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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1873.
JyllN II. OBKRLY, Editor and Publlslio
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Six monthi bK
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TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberlr lias reduced the subscrlp
on price of the Weekly Caiho Huli.etin
o One Dollar per annum, maxing u m
cheapest paperpubllshcd In Southern Illinois
The next Illinois stato fair will bo held
St. Louis had nlnoty-sovcn deaths from
small-jox lait week.
Tn farmcn of Illinois are In conven
tion at Tooria. Tho meotlng will laat sev
Tuk Bloomlngton Dally 'Liboral' and
tho Feoria 'Transcript' liavo deceased.
Tho former died for want of sustonnnco
and tho lattor was purchased by tho two
other daily papors of Peoria.
Congressman PoRTEji want! tho term
of congressmen extended to four years.
Porter is dabbling with a dolicato subject,
and ono which it would bo as well to
leavo unchangod at present. 'With the
resulU of tho Credit Moblllor and other
investigations beforo their eyes, it is not
likely that tho public will look with favor
on any propositions tending to the exten
sion of tho terms of any public officers.
Durino tho last thirty years, Canada
has moro than twice doubled her numbor
of Inhabitants, counting now two and a
half millions against half n million
a third of a century agD. Sinco the
breaking out of our civil war, sho has
gained at a moro rapid proportion than
wa hare, our incroaso of population hav
ing been thirty-flvo por cent. Her pres
ent rate of growth would givo her, at tbo
end of this century, u population of
Avter a careful canvass the Massa:hu
setts politicians bavo concludod that Sir.
Boiitwell will receive fully threo-fourths
of tha votos cast on the first formal ballot
for United States senator from that stale,
lien. Butler's support of Boutwcll Is con
ceded as having great weight in determin
ing tho strugglo; though ono would sup
pose that tho Oroton grocer who discov
ered that liolo in tho sky, with tbo treas
ury at his back and syndicates by his side,
would havo experienced no troublo in rid.
ing over tho course against tho vacilating(
Trie centennial colobration appears to
be slipping through tho fingers of Phila
delphia. Now York has boen mentioned
as a good placo to celebrate tho hundredth
anniversary of tho nation's birth, and tbo
suggestion has been mado that cvory city
run its own centonnial celebration, and a
newspaper in tbo East is unpatriotic
enough to enquire "why colebralo Fourth
of July, 1870, with any more pomp than
any other Fourth of July?" Tho fact is,
tho peoplo show very littlo interest in the
subject, and the) press, with considorablo
unanimity, is opposed to any appropria
tion being mado for tho purposo by congress.
Is tho Unltod States senate, u low days
since, in tho debate on the bill for the fur
ther endowment and support of colleges,
etc., etc., It was noticeablo that ttwas de
fended at every stop by the New Ennland
senators, and tho objections urged by "West,
ern Radicals,, whon put in shupo, wore
voted down. Now England has dotor
rnined that horcontrol of the country shall
not pass away. Senator Hamilton caid
that this bill was tho Incipient step to tho
exercise of governmental control over
the oducational systom of tho
country, tho inonoy being glvon dlroctly
to tbo schools instead of tho statos. Now
England sees in this control the means of
perpetuating her power, and this measure,
which of courso will bo passed, will ono
day be citei as a precedent for tho diroct
interference of congress In carrying out a
settled and organized plan of New Eng
land to control indirectly, but nut the lets
potently, the education of tbo youth of the
country up to her peculiar Ilea through
her school books, and this, too, whilo en
joying the political power arising from it,
which she will take good caro to inaugu
rate to her own interests.
this effort virtually ccncolcs tho point nt
Tho 'Uhron clo' declares that "tho
committee of Investigation transcends its
authority wnon it inquires into tuo privaio
atlalr or politicians." .Now tno oiocuon
of a senator is in no sonso of tho phraso "a
prlvato atlalr;" on tho contrary, it Is ono
in which tho peoplo of tho stnlo nnd tho
people of tho country havo tho deepest in
terest. It is n public atlalr, and tho pub
lic havo an absolute right to know what
moans aro omployod by tbo successful
candidate to BQcuro his election. If ho
has distributed money among tho mem
ber of tho legislature, tho public should
know tho namos of thoso who sold tholr
votos II ho has received monoy for dis
tribution, tho public Bhould know who
furnished at, and what was tho considera
tion involved. In theso degenerato dayi,
whon ollloos and legislation nro brought
Into tho markot and disposed of to tho
highest blddor, neituor tnoiullor nor tno
purchaser can consistently object to nn
impartial examination of tno transaction.
