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JOHN II. OBEKLY, proprietor.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1872
TELEGRAPHIC
First Edition.
POLITICAL.
REPOItT OP THE COMMIS
SIONEU OF INDIAN.
AlTAlRS.
THE PRESIDENT'S POMCY TO
WARDS THE INDI
ANS IN DO USED.
IENATOR IN NORTH CAROLINA
NOT YET CHOSEN
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
Reported Especially fur the Bulletin.
INDIAN CUUMIsslONKK H UII'OllT.
Nnw YoKst, Nov. '27. Trie annual re
Jrt of tliu com in loner of Indiun allaiM
uio lengthy, its main feature relates
t'ttie Indian polk- of tliu government
Vi'.'li it fully revluwtd. An exhaustive
dime it ii.adu of the changes Inaugurated
bJVcsIdcnt Urmii In the dealing of tlie
g'iriiment with trlbis. Continued cm
plment of the military it staled to bu
,ntsary for the rcprmioii of ho.lilu
trk, and It it urjjod that as they ccavi to
Iwirniidulilo the (jovurMn-'iit nhoiiM
orid over them rli,ld reforniHtory
dialine to prevent thcot froui
ul into ptuperism an I crime. The pol
icy tho (rovernment at respects the hoi
til'lbcs, it llouht to have iinmearura
blsiulted In advantage toward wivilu t
tiond pioneer enterprise. The ground
ii.en that t lie only liope for lbs civiliz
tlof Indians consist in tbelr lubnut-
in ben tbo present roving tribes nre
reed to tbit itite of dependence, they
in be dealt with in accordance to the
p now beint; pursued toward, the mure
liable and friendly Indians, which it it
con led it the on Is true, permanent
py of government. The condition of
t Indians who arj being comtantly in
vii by civilizing influences in tho fur
t, and It it urgi that the state of want
rliicli tribet are tliut reduced tliould be
yrided lor by directing tbete peo-
to puriuilt consistent with
t progress and civilization
I that the government tbould supply
in with sublicence during the period
(the initiation of th-j experiment.
Jrn the statistical figures uppendol to
lift, it appeari that, eicluiivn of thio
Masks, thcro are 330,000 Indians with-
Hia lirntl. tf lhi. I!ni,nt Vlulai t.t
kill J I . VJ 'JU .m L'lTHIZIiJ. 1-I UllLI 1PTT11
hued. 1 fjo commissioner says
belongs not to the sanuulrie,
to the the tober view of the situation,
t thoto year will see the alternative cf
climinatru irom the Indian question
the most powerful hostile bands of to-
1 1 I .. . . i. . i i . . . .
, miuwn nibu enure ueipiessness or at
mercy of the government.
LEOISLATL'tir. AfcSEMIILr.D.
olusiuia, b. C, Nov. 27, Legislature
mbled to-day. Leo (colored) was
teJ tpeaker of the Homo. A dis
lion to reduce the government ex
in hat been already manifested. (Joy
ir elect Moiet will be inaugurated on
nALLOTING FOK SENATOR.
ALkIOII U.. .Nov. Iloth Ilnui.
o-day ballolol for U. S. onator. Kigh
Contervativei bolted from tho cnucut
imitl.tn lj.t nli.ht wltiir. !l ... ........
ed that ex-Governor unco had been
inated. Out of 109 vote, Vance Con
ativu receivcJ 73. Jlerriam Comer
vo 18. I'oole Riipublicun 7J, neceiia-
a choice, 83. Both Housoi udjourntd
to-morrow.
RUltSKIl HtgTs WILS'jJf.
SW YollK. Nov. 27. Sniitor Sumner
nnalor Wilton ut the Tribune ulllco
ty, meeting sam w oa very cerium-
CARnitrfA.
LKioii, u., -ov. a, aoconu nai-
or unileu atttei leniitor to-duy, to-
1 II . IT m,t .. . ii
!.. 7 Vr.ln mill )... I..t In.
row.
Several English to.iport town are coriiiil
ably dumngt'd by the vlolunca of the
Horm. Tho hip Lochlcvcn Flower from
Illrdlantk, T.uitla, for Knliatouth, it lott
with nil on board. Tim ekips Electric
from New York, for Hamburg and Clianco
from I'enicola, ior SunJerlahd, are nllu
lott. The crowi woru retcucdSby tho ulilp
JCoyal Adelindo from thlt clly, fur Sid.
ney. Tho Now South WaJet totally
wrecked oir Portland and ievc(al pauefi-
gor were drowned.
