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THE CAIRO DAILt BtJLLtif IN, SATURDAY, MARCH, 1 1873.
J jll.f H. OBEULY, Editor and Pub lithe
TKHU3 OF TUB UAILA LiULLETlN:
On week, toy carrier t
One year by carrier, Inadvauco 10 00
Oat year by carrier It not p aid In
advance 12 00
Vne month, by mail 100
rbrctmoatka 3 00
61 nsoeUsa, S
One year 10 00
THE DOLLAtl WEEKLY BIILLKI'LN
John II. Oberly has reducod the eubscrlp
en price of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin
Ono Dollar per annum, nuklnc; It the
eueapestptpr published In Southern Illinois
Tat Miiiouri senatorial investigation,!!
li SttJ, will bo ro-oponed in congress.
Senator Clatton of Arkaniai, hrt
betn beautifully whitewashed by tbotp-
clal committee appointed last year to lr.-
TMllf ate hit caio.
ALrxocDia 11. drtruEss hat been
elected to congress from the E'gbtb Geor
gia dlitrict, but, unleu thore ii an citrn
session, will not tako his teat till nest
It ! believed tbat the present congro's
will conclude all iho legislation necessary
to carry out the terms of tbe Washington
treaty, tbe passage of the flbory bill be
ing an imporUnl step to that end.
Colfax's hjuie in Washington is for
sale, and after bis retirement from the
Tics presidency, bo will retlro to South
Bend permanently. It Is a sad reflection
tbat after bis eminent services in the
cause of temperance and bis brilliant
example as a Christian statesman, the
light of recent events makes it .forever
impossible tbat bis biographers shall say
of him "be lived and died loved and ri-
spaa to 1 by all ur'vi know him ."
NciTHBBthe friends nor the onemtcs of
the state temperance Nw aro relaxing
tbeir efforts tbe first against repeal and
tbo Utter for It, and by Tuosday there will
bo many petitions from both sldos in
Springfield. At present, its friends have
no occasion to feel dlscourged, there being
a docided majority In tbo legislature
favorable to retaining tbe bill as it is. In
flvesepnrato cases, the supreme court of
the stato has pronouncod the law. const!
tutlonitl, with no dissenting voice Tbe
decision is a cloar victory for tho cnuse of
temperance and a source of strength to
tbo frlonds of the stato temparanco law in
tbe present stugglo.
The report of the senate Mobllier com'
mittee which we publish in another col
umn, Is not complete. It is from tbe
Missouri 'Republican's' special nnd was
not completed in tbat paper on account of
the lateness of the hour at which it was
received. Tbo most Important portion of
tbo omitted part, and really of tho wbolo
report, is ths resolution of expulsion re
garding Patterson. Tbo resolution roads :
Rnolved, that J. "Y. Patterson be, and
be Is. hereby expollcd from his seat in the
Tbe sense of this resolution is said to
havo "burst upon tbo aonato and upon the
half-filled galleries like thunder from a
'clear iky.'' It will require a great deal
of thunder of tbe same sort to clear tbe
tainted atmosphere of tho senate and
bouse. But this clap is about all there
will be of it.
CAIRO AND TENNESSEE RIVER
Gor. Leslie of Kentucky, bat votood
tho bill to Incorporate the Cairo and Ten
netsce River Railroad company, Intro
duced in tho lower bouso of the Kentucky
legislature somo tlmo ago. The voto mes
sage of tbo governor Is as follows :
Frankfort, Fob. 25, U73.
