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THE CA1KO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1873.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY IIULLKTIN
John n. Oberly has reduced the itibscrljv
on prlco of the Weekly CAino Hum.ktin
o One Dollar per annum, making It tho
cheapest pspcr published lu Southorn Illinois
PRESIDENT 1JAEZ AND HIS
REPUBLIC HIS FINAN
CIAL SCHEMES TO
HIS FAILURES IN ERA NCR
AND ENGLAND DOMINI
CA FOR SALE NO
NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE UNI
TED STAT 23 SOME LIGHT,
rOSSIBLY, ON COL. FA
BENS AND THE NEW
QUESTIONS TO I'ltES'T. GRANT
THE BIG AND LITTLE "NIG
GER" IN THE WOOD-PILE-OUB
IF.om the Chicago Tribune.
The following cotnes to us from an au
thentic aourcc, and may bo taken us fur
nishing tho clue, ti rsl, to tho attempt to
aocure the purchase of San Domingo by
this government, and, following its fail
ure, tue now roalired tchemo of tho pur
chaso of Samana bay aud its appurte
nances by an association of American
capitalists. This last, without careful
hatching by tbo public, may provo only
a roundabout and mbro costly method of
complete realization of tho Dm schema
against tho treasury of the United Stutes.
From tbo statements following it seems
that tbo necessities of Bitez, as principal,
have for some titno boon coupled with tlio
purpose of certain bilton English specula
tors to get back their investments. With
this Introduction, we give place to tho fol
lowing romarkable communication :
TOR SALE, A liEI'DllLlU.
To tho editor of tho Chicago 'Trlbuno:'
Sib. Ycur reador will upprociato cer
tain information respecting tho San Do
mingo question that will como in just nt
this Junctuio. In fact, tho public hnvo
only hs yet received tho third volumo of
this interesting edition of political schem
ing, and I propose to roaiedy this omission
by producing volumes I. and II.
A PORTRAIT OF J1AEZ.
Like every other novelist, I must nsk
my readers to look back a lov years, say
to 1EC5 and 18C0, aud to mako tho ac
quaintance of certain individuals in tho
good city of Bordeaux; his habiliments
denote not exactly poverty, but tho next
stage to it; bis skin is brown enough to
prove a decided dab of tho tar brush, but.
on tin other hand, his bearing is erect, of
tue racamm mgiit, ligut gray uuir, and
nlout, say, fifty years of ago. This,
gcntlo reader, is Scnor Baez, at that time
ei-president of tho republic of Santo Do
HIS OBJECT IK VISITI.VO TRANCE
That of raising n loan wherewith to
drive his enemy, Cubrul, from whence ho
himself had only been ousted a short time
previously. For years that lovoly island,
n perfect paradise by nature, hai beou
turned into a species of boor gardon or
stamping-ground for thoso two uieu and
their uduuronts ; first one, then the other,
would obtain tho ascendancy, and which
ever gained tho day immediately set to
work to make ull ho could by plunder in
ns snort a space of time as possible, for
the leauro of power never lasted long with
either of them.
Months passed away, and poor Baez was
fast beginning to realizo the sad fact that
raislni: a loan was not quito such an easy
oporation as his sanguine Imagination had
pictured, aud that the French government
cared not ono straw whethor bo or Cubrul
governed his beloved ropublic, whon ono
lucky day be fell in with the true- hero of
this work, one Edwurd Herzberg by nsmo.
Uerzberg was but a clerk in a mercantile
house iu Bordeaux, but ho was ono of
these clever fellows who, out of a very
lender salary, managed to live in what
may bo called a very pleasant st"lo.
Offensive and defensive, against society In
general, was entered into, und as iiaez's
means (never at any tlmo pluthortic) wore
now beginning to wax "small, and beauti
fully less," be became the guest of his
newly-found friend Herzberg.
Again months pastod away, and still
dame fortune was as obdurate as over, un
til, one morning, a ray of hope shot into
poor uaez s Heart, on ttie receipt of u let
ter from certain of his adherents in St.
Thomas, who felt certain of ousttni; his
adversary, Cabral. "Ho wont, hu saw, ho
conquered," and again In his presidential
chair, be and bis cabinet forwarded the
necessary documents to Herzbori:. who
vuu ueuuiue iuu uuiy acknowledged
Of the republic of San Dominco. will.
power to raise a loan on the Paris course
of 8,760,000 francs.
