
ment ot tho samo, viz :
Daniel McCarthy, city jailor, diot
ing prisoners in city jail previ
ous to trial $ 9 If,
J. O. Lynch, county clerk, amount
of coils (as pur foe bills) in cases
in county court February term
1873, in tho matter of the city
vs. certain lots for assessment
for sidewalk purposes 34 10
J. G. Lynch, county clork, for
reos in case of tho city vs. cor
tain lots for assomnent for
'sidewalk purposes at July,1873,
term of county court 3 90
J. O. Lynch, County Clork, certi
fied copies of petitions for i Mo
wn k commissioners under
ordinances 45 and ul
J. II. K'jwI, 7 kegs nail at 0 'JO
and drayngo 43 90
John Glndney, hauling garbage
in Aueust 110 00
R. A. Cunningham, for collecting
$150 18 sidewalk tHxes at 2
per cent 8 76
William Mcilalo, for killing and
removing lfcG dogs outside tho
city limits 93 00
R. Hi Cunningham, for rent of
council building in July and
August 100 00
A, McTigur, linulinit 2 dead hogs
outsido tbe city limits 1 00
Thomns McCabe, hauling a
drunken man to jail 10
Henry Wisdom, i!5 day's work
on street tl 25
Thomas Fitzgerald, 'ib day's work
on strcotp CC 'it
Peter Conlan, i!lj any'i worR on
xrceir ". ti u
Denis Iloaly, hauling on stroota
In July, 3 days 13 60
D. McCarthy, autierictendinc iall
tunc 71 days 15 00
M. E. Powers, hauling 2d loads
sidewalk lumber 14 00
R. A. Cunningham, for collecting
$533 70 sidewalks tiios at 24
per cent 13 34
David McCarthy jailor, dlotlng prison
ers In Aucust. 141 days 72 00
On motion of Aldorman Moyers said
bills wero allowod by tbo following vote
Ayos Rorsmeyor, Moyors, Nollis, Phil
lips, Rittenhouse and Robinson C. Nay
Tho following bills wore roportod back
by tho claims commilteo roccomrhendlng
that they bo roforrod back for tho indorse
montof tho proper officials, viz :
Wall & Ent, lumber 9 88
J. B. Reed, 4 dirt shovels 6 00
J. B. Reed, chain pump and hard
waro for jail 27 34
F. Vincent, lime and drayago 3 75
Oa motion ot Alderman Robinson said
bills wore roforred to tbo comptroller,
Bill of J.J. Bird, police magistrate, for
$25 00 for August ealory was presented
and, on motion of Aldorman Nollis, al
owed as follows: Ayos Korsmoyor,
Meyers, Nollis, Phillips, Rittenbouso and
Robinson 0. Nay 0.
A bill for an ordlnanco entltlod " an
ordinance providing for tho construction
of a sldowalk on Thlrtcenh street and tho
reconstruction of other sidowalks thoroin
mentioned," was read a second timo and,
on motion of Aldorman Moyors, adoptod
by the following vote i Ayos Korsmoyor,
Meyers, iNeiiis, rnuiips, jiuieuoouso anu
Robinson 0. Nay 0.
A bill for an ordinance enllllod "An
ordlnanco to repeal all ordinances and
amendments thereto granting n right of
way to the Cairo and Vinconnos Railroad
company, etc," was road a second time
and, on motion of Alderman Phillips, laid
upon the table.
U 11. 1.,
Bill of F. Bross, police magistrate for
for August salary, was presonted, and
on motion of Alderman Nellls, allowed as
follows : Ayes Korsmeyer, Meyers,
Nollis, Phillips, Rittenhouse and 'Rubin
son 0. Nay 0.
The official reports of S. Bross, pollco
magistrate.for July and Dan'l McCarthy,
city Jailor, for August, wero presonted
and, on motion rocelvod and filed.
RKl'ORTS OF COMMISSIONERS ON LEVEE
John P. Holy, D. J, Galllgan and John
II. Gossman, the commissioners eppointod
by tho council to eslimato nnd report to
tbo council tbe cost of improving lovoo
stroot as contemplated by Ordinance No.
