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J jHN H. OUERLY, Editor ud rubliiho
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1873.
TERMS OF THE DAILY HULLRTIX:
Om weak, j carrier 9 25
One year by cuTior, In advance 10 00
On year by carrier It not p ild In
THE VICTIMS OF THE SEA.
WORKING A VASSAOE FROM THE
OLD WOULD TO THE
vne Bona, dt raau . , i .
THE DOLLAlt WEEKLY BULLETIN
Job H. Obrly baa reduced the tubicrip
on price of the Wisely Caiuo Bulletin
o One Dollar per annum, making it the
cbeapett paper publlihed in Southern Illinois
Salt Lake Cut bai the cplr.ootl.-, and
vice vmtt, the epizootic liai Salt Liko
City. Business Ii at n aland-still and the
itrceti are doserted.
Tuk office of state printer hat been bol
lihed In Indiana. Tho facilities for steal
ing enjoyed by the Individual holding the
office, admonished the tax-payers of the,
atat that It wa bettor to be without than
with a stale printer.
Tue subject of temperance has lately
rocelved much attention at tho hands of
the Catholic clorgy, and their tvoll-dlrccted
efforts to impress its importanco on-tho
minds of their people, aro beginning to
show practical and encouraging results.
It is stated that two hundred and fifty
thousand signatures to the temperance,
pledge hire been obtained up to this time
in the Catholic church.
Wi learn from tho Carbondalo 'Ob
server' or last Saturday, that Williamson
county lias been the scone of another
family quarrel,arlsing out of a family feud
of long standing. Tho Ciincys and the
Cranoi aro hostile to each othor, and
when certain members of 'each met in a
store in Carbondalo a week ago on Satur
day, a quarrel which commenced with
hard word, ended with a free uio ot
pistols, iron weight, ax-handles, etc.
Afterwards the war was ronowcJ at
Cranesvillc, and tho tamo scenes ro-cn-acted.
The out-laws of Williamson
county have held decency and rcspoct for
law in defiance a long time
Tut Carbondalo 'Obierver' denomi
nates Jackson county "as the centro of
1 the manufacturing interests of tho Mit
1 slsslppi valley," and proceeds to mention
in detail its present claims to that future
distinction. Its coal, iron, lumber, stone ;
Its soil, in which can be cultivated cotton,
flu, castor beans, etc., tho product of its
farms in other shapes, such as wool, slclns,
bides, furs, etc, are none of them forgot
ten by the 'Observor.' It exhibits com
moadable enthusiasm on the subject of the
greatness of Jackson county, which has
nearly all the advantages as a manufac
turing locality claimed for it by our friend
Luce, and ho knows woll what comes of
blowing his own horn. St. Louis 1ms its
Iteavif, and Jackson county has Luce.
A Wasdisotos lotUr-writor, claims
that a large number of Democrats in con
gress will favor the postal tolegraph bill
some on its own merits, and others be-
cauie they aro convlncod that if this plan
Is not now adopted, tho next congress will
favor Creswell's administration schemo
government telegraph on the country,
The bill may find many supporters, in
duced to be so by reasoning satisfactory
to themselves' among the Democrats in
congress, and it might and very probably
would give to tho country a cheaper system
of telegraph than we now enjoy j butfor
all this, it is distinctly opposed to tho
spirit of the constitution, and its passage
would be an indication of how little our
legislators, whether calling themselves
Democrats or Republicans, regard that instrument.
The New Yorlc 'Times' is lin.
patient for tho expulsion of Caldwell
from his seat in the senate, a seat be has
disgraced. Iteajs: ''When Clay, Web
' iter and Clayton led one party in the
1 senate, and Calhoun. Htnton and Wright
' led the other, would such a man as Alex-
ander Caldwell of Kanias have been ul
1 lowed to remain in that body any longar
.than it would lake one of t le.e eiulnout
statesmen to draft a resolultoa for his ex
, pulsion, and have it put to vote 7 Till a
'person Ctldwoll has been proved bofore
' a committee of the senate to havo been
' guilty of the most corrupt practices in
' obtaining bis seat. He paid ox-Gov.
