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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1873.
JjltN II. OHKRLY, Edlu.r ami 1'uhUnlier
TERMS OF THE DAUA 'ULl,ETlNt
One week, by carrier t 2.'i
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier II not ptld in
advance 12 00
no month, by mall 1 00
Three montha 3 00
Sis months 6 23
One year..,., 10 00
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY HIILLETIN
John It. Oberly ha reduced tho suliscrlp
tlm prlco of tho Weekly Cairo Bulletin
f, One Dollar per nnnnin, miking It tho
hmpn't pipir published In Southern Illinois
D, A. Bitotv.v, ono of tho coming rail
roail commtMlonors,has boon ft Democrat
In faith, and last year was prosident ot tlio
itato board of agriculture
Tnie bill condemning tho action of con
grots In increasing tho salary of member,
was introdurcd by Mr. Andorson of Ham
ilton county, and votod against by four
members: Inscoro, Hopkins, Ilerrington
nnd Wostfall. Tho Hon. J. O. Robinson,
member of congress from Sang.mon
county, was on tho floor of tbo liouso at
Joiik A. Logan Is opposed to tbo ex
pulsion of Caldwell from tbo senate, and
thinks it wrong to inflict a "vital blow"
on tbn Kansas senator. "Whether tbo
senato.docs or does not ox pel Caldwell,
tho verdict of tho peoplo will continuo tho
tamo, that ho obtained his seat in tbo
Unltod Rtatos eonnto by corruption. Ills
non-orpulnon will not alter tbolr decis
ion in his faTor, wliilo it wilMncludo in
bis disgrace, to a certain extent, tboso
who contribute to that end.
The Moinplils 'Appoal' of Thursday
Sit yearn ago tMs vast wintor Mr. Lpo
Aldrich.a lawyer of this citv, died with
(mull-pox, Hit body was takon churgo of
by Hoist, who also received a trunk of tbo
deceased tilled with clothing. JJylng In
tetnt, n law suit nroso concerning his
property, nnd in tho oxcltmnont tho trunk
was fiirirotton by all parties. About two
weeks linco Dennis Aldricb, a brother of
Lep, for tli o llrst tlmo learned or tho exit
tercnof tho trunk, nnd calling nt Hoist's,
took possession, opening tho box and exam
ine: tho clothing. In conscquenco of his
handling tho infected goods ho was at
tacked with tbo small-pox, whirh proved
fatal, he dying a day or two sinco. This
caso should prnvo n warning to other
that tho only safo plan is to burn b11
clotMng used in nny way by n small-pas
THE NEWEST RAILROAD BILL.
The latest bill introduced Into tbo leg
islature having for Its object tbo solution
of tho railroad difficulty, is ono by Mr
Armstrong of tbo house. Tho bill ns con
densed in tho Chicago 'TnbunuV Spring
Cold conftpondo"", U ''bated upon tho
theory '' "" 'eetslattire niust by peiier
ct establish n uniform inHximum
standard of pasengor tarriQ'i and freight
chargo', and that this authority cannot bu
dcloi;atod to a commissioner or uuy other
powiir, and that, until such law is passed,
no punishment can bo inflicted, bocausu
thero U no law to violate. Tho passenger
rate is flxod at three cents pur niilo, and a
uniform flexlblo ecalo of freight tariffs is
established by the bill classifying freights
ot lum-lh, and provides tuviro penalt'ts
for unjust discriminations undoxtcrUonsi
It makes it tbo special duty of stuto's at
tornejs, under tho supervision of tho at-
tormy-general, lo enforco tiio provision of
tbo bill. Aftor three convictions for vio
lation of tho net, tho franchises of tho
road nra to bo forfeited. Tho attorney
general is to iiioan information in tbo na
ture of a quo warranto, with a viow to
ouster and conviction. It does not repeal
any pslor law
Tho following extract from tho bill will
giro an Idoa of tho rates to bo allowed
fur sonio articles of commorco :
Corh,Jlc per 100 lbs (or 100 miles.
Hums und mules, 820 per car lor 100
Cattle, f 19 per car lor 100 mllff.
.Sheen. BIS per car lor luo miles.
Soil wood lumber, f;l per in lor 100 miles.
nam woou lumucr, ?t m per m lor 100
Lath, 45c per m for 100 miles.
Khtngli'i, S0e tier in lor loo tulles
Flour, meal, etc.. aic per brl lur 100 miles.
