THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1873.
JulIN II. OUEIILY, Editor nd Fuhllshc
TKRMS OF THE DAILY HULLETIN
On wasrit, by carrier $ 2S
Oitysirby carrier, Inadvsuco 10 00
On far by carrier II not ptid In
adTftnee 12 00
tat south, by mall 1 oo
litre months n oo
tlx months ft 2ft
One year 10 00
TIIK DOLLAR WEEKLY IWLLETIN
John II. Oberly has reduced the sulucrlp
on price of the Wekki.y CAino Hih.i.ktis
One Dollar per nnnnm, making It tho
heapeit paperpuhtllicd In Southern Illlnol
It Ii "rumofid'' In Sirlnc;flold that
Grant has offered Yates a territorial gov
ernililp, and that Yatoi has tho fame
Tut town of .Metropolis wants n daily
mall from lome point on tho Cairo ft Vln
cennri railroad. Two routes nro suggest
cd one from Vlonna and tlm otlirr from
Grand Chain station.
S. TV. Dokiev, elected United States
tenntor from Arkansas, In tho place of
Senator Rice, whoso term expires on tlio
4th of March next, la laid to have been
elected fairly and squarcly,wlthout bribing
or buying aainglo legislator. Has tho
political mlllonium dawned in Arkansas?
Tns "Ku-klux" caio;of Southern Illl
noil are to be investigated by tho United
Statei grand jury thii week-. The mur
der of old man Vanell in Williamson
county, which occurrod about n year ago,
and which ii still fresh in tho minds of
our readers, is Included in theso "Ku-klux
casts," we believe. Got. 1'almor has been
employed by the prisoners accused.
A strono effort is being made In tl.e
Kansas legislature to provont tho re
election of Pomeroy ns United Statei sen
ator. Seventy-nine out of ono hundred
and tbirty-two representatives, layi
e, letter from the stata capital to
tho Chicago 'Tribune,' aro Loldlng
caucussoi nightly and pledging
themselves to resist his re-olection. Ti.o
exposures of the Caldwell invcitlgation at
Washington point to the expulsion of that
gentleman from the United Statei scnato,
and the opposition toward l'omoroy cxhil
king itself in the legislature, foreshadows
the overthrow of the corrupt managers of
Kansas politics. Tho sign is a healthy one,
and will be welcotnod by tho pooplo of
Kansas, as well as of othor statei, with n
sensation of genuine rolief. Tha domina
tion of iuch men as l'omeroy and Cald
well in Kansxs, and thoir lika in too
many other states, has beon endured too
long. Their ipecdy topplo and full will
not uproot the mischlnvous mods thoir ex
ample has sown, nor wipe away tho re
proach thoir corruption brings upon the
country. It can only prove that the
American people as a body do not encour
age public nor private dishonesty, and to
prove this efl'ectually, tho dlsgraco of such
men as Caldwell and many ottiors ''too
numerous to mention," should be quick
If anything were wanting to provo that
he deiorvei to pay tho ponalty of hit
crime, it Ii surely mppliod by his brlof
and tarriblo confession prior to hit trial.
pox Ii qulto prevalent
among noaHMskillici about Caledonia.
Mr. Thomas Tush of Ullln, died last
Sunday ol consumption, ngea forly-llvo
years. Mound City Journal.
Nearly nil the cases of typhoid fever
and pnoumonla in town nro convalescent,
and si "knen is sotnnwhat nbntlng in tills
ectlon. Johnson County Herald.
Win. Lackey, Sr., died at Ills resl
dctico noar Pulaski last Monday. .Mr. L.
was ono of tho prominent leading tncii in
tho county for many years, ntid his death
will bo univcriully rogrottod. .Mound
l'ork has boon rolling into Urayvillo
In largo quantities, during tho past week,
and still is coming. Uruyvillo is, prob
ably, tho largest pork market In upper
Kgypt. Tho price for good pork is $4 per
hundred pounds. Urayvillo Indepen
County court was in session this
woofc, ull tho judge, Hrovrn, llollncr and
Kdson, being present. The principal
business was to sottlii with tlio sbcrill'nnd
inspect his bond. Everything ireltig found
satisfactory, tlio new collector's bond was
accepted in tho sum of $30,0k)0. Tho tax
book will bo turned over to tho therill'
next week, for tho collection of tho taxes
of l87. Mound City .Journal.
