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JjllX a. ODEULY, Editor and 1'iib llsho
TERMS OF THE DAI1A BULLETIN I
On week, by carrier , $ 25
Oaf yaar by carrier, In aavauco 10 00
One year by carrier It not p ild In
advance is 00
"VHe month, by mall ; . i m
JttoonlM , a 28
One year ', 10 00
. IIUC DOLLAR WEEKLY ntLLETIN
John n. Oberly has reduced the aubscrlp
' . on price of the WitKiar Cairo 'Juli.mtin
Ono Dollar per annum, nutiaf it the
cheapest paper pu,Ml!ie4 In Southern Illluol
Jul m, n
IWukiu did Durant's money go?" It a
quea'.lon which divide! Importance with
"Whero hall Pomamy'a ttmnaT t,oV-
Gov. UnvEniDOK nut appointed lion,
"John T. Stewart of Springfield, oae of tho
itatc-hpuie commissioner, itr., Stewart
it a Democrat, and It l bolleyed tbe ap
pointment will be confirmed.
"n NtHAMT.WALEtti.of Aurora, vico John
vooa,mna Jesso Bishop 6f Williamson,
tIco E. J. I'almer.bave been appointed by
the governor, commissioners of tbe South-
rn'Iniano aiylum at Anna and the Hot
. mal Unlvorsily at Carbondalo.
Tbe publisher and patroaizers of tbe
patent "outside" or "inlde'' newspaper
sheet aro in a stato of uncailncM regard
ing the propoiltion now before the United
"jutes annate to permit "only such papors
'td circulate freo within county limits as
'aro wholly published therein.'' Its puss
age would cut ofT the free circulation Id
their, .own counties of all newipspers'ustnc
patent "outside" or "inside," m.d hence
it it strenuously opposod by tho country
t Is iiilrw-
.Tub abdication of King Amadous of
Spiiin, and the adoption of a republican
form Of government by tho cortcs, aro
earcely startling evonts In tho country
Srhetu thoy'haro occurred. Spain has
long been distracted by semi-revolutions
.and oft-recurring Insurrections. Ami.
deus baa quitted a throne which has been
shaking during his occupancy of it, but
that the republic will endure U a predic--lion
few will beltsvo as likely to bo verified.
Tue railroad and warehouse commis
sion matter Is only temporarily quiet.
Tho supposition that tho three commls
sloners appointed by Got. Beveridga, in
conscquencooftho opposition manifested
against ,them bad withdrawn from tbe
contest, appears to be without foundation.
Mr. Sttlwoll has declined, but the lcttors
of declination of McCrea and Robinson
were placed in tbo bands of friends who
still bold tbeui and who are in tbo mean
time making strong efforts to secure vcUot
enough in the senate to obtain a coflrina
tion. This being tho case, tho matter is
at a standstill, and conjectures as to its
outcome yield nothing satisfactory. A
dispatch from Springfield says 11 it is full
' time tbo matter was settled some way, as
1 its constant discussion interrupts and de
' lays legislation.' ' Aad tb-eMsoplc in all
pa-ts of state will agree heartily with
Mr.lfaba'osiefir .friends in
"Washington. They rptrd bis testimony
-Wore tba Credit Molillcr company as a
complete vindication of tbe cbargo that
be received $1,200 lrom Oakes Aracs.
Colfax's defence, says a special to tbe
Chicago;' Times,' "was exceedingly long,
but tbe substance and sum of it is that
about tho inlddlo of Juuo, 180?, Colfax
received from Geo. F. Neabltt, of New
York, a $1,000 greenback, inclosed in a
letter as a present. Tnls formed, be
claimed, part of the l,lto deposit of
June, 1601, which corresponded so well
with tbo dividend check which Amos
handed blm. Tbe man who tent the
greenback 1j dead, the letter enclosing
It is destroyed, and as the writor de
clared that no ono know of his sending
it, no evidonco is retained but the recol
lection of CM fax's sister and stop-father,
wtio itstjued to-night that it ws received
as CoHnx maintains. As to the further,
development to-day of tho entry in Ames'
bookthat bu was paid still another d.vi
drrid, Coltm contents himself with sim
ply denying h."
