Newspaper Page Text
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1873.
JjIl.VII. OHKIUjY, I'.Jltnr and I'ubllfbo
Ti:llW OK Til K DAtIA PULLBTIN t
Ours week, by carrier f
One year by carrier, In advauco 10 fX
On year by carrier tl not piid In
advance , 12 00
line inontb, by mMt . . .' 1 00
I'lireo montlu 3 00
$t month' 6 25
Ono year ,.. 10 00
THE DOLLAR W1XKI.Y BULLETIN
Join II. Oberly bai rctlncctt tbo mibscrlp
on prico of the WBKRr.Y Caiuo Bui.i.ktin
o One Dollar per annum, nuking II the
cheapest piper published In Southern Hlluol
AN J5XO 1 1' LKOT- DATTX
CUrMiNATION OF TUB CltEDlT
OAKK9 AMKS' DHl-'ENVK.
llUTLKlt, FAll.NSWORTH, VOU
HKK3 AND COX ON T11K
IKliccLilto tlio iliourl ltclmbllciiu, Utftb.l
There wo by odds the largest mitulor
of peoplo collected insldo tliu wulls of tin)
house of representatives to-day that lma
been scan during tho pait tun years, nnd n
Duller dressed, morii iiiii'iin.-'kv
n....vi. ma farmer portion vrai made up
' if ladies, who tilled and over ran tliu gal
leries dovotoJ to them until tliero was mi
pari of tlia galleries wlierotho ribbons
and feathers of fasti km were net to bo
seen. Kven tlio gallery for colored loifors
bowed a sprinkling ot handsome woman.
Tliero was scarcity, any of the colored
element proscut to-dnv. Not onl worn
Uio gallorlci packed to that point of full,
ni'fs whom tlm constant nnd relent'
leu pressure becomes painful,
but Iho corridors oulsidu wcro so full that
It was aluioit impossible to make n thor.
ougbfaro through tlieni. Tim capitul was
allvo with hundred.') of peoplo who could
not gain admission. To uceomriiodiitu the
vast throng, the homo by u unanimous
content threw open it doorr, and in ten
minutes tbo floor was tilled, tlio jloak
rooms wero occupied, nnd tbo l.idlcs press
oj down and down until tboy tilled half
the .seats bolonging to mcmbers,'and tbo
reporter's gallery was alio appropriated
for their uso nnd tho uso of half n hun
dred persons in tlio various walks of life
uu. ui-iuiiiiij' ihh ns reporters.
Thero wiro hotel-keepers, tailor.", bar
tender, lobby agtnta end every other sort
of peoplo whosecurod an entrance, nobody
knows how, nnd thoy weionot slow to ap
propriate thu seals of tho regular report
ers. Tbo day was pleasant and tho ladies,
especially thoso on tho floor, woro bright
colors in their bat, and tho sccno as
viewed by tbo galcrios resembled tho
auditorium of nn immense theatre.
Tbo llrtt movu of tho whltcwashcr wa
tbo prayer ortlio chaplain, who hoped nil
transgressors would bo forgiven. Tho
reading of :i long journal followed, wbllo
the crowed busied thcmsulTcs in picking
cut tlio prominent characters on tho
AS LXl'HUnEJ) M Mill UK.
Just as -Mr. Poland was about to takotho
floor, a drunken member from l'.mnsvl.
vanla came reeling down onu of tho uislcs
and attempted to catch tbo epeakorV eyu.
In a maudlin voice lto cried, " Mr.
Speaker" two or three timos, iiltliough
Cox, Korr and others tried to induce him
to take bis seat. Finally tho speaker
nsked hint to stato for wbat purpose ho
aroif, and in a Jinlf ititcligiblo tono ho
stuttered out something to the etl'ect that
he wanted the floor cleared. Uo iceuied
to bo iirnoraut of tho fuel that tli
bad ugroed ton motion to givo ladies tho
pnvncgo oi mo iioor durin
a dor.en raoiubcri put in a few words dur
ing tho confusion as to what was to bo tho
division of tlrao. '
Oakes Ames, who during soteral j oars' j
aorflM lasxmgr'eii; probably, neter ad
d rotted a'tkzcn Words 16 tbo house buforV
was: rccoKtlced, find in ascarcoly audible,
vol dcilrW to otror hi remarks, airid ro
qutMd that thoy bo road by the cleric.
