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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1873.
Joim n. cnifbiur, Ed it ft andruhiisho
Trito OF TOE DAILV HULLETIN :
One week, by carrier 9 25
'OMjTMrby carrier, in advauco 10 00
Oat year br carrier It .not pud In
advance 12 00
MMrthtbrmll 1 00
uoBiK..v. a. . :.
Dm taaf 10 00
Jaka lit Oberlr hat reduced the euhscrip
on price of be"WKirr.V diino Uullktin
o Om Dollar per annual, making it mo
beapeitpprpubtlsbod In Southern Illinois
The alaU leglttaluro reassembles to-day
afteraa adjoummont of a week,
Tai mayor of Peoria is Brm In lita dc-
ternioaUon 'to close tho saloons at 11
o'clock atnlfbt. How popular tho mayor
of Peoria muit bo with tbo ladios of
.that city ' j
PiacnnacK, who calls himself United
State tonator from Louisiana, takes bit
neah comfortably at the Arlington hotel
in Washington city, at the latno table
Twflelente of Caldwell" Ii tailed ill,
Ten by thoM Whose put political ntsocia
tlons withi him would induco thom to prop
hli filling reputation, if tbero wcro any
tupport by which that might to done.
Pattebson and tlio otbor gravo and
revorend t lonlori' at Washington, whom
tbo revelations of Oakcs Ames nro con
tlgning to diigraco, tbrcaton an Indigna
tion meeting agaimt Ames, and revengo
of iomo tort on him. It doth not yoi ap
poar what tbo revengo it to bo. Tho un
fortunate fellowi who foil, into tho Credit
Mobilior ttapi, might profit by tho exam
pie of the murderers they thould becomo
convorted ; throw off their load of guilt by
a full confciiion ; giro a history of their
connection with tbe Credit Mobilior In de-
tail, with their motive, etc. ; and though
they may .not cxpect to bo hanged, tbey
may still onjojr the 'peaco of mind Which
always follows making acloan breast of It.
The trail of the serpent is over them all.
Vice-President Colfax, tho gcntlo, gonial,
mlld-mannere'd Colfax is as deep in tbo
mud of the Crodit Mobilior scandio as
Vice-President elect Henry Wilton, is in
its mire. And Garfield, and Btnghnm and
many others, too numerous to mention, aro
all tossed with the same stick. It is very
ad. We are forcibly reminded that e
do not live In the days of Thomas Jeffer
son or George Washington, and wo don't
believe that Henry Wilson, or Schuyler
Colfax or Senator Patterson even stood up
bravely in their boyhood's days
and owned, "I did it with my little
hatobet; when tackled with any boyish
misdemeanor, such as hacking a fruit trro
or appropriating. looso chango, tholr de
fense must have been "Father, I don't
mean to tell a lie, but 1'vo forgotton all
about iu" Tbero is ono littlo feature in
tbo wbolo Credit .Mobilior buslnois which,
under the circumstances, is no doubt moro
gratifying to those implicated than to tbo
public, and that however closrly tbo
charges of corruption mny bu fastened on
these unworthy servants of the peoplo,
they are almost certain to go uuwhipped
of justice, and will suffer no punishment
in tholr own minds except tho regret of
having tbeir rascality oxposed.
Uncle Sam haying lisued bills of credit
in small sums to circulato among tbo peo
ple, found himself kbejiegod by many of
the money lenders who, "in tbo interest of
tbe poupte," mado his roprosontatlvcs bt
lievo it boit to fund tbo smull bills in largo
interest bearing bonds.
Then when Undo Sam had his bonds
ho bud a large amount of small bill,n
band, and these same money lenders in
duced him to loin tbo small bill, (fir
thuir large onos,) to tiro its a circulating
medium among tlio pooplo. And this
bargain was mado. '
Uncle Sara loaned tho monoy lenders
named National Hanks Ills small notes
without interest, and took his own bonds
as security at one and ono-Unth.
Ilence tbe result.