And here we have Colfax's long expect
ed dffenco and a lamer or a weaker on i
could not well have been devised, even
by the sailer himself; He might have
done better, lie should not have put
Into the giave the benevolent friend who
gavo blm tho sum of one thousand dollars
as a present, and lost his letter, contain
ing the gift, too. Ho should have taken
caro of tb letter and produced it boforo
the Polsvnd committee Colfax has
shown himself, in addition to his other
faults, a little bit stupid.
CURTIS, NAST AND THE HA It
PEUS. (From tbe Chics jo Times.)
While Mr, Curtis Is on tho tapit it may
Hot be uninteresting to give publicity to
somo Tery spicy gossip current about
himself, 'Harper' Weekly,' and Mr.
Thomas Naet the famous caricaturist of
tbatjournal. This particular information
is not furnished by Mr, Curtis, In fact,
lie will be as much surprised as anybody
Is at reading it In lb 'Times' this morn-
'"tUrpef Wtekly' it nothing if not
Isif stout rivalry ns' to"whtim most is
which. Mr, uurtls thinks tin is Harper s
'Weekly,' and Air. Nail thinks tbe same,
and between them thero is tho detics to
pay. With tbo proprietors Mr. Curilt
Vldonlty has the Inside track, but Mr.
Mst it ant awkward customer to keep
JWlthldi .'thai ibouddi of dictation, llo
knows that ho can do about ns bo ploascs,
and ho is determined to do just us ho
Durloi; tho recent political campaign
Mr. Curtis was inclined to espUusu tho
cause oi uoiac urecley, tiul ciH would
none of it. ll hf, "i'nore is ho Held lor
a cartooner on tUnlside. The Qilg alwns
wins. 1 shall go with tbo Hug"
Curtis woulu frequently say after somo
particular diabolical, sldv-sufittliig car
ti.. i. i . .i.n. "(ni. v....
this won't do; Air. urvuivt is n centluinuti;
be is too well beloved by tho people tu bo
so rldlculvc: you must hereafter submit
vour cartoons lor ininectlon."
11 ut Mr. Nust uevur would and did not
submit as he UHStnld; on the contrary, ho
warmed with the If (j tit, and nultiier -Mr.
Curtis nor tho Mtstrs. llarpor uveriaw
th" political sko.chel until after they ap
peared m print.
After the election Mr. Curtis was nulto
willinir to beceut tho honors, and receive
tho compliments, which tho pnrtisans of
tbo administration believed wcro uue to
thoujournal ho represented.
Suverul mouths ai;o. so the story coes.
the rivals bad occasion to visit Washing
ton city together. '1 hoy put up at Uic
samo hotel, and while Mr. Curtis, did tbe
honors of 'tba white house, ntitl whs check
by Jowl with senators and cabinet officers,
poor l'as,l minded his room, und nobody
know that tho crcat cartoonist was In tbo
city. Alennwhilu Mr. Curtis took frequont
occhsion to tell 'ust that on tho next day,
and alter that again on tbe next day, ho
would introduco him to tho president, but
ho always failed in coming to time.
It so happened on day that ono of the
president's nrivatosecretarics dropped into
tho hotel, und seeing tf nut's name on tho
reulstor. sunt up his card. Un meeting
the crcat ponciliet ho expressed his sur
prise that ho had not called at tho whlto
nous, aim concluded bv suyinc, " Uomo
right along, my carrlago is at tho door,
una i n drive you over ; l Know tue presi
dent will bo gliid to see you." lfat tried
to e xcii'o himself, hut tho eccrctnry would
unite f it, and o they d'ovo to tuo white
huUfi", wheru the cartoonist was received
with mitrked attention, and invited to din
ner. In fuel, tho prosident mailo quitu
a lion of him. Toward dark ho
was again driven to his hotol
An hour or twu later Mr. Curtis called
upon him and again rcmatkrd that ho
would presont him nt tho whlto houso
on tho following day. Mr. Xast then
informed him that ho had boon there.