Uentlo-nentof tbo llouse or Representa
tives: After a careful consideration of tho4ill
originating In your honorable body, enti
tled ''An act to Incorporate tbe Cairo and
Toiincsseo Rivor Railroad company," I
feel constrained to withhold my approval
if It, and rrspoctfully return tt with my
reasons for sucit conclusion. The bill cre
ates Bernard II. Neal and others a corpo
rate n under tbo namo of tbe Cairo and
TontiesstMi River Railroad company, and
vests it with privileges and power to build
and operate a railway from the Mississippi
river, In Mallard county, to the Tennessee
stato line. In tbo direction of Peris, Ten
tesseo. It j.rovldos in section one
that tbe company may, for
tbat purposo cuter upou and
take possession of so much
laud as may be neceisary, not exceeding
100 feet, to construct, complete and operate
aid railroad and its appendages, tbat if
said company cannot ngieo with the own
ur to comnenittlnn for lands so taken,
it is authorized to Instllue proceeding be
fore a justico or tbe peaco, anu prosecute
tne tamo through tho instrumentality of a
sheriff and jury and the circuit court by
wbicn tbn lmid is to be condemned, and
tbe right of use for such purpose made ab
solute to tho company. Tbo bill lurtbor
provides that "pending tbo inquisitions
and other matters provided for in this sec
tion (tec. 1), the said company shall have
full power, right and authority to proceed
with tbo work of const runting, complet
ing and operating said railroad, over,
upon and through said lands, without
twnitlng tho result of said inquisition ;
nd ou the final award of tbo court, shall
pay t' the owners of the lund such dam
age! and costs so adjudged." It further
provides tbat the jury, In estimating 'the
damages sustained by tliu owner of land
.bus taken, shall "find the actual Value
iboreof, " and "for tho extinguishment ot
IttiiiHiies " sball tako into consideration the
be u tills resulting to tbo owner from con.
trucUnir said railroad." My objections
,o Ibis bill aro : First Tbat it authorizes
iliu company to ontor upon and tako ps
eion of ttio land of a citizen beloro it is
'either bought or paid for, or oven the
process ot condntnnatlon is aommoncna,
which Is in Plain contravention of the
constitution ut Kentucky, which declares
(nrticlo 13, section n) tnui no
nun's property sball bo taken or ai'
nlied to public uso without lust componia
uon boing previously mado to him, tho
mnlt ot legislative power on tho siiljxct
tieiiik! to prescribe tho modo in which ucb
eoinpensition.shall be ascertained and do-
le.-ininoa in u lair ana jusi manner, in
iho case ot Walters vs. Martin. Cl.lol
Justice Marshall deli vt ring tbe opinion of
the court, it is decided that tbe legislature
has uo constitutional right y grant sucn u
power as this bill gives to tbe Cairo and
rennoosco Rlvor Railroad company of
entering upon and taking possession ot
lands before compensation bas been made.
Second No provision is made in tin
bill for tho citizen to have any notice of
iho proceedings for condemnation, at any
lime, either tirevious to or pending their
progress, or even after It has gone to tbe
circuit court; and In tho absence of such
notice, tbo company can proceod ex parti
from first to la.t.
Third Tbero is noprovlslon.saving tbe
rights of married women, infants, orothor
persons laboring under disabilities. Nor
is there anv provision securing to sucb
persons or to non-residents, or eron to tho
citizens, any notiucauon or opportunity
to be hoard upon the Questions, however
important to them, which this rash pro
ceeding may involve.
Fourth The bill allows the company
to seize jind tako out of the citizen's poses
slon his land, and deprive him of its use
nnd occupancy without compensation, and
loaves him to tho tardy chancos of getting
somolhlng, only nt the end of perhaps u
tndiout and expensive litigation.
Fifth The bill, is undertaking to give
directions to tho Jury, as to what it snnn
do In holdincthe inquest, does not suffi
ciently secure to the citizen the full value
of the" property taken from him
r r.ii. :
Sesator Carpenter of Wisconsin, made
u speech In the senate on Thursday, in
favor of a now eloctton in Louisiana, a
speech which tho Missouri 'Republican's,
"Washington spoclal says for ''broad slates
'manshlp, legal, acumen or eloquence and
pow.ir, bu never been equalled this res
'slon, at least. Divesting himself of ill
'ptsiluA predilection i, tbe 'Wisconsin
'termtor mt.lt tstb a rail upon the Lou
'Saiunu uleotloo returns, tt to carry tbe
'.conviction tbut litre was so itlvation Id
'that quarter tzoept to bold tbst litre
'should bt a 'w tAbction. Ills ipwb
pasted two hours, and from beginning io
'end commanded unlrerial attenttor.."
