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'I CAIRO BULLETIN. ncs, nnuetlB alldls.s; LOCAL WK1TBER REPORT. u. MIO. UnSKRVKll'fl OPPICK.

Cairo, March 14, 1873, 10:11 p.m. uejrecs, railing. Thermometer 04 decrees. "Wind southwest velocity 20 miles lionr. Weather, clew.

minimum temperature last 21 hour, at if. argrecs. per NOTICE OP DlSSOLllTiov The co-partnership heretofore esitini- he. ttvocn the undersigned, is this day dissolved vy recmcm WM. J.

Allkn. JOIIN A. MUtKEY, HAML'EL P. WltEKLEn. Cairo, March 1878.

3-1B dlv. A FORTUNE FOll HOMEUODY. oome wty years ago, a man named Hud eon E. Burr lelt the stato of Illinois ntid set. uca in or near Greenville.

Mlsslstlnnt Whether Burr had gone to Mississippi to cek hli iortuno or not, wo do not know, hut wo do know that he found It, as many other men una theirs, by Industry, perseverance and energy. Thlrty.three 'years oftor his departure from this stato. In the Minimum temperature, last 24 hours, at year 1830, Burr died, leaving behind him Umldcsrccs. largo cstalo. He had no family, he lelt no i- our, somite.ut.

will, and as shrouds have no hn loiai number of miles wind travelled, last could not carry with htm much or little ol 24 hour, SJ. David 'Vr. llAnyi.Tr. Observer. envelopes Just received ot iuw jui.i.kti.

romce. tl oysters received dally by express and for sale by Louis Herbert. 3-14-lv Bromen beer Imported from Germany, Eoou arucio ami siiouid Ito ued by every one, can no lounu at Fitzgerald's sample- JUUH15. Foraccnulnc nrtlclo of Scotch nle. T.nn dim porter, Bremen beer, -air and alf, on draught, goto V.

Fitzjrcrrald's samnlo rooms. Coyne at the old poM-otllco stand also keeps uuunutry nisnii liurg ale. 3-13-tf FOB ItKNT" Tho brick store, (25x100) 111 Commercial avenue. Apply to Dr. Wardnor.

fok hen r. Four light, airy and commodious business oiuees. at P. Cubl's new building, u. cu uuio uvea.

2-2Stf PUBLIC SALE. Will be sold to the highest bidder, on the urn a ui April next, tho house and lotou uie corner ol Tenth and Walnut streets. ANNOUNCEMENT. Wo are authorized to announce that Bob't A. Cunningham will bo a candidate for re.

election to the offlco of city treasurer, at the ensuing municipal election. FOR SALE. I offer for salo my entlro livery stable uorses, miggica and harness cheap lor cash. saie win bo closed by tho 20th Inst. W.tf.

Miles W. I'akkek. FOB SALE. ai uio Acw ork storo, Early Hose, York and. Peerless seed potatoes.

Also plows and iresn garden seed. Bottom figures alwary, 3-9-d3tir2t C. 0. Co. kotTce! All persons holding accounts against me.of any description, are requested to present their bills, itemized, without delay, car-talnly previous to the 15th Inst.

3-12-3t E. A. Bihsett. LAST CALL. Destralnt will positively be made upon personal property lor tho taxes duo upon both real and personal cstato after March 15.

This means business. dtd Alex. n. Irvin. Collector.

WANTED. Boarding bossos, men and teams wanted on tho Mississippi Central railroad. Apply on tho work, soven miles northeast of Co-umbus, Ketucky, and at Dresden, Tcnncs. sco. SnsilAX A Loler.

Contractors. 3-1 2v snCf. to Greeley is Patler, uilnerly ol New York store, willplcaso settle their accounts before April 15, 1870, as uuuia not men paiu wiu be placed for col iccuon anu cost made on tho sanio. This means business. G.