The tiumorous friends and acquaintan
ces of Rev. W. S. U. Walker, who was
minister of tho Methodist Episcopal
church of this place for ten ears, will be
p lined to learn that holt no more. Mr
Walker died nt MeLeansboro, his place of
residence, on Tuesday last, of quinsy. In
his death his fnmllv lojo a kind and nlTec-
tlounto husband and father, tho commu
nity in which he lived a noblo citizen anil
an excellent member of societv, and the
Methodist church of Southern Illinois an
ablo and poworful colleague. Marion
It stotns from reports that the epizo
ollc has got into the families of several
f irmors in tlio neighborhood ot Sulphur
Springs, In this county. Mr. Lewis West
brook and John Westbrook have beon
conlied to their roomt for several days,
an I tho nttonding physicians pronounce
thi-lr illness tlio worst kind of cases of the
epizootic. Wo nro also informed tuat
anothor brother of Mr. Frank Westbrook
of this city, who resides in Salmo county,
was taken with tho disease a fow days ago
and dlod In very short time. Wo also
hoar of tho disease among other families iu
different parts of tho county. Marion
Wo regret to learn of tho contem
plated departure from this city of Thomas
l, John, and Knos K. Kerr, with their
parents, Mr. nml .Mrs. Enos Kerr. The
latter go to Missouri to roido with a
daughter. Tlie brothers, who have
worki d in this city several years so ad
mirably together, will separate and go ia
different directions. Thos. F. will g into
the sawmill business at some jioint not
yet fully determined on. John has pur
chased a third Interest in the large mill
at Unity of Mr. Win. Djuglierty, and will
apply himself to that. Knos. E. will go
into businots at Cairo. Tho brothers yet
retain n largo but not controlling interest
In tho Mound City Hub, Spoko and Fel
loe factory. Mound City Journal.
A RUIXED FAMILY.
Another murderer has "cuureised," and
the pages of the dally newspapers aro
again stained with the record of n crime,
which, for cruelty and cold-blooded hcart
lesincss, standi almost alone. A young
man by the name of Chainborlain, "peni
tent and anxious to cleanse his loul of a sin
red with tho primal curso of man," tolls
how, on tho 8th of tho present month,
after all tho inmates of his father's homo
had retired, he got up from his bed, pot.
tested hirasolf of an old, Enfield rifle, und
ammunition, unlocked the door and
wont out into tho night. AVhen some dis
lance from tho houso, ho loaded tho rifle,
putting in throe balls. Ho thon wont
on toward the house of a lonely old man,
named McUonnoughoy. Through tho
window, he saw tho old man sitting near
tha fireplace with his back toward tie
window, unconscious of tha nearness of
hii Healthy murderer. Without any de
liberatiou.tbo young man look his stand in
the mow, aimed and flrod, and without
topping to seo tho rosult, went back
home, put away the riflo und wont to bed.
rm a a .
uuay no went back to tho houio
of his victim, whom ha found lying on the
floor, deal and purtly burnt. Ho robbed
tho body of two" pocket-books, containing,
in all, tho lum of sovonty-two dollars, and
returning horn?, burnt the pockot-booki
and put tho money in his own. Thii
' tbe substanco or tho
young uian'i confession, not much
briefer than the words In which he
himself related it. There Ii no palliating
circumstance ; no excuso of mddon pas
bn; no hint of Injury dono tho aisaisln
by his vlctiiu j no possible ploa of tern
porary insanity 5" no motive confessed
or urged except that of avaricious groed
for tho paltry contents of tho old man'
poekot-br.'ik. And after tho murderer'i
arrost, and before his confession, fearful
that the money for which ho had commit
ted the deed, might become the most pow
rful witness against him, he chewed it
flno and iwallowod it, thui literally eating
the fruit of hit wrotohed crime. The
murderer ii in jail at Cleveland, Ohio,
near where the crime wai oorainltted, and
CAKEKR OF EDWARD
From the Chicago Tribune.