Durant holds this sensiblo opinion, and Inn
testified accordingly. Ho says, under
oath, that after dotnands repeated so
ofton nnd so persistently that thoy
bcamo annoying, ho gavu two chocks of
$500 each, mado payublo to tho order nf
Harlan lilmselt; that llicso chocks wero
given in rosponso to tho personal solicita
tions of Harlan ; that tbo undemanding
was that tho monoy would bo mod to as
sist tho election of Harlan, and that bo
Durant had largo interests in Iowa,
identical with thoso ot tho Union Pacific
railway, which Harlan's protenco in tho
suiialu would materially Improve. Wo do
not seo how n case can bo any
plainer than is this one. Harlan
cays to Duron t: "Ton Imtu u
nico axo to grind ; givo mo $10,000 and I.
in my senatorial capacity, will grind it.'1
Durant pas.es over his checks for tho
amount, Harlan receives them, and there
by pledges himself to fulfil his portion of
IliO contract. It makes no sort of diH'er
unco whether he puts tho cash in his pock
et, or uses it to pay hotel bills, whisky nnd
oignr bills, or to buy voles. It is :i bribe
known to bo audi by Lot!) parties en
gaged, and deserves whulovcr.punishincnt
attaches to bribery.
Tho 'ChronlcluVnlca is worst than idle,
and will bo regarded by tho country as
nothing Ies thuti nn open ncluiowledg
ment of thu charges proicrrcd nguiiut the
proprietor of that journal. It la not like
ly that Harlan can nuiko any better de
fence buloro tno committee luau ho lias
duno in print, and if ho cannot, what doos
tlio senalo proposo to do about It i Will
tho "slush" taker bo allowed to remain in
tho body insulted by his presence? If be
is, thou let It bo understood, hereafter,
mat bribery and corruption aro oll'ijines
which do not diiturb tho moral sense of
the sonato, and dUpenso foruvor with nil
investigations. Hurlun await, judgment,
and if that judgment sinks into n mere
farce, then his brother senators deliberate
ly indorse and as deliberately share his
Whilo on this subject, it may bo appro
priate to express our regret that tho com
niittcodid not ruin thoir inquiries in rn
gar dto Harlan's connection with Durant
a littlo further. They might havo asked
Durant whothor ho did not. to all intents
and purpose, own Harlan when tho lattor
was secretary ot tno interior: wholher
Harlan did not ujo his official position to
delay tno construction ot tno Kansas
I'liciflc railway, so that Durant could got
the Union Pacific to tho one-hundredth
meridian first, nnd reap tho ndvaii
tugcs there! ; wlietlicr Harlan did not
at ono timo refuse to order tl.o Isouanco
of government bonds to tho Kansas
Pacific, nnd when directed to do to by
President Johnson, whothor ho did not
obtain $10,000 for doing what ho was in
duty bound to do for nothing. Thu part
nership between Durant and Harlan is of
long duration, and if its history is ovur
fully written up, n deal of light will bo
thrown upon modern Amorlcan politics
NEWS PAP BR PAILURES.
J! ANY OF
THE HAJtLAN CASE.
(From the St. Louis Republican. )
Tho Hon. James Harlan, more fortu
nate than the rest of his senutonal
brotherhood, has a iiBwinnrxir .r m.
It is tbo chief business of this pupsr to
attend to the inter, kii nt h. ,,.,..,...,..
, , - ' - ,'iv'iigiu
by seeing that the numerous merits of
miii proprietor are Kept before the public,
and bis detlulencieaif mv .n,.ii ......
re kept so fur in the background thut
mcj w.uiiui uo uncovered by even the
barf t pair ol spectacles. The Harlan
an org n, however, li riot omniscient, ard
cncimiuuntlv did nnt l-nn. ii.
