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THB CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1873.
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THE BULLETIN.
JjlH II. onBlttiY, BJitiif an I 1Mb llaho
TKKMS OF TUB DAtl. 1'ULLETIN :
Ono week, by carrier t 25
Olio year by carrier, Inaitvaucf 10 00
One year by carrier II nni pitd In
dranco 12 00
Vnc month, by mall 1 00
Three montbj U 00
dlx months. & 2f
One year 10 00
THE DOLLAU WEEKLY lttJLLKTIN
John n. Oberly has reduced the aubscrlp
on price of the Wkkkly Caiho Huli.kti.n
One Dollar per nnnum, making It th
cheapest paprpulilMied In Soiitlieru Illinois
Tug funeral of sx-Gov. Geary will take
place on next Thurtday ; the remains vrlll
Ho In state until then, at the capltol build
Ing In Ilarrlsburg.
TiiKitE haro boun about twenty cases ( f
corobro spinal meningitis in tho town cf
Macomb within tho last eighteen dnyf.
Of those oflllcteii, flvo or sir died.
Tin personal liberty league of Chicago
have decided to rescind thoir resolution to
defy the Sunday liquor law, but to get up
an immense petition to tho legislature for
Its repeal.
The Memphis 'Appeal' says : "nail
road bulldors are busy in Mississippi,
1 Colonel McComb commences this month
'on the Canton extension of tho Now
1 Orleans, Jackson nnd Groat Northorn
1 railroad to Chattanooga. Colonel Frost
'says tho Cairo extension of tho Mis.
sissippi Contra! rotd ll being pushed
' forward to rapid completion, nnd that
' thirty miles ot tho iron, chairs, spikes
' and splices nre already purchased and
' much of tha material really now on
' tho ground ; tho track-layers aro engaged
' to conimcnco putting down tho iron ; the
' contractor have their work so fur ad
' vanccd as to onablo, them to keep out of
i tho way of tho layers of iron."
OLYMOKE.
Tho disappe.tranco of 3Ir. .1. C. Cly
naoro of Johnson county, about a year
ago, occasioned considerable comment at
the time, and somo dlflcrunco of opinion
ns to whether ho had been foully deal
with", or for reasons of his own, had de
parted from bis homo in n mysterious
manner. The "mystery" surrounding
his disappearance has beon removed by
his return, ulivo mid woll, to
his family a week or so ng Clymoro
'.fives nn explanation of his desertion of
his home and his continued absence: ilo
had intended to commit suicide,, having
concluded to take arms against a sc.i of
troubles and by opposing end thcui. Hut
just as ho was about to shufll'i off his mor
tal coil, he was attacked "with a pain
'over his cyo" life became n blank, and
he knew no more until ho
found himself in Cairo. Tha pain
over his eya must ngalu huvo alltictcd
him as be went from this city to Tonnes
seo and there remained until recognUed
by some friends of his own county, ofter
which ho returned home. Such is Cly
mores', account of his "mystorlous dlinp
' peHrance." Why should ho not bo be
lieved? It Is not an uncommon thing in
these days for people to forget. Sc'iuyler
Colfax can't remember when ho got n
certain twelve hundred dollars, and there
are many good people who bcllovo him
when he says so. Clyinor was a govern
ment agent and left his accounts a little
mixed when he disappeared, but this
should nut bo urged as a reason for.dUbe-
' lieving his story of mutual operation.
Not at all. Ilo ought to bo immediately
pressed into service as a temperance
lecturer.
HISTORICAL imiliKKY IN CON-GRESS.
From the Chicago Tribune.
Tho cases of detected bribery lu con
gress have been fw, and It is to tho credit
of all parties that no utiempt was ever
made to screen or nido tne rascaiiuy upon
tho plea that to expose or punlih the mem
bers would "hurt the party." As long
ago as 1795, two men, nuined Itandnll nnd
w mtney, made overtures to several mem
burs of congress, which woro promptly
comrounkutud to the house. Mvmbcrsiin
tbosodays did not wait for investigating
committees, nor did they plead that the
case was "not proved;" nor did they palter
wun iruiu anu noncsiy uy ueccptlng
bribes, and then calling it a business train.
