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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1873.
JjIINII. OI1EULY, Editor and Pub llshc
TE11M3 OF THK I)AUA i'UI.LETLV:
One week, by carrier. $ 25
One year by carrier, tn advance 10 00
Ono year by carrier 11 not pild In
adranco 12 00
yno month, by mall... 1 00
J'bree months. . ft 00
One year..... , 10 00
TUI! DOLLAR WEEKLY IWLLETIN
John II. Obcrty li.n reduced the subscrlp
on price of tho Wkkkly Caiuo Hullktin
Ono Dollar per nnnum, making It tho
cheapcitpsperpubllshod ln;Srtiithern Illinois
The question which Senator I'omeroy
has 1 1 mo to ro volvo In Ills own ml ml.
"Does bribery bribe?'
The "Washington correspondent of tho
Nation' notes "tho first perceptible symp
tom of an estrangement between tho
prosldcnt nnd tho Republican leaders."
The St. Louis 'Tlinoi' thinks) tho tunnel
under tho Mississippi river nt this plnco
will, when built, prove a bigser bore than
blessing. Tho wish of tho 'Times' is
father to tho thought probably.
The resolution lately Introduced into
tho Illinois legislature proposing n uni
form system of school books to bo used In
our public schools, is ono in which the
public have a direct interest. Tho too
frcquont changing of text books in our
schools is a sourco of dissatisfaction to
parents and guardians for several reasons,
reasons affecting both tho progress of tho
pupil And tho pockets of pnronts, A re
form in this direction, tiio choice cf n
good system of text books, with itn ns
surnnco that they nro to bo retained nnd
not cast aside at tho Instnnco of teachers or
school directors, is earnestly desired nnd
will bo warmly approved.
An investigation committco to disccuss,
if possible, whether Kansas contains
enough honesty, in tho person of ono man,
to warrant making u United Stale; sonn
tor of him, would bo in order. A AVash
Ington correspondent gives tho following
incidents in tho life of Ingalls, the now
senator from Kansas, who startid out on
his "career of usefulness nnd honor" with
such a flourish of trumpets nLy.it n week
"It seems that Ingalls, tho senator
elected over l'omeroy, belongs to tho tamo
clan of corruptionists, and ills doubtful
whether ho wil) got his seat in tho senate
It appcrs from the testimony taken by tho
judiciarv commltteo of tho house, in tho
caio of .'udgo Doluhny of Kansas, that In
calls, bribed or attempted to bribo a Unl- ,
ted States judge. IngulU himself swears .
that he offered tho tun-in-l&w of Judge'
Delahay uvo hundred dollars to open the
court ntaneurlior hour in tho morning than
usual, and make n decree in bankruptcy
in favor of n client. Thu court was opened
nnd tho decrco made as agree, and In
galls gave a draft on hi cliout in New
York to pay tho bribo. Tho draft was
protested and returned, and n suit was
threatened to on force its collection. Ho
claimed that tho draft was given for un
lawful purposes, and in this wny defeated
its collection. Under tho usngo which
provails between tho two houses of eon
gross tho judiciary committee of the housn
can transmit this testimony to tho scnato
for its information, or tho "sonata can call
for tho samo by resolution."
duty. in such a manner at to have secured
the cOhtMencd of ;tHd 'public Tho result
is, b Inagnlflcent'editlco ro far completed,
boflttlnu this iiroat commonwealths state-
house second to no 'ho In the union, which
it lii omluro'for agos.
WILL ST. LOl'lS All) THE!
CAIRO AND TENNESSEE
(From the l'arls (Tumi.) Intelligencer.
Quite an interesting nnd pleasant dis
cussion took plnco nt tlio railroad conven
tion held here on thu l'.Kh of December,
182, between Judge Huns of .Cairo, anil
Col. Sykcs of Memphis, In reference to
what St. Louis would do towards
assisting the Cairo nnd Tennessee
111 ver road. JuUgo llross said
that tlioso who expected nny assistance
from til. Louis, deceived themselves, that
she had given neither pecuniary assistance
nor moral support to tho Cairo ami til.
