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THE 0A1KO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1873.
JollN H. OHKllLY, Editor ntid Fuhllshc
TEUM3 OF THE I)AH. IIULLETIN i
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One year by csrrlu, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier II not pild In
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J'hrco months '' 00
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THE DOIXA.lt WEEKLY IIULLETIN
John II. Obcrly bn rciliiccd tlio subcrlp
on prico of tlio Wkkki.y Caiiio Hui.i.etin
o One Dollar per annum, making It tlio
cheapest paperpuhllhcd In Southern Illinois
TllK ravage of tlio small-pox in llos-
ton aro fearful three thousand cases, and
ono fatal In every four.
Bt order of tho secretary ot war, the
West Toint cadct nrc to parado In Wash
Ington on tlio 4th of March, In honor of
Mrs. JUnT J. Walker, widow of tho
lato Robert .T. Walker of Washington
city, died lat week. Tho decerned laJy
was a great-granddaughter of Benjamin
Tub senate judiciary cointnilteo havo
reported udverscly on tho Roston relief
bill. Tho pasago of tho Chicago and
Portland relief LIU it urged as n bad
precedent, and ono which n due regard for
conttitutional law forbids being followed.
Siiemff HioiiM of Rcllevillo has is
sued a circular requesting all collectors of
taxes in the state to meet at Springfield on
tho 1th of Fobruary, to tako under consid
eration tbo nccesary changes In tho law
regarding tho collection of taxes in Illi
nois. - 9-
Thk new horo diieato in New York
city is creating troublo and dismay. Tho
discaso Is believed to bo caused by prema
turely working horses not fairly recovered
from tho epizootic. It Is said by the sur
geons to bo incurablo. It attacks its vic
tims Middonly, paralyzes and doubles them
utterly, and thero is no resource left but to
McMillen and Ray, both claiming to
bo elected senators from Louisiana for tlm
remainder of Kcllogg's term, aro now In
Washington. There aro only about six
weeks left of tho unexpired term ; three
at least will ho required to detcrmino who
Is Iho rightful claimant, who will thin
have about threo weeks to cr.joy tho honor
of being United States senator from Louisiana.
Inquiry : Has tho Samana bay company
and tliolr stupendous operations any con
nections with tho San Domingo nnnexa-
tionschemo? Opinion is much divided
on tho question, nnd it is ono which prob-
nbly will never bo satisfactorily deter
mined. Certain It Is Hint the govern
ment has no right to intorfcro wrh tho
speculations of tho gentlemen, calling
themselves tho Simnnn bay company,
oven if they had purchased tho wholo
of tho Island of S.m Domingo
Instead of only a part, nnd If future tie
velopeliient and complications maka it
necessary for tho United States govern
ment to nsiiitiio tlio relation now held by
tho Samaria bay company toward tho Is
land, tho cxpedloncy of tho step may bo
successfully argued, and tho 'jil," if job
it l, buried so deep It will never bo un
TllK 110 YD MYaTKHV UN 15 A V-
From the .Memphis Ledger.