action. At tho 11 est moment it could be
done, the members who had been ar
proached informed the bousc; lUudnll und
Whitney wcro arrested, held in custody,
ana inon punuciy reprimanded and dis
missed. In 18' 6, Colonel John Anderson
n grey-haired soldier, had claims of his
own for about $9,000, and for others about
$20,000, for damages sustained at tho P.lv
or Itaisln, which claims were before the
commutes of claims. Ho was weak
enout-h to address tho following Jotter to
mo coalman or mat committee:
"V-hlllS0T0X, Jan. 0. 1818,
IIoNoltED mr: 1 return you thanks for
tho attention 1 received on my claims to
pass so toon. Mr. Lee will hand you somo
claims from tne Jtlvcr Jiaisin, winch will
pass through your honorable committee:
nnd I have a wish that tho conduct of tU
British In that country may bo related in
full on tho floor of congress, which will
glvo you somo trouble in malting out th
report, and supporting tho smuo, I huv
now to request that you will accept of the
small turn of $000 as part pay for the ex
tra trouble I givo you. I will present it
to you at eonri as 1 rcceivo it from gov
ernment. This Is coiiOdentlnl, that only
you and mo may know anyihlng about lij
or, In other words, I givo it to ynu as a
man and a mason, and hope jou belong
to that society, bir, should It hnppru thot
vou will riot accept of this Himll sum, I
roauHit vou will excuse mu. If you d
not accept, I wish ynu to drop mo u few
lines: If vou accept, I wish no answer. I
bopo you will sccmy view on this subject,
that It Is for extra trouble.
1 will maku out it statoment nnd present
tha samo to the committee, Which will bo
supported by general Harrison, colonel
jonntpn, iiri lluli.urd, tilt. -Muigs, post
master e-uiicrul, Governor Cass' report as
commissioner, and others. Kclynig on
your Honor n to keeping this a secret, and
your oxcrtion in pusirig these claims ns
soon as possible, 1 netd not Inform you
that wo are ns poor unlortunnto orphan
children, having no representation In .con
gross, so mut look on yourghonoriiult'
body as odr guardinn. Pardon this liber
ty from h stranger.
1 am, with high cstccm,your most obedi
ent and humble servant.
John Andeiho:.
Tho Hon. La wis vVllliuuis.
Mr. Williams submitted tho letter to
tho house, and Spcakar Clay issued Lis
warrant lor tho nrrrest of Anderson. A
few members took tho ground that thu
houso could not take jurisdiction of u caso
of bribery, and that thu latter could only
bo punished by tho courts, Anderson
nppcalcd to thu houso through letters to
thu spoattur, disclaiming uny intention to
bribe, nhd offering testimony of his char
acter. Gun. W. II. HurrUon, Col. It. M.
Johnson, Gen. Cas.', 1'ostniHStor General
Meigs, and numerous members of con
gress, tcstlllcd to his meritorious services
In tho war, and his personal Integrity.
Tho houso then, by u reso.utlon, declared
that Anderson had committed a contempt
of tbo house, ami, under an order, ha was
brought to tho bar und publicly repri
manded by the speaker. Thoso were cues
of attempts to bribo members.
Forty years later, In 1M7, certain land
schemes wcro beforo congress. Ono of
theso was known ns tho Minnesota land
bill, nnd tho other, tho Iowa land bill,
both having for their object tbo appropria
tion of public land for tbo benefit of spec
ulators. Charges having been made that
thcro was corruption, a committee, of
which Henry Winter Davis was tho chair
man, was appointed to investigate. Dur
ing tho debate, Mr. Vayno of North Caro
lina, stated that ho hid been np
proached by a member of tho houso with a
corrupt proposition. Tho understanding
was, that thcro was somo for:y members
of congress whojwero to shnro tho plunder,
but that tbelo were represented by O. 11.
Maltcson, "W. A. Oilmoro and Fruncis 1'.
Kd wards, members from tbo stato of Now
York, nnd W. W. Welch of Connecticut.