04, approved August 20, 1870, reported
the estimated cost ai follows : For grav
eling and Improving levee stroot from the
southerly side of Fourth street to tbe
northerly side of Fourteenth street,
17,812; cost of making and lovylng as
sessment or special tax $75 ; total estima
ted cost $7,837.
Alderman Rittenbouso moved to refer
the mattor back to tbe commissioners for
corrected report. Carried.
(Alderman Morris appeared and took
State and city bonds of Ibe followUg
named persons were presented, and, on
motion, approved, viz ; Of Turner and
Trlco, George Lattner and Hannah F.
A petition of C. Pink and others was
prosented and read, asking that tbe coun
cil so repair the east side of Washington
avenue between Ninth and Tenth itreets,
as to prevent damage to tbeir property
by reason of rain water washing into it.
On motion of Alderman Meyers said
petition wi referred to the street com
Alderman Robinson ofTerod the follow
Ing resolution which was adopted on mo
tion of Alderman Nellls, viz:
Resolved. That thecommittee on streets
be instructed to examine and report to
this board at an early day the probable
rost'of draining the slough between Tirty
sixth and Forty-second stroets, and that
they bo and horoby aro authorized to cm-
ploy a competent engineer to assist tbem
n maklne tho eslimutos or tl.e cost of tbe
tamo Including tbo putting a drainage
pipo through the Ohio levee at 3Slh
Tho ordlnanco comralttco reported tho
following bill for an ordinance which was
read and laid over for a socond roadine,
viz: An ordinance to amond soction 20
of ordinance No. 7 rotating to licenses.
Bo It ordained by Jbo city council of tbe
city of Cairo :
Section 1. That section 20 of ordi
nanco No. 7 be amended by tbe addition
thoroto of the following words, "or in lieu
thereof thoy shall pay tbo sum of ten dol
tars and ono por contum on tho valuation
of tboir stock on hand if their appli
cants shall bo previous to July 1st and If
subcequont to that date, they shall pay tbo
sum oi ten dollars and j of one per
cemum on mo valuation ol tneir slock
Said vauation to be mado by tho annllca
tions under oath, and If tho application!
snail do maao previous to tneir establish
mont in business, then they shall state un
dor oath tho amount of stock they Intend
On motion, tbo council then adjourned
M. J. Howlky, City Clork.
VULCAN IttUN WORKS
M A CHINE SHOP
FOICOES AND PirE FlTTlNO,
STEAM EXainiX, BILL, NTCAMBOAT
Manufactured and repaired.
.peciai auvmion gicn 10 iignt .11111 Heavy
forging, house, bridge, railroad and Jail work
and nil work of a slmihr character.
steam and cm limny In all Its branches.
A full as-ort merit ot Morris, Tanker Si (Jo'n
l'nuatieipnia pipeanu lutings, lirans goous,
etc., nnd gas fixtures alwajN on band.
I'iping oi notixe lor gas maao a specially.
Airent for Cameron's special stcoui pump
nnd boiler feeder. The bent manufactured.
patent governor nnd tiovernor valve.
inc louowinir cn!inca.i:ic.. lor aaie .
Two steamboat engines, 19 Inch bore of
cynnuer: live reet stroke, nnu in cood order.
One steamboat eliatt and crank; most Iron.
uno cnsine lor noiium; irelcet: 74A16.
Ono IO.V'10 saw mill engine, with shaft nnd
crank lor muly or gang saw, aocond hand.
One new 7X12 engine; my own manufac
Also, a peond-hand stave cutting ma
chtno and Jointer, nnd warchouac bolster.
Machines in good order.
Kngiucs nnd machinery of all kludshotight
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'llKNlI FALL NTTI.KN.
31 It S . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swanders,)
announces that she has Just opened a large
assortment ot the
Millinery Goods to bo found In the market.
She will keep on hand
Hats, Bonnets, Flowers, Ribbons,
Ukess Trimmings op All Kinds,
Ladies Fciinisuino Goods, Notions,
Collakb, Undebslkevks, Ruffb,
Anil nil goods found in millinery utoros, nil
of which will.be dlsposod ol at the lowest
cash pricos, Mrs. Jackson respectfully
nsks n continuation or tho pataonago which
hat been so liberally bostaowed upon her by
tho ladies or Cairo and tho vicinity.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Leveo, bet, 4th and 6th streets,
MEALS AT ALL 110UI13.