Louis road, which would do ns much bene
fit to til. Louis ns uny road of tho smiio
length going to that city. Ho said that
Cairo Itself had contributed largely to this
road,. nnd had nt Inst procured Chicago
capitalists to build it. til. Louis ought
to bo, and should bo thu
largest city on tho American
Continent, bulsho permitted tho live men
of Chicago, by their superior energy nnd
liberality, to lake trade away from them.
Although this Cairo nnd Tuiinesseu rail
road which would bo extended through
Middle Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia,
would bring her to much ndditional Undu,
yet ho belioved tho would do nothing to
aid in Its construction, Coh.Sykm in re
ply, said that whilst lie win willing to
givo Cairo nnd tho pooplo of Illi
nois all credit for wlint they had dono and
they richly deserve it, yet ho must say ho
thought St. LouU would lie much more
liberal towards this road, than his friend
Judgo Jlross did. Them nro somo pecu
liar reasons why St. Louis did not assist
the Cairo nnd fct. Louis road. At that
tlino, roads of a gaugo of threo feet had
not been sufficiently tested, nnd many In
telligent nice thought they would noi
answer the purpose, Since that timo it
Iihs been demonstrated that they nro su
perior, to roads of n broad gauge In tho
transportation of froight nnd passengers
nt low rules.
Oppotition to them is tho result of igno
rance and prejudice, or bocauto tho par
ties opposing thum, have their money in
vested in moro costly road. Ho would
givo St. Louis credit for being up to tho
limes, for being willing to assist any road,
whether of n narrow or broad gauge thut
would benefit that city. Anotherronson
perhaps why St. Louis did not ntd tho
Cairo and St. Louis road, Was because sho
already had ono road from Cairo to St.
LntiN, iho Illinois Central, nnd she perhaps
liko many other, thought one road
enough. Jlul tho question is now presen
ted in n different shape, 'litis Cairo nnd
Tennessee Itlver railroad will open to her
direct communication with Western Ken
tucky and Northwestern Tennessee, arid
when extended through Middle Tonnesseo
and Alabama to Snvnnali Georgia, will
form tho most direct lino of railway from
St. Louis'to tho South Atlantic, nnd will
in connection with n railroad from l'aris,
Tennessee, through Tuscaloosa nnd Solma
Alabama, to tho Gulf of Mexico, form
tho shortest nnd best lino from that gulf
to St. Louis. A glanco at thn map will
show tho groat advantages of these
routes runnini? ns they do, through tho
tlneit mineral and agricultural regions of1
tho south. Jn view of those facts, ho could
not and wo..hl not bellovo that St. Louis
would bo so blind to her interests ns riot
to nsllst liberally this enterprise which
was to pour wealth by millions into that
Hit benefactions have mndo hundreds of
worthy families rrjbico. Thoio who ought
to know him thoroughly regard him as
singularly unselfish, curing only for mon
ey as ho can us it, not to aggrandize him
self, but to accomplish somo good."
Un the opposito side or uiu transparen
cy n representation of tho "truest and
purest and most generous of our public
men ollering in IDs singularly uuselllili
way" $8,001) In greenbacks to Stalo Son
ntor York of Kansas, "not to aggrandize
himself, but to accomplish somu good,"
nnd make " hundreds of worthy families
rejoice." The dastardly conduct of York
In turning over tho whole sum to thu
speaker ot the Kansas legislature mid
thus obstructing and defeating n benefac
tion which might have mado liundrcds of
worthy families rejolco will bo only re
mutely roferred to in tho inscription.
'.Man's inhumanity to man'mnkos count
less thousands mourn."
Old Amc may or may not mako somo
remarks. Hn is a man of Intermittent
memory nnd spasmodio utterance. Ho
will ho accompanied by nil nrmy wngon
containing vouchors nnd memoranda.
Jim Nya would liko to accompany tho
procession, but being n man ot profane
discourse, and having threatened to lead
l'rof. l'nltorsoii over to tho patont ollleo
and deposit him as n "model of u damned
fool," ho hns bjen barred out.