Mutteson was tho Oakcs Ames of thntdny,
and ho " placed the shares whero they will
do us tbo most good." His letters were
found, in ono of which to a person inter
ested, he said :
$ "Tho committco In tho house havo agreed
to report your resolution in Minnesota to
2il!.0UO acres of land, but therois much
trouble In tho way. .So mo outriders make
mischief. Aro you willing to let your
one-fourth of tho factory bo cut up and
...nrl tn Anw.. U .I.e. ..... In . rl ,1 1 t .1.1 tn
what Strvker urrunced "' 1
The Houso adopted two icsolutions : 1,
that O. li. Mattesou, n member from
New York, did incite persons interested
in thu passage ol tho Dcs Moines grunt
to uso monoy for tho corrupt purpose of
procuring its passage ; 2, that said Mat
tcson, in declaring that u largo number
of mombers had associated themselves not
to volo for any bill granting
land or money unlets paid
f.ir it, had defamcd'tho character of the
House,. Thcso wcro passed yeas, 1 13;
nays, 17. The third resolution, expelling
him, wui anticipated by his resignation.
Kdwards, who had inudo tho proposition
to I'ayno, in Ilka manner escaped expul
sion by rcslgulng. Gilbert wus Recused of
two things: First, an agreement to pro-
euro tho passago ot an order to purobato
copies of a certain book, bo to vecoivo a
portion of tho proceeds, and tho second
chargo wus ns follows: "licsolvtd, That
William A. Gilbert did cast his votu on
tbo Iowa land bill, ponding horctoforo
beforo this congress, lor a corrupt con
sideration, consisting of soven tquuro miles
of land, and somo stock given or
to bu given." Thcso resolutions wuro
adopted, nnd, beforo tlio vote could ho
taken on his oipu'sion, Gilbert resigned
Tho cvldanco against Welch wu; too weak
to ju tify nny proceedings against him.
Now comes tho Crodit Moblller frauds.
Here is n case wbero a corporation seizes
millions of acres of public land and i-38,-OOO.tOO
in -h. The chief actor in ihe
robbery is a member of tho house, who, in
his lctiers to his confederates, declares ho
has distributed n portion ol this plunder
among senators and representatives,
named bv nlm. Ilo does noi
distribute this for nny spcclul
act, but for tho general support ot a
continuous fraud, und to suppress inves
tigation. It appears Unit In gavo stocx
without nry consideration to ruiierson,
Colfax. Ilinirham, Garfield, kulley, Sco.
Held, Wilson of Iowa, and Dawes; that
lis also cavo it toother., whu reluscd to
tukuit; that nnolber nirent of his coin
pany gave $10,000 cash to tho secretary of
tlio Interior; that anotner inemucr oi
concrcss was mado chief oncineor at a
large sulary, no continuing a member oi
mo nouso : mat no nave iart:oi y 10 urcoas,
also it member and Kovoriimenl director,
and yet this mjin, who avows upon oath
that ho did all this, and produces thu
vouchers for his disbursements of stocl;
nnd money, confidently assorts that tho
house daro not expel nlm, nnd mo mom
bers who hnvo received his corruption
monoy justify and defend tlio net, or seek-
to impeacii their own written receipts un
solemn denials. Tbo impression is urnw-
ng strong in thu country that Oakcs
Ames has not yot told ono-half of tho
story, and that his confidence in tho re
fusal of tho houso to expel him rests upon
the yet unpublished record lin nolil, anu
which, ll driven to bay, no threatens to
mako public.
Onr Homo Advertisers.
NEW
mCKBIEH.
J. E. LUFKIN,
WisoIpn.iIp iiuiI ttrlull (Js-ocrr,
Has on hand at nil llme.i Vetrctabtcij Fruits
Uutter and l'g, l.nnl,
Hosuv, Trofical Fruits, Ktc, Etc
J3TA1I goods Warrauted Fresh, aud sold
at small 1'iollt.
X. 11. r.!rce1 delivered to nny part of the
city to Customers.
WKST SIIlK COMMERRIAI. AVK , llKTVt'KKX
l'tll A.VD 16lll hTUEKTS.
i-2o.tr
CAIItO, 1M.I.VOIH.
CHEAT UUOCEItlliS
THB ST3TEM.
OR0CKME3
RKTAILKU AT WU0I.E9ALK
rittcxs TOR CAB II.
AT U. O. TUIELEOKE'S STOKE
WA8HI.SQTOK AVENCK. JIETWEKM TENTH
AND ELEVENTH BTHKKTS.
