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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1873.
J jHN II. OHF.ltLY, E-illur and l'ubllshe
TERMS OF TUB DAUA i'ULLETINt
One week, by carrier $ 20
One year by carrier, Inadtauco 10 00
Oni rear by carrier it uot p ltd in
advance 12 00
Vne month, by mall , , 1 00
Three roonlha 8 00
Sir months 6 25
Ono year i 10 00
TI1E DOI.LA11 WKEKLV HULl.ETIN
John II. Oberly has reduced the itibscrip
on prico ef the Weekly Cairo Uulletin
o One Dollar per Annum, making it the
cheapest paperpubllshcd in Soutliern Illinois
Senator Pomkhoy Is now in Washington.
Tnc Caldwoll investigation closes to
St. Louis merchant aro moving in
favor of tho repotl of tho bankrupt law.
The Ponnsylvania legislature has in
structed tor senator to vote against postal
- ' "
Reavi?, thoSt.'Louis cnpltol mover, it
indofuligablo. Ho has just liiuod n fourth
edition of hi "St. Louis, tlio .Futuro Great
City of the World."
The Illinois bouso of representatives
on Friday, by a voto of nincty-six to
ninety.four adopted tlio report of tho ju
diciary committee, adverse to the abolish
ment of tho grand jury system.
Mn. Claooatt, dolegatn in congress
from Utah, who will rctlro at tho end of
this session, it is believed will bo appointed
governor of tho territory. He is said to
bo especially obnoxious to .tho Saints.
Gen. O. O. Howard's accounts in the
Prccdman's bureau wero found riht to
within $32 C4. Ho gavo n check for tho
amount and Is now square with tho gov
ernment. How lmppy would Colfax and
bis fallow sinners bo if thoy could right
thoir reputations as easily.
The jury in tho Tweed caso disagreed ;
It is now probablo that Tweed will have n
now trial, nnd a petition for Foster's
pardon is to bo prosontod to Oov. Dix
And wliero is tho cxamplo tho virtue of
New York cried for with n loud voice
a few months ago ?
A dill has been Introduced into tho
Kentucky logiilature to provido for. tht
establishment of common schools for'' the
education of colored children. TIih bill
provides tho method of raising a school
fund and appears to bo generally accepta
ble to tho people of tho stato.
At a cabinet meeting on last Friday the
trouble with tho Modoc Indians war" dis
cussed and it is probablo that a commission
will bo sent to investigate tho causo of the
difficulties now existing between tho Mo
docs and our soldiers. Theso Indians aro
warlike and determined. Thoy do not
slowly and sadly climb the distant moun
tains. They turn their backs toward tho
setting tun and their fucos toward our
soldiers and refuse to bo driven from their
happy bunting grounds on tho confines of
Oregon to a government reservation. Tho
Modocs number about ono thousand In
dians and aro commanded by a warrior
chief callod Captain .Tack. Thoy liavo an
ubundanco of arms and ommlnltion und
hundreds of cattlo in their camps and
along tho lake ilioro and are belicvod to
bo in a situation to bid dellanco to tho
United States soldiers ior an indefinite
time. Hut in n recent engagement thoy
wero somewhat worsted, and now Captain
Jack expresses his desiro for peace
TRUTH AND IIONESTV VERSUS
Colfax continues to make tempcrinco
lectures. Tcmpcranco Is a vlrtuo, one
vtblcb. can scarcely be ovor-ratod, but
truthfulness and honesty aro also virtues.
"Would not tho causo of morality ari'd re
ligion Lo better sorvod if Vice President
Colfax, who has bean all but convicted of
"being a liar and n perjurer, wora to dis
continue Ids tcmporanco lecture and ad
dress himself lo the task of proving him
self innocent, If he cn, of
tbo crimes even his friends
now unwillingly believe him to bo guilty
of? If bo .Is innocent, ho can provo it.
If he is guilty, let him not add to shame
by continuing lo wear a musk of hypoc
risy, a mask which will oxclto tho disgust
of tho good and the sneers of tho wicked,
Tbo fall of a man like Schuyler Colfax, the
dlicovery of his weiknois and wickedness,
is a greater blow to tho causo of virtu
than tha downward uxauipla of any num
ber of common sinners, and this Is a fact
of which ho himself is fully aware. Mr.