' Carney f 16,000 to get out of his way as a
candidate, and he distributed bribes of
' from $1,000 to f 2,500 among the mom
' bers of the legislature for their votes. All
' this has been shown by testimony which
1 cannot be questioned, As yet Cildwell
1 still sits as a senator. In tho face of tho
damulng facts which have been proven,
why is be allowed to remain in the senate
'a day longer? Do other senators hold
their places by such a tenure that they
i are afraid to grapple with Caldwell 7
' Tba people bav .their eyes on both
bouiMof congress, and are waiting itu.
'patiently to see the work of expulsion
One of tb longest and most stormy of
tho many tempuituous passages which
havo rendered the present winter a
memorable ono to navigators of the At
lantic, wa mrtdo by the City of Washing
ton of the Inman line.
Leaving Liverpool the day after Christ
mas, witb 130 stcerago. nnd two cabin
passengers on board, she touched at
tjueenstown tho following day, nnd did
not arrlvo in New York until tho ICth
Inst., having ocouplod a porlod of twenty
ono dors on tho vovago, including a short
detention at Boston, where she was obliged
to put In on tho 13th inst. to rcnow her
coal. Tho Journal of tho voyage, from
day to day, is a history of storm nnd
tompest, witn occasionui accounts ol
portions of the bulkwarks bclnc swopt
nway by the tcrclllo seas which woro con
tinually being shipped by tho storm
Tho day after lcavlnc Liverpool an
ominous Incident occurred which cast n
gloom over tho passengers, not dispelled
throughout the tempestuous voyago which
On Christmas day, ns tho vosol was
lying in tho Mersey, preparing for her de
parture, a man came on board and ex
pressed a detiro to work his passngo to
JNow lorlt. no gavo nis name as .mines
lirannagnn, but beyond this, nothing Is
known of him. Ho was not a SHilor, and
could not, of course, ba shipped in that
department; but, oosorving-tual lie was a
healthy, muscular man, tno engineer, who
was somewlial auorl ol nanus, agreed to
take him in tho capacity of a coal trimmer:
that Is, one whosu business it is lo convey
coal from tho bunkors to tho vicinity of the
furnaces, break up tno largo lumps nnd
otherwlso prepare it for tho tlromen.
In tho event of tho bunkors' gottlng
choked, and the corns not running rreoly,
a thine of frcquont occurrences, tho trim-
mors are obliged to go in nnd loo.cn it.
Though requiring liltlo or no experience,
their work is far more arduous and ox
uuustlng than that of tho flromcn. Hrnn
nacnn. however, had no Idea of tho ordeal
which ho was about to undergo, and Joy
fully seized upon too opportunity otlered
him to reach tno new world. The follow,
lug day he was sont down to tho stoke,
room and sot to work, and before tho veis
sol had been twolvo hours out ho bittorly
repented his rashness.
Tho steamer nrrlvcd at Quoonstown
about 4 o'clock Sunday morning, and
liratinagan requested to be sont ashore,
saying ho was utterly unable to do tho
work required of him. It was too lato to
draw back, howevor. His namo had been
entered on tho ship's books, and ho was
told ho must woathor it as best ho could
until lie nrrlvcd in New Yorjc. Two
hours aftorward, when Iho steamer was on
the point of loaving, tho tender being still
alongside, Brannugan was found to havo
unaccountably disappeared. A Imstj
search was made, when it became evident
that bu was not on board. Tho
tender, was then overhauled, nnd tho poor
fellow was found stowed nway in tho
hold, he in this last effort to escauo tho
dreaded voyage, had attempted in this
way to gam tlio shore unseen. He wus
brought back, and at onco sent down in
tbe stifling stoke-room, where, It is pre
sumable, his attempt to ovndo tho eonso
quences of his self-imposed act did not
servo to lighten in 3 labor, ills miseries
wero increased by the rapidly rising sea.
which by this time was so boisterous as to
render lt-dilllcult for n lamliman to hoop
By 8 o clock the passenger wero nearly
all alck, and the provorbial discomlorts
attending the commencement of a sea
voyago wore cxpcrloncod with moro than
ordinary force. About this time Brannn
gan was soon to drug himself up tho iron
laddor leading irom tno stoke-room, anil
stagger upon tho deck in nn utterly ex
hausted and uimoti minting condition.