IC s. unr Cuba Sugar for - - $5 0
9j .i 'i ii it ... i c0
tij lbs. A coffee Suear, N. Y. Std. - 1 0C
1 " Frlmo Klo ColToo for 1 0C
3 " Choico " " - - 1 0C
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Toas nnd other stnplo and fancy Groce
ries equally us cheap.
Goods now aud full weight given. Call
and try.
HUNItY IIA.SKX.UGKK,
RETAIL GROCER
Anil Dealer In
VEGKTA1II.ES, FlU'ITS, EGGS,
LAUD, i-KKSH IIUTTEK, El VE
AND DIlliSSED I'ulJJ.TIIY,
Fit ESI I HALTED AND
SMOKED Flail, ETC.
A i.i, Goons Wauha.ntkd 1'hesii
AHd cold nt the lowc't prices for c.vh.
f.4iyEiglith street, betweon Commercial
und Washington nvenucs.
W.M. O'LENN & SON'S
in: ad qi'M:ri:iis fou (iuocei:u:s
ninosr, stock,
CURAT VAUIETV,
LOW I'IMCRS,
COFFEE. Eio, Engunyrn, Java, Mocha.
SL'Ii.lK, N. O., Hard & Soft Keflncd.
SYltUr.S. New Orleans and Eastern.
wr. makk M'Kci.iMur.s or
T33A.S, TOBACCOS,
A.!ET3D CIGAKS.
:o d 7i n it si.
C1.VU.V.V.177.
l-:i-t-t-Sin
C4SAI..
CAIRO CITY COAL
GOMPAHY.
s prppisred to up;ilr oulamr with Ih
qualltj of
PITTSBDRG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKKS lea ut lliilliduy llros. nfflco, 7
onto 1.KVKK. or at thu Coal Yard below thu
fct. Charles Hotel, will rccrjvo prompt atten
tion. Tho Too "Montauk" will bring coal
almgrtdc to HemnerH at any hour.
1IOAT NTSIKKN.
BAM WILSON,
BOAT BTOEE3
o n o o e it i k n ,
I'ltOVlSIOKS T C.
No. Ilo
Onii 1,y.vxk (Utno, Tt.u
:.otioi:.
Olllco of Cairo City Ferry Co,. )
, C'AUiO, I'cli. i, Ib'.I.
Notleo I hereby given to the Mockholdcrs
of thu above, named company, that mi at.
settinent of nineteen (ID) per ct'lit. or M
per thuru uiinn thu capital tock of mid roiu.
pany, has Ihl duy been mado by the board
nf dliTctors, and that tho stockholder nio
rcipilieil to pay tho mtno at tha olllco of tbo
treasurer,!! follow", viz : t.-ioncaeln-liaieon
Maii-li I, next, uinl H W) on each Imre on
April I. next, In ui-eordanco tvltli the char
ter nod hy.aw ol tho company.
H-O-dl'Jt. Tuos. W. H.tu.riAV, scc'y.
1 It Y l l.
'.FALLAKDWIKTERS
C. II A N NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BU0YVN SHEETINGS,
I'UINTS,
TicKiiTaa.
O H E C K S,
AND
S T K I V E S,
KENTUCKY JKANP, KXTHA,
CASSIMEUH,
PLAlTN-aaLS.
ULACK ALPACAS
AND
LUSTEKS,
GilOS'JKAlN SILKS,
I'Ol-I.I.VN.
LAltUK STOCK OF 0AU1-V.TING
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Wliulosr Nliiulta,
OtLT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMAPII&.
Ilia I'.ullrc Nlock
AT
VKUY LOW FIOUUKS.
coRNcn8rit ht. and coximeucial-av.,
Cnlro, III Jtsolx.
septllt
Our Homo Advertisers.
nAMKft
ENTEItriUSE SAVINGS
I tii.rlereil Morcli .11, 1HG.
orricu of
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIUO
IIFKlCKItS :
A. II. SAKFOHD. President;
S. S. T AY I. OK, Vlcc-l'reslileiit;
11. IlYriI.01", Secretary and Trcaurcr
DI&LCT0B1 I
P. M, lltnriAi, Cms. OAMiiiiKk,
F. It. ftoCKriimi, l'Ai'i. (I. Hrnrii,
li. II. (JCHIIINUIItK, U. 1', It ALLI1IAT,
J. M. TuiMirs.
oioiilt ill itny Ainniirit Hrrrlvnllrotu
Tou CcisU I'lusiirdn.
