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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1873.
JjllS H.OHKIlt.Y, K l.llor and Pub llsho
TEIIMS OK TUB i)AW. "ULLETIN:
One week, uy carrier 0
One year by cirrtcr, In advauco 10 00
Ono year by currier II not ptld In
advance, 12 00
Dne month, by mall , 1 00
three monthi, 3 00
Six months & 23
One yea'' 10 00
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Obcrly has reduced the eubscrlp-
on price of the Wkkkly Cairo Uuu.f.tin
One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest pip)r published In Southern Illinois
to bo by htm seloctod, living In tho sovcrnl
civil district in laid county, throuuli
widen tho roadninv run lo solicit tho rlc' t
of way, and procure the tame, and alio
mat he namo audi oilier luuanio parsons
at ho may think beil to solicit stocK to
Resolved. That tho thanks of thlt meet
ing bo tendered tuOol. II. A. Neal, forthu
very ablu nJdrcts delivered by nun in no
half of tho road,
Resolved, That tho proceedings of the
mcctlhc bo publlslion in tue raris intelli
gencer,' Mayllold 'Democrat,' Cairo IIul
I.ETI.V, and Paducah 'Tobacco l'lant.'
Un motion ot J. u. vciuswio meeting
SAktUKL 11. .IKNKI.NO, unnirmnn.
O. W. Kkk.vkh, Secretary.
PoSTMASTRR OeSKUAL CllKsWF.LL bc-
lievos thero will bo uicd ono hundred mi!
Hon postal cardi tho fl rat year.
Tub appoiutmotits of Messrs. McCrca,
Stilsvoll and llobinson for tho now board
of railway and warchouso commissioners,
do not grow In favor with tho lnpio of
days. Opposition to them is loud among
the supporters of Gov. Bcverldge, nnd tho
dissatisfaction Is not confined to tho farm
Ing fraternity nnd tho disappointed candi
dates and their friends. Tho discontent
Is general, and Gov. Bovorldgo finds hlnv
solfin an unpleasant position. lie Ima
pleased neither his own party nor tho
opposition, hut has displenicd n Inrgo
class who had expected their wishes to bo
regarded. McCrca is a warchouso man,
Kobiiiion is a lawyer and Slllwell is a
broker and grain dealer, and tho three
form a trio from whom tho people of the
state 'expect small relief from tho railroad
grievances they complain of.
THE AEIUAL TELEGRAPH.
Tho Loomis Aerial Telegraph company
authorized by congress, Is not yet oven an
experiment, but it is a subject full of in
terest both to scientists and tho public at
large. Tho primary object of tho schemo
is to establish a now system of tolcgmpliyi
one which dispenses with poles, wires,
uaucries nnu cups and which calls into
use, as a conductor, n great natural
power which lias long been wailing to
bo subjected to tho will and use ol man
This power is tho electricity of tho upper
atmosphere, which tho projector of tho
aerial telegraph claims may be so operated
upon r.i lo form a natural circuit between
any two given points without tho aid of
battery or wiro. The first practical ap
plication of tho discovery of Dr. Loomis
will bo tho establishment of un aerial tolo
graph between our Pacific coast nnd China
wnoso eucccssiui working opens up
anotbor field for experimental science,
The availability of electricity ns a motive
power has long been known, but tho cos
of producing it by artlUcial mcans"bas
prorentcd its practical application to tho
usos of machinery, etc. Ilut thero ure not
instance wanting In which it is proved
that electricity generated by artificial
means performs certain kinds of labor
much cheaper and moro satisfactorily
than can bo dono by mun.