Colfax addressed n Ualtlinore audlenco on
Saturday night, and referring to himself,
poke of unjust aspersions and breaking
hearts and conscious rectitude, 'which all
founded very ilrra, probably, but is loo
uncertain and Indefinite to satisfy people
who have followed the courso of the
Credit Mollller investigation. Hu should
put ft period to bis temperance lectures
for the present, and If he can't provo him
self innocent of tha charges hu Is now
retting under, tho period should be a final
AN ASTRONOMICAL KEAT.
THE NOVEM1JER BTAR-9HOWER
AND HIE LA'S COMET.
(From the New York Evening Post.
Onu of the most remarkable uslroiiom
ical events which has appeared lor many
years, has Just been nnnuuncod. It Is In
deed ultogcther unprecedented III thu an
nals of science Our readers, says tha
London 'News,' will remember Unit the
snlondld shower of mctuors which full on
November 1!7, 1H71!, was ascribed to the
lost comet named alter lllolii. Very soon
after this the opinion was confirmed in
several independent quarters; and at tha
last meeting of tho Royal Astronomical
society of England, Mr. 11 1 nil, superintend
ent of the Nautical Almunac, indicated
how closoly Ihe'phcnomena of that wonder
ful shower accorded with tho theory that
we wero passing through thu meteoric
train of lliela's comet when tlio shower
llut a continental nstronomer did moro
than that. Tho Idea suggested itself to
him, that alnco tLo earth bad passed
through tho train of tho comet, tho actual
track pursued by tho comet was indicated
(though ifturn fashion hitherto unknown
In astronomical practice). A now meth
od of observing comets, truly that astron
omers should bo nctually whirled by tho
earth through tho train of n comet which
had "passed that way" aovcraV weoks bo
lord But this astronomer, Klinkorfiics,
acted on his Idea, calculated whuro tho
comet must bo and sent a telegram to Mr.
Pogion, tho government astronomer, at
Madras, containing tho following start
ling announcement: " Biolu touched
Earth on l!7th; search near Thctn Con
tauril" For tho comet had conoiouthwards, and
according to calculations was In a part of
tho star-spboro which only jnt rises
abovo tho southern horizon of London
(and that an hour In November and De
cember, when tho stars cannot bo seen).
So tho mcssago had to bo sent to ii south
ern observatory, whero tho glories of tho
Centaur, with his gemmed feet upon tho
eplcnucd boumern urois, riso lilgli abovo
the horizon, rogson received llio telegram
In duo courso, nnd on thu first clear morn
ing looked out for tho comet near tho left
shoulder ol tno -tian-norso. i lie uitio lor
tho search was short, for in December tho
Centaur docs not rlsu at Madras until near
sunrise ; and thn weather was unfavorable.
For two morninirs runtime: i'dimum saw
nothing, Hut "on tho third attempt I had
bettor luck," hn writes to tbo Astronomer
Royal. Just aboutquartnr past fivoithluo
snaco in tho heaven onnbleU him to 11 ml
Biola, and in four minutes (o j-roat is tho
tho delicacy of modern telescopio obser
vation) i'ogson had found that tno comet
was movinir in other words, that tho ob
ject was not ono of thoso star cloudlets
which llecK tho star-dopths, but remain
unmovlng and unchanging for conturles.
Wo rasy vonluro to quoto Pogson's words
ns to his recognition of tho comet's motion,
for though technical they have 'an nmus
ing sound. Ha says: "Though 1 could
onlv get four comparisons with an anony
mous star. an nnonvmous star! "tho
co mot had moved over such a distanco in
four minutes, nnd that settled its being tho
CAIRO AND FULTON
ROUTE, ITS ADVANTAGES
AND ITS PROSPECTS.
ICnnvspondeiieo St. Louis Democrat.
Nitwroitr, Ark., January 20, lr!7;i.