Salt, cvuicut, coal lur, etc., !l7c per brl lor
Dr. by car-load, S3o per btl for 100 miles.
Urlcfc, btoue, baud, etc., 8:0 per cur for
Owen Intlts In packages, $21 Mporcnrfor
Illinois coal, 83 per ton for 100 mile1.
Hurd coal, pig iron, etc., $21 per car for
CooperaKC.etc, $20 per cor for 100 mllos.
AKrifiilturul Implements, etc., ?20 per cur
for WO wllo.
Cedar pouts, flre-wood, etc, 123 cubic feot
as m lumber.
Heavy timber same at lumber, when In
tliortties. Everybody was strictly
Watched, an 1 If it alavu was lound uulsluo
the llnilis of hi master's plantation,
ho would bu llntilo to show by what right
bo was out of placo. I was put to work In
a ship-yard, ntrl commenced to leurtl thi
business or ship-carpentering ana caulk
ing. Horn 1 had trcipioni inturuourto
with sailors, nod in them 1 thought I dis
covered a feeling of sympathy and kitiil
nets. Although tho dillluulties and obsta
cles ngulnst oscapo wero apparently
insurmountable, I conceived un Idea
that 1 could socuro my relume
by dressing in sailor's clolbitig
and making a surreptitious retreat, llul
I had no pnpers by which I could pass
troni place to placo. Fortunately, I i.-.ol
with man named Stanley, who lived in
llnlllmore, nnd who was free llo resem
bled ma in stature, and from In in I ob
tained 'a suit of suilor'a clothes, and his
protection papers, nnd in this npparul,
provided with tho necessary articles, I, in
.September, 1839, secured my liberty. I
got Isaac miotics to tauo my bundle, and,
by arrangement, after tbu train Blurted
bo threw It in. and I lan niter and lumped
on tho car. If compellod to buy a ticKot,
it would navo been necessary to undergo
tho most rigid examination, and all de
scription in tho pipers must correspond
exactly with tho marks on my person.
Accordingly, tho scbemo was carried out,
and I soon arrived nt Wilmington. Here
1 met Frederick Skein, lor whom I
had worked, but I was so porfectly dis
guised that bo did not know me. In a
low moments tbo train from l'hlladolphla,
bound south, arrived and on this was Capt.
McUowan. of the rovetiuo cuttor of Haiti-
more, wborn I bad known intimately, and
who also bad been acquainted with me,
out no, too, tailed to recognize mo. Wlieu
tbo conductor camo through the train he
rudely called on tho paesengor for tickots,
lint wiion lie camu to me lot toad of speak
ing in un arrogant minnor, told me kindly
tb ut ho supposed I had my free papers.
i responded in mo negative, but ins sur
prise was groat, und his Indignation not
apparent when I told him that my only
purs was un American caglo. Looking
upon it ho stated that I was nil right,
and with this BSiurun:o I camo through
to Philadelphia, nnd proceoded to Now
VorK. X got more at - two o ciock, and
stayed about and slept in tho streets until
morning. I did not know that I had n
friend thorn, but on tho next morning I
met Isiac Dixon, at wboso houso I had
llvod In Hallimorn, and ho referred mo to
David Uucules, a philanthropist and eon-
orous-minoed citizen. Wbllo in tho city,
wnero l remained several uay, x visited
tho Toomb", nnd thero I saw Isaac Hop
por, who, for tho great offenso of assisting
'Tom.,' u wou-Known cnaractor, in ruait
Inir his etcane. was umloriroini: trial."
Mr. Douglass said ho had kept this
story secret until tins lime, because ino
conductor who allowed him to pass from
Ualtimoro tn Philadelphia would have
boon responsible to his mastor for tho pe
cuniary extent of loss sustained, nnd bo
causo ho did not want tn cxposo his friend
Stanly, and because ho did not want slave
holders to know that slaves had any meth
ods of oscapo. His freedom, ho said, was
honorably purchased by llritisb, gold,
seven hundred nnd fifty dollars baving
been paid for him by a friend of his in
England, nnd tho negotiations having
been conducted by tho Hon. Wm. Mere
dith of this city, who is at present tho
presiding officer of tho convention for tho
revision of tho itato constitution, which is
now in session.
OBOCiniKB MCTAILKD AT WlTOLXtULI
I-RICIS Fori CASH.
AT II. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WAflUlMOTON ATKNUK, DXTWKIV TSNT1I
AND ILEVIMTtl 8TRIKT8.