Uncle siam.sells ono bundrod thousand
dollar bonis at par bearing 1-lU por cent
interest, and then loans the national banks
ninety thousand dollars without InteroH
which tbey loan thejpsople ; at ten per
cent. Interest, which results in Uncle Sam
paying the national bank six thouiand
dollars gold Interest on tho ton thouiand
'reserved as security. And tho people
(wbo ore Undo Sam) paying thu lame
national bunko nino thouiand dollars
interest on the ninety thouiand dollars
loaned tbe bank without Interest by the
obliging representatives of Undo Sam,
Hence the result.
Tbe people of tbe United Status have
ninety thousand dollars In circulation in
tbe shape of national bank notes upon
which tbey pay six thousand dollars gold
and nine thousand dollars currency Inter
est, when by furnishing our own money
tho people would have ono hundred thou
sand dollars (the same amount) lu circulu
tlon without paying the gold Intcrott for
paying which no good reason can bo given,
for none cUsts nor ever did. '
of the atnlo of lUlnolrfVcnroscntcd in the
cenernlsMMmbty, that aeoltona ono'huii-
atou an,5sixiT.inp,f itvo aoiitinM ana
11,1.1 -...tL ..Vi...V....i..ji...i
one, ofjWVn sir,' fof'tlio aslossmont of
properly, and for. tbo levy and collection
of iaxci,' approved March 30, 1872, which
said numbered sections rend us follows :
"Sec, 1C9. Town and district collector
shall return tho tux books nnd maki) final
settlement for tho amount of taxes plncr tt
In tholr nanus lor collection on or botoro
Ibo first day of Fobrunry next after ru
telvlrk tbo.lax'boi'k; Provided, Hint tho
county collector .mny first notify, In writ
Ing, ihoscvcrnl town or district collectors
upon what dny within twenty days after
tho first day, of February tlirjr shnll ap
pear at his ofllco to mako final sottlomonl."
"Sec. 239. On or booro tho twonty
clghtb day of 1'abruary, annually, nfior ho
has made settlement with town or district
collector;, tho county collectors illnll mnko
a sworn statement, allowing tlio total
amounts of ouch kind of tax recoived by
him from town or district collector;, ami
tho total amount of each collected by him
self, which statement shnll bo Hied in tlio
ofllco of tbo county clerk."
"Sec. 241. Tho county collector ahn11,on
or beforo tho fifth day of March following,
pay over to tho slnto treasurer the taxes
In hta postcsiion paynblo to tho slnto treas
ury, as shown by such settlement."
Shall, to tho extent, and only so fur ns
the sumo apply tO'lavs lciviod on tbo as
sessment of properly for tho year 182, or
to othor taxes required by law to bo ex
tended on tho tax books with tho luxe? of
said year 1872, bo hold and horoby mado
to read as follows :
'Sec. 1C9. Town nndl'riistrlct collec
tors rhall return tho tux books, nnd mako
final settlement fur tho amount of taxes
placed in thoir hands for collection, on or
hpforo the 1 0th dny of March, A.D. 1S73:
I'rovldnd, that tho county collector mny
first notify. In writing, tho sqvornl town or
district collectors" upon what day, within
twenty days lifter tho 10th day of March,
tboy shnll nppoar at his office to mako.
"Sec. 230. On or beforo tho tenth
day of April, A. 1). Ib73, after ho has
made settlement with tho town or district
collectors, tho county collectors shall mako
a sworn statement, snowing tuo total
amounts of each kind of tax rccolvod by
him from town or district, collectors, and
the total amount of each collected by him
self, which statement shnll be filed in tho
ofllco of tho county clerk."
"Sec. 21. Tho county collector shall,
on or beforo tbo fifteenth day of April, A.
O. 1873, pay over to tho ttato trensuror,
tho taxes in his hands paynblo to tbo slnto
treasury, as shown by such sctllomcnt."
Skc. 2. Ou and nftor tho 10th day of
April, A.D. 1H73, tins net shall censo to
oo in lorco ana cncci, saving, uoweven, an
liabilities Incurred thereunder; and
tborcafter sections ono hundred and sixty
one, two hundred nnd thirty-nine, and
two hundred and forty-one, as first recited
In soction ono of this net, nnd as tbey np
poar and road in tho act of March SO, .1871',
tbe title of 'Which Is iriven in thntltlonnd
section one ol this act, shall romnin in full
forco nnd effect, tlio eatno as if this act had
never bocn parfed.