Arrived by englno in u good stato of
bodily preservation j the UrU pumunggr
und only representative ot thu nowspanur
fraternity up to date, over ono of thu gruat
links In tnu in lernatlsual chain, which Is
soon to connect bt. Jbouls commercially
with Mexico and the Pacific.
A rofuronco to thu map will show that
lliu Cairo and f ultou ruilroad occupies un
almost direct line between thu ruilroad
system of Texas, sucking u iiui tlicrn uul
lut, and 01040011 tho sulituurii boundary of
Miisouri which run to thu cit
ies of St. Louis and Missouri.
This routo was selected after care
ful and iniuuto surveys, und u thoroug h
examination of tho country, It being at
onco thu shortest, cheapest and most direct
liuu between tho termini. In a totul
length of oOl miles It uxceuds mi air-lino
only 0 3-1U miles j Its grades uro nowhuro
gruutur thun Ultecn leet lo tlio mllo, und
tor two hundred miles the road is almost
level with track of tlsh-plato rail sixty
pounds to tbo yard. Tho position of tiiu
lino will bo found us valuablo for local
business as it appears for through business.
It puts in communication fifteen of tho
choicest countlus of tho statu; running
closu to most of tho county seal', and pass
ing tlio capital ol llio suite, l.lltlu nock
(population 10,000), It will glvo railway
iacllllioi to nearly im,uuo, (ir
one-fourth tho present popu
lation of tho statu, who liavo
hitherto been without means of communi
cation, except by dirt roads or river, in u
climalu in which tho winters aro so mild
that tho stock 11 vo upon grass andcanu of
tho bottom tho winter through without be
ing taken up or fed. Tho Indian summer
lasts until the mlddlo of January, tho
ground seldom freezing deeper than three
inches. Tho region is freo from drouth
und extremes of wot or dry seasons, pecu
liar to moro iiorinern lalliuuos. Tins sec
tion, as well as other parts of Arkansas, is
the only part of tho United States pro
tected aguinst violent winds. Tho Ozark
mountains, running from tho Indian Na
tion through Missouri to near St. Louis,
perform for Ibis country tho tamo otlicu
the Alps do for Italy. Tho mean temper
atuuro for tho year makes u showing for
tho mouths of January of 45 degrees, July
and August ill dugrues Fall. A new era
has dawned upon this beautiful
and productive country. Tim
bottom?, hills und valloys now so
thinly auttlod, can bo directly reached in
but a fuw hours by tho Cairo nnd Fulton
ruilroad, and emigrants lrom thu Eastern
stales and tho Old World, Instead of mov
ing In llio direction of tha northwe.t, a
country possessing less natural advanta
ges nnd resources, will make their homes
in this, tho land of fruitfullncss and salu
brious climate, thu Switzerland of tho
Southwest. Thu landowners generally
find they havo too much land and gladly
welcome tho Immigrant, Immigrants no
where In thu United Stntcs will bn mora
respectod and encouraged than by tho citi
zens and landowners of this part of tho
country, and nuwliuro aru thu induce
ments so varied and so groat as to tlioso
who desiro to better thulr condition, to
farmeis, mechanics, laborers and capital
ists, than aro otl'ered along this gruat
thoroughfare to tha Southwest. Thorn aro
millions of acres of laud still unimproved
susceptlblu of a high statu of cultivation,
much of which produces ono balo of cot
ton, and vory, very frequently ono balu
and a half to tho aero. Thu result Is ap
parent with cotton at seventeen cents and
an upwaid tendency, on .'00 pound to
thu balo. , The iilalilerYommciicts plow.