"When?" asked 'Mr. Curtis. "This af
ternoon," nnswored Mr, Nast. "Indeed!"
said the pulssaut editor, very much aston
ished, and evon ruoro chagrined, "bow did
you come to go v " Tho president s sec
retary cailoa for mo.'' " Ah, cu, em, Jlr.
Nast," rejoined Mr. Curtis, " I am sorry
you went; you should not bavo gone;
consider your position without a formal
introduction, aud in that dress, too ; in
deed, indeed, you should not havo gone."
Uut at ho had been tbero was an end of it.
Tho point' made ucainet Vast br the
Ilarpers and Curtis is that ho is getting to
bo. bigger than tbo paper. Tho point is
no doubt woll taken. 'Harper's Weekly'
without Nast would not be what the peo
ple look for. His employers aro forced to
acknowledge Uls power, but und it ex
troinu'y irksomo, and would givo tho
world to bo rid of bim without doing Irre
parable damago to the paper. Uut
wbotbor or not it will do injury to tho
pipr 10 navo nmi icaro it, nicy uavo
about doterminod to put ' him lu
tho background, and readers of tbo
'Weekly' will remember that thoy
bavo seen vary little from bis pencil du
ring the past month or two. The" will
probably se lefS before they too more.
Thero U talk of 'ast starting a paper on
his own account, and there Is also n rumor
that he will associate hlhnolf with 'Frank
Leslie's Mews.' "Whether anything will
over come of all this talk rcmulns to bo
seon. Probably tho present unplcnsant
ness will bo smoothed over, and Thomas
Nasi' s bold imprint may appear for mnny
years to comx in the 'Weekly.' Hut this
much is certain, that thern W no love lust
between Mr. Curtis and Mr. Nust Just
THE CAIU6i)AiLY;15ULLETIN, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 141873.
1 k I 1 I I '
Isist. (Uuls, JIUsourl. railway to Tsw
dsfoot; lhrotj1i tti'.ticl coal arid Iron
ltttosiuwhttitlio adjnccnl'to tlieni on
tS sooth, fur" tho bcilelit of their man
ttfiicturing Interests J m railway con tac
tion lft Uuntersvllle to Opclika, Qoorgla,
and Florida with the short-line to tho
Atlantic ocean; that tho Ohio, Tennes
see and Warrior Itivcr Ittiitnmd company,
by their routo'from Iluntsvlllo nitlbwct
toward Cairo, Illinois, and their lino south
to tho river, thunco iliverpins south of
Tuscaloosa ond Gdnfcrsvlliej will tlfect
tho dci I red connection and hnvo their
hearty approval, and thoy pledge earnwt
co-operation to this tnovaiuent.
Tho mcelltip requested the county ronrt
and tntinlcipnl outhnritlcs, at tho proper
llmo, to submit to tho people of the county
and the city, respectively, the proposition
of th Ohio, T iincfSMMind Warrior Klvrr
Htllrnrtrl c6mpany, fur thn cotiplctlnn of
snld )lno of railwiy, and pVdued thi-m-selt'es
to the cordliil suppvt of a liberal
subscription to tlint eirrct from the city of
Iluntsvlllo and county o' Mttdiviti.
FIRE AND ilARINE
Tiff El XT 3Rj -A. TsTOIES
NIAOAKA, V. T.,
GEB1IAK1A, K. T.,
K,,t 1.0M.7J1 U
AMfH , lit MJ
RKl'OJILIC, K. T.,
Comprlslbg the Underwrltor.' Asincjr,
TONKKRS, N. T.,
A.ret 6-8 l 61
COMHINHIIS.M AM jrOMlTAKDlHU.
. . '.; . f. '
KUUWARDLVQ and COMMISSION
M Kit VII ANTS,
DEALERS IN FJ OUR ;
Acd Agents of
iniO XtVKR AKli KANAWnA
70 Ohio Levee, .
M,193 23 I
jirrmeh'h rnNn, 9. r.,
BCUIttTr, N. T. MARIKX,
Htoirs. threlltom. Furniture, Hulls and Csr
Kom, tu-itrcd ut rain a lncraUuM aauad, pr
uinneul securitv will warrant.
