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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1873.
J jllX It. ODGIMiY, Bllior smJ I'ub llsho
TKUM3 OK THE DAll. i'ULLETIN:
Ons week, by carrier t
One. year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier II not p ltd In
advance 12 00
Vne month, by mall 100
l bre months.., 3 00
SlriWr-tbi., t. 25
One year , 10 00
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY IWLLKTtN
John II. Oborly has reduced the subscrip
ts prlco of the "iVekkly Catiio Hullf.tim
One Dollar per annum, miking It the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois
the Influence of tho non-Mormon ecntl
mcnt exhibited by llio. young women of
Utah, and which per force muit bo con
currcd In by too opposita aex, might safely
.bo truitod to eventually tap tho strength
6f Mormonlsm. It would tncroly bo h
question of tlmo.
THE STATE CAPITAL.
WHAT OUR LEGISLATORS
Kixo Auadei of Spain, proposes to
Hr.srtr Ward llKxcnen comes 'West
Ihl week on n lecturing tour.
Cam county, Illinois, Is luflorlnt; n ter
rible visitation of Iho tmall-pox. Mostly
nil of .tho public schools have been closed
A rpkcial dl'pntch from Wmhtngton
to tho St. Louis 'Democrat' inys Vice
President Colfax Intends to-day, beforo
Judgo Poland's committee, to clear up the
mystery about thai $i,i!00. Tho whole
country, figuratively speaking, will hold
Us breath to-day.
Tue reception of Senator l'omoroy In
tuescnato on Monday Is described as be
ins f chilly character. After ho had
mado his personal explanation, only threo
persons congratulated him: Senators Pat
terson and tlarlan, "Christian statesmen,"
and Chaplain Newman.
Pom shot makes a swooping denial of
tho charges of brlbory uiado against him,
nnd wants "a special committee, compotad
largely of his political oppononts, to hives
vostlgato In a full nnd prompt raannor,"
itc. Ono thing is evident, somebody lies,
nnd it Is not whlta lie, cither.
Gov. Beteridue lias uot yet named hi
second cSblco for railroad and warehouse
commissioners, tho gentlemen first nomin
ated having nil three resigned. All Is
(pilot in Sprlngflald for the presont, and it
Is scarcely probablo tho governor will
raise such t storm of opposition by his sec
oad appointment as by his first.
Several, bills comprising the principles
of compulsory education nro now befjre
tho general assembly. Tho most promi
nent of theso is that introduced by Mr.
Show of Carroll county, tho gcnoral feat
ures of wh'.so bill, says the Illinois Stato
'Journal,' nro ns follows:
Section cno makes it the duty of every
person having under his control a child or
children, to eeml tno ittno to tho public
school at least twelvo weeks in tho yenr,
ix week of which shall bu consecutive;
under a penally of twouty dollar for
c' h failure to comply with tho provisions
ot tuo law.
.Section two provides that this penalty
shall not bo incurred in chsos whuru tliu
party so ncirlecllui; wasnotublo bv reason
of poverty to send such child to school or
to rurnmi necessary clotning nnu school
books for tho scholar; or that
such child bus Veen kept in nny
other than tho public schools for
thd requisite tlmo, whom tho required
branches aro taught ; or wliero tho pupil
lias already acquired tho branches required
to be taught; or where tho child is being
taught as aforesaid by private tutors, In
structors of governesses; or that his bodily
or mental condition is such that his at
tendance at school ennnot talio placo.
Sections three and four provide for tho
collections and disposition of tho Ones
Imposed by tho foregoing soctlons, per
mitting them to bo used to purchaso hooks
for poor children, or to bo applied as any
TIIH MOUMON QUESTION. .
The Mormon qucslhn looms up ns ono
oft present importance lncongress. It
is presumed tbero Is notvmuch difference
of opinion existing mong people of the
United States, outside of Drigham Young's
dominions, as to the evil of Mormonistn.