He remained leaning ngninst tho mil
closo to tho ash-shoot, which was open,
Ho was not long ullowed to enjoy tho
cold wind blowing upon his heated luro-
head. In a few momonti a flremun fol
lowed him upon Urn deck nnd ordered
him down bolow. Tho poor fellow said
it was Impossible to worlc any longer, ad
ding that ho would rather bo thrown over
board man to go down lino tiiu store
"Woll, throw yonrsolf overboard," aaid
the fireman, roughly. "You don't expect
me to do it tor.you, do you ?"
In a momont B annagan collected all
his energies, and with a cry of "huro goes,
then;" he rushed lo the ash-shoot, and
attempted to lump through it. His
shoulder, however, struck tho bulwark,
and ha was vlolontly Hung back upon the
deck. Tho ilruman watched him at he
rose to his feet, but did not attempt to in
terfore, and Brannagan again sprang uf
tba ash-shoot. This time ha wus moro
successful, and In view of all on deck the
man was precipitated in tho boiling
In a momont tbe startling cry of "man
overboard" resounded throughout the
shin, and the horrified passengers, for
gottlng tneir sea-sicicness, rusueu as one
man to the side, As' rapidly as could be
done, tho engines wore roversod, nnd the
gig lowered, but me conrusion was very
great, and It was. nearly fifteen minutes
before tho boat, manned by four
men and in charge of the fourth officer,
startod lu pursuit.
lirannngan was a strong swimmer, but
no man could swim long Hi such a sea as
was then running. Ha could bo seen
quite dlttinctly about a hundred yards
astern, ueeplng;nimioit aiioal in lliojirougti
of the sea, and then dlsappfariiig as s
mountainous wavn swept over his head
burying him for nearly a minute at a time
I tin How progreis ol ma bil was anx
iously watched from tho deck of the
steamer, and great fears wero entertained
for its safety and that or Its gallnut crew
At length tho drowning nun wn reached
and a suitor seized him by tho collar and
attempted to drag him into the boat. II
bud almost succeeded, when Ilraiuiagmi
slipped from his grasp and full back Into
tuu wulcr. Leaning over me slue, ns th
man was sinking, the suitor pluugud hi
arm into tho wutir up to bis .liouUer,
and felzcd hi in once moro by tho hair,
wbilo tho gig careened over until her gun
walo was below tho surface, and tho re
maining occupants of the boat threw
themselves to tho other side, Just in timu
t.i avoid capsizing. Tbe unfortunate man
was then drawn into tliu boat perfectly
unconscious, and with life almost extinct
I'ropulled by the muiculur arms of the
sailors, the gig was pulled back to tho
ship as fait as possible, und u rope being
lowerod, the insensible man wus drawn on
deck, and committed to tho care of tho
doctor. The operation of hoisting up the
gig then commenced, Sho hud been part
ly raised out of tho water when the after
lashing gavo way, and her crow, Including
tlio fourth officer, were precipitated into
tho sea, In a momont tho wildest confu
sion prevailed on deck, the pusiengeri, in
their excitement, greatly impeding tho
officers and men. Life-buoys, and, indeed,
evorythjng that camo to hand that would
float, was flung to the drowning men.
Three wero hauled on board without
much difficulty, but the fourth o Ulcer and
tho remaining man narrowly escaped
death. On being tt netted tho former was
found to be nearly insensible, and tho lat
ter entirely so. With considerable diffi
culty both wero revived, but neither wus
in a condition to resume duty for some
tlmo. Tho att was hauled nn and halted
out, and tho iteninor renimecf her voyago.