Aside from tho gentleman named, no
wind instruments will bo allowed in tho
lino. Senator l'onierny, being an earnest
advocate of liquor prohibition. Insists that
no ono even in tho band shall take a horn
on tho occasion.
Tho ling on tho cnpltnl would bo placed
nt half-Hall on tho occasion of tho depnrt
uro of so much virtuo nti:l frugality, woro
it not that, with Cnldwoll, Clayton, Cam
eron, and Chandler already In thu Senate,
and l'attorson of South Carolina, Jones
of Nevada, nnd Allison of lowu, coming
in, tho out-going saints will not bj missed
Our llomo Advertisers.
DRY it O O l S.
FIRE AND MARINE
;;iao,u;A it. y.,
OttRM AK1 A, .V. Y.,
A.srt - l.OWHl 76
HAKOVEU, Jf. Y.,
ltKl'UllMC, N. Y.,
..720 SO! Ml
ComiirlHlui; the Underwriters' A(,cney,
YOXKKHg, If. Y.,
Aptets 878 1M bl
AmpI. Ul.l-O S
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JKAKH, TXTUA,
LARUE STOCK OF (JARKWINO
111m Kiitlro Htoeli
VKKY LOW FIGURES.
conNsrt 8tii bt. and commercial-ay.,
Our Homo Advertisers..
COMMltHMtON AND FOIIWAK IMXCi.
FORWARDING ani COMMISSION
;mn crush sriii:jr,
OAE.MI, - ILLINOIS.
flood stabling eonnecteil with the lioue,
and sample room lor commercial ti4.ielor.
Tree omnlhu to and from all train'.
2-5 Cmd. J. SI. DAMEON, Proprietor.
JTIKKMKS'H FUND, P. J,
BBCUIUTV, If. Y. MAUIKK,
TllinU IIIKSNlALllKl'OltT OVTIIK
STATH-HOUSR COM MIS
Tho stale-houso body of commissioners
h&vo completed and luid before tho gov
ernor and both houses of tho general as
sembly, their third bionniul report, u con
densed statoment of which wo republish
from tho Missouri T.cpublican :'
Tho original act providing for iho cr .
tion of a new slatc-bouso, passed Feb u
nry 1807, appropriated $150,000, S20'J,-
UUU or wnieu wero 1110 proceeas 01 1110 sale
A SEAT LLUTLK IMtOOESSIO-N.
t'rom New York Pun.
On tlio -1th of March coming, tho fol
lowing talented und high-toned process
ion will proceed down tho Capital stop nt
Washington, and after appropriate music
by tho .Marino Hand, bo dispersed to va
rious parts of ttiu country :
Thu Hon. Schuyler Colfax, of South
Ilend, 1 nd.
The Hon. James AY. l'attcrsoii, of Hart
mouth College, K. 11.
Tlio Hon. James Harlan, of thu "Wash
ington Chronicle, newspaper.
Tho Hon. Samuel O. I'omery, of Atchi
Tho procession will halt. nt tho foot of
tho avenuo and bo addressed by Mr. Col.
lax, with '.ho lollotvlng remarks, ac
companied by n smile :
".Neither Oukts Ames nor nny other
person over gavo or offered to givo mu
ono share, or twenty shares, or two thou
sand shares, in the Credit Mobllicr or nny
other railroad stock ; and unfortunately I
have nuvor eou or recuived tho value of
a farthing out of tho two hundred ami
seventy per cent, dividends, nor tho eiijht
hundred por cent, dividends in cash, stock,
and bonds you havo road about uvory day
for thu pact month, nor ono hundred per
cent., nor one per cent., nor tho tenth of
ono per cent.''
Mr. Colfax will thon repeat tho follow-
ing challenge, uttered ami puHlshcd in
world, nt houtu
Htore, Dwelling', Furniture, Hull nd C
Ke, injure1! at rule fv'rhblo in found, )
imni'Di Bocnrlly will wrntnt.