Tho houio instantly becamo still, ami
Alcl'ucrson proceeded to read Mr. Ames'
pooch. Thero was little io it oxcopt a
very vigorous argument In favor ot thu
Union Pacitlo railroad. It was capitally
read by tho clerk, who gavo It all tbo
forco and emphasis possible. It was
rather dull at first, bin toward thu but
it ran Into rerlllo tlelds. Tho speech was
woll written and fury adroit tu its com
position. It also mado several very gaud
Jaw points. It was early teen that it was
not thu composition of tbo great briber,
and it has beeti ascertained that It
was written by Mr. l'oppleton, thu
United Stales railroad attorney at umana.
With tto well trained voice of Mcl'ber
sou as an adjunct, tho address was rather
pathetic mi that portion which referred to
tbo old agu of Ames, his useful liTr, his
previous good character, and bis public
erviccs. Such was tho etl'ect ot thu
clerk's pleading that lha old mall at this
point was qullo overcome with emotion
and shod tears. Vhcit his speech wus flu
ished it was app.neiit that t tics sympathy
of tho ftlidieuco was wit'i Oakos Aims
ami Jas. 1 1 rooks.
FAKSSWOIITU s A IVflt' UK NT.
Karnsworth was tbo next to bo accorded
tho floor. Ills argument was not an argu
ment. It was ii common placo speech,
Imvlne sumo iood noints In favor ot Ames
and I)roo!;. but by no means worthy of
the man. ... ...mniisT tm."
At hall-past two .ludgo Alcrrideth of
-Maryland, u member of tho l'olaud com
inlltce, Uvu the floor, and beforo bo had
proceeded a quarter of an hour it was di
covered that tbo house bad undorrnt.
blm. Ho is n new member, and owing to
his modoity has taken littlo part in tho
ditcu!ion of tbo house. His sneeeh nf
courso sustained tbo reiiort of tho com
mlttco. nnd was bv odds tho best of tlm
day. lie showed himself to bo n vory
"irong man, lie spoKC OI tno UCAiing ol
Ames ns being the result of sataulc skill,
nnd his exoneration of llrouks, a fellow
Democrat, was mnnnillcent. was fre
iniontly inlorruptcd. but r.ume off victor In
every encounter. His speech throughout
wus a calm, clear, logical, well-balanced
nnd sharply drawn legal argument, nnd
was a subject ofgoncral praise. When be
closed thero wa. great excitement on tbo
floor, and a storm and roar of mingled
voices iinu souuus came irom tlio gal
A short debate enmo up on the Louis
isnn question, and after nn ovoning ses
sion for debate onlv bad been derided
upon, tho Iiouso adjourned, and tho great
trowu uiuiieu away irom mo cuamuer,
HI E PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
OX LOU IS AN A AFFAUtS.
To tho sonato nnd homo of represents-
tWBXHMION AN rwDWatlMllU.
FOItWAUDINO and COMMISSION
Vour attention is rcsnectfullv Ir.vited to
iuo coniiuiun oi aumrs in tno stato of
Louisiana. Gravo complications have
grown out ot tho olectlun thoro on tho
sixth of November last, chieflv attrllmiM.
ble, it is believed, to an orgaulzad attempt
on iiiu imi vui iiiusu coniroiung tno elec
tion oflicors and returns to defeat in that
election tho will of the majority of tho
electors of tho stato. DiU'orent porsons
iiiu tiuiiiinig iuu e.ccuuvo omccs. Two
bodies are claiming tbo legislative assem
bly of tbo state, and confusion and tho
uncertainty produced in this way fall
with paralyzed etl'ect upon all its interests.
Controversy nroso as soon ns thn election
occurred, over Its proceedings and rosults,
but J doclined to mterforo until a suit in
volving this controverny to soino oxtont,
was brought Into tlio circuit court of tliu
United States, under nnd by virtuo of tbo
act orMny 31, 1870, entitled an act to on
forco the right of cltkcns of tho
United Statos to voto in tho ov
oral stales of tho Union and lor other pur
poses. Finding that resistanco was mado
to tho judicial process in that suit without
thn I!.ii4. nny olloitunitv. and in mr liliiim,n.