Meanwhile ovary effort hird been mhdo to
rcstiicltato the 'poor fellow who had boon
driven to suicide, but without effect, and
nn hour and a half aftor ho had been taken
from tho water the doctor pronounced him
dead. Tho next day'wns Sunday, nnd nt 8
o'clock In tho morning the City of Wash
ington was again hovo-lo, and with all tho
solemnity which accompanies a funeral
service nt c, tho remains of tho unfortu
nate man, whoso real namo will probnb'y
never bo known, wero committed to tbo
THE NEGRO AT WEST POINT.
ANOTHER COLORED CADET'S EX
IT FROM. THE ACADEMY.
Our Homo Advertisers.
(Correspondence ol the Ncvy Vork Sun.
West 1'oint, January 1!0. Cadet Sam
uel Oibbs ceased to exist to-day, but plain
Samuel Uibbs took tlio lU:Ui train lrom
Garrison's for Now York, en route for San
Augustine, t lorida, wuoro His august papa
ro.ldes. Mr. Oibbs is tho son of buinuel
Glbbs, secretary of state of Florida, He Is
about llvo fcut thrco inches in height,
slim built, and exceedingly angular in his
proportions. Jits leol and liunils aro out
of all proportions to hls form. Evidently
bo liar not n drop ot wnito oioou aoout
him. His hair, although not precisely
woullv, has moro thuu tbo mulatto kink,
while his nolo, bioad nt tho nostril, and
his thick and protuding lips show nothing
but negro bloud. His color Is something
bctwevu n dark chocolate and black.
Samuel Oibbs was Appointed n cadet in
May last by n colored congressman of
Florida, und having satisfactorily passed
tho preliminary examination, camu to tho
ucudemy ns n plebo In June.
Ulbbs came hero in Juno lust and was
put in it company, among tho smaller
cadets. Ho was ono of tho smallest men
in tho company. From tho first he did
poorly. When ho went Into camp his
musket was the dirtiest nnd 'Vustlest, nnd
while ha should havo been cleaning It ho
wus always roading or slouching around
his tent. Wo never had
unytliing to do with him
but left him sovoroly alone. He was with
Cadet Smith most of his time, but unlike
Smith ho was a quiet, pcucoablo ftdlow,
and tried to do his duty ns well as ho knew
how. He seamed to bo studious, too, hut
somehow he never could hummer mathe
matics into his head. I observed, though,
that ho had not much euorgy nnd ho was
physically weak. Tho mark system f
peculiar to West Point. Tho highest mark
is three, und each unit is divided Into ton
parts. Thus, if n cadot makes
a good recitation ho is marked three,
wbilo each deviation from excel
lence Is marked by a fraction. If his
recitation is pnsslbly good hi Is rated two
and eight-tenth?, nnd to on down. At
tho end of each week tho marks nro rtv
ornged and a list showing tho standing of
each cadet is ported lu tlio adjutant's olllco.
At tho end of each term n gratia nvcruga
Is struck, Aiul this establishes tho cadet's
standing. When ho goes into examina
tion, no matter how good nn examination
ho pusses, if ho jins n bad mark he is
"found." Ho must havo thn mark to p.iss.
" WHAT WAS OII1U' M AUK 7"
Asked tho correspondent.
"Very low Indeed," was the roply: "it
was about ono und eight-tenths, I be
lieve." "A mark rondors a cadet's expulsion n
"OibbV examination in ncndomlc studios
vt'ns quito fair, I believe. Ho was in tho
seventh, or lowest section in mathematics,
and in tho sixth section in French.
Theso nro our principle academic studies.
In mathematics ho passed a good examina
tion tor a soventh section man, und in
Fronch acquitted hlnuolf fairly. If ho
had been kopt ho probably would havo re
mained a fourth class man for another
During tho lat term Ulbbs was in tho
fifth section in Fronch, but about n month
ago was dropped to tho sixth, us lowest, on
account of bad recitations. '
Young Oibbs went nwny woll providod
with money; for, In nddition to his literal
supply from home, ho drow over 5200 on
account of pay and mileugo. All concur
In stating that tho colored cadets have
bocn fairly troated by tho profef sors.