ThetBVcl was to intiked, lb same di
patcb states that "it Is predicted on til
sides that Carpenter's proposition, order
'log a. now election In tue state, will
Tax seiiato and bouse committees on
judicial department have agreed to report
to tbeir respective bouses tho following
apportionment of counties of the stato into
judicial circuits :
1. Joe Daviess, Stcp)iouon and AVlmic-
2. Room. Dolvniw, Mcllenry ami i.nkc,
8. t arroll, Whlloldo, Ogle und Lee.
4. Kane, Oul'uue and Kelidull
A. Uock Island, Men er una Ucnry.
0. Bureau and LaSulle,
7. tirundy und Will.
8. Ilenderoon, Warnn and Knox.
9. Stark and I'coria,
10. Ilanco k and AUumi.
11. Kultou, McDunoUifh. Schuyler, Iirown
VI. I'utnam, ilarsbull, Woodford and
lit. Kankakee, Iroquois and Livingstone.
H. Mil.e n and Vord.
11. Virmllllen, Edgar, Clark, Cole and
lit. Gtiampatim, I'laU. MoiiHtio nnd Macon,
17. DjWItt, Logan, Menard undMukon.
IK. Css, Murgau, Hcott.Ureeii, Jersey aud
ll. Huvgamon and Macoupin.
i. (Jbristian, Moutgouiery. Fayette and
si. c'uabarland, Efflngbam, Clay, Jatpcr,
micklasd, Lawrence and Crawford,
jit., iJond, Aladlwm and ht Clair.
98. Clia.on, Washington, Raudolpb, Mon
Marlon and 1'urrv.
84. JrHeroon. Wayne, Hamilton, Wbtu,
-t" i. w.L.1.1. .....i riuii.iiiii
jft Halfne, WlllUmaou, Frouklln, Jackrou
i. Hardin, Pope, Massac, Johnson, i'u
hU tad Alexander.
"WAsnivoTOiJ, D. d, Fob. 26, 1873.
colfax xscarcs impeachment.
Yesterday tbe bouso judiciary commit-
too reported undor tbe resolution instruct
Ing them to cxamlno whether, by tho
evidence before tbo Poland committee,
any government official deserved im
peaebment. Tbe resolution, as everybody
knows, was aimed at Vice President Col
fax. Ren Butler, who is second on tbe
committee, acted as chairman in phce of
Jnbn A. Bingham, wbo being a Credit
Uobiller cripple took a back seat on this
occasion. The roport was road by tbe
clerk and listened to with breathless at
tention. Wben tbe reading first began
tbe galleries were comparatively empty,
bulla a iborttiae they wero crowded. So
quick dots news travel about the capitolt
Brisbane's pneumatic tube is nothing com
pared with it. Tbe report proved to bo
q argument to tbe effect that tbe
bouse bad co constitutional power
to expel Messrs. Brooks and
Atnrs. This was sustained by a
majority of tbe coninittoo. Messrs.
Buigbam, Butler, Eldrldge, Peters, Shoe
maker and Voorli ei Mr. Wilson also
concurred as far as the impeachment
question wits concorncd. Mr. Potter dis
tuned Irom tbe report in reference to im
peachment, but favored tbe discharge of
tbe committee from tho further considera
tion of the subject on acconnt of shortness
ol time. Mr. Goodrich also dissented
from tbo report, bo holding that congress
has tho power to Impeach Mr. Colfax for
ulTelises committed nrlor la his term nf
office. It Is said tbat Builer and some
otbors would have been only too glad to
recommend Impeachment If the commit
tee could bavo been unanimous, but fall
ing in that it was thought bast to deter
mine upon tbo right of tbe bouso to expel,
and also to answer tbe argument In the
Poland report which is done by insisting
that members cannot bo expelled for acts
conmlttod in a former congress.
On tho question of disposing of tbo ro
ports there was quite a lively lime. But
ler'a motion to dismiss thocoinmilteo from
tbe further consideration of tho subject
would commit tbe bouse to tbe opinions
declared in the roport anil for this reasi
the Democruls generally opposed It, while
the Radicals were divided on it. Gon
Banks wantel snore time for considerate n
aid called tbe opinions "atrocious doc
trlnes." Mr. Ambler also demanded
more tlmo and amid great hubbub it was
Tottd to postpone tho subject until to-day.