President Grant, it is saiJ, looks with
fuvjr on the bills, ono loforo each houso
of congress, looking to tho extermination
of the system, and refuses to encourogo
its friends with even the smallost crumb
of comfort, II ut however unanimous may
be the opinion of congress or the people,
that Mormonism is a tree of mischievous
growth, should le uproo'.cJ and
overthrown, the matter ot uoing so
is a subject ot difference find debate. To
lay tho ttx of congressional interference
at Us root by legislating to cut It otT sud
denly, may brlog It down with n crash,
but the crash would of nccesilty create
widespread distress and ruin. Tliu pro
ceedings .gainst Uio prophet und his
ciders a year or so ago olfectod nothingi
except to arouse some unfounded sympa
thy for them, oven among n cluss which
felt none for their peculiar doctrines. A
plan which will stay the tide of Mormon
ism whoro it is, promises mora certainly
for Us eventual disappcaranco than ono
which essays to sweep It out of cxistenco
by one strong effort The sentiment of
the Mormon populat!on,wblch will in a few
years compeco Us men nsd women, is said
to fcestrongly opposed to'a plurality of
wives. An association of marriageable
girls in Salt LVe City has recently boon
formed, the principal purpose of which Is
to bind1 each member to marry no man
who already has a wife, or one who will
not promise solemnly to not marry a sec
ond time during the life-time of, or while
he Ureil'wltb, bis first wife. A law look.
I of to tke prevention of dual marriages
n the future, working hand In band wth
Special Dispatch to tho Mlssonil liepubll-
SrruMiFiLn, Pub. 10. As tistinl on
Mondnjs tnt,ny of our legislators have
not tllitetitly recovered lio.n tholr nr
duous religious oxorciscs, incident to ad
journment over Sunday, to bo raitid in
their placo this morning. Tho Scnaio was
called to order this morning by Senator
Whiting, lcavo of nbsonca having b en
granted President Early, A cull of the
senate showed but iwenty-thrco senators
prcsctit no quorum. A rulo of tho scn-
uto directs that less tluin a nuorum tmiv
"adjourn from day to day ami compel tho
Httcndnnco of absent members." Under
this rulo Senator Cmnmlngs moved on ad
journment, which, under tho rulo wmld
bo until to-morrow morning. This was
defeated, and un ndjournmvut, deciJodlv
out uf order, until 2 o'clock p. in., carried.
Of courso no business was transacted.
In tho houio wns present it bare quorum,
and littlo business was transacted. Jn
calling tho roll of committees, to which
there wns scarcely n response, Speaker
Cullom took occasion to cuiisurn commit
tees for nppnront neglect of dtitv. Ha
stated, truly, tbnt loglsUtlon was" much
retarded by tho committees fulling tn
promptly report upon bills rofurred to
them. This crowinir evil should b
stopped nnd it Is hoped that the speaker's
roorimunu may ciieci so uointblo n re
sult. Amonx tho resolutions offered was ono
by Mr. Aloxnnder of Crawford, providing
that no stockholder In nny railroad com
pany shall bo eligible to tho ofllco of stuto's
attorney, attorney general, circuit or su
premo Judge. This is another evidonco of
tho peculiar views of somo members upon
legislative duty. A resolution providing
lor llio publication or two thousund copies
of tho first volumo of tho supremo court
aocisions wns nuopirn.
Mr. Scnnlan of Cook, rofurred to tho
fucttuot convijt labor had recently h.en
let out on contract for tho purjiosn of
invnutacturlng galvanized iron roofing.
This, ho claimed, would directly intorfcro
witli manufacturing interests in tho
branch rcfortod to in Cool; county nnd
vicinity. Ho was not so much onnoiod to
tho competition in manufacturing intaroAls
by means of convict labor, when such
competition was general throughout tho
stato, nnd not discriminating against n
certain locality as in tho prcsunt caso. Ho
offered a resolution Instructing tho poniten
liary commissioners in their contracts for
convict ltbor to interforo as littlo ns pos
sible with manufacturing Interests, which
wns adopted ; nnd n similar resolution wus
introduced in tho senate, oOuroJ by Sen
utor McGralh. Ssvoral now bills wuro In
troduced. Judgo Hradwell, husband of
tho Otilcago 'Lsgal News,' ofl'cicd it bill
to nuthorizj tho election of women to
school otllcos. It was ordorcd to first
reading and will doubtless soon como un
Mr. Quinn's bill, repealing section 15 of
tho fees und salary act, was read n third
time und voted upon. The vote stood Ci)
ii yes to 15 noes, when It appeared the bill
was lost uy reason ot a tacK or it const tu
tional quorum voting ulllrtniitivuly. A
motion to reconsider was filed. After be
lug briefly occupiod by routino business,
llio boii-u ndjournod until to-morrow.