Tho streets of Providence, llbodo
Island, aro now lighted by electricity U
an annual saving of twenty thousand dol
lars from tho old methoj, Tho burners
are now opened by means of atmospheric
pressure, and the gas Is lighted by elec
tricity conveyed by wires reaching every
lamp post. All tho lamps within n cir
cuit of a mile can bo lighted in flfwcn
minutes. Tho object of tho noriul tele
graph is tho devolopcmontof tho prlncl-
pies or natural electricity and its subversion
to the uses of telegraphy, machinery and
the generation of heat nnd light, and with
the revelations and achievements of
ieieneo in tboso lator yours of tho wjrld,
beforo ones eyes, who will doubt that these
results will be attained ?
rlda from Chicago, forty mites, to sharo
tho hospitalities, and social festivities of
tho Warrens of War.'cnvlllo, In our early
TWO CHILDREN IN IOWA CON
VICTED OK KILLING THEIR
A STRANGE STORY.
John C.Premoiil is lobe ''investigated."
Why. is related na follows In tho N'jW
Wo have been pained at rumors circu
lated during the past three or lour years
accusing Gun. Juuu 0. i' rwuiutit of dls
uoncsly In tho sale in Franco of tlx or
eight millions ul bonds, Issued 111 behalf ol
lliu Muuiplu and El Pnio, or, us it win
moru cuiiiinuiily culled, I'ruiis-Ujiilliiciitiil
railway, sunt have been Instituted In
thu French courts, which will bring thu
mallur to u test ot judicial investigation.
These truliiuctions occurred nlnu or lull
years ago, wliun the govurniuenl of Louis
jNupoluutl Was slIU III possession ol Uus-
optiu power. X hero were circumstances ol
a must rcniurkauiu nature coiinectcu
with tho a Hair. The muuugers of the
undertaking, whoever thuy were, gained
by some means a surprising hold upon tho
French ministry, 'lhey sccurod for their
bonds ndmitsloii to tho Paris bourse, n
iirivlloi'o which cannot bo accordud in
Franco to uny foreign ruilwiy Koeurllies
without express nulliorlly Iroin thu gov
ernment. These bonds were put upon
the market nnd under the sanction of thu
otlieial guarantee they were advertised in
tho juUrnals nnd a special weekly news
paper culleu the J ruin-Lur,tinenial, win
cstaullsittu lo coniuiuuii them to luvur.
It wus even represented in tills paper
that the United Mules government hud
guaranteed the payment of these bonds.
Another suspicious inciueni wit tue
presentation to the bourse in 1'uris ot u
certilicato signed, settled i.nd itppurenily
ccrlltled to with every necessary legal
torinallty, slating that tho Trans-continental
bonds were regulurly dealt in, and
sold in tho Now York mock exchange
this being tho contrary of tho truth nnd
all tho signatures, seal and everything be
ing forgeries. Gen. Cluserot, lit that tiino
a French citizen, published attacks upon
the scheme, una ho was ut uncu
summoned beforo ttm minister of
tho interior, uud by way ot
punishment ordered to quit Franco with
in -l hours, iiio Uutirrier j-.tais unm, a
Journal long established and of high re
spectability, llKowliu veiiiurett to crmciio
llio project, and lliu result wus that it Wut
immediately uxcludud from Franco and
deprived of tho- important benellt of cir
culating in tho French West India colon
ies. It cannot bu suppoied tliat all tide
was accomplished without payment of
bribes to an administration so corrupt ne
that of the second empire. What thu
bribes were has noVtr been precisely as
certained, but it is notorious that
thu Trans-Contiuentkl bought n large
quantity of iron und a supply of locomo
tives from Mr. Schroeder, tho groat manu
facturer of Crcur.ut, who was then presi
dent of tho French legislative body, pay
ing bim enormously. Thu nominal value
of tho bonds sold lo tho French amounted
wo think to betwecu seven and eight mil
lions of dollars, netting perhaps live mil
lions. How much ot this money wus
spent in France Is not known, but what is
certain is that not u milo of the proposed
railway was ever constructed,
and that when tho concern went
into bankruptcy in this country tho re
ceiver found no available assets except a
quantity of iron and French locomotives
rusted nnu comparatively wortnieij,storeu
ut Now Orleans. These are tho gunerul
outlines of ono ol the most remurkublu In
II the list of fraudulent und unlortunnto
railroad enterprises. Wo presume that
lliu approaching trial In Paris will develop
11 tue tacts in tuts strungu una roiiiunuu
Our Homo Advertisers.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3sr s tj iR .a Tsr a e
CAIRO AND TENNESSEE
PROCEEDINGS OF THE MALLARD
Pursuant to a call of'the local committee
for tho county of Rallard, in tho interest
of the Cairo and Tenneffo River railroad,
he peoplo of Rallard county met in the
c ourt-hou.o at Illundvlllo on Mondav, tho
27lh day of January, In order to take into
consideration tho Interests of said county
n referenco to said road.
