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THE CAIRO DAILTY. BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1873.
JjllNH. OBKIILY, Kdltnr nJ Vubttatio
TERMS OF THE I)A1L I'ULLETIN:
One week, by carrier.... 25
One year by carrier, In Advance 10 00
One year by currier it nol pild In
advanco 12 00
Vne tnontb, by mall 1 00
Three raontbi 3 00
Slswontli.,... ....... & 26
Ono yew , 10 00
TIIK DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberly bM reduced (he subscrip
on price of tbo Wkkklt Cairo Uullktin
One Dollar per annum, ranking It the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois
TUK 'Sun' oflat evening coplul nn arti
cle from The Bulletin with the lutroduc
tory remark "We believe that Journal (The
' Uclletin) supported Ex-Sccrctary Ruin
' mcl for the position which hi j hired man,
'Col. Harlow, secured at the polls,'' The
llUI.LErt.v piibllihcd the article as an Item
of news. II Mr. Hummel Is tbo lctlm of a
mistake, The IIL'I.Lkti.V will be glad to pub'
llih tbo fact n an item of news. It Mr.
Hummel has victimized tbo state, Tilt Uul
lktin will not withhold that ni an Item ol
newt, though It did support Mr. ltumma
for a position which be did not Kct.
Faakklin county bad a supposed cmo
of poisoning and a murder last week. Tho
poisoned man' namo was Juptba Murtln,
who becaino lick unto death Immediately
nfter drinking whiskey obtained at a atoro
near Kubank's mills. Tho murdered
man's namo was Kills Uninson, ood the
circumstance of hU murder aro mys
terious. " At the close of n party, about
' nino milos southoast of Marion," say tbo
Marion 'friend,' " somo one of
the number took U nun on around tbo
'corner of tho house to talk with him
'concerning some business matter, and
' wbilo they wero engaged in conversation,
' Branson leaning against the house,
'somo ono, as yet unknown, stealthily ap
'proached in tbo dark, nnd reaching
' round tho corner of t'io bouio, and plac
'ingn pistol near to the car of Jlrnnson,
discharged tho contents Into his head,
tbo ball passing through his bead, killing
' him instantly. Tho pistol was placed so
' near bis bead, before bolng discharged,
'that tbo powder burnt tbo hair. At the
1 tltno tho murder was committed there
'were at least foity porsons In and near
' tho house, yet it seems that no ono saw
'the deed cammitted."
should not bo affected by its pas
sage, and he was rominded by Mr. Farns
worlh that tho bill did not affect news
papers at all. If Mr. Fat ns worth wis
right, tho ruling of the post-ofllce de
partment in roference to "exchanges"
which reads: "newspaper exchanges aro
1 entillcd.to pass by mail frco of postage
'and to bo dolivcred freo by carrier" is
not affected by tho bill abolishing tho
franking privilege, trnd nowspnpora will
continue to enjoy tho system of a freo ex
change list. The franking privilcgo Is
popularly understood to moan tbo right,
confined to tbo president nnd vice- presi
dent of tho United States, members of the
cabinet and of both bousoi of
congress, nnd other elective and
appointive officers under tbo government
to send public or private matter freo
through tbo mails. If wrong wo would
llko to bo set right on tho matter, but we
bclievo tho law regulating tbo freo circu
lation of newspaper within certain limit.",
free exchanges, etc., comes under
different heading. The bill
abolishing tho franking privilege
and inlonded to correct ernormous nlmses
which hud grown up under It, rcudj as fol
Uo it enacted, etc., Tbaf tho franking
privilege be, and tho sumo is bcroby, abol
ished, from and after tho 1st day of .Jul v.
A. 1)., 1173, and that thenceforth all olil.
cial correspondence of wlmtuvur nature,
and other mailable matter sent from or
nddrcstcd to any officer of tho govern
ment or pjrson now authorized to frank
such matter, shall bo clmrgcablo with tho
tamo rates ofpostngo as may bo lawfully
imposed upon llko matter sent tv or nd-
dressed to other persons: Provided, That
no compensation ur allowance shall now
or herealter bo made to sonators or mem
bers end delegates of tho bouse of repre
sentatives on account ol postage
OUH SCHOOIi BUILDINGS.