Til E CHIMft IN rHANCE.
iiKiiLiN, Nov. 127. The emit in Frnnce
It attracting the attention of thlt govern.
merit. It in the general Impretiion in po-
llllcal circlet here tint tho removal of
Tliieri from the presidency would greutly
increate nnd complicate tho French
troublet and undangcr the rlgbla-of Cvr
many In connection with the portion of
tbu indemnity claims (till unpaid. The
Uerman government acting In accordance
with thlt view, hat intimulcd it intention
to occupy the whole of the departments
recently evacuated in the event of Thiers
reti'ing. The effect of thlt announce.
merit on the political situation in Franco
it awaited with much Interest.
CASUALTIES.
NINE UOD1ES liECOVED FKOM
THE KUrNS IN BOSTON.
DESTRUCTIVE FittE IK OHIO.
.
SCHOONER WRKCKEO
LUDDINOTON.
NEAR
ETC,
ETC.,
ETC.
Reported Fpoclally for the Bulletin.
iirkT
Mani-tiklij, O., Nov. 2". A $53,000
fire occurred at Loudonville, Ohio, last
nlgbt, i.nd was probably tho worlt of an 18; NoUtl 08 bid cuthJU t8f 'lE
incendliry; Tho losert' ar? -Whitney & r,rS 3 9Ssc Cj.rn 11
23 bid rtnd rejected. Ryo strong and
icarco CUc bid, ti'a asked. Birleydull,
offered C3cipotj Otc December. Torkdull
nnd easier, light tales $13 60 fpuk $1'J
telUr February. Lard steady ntkj fctivo
at 7Jccath; 7jo January; "Jo MdrchiS P .
hams quiet at 'Jj&l0!0? green liarnstleady
at 77(u7jo spot or futuore, uccordlfcg to .
average: other green meits nominally un- i
changed; talcs boKed shoulders icf H C
(l)c January. Whiskey dull and lower I
8BC. 1
Sr Louts. Nov. '27. Flour stead v,
Whoat Inactive and unchanged. Coi-n in
good demand 30c nn track. Oats dull 2.0c
eluvator. Rvo Orm SUfSiCOc. llarlev
ijmi'i, oniy siuiipia ion foiling, w niikey
Heady 90c. pork uncharged S13. Dry
ran siraay -ij'ij. incon utlld aotng1
i.aru quiot i jc on tcuiemeni.
(Nlcht lUnorU
CmcAon, Nov. 27. Flour firm. AVhcnt
dull a shade lower, No 1 spring 41 17(nil-
III
Our Home Advertisers.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Uainit, h rdwnre dealen; Case & l'ettt,
clothiers; N. O. Stone, Jewelry; A. Rob
inson, druggist, and tho Free Masons and
font of Temperance lodgss. Insurance
ubuut (20,000.
1) URN ED.
lio.iTON, Nov. '27. The furnlturo man
ufactory of J mi. Clark, in North Cam-
bridg, was destroyed by lire thlt evening.
The loss it estimated at 1 30,O3o. Tho re-
llnf fund for sufferers by the Uro amounts
SLWlNKlfS OPINION OF PKESI-
DK.ST Till KUS AND THE
KUENclI llliPCliLlC.
GOULD'S OPINION OF VANDFIt
151 LT.
to 10.,:35.
UoiTo.v, Nov. 27, Nlnij bodies havo
been refover.-d from the ruins of the Are,
and live of them havo Imw-m identilicd.
Nimti-t'ii bodies suppo.ed to be burled in
the ruins are still mining. Contributions
ing, No 2 uiiied 3113lccash;3lfa,3ljc
uecemner. uH stead v, xo ZL'4iMi4t,
Itye in goKl demand, No 2 CCc. Iturlv
nun anu urooping, xu a lull uirvU'.'jc.
rorK dull and declined il2 00 catb; SI 2
'J 10 December. Ltrd steady 7(i)7Jc.
jn'nts in rniKjerale ilemanu, unclmni'.-d
anu ratner weaK. liltKfy steady eac.