On motion of J, D. Welds, Eq, Hon
oamuoi ii. jenKlns was called to, tho
chatr, and G. W. Reeves appointed sccrc
The chairman explained tho object of
tuo meeting, ana then Introduced Col
R. A. Neal ol Graves countv. who i.d
dressed the people In a very nolo nrgu
tnent In behalf of the road. Col. Nealo
was listened to with marked attention
and many who had been opposed to tho
roau uecaroo the warm friends of tho pro
Cc). Neal having concludod, A.J. War
uen ouerea tue jonowiug resolutions, to-
ltes'olvcd, That the narrow-gauco road
from Job'jionville, on tho Tennetseee
river, via rans, jiuvueicl, Bnd Jllandvillc,
to iuiro, Illinois, now in con
ternpiaiK.n, wan its extensions
to St. Louis, from Cairo, and
JohiisonWIle, is of the Urst importance to
iuu iuvjio ui umuru countv; that with
tho road now beinc built, from .I.eUsm.
Tennessee, an intension of the Mlislnlnpi
vallum m vhmv, I'nrsiog iiiroogn th
south part of the county, and the nrnimbi
extension of the rpad from Elizubethlown
to raaucan tiirougn the north part of th
county, to Uairo, this central road Is
necessity ia order to the integrity, and
permanent well-beine of the countv.
Rosolvfd, That the chairman of this
meeting do now appoint certain persons
A UOOD OLD AGE.
(From the Chicago Tribune.)
Thirty-iuno ycura ago the covered wug
on ot Uauiel Wurren louiiu u ruatin
iluce among the spume lratno cabins una
huuties which cuiistmueil Uhlcugo. lis
ruvul-worn oecuimnts weruuluu wnuu thu
ourney wus resumed, und tuuy exchanged
the s.-uiies ol u nut, siruggling garrison
villugu for tho btsuuiiiul roiling prainu ot
what IS now Uul'agu (Juiilllv. Oompillu
the iournoy then and now, Iruin the heuri
uf Now Yuri, tlulu fj Illinois. Tlio palace-car
inula s it u pleusure trip of us many
hours us it .erjulrcd m iluys. The bloul
vehicle lliul carried thu witu and daugh
ter of Daniel Wurren in "UH tamo slowly
throueh a wilderness, tho aborigines stlli
iu possei'sior, und only hero und lliero
pluiited en roulu the germs uf lelllemeiit
that havo given pojiulation und powur lo
llio states ot Indiana and unto.
The homestead ut Nuperville, DuPuge
county, hus been since Uiut tune it social
lunc-uiitrK a homo with h;i tuo lou nu-
uncts that make nomo influence felt. In
contrast with tho transient and shifting
tealures ot too many western firesides, the
hearth ut Daniel urreu once Kindled
never raw its tires gi, out, but for more
than a generation il hus been tho loved
und cherished centre of the best phases of
homo life. A low years ago Daniel Wnr
reii went to his rest, his usefulness und
activity prolonged to seo tho households
of his suit and seven daughters gather
again und again In tho old homestead.