Somu llinu in last September mi ex-rev-
cmio (illlccr named Thomas O. Howl of
Sweetwater, Kat Tennessee, mysterioii'ly
dis.ippeati'd .u lulu out in the mountain
looking up witnesses in ti casu to uuieii
ho was ileluiidaut for defalcations as a rev
enue, ollli'cr, pending in in tlio United
Stales circuit court at Knoxville. Two
men who necv.mpaiiiul him returned
Mil reported thai they had been
set upon and captu ed ly highway-
moil, that they Wi-ro blindloldcd some
hours, but wero llnally permitted to escape,
hut that ltoyd was mining. Search nn
made, and tlie charred ruinalus of bod
wuru found, aim alleged to bo tuoso of
llovd : nlo scraps of paper nnd articles
that belonged to llnyd. Ills relatives In
terred the remains with becoming ceremo
nies anil tcar, and set about collecting
tho henvv insurance on bis life, but it vn
soon discovered that iho grave of a lately
deceased negro had been tampered with,
and tho public began to douht
whether Rnvd was killed or had
escaped from tho conn ry, as there wat no
motive known tor birninganil ilistigur
tug his body. His bondsmen anil govern
ment detectives havo been lonkinc for him
all over the country ever since, lloyd be
trayed hini'ell through a desiro to hca
from hunc. Not daring to writn himself,
hit wrotu from Canada to Mr. John II
Ranwy, in Kati'a, under an
Mimed r.ame, claiming r.n acquaint
alien with him nnd asklr.g him to procure
and send him some East Tennessee
newspapers. Ramsey eu-pectod tho trick
and sent tho letter to one of Rcyd's bonds
men, Mr. l.T. Lenoir, who had the cno
worked up, and lloyd arrested and brought
(ark under tho extradition law. The
prl'oner was expected .in Knoxville yes
terday or tho day helore. His resurrec
tion Irom the cold negro' a grave Is a great
relief tifhis bondsmen and the insurance
companies. The tombstone business can
ho deferred awhile.
Tub now Arkansas senator is thus de
scribed by a correspondent of tho Mem
phis ' Appeal ':
He is kindly, amiable, full of gonerous
impulses, liberal in his opinions, and its
toemsyou none tho less If you ditl'ur Irom
him. Ono can't help liking Mr. Dorsoy
for his very honesty and directne-s of
speech and gonerous thinking, llo has
road much, speaks adniirablv, has traveled
over Europe, indulged a cultivated taste
for tlio lino arts, and lo"es books. Ho is a
gooj and trua man. For thu past two
years Mr. JJjrsovhai been president of tli
wisely niHtiaeoil ArHinsas Central rail
road having his homo in Helena. II ovi-
donco of his worth wero wanting, wo llnd
it in the fact that soma of thu bed and
oldest citUnns of Helena exerted them
selves to assure his electiuli.
One Lay of Logan county, foil down
nnd bro kohls neck a few month ago.
Lay was drunk, nnd fell from his wagon
while in that condition, mooting tho result
above stated. Wo havo no opportunity
of knowing whetlior Lay was a good, bad
or indltTercnt husband, whether hu treated
his family well or 111, or any other details
of his life. Ho died, nnd his wife, under
the stato temperance law, brought suit
ngainst the saloon-keeper who sold him
tho liquor, which caused bis last
fatal inclination, for live thousand
dollars damages. Tho jury gavo her
twelve bundr-d, and thus tho widow Lay
is recompensed (or tho Injury d ro her by
tho saloon-keeper who sold her husband
liquor which in ado him drunk and eaustd
him to fall from tho wagon nnd brako Ins
neck. Tho stato temperance law has not
proved a dead letter, as was prophecicd
of it last winter. Several interesting
cases havo arisen tinder it, and so far nr.
our otservatlon extends, they havo all
boon decided in favor of-tbo unhappy vic
tims of the misery ocasioncd by a liquor
loving father, husband or son.
English go-tip Is very busy with Mr.
Durucli since his wilus death. It pre
dicts for hnu loss of Inilnencu and loss of
the leadership ol the Conservative party
in thu huuio of commons. Hu is too poor,
it says, and too overwhelmed witn debt to
he a leadur; with L.idy U-tcoiiailuld much
of his glory and all his riches departed.
Shu was immensely wealthy, hut her
wealth Was only hers for life; at her
dentil it roverlcd'to her children by her
tint husband. With her hu had not only
position, but money to maintain it, u
liandsouio estatu in tho country, and a
house in town ; without her lie has neither,
and his only means is his pension ol live
thousand pounds which hu receives as ono
ol thu retired ministry.
Thu author of "Vivian Grey'' is mid,
even at thu mature ago hu has reached, to
hu ablu to gut rid of his money in tho
most approved extravagant fashion. When
hu married l.o ha I only his dehts with
which to endow his wife. In thu ten
yuirs following his marriage ho was three
l mes boforo the bankruptcy court, and
ho each time went to his assistance, lie
is reported to bu engaged in writing a new
iiuvul, which, no uoubl, will meet with a
readv sale, nnd mav put inouev in his
pocket. Hu derives no incomn Irom his
works already published, having lonu
incu dispo-ed of the copyrights.