A writer In tbo Eockford 'Register'
criticises tbo present stylo of school-houio
archUecturo'ns exemplified in tho many
storied school-houses of Kocklord, but
which is not peculiar to that city. This
stylo of school-houso now so popular, Is
condemned by tbo llockford critic as a
"grand mistake," for school purposes, and
gives some excellent reasons in
support (if his theory. Ho does
not like tho plan of putting tho little
cbildron in tho basements, which
are "suro to bo damp, poorly lighted and
so low as to bo illy ventilated," nnd that it
has lately been proven that low, damp
Ill-ventilated and poorly lighted school
rooms arc the cause of tho short-sightedness
so prevalent tlicro. Making tho boys and
girls of all ages, as they aro promoted
from the prlrnaryJcparttnent "climb two,
three and four pairs of stairs" is uuothcr
objoction the writer in question has to our
four-storied school-home!, for while "hear
ty boys and girls can stand it well enough
to climb these stairs four limes u day,
many feeble boys and two-thirds of tbo
girl will not bo able to
enduro It. They will lose
their rocesscs, more needful for them than
for tbo healthy oner, or bo tried beyond
tboir strength by the climb. These tlirco
ttoriod school buildings uro known among
educators by tbo name of tho "girl-killers."
These- strictures against our high
schools may.be well. founded, and deserve
a little consideration from tho.e who bc
lievo it Is not well to cultivate tho body
at the expense ot tbo mind.
A DIFFERENCE OK OPINION.
The abolishment of tho franking privi
lege, consummated in the housoof repre
sentatives ou Monday, tho 27th day of
January, and which Is to take effect on tho
1st of J uly, 1873, appears to have carried
with it some dltlercnco of opinion as to Its
scope, even among Journals which are
supposed ta be well posted on all mailers.
Among tbeso Journals wo find the Phila
delphia 'Press,' tho Chicago 'Times,'
and tho New York 'livening Post.'
The 'Press' fours that the country press
will 11 rid it a burdoniome cxpeme to
pay postage on their exchanges
which tbey now receive post-
ajo free. The 'Times' considers thai it
will bo more likely to have a boncllclal ef
fect on country newspapers compulUd to
cat down their exchange list", it will ne
cessitate laoro original matter and tend to
tbo Improvement of their character nnd
publlovaluo. Tho New York 'Kvenlng
Post saya it Is an error to suppose that
the provision for the freo circulation of
nowspaper In tbo counties whero printed
is abolished with the franking privilege
Prior to tbo adoption of the bill by the
bouse of representatives, Mr. Conger of
Michigan offered an amendment providing
that the privilege of newspapers circulat
ing free in the counties whore printed
Wliolraitlp mill Itrtnll Grocer,
Ha on hand at all tlniei 'p?etablo, Fruits
miner nnu tif, l.ani.
IIonev, Tkoi'ical FnuiTS, Etc., Ktc
t3T"All iroods Warranted Krioh. ami nhl
at email Profit.
X. II. Parcels delivered to anv nart of the
city to Customers.
WK3T SIDK COM MERCIAL AVE., BETWEEN
17th AND lSlll HTKKEr.i.
TI-IjS istew system.
OROCEKlEe RETAILED AT WUOLESALI
yiiicia roR cash.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'S STOKE
WASHINGTON AVENUE. BETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH bTREETfl.
SC .'bs. dry Cuba Sugar for - - -$5 0
9 " " ' ... l 00
0$ lbs. A coffoo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " Prime ltlo Coffeo for - - 1 00
8J " Cholcu " - - 1 0C
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas and other staplo and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now and full weight given. Call
and try. v
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
I IN" S TT 33 -A TSTOIEJ
MAOARA, m. t.,
Asset ft, 136,216
OERUAN1A, N. V.,
Ansel 1,069,121 78
Assets .. 721) 863 uu
1IKFUBLIC, N. Y.,
Arrets 711,925 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Aaency,
YON K Kit, N. Y.,
Ae;et a 878 461 61
lKet 4M.133 23
rir.KMEN'a fund, b. t.,
KKCUMTY, N. Y. MARINE,
Stores, IIwmIIIdk'. Furniture, Hulls ami C
K'if, Insured ut rut R fayi'ralile as sound, p
tninml neciirity will warrant.
