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O&WXOJal, BTTXiXiElTIIiT BTTXIitDIIETa-, OOE.
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
12TH 8TBEET AJSTD WSKCI3STa-TOl!T AVENUE.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1 7 1872
i w uuiii. n it in
OAKES AMES UEKORE
SUPREME COURT DECISION
TUE WAKMOTII CASK.
St. Louis, Dec. 10. A tpoclal to tliu
Evening Dispatch from Washington, sy
Oakttt Aines appeared beforu credit mobi
lier commileo to-day, arid asked an exten
ion of timejto prepare bit tlatoinent, which
wat granted. McCuiub'n swornjitalument
that ha witnessed tho payment of a nutn
bor of shares of stock to Reprctciitntivu
Brook of Now York, to Intlucnco Demo
cratic members, hat produced a decided
sensation, but the latter' friemli discredit
ill truth, ar.ii uxpress thu belief that it will
bo ihown to bo false.
flUI'ltKME COURT DKCIMO.V.
asiiinoton, Dec. 10. Tho Supremo
Cojrt to-day rendered tho following:
"Supremo Court, fx parte, II, C. War-
mouth: Wo ore nil of thu oiilnluti that
rhuri Html decree shall bo rendered in
circuit court in thit case, an appeal will
bo taken to ttiii Court. Wo aro alio of
opinion that thit court bait no jurisdiction
intbUcaie to issuo a wftR of prohibition,
till appeal it taken."
New Orleans, Doc. 1C H. L. Lynch.
Republican, bat been Installed judge of the
Fourth district court, Bonner, Futiontit,
ling forcibly ejected. Uuriuer hud a
In the Warmotb contempt cue several
ItUCIIOI WHS IAIIU1UUU. ,1U UUTUI-
Ti tti .nr.
Impeachment postponed till Wednes-
Iff. 1 1 la i atltfwl thn irnv.rniip will tint
Ballot for United Statei aenalor will bo
an, luvuuitft iuu eiuur iinWin win
f i. i t - t i i
Washington, Dec 16- Gen. D!ck Ty-
r ik 1 1 ti 1 iin .lift nrqin nn . l icibv wiir
iKuuiB doilct who rniHrancH in innri
n LouitUm, but retired diisatUfied with
ha faait1f rt tit mlMinn
riiiiiu" run inn uioouijU-
TION OF TilK AS
I bill reviling mint nnd coin ago taws with
amondmcnts, among which Is ono provid
ing for a trado illvcr dollar of tho weight
of 420 grain Troy, a liver half dollar
I weighing l'J gralm, und a nunrter and a
, dunu reipoctivcly onc-tialf and one-fifth,
tho weight of n 60 cent coin. All thoie
liver cyln nro to ,bo legitltiiridcr at tholr
nominal valuo, for any amount not ex
ceeding four dollar in any ono payment.
Mr. Morton itatcd thu election commit
tee during thu recent recess, hud not inves
tigated the charge against Mr. Caldwell of
Kansrts, owing to tho difficulty of getting
Bill Introduced by Mr. Curpoliterfregu
lating thu taking of private property for
Bill of Mr. Pomeroy granting thu right
of ray to thu Kansas and Colorado rail
road. Alio to extend the llrno for pay
ment by settler on Oingu land in Kan-
Mr. Wlndoni called up hi resolution to
appoint a committee of live on tho ques
tion of providing for cheaper transporta
tion from Weal to East, lie modified the
reio'ullun by making thu number of thu
committee? at even. After discussion tl.o
resolution passed. Yeas: 50; nays: X
.Mr. Urngin gave notice that ho would
call up, to-morrow, tho bill reported by
him from thu committee on navnl aUairs,
to provide for thu construction of ten
loops of war.
On million of .Mr. ritewart, .resolutions
were adopted instructing tho judiciary
to establish regular rates of fa round trans
portation on railroad between tho stnles,
under that provision which authorizes con
gress to regulate commerce between state;
also to Inquire as to thu power of congress
to authorize tho construction and opera
tion of railroad j pining into, or through,
two or mora t'a4e, and to report by bill or
otherwise. I ,
Mr. Cameron called up tho French
ijpoilition bill, and spoko in its favor.
Vlcert followed in advocating the bill
which was then Taid aside informally.
Mr. Sherman withdraw his amendment
to the Intornal Koveriuobill providing for
thooppointment of twenty-five additional
revenue agents. "
At 4 o'clock tho Senate Exocutive Corn,
session, and soon adjourned.