Tbe result will be tbat Mr. Colfax will
not be lin peached by the house and at a se
quence will not bo tried by the senate, but
he bat already been Impeached, tried and
found guilty, on bit own testimony by a
higher tribunal than either the son ate or
the bouse the people wbo mako sena
tors and congressmen. Tnit punishment
will be a disgraced life, and so far as pub
lic position is concerned be will carry It
to bis grave with bim. Nor will temper
ance homilies, nor moral platitudes, nor
the legal technicalities of bis case In con
gress, nor torchlight processions at South
Bend wipo out the damning record of his
fall. There aro moro of his political op
ponents wbo foel sorry at what bas befallen
him than rejoice at it, for the harm done
the cause of true religion and morality is
not compensated by tbe exposure of one
of Its professors in bis game of hypocrisy.
TUK LAST ACT.
Tho Credit Mobllier sensation tbat
promised to be a drama, if not a tragedy,
turns out to be afarco and onters on its
last act to-day. Tho curtain will no doubt
fall to the satisfaction of all the actors In
It, except the committee who aro more on
trial, on account of tbeir report, tban Is
either Brooks or Ames. Yesterday the
Democratic members had an informal
Meeting to compare notes so
as to acree on somo course of
action, but no aggreement ws
reached. It is understood, however, that
tbe pulse of tho house will be felt by sev
eral propositions. Gen. Morgan will offer
an amendment to tbe resolution, reported
by the committee to expel all the accused
mombers. If this should bo defeated
anoth t will be offered for tbo expulsion
of Messrs. Kolly an I Garfield. If this
should fail, Mr. Sherwood will offer anoth
er one censuring all those wbo took stock.
Messrs. Randall and Speer will favor tbe
expulsion of Brooks and Ames, and sevore
censuring of others. Eidridgo Is com
mitted to tbe Butler theory, and will op
pose the resolutions. Mr. Yoorhces will
defend Mr. Brooks; assuming that his enso
stands independent of tbe rest as his trans
actions wore not conducted through
Amos. Tbe latter will submit an argu
ment. Uodoprecates the Idea of his being
sacrificed to public clamor, and argues
from tho law on bribery that it will
be Impossible to acquit others nnd convict
him under Its provls'ons. Ames is about
right, for if tbero iiro no bribed ones, how
can be bo the briber? It will require all
tbe ingenuity of tbe committeo to explain
away this point when Bon Butlor gets af-
tir thorn in his defense of Ames. Alley
and Ames aro not, in ono sonso, so guilty
at they at first seem. I think thoy aro
nit morally responsible. Either frcm ob
tuseness of perception or vicious training
t ley have not tbu ligblost conception of
what is called honor. Tiioy luok upon
men as they do upon cross-lies or railroad
or shovel iron, purchaseable and saleable
cjmodltlos. They do not consider the
"plaolng of stock whero It would do tbe
most good" other tbnn at a fair business
transaction, and are only torry tbat It did
nottucceod; tbey cannot soar abovo the
dollar and cent standard and
their morality and honor ends by tbe
payment of their obligations; however the
law holds them equally responsible with
those wbo know what honor is and, worse
tban either Ames or Alloy, havo not
acted it. If Ames would put In the ploa
of "not morally responsible" I think it
would be allowed. .
Tbo bonorablo Demi-John Bingham
goes out of congress in a few days. Ills
name has been montloned in connection
with such a multitude cf positions that
thre is no telling what bo may not bo
when placed. He sidles along undor tbn
weight of "the wisdom of a thousand
years" waiting, like "Wilkont Mlcawber,
forsomothlng to turn upas patiently as
possible. It it to be hoped that Grant
wont forget J. A. B.
GRANT OK THE A5XIOUS BENCH.