:t.. tti. ii... . " "." . !..,. y. .v..n
iuu. nu ii iuu aiiiuu mcmuor who sal in iuu any rigut io roviow mo judgment
Lis scat for6ometituo yesterday in his i of tbo court upon Jurisdictional or othor
jhlrt slonvos. with a plaid slmwl nUmt liis I 'jucstions urlslng in tlio caso, I directed
loins. Ho has boon a nulsaneo in tho 1,10 United States marshal to enforce such
house for three or fur years, but happily Preens nnd to use, If necessary, troops for
s not ro-clocted to tbo next congrets. I that purposo, In accordance- wuh tho 13ih
NurvivuV ........ . ... .. n.,,l.... .t.l ...l.t .t. l ... ..
..u ivu oiyyiriuiRANUli IN H)K(.'E. viiuii ui Wllieu ,rOVIUeS II1HI tl
annii uo mwuu lor llie truIdent of il,,.
United States to ointilov such Part ot lnml
DEALERS IN FJ OUR ;
Aal AitfBlK of
ni(l hlYKB ANIi KAHAWIIA
70 Ohio Levbk,
Our Houio Advortiscrsi
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(BuecsMors to E. B. Utndrlco A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AitTtnctmvbtn mude ,
Are prrarii to rreeiTa, store and lorwsrd
frelKtitr to all points and buj and
ell on commission,
V'nuainfan iiendd to prntnptlr;
K. .1. AYKR-.
AVERS A CO.,
'72. FALffAND WINTER 3
a T It 1 P K s,
KKXTUOXT JIAND, riTRl,
LA1UJE STOCK OF 0AHI-KTIN0
Mia Entire Nloell
VERY LOW PIOURKS.
OORHIR 8TU ST. AND COMUBHCIAL-AT.,
IIVLANJ) ft SAUElt,
AND DEH.K11S IN
CHOICE FRlisil MEATS
OF EVERY ISCIMPTJONi
Corner lnth street .mi Commerel il avcimj
next door ttitlllj biiiiiKiloon.
11-10 tf. CAIMi ILLS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. "8 Ohio Levak, Cairo, Ix.lk.
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND D1U1.1SII IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. . . . ILLINOIS
ADe ll til luuvo or liutler was to pos,t
pono the Credit Alobilier subject, and go
to work on tho appropriation bill, but he
was i.ot ruccessful. and u good deal of con.
Poland theu camo down a low paces and
profiled hlmaelf to tbo g.ize of the mul
titude, shining in Iran bulti velvet
collar and rulliid hirt. He was a-i object
HirTI.EK'rt fLANK MOV KM KMT.
lUtler ihen'olleied a ubtlllulu lor tlm
commlttoe'ii rtsolutloti, reciting tlio fact
that tho ofleucvt of tho members wero
couiiiillted moro than llvu yearj ago; thai
members could nut bo expelled for what
occurml.beforu thn protein emigre', and
that If brlborjr bad biMn committed that
the piotocutiou should go to the courts.
31r. Bingham maden point of crdcr mid
reniando Vood suld a lew wirdin tu tlio
Jlr. Poland hM bu had not yielded to
JJutlor mid woud not uceepi Ids sub.ti.
tuts and then order wn ruitored. 'Ihoi
galleries bur.Z'.d and fluttered tor a urn.
uieut, a low cough, and throat clearincs
were touuued mid then all was sottled
down to perfect uletne,s. Then Poland
stepped loltb egaln, luoktd npirovingly
at tho gallery uud began hU long speech,
beginning in low, gulieral tone, mid pro
nouncing every word with a long paueo
lifter it, as though it was of the greatest
Oabcs Ames tat in n front scat with his
habitual, Indoleut Mid liu-ivy expression of
face and I'unii, holding in bu bund libo a
vice u small package yf proof sllin. This
was bis speech.
Presently Mr. Hrooks camo pushing
blmielf through tbo crowd down iho cen
tre aisle, looking more like n dead man
than like tbo fliiu-looklng member from
New York of a year ago. He showed
great fatigue and 'weakness nu opinion
was frequently expressed that ho would
not live many months.