BC 'bi. nrit Ouba Sugar for -
0 lbs, A
- $5 0
- 1 00
coffoe Suear. N. Y. Bid. - 1 Of.
1 Vrlmo Bio Coffoo for - - 1 0C
" Cholco " " - - 1 0C
3 11 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Tea and other staplo and fancy Groce
ries equally M cneap.
Goods now and full wolght given. Call
And Dealer in
VKQETAIUiES, F1UTITS. EGOS, LAUD
C5TAU Goods warranted fresh, and sold
mo lowest prices.
Corner 0th St. andCommerctalAve.
HYLAND & SAUER,
ADD DEALXH8 IX
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Corner 10th street and Commercial aveuuj
noxt door to the Hylaud saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 R
it0O Miles thi NhorCect RnntWi
ElKtitr HIlMtheSlhnrtoait Houta
TO ST. LOUIS
NO ORANGE OF OARS
FROM CAIRO TO ,
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OIIANOE OP OAR8
OM OA 1 110 TO ft
Clnolnnall, - Hr.rotl, Told ,s '
Detroit, ClfiTelund, Nlgr Plla
Iluflalo, i!!".b?',"Vi Whlolrton.
Ililtlmore, Philadelphia, New Tork.
Boston and all omts Mt.
Mllwnkl, JanMfllle, M.on,
LaCronso, Bt. rul and all point north.
This It also tha only direct rtnle to
Decatur, Dlnomlngton, pnngld,
Peoria, 8ulnoJi. . Keokuk,
Burlingtoa. Knck teUmi, I Halle,
Mendota, Dixon, Freeporl,
Oalena, Dubuque, Hloiu City,
Omaha nJ all points northwest.
Elcgajit Drawing Room Sloeplng Cn"
un nu nigni x rains.
DmKRo Cheeked to all Important points.
For tickets and informatmn, apply to I. O. H.R
deoot! alroi on aourd tnetraniit ateAmer li
tweeu Oolumbu and Cairo, and at tne prlnclp
W. P. JOIIN-05. Oen'l Pat. An't, Chlo.jo.
A. Jtitcniii. Gen'l Mnp'l. Ctileigo.
J. JOnN80N, Ag't, Cairo.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1873.-SIXT1I YEAR
An Illustrated Monthlv dournal, universally
ndmltted to bo tho lluiid-oincht Period
ical 111 thnorli. V It i!rj',lt-
th e und Champion of Amor
Not for Nnlv in Xlook or IVenrw Storey.
Notw,tht.uulini.' the ineremo In the prlco
of Milncrlptlon last rail, when tbn Aldlne a
Mimed Itxprchcut noble proportloiH and rep
reentatlvu character, tho edition will more
thundoublo the paitycur; proving Hint tho
Amcrlea'i public unpreelato n tTneorti el
lort In tho catio ol Art. The puMUberx
imxioiK lojiiitlly the ready coiuldeiico thus
demouvtrated, have exerted llieiiiM'lves lo
tho utinii-t to develop mid Improve the
work ; unci the plans tor the coiuIuk vcur,
an uutolded by the month ly Usurs, will un
lomMi aim ueuKiii. eum ine iuui tanirulne
trlendt ol the Alillnc.
'Ihu Ahlliic will reproduce examplea ot
iiiu en loruiuii nianerc, n'lceieii Willi a
icw 10 mo iitiii-tit nrtlMle nueecss, and
greatit general iuteret; uiMlding htich as
have become familiar, through photograph,
or copies of any kind.
The ipiarterly tinted jilatea for 187:1, will
reproduce tour of John ri. Davln' inimitable
chlldketcliec, nppaprlalo In tbo four Mia
mum. Theno plates appi arl tiu In tho Isnlcs
for .lanuarr, April, July, and October,
would bu iilutio worth thu pricu of n year'a
PREMIUM ClIltOMOS POR 187.1.
. JAKE WALTER,
tiiaurn Stkkkt, Hktwekk Washinqtoj
and COUUKBCIAI. AVENUKH,
Ailjolnlnic IM'iMition nnd ilannjr'a
Keep the beet or Orel, Port, Mutton Veal.
Limb, SauaaKe, etc., -ml are prepareil lo rtrfe
eitisens tn tho most acceptablo tnbnnjr.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
UuTCnKR AND DEALKR IK ALL KINDS O)
COlUJKIl NlNKTKNTII AND POTLXR 8TB.,
Iiuys nnd slaughters only tho best cattle
hois and sheep, and is prepared to till an
demand for fresh meats from ono pound tc
ten thntnmnd pounds.