Duros would teitify j rulution to tbo
Iowa aiusn lunu. iiie Ignorance, together
wit., a iuu.iij ...ia.uio'ji pmmu) astonish
snent, is vlslb!o In the Washington
ChronlcloV article of Thursday last
which attempted to break the force of the
bombshell recently exploded under the
chair of the illustrious senator. There ii
no argument t all -nothing but a ridlsu.
leut effort to dodgo tbo question; and
In a rocont address beforo tho Tress As
sociation of Tonncs.ee, Gen. Uoorgo P.
Jones ot the Nashvillo 'Union and
American,' gavo tho followingstruthful
hints about the cause of nawspuper inor-
"Wo do too much work without compen
sation. Wo pay too much money with
out any return whatover. AVo establish
an olomosynary institution at our own
expense Wo keep a charitv school on
our own hook. Wo conduct 'business as if
wo owo everything to tho public, and tho
public are not indebted to us a farthing.
Wa aro proyed upon by tho sharpers
and innocent alike. "Wo ndvertUo
gratuitiously every week, when wo should
liavo the monoy Tor It. rho general pub
lic are entirely ignorant nrobnblv via
ourselvos aro not nwaro of thu full ..iimt
to which newspapers aro burdened by this
ui.iuiuu. urnui upon meir resource. It
insinuates itself in every conceivable.
form. It docs it throuuh rniinrltira.
through agents, through correspondent?,
tnrougn editors, through. bu.iness
managers, through pronriotors. nnd
gonerally, too, with as much
disadvantage to tho public ns
to tho press. There is not business,
from tho disposer of ginger cakes nnd oi.
dr, to tho largest manufactory, which
win noi uuvorutu witii you gratis which
will, if you li.ten to it, endeavor to con
vince you thut it is your dutv to th ii mill.
lio to do so. There ii not an aspirant for
public position and wbo:i I contemplate
tho numbers of these. I oxnorlom ii mi
overwhelming sense' of amazement and
disgust from constable to tho senate of
the Union, who rtocsnot conscientiously
believe it to bo the imperative duly of the
prnsi. daily nnd weckiv to sneak, with .
pen of telescopic power, of his microscopic
descrvings, Even that army of
strollers, who miest tlio country
nnd tho peoplo its a tort of
itatlon of provldeiico for our iniquities
itum wiu eireei-eornor seller ot prize
candy or magic oil, to tho operatic iui.
pre.sarin, will expect you to write un In-
uuunlle number of ediloriuls on u three
.quare advertisement inserted for five day
changeable daily, without charge. We
aro required to write up, urge up and put
through ev.-ry enterprise, grt-at or siuull,
that seems to have u nos.iblu connection
with the public, llut wo never bear of a
share of stock or nf a dividend. The
cnurcn, ni8 stato commerce, Industry, art,
invention and humbug ullku ttm lit in.
gard thu press as their servitors, mid to be
run nnd sustained for their udvantugo.
There is it lino of deraarkution, in all
those things, between public di-iimnd, pub
lic utility, uowspapur duty and individual
gain, ino nno mould bo defined and
um ui hi reaiuy it is, mo dead lino. Not
u iBiier nor a tpaco, nor n figure, nur a
comma, nor a period nothing of nil the
Innumerable particles that enter into the
Turin and structuro of a dully or weekly
riwipiipr Is there that is picked up md
put down does not cost cah money. Not
a revolution of the press, notu tquuro inch
of paper, that does not cost something In
C i ,", Thl ,10U,a l' understood by tho
public. It It is not, its correlutivu should
be practiced by tho press. I do not
mean that tho press should abandon Its
position of being th foremost charitable
Institution to tho word, It should hold
to that, for its munificent liberality, after
purging Itself of iilnetecn.twontloths of
tbo daily swindles practlcod upon it, will
oxcecu mat of any other business.
To get rid of this stupendous fraud ol
gratuitous advertising, this cancor, cankor,
call it nnylhlng, provided you soloct an
oplthot that will charnctorizo it strong
enough I can prcscribo no other rulo
than this: Put voluntarily and without
chargo nil' and ovorything Into your
paper which you deem advantageous to it,
being benoficial to tho public. All else
exclude, being of ndvantogo to those who
wish to mako monoy upon your capital
nnd enterprise. Hold your
spaco nt its value Fix your
rates nt a fair prico for your circula
tion, and ndhoro to thorn. Fair dealing
will accomplish moro than foul, at ail
times and everywhere. For bo It known
that tho Amorlcan press Is not a vampire,
to bo constantly suckina iholifo blood out
of tlio people. It ha n vastly higher mis
sionbut it should nlso bo known that It
will not longor bo mado the victim of tho
thousands of vnmpiros that como daily to
the' counters, in ovcry concoivnbio gari,
to liavo Its lifo blood incontinently sucked
Paulino Markham is with hor old
Madamo Goldschmldt recently sang
inaino American chnpel nt r lorenco.