Among tliu moro important bills before
tho senate is ono introluccd by S'riator
unsey, proviaing aor tno abolition ot tho
otlito of county suporintcudant of schools,
aim to proviuo lor organizing cuunty
uonrui oi cuucuiion. v o glvo it synopsis
of It :
Tho bill provides that from nnd nftcr
Tuesday ot the first Monday in November
next, tl;0 ollicn of county eupcrfiitcniluut
of schools shall ho abolished; und ull rlirhts
of property, and rights nnd cause of uc
tion, existing or vented in county biiperiu-
lenucms, tuau iiiereaitur vest in s.tia
count" hoard of educniion.
Iho county boarJs sbull bo organize 1 us
follows: The board of supervisors or
board of conimlniuncrj of each county, or
a ma orlly of them, thall meet tugothur at
their usuul placeof meeting, nt least thirty
iInj-s pruvious to tho general i lection in
Nuvomber, 1873, and appoint threo com
petent persons, to be slylad tho board of
education of tuid county. Tho members
of said board shall contlnuo in ollico fur
two yenrs, and until their successors nre
appointed; und. in cuso of a vacancy oc
curring, tha said board of supervisors or
board of commltsionur shall havo tho
power to Ull such unexpired term by
cum ooaru oi euucaiiou snail elect n
president nnd secretary, who shall con
tinue in office for a puriud of two vcurs.
and until a now board is urgantrnl, und
tni-y snail itcop a rccoru ot ttieir proceed
logs und transactions.
Tho meetings of tha board shall bo hold
ot tho county seat of each county, 'J lie
first shall bo held on the 8d day of No
vember next; ana tiiurcniicr the board
shall meet scml-nnnuully, on the third
Monday in Juno nd tho third Monduy of
iovembcr or each year, for tho purpose
of examining applicants for teuchers' cor
Ifiratcs, which certificates, when cranted,
shall bo signed by tho president aiid secre
tary of said board, provided, that tiny tlmu
when said board is not in session, tho
president of the board, after a careful ex
amination, may likewise issue teachers'
certificates, but no cortlfienu- so' Issued
shall bo valid lor a period of tlmo bovond
tho next ensuing meeting of tho board.
Each Applicant for it teacher's certifi
cate shall pay to tho secrttaryjof said
board tho sum of threo dollarr, und the
iccritury shall deposit tho mid ttiui with
tho county treasurer for the tisu of tho
county ; and shall alio llio with tho county
treasurer a written statomont showing
from whom, and tho amount recolvcd
from each applicant.
Tho compensation of tho board Is not to
exceed two dollars it day to each member,
but members nro to recelvo pay only fur
This, though h radical chango in the
law, seems to meet with general favor und
wilt doubtless pass,
Tho senate at its session this" nftornnon
consumed on hour in debating whether to
enforce tho attendance of nbiontees, und
"finally decided not to, as many had mis
understood the hour of adjournment.
Pinally h quorum was sccurod and busi
ness entered upon.
AFTER THE rULLJIAN CAJt COMPANY.
The special committee to whom was
referred tho alleged neglect of the Tull
man Palaco Car rompnny to pay cortnln
taxes assessed against hcm, and which
was somo tlmo slncn made tliu basis of a
law suit, by ronson of refusal of tho com
pany to nay thorn. Dy somo error In as
sessing the company gained the suit and
to correct the mode of sssrnant, tho
special committor) rocn-nmendiid tho refer
ence matter to the railroad company who
will drw up u bill requiring board of
supervisors nd county authorities In each
county to Hit tho ars of the company in
each county under the direction of the
railroad and warebouso commissioners, In
this manner it is Lellovcd tho grout cor
poration can bo to ud o to p.iy Its propor
tion of tuxes.
TUB ILLINOIS UEMTnAL.
Apropos of railroad legislation Sonator
Cusey introduced an Important bill in tho
senate this uficrnoon tu compel tho trus
tees of land grunted to the Illinois Central
rallroud to execute thulr trust.