Col. J. M. Wurron, tho son, still resides ut
tho Warren place, one of tho best und
und most hoipilublo homes in DuPugo
Tho uangnters are inuies wiuciy hnown
and esteemed in this city und section of
the (tale Mr. S. K. Cobb, .Mri, Jerome
Ueccher, Mrs. Dodson, Mrs. Warren, Mrs.
N, II. Curtis, Mrs, Fowler, and Mrs. Abel
Carpenter. What clmnges have tuken
place since tho Warren fumily set out
from Wostfleld. N. Y., for their new homo
in Illinois I W hat human forecnit could
have told tho transformation they would
live to see In the stuto where they mudu
their rciting-pluce, and In the struggling
prarle vlllago the Chicago of "that day V
Tho annuls of this liouiohold contain the
whole story of the development uf the
West, from the day of tho roving Indian
to the era of the new, robulll Chlciigu,
It Is moro thun an ordinary event of lis
class, when from such experiences, and
blessed with to many proofs of u uteful
life, the veiierublo mother hus recently
pasfed away in good old ago. Tim an
nouncement of the death of Mrs. Nancy
Wurren appears i ultowliero in
this in uo, her life mid fac
ulties prolonged far beyond the lisu.il
period, und at 8, with her children and
children's children about her, lier.elf con
scious uud waiting for thu last great
chunee, her mission ended. Many of our
earlier residents will remember, among
their mod cherished experiences ot tho
long ago, tho DuPago homo wlmroin she
presided, all tho moro noteworthy Mio
cauie, in tho fro bly. established com
munities of a now country such homes
were rare, und worth golni' mtlrs to ice, us
thoto declared who tLought it no tux lo
I From llio New York Woild.1
llL'HLiNnro.v, January, ViHli.
To-day the last net of ono uf the most
atrocious and extraordinary crimed on re
cord wus onncl'.-d In tho district court of
this city. This wus tho trial of Eugeno
Wahrer, aged sixteen, anil his brotter
Mux, aged twolvo, for tto murder uf llielr
mother ut West point, Lee county, on
Sunday, the uUtli day i.t Juno last.
Mr. Wahrer, tho murdered mother
was a woman of high education and cut
lure. She hud nut borno u good charac
ter, having been tho mother ol threo chil
dren cro by threats of pursonul Violence
their father (Dr. Wahrer) was compelled
uy her irolhr lo marry iier. xney huu
eight children Alininu, itgcd twenty;
Clare, eighteen; hugene, sixteen; .Maur
ice, fourteen; -Max, twelve; Albert, ton;
Charles, suvni; and Katie, four. Her
lusbuiid, a niHti of high scientillo ittaln-
meuts, is suid to havo abused her so that
she wus compelled to leave linn nnd obtain
situation us u toucher in the reform school
nl Sitlem, in Henry county. On Suurduy
moriiliiL', Jtirio J, sue roturneu nomo on u
visit, llefore leavinc: the school, to Pro-
(esor McL'urtv, tirliicitial of the institu
tion, idio expressed her leu athcr possi
ble treatment. Jlo accordingly called lor
her iu the eveniiiL', but she said that lliu
children were mure friendly than she hud
expectud, end that ho would stav over
Sunduy. Her husband, Dr. Wahrer, was
not thero. Un the .Monday preceding ho
had go no to Des Moines with
Ins eon .Maurlno to attend a
medical convention. When .Maurice
returned he found his mother llicru. Hu
had not seen her for nearly u year, and
thoy shook hands cordially. About 11
o'clock they all retired to bed. The
mother slept with her youngest child,
Kulio; iu nnothur room were Rarbaru
Fetter, thu girl win kept linusu for tho
doctor, nnd two of thu yo.. tiger boys.