Whereas Tho benefits of this net nnd
tho roliof hcroby intended to boiifflrdcd to
tax-pnyors will bo lost union It takes iin
mcdiato effect, whorofore an emergency
exists requiring thnt it shnll so tako cffict;
lucretoro this, act snail tako clloctnnd bo
in forco from nnd after Its pastngo.
THE DETECTIVE SYSTEM.
UOW MB. M'FADDEN UKEW IUCH.
Samuol Mcr'addon wus a watchman in
a bank. Ho was pour, but honest, and
his lifo was whim-it reproach. Tlio
troubla, with him wus that ho
felt that ho was not appreciated. His
salary was only four dollurs a week, and
when ho nsked to have It raised, tbo presi
dent, cashier, and tho board ol directors
glared ut him through their spectacles, and
frowned on him, nnd told him to iro out
and stop his insolence, whon ho knew bus
iness was dull and tlio bank cuuld nut
meet its cxponsol now, let ulono lavishing
mo dollar on sucn u imsoniolo worm in
d.iniuel MuFaddeu. And then Samuol
McFuddou felt depressed, sad, nnd tho
haughty scorn of tlio president and cashier
cut him to tbo soul. Ho would often gn
into thu side-yard, nnd bow his vvnernblo
twnnty-iour tucti heau, ana weep gallons
and gallons of tears over his insiiiiUcaiice,
and pray tlinl liu might bu worlliy or thu
proiident's and caslner'i, polltu attention,
One night u happy ttiought struck him;
a gleam of light burst upon him, mid gaz
ing down thu dim vistu of years with his
eyes all blinded with joyous toars, ho saw
himself rich and respected. So Samu.il
McFadden fouled around and gut a jim
my, a monkoy-wreuch, u crosi-cul saw, it
uuid-ehisel, a drill, und about a ton of gun
powder and iiitro-irheeniie, and those
things. Then, iu Uio dead of night, he
went to the llrc-proot salo, and after work
inn It for nwhilo, burbt the duor and brick
into an immortal s mash, with such u rcr-
feet success that tbero was nut enough of
mat sin leu to mauo a carpel-lack. Jir.
HoPudden ihon prucooded to lo.id up with
cuupjns, grnenbjcks, curroncy und specie,
and to null all tho odd change that wit
lying anywhere, so mat ho prancea out ol
llm bank witli over a million dollars on
him. Ho then retired to an unassuming
resluonco out ol town, nnu then sent word
to tlio detectives whurn ho was.
Adelvctivo railed on him tho next day,
with n sootnlng nolo from tho cashier.
-ucruduon ireetou ii with a lolly 6corn.
Oeteetives called on him every day with
hiimblo notes Irom tho provident, cashier
una uimru oi uireelors. At last the bank
ulilcers got up a magnificent private tup
per, to which Mcl'mldon was Invited. Ho
came, and as tho bank officers bowed down
in tho dust beforo him, ho pondered wull
over tlio bitter pust, and his soul was tilled
licforo hu drovo nwny In his o.irrlgo
Uirt niL'lit, It was all llted that .Mr. .Me
Kaddon was to Icocp half u million f that
monoy nnu to no unmoicteu it ho returned
tho othor half. Ho fulfilled his contract
liku an honest man, but refused with
paughty ditdain tho oll'ur of tlio cashier to
merry his tinugntor.
Mac Is now honored nnd respected, He
moves in tlio boit society, ho browses
uround iu purple and lino linen nnd other
gooa clothes, ana enioyes hlmselt first
rate. And often now ha takes his infant
son on his ktn'o und tolls him of hit arlv
llfe, nnd instils holy principles into thu
child's mind, nnd shows him how, by in
dustry uud porsevorunco, nnd frugullty,
and nitroglycerine, nnd monkey-wrenches,
anu croij.cui saws, una inmiiiarlty with
tho dctcctlvo syitom. ovon tlio Door mnv
Hamilton on tho 20th, of Novembor last
At.that llmofhls1 wife' was possessed of
about (40,000 in her own right, nn Inher
itance from ller fitllier. ' Tho real oilato
belonging to her Is nil that remain!. Tho
yoiini; wlfo is completely prostrated by
tho discovery of her huslnud's ttuachery,
nnd now lles'dangcrously 111 of bruin fovor.