The career of Edward S. Stokes, now
under sentence of death for tho murder ol
Jumes Fi.k, may bo fuily given n i.
luttruting how deeply u great crime
strikes among the innocent victims, mid
that wealth, culture, and standing nro 110
safeguards against the ladde.t vicissitude,
of limnun experience. It Is ruru tliat u
roferenco ot tuis kind Include, suffurtirs of
liku high prominence, fur theru aro no bet
ter names in New York or 1'liiladolpliia
limn those bornu by person striukcU ii.
In the year 1838, Edward S. Stokes, a
successful cloth merchant of Now York,
and nearly connected with ume of the
most prominent representative of tbu
waalth and beiielieenco of that city, re
tired with a handsome competency.
Eight year previously lie had married u
Miss Stiles, u daughter of 11 lending Fiiiln
dolpliian, and, reeking 11 homo of en.e und
elegance, Mr. Stoke, chose l'lnladelpliin
as His future residence There in. eldest
.011 was born In ItilM, and named Edward
Stile, niter u maternal relative. Tlio lad
wus it boy of unu.ual beauty und promise,
a quick, uctive mind, 11 generous und lov
ing disposition, these Unit, being remem
bered well after tui lap.-o of vear by those
who know him nt that nine. Two daugh
ters und two other son were born iu lliu
period between 1810 und 18J0. Tlio fam
ily is recalled as being rarely endowed
with nil tliut seemed needed to in mini t Iu.
happiness of u household. The homo wu.
ono of wealth und luxury, tho eulturo of
Edward was educated at the univorsitj',
and took high rank us it scholar. Ho went
to New York at the ago of luveutein, to
entur into tho stnru of Samuel 1'errv, on
South Water street, an extensive cheese
dealer. Perry fulled three years lulur,
and young Stokes made a new partnership
with a junior of the collapsed home, and
they, us Stokos and Hudlong, opened 11
cheesi store on Vesoy street. They had
cxcellout success, their foreign shipping
trade being very large. calling
Stokes to visit Luropuiovernl times within
the next few masons. About this time
the senior Stokes was induced to remove
to New i..rk. wht.ru ho mudo his oiuVu
with hi son, though not originally in
tending to become untangled in businem
Such was the remit however. nil i,t ,,,i.i
were the father, but othur prominent
nn.u, ic mures, graouauy out heavily
Involvel In tho extended venture of
Stokes Jc Hudlong. The failure of tho
firm followed, and tlio fsther und son
:mj mruiin into uankruptcv.
Will, .1 1. .....
employed by ovon tnoro scrupulous rail
way manager than lie," supplied
by his corporation, in transportation
uud control ot market, as tho Erju was tbu
great morougiilaru tollio oil regions. t
compact wus struck. Pisk entered tho re
Unery company, reinforced its capital, and
Willi u cliuugo or name una lieavy "draw'
backs" on tho Erie freight bill, tho Hunt
or's Point rollnory sailed strongly into
successful competition, otnkcs was sou
rutary as well as partner. At ono timu
his profit) from tho refinery gavo hi 111
$1,000 per week,
In lMSt, Stokes married tho daughter ol
J. W. Southwlck, 11 prominent furniture
dealer Iu New York, ono of tho oldest in
hi line in Unit city. A short timu ainco
one of our oldest residents showed us 11 set
of lurnituri', 11 wedding outllt brought to
Chicago In 1830, bought of Mr. south
wick, who is now 11 man of immense
wealth, mid still In nctivo buslnosa Iu 11
great flro.idwiiy establishment. Tho wed
ding or Stokes with .Miss Southwiil
seemed to lack nothing Unit wealth, tiosl
Hons, and social surroundings could bring
to insure happiness. They mudo their
sumptuous homo iu tbu Hotl'mati house,
ami moved among tlio most brilliant life
of tlio metropolis.
The next seeno in tlio drama brings tlio
uuamous woman Jinuiiicld Into tnu plot.