I retpeotfully k of tlio cltlteaxol C-
I Z. I). MATltUSS..
K. C ,CU1
MATnUSS & UUL,
W. II. Morris,
II. It. Cand I C O M M I S S I ON M E K C HANTS
Nn, Pub. und t. H. Cam
RAILROADS IN NORTH ALA
BAMA. From the Memphis Appeal.)
Wo leel deep iiiterual iu ml that con
cerns tbe people of .North Alabama, fur
thero is no spot in this broad union en
deared to us by so many hallowed associa
tions. Nor(h Alabama Wus desolated by
lbs ravages of war, but it Is still 11" luod
of brlglil promise. Uer ultimate destiny
is graud. A bright day is duwning upon
her. Xorth Alatiuma may well be proud
of her miner,.l resources. Thero is a line
mine of lithographic stone in Tulladegii
cou'ntv. which would be verv valusblu if
well, developed. They have a mi no of
nickel to J?nerson county. (Jonl-oil in
small quantities has also been discovered.
Its mountains of iron aud mine
of coul are well known to all
the world. In Walker county tbe coal is
so abundant and rich that it takes up al
most tbo wholo county. The tame thing
is true in respect to Fayette county. Coal
also abounds in Tuscaloosa, Si ho I by,
DeKalband other counties. Tho prom
ise of tho futuro grandeur of North Ala-
burna has in.pired tho energies ot her
ion, aim tney nro determined to wotlt
until the glory of tholr section is (accomp
lished. Our friends in North Alabama
liuru tuken a new start in tbe race tu
tjrcutnesi. A largo and enthusiastic
meeting was held at lluntsvillc a few days
since, ut which it was shown that the
city of Iluntsvlllo is situated in
itiu in-art 01 a uuo agricultural country,
Immediately adjacent to a rich an unde
veloped mineral ruglon peculiarly adapted
tu lomiutuctures, and ou n direct line trotii
St. Luiii., the central city of tho continent,
h tb-1 shortest routu through tho great
eoituu producing states, to tho Atlantic
eabunr-J; that a diversity ol industrial
pursuits Is titcoiS'iry totecuro to thn com
munity tbe power, tbe wealth aud tbe in.
fluence to which nature by its lavish gifts
has titled them, acd Dial to accomnlith
this it is necessary to avail thomselves of
all tho advantages or their position. It
was shown in this meeting that North
Alabama was without adequato railway
facilities, and that a properly diversllled
rallwoy system from North Alabama and
Central Alabama was necessary to de
velop their great mineral resources. c.
tablisb and successfully maintain mnnu
fac uros, and to aid and to stimulato their
agricultural Interests, Tho meeting
raised resolutions, in snbstanco wolcom-
ing with profound satisfaction tho adop.
tlonof the system of railways, popularly
known as "Jiarrow-gaugc," peculiarly
adapted to the wants Jt
the South, on account of small cost,
light interest account ond operation ex
penses, and adaptation to tho wants for
cheap traniportutlon, and especially to
tho means for construction, That the
system reqclrod for their Immediate
wants and development ar.i a railway
via Pulaski and Jolnisonvillc, Tcnnwsoc,
to connect with the narrow-gusge railway
now tslng completed from Cairo, Illinois,
FlllE, HULL, OAKQO, LIVESTOCK
Alt 5.tl9.Si u
WORTH AMERICA, PA.,
A;-?t t:.Ti3Ms 00
Asset . ?:,5s4,ilo:2
At ...S1.7S1.1SS M
INTERNATIONAL, H. Y.,
sif ti............. ,siu,c;a ti
Ascts... tl55,S7j H
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Afif tioo.eoo t
CO.N.NECTJCL'T .MUTUAL. LIKE,
Aeiet... t,ouo,ooa 00
TRAVELERS', UARTKORO, LIKE AND
AstBt 1M. 11,500,000 I
IIA1LWAT PAHSENOURS A'-SUllANCE
Vte JWiO.OOO 0
INUKf ENDKNT, UOSTON,
A"i-t ICSO.SC2 00
SAFFORD, MOR11LS & UANDEK,
71 Ollln I.HM,
TKUTONIA L I F K INSURANCE
of chicago, illinois.
