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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1873.
J jltXII.ORKRLY, Editor nml Pub llshe,
TERMS OF THE DAHA 1MJLLET1N:
One week, by carrier f 25
Oito year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier If not pild In
ail vancc !...... ... , 1200
Vne month, by ruall.. 1 00
I'hrcc months. 3 00
Six month OI.'i
One year 10 00
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY UUIiLLTIN
John II. Oberly has reduced tho stibscrlp
on price of the Wkekly Cairo Bulletin
Ono Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois
A Mb. Tonii.t.vs lias introduced n
bill Into tho Tcnnouco legislature lp pro
te:t married wouionj one of thoprOTisIons
li that a woman may insure licr husband's
life for her own benefit. Short-sighted
Mr.TorransI He would make Tcnnei
sco an unhealthy staVo for married men.
W u publiih In nnotbor column tho re
port of a railroad meeting held In Hunts
villc, AUbamn, on the 3d Inst. Its ob
ject has a near Interest for the
ponplo of this city. A letter
from n gcntlcmm In Iluntsvillo as
sures us that that placo will voto six hun
dred thousand dollars to aid in tho build
ing of the proposed roid, as they " mean
'badness nnd do not Intend to dj things
by halve. "
Professor Ratcman, rtiitu superinten
dent cf public instruction, las issued his
ninth bcnnlal report. Tho statistics are
Interesting and valuable as nn Index of
tho condition of tho educational interests
of the state. Tho whole number of per
sons In tho stato botween the ogts of six
nnd twenty-onc years, entitled to tho
benefit of onr common schools, arc 89l',093,
nn increase of 20,000 sinco the year 1S70.
Tho numbo: of school districts fn tho
state arc 11,231, and the whole number of
free public schools Is 1 1,330. Tho number
of scholars in attendance, 002,010, of
whom 3 t3,C23 nro males, nnd 310,420 arc
females. Tho total number of teachers is
20,921 of whom 8,001 arc males, and 11,630
nro fcmalos. 523 school-houses, nt ft cost
of S7CI C22 30, were built during 1672.
Tho cost of educating our children in
tho public schools, during 1872, averaged
$15 02 per scholar, which includes tuition
and other expenses. Thcro was paid to
mala teachers $2,132,011 7o; to female
teachers ;?2,lC0,r.l 1 0C; total, $1,330,
2DC 31. Tho lotal amount expended for
all school purposes was $",4S0,8S0 21.
Tho total school fund of tho stato up to
September 30, 1672, was $5,332,218 08.
It is noticeable that whilo thero was an
nverngo of 20,080 school children in 1872,
over tho numbo.' in 1S70, tho number in
tho schools was 30,000 less in 1S72 than in
1S70. The report, of which wo havo
given a much condensed statement, is
full and complete. I'ruf. llateuinu dc
vetcs considerable spaco to the recommen
dation of u system of compulsory educa
tion being adopted In the stutc, which has
ulready nrou-cd much comment from tbu
TUB LOUISIANA INVE311OATI0N.
WASIIIMUTOir, l'eb. I, 1873.