Jlr. Butler during tho .ong speech of
round, was busy with his pen. The argu-1
menu was well drawn mr the sido of tbo
case bo had taken and tho speaker teorned
to havo the whole caso thoroughly In bis
iuiuujjiiuui ii was very prosv
1 1 a lin. ,1ia li.iinn t .-
or nuval forces ot the United Stutcs, or
of malltia, as shall be necessary, to aid in
iHTiorming juuiciai procem under this act
Two bodied of perrons claimed to be ro
turning boards fur tho stato. and eln.nlt
court in Hint caso decided that tho ono to
whleh Lynch belonged, and designated by
bis uatiiu was thu lawful returning board,
nnd this decision has been repoaledly nl'-
uraieu ny tno district und supreme court
of tho state.
Having no opportunity or power to can
vas votes and thu exigencies of tbo cuso
uKMiiwiuiiig un immouiiue Ueclsion, I con
coJod it to" bo my duty to recognizo
iuno perMUK.ns olecled who received and
held ihnir credentials to ofllcn frutu what
fllfttl nillinfl.ml I. ... 1 1 .
...v.. ..,,,,,.. i-.. w lllu , u Hm, eiiice
ceeu ueeiueii uy iiiu supremo court of tlio
stato to bo thu legal returning board.
CoiifyrmnLlo to the decisions of this board
n full set of ftato oflicors lias boon in
stalled, nnd tho legi.lativo assembly or
ganized, constituting, ii not a do Jure, at
leii.t n du facto government,
which unco some time in
December hut has bad possession of
thu olliccs and been exercising the umal
pottur of government. But opposed to
this has been another govermnuul claim
ing to control tho affairs of the stato, and
which has to somu oitent boon vro forma
organized. Knceut investigation of mid
election lias developed so manv frauds and
forgories ns to make it doubttul whut can
didates roceiveda majority of votes actu
ally cast, and in view ot this fact a varie
ty of action lias been proposed. I havo
no epecillc recommendation to muke upon
thu subject, hut if thero is miy practical
way ol removing these difficulties by leg.
niation, then I earnestly request that such
action may bo taken durlug the present
sesiion of congress.
It seems advisable that I should stato
now what cour4 I shall feel bound to
pursuo In reference to matters In the
event of no anion by cougross at this
time, subject to any satisfactory arrange
ment that muv ha undo bv t nil narllns
tho controversy, which of all things Is
most dcilruble. It will lo my duty so
far us it may bo necessary for mo to net.
toadnorotu ihal government tborotofore
vwgmwi uy me. MOJUUguottbO OICC-
l"ucauons ot Its mombers Is
JOHN J3. PULLIS & SON,
(Buccessors to John B. Plilllis,)
DEALElia IN HAY, COUN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OniO LEV t
ASO DUtn tx
EiatiTti Strket, Bkwkkm WAniNOTO
AND COAIMKnCUL AVKNUKf,
AdjolntnK Itl-lenboDM and Ilanny'a
BUTCIIIR AND DCALKR IN ALL KlNDB OI
X RESn J1EATB.
COKNKH JfLVKTENTH AND POPLAR 818.,
llUYS and Klillllrl.torj nnttr Ihn l.nf ....I.
tioga and sheen, urn! U tirnnr,i t nn
demand for fresh incau) from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
FIL LEY'S FAMOUS
G. M. A L d e N,
Late of Thoinai & Alden,
a n n
FLOUR, MIC.VL, OUAIN, UAV, Ac.
No, 13S Ohio Lf.vkk, c.tnto.
tTCaih advances on OooiN on fight.
JtEFitUKNCKH : city National Hank ol
v.nru, r mi niuionai iiauK or wlllcairo.
AUG 31 ADE SOLELY BY THE
EXCELSIOR MAXFT. COMPANY
ST. LOUIS, MO,
Arc doing moro ainl
Slnlckcr mid Chrniier
Itian any btoie cf umc cost,
M ILIjEH & PAUKEJl,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COUN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
on the floor cl tho Lu,o! I J1'? lh e",u" .Pwvlnce of the house
t ,,ui,i,. mi..." to Judge of tho olection and oiiiKi.,t.
dryctt speaker on
When bo had but oichtoen mlnntr nf i,i.'
hour loft, he began lobe moro animated,
but tbo audience was of tlrod blm. "What
was their consternation then to havo somo
tnembor rise and propoio to give him bolf
an hour more. A look of sorrow und
suffering ran through tho galleries ns be
began on his extra time. Sandwiches and
, apples were in great demand among tho
audlsnro at this time, for it was barely
' two o'clock, and nearly all hadXccn in tbo
tspitol since- nino or ten o'clock.