Herzberg changed tho scone of tho opor
atluns to Paris, and doubtless did his level
best to get the money, but tho French
2su wouldn't even nibble, so much more
make a lively dain at bis hook. Hope
was fast civinc wav to doanulr. ivk.n
with a few of bis remaining sous, bo one
day sought relief from a very annoying
appetite in tbo cafo where he mot with
one Simeon Webstor. an Englishman
now Simoon delighted In the Imaginary
title of 'financial agent," and a casual ad
mission of this tact at once brought out
all Hcrzberg's troubles; Simoon listened,
smiled (a pitying smile), a smile that
leernea to say, mo easiest thine in the
world in my bands. It succeeded, and
CM t a i I.
unnuuu uuuaiua m uuanciai agent in re
ality for tho first and only lime in his Hfo,
xue ueii aay saw mom
. ON TUEItt WAY TO LONDON,
But strange to say. for somo roatnn llnr
berg found It convenient to chango his
uiu, ia .auuou iu jingisna as J'.dward
Now, whatever Herzborg might havo
been, certain It is, llartmont was a beggar,
not a sou in bis po:ket. Simeon did the
magnificent, paid bis passage, took him to
his house In tne suburbs of London, fed
clothed, lodged and phvsicod him for
everal months, at the end of which tlmo
both Simeon and tbo concoisionnre boan
to And raising loans almost as difficult a
game In London as In Paris. Gradually
Harlmont had his oyes opened to tho
disagreeable fact that Simeon knew as
much about lU dutlos of a financial
agent as hn did of differential calculi, so
It was decided to call In tho assistance of
a newly-formed friend, ono llcgloy, who,
ns ho had tho privilngo of lilting his hnt
on raro occasions, on 'change, to ono or
twp of tho moncd world, was looked
up to by the worthy pair as
THE MAN "TO DO IT."
Begloy strutted his short porlod, nav
even succeeded so fur, strungo to my, as
to tnuuco llartmont to become his part
ner, and tho firm of llartmont fc Co. was
duly established at No. 0 Great St. Hel
ens. .London, mow, as in this country, so
m London, ft is not mi uncommon tiling
for two or moro parties to occupy tho same
rooms in builiici, una Io. U had long
been In the possession of ono John Ogle, n
shlpbrokcr, (who, 1 limit not omit to say,
was a very great crony of Bcgloy's). Of
course, Ogle was soon as conversant with
the details of tho proposed loan as nnv of
mem, uiiu iiariinoni soon lounu Hint tbu
only man amongst them who really under
stood whut ho was about was thu wily
sbipbrokcr. Oglo saw tills, and hu wont
in as a sleeping nariner. and tho lot uni
ted to oust noor Simeon, who.
finding no other road open
to satisfaction commenced
A SUIT IX CHANCKUV,
Which, doubtless, is in us advanced n
aUto at this present dalo us cluuecry
suits usually are.
Ogle now look tho holm of the sinking
ship and went vigorously to work.
Jicsfrs, j.iv . auurp, well-known men
in Ibis lino of businesr, wero iippuinted so
licitors to tho company. uuU in a verv
short poriod they succeeded in inducing,
rETKR LAWSOX it toy.
Tho eclobrated seed and cuanu inorchants
of London und Edingurgn, to take hold ol
the louii. Wo havo 110W arrived ut tho
month of December, 18CS. The L iwsons
wero in earnest. Harimout had not
trolled in Vain j a fish wus on his hook.
Alas I how many a slip 'twixt river and
bank, us wo toon shall too.
A commission of llvo woro font out to
cxamino thu pectiritios offered for tho re
payment of the loan, especially tho bait
lutd to capturo tho worthy seedsmen, at
the houd of which was Henry Lawton,
one of tho partners in the firm, llurtniont.
an engineer, a chomi.it, and a navid ollloor,
wno arrived saiely ut their destination
(tho city of Santo Domingo) in tho early
purl oi January, lfcO'J.
Conslstod of tho revenues of tho country,
in tho first pluco; secondly, of n rich de
posit Of guuuo said to exist iipjn tho island
oi Altu Velu, and thirdly, of certain gold
mines, etc., etc.