Mrs. Anna ii. Pomoroy, divorced
from "Brick," has bought in tho Pomoroy
buuuing nt liiturosse, to sccuro Her nil
Ex-Governor Heed of Florida, has cn
tcrod into tho rural pursuits of ugricul
turo on his farm across tho St. John's
Goorgo Crulkshank, who Illustrates
London society and Homo othor pcrlodr
cats, isn't tho old gentleman of well'
earned renown, buta grand-ncphow.
Ellen F. Hammond, M. 1)., daughter
of tho venerable Dr. James Hammond of
Killingly, Connecticut, has commonccd
tbo practice of mediclno in Hartford.
Only ii Kansas editor would bo guilty
of saying thut Mlts Hunt of Kansas, is
clerk of the huusu of representatives, and
has a voice like a tin-pan pounded by a
In tho bright lexicon of Harry Meigs,
tho ruilroad king of Peru, ox-railroad
king of California, there is again such u
word ns fail, and tho liabilities aro several
The Chicago 'Post' man says : "Mrs.
Moulton, the sweet Boston singer, has
temporarily lost her voico. It is tlio way
with all tingiiig.blrds. They can't sing
when they are Aloullon."
1'liu Prihco du I.ynar, tho now Ger
man secretary ot legation at Purls, whs
for sometime in this city, where ho was
murried to ono of Columbus' fair
daughters. Columbus Journal.
Col. Jennison of Kansas, having
failed in hit candidature fur tbo state
senate, bus reopened Ills gambling-hell in
Leavenworth, and expects to mako al
most us much money us if ho had get a
Mr. "Fisbor of Harrisonville, N. II.,
sing "Hush, my babe," to her Inlant
son William, who measures twelve months
ono way, unit ono hundred pounds tho
othor. Sho should spank him with u pile
driver. Santa Anna's namo is onco moro men
tioned. Ilu is said to he expected at Vera
Crti!!. "We should say that a man nearly
eighty years old has reason to think him
self expected in quite a dill'orent quarter.
Tho rumor is current in Now Jersoy
society thnt Hamilton Fish, Jr., son of the
sccrotary of state, is soon to bo married to
Miss Gertrudo Frolinghuyscn, daughter of
Senator Frederick T. Fre'linghuysen.
It is slated that on tho lato anniver
sary of Prince Albert's death Queen Vic
toria pormittod tho "Windsor band to play
for thu first time slnco tlio lot) of her con
sort. They must havo boon u littlo out of
Tho Fronch count that married tho
bollo of Haverhill, Massachusetts, who
nursed him through tho small-pox, has
quite recovered, and will soon bo strong
enough to wavo tho napkin, strop tho
razor and cry "next."
Tlio only sistor of Edirar A. I'on is
living at Hicks' Landing, on Jnmes Klvor,
Virginia, in a stato of tbo utmost novflrtr.
Sho is an invalid, holplcss. except as to
hor hands, and without tho ordinary com
forts of a homo.
-Miss Minnio Shorman, daughter of
Gen. "W. T. Sherman, sailed for Europe
lust week with Mrs. E. M. Ebbs and fam
ily of Washington, D. C. Tho absenco of
Mifs Sherman will leave a void this win
ter In society at tho capital.
For Sale at "Wholesale or Retail.
COIlNnK 32D-8TKEET AND OIIIO LF.VEi
Has returned to Cairo
t;iku contracts tor
and Is prepared to
ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS
And o-pocialiy refers lo his past record In
Cairo an a builder.
llfadquartci-s at It. II. Cunningham',
Comiiii'ieial aeniie. Reference tolieed.V
Maun, it. II. Cuimlugluin and .Mm Wood,
roil LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
EiniiTii St., ISt. Com. &. Wash,,
lias Ju.t opened a new and ntvIWi estab.
iivnmeiit, fully up to the times, mid Invites
ui i i-uMuiMi-rii ami new, lainef, children and
all, to luor him with their patronage.
