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JjllNlL OIIKIUA', Riilor and Publlshe
TIMMS OF TUP. DAI I A i'ULLETIN:
One wec.k, by carrier $ !
One rear by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by cartler II not pild In
advance 12 00
ne month, by mall , . , , 1 00
rtireomonlhi,.,...,,j.,j n 00
Six-month 5 1
One year 10 00
TUB DOM, Alt WEEKLY IIM.T.ETIN
Tohn II. Obcrly ha reduced tlio subscrlp'
on price of tho "Weekly OAino IIum.ktin
9 One Dollar per annum, matins: It tho
rlicapostpaparpilblWhed la Soutliern Illinois
Wamh.ncito.v, Pcb. 18, 137.1.
the cnrniT inniLiRn aoonv
Hm reached tho hlclipst pitch, nnd If the
report of tlio committee is not mado to
day, n expected, a collapso of nowjpaper
correspondent nn.L.roportcrs is expected.
At no tlmo since- tlio commencement of
th 1 9 investigation has tho excitement
bean so interne, nnd n high tlmo Is looked
for in the houio wlion tho subject eomos
tip. Evoryhody l talking Credit Moblllor
and canvassing tho clmncos ol tho lumo
ducks for expulsion, but ovcrj-tliing t
rumor and lieursay. The commltteo nrc
very reticent as to tholr opinions; every
kind of Influence, social and political Is
being brought to bear upon them to in
dueo a lenient report. It wns propoieJ,
as has been learned, to mnko n report pi
polling Ames and llrooks, not on tlio
ground of bribery, but of scandalizing the
poiition of reproontfitive, nnd to censure
in the other caio?. Another proposition
was to merely submit tho testimony nnd
severely ccniuro both Brooks and Ames.
It Is thought tho commltteo will exclude
nil questions regarding tho truthfulness of
the declarations mndu by tho implicated
ones, and conflno itself entirely to a dis
cussion of their acts und their evidence
on the vltncM stand; by this course
much' that is ugly will bo passed over.
"While every effort Is being made to save
tho victims of greed by their friend, a
counter effort is going on looking to the
expulsion of all who aro at all smirched,
and very probably a resolution to that end
ill bo introduced, when tho ayes
and nays being called on il,
tho lame ducks not being nl
lowed to voto, it is claimed that tho in
decision and fear now so apparent will en
sure tho necessary two-thirds, as thcro arc
'bat few who will Jaro bravo the people's
-deslro for tho expulsion of thoso who they
liavo nlreilyJcDndumnod. Should Erooks
and Ames bo mado scapegoats of, It is al
iened that tho latter will butt back so
bard at his confreres that somo of them
will topplo from their high places, as be
knows n deal moro than be choe to toll.
This threat will cnuso every volo cast in
this enso to bo closely scanned. Ames
was quite interesting in tho rolo of
Mephisto, but if bo should appear In tho
part of Mephiito and .Sampson wra
bined, be would create a doublu sensation
The examination of tho, officers of the
Nonr York stock exchango on the charge
of bribery i. e. buying legislation is at
trading considerable attention. From tho
.oridenco it would secra that tho exchango
merely paid legal fees for services before
tho committees. It cam o cut during tho
examination that the immaculsto stock ex
change gamblers of Wall street hold the
opinion that congress is not nn honest
body. If, for argument take, it is urauted
that the average congrcismnn is not over
and abovo the saints in purity It seems to
mo that any reflection on tliom from Wall
street brokers is very like pot calling ket
tle black1. Tho promptness of tho stock
exchange in at once coming forward on
the first intimation of hribory and meet
ing the charges meets with tho commondn-
tion of the press, as this is Ihu only way to
top tho now too common efforts at black
mulling nnd slander.
A SIMILAR CASK OI" rfWMI'T ACTION,
Took plnco recently in Now York city,
when a scrlbblor attacked tho manac-
mont of tho Mutual Lite Insurance com
piny, as fraudlucnt. The only nns'vor
thu company mado to the assnllnnt, was
a charge of, libel which landed him in
Jail, and tho Issuance of its regular annual
statement for 1873, which is one of the
proudest expositions tf economy and
tfnnncial success ever set forth. The
board of directors of tho Mutual, tho
largest company in tho world, .Is composed
it tho very first business men in . New
Yorlr, and Its management is a model for
Jnnncinl institutions, and having no so
srets, will not be trou&lod with "Colgate
irlbery or Credit Mobillcr Investigation.