In ndditlon to tho monoy bclunglug to
his wife, Da no used or carried nwuy 3000
buldnglng to Mr. Oardnor,' his former
bookoopcr who had given Lannttio money
for Investment. Ocorgu Lane, dr., Is
about twenty-fivo years of ngo, n son of
Captain Ocorgo 11. La no, formoriy com
mander of tho strainer Colorndu, nnd nt
present ngont nt Yokolinmn of tho I'ttclllo
Mail stoamshlp company. Young Lnno's
first appearance In slock oporntlons ' was
ns clerk in tho otilco of a Wall stroct
broker, Now York city. Ho nftcr
wnrds servo ns its sistant storekeeper in tho
sorvico of tho Pacific Mail titoamshlp
comiiany, nnd with tho capital required
went into tho business with Minor S.
Martin, ns brokers, nt 330 Montgomery
strcot. Thu firm mndo money rapidly
until tlio crash in stocks Inst spring, when
tbey failed for ?25,000, quarrelled and
separntod, Uoth went through bank
ruptcy, nnd recommenced business onch
on his own hook. Land has slncn led a
fast life, being npjmrontly In possession
of largo means Ho paid 2,600 for n
fast horsn, SC00 for a trotting buey, and
lnrgo sums fur fino clothing nnd jewel r v.
During his brief married life hp is safd
to liavo been nn apparently devoted bus
band, nnd until his sudden disnppenranco
his wife hnd no causo to suspect his
SCU A PS.
Ladles bolong to Kansas Farmers'
London hns tho real " Ulnck Crook."
Prince Humbert has turned author,
The Pnristnn tbontrrs linvo smoking
Italy is bnnishng her gypsies.
Christy's mlnitrols will erect a now
thcatro in Londun.
Sinco tlio robberies soldlors nnd detec
tives guard tho Iterlin muioum.
San Frnncisco clnlms to bo becoming
n " church going city.'' Somothing had
to bo dono.
A California yearling Infant weighs
moro than its pa.
A French scientist suggeits platinum
coinage ns u subitituto for copper nnd
Indianapolis hnd ono divorco for ev
ery five marriages Inst yonr,
Gen. Schonck's youngest dnughlor is
to tnnrry tin English nobleman.
Vienna is ooiigod to build now gas
nouses 10 supply mo cxuiullion.
Tlio prince of Wnles roadi tho Mow
lork papers regularly, ami jet somo call
American artists nnd prima donnas
aro thick ul Jinan.
Photogrnphs of tho dond Napoleon
cannot bo sold in Paris.
Tho Portusueso liko llh. Hrnzll is
Newfoundland's best customer, nnd Portu
Bayard Taylor Is lecturing In Gorman
to tho peoplo of Gotlmon American litera
ture. Willinm Craft. i Goorcin colored
man, is likely to bo appointed minlsttr to
M. C.'s seem to hnvo boon much too
ramlliar with O. M.'s. Low. Cour.
Tho Philadelphia 'Press' with ex
tremo lUpublicanism, calls Kugcnio Mrs.
'1 lioro is talk of removing tho trocs
irom unier uer iiinuci " at Derlin.
The lord mayor of London tut down
to a Christinas dinner witli ono hundred
and oighty-six rolativos, allwcaithy.
Presidont Thlors Intends to break up
tlio Jnrdin Mabillo nnd similar establish
merits in Paris next summer.
On account of tho cold weather in
Uhieairo, tlio 'Tluios' is nolo tu collect a
column of "congealed humanity" daily.
.Mrs. Sarali Barrow, while, attending
church nt PouUMll, N. Y., salik down un-
aer oeniuicuun nnu uluu.
Tlio Ncbrnskn legislature has voted
thnt gaming tables bu removed from tho-
urn uoors ot ouliuings in towns of one
thousand or moro inliabitants.