Solomon described lier many centuries
ago, und wo fear Solomon knew what ho
was writing about. Hut this painting has
never oeen surpassed, una it somebody
could hvu slipped into Stokes mind tills
llttlo IHHl llurtr.lit. Illildn two tli'mMum!
years ago, of .losophino .Mailt Held und her
iniamous sisters, It miglit liavu spared
community tho fruits of tho new nenaut-
iince. Hero nro kiiiio of the wise man's
colorings of his subject.
She lleth In watt u for a prey, und In
urvarcili the tr.in''i colons among men.
Her leet go down to ilea h ; her steps laku
iiuiu tii lien.
Her houe Inclliieth into death, nml her
path" Into tho dead. .None that go In unto
nei return again.
He goeth alter her stralfhiv.iv. ns anox
goeth to the slaughter.
.-he Inith eat iloivn many wounded, vm
many strong men hate been l.iln by her!
Her lioll-e U tho way to hell, goliig down
to the chamber, ot death.
The dead are there. Her l-Ui'.N ntv In tin
diplh or Hell.
And just precisely that happened which
the Sou Dnt id nn-dlcted : from tbu hous.o
of the harlot the pitth turned downward.
A quarrel between Fisk and Mokes fol
lowed. It was carried into affairs of busl-
ness. Fisk refused to allow the Hunter'
Point concern to make a dividend, and
thus cut od' Stoke' supplies. The ills-
graceful relation with .Munstiold became
more shamelen, and tho father-in-law,
Soutbwick, ,ent his daughter and her
child to Europe early iu 131, to rumovo
her from the scene of tho scandal. Stokt s.
enraged at Fisk, used hi position as socr
tary to collect $3d,000 fro.i. Dvih1, an oil
mervbaat, which sum be held openly and
defiantly as his share of the profit. " Fisk
caused his arrest on a criminal charge.
Stokes turned to his wealthy relitites.
No one wvuld bail him, and he'was forced,
to make term und submit, and refund the
money. His relations to Fisk were bitter,
and out of the intensity of the evil pasmns
and criminatities ot" his positiua uitb
Maristleld grew murder. Turn to Solo
mon agtin, and there is no mytterv in the I
ohain of sequccce-i, it ii said that the same j
steamer that took out to EiroExs th tnur.
der ot frisk by Stokes carried a divoreo
procured by Cer family for hi wife who
still remaiu. abroad.
The story of family grief and reverses is
not all told. The semor stokes, after
thirty years of retirement and enjoyment
of a luxurious bome,is bankrupt and Uome
less tn his oU age. Oae of the daughters
died two week after marriage. The
second daughter, the wife of a Mr. Suttun,
attached herself so strongly to the for
tune of her brother that her hustana
discarded hsr. and iw 1 in ret'uga with
ner agtti und penniless parents. The
second son, a young m tn ot groat prom-
is-, uieu two muntu ago, ot grief and
sbame at thi fjomy reverses, and the
whole tale of the innocent and suffering
victims by this complication of crime and
suauiu is not 10 tie tauy toiu witnout in
cluding some ot the best known and es
teemed of Now York families.
If young men in our communities could
rido on express train to the devil, and
take no ono with them, thero would be
less to be said, since, aside from these con-
sidorations, it is every man individual
riglil to barter uway his lito and fortune
and sabred honor ut his own price. Satan
buys 11 great many nf tncu poor fellow
very cheup, und lit short option for sellr
Hut overv car is part of a part of 11 fmnily
train, l'liu shock uud crush of sliuino null
disgrace inu.l full on innocent as well ns
guilty. In behalf of thuliitliur and mothers
und sisters of community, let genera,
warning bn mudo of the case of Edward
Stok"s. Where has romunco woven any
thing so End I Where iu modoru commu
nities havo been given more ubrupt and
startling variations 0(3 light und shade,
from the brightest point of promise and
assured happiness to tho depth of dark
ness and misory, than thoo on which tho
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IOO Mile the sttjortoet Itoata
NO CHANGE OP OAKS
KIIOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OM CAIItO TO
Clnclnnnti, 1.. tlnHills, TuImIo,
Detroit, Clprelnnil, NlRRar Falls
lliilfslo, 1'itt.hiitir, Wtshlnxtori,
llaltiuiore, 'I'lilUUrlphls, New York,
Doston ami all points ea.t,
Mllwankle, Jsnpsrllle, Maili.on.
l.aCrosre, HI, I'auI and all points north.