Hie promptitude with which tho Mutual
net tho attacks of tho paid scribbler
bould bo Imitated by corpoiatlons or in-
ividuals when blsck-imdlel or slnrid
;ed. 'HE ritESIUKNT'M SOUTHERN- fUI.IVANT.
It Is said that tho president's Southern
'rip U for tho purposo of giving him an
pportunlty to see the condition of that
iction nretmratorv to th
. . r ---- o h i iuii
f a movement to harmonize the pc-oplu
f the North and the South. It is
aimed that much good will result from
lis tour. "Well, I hope so, and so does
rery lover of,hls country, and tho people
i tlm South will appreciate such effort,
matter by whom insde, but In view of
o recent pait neither they nor wq can
ipsjfor better days nt the l.unds oftho
mlnsnt party ; however, we shall ico
oat we mill see.
?ho report of tjioscnato committee de.
trlng tho seat of Senator Caldwell of
iniu, vacant, was rather a surprise to
) as I fully expected that Senator
prion would bavo stood side by side
lib Carpenter, Logan and Anthony, and
' pi bavo made a favorallo report for
dwell. Jt only requires a msjority
a to declare a vacancy whereas a two.
da voto ii necessary to expel. There
- b consldsrablo debate over tho ques
J, the minority contending that tho nu
lty of tho icnate extends no further
.). E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale nail Beinll (Iroccr,
lias on hand at all times Vegetable, Fruit
Mutter and Ejors, Lard,
Honkv, TisortcAti FnuiTii, Etc., Etc
KiTAll kooiIs 'Warranted Froli, ami fild
at small Front.
than to iletcrmlno the-regularity of the
legislature ns a proporly organized body.
Tho result is doubtful.
Ye'tenlay tho Fomeroy Investigating
commltteo had York, of Kansas, who re
ceived the $",0M brlbo from "Pomoroy,''
on tho vyitncis stand. Thcro can bo no
shadow of doubt that his ntory of the
bribery by I'omoroy is true. It Is equally
truo that ho dellberntely laid tho trap for
i'omoroy to walk Into, which ho did. Tho
evidence proved that in point of corrup
tion and deviltry it was nip and tuck bo.
tween I'omoroys friends and bis oppo
nents. KCItKTAnV llOt'TWKLI,
Has tendered Ills rojlgnatlon to tnko otlect '
on March !. When Jloutwoll was asked 1 Parcel. dellercd to any part of tho
yesterday whether It was true that ho had J rlly c,,k,""t'r'
placed his resignation in tho hands of tho wist swk roMMrnciAi. avk., usrwitKN
president ho testily replied that if it was " 17th and lrUh stuekts
truo il would soon beoomo known, and If
not, It would mnko no difference. Tho CAIHO. if.i.ixois.
secretary is a littlo soro over tho position CHEAP GROCERIES
ho is placed in with regard to tho senator-'
ship, nnd has not wit enough to keep his TIIIE OSTHW SYSTEM,
foellngs to hlmsolf. Tlicru Is but littlo or
no doubt, however, ot tho (Irolon llnnn- j ohockkiks retailkd at WHotMAti
cler succeeding tho Nnlck statesman in; vmcxb ton cash.
the senuto n. Mnisnehusntts' rciircsclitntive 1
In put. AT II. C. TUIKLKCKE'S STOKE
.MKK'PINfi OK LI BIO II A I iS AT waiuikotok avkhuk. mktweeh tkntii
CoiTcoidcnt of tin: I'lilcago 'rril.iiiie.
M'lilNmiKLD, Ills., '0. 2U, IS3.
A meeting of Liberals was bold at tho
oflico of ux-Uovernor Palmer, this oven
Ing. Uuvnrnor l'ulmer was called to tho
chair, Dr. Thomas P P.ogers chosen sec
rutnry, and Col. 11. I.lcb, assistant secre
tary. Governor Tuliner explained the call
for tho meeting. Ho roierrod to the meet
ing of tho evening before, und said It was
lor tno purposo ot getting u thorough un
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2o, 1873.
Our Home Advertisers.
AND ELKVCKTU STRUTS.
5C bs. BRT Cuba Suear for
Ami Dealer In
VEGETABLES, PKUITS, EGGS,
LAUD, J-'KESH IJUTTEK, LIVE
AND IMtESSED PjULTKY,
PHESH SALTED AM)
SMOKED FJSH, ETC.
A i.i. CioniiH Wamiantki) Fuksh
And sold nt the lowest prices for.cah.
