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TltE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John H.'Qberly his reduced the nubfcrlp
on price of the WxrsKi,Y OAino Hur.T.KTiN
o One Dollar per annum, making it the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois
xn J.ev. I. w. II. Jackson, "a very
1 Intelligent colored man" of Springfield,
want! the position of minister to Liberia,
The genoral assembly li iIpw at gotllng
to work. Senator! nnd members of tho
homo were incapacitated for work by tho
late cold map, and ihivcrod instead of
The associated press call the latest dis
covered fraud in Kansas "startling." Tho
associated press is wrong. No frauds are
startling in thcto dayi. They excite no
raoro turpriie than tho description of a
knock-down or n plain drunk In tho dally
Tin rr of tbo trnngrcssor t'j hard.
Rtribution followed swift and cure In
tho wake of the exposures of the briberies
practiced by Senator Ponieroy of Kan
sas, and in bis race for tho United States
senntorshlp. lie received not one vote
for re-election, and now lies on ft bed of
sorlous sickness, induced, nodouit, by dis
appointment, chagrin and remorse.
Trts bouse committee on militia hold n
meeting on Wednesday afternoon and
agreed to report a bill appropriating
threo thousand dollur.s to tho Antietam
cemetery. The cemetery association asked
toven thousand eight hundred and four
dollar, which is n large sum in propor
tion to the number of Illinois soldiers
twenty-nine buriod In tho cemetery.
There Is something rotton in the itato
of Kansas. The senatorial briberies aro
old stories, but besides these we have the
discovery of another fraudthe iisuo of
bogus railroad bonds by cities which eiist
only in name. Kansas went through a
baptism of blood once sho ought now to
be baptised with water, and a laro
quantity will bo necessary to muko her
sins as whito as snow.
Tho "complete vindication" of Vico
I'residcnt Colfax of all dishonorable con
nection with the Credit Mobilior is still
somewhere in tho dim future, and in tbo
light of present events, tbo public will
not soon catch up with it. Tho latest rc
vtlallons bsfore tho l'oland committeo
have damaged Sihuyler Colfax' reputa
tion beyond repair. "When tin vico pre
sident deniel that ho had over received
nny money whatever from O.ikes Ames,
his denial was generally accepted as
truth. But when n chain of circum
stances proves beyond doubt that Colfax
did rocsivo twelvo hundred dollars from
Ames, tho vico president's later explana
tion that bo bad'rocoived It from Ames to
bo used for political purposes in tho stalo
of Indiana and that ho could show a to
ccipt for tho same from tho chairman of
tho Indiana Republican central committeo
can ba reconciled in no way with
his first denial, made stronger by bis state
ment which no ono will disbelieve, ".that
1 he could not have received that amount
' of money from any source -ithout rccol
1 looting it." And so stands Mr. Colfax.
As a public man, his greatnoss lias bocn
understood to consist principally in his
goodness, and his fall is a shock to the
moral sense of the public. Tho commu
nity gonerally would bo glid to ditbolievo
that Mr. Colfax is a fulsillor and u pur
lurer, but just now be is believed, with
;ood reason, t'o be both.
are putting up now furnaces on high
ground, on tbo St. Louis and S. E. rail
way, about ono mile from Equality, whero
they will not be subjected to Inundation
i bis Improvement will cnablo them to
manufacture salt the year round without
A frightful acoldcnt Is reported to
have occurred last weok, near Cleaveland,
Illinois, which has already rosultcd in thu
death of two persons, and will probably
causo the death of thrco moro. It appears
that a miner named Hpargo occurdid
house over tbo chamber of an old coal
mine, mid it caved in, tbo stove fulling
Into the cavity. Mrs. Spargo and lies-
four children fell on tho lovo, which set
on flro tho floor and tho clothes of tho uti
iortunato victims, xwo ciilldrcn wcro
burned to donth. Mrs. Spargo and tho
two other children aro in n critical con
dillon. It wns not known that tho
chamber was under tho house.
I'romtho Cleveland IMnimleslcr.
Height of impudence Hiding line's
(peculations behind n wife's petlcoat
Forgetful Indignation Sending back n
dividend and fornotllti; to explain tho
mntter James A. Garfield,
Honct leeUlators Tnkint slock when
only, worth ninety-four dollars per share,
and sending It back when worth two hun
dred and lifty-.flvcn dollars, with dividends.