Una Is al.o the only illrrct rniild to
Docsdir, ninomlngfon, NpnnKrlil,
1'iorl, WnlncT. Keokuk,
llurliiiRlnn, It noli Island, I. H.lle.
Mrmlota, I'lson, Krfeporl,
llnltna, IlnhiKinn, Vloui uilr,
Omaha ami all points northwest.
Elegant Prawlng Koosn Slcoping Ca"
On all Night Trains.
llotS'K' Clirckod 10 all Important points.
Tor tlckrl. nn.l infonnstmn, apply to I. C. lUt
ilapiit nt alroj on hount Inn transit steamer I
titpni Coliinil'in ami Cairo, and at tne prlnclpt
rallro I ticket olfices llironitlioiit the south.
W. l'..IOIIN-.()S, oen'l Ps. An't, Uhlcsjo.
A. MlTCiirtL, Oen'l Siip'l. CIiIcsko.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPItlNGFIELl) AND ILLINOIS
SOUTH EASTEHN It. K.
On nnd after Monday, April 24th, 1971!
trains will run ns follows:
IRtlv. ool,i .niTiiriST.
Leite virslni B-4fl a. m
yprlnjifielil :0 " ,
,' lM)lorHlt 10S "
Arrifo at I'nna.. 11.4G
, 4. B '
, 6.17 "
Tats 03ia xoatawt.T.
I.eare P.ms 4.i a. n S 34 . m
Tatlortille 4. SO " 4 0 "
Arrlre st t!prinnHeil.6.tS " o.lo
I.eire fprmsflHit, 6.8 " e to
Arnrrnt VliKinis 8.5 " ,14 "
a O V T n K B K I I V I S t O N .
TlAln on 1 10 sonillinl,
f.esie Kdf wood 5 JO . tn. ...10.10 p.rr
" Klora...M S,4 ' ..tl.4.i "
Arrlte t Sh.sineet'ii .1 " 4.14
BOAT STOKES j
fKOVISlO.N'S S T C.
OlI?9 ItVXK PAIRO. Ill,
I order to make loom for thoir SIMHNG
GOLDSTINE & ROSKKWATKK
Have ileloruilned to oiler thrlr
ENTIUE STOCK OP FALL
W I NT UK GOODS
ACTUAL COST PRICE !
The Mock is romiilete In all ileimriment
i'"i.i "".'"'"'"itiiieut Is made In (lood
mi, ii, .luii i. ine imic io gfi
SAM AX A 15 A V
ITS rUKCHASE II Y AN AME1UUAN
COMPAN V-TII E PEKK1ES,
THE AT V, ETC.
Nkw York, Jan. 15. Sumo months
ago tuveral business men of the highest
.landing in tlm liniincial world, conceived
thuideaof purcha.mg Samana bav Anil
peninsula, for which tho guvernment at.
tempted to ncgotiulo iu l&O'J. Correspon
deneu took plait) between them and the
Domiuclun govurninent. und nrosneets m.
pouring favorable for tlm realization of
the ue.i-ii, n company was formed with
the following otlieers: l're.ident, Alden 11.
Stockwell; vice-president, l'mil W, Spol
ford; treasurer, Henry Cluws seoretary.
K. H. Hazard. Din-'otors fr'red Schu-
cliiirdt, Ueorgo V. Pullman, C K. Gar
rl.on, Oliver Ames, Samuol G Howe.
nullum it, rnrguimu a. It At, linrlUW
After several meetings held by these
1. ...... n 1. ...... .....I 1 .
buiibivuiuii, u. luruiveu io icnit a
special steamer with thrco commlsilnnHru
hearing with them the amount of purchase
inuiioy in goiu io con.umulH tile tram
It, I. ... m .
ncuinis, i no eieauier i VIico was
chartered for the purpose On tho 15th of
Deci'inhor tho convention wns field be-
tween mo company, President line, and
tho cabinet of the Domini tifl I'nviim.