1NTEIIK3T paid on ilroilli ! (he rale ot mi
parceut. per annum, Atreli Istnnil tj'plcm-tM-r
Int. laiercut not wlllnlMwa Is r.ihlrd imine.
illalrljr to the priuclpil of tha doponiU, tberobt
K'iIck thrin compound Intrrost.
MAKIHEtl WOMEN AND OHILDIIKN MAY
DKPOfllT MONET
O TniT Ml OIK Slit CAN DRAW IT.
Offn erer huslii.- day from V a.m. to 3 p.m.,
anil Ht!urdr .n tor HAVINO DKI'OSlTt
oal( from 6 in V o clock.
aiioll W. IlTai.Ol'.TrciKiirpr.
TILE CITY NATIONAL
33 A.2.TTC.
SJAIItO, II.MNOIN
oai'itaij, r . ei (lo.ooo
W. p. IUI.1.UUT, Pretldon ;
IIENHT I,. IIAI.I.IDAV, ViCB-PrtsMent
A. H. UAFKOHIi, Cashier i
vxwtUH iivahor, a u'm.ikhi
HTAATS TaTLOB, ItOBSkT U. CI-NMI.0UA1I,
111" L. 'lAltaAT, V. P, llAlllliAT,
Ono. I). WiLLiAMnon, SitciiiM Him.
A, H. SArroas.
ExrhnnK', Coin find t'ullfxl Hlalp
Ilonita IloiiKht hiiU (sold.
F POSITS recelsml, nod a general Lnnklcg
biinlncsii annp.
PIKST NATIONAL UANK
OS' o.mto.
DAMCI. IIUi:i, Vri-pldentt
liOHKKT. VIII..1ISH. .'i36-i'rcAUat
C..N. UUr.lira, Cannier.
CUJ.LECTIONS I'KOMITLY MADE,
IXCIIAKtlR, coin, tank nots and Uaitci
J tstatt a KMuritiea bousht and nold.
Ii.lrrrar Allowfil niiT'nfr
Homo Advcrtiaoments.
TIllE AND MARINE
I ILT S TJ Sb "N" O E
VUMPANIK8.
, . N1AOAHA, N. T.,
Assst 1,S3C,210
OKtlMAKIA, N. T.,
Km 1.0.TH.7J1 78
HANOVKtt, N.
Assets 63 W
unroiiLic, N. Y.,
Asatta 71I.9K W
Comprising the Underwriters' Afcencr.
YONEKIIK, N. Y.,
Assets C7S 151 41
ALnANY CITY,
Issots 4.U.193 2.1
TiitBMEN'fi rn.vi), b. r.,
Homo Advortisomcnts.
coMnuMiosr anu rHWAsiiiu.
HAtLIDAY BROTUEItS,
Aaieta..-.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
nii.i.i.KMr.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MKS. MAHGAllKT JACKSON
Formerly Swamlcr, iutcnillujf to remove
i to KentilL-kv. (Ielrei to dl.noie of lier tii,
GENERAL AGENTS
MILLIjn BoY
Immeillatelr. In order to laelllltatc the sale
of her foods, Mr, .luekson has determined
to oiler tin;
ENTIItH STOCK AT COST
! ' And Intltes tho Indies ol Cairo and vh' V.ty
1 to will n her If they desire good barius.
Mrs. Jackon's
VOllWARDING and COMMISSION 1 GOODS AIIR ALL NEW
i ne mosioi turns Having been sclceted from
tho late fall styles, In-nee the ladles have
rare opportunity to purehasc new ami idi
lonahlo millinery ut cost prlec. The stoe
conltsi,r hat ribhons, llowcrs, ho-ler
ladles u ndenvear. etc., etc. ll-Sutt
M R It CHAN TH,
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
rrv
BKCUniTT, N. Y. UAUINB,
sseta 1.S.I2.8I3
Hlnnn, Dwrlllnits, Kurnlturr, II nils and C
roc, Inaurud ut raiet as latnralilu aa oiiliI, p
nmicnt aruurltv will warrant.