A low duys saw nil tho party, oxcept
llartmont, on their way to examine the
guano deposits, und tbo moment their
backs wero turned llacz nnd his agent
flruw m ihn l.nwjtnns fur n irnnd rntmil uiim
of monoy. Tho month of March saw .
Jionry l.uwscn back in London iirmly
persuaded In his own mind that all the
socurltiosoffered woro worthless. Never
theless, on his arrival ho found that n very
largo sum had been sent to Baez on fuls.t
representations made by that party, nnd
ut tho earnest solicitation of the knowing
shlpbroker. Thero was nothing elso for
it, they wero
To regain what they hud lost tboy must
go on, und ut last thu loun was quoted on
ttio stock exchange, dumuging articles in
several of tho newspapers uppearud, und
finally it-was withdrawn. The Lawsoiis
(who really were victims) wrote several
explanatory letters, but ull to no use ; tho
Sua Domingo loun was voted a dwindle,
uud ull who had a hand iu it suffered
more or less.
All this huppcued whilo Harlmont was
still in San Domingo; iu the mouth of
Juno lis returned us colonel in tho Douii
can army, and again breathed the breath
of lifo Into his half dead associates by new
and still moro subtle ideas. Puna hud
been tried and failed, London was no
better, now lot us try the pulse of Undo
Sam, says tbo lltllo Israelite (llartmont Is
a German Jew), Lrwsons muku their
last throw by supplying him with funds,
and off ho sturts tor Now York.
18 HE COL. FA1JKXS?
For two years be sticks to tho president.
but finds that horso won't ride; ut lust,
uftor un enormous amount of scheming,
the present Samana bay achomo comes out.
.Now, l would be inclined to say, what
n el l, my wortny little Uol. iabons, alius
Uerzberg, alias Harlmont?
Before concluding this lettor I think 1
will luko tho opportunity of expressing un
THE ISLAND OF SAN D0MIX0.O.
As stated in a former portion of mv loi
ter, it Is little short of an ottrlbly paradise,
1 havo, during my life, boon considerable
of a truvcllor, especially In tho tropics, but
naming mat ever i nave soon approaches
it In beauty of scenery. Tho foliuge is
magnificent, and tho mubogony cannot bo
cquuueu in any pari oi uie Known world ;
It also supplies moro lignam vita) to Eng.
land and this country thuu can bo obtained
from every otbor sourea.
Fruits, especially tho orange, lomon and
citron, havo not their equals under tho
sun, and sufficient could bo produced iu a
few years to mako them a cheap luxury on
ovcry table in tbo land.
I be sugar cuno grows larger thnn any
I havo scon olsowhero. I havii mmn.
growing in a back yard in tho city, three
uuu a nun menus in uiamctcr una tilled!
Tho whole of tho eastern half of tho isl
and is fiat, uud Is. iu consequence, desig
nated the slanos ; it is covered with lonl;
grass, and in somo places brush, but thoro
is nothing to prevent its being easily
brought into cultivation.
fiAMAXA II J, Y
Is tho third finest bay 1 havo seen, Uio
do Janoiro being first, and l'ort Jackson,
In Sydney harbor, being second ; nil the
navies in tho world could anchor In it, and
find room to awing ut their anchors, deep
wator evon close to tho shoro In some
places; It abounds in fish, nnd tbo slanos
with wild cattlo, brought thcro bv tho
Spaniards threo hundred yours ngo. Somo
of the bulls iirosald to bo magnificent mil.
mals, and awfully fierce. As regards tho
OUJKCT 01' THE I'L IICIIASE,
Ono can Term a vory fair idea; but Hint 1
leave to other pens than mino to deal
with. Certain it Is, nn onormous trade Is
tu bo done by tho establishment of u froo
port at Samana, for tho resourcos ol thu
country nro very largo, mid, taking winds
and currents into consideration, it Is
splendidly situated for that purposo, be
ing just ubout halfway botwoen the wind
ward islands and the shores of troplril
Ainerlcu, and directly in the nortlieait
Is n city In ruins, situated tit tho otitranco
of tho river (Ozam) on the south coast, us
shown in your accompanying map. ju w,
no doubt two hunJred years ngo In Span
Ish hands a protty strong place, bcnm sur
rounded Oil thO SOUtll mill cnal ),.- .... Ill
- ...... ... UmlI.