I reiiH!tfiilljr Rk of tlio et IIicbh ol Oil r
elmteof tlitir iiAtronitKe.
c. sf. iiioiu;
'.V. II. Morrn,
No. I'uh. tail ('. H. ('un
FlltlJ, HULL, CAlt(K), LIVK STOCK
I 3T S Xl" I?, JV iT G 2H.
A"i't- f.'., 510,, Vil
MIIIT1I AMKItICA, 1"A
Astot f'J,733,'OJ CO
Act :2,.',11,21'J 72
.wn ;i ,71,1 is n
lNTEUNATIONAIi, !'. Y.,
Amiot.1 l,V'l,8t 1
of the present
firntiml Wh broken. after dolnv oeciisluned
by legal proceeding intonded to defeat 'hu teulh uf lllu, wl'ol
n.. ,r..,.ti..n. nn th.. llt!i of iliireh. lscs. ! Heml. ill September last
nnd tho llrst stono laid Juno 11 thereafter. I "I l"vu said that 1 would liko In buy
The foundation, a niusivo strtleture, was twenty kharen nt par, if iitlninable, in the
completed September, lBli'J, costing with Studeliakor agon company or tho llird
oworago51Gt,C80 07. I sell'Clovor Sparator company here; nnd
The second appropriation was mado bv ' 1 chnllengy either ono ol the two lust
act of March 11, lbtiO, and nmounted to I compaiile. to givo mo such mi opportunity
.1.1. .1... .. .. I I .1 IIIV .,1 lli.H.,,1 I t .! I'
&Uiu,uuu, in iiik act iuu cineino ior
btiildini', etc., was limited to i.uuU.OOU In
addition to tho amount! already expended.
Tho commUiloncr were directed to pro- 1
euro slonu nnd Inbur from the ktule pent
lonliary, commissioners construing thu
net to mean that Joliet stouu should bo
used and convict labor employed.
Tho basement story wns completed in
dune, 1871, Including iron beams on tho
floor above, costing t38tf,lS7 '0.
The third appropriation, nnd ns yet tho
last, was made June 14, 1871, and amounts
to SOOO.OuO, making nn aggregate of Sl,
700,000, All tho brick and hard wood
lumber needed nro puld fur and on tho
ground.' Three-fifths of tho walUnnieom
pitted and ready fur thu roof. All tho
Ktone required for tho outer walls, except
ing thu porticos, is cut, paid for and ready
for shipment. Total amuunt expended is
51,607,450 81. Commissioners report that
the building is entire, with grnded ground's,
inclosed with stone und iron fence, will
not cost more tbau thu limit, 3.600,000.
Tho state.house may bo ready for occu
pancnbout two years hence, being four
years from beginning. An appropriation
of one million dollars Is asked for 187!!-l
from tho general assembly. This Is al
ready somewhat anticipated b tho action
of the legislature, bills having been intro-
now or hereafter.
Ilu will be followed by Professor l'at
terton, who by speclul request will repent
for positively tho lust time his touching
furowell to public life in the fallowing
beautiful language :
"Uf this outrugo dono to the fair fame of
men who havo lived without reproach fnr
half u century, by driving thum into thu
gi..vi uf thu public with u kcourgo of
epithet which should bo laid upon tho
lowest criminal witli caution; of thu tor
ture inflicted upon men sensitivu of their
good tiMiius by subjecting them to legla
Uvo inquisition without stillleient reason,
I may take occasion to spciiK clsewheru ;
but hero 1 clou, simply lemurkihg, il
such things nro to continue, nil decent
men will leave public life, ns I do, with
pleasure und net with regret.-'
Tho Itev, Mr. Harlan, before pronounc
ing tho benediction, will hold nji to pub
lic scorn and reprobation two cheeks of
Dr. Duratit for 0,OOO each, with the fol
lowing pertinent dhcourfo :
"The oxpcmlituru uf money nt elections
is a growing ovll. The apology for doing
it on onu sido is that it is donu on the
other, and the peril jjrows out ot thu fel
I that It Is often handled by utit-criipulous
ugents, who mnko u uio of It not conteni-
plated ly those who furnish it. A public
On CoinmcrcI.il avenue, between Tweltth
mid Thirteenth ureet.-.