1 reaiKs.'Ifulljr auk of the el tltrlia ol Catr
aliatrof their palronaeo.
V. N. 11 ITU 11 K
.V. II. Morris,
otarJ Public.
11.11. L'jndee
No. Pub. and V. B. Cobi
Ani Agonu of
IUIO KtVER ANU KANAWHA
SALT COMPA1TIE3.
F1UE, HULL, OAUGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
I3STSiT3aL3rC33.
JSTNA, lIAnTFOIU),
Axats f1o,M9,tOI 9
NORTH AMEItlCA, PA
A'Cit 82,783,000 no
1IAHTKOIID, CONN.,
AlfcU . i,m,2I0 7i
70 Ohio Lever,
Caiho. Illinois.
I. II. IIATIIUSS..
k. c ,V1I1
MATI1USS Si UIIL,
AND UENKIIAI.
rilCKKIX, IIAItTKOKI), 1
Aasets ii,7Sl,lS H ' C O M M I S S I ON M E H C HANTS
INTKUNATIO.NAI,, N, Y., LRAWSHS S
Ktftis !I,U3,8S 1
rUT.NAM.liAr.TKOKI),
Assets 70e,9S7
CI.EVKLANO, CI.F.VKI.A.ND.1 '
215,7.1 ib I
M HS. M oO E K,
J Jn KhtlilhHtrrel, hlwrenComtnar;laland Wah
nutnii ATrntifa, (4 lal rnrisln(
! NKW M1LLINKHY GOOD3
I.ATKBT YXLL AND WINTXR UTILES,
lltihin a lull line of
, EOITITETB &c 33T.Ta
ITrimmH anil untriuimel,'
rnr.Nca klowkiu, kiiihons, tuimsjinos
, of nil klrnif, l.aceia. tc.. eta.
Mr. Mcften ha alao a lara assortment o
Fancr Arllclra, uctl aa
nkck ti.w, emm, unhf.khleeves,
Ill'm, HASHES, KA HA,
An, I all oihararuclva uiuall found In a
FMiST-CLASS MILLINEKY STORE
Jlr, MeOoc, In .iddltlon to her Mtock of
; Fancy and .Millinery Good', hat n tlns)one mid
I'ompleto assortment of (.'incltinatl ( iMom
Mado l.nillea' nnd JII-koh' fclioi-s nnd Chll
1 tlreiiH' lloot, lllaek nod in f'olorn, Thcau
, iickiioh-d,.,l to he the flni-'t and heat
if the mniket, and thli l the only
i the city that makes them a prelnliv
i : :
III I.LI AKIIM,
' BILLIARDS.
IAV AND WKSTKItN 1'ltODUUti
s4csiti inir,
noMi:,coi,c,Miius,
Aiets
1I55.87S 43
AMEKICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asaots JWO.K'J 0
J. M. PIIILLIKS &i CO.,
(Hurcessnrt to K. II. IlcnJrieaa A Co.)
.- ' M is-ja-Bflr
i.vmiu:h.
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, 1.1 J-J5, t 1
AtP i3o,,ci oo ! MERCHANTS, ST. NICHOLAS
aha r.i,E.iu3 , iiAKirvifu, i.irr, Au
ACCIUENT,
AefPl ....!!,), CO I! '
It A 11, ',V AT PAH.SENOEI18 A'SUKA.NCE
T O V S, N O T I O N S,
AND
FANCY GOODS
MISS? M. J. I'AJISOaN
WIsIipd tne.ill attention lo her atock ofrova,
Notion and Fancy Goods and .Staple A ill
eles fon-lb'ln of Dolla In jrat varletv,
Ladles' WorU-hnxi-a ol lino quality, AVrilln
IeU, Chlhlren'a DMiee, Toy Wagons, Doll
Hiil'jiIch, llohhy HorM's, Fine Slliei-.piaiud
Wuro on Nlfhel Silver. I'lno Tiihh:-knlu,
U'liaiklll Itllir,'", China Viims nil . a (;ood ae.