cations, now also In n state of ruin uud
useless for purposes of dofentn. Tho sea
breaks on the eastern kido against rocks so
high and Jaggnd as to render them urmp
proachable; the north side abuts on the
rlvir. The river itself is n moro dilcli,
and Hll but usijlesj except for small crafis
t hero being only nine fot or wator over
tho bar at tho best of tlmos. A trcmondous
surf is continually breaking on It, nnd a
downward cuncnt renders it by no means
an easy placo to onlor; onco tnsldo, nnd no
lovltar spot on earth can bo found.
Is different from anything I haro expe
rienced in any other part of tho tropics,
Inasmuch on you always havo cool nights.
Toward sunset the sea breczo dies away,
and by seven o'clock thero Is a cool, gen
tle lund wind which, by midiiiglu, will al
low of covering to tho extant of u s'leet,
and sometimes to a blanket. Of
I had rather not wrllo, for 1 nlways find
myself getting angry when I think of
them ; a cross botwoen a Spaniard und a
negro, with tho worst features of loth
brought Into strong rcllaf, Is not prepos
sessing, to say tho least ol It. Lazy Is no
name for thulr laziness; lutbuleiit brag
garts, suporstitlous, ignorant there, thoro,
I'll stop and finish iny letter by advising
the new mnstors of San Domingo to oiler
ull and ovcry ono of lis presont Inhabitants
an inducement to quit, for soonor or later
thero is bound to bo a row botween men of
such opposito tendencies nnd Ideas us tho
American and tho Dominican.
Santo Domingo, in the hands of a mod
erately thrifty race of people, would soon
bo n plitco In which it would bodcslrablo to
own n little real estate, especially water
frontngo on Samana buy.
Yours truly, St. Dominic.
111(1 ANli LITTLE "NiaOKIl" IN THE
From tho Now York Herald. 20th.1
In nrtlclu ton of tUo convention, as it Is !
pompously cwiej, between tlio govern
ment of Si. Domingo nnd tlio Samana Bav
company, it is provided that "tho com"
puny and Its territories shall remain un
der tho united protection of tho Domini
can ropublic und tho Uulted Slates of1
America, nnd tho company nnd its agouti,
when they deem it nccessurv. shall ask
tho protection and intervention of cither
of thoso nations or both." So tho United
States government is to bo dragged into
protecting this company and Intervening
lo sustain it. Who gives this assurance?
Does Gen. Grant or concress know any
thing about It? Or is this moro assump
tion on tlio part of tho speculators in
order to got oil' thoir bonds nnd stock?
Then wo find tlio cunning Ilaoz looking
after tho main chunco and protecting his
pecuniary Intorcsts in nrticlo eleven in n
innnnor that may provo cmburrasslng to
tho company nnd lead to appeals to the
unucuomies. Alter staling tliat an nn
mini payment of ono hundred nnd fifty
thousand dollars in Amorlcnn trnli'l
shall bo paid Iu advance bv tho company to
the Dominican government (that N to ll.iez),
It Is provided that "the non-payment of tho
annual rent, alluded to lu the article ten, or
tho jreuklug out of war, or other circtim
stances ot forct majeure, will eauc tho said
convention t i,u conquered null ami void
after thirty lay" notion Inn been given bv
tho Dominican irovermuent." n-.irs tint
only wanN hi money In advance, an a pru
dent lodjilng-liouie keeper does from a
doiihtlul icn.tnt, but Miould tho compaiiv
pay up promptly, tho whole grand hdicm'e
Will collapse. Should, thrletoro. thu I'cnn.
p.iny bo impecunious, uud not havo the t
money ready at any tlmo tlio lirM, second,
third or any aucceedlug)eai "In advance,"
what it to become of the vo.-ted rights or
property, of Immigrants, hould theiu cut
be any Immigrant, acquired trom and paid
lor to tho company t Would thu Iniml
grunts have any remedy Would they bo
subject of his mulatto Excellency, Hac, '
and have to remain In hU dominion-. 1
without redress Or could thev appeal nil
eltzcns of the United States, to the govern
ment at Washington t These are some ol ,
thu complications likely to arise, and it fs
well to know In time how they arc to be set
tled, l.'uloi the company eau tull Its bonds
or stocks under the i-pur of the extraurdi- '
nary advertisement it bai tkllliullv evoked
we leiir tlio 9IM.00O u year "In'udvaneu" I
win not ue realized irom riaiiiana. Why did
not tno company propose to pay line, iu
bondi or block 1 l'erliuiis he va too shrewd
to llstou to such u proposition. American
goiu no win nave ever,
Our Homo Advortisorg.