Concrcj'Ional mortality Donvlnt n
fact on tbo stump and owning up to it
whon corucrod with the evidence Henry
Innocenco Interviewing Genrrn F.
Train and Oakes Ames In relation to
taking Crdll Mobllierstoek and thinking
tbey would pour money Into his lut with
out anythins oxpected in return James
National banker A man who loans
money to niid receives money from con
gressmen without security, only for form's
rnko Oakns Ames.
A cood father-in-law One who allows
his son-in-law to make a cood thins iif
stocks when ho Is ono of tho diroctor!
Moral cowards Takin' stock nnd illvl.
donds, and whon Investigation Is talked
of, sending both back Bingham, "Vllon
Benevolence Buying stock of Ami",
and when Investigation is talked of, and
Ames is getting into hot water, surrender
tlvo hundred dollars Schuyler Colfax.
Itathor mlxod Applying $10,000 to
ward an election for senator, nil in n legi
Mature reflection Congressmen rovis
ing their sworn testimony beforo a secret
investigation when tho oath of secrecy is
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1873.
Tin-: icaxsas senator's nni-
BEltY TRANSACTION'S AT
LAST MtOUCniT HOMH
JOHN J. INGALLS. OF ATCHISON,
ELECTED TO THK SENATO
The trial of Mrs. JJoyce for tho murdir
i uaivert Johnston is piogreislng at.
Rev. Mr. llrontz, colored oponod the
iouio of representatives at Sprlngllold,
rvith prayer on Tuesday evening.
A honor's convention was hld in
i'ana this week.
Gov. Bevorldgo is it Methodist, and
ntends uniting with tho First MethoJist
hurch in tliii city, so wo have been in
ormed. Stats Register.
Over a million hogs have been packed
n Chicago, the curront season, being
bout titty thousand more than the last
Robert O, Iltirvoy, president of tho
'aris and uocatur roaa of Illinois, Is
ullding ono ot tho finest urid most convc
lent depots In tho West. '
jirs. William Jiooro, living near
'rincovlllo, Peoria county, committed sul
Ide the other day by hanging. Tempo
try insanity is the mppoieJ cause.
Tho foundation fur the bridge of tbo
'alroand St. Louis Narrow Gauge railroad,
vor tho Kaskaskia river, is about com
leted, Tho brldgo Itself is being coo
ructed In Chicago, work on this road
bsing pushed forward as rapidly u the
leather will pormlt, tho tracklayers liuv
tg nearly reached Rod Rud, In Randolph
Tbo Shawneetown Mercury says the
jiapany owning the Equality Salt works
special dispatch to Chicago Tribune.
M'KIXH OF hU.VAlOK YOUK.
Topeka, Kas., Jan. 'JO. Tho revelation
to-day disclosed the must infamous page
in the books of Kansas infamy. Tho dis
closure caino without premonition, unci
astounded every ono. The joint conven
tion had Just assembled, when Senator
York of Montgomery county, urosu to
u quustlon of privilege, and stated that
no came to tho legislature its an aril i
i'omcroy man, nnd took an nctivu part in
the opposition to tho senator's re-election.
Pomoroy, he eaid, madu several
requests for Interviews, nnd, at
length, Col, York nays, with the ad
vico of Hen. F. Thoiupsoii of Miamu
county, W. H. Johnson of Audurtoti
county, and James Hortou of Ouuglitis
county, ho eoniientod to the interview fjr
tho solu and singlu purpose of uuuutkin
the villainy ,of the old corruptio:iits.
About midnight on Monday, in Senator
Pomuroy t room in thu Tiil'i house, tho
bargain and culu of tjeilator York's voto
and influenco was made in consideration
of tha mm of Jtf.oOO, of which Bum $7,000
was paid down, Pomcruy promising to
pay the remaining $1,0J0 after thu elec
tion. Colonel lork then handed thu
money, in $1;000 psckages, to tho secre
tary v the bunnte, and invited members
and senators to uxainiuo it. York held
up his baud to nnd sworo beforu houvuii
that every statoment was truo in t'ib
stanca and detail, and promised to maho
public other revelations. What Pomo
roy unfolded to linn, ho said, would oxclte
tho wh.olo peojile of tliu nation.