GL'ISTsj WILL KIND GOODP.OOMS AND
Tin: vi:iiy jikst ok iii:is
A T THIS HOUSE:
Tran!ent Patronage Solicited.
Jilts. Ki.i.r.NMcCAiniiY, l'ropr.
;r.O. V. I'AY. l'roprleli.r.
Watch kept day and night for bnali and
Ti:.MS TWO DOI.I.AKS VVM DA V.
Ohio I.cvee, comer of Sixth tlrcet,
2-1 tf. CAT ItO, ILLS.
A-l ;iM,!7 43
AMKH1CAN CKKTIUIj, MO
Arftn SJJCiO.CiuO I
COM.NKCT1CLT MUTUAL. LIFE.
AhMsU 130,000,0(1(1 CO
TliAVKLlUW, II.MtTKOr.l). LIKE AMj
AkoI S'.,50O one e
IIAII.A'AY WhSKKGEIM A-feUltANCK
Yakuts f'V-H' 0"
AtMi , 0'JU,K2 00
SA I-TOllI), M01iTtlS,c (JAN I) EE,
71 (Mild l.evie,
KECAI'ITl'LATJOS Ol EXrENDITUItKii.
Fixing tho fiscal year terminating on
30th November in cacll year, Iho several
sums expended are thus aggregated :
9 H.WiS 72
duced in each branch which uro now pend-1 sentiment that will make it perilous to a
vmmiiiniu ii iniow mq oxpiilllllurn ot
money to hdlueiico elections without re
stricting Its uses within clearly prescribed
limits Is ono that needs strengthening by
nil tho nrgumcnts our host men und purest
journals cuu adduce." '
Thu Hon. Samuel 0. Vomcrov, known
to tho general public us 'Tho'chrinthin
statesman" nnd to the lobby as "Subsidy
lom" will follow Ihothor llarlun, beurlii"
on his manly shoulder n transpareney
having 0110 sldo inscribed with tho follow
ing certificate of character, eulogy, nnd
obituary, from tho pen of tljajciuiiuuiit taint
who precedes him :
"Wo uro utterly at a loss to necoimt for
such a ropreontilon of Mr. J'oinerry
Those who know him intimately aid
well, bellovo him to be ono of tho tr.itit
and purest of our public men, us they
know him to bo ono of tho most) generous,
Total fiLWJfiUl til
It li gratifying to feel assured in Iheso
times of ofllcial corruption that iho'ncw
state-house board Is filled by men of rare
probity, and that not a dollar of tho pco.
plo' money has been misappropriated.
Kch momber has practical business
character, nnd nil have discharged their
TEUTON I A LIE E INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cc.v r'i..On-i(;K, 172 "WAStiiKaxoH St.
ThN German l.Ile ln;iraneo Company
gllurallteen nut only raid-lip l'ollelen Im't
ulo a 'alue lu t'asfi on tlio Nun-furl'elturc
IOHN A'. HIICK, - - - President
U. KNOIlKUSOOliK, - . - Hecretary
JOHN W. Pl!IIi:.SS,
Agent lor. Cairo und Uolnlty.
Sl'.CTIO.V NO. 17.
Asnrlatinii for promoting Life lniirtim'o
and .Sick llellef by weekly dien and mutual
eo-operatloii In uhjcetd ol public henellt.
The l.Po ItiMirnnco l'oliele will bo l-siiod
by the Teutouhi l.Ile linuram o Company,
JOHN Y.'.PltCl'.SS, Ao'T.
CVIJt fiiri'ilroMiiil vtrlnttr.