.). E. LUFKIN,
Wlinlrvnte nnl Retail Grocer, ' 4
lln on hand at nil times Ygi'tablo. Km It
llittti-rnhd Kgg, lnrdt
Hoxr.v, Tkoncal FnufTf, Etc., Etc
tSTAll goods Warranted Frch, nnd sold
N. II. Parcel, delivered to auv part of the
city lo Cii'tomer.
WKST 8IPK COMMERCIAL AVK., UICTWKE.V
Mil AN'U IStll STItKETS.
QROUEUIKS HKTAILED AT WUOLEdALX
ymuKH roit cash.
AT U. O. THIELECKE'S STORE
WA91UNOTOM uvrsur, uktwkbx tksjth
AND KLKVKNTH 8TKIKTS.
EG 'bs. dhv Cuba Sugar for
9J " ti ii .1 . . .
0 lbs. A coffoo Sugar, N. Y. Std.
4 " l'rimo Rio Coffee for - -8
" Cholco " "
5 " Old Government Java
Toaa and other staplo and fancy Uroca
rlos equally ns cheap.
(Joods now and full weight given. Call
And Ih'uk-r ill
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS,
LARD, FRESH BUTTER, LIVE
AND DRESSED PuULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AM)
SMOKED FISH, ETC.
A I.I. GOOIIS V AllUANTK!) FltKSII
And old at tho lowest price" foreah.
fiSyEighth strcot, between Commercial
and W nshlngton avenues.
Our Homo Advertiser!.
And Dealor In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
KIT" All Goods warranted frcth, and sold
tho lowest prices.
Corner 9th St. andCommorclalAvo.
Miss Edgarton says education will euro
Mrs. Whnrton Is cheerful nnd confi
dent of acquittal.
rrincu Arthur ot England, will go to
Rome, for tho carnival seaton.
Gen, Robert Andorwi's widow lives
in retirement near Florence
It is suggested that Dr. Livlngstono
now bo ongHged to hunt up Stanley.
Tho rope s niece, IJonn .Marina 1'in
Mastin, has becomo a Itenedictino nun.
It is estimated that lfi.000 buffaloes
nro killed yearly on tho plains of Kansas,
Miss Agnes Ethel is exhibiting her
magnificent wardrobo lo the buffaloes.
Mobilo Is without a city attorney
since her last ono wus Arrested for burglary.
Stokes' witnesses wero confined in tho
houio of detention exurtly n year.
Charles Heade makes war on tight
lacing and pcurl powders in his new
In what caso is It absolutely impossi
ble to ba slow and ruru? In the cam of a
Archbishop Uayley of llultlmoro is
nblo to walk about, and will foon try tho
climato of Florida.
Ivry Chamborlaln, of the New York
World, with )is wife and Miis Greuloy,
has guuo to l'loriJa, on u health and
Mr. Froudo's mission to this country,
the London 'Standard' think, has bad
tho good eli'uet of causing dissnution among
Tho mavor of Tnllaha!eo nnnounced
that he woufd tuko no salary for his duties,
and Credit Mobiliorized tho city treusury
to the extent of $7,000.
The chairman of tho relief commit
tee in l'orsla says that the assistance ten
dered by Sir Mnes Montcfloro, the rich
London Jew, saved n thotifand lives.
Tho pro-blent of tho United States
has given a gold watch to tho cuptaitl of
the navy of tbe Netherlands, In recogni
tion of kindness shown by him to dis
trested Americtu sailors.
The skeleton that Capt. Hall some
tlmo sinco dug up, in thn Arctic regions,
has boen sent lo England, It is that of
a man about five feet eight inches tall.
One of tho teeth is filled with gold.