For tbo second time during tbo past fow
dayt bat the president gone to the capltol
for tbe purpose of urging action on mat
ters of publio Importance so tbat all ne
cessary legislation may be completed
prior to adjournment. Tbe Louisiana
case and the fisheries quostlon were tpoc-
ially montloned. An extra testlon Is sot
at all probable, but a condition of things
may arlso to make it necessary. Tbe
senate will remain in session for two or
throe weeks after Maroh 4th.
Tbo president is exceedingly anxious
tbat congress shall take definite action on
the Louisiana quostlon as representations
havo been made that a collision between
tbo rival parties in that stato Is imminent
and ho does not desire tbo responsibility of
TUK CASE or SENATOR CALDWELL
Will in all probability go ovor till noxt
session, when tbe work of investigation
will all have to be gone over with again.
Is still hammering away before a senute
investigating committeo trying to prnvo
himself a model of morality and virtue
and a highly injurod man. Uo is eo well
known tbat It dont go down. Ho had bet
tor do as Tony Welter suggested to Pick
wick, "prove a nlleby," that might savo
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HE UC II ANTS.
DEALERS IN 1 OUR ;
And Agoats of
IIIIO RIVXR AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. I). Heodrieat Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AitTancumeuu mad
tretKbte to all polntu and bur and
ell on commlrtton,
"Btmlnopa ailiwlxl to prnmptlr;
ILLINOIS CENTRAL Ii R
loo Mllea the nherteetHonte
ClStttjr BUIe Use akorteet Moate
NO CHANGE OP OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, U tlananolln, Toledo,
Dlrolt, CKTolHOri, Wngsra Fulls
Iliidnlo, i'iIIhUiir, Wv-hlngton.
Baltimore, 'Philadelphia, New York.
Boston anu all points aaat."
Mllwaukle, Jnn?III, atailioon,
LaOroiae, Bt. Haul and all points north.
this Is alto the only d I root route to
Dfatnr, BloomlDfttoa, ftpringelil,
Ptorla, qutncT, Keokuk,
nurlinglnn, Kock ItUn'l, La Pill,
MfDdoia, IMioo, Frrporl,
Galena, Dubuque, Hlout Mr,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawlnc Room Stooping Ca"
On allNlght Trains.
BKg Checked to all important points.
For tickets nd information, to I. C, R.R
dapot t airo; on board In traoait steamer t
twtu Columtn't and Cairo, and at tne princlti
rallroa I llckrt offlca throughout the south.
W. P. JOIINmiN, 0d'I 7aaa. A n't, ChioafO.
A. Mitcbili, Uro'l Pup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ar'i. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1S72
trains will run as follows:
IBIIM OnIRO lOCtHlAH.
Lto Vlrtlma S:to a. m 1:34 p.m.
' HprlnKfi!d......B:0 tiOO '
ToylorTllIa ...... lua " .. 6. e
rant 11.48 '
Taaias eoiao aoatawmt.
S . I). A YEltH. E. J. AYEltS
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lktke, Cairo, Ills.
Lr are Papa ... t.im a. tn -..J Ua. m
" Tatlortill n " s.e
AtrlvoatSprn.flrld...6.1 ' ......S.00 "
I.eT Spr.njflrlJ. 9 10
Armeai Virginia S.6 " 3.16 "
tsains ooma secTutiar,
Lotto EdKwood.....-..Bo . m. ...10,10 p.tr
Flora t.8 .11.4(1
Arrlto at Hhawnr-rt'o .at S It
M UN CBOfiS NrttEET,
FIRE AND MARINE
SELLING OFF AT COST
i. ......... ........