Tho sonata investigating committoo in
the Louisiana case yesterday dovclopod
facts damaging to tho Pincbback Kellogg
faction. Mr. Lynch, chief of tho return
ing board that declared nil tho Kellogg
candidates elected, without having n sin
glo oQc'al paper beforo them has fulled
though repeatedly roqucstod to furnish
tho documents on which their decision
was based. Ho was before the committee
yesterday and stated that thoso documents
wero returns from officers unauthorized
by statu laws, and also what purported to
bo affidavits of negroes alloyed to have
been deprived of their votes. Ono v:it
ness TjiioJura Juques, United estates
oloction supervisor, tustillud that liu
siulll'd b,al.ot boxes, forged affidavits nnd
tok false oaths in tho Kellogg interest nt
the late election. Ho nlso sttitid that be
ucoin)fiiei I'reirott, u Unlto.l States
c jmni.siinncr, to 1'l.icj'io Mines parish to
investigate thu chargos that negroes worn
prevented from voting, Pmscott would
ns'eniblo two or three hundred ncgrue
together and would nil; thorn "If they
sworo that they wero not allowed to vote'
They would reply, viva voco " Yes, wu
iwoar." After this easy method of swenr
ng by tho wholesale Jaquci, returned to
New Orleans and filled up hundreds ol
allldavils with names inserted, and lignid
ubout I, iOO in blank. Senator Curpanlur
esked him why, nftor lie had dono so
much to sccuro Kollog's election, ho had
"gone buck on him?'' and tho uitnett
replied, " Will 1 never had no uso for
thut man Kellogg, anyhow." This wit
ness did not scam to regard perjury and
forgery, whon dono for political purposes,
as grave ottoncri, and said he was as good
its tho other politicians, thoy woro ell in
tho same boat. Several of tho committee,
Ssnator Carpcntor especially, grow quite
irritated over tho disclosures, nnd tried by
ovory means to shako the witnesses testi
mony, but failed to do it
After tho testimony of yesterday tho
Kollogg-Flnchbaek frauds would not
stand Qvo minutes beforo any half honest
coiiimlltie In tho country, but from the
partisanship displayed by Senator Car
penter and other Rudicals, we may expect
n report sustaining the Kellogg faction
notwithstanding tnut Wannn th lias full
faith in tho fairness nnd honesty of tho
OUR OCEAN COMMKIICX
The defeat of tho Webb Australian
ilcsmshlp .subsidy till, yesterday. In the
senate nml of ovory measure So nr this
session thaTliss been brought before con
groiilooklng to tho renowal of ourcon
commerco evidences nn Indisposition to
resort to mcro tomporary expedients of
doubtful utility, such ns subsidies nnd
drawbacks, to remedy tho ills un
der which wc labor. Tho bill of tho In
ternational Steamship company, unani
mously reported from tho sonata naval
committee, goes to tho very foundation of
tho trouble. It proposes tLb crcclion of
an Iron shlp-buildlng yard, with docks,
blast nnd refining iurhncos, rolling, mills,
and work shops by which ores can be
converted intosuperior iron, so Hint every
thing that enters into tho construction of
Iron or Jwoodcn vessels or Iron-clads
hulls, engines, spar, rigging, etc., etc., can
bo made on tho spot so cheap thnt wo can
.successfully coinpelo with tho ship-build
ers of forolgn countries. Tho plan Is a
slmplo business arrangement, requiring no
subsidy in either money or lands, only tho
countenance and assistance of tho govern
ment. This mcasura Is not partisan ; hav
ing In vlow tho revival f our commorce,
and tho benefit of nil farmers, planters,
merchants nnd mechanics, without cost to
the government, liy this means, not only
will Amerlean-tiullt ships ngain carry our
aade, but n navy will bo nt tho command
of the government, if needed.
CllKHlr MOIIILIEIl PERSONAL.