Thu conlUMon that followed wns in
tense. Tho cry of "Hung Pomcrojl'' and
motions for recess ruudored it iuiiossible
to transact business. The supporters ol
Pomeroy worn staggered nnd confounded.
When order was ruUoru.l, tlie motion for
a metis wns voted down, and tlio lirst
ballot in j.iint convention vnhs tul;on,
which ballot resulted in giving lngalls of
Atchison 113 votes, and Pomeroy none.
Tho remaining votes wuru divided bstween
Lowe, Harvey, nndStarko.
Tho election of Ingulls causvd grcnt ro
joicing. Furtuor developments thou that tho
net was tprcad for Pomoroy hut week by
lion. S.mpson, nt n secrut snsicii of thu
anti-Potueroy caucus, but Pomeroy did
no; get eiilaiiLMeU In tliu mishes til ntu
Monday iiiht. It seems tho senator ills
triuted York when ho found that ho did
not receive a voto from him on tlo first
ballot yesterday and to-day, and, when
the messenger announced the vote. Pom.
eroy instantly inquired how York voted.
io nuu several iniorviows Willi tliu
senator, and found soiuo tlillleoltv in
dealing directly with him, thu senator
preiorrins nun a unru jmrl v should r
range matters. Finally, at York s direct
rtguest that no ihird party bo admit
tod Into the secret, Pomcrov consented to
deal with him. York name'd a liL-h nrlec..
ausartlng that the people of MontL'omurv
county would bang him If ha returned
tuori, nnu at IciikIIi tho consideration was
lived at 4 3,000, York rcuolvlng f ,0()o nt
one payment, 5,000 t another, r.nd tbo
promise of $1,000 moro. Aftor payment
York attended a Pomeroy oaucu, and
pledged biimolf to tho onatnr' uausn.
York's terrlblo exposuru come like a
thunderbolt from a clear sky. Not more
tbn twenty persons in tbo main enter
tained a hope of Pomeroy's dufuat. Tho
opposition was despondont. nnd tho Porno,
roy men rejoiced. When York sat down
confusion and disordor, minglod with nil
sorts of cries and threats, reigned. Mo-
Hons and nmrndrnents ro lowod In nulefe
succession, nnd so grout wns tho stampmlu
"""" ' wnom mo nnit-i'iima.
roy men brought out us n uimll.lHt nt 1
o'clock last nlght,that not a man wns found
10 von lor romeroy.
The popular Indignation against Pom
oroy Is lorrlblo. All kinds of rumors
nboul his nrrcst and Impiisoiimont in tho
county jail Is In circulation, However,
they uro fnlso, for 1 aw Pomoroy less
than ono hour ago at tho Tillt houso'j nnd
proffered him an explanation of his side
of tho conspiracy in tlio Tribune, llo
pronounced it n 'fnlso nnd wicked plot,
nnd sny that it litis accomplished uvery
tlilng that wns lntunded to ba nccoin
tilUhcd. Ho nisorl that bo will Vciililln
lieio iinlll ovcry chnrgo is Invcstlgntcd,
whothor truo or falsi-.
It surpii"se.i nnythlnt; over known'iii
Kansas palltlcs. Among all clasos of tho
people thero Is hardly a doubt of the
irutii ol lorks stntomunt oxproiscd.
Special lo the Missouri Iiciuocr.it.