The seveiilueiilh suction of tho charter
of tho company requires its trustees ut the
oiplrntiuti of tun jour niter tho comple
tion of tho road mid its brunches, to lUiiui
ally otTur tliu lauds of tliu company at
public sulo. Though completed lilleun
j curs, tho road has never complied with
this requirement. Senator Casey, last
s.'jsioii, attempted by law to riquiru thorn
t do to. His bill wus vetoed however,
tio governor claiming that It win
a matter for llio courts to deter
mine, !-'inco then tliero has been
an adjudication of tho quettlon beforo the
supreme court, who claimed liirllicr leis
lution as iiectssary. This bill whs framed
to meet such emergency und will doult
lusi pass. Its object Is to compel tliu sulo
of tliu lands so that they may become
taxable. There are, wu tiiulerstutid, nearly
30,000 ncres belonging to thuconipanv in
Jullersun county, which Senator C.isoy
reprisents. Urvut earn has been taken in
'druivlng up the tho bill. While it ubiol-
ululy compels trie company to sell the
lunu, it Is at tho same tlmu liberal in lis
provisions, und beyond question carriei
out tho Idea of the leglslatliru which
granted the company Its charter.
Tin: l.tQUoit qukstio;..
Several pulitlwiis for und against tho
repeal of tho liquor law were presented
und referred to eommltteo on mitcellaiiy,
wheta lliev will probably remain until
Uabricl ''sounds his trump.'1 Thcru is
urnat unanimity of sentiment in fnvor of
giving thu present law u fair trial htloro
umcndlng or repealing it.
it a it, 1(0 a t com M i s I on e r.i.
Agreeable to tho suggestion in these dis
patches, Mtcsrs. MtCren, Stlllwcll and
KobitiKin, the governor i appointees have,
or will, decline tho appointment, having
learned what tho 'Jtpubllcuii' stated sever
al days ago, that they could not bo con
firmed. Tho governor will probably
withdraw tho names to-morrow nnd send
In three from tho followim: "slate:"
John P. Iteynolds, D.tvid Lineger, 0.
Flttgi;, Thomas Uoyd, 11. M. llcidurnln
and Col. Morgan. It Is believed that
.Messrs. Floyd, Jlenl imili and Fin 2 2 rtaud
thu best show, and tha latter would
probably, suit tho farmerii. thouuh mnnv
of tho tigrlcnlturul conventions havo pro
nounced in tnvorof Uoi. .Morgan, whom
It is thousht tho eiivcrnor will under no
consideration appoint. It is also thought
no ts equally set against Lhtvu J.Inear,
though tho latter is certainly a fair politi
cian of tho clns who "run" caucujci.
Gov. Oiilcsbv h.n arrived in town, nnd
his comlni: is by somo aitributM to a do-
siro to "fix LliitiKs'' umlcablv for hit suc-
coisor. Unless, however, tho governor
makes satisfactory appointments, thsseri
ato remains firm in its Intention to reject
thine unsuitable It Is believed hil ex
cellency will tuko moro tlmo and, It is
Imped, mako a better selection than tho
ono ho If, indirectly, compelled to recede
ll'iom the Illinois State Journal.