The Credit Mobillcr lame ducks bear up
dnder tho ditgrice which their cupidity
has wrought, but indifferently well. Tho
worst of the lot, the morn) and
virtuous Colfax Is very much broken down
physically ns well as repulatluually, being
consldurid ruined in both respects. Sen
ator Patterson, nnother moral, now snys
that Ames made a mistake, nnd Invested
his (Patterson's) money in tho wrong kind
of stock. Ho, as woll ns Colfax, Iras to
'Xplaln everything satisfactorily. 1
really hopo they will, for their fall from
grace is it great shock to tho moral sense
of tho community. 1, however, doubt
tho efficacy ol explanation in these cas
Hrothcr Senator Harlan lumbers about a
if thoro was no Mobilicr smut on his gar
ments; ills. hide is liko leathor. Neither
ho nor Patterson havo asked for nn inves
tigation by the Senate into tho clnrges
mado ngfiinst them. Sonutor CarpoLter
looked somewhat uneasy yesterday on
account of tho rumor that Oakcs Ames
had " refreshed his memory," and thnt n
feo of $10,000 to the senator to assist in
his election to tho United States sena'e,
and ' tho I Union Pacific railroad
uro to bo subjects of investigation
soon. Jsonalur uson, wuo it
nothing if not moral, in conversation yes
terday, said that he proposed offering a
resolution to expel Sonator Pomcroy, on
account of his recent attomjit nt bribery,
when a friend of Pomeroy's present said,
if you do I will prefer charges against
yeu nnd havo you impeached, for wo ore not
verdant onough to not know that you nor
any other man can shield himself in law
behind his vifo In business transactions as
you havo dono In your Credit Mobilicr
"llyor." "Old Heoltapj" wilted und
wilt net throw rocks nt his friend ' Subsidy
Pom." James Urooka is looking very
bad nnd must most kconly foci his posi
tion if ono may judge from his looks.
Pig Iron Kolley trigs to brar.en it out nnd
look innocent, but as "conscience,"
I mean detection, "makes cowards
of us nil," Kolluy looks billious
and tu.iicncss Lns taken tho placo of his
usual domineering manner. His raco Is
well tilgh run. 1 very much doubt if any
who nro tainted with Credit Mobilicr will
over politically recover from it.
" KKTt'CKV JOE,"
Tho lobbyist, who refuses to fell what he
did with tho $250,000 corruption fund of
tho Union Pacific railroad, still "molders'
in tho houso of representatives cell. In
order to keep away tho moldcr, .Too Is for
tified with a demijohn of old Ilourbon nnd
a basket of wiuo with which ho dispenses
tho hospitality of his cell to thoso who
call on him.
TI1K COTTON TAX.
Tho voto yesterday in tho houso to lix
a day for tho consideration of tho cotton
tax lacked six votes of two-thirds in favor
of it, This votu shows that the measure to
roftind tho cotton tax has gained great
strength sluco the last Vote. If llio bill
can bo brought before congress It will un
CL'T AND IIKIKII,
In consequence of Demi-John A. lling
ham's dip into Credit Mobillcr tho ndinin
istratlon is afraid to send him tibrond ns
contemplated, and the bill that passed tho
boue yoitcrduy, establishing n third
United Sutti judicial d'siict In tho state
of Ohio, was cjt out to fit tho " wisdom of
it thouand years," nil of which is centered
in Domi-John A.
A hOL'TIIEH.V Oal.I VAST.
Tho president purposes about March
20, to inako a tour of eomo of tho South
ern states in order, it is slated, to pick out
a southern man for a cabinet position.
It is proposed to havo stamps of a dif
ferent design for government ofllultls and
clerks Irom thoso in ordinary use, so us to
prevent them from being usodjfor pmn'.o
business, after tho (ranking privllojo is
Opinion In congress with regard to tho
resumption of sprclo payment is so varied,
and tliu timo is now so short, that nothing
will bo dono this session on that question.
THE OHIO, TIJXNKSSIJK AND
WAK.JUOU JlIVKIl KAIL.
FKOM CA1HO TO TIIK SKA.
From the llniitstlllo Advocatc.l
In ro'pousa to n call, a number of ulll-
court-housn in HunUvllln, on .Mondnv, tho
ou uny oi j euruary, lor tno purposo oi
ronshierlng the railroad interests of
North Alabama, nnd devising sonci plan
for the develop rent of tho inlnoral re
source of the stato.
ilio moetlrg was called to order by Col
Addlion AVhllo was elected chairman,
and J. Wlthors Clay, C, O. Figures nnd
Ed. M, lUgland, secretaries.
in i. ..i. ' .... i .
i ue vnuirmaii, in nn appropriatu man
ner, explained tho object of tho meeting,
and introduced to tho addleiico Col. IIul
hctt of Ucogla, who, In hu able a'nJ in
structlvo nddrcst, ndvocated tho mirrow
gauge system of railroads throughout tho
Boinh, nnd urged tho co-operntlon of our
people with the Ohio, 'iVnncssco und
Wnrrlor ratlrond company.