CEiglith street, between Commorcinl
and Wiisbington avenues.
JOHN SHE H1I AN,
Ami Dealer In
II.ES. KKUITS. EGGS, LAUD
ItESIl 1IU1TEH, trie.
tSST All Goods warranted fresh, and solo
the lowest prices.
Corner Hth St. andCommerclalAve.
- $ 5 0
lbs. A coffeo Suuar. N. Y. Std. - 1 OC
1 " Primo Kio Coffeo for - - 1 OC
3 " Choice " " - - 1 OC
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 OC
Teas and otbor staplo and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now and full woight given. Call
IIKNJtV JIASHXJ A'U EH,
derstiu.dliig between tho different mem- IRET-A-IIj OKOOIijI
bers of tho opposition, w
Mr. Armstronc thoucbt thero ouuht to '
Ic, somu time durini! "the session iir tlm
legislature, somo meeting of this kind.
lie, lor one, would stand by the principles
of tho Cincinnati ulatforin hu did not
varo undur what namu.
Mr. Hiiynos of Luko county, said ho
thnught the riftmo of tho party'wus estab
lished. Tho world bad called it Llborai.
Tho noxl thing, and tho most important,
wus tho principles. Tho carpot-bng debt,
the railroad und other monopolies, should
form important questions In this new
Dr. Collins of Kankakoc, moved tho ap
pointment of a committee to dratt un ad
dress to tliu people of Illinois, in tho name
of tho Lihuruls, In the shapoof an Indict- 1
muni ji mo party in power. , n p m t i n T t n T
henator Xmndlach moved an amend-1 1 A 1 L W 11 U U L W
tnent, to havu u Liberel Stuto convention '
culled ns soon ns possible. '
.nr. iunimm, of llcnry county a lifo-1
ioug icinocrai, anu ono of tlio prominent
lea-ters of the oppoilllon in tho House
re-narted thut thero wus u erett deal In
the name. Hu thought it win u very se
rious iiuusuon, inasmucu us tno masses ot
clever political parties bud great attncL
ment to old parly names. Ho admitted
that tho name ot Democratic party was
obnoxious to umtiv who were reudv to
join any new organization opposed to tho
present party in power, but wlio would
hesitate to sail under the Domocrulic
Senator Guudlach mado somo lengthy
remarks in support ot" bis amendment fur
tho culling of a convention. Ho thought
tho organization throughout the slalo
could only bo perfected by such a courso.
Govornor l'ulmer suld ho looked upon
tho result of tho election in two ways.
Sometimes he thought ho should be angry
at tho Democrats lor not all voting for the
Libeinl ticket; sometimes ho wus aston
ished to sco thut so mativ voted as did.
Ho said that n party which did not con-)
tain, us -j ne of its principles, omicsltion to i
monopolies, hud no valuo to blm. Upon
the remarks of somo L'entlem.m that tho
llepubllo.m ligrty may adopt the snine
principle, ho said that such a move would
Lo looked upon with distrust by tho peo
ple Tho money of these very monopolies
mui cievaicu uraut; anu us mi Illustra
tion, he would stnto that, durini: tho lust
cuiiipaigu, every railroud leading out of
Springtield, guvo free pusses to nil who
desired to attend Grunt meetings In the
Dr. lV'gcrs, of McLean, had, for forty
years, voted nothing but a Democratic
tiekel, with tho exception of Greeley. Ho
thought now thut wo must go forward
upon tho old .letl'eraoiilun principles.
Thoio wore: Municipal self government ;
a strictly revenuo tariff; taxation In ac
cordance with the amount of protection ol
property required ; und oppuition to rail
road und other monopolies. He had seen
ihoslHto of things now prevailing earning
for ten years past; but, as long us tho far
inert cot 7 cents a bushel for corn, and 7
to 8 cents for pork, they would not even
condescend to listen to arguments. Hut
now they would lltton. The termors wanted
him to go for tho railroads; but, when ho
would uk them for cheaper iron, cheaper
nulls, cheaper cloth, cheaper simile". In
fact, everything that wui iiianufuetured
cheaper, ihey would say, ''Oh, no, we
can t do that. ' Hut ho hoped that tho
timo had como when they would agree to
General Frank Sherman, of Chicago'
wus ready to Join any orcanizatloii which
would oppose thu present party in power,
and under whatever nemo. Ho had al
ways been a Domncrut,but ho.lud como to
the conclusion thut thut party had passed
its usefulness. Success could never ho ae.
complishcd under tho Democratic name,
nnd ho was thereforo in favor of a new
party uirdcr thu namo of Liborul.