An old woman of Luttcnworth,
Englainl, agod seventy-flvo years, was
arretted for breaking a stick from n
farmor't bedgo. Throo clergymen, sit
ting as magistrates, sont this old ladv to
prison for sovon days, und then went
composedly homo to spend their Christ
mus. And Dickens Is dead,
Eldbr W'allur Scott of Kentucky,
wrote twenty years ago n little book
calling for "Tho Union of Christians on
Christian principles." Ho sont a copy to
Mr. Greeley; asking comment nnd criti
cism in tho 'Tribune,' nnd shortly nfter
received this characterise response;
"NkwYork, Oct. 1, 1812. Dkar Sun
Yours of the 20th ult., accompanied by
your b.iok, received. Too busy to review
It. My doxy Is to do all the good I can
and as llttlo harm; how much better is
your doxy than my doxy 7 Yours, Hor
No. 104 Commercial Avekue,
French, Scoteli and American caMlmeres
of all color, and beaver and broad clotlia
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
'And at the lowest price. A line fit and flm
chu work guaranteed. Satisfaction in ev
W. W. THORNTON'S,
HUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
134 TENTH RTRBRT,
Itoor. Nsuh, lillndu, Mooldlnn,
Emt do (ton, (wood) Window unit Hour
VrsssBN, Flouring, Ish,
IHnglea, eistaed niuh, GUimt NliU
Uffhta. Ulnard Transoms,
Nnls Weight, Naah lssllla sissd U
Blind raatenltiffa. Hooting
fell, BooBng Cement, lUalrlii
Paper, I'Mrfrt felt. While
lwd, IJssaad Oil, American W Indus.
Cllaaa, EnglUls nndfrench
IMhIk lsu, Putty, a!aalrr'a IViassIs
hewer I'lpra Patent t'hlniMoyai
EW., Etc., Kte.
A (ikN'lri lor Ituclc Kim Pier Confab'
j. jl unenumiK reiiann uuirti uemoni
II. W TnVi ., ' l.nt.,Atul UrtnMntf -
Our Homo Advertisers.
FOnWAUDlNO and COMMISSION
John's I,nroTtHj Koo9Dg alwai t o
S. WALT EUS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBIil
o -itry dtnerlpllon,
LATH, 8H1NOLK3, OEDAIt POSTS
DOOUS, SASH, BLINDS
S T K A M 1J O A T L D M B K It,
Kurnlslinil en -bgrtut ootlcr.
L'oiiiuieroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-ab.
U It 41 U t 1 N.
II. T. UEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Ou ritttr's and l'lnmlr's msltrial, Wood
pump . globs and anal vk1ti, stop
cocks, oheck ltei,tc.
auo aoint roa
Tutta Broth ra Patent Dry Gas Meter
in't Moruoui, Weill & Co'a Aiitomatie Wui
Indicator auilBuppljr Valia for steam tollsrs.
iHTta'a IIOOOK . OlMMHUltAL-ATaS"
72. FALL'AND WINTER '73
C. II AN NY.
3 T It I P K S,
KKNTUCKY JKAKH, YXTHA,
L AH(J E STOCK OF CAltl-y.TING
Ilia Kntlre Ntopk
VEHY LOW FIOUKKS.
COIINEB 8TH ST. JlVJ) COMMKRCIAL-AV.,
J. C. HUELS
Late of St. I.ouK
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
III.ANK HOOK'S of everv ilckcrlnllon done
with ueatni'iis and dispatch, All kinds of
ruling done at short notice, lllhles, Music.
.Miiuiizliien ami l'erindiciils liound lieu', ami
ut tholowckt iiomllilo rates. .
County work, such as Itceords, Dockets,
Kco Hooka, lllank, etc., made a fpeclullty
Boxes, Pocket Book, Knroloiies, etc.,
mude to order ll-'.'t tf.
r It V 11 A .1 TH.
DEALERS IN FIOUR
Ami AM of
IUIO HtVKH kXt KANAWHA
P. Or. Schuh.
70 Ohio Lkvkr,
X. D. ItATnUM..
. o .cut
SELLING OFF AT COST
JIKS. MAltGAHKT JACKSON
Fnrnierlv Stvamicr. IiiIi-iiiIIii..
to Kentucky. (lohlrch to dUpoHe of her laryo
linniciliatelv. In order In faclllltatn the pulo
of liurcoods, Mm, Jackson has detel'iiiliietl
io oner urn
ENTIRE STOOK AT COST
And Invites the ladles of Cairo ami l 'iltv
to cation her if they desire K""d li;ilgnn.