At tho conclusion of Col. Hullcrl'a ad
dress, on (notion, n voto of Ihmiks was
tendered him by tho meeting.
On motion, n commiltco of fifteen was
appointed by tho chair to prepare suita
ble resolutions. Tho following nnineil
gonllcmou wero appointed said com
mitted: Committee on resolutions: Col, Wm,
M. lowe, chairman, (leorgu P. llclrne,
L. P. AViilkor, It. W. V.'nlker, S. V. For
dyee, Milton Humes, Kich. Davis, J'. L,
llnmmond, J no. D. Ilrnndon, ,1. U. llrnd
lev, li. M, Douglas, Dr. (I. M.Harris, S.
H. Moore, A. S. Fletcher, O. M. Hundley,
It.S. Sprnggllis, Jns. Hnmiltoii, ,1, D. Vaii
deventur, K. O. IJetts, nnd Win. M. Hold
moetini' then udjourtied until 7.J
Upon roastcmbllng tho commiltco on
resolutions, through its chairman, Col.
Win. M, J.owe, reporlod tho following,
which was (innnlinously adopted :
Wiikrl'ak, Hiintsvill, is situated in tho
henrt of n lino ngrlcultiirnl region, Imme
diately ndjacent to n rich nnd undeveloped
mineral region peculiarly adapted to
manufactures, nnd on n direct Una from
St. I.oul", tho central city of tho contin
ent, by tho shorteit ronto through the
great cotton producing stales, to tho At
lantic sea-board. And Wherea", n diver
sity ol'lndutrial pursuits Is necessary to
secure to this community tliu powor, tho
wealth nnd tho inlluence, to which natum
by its lavish gifts has fitted us, and that
to accomplish this it is necessary fur us
by our cntcrpriso to avail ourselves of all
tue advantages, of our position, nnd
Wu cue as, this portion of thu stato is
without ndequato railway faculties, und n
properly dovised system lor Northern und
Central Alabima, i? ubsolutoly ncceury
to develop our great mineral rcinuroes, es
tablish and suciefully iiinintniii ninnii
I'arlu cs, nnd nld nnd stimulate our agri
cultural Interests. Thtrclore,
llcsolved, That wo wulcoino with pro
found satisfaction tho adoption of tho sys
tem 'of railways, popularly known ns
"narrow-gatigo"' 'ns peculiarly adapted to
tho needs ot tho South, mi account of
small cost, light intuicst r.ccount nnd oper
ation expenes,and ndapttlion cfour want?
for cheap transportation and especially in
our means for construction.
2nd. llcsolved. That the system required
for our immoiiate wants, and develop
ment, nro a railway via. Pulaski and
JobDsonvillc, Tenno's'ec., to connect with
tho Nurrow-Gaiifjo Hallway, now being
completed Irons Cairo. Illinois, u St
Louis, Missouri. A railway to Tusca
loosa, through the rich coal and iron de
posits which lie nljiceut to us on iln:
south, for tho benefit ot our manufactur
ing intor-ists j u railway connection via
Uuntvrsvillu to Opolika, to connect the
States of Alabama, Georgia, mid Florida,
with tho short linu to thu Atlantic Ocean.
'id. JCesoltvd, That the Ohio, Tennes
see and Warrior ltiver Kailroad company,
by their route from Iluntsvillo nortlieast
towards Cairo, Illinois, und their line
south to the river, thence diverging south
toTuskaloosa nnd Gunlersvllle, will ellVct
tho delrcd connection and has our hearty
approval, nnd wo pledge our tarneit co
operation to to this movoment.