V. W. THO UN TON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TENTH HTHSRT,
Isooi-N. NHitl. Ullssdm HouldliiMi
Have Unttcrn, (wood) Wlndownud lnor
1'ramcH, flooring, Lath,
HIiliiKle. aimed Hauls, Ulaaetl Hide
I.lsrhtN, uinaed TrnnNoina.
Stiuli WcltthtH, Hitars I'tilllrn nnd O
1111 tut IVvitenlntrii, Iloollnsr
rtl, UooUuk C'esucut, IMaaterln
Vnpcr, Ciirtl Veil, Wlillfi
Lead, IJnsod oil, Aruerieau WIshIow
Ulane, Enclloli iindl'msscls
I1ho fSIttsi, I'lUly, U'nalcr'a 1'iuli
Nowrr JMprs l'lilciil Cbluiuai
E,t'i titc, Kit.
A'mN1.? 'Of'V":" R'vm I'apar CumjiRDy'
II. W Julm'sr ImproTud UooGuu alnnrs CD
S. WALT KltS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o emy dcserlplleu,
LATH, SUINOLKS, UKDAIt POSTS
LOOKS, SASH, JJLINDS
Kurnlshcd on i-txirtett notlcf.
L'ouimercial-BV, bet. lOtli and llth-Hbj.,
I It V U H.
have every year "In udvance,"
u'litlon will bo null and void.
or thu eouvc
Another "nigger" fu tho wood-pllo appears
to ho seen lu this provision about bulling
veseli "with the Dominican llag, or wltn
any other which tho compaiiv h:n a right to
use." This last clause ot the sentence nieum
of course, tho American llag, ;or lu u follow
lnir paragraph it Is said, "ull veeln i, ih,-
company wnich have tho Americau or Do- 1
iniuicuuuug suall be manned and commanded
by citizens of tho fulled Stales or ot the Do
minican republic." Is this Intended to bo a
cunning evasion of our registry uud naviga
tion luwsr This mining up ot tho American
llag uud Americau-iuauued und commanded
vessels With St. Domingo, uud u company of
our citlzeus having thu power of un inde
pendent government, looks us If there were
some sucu intention. Does 1'iesldeiit Grunt
know anything about this proposition!1 If
not, It will be well to l iok Into Unit hc-roro
giving couutcnuuee to this stupendous ad
venture At ull events, it will be well lor
our people to guard against being mWed bv
the Uouiish of trumpets tho barnaim Hay
company Is making.
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.1. 10. LUFKIN,
Wholesale nnd Krlall (Irocrr,
Il.iR on hand at all times Vegetable, Krulls
lliitternnd Dggn, f.ard,
Honev, TnoiMcw. Kuuirs, Ktc, K
KIT All goods Warranted Kie-h, and Mild
V. II. Parcels delUored to any part of the
city to CittomiTx.
WKhT SIDE COMMKISOIAI. AVE., llKl'WEE.V
17th ANIi 18th hTKKKIf.
O O I, I.I.VIt
'72. KALL'AND WINTER '73.
C. HAN NY.
KBNTUCKT JEANS, KXTRA,
.A. TT 23 IDS.
LAllUK STOCK OP OAlll-.XTINO
flit Entire Ntaok
VERY LOW FIGURES.
OOltNElt 8TH BT. AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
M I I.I.I N Cilf.
SELLING OFF AT COST
OnoOEUUS II ETAILEII AT VV1JOLKAALX
VlttOEM FOIt CASH.
AT II. 0. TIIIKLKOICK'S STOKE
WAH1IINOTON AVENUE, 1IETWEEN TENTH
ANII ELEVENTH HTI.EET3.