MEET INC! OF THE
VICE PRESIDENT COLFAX RE
TURNS TO, WASHINGTON".
FUNERAL OF EDWIN FORREST
THE TWEED CASE COMMENCED.
II t II H k N HI' I. 1. I'll f 1 If 1 1 L If If II
W W A . KltVIl 1 tt lii l A4 A
TO BE PLACARDED.
Paris, Dec. 15. The sitting of the as-
luui v wain r i" Bill ii I'll m i -a n r i f w u iiir
igbt. Minister Dufauro addressed tho
lift fry f-r rxt I,!.!,.,. . V w. n,.ltLn.
MIKTINO OK TKI1IUSE TKUrtTEKs.
The Tribuno trustee hold meeting
Friday afternoon, every member present.
Mr. Sinclair brought forward tho Colfax
proposition. It received tho support ol
only himself and onu other, six out of tho
eight trustees opposing it, sustaining Mr.
Held' conduct of the paper, and urging
that ho bo retained, with no instruction
save to continue carrying out tho policy
of Mr. Oreeley'a card. It was settled
that no change would ho madu in tho pol-
. ' - - D
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K T L II., . I,,, 1 1 . ' 1 1 I I. WHB III.. (If Till. .......
iuiub iuu uAvimig wunu iihs laaen
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'clock in the morning, wbon tho chamber
. . All . lll I . . I .1 . f
Ion and passed to the order of the day,
TIllEKS MOT FKMINT.
President Thiers was not present during
ho dobalo, either In tbo Afternoon or even-ng.
SSI'KICII TO DK rLACAIlUI.ll.
Buforo adjourning tbo assembly adopted
resolution directing that M. Dufauru'
peech be placarded in all tho communes
m ty , . l i i . . . . i
i i riutui BiijiiiBi mauiuiiui, wili. ru
le, was voted down.
London, Deo, 10. Information tins been
(a ti.UA nAptaliutl lit, IA .1 Va.lll III
-ii - ... .. jt
urr iiir onu r raueiaeo. uu ino iinnu 01
Vileland, havo beon rescued
District Attorney Sullivan called upon
defendant to plead to tho iidltomcnl,where
upin uraham, tho prisonor's counsel, call
ed for thu leillni' of Iho bill. Tho court
dlrcctol the clerk t read tho big Indict
ment, which It a printed volumu of onu
huQdred pages, and will occupy lit thought
t least two days,
Pllll.AliKI.flHA. Dec. 10. Tho ob-
cqulea of tlic lato Edwin Forrest took
place from hi rosldenca at 'J o'clcck p.rn
The body was luld out in tho parlor of
bit lato home, and was dressed in n full
suit of hla.'k. Th or 0 was u laurel wreath
at his head, and n cross of immortelles on
his breast: hIso a number of other lloral
oirerings weru placed around the room.
A largo number ol visitor viewed tho
remains. A committee, of thn Now ork
Lotus club 'onsiting of Mayor Hall,
Col, Knox, Win. Appleton nnd Frutik
Schwab, wero pretetit, A large number of
actor wcro present. The pall bearers
weru John "W. Forney, Jus, Oakes, .Ihs
I.awioi), Daniel Duuglierty, Dr. J, R.
Burden and Dr. Samuel (irons, Thu
rollln was black, n nil silver mounted, with
thu name, tiinu of birth, and death, of
deceased, Thu interment was in thu fam
ily vault in St. Paul's church, Third street'
Thn United States storeships Supply and
Guard bavu been detailed by thu govern
ment to carry goods of American exhibit
or to tho Vienna International exposition,
THE MURDER OF MAUD MER
RILL BY HER UNCLE.
THE HTOKES TRIAL SET
TWO NEGRO ASSASSINS IN MEMPHIS.
TIIK MAUI) MRU KILL MURDER.
New Yokk, Dec. 15. A Sunday paper
tales tho murder of Maud Merrill by her
uncle, Robert P. 11 leak ley, was caused by
her refusal to continue to pay him a share
of her earnings, and that ho wai her real
Th counsel for thu prosecution and de
fence, say they will bo ready Wodnesday
to proceed with the trial of Stoke for kil
Memi'IUm, Dec. 10, Two negroes en
tered tho grocery of J. II. Ginnochis, an
ItHlia'n, on Poplar street, last night, struck
Glnnochis with n club and felled him to
tbo floor. They thon entered an adjoining
room, beat hit wifo till iniensiblo and
throw a hoavy trunk on a little girl in
bed. The rullians then rifled tho store,
wnen the littlo girl, who was hut slightly
hurt, escaped to noighbort, who 1. attuned
to tho store, but tho assassins wore gono.