CEsr'L.OmcK, 172 WAsitiNQToNSr.
This Ocnnan Life ln:irnncn Company
guarantees not only I'ald-up rollcici but
alo a Value In Cash 011 the Non-forfeiture
fonN A. nUCK, - - - President
U. KNOBELSDORF, - . - fcjocrotary
JOHN W. I'ltUEdS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
J. M. rillLLIl'S k CO.,
(SJjccesiors to E. h. lien Irlcin A Co.)
Forwarding ttnd Commiasiou
yteSs Liberal AitTfin'rmoum miule aSSy
oBU uiod CooxiK'acieaU. 5
Aro prcrsrrd to reciTo, store anil lorxsrd
fmghtr to all points nd bur and
sell on commlasion,
rUulnra itod't to i.rnmptlT;
S. IJ. AYEKH. U. J. AYEIIB.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MKRCIIAiNTS
No. 73 Ohio Lerxe, C'aibo, Ills.
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCIIAN'1
AND DKALER IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
SIXTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting l.lfo Iinurance
and hick llellcf by wrekly iIupk and mutual
co-operatlou in objects ol publle benelit.
Thu Lite In-uranee Policies Milt be ltlcd
by the Tcutonla Life lusuranco Company.
11. MEYKK3, President.
JOHN W. 1'ItUESa, Ao't.
"Mir for rnlronnd Tlrliittr
1IENUY II. MEYER,
lKCOItATIVL'. SION ami OIINA-MH-NTAL
(JRAINLVO AND MARRLINO
ol every Dc'erlpllon.
DECORATING AND GILDING
lu ovcry "tylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to (linn (lllillus
Unlet Kiliclted for ricenery, Fresco anC
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
(illt, plain and ornamental. All wmk In
trvtcd to my care villi ho promnlly at
tended to. bbop In l'crry llotuc, cotntr of
Commercial avenue aud KIkIiUi street.
JOHN B. PIILLI3& SON,
(Successor to John B. I'hiltU,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour,' Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTIl-ST. and OHIO LKYf.
G. M. ALDE.N,
I.ato of Thomas & Aldcu,
KLOUlt, Mi: A I,, GRAIN, HAY, Ac.
No, 13o Ohio Lf.vue, Cairo.
E27"Cn)!i advances ou Goods on sight.
lturKUKNCKs : City National Hank ol
Cairo, First National flunk of Chicago.
Has now on baud oil kinds ol
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For sale. Leave ordcis nt
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or nt corutrof TwelitU nod l'oplar. tf.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS rou FAIRllANK'B SOALKS
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD UITTENUOUSE & IUU).
cneral Couiuiisslon McrcLsntis
183 OHIO LEVEE,
. Our Homo Advertisers.
rtsartersxl Marrfa f 1, INI,
OITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFFORD. l'resld.nti
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
U. liYSLOl, secretiry and Treasurer
r,' .V 8.Tc'n. Pavl U. Bcueu,
K- It. UcaaiauuAM, 11. V. IUihuai,
J. a. Paiturs.
OrpvalUol aar Amonnt RrKflvMliom
Tess Cent Upwnrtla.