EC 'In. nnv Culm Suuar for - - . 55 0
'i " " " '" ... i 00
OJ Ihs. A coU'mi Sucar, N. Y. Std. - 1 OC
I " Prime Rio Colleo for - - 1 OC
3 " Choice ' . . j oC
!1 " Old Government Java - - 1 OC
Teas and othur stailo and fancy Groce
ries equally us choap.
Goods now nnd full weight given. Call
R E TAIL G It 0 C E It
And Dealer III
MILS. MAUGA11KT JACKSON
KnnnnrK' tlvviiiilnr littnu.iii... A
to heiiHicky, tlcIa'h tu clUpony of her Uririi
MUM l.VhHV PtWkrt Ul
JUL X L L I ZST E IvL IrT
Immediately. In order to faclllltatc tho sale
of liiTKooils, 51m, .laelif-on has detoniilned
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladles of Cairn and vln'tv
to call on her If they dculre good harsins
GOODS AK 10 ALL NEW
The inontof them having hrpii selected from
uie iatu laii styles, lieiicu tho I.idle have u
raro opportunity to pureham new and lush
loimhlu millinery at cokt jirlec. The Mnek
cou-l.tsof IkUh ribbons, dowers, hosiery
ladles u iiderweur. etc,, etc, ll-HOtl'-'
On KUhlhBtrccl, between UommerclKUnil Wsh
HK(on Aveuum, h dally recidvlni
NKW MILL1NKUY GOODS
LATEST KALI. AND WINTEU STYLES.
HosMiB lull Ime or
03OiTiTa3iif3 & xA.'ra
ITrunmo.t and untnramod, '
FniCXOU FLOWKIW. MlHIONd, THIMlIINas
of all kinds, Locus, eta., elu.
Mrs. MeOee has also
Kauey ArllclcB, vueh m
a lnrK tsartiiieut p
X KCK TI.M. COLLAtlH. UNflKHflLKEVKS,
Ann an uiiinr imhuiuh usually lound In a
"K'itlijra!,' KIHST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
JTiT All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
the lowest prices,
Corner Olh St. andCommcrcIulAve,
-Mrs. jiictioe. in aiidiuon to iicr stock of
Fancy and Mlllluery Goods, lian a llinono and
compieto assortment of Cincinnati Custom
.Made l.adlos' and Misses' Shoes nnd Chll
dreus Hoots, lllack and in Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
hoes iu the market, nnd this Is the only
uce in the city that uiukci, them a specialty
Fur Sale at Wholesale or llclail.
COIINKR 32l)-STKKET AND OHIO LGVE1
olf t J. I'.UAXRLB
MISS M. J. CAltSO.N
WIMies locall attention to her Mock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy Hoods and ."tuple Arti
cles conls'ln ol Dolls In great variety,
Ladles' Work-boxes ol tine quality, Writing
l)ek, Children' IIhIifh, Toy Wairons, Doll
Hugglcs, Hobby llore, Kino SiUcr-pbtcd
Wuroou Nickel Silver, Fine Table-knlvef,
Knnpkln King'. China Vuscs, ana a Rood se
lection of Cheap Jewelry. Also lino
('till Id.lla tlnlllr.. nml l'l,.lnr.. 1.-,..
many other urlieli's too numerous to men
tions All are invited to call. No. IAD Com
mercial avenue, between Ninth and Tenlli
II. M. IIULKX,
M E H C II A N D ISK JJ K 0 K H K
Purchasing for .Merchants a speciality.
Olllcc: 110 Ohio Levee, CAIItO, II.I.S
EaTRcfercncns. Cairo Jlerchants.
NEW YOltK STOltK,
WHOLESALK AND RETAIL.
I.AU0ET VAKIKTY STOCK IN TUE CITY
GOODS SOLO VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnrlos-ntli ktrrct mid Coin
nicrcial A on ue,
CO. P ATI Kit.
PARKER & iiLAKE,
WALL TAPER, TAINTS,
Putty, lion slue, Mainline,
And the celebrated illurainMlait
BUOSH'LDILDINf, ccf 11th ST. A COM
Caiko .... Ilinois.
No. 104 Cosimeiicial Avenue,
French, Scotch and American canlmero
of all colors, and beuvcr uud broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up lu the
And at the lowest price. A fine lit and first
class work guaranteed. Satisfaction in c-v
II. T. UKUOULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(Im Kitter'n and I'lumbor'i mMsrml, Wocd
K"'"i ki"' mw nnuio vaiv.s, slop
cocks, check vufvcii,tc.