No hopes of tho recovery of GinnuchU'
nominal, $M so spot; $11 02 Jan
uary; $11 87J March? n (nle.
u t Night Report.
Sr. Louis, Duo. lu Flour quiet and
unchanged. Wheat Urmcr; samplo lots
No 2 spring, sold for 31 18; ofi 51 19; No
4 red lull, SI 45; No 61 85. Corn Inac
tive anil unchanged; No '1 mixed 3::Jc:
whitu mixed 33Jc. Oat unchanged, No
2 mixod MytH-r, Uarjoy quiet and un.
changed; sales pring f)Cpoc. Ryu in do.
mana and llf;m at 03C9. Pork une'd; dry
Salt moat quiet; shoulder 4i; clear rib
loose lljc; packed Cc; Bacon low.-r; clear
rib seller the month 77e. Lard nom
inally unchanged; prlmu team ollor .Ian
nary 7Jc. Highwliic firm, U2c. Cuttle
quiet; prlmu and oxtra shlppors $5(5)5 76;
talr and good 75. Hog opened ac
tlvo; closed weak,, range $3 'H,. 90;
bulk sales S3 (jtl 75; receipt U Ooo.
Ciiicaoo, Dec. 10. Flour dull. Wheat
buoyant but unsettled: jc 1 spring $1 "J2;
No 2$ I 14 for pot; 15 January; No
3 SI O-JfjAl 03. Corn.teadv: No 2 mixed
.illo cash; 31 c January. O.ts steady; No
lvi!J"'2 kvu scarcci and firm; No 'i
0.1c. Itarley firm; No 'J fall OIJClJo.
Pork In fair demand andndvaticed $11 7S
cash and December. Lard in good do
tiiaiid 7 l-10fai7ictDot. Bulk meats steadv:
shoulders 20 day In suit 3c; green hams
ll'in Ojc. Whiskcv firm and stock light
New Orleank. Dec. 10 Flour firm
truulu sHirt 25; family $U tCgjlO 60,
Lorn scarcu firm, whltu 83c. Oat firm
4ic, Bran scarce and firmer $1 30. Hav
scarce nnd firm, prime i33; cholco $.'15.
l'ork dull, mess $14. Bacon scarce ojffio
(ujilc. i.atil searco ami Ilrm,
tierces Hl(,ic; keir. affilttc. Sin-ar
dull, Inferior tlfcOtc: common 7n7i7c:
fair 75f77,Sc; Tuffy fair 81 nrliiiu
to strictlv nrimo 'JC,Mr. .frilu.e arllv
common 45c; hW 5uft,Jic; primo totlrlct-
ly primu iim w. Whisker higher and
scarce; Louisiana 91c; Indiana 03c; no
Cincinnati hero. CnHVe firm 1 C lf7i;l 83o.
Sterling 'Jl J; sight JJ discount; olu 122;
Cotton activu and tlrni; tale 7,001: good
ordinary 1 8c; low middling I8jc; middling
!!; middling Orleans lOln receipts
5,131'; eiporls cnastwite 2.C07; Liverpool
3,330; continent 3,620; ttock 184,711.
niaaastd Fall ortli Klter.
For ii houn tndipg 3 p.m. 1'tc. 16, 1K4.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASIHNGT0N-AV.
n B Y ,IO U II M.
Washikotok, D, O , Dec. 1C The com
miltee on public land have agreed to a
bill giving settlert on Cherokee lundt,
ousted by a decision of tho suprome court,
other lundt In llou thereof.
The Mexican frontior commission
Ituout cuungo in tuo con
trolling proprietors. Mr. Sin
clair then wont to work to mako up a pool
of outsldo stockholders to sell tho controll
ing interest. It is undentood that hui
with Dr. Aver and tho representatives of
estatos of ono or two deceased proprietors,
not including Mr. Greeley's, havo nearly
or quitu mauu up mo uity-onu snares
needed, and propose nulling at tho rate of u
million dollar to u combination represent
ing tho telegraph und administration inter
ests. Mr. Held said that in caso the pro
prietorship and policy should bo changod,
ho would also tell his four share, and at
rROTKHT OK MR. HKII.