Toi'i:i;., .Inn. 20. The following Is n
copy of Senator York'a speech this'ufter
"lleforo 1 place in nomination tho
name of nny man, I luvo n short explana
tion to make, m it concerns nil hero
picsent, nnd is of grnt import to tho state
of Kansas, present nnd iuturo. 1 desire
tlie closo attention of tho members of the
convention to whnl I hnvo to say. Two
weeks ngo yesterday I enmo to Topoka, n
sound and honest antl-Pomcrov nun. 1
thought that in his defeat laid Tho regon
crnlion of tho rtatonnd party, mid I cheer
fully and enthusiastically "allied myself
with the imtl-Pomoroy element In tho'leg
islaturc. Uron ihnrges hnvo been made
ngiiinsl Senator I'omeroy, in connection
Willi a cortaiu wclf-kuowu leltor
to W. V. Ross. Theio charges had n-sumc-d
a serious form in n meeting of tho
ntitl-Poiiieroy caucus, u fow evenings ngo,
when a man iy the namo of Clark, exhib
ited ili.OUO in twenty $100 bills, declaring
ho had received tbo same from Mr. Pom
oroy for signing u con fefslon to tho effect
that ho bad forged the letter nnd .the sig
nature thereto. I had no evidence to the
truth of theso charges, but Mr. Pomeroy's
namo having been associated with so
many rumors of a similar imturp. made mo
givo till report credence, though I had
no desire to condemn Mr. Pomerov with
out n hearing. When 1 enmo heru I had
been waited upon nt various times by
friends of. Mr Pomeroy, vl!o plied m'o
with arL'umeiits m favor of his nro-cmi.
nent fitness for tho position, nnd attesta
tions of his innocence of tho charires
bronchi against him. I was iihkod sever-
nl times to havu an interview
with Mr. Pomeroy, and finally consented.
if this interview could tako tilneo in thu
prcsenco of u third party. Mr. Pomeroy
assented to tho presence of ono or nny
number of my friends. Accordingly, on
Friday last, 1 visited .Mr. Fbim-roy, nnd
thero, in tlio preonco of dipt. Peck and
iwo others, no had n brief conversation.
After n general talk nbout bis prospects
and other mutters relnting to tlio cam
paign, I put lo him the questicn direct:
"Did volt or did vnn imt writ., i )i iMinr
tlijiicd" with your namo and directed to W. J
W. llosi, nnd having reference to certain
profits in Indian uoods'"' In reply ho
handed to lno the atlMnvili of J. Jl. Stew
nrt. ami ono signed by several citizens vt
l.awronce, mm asKeil mo to read them and
say whether I thought lio was tho nuthor
ol tbo letter. 1 replied. "Mr. Pomeroy.
you have not said whether or not vou did
write that Kofs letter." Ho answered. "1
did not write that lcttor. ' 1 i-aid to him,
"M r. Pomeroy, you nro tho mo-t
infamous scoundrel that ever
walked tho fain of this earth, or
the worst defamed man that ever slopped
on Kansas soil. ' Uoro thu Interview
ended, mid as 1 suppoted, nil relation be
tween Mr. Pomeroy and myself; but n day
or two afterwards I was importuned to
accord to Mr. Pomeroy a pnvuto inter
view. At this lime it became apparent to
several of the nnti-Pomeroy raouibers that
illicit and criminal means were being em
ployed lo secure 31 r. Pomeroy's re-election,
und it became us, as fur us'lay in our
power, to circumvent thu employment of
them. I coniultul with tho 'tried and
trusted friends of this movement, Messrs.
Simpson, Wilson, Johnson, nnd others, as
lo tho course 1 should pursue, and upon
their advice I iicted. I visited Mr. Pom
eroy's rooms in tho durk nnd sicret ro
cesses of tho Tnfl't houso on Mondny night,
und nt that interview my voto was bar
gained for a consideration of $8,000 $'J,uuo
of which wero paid mo on that eveniug,
$3,000 thu nixt afternoon, nnd u promise.
of tlie ndditioii.il $1,000 whan my vote hnd
boon cast in his favor. I now. in the pres.
cuco of ibis honorable body, hand over the
nmount ot $7,000, just ns 1 revolved it, and
USK itur. ll uu counted liy tho secretary.
ei... , , r
x iiij njii-i.itij, uu mii-iio uiiu piuueu upon
the chief clerk's desk two parcels td money,
ono open nnd nmoiiuling to $2,ont), und
uro w n pnpur parcel tied Willi twine,
which, upon examination, was found to
contain $3,000 in greenback of largo de
nomination. I ask, Mr. President, that
that money bu used to dofrny the expell
ees ot prosecuting the Inveit'lgntion of S.