1th. llcsolved, That wo tequesl our
county court and municipal authorities, nt
thu proper time to submit to tho people of
tho county nnd city, respectively, the prop
osition of tho Ohio, .TetiriHseo and War
rior ltiver; liuilrnnd company, for tho com
plctlon of said lino of rallwav, and herebv
pledga ourselves to tho cordial support of
a liberal subscription to mat enort irom
the city of Huntsville nnd tho county of
Tho chairman then introduced Col.
Howland of St. Louis, who mado nn ear
nest appeal in behalf of this cntcrpriso.
Col. .S'icli Davis, Col. Wm. M. Lowe
nnd Capt. Milton Humes nddrcsicd tho
nicotine in support of tho movement.
W. H. Doncgnn offered the following,
which was unnnlmously adopted ;
Kesolvcd, That wo request our county
commissioner and tho municipal author!
ties of iluntsvillo to inako nn nppruprW
tion for tho purpose of having proper sur
veys mode of thu routes of tho proposed
dipt. Humes introduced thu following
re'olutiou which was unanimously
llcsolved, That n committee of thrco bo
nppointod by tho chairman to memorialize
tho leclslaiuro to grant n subsidy of
$5,000 per inilo to narrow-guage railroads
in tins state. ,
Tho following, proposed by Ed, M
Iinglaud, wns adopted.
Kesolvod, Thnt Cul. Hulburt bo refines
tod to furnish this meeting with u synop
sis ot Ills address lor publication.
Thu meeting then adjourned nine die,
Ai)Dio.v Wiiiti:, President.
.1. WiTiir.ns (Ii.at, "J
C. G. Finmr.s, Secretaries.
K. M. !(ii.a.ii. J
Our Homo Advcrtisora.
IIYLAXJ) & SAUKlt,
ani di:ali:uh im
choice riiEsn imeats
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
'ouier Mill ctrout nnd OomiiiiTrlal avenii
ucMdonr to tliu 11 laud ."-.iluou,
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
SMI I'lillR 1
Euiirnt tJinr-ET, nKTwr.en WAllIllTn
J.UU COMMKHCIAL AVJSNUKU,
AtlloliiltiB III 'IriitKiiiHd nml llmiiiy'
hfCi tint In-. I or Heel. Cork , .Minion Vi-m
1,-tnili, uuuKti, tr,, -nil ari prip.ir,! to fttvi
ullitna tu tliu moil AorpiuuMi- munimr.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILUEHS' SUPPLY DEPOT
18J TKNTIt STRXET,
Door, Nnals, llllisdH. SloiildlufcH,
Kht Unttcra, (snood) Window stud Door
rrasnns, rioorlssir, Lsitb,
fllslssilM, Cllntcd NokIi, Olnaod Nldr
Light, OlisiFd Tranioias,
Ninth Welvhtu, HhhU rnlllea nnd V
Blind I'nutrnlBfrit, RooHbsi
rail, Rooflns Crnsessl, Plaatsrlss
Pitr, Cnrpet Veil, White
Lend, IJ lined Oil, Atnitrlraa WIsmIon
(Una. Eonllah nndFreneh
I'lnln Ulsuia, I'nlljr, Uiazlcr'a loMlt
Nnwer Plpra I'alcnt Cblmurjat
:., r.lc, Kit.
A OUSTS lor Kock Klrcr Tpr Comjunj'
tilmathiDK Felt and tj'iotlt Content
ll. tv Johu'a Imjirofed Hooflni: lway tn
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o every uacrlpllim,
LATU, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
DOOltS, SASH, BLINDS
St kamboat Lumber,
Kiliolf hnl en .bnrlrst nolle.
Couicicroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sLv
JAMES K Y.N ASTON,
UuTciiKit ami Dkalhii in all Kinds o
COKNKIt NlN'KTK.NTII ANI Poi'LAK StB.,
lluys ami slaughtcri only the hen r.itllc
lio'n and sheep, and Is prepared to till an)
demand for licth meuU Irom one pound te
ten thiiUMind tiniiudn.