It has transpired to-day that in thu trus
tees meeting, Mr, Ruid protested ngainst
Mr. Sinclair' proposal to abandon tho
ground on which Mr. Greoley
placed tho paper in his ;ard resuming tint
editorship. Ho said Mr. Sinclair was thn
last man who ought to do this Injusti:o to
Mr. Grr.oloy'a memory, because it was
through Mr. Sinclair's solicitation,
long continued, that Hr.
Greoley finally consented to becomo u
presidential candidate. Mr. Sinclair ad
mitted this, but said ho urged Air. Gree
ley to it and wroto letter over the country
to further Mr. Greeley a chancoat Cincin
natl, because ho know Mr. Greoloy would
not support Grant, and ho thought tho
noxtbest thing was to get him to bo a can
didato himself. Mr. Hold said ho himself
had not favored Mr, Greoloy' candidacy
and had discouraged Mr. Groelcy from it
Si. I'juI 1
Omaha. , ....
Cairo M L2
...jXathville f ...
... Little Koclc
weru Doiure ino nouie committon on
nnrnnrlailont. asklne that tholr doii... i, ndarlv up to tho tlmo when, Mr. Greoloy
more tneciflcally defined. and tho amount Nirocled him to goto Cinctnciiti as his
of tbo.approprlatlon for tholr work be reprosoiiUtlvo; but he boliovcd. In tho
AM VI s-vi
Mr, Sherman from tho comtnittoo on
finance reported with amendments, bouto
bill autborirlng an exchange of registered
bond for coupon bond at amended, The
bill authorize the secretary of the treasu
ry to Issue coupon bondi in exchange for derstood to bo now proposed,
roglsterod bonds, In other respocts of tho the tweed oabk.
tamo clan nnd description, provldod tho New York. Doc. 10. In the court of
expenie cf their Utue be paid by tho own-1 Oyer and Torniinor to-day, after some tlx
r thereof, under mcb regulation! ai tho ortoven motiom In tbo Tweed caso havo
Morelary of tbo treaiury may provide. been denied, Tremaine for tbo prosecution
Cincinnati platform as Mr. Greoloy did,
and would not remain in chargo of tho
Tribune' If that platform woro oppoiodi
and tbo position In which Mr. Greoloy
placed the paper by bit card and his latest
writing were flatly abandoned, as ho un-
St. Louis, Dec. 10 Tho horse disease
continues to Abate although fatal cases oc
cur daily. Probably thcru have been two
hundred deaths altogether sinco It broke
out. All street car companies returned
business partially, nnd full service will be
donu in tho course of u few day 9. Fifth
street lino is not running yet, tbo superin
tendent of that lino beltu"lng modoruto
exercise is beneficial to tho horses, and ho
has not had onu fulul caso In his stable.
Tho transfer companies horses nro also im
proving rapidly. Tho atroots begin to re
sume their wanted look, and business is
Cincinnati, Dec. 10. Flour unchang
ed. Wheat firm at $1 &7(Vc I 58; other
grain unchanged. Cotton firm and un
changed. Whiskey Unit at 00c. Pork
unchanged; bulk muuti quiet llrm ind un
changed; bacon qululnud unchungedicruen
meal huld previous prices, und good de
mand at less. Hogs cteady at 3 70(W,3
SO; bulk nulcs $3 05; receipts 10,539. Lard
quiot, steam 7c; kettlu OJc. River fallen
New Yokk, Dec. 10. Money firm 7 to
1-32. Slock strong. Gold heavy, U2j
112J. Governments dull und tteud.
Matu bundt dull and steady; W U 70J;
Pacific Mail 'J6; Fargo 8'J; American Oli;
U S 81J; Nuw York Central 00; Erie- 53;
pfd 74; U P 371; Luko Shore 04; Pitu
imrg 88; NorthwcH Ex Div 84; pfd Ex
Div 87; Rock Island 110; St Paul fit J;
pfd 771; Wabash 71 J; pfd 83; Ft Wayne
03J; O & M 40J; Del & Lack 02j; Hart
& Kriu BJ; Cential 35; II ii St J 40.