leetloii of Chenp .leiM'lry. AUo line
Call HelU. l'leliireannd I'leluio Frames, mid
many oilier article too niiineinus to men
Ion, All a to Inviteil to cull. No, l.MI Coin
iiicrelal atetiue, beliveeu Mulh ond Tenth
blrccls. l-l-lui,
00 TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILDEItS' SUl'l'LY DEVCT
13J TKNTII ST11SKT,
TOU
Duorn, Niu.il. Mllnila. SloulUliiKa,
EvOnl-ra,(HoiMl) VIiii!iitv mid lluoi-
Frussira, rioorluir, I.fctli,
SIsliiKlrH, Ulnsird Hnati, (IIisbimI Mtr
I.lKlitH, Ulnami Trniiaoma,
Snah WclKhtN, Nnah l'tilllpa anil J
III las ii FiiHtmlng, IlootlnK
1'cll, llooIliiK Cement, IMasltrln
l'nrr, Cnrpvt Vrll, M illie
t.eml, I.luHod Oil, Auicrtrnii WIihIoii
Silnaa, KiikIInIi itnill'rpncls
I'lnln UIhnn, IMitty, Ulnzlfr's I'owli
Hs-sver IMpris l'litent 'liliunx
Klc, t:tr., Klc.
AOENTd lor Rock Klrel I'arr ConiK-nj'
HlioathinB Klt and (Juarti Ci mont
ll. W Joliu'a tJiprusud Hoollnu always ol
haml.
H. WALTEKS,
Ltiiiaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o efi-ry UtacrlpllDn,
LATH, SHINGLE, CEUAR FOSTb
' DOORS, SASH, IJLINUS
ohdees solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Kurnlahed cn a'lorlfnt notice.
Comuicroial-av, bot. 10th and llth-sta.,
CAIHO ILLINOIS.
7dT
WHAHF-IJOAT l'E01'lETOIl3. ; B1LLL1AKD HALL
Literal AdTanramnjla nifcle 11A11IH vt A l.K bit i'rop'r.
upon CLi(uinrntr. SA(
co.. iiAiirroitD.
vi' .. , ?;x.:r!.r"ln7a,.,:bTr', : ho p
INUKPENUKNr, IlOaTON, fell on cammif-lon, j CXCCIlini
'- W,bZW wniKlnm. ailindndliTiimmpIlT; 1 t t t t t a t t-v ... r.
Li I Li U 1 1 IV U T A 13 Li Hi S
SAl'I'OHD, M011IUS & CAN'DEE, J h. l. a ybh.
71 Ohio I.pvre. I
I:. .1. AYK.ISC
A V EHS t CO.,
FLOUR
AND
TEtlTONIA L I F E INSURANCE j
co:M:3?.A.33-Tr. 1
I
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ;
CENi'L.OKncn, 172 nVasiunqtonSt. GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS wines,
ACTIYA, SS50.000
Thli German I.lfc In. trance Company
Aud two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
I The saloon Is stocked with the he
I lirandsof
guarantees not only I'aiil-up I'ollclo hut
aUo n Value In Cah on the Non-forfeiture
plan.
IOHN A. mjOK, - - - Vrosldont
0. KNOIJELSDOUP, - . - Secretary
JOHN W. IMlCESa,
Aijentfor Cairo and Uclnlty.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvuk, Caiho, III.
l-7tf.
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
LIQUOKS,
tad CIGARS
, are compounded In the most approved style
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT ! J3T"Coinoand see lor yourself, jr
IMMK1KA.M' TISJItKT.H
INMAN LINE
Luerpool iN'eir.Yeik add Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
i-xocs comhact with i-!Htbi siatss akii SUtllll.
lOrtRMLKTS
For CarrjinR tUn Mails
VOlll'ABSAGE TICKETS
oa iiuiiirn imomation
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Act
IS llrosdway, Naw.Yotlr, or to
II. II oil lt,
Wanhlnutnn Atrnua, Cairn, Illinois.
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR HALE, FjrH. r VOl SALE
iOU SALE. KoriliJo 1 EOH HALE
Fnro from LivintrooL,
Karo frotn Lonucnukkht
Faro from Glahiow,
Faro from Quuknstown
TO OAIUO, !!!!!! 18 20
t'aflurJ, Mcnls .t CanJtc, Atn!i.