A London man rccontly killed him-
son occauso it saioon keeper ronned mm a
drink, and tho lattor was arrested ns be
ing rcspuuslulo fur his death.
Tho city of Warsaw proposos to eelo
bratu thu -100th birtli of Copurnlcus. A
trench paper volunteors tho infurmation
that ho wus a 1 check, and not a Pole.
An Indianapolis bnardini! homo
kcepor has boon sued for $5,000 by a
boardor, who claimed that sha caught tho
smaii-pox inrougu ins negugenco.
A Milwuukoa ladv had sovnral bun
dred dollars worth of point laco clipped
oil' tior clothing by nn ndroit thlof whllo
sho wni nt church sinning. "Strip mo of
uio rouo oi priuo; ciotho mo in humility
Tho Knclish liuvv it about to disenrd
tho open necked shirts, which fortimo Im
memorial have given llngllsh sailors tho
Droncniiif nnu pneumonia, nnd ndopt n
uiiiurciu n.) iu oi iiiroiuo.
That was indeed n very sharp epigram
of M. Tillers on Louis Napoleon's adminis
tration '-Thoro aro no moro faults to
commit;" but President Thiers survive to
prove that tliero are. N. Y., Com, Adv.
TAX EXTENSION BILL.
Tbe following is the bill passed by the
legislature, extending the time for tbo
payment of taxes to March 1st: .
A bill for an act attending tho time for
tbe collection of tbe taxes on the assess
menu for tbe yoar A. D. 1H72, and de
linquent and omitted taxes on tbo ssiess.
meat books of laid year.
Deotlon 1. B it enacted by tbo people
itoniiKitY of a win:.
Tho Sin Francisco 'Ilulletln' of the 5th
Inst., says: Ueo, JJ. Lsno, .Ir, stock broker,
formoily of the firm of Martin it Lane,
uub lutuij uumg iHiDinuB on ins own ac
count nt 331 Montgomery street, suddenly
disappeared about ten davs ago, taking
with him nil thaiuoaoy ho'could command
by tho sale of stocks on hand. The fl;iul
auiui nuru uiiouiou inaougu u. 11, nlouten
butg, nnd as somo of thu slocks worn fold
at a sacrifice, tlio salo being peremptory
tbo lones wuro quito largo, mid since
Luno's uiiappearanco It has been nicer
tallied that every dollar of tho ready
money of Lno's young wife Is missing,
togothor wit i suveral thouiand dollars be
longing to hU mother-in-law, Mrs. flam
llton, und his wife's sinter, tho
whola amounting to over 5200,000.
Lano was married to Maggie A.
Ami Dt-Jilor In
VKGI'.TAIILKS. FIUIITS, K(1(J3,
LAK1), FltBSH BUTT Kit, LIVK
AND DUKSSKI) 1'oULTItY,
FBKSH SALTUI) AM)
SMOKl'.I) FISH, F.TO.
Ai.i. Goods Wauiiaktf.I) Fhksh
And ,-ohl ut tho lowest price Ini'Vali.
jjgy-Klghlh strool, belwoon Commorcinl
and Washington avt'iiue".
Our Homo Advortiseri.
U E T A I L - G 11 O O E R
Anil Driler la
VKGKTAIII.KS. 1'ltUITS, 'llfifJS, LAUD
I'ltKSll lIUTTKlt, KTO.
Idr All floods warranted frch, and sold
thu lowest prices,
Corner IMi St. iiudCommorclalAvo,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
. 13 TENTH HTIlltKT,
Iloorn, NnIi, IlltiiitK, MonlitliikD,
Knvo U titters, (w ooil) Window nnd Door
Fraiurn, ft'loorltsr, Latb,
NhlsigtM, (llaaed Naati, Qlnaod Nlde
IJirhtn, Otnaetl Traosoias,
Rnih Wclxhta, Hmti Pallica nnd O
nilud FiMtonlUKis, Kooflusi
rll, IIouUuk Cement, l'Untrrln
Iacr, Cnriet Felt, Wblto
LKl Uiiad Oil, American Window
CJlaee, Enstllats andrrenets
Pinto Ulaaia, Patty, ninslor'e PomI
Hem r Vlpm, Patent Chlimipjri(
. Hie, Klo,
A OtNlfl for Rock KUel Paper Compny'
A Jk ui--hiiu( roi null iUHriK licniDQI
11. W Jolm'n iaiproYu.l Kootlnif nlwars cn
.HARD and SOFT LUMBER
n tvT-ry ilerlptlnn,
LATH, SUINOLK!?, OK DA It POSTS
DOOltS, SASH, BLINDS
furnished on piortt notlcr .