OEBMAHIA, X. T.,
HAWOVKB, K. Y,
ItlltltMWM.IIMlW.HMHHMltH 8S3 00
mrCDLIC. N. T
Assets .714.925 00
Comprising the Underwrite' Aeney,
YONKKM, It. Y
Assets aja i
MRS. MAROAltET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, intending te remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her large
and elegant stock of
M I Xj Ij I IT E3 IR, "3T
Immediately. In order to facllllUto the sale
of her goods, Mrs, Jackhon bas determined
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invitee the ladiet of Cairo and vlr'llty
GOODS ARB ALL NEW
n,0iro2",rt?.f 1.hc,ra 'l?'" b?n "elected from
the late fall styles, henco the Indies have
ri?iSpMili,n,,y topowbaao new and lash
lonahle millinery at cost price. Tbe stoc
contaof hau ribbons.' now en, To! i?
ladles underwear, etc.. etc. llWtl
tirrmkn'u fdxd, . r.,
BKCURITY, X. Y. VAEIHB,
Btores, Dwelling, rurolture. Hulls and Cat
Rora, Inaurolitt ratra aa favorable at sound, prr
tnanctni tecurltv will w.rrant.
I rep.'tfullt a-k or the eltltenaot Ca
ahttrof thair ptlronag.
W. It. Morns,
II. H. Ctndet
No.Puh. and It. H. Coin
1 1ST STJIm
FIRE, DULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
XORTH AMERICA. PA.,
H. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IX
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
Good Mabllntr connected with the house,
ati'l sample room for commercial travelers.
Free omnibus to and Irom all trains.
2-6 Cmd. J. M. DAM RON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenue, between Twellt
nnd Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS WILL FIND OOODROOJIS AND
TltK VERY HIST OF BEDS
-AT THIS HOUSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
31ns. Ellen McCarthy, I'ropr.
JOUN B. WILLIS & SON,
(Bucceuort to John D. Pbillis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, tScc.,
Cor. TENTB-ST. and OHIO LEVE
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LA"W,
G. M. ALDEN,
Late of Thomas A Aldcn,
POBW Ji. ROOIlfr 3-
FLOUR, MEAL, GRAIN, I1AV, fee.
No, 135 Onto Levee, Cairo
S3TCath advances on Goods on sight
Hefkrknccs : Cltv
Cairo, Flnt National Bi
auk of Chicago.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS rofl FAIRDANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
William H.Utaen, 1
William II UiltMrt, V CAIRO, ILMNOIH,
Milea F.OIlkort, J
VHpMta, atuntion glvta te Admiralty tod
Of rio onioLBv,Eoout 7 avs 8 oyei
CITY WATIOIf al have.
David T. Llucgtr. John. M. I.ansdcn.
LINEGAR & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Offlco on Seventh Hrect, Wlntcr't block
ola office of Llnegur, iluuu Jc Tope, 2-2Mm
WOOD RITTENUOUSE & DUO.
oucral Commission Mercbanta
IBS OHIO LEVEE,
z. u. siATituae. o .cm
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi o.w Merc iiants
IAY AND WB8TBRN PRODUCE
CEO. P. FAT, Proprletnr.
AVntch kent dar nnd nlL'ht for boat" and
TEEMS TWO DOLLARS TEU DAV.
Ohio Lcvcc, corner of Sixth street,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
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"t .....w.i,Tti,ttt se
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
set - . .l,Ji3,t9t I
Aatets tilt.eTt tt
Aasets .......... ...lW,rrs 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL. UO.,
Anata m 1400,000 i
CONNECTJCCT MUTUAL. LIFE.
Aaaete 30,000,oro 0
TRAVELERS', DAKTFOKp, UPLAND
Aaaela ....I,Wo UM V
railway vahsenoers a huranck
Vta...... JtpOO.OOO to
A-ita. M.M ..4J0,81 oa
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
Tl Ohio Iivm,
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Corner Public Square,
. C A RUTH Proprietor.
Tills homo has rcccntlv been rcnalrcd nnd
luriiUhed newly throughout, it is conveni
ent to the busluens houses and the court
house. Good sample rooms.
WINES AMI LIUOUHti.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Also, keep ooDstaatl on hand a most com
plete stock of
tOOTCH A WD IRISH WHISKIK8
-O I N H,
Fort, Madorln, Sherry and Catawba "W In
RBMTTH A CO. stll ezclUtlTtlr for ctnh.to
. which fact Iher Intlte tbo eapaelal alien-
(inn f eloa tiarvam hujara.