H. Greeley. 3-0d3tw2t ino wcaltli no had accumulated. Since Hint time, no heir has appeared to claim the property or tho deceased Burr, nmi it nuiioiu an owner, Is known that among jiurr a iriends or relatives wcro Em-mcllno and Lucy Encols. AVharton m.Ip,.

nh.l .1. 1.11.. I mm iuu cinmrcuoi uannaii undlcy. Any person desirous of helnlnir the bitr or of Hudson Burr to possession of their rijsms, can unu out all about tho death of uurr, ms cstato and other nortlnent mat. tors by addressing 1).

K. Outlaw, vllle, Mississippi. TOO MUCH MABHIED. one year aco a Mr. .1.

11. Ne nnd lady came to thU city with the Intention of making It their home. Mr. Newman "followed tho river'' in the capacity or a steamboat pilot, whllo his wife opened tlrcss-maklng establishment on Seventh street, between Washington avenue and Walnut street. Thev nassed na innti ami! wife, and to all anncaranees tliiv llm.i i.n...

plly, and no ouo mlstniitcdtb.it thev warn uot what they seemed. But. as Shakesnnnre says, "tho course of tnie love never did run mooiu ana so it has come to pass with mis coupie. Arcw daysairo Sherlfl lrvin r. ceivcu a capias irom tho clerk or tho circuit court of Gallatin county, or which Shawncctown Is tho coun ty seat, for tho arrest of Mr.

J. H. Newman on the charge ot bigamy. Mr. Irvin went auoui ms worK quietly, and succeeded In capturing Mr.

Newman, and has him now In custody. A preliminary hearing was had, nnd the ball ol the accusod llxed ot $1,000, mcu up io lasi evening uc naa been unablo to procure. Mr. Newman refuses to irlvo uuv exnlana. lion or niako any statements concerning tho matter; but It Is reasonablo to Infer trom all the circumstances of tho case, that ho is me possessor or just one more wifo than the law of tho land allows him.

CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1873 MOUND CITY ITEMS. James Browner is about to a new two-itory frame building on Main streot. Hev, Dr. Norton of Alton, lectured on Monday evening. Tho 'Patriot' ays that it "seems strnngo that so distinguished man did not draw betlcr house." Tho Pulaski 'Patriot' of tho 13th, con-tains tho following: aml V.

railroad, 1 tho othernlght, nnd poitct 2i? US- thB company did not pay him off ho wouw wore. 1 "Just as wo said last week, that one ol our business men had gono off to get married. Itrrovcstobe A.J. Douirtinrtv. n.l ll.n accomplished Miss Mary F.

Check, who spent sorao llmo hero last sunnier with her sis or, Jirs. a I Trees, Is, tho happy brldo Friend Dougherty has Hcniv Wnr.t Itonrli. cr's rcqulslto for success plenty of check. ii is ueiicr man eJO.000 actual cash, ho says. A hnppy new year" says tho voaro sorry to learn that two of our honorable representatives.

Mpm. r. Wymore nnd F. M. McGeo iletnltioil nt.

homo ami irom public servlco by sickness. iinrn mat mo ncaitii ol 3lr. Wymoro is especially precarious, and that he is not likely to be able to do lurtherduty this ses sion, was to oe hoped that Mr. McGeo would bo able to bo present to engineer hi. amendment to the school law through, an It Is mi iiiiponant one Mound City Journal.

TOBACCO SALE YESTERDAY. Tho sale of tobacco at tho warehousoof Messrs. Straughn lllnhle. vestordav was tho largest amount over sold at one salo by this firm. Tblrty-four hhdi.

wero otTsred and sold at tho following prices: Trash lugs, $0 100 20; lugs, 26 8 medium shipper, 58 809 05; bright leaf, 0 2C10 75. Tho prices obtained gave perfect satisfaction to all concorned ELECTION NOTtflie. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, tho 15th day ol April, A. D. 1873, a general vv.w..