The execution of Henry MoNuiln at
Pooria on Kridny last, for tho inunier of
his wife, has caused unusual excitement,
not only in tho vicinity of tho trMtisuctuii,
but throughout the state. Public oplnk.ii
i not milled Uj'OU tliu question uf his
guilt; many are disposed to think that he
thould not bo convicted, while others, and
probily it majority of thosu who iiuvu
uccn luuiuiur wun tuo tucts, nru con
vinced that it bad man met n just fate for
un Inhuman crime Tho cviduiiee which
led to his conviction was only circumstan
tial, rruo tuo umu or nis nrr'st to tliu
moment when thosignul wus given by tho
executioner lor tint latal drop, liu asavrted
his innocence jnd declared that lie '-whs
being judicially murdered. '' At noon of
tho day of his execution, and as thu lust
net in his cull beforo leaving it for the
scrttfold, ho addressed it letter" to tho uov-
ornor, in which, nmomr other thinus. ho
.Now that I nm within a fuw minutes
of my dentil, arid us J expect to meet ami
uo judged uy a juM tl id, 1 deem It only
proper tbnt I should writo yolt u fuw
word bulore my death, In otder that tho
cuuso of right and juslius hereuflcr may
bu benefitted by tho ui.iust mid unde
served ignominy that is to-duy indicted
on mo In thunumo of law. e
I fr(.c.ly, fully,
nnd nbsolutely forgive ull and every per
son who hns in any manner injured mu or
assisted in bringing about my death, nr.d
to each nnd overy ono oT t'hoso citl.onK
who litis tried to save my life, I give them
the only reward I havo to give: tho
heartfelt thanks of a mnn who dips guilt
less for tho awful crlmn for which ho is
condemned. Now, sir. in I hope for
mercy, and ns I firmly believo that I will
bo rewarded for thu truth Hnd punished
fur falsehood, hero, in tho presence ot
death, nnd with the scaffold beforo my
iye, I do most solemnly declaru beforo
God that I nin wholly nnd entirely inno
cent of tlio crime of murdering my wifo or
causlnt: her death in nny miinncr, ind
Hint I it in whtdly iirnnrant of the way In
which fhn received tho injuries that re
sulted In her death."
Our Homo Advertisers.
Clinrtc mil JJnvrli 31, 109.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIllO
A. It.SAl"KOItl. l'rcldent;
8. S. TAYI.OH, Vice-President;
11. IlVdI.OP, Socrclarj' and Trooiurer
P. M. tlSSCtAI,
P. II, BTorsrtrtn.
It. II, L'l'ilMilUIIAt,
J, It, rntairi
I'il t (1. Hi ii mi,
II. I'. lUtLlbtT,
llepnattii nl ntir AniouiH Itrrrl vert from
Ton I'culH L'siwnrtla.
TMKBWT pnil on Hfio!t nt the rulf ol Ml
JL porcitt. t'erainiini, Mureh 1st mid Hetilm
ler In. IniTPft not 'ltli lrfi In rlilod imnie.
diittel; totte prmolril uf clh,iln, thoutn
g'vm.n them coriimurvl lnint
llildllKIl WOMSW AND ClItLDIlEN MAT
I DKPOKtT ItONKT
m that ha asr. itr. can Dntw it.
Orfn OTfrjr ijiulij"- i y irom .tn. to n ii.m,.
nni !:urilji e7" .fix ler HA VINO DKl'OSI I't
only, from 0 to o cliH'lt.
o" W. HVSI.tll'.Trt.Asurnr.
TllR CITY NATIONAL
KTOVrK, TI.MVAKK. I'.TC,
Altn MADE SOLELY I1V Till:
EXOELSIOK MAXF'G COMPANY
ST. LOUIS, 310.
Aro doing more und
)ulelter mid Clirnprr
ihan any Statu tf tame cut.
AND Ol'LUATI". I'KKrrciXY
W'lW do your
Charter COOKTNG OUI3AP
t vil li am) ;i,t: v.
A N i
OA IHO, ILLINOIS.
u.i i uo,
e 1 00,000
W. P. ITXI.UIlJAY. rrc.Ucu ;
IIE.Nny U IIALMUtY, Vict.i'r'Mtnl
A. II. tiAVKOKD.Oai.hlcri
WALTER IIVSLOl', A H,,
nrHJ.Vl Tl"."11' !?'?" Ct CSOIJIIAll,
UIO. V. WlLLIAA.AO.1, f-.Tirnm lllht
A. II. HArrouti.
:xo!irni.;f. Coin n, t!ln riSnfru
tlumlii ItitiiKhi iiutl isoltl.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IHNini, HUltt', IW.Iect,
C. . I1UUIIK.S. Csnlnr.
CULLEC1ION8 .PKOM1TLY M-iIJK.
EXCIUNUE, coin, Mnk rol. itnj t'nilct.
dtnlee srcurilt l-ouaht uJ h'M.