1 Nil AN LINK
l.twrcof New.Yoilc ah. I rtillaJrlphls
ltH COSJUCI WltU 11ITSU STltU iP StlllSt
I'ur Carrfini! b JtIU
I'OH l'ASSAGK TICKETS
ot ri-ttnia ixrokxiTioii
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73
C. HAN NY.
Pit I NTS,
S T K I I E S,
K!JTU01T JKANH, VXTHA,
LA HUE STOCK OF OARl-vTING
Ilia Eullre Ntoek
VEKY LOW FIGURES.
CORXKB 8TU ST. AND COMUKRCIAL-AY.,
COMMINMION ANB rORWABDINa.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
IK It CHANT!.
DEALERS IN PI OUR ;
And Agent of
IIIIO lllvin AND KANAWHA
70 Oil io Lever,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucces.ors to E. It. Hiuitrico A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Arlfancemeijls mule ,
Are preparril to rcri, stare and lorward
frelithtr lo kit points and l,ur and
sell on commlislon,
PIlulnii silondsd to iiromptlT;
.S. D. AYKKK.
K. .1. AYi:,
AVERS A; CO.,
P L O U R
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lcvek, Uaiko, Ills.
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AM) DKALElt IN
THATT, OATS, COI25
AND MILL FEED.
OAIKO. - - . ILLINOIS
JOHN U. PIILLIS & SON,
(Buecesor to John II. Phlllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
C'oh. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It R
10 MIIm the HhsrlratRSinto
Eilhtx MUM the Hhorteat Houlc
TO ST. IjOTJIS
NO OUANOE OK OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
, , , OM CAIRO TO
Clocltinall, iIUdii.o!., Toledo,
OelroU, Clereliind. Nlogara Felli
Jluflmlo, l1llbuiK, Whlnaton.
Ualllu.ore, riillailelfhla, Now York.
Doston and all uint ea.t.
Mllwaukle, JanesTllle, Madlaon,
l.Crose, HI. I'aul Mid all points north.
This lo !o the only direct mute to
pwtlur, Uloomlniiton, Npnnield.
"T1'. "lncy. Keokuk,
lliirlmgton, Rock Inhnd, I. HiUle,
Men.lolo, Iliton, Kreeport,
Uiilena, Dutuqun, Mom ullr,
Oman tnd all lnta northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Slooplnc Ca"
On nil Night Trains.
!ldge Checked to all Important points.
For tickets and information, apply lo I. C, R.H
depot tt alroi oa board tnotrKU.it steamer ne
twreu Columlius and Cairo, and at tne princln
rallrna I ticket nfflcM throURliout the south.
W. P. JOHNSON, oen'l -ass. Ag't, Cliloao.
A. Mitcuiil, Gen'l. Hup' I. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 137a
trains will run as follows:
iais aoxia soctaiaiT.
Lease Vlrslnia :40 a. ra li.Up.tn.
' Springfield. D:0 " s:Ui
,' T,i)lnriill lo ft " 6. e
Arnreat fana. 11.40 a.lj "
Tana ouixa aoiihwrnr.
Leas I'ana 4,on a. in 3 SS a. in
" Talorvllle Mil 4.6
Arrleatt)r.rinKfl!d...O. " -....O.UU "
Lt-are Hprmifield. f..5 ' e 10 "
Amse at ViiKima 8.5 o.lft
0 U T II E It N DIVISION.
tlAIHI UnlMB JOllllll.T,
Leare KiIkwooJ ....8.30 a. m. ....10.10 p.tr
" Klor....... 8,S .11,10
Arrle at Shawneet'n .3J " (I 15
HOI KI N.
MAIN t'HOKM MTREET,
CAI'.MI, - ILLINOIS.
(iond tt.iblltiK eommptecl wlthlhc house,
ami xniiijile loom lor i-nniincrclul tnicler.
Tree oninilnis tn anil from all lr,iln.
2-r. fitnd. .1. M. DAM RON, Proprietor,
On Coininoreliil avenue, between Twclll
nml Tblrtcciith streets.
OL'ITS WILLFIND GOOD ROOMS AND
THE VKUY IISST OF 1IKD3
A.T THIS "HOUSE:
Tranleiit ratiomgu Solleiteil.
1 lOtf 3lK"' VAXy iIcCA"THV, I'Npr.
CJEO. V. r.lV, Proprietor.