EST All work done In tbo Latest Stylo
CAIRO it VINCHNNKS II. R. CO.
Attounky'h orncn, 1
llAiiiiiMiuito, Ills,, Jan. 17, lbT.I. J
.otleu Is hereby given that all the uotek
ami lionds given f.y Individuals as Miborii.
Iloiisto tlio Cairo ,v Vlncennes railroad
company are now In my hamU for collection.
I he eomiKinv Is ilfflrnn. nt' ..ic-in.. ,i,
bi -lnes at an early day as practicable, and
II is hoped thut all per.ons who have execu
ted notes or bonds to the company will bo
lil..!!'!,..! ,rt t ..!.. I II ...
prepared to settle up when called upon
by inynelf or ngeiit. Ghkk.n h, m
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Bf lie the Rharteat Honto
KIsbly'MllM the Stsorteat Hotst
TO ST- LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OAIIS
FROM CAIltO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
om canto to
Cincinnati, .. lisnapolls, Toledo,
Oetrnit, ClerelHiid, MKr Fills
llullalo, I'Kl.huiB, Wuhlngton.
Uallimore, 'I'hlUilrlphla, New York.
Boston and all points t.
Mltwaukle, JanesTllle, Madison.
LaCroase, Bt. I'aul and all points north.
This Is also the only direct route to
Decatur, Moomlngton, HpringMd,
I'corla, Qiilncr, Keokuk,
Burlington, Kock Island, La Salle,
Mendota, Illxon, Freeport,
Ualcna, Dubuque, Hloui City,
Omaha and alt polnta northwest,
Elegant Drawing Room Slocplng Ca"
un an nigni xraini.
llIRge Checked to all Important points.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. C, R.R
depot at alro; on board tno transit ateamer be
twpmi Columtiua and Cairo, and at the prlncipi
railroa I ticket offices throughout the south.
W. 1 JOHNSON, Oen'l PM. Ag't, Chica0.
A. MircniLL, Oen'l Sup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and aftor Monday, April 24th, 1872
trains will run as follows:
Tl-i ooixo lODtlirilT.
beare Viriinia 0.40 a. m liSip.m.
' Hprlnnfield 9:0 " 3:00 "
,' Taylorfllle 10 6 " 6. 8
Arrive at 1'ana.. 11.46 S.IT
luiisi uoiMO aoainwrnT.
Lrare Tana 4.ini n. m .1 35 a, m
" Tailnrvilli- 4 4D " 4 6 "
Arrive at 8ppi'Kflld...6.n " .() "
I.eme tjprmifleld. !.6 " 6 10 "
Arnraat Virginia 8.6 11 H.15 '
TIlAlNa OOINO aOCTIKlST,
Lenre Flgood 5.30 a. in. ....10.10 p.ir
" Flora 8.6 ' 11.40 "
Arrive at Shawneet'n .3S " S It
D I A LIS IS
0 RO C KRIES,
H T C.
1IYLAND & SAUEIt,
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenuj
uexi uoor to me uyianu saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DtiLta IN
EiauTii Street, Between Wasuinotob
and Commercial Avenceb,
AdJolnlBB Ut'.lenhoase sod Ilanny'a
Keep the teat or Ueet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sauage, etc, nd are prepared to aarye
cltttene In the moat acceptable manner.
In order to make room for their SPUING
OOLDSTINE & ROSE-WATER
Our Home Advertisers.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
Have determined to oiler their
ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND
ACTUAL COST PRICE !
and the Announcement is made iu Good
1-ultli. ow Is ttii time to itet
In all kinds of
The people are invited to call at GOLD.
si i-i b a Jiust-i WAir.it a and
HOME TBADE !
Butcher and Dealer in all Kinds or
Corner Ninktenth and Tot-lar Sts.,
Iluys and slaughters only the best eatllo
lion's and Hhecp, and Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meat from one pound to
ten tlioiinand pound.
J. C. HUELS ,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
BLANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinila ot
nillnR done at short notice. HIMes, MukIc,
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat and
at the lowest possible rates.
Fee Hooks. Ulankg, etc., mado a 'ipeclality'
iumci j)uu, envelopes, etc.,
made to order ll-m tf.