mont. After n full deliberation, n satisfac
tory rcsuii was nrrlved at and tho iv r.
cluuo iilleeted. '1 Inj ponple of San Do-
iiiigno nro saii-nnii witn mo arrangnm nt
ami a trinity between the Dominican nov.
ernmi'nt win j'oncluded, to go fntu euYct
January 1, 183, Tlm company Isgranted
iilmmt all tho rights of UI1 independent
IMVlimmnlll llllll tulll lin.... t. it
" ,. ,,u aw" nag
pollco nnd revenue officers, the right to
construi't riillroiuls, charter vcsmN, collect
taxes, etc, Aliv Oilestion nrlsim. t,- ..
this rnmpany nnd tho Dominican govern-
"'-I " nupmaien snuii no reierred to some
i.imiii'rwi puwer inr arniirallnn. On tlm
win, ii "i. ... , , treaty lining cnmnioto. tho Tvlien ..u...i
...... in rei'Koi ins lorluncs vount? f..e l,.et P,i...',!., '.... 'i.':""''.'"
p..u. ti. . 1 1
Three, hundred thousand
wer. nxpnd..d in the works, which were
r.ii . Vno1"1!1.011"' W,10M company
fell nto dllllou lies, and at this juncture
tho baleful light f Jim Kisk's counte
nance comes Into tho story. Jim was in
full tide of his operations with Erie. Ho
held tho dvonla((., (wg wish it woro loss
factory result of tho negotiations. ti.
capital of tlm company is $;'0,000,000,
Tlm Pacific Mail steamship company In-
l.tm.l In vol, nnl..l . . , .
.win 1 " i.i n ",i'i;ini siuiiinor uetween
ncrn anu Tamana nay noxt month.
Tlm 'Tribuno' sav tho bav nml nnt
sula nrst leased tn tlm Samana Hay com-
piny tor ninoty-nina yars at ? 160,000 no
year. , r
UYLAXD & SAUEK,
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCKirriO-,
Corner 10th .treet and Commercial avenu )
next door w the Uylaud -mluou.
1I-H tf. CAIP.O. ILLS.
tn ill kind, of
The veoiAv are invited to call at GOLD
a l l.N E & UUsEN WA l'Elt'S slid
JAKE WALT Eli,
4J9 CU1I1 1.1
EioiiTU Stbzit, Brrwir.v VjsnuroTos
A.VD C'OKMERCIXL ATZXfZ,
Afljolnlnsr Itl ten hon nil llannj'a
heep the t,e.t or Uef, fork. Mutton Vi
l.iinl, Suu.iKe, eu- D'l re prepared l' .rt
citiiea. in the inml iu:f ,tt,ln mrinr.
EOTCHKK A.Vlt DKAI.EP. ISf ALL KINDS Of
COHNKIt Nl.SKTK.NTII AM) l'Ol'LAIl ST8
Jiuj8 and slaughters only the best catllrj
lings and sheep, and U prepared to till au
demand for frch moats from one pound iu
ten thousand pound".
J. C. H U ELS,
Late of it. Ltiuia.
BOOK BLVDER A.ND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Oirnrnercls! Ave
j I1I.ANK .'JOOKflof every deserlptlf.n done
I "V, n'V'4,ne'' llI'teh. All kind, of
ruling done at short notice, l!it,e, ilu.lr.
' Magalnrs and Periodicals bound neat ami
at thelovte.t polble rate..
1.0 iniy woric, iic:i. a. Jtecord., DocVrf.,
tfif Look. Hlankn, etc.. rnsde a ineclslltv
made to oritur
lioxc, rocket liooks. Kncii.fu..
CAI.UO CITY COAL
Is prepsrod ta supply omtomof with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
. Vm VI ' . 1 "lc l" aru lielow till
,' Ulq,r. Ifotel, will receive prompt attcn
Ion. I he Tuo "Mo.stauk" will inW coal
. - . muvsn at uilj 11 U III,
l'AUKEU is. BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
1'utty, llemlue, Siunollue,
And tl.e celebrated iumlnttlD
(inOSS'LOILUlNf, CCP llTU 8T. COM
Cairo .... Ilksoib.
H. T. UEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
0s Kilter's anil I'Dirnder's rnsUnsI, Wood
I'Hixil , k ohi, snU uriiiie tkI,.., ,p
cock,ohiK'k ?7iii, tj.
suo AOSMT roa
Tnlta llrnthsra .'Merit llrr flna Msilrt
4ml More.HJU.., Well, (Jo's Automstlo W.tMi
lndlcsior suit BujiplT Vslse for steam boilers.
1ts;h' itl.nPK. mivreui..ivrii
NO, 101 COMHEIICIAL AVKNUK,
rrencli, Scoteh and American cas.lmere.
of ull colors, and beaver und broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up In'tlio
LATEST ST VLB,
And at the lowest price. A flue tit and first
elan work KUiiraiiteeil. Satisfaction in tv
WUUli I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
.la Cheap, It not C'tsriiper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
oil the elates at the Postollice and at ltose
poal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
I enth and twelfth street, Cairo. Illinois. 1
ifivo Kood measure and will cord the wood
aUfc-lO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
For Salo at AVholesnlo or Retail.
CORNER 32D.STKEET AND OHIO I.EVEk
Corner Twenty-second street
SUrEKIOK STEAM DRIED COKN
Always-on hand, and at the lowest walks)
price. Also u good artlclo of
or apply at the uiu,
Jfl1 lfR Ltnvo orders at IIALLLDAY
lil J .1.4 '
Our Homo Advortisors.
COMNIeMION AND rORWABBIIIO.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
it 1'. u : 11 a n Tn.
DEALERS IN FfOUR;
Acd Agent, uf
SIIIO III V Ull AIlli KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lv.vv.v,
E. t). MATH UBS.,
st. a .uiit
MATIIUSS k UI1L,
Commissi on M k n c ii ants
IAV AND WESTERN PRODUCE
f son in 1 r.VLr..
J. M. lMIILLIl'S &, CO.,
(Haoets.ors to K. It. Ileuiriess A Co.)
Forwarding and Coinmisaioii
swr Ulril AJt tnesroeuts msde
SlrVissss Ur'Ua Cunalgamsat. y
Ar pr.p.r.J to roci?e, star, sad lorw.rJ
rrvigbl. to all points u t buj ul
sit us eomml.ioo,
ssfDu.ine.. iioiil to rrumrUii
S. L. At xu.it.
r j. avkuk,
AVERS A CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 73 Onto Lrnr, Cairo, Ills.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMI IlKALEIt IN
jaLJr, OATS. COIRILS.
AND MILL FEED.
JOHN II. MIMAS k SON,
tHuce.ors tu John It. I'lillli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Rran, &c,
Coh. TENTH-ST. ani. OHIO LEVK
DA I HO. IMS.
(J. M. A h D E N,
l.ate of Thomas ft Alden,
COMM ISSION M KRCII ANT
ri.ouit, ,mi:al,(ikain,hay, Ac.
No, M.'i Ohio I.kvick, Caiiio.
KJTCauli iiilvauci'n 011 (lood. on elulit.
ltKr-KltKNCKB: Cllv National Hank
Cairo, First Natlunal ltaiih ofChicajjo.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD ItlTTENUOUSK & BKO.
Cloticral Couimistiion Merobunta
183 OHIO LEVEE,
P. G. Sciiub.
o o a
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIRTWlstK WASIi'N AVJCNUK ARB WALNUT
I'r. II, F, Field. Informs tne public that hs Ins
L 1 V K R Y S T A II L E,
on tho norlliwest sula of Tenth street as nsme.
His H'sMe. will he furnl.lieit with none hut th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the puhllo may ho accommodated at al
hours of tlio day and night with rafo teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share nfpuhllcpatrouaee
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention tn hiisi
IJEMIS, DROWN & CO.,
Ahknts Home Cotton Mills
NO. 60 Ohio Levee, Calm, Ills.
On Commercial avenue, hotween Twelfth
aud Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND OOODltOOMH AND
TUB VEIIY nKST Of UEU8
.A.T THIS HOTJSH:
Transient Fatrousgo Solicited.
Mm, Ellen McCautut, Fropr.
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