Oillco of Cairo Cltv I'crrvCo., )
C.uito, i'eli, I, lb":i. J
Notice l-i hereby gnen to the KlookhoUlers
of the uhou miineil company, that an as
evsnient of nilieleeii (111) per rent, or 11 &)
peiharo upon the capital oek of said coin
panv, huh this day been made by the board
of illrcctoni, and 'that tho Moekholdor are
required to pay the came nt the olllee of thu
li'e.iurer,iiB follow, viz I $.'1011 each haie 011
MuMi 1, next, and $1 f0 011 ein'h hliuro on
April 1, next, In accordance with the char,
(er iiml Ij'v-l.iwxol thiieomiiauy.
i:-i-llit. Tito. W. IIai.i.ihay, See'y.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Norlheakt Corner Public Square.
This house hns recently been repaired and
ItirnUlied newlv throiislioilt. It Is conveni
ent to the husmcxi hull-en and thu court
hoii'P. Good samplo rooms.
J. C. II U ELS,
Late of St. I.oiiIj.
IJOOK HINDER AND BLANK liOOK
Corner Twellth btrcct and Commercial Ave
1ILANK" HOOKS of every de-crliitioiiilono
with ueatnes and dipateh, All kinds of
ruling done at hort nollee. Itibles, Mii-ie,
Magalnes and Periodicals bound neat ami
lit tholowet ioMblo rate".
County work, nieh nn llecoriN, Docket,
Pen Hook, llhink', etc., made u ipeciallty
Itoxe", Poekut Hooks, l.'ncloic-, etc,,
inuilu to onler ll-'l tf.
WAG . MANUFACTORY.
u'1 " TtfH ' ' V3 if "TTB'vt ' J.,
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail
COItNI'.P. :J2D.6TUKr.T AND OHIO l.r.VKk
lOYlll! .1. l.OA3t!tl,I0
No. 101 COMMKItCIAI. AYKNUK,
Kreneh, Scoteh and Anicrlenn easslnieres
of all coIoit, ami beaver and broadcloths
CONSTANTLY ON HANI),
And made up Injhc
And at Iho lowest price. A lino fit and firs
(hns work guaranteed, Sutblaetlo 11 In e
0 sptct win 1 mitt d.
n II It ) II A S TH.
DEALERS IN EJ OUK;
And Axontn of
HIIO IttVEIl AND KANAWHA
3 A.X1T COMPA1TIE9.
70 Ohio Levkk,
71. I), MAT1IUS3..
K. O .VIII
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
Commissi on M k n c iiants
I AY AND 'WESTERN I'RODUUE
r.iniiio 1 n r.
.1. ill, I'llLLLIl'S k CO.,
(Huoc-sorj to E. II. JIf n lrifliCK i Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
(Tllxral A.lrnnoemoiiin miul
Ate priMinrH to reenifn, tori nnd lormrd
frf M lit c Id nit polntn nn'I Imy hfiJ
nil on cnramUmon,
X3ri)iiftn ailcnde.l to prnmitlr'.
S. I). Aykhm. i;. .1. Avr.it
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT?
No. 78 Ohio Levkk, Caiiio, Ii.i.h.
Onr Home Advertisers.
I'linrlrrstil Mnrcli HI, Ifcfltf.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIUO
A. II. KAVKOltD, President!
H. B. TAVI.OU, Vlce-Prosldcnt;
II. llYai.OP, hceretary and Treasurer
P. M. IlABCtAJ, CllSS. riAUDIIKB,
K. II. HTocimr.tn, pici, (I. Hcneii,
It. II. CeXMINUIIAU, II. l, IIiLLiiur,
j. a. l'niLiirs.
Our Homo Advertisers.
SELLING OFF AT COST
leitillHnl nny Atiinistil ttrrrlvrtlli-ottt I
TOII t'CHlH UiimiimI. I
TNTKItliST pnid on ifopeslln nt the rsle r.l six
JL I'orcent, per annum, Miirch lutond Hniiletn- t
tr 1st. lulerost nut wltlnlrnwn I. .l,i,l imu.. .
illntcly totr .rmclul uf tlie iIoimuII., thereby
K'Tlni! trntn coin ii m, lutrrn.t.
makiuku women and ohimikicn max
I TIIIT HI) ll IUI HIS lltlW IT,
Open cterr LulncH ilnr from u .m. in .1 n.m..
and HiturlA froniDK lor HAVINO DKI'Odl'it ;
onlj, from to S oVlock.
umi w. IITHLOI'. Triirrr.