UHKEN & UILHEKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willi.m II (illtieri, OAIIIO, II.I.tNOId.
st8ipci. altrnlion Kltn to Admlifcllr sail
OfriCK OIIIOLKVEe.KOOMB 7 AND 8 OVKH
CITY NATIONAL IIAXU.
IS It Y UP U II S
'72. FALL AND VCINTER '73
C. II AN NY.
KKNTCCKT JKANH, fXTRA,
LAHtfK STOCK OF OARI-TING
(JILT HAS 1)1,
Ill Entire NUicK
VERY LOW FIGURES.
COIlNKK 8Tn SIT. AND COMMKHCIAL-AY.,
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T U Y S, . O T I O N S,
iMISS if. .1. CAUHOiN
WMics to call attentifin to her stock of Tovi,
Vlltlilll. fltlll lfttl..V f.w..lw nli.l kt...O.. i.'.il.
elcs cnntlnMiiK ol Doll. In great variety,
Ladles' WniK-lioxeti ol llun rpialltv, Wlllliu
l)esU, Chlldri'tiN DMici. Toy Wau'on, 1 ii
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAItA, N. T.,
OIHMANIA, K. T.,
UANOVEIl, N. TM
ltKI'UHLIC, N. V.,
tli Ml 00
Allots TM.WS no
Comiirlslng Ihttlndfrwrlti-rt' Afcncjr,
TONKEnf, N. T.,
Asset 8T8 lei il
. ALBANY CITY,
lltets 153,153 23
VIREUEN'b KCNH, S.
SECURITY, N. Y. MAMNE,
Storei, Dwelllngf. Furniture, Hulls nl C
insured ut rii m fi'rblu as iouu'1,
manent rccurltr will wnrrant.
I reniifHjtfalljr k of tho cl tltcn ol C'r
t,tf of their bittrontan.
C. Jf. III 4JIIK
W. II. Mornt,
II. II. Candet
No. Hub. tail U.B. (loin
FIRE. HULL, CARGO, LIVESTOCK
Anfl fi,M9,501 9
.NOHTII AMKK1CA, 1A.,
Arrets ..(I,78,00 Co
ImpI 2,M4,2in 72
hnt tl,:vi,s' 1
Af.ata !H5,t73 (S
. $155,278 41
(aMMitMiis amu rwuwAMUtaa.
I'OHWAllDINO and COMMISSION
Our Homo Advertisers.
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
SELLING OFF AT COST
MILS. MAIIOaIiHT JACKSON
Konnerlv Hivnniler, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, de..rcs to dlpoe of her lari;e
and tluKant atock of b
!,7 wi'r ori,cr 10 '"IMItato the sale
to otter l& ,' "' ',ac,iyn determined
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladles ol Cairo and Ir'illv
GOODS AKK ALL NEW
'lhoCat r1iu.lHm ''i"'1"' b?en,Mleclosl from
ine lale Tall atylu,, ,U,cn 1 10 luilii-a Inno
f,"n',,V";!!!nll' 10 I"r haa new and Su
lonahlu iijlllluery at corl price. Tle Mo"
l? ll .1 J.f . lmi' rll'lM"" "wrs, ho. er
ladles u tidcrvfcar. elc. ote. ll-Sotf
And Axestt of
into KITIR AND KANAWHA
)n Klulilh Slrf et, ti wren Commercial and Waili
HKton Arnnura, It Jal! rM)lTln(
NEW MILLINERY OOODS
latest fall and winteb styles.
Hnlflm a lull Im of
BOW1TETB fie HA.I'a
ITrunmad and untrimmed,
IcENCU FLOW KKS, IlIBtlONd, TKIUMINQSJ
of all kind., I.aca, rtc., te.