Early on Sunday morning tho whole
family arose. Max went to glvo tho
horso nomo corn. Eugene remaining in
tho houso. His mother asked tho littler
who It was that had torn her clothes;
bu replied that it was the horse. Shu said
no, il wus her husband ; that long nosed
Jew. Sho furthor usked for the key of
the money chest, but Eugene aaid his
father had it. Then, according lo
Eugene's own testimony, Mux said
that they hud better get somo knives
uud sciro their mother, ns shu wus n dan
gerous woman when sho got her head sot.
lhey got two knifes, ono n dirk and ono
surgeon's knife. A few moments nfter it
disputu arose. The mother is mid to have
threatened to kill Max If ho did not give
her tho Key. l.ugeno says ho saw her pur
suing Jlux with a knife, nnd rapidly cain
ing on him. He shouted to her to slop or
ho would Mali her, but sho run on. lln
struck her on tho head, but she rclzed Mux
by the collar. Jiugeno struck her once or
twice un the neck, uud .Max turning on
her buried llio knife in her breast. Shf,
dropped her knife, said sho was killed, and
asked them to help her. They caught her
by the arms and drugged her - to
tho barn. They then went
to thu house, whero Uarbura
told them to go uud givo the alarm ut
once, lest sho would bo suspected of
participating iu tho crime. Thoy covered
tho blood with somo sand nndthrew u
horse-blanket over tho corpse, for tho
blows had been almost liistnntiiiieously
fatal. Then they went to Fort Madison
and telegraphed to their father to come
home, for little Katio was sick. Tho
neighbors coming in found seven wounds
on llio body, two of which would havo
caused death In hulf it minuto in tho
opinion of tho physician. Such wus the
tlnying of thu unfortunate woman.
Tho uvidenco for llio prosecution proved
tho killing by neighbor in whom tho
boys hud told their dory on tho morning
uf tho crime. For the defense tho two
sons were oxiiininud, and persisted In their
story that thoy took the knives onlv to
scare her, mid lliul mie huu munuced .Mux
with her liiille nctoro they stubbed her,
though Uiirbara Fetter declared that shu
did not tco llio knife in tint deceun-d's
hand. Ono witness slated Max, somu days
beforo the murder, had said lliul hu wu
t:oing to do something that would inukn
folks talk, though whut it wus ho would
not Buy. The trial only occupied a day
nnd a half, and tho jury, niter a rather
long session, returned a verdict of guilty
of murdor in tho second degree btli
against Max and Eugeno. Tho prosecu
tion of li.irbarn Fetter and Maurice, as
accomplices boforo thu fact, was abandon
ed by thu State. Thu popular impression
at tuo outset wits that tho murder 'mil
been instigated by tho husband und father,
who wus desirous uf gulling rid uf thu
wife eo ii to marry Durham, the house
keeper. Tho oxtremo youth of tho prison
ers nl'jno saved their necks.
NUnAttA, N. T.,
OEIUIANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVKll, N. Y.,
KKi'UllUC, N. Y.,
..T26 863 00
Comprising the Underwriters' A&rncj,
YON it KM, N. Y.,
Asset. 8 "
MKKJytM'K FUND, fl. J,
BKCUMTY, If. Y. MAMME,
tswt - 1,412,819
Htores, Dwellings, Furniture. Hulls and C
ltnri, Insure. I ut rules as iorDie as soiinu, y
mMioni efcuruv will wirritni.
I reiDisitrully k of the cl Uteris cf Calr
sluiH-of their trouK.
iV. 11, Moms,
II. II. Cindes
No.I'ub. an! V. H.Cntii
CQHHIMMION AND I'OKWARDINO.
F0UWA11D1NG and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI OUR
And Agents of
ntO RIVER AND KANAWflA
Ouv Homo Advertisers.
( hnrterotl Mfirels SI, IN.
OITY NATIONAL HANK, 0A1KO
A. II. HAKFOHI). l'rcsldcnti
H. H. TAVl.Oll. Vlccrrciddent;
II. HVdl.or, Secretary and Treasurer
Our Homo Advorthers.