niii uv uuiu ill (lie Mtvy ui vniru, Alexander county. Stato ot Illinois, fot the ai-ieciiun or mo louowing liameu mumci otllccrs, to-witi A mayor, a city councl city clerk, a city nttorney, city treasurer aim ponco magistrate; cacn ortne live (5 Wards Into nlllr-h llm rllvn lng enUtlod to tho election of two (2) nldcr- U4C1I4 For tho nunioses of said nlnrtlnn. nnll will bo opened at the following named pla- uua, iu-niu in iuu rim wnru, luo commission house of E.F.Davis, on tho buuiii Biue oi oixiu (uj iircei, ueiwccn (Join merclal and Washington avenues; In the Sec ond ward, nt tho Itouirh nnd Iteadv cnirlnn. house on tho east sldo of Washington avenue between Seventh and Eighth streets; In the Third ward, at tho Hibernian cncliiohntun nn TlilMnnnlli tfn.f I.Mnn.n l.n........U VIIIU UV. WUI44II4VI till, avenuo and Poplar street; in the Fourth ward, at tho court-house, and In the Kifili ward, at Sirs.

Sullivan's bouso on the northwest corner of Commercial avenue and rwenty-uith street. By order of tho city council. M. .1. IIouley, City clerk.

John M. Mayor. Cairo, March 12, 1873-td BEAI. EMTATIS AGKNOl. HEAL ESTATE FOB SALE.

I will sell lot numbered 12 In block'49, llrst addition, fronting on Twentieth istrc'ct. My house now standlngon slid lot will bo moved, leaving ncood brick cellar, cistern and out-bouc. For particulars enquire nt my shop ou Twentieth street. WM. Ehlebs.

8-15dlm PERSONAL Col. U. J. Deal, of railroad iamc. is nt th ot.

Viiancs. W. P. Hanchett of tho Cairo and St, Louis railroad, is in town. Mr.

E. Max.woll of the West Virginia Oil and Oil Land company, was in town yesterday. A. Mitchell, superintendent, and C. A.

Bock of the Illinois Central, wero in the city yesterday. Attention is called to the card of S. P. Wheeler, publlshod under the head of new advertisements. J.

F.Walker, general irelght agent at St. Louis for tho Mobile and Ohio rallroadwas yesterday in the city nttonding to business for that road. By rcrcrenco to notice published in nnotner column or this paper, it i tiiac tuu urm oi Allen, Mulky Wheeler, attorneys, has beon disoh-nd. Hev. K.

Coau, lato rector ot the Church of motteueemerm this city, will leavo this morning lor St. Lonts, whero ho is to tako chargo or Trinity church, to which ho has been called. Tho best wishes of our mm. zens will go with him. BREVITIES.

KlVJilt NEWS. HOTEL FOR RENT. The underi-lgncd offers to rent tho Illsoy house. Mtuatcd near Greenfield landing, Missouri, ami at the terminus ol tho C. F.

railroad. Favorable terms will bu offered to a good tenant. For particulars apply to B. Field. Field's stable, Cairo, or on tho premises, to J.

B. Greenfield, 3-13 3 w. 1'ou iKNT. Tho Court-house hotel, couu.winW ulcii. teen rooms, good cellar, mid uu excellent cittern, will be rented on tho most liberal terms.

This b.ouo Is tsltuutcd on Twentieth ttrcet, between AVashlngton and Commercial avenues. For rurthcr information apply nt the brickyard of Jacod Klinb. S-13dlv MUllDElt AT GOOSE ISLAND. The tallowing which we llnd in tho local coluins ot the 'Sun' of last evening, contains I about all that we have been nblo to learn couccnilng tho Goose Island tragedy: We leurn that tho killing was done yesterday muridiig about 7 oTclock, and that tho man killed was named John Sheldon, aged ubo'H 65 yearn. The slayer was Hurry Green.

An old grudjfo oxlited between uiesu iwo rival uiucKi-mltns, but tUe Home- olate cause of the murder was tho owner- snip or nn as. vvo learn that Green wont mm aneiaon snop yesterday morning, "cn aneiuon ioiu mm mat tie wanted no i difficulty, Green seized a wagon spoke, and fcirucic Sheldon on the head, irom which be died. Green 1 under rrrcst. County At- Vi lis iV Tl Vul lu I'rosecuie, auu H. W.