,0. Pomeroy, for bribery nnd corruption, m
my limited influence extends in deed ns
well ns in thought. I havu an nged parent
whoso life hns been spared to bless aio
wild her love and hor approval of tho con
duel of my lite. 1 haven wife and little
ones to whom I huiio to beuucalh n name.
which, liowur ulsi-ur, they may have
no reason to blush to hear
pronounced. Yet this corrupt old
man comes to mo and makes n
bargain for my soiil,and inukes mo a propo.
fitien, winch, if acccptod, In tbo faith and
spirit in which it is ollorod, will make my
children go through life with hung heads
and burning cheeks ut even mention of
the nnmo of him who begoi them. Earth
has no infamy more damnable than cor
ruption : no criminal more to bo execrated
than ho who corrupts thu representative)
of tho people in furthermore of his privato
Interests. 1 demand Mr. president and
Reiitlomcn, that the nctions of S. C. Pom
eroy in till) contest bu thoroughly ex
nmlned, nnd that the corruption money
that lies upon that table be the Instrument
of retribution in prosecuting that inves
tigation. I further dumaml thattlii body
givo to-day such nn expression of their
bcntimonts In this matter that thu
regonoracy of our glorious young com.
monwealth may bo proclaimed throii.-b.
out the land, and that Kairsas may stand
croct und frco among the elates nt tho"
Union pure among u purest, and lion
orod throughout Uio world. Tim stui...
moots 1 have undo uro but partial and
incomplete. The hour or two tint I
passed in the den of infamy, In ttin Tall't
house, let In upon my mlnd'siuh a Hood uf
enlightenment as to the detcttnble prnc
ticcs of the Kansas politicians, Hint I have
no words iu which to express tho knowl
edge I gained of the depth of degradation
a pure Republican government has
rencjied. 1 he disclosures then mado to
mo implicate some of tbo IllOSl lirmninntit
nnd respecablo men in Kuiishh. 1 learned
lrom .Mr. romeroy lips that bis spies and
omUsarirs wcro working In our cauctuet
to sell us out. These diu'lomrcs 1 will not
now maki they nro siifllcient to satisfy
mo that the most conscienceless, infun-us
betrayer of the solemn trust rnpowfln
Dim by the will of the people ii S. O. Pom.
eroy. I have boon nctimted by no mo
tives parsonal or vindictive, in my action
hero to-day. I have not mndo the light
on Mr. Pomoroy in Mr. Ingall.' Interest,
n Sir. Lowu'i or Mr. Harvey's Inteiest.but
n behalf of the botrayod and long-suftur-lng
jifoplo of this commonwealth, nnd in
furthersnco of tbo solemn oath I took
when I entered these halls as a represent-
h ?i.f t,lu l'.60'1'1" ,A' t the truth of
whnl 1 have stated In tbo preionco of this
nugu.t nnd honorable bc,lV of represenu!
olern, V J"5; lluk'r, of ,'"5 '"'ivcrse. I
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OP CUIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
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Tens nnd othor staple nnd fancy Qroco-
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Goods new nnd full weight given, Call
s liMnxiTNi-ru' k mr.
To any shrewd man who can do business
nn tlie ipilet, I guainnteo nn Immense for
tune., ca,y, rapidly, and in perfect safety,
Addrem In perfect confidence,
t!S Wct I'ourth street, New York.
12-25 w lliii
'72. FALIANI) WINTER '73
C. HAN NY.
0 II E C K S,
KENTUCKY JKANl, YXT.IA,
IJLAOK ALPACAS .
IsAIWJK STOCK 01' UAIU-TIN'G
01 LT HANDS,
Ifln Knflrsi NCorta
VERY LOW FIGURES.
COnNEKoTII T. AND COMMERCIAL-A Yy
Our Homo Advortisers.
OOH9IIMISIM AND tUKWABBIMfl.
I'UKWAKDlNij and COMMISSION
n r it v ii a t.
DEALERS IN FJ OUIl ;
And Auroti of
SUIO HIVEn AMI) KANAWUA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
t. II. MAT1IU9N.
I. 0 .UU!
Lit A I.
Commissi on M k n c h ants
IAV AND WESTKHN f'UODUUE
fi4iiiio i a i r.
J. M. PlIIiiLll'S & CO.,
(Huccsiort lo K, 11. Ileulrie A Co,)
Porwnrding and Commiaaion
l,ltrl AdTAiictmtbiK diI
Sib U'Ou CintlKomt.uU C
Art prfiwirrd to iicnr, itor nnd lurtr J
freiKlitr to &l (M,lats met bur toil
II on cornrnlnioa,
nuina H-ndf l to .riimiUr.