Sir.. Mrrji-a ha. ala a laraa aoortmaat o
Kney Arllelra, aucb aa
VECK TLX OLLAItfl. UNOKtvlLEEVEd,
An4 all oihrraruclva u.ually lound In a
j FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
' Mrs. Mcflee. In addition to hrr rttock of
- i h miipV ntnl Mllliiiir llfwtil. Ii'i. tli. m.. nu ....!
is. c. VIII lomiilete aM)rtnifiit of Cincinnati CUMnui
I .Made Laillet' nnd Miip' bhoea and C'hll
MATHIiqq TITIT J Ureiik Hooti, Illack and in Color. Thesu
JlAt liuaa X U 11 li, are acknowledged to be the Ilnet and tie,t
i-,rTStxr a -n-nrrrrt ' " ..,l,c , m!,r.kc'. "nil till U the onW
i,OKWA.IS,X)I2rC3- . IIm rlty tliat innkea tliem n s.f dally
70 Ohio Levkh,
' Cairo. Ii.linihs.
I. D. UATUUCS..
AND GKSEHAI. IIII.L1I.Ki7n.
Commissi on Mkrc Hants ! "RTT.T.T A.BPS.
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
AMEKICAN CENTllAL, MO., i (Hucc9SOr to E, B. IUn incaa A Co.)
Aareta f 50D,fJU I
CO.N.NECT1CCT MUTUAL. LIKE.
Aast i,ooo,oo , MERCHANTS,
TKAVELEKa', HAIlTFOKU. LIKE AN!) i AXD
Forwarding and Commiasion
ST. NICHOLAS )
HARRY WALKER Prop'r.
Liberal AJraneameuia mada
This house is newly fitted up with two
Arsel t:JO.u0 V '
RAILWAY KAHdKNOEKS A-UUKANCE j
cu., iiAiti ruKii, , -
a.t. ,V,M lfl Ara prepared to reeoiTe. ator aad forward
V M ,JW j f'Uh" " polnta and bu mad f T T T T A T T) rn . t, r p n
INUEFENDENT, BOSTON, aell on commlraion, 'UlUUlAUU i AUli to
Aeta t0,!2 00 Wlltulneaa ailrndel to prnmptlr.
SAP FORD. MORRIS k CANDEE. S. I. aykkh.
i:. .1. Avr.itft.
And two Una
71 (llilit ITri
TEUTONIA L I F E INSURANCE
AVERS k CO.,
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. j and-
CE.VTL.Or ncE, 172 Washington. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. "3 Ohio Levik, Cairo, III.
JENNY LIND TABLES
I The saloon Is stocked with the hr
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A.CTIVA, SS50.000. I .. .a omoLnvK.UAii.o, ill..
Thl, (lennan Mr,- In.irance Co,n,,ny - . ,wv,vry DKENKS
ll r-. ,.... , .,),. .... I. Il.l. ' 1 ... I 1 A "I1N. lSr.ll AM I- . . .
al-o a Value In Cmfi on the Non-forfeiture i
inan. j jj wme anu sec lor yourself.
iohn a. huck. . - . vr.sident I GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
u. n.uur.ii.-juunr, ... rjocrotary
WIFt Ml ACSI) LltiULUSI.
.IOI1N W. WtL'ESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
ANU IlEALEU IN
R. SMYTH & CO.,
a'ws.-a waaaxaa n -aa..a a 'tj HpUII) 't'll
Huirgic, llnhhy llorx, l'lnu Sllvcr-ilated
Ware on Nk-kil Silver, I'ino Tahlc-knlvcs,
iuaiKin iiiiii.'K, liiiiiiu ntc, nu , a p;ooil i-c
lection of (;lieai .lewelry. Al.o IIm
iVill llull Plrllllim ill.l lli. Im., r.V.ii.in.
iiiaiiy oilier :ir lli lit too iiuuieroiis to men
Ion. Allure liivilcd to call. No. 15(1 Coin
uierelal nveuiie, hetweeii Nlutli and Tent!