'""I 4lnwil in T )
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDKRS' SUPPLY DKPOT
13J tkkth sritsisr,
riunnt, Nuxti.ltlliKtK, MonMlitkN,
rrntlHK, KloorlUK, I.atM,
fihlujclrN, lird 'KiinIi, Olitxiil HlHt
Light, UlnzMl Trnnnomii,
Sntt WelKlitu, Nimli I'lilllm nnd O
nilnd t'mtritlitKH, ItuolliiK
Fell, Itoonn S'enitnt, I'Uiterln
rr, Cnrit relt. White
I.cruS, IJdkcmI oil, Amrlrnn WliMlost
OIiskn, KukIIiIi iintll'roncti
I'litlo Ultmn, I'lttty, U.'ttBler'a PnwU
Hewer I'lpm l'ntrittt'liliuuvys,
',t Klc, Kit.
AflKNld tor Ilock ltifot Pipr Corji.M.'
Imii'l laiproTwl Kouflntf Blwr ot
S. WALT Kits,
HARD and SOFT LUtBER
o etery Ifsetipiion,
LATH, aUINULES, CEDAR POSTft
D0011S, SASH, BLINDS
Kutnlnt.nl oa i-'tortest notict,
Uommcroial-av, bet. 10th nnd Hth-sts..
I n .Ml U 1 1 A .Vf TltilV K'VS
LiTsrrool Wtw.Tmk Hint PlillAJtlfhU
C.tOI CONTRACT WITH CKlTtD StATSS AND BltHE
For Ciirrjing the M!U
FOIl PASSAGE TICKETS
NEVE R K OWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
t on Tlttt I'lIltMANEXT CUnK OF
CHILLS AMI Fr.VKK, IM'.MII A (SUE
OK AM' FOKM OP IN I Kit MIT
TUB OREATESTTiIsicJOVEIlY OK THE
Tliero aro no tlisr.ics so tli:ljllt,itliiL' In
tlirlr ctlurt Upon tliu t'oiistlttitluli r a tlio
aliovc, anil umio more illlllt'lllt to cure by
tin iimi.iI moilo oriiractlcc, Tlio Knier ami
.(,'il rowik'in will ftl'cct a curt- In caM'.i ol
Hit; liHiL'-tniaiiilln un tti'll u protc it pre.
Vflitltu In tin- running Mnsrcn ol tho tlluatl
ISchiff inir l ep'talile. tin y act with eVf
ta tity on tlio tlNca-c, totally crailL-atliij,' It
Irom tlui fjftcm, ami prcioiit u return at
any future period.
Wl.y wnsto your money ami licaltli In try
Iiir every invillcinu you licur or, wlicn
lliomjiini'ii Kvtoraml Akiio I'liwtleis liuve
never lalletl to cure tlio Clillls in any cnc.
REASONS WHY Til KV OsMA SHOULD
Tlicir- reputation Is cMabllslierl, Tliott
satiils of te'lliiiuulals htc lieeii rcci-lVetl.
llovvllli' tliat thu-e powtlvn liave perlnrmuil
liuruelen In luring euset of long utamiliu
many uf tliem enti-itlereil linpele.
Tliero It no rl-ls In taking tliem. Tlicy
eontaln notliui Injurious, ami, llirrelore,
nuno l thu llinteriinf tlln'aes soultiu the
result of the innny nostrums ot the ihy.
l'liytlclaui leeoiuuitfiiil Hi. in im nin'rlur to
riululno or any other kuntvii rcmeily, lor
tlioy leave the mstem in a healthv Mate, ami
thu patlont bej ond the prubahlllt'v or a re-
Ui:VAIin OP COUNTERFEITS. --Tlio
r7r,,.,"1.'lnrcJ,.ut.,,P 1,1 'uaro tin li.ixes.vllh
T I OU'soS'S FKVEK AND AOL'E l'OK'.
DKIts Mampeti on tlm lid, and the nlgnitnre
ot i iio.mi'.-u.v A ctSAivToitu on tho t rapper.
0MMMIIt.V AN MSHWABMMH.
Our Homo Advortiscrs.
SELLING OFF AT COST
FO11WAHD1N0 and COMMISSION
M E It C II A .1 Til.