New Oiu.kaNi", Deo. 10, Arrived:
Glusgow and P V Strudor. Departed:
Bismarck. Receipts: Flour 2,005; corn 1,
800; oats'J05; buy 48; bran 189; pone 371;
bacon 00 cask nnd 00 boxes; ham 3,200;
lard 390 tiurcus nnd 245 kegs; whiskey 85;
cotton 3,700. Flour firm SO 25; XX $0
60; low XXX $77 60; good d $7 76
8 25; choice $8 258 70; choice X $910-
60. Corn senrcu, wiiuu sou, .unit supply
light 4C48o. liny scarce, primo $3;
cholco $35. Bran $1 25. Pork oulet but
firmly huld at $14. Bacon firm 5c; sides
0jo7ll0llc. Lard supply light, tierce
p((n)8!e; keg Ul9ju. Cotton lOu,
Sterling 21 j; eight iJ discount.
St. Louia, Deo. 10, Flour quiot and
unchanged. Wheat higher; No 2 spring
$1 03; fall $1 08. Corn stoudy 33c. Oat
a thadn better, 20io track. Barley noth
Ingdii'iK. "Wlilskey tteady 82o. Pork
niiiet; small lott packed 400Jc. Bacon
lower; nloar sides 7jc seller u month.
Lard unchanged. Hol' nuiot S3 5 0(7? 3 85
Chicago, Dec. 10. Flour quiot. Wheat
strong and uctivo, $1 14 cash; f 1 14J
1 148 uecemDer. uorn tteaay ana in
1 moderate demand, 311312o January
32a February; 30o June. Oats quiet nnd
nominal. 244c cash Ucconiuor, 24io Janu
ary; 2r(i)"t0 f eoruary. nye quiet dui
(jo uiu. nanny quiev uus sieauy.
l!elov itandard. illelow high water.
Official. IHO.MA- L, WATSON,
Observer SiK- Ser. U.S.A.
St. Louis, Dec. 10. River stationary;
and but littlo icu running, supposed to bo
a gorge ubovo. Weather clear nnd cold.
Memphis, Dec. 10. Weather cloudy
and damp, und there is indications of snow
river rising slowly. Departed: Jessie,
Wbito river, Lowli, St. Louis,
LouibViLLK, Du. 10. River rising; 4
feet in tho canal; 2 feet in tho chute.
Weather cloudy and damp, thn it disap
pearing fast. Arrived: Robin and barges
tor bvansvllle; Hilly Uollins Marietta.
Uoparted : Billy Collins, Nuw Orleans;
Ajax left mouth of tho Kentucky river
for Pittsburg; Mallio lUgon left samo point
Cincinnati, Dec. 10. River 7 feet 10
inches and falling, A light snow foil to
New Okleank, Dec 10. Arrived; P
W Slradcr, St. Louis. No departures,
Wenther rainy and warm.
ErANaviLLK, Ind., Dec, 15. Cold and
freezing; partly cloudy and clear, .Mercury
35 to40. Wind from Nornhwest, River
has risen three inches, and about station
ary. Sam, J. Hale, New Orleans to Cincin
nati, 4 a. m. Shannon, Now Ortenns to
Ciucinnatl, 10n.ro. S'.ar, to Louisville,
10 a. hi. Eddyville, from Cairo, at 1 p. m.
Quickstep, to Cairo; 5 p. m. Mary Anient,
to Carroltown and return, 5 p. m. Lc
Clair No. 2, Henderson nnd return on
time. Business tolerably fair.
Vick-'HURo, Dec. 1H. Down: II S
Turner and John Kyle. No boat up to
day. Weather clotidv and cool. River
fnPiTTsiiURO, Dnc. 10. Hirer about ntn
tlonary with 3 feet 7 Inches. Snow has
fallen steadily during thu day, and moli
ng this eveoing. Thu present indications
lor moro water aro rather fnvorublo. Tho
Allegheny is yutliag out n glod deal of icu.
Arrived thit a.m. with light trips : Annie,
Cincinnati; Exchange, tit. Louis,
Wariiinoton, Dec. 14 For northwest
nnu upper laKo region, south
westerly to northwesterly wind, in
ruasing pressure, com and partly cloudy
weather, with occasional light snow
and fulling barometer. In tho Gulf und
South Atlantic state northwettly winds,
with high pressure light rain nnd
clutidv w either. Over lower lakes and
Canadian rouion nnd Middle und Eastern
tates southwesterly wind, partly cloudy
weather, diminishing pressure, higher
tomporature. Display ot warning signals
at luko ports havo oeun susponueu lor too
i-AirtiluF nominally.- Cilia Januarr. Pro.