KUAIj EMTATK AS1KNV.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (becond floor) onto levxk,
Bur and Sxll Heal Estate,
PURNI8U AD3TRACTS OP TITLE
Ant p-ir Gonveranne of Kin It!
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
HOUTUEASTERN R. R
On and aftor Monday, April 24th, 1872
trains will run at follows
taitM oomo (octniiir.
Leare Vlrlni. 8:40 a. n tiM p.m.
' Snrlnitdelil :0 ' S:00 "
Tnylorftlle ...... 10 S ' ft.
on mmtim i siiiia w u r u k w M Bl n o.-
HALL1HA Y PUOTUERS;
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FJOUR;
And AKenM of
Imo Mf Mn VAMAWIJA
TaAlltS O0IH3 NOIIHWIHT.
Ieare Pan 4.i) a. m 3.M a. m
" Tavlortill 4 40 " 4.8 "
Arrive at 8prmaflelJ...e.n ' ..........8.ou "
Le 8pr.nifleld.-.....& 0 lo "
Arrive at Vliginia 8.5 11 8. li '
taaias ooma eevTiitser,
l.eme KdawooJ ft,3U a. m. ...ln.10 p.tr
' Flora S,a .11.40 "
ArrlTo el Shewnret'n ,U S IS
FIRE AND MARINE
.MAOA11A, N. T.,
teti (1 ,430,210
OERUAN1A, If. T.,
Asset .,. 1,G04,7U 76
Assets 728 Mi 11
Aeets . T14,U 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Afcftney,
YONKERK, N. Y,
issets K78 4(1
TIREUEN'S TDND, B. Tn
SCDRITT, V. r.
tUfttW HHiwm mwM
Stores. Dwelling, Furniture, Utilla and Car
", Insured nt raiei an fuTTable ae louod, per
mtnent eeeuritr will warrant.
I reapeutfully ak of the oltlienol Ca.
harrof thtir patronage.
70 Ohio Lkvek,
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
F O H W A R l I X U
a n v
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Our Home Advertisers.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor
(OLD POST OFFICE STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave
The best branda ol Dlirmm. rholen U'lnai.
Liquors, ate., always onliand.
B370pen day and night. JEl
SALOON AND READlNfl ROOMS
0o?f.Ll,.l!.r.,.rne.0'AiuJ WINTER'S JILOUK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
The best branda of Clirar. choice
cs, Liquors, etc., aiwaye on uanu u
RTLLIARD 6ALOON AND EAR'
JOHN OATEN, Prolrl4r.
10 Onmmeroial Avenue, CAIKO, II.LINUlr
Beel brand of Callfr' UCtaarslu reoeuvJ,
1IILI.IAKI) saloon furnished with tho Uit
oftablea : and bar supplied with wines, liquor
anil clirarx or tnenei nraivn.
(Oprn Day and Night.)
J. E. PAR If S, Proprietor,
Ohio Lovee, bet, 4th and Gth street',
Our Home Advertison.
SELLING OFF AT COST
Former r Hwamicr. intenmne to nnuni
to Kentucky, destrea to dispose of her large
TV I I i . i rvrr Tn -tt3 Tr
nedlatclv. In order to faclllltate thn
of her goods, Mrs. Jacknon has detormlued
KNTIRB STOCK AT COST
Anl invites the lad el of r ra nml Tle'i t
tO call OH her If tliev ileilra irnmt Umr. .1111
GOODS ARE ALL NEW '
The most ol them having been solccted from
miu mm inn eiyics, neneo tne lames nave
rare opportunity to purchase now and lush
lonablo millinery nt cost prlco. The atoc
conlit of hats rllibons, flowers, boiler
lauivs unuemear. Die. CIC.
J. 31. PIIIiiLIFS !i CO.,
(Hacceeiors to E. 11. Hendricis A Go.)
MEAIJ ATALL HOURS.
I A Ono now Dining Hall with every con
venience haa been uddetl to this popular
Rextaurant, and tho gucsU will llna every
rcijuMto lor thelraceomodatlon.
TUE HILL OF FARE
.. , . consists of every substantial and delicacy ot
Lorwaruing and Commission 1 uic season.