I riawtfully k of Iho cl titen nl Cm 1 1
atiateof their iialronase.
. II. Morris,
No. Pub. anil tl. H. Cum
KIKE, HULL, OAKOO, LIVE STOCK
NOItTU AMEKICA, PA.,
Arret 12,783,000 00
Asrcti 12,644,210 72
Axels 11,781,148 86
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
At'iit . 11,333,3.18 1
AM! I515.C73 s
Aeset tlf.5,27B 43
AME11ICAN CENTIlAIj, MO.,
An.eti tM.WO I
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Ansetx t.W,0OO,lml 00
THAVELEIW, HAIITKOKU, LIKE AND
Aeaeta t'.,!M,V) 0
HAILJVAT PA8.SEN0ERS A-8UKANCE
Vh'otf MU,000 00
A-'etd 1630,862 00
isAFFOHD, MOltlUS itUANDEE,
71 Ohio Loveo,
Our Home Advertisers.
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73
C. II AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, flTKA,
LAltaK STOCK OF OAHK4TINO
IU Entire N tor Is
VEKY LOW KIOUKKS.
CORNER 8T1I BT. AND COUWEncIAL-AY.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
COHHIMIOlsT ARB BTWABIIIR(I.
Onr Home Advertisers.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MR It C) II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
And A icon of
niO RIVER AND KANAWHA
DECOUATIVK. SIGN and OKNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In ever)-style, plain and ornamental.
rarticiil.tr attention paid to Ul:ii (llldlnu
Orders Milicitcd for .Scenery, Kreicoe unO
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Ollt, plain and ornamental. All work In
trv-tcd to my care will be promptly al
tended to. shop In l'crry IIouh'. corner
Commercial avenue and Eiicbtb ntrcet.
And Dealer in
VEG BTA1JLES, KKUITS, EGGS,
J, A HI), KKKSH BUTTKU, LIVE
AND DK ESSE I) PwULTKY,
FKESH SALTED AM)
SMOKED FI&H, ETC.
All Goods Wauuantkd Fuesii
And told at Ibe lovet prices for.ca'b.
f3? Kichlh street, between Commercial
and Wittbington avenues.
NEVE It KNOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGTE TOWDEHS,
l Ot: THE l'Cn.MANENT CCItf Ol'
(.'HILLS AND FEVER, l,'JIU Mil'K .
OR AY FOItM OF I NT E KM IT 1
TEXT FEY Kit.
And Dtnler In
VEGhTAllI.ES. FKUITS, EGGS, LAUD
FKESH IIU'lTEK, ETC.
J3T" All Good warranted fresli, and sold
llie lowot prices.
Corner ii tu Su andCoinmerclulAve.
TIIK GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
Tliere aro no discuses so debilitatlnj; In
their cll'ects upon tbe eoimtltutluu rs the
above, and none more tliiUcult to cure bv
the ii-unl modu of practice, Tbe Fever ami
Ague l'owdcrs will ell'ect a cure in cubes of
uiu lungcn ManuniK a wen ui prove a lire
vcntlv e. in the forming' itui;eii ot the illeafed
lleiiife' purely egetablc, they net with cer
tu.lity on the disease, totally eradicating it
from tbo NjMem, nnd prevent u return at
any future period.
Why wuttc )our money and healtlrin try
Ini; every medicine you hear of, when
Thompson' Fever ami Atjuo l'owdcrs bae
uocrlullcu to cure llio thllln lit any cute.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation U established. Tliou.
saniN of tcKtlmoniaU h.ive been rceclvvii,
showing that tbee powderi, have pcrlormeil
iniruch'K In curing euoes ol lon Mainllnj;,
many of them considered liopelehH.
There ii no rlk in taking thuiii. Tlicv
contain nothing injurious and, therctore,
mine ol the liiicriiiK dlicases ro olten tho
reitlllt of tin inaliv iin.trtmw ut th.. .t.iv
l'liyMcinns recommend them ut Miporlor to
iliiiiinio ur any umer Known rcineilv, lor
they leave tho xutcm In a healthy state, and
tlici patient beyond the probability of u re
lajin.1. IIKWAIIi: OF COtLNTKIIFEITS. The
(.'cnuliu am put up In miii.iiv tin ImxeH.with
Tm)Ml'ri()N'.S FEVKK AND AGl'K l'OW
DEIt.S htauiped on the lid, and the kIkiihIuiii
ol Thompson Ar C'ltAWioi-ii on the wrapper.