An III lecling existing between Lady
Ilcaconsfleld a children and himself con-
-nnent upon her lavishing such largo
urns of monuv upon bun, was, it Is said,
very tnueh increased before her death by
attempts ot disinterested friends to havu
hur insure hur life for his benefit, which,
however, her great ago prevented hur doing.
Ladv llearonstiuld e high character and
Disraeli s lovai ilovotluii toner, alltioiiL-ri
hu was old otiouith to be his mother, met
with the admiration of all who knew them.
and thu blow of hur death is no mi tho less
severo becausoit not only deprives him of
a fondly loved wife, but also strips him of
what hngiMimcii particularly hold dear
estate and it consequent advantages.
Kdmond Yaloi has inverted 2,000 In
Chicago real estate.
.loo Jefferson's four engagements In
llaltimorn brought in $0,500.
Miss Godwin, granddaughter of Wil
liam Cullen Bryant, is n San Francisco
Ossinn E. Dodgo of Si. l'aul, llgurcs
In n court as a defendant In n dlvorco
Langhntn's hotel is Iho particular
locality Joaquin Miller ntlects in Lon
don. Iloston U tho happy possessor ol a
lady who is an exact imago of .Paulino
Nearly nil tho olllc.ers of Victor
Emanuel's household have American
A llghtyellow diamond of 288 carats
weight is reported to havo been found at
The French Canadians own n church
In Albany and run a nuwspnpcr In Troy,
Tho new American club In I'nris has
100 mo. i hers and tnoro applicants than
can be ' dmltted.
Eighty-eight pieces of discarded
hron.e'calinon will he used in the statue
to tho memory of Ceti. Thomas.
Tho pioneer I'rotestalit church of
Uomo has not been cou'ccralcd ; simply
A New Hamphiro baby, ono year
old, weighs onu hur.drid pound. The
happy father weighs one liutidrel and
Tho domo of St. Feter's church at
Itomu Is tinderg ling repairs and receiving
llrigham Voung is under tho impres
sion Unit polygamy is good lor ono thou
sand j curs yet In thu United States.
The (iirard estate is now valued at
f 4,Oti2,7;5. In twenty-live year the col
lego has educated l.C'.'U orphan'.
Tno greatness of Philadelphia i
-omuwhal Impaired by thu fact that the
tlrst American piano was made there.
Tho Laku Shore niid Michigan South
ern railroad Inn cum, -luted a double track
through nearly its whole exlutit.
A small squirrel at Fra'iklln, Penn
sylvania, was lately captured with eight
bushel of shelled corn in its poseS'ion.
Ah Sin is nuking himscll obnoxious
again by taking the centres of gold com
out and" filling" tho vacancy with baser
At a North Stonington marriage,
the bride was brought in on a couch and
carried out in the arms of her husband.
The order of Isabella thu Catholic has
been conferred on a prominent Israelite,
M. Cro, who is tho representative of j-pnin
A rural critic in Pennsylvania taw
of Carloita Patti: -'it is said she sustain
clearly thu tone of F , all nctnvu above the
highest soprano line."
It is reportid that tho duke of Meck-lenliurg-Schwerin
has absolutely refused
to allow his daughter to marry "tho ltus
slari Grand Duke Vladimir.
- Uhay is the name of the party who
wants to pocket tho champion hilliardcuc
now held by Cyrillo Dion. Itu has ac
cepted Dion's standing challenge.
Miss Arvillu Chapman is tho hand
somest girl in ltochuster, and has u dia
mond pin voted to her by thu young men
at u ricent fe-lival to prove it.
Mrs. ex-President Tiler has becomo
a resident of Georgetown, D. C. To
gratify her chi.drcn slut will purchase her
husband's old estate in Virginia.