Webb to defend. Green was tried yostcrday before Justices jacKson ana aiartain and held to ball In the sum or which, ntt'je time our Inlonn. ant lert, had not been procured. CHAMBEll OF COMMERCE. ELECTION OF OFFICERS.

lift mi mm i At a raoetlng or tho Cairo Chamber oi Commerce this Hth day of March, an elec tion was ucia to till vacancies made by tht VctlgnaUon of all lu officers, resulting In tho election or the tallowing named gentlemen (vi me uiuerent omces J'ruidtntV), Uurd. Vict rrttlitnlZ. D. Mathuss. Hoard of Dtmtori-E.

C. Pace, P. Cuhl, A. B. Thlstlewood, E.

W. Green, It. Phil, lis, Chas. M. Howe, J.

B. Hudson, J. ir. thllllps, W. H.

Thomas, II, L. Hulllday, R. fV. Miller. Lommuttt of Jrptalt-U.

W. Miller, S. D. yt-rt, D. Uurd, A.

B. SatTord, J. m. Phil- ps, W. P.

Halliday, G. Williamson. Z. Mathuss, J. B.

Phlllle. Cemmlttu on Uhl. vii, W. H. Thomas, C.

It, Hurd, t. ker, Wood ItlttenboUse, A. B. Thistle. oo4, C.

11. Howe, E. y. Wcathor pleasant. Material for local items scarce.

Numorous strangers in tho city yesterday. Only threo cases besoro the nollco court yesterday. Collector Irvin aud bis dcnutlcs arc k-pnt in me taxes. A new brick Is golug up ou tho corner'of Twelfth and Pophr strcots. Anna Black, who Is black in color as well as name, was yesterday lined "five and cos's" ir drunkenness.

Candidates tor tho various offices to be ailed at tho approaching elcctlou will soon bo ns numorous ns tiles In July. Louis Herbert Is building a now brick torc-bouMi on Eighth street, between Com-merclal and Washington avenues. Much or thu larger portion of tho travel from tho South to tho North now passes through this city. All outgoing trains aro lull. Michael Flood was yesterday cbnrgod flvo anu tne "tlxlns," for using language cnlcn iiucu to provoKO a breach of the peace Paid.

An Incipient flro occurred yestordayin tho upper story of tho house situated on the corner oi tightoentU aud Poplar streets, uaniago slight. i nomas Jrccman was before his honor yesieruay on a chargo or "keoplug and main mining perrormancc" without license. Charge dismissed. A lorgo quantity of good dry cordwooii i now comlngto this city over the Cairo and Tommies ruuroau, ana sells readily at 95 iw vuiu ueiircreu, Couuty Judgo Bross. 'Squlro McIIale, instituted suit against tho Cairo City Ferry company forSlOO damages, claimed for landing paupor In Aloxandcr vuuniy.

understand that on uud after Mom). next tho Cairo nnd Vinceunes railroad wlU iuu sleeping coach on ihelr road, and tako passcugcrs through without chango of cars, charges lllmolB Central ror nn against iiiiuuis central railroad, to compel the company to keep the tracks on the levee clear of car, will bo heard and argued this iiiiuguriorejuuge Baker nt the court house. The Jonesboro 'Gazette' says ciiii'u iiir nrctftn, aA.i..i .1 lnvino. i. iracic- uw on tue ualro ami St.

LouU ra load between Sparta. They are laying trick Tat the ra i phono 1 lo and a hair per day, and the iren ai obout ot nt month. Mr. Cxuda. one ot the cnniMMni1, and other gentlemen, wero on ih weok.andUio train made twcnty-clght mllos an hour ens v.