-No other can povllily he fenulnu.
WM. GLENN & SON'S
llliAD QlfAItTKltS FOIl OllOflKIUKS
l. It HAT VAItlCTY,
COFFEI'.. 1th', Laguiiyra, .lava, Moclui.
SUGAR, N. 0., Hard & Soff Kefined.
SYRUPS. flew Orleans nnd Eastern.
WH SIAKK HI'KCIAI.ITIKlS 01'
THCOl: PSO IT'S
R II E "mt ATI U
Kioiiti St,, I1t. Com. A Wauh.,
TIIKOI.KAT EXTKUNAt. IIIIMKHV 1011
K H K UMATIS M , N E U K A L -G
I A, SIMtAINS, E TO,,
good ro a ha .v o ,' ji i:a s t.
This liniment ban earned lor Itself a repil
tatlou iiueiiuiilleil in I ho hUtoiy of external
appllrations. JiT"i'hotliianilk who now Mil
fee from lheimmtUm, iieuiuli:la, etc, would
Jlu' I linmeillate relief Iroin all pain hy usIiil'
HiIh certnlu lenieily. Ill" eitiully cllcctiul
in cut.-, burnt, scnfds btltt'ncct, of the neck,
Mini tin out, MvellliiKi1, liillamathiin,, imrl
lilti-f, paliiH in tho clue, or hack, hltenot hp.
lers or ktlin,'" of in.ccts.
Oliu rublilnL' will In ulj cakes (.'lie liiimrill.
:ito relief, and a few appllcatluu cumplctu
On account of Its powerful penetrating
properties' it U be) oud doubt the Mirest rem
edy for the most trouhlctomo di,euM' to
which liortes and eattlo aro Ilahle. II cures
(cratches, old and 'rush cuts or sores, chalet
produced by the collar or saddles, Injuries
caused by nulls or splints entering tho Mesh
or hoofs, bruises, sprains, su eeney, spavin
i iiirutii, aim nil uireasea wiiicu uesiroy Hie
JaTFull directions accompany each hot
tie. Tbe aho e are prepared only by
CKAWFOKD A; FOIIES,
141 Market Street, l'hlladelphl
And suld by storekeepers generally throne;
out the country. M!0 It d-e-w
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
CORNER U2l)-STnEET AND OHIO LEVEk
niilltt J. P.ttAMItl.K
flo. 101 Commkucial AvKNne,
French, Scotoh nnd American casimcrcs
of all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made tip 1 is tho
And at the lowest price. A line lit and Mrs
cl.t work guaranteed. Sallilactlon In e
JIVIN CROSS NritKKT,
OAltMI, - ILLINOIS.
Good stabling connected with the bouse,
and sample room for commercial travelers.
Free oinulhtis to and from all trains
2-5 Ciiid.. J. M. U All HON', I'roprietSr.
On Commercial avenue, between Twelltb
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND GOOD KOO.MS AND
THE VEItV IlEbT OK llKDS
A.-T THIS HOUSE:
Trauslent l'atrona'O Solicited.
Slits, Ellen McCarthy, l'ropr.
70 Ohio Lkvf.k,
I. V. MAT11U8S..
I. 0 .UIU
MATHUSS & UIIL,
Commi ssi on Merc hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Mftiiies l r.xir.
J. M. PIIILLII'S & CO.,
(Hucconori to K. 11. Utudrici 1 Co.)
Forwarding and Coininission
VS Llbcrst Adrftncrmems mad a2t'
J- upou ConslKiimenU. Es
Ar prApsrril to recir, store and tornsrJ
rrvlKhtt to all points and bujr and
sell on commimoD,
Slllulnsn, allrnded to (irnmptlv.
S. D. AVKHS. K. .1. AVKRS.
A VERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvee, Caiuo, Ili.h.