The daughter of Senator Stewart of
Nevada, is onu of the Washington debun
tnntce?. She has been taking it prepara
tory coursu in Europe for thu last two
.J. K. LUKKIX,
Wlulr-.nle nml tl at nil (iroerr,
Has on hand at all limes Vegetable, Fruits
llulter and K;
Honkv, Tkoi'ical Fr.uns, Etc.
t3J"AU goods Warranted Fresh, anil sold
at small 1'iolit.
N. II. Parcel dells creil to any part of tlio
ciij io (.'u-touicr.
W EST gilt P. COMMERCIAL AVE., HETVi'EEN"
17th AMI 19th sTItEKf!.
CM IMS. II. 1,1 .Mi
THE SAM AN A HAY PUHCHA3E.
Tbo purchase of Stmana bay an 1 Pe
nlnsula, the must valuable part of thu
republic of San D imingo, has just boon
completed by a company of monicd
American gentlemen. Thu p'lrc'.uio or
or leasu runs for tua porlud of ninety.
nine yean, and was effected at a cost of
ouu hundred and fifty thousand dollars
pjr year. On the loth of December,
tint deliberations between Uscz and the
American cornpanv, represented bv threo
cominUioners, wero completed, the con
tract perfected its provisions to take effect
from the 1st of Jmuary 1873. The treaty
between tho Sai.to Domingo government
and the Samana bay company is in all re
spects a rumarkablo one; by It, u com
pnny of prlvute American citizens become
absolute in authority over tho peninsula
of Samana, Loeomo in factKtho govern
ment, tbo stato, voited with all its powers
stnd functions. Tho subject rivals in In
torest the Credit Mobiller revolution,, thu
Caldwell briberies, and engages the
public mind in a new
From thu Chillicuthu t'on-tlti lion.
Mr. Dogv l reiiiurivaoio lor his tnei and
common sense, wniuli all who attended
thu culubrulud S'craudah halt convention
in IboO, in til. Li uis, will readily concede.
I hat convention, owing to lliu aiiomaluus
condition ol thu stale, was upparo liy un
iblu lo itieei the umorgchc ; wraiiglih;
mill turmoil III led tlio lull, and thu inuin-
bers wuru about lo bru.il; up and Itavo in
contusion: no ouu scumud to cuiniiruhuhd
ihu kituuliuii or bu able to muster tlm con-
lilion ol nlluirj. At tins juncture Mr. llugy
was seen to mount a chair in thu rear ol luu
hall and bhout, ".Mr. President.' His
commanding voice and lofty position
lurcud atleiiliun, when, in u luw well
clioten, pointed and tursu words, bu re
stored order, inltlted colill lelieu uhd
pointed out thu propur coursu to pursue.
1'hu etl'oct was magical, and theiualtur tnu
convention lull that it was in thu presence
ol at least one master lilliid. That nlhla
monster duuioiisiratloii of thu Democ
racy was held in the rotunda uf
the court-house, In St. Lout., to
ituuuuneu the hlgh-hahdcd ineasurus of
Governor i-'lulihur, and uioiu uspeciallv
his forciblu removal ot the supreme court
judges. It win a iiuiu when men, even
ilm brnvesl, wuru timid yet. General
lllair had not made his famous statu cam
paign. Nearly all our or.ttur wuru chary
of spunking their real suiiliuienls. Fuar
was upon niurly uvury man.
Calls wcru uiadu for ''llogy." Ho ap
peared and took thu stand, and for nearly
half an hour, it luuuad as If he coined
hlltcr.huriiing words to bespeak his haired
fur Tom Fletcher; words that many ears
had not heard lor long gmio years, words
that scorched through all timidity, and
liiadu those that heaid to fuel that they
went vet Inttri nnd fret-men V.iv-,, .1...II
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mllmtlia Nhorlmt Itnnlo
:iRli(y MllrsitlioNlinrtrfil Itoiilo
TO ST. XjOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CA11S
ri'.OM CAIItO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CABS
OM CAIItO TO
Cincinnati, I.. linaioll, Tole.lo,
Oelrnlt, Cleelml, Mnniira Fulls
Hull-do, IMIIsI-uir, WililnKln,
llalllinnrr, rhlUuVlphl. New Vorlc.