Nkw York, Nov. V.7. Wall itreet was
quiet to-lHV, tho holidny to-tnurrow de
terring many operators from enterring
Into eniiaeinents lo any laree extent.
Money loaned liiyh 1-3L' per duv, become
city (;()( with exceptionp as low us 3i
hi:
THINKS COR.NELIUS IN HIS
DOT A UK.
TI1F. MISINO KKNTUCKIAN
1'ROIiAULY UONB To SOUTH
AMKU1UA.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.,
cover
FOREIGN.
CRISIS IN FRANCE
TRACTINIi TUB ATTEN-
TOIX OF THE GER
MAN GOVERN-MKNT.
AT-
TfiTr? ni."p.Ti nv
DESTRUCTION BV
THE GALE.
THE
ETC..
ETC.,
ETC.
MINORITY RESOLUTION.
nin. Nov. 11 The mlnorllv .if
nittco on uddreiscs, who disagreo
the report mudu by tbo mniority,
adopted u resolution to proposo to
stembly tho.nomination of a commit
f thlrty.dvo members, of tbnt body(
instruction to present a bill cjtub.
. ! . II Ml. .
n iiiuiitkcriai rusiiuutiuiiiiv. anu cm
Ing constitutional reforms necessary to
nig ih. nvi mi ui a iupuuiictiii
rnment. The resolution has boon
e approval of it.
TUB OALC VESSELS LOST.
upon, riov. i. vestois arriving
ita report tbtst the gale continue
ot wltb. the severity of Saturday last.
Reported KspucUIIy for the Uulletln.
8UM.Sl.na OI'IMON OK KliANcK.
New Youk, Nov. '27. Charles Sumner
says from hit visit abroad, bo believts
Tniert to be the right man in tho right
place. Hu hud a long interview with
Gmbetta nnd other prominent Legiti
mists and li iLinki tho government !
lixed on a ttublu batit. Uo praises the
French pioplo. Hit health ha been Im
proved. Hu states that $5,000 will
his lottcs by the Roston lire.
Jay ouuld a card.
If KW YORK, Nov. i'7. Jay Gould said
this afternoon, referring to Commodore
Vanderbilt s card published yusterdayi
that tho Commodore inu?l be In hit dotage.
'The tranactinn to which Vuuderbilt re
fert," said Gould, " was simply this s"
In 16')!, Vanderbilt held 10,000.000 of
Erie stock ; I offered to lake 60,000 flmres
from him, if ht would hold the balance
for sixty dayt and give inu h c.tll for it;
he agreed to do so but broke his promise ;
he uoiil on telling r toek Irom dav to duv,
and w(in tin bad old ull, lie delivered all
in one dy alloiupting to create a panic
under the impression lliat I would riot b-s
able to carry my stock. Hu tailed in his
purp.i.o and feels sure over it. Its ;i pity
to seo the Commodore falling into dotage.
I.SUIAN INrORUATION.
Wasiiinoton, Nov; 27. Information
hat teen received hero that the Araphoe,
Caddoes and Witchitaws and ntliiliatcd
bunds of Indians fully sustain their dele
gations in their negotiation here regard
ing their lands, by which them tribes ac
cede to the proportion of tbo government
for their locution upon considerably di
minished reservations. Tho Kiovras,
Commanchet und Apaches have promptly
surrendered to their agents tho !.tt of tho
captivct held by them, nnd dcclarod their
intention to give up nil stolen animals in
their lierdsnnd ot!ierwjso fully comply
with the demand of tho government. Al
ready Maorvia or Shaking Hand, the
ino.l Important ofdlsaffectod Commanclio
chiefs with hit band, and Kicking Ilird
with nearly all his b.nd of Kiowat havu
comcii'aln to their ieservation and camped
nenr the agency at Fort Hill. A lew
well-known Kiowa braves express their de
termination to continue to defy tho au
thorities, but this wus expected of the men
who havo long been outlawed,
and their own chiefs disclaim
all roiponsiblllty for their deeds
and assure their ugonts that the govern
ment will be sustained by their tribes in
any action it might take in regard to this
faction.
JAY OOIJLI).