Alio AiitiiT ron
Tufls Hrotliem Pnttnt lry Un SStttrr
And Miirouoiiee, Wells A Co'B Autotnutlo Wotel
ludlcutor undHupply VUe for teni boiler.
iVTKH'a nt.onic. rnviviliiiriAi.-AVKHn
J. C. II U ELS,
Lull! or St. LoiiU.
HOOK HINDER AND HUNK HOOK
Comer Twelfth street ami roniiiieivlul Ave
It I. AN K ROOKS of ovcry description done
wltlilieatness and dlsiwiteh. All kinds of
rullmr done at short notice, lilbles, Music,
Majj'azlncs nnd Periodicals bouud neat und
at the lowest posslblo rates.
L'OlltltV VV'nrL". Sllpll na Hnnnnlj Ilw.l'n.o
i;e Books, Wanks, etc., made a speciality
, i ucivui jiooas, i-nveioiies, etc.,
made to order il-lMtf,
CAIRO VINCENNES O.
AlTftKVlfV'B fU'vinu 1
lUnnmiiuna, l)ls.,Jun. 17, 1873.;
N'ollce Is horeby given that all the notes
id bnnila irli-tiii fiv IttiiL.M....! . ... . . . i
lions to the Cairo & Vlneennps rnllrnnil
company are now In my hands for collection.
I lie 1 company Is desirous of cl-lnc up the
n iuamuniij unj u i.ueucuoiu, anu
It Is hoped that all persons who have execu
ted notes or bonds to tho comnanv will be
prepared to sctllo up when called upon either
by myself or airont. Oiikkn 11. Hum.
Mtf Bt. Attorney C. A- V. R.U.
Our Homo Advertisers.
fORWARDINfJ and COMMISSION
H K It f II A N TA.
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
AnJ AeuU uf
SUIO H1VKH AN1 KANAWU1
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Z. II. UATHUbs.. IrO.UllI
MATHUSS &, UHL,
AN It MB3IEMAL
C O M M I 3 3 I ON M E R C HA NTS
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccomon to K. 11. UrnJrico A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Literal AdfKncfrnruta mfcie
tB uioa CoDlnmenU. E
Are rrrril to rcMTo, (tor nJ lorwirJ
rrelhtr to nil poi&tn nnd biif ns'l
rilutlnfn nilenJoJ to prinitir.
S. I). AYEHn. K. J. AVKIlS.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 76 Ohio Levee, Caiho, Ills.
R. A. 'JUNNINOIIAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKALRIt IN
H-A.1T, OATS, COHN
AND MILL FEED.
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Chillis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTII-ST. am OHIO LEVE
i. M. A L I) E N,
Late of Thomas & Aldeli,
COMMISSION M E RCIIANT
Fl.OUIt, SI UAL, (I11AIX, HAY, Xv.
No, 13."i Onto Lkvkk, Caiko,
0Cash advances on (loods on bight.
Rhvkiien-CKS : City National Hank ol
Cairo, First Nutioniil llank or Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRDANK'8 SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAHtO, ILLINOIS,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWKI.V WAIU'M AVKO AMD WALNU1
Dr. 11. K, Fields Informs (na public thtt ht tits
LIVERY S T A It h A",
on tlin northwtat mA nf Tanii. ........
IIi H'l,l will bi. furnltlmj will, nou but tr.
AND GOOD VEHICLKS.
and the public may he aecouunodated it ul
hours of the day and uhrht with sure teams
on the lowest tonus.
Dr. Helds aiks a share of nuhllc patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair doling
and strict attention to bus
WOOD KITTEN HO USE & RRO.
(Jo a era! Commission MarcbanU
188 OHIO LXVSX,
II KM IS, BROWN & CO.,
AiiENTtj Homk Cotton Mills
NO. bO Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
On Commercial avenue, botween Twellth
and Thirteenth street,
QUESTS WILL FIND HOOD ROOMS AND
TIIK VERV BEST OK BKDI
.AT THIS HOTJSB:
Traaslint Patroiuge Solicited.
Mm. fitxsx McCasthy, Prepr.