Iloston anl all iointsrat.
MllwntiVIe, Jmif svlllo, )Ullon,
I.nCrosso, St. Paul nnd Alt points nortK.
Him Is slsn the only direct mills to
Decatur, lloomlnj(ton, Hpnnticld,
l' oria, Onlncr, Keokuk,
lliirlitiitlnn, lioek IsUiul, l. Hslle,
Men, loin, I'ison, Krerport.
tlidrna, Dubuque, Mont Ul)-,
Oiimhii and all mlnt northwest.
Elegant Drawing Boom Sleeping Oil"
On nil Night Trains.
Ilnrssgc Checked innll Important point.
For tickets ond luformalien, apply to I. (!. It. II
depet t aim! on heard Ilm transit ntcntnor be
tnecii Colli M i lit- and Cairo, aud st tnc prlnclps
rnllrnn i tji-krt entices tlireiiKtmilt the uniitli.
W. V. JOIIN-o.N. Usn'l e. Ag't, Chu-ijO.
A. MitrnrLi, tien'l Mip'l. Chlcno.
.1. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPK1NGFIELD A N 1) I LLI NOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. B.
On and after Mondliy, April 24th, 1 B7'J
trains will run as follows:
laiiM omss siUTue.iT.
Irnts Virslnm 6 In a. m M p.m.
" h-prlllRtW Id II. 0 " 3.'i "
,' Tmlorlllc inf. " ft H
Arrive at i'tiim.. 11.40 ' 6.17 "
iiiiki aJlMi Nimriiwrir.
II,. Pans 4.i"i n. in 3 U . m
r...lorill- i " s "
Arrive at ..r s;Ili-M..a.l " tii "
Lease Spr.m fi.-nl .A " 1 in "
.Mniem Vhttinu 9.5 " ".15 "
O V T II E It N DIVISION,
TBAIVS OIHM1 SOVTtltlsT,
l.T.re F.iIkhtoo.I 5.30 h hi.- ...10,10 p.ir
" Flora si " tM'
Arrneai Miawnset'-i .11 " 115
mi t fi'i ditss.
S A M W I L S 0 N
O II O G K II I li t .
provisions r c.
Onu Lkvsk ('Ainn, lit.
UYLAXD k SAU1JH,
AND DEALK113 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th trcct anil Commercial nventt 3
next door to thu llyl.tnd s.doou.
11-10 If. CAIRO. ILLS.
In order to wake room for their SPRINO
GOLDSTINK & IlOSENWATKIt
Haf deteiiuliicd to oder their
ENTIRE STOCK OF FALL AND
ACTUAL COST PRICE!
Our Homo Advcrtisora.
The Stock Is tnmplctr In all departments,
and the Announcement i mnde In Good
Faith. Now is the time to get
In all kinds of
WINTER CLOTH INC.
Tho people are inltcd to call at COLD
STINK & ROsKN WATER'S and
a utALra in
Eioiitii Sthkkt, Hctivek.v Wasiiinoto
and commkkcial avknl'kh,
Ailnliitiiu III 'IcsilMitiKP nml llmniy'N
K i- the tjel or Heel, Pork, Mutiou Veal.
t.Hinti, Shiissk". etc, -nil aro prepared to sirre
cttuoni la tt.o most aeceptahle tnHnner.
r.KTAIt.Xb AT vMOl.lf T.M
1'Hicei ton extH.
AT H. C. THIKLKCKrvS STOSX
wahiikoton xvrnvr.. it-vxvr tATt
AND KI.i:v;.VTK i1Xlt.1l.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
liUTCIIKIl AND DKAI.KII IV ALL KlNDS Ol
Fit Kill MKATS.