Watch kept day and night for bo.il nml
TEEMS TWO DOLLARS PER DAV.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth Mrcct,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS,
UVIiAND & SAUEH,
AMI MCALlClt8 IN -
CHOICE FRESH iMEATS
OK EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner loth street and Cnminercl.il nv'eiiui
next door tu the llylaml aalooii.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AMD DliLU IK
(. M. AIi I) E N,
1ite of 'Hiomas li Alden,
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIX, HAY, Ac.
No, i-Ti Ohio Li:vek, Cairo.
J3TCuh advancea on 000(14 on fljrht.
RKFKitKNCEa: City Nntionul .Unuk ol
t;aiio, h ir.t .National Hank of (.LIcaL'o.
ST. JA.MES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Public Square,
This house has recentlv linen ron.ilroil ,111
fiiniUhcd newly throughout. It in eonvetil
ent to the IniMiiess house" und the court
iiuiie. iiooii Hiiniiiie room.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. T.,
OIHUANIA, N. T.,
UANOVKIt, N. T,
HirCllLIC, N. T.,
......T2a Wl W
Comprlslnx the Underwriters' AAencj.
TONKKHS, N. T.,
; B7 4M
vikcukn'h roND, e, r.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MAllGAilET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending to remove
lo Kentucky, desires to dispose of her lariro
and clcK'tut Mock of
ML X L L 1 3ST El IT
Immediately, In order to facllllLile tho sals
or her jroods, Mm. Jackson bus determined
to olfer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladlca of Cairo nnd l-tfty
to rail on her If they desire (rood bargains.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them having hern sclecfed from
tlm late fall stylcn. Iiencii the ladies bavo
rare opportunity to purchase, new nnd lush
lonabln millinery nt co.t price. The rtoo
coii.t or lint, ribbons, flowers, hosier
l.tdle underwear, etc., etc. ll-UOtl
BKOCItlTT, N. V. HAHIMK,
atoies, riwolllnxs, Furniture, Hulls and Cur
gn., Insured nt rales a. favorable as lound, per
nannnt security will warrant.
I rospoctrulljr ak of Hie cltlseD.ol C.
snaii-nf Ihoir pntronase.
C. M. IIVOIIKN.
W. II. Moms,
II. 11. I'andct
No. Pub. and 11. H. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
1 3sr s xr'ie a. asr c 33.
- ,M,501 9
ORTH AMKIIIOA. FA
...R.U 1,210 T2
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
- ll.SM.as 1
' tsis.os tn
- lt,I7 1J
AMEHICAN CENTitAL, MO.,
A,,el - - - tSOO.MO t
CONNECTfCIJT MUTUAL.' J.IFK.
Assets 130,000,000 on
THAVELERa', HAItTFOltt), LIFE AND
Assets f i.Sno.UO U
KAILWAT PAH9KNOER.3 AiSUItANCE
TSists 4O0,0O0 01
Assets. S,V),M2 N
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANOKK,
71 Ohio Iiiree,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ACTITA, SS50.000. '
Thi German Life lns:irance Coinpanr ,
jruarantcet not only Paid-up Policies but i
alioauliie In C.ih on the Non-forfeiture
JOnN A. BUCK, . - . Prsident
U. KNOUELSDORF, - . . Becrotary
On Eighth Street, between Comtnerilal and Wash
nKlon Atenuvi, I. dalir rKelsint
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATXRT FALL AND 'VINTKU BTTLKS,
llesidts a full line of
BOITITETB & HATS
ITn:nme.l and untrimmed,)
FhKN0l FLOWEIW. ItlHItONe, TltlHMf.SfH
of all kind., Laccn, etc., et.
Mrs. Slctlee ha also a Urxe usortraeat o
Fam-J Ailicles, such an
.NECK TJ.W. 0'LLAm UNDF.ltHLEEVta,
And all other articles usualljr found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOre. In addition to her rttock ot
nncy and .Millinery Goods, has a liiitone nnd
t mplctn BKaortiueiit of Cincinnati Cu.tom
code Laillco' nnd Mlee' .Shoes and Cbll
.Maim' Hoots, illuck and in Colors. The)
reacknovvleilKol to bit the llnest and bet
11 the market, nnd this Is thu only
llieclty that mikes them a specialty
WIN KM AHII I.IIAOU11N.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS foe FAIRUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Leveo, CAlltO. ILLINOIS.