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Kormcrly.Swaiidcr, lute ndliie; to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her largo
and clcKunt stock ol
Immediately. In order to faclllltalo the salu
or lierxoods, .Mrs. Jackson has determined
to oiler the
KN Tilth. HTOCK AT COST
And InvllcH tho ladles of Cairo and vl'n:ty
to call on her If they desire good bargains,
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
Tho most of them having licen selected from
the late fall styles, hence tho Utiles havo a
rare opportunity to purchase new and lush
humble millinery at eot price. The Hoc
eon-Ms of hats ribbons, llowcre, boler
ladles 11 ndorwear. etc., etc. 1 l-IMtf
TILK CITY NATIONAL
CAl'ITAL, r . 8100,000
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
ANII JII'.AI.EH IN
ttJlT, OATS, COBll
AND MILL FEED.
OA'lP.0. - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN It. PHLLIS k SON,
(Successors to John II. I'liillis,)
KOP.WAltDINO 31 KltOH ANT3
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, 1'ran, &cM
Con. TENTIl-ST. am, OHIO LKVL
OA I ItO, I M.S.
Vi. M. A LI) E X,
I.atu of Thomas & Alden,
Vl.OUIt, -MI'.AL, OKA IN, HA V, :
No, K Ohio l.r.vni:, Caiiio.
13'Cai-h advances on Oooifs 011 i-lglil.
lti:rr.!tr.xci:s : City Natloual Hank ol
Cairo, lm national liauk ol unlearn.
MILLER A; PARKER,
VOHWAROIN O M KUCHA NTS,
DEALERS JN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS ton FAIHUANK'S SOALIJS
Ohio I.eveo, CAIUO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSK & RRO.
oncrul Coiiimibhioii Moreliuutd
133 OHIO LEVKK,
W. I'. IlALLIHAV, Ire,,Un j
Jli:.NHr L. IIAI.LIDAV, Vice"l're.J,Bt
A. 11. HAFFOlth, CiKhlcr;
WALTKK II YdLOP, Arlst 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1
HriiT. Tailor, It.11.rsr It. Crssniviuti,
lltNKf L. H iLLir.T, W. 1'. Halliuat,
III.). 1). WllLIAMwin, hltpilis lllu.
A. II. Hiriom..
:rlintiK. I'olii nuil l.'sillnl rtlnlri
llontlH IIomkIiI nuil rinlil,
I'.I'OHIIN rwntr.t, n. tn-rl IsnWItj
On Kli;htti8trt'0t,liilv;i(inCommcr:llnd Wash
union Atrium, Is lal!r ri-ltln;
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST VALL ASH WINTKH BTYLK!".
iu-mum lull lino or
2303riT231'S &c HATS
Trirnm(l nn i untriminrt,
KhrCH KLWKKU, ltlltIIO.N.1, TltlMMISCll
of nil kinds , Luces, otc etc.
Mrs, Mf(lc tits al 1 Urgo iwsortniont o
fMicjr Articles, such M
XKCK Tl.W. CLLAri. UNUKKflLEEVEH.
Ant nil oihor srticlen ti.nljr (ouml In a
1'IUST-OLAS.S MILLINKUY STOHi:
Mrs. McOee, In addition to her rttock of
Fancy and Millinery (Jood. has a linaonc and
romplcto as-ortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladles' and Mlst-cs' Mioch nnd I hll
dreiis' Hoots, lll.ick and in Colors. Thesu
are aeknowleileil to be thu llnot and bet
hoes in the market, and this Is the only
aee In the city that makes them 11 speelalty
FIRST NATIONAL RANK, w.
v A lite.
tMNir.i. mm:, Wfsidati
HOllKllT. til.., St, .'K-i'iMilm
O.N. HUriHFW. Cn'nUt.