COKNKIt NlNKTKNI II AND Pol'I.Alt ST8.,
Iluy and slaughters only the best cattle
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to till anj
demand for freh meats from one pound to
ten thou-and bound.
I CAI UO CITY COAL
I Is .'.ei I si io t iivimr with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
(Kt)Hl Uft it tlV.nUr V.tc. oRlee, 7
tmtft t.r.tKr.. w u ttt Vtrj below tbe
t. OVtrU fivo.l, will r.et (,r',Mjit att-n-tkVw.
Th. Try, U,-rtAi-x" i.rtnc C1
J. C. I1UELS,
Late of St. Louis.
HOOK HINDUR AM) II LANK HOOK
i Comer Twelfth street and Commercial Ate
I BLANK ROOK? of evcrvile-eriptlnndonc
I wllh neatness and dlpatch. All kinds ol
; ruling done at short notice. Ilil,le, .Mtiie.
Magazine and Periodical hound neat and
at tholuwct tioilile rate.
County work, such at Record, Docket,
lee ltooks, lil.mk. rde.. made a ipeclality
Itoxes, Pocket Hook. Knv elopes, etc.,
made to oeiier i.- tf.
II. T. UKItOULU;
STEAM. AND GAS FITTER
'its rilter'H Ann I'lumher'a material, Wutd
iUrrii , Kl'.Mi sd'1 anitie ralr.H, stop
CVCi;, check T:iltc,tc.
Li Aiiiar sou
rnlU llrotlirra I'nteiit Dry Silts Irte t
Ir.i ll.,rsi.'nse. Well. A CVb AulomMlC Wate
lr,dx.mr an i Hu plr Vle for ateam i.ilers.
5C 'hs. Dltv Cuh& Su-.'f tot ' Jft V
yi " - . . s
0J ths. A w.ffeu 8itfr, .'. ' . 4. . I V. ,
I " Prime P.w OuiVs Utl If
" Choleii - t V j
.'i " Old GiiVMrhtfMt'v-fc I'd''!'
Teas a lid other ils.pl tvJ ihldy ihf&iv-',
rii s o'jimlly as chiip.
floods now Kbd full -mr)A js.!it. fed! ;
and try. I
p i r y
JO IIS SJIKJJHA..
R Vi T AIL
PARK hK A. fSl.AKK,
"l-l' XlS OMHtliit M'HWH- 1
Its-i, ir 'ie?r
rt Mwri 1 1 .i vvn'
Jir. i;i.i,a.,mi h.
r v ft n :r ; iWAM.i''iVift4Wf t.t 1? ?.
1 K U U . j..t.
iVt.v . I ..'.
At,d DUr :: s
Fiiun. vms, 1,Jttf l KiKD KO.HK
uiriTER, ma. p
E J-. TGhtJZ hf. K Jit '27 'X A. X.X.O I't
C'OMMINsllllN ANI rRWAHDIN..
POUWAUDIXO and COMMlSsSION
n K H V A .V TH.
DEALERS IN FI OUR
Ai.it A;ri. uf
MltO IttVRIt AND U'ANAVTIIA
P. G. Sciiuh.
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
t. I), MATItltK!),,
K. C -UIII
C O M M I 8 S I ON M K U C II A NTH
I AY AND WKSTEKN PKODUCE
SSI SI II IO IMII.
ri. D. AVUta. L. J. AVKim.
AYKItS Ji CO.,
GKXERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. TS Ohio Levkk, Caiiio, Ills.
wero yet men nnd fioeuien. Never shall
uo Direct tho scorn puitrnyed hy ioniuu
ami hrow, whun hu thunderud forth, 'Tom
Fletcher is a do, it dirty dog" Ailii
was tho etl'ect olectrlcal. Men from all
parts of iho 6lutu waru seen v. ith buII'um"!
eyes to rmp cucli other's hands, and in
blluncu sweiir In their inmost hearts that
they would die, or hvu as fn omen should.
determined lo atsert und iiiulntkiii their
Jfr All (londs warranted fr;V, itol M'
the loct price.
tlornerOth St. aivlCommcrclslA vj.