SELLING OFF AT COST
I M HS. M AUG AHKT JACKSON
Formerly Hwander, Intending to remove
i to Kentucky, deslrcn to dispose or her larire
1 and elegant stock of
j :m: I L L I IN" B IT
i Immediately. In order to faclllltate the sale
' of her goods, Mrs. Jackson has determined
, to ohVrthp
ENTIItR HTOf'If AT l!OCT
And Invltea the Indies of Calm mid vlr'-tftv
to call on her If they desire good barR.in;.
P. M. IltariiT, Cms. riiLion,,,
F. II, Hrociriitn, l'll'L 0. flrucii,
R. II, CexMxuiUM, U. 1'. llittiiur,
J. M. riiimrs. .
IlepoalUof any Amount Kiwi vest Iron
Ten Ceuiis llpwnrda.
INTKItllHT paid on deposits at the rule of sii
percent, per annum, March let anil Heplem
lx?r 1st. Internet Dot withdrawn Is Milled inline,
iliateljr to tl e principal of the deposits, there!))
g'f Idk them compound Interest,
MAHHIKII WOMKK ANII CHILDRKN HAY
f) TlUt Nil list tUt CAN ll IT.
Open eerj business Ujr from .m. to S p.m.,
and Haturdar nin( lor HA VI NO DKPOaTI
oni), iropi ami o'clock
GOODS ARK ALL NEW
The most of tlirm lin Iiik been selected from
the late full styles, hence tho ladles hate
rare opportunity to purchase new and
lonabhi millinery at cost price. The stou
cons!tn of huts ribbons, flower, hosier,
ladle il iidoruear. eti:., etc. ll-.'Wtlk
M US. Met? EE,
On ElKtith Fl reel, I.M ween Commercial and Waah
F1UE, HULL, OAKOO, LIVESTOCK
Aete t'j,W,VH 9
NORTH AMERICA, IA.,
Aeeetti I2,73,V0 00
Assets J,M 4,210 Tl
Assets 8I.78l.ts9 6
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
-t 11,393,1138 I
Assets UlS.UJ ss !
Assets J1M.J7S 41
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asi-vt (COO, out) t
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Assets 30,(kio,isi in
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIKE AND
AeseU - S!,&oo O'J V
RAILWAY PASSENGERS A-bUHANCE
y.els $5O0,OiX) 00
A-ets KiJO.SVJ 00
S AFFORD, MOltltIS & OANDEE,
71 Ohio levee,
TEUTON I A LIFE INSURANCE
OF CUIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ckst'i-Offici:, 17 WasiiinotonSt.
This fienmin Life Iin.iranco Company
crii:ii'!iiiti'C4 nut onlv I'nld.un I'nllcle but
also a nine in t.asu on tue rson-ioricuure
70 Ohio Levkk,
l. V. MATHUR!)..
x. o .uiu
MATI1USS & UIIL,
COMMI S S I ON M It C II ANTS
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
fl44IIIS I V-.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccctiort to E. I). IlenJriCits A Co,
Forwarding and Commission
Are preparej to receive, store ami forward
freiKhtr lo all points and buy and
sell on commleslon,
IWIIiislnesa attended lo nrimiptlT.
Liberal Adrancemebia made eSy
upon Conslsmrnentt. kGV
Si. D. AYF.US.
! AY KUS & CO
l:. J. AVKIIH.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lf.vkk, Cairo, Ili.m.
JOHN A. IIUCK,
U. KNOHELSDOKF, -
IFioin the Charleston' Com ier,' I'eh. 1.)
Our citizens remember the sudden death
of Jlrs, Anderson, of this place, on Fri
day, tho 'J-lth lilt., and tho severe and pro
tra'cted illiness of her husband, her sister,
and two of her sister's children, (one of
tho children having also died since the
death of .Mrs. A.) and tho supposition thnt
tlio two dentin, and the illness of tho
oilier members of tho family, was caused
by eating Hausngo (uncooked) iiutdo from
pork, supposed lo contain trichina.
fcyino of our citizens to have tho mat
ter letted and to ascertain if such really
was tho case, took a portion of tlio moat
und oppressed it to JJr. Domii, cily chemise
of St. Louis, for the purpose of having II
The following dispatch received from
Dr. Dean, by I. Eulz, about 10 o'clock
p. m , to-day, will speak for Itsolf :
St. Louis, Fob. 1. 1873.