A fine now Dining Hall wlth'every con
cnlonce has boon added to this popular
Iteataurarit, und tho gucets will dnu every
e()Uislto lor thoir accomodation.
THE BILL OF F All 13
jonslsU ot every substantial and delicacy ol
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORSiWlNES & CIGARS
jaTMIxed drinks prepared with care.
JOHN B. PilLLIS & SON,
(Buoemori to John H. Pbtllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o,,
AGENTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
Cob. Tenth Strew avp Ohio Levee
HAS REOPENED HIS
A i - .h i
Will keep open day and night, ready to serve meals
at all hours, and has a privato entrance for
ladies and gentlemen, without be
ing disturbed by anybody,
and is prepared to accommodate the
travelling public. He has fitted up 8 new
rooms over the book store, and is ready to keep
Twenty-Five or Thirty Families.
TJtSGivohim a call at any hour, day or night.H
W. H. hems,
H. H. Candtt
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
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CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE.
Assail 130,000,000 C
T1UVELER8", HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets. 11,600,000 0
RAILWAY PAB8ENOERS ASSURANCE
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HAFFORD, MORRIS A (J ANDES,
71 Ohio Levea.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF OHIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent'l.Officb, 172 WAsmxoToST.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
Also a value tn Cash on tn- Hon-lortUur
JOHN A. HUOK. . . . President
U. HXHUUULUUOHF, ... Becretary
JOHN W. PltUESS,
Agent ror Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 7.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
ana hick ueuer py weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in objects of public benefit.
The Life Insurance Policies will be issued
by tbo Teutonla Lire Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President
JOHN W. PRUES8, Ao't.
for Cairo TleJaKr
FIRE AND MARINE
OnifAXIA, V. T.,
,rie see oi
BBPUDLIC, . T.
Aneu ni.m on
Comprising the Uadirwrltara' Aaanej,
AillU - 87S tet
fibbmbm'b fustd, e. f.
0BOURITT, M. T.'
Btorai, DwalllnKi. Furnltnra, Hulli and Oar
goM, iniurea ai rawa ai raToraoie aa isooa, yar
maoeDt aeonrltr will warraot.
I reipaotruuy aaa or snt omaansoi ua-
CI. H. HrSHKSI.
E. 0. PACE k CO.,
D BALERS IK
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CITT NATIONAL BANK DUIBDIstd.
BTJTSpe clalattentlon paid to order torn
steamboats, Bltiht or day,
e n.A i
BEMI3, BROWN k CO.,
Agent- IIomi Cotton Mill
NO. 80 Oklo Levee, Cairo, His.
f UUWARDINQ MIROHANTB,
DEALER8 IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS BOA LIB
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
U. A. Thorns L. D. Thome
THOM8 & BROTHER,
Succcaosrt to H. M.Hulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
tapl a mat Fsumjt Ore srl ,
Forelcn and Domes tie
FBTJITS JLNX3 aSTTJTS
184 Commerelal Avenae,
WM. H. WALKER 4 CO.,
(Late Walker a Barry,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FOR BALK Ot
Country, Western ahj Nosithib
Not. 45 and 47 North Water Street,
attention given to ronslra-
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer la
LiueCbubxt, Plaster, Hair, Xtc.
tt-l will sell in ear load loU at
turers' price, adding- freight.
F. M. STOCKFLETII,
itectlfler and Wholesale Dealer In
VOBKISM AND B0MKNTIO
LIQUORS AND WINES
MO. 62 OHIO LEVEE,
9 5 tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN HOUR k BRO
General Commiwioa Maroatati
ui ohio lsv
R. SMTTH A CO.,
WH0LE8AL1 GROO1K0, J
Cor. Commercial Av. and 18th St.
Also, keep oeaiaaatlv oa baast a meal eaai
' r plate atook ef
BOOTOH AXD imiBB WBHEIal
Port, Maderla, Sherry aad ObUwBb'WIbmi
U. Smith A Co. are also sjrenta lor Boca.
oer, McKay ACo.'i PltUburg ale, or which
ante iioca is aepa ci
R. J. OUNDIFF,
Mo. IT KiuBTH St,