Ing tho 'first or J'oVuury. and cotton
d ilited from tho firil of March to tlio
mlddlo of May, On) bund with a una
horse plow can cultivatu thirteen acres of
cotton, or ten acr.ts of cotton and five acres
of corn. There is at least two wcokt dlf.
feronco In tho time of thu ripening of vegu
tables and fruits In tho central portions of
Arkansas, and In tbo neighborhood ot St,
Louis, and the time via tho Cairo and Fu.
ton nnd Iron Mountain nnd St. Louis rail
roads from Little Rock to St. Louis will bo
about twelvo hours, whon the road bed
is in' condition to warrant tho running
through of express trains, and tho Cairo
and Fulton railroad will connect ns fol
lows; North with tbo St, Louis und Iron
Mountain railroad 337 miles from Llttlo
Rock nnd 490 miles from tho Texas lino :
northeast with tho Illinois Central and
Cairo and Vinconncs railroads at Cairo;
east and west with Memphis nnd Llttlo
ltoclc, nnd Little Rock nnd Fortli Smith
railroads, nnd Llttlo Rock, Pino Illuff nnd
Now Orleans railroads; south with tho
Mississippi, Oachltannd Red Rlvo-, South
ern, or Tuxas and Pacific, to tho Pacific,
and thn International railroad of Toxas to
Larodo and City of ilex loo, and terminat
ing at Mazatlan, Mexico, on thu Pacific
Tho through and local business of this
Important lino of railroad from St, Louis
southward, and from Texas northward,
will tax to Its utmost capacity n ringln
track lo nccommodat;. Nurthorn-bound
trains will carry cotton, sugnr, tropical
fruits, stock and lumber. South-bound,
merchandise, grain, coal, etc. Tho fran
chlso of this road Is now In tho hands of a
powerful and llvu corporation, nnd tho
promptness with which It has met nil its
obligations has won tho confidence of tho
wholo peoplo In tho enterprise. From
present appearances wo have every assur
ance that tho Cairo nnd Fulton will be
furnishing us beuf from tho plains of tho
Presidio before tho Christmas of "73.
Ily net of congress, July 23, 1SGC, a do
nation of land was confirmed to the com
nutiv of G.400 fieri! tn inrli rutin nf rn.iil
extending to twenty miles on each sldo of
iuu imch, mus securing ion inn sections
to tho mile, or 1,'J2G,40U acres upon 301
miles of road. Thcso lands nro exempted
from taxation until lhn rnml nnrlin 111 nor
cent; nnd tho road being located along
inai portion oi mo siato wucro tno Hilly
regions of tbo western anil northern mec't
tho level lands of the eastern and southern
Dart of the state, will ennhln thn roinnnnv
to accommndato all classes of buyers, for
bottom, vallev or hill lands: Tor cotton.
grain, fruit, grass, or stock growinc All
this country udjacont to tho routo abounds
In coal, Iron and lino clay. Pine,
black walnut, oak, ash, cherry,
nnd poplar ; oaks measuring
six and tun cuts to tlio tree, to an
Inexhaustlblo limit, aro found all nlom:
thu route. Tho cultivated lands adjoining
the lands of tho 0. and P. company pro
duce cotton, corn, wheat, oats, tobacco,
potatoes, (Irish nnd sweet), peas, beans,
hops and tha grasses. Punches havo not
failed for thirty years. It is thu object of
tho company to olTur theso lands at vory
low figures to nctnal settlers of a thriftv
and industrious character. Tho officers o'f
tho road nro: Thomas Allen, president;
H. O. Mnrquand, vieo president; I).
W. McWIIIiaim, treasurer; W. R.
Donaldson, secrotary; ,1. M. Loueh
norougli, landcommlssioncr; James "II.
Morluy, chief nnginoor.
Directors Thomas Allen, S. II. Laflin,
Elon O. Smith, L. II. Clark, W. R. Don
aldson, "W. R. Allon, St. Louis; II. O.
Marquand, Win. T. Modiget, Wm. II.
Smith, II. M. Alexander. John H. Swift,
Oeo. Cabot Ward, New York, and J. M.
Loughtorough, Llttlo Rock.
Trustuoof the bonds Tho Union Trust
company, 7.1 Ilroadway, Now York.
Principal ollice, St. Louis.