Mr. Sbma alio reported tha home protttttd agalnit further dlay. Assist- rislont quiet but firm, Pork
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
KKNTUCKT JKANO, rjCTRA,
LAROE STOCK OF CAR1-.V.T1NQ
alia Kntlrs- Nmii
VERY LOW FIGURE?.'.
OOKNIaStII BT. AND COMIICBCIAL-AV.,
,.Ptt ",r' ,I,,B"-
Our Home AdvortUerj.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L ARO EST VARIKTT STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of If lnrtnla atreatnstd 'otu
WMIII.MALir: 4'ltot :h
11. 31. HULKiN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nutn,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
And Driller In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EOG9,
VUKSll UU'ITKH, ETC.
63T All Good warranted fresh, and soli!
tt the lowest price.
Corner 0th St. andCommerclalAve.
TjHCiej new system:.
PHICEB FOR CA8U
AT U. C. TUIELEOKE'S STORE
YTAHHINOTON AVENUE, 1IETWEKN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH HTKEETH.
50 lbs. drt Cuba Sugar for - - -550
91 a 11 n 11 ... 1 00
01 rb. A cofleo Sugar, N. Y. Std. 1 oC
4 " Primo Rio Cofleo for - - 1 OC
3J Choice - - 1 ot
3 " Old Government Jara - - OC
Tea and other ttaplo and fancy Groce
ries oqually us cheap.
Goodt now and full wuigbt given. Call
HYLAND & SAUER,
and dkalruh in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Cornor 10th atrectand Commercial aVeiiu)
next door to thu llylaml aaloon,
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
NI. Dt4ltB IN
KioiiTU Sthebt, Between Wabiiinotoa
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjoining Hl'trnbouae and llanny'a
Keep the best or Beat, Pork, Mutton Vral.
l.tinh, Sausage, etc., oil aro prepared to stria
cllitea in lhamottanceptalila manner.
FOR SALE, 1 Eor2! V0li SALE.
70K SALE. J KoJrtllelFOR SALE
Faro from LiVKKrnoL,
Fare from Londcndehht
Fare from Glakoow,
Fare from Qukenbtown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: 4 8 Jo
3Itorili Morrni A Ca , ami
Liverpool Npw.ToiU abd Fblladrlphlt
causa ooaTAicr with chitiu iuhi 110 iitiib
For Carrmg tha Mall
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE,
16 II road wf, Nuw. York, or to
Washington Avno, Oairn. nnia.
,1.,A'f,'.,,,,M', b'twenCommenlaland Wh
NEW MILLINERY GOOD3
L AND WINTEK BTTLKA
llfSlrlfS lull lioeof
BOKNBTB U. HATS
Triinind anil untriininrd,
FHKNO'I FLOWKHS, HIIIHO.N'l, TKIMHINOS)
of ll kinder l.eti, U;., oto.
tr. Mo(!r tin aU,,
tm,cj Arllvlra, nucha
a far lUiorlmfnt n
KUKrs-.HASHKH. KANs. VM'
An I all othrrarlicl usually liiund In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Jim. Meflee, In addition to her tdork of
r uiiey and Jlllllnery (iooiN. hn a tintjune and
ohiiletc iivMiriment of Clnelnnatl Cutom
.Made ltillfo and .MUcs' Mines and Chll
lreli Hoot, lllnrk and in Color-. Tliex;
an- ncknowledKril to he tho finest and hent
Shoe 111 the market, and this is the only
place lu the city that make them a specialty.
SELUNG OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Sivainlrr, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, lclrc to dispoiu of her larg"
und elegant stock of
Immediately. In order to Incillltntc the ale
of her good, .Mrs. Jackson hai determined
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
Ami Ini itea the ladle ol Cairo and vicinity
to call on her if they desire good bargains.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them Inning been selected from
the late lull sUles, hence thu Udlct have a
rare opportunity to purehu-e new and lfh
lohable millinery ut eo-t price. Thu stock
consists ol huta ribhoiii, iluwcrx, hosiery,
tadlfH iinilerweiir. ele.. ele. I Kill tf.
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JOHN B. 1'HLLIS &. SON,
(Hurcusors to John II. fin 1 1 1 .