Jf. A. 'JUNNINOIIAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND IIKALKH IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIKO. ... ILLINOIS
JOHN R. P1ILLIS & SON,
(Hucceisors to John II. I'hllhi,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cok. TENTII-ST. am, OHIO LEVE
OAlHn. I U.K.
t'hartersxt March SI, liu,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11. SAFFOIID. President i
a. a. i a bun, v ice-i-reiiueni ,
U. HVaLOl', Socrctary and Tre
Our Homo Adyerisera.
SELLING OFF AT COST
P. M. tliiotii, Oiu.0llH,
P. II.HTMiritin, I'aci. H. H. mo,
R. It. ClNNINUIIill, II, I'. lUlLIMI,
J. M. Pnituri.
Ilepoallanl nssr Ansonsst ltsrf Iveallrosss
Trss Centa Upitarda.
TNTKKKflT paid nn dfwlla al the ralr ol mi
JL porofnt. per annum, March Island Hplm
trr 1st, Inlnrtsl not wlllidrawn Is Mlded iintne.
lilatly lolls principal nf ihr .lpult, Iharfhl
(t'fln; lhtn compound Intrrosl.
UAHIUstll WUUKN AND (JUILbRIN MAT
I) THAT 0 UKS BUI CAM DISW IT.
Open eTtrjr tmslnais day from .m. to S p.m.,
and Haturday nmK lor HA VINO I1KI'0'.
only, from ( In s o'clock,
su'KI W. IITHLOI'. TrKAiiimi.
TILE CITY NATIONAL
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Fonacrk HwaniJer, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of ber largu
and elegant stock of
X L L X IT El Ifc IT
linmedlatclv. In order to faclllltate the sale
ol her Roods, Mrs. .Incliion has determined
to oircr the
ENTIKK STOCK AT COST
And Invites tho ladles ol Cairo nnd vlr'aHy
lo call on her If they desire good bargains.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them lining hecn selected from
the late fall styles, hence tho ladles have n
rare opportunity to purchase new nnd lh
lon.ihlc millinery at cost price. The stock
cmiMti or hats Millions, flower", lionlcr
ladlci ii uderwear. etc., etc. ll-30tf
J3 ,V2X hZ.
UAIKO, I i. J. I Sf SI I n
W. P. IIaLLIDAT, l'rrldn ;
HKMIT L. HALLIDAY, Vlci-1'mldrni
A. II. SAPKORK, Chirr;
WALTKK IITdLOl', JhIiI.iii,.!
Htiati Tatlos. Rotikt II. CcanauiAa
HaaaT I.. II.LMhAV. w. I II. (,.,..
fllO. U. WlltlADM, Htishis la '
A. U. HArroab.
EarbancK, Cola and Ussltetl Htai
Mossda Uousjlit and (Sold.
EPOS1TS riwalrai, and a (.en.ral Uaklta
On KlKhthHIrnct, llwrn Uommarcla and Wash
' UKtnn Anun, la daily rr?lTla(
I NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATStflT 1TALL AN!) WINTKR STTLI8.
Hf.l'lil a lull lina of
BOHirETB &c HATS
ITrunmad and untrimmad,
flir-.NCU FLUWKIld. Kill HON, TKIIItllNOS
of all kind. I.uti, eta., alfl.
Sirs. Mcfiea haa alao a larjta aaiorlmant o
' Fancy Articles, such aa
NECK Tl.X CLLA. UNDRnKLEEVES,
100 000 B,I " 'h"'"ela usually found In a
FIKST-CLAS3 MILLINERY STORE
Mm. McOee, In addition to her nteck of
, t ancy and Millinery Goods, ha. a Untune and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made ladles' and Misses- Shoe and Cull
drrns' lloot, lilaek and in Colors. These
I are acknowledged to he the tlncst and best
i noe in mo market, and thl is the only
j ace In the city that make them a specialty
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DA.N'IKL llllltl,, Vr.,,Bt
KOIIKKT. !.. er.. Il.ol
C. W.UOOHEH, Caaiit.r.
CULLECTIONS I'llOMITLV MA UK.
XCIIANdR, rotn, tok notri and Unil; !
Maioa axurillra Itouatit ana aul I.