.NTKIIK3T paid on ilcponlts at the rsle el ,11
percent, prr annum, March 1tatil Htftnn
lift 1m. Interest Qui wllhlMn In mIuchI iinm.
iliateljr to tl principal of the ilepualts, ttieri-ln
H'liBH thpin coiniuunJ tuurr.M
MAKIltkll WOMRN AHU OUILDRKN MAT
Sil TWAT HO tUt OiN DRAW IT,
Open Lu1d" Uj rrom 1 .m. to 3 p.m.,
anl Ki!dM rr .en lor HAVINO DEPOSIT
oal, from t in so clock.
uotl W. IlT3L0t,.Treiirr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, 7" .. elOO.OOO
W. P. IUM.WAY, Prrtlden :
ilKNItr I.. HALLWAY, Vlco-PrMlJent
A. ILISAKFORD, Cnhleri
WALTER U VHI.OP. A li'M.IX, I
Htaajs Tittot. lld.,Br II. Cvxumatuii,
Haiat I.. lUtiiD.T, W. P. HtLiibtr,
Qso. U. Watumo, Httrntx liiaa
A. 11. Hitrunu.
Eaelsisasif, 'alis Mil I'nltnl Rslea
Donil HonKhS nssd Wold.
EPOH1TS relfd, aad a general Unklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANlr.L I1UHP, "rMl.Unti
KOIIKltT. M(t...?, ics.re.lleat
C. S. ULOHES. Cannier.
CDLLECTION8 l'ltOMlTLY MADE.
EXCIIANciK, cnln, tiank no'. as J Ualti;
Utatts curltlss bought and told.
lat.rnl Allnwmf on T-nTt
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUl'I'LY DEPOT
13 TENTH BTBET,
Doors, stnats, HIlBda. Monlillnaa.
CnTetinttcra.lnood) Window und liuut
frinr, Flooring, Itli,
NUIokIm. CIUbckI fsaats. OtnaKd Ntile
Ughta, Ulaatd Tranaoms,
Haass WatchU, Hssats Pnllsea and O
Blind Fiaatcnlnr. Hoofing
rait. Honing Osnant, Plaaterln
I'aper, Crpet relt, White
Lrd, IJnaed oil, Amrrlrxn Wind
Glaaa, Knstllab audt'rench
finte Ulaaa, Pnlly, Ufnalrr'a Fossals
Heww IMprs I'lilenl Cliliuaea,
etc., ttr., Kt4
A OKNT8 lor Hock Kltri Prr Compao;'
tl. W John's iaiproTd KooflnB alwar cr
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
n Mttf dxtcrlptiuu,
LAT1I, BU1NOLKS, CEDAR POBTt:
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
furnished on shortest notice.
Commercial-av, bot. 10th and llth-sbj.,
MISS M. J. UAHSOm
Wishes to call attention to her stock nf Toys,
Notions and Fancy Goods und Ktaplo Arti
cles ciiii-Is'Iiis ol Doll lu ureal variety,
Ladleit' Work-boxes ul linn iuality, WrltltiL'
Desk', Children' lllics, Toy Waoim, Doll
RuyKle!1, Hobby IIores, Kino tilhur-iilatetl
Ware on Nickel Silver, 1'ine Table-knlvos,
Kuapkin ltiuKu, China VatiM, niui a Kood se
loctiou of Cheap Jewelry. Abo tine
Call llclli, ricturoH and Picture Frames, and
many other articles too numerous to men
luu. All are Invited to call. No. 1&0 Com
mercial avenuo, betwecu Ninth and Tenth
Ofllco of Cairo City Ferry Co,, 1
CAIlto, Feb. i, lb73.
VntlA I u Iiav.iIiv Ittvan lit IliA avtA.tV'tl fslfl fir
of thu above named company, that un iik-
...u.t.i..i.i ..r ..(.....A..,, io un. caiii np iftl r.n
-V'"ltlVIIV Ul ll!l IVl IV 'v. .v.i...'. r im
jut idiare tipnu tho capital tock of said com-
pany, uas tins uay necu mauu ny mu uoaru
nt Hlpnilni. nmi lli'.l thn btfiiiLrlintiliirri urn
re'iulred lo pay thu same at tho oltiva of tho
treasurers follows, viz: (A on each share on
M-lt'.ili I n.vl n n i
April 1. next, 'in accordance with tho char
ter and by-laws ol the company.
J-O-dlilt. Tuoe. W. Ualupav, Sec'y.