I Lutz, Charleston, Mo. Tho moat is
full of trichina. Don't allow pitrtlclo to
bo eaten by anybody or anything. A let
ter on tho way. 'Dm I). V. Oban.
The letter mentioned In the above dis
patch, wo will publish in full in our next
istiin for tho benellt of our readers, as It Is
euppoiod to contain matter of groat l'li
portace, in regard to symptoms and
treatment of that dread dltcuse trichina.
Since tho abovo was wr!tton,wo havo
to chronlclo the death of another member
of the family mentioned above. Mr. An
derson died betweon two und three o clock
this (.Monday) morning. Making tho
third victim within two weeks.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
rutty, Ilenalitc, (Jiskolliir,
And the celebrated illuminating
IIROtfH'l UII.DINI CCP -lTIl ST. & COM
.10IIN VT. I'HIJESS,
Agent for Cairo ami Wcliilty.
SKCTION NO. 47.
A"ocl:itlon for promoting Life Inuraiico
ami Sick Ucllcf by weekly duea and mutual
co-operation in objects ol public benellt.
The I.I e Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Teutonia Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYEKS, President.
.JOHN V. 1'ItUESS, Acj't.
2My fur S'lilro hiiiI tlrlsilly.
Jt. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND IIKAI.ER 1
HAY, OATS, OOIlsI
AND MILL FEED.
n vin :ito.ss NritEKT,
(lood stabling connected with tlio house,
and sample room for commercial travelers,
Free omiilbiis to and from all trains,
2-5 Gmd. .1. M. DAM HON, Proprietor.
JOHN 11. PHLLIS & SON,
tHuccessors to John II. 1'hllln.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
TENTI1-8T. Ah OHIO LEV K
On Coiiimercl.il avenue, between Twellth
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND (1001) ltOOMS AND
Tin: vr.itv iikst or nuns
.A.o: TI-II8 HOTJSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Mux, Ei.i.un McC.Mtiiiv, Fropr.
t:i:). l. I'.iV, I'roprlotnr.
Watch kept day and night for boat and
TElt.MS TWO DOLLAUS PEU DAV.
Ohio I.cvee, comer of Slxth blroet,
'J.l tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
ST. JAMES HOTEL"
Nrirtliea.it Corncf Public Squiiiv,
A. CAHUTII Proprietor
Tills house has rectnlly heon repaired and
lurnUhcd newlv Ihrounhout. Jt la eoih enl
ent to the business houses and Hie court
house. Good sample looms.
G. M. ALDKX,
Late of Thomas t Aldeu,
FLOUlt, MEAL, OKAIN, HAY, .Vc.
No, 13.'i Ohio Levkk, Caiuo.
53JCash advances on Ooods on sight.
ltKKiutKNci-s : City National Hank
Cairo, 1- lint -National Hank ol Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIKBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAinO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE & BltO
oiieroi Commisniou Meroliunls
133 OUIO LKVKK,
mill r W.'llTSLOl'. Treasurer. "Kton Asenues, Is .Ul!r recelTlnf
TUB CtTV NATIONAL ' "" UD3
3 A.Xf TC.
,W. P. IIALLHIAV, I'reslden ;
II EMIT L. I1ALLIDAV, Vice-Pre!Jeni
A. II. HAKKOllll, Ce-lilerj
WALTKIl 1 1 V.HI, 01', A lll il I I Ml.
LATXflT FALL AND WINTKR UTTLIS),
llesmea a lull line of
BOITKSTB Ac HATS
ITriinmed ami nntrunmed,))
KUKNCU KLOWKItS. ftimiUNd. TKIMMINOS
of all kinds. Laces, eto., ete.