President Wntiou of tho Erie railroad,
does not intend re-arrustlrig Jay Gould,
but says additional suits agulntt him uro
in propiiratlon
Mr. Darlow, counsel for tho Erlo rail
rod company, says that it serios of char
un against Gould will bo made embracing
tho charges in connection with tho Jeffer
son mi I road company, Glen wood coal
company, O- mmuiiipitw stock yard com
pany, tbu sleeping conch coinpuny, and
othur companies of similar kinds; also tho
charge In connection with tho titlo of the
Grand Opora-ttpuso.
FATHER DURKE.
Father Iiurko last evening delivered bis
closing lecture, in reply to Froudc, to an
Immensely crowded nudienco at the
Academy of Music, at tho conclusion of
which ho wus given a unanimous vote of
thanks.
froude.
FroudowllI makoa rejoinder on Satur
day evening.
THE JIlBSINa KENTUCKIA5T.
It is now pretty well eUabllshed that
George Tch-, tho missing Kentuckian, has
probably gone to South America, with a
considerable sum of money entrusted to
him at Louisville to settle a New York
obligation.
to the Harvard college fund amount to $
$103,000.
schooner wreck eh.
Ciumoo, Nov. -'". A privuto dispatch
from Port ater, Michigan, says that the
schooner Souvenir wentahnro last night,
near Ludlngton. All hands lost. No
particulars.
l'ALL or A SCAFFnLU
At tho new building corner
and rmnklln street! tbit aftornoon, six
men were precipitated a ditance of tixtv
feet to tho stone pavement below. "Win
Double nd V rn. While struck on their
bead killing them instantly. Tho others
singular enough wore uninjured
Sterling dull e8J long; 0J(I0 snort
siL'lit. Gold dthi l-'jlij; clo.ing lij;
loans 1G4 to flit for urn and l(a,C percent,
for cirryirii:. Cluarintrs C.'.OOu.COth treas
ury disbursements 101,001. Governments
llrm, J higher. Mate boLds dull and
stoady. Stocks quiet.
ST iv iui-, Nov. 'J" hlnur Tory dull,
i SSfTijj 05: XX ?6o7,C 60; XXX $) 70-
(u,7 'lb; family 57 10; choicu and fancv
" "CuJ3 "5. Wheat sprint qii.ee. nomi
nally unchanged; fall Arm but auieU No
4 red $1 4311 60; No 3 $1 C JSl CS; No
'.'SI 831 63 Corn dull, mixed 3333j
No 'J white mixed SRmlOc. Oats dull No
imxml 2l(a.'iSc. Rjrl.-v llrm but auiet
at 707Ic; prime to strictly prime OV-g-
si. choicu jio stfauy. .o 2 .isyioc.
Pork quiet and unclmpirMi: drv "all meats
of Monroe l"'et; tboulder 4J4q clear rib GJ($)7c;
ornoon tlx rI.eHr- i,le i'it'i " dull; shoulders
"XW'VZ di'ar sides OjO. Lard dull;
u ior r oj no ion, priiim steam. t;oUee
steady nnd Arm. Rio iajffi'J2jc; LouIiana
uar ifmfc lower. Ulf-niiij c
HORSE DISEASE.
I'OULTliY IJYINO
Cincinnati, Nov. 27. Tho chickens In
Hamilton county; in the vicinity of placet
where the horse diteato hat been, ure dying
rapidly. One man reports a lo.t of fifty
bugs from disease, which bo attributes
to their rooting about stables containing
tick horeet.
common to
choic; refined Jc lowwr. Highwine;
scarce and firm ot UOc. Caltln quiet and
unchanyod. Hogs lower at $3 60(J4 10;
for packer lott with bulk of sales $4: re-
.vijfct c, iuu, cuv lo uaie i,noo.
RIVER NEWS.
niaranil FhIIuI the Klter.
FcrHhwirsendiBt at 3 p.m. Nov. 27. 1S72.
STATIONS.
I trl
'ft In'ai
WEATHER REPORT.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 27. In tho
Nortnwest and thence to Illinois barome
ter will fall to-morrow with southerly
winds, warmer und nartlv cloud v weather.
Over the entire lake region and thonce to
rtllegnany and Jennessee clear and cold
weather and fouthwulerlv to northwest
erly windt. In the Gulf und South Atlan
tic states high iMrometer. northerly winds
and generally e'ear weather. In tho Mid-
din and hnotern statu clear and cold
weillier and southwesterly to noithwest-
eriy windt. Warning signals continue at
Milwaukee, Chirac", Grand Haven. De
troit. Toledo, Cleveland, Ruffalo, Oswego
anu uocueeicr.