5.1). AVEIU. K. J.AVKIU.
A V KHS Jc CO.,
GKNERAI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio I.kvik, Cairo, 111.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MILS. MAl'GAKKT JACKSON
l'ornierly .Stvniuler, Intnudlng to remose
i Kentllekv. 1 1 -1 1-. . in .11. ,,... ,,r i,nn
and elegant block ol
Immediately. In order to faclllltnto the mlc
ot.her goods, .Mrs. Jackhon has determined
to oiler tlie
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites tho ladlcN ol Cairo and vlr'i'.ty
to call on her If they dexli e good barx-iins.
GOODS AIIK AIsLNKW
The most of them baIng been netcctril from
the late fall ttli'. hence the l.nlleH have a
rale opportunity to purchase new and mi
billable mlllliieiy at cot price. The Hoek
coiisMhoI hatx llhlionx, IIoWcim, hoi.ery
ladles u udcrwear. etc., etc. U-aotl
K. A. 'J1TNNINGIIAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKU.EU IN
Jrxj-yr, oats, aoiBLN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN U. I'HLLIS & SON,
itiuccestor to John 11. I'hllhi,)
JHiALKHS IN HAY, COKN, OAT
Flour, Mcal,I3rnri, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. akd OHIO LKVE
P. G. Schub.
f mT m w ,
On KlKlithtJIrHAt, between Commercial nnd Wah
rixtmi Aleinie, h liallv reOMlrim
NHW MlLIilNEHY GOODS
I. 1 11HT FALL AND WI.VrKH hTYLKH.
Ilpxines a lull hoe of
IBOiTOSTEI'S & HATS
ITrunmed and iintrimmod,)
FIlCNCIl KI.OWKH8, IIIIlUONd, TltlMMINQS
of nil klnilr, Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. Mi-rlca h no s Urd auortmout
fncy Artlclia.iiaeh an
NECK Tl.JH. Cl.l.Ans. tlNDEhflLKKVIW,
And all other articles uiually lounil In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINKUY STORE
Mrs. Jlcflco. In addition to her utock of
ir.iiiiitifntifl Milllitjiwiai'i-.n.i. i . - . is..
conmlc'tu nortinont of Cincinnati CuMom
dreii' JlootH, Ulaclc and in Colon. These
am iickuowiuiiKcii io ue mo nnest and best
uuiaiu I ,iv IIIUIKCI, mm inn 1 mo only
uce lu the city tbatinukt-iUicDi a tpeeiulty
.M. A L D K N,
l.ate of Thoiua & Alden,
A N I)
Kl.OUIt, illlAL, ORALS', HAY, Ac.
No, 135 Ohio Li:vke, Caiho,
SST'Cash advance on Goods on lght.
ItiiKKUHNCKS : Cltv National Hank of
C'Jlro, First National IJajik ol Chlcauo.
MlLIsEK & I'AllKEH,
DEALERS IN FLOUll, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ou FAIRBANKS SOALKS
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. UXLNOIS.
3 P, Z
w 2 3 a
NEW LIVERY STABLE
1IKTWKK.V WAJH'n AVINUX AKD WALKUT
Ur. 1). V. ricMi Inform too puldio that h Um
L 1 V E R r H T A 11 L K,
on thenorthwut (Ida of Tnth street a D.ne
II ii B'aMaa will , iirnlo fieri with noaa but tti
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the jftiblle may be accommodated at nl
hour of tho day and night with safe teams
ou the loivent term".
Or. Fjcldi ak a share of public natroiuce
ami win enuenvor to merit it by fair dcallt
HUM PUILl AllUUllUll io nusi
WOOD WITTENIIOUSE & URO.
dticrul Commissiou Morcliaulu
133 OHIO LEVHE,
REM IS, IJROWN & CO.,
Agents Home Cotton Mills
NO. 60 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
Ou Commeiclal avenue, betweeu Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND GOODROOMS AND
HIK VKHY I1KST OK USDS
.A.a1 THIS HOUBH:
Triusteiil FatrotuKe Solicited.
Miu. Kllun McCartdy, Frenr.