CAIRO CITY COAL
U preparnd to Hitpplv ouitomor with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDEltS left at Halliday liros, otllcc, 7
OHIO LEVKK, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charlea Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "JIontauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
l'ARKEtt A HLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty, DeiiBlnr, Uaaollne,
Aii'l the celebrated illumlnatlm
DIlOaB'LUILDINO, CCF llTO ST. 4 COM
Cairo .... Ilinoh.
No. 104 Commercia Avenue,
I'renrh, Scotch und American eai.slmcrcs
of all colors, and beaver and broadcloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up In'tho
And at the lowest price. A fine lit and llrst
cla work Guaranteed. Satisfaction in ev
Attorney U. it V. K, It. j
WUUi I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The underslxaeil will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am CitMsp, II ssol Cheaper
bad any wood dealer In Cairo, Leave order
on tho ulates at tho Postolllco and at Hon
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
J enth and twelfth streeu, Cairo. Illinois. 1
Klvo Kood measure and will cord tha wood
auglO-tr DENNIS HALEY,
MR 11 11 A MTU.
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
And Aeuta ot
ntO RIVER ANU KANAWHA
H. T. UEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oaa Fitter's ami Hlumlier'a material, Wood
pumi , nlol anl aoKle valTa, atop
cocUa, check rama, etc.
also autai roi
Tntta Brothers Patterns Dry Mt r
Anil Morenouae, Wolla A Co'R Automatic Water
Indlcalur and Supply Valte for etoam bollera.
iWTKR'a nr.onit. (invumn it.-vicMn
MISS M. J. CAIiSOa
Wishes to call attention to her xtorkofTovN,
Notions and Fancy Hood and Staple Arti
cle vonaNiiiiK ol Dolls iu great variety,
Ladles' Work-boxes ot lino quality, Wrltlni?
Desks, Children's Dishes, Toy Wujoim, Doll
1 ilKBies, llnbbyllori.fi., Flue Sitter-plated
U are on .Nickel Silver, Fine Table-knlves,
Knapkln ltliiBs, China Vanes, and a good ce
IW.1?." .. of. . t:leai Jewelry. AUo line
Call Hells, I'lcturcNand l'k-ttiro Frames, and
many oilier articles too numerous to men
tion. All are Invited to call. No. 150 Com.
merclal avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
Corner Twenty-second atrest and Ohio
SUPEKIOR BTEAM DRIED COKN
Always on hand, and at the lowest marke
price. Also a good article of
miTiiVr?i Lv ordera at HALLIDAY
10-2dtt r 7 ' UU1,
. Schuh. j-
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Z. D. IIATBUSa.. b. o .Ulll
MATI1USS & UIIL,
C 0 M M I S 3 I ON M E It C HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Huceestors to K. I). IIndrict A Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
tMr- fc Liberal Adfaneemeula made 2ff
BraV upon ConilnnmenU. Btf
Are prepared to reeeite, afore aad torward
frelghtf lo all polnla and )f and
aell on commiesloo,
Wllunine attended to promptly;
S. D. AYEKH. E. J. AYEII8.
AYERS Si CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND PKAI.KU I!
131 ATT, OATS,
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
iBuccesaora to John II. Phlllia,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cou. TENTH -ST. and OHIO LEVE
G. M. ALDEX,
Late of Thomas & Aldeu,
A N II
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, Ac.
No, 135 Ohio Leveh, Cairo.
JSTCash advances on floods on slht.
ItKPKltENCEs: City National Hank of
Cairn, Flrt National Hank or Chlcauo.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee', CAIRO, ILLLNOI8.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LSVU,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
OKTWBEN VfABU'N AVENUE AND WALNU1
Dr. II. K. rieldi Infnrma tne public that he his
LIVERY S T A It L E,
on.the northwest aide of Tenth atreft as nimo
(lis B'ablea will lie furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may he accommodated at at
hour of the day and night with tale teams
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Field asks a share nf public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention to bus'
JtEMIS, JJIiOWN & CO.,
Auents Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee. Cairo. Ills.
On Commercial avenue,' botween Twellth
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND GOOD BOOMS AND
THE VEUY BIST OF BEDS
.A.T THIS HOUSE:
Transient ratrcuage Solicited.
Mts. Ellen McCarthy, Propr.