DEALERS IN FJ OUR ;
Ani Agf on of
I1I0 rltVBtt kXb KANAWHA
MRS. MAIIOAHKT JACKSON
tormcrly Swander, Intemlliiir to remov
to Kentueky, dclie to dinposu or her lirl
and eleKantstoek ol K
ML X Hi Xj X 1ST El IR,
Itiitneillntch. In order to faelllltato tlio sale
to otlero"! ,,a(',",0" Iia J'e"iilned
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invito the Indies ol Cairo and slr'vtr
sasr'iSiSsw i,c,,re boo.j &
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them tinting hecn selected from
the Lite rail style, hence the ladles havo
rare opportunity io piirchaVo new and f1i
iomilile millinery uuo.t price. Ti, io
ciinMstt of hub. ribbons, iluivem, ho.ltr
l tdle ti ndenvcar. etc.. etc. l i.yUtl
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
i z. it. uxTUVtm..
st. o .uut
TIIK UhKAT r.TKKNAf. IIKJIKIIY TOR
V, H E U M A T I S M , XEU II A L -CIA,
SI' EA INS, ETC.,
a o o i ron max on nr. a sr.
Till", liniment has earned ror It'clf n repu
tsitlun iineiiialled in the hlMory or external
application. tgr'J'houani who now nut-fi'l-
rrom rliiMiinatl-in. neuralgia, ete., tvotlld
Ilml iinmcillalu teller Irom all pain bv lllm;
thl cet tain ii'iiiedv. It ! cimully effectual
in nit., Iniriii, rcafds htllTnPM nt tho neck, 1
Mire throat, swellings Irillamalloiif, frot
blteii, pain III tin' hie. or back, blten spl- '
icr or -tint,' or lnerl..
One nibbing will In all eaesf;le immedl
ate relief, and a few applications complete
On account of its towerful penetratlnj;
properllet It N bcyoiidiloubt the "iirest rem.
edy fur tho ino-t troiihloomi! i!l'c:ici to
which horses and cattle are liable. It euro
scratches old and reli cuts or cores ehafi-. ,
produced by the collar or saddle", liijiiric
fiiu-ed by n ill or splint" entering the tl'li
orhoor. briiUeK, sprain", MVuciiev, spavin
thni'li. and all dlcac which destroy the '
hoof" or boneK or tho rcet. !
XTi' till directions accomp.iuv each bot
tle. The above me prepared only by
CltAWKOM) ,t F01JE5.
Ill Market street, I'hlladclplila,
And old by utorckecpcrs generally thrijugU.
out the country, I:u it d-c-w
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc iiants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
IHucctiion to K. It. llondricxt 1 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
ilo KljhthHtrMt, tiMtrcoCammtnitliad Wh
nxton A-au, Is .II't riKHtlaf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
I t,i.TKT rxtt. AND WIKTKR BTTLKS),
I tSesiii full line of
1301TX-T23TS &c IX7V.O?3
ITrnnmwl and UDlrminm.JJ
1 r-r.NCJ KI.OWKR3. Itllllltl.Ni, TltlMSJI.MH
of ll klo I.. Irts, etc., ttc.
i'.tf. McfJo h Alto a Urt suiartoitnt o
, Ksunj-Attlclf s, nuch
NECK Tl.M. OMAni, UNflRnftLRKVlM.
And nil oih-r rticlm uiutlly lournl In
FIIIST-CLASS MILLINEKY STOKE
Jlrs. McfJee. in addition to her ntotk of
J Fancy and Millinery flood, ha a tin tone and
complete nMortment of Cliiclmutl (JUMolu
1 Made l.adlci' and .Ml'-i.' fchoe and Chll
) dretis' Hoot, Itlack and in Colors. 'I hco
I acknowledged to be the Illicit and bet
n the market, and this I the only
umi tiiaKen mem a fpecialty
Hi LLI XltttSi.
WUAltF-IlOAT l'ROPKIETOHS. BILLLIARD HALL
HAIIRY WALKEU I'rop'r.
LlbrJ Adtitnc)inbt mxla 2fy
upon CiiiUDmcDU. iTi
Are pr;irsl to receiTn, store end lomsrl
frelghtr to ill point ml buy and
clt on cumralHiion,
, This houe Is newly fitted up with two
I "nminii il nded to rMmptlf; I
n77r. OTaT.! BILLIARD TABLES
AYER.S & CO.,
31 il.N CROSS S ritEIiT,
Aod two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is mocked with the bei
Hood stabllnj connected with tliu hou-e,
and hamplu room for commercial travelers.
Free omnibus to and Irom all trains.