Ab'v
. law
-1 STATIONS, wi.
ter.
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FINANCIAL.
New York, Nov. 27, l'J:30 p.m. Gold
12J; U S tixet of '81 10; do coupons 101;
6.20s of CJ I2jl3g; do 'C 12 j; do 'C5 ll'i
:1; do Ml no is-u.i 15; do -C7 15J; do
coupons 1S11S); 10-40 6; do coupons
tSJ: currency sixes 13S(3)l:i5; sterling
exchange PJ10J; now flvnt 9J(0j.
Nhw Vouk, Nov. 27. Money firm, 7 to
1-32; stocks dull und heuvy. Gold dull at
I r'jfiill-I; govrnmuut dull und
Heady; states dull and hteudy; Weiteru
Union 77; l'ac. 83: Adams 78; Fnrgn
SO; American "01; U. ri., 8r, N. Y. C,
9.; Erie C1; pfd 73; Union I'uc. 3ij;
L. S fi'.'Jj VitiburC b7; Nurthweslrrn H
pfd 89 J; Cleveland nnd Culumhs 80.
R.K.'k Island 109J; St. l'atil 62; pfd 74;
Wabash r,S; pfd 72; Ft. Wavnu 'Jli; O
and M.. 40; Del imd Lick 9JJ; H. and
Krio 7; Ind Cent 33 j; Han uud St. Joe
32.
MARKET REPORT.
New York, Nov. 27, 12:20 p.m. Flour
dull. Whealdull SI 4S1 63; red $1 til
Ql 70;Hii'ber$l 7ol 77. Corn dull U3
(u,03jc. O.its ipjlul 6CS"(ic. Receipts;
Fiour 18,000; wneat 73.00J; corn 10,000;
oiiwHOUJ. iless pork quiet $10. Lit'd
quiet 6Jc; quotations nominal. Whiskey
dull nomlnnl J3c.
Chiuaoo. Nov. 27, 11 a.m.- Live Hogs
receiptsi6.au, Hbout 200 cars to follow;
official receipts yesterday 33,455; market
active und lower, extreme range $3 G.'.
4 10; bulk fcules S3 80'i 90. Cattle re
ceipts very light, bolter demand and tre
ble firmer and shippers buying.
Cincinnati, N -v. 27 Flour firm at
$7 3:.7 60. Whuat firm, red $1 60
1 M .Corn llrm, old 4'J13c; new 3539o.
OuU dull ut $1 27l 3i. Cotton quiet,
middling 1SJI9o. Whiskey firm Htid
good demand ut ?9c. Fork quiet at $12j
for bulk meats; shouldnrs 4fnUe! clear
rib C0lc; clear 0'1J. Racm quiet,
shoublers ojc; ulenr rib OJc; clear OJc,
Green meats dull; slioulder. 3J3J-r; sides
oc. Hams, fair demand ut oj9Jc.
Hol'S steady at S3 OOJTjl UO; receipts
17 332. Lard firm, steam 7Jc; Ucttlo 7 j
7,c.
New Orleans, Nov. 27. Arrived:
Mary Alien and barges und City of Cairo
Departed: Shannon. Rocoipts, flour lo,.
425; corn 6,087; oats 3,730; hay 660; I ran
6,4'Oj whiskey 00; pork '601; bucon, 43
casks, 10 boxes; hams 12 tierce-; lard, 280
tlerce; cotton 7.729. Flour dull, common
$4 25; low XXX SO 607; good S7 60
7 76; choice SSS 5; choice X $8 60
9 60. Corn In moderate demand, C91lc.
Hnv prime 25chofco $28. lira n quiet,
Sli!105. Fork nominal. Sl4. Rucondo
5()5ic, 09l!0e. Hams 10l0c; cot
ton in fair demnni, rOJc; sterling Ex
122; eight discount.
Oiucaoo, Nov. 27. Flour quiet and un
changed. Wheat regular SI 08 cash De
cember; $1 09 January. Corn active at
8131Jecil; 3lo November and Decem
ber; 31iffi8Uc January. 'Hats .quiet and
steady at 1434jo cub; J4)c January,
St. faal - i v
Fort Llculon......; ....