FOR SALE, 1 For sie t yon 8AL14
VOU SALE.J Kb I FOR BALK
Faro from LiVKitrooi,
Faro from Londchhehbt
Furo from Glahciow,
Furo from Qukknstown
TO CAIRO, i : i i : : : 4 8 :o
Vaford, Monls 4 C'andcc, Agents,
RISMARK IJUNI). ,
. SKCTIOXN0.4T. AND MILL FEED.
Aiwrlatlon for promoting l.lfc IiiBiiranee CAIRO. . . - ILLINOIS
nml Slek Helicf by weekly dues and mutual 1
j uu j,i:u jiiMiruiici: i-tjiicie nm no iueil I v v-..., xtiiuiu u. uvu,
oy nu- i eiuoiuu i.uu insurance comjiiiny.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUES.S, Ao't.
25,1 It for fnlro niiil Tlelnltr.
MilN tnoss srnr.i:T.
flood slablinjr ennnerleil with the hoite,
and sainplu room for commercial traveler,
Free omnibus to and Irom nil trains,
2-5 Cmd. .1. M. DAM RON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between Twcllth
and Thirteenth street.
OUESTS WILL FIND OOOI) ROOMS AND
thi: vtitv iikst or nuns
A.T T-J-XXS HOTTSE:
Tniii'lcnt ratronagc Solicited.
t .Mns. L'n.i:x..McC.tinv, l'luj-r.
DJ3LMONICO JIOTEL. "
KO. I. I'AY, I'roiirlrtur.
Wilt eh l;itit il.iv nml nli-lil fm- lm,i. .,,.1
. ..... " . . ...Q..V .V. lfVIII.1 ,,
TERMS TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth atrret,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
(Hucceoora to John 11. Fhlllli,)
DEALERS IN IIAV, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cok. TENTU-8T. ami OUIO LEVI
Also, keep conatanllf on hand a moil com
plele ttock of
aooTcn axd nimn weiikiis
- I N H.
tort, Mttdoria, Sherry and Catawba W inea
RJHYTfl A CO. eelTeidualTely for eaah.K
. which laol Iher lurlle Hie ep;lal atlaa
.iniinl cli. liarvain I'Ujf.T.
F. M. STOUKFLETII,
srcciuoa t routa a nocarLiTa
Kectlfer aui Mlsolnualc DcIe la
ForrlKD np it ISomeatle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. b'2 Ohio Lkvkk,
H K keepaon hand fon.t.nllT a full tofo
(IM hentuckr Hourbon, Kre. aua sSunoala
ifla Wlnakiea, Kranrh llraniilea, I" I
ne and California Wlnea
WAU, .. AI AN U FACTOR V .
ST. .1AMES HOTEL,
Northeast t'orner Public Square,
Thla houso has recently been repaired nnd
liiruMicd newly tlnoiinlioiit. It N conveni
ent to tho business houses and the court
house, (load aiiH,ilc rooms,
CJ. M: A L D JS X,
Late of 'l'liomus & AUlcn,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, HAY, Ac.
No, lSu Ohio Lkvkk, Caiiio.
(tTCasli advances on Goods on sight.
ItKKKltKNCKK : City National Hank ol
Cnlio, I'lrnt National Rank ofdiieaKo.
MILLER & PARKER,
liJJJiNiiUAlj (JUMMISSIOIN I
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ton FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE ic 11RO.
tincral Coinniinsioa Mcrchan(
133 OUIO LEVEE,
COI1NXR 32D-BTIIKET AND OHIO LKVKk
No. 104 Commiucial Avknuk,
French, Scotch and American casslmorcs
of all colon, and bexver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Anil mado up In thn
And nt tho lowest prlca. A Hno lit nml flr
class work (,'iiarantoed. Satisfaction lu