Libera Adrancemebie tnnde
Are prepared to reeeire, storo and loneard
frelifhtf tn all point and bur and
ell on commlmnn,
IIuslnMa attended to promptly;
W. II. Morns,
II. H. Cindce
No. rob. and 11. M. Com
Every lbcrlller to the Vldlno. who pay
in iidiaiieo for tbo year 1973, will reeolvo
without additional clmrw, a pair of hcuutl
ful nil ctirotiiori, utter .1. J. Hill, tho eminent
FRED. DOUGLASS' ESCAPE
THE STORY TOLD FOR THE FIRST
PiliLADELriiiA, Pa. ilitrcb 10, 1873.
Tbo Acndomy of Music was densely
crowded this ovoning to hear .Mr. Fred
rick Douglass' rehearsal of bis "Itcminij
CB6CJS of Slavery and Anti-Slavery."
Air. Douglass j-avo tbo following rehear,
sal of his own escape: "While slavery
existed, I had good reasons for not tolling
the story of my escape from bondage, and
riow that tho ureal trial Is over, 1 do not
know any good reason why I should not
toll it. Fuoplo generally imagined thai
It was a marvelous rorlul, but It was one
of the most simple and conimon-placu sto.
rles that could be given. I was owned in
Talbot county, on tbo eastern shore of
Mary and, in IMS, and n few veurs afier
that tlmo mado my ccapn. I had beon
sent up to Baltimore by my master lo a
biothor of Lis for safe keeping,
but it was a strsnco move
ment to send mo sixty miles noa'cr rny
liberty, When I determined on escaping.
I looked about for proper means to ae.
ooippllsb my purpose. At that tlmo
gTMt vigilance was eierolmd by tho nu-
KnulMi painter. Tho pictures, cntitl"
"i no magu ueiio,'- nun "Wfi-lng ihe
Moor," nro llx'JO Inches -aro printed Irom
'J3 diiiorcnt jilates, requiring !, iuiiirct'Sloiis
'and tints to perfect each picture. The fcumo
chromos nre told lor $W per pair, In the art
store. An It In tho determination of itx con
ductors to keep the Aldlne out of the reach
ol competition in oiery department, tho
chromoK will ho found nlieai) ol auv Hint
can bo ollered by other periodicals. Ewry
subscriber will tecelto iteertllleale, over the
hliiaturo of tho jiiiblMicr, guaranteeing
that the chromos delivered eluill bu eipial to
tho hamples furnbihcd the agent,
or the minioy will bo reluuded.
Tho illHtrlbutlon of pictures of this grades
five to tho HUli-cribcrs to it llvo dollar peri
odical, will mink an epoch In the hMory ol
Art : and, considering tho unprecedented
cheapness of the price for I'ho Aldlnn Ittell,
tho marvel tails little tliort of a .nlrlacle,
oven to those best ru'ipialnled with tho
nchlovcmctitt of inventltu genius and Im
prove.! mechanical appliances. (Kor illus
trations of theso chromos, tce So ember is
sue of tho AliHuo.)
THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT
will continuo under tbo enro of Mr. Richard
Henry Stoddard, assisted by tho best writers
and ports ol thu day, who will strlvo to havo
thu literature of thu Aldlne ulwuy In keep
lug with Its artistic attractions.
W per amim, tu advance, with Gil Cbro
Tho Aldluo will, heri'tller, be obtainable
only by subscription, Thero will bo uo re
duced or club r.Uo ; cash for Htibscrlptlons
must bo sent to tho publMicrs direct, or hnn
ded to tho local agent without rcspon-lblllty
of thu publishers, except In cares where the
ccrtlilcato Is given, bearing tho fac-sluillc
klguaturo of JutiiL'3 Sutton & Co,
Auy person wishing to act permanently as
n local agent, will receive full and prompt In
loriuatlnu I iv applying to
JAMES SUTTorf.lCO., Publisher,,
63 Maden Lano New York
John J. llarman. Chas. Thnipp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xorlti Cor. oTOtU Ht. aud Ohio Levee
Abstracts of Tltlo, Conveyancing mado a
specially, neai r.smio nought anil sou.
tST'l xes Paid, etc.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is fxtftiii to supply ouilomer with Ih
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDKIIS lea at Ilailldsy Tiros, office. 7
onto lkvek, or at tho Cool Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "MontaUK" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o Btery descrlptlcn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOOllS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on ebortest notloe.