2-5 Gmd. J. SI. DAM HON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between Twellth
and ThlHccntli streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND GOODHOOMS AND
THK VEHY I1KST 01" BKIIS
.A.T TPXIS HOUSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
.Mils. Ellen .McCahtmy, l'ropr.
GLO. p. r.iv. Proprietor.
Watch kept day ami night for boats and
TEHM3 TWO DOLL.MIS 1'EH DAV.
Ohio Levee, corner or Slsth street,
2-1 tf. CA mo, ILLS.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Comer Public Sijuaie.
A. OAliUTH Proprietor
TliH houso has recently been repaired and
Iiirnl-hed newly throughout. It I ronvenl
out to tho hiimus hoiici and tho court
house, flood hainple loom.
GENERAL COMMISSION .MERCHANTS j miES,
No. 78 Onto Levkk, CAtno, Illd. ) LIQUOItS,
are compounded In the moit approved style
t2tTComuand KCe lor yourself, jrj
1L A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DRALKK I.V
1ZJi.Tr, OATS, CORK
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
JOHN ii. PIILLIS & SON,
Ihuccessorsto John II. Hhlllti,)
DEALERS IN IIAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cok. TENTD-ST. a OHIO LKVL
CAIRO CITY COAL
G. if. A L I) E 3f,
I.atu of Thoman & Aldcu,
l'LOCll, 3IEAL, UUAIN.HAV, Ac. !
No, 133 Ohio Level, U.uno. !
JSTCasli advanccH on (iootU on tight.
ltKKKHK.NCKrt : City National Bank nl
Cairo, First National llalik ofChlcairo.
W1KI-M ANU MHO 1'HSt.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
oi rrntiits ixratnATiox
APPLY TO JOHN 0. DALE,
MJJroaiwAj, KuwTork, arto
WAhlnk'inn Avmhik, Cairo, lUlncii,
FOR BALE, -i Fnrflaj. r FOR SALE
VOR SALE. Mfcl FOR SALE
prepitrsil to aapplr outtjmer with tti
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OltDKIlS left at Halllday llros. olllce. 7
onto lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below the
.St. Charles Hotel, will recelvo prompt atten
tion. The Tun "Montauk" will brln-r coal
uiiii!ri.ili' to neitmnrH at any hour.
MILLER & PAIIKEH,
Also, krep comUnlly nn hRiid tnnit com
plt stock at
Faro from Ltvr.nrooL,
Faro from Lo.vdcndkuht
Faro from Olaho.(v,
Faro from Ql'UKNflroww
CAIRO, ; t : t ; : ; if d 6 20
t'arTvnl, Moult A Cioiiltt, Agrutt,
Offlco of Cairo City Fcrry.Co,, 1
Caiiio, Feb. 4, lisT.I.
Nntlca I s hereby given to the Mocklioldcrs
of tho above iinmed company, that an at.
cssinent of nineteen (IP) per cent, or ?l) 60
pet share upon tlio capital lock of said com
pany, has thli day been mado by tha board
of illi'celn, and that tho stockholder, are
required lo pay the same ut the olllro or the
trv:stiror,nti follows, iz : ."iniieiicli shaicoit
March 1, next, and $i ft) on each shurn on
April I, next, In accordant'1) with the char
ter ami by-lawn ol the company.
li-O-tllSt. Titos. W. 11 allipav, Scc'y.
louTou avd inmn wuisaiiri
Vort, Mdorl, Sborry nd 0twbft'W'ioi
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN P aym a co. m-ii wio.iTeiy 'of ";.
' i lv, which fact lhr lstl Mm pell
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRBANK'S SCALES J
Ohio Levee, CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
IV, Willi',, IIK, .
I tioD of olos Imrvaio Ini7r.
I n i, ir L' l l, rn if
F, M. BTUSjnsJ? aj i
fooouioa t foiiLi s iTooirtira
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE & DUO.
oncral Comiutitaloa Merolunls
183 OniO LEVEE,
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Oino Lkvef,
oa,i ao, jbbiNoia
f-f Rkeensoa ItKod eoatttntljr fall stock 0
Hol.t KiotuckT Uourboa, Kr and KonoaU
iib Whiskies, rrtnoh HruitlM, lid) tu
" und California Wln