Wlmu ih -J Pleted to Sparta, wu learu that there will bo an excursion, and "skeptics" will then have an opportunity or testing tho merits of a "narrow-gaugo" railroad. PHIL. HOWABD, STEAMBOAT BUTCHER Cftjr PJ4 orders Iron turn boats allot or day AHR1VED, Steamer iCnuntz, St. Louis Grand Tower, St. Louis quickstep, Evansvlllo ldlewild, Evansville Alice Brown, New Orloans Andy Baum, Memphis Jim Fisk.Jr., Paducah Liberty, St.

Louis 11 Illinois, Columbus departed. Steamer 0 ifuuntz, Now Orloans J.I Knllncc. Now Orleans Grand Towur, Memphis John Lumsden, Nasbvillo Quickstep, Evansvlllo ldlewild Memphis Alice Brown, Louisville Andy Baum, Cincinnati Jim Paducah Llbnrty, Pittsburg Illinois, Columbus CONDITION or THE RIVERS. The fall iu tho Ohio at this nolnt has decreased considerable, which is caused by ino rocont riso in that rlvor. Cumberland river is falling with plenty of water ovor Harpeth aboals.

Thoro is a fair stacro in tho Mississippi to St. Louis and the pack ets are bringing out good trips. Plenty oi wator for boats below here. Special dlspatchos to The Bulletin report tho condition of the rivers at vari ous places. BU8IKESS AND WKAT11EK.

Tho scones about tho landings wero not very livoly yesterday and not much freight was shipped. iuiuruy WM invoijr any; tue sun suono brightly and tho air wns mild and pleasant. MISCELLANEOUS. ino ivoiiogg addod flftoon thousand ousnoisoi duik grain, and loft with four noavily loadod bargos. Sho did not tako tho hull of tho Alice Doan Tho Grand Towor had a cood trlD.

and roiusoairoignt bore. She had two hun drod tons to put out at Columbus Tho ldlewild added about fifty tons, and wm uoopiy loaaod when she loft Thoro is nearly five thousand poloos of balk meat on tho I. 0. K. B.

wharfboat tor shipment to points below. xua uarno v. Kountz had all the "eight she wanted, and only landod for coai. Tho John Lumsdon lea for Nashvlllo with a good trip, which sho got at Gooso island. Th.

1.1,11 nun vi mo jiuco uoan win iro 4outh in tbo tow of tho Mobawk to-duy or winorrow. ine spiondid stoamer Groat Republic win joavo port mts evening for New Or leans ana tothoso gilng south'wo com mend hor. Sho has on bourd quite a nuni oar ot oxcursljnlsu outh toon a Uw iinyfl rocreallon in tho southern clime. The Liberty No -1 bad two barges con- laming moo tons or iron ore for Ironton ana one bargo with 200 tons ore for Pitts ourg. John Nowman, a steamboat pilot, was "reiieu mis city on tho chargo of big The United States survey boat, Arknn a a uunu irom jiouna uity yestor- uy aim win no towoj to St.

Louis soon. 0. WINSTON REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUOTIONKKBB, 74 (nioond floor) onio lxvbk, cairo, Bdt and Sxll Kkal Eutatb, PAY TAXES, FUHNISu ABSTRACTS OF TITLE And pae-sre OODTSfaaost ofKloli! John Q. Ilarman. Chas.

Thmpii JOHN Q. HAKMAN REAL ESTATE COLLECTORS AGENTS and CONVEYANCERS. Xorlti Cor. offltlt HI. assd Ohio Irre.

Cairo, Illinois. Abstracts Of Title. (Mnt-pmnpfni. mo. In specialty.

Heal Estate bought nnd sold. UI iOAV'B 1 illU, t'lC, 1.1WYEHH, GREEN OILBEHT, ATTORNEYS AMD COUNSELORS AT LAW, WllllaVm IT. GrAAn. WillnmU Ollbert, sines I-. uiibert, 4 CAIItO, ILLINOIS.

Sr8peai. attsntion given te Admlraltf and OiTIIOK OHIO LKVEC. B00U8 7 AND 8 OVRB OITT NATIOKAL BAMS. David T. Llncg-ir.