NEVEWKKOWN TO FAIL
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
roil THE I'EUMA.NKNT CVHIt Of
CHILLS AXI) FRYER, Dl'MIl AUE
OH ANY FORM OK IXI EKMIT
THE GIlKATKiStluTcOVERY OF THE
Thero nro no discaes to debilitating In
their effect upon thu constitution t a the
above, and none mom JlllktiU to cure by
tin UMial mode of prai tlio, The Kcvrr and
Ague rowdern will ellctt u cure In caies of
the longci-tstatidliiL' as well a prove a pre
ventive In tho fiirniTiifr sIhkch ol the illcacd
Helm? pun l) vegetable, th.-y act with cer
ta nty oil the dleae, totally eradleatlmr It
Iromthe ajftem, ntid prevent a return at
any luture period.
Why waste your money and health In try
liilf every m.-dlcinu you hear or, when
ihonip.on's Keerond Apite I'owdirs hae
ueer tailed to cure the chills In any case.
REASON'S WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
Their reputation Is eitabllhod. Thou,
sands of testimonials hic been receded,
showing that tliese powders have performed
miracles lu l UrlriK case of lonjr ataudluif
many or them considered hupek-ts.
There Ii no rLk lu taking llicm. Tbov
contain nothing Injurious, aud, thereloru,
none ol tho Ilncrliy dlseaaes so orteli the
leMilt of the many no-trums ol the day.
I'hyMclaui recommend tin mm superior lo
fiuinine or any other kiinwu remedy, lor
thry leave the stem in a healthy utate, aud
the patient beyond the probability of a re-
IIKU'AIIK OF COUNTERFEITS The
rT',.,.'Hl,".?.ar,'Jl", "I1 iuare tin boxes. with
', ! ,';M,.a0 '1 VEIl AND AGCi; I'OtV
DI.IIS statnp.Mi cm tbe Ild, and the slgtnture
ol 1 iijimimoN ft CK a wFoi'b on tho w rapper.
-No others can pos.ibly be genuine.
Our Homo Advertisers.
SELLINO OFF AT COST
R II E IJ 31 A T I 0
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swandcr, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose or her large
and elegant stock of
Immediately. In order to faclllltate the sale
of her goods, Mrs. Jackson has dclcrtulued
to offer the
ENTIRE 8TOCK AT COST
And fnvltcs the ladies ol Cairo and b-'-i:ty
to call on her If they desire good bart..ius.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most nf them liavlnjr been selected from
the late lull styles, hence the ladles havu
rare opportunity to purchase new aud
louablo millinery at cost price. The stoe
coii'lstsof hats ribbon., flowers boiler
ladles underwear, etc.. otc. 11-30U'
n KlKhthHtri-el,llwfKnCorom!r5laIaail Wash
'mum Anue, l 'tal'r rcltin
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST TALL AND WINTKR BTTLI,
H'liotl a lull hoe or
oaoisrisrETB & i-iats
ITrimmfl anil untriminol,)'
CliK.NCd KI.OWKIU. ItltSIIKNd, TKIMUIN11
of all kloil., Laees, alo., etc.
Mr.. Merle lis. alio a lr a.iortmeat o
r ncj Aiticl-, .iich
t NKCIt Tl..". OLI.Arm. UNnKnMLEEVES,
nui r., MA1IIW, ka.x,
An t all oihrrarlicloa u.ualljr louni In a
FIRST-CLASH MILLINERY HTOKE
Mm. Menre. In addition to bnr rtock of
ancy and .Millinery Good., hasa tinssone aud
p rnnliifn i.uirim.ni r
- i .""-in "I .IUUIUUUkl uu-ium
I co do Udle' and Mlswa tiboes and Ubll
i Man Hoots, lllack and in Colom. These
I reacktiowlcdircdto be the flne-t and bet
i , n the market, aud tlili It the only
tin-city that mako them a .peclally
THE OhK'AT KVTCUSA C HESIKDV FOIt
It It E U M A T I S M , NEURAL.)
G I A, S I'll A IN'S, ETC., I
GOOD FO n MA y 0 ? UK A ST.