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Lcatenaibrth I
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Lilro .. !l 3'...
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Uelow iiiadArd. tVtlaw high water.
Oflisiil 1 HO.MA L. WATSOV.
Observer SK. Sr. U.S.A.
I'ittsuuro. Nov. 27. River about
stationary with 3 feet 3 inches in tho chan
nel. Carriu Rrookt, from Wheeling, wus
the only arrival and departure.
.Vanvillk( rov. "Ji. Weatlier clear
and cold, with tbu mercury ut 20 to 30.
Kiver has fullen 1 inch. Up: La Claire
No. 2, 'Jam; Quickstep, 9:30. Down:
Mary Anient, 2 p.m.; Groy Eagle, 3.
Uusines I fair.
Memi'His. Nov. 27, Weather clear and
cold, -ain falling steady. Departed, Cap.
ital City and Ladv Lee. for Vicktbnru.
John H. Maud, Now Orleune, 31ary Mc-
uonsia, at. l.ouis, i
LouiaViLLE, Nov. 2i, River about
stationary, with four feot scant. Canal
two feet scant; Chute four feet fix inches
on bars to Evansville. Weather clear nud
cold, mercury ranged from 23 to 33. Ar
rived, Arlington Irom Memphis, Uamelm
from Cincinnati. Depurtrd, Arlington
for Cincinnati, Cnmelia tor Cairo.
Nashville, Nov. 27 River station-
ary, 18 inchw on Uarpeth shoals.
eather cold and clear.
St. Louis, Nov. 27. Arrived : M. J.
Lewis und Kinney, Vicksourg; St. Luke,
.Memphis; victoria Ijuiney. Uopnrtcd ;
llodmann, New Orleaii: Fannie Lewi.
Vickslmrg. Weather clear and very cold.
It is said that the upper Mississippi abovu
Keokuk and the II. inoit rivers arc truzen
over.
GrandTower, lilt., Nov. 27 Weather
clear und cold. Mollio Moore down at 8
am; Utah 11; Glasgow 4 p m. River
falling.
Cincinnati, Nov. 27. River C feet C
inches and falling. Arrived: Arlington,
Memphis; Kato 1'utnHin, Marietta. De
purled: Charmer, Evansville; Andy
Uaiim, Memphis; Alinn, PitUbirg.
New Orlkans, Nov. 27. Arrived:
Mary Alice und barge, St. Louis; May
Flower, Memphi. Departed: 11. t Tur
ner, Cincinnati; Tom Jasper, St. Louis.
Clear and cool.
Dlt. 11, BLUM,
Surgeon and Mechanical
ID ZEZLST TIST!
OUlco, Commercial Avenue between Ninth
and Tenth streets,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
1 would respectfully announce to the Citi
zens of Cairo ami bttrrouudlng Country,
that I have opened au office for the practice
ol my profcMdon at the above mentioned
place, wlierc'I hope to receive a share ol the
ulille patronage. All persons wishing the
ry best dental work iiould gho me a cull,
it.
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Fare from Londcndehut
Faro from Glapoow,
Faro from Qukenktown
CAIRO, ;::::::: 48
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Home Advertisements.
Home Advertiaements.
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13! tenth street,
roa
MimIi. lilluda, .Muitldistv.
vd Mis f icra. (wood ) Window nal ituu r
rrantm, Klnorlnsr, Lath,
M.ltiKlM, Ulntnl Hiiah, fllnan Mil
UtTliU, Vlnmn Trniiaotna,
MHnh Welictitii, lilllra tuii C..r.l
Bllnit i'tuilenliiKH, l(.Kfliic
Klt. ItooUutt OitKtit. fUatrrlKK
I'nptr, rrl n, Willi
lil, IJnl tin, Amrlcn Window
11hk, sjncliali Minis ucb
I'lni JU,,. l-iiltr, SJ.'nilrr'. rlnu
nrwfr Vtpu lHiat Clilntnt-ya,
TO TKCB FUBIilO
Anticipating a decline In prices ol
IPHINTER'S STOCK
. ?L1 kIinil,i i"".'1 'elrus that nur cm
. tomers plioiild know vc are il..t..it,i.i
P."1 ou l,r'""lM f cheap printing ,
We feel It our duty to make a
RbUUUTlOS IN FORMER PRICES
belienne that a steady Incrca.e of buslncsi.
wlll be un eqtlltaleiit.