F. M. STOOKFLETII,
scocsiioa e roats a stecansia
Beetlrynr sad Wtsolesutle netde Iss
Votrclca stad itosaeetle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. G2 Ohio Lbvh,
E keens on hand conattntlr full stocko
Old RantuckT Bourbon. Ut and Mononla
iela Wlilaklea, French Urandloa, I'll i
nt-and (lalirnrnla Wlnra
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINES AND LIQUORS
Commcrnial Ave., Cor. Uth St.
Always on hand a tunnlv of Scotch Ale.
London rotter, Bremen Beer, Chartreuse,
Amioctt, Marascclno and llcr,iicsi-y Brandy.
Ale, 1'ortcr and 'al' t.t I nlf to be found on
IMMIGRANT " YlOOTb
FOR SALE,-! fMgJjJjKOR SAL
FOR SALE. Foa FOR SALE
Fare from Liyeefool,
Fare from LofDCMOitBT
Fare frem Olamow,
Fare from Queetow
TO OAIRO, ; : t t i : t M8 3P
Btfford, Morris Candee Ajtnti,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CUICAOO, ILLINOIS.
Cc.vr'L.OrricE, 172 "WAgniNOToit Sr.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not oulv I'ald-up rolicies but
also a Valuo In Ca.Ji on the Non-forfeiture
U. E.NOBELSDURF, - - Becrotary
JOHN W. PKUEBfl,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for nromotlnir Life Insurance
and Hick Relief by weekly duet and mutual
co-operation in objects oi publio betietlL
Tho Li e Insurance Policies will bo timed
by the 1 cutonla Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, PretMont.
JOHN W. FRUESS, Ao't.
SMIr rnrrnlraattd vUlttttr.
BEAIi UtTATE AQBHC1.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT3
74 (SECOND TLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Bur and Sill Rial Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And par-are Codt UTtacoa of Kinds!
John 0 Uarman. Chat. Thrupp
JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Our Homo AdvortisoM.
MR 8. MoQEE,
Ou F.bthlh Hlrt, txi wean Cemiaerelal and Wash
NEW MILLINERY GOOD3
LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYLES.
Maainas a tali llan of
I302T1T1STS &c HAT3
iTnmmad and antrimrosd,
riiENCU FLUWKKS, UIUUONd, TRIM MINOS
of all kind. Laces, eta., ale.
Mra. MeDea hu alao a lam aaaertmanl o
Ftnoy Artlelaa, auch aa
.NECK T1.M. OLLARK, UNDKHHLlEVEfl,
KUFKS, BArtllEH. rANo.
Ami all oihrratticlet usually lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. 3IcGec, In addition to her dtock of
ancr and Mllllncrv Goods, basn flneonu aud
Fmplete aawrtment of Cincinnati Cutora
code Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Cull
Mans' Boots, Black and tn Colors. TUeso
reacKnowiuuireu to ue tne Illicit anil let
n tho market, and this Is tho only
tin-city that mtkosthem a specialty
II A Kit Y WALKER Frop'r.
This bouse Is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
with the bes
are compounded In the mott approved style
K3TCome and see for yourself. yi
HOME TIRADE! I
Norlb Cor.etb Ht. sttsd Otslo Levee.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing mudo a
pcctnlU-. Roal Kstato bought and told.
t3Taxna Paid. -tr.
WM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD QUARTERS FOR GROCERIES
COFFEK.-RIn, Ltguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR,-N, 0., Hard & Soft Refined,
SYRUPS. New Orleans and Eastern.
WE MAKE SPECIALITIES OF
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and' Commercial Ave
BLANK ROOKS of every description Ioiio
with neatuest and dispatch. A ll Urn of
ruling done at short notice. Bible. Mu" It,
alaifaiinct ard Periodical! bound neat ami
at tho lowest po-slblo rates. nockcts.
County worV, such as "eSouy'
Fee Books. Blanks, etc.. made ipcci itiuy
Boxes, i'ocket Books, Envelopes, etc.,
made to or " "
FRED ROSE .
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
Frtneu, Scotch and American cftsslmeto
of all "olort, and beaver aud broad clothe
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
And at the lowett price. A floe fltand flnt
elase work guarantttd. SaUtlaeUo In all re