A QUESTION OP TIME.
" Tbo hour finally paesod away, mhun
,.j nomabody, aither for a joke, or a piece nf
tnalica, niovad tbat Poland be given an
other half-hour. This was too much,
Ten for the bout of representative, and
w . .i,u,urS. 4,ui as io s;ato olllces
filled and held under stato laws
and doclslon of state judicial
tribunals, it seems to bo respected. 1 niu
extremely noxious to avoid any appear
anco of unduo Interference in stato affairs
and If congress differs from mo ns to what
ought to bo done, I respectfully urco its
decision to that effect. Otborwlse I shall
lee ob lBod, as far as I can by thooxorcUo
oT legitimate authority, to put an end to
tbo controversy which disturbs tho peace
and prostrates tho business of Lousian
by tbo recognition and support of that
coTornwoiit which is recognized and fun.
held by tho courts or the stato.
l? m x, , U.ROmkt.
Executive Mansion, Feb. !i5, 1873.
WOOD WTTENUOUSK & BRO.
eucral ConimtBsion Merchants
183 OHIO LEVEE,
E. D. MATUUM..
. O .VIII
MATHUS8 & UHL,
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Clifirtei' t ARK AUVAvs
0i. Low-Priced, Reliable,
UUK AND OPERATE I'UKl'F.cn.V
Will do your
Charter COOKING CHEAP
Hub- AND MSY,
uu uuick amji.i:a..
GREEN Si GILllEUT,
William II Gilbert,
""P?1. tUnl")" K",n 10 Admiralty and
orrioa omo lkveh, booms 7 aki H ovhb
OITT NATIONAL DANK.
David T. Lincg ir.
.lolin. Jl. LatiBiliMi.
LINEGAR & ANSDEX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oilieuoii Sovcnlh street, AVtntcr'n bloek
old oillce of Llnegar, Jluun & 1'ope. MHm
CO TO RIVER SIDE WATER CURE-
Uauillton, Ills., or sond ror rroe circular and
list or questions for ''home treatment." No
drum, fifteen mllei Mississippi rtvarWew.
Male and Kemale physicians, V-ld-tr
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
Ht Vlles) lks Hlswtcat Hossta
Eighty MIIm the Hborteat Kotste
TO ST. XjOTJIS
NO CHANGE OP CARS
KKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.'
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
, , OM CAIRO TO
Claelitnall. ,t IIsdbkoIIs. To1iIo.
Ootrolt, CloTt.li.ml, .NUgara Palls
Hsltlmnre, ! I'hlllflphl, Nw York.
lloitou and all puiots east.
Hllwaiixle, Jaapstllle, Jt.on,
Lacrosse, Hi. I'aul and all points north.
this in also tho only direct route to
l)eetur, llloonilnnlon, Wpriniiolil,
Peoria, Oulnoy, Keokuk,
Burliniituo, Hock Island, Ij, Hull,..
Mtntlota, lilion, Kroeporl,
(Islrna, Uubuqiip, bloui city,
Elegant Drawing Room Hloopim; Ca"
un an mgni i rains.
DorKsx Checked loall Importtnt points.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. C, K.H
depot at alro; on board tne transit steamer be
tweeu Columbus and Cairn, ami at tne principi
railma I ticket office tlirouahout Hie tuutli.
W. P. JOHNSON. Of n't rasa. Aa't. Chicago.
A. Mitciisll, Oen'l. Bup't. Chicago.
: J. JOUNHOW, Ag't, Cairo.
ai'RKNOKIELI) AND ILLINOIS
HWUXUKASJ KltN Jt. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1972
trains will run as lullows:
TSAIM 00110 SOCTUSAST.
I.eire lrlnia 8:40 a. m
" .'prlnKtlfld- Win
.' TntloriUli. In r.
Arnte at ran. Il.lt
rating ooi(j KoaTiiwuT.