V Ith our long experience In huslnci and
INCREASED FACILITIES
WAtJ MANUFACJORY.
I s'ggasisMMtWWsm-
i-or hale at Wholesale or
the
out
Li.
Kir.
Ktr.
(IXNTS (or
I). w
lltllll
Rnrk (... I. i & . r . . i
it., fm - .... ..
John. u-nprntHd H'Milinc .!,r.rn
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers la
POPLAR, Ar-JI, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
LUMBE IR,.
Having the sole riaht in this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN.
the best Patent Kiln mnni
daily prepared to rUrnUb at all tuuei. ou
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMI1ER,
Attention it called to our stock ol
W-AJUSnjT, ASH
ANU
CYPRESS FLOORING
Lumber delivered to any part ot the citv
Urdeni received at the office of
S AFFORD, MORRIS it CANDKE,
at that of the company, comer of 3th
ircetand Ohio leue
iiiri'"l.lin.
S. WALTERS,
Sutra in
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
sry .Ii-cripllnn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTh
DOOILS, SASH, P.LINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furalr hJ oa '"nirftt Eotle.
Commercial-av, bot. 10th and llth-sta.,
t'AIBO ILLINOIS).
Mr
1IL'IC'IIS.H.
UYLAXD k SAUER,
BUTCHERS
AND UEALEIiB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial nvcnuj
oca. i uuor to tue iiyuuu saloon.
11-lCtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCHBB
A. tltllK In
FRESH MEAT,
Eioiitii Street, Hetween Wabiiikoto.n
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjolnltisi III 'letthouae and llanttjr'a,
Kt-sp the bent or Deel, Pork, Mutton Val.
Lnnih, Su.skr, ato., ml are prrpaml to stirs
almoin In the mini afxinaiiln innnr.
JAMES KYNASTON,
Eutcher and Dealer in all Kinds oi
Knr.su Mkath.
COItNKK NlNKTENTU AND POI'LAU STS
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ilitys and slaughters only tho best ca'tlc
hogs and ihecp, and Is prepared to fill an)
demand for lreli mcaU Horn one pound tc
ten thousand pounds'.
IIIS4T StTStHtT-SS.
SAM WILSON,
Plllll IK
BOAT STOltBa
(isuoimii,
PKOVISIONS
n. if
Obi Larn
CLaibo, lu.
together with our ailvantacei In
purchao and selection of stock.
rwiuuirni may rem a"ttreii we wiu trv
to merit n continuance ol their cry liberal
StoTuuirr ",,e,,,,'u ,o ,,,c
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
RILL HEAD S
rtti i.ii.l 11 n. ........ . .i..
.... " .ii. Miyr, nciliv PXl'CMIPd ilC.
cordliiK to Mze cr M i? I Mtoa Ml. For other
qualities add tl.o ilillerence III the com ol the
paper.
ST AT EM KNTS
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap nr Mine .tialltv ot
Mf totoi'-a m" flll; ,,cr ont-Ila"
POSTERS
full sheet, hair sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet mill sixteenth .cheet at Irom 3 uo to
uy a carcnil examination ol the above list
our patrons will find that our
LETTER HEADS
per M ?S OOtoT 00, according to idnc and
quality of paper; perone-lnlfM S3 OOtot 00.
NOTE HEADS
on ordinan- Mzo per M $ OtitoS 60, accord.
Itttt to style and quality. Commercial per M
RILLS LADING
pr M. acrordlni,' to .zo and velj;ht, OQto
. Ot); per one-halr M, according to size and
Weight, (3 OOtot 00.
DRAY TICKETS
pcrM $3 OOtoi 00, according to order.
EN V ELO PES
umlhed retail at wholesale price. Chaice
or printing, $1 OOtoU W per M
siiippino taos
peices a.:r:e2 lower
than thoe ot any establishment ol the kind
in St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
ADVERTISING
Uulncs men will flml the Hl'i.i.ktin the
best advertising medium in Southern 1111
noK OTJtt WEEKLY
(sliect 20x40, 8 co'umns) is furnhlicd to tub
scribers at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now ha a larger subscription lin In
Southern Illinois, MfMiurI and ICcntueky
than any paper ever before published in
Cairo, c.l new clubs aro coining iu ccry
day.