John. M. Lansden. LINEGAIt LANSDEN, ATTORNEYS AT LAW CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Ofllrn on R-vintli itrnot old ofUce of Llnegar, Munn Pope, DDT HOODS, sunny '72.

FALL AND WINTER 73 0. HAN NY. LARGE STOCK. BROWN SHEETINGS. PRINTS, OHBOKS, 4tID STRIPES, XKNTUOXT JIANB, FJCTUA, OAS3IMERS, BLACK ALPACAS AID LUSTERS, GROS 1RAIN SILKS, POPLINH.

LARGE STOCK OP OAnpy.Trvn iL.oLoras, UATTINO, Wtadew Rhnttta, 01 LT LANDS, NOTTINGHAM LACE DAMASKS. UU Entire Ntotk AT VERY LOW FIGURES. Homo Advertisements. WMiMsiiBii anb ronwABDina. HALLIDAY BROTHERS GENERAL AGENTS tfOltWAKMNG anu COMMISSION ItKHUIIANrs.

DEALERS 11V FIOUR AbJ Aful lit UIU Hi VMa AMD KANAWHA saA.ij'X' 70 Ohio Lkvkk, Caikd. Illinois. COFl-'EY, J'ACE I' A 1 A Jf I) OMMISSION MERCHANTS- DEALEKS IN HAY, CORN, OAT.S', MEAL, FLOUR AND COUNTRY l'RODUCR CAIRO, ILLINOIS. wstr J. M.

PHILLIPS (Huccmori to E. H. llfudiiv. co. Forwarding and CJommisaion MERCHANTS, WHARP-BOAT PROPRIETORS.

Libsral Adrsncemeuls made cTti upon CooslfxnmeoU, tpfl At prepamd to reealT. stora and Innt.rH tttlghte to all points and bur and 11 on commission, S)BuilnMf attended to prompUr: D. AYKB8. K. J.

AYKRH AYERS OUR retail DRUGGISTS, 2STO. 74 OHIO L1liVJ Jlotail and Prescription Cornrr Washington and I.lghth street. CHEST I'JtOTECTOILS. HEMICALS, Of i-bamoli and rabbit for woak Inug. skin, tSji ssSj sPPHssHl At IIARULAY BROS.

CI1LORATK von soitu tiiiioat, l'rejiared aud sold Br BAROLAT BROS HOUSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES And Dllnrsctant tor Ax BARCLAY BROS. FINE CIGARS, J1UNKV "VOUNO AJiEitlCA, And "Unlverral Btandar.l." At BARCLAY BROS. n-2o-tr. aROCEBILW; CHEAP GROCERIES KKTAILKD AT WHOLMALI PRICES TOR CARII. AT H.

O. THIELEOKE'S STORE WAsniKoroN avknuk. nrrwKKtt tcmtii AMD XLKVBMTU BTR1XT8. 1 1 1 AND JJEWAWERTiSEMENTS. OOIUtBB 8TII BT.

AND oaUUMOIii.iv Cairo. IlltBoU. eplllf GENERAL gOMMISSION MEROHANTS No. 78 Ohio Lkvxe, Oaibo, Ills. l-7tr, II.

A. CUNNINGHAM, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT AMD DXALXB IS ELA.3T, OATS. OOHN AND MILL F.EED. CAIRO. IH.TNOIS dbt Cuba Sugar ror I lbs.

A coffoo N. Y. Std Prlmo Rio Coffeo for oj unoico 1 OC 3 Old Government i nr Teas and otbar itanln ml n.n. rios oqually iu cheap. uoous now ana rail weight glvon.

Call and try. JOHN SHEEnAN, RETAIL GROCER Ami DtST la Goods warranted ftcsh, and sold 8th st H-'omniorclalAv. tr DHCOIS. P. G.

Schuh. BCTCUEM. MILLER PARKER, GENERAL COMMISSION ABB FORWARDING MERCHANTS, AID DEALERS IN FLOTTB. r-OHN Oats, Hay, AGENTS roft FAIRBANKS SCALES HYLAND SAUER, BUTCHERS AND DEALERS lit Ohio Levee. CAUtO.