Agency of tho company, i'.'O llroadwav,
Now York. Capital stock, Sl'J.OOO.OOu,
First mortgage bond (flrf t lien upon lands,
railroads and equipments), snven per cent j
gold, coupons January and July, duo
Through trains will bo put on In ton
days, leavlnc St. Louis 0 p.m. in (deeper
as far as "White river ; tako brnakfast at
"White river; nrrlvo at Llttlo Rock at C p.
m. next dny. Leavo Llttlo Rock at 7 n.
in.; nrrlvo at St. Louis next morning
at ii. II.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. V.,
QBKMAN1A, N. Y.,
AmscIJ 1,008,711 71
HANOVER, K. V,
AKHPti 720 802 00
IlKrUIILtC, N. Y.,
Assets 714,92.'. 00
Comiirlslag the Uadernritcri' Afcenor,
YONKKRS, N. Y.,
Assets 879 1 04 M
Asxets 4M.193 II
TIRKM EHfH rtJND, 8. r.,
Assets..-. c 800 0
BK0UH1TY, N. Y. MARINE,
Htoros, I)n-il!lni, Kurnltiiro, Hulls nnd C
Koe, Insure l nt ruins as hvnrable at sound, t
manont security will warrant.
I rosiicvtfully lc of the cl tltrnx ol Cnl r
(hareof thfir nalronnKo,
V. It. Morns, II. 11. t'andee
Notary Public No. l'ub. nnd II. H. Com
W. V. THORNTON'S,
UUILDKRS' SUPPLY DEPOT
131 TKNTII 8TRKKT,
lloorH, Nimli, Mllml. Hoiiltllntcii,
jvo(JutlrrH, (woixl) WliMlittrnni! floor
rrnuira, Flooring, I.alti,
NhlliKlN, Mlnsril NisnIi, Olnawl Nlilr
LIkIiIh, (IIiimhI TrHimouiit,
Nnnl WclichtN, Nnati I'tillli N nml U
Illlllll lHNttllllKM, llOOltllK
KIS, ItnuHnK Oiiient, l'laalnrlsi
i'iiirr, Carpet Volt, M'hlt
l.rml, I.IsinmI Sill, Anirrloiiu WIsmIoh
(HiiMH, KsikIInIi nuilFrnnch
I'liilK llun, I'ully, fUaaler'N Pons I
Hi'wir 11 1 I'ntrnl C'lilniiii'vaj
Kit., Etc., Kin.
AOKNTH nr Itnck rtlTof Psprr Comr.sny'
Hhcallitnii Knit Hnil Quatlt Celnont
II, W John's I."nir. ...! Ilonllni; Hlways on
On Commercial aveuue, between Twcllth
mid Thirteenth streets,
CL'KsTS WI1.1.PJND (1001) ROOMS AND
tim: vuitv iikst or iikds
AT THIS HOUSE:
Trumlent Patrouagu .Solicited.
Mu. Ki.i.ii.s' McCarthy, Proiir.
;r,n. v. imv, l'ropii. ior
W'uteh l.elit day and uluht for hoat-t and
'I'RIt.MS TWO DOLLARS i'llll DA V.
Ohio l,ecc, coiner of Sixth ktrcet,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
ST. .IAMKS llOTlOL,
Noilheast Coiner Public Sipiare,
A. UAItUTH IJroprietor
Tlila house has reeeiitl)' been repaired and
liunltlieil newly throughout. It Is couvenl
flit to tho biiilness houses aud the court
liouu', (iood sample rooms,
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
A'flt 0,M,MI4 9
NORTH AMKIIICA, I'.
A""! 2,7S3,0O0 00
A""'t " 2,61 4,510 72
I'IKKNIX, II AHTI'OHII,
K"et SI.7S1.149 HO
INTERNATIONA I., N. Y
- 11,341,899 1
" I6H.173 99
A"!," - S1JS.278 43
AUKItlCAN CENTRtli, MO,
CONNECTICDT MUTUAL. 1.IFK.
A9,' lao.ooo.cim oo
TltAVELElta1, IIAHTKORD. LIKE AND
A,"l',, l,W0i 0
KA1HVAY PAHSKNOERS A-HU11ANCE
V'-ut" fMO.W) bo
A"l J03H,W 00
SAFEORD, MORRIS & CANDEli,
71 Ohio It,
nENKY H. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SKIN and ORN.V.ME.NTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every stylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glu-i (Hldlnti
Orders solicited for Scenery, Krcscoo and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Ollt, plain and ornamental. All work lit
ta'-tcd to my care will be promptly at
tended to. Shop lu Perry House, corner
Commercial ucnue aud Elehth Urcel.