Uommcroinl-ov, bet. 10th and llth-Bb".
Oil 110 ILLITfOIH.
IS It V U O H.
'70 1.' 1 T T 1 "TI lirrXTflU1T livn
r ALU iUL H m iM id.
C. HAN NY.
KEJfTnCKT JEAXB, YXTRA,
LAltOE STOOK OF 0A1U OTINQ
(II LT HANDS,
Ilia Kntlro Starts
OORHKR 8TH ST. AND COMMKRCIAL-AT.,
I;or Snlo nt Wholesale or Retail.
CORNER :12d.STRKET AND OHIO LRVES
nnHU J. P.MAMni.K
MISS M. J. GARSOiN
AVIslics focall nttcnlion to her stock of Toys,
Notions nnd Fancy 000114 and staple Arti
cles conlvlnx of UolU In great variety,
l.mllro' U'.irL.lwiVna nl f!,,n Ill,' U'rlll.T..
Honk, Children's Dishes, Toy Wuon, Doll
HukkIo, lloliliyllor.es. Kino Slhcr-plated
Ware on Nickel Silver.' Klnn Tnlitc-kiiltca.
Knapkin lUiif,", China Vases, an 1 n irood sc-
iceiKiii 01 uncap icwcirv, aio 11110
Call Dells. Picture and Picture Frames, ami
many oilier article too nuineroua to men
tions aii aro inviicii 10 can. jmo. iru com
inefclitl avenue, lietneen M11II1 and Tenth
II. M. IIULEN,
MKHCHA N DISK 13 R O K K R
Purchasing for Merchants a epcelallly.
Onico: 110 Ohio Lovce, CAIRO, ILLS
jKITRcfcrcnccs. Cairo Morchants.
Our Home Advertisers.
NKW YORK STORK,
WnOLESALK AND RETAIL.
WIIOKST VAniETT STOCK IN THE CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnrtpsutli street nnd Com
.1. U. LUKKIN,
U'luileNitln unit Itrtiill ticorer,
Has on hand nt nil tlnins Vnftetn1ilc, Krnlts
llutlcr and l.anl.
IIonk v, Tuoi'io.w. Kiiuits, Etc., Etc
U3TAII kooiN Wariantod Krc-li, and sold
ai Miian i rum.
.S. II.. ParccN delivered to any part if Ihu
city to Customer.
WEST MIDI: COMMKIIOIAL AVR., IIKTWKK.V
17lll AND I8ill HrilBBM.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty, Ilemlue, tiaaollne,
And the eelrlirttcd lIlumlnktiDj;
DROSS' LOILDIN CCF 11 Til ST, A COM
Cairo .... Ilinoi.
No. 104 CosuiKnciAL Avknui:,
Frcncll. Scot'dl and American raisirneroi
of all colors, and hua or and hroad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In tlio
Anil at the lowest price. A fine tit and Urt
clan work (,'iiarnntecd. Satisfaction Iu ev
rOMMIMIOll AN ruMWABIIIJ.
II. T. UEROULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Dili It II
fiaa Vittor's an.l llumtr' material, Wood
I'Umi , nlotiu itnil anijli vlTk, stop
suo auknt roa
Tulta nrotlicnt Patout Dry Oaa Meter
iml MorenoiiH, Well A Co'a Automatic Wate)
lnJlcaior auJtiupiily Valre for stoaui boilers.
ivtkb nr.o.nx .
C O I.I.IXO
THE NEW SYSTEM.
OKOCKKIK8 IIKTAII.KD AT WIIOLKHALK
1'ltICKa roll CASH.
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE
TVABHINQTON AYK.NUK, HKTWKItV TKNTI1
AND KLEVKNTlt BTIIKKTH.