Leote I'nna I.im i. m
" Tavlorolla 1 in
Leate Hprmjfleld. n.S "
Arrneat VlrKinia 8.5 "
.. . t
.. t.U "
......a. as a. m
aouTnxiiN ni vision.
TtAln aotxo aacniiAar.
Leate EJwood 8.) a. rn. ...to.lo
' Flori. MA . ii ...
Arrite at SliawnfU'n ,3J ' .""''"'" a'i
MAIN I'ltOKN NrMELT,
CARMI, . ILLINOIS.
(ino.l HalilliiK' connected with the homo,
.mil .mipl( room for cniiunerclal travelers.
Free oinulluis to and Irom nil train".
2-5 Cmd. .I. M. DAM RON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between
anil Thirteenth street.
(lUESTS WILL KIND OOOD ROOMS AND
TIIK YKItY UtST OF BEKS
at THIS HOUSE:
Transient r.-itronagc Solicited.
Mfltl Ku'EN 51cCaiithv, I'ropr.
niaoaka, h. y,,
Assets.,,., ... .
OtHMANIA, N. Y.,
"" i,nn,m 7s
,. rJANOTBR, If, Y ! '
AasU......H..jM..,..r,r i.....-:...'...,.Tt M3 W
. f .nirbBLtc, k. y., , i
Comprising tht Undtrwrltera Agency.
TONKIILF, If, Y.,
'9t - m tfl
issets MHH..H , 4&S,1tf3
VIKKslSN'l) tVND, a. r.,
IKCUKITY, N. Yr-MAKJ.fi,
-.-"T.?. .'.'"r1 'J n ''MMltarr, Hulls and Cr
Jtfii'a, lniuraUi ra'ea aa fasorahle sound. t..r
manenl aecuritr will rrrant. ' v
I reaiiectrully auk nf the nltlseuol Ca.
W. II. Morn., H. II. f.nd.e
Notary I'litillc, Nn.rab. nd tl.H. Hi.m
FIRE, I1ULL, CARGO, LIVESTOCK
ACCIDENT, LIKE, j
iKTNA. IIAn TKOltli i
A,,"U -.. S M!I,I o
.NORTIt AMHRICA, PA ,
Our Homo Advertiser.
SELLING OFF AT COST
Formerly Hwandcr, 'liitTiaffiglfi remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose or her lariro
and elefc'ant etoclt or
to nlfi-r tlm
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invltea tho ladles o( Cairo and vr'i'.tv
to call on her ir they desire good barg.iiu.
Jlr. Jackson' "
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
Vu?lT.HL'lf,S,m h,Miu ''Vcn 'elected Irom
Iho latu lull styles, lieneo tho ladlca havo
Koi'l'oitiinlly to purchase now and im,
lona do inlllluory at coit price. The Mu
V!!u"V:T,,,ntH HWwM. flower", lioMer
ladles underwear, etc., etc. ll-'lotl
civ. in order to laclllllato the sain
ods, lrrt. Jackson has determined
MRS. M o Q K E,
On Klsihth Street, twiirren Cnnunerslal and Wauli
toinn A.nuea. h Mt reeen(
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKaT YALI. AKIl WINTKIl
lleaxiea a full line of
..fl.H I.JIO T2
ITru.inied and uncimcned,)
Klir-.NOJ KLOWKIW. IHB1IOHJ, THIH KINfll
of all kindr, Laees, eto., etc.
KA-ejAilrj.i'udi'J;0 Ur', -
NECK TI.H CLLAR1. USDEhHLKKVE'l.
Aai a!l other articles Utually lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. Mcflee, In addition to her stock of
anev and MlUlnery Ooods. ha. a tliHone and
r mpleto airtm.-nt or Cincinnati Custom
(ide Ladica' and Mlsica' Shoes and Chll-
..it,lin IIWUW. lll:ll nllll In fT.ilnpa 'I',. ...
M ...II,TM,H J
INTKR.NATIO.VAL, N. T
, . " ' ... I1IIUI I
ai-kiiowieuseu to be tho linrat and best
n Iho market, and thU Is the only
tbiTlty that makes them a specialty
- - - Hwi.rri ts
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
. ..tM0,flJ C
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. UKE,
- - ,000.rxi0 (
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, Urr. AND
GEO. V. PAY, Proprietor.
ttiiteu kept day.and ullit for boat- und
TERSIS TWO DOLLARS 1'EIt DAV.
