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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MARCH 1G, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
JuUN II. OHEULY, Editor and Publisher
TKUMS OK THE DAI I A BULLETIN t
Ono wcok, by carrier 9 25
One yew by carrier, inadvauco 10 00
Ono year by carrier If uot pild In
adranco 12 00
Vno month, by mall ..... 100
J'broe months a 00
Slrmonthi .,. r 25
Ono year 10 00
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY HULLKTIN
John II. Oborly has rcducod tlicr ul)?crlp
tlon prleo of tho Wrkki.y Caiiio Hulletin
to Ono Dollar per anuum, making It tho
choapcatpapcrpubltshed in Southern Illinois
Presidkxt Grant has ro-tiomlnntcd
Brolhcr-in-lnw Caiey to bo collector of
cuitomi at Now Orlcatii.
The Mothodlit Episcopal church South
hai oxpollod tho Hoy. Dr. Huston from
tho church. What a pity tho Mothodlit
Eplicopal church .South could not havo
had to do with tho Credit Moblllor follons.
It was TfhIh.oy that brought George
Drlvor to tho gallows on 1'ridny last. His
last ndvico to thoso who witnessed his ex
ecution, was to hun tho poison which ln
juros body and mind. A tompernnco
lecture undor such clrcumstancoa ought to
bo effective IJiit Ocorgo Drlvor wms not
tho Hrit and will not bo tho last, to pro
claim from tho gallows that tho first so
cial glass was bis first step to ruin. Tho
tragody will bo ropoatcd over and over