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COUNEIl 32D.STIIEKT AND OHIO LEV El
ntllll J. P.UAMRI.K
IDLE WILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
AUv.y4 on hand, and at tho 1 1 ve4iiiirko
priet. Alvj auood artlclo of
Vory cheap. Leave ordcrx at HALLWAY
imoTIIKR.S, or apply at the mill.
No. 104 COMMKIIL'IAL AVKNUK,
Freneli, Seot'di and Ainericaii ca.lmcrcs
ot an coioi, aim Deiuer ami uroauclotlm
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Ami made up In thu
And at the lowest price. A lino lit and ilrs
claw rtork uuarantuod. Satlnfaotiou in o
Eighth St., Ut. Com. & Wash.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
(JOHMIIMieir AH raRWAHBINO.
FORW2VIIDING and COMMISSION
H Kit Oil AN TN,
DEALERS IN FJOUR,
Anil Agenn of
iniO RIYXR AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lever,
z. v. uatuuss.. . 0.0111
MATIIUSS & UUL,
Commissi on Mkkc hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hiiccmor to E. II. HfuJnoji A Co.)
Forwarding and Commisaion
WHARF-HO AT PKOPKIETORS.
Liberal AdTncrmbls msdo
Are proparrj to roccirc, stors nJ lorwsrJ
frafuhte to all points and tur oJ
II on commission,
"liiilnfi stUnda.I to prnmptlr.
ti. D. Av'krh.
K. .1. AVKIttf.
AYERS Si CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. "8 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
J!. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND UKALltR IN
HAY, OATS, CORN
AND MILL FEED.
OAIHO, - - . ILLINOIS
JOHN R. PI1LL1S & SON,
ifkiCCOMOMto John II. fliillx,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTIl-ST. anb OHIO LEVi
oa inn, illh.
G. M. ALDEN,
Late or Thomas & Aldeu,
A N I)
COMMISSION M ERCIIANT
Pl.OUlt, Mi:.VIGHAIN,IIAY, &e.
No, iaj Ohio Luvki:, Cairo.
I3)'C'ash advances on (ionds on sight.
ltiiKKiir.NCF.s : City National Hank ol
Cairo, h irst National Hunk or Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Lcvec, CAIBO. ILLINOIS.
Onr Home Advertisers.
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CITY NATIONAL0 HANK, CAIItO
A itl a A l.tiSislsik
H. 8, TAYLOIt VlccPresld'ent;
H.UYSLOP, Seerctarr and Tro
P. M.lUaotiT, Cas.OtiMii,
f . 11. HrocsnrtH, pcs, (1. Htmuh,
It. II. CcKKiKanm, H. , Atuw'ri
Dopodta ot nr Araonnl Hoeelvod lrom
Tm f 'in Im llnunMla
JNTKIIF.HT paid 00 deposits at the rate ol six
percent, ppranainn, AUrch Island doptnm
r Im. InlKruMool wlih.lMwn Is Mdrd linmo.
d atoly lotte pnncit.nl or tl.o dpolu, thcrrht
UARttllll WOMSN AND CHILDREN MAT 1
- " J U. . DRAW IT,
Oprnerprr uln dny rrum a.m. to a p.m., ttrtvTnu
and Hsturdsy eTCDiti lor HAVING DEfUilTt I WINES,
only, from ( to o'clock.
""' W. HYMLOl'.TrBSSUr.'r.
THE CITY NATIONAL
AII4S. I 1.1,1 MO IN
OAl'ITAL, 7 . $1(10.1100
W. Y. IlAl.LIIIAV. I'rril.lta 1
I1KMIT I.. HALLIDAY. VlcIVsld.ii
A. H.HAKKOIIU, Clilfr;
WALTER II YH 1.01 .,, mini
Hrssjs Tsttoi, Itonar II, Cvmaiu,
(Iit L. IUtLii.r, V, I. 1Ullii.it.
Uto. II. Wiiiitu, Hisrnaii Ilia
A. I). Bsirosii.
HAItHY WALKEH Prop'r.