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. ami OHIO LF.VE
Ceubnt, Plaster Vakib,
PLA8TKKE R'S H A I R,
NO. "1 OHIO I.KVEE, UNDER C1TV KATION
3r"ov tho puriMiso of building up a
vholet..lo trade in Cairo, I will xcll to deal
ith and contractors! In lot of M hnrrcl and
upward, ut manul'acturliiK pricca udillug
Cairo. AllLHt i:i. 1W7'.'.
lINJ AW It I.IUSItlltM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
I WHOLESALB GROCERS,
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds o
Corner Nihbtenth and Poi-lah Sts.,
Uuys and slaughter only the best eattle
hogs and sheep, and la prepared to fill au;
demand for freib meat from one pound to
Un thoutud pouadt.
Oil 10 LIVES
AIM. tvtp constantly on hud a moat com
pleta ttock "f
AND IUIHII Tf iiiskiks
-u in h.-
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLI.IO.
(.'onmitri-ial.sv., Foot of ElrTeata-al
Best quftlltv of Llrno and Cement at.
ways on hand, and fur sale at tha
virr lrft figurn for rath.
V?UU1 I WOOD I i nvvun
HARD AND DRY WOCO
Aa S'hfNip, a ol rhBr
had uny wood dealer In Cairo. Leave ordtr
on the r-Ule at the Pettofllce and at Beta
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth street. Cairo. Bllneli. 1
(rive irood measure and will cord the wad
up If delrcd.
stnyln.tr IIKNNIH IIAI.ET.
DANIEL LAM PERT,
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CULLDRBI,
Eioiitii St., Bt. Com. A Wash.,
Has Just opened a new and stylish ertab-
I.Shnicnt. fuilr un In thn llm.i n.l ImHm
old customer and new, ladles, children satf
all, to favor him with their patroiuM.
t3TAII work done In the Latest RtTlr
Out Lt naraa. Itt
MKAl. EMTATK AUKXC1 .
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LITIS,
UCY AND SXLL RlAL ESTATB,
FURNISil ABSTRACTS OF TITL1
snnjtSinBi K H iM,H'sHWaStnVtBtSttSSI
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DIPCT
13 1 TENTH STKBBT, " "
Uoora. ttuk, Blinds. ManldlntTa,
Save Oalttn, (wtHI WlndnwnaJBjnwaj,
rrams. nMrlnaj, La SB,
LlckU, taUacd Tsansesns,
Mab WclRltM. naak Pttlllwt mm'
1 Blind rMtnlttss, MmmUmg .
r,n, susaans csnii, riMMtia
lnprr, Carpel Tali, WMM
LrAd, LlniMd Oil, Anacrlenai wlndtftj
Ulaaa. Encllsn aadrretaen ,
Plain Ulaaa, Pntty. tttaalefa Timm.
Mower lHti Patent Cnlauaeya
A OKN1H fur Hock Kitfi rapar uomfaar'
J Hheathmir Kll aau uari inui
Tort, Mnderla,Sberrv nnd Catawba AJV Ine
r JMVTII A CO. Mil nclU'lvelj for cash, M
IV, which laot tnv invite ine p"cii
inn l cln liarcain liir.
John' Improvixl Kooflng alarM
S. WALTER 8,
. M .
Corner Twenty-second street
SUPERIOR HTKAM DRIED CORN
Always ou hand, and at the lowest uiarke
price. Also a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at 11A1XLDAY
BROTUtfia, or apply t tha uU. .
tcoctwoa o roat ph arista
"WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 2 Ouio Lkvbb,
K kD on hand consUnllv a fall " ,
Old Kiniuosy llnurbnu. Rve M
WMSAISS. rrsneo praoaiw, -v. - J-
las sad OatUeralaWlass
HARD and SOFT LUMfpLt
o Try dcMrlpllsa,
LATH, SHINGLES, OBDAK FOW
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
isurnlthsd sajrtMl asllas.
CommeroUJ-v, bet. 10tk "'nsto,
. . , CAIRO ILUVOlts
UAH riTTMia. ,
II. T. UEUOULD;
STEA3I AND GASFITTfc
nu filtr' saa flumbsr s asatjr
Biiroi . I lobs AM snale ralts,
' 1 oo5h,eaoa sJtss.sta.
atto tsssr tea
Tntta IlralMra Ptttattt wtjr
Aad Morsuouas. Walls a w-ma
UtWsanw aa4tVRrJ Valre (st