GOODS AUK ALL NKW
The moit of them having been selested fi uin
me late mn siyicH, iit-nce tlie I.ullcs liavu
raro opportunity to purchae new und hIi
tollable millinery ut coat jirice, TIir Ktoek
coiisiui oi nam riniioiu, iiowcr-, hoklery
ladles u ndcrwear, etc, ct. ll-'tott .
?1 000 IN ONK WJSKK.
To niiv slirewd mun who can do lmlnes
mi tho quiet, I Karantce uu Jniiuense l'or
tuncs, uuaily, rapidly, nnd in perfect safety,
AiltlreiM iu perfect confidence,
23 AVoHt Fourth atrei-t, New Vork.
12-25 w Hut.
On KlglitliHtreel, LeiwmnCnmmorsUIu.l Wh
iiKtoa ATsouen, iaUI!r rcltiu
NKW MILUNKUY GOODS
LATEST TALL AMI) WINTKB NTYLKfl,
Mesiati a lull line of
ITrimmMl ami unlrimmed,
FnENOU FI.OWER9, KIUHONil, TRIMMINO
of all kiadi, I.aces, to etc,
Mrs. Mcdee has also a lug usortmeat
F twj Arlleln, tuch as
NECK TL'A COI.LAKS, UNf)Kh9LKEVE8,
KUFK8, HAHHE9, KANH,
And all other articles usually found la a
FIRST.CLAS3 MILLINERY STORE
Mr, Mcdec. In addition" to her stock of
I aiicr and Millinery UooiK hah n llntone and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
.Made I.adlea' und Mle' .Shoes nod Chll
drens' Boots, Black and in Colon. These
aro acknowledged to bo tlio finest and lies)
hoes in the market, und thin la the only
ace In tho city that m ukea than n specialty
MATIIUSS A UHL,
C O M M I S 3 I ON M K R C HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN FKOOUUE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
IHuci'Cxore to K. II. Ilujric A Cu.)
Forwarding and Commission
jto Llboral Adisncamebls tnada atfSf
sSC upon CoDtlKnmasU. tKQ
, Ara proparrd lo rscalTa, stora and lorwir l
fralahtt to all points and buy aad
sHl on commlmoD,
WDntrtn ailrndol to pnitntlT.
S. 1. A VKK5.
AYHRS k CO
i:. .1. AVKKS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvck, Caiko, III.
It. A. 'JUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND IlKALKK I.V
AND MILL FEED.
JOHN B. PIILLIS ti SON,
tBuccahiors to John II. i'bllhs,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Co. TENTH-8T. akd OHIO LEVE
(. M. A i D 15 N,
Late of Tiiuuuo .V Alien ,
FLOUR, MEAL, ORALS', II AY, Ac.
NO, 135 OHIO l.KVKK, CAIitd.
tCJTC'asli advances on CooiU on. ljjht.
ItKFKitKNCKS: City N.illonul Hank ol
uuiro, f irst ationul ll.uik.of ClileaL'o.
MILLER & PARKER,
FOR WARD1 NO M KUCHA N TS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fok FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
f - -
NEW LIVERY STABLE
UCTWIIN WASU'W AVKWO AKD WALNU1
Dr. II. K. flaldi Informa taa public that ha tmi
on the northwest sida of Tenth itraet as name
Ilia H'sblrs will I fumlshad with nen nut lh
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the iiuhliemay he accommodated at ul
hourn of tho day und night with safu teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields auks a share of public patronage
and ni l endeavor to merit it hy fair dealiurf
aud strict uttentluu to luai
WOOD UITTENIIOUSU & HRO.
Goneral Uommi.Hsion Merobant
183 OHIO LEVKE,
BKMIS, HItOWN & CO.,
Aurnth Home Cotton MlLL-i
NO. ) Ohio Lefee, Cairo. Ills.
Ou Commerolal aveuue, between Twelfth
nnd Thirteenth streets.
GUKeiTS WILL FIND tJOODUOOMU AND
TIIK VKHV BEST OK BKIi
A.T THIS HOUSB:
Transient Vatrouage Hollolted.
Mrs. Kllkn McCartey, Propr,