BC 'hi. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - $6 0
0 " " " ... i oo
tlj lbs. A coffco Suirar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " Prime Rio Coll'oo for - - 1 0C
8J Choico " - - 1 0(
3 " Old Government Jhv - I 0C
' Teas and othor ttnplo and fancy Oroco-
rios equally as cheap.
Goods now and fall weight given. Call
HOME TBADE I
J. 0. II U ELS,
l.:ilo of St. Lout-.
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
Corner Twelfth Mrcct and Commercial Ave
ilLAN'K ROOKS or every dccrlptinn dono
With neatness and dispatch. -VII kinds of
ruling dono at short notlco. Widen, .Music,
Magazines nnd Periodicals hound neat and
ut tlio lowest iiorblhlo ratcx.
County work, hiicIi as Records, Dockets,
TVo Hooks, lllaiiks, etc., made a ipeclallty
lloxof, Pocket HookH, Envelopes, otc,
made to o'diir H-'Jt tf,
OA 1 110 & V1NCENNKS
Aitoknkv'h Okfick, )
ilAnitisnuita, iiis.,j.iii. 17, ib.i. ;
Notlco Is hereby given that all tho note
and hoiuUglviin hy Individual ns mlnerlp.
tiniH to tho Cairo A Vlueennes railroad
company aro now In.niy haudHfor oollevtlon.
Tho company Is dei-lniim of eln.ln up thu
hiihlncM at no caily day an priietlcahlc, and
II Is hoped that all pcrou who have oxecu
ted notes or bonds to tho company will ho
prepared to settle up when called upon either
by myself or nt'eiit. (luiCKN 11. IUum.
1-llJot. Attorney C, V, It, It,
, , SID
KORWARDING and COMMISSION
MB It Oil A MTU.
DEALERS IN FJOUR;
And Axenta of
SIIIO HIVCn Jl.HU KANAWHA
P. G. Schuh.
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
Z. D. UATIIUHH..
K. O .Dill
MlTHUSS St, UIIL,
C O M M I S S I ON M E It C HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Haccfuon to K. 11. IU n lricn A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
awr Liberal AdTancrmriila mala a2Wf
lpai ujioii CoD,l(iomf ut. S
Ara prfparrd to rxociv. atora and forward
rWtfhtc to all polnta and bur and
tell on commlKSion,
SWr)ntlna ailndl to prnmptlr;
S. D. AYKKH. K. .1. AVKHI.
AVERS ii CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Ko. "8 Onto I.ivir, Caiko, Ills.
l. A. CUNNING HAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AM) DRALKK IN
AND MILL FKKI).
CAIRO, ' ... ILLINOIS
JOHN R. I'HLLIS & SON,
(HurceatoratoJotm II. I'hlllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. am. OUIO LEV
li. M. A L I) K N,
Lato of Tlionias A; Allien,
A S II
I'LOCIt, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, ,U:
No, 1.15 OIIII.KVKK, Caiko.
JSTCaih advances on (loods on alght.
RKPKjtK.NCKa : City National Rank' of
Cairo, Mrt National Hank orchienxo.
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDIN G MERCH AN TP,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc., .
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Lovce, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSB & BRO.
Oonoral Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LEVKK,
) M M
) 'A 7. -
) O O 2
v - s
g o S g s
o - - S I
2 l S $ w 3
HI Q A A K
f a ' s J
W P4 S
O O 5
I - H
NEW LIVERY STABLE,
niTWMK VfABa'Jf ATSXCB AKD WALlfL'l
Dr. B. K, riotda Informa tna pul.llc that h lias
op the norlhweat aide of Tanlh stri-t m nni
ilia H'aWca will hr fumlaliad with nnna lint th
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and tho public may ho accommodated at al
hours of tho day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields aiks a sharo of puhllo patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deahin;
and strlet attention to husl
RE. MIS, BROWS & CO.,
Aoents Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Ills,
On Commercial avenue, lctwocn Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND GOOD ROOMS AND
TIIK VKUY BKHT OK IIRDlt
.A.KC THIS HOXTS Ei:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
1 lOtf ai'M' K'',,,tN Mc0BV Fropr.