Ohio Levee, corner or Sixth street,
2-i tr. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Public Square,
A. CARUTH Proprietor
iT.1!1'! bo,wo ',a' rccoiitly been repaired and
.. . . ""oK"oui. it i coin en!
cut lo tlio htislneas lioiiscn and tho court
iiwiirw. iiooil h;imh e ronina
WINES AaVIt l,muURll.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep coanUnllr on hand a moat com
plat atocL- of
aooTOH axd ini8n ivbibkim
(! I N H,
Port, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba "V inM
RBMYTn CO. atll oscluslrely for caah.tn
. which fact Iher lnlte the eaoaclal atitn.
OO AT l n iura. n
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
CCCItlOO SOIILB A STOCBSLITB
urctlfjor nnd Wlioltwole Destle In
roreiipt ana uuraMlio
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. G2 Ouio Lkvke,
WIJ Kentucky Iloiirbon. Uye and 1
. .i..in,u, riuucii iiraniues,
neand Calirornla Wires
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINES ANT) LIQUORS
Coinincrnlal Ave, Cor. 1 Ith St.
Always on band n supply or Scotch Ale,
ill, l.or,fr Bremen Boer, Chartreuse
a i i. ' . .,,lu AiuonchHy iiraniiy,
Ale, Porter and 'alt and air to be round on
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. '
LAUOKST YABIKTY T0CK W THK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
t'oraer or IJtaelejatb UrMl Csai
RAILWAY PA88EN0ERS A-SOKANCK
S AFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lave.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CENr'i..OrricE, 172 Washington Sr.
Thin German Life Ins'.tranco Company
gjlarantcea not only Paid-up Policies but
also a N alue in Cath on tho Non-forfeiture
OHN A. HUOK, . - . President
C. KNOBELSDORF, - - - Secretary
JOHN W. PRUESS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
! 1 ST. NICHOLAS
HARRY "WALKER Prop'r.
This house Is newly fitted up wltb two
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
KECTIOX NO. 47.
Tr1".1.10,1,' ior promoting Lire Insurance i
anu men iieuei oy weekly duen ana mutual
co-operation In objcctaol public benelit.
l'bo Llle Inniraucc Policies will be l.nucd
by the rcutonia Life Insurance Compauy.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Aq't.
nilh the oci
are compounded In tlie most approvod style
OT Come and see for yourself.
for CsUroaad vlelnlir.
HEAI. KMTATE AGBNOI.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (bbcond rLoon) omo livk,
Ror and Sxll Rial Ehtatb,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
And pee-'tre Cnnreyanrts ofKlndf.'
John q. Ilarrcan. Chan. Thnipn
JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Norln Tor, OUs It. auU Oblo Levee.
Abstracts or Title. Convn
(tpcclalty. Real Estato bought and old.
3Taxes Paid, etc.
HOME rnJEMLJDtt I
WM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD QU4ItTKRS FOR GROCERIES
ft RE AT VABIBTY,
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N, O., Hard & Soft Rofined.
SVRUPS. NowOrleaniand Eastorn.
Wr MARK OrXCIALITIES Of
70 7 Vint St. CIMIMA Tl.
J. C. II (J ELS,
Late or St. Louis.
HOOK BINDBIt AND IW.AKK BOOK
Coruer Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
BLANK BOOKS or c ery description dom
with neatness and dispatch. All klud.i of
ruliiij; done at fliort notice i lllldcs, MuMc.
.MiiL'aflneH nnd Periodicals bniind neat ami
at tho lowest poihlo rntos.
County worlc, such ui Recordu, Docket,
Fee Booka, Illanks, etc., madun ipeciality
Roxofi, Pocket Book", Knvelopes. etc.,
mado to on lor tr.
No. 104 CouMinciAL Avimuk,
Kreneh, Scotch and American casslmeto
or oil colors, and beaver and broad elothi
CONSTANTLY ON nAND,
And made up Inthe
And at the lowest prlre. A lino titandllrst
clan work guaranteed,' fiatMuetlo In all re