ILLINO 18. t. D. o.um MATHUSS UHL, SAMUEL P. WHEELER, ATORNEY COU.NSELLOllATXAW CAIRO, ILLINOIS.

Onico over First National bank. BOOK I1INDINO. PATRONIZE HOME TZRaAJDEI WM. OLENN UEAD QUARTERS FOR GROCERIES IMMENSE STOCK, GREAT VARrETYj LOW PBICES, COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha, Hard Soft Refined.

SYRUPS. Now Orloans and Eastern. WIS MAKE BPXCIALITIBS 01' TEAQi TOBACCOS. s-jn JU UIGAES TO 7S Vint SI. CINCINNATI J.

C. HUELS, Late of St. LouU. WAQLN manufactory BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER, BULLETIN BINDERY, Comer Twelfth street and Commercial Ave BLANK ROOKS or overy description done with neatness and dispatch. Al kinds of ruling dono at short notice.

Bibles, Musi? Magazines and Periodical bound neat iul atthelowcst posstblo rates. County work, such as Records, Dockets. Fee Hooks, Wanks, mado a ipcclaUty IJoxcs, Pocket Books, ICavclopes, etc. made to order a-or balo at Wholcsalo or Retail. OOBNKU 32D.8TBKT AND OHIO LVK nOTlltl Cairo, Illiaobi AMD OICJIBBAI.

CoMMISBIONMeRC HANTS DEALERS iN 1AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE MHO l.V.VKK, JOHN U. PIILLia SON, (Succsssors to John 11. Phlllis,) GENERAL COMMISSION 1IU FORWARDING MEROHANTS AND DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT Flour, Meal, Bran. Cob. TENTH-ST.

and OHIO LKVE CHOICE FRESH MEATS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Commercial avenuj -v- i me uyianu saloon. 11-10 tf. CAIRO. ILLS. JAKE WALTER, BTJTOHBB ABU BSA1IB FRESH MEAT, Eionm Strrkt, Bktwkm Wabuinotor ajuvumussciai, AVXMUU, Adjolsilsiit Itl teabonaeoBd n.nnya eltiisui io (be roost Mceotable in.uner.

JAMES KYNA8TON, IlUTCHKH AND DKALKB IK ALL KlKDB 01 nuu JUKAT0. COICfEIt NlXETENTH AND rOPLAU ST8 CAIRO, ILLINOIS. "laughters only tho best eattlo tVn one pound to I'VMnEII. S. WALTERS, WOOD RITTENHOUSE DRO.

I FLOUR ABU enoral Commission crchantu 183 OHIO LEVEE, REMIS, JUtOWN BAG MANUFACTURERS Agents Home Coiton Mills NO. 80 Ohio Levee. Cairo. Ills. l-S-Sm.

BBALiam HARD and SOFT LUMBER every deserlptlen, LATH, SHLNGLEa, OEDAR POSTS D00R8, SASH, BLINDS orders solicited. Steamboat Lumbkr, Furnished on shortest notice. hot. 10th and llth-sts, OAIBO ILUKOIf. T4T $1 000 IN ONE WEEK.

Toany sJirevvdman who can do buslni, on the quiet, I guarantee: at i Immense vV? ey. rapidly, and in peiSJct lafotr Address in pcrtoot conadenee, y' Wm, Wabhw, MmCKLLANKOCSI. HENRY H. MEYER, BXOBTjSIOB DECORATIVE. SIQN and ORNAMENTAL GRAINING AND MARBLING of every Description.

DECOKATING AND GILDING in every style, Plain and Particular attention pi Orders solicited for Bi Banner Painting. FANCY GLASS ornamental. aid to Onus Gilding cenery, Kroscoe and SHOW CARDS OUt, plain and ornamental. AU work In-tntled to sav ein will be Droaanflv at. tended to.

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