Cotmuoroial-av, bot. 10th and llth-ste
NEW YORi: STOiK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L AHQ EST VARIKTT STOCK IN TUB CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Wlnoloeutli atreatassd Com
Has now on hand all kinds ot
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For sale. Lcavo ordor at .
VTM. KLUOE'3 STORE,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or t corner of Twelfth and Poplar. tf.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTH AMEUICA. PA.,
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
- 11,3SJ,898 1
- S515.C73 it
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
- 1600,010 (j
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
- 130,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD. LIFE AND
RAILWAY PABSENQEU3 A'-SUltANCE
- $ 600,000 00
Assets m (630,863 00
SAFFOllD, MORRIS &0ANDEE,
71 Ohio Ie,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIB.
CNT,L.OrncK, 172 WabhinotonSt.
This German Llfo Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
-inv iuc in unsa on tue iton-roneiture
JOHN A. HUOK, .
JOnN W. PRUE8S,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity,
SECTION NO. 47.
Asspcutlon for promoting Life Insurance
and Hick Relief by weekly duns and mutual
co-operallon In obJecUot public henetlt.
Th Li e Insuraneo Pollclos will be issued
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President
JOHN W. PBUE38, Ao't.
uUt Csstr Bsl TtelcUtjr.
S. D. AYKR8. E. J. ATCR8
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levik, Cairo, Ills.
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
IE3LA.1T OTS, CORK
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS on FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Lbvbb. OA mn. ILI.TNOI8.
Z. D. MATHUSH.. C .UUl
MATHUSS & UnL,
Commissi onMerc Hants
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN H. PI1LLIS & SON,
IBuccsssors to John 13, Phllln.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, dec.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. au OHIO LEVE
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.
oneral Commission M oroliants
183 oniO l.KVKK,
BEMIS, BROWN & UO.,
Agents Home Cotton Mills
NO. 60 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES &CIGAKS
t3TMIxed drinks prepared with care.
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73
C. H A N N Y.
LARGE STOCK. "
KKSTUCKT JKAKS, TXTUA,
LARGE STOCK OF OARFSTING
His Ksstlrii Htook
VERY LOW FIGURES.
OORHBB 8TH BT. AND COUM1KOIAL-AV.,
JH4.I.N CBOSS NTBEET,
CARMI, . ILLINOIS.
Good stabllnsr connected with the house,
and sample room for commercial travelers,
Free omnibus to and Irom all trains.
2-5 Crad. J. M. DAMRON, Proprietor.
On Commercial avenuo, between Tivcllt
nnd Thirteenth streets,
GUESTS WILL FIND GOOD ROOMS AND
TTIX VERY BX8T OF BEDS
A.U? THIS HOTJSa:
Transient Fatronago Solicited.
Mrs. Ellen McCarthy, Propr.
GKO, V. FAY, Proiirletor.
tra"tCh kCIt Uay Und "'Sbt for b0lUa ftnd
TERMS TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Ohio Lovee, comor or sixth street,
8,1 tf' CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northoast Corner Publlo Square,
A. OARUTH Proprietor.
This bouse bsi recently been repaired and
lurulshed newly throughout. It convenj.
coute, Good aample rooms.
MRS. Mod EE,
on Eighth Mtrl,LWMDCommftrclal and Wasb
nxiou snoiiM, is uaiir rMltln
NEW MILLINERY OOODS
LATKBT TALL AMD WIKTttR RTTLKS
tiramsi a lull lias of
. BOITITBTB Ac HATS
Tnmmw and iintnmini,
of all kinds. Laces, ate., sto.
Mrs. MeOwi h also a lira skMertmrnl
Fsjicr ArtlcUs, such aa
NECK T1.V. CELLAR'S. UNDKhflLKEVEH
And all oihsr arnclss nsuallf found In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TOR
Mrs. MrOce. In addition to her atock o
anev anil Mllllnerv (Innils. has a llnSnnn am
Kmpiete awortment of Cincinnati Custon
made Ladles' and Misses' Shnrs and (Jhll
drens' lloota. lilack and tn Colors. The
areacknowledtfod to be the tlntst and lies
BILLIjI A KD HAL
II AltRY WALKER Prop r.
And two Una
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is stocked with the bes
are compounded in tho most approved style
t3TComo and see lor yourself.!
No. 10 Commercial Avenue,
French, Scotch and American casslmeia
or all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up In the
I til iSWSI s l,""" "tsssss Sl I I S J I-.
BOAT STOlilia j
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