BISMA11K BUNU.
SECTION NO. 4T.
Association for promntliif! I.lfc Insurance
and i-lck Itellef by weekly duea und mutual
co-nperaliou in object" ol public bcnclit.
Tlio I. In Iniuraucc Policies will be l-nued
by the Teutoni.i Life Iimirunce Company.
II. MEYEUS.l'rcsidcnt.
JOHN W. VEUESS, Ao't.
2Mlr fir Culm niirt vli-lnltj,
norr.i s.
MiiN ciioss sruEivr,
CAUMI,
ILLINOIS.
Good stabling connected with the house,
und Hample room for i-nuunerclal truvclois,
l-'ree oiniilbii" to and from nil trains.
2-5 Omd. J. M. DAMKON, Proprietor.
VIOKSBURG HOUSE, j
On Commercial nvcnuu, between Twelllh !
:iud Thlrleeiith Mrecti.
(il.T.ST.S WILL FIND GOODllOOMS AND
TIIK VKUY IlEfT (IP HKIH
A.1 THIS HOUSE:
Tranlelit Patronage Solli-ltcd.
Jlit-. Klli-.n .McCauiiiy, I'ropr.
1-1011
AND TiKALKU IN
HAY, OATS, CORN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIKO. - - ILLINOIS
JOHN It, PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John I), (')iilha,)
GENERAL COMMISSION ! j
FOinVAP.DING MEUCHANTS
aan
DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTI1-ST. ami OHIO LEVE
OAIKO, II.I.H.
IIOUKN.
DELMON1CO HOTEL.
i;i:o, I. I'AY, I'loprlelur.
Watch kept day and night for boats and
train-.,
TEHMu TWO DOI.LAH8 PKIt DAY.
Ohio Lcu'i', coiner of Sixth ktrrct,
.ltf. OA 1 110, ILLS.
ST. .1AME3 HOTJSJs,
Norllieaat Corner Public .S'liiare,
VIENNA, ILLINOIS.
A.UAIIUTII Proprietor'
ThU lmuso has recently hern repaired und
urnMicd newly throughout. It Ih convenl
mt to tho hiiMni'fs houes nnd the court-
hoiuc. Oood sample rooms.
G. -M. A L I) E N,
kid- of Tliouiu X, Alden,
A N II
COMMISSION MERCHANT
I'l.OCIt, MKAI,, CHAIN, HAY, Ac.
No, 13." Ohio I.evkk, Cairo.
EjfC'ash advances on Goods on alight.
Iti:FKi:KNcr.8 : City National Hank ol
Cairo, First National Bank of Chicago.
M0.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FOHWAltDIN O MEUCHANTS,
AMD
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS i-oit FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levoe, CAIItO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE Si BRO.
FLOUR
AND
ciioral CoinmiHSioti Morclianta
103 OHIO LEVEE,
J f? 6 -
CJ - V,
. B " J -
CJ ts lJ Z Q
g ) o O S - . 'C
H 5 S s 0 e
O 'A S - B J
o $ -
g g g
( o o -
i rH S
) H H
) CO co 3
WIFi;h AN 11 l.lttOLllfi.
r. sMY'rn & co.,
WHlMSSttst(Sst SSSSltt4lt MS
"WHOLESALE OHOOERS, j
SsassaMtMa) Htt Miii(tNH"ii
OUIO LXYSX
OAIKO, ILLIMOI1,
Alio, kaep cocatantlj' on hand si most com
plats stock of
x.ia.TTo:RS-
icoTcn amd mian Tiuauiu
-n I N 8.
l'ort, Mndoria, Shorry and Oatwb Wlno i
RUMYTII'4 CO. aell Molualelr for cash, m
. "liicli fact thr InTlto Iho e-paelal alien,
tion ol cloaa harealn tmyra.
F. M. STOUKFLETII,
mocsasosi i roiiti a stocsnrtsi
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ohio Lkvxf,
CUBO, 'ILLINOIS
Kkarpson hand eonatanllr fell stork o
Old Kentucky lluurtioii, Use and kloncula
Whlakios, Franc h llranlla, lit I au
no and California Wtnss

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