Tlilt liniment has varucd for ltelf a repu- .
tatlnn unequalled In the history of rxtern.il
application. JSTThoiiMiidi who now nil-
icr noin riieuiiiuu'iii, iiviiraiuia, nr., wouiii
UihI immediate rellcffrom all pain by ii.Iiil
this certain rtmedv. It Is equally rirectual
In cut-. Imrn., soafil, ktirfnemi of the neck,
sore throat, swcIIIiim, Intlamatlnti. fruit
blti'v. pains in the Mclc, or back, bites of pl
ters or ntlnss of iiiects.
One rubbing in all rase give Immrdi
ate relief, aud u few applicatious completo
Ou account of its twiwrrfitl penetrating
properties it is beyond ilouht the Mirot re m
cdy fur the tnot troublenme dtcae. to 1
which booes and cattlo aro liable. It inns '
scratchc, old ant 'rch cuts or t-ores, chafes
produced by the collar or saddles, Injuries
cau-ed by n illi or pllnt entering tho llrsh
or hoofs, brul-o', sjiraiu., .Ufciwy, spalu
tlini-li. and all dlcac which destroy the
lioofn or bnnci of thu feet.
GTFull directions arenmnany each bot
tle. The above aic prepared only by
CRAWFORD & FOI1ES.
HI Market street, Philadelphia,
And sold by storekeepers generally through
out the country. Win it d-c-w
ST. NICHOLAS )
MUX CJtOSS SfllEET,
HARRY WALKER I'rop'r.
This bouse Is newly tilted up with two
And two flue
JENNY LIND TABLES
The ra!oon is stocked with the bes
flood stabling connected with the home, j TDJjLHTTEZS
anil sample room for commercial travelers.
are compounucu in tue most appros'ed style
Free omnibus to aud Irom all trains.
2-5 Cmd. U. M. DAM RON, Proprietor
Ou Commercial avenue, between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND GOOD ROOMS AND
TUE VKUY J1K5T OF IJED3
A.T THIS HOU'SE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
Mus. Kllun McCaktiiy, Propr.
SrCornc and see loryourself.;
or.O, V. I'AV, Proprietor.
Watch kept day aud night for boats and
TERM.- TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Ohio Levee, corner or Sixth street,
2-1 If. CAIRO, ILLS.
ST. .1AM ES HOTEL,
Northeast Coiner Public Square.
A. CARUTH Proprietor
This house has recently been repaired and
luiubhed newly throughout, it in conveni
ent to the business Imiines and thu court
house. Good samplo rooms,
DO AS .
2 w S
2 : c x
s " -
S s B I
2 s i
3 "3 S
Wl.NKH ABIU I.1UOKHH.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prtpsrsd to supulr euitorner with tb
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDLIIS left at Halllday llros. otllcc, 7
Ohio lkvkk, or at the Coal Yard below the
Ht. Charles Hotel, will receive nromtit attcn.
Hon. Tho Tuu ''Montauk" will brlnjr coall
mikpiiii, u. aifiuiiiura av any uoiir.
FOR SALE,Jorfl.lsFOR BALK
VOR SALE. J KorHa'e 1 FOR BALK
Faro from LivKHrooL,
Fare from Lokkcniiubbt
Faro from Olacoow,
Faro from Qobkntowm
TO CAIRO, ; : 4 8 SO
tfa(T)iJ, Morili I CsaJss AfiC&M,
R. SMYTn & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Also, keep conntantlr on band a moat oom
plain slock of ,
lOOTCU AND IRIHU WniBKIM
-0 1 N H,-
Fort, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba WinM
IV. which faot thV lnl "'PW"I ''en'
tmii f clof lianraln Ihit".
V. M. BTOUKFLUTII,
(Doossioa roMts a sTOcaniTa
Krctiryxr sissd Wholiwaia neale Iss
Hec 'roraU UossssasUo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ouio Lkvrr,
KWeapsoo band eoastaotly a full stock a
1 11. I Kantuakv Bourbon. Hra and Moaonla
iili Whlsklss, French Braadfas, Ucl an