Ir)lrl AIIowmI onT'msn.p
l-c kn- f
9 4. ,
fsT. NICHOLAS j
HAIIKY "WALKER l'rop'r.
This house la newly fitted up with two
And two flna
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon I stocked with the htst
' and CIGARS
; IIXED IDIREISriKIS
are compounded In thy most approved styls
KSTCome ana see lor yourself.
HEAL. KMTATE AUKNC1 .
lil'.O. 1. I AY, I'roprleSor.
Wutch Kept day uiid ulglit for lioati mid
TElt.MS TWO DOLLARS FEU DAY.
Ohio Lcce, corner of Sixth tttect,
2-1 tf. CAIKO, ILLS,
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner l'libllc Siiuiire,
Thls house has recently been repaired and
lurnl-hnil newlv throughout. It Is conveni
ent to the business bouses and the court
house, ciooj Kaiuple rooms.
fi. SI. A L l E N,
Late of Thomas & Aldcn,
a N D
FLOUlt, MEAL, GKAIK, HAY, Ac.
No, 135 Ohio Lkvke, Cairo.
ISTCasb advances on Goods oh sight.
Kkiv.iikncks : City National Dank ol
Cairo, First National llatik of Chicago.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (bjcconi, floor) oiiio lkvkk,
Ruy and Ssll Real Kutatk,
KUKNISH AHSTKACTS OF T1TLK
And p,-Ara I'oniKytnnia nflCln lr!
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSB & BRO.
otioral Commission Merchants
183 OIIIO LKVKB,
John i. Ilarmun. chas. Thrupp.
JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xorlli Cor, Oils RI. nud olslol.evrc.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing mule a
specialty. Real Estate bought and wild.
t3TTaxes l'ald, etc.
GREEN & GILRERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
WIRKI) AN l LlltOUHS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE GROCERS,
A IHU, Il.l. INOIH.
Also, kean cao.lanlly on hand a most com
lilata stock of
SODTCB AKI, IKIsn WHISKIU
1 IN b.
l'orl, Maderia, Shorry and Catawba AY Ine
RdUVTH k CO. flTaxclualfaly for eaah.lo
. wined fact lltty Inslt lb atpiMlal atlan.
Hon al clo.a liaraiu Imyara.
F. M. ST 00 KF LET II,
acccisioa roats a sTociritt
Itsrslfjrrr assd Whiilswala llaalo lit
srirlKn aad ISoiafMtle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ouio Levke,
nf,,,',?,'nnJ",n', constantly a full Stocko
Old Kentucky ll.iurt.un, K and llonoul
a Wlilsklii, French llrandoa, ic.l .u
n an.l Csllrnrnls Wlnss
m II. (ireen,
nil Gilbert, V
sasJ-Bpaoia. att.ntion xTea to Admiralty and
earnbuat bulns. '
OfflOI OHIO LXV, ROOMS 7 AMC H OVKI
CITT NATIONAL IIAVK.
WUUDI WOOD I WUU1UI
Tbe undorsiirnad will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, u mot cheaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the (dates at the Postofflce and at Kos
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give tood measure and will cord the wood
up If desired.
UKlO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
MISS M. J. CARSON
Wishes to call attention to her stock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy Goods and ritaple Alii-
vim IWIItlHlflX u, funn ,11 kicui VUIICIY,
Ladles' Work-boxes ol Hue iiuullty, WtltliiL
Desks, Children's Dishes, Toy Wagons, lol)
lliiKKles, Hubby Horses, Flue Kilver-platcd
Ware on Nickel Silver, Fine Tahle-kulves,
Ktiapklu UlliKS, China Vase, aim a Rood I se
lection of cheap Jewelry. AIo nne
Call Hells, l'icture and Picture Frames, uud
many other articles too nuiiierous to men
Ion. All are Invited to call. No. 160 1 Com
mercial avenue, betweeu Math .and 'lenth
FOR 8ALB.1 Joraai.KOR SALK
i?OR SALE. J rorBal 1 FOR BALE
Fare from LtvxxrooL,
Fare from Lovdcmdhbt
Faro from Qlaioow,
Fare from Qumnitowk
TO CAIKO, :;: 148 3f
Baflord, Morris A C , gn