CUI.LKCTIONH l'UOMlTLY MADE.
rJIXCIIANilK, coin, lisnW notn ond UnlU-O
J ittali-K iivurlll UiucM nnii oi.
SttlrrfiS 4llnml .n 'l''ifSl
- 2 3
5 - 2
J f W 72
1-3 0 2 E
J ; a i
W ( "3 "S
f f Cj S i-t
X S o
J f-.-Sf- f-.--.1-1 iS-k-Li-ijnriLSiwl
HAitUY WALKER l'rop'r.
Tliis hou'e U newly fated up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES'
The saloon Is stockod with the bet
are compounded In tho most approvod style
"C3rComeaiiilt.ee foryourielf. JZ
iu:ai, kntati: .(ii;m:i ,
0. VINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
"4 (hKCO.Nr, FLOOH) OHIO LKVKK,
Huv and Ssll Real Estate,
FURNISH AHSTRAOTS OF TITLH
Ao'l pne'-ArM ConToynnoerf ofKlndy!
John , llarman.
.IOIIXQ. IIARMAN it CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Nortti t'or.dtil fil. iisnl Ohio Let. er.
Abstracts of Tltlo, Conveyancing 1111 do a
Hpeelalty. Heal Ettato bought and told.
CirTaxcii raid, etc.
GREEN & GIJUERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, Green, 1
B-Si,e?m. atttntion rItdq to AdmirMtr id.I
enmbiint hiiAineuH, '
ovviok oiuo i.kvr,hoom8 7 and 8 ovr.n
CITY NATIOKAI. 1IAVK.
WUOIJ 1 WOOD I I WUOU 1 1
The iinilersicnwl will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An tliciip.u not Clirnpur
had any wood dealer in Cairo, heave ordrr
on the flatdss at the I'ostolllcu and at Uoi
coal yard, on Commercial avnnnc, between
Tenth and twellth utreetH, Cairo. Illinois. I
K'tvo imod mcaturo and will cord tho wood
up if desired.
aut.'10-tf DENNIS HALEY.
WI.MtN A.Mli I.KiOtlUU.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OA I It (I, ILLINOIS.
Also, knp coatinly on l.sod most corn
l.lct.i ntock of
HOOTCH AX1) IKIHI1 WllleKIIM
l'ort, bailor it, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
I .iltVTn A CO. feilTxclii-lffly for cs-h.to
IX. which fivit titer Innta the nspeUl altHU.
tion h eloan huriTHin hiiyrs.
E . M. STOCKELETH,
i'crisoa o roui. (ToexrirTii
I'.ecllfjor mid Yt'liolcanln ImiI In
Vurclifii nml ISoinrillc
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Ohio Lf.vek,
Hi: keeps on hMirt conitsntlj fall stock o
OM Keutuckr lloiirbou, Ktu mil Monouli
lela WhlsliloH, fronelt llrimlinj, ,I . i.
Ii snl (Mllnrnl. Wlnna
MISS M. J. CARSON
WWiei to call attention to her Hock of Toys,
Notions and Fancy (ioods nnd Staple A i'l I
ties ciiii-lsiiiij; ot Dolls in frreat variety,
l.aillen' Work-ljoxcH ol thin ipiality, "NV ritl nir
Dusks, Children' Dbhes, Toy Wagons, Doll
HiiKUles, Hohby Ilnri-es, Kino Hllver-plated
Ware oti Nickel Silver, Fine Tublo-Milvcs,
Knapkln 1 E lnjrt, China Vases, ana a good se
lection of Cheap .leweliy.' Abo line
Cull Hells., Pictures nnd 1'lctnre Framed, and
many other articles too numerous to men
Ion, Ali are invited to call. No. Kid Com
mercial avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
FOR SALE, "t For BU t KOH SALE
COll SALE. J KorHtJelrOB BALK
Fare from Livkrpooi,
Faro from LonucNDieitBT
Faro from OLAsaow,
Faro from Qukknbtowk
TO CAIRO, ; i t : : t : 4 820
Haflord, Morris a C