Ur. Mcflea has also laru aasorlmoat
Fsdc7 Articles, such as
8100,000 .sEck T1w CELLAR!, llNflF.KHLKEVKS.
And all oiherarticlea usualljr found In a
FIKST-CLAS3 MILLINEHY 8TOUE
Mrs. Mcdee, In addition to her Htock of
Fancy and Millinery Cood. has n tlnsoneaud
i complete aortmi'iit of Clneiunatl Custom
naue i.auie' anu Jlles' Mioch and'Chll
drens' Hoots, Illack and in Color. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
n the market, and this Is the only
ll i elty that makes them a specialty
HtitTS TitLoa, Rustar II. Cviibu,
lltsiar L. HiLLiDr. W. P. IIjliilji.
(I ki. li. Williamson, Btihiik Hi si-
A. II. HAtruan.
Kxebssastfi, Vnla uud United Sltatr
Hunrta Ituutilit atuU Hold.
EPOSITH reeelreil, and a general Unklni
DANIEL IIUUD, Oresidentt
UOIIKItT. MII...T. I. irn.presl lent
C. .N. liUfllUM, Cannier.
CJLLECTIONS FKOMPTLY MADE.
EXCIIANiiR, coin, bank notes and Umtei
Ulalee eecurltlee bouiirit and anld.
SnloreMl 4Mt T-siflets
a : 5
w S -2
o w 4 r
s a e
u S e
g - -
WAO v MAN UFACTOU Y.
For Sale nt Wholesale or Retail.
COUNER 32D-HTREET AND OHIO LF.VF.k
noTlltl J, .)4M.K
No. 104 CoMMF.nciAi. Ayknub,
French, .Scotch and American easslmeres
of all colors, and beaver ami broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up In.tho
And at tho lowest price. A line fit and fir
class work guaranteed. SatMacllo n iu
GREEN & UILBERT,
COUNSELOUS AT LAW,
William II. (ireen, 1
William 11 (lilberi,
Miles F. Olltert, I
STflpeem. attention Klren to AdmiialtT and
OFFIOK oniO LKVKC, ROOMS 7 AND I OVRB
niTT KATIOWAI. T1AVK. '
WUUD I WOOD I I WUUD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, mot Cbtutper
had any wood dealer tn Cairo. Leave order
on tho slates at tho Postotllco and at Uo
eoal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will cord the wood
up if desired,
Wo-tf DENNIS HALEY.
-- - - - - ...
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ,
HAItKY WALKEK Prop'r.
This house is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked ultti the best
nrc compounded In the most approved style
KJTCorae and see for yourself. J3
Wl.NEM A.I It l.lliUUHtS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
H ...,. . ' H
" A I KO, ILLINOIS.
Also, keep constantlr un band a most n,m
pletei stock uf
acoTCH a xu imiu wmsniite
I v s.
I'ort, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba lues
RJMYTll 4 CO. sell eieluslfely for cash, to
which fact they insite the eepeelal atlen
linn t rinse Imrffain hujera.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
si'ocsssua rouia a sTucsnsiH
Hrctirjrr nnd Wholcaailp Dwle Iu
surclKr stnil Itoiix-allc
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. G2 Ohio Levkk,
HK keeps on band constantly a full stork g
Old Kentucky liourtinn, Kjo and AlubOLla
ltd Whiskies, French Urandlea, ln i
ne and ;allforna Wines
HKAI, ENTATE AOF.MU.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (Bk-CONI) FLOOR) OHIO LKVKK,
" PAIIIO, ILI,.
BUY AND SXLL llXAL E8TATIC,
FUHNIHH AUSTEAOTS OK TITLE
And pe-ars OonTrane of Kind.'
John i. Hanuan. Chan. Thiupp.
JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor, Otta Ht, anil Oblol.evee.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing mide a
specialty. Iteal Kstate bought and sold,
taT'laxei Paid, etc.