This bouse la newly fitted up with two
And two Una
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked v.ith the lest
MIX BID lOI&IIfcTICS
aro compounded In the most approred stylo
KSTCotnc and see lor rouratlT. J
WIN KM AMU LH4UUUI.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Alto, m. codhUdIIx od hud a tocst un
lUln Hock at
iu'Tcu avi) iuisu wuiasiiu
! 0 I N H.
KarhnssKr, 'oln and United Nlale !.,.,,,.. .... ....
ltoait. iuiiibi.1 .ad sola. j Vt,tt Mdrl, faherrjnd Calawta Mr Int
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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OA I MO.
DANIEL IIURP, VrMiJenti
hOHKKT. IIL..4. Cr.. II. qi
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F. M. STOOKFLETH,
scoctuoa nlni iTocirLtia
. Henirrr ssssd Wholfal Bmsl la
) foreign awS DosaMllo
! WINES AND LIQUORS
0DLLKCTION8 l'HOMPTLV MADE.
No. C2 Ouio Lkvke,
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I'tulM nxurltlrii Iwnsht tti4 sold. LI Oi l Krntuckr llunrtoa, Hit and Moauala
InlKrMl SIIdwnI nn Tmllti I !' WMsklts, Kr.och UrudlM, I'll . l
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WOOD RITTENIIOUSB & DRO.
oncrul Couiiuieiiou Mercliaots
183 OHIO LEVEE,
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MICHAEL COYNE, Propriulor.
(OI.U I'UST OS K1CK TANU.)
KCAI. KMT AT K AUENC1.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (tfXCONU y LOO It) OHIO LEVEK,
Bnv and Sill Real Estate,
FURNI8U ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And ptfitfi Cnaroysnraa nlKlnds:
j Corner Sixth stieet aud Couuuarclil Av.
The btt brands ol Clears, choice Wiosi.
j Liquors, etc., always ou band.
' tSTOpen duy and blliL Jjp
I OLD DELMONICO
SALOON AND READING KOOMS
CoLmerlAv?11 WLNTEU'S BLOCK .
PARKER & MONTAGUE
..tSyThe best brands of Cigars, choice
V lues, Liquors, otir; always on band tt
niLLIAHD SALOON AND BARROOM.
I JOHN UATCfl, Proprietor.
John Q. llarrcau,
JOHN Q. IIAIl.MAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Nor Us for, OtU St. nnd lilol.es vc
Abstracts of Tltlo. ConveyanciM: mode a
specliltr. Heal tstato bought and sold.
C3T Taxes raid, etc.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WABU'N AVENUE AND WALNU1
Dr. II. K. Fields informs tno puLlio that he has
LIVERY 8 T A B L E,
on the northwest sido of Tenth trrl as munr
Ills 'ol will h furnished with none hut the
AND GOOD VEUIOLES.
and tho public may be accommodated at al
linlira nf thfl ilnv ;itnl tiltrlil will. Lnf',.
on tho lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
aud will endeavor to merit It by fair deulluif
and strict attention to lmi
BEMIS, UUOAVN & CO., "
Agents Homi: Cotton Mills
NO, 60 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
I ICS Ortinmereisl Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Csllff WCInsnlu reeuisvJ,
IlII.I.lAnu naloon rurnUhed with the Lost
of tables : and bar supplied with wtocs, liquors
and altrarii orilipno"t brand".
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th aud 6th streets,
MEALS ATA1.L HOURS.
A line new Dining Hall with every con
venience hat been added to this popular
Restaurant, aud tho xuetts will dtu every
reiiulilte tor thclraccouiodatlon.
THE 111 IX OF FARE
conslHts or every substantial and delicacy ol
11 supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOUS.WINES St CIGARS
KJTMUed drluks prepared with care.
FOR BALE, 1 for eat r FOR SALE
FOR SALE.) fmbIIUFOR SALE
Fare from Liverpool,
Faro from Londcndekht
Fare from Olahqow,
Fare from Queentown
TO CAIRO, 1 t 11 t i 1 14 8- 30
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