ReUil.
CORNER 32D.STIIIET AND OHIU I.IVI
Cairo, Illinois.
n0T"" f-OAWm.K
. "LIME I UEMKNTl
A.N5 KS ROSS,
(JAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLImj.
LIME!
Commcroial-av., Foot of Kleventht.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al.
ways on hand, and for tale attbe
very Icxest HgurM for casb.
DANIEL LAM PERT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOR LADIES, MEN aND CniLDIIEN,
Eioiitii St., Ut. Com. ft WAsn.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Has Just opened a new and stylish estab
l.shmcnt, fully up to the times, and Invites
old customers and new, ladles, children and
all, to favor him with tbelr patronage.
tSTAII work done in the Latest Style.
FRED ROSE
MEECHANT TA.I.LOB
No. 104 Commercial Avian,
lJo;1i French and Seoth eassltneres a
colors Heaven and ltread-cloth constantly
on uattd, and all goods warranted.
DYEINU
In all lt branches also carried on
lO-Mimd
IDLE WILD MILLS
Corucr Twenty-second street
Levee.
and Obit)
SUPEUIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
ME A J.
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
pnee. aim a good article or
OOW FEED.
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLIDAT
I1ROTI! ERS, or apply at the Ull.
10-4-dtt.
COA
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prfftrtit to upcly customer with th
'UIlt) of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
ORDERS left at Halliday Bros, office, 7
OHIO lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below the
si. luarlca Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tiro "Montauk" will briujr coal
alonirlile lo tcamer at any hour.
UUlil WOOD I I WUUDII
Tbt unJenuiiM w lit furaltb
HARD AND DRY WOCO
As Chray.li stat Chetr
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates at the I'nutofflco and at Kos
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Ten th and twelfth streets. Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure and will cord lie woe
up if desired.
aili-tf DKNN1S FTALICY.
sin.Mwrrtr.
ATTENTION !
Mr. R. Jones tin Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till all
orders on tho shortest notice,
lie guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns aro
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of tho excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
tlio public
10.1M :tm.
jjtS- You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant'a
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Soven lb3. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and i
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Sevonty-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
aT WILEY & BIXBY'S.
sViMt
MRS. McQEE,
i)n F.iichtri Btrrst, riwer o Commercial sad Waits
iiKtnn ATvnue., I. ilailr rrceirinf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKST TALL AMD WlXTliS. STTLU
H'smt'S lull I, nn of
2303ST3;TETS & HATS
ITrimmnl and UDtrimmfd.J
rilCNCII FI.OWKltd, RlIUUl.Ns, TRIMMINGS
of Ml kind., Lsces, to., te.
Slr. McOnt hu tl.o Nr .ortrnfat a
Fsccy Articles, such
NKCK TLX C0LI.Aa4, UNDKnSl.IfEVlBS.
KtJKrrf.bASlJKS, KANH,
Ani all oiatrarticlrs u.uslljr found id a
FIRST.CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McDce, in addition to her atock of
Fancy and Millinery (ionds.hasa tit none and
complete avortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladles' and Mines' Shoes and Clill.
drens' HoolK, Black and in Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
Mioes in the market, and this is the only
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
IN TUB
ATHENEUM BUILDING
tu opsntd out so exlDsir stock ot
MILLINERY GOODS
All ot which are ratlrelv dkw and of th vscv
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
TUKBTOCK CUMFUIbKb
HATS. BONNETS RIBBONS,
PLOWERS,
And u rlf?ui assortmi-ni oi
LACES, r KINO KID OLOTIS, UOSIBMr
nJ ll artlclo ti.u.llj s-pi in . Itrst-claas snn
llnrrr nor.
M . hsaudtr invltrs Iho I'Ublie torlatil )a
r:t hrr sloek, whirh mil UV plrnsurolis
linwiim In old aa f tl s ne cn-lon r..
liAWYKHS,
GREEN & (ilLBERT,
ATTORN KYb
COONSKLORS
STilllam ILtimrn
Villiun B
MUM r. Qilkarl,
ururn, i
Olltirrl,
Ikars, J
AT LAW,
tJAlRO, IU IMOtt.
IsMia. stUotioa clvaa U Adaaltail uJ
isasaneai ikuibm.
Sm-OKIO LITBS, Mlsll T AM STM

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