APPLY TO JOHN 0. DALE, Aa'r I Kiqiitii Btrkt, Hktwkkn Wa
18 Ilroadwar, New. York, or to
If. II Oil t,
Wa.hlnntnn Afemie, Curo. Illinois.
FOR SALE, For Sal, J0R SALE
VOR SALE. J ForBale I FOR BALE
FT8 from LiYKaroOL,
Fare from Londcnukhht
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Quxkhstown
TO CAIRO, i i : U 8 20
Psflbrd, Morils A Candee Ajt.u.
AdjolnlssK HI'tentiuiiMfisind lUssssy.
L.''ut".,.?r Hor1'' '( Veal.
cltiiens In the most aocentable manner,
JAMES KYN ASTON,
IIUTCltKtt ANII DKALIR IX ALL KINDS 0
COltNICK NlNKTKNTU AND 1'OI'LAH 8TB.,
Huys and elatnjhtent only tho best -aitlo
Iiob und sheep, and Is prepared to till any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
WOOD 1UTTEN1IOUSE IJRO.
(in era 1 Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Also, keep coostantly on hand a most com
plote stock of
BOOTCH AMD IBltin WUIBKIM
O I N 8,-
l'ort, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba "Wlo
RiiMTTH A CO. sell eicluairelr for caah.tfl
. which fact ther Invite the especial alien
iiou oi rjose narvain nuyeri.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
srccuioa q routs a stocbslbtb
Krotlfjrnr nnd Whole-aalfi Deale lo
oreittn itssu lioiuealln
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Omo Levie,
HE keeps on hand constantly full slooko
Old Kentucky llouibon, H;o and llocools
jvia vuH.r.ivif, ereurn iiran'lleH, litl iu
n and California Wlnea
C. I), UATIIUBB,.
K. 0 .BUI
MATIIUSS St UUL,
AND QE2I EBAL
Commissi on Merc hants j
iAY AND WESTERN PROPUOE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINES AND LIQUORS
Coiiuiicrnlal Ave., Cor. Hth SI.
AUvnv on hand a suniilv of Ncntcli AIk.
London Porter, llrcmeii llcer, Clinrtroitoc,
AJiiis(tt,Murucclnn nnd llcnncsiv Hramlv.
Ale, Piirtei- und 'alt and nlf to bo found on
NEW YORK STORE,
WnOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAB0X1T TABIKTT STOCK IN TflX CITV
GOODS SOLD VEKY GLOBE.
Corner of Mlnetoooth atrMtsisstl Cobs
JOHN AV. PIIUKS3,
ARcnt for Cairo and vlcltdty.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Relief by weekly dues und mutual
cooperation In objects of public benetit.
1 he I.lle Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the leutoula Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
.lOn.N W. FEUESS, Ao'T.
tMlr for Cairo stDd Tlelsslly.
KEAI. EMTATK AGENC1 .
HARRY WALKER Prop'r.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked with the I.e.
are compounded In the most approved style
tSTCome and see for yourself.fl3
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOR) 01IIO LXTIK,
Bur and Sill Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And peare ConTeyances of Kinds!
.lolm ll. Jlarman. cha. Thmpp
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xorlls I'or.OlU It. istsil OhloI,vre.
AbstmctS of Tillc. Cnnvi.vnm.ln-. nm.t,, ,,
epeclnlly. Real fiitute bouglit and sold.
ISrTiixcs Paid, etc.
HEAD qUARTERS FOli GROCERIES
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N, O., Hard & Soft Helloed,
SYRUPS. Now Orlcnns and Eastern.
WK MAKK Ht'XCIALITIES OF
A 1ST 13 CIQAES.
70 i 7: Vine St. C.VC.Y.V.t TI.
J. C. HUELS,
Late nr SI. Louis.
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOW
Comer Twelfth Mrcct und Commercial Avo
HLANIC HOOKS of every description done
with iientne.ii mid dispatch. All kind!) of
ruling donu nt thort notice, lllhlcs, Mimic.
Magazines and Periodicals bound nciitand
iittlielowot possible, rates.
County work, Midi an Records, Dockets,
Fee HookH, Wank, etc., made a ipeclallty
Uoxch, Pocket Rooks, Knvolopes, etc.,
made to onior 11-24 tf.
NO. 104 COUMXKCIAL AVEMUK,
French, .Scotch and American cninlmiTQ
of all colors, and beaver nnd broad cloth
CONSTANTLY ON IIAND,
And made up liCtlio
And at the lowest price. A lino Aland u'r-t-elass
work guaranteed, ntlstuctlo in all ru