II. M. HULKX,
Mi-: nc ii a x i)i sr. i n o k i? i;
lUirchaslnj; lor Merchants a speciality.
Olllco: 110 Ohio Lete, CAIRO, ILLS.
SSTRelcrenecs, Cairo Merchants.
Itf.Hll I'smur.k.tKt. Avrnvr, j
rVrb, ft Asrstsi tiimt tk
ot - t'Vr. itul (,- itui hro-'lsV4hs j
CON.1TA ,'iTLV' ON HAND,
And made up ir.'thn
And at the lowest prle. A fine tit and first
ela. work Kiuraiileod. 8.itlsf.etloii III ev
WJUD I WOOD I I WUOD fi"
Th unilDrsisinvl will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Cliritp, l mi 4'linier
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leavo ordet
on the slate at the Postollleu and at Ros
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, he tween
lontu anil iwuiitii sirccm, i.airo. Illinois,
, k'lve kooiI measure aud will cord thu wood
up If desired.
. austO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
Yin 'AU: at Wholcwlft or l.ot.til
Ctotir,;i Pf2fi.ftTftrr.T ahd ohio i.r.vm
r.fjiUU J. I'.1A.1 ,K.
IDLE WILD MILLS
J. M. I'HILLIPS&UO.,
(Huecessori to K. It. Ilrnlrica A Co,)
''orwiirding and Commiaaion
Liberal Adranernieiilt tna-le S(f
Ufioti Citnsinineata. tSZH
Are prprsj to rsceite, store aad tomard
frelkhtr I" all Iolots and Ini) and
ell en coniinissioc,
.rllii"ins aitended to I rinrtlr.
(i EN ERA I. COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKAMtll IN
ttJir, OATS. COIEWSJ
AND MILL FEED.
.JOHN . rilhl.IS ti SON',
Kurcestora to John tl. I hlllls,)
FORWARD I NO M E RCH A N Trf
DKALKItS IN HAY, COllN, OAT
Flour, McaljBran, &c,
Con. '1 ENT1I-KT. ami OHIO LEV I
OA I HO. II.I.H.
(i. M. A I; D r. S,
Lale of Thomas .t Aldell,
A N D
COMM ISSION M KRCI1 ANT
FLOUR, MEAL, (IRAIN, HAY, .Vc.
Nl, IXi onto I.i;vi:i:, Caiiio,
Jy-C.-nh ailvancca on (foods on slyht.
Itin'KitKNC'i'.s : Cltv National Hank ol
Cairo, First National Rank offlilcaj,'o,
Corner Twenty-serond street
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, nnd at tho lowest maiku
prico. Also a(,'ood urtlcln of
Very cheap. Leave orders at IIAL1.1DA1
lJROTHEIW, or apply ut tho will.
MlLLKU k 1'AItKKn,
DKALKItS IN FIsOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS for FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Y I J A
2 A i '
Tat V j
s" ' J V J
no i less.
P 2 s
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIK.TWKEN WAHII N AVKNf K AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K. fields Informa tnn public lliat be li's
u i v i: a v s t a H i.
on the northweit side of Tenth stre t aa name
Ilia ri'aliles U l,e furnl'lied irith none hut thtf
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and tho public may ho aecomuioilated at nl
hour-of thu day and nlstht with safe teams
on the low est terms.
Dr. Field nsksa share of public palrouacu
ami will leavor to merit it hy fair dcallui;
and strict attention to hu
WOOD KITTKNIIOUSK & KRO.
Isonoral Commission Moroliants
183 OHIO LEVKK,
11 KM IS, DROWN ii t'O.,
A (iK nts Homk Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Ilk
On Commercial avenue, between Twelfth
oud Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS W1LLFIND GOOD ROOMS AND
TllK VUIIY BKSr OK Illlllrt
.AT THIS HOXTSE:
Transient Patronage .Solicited,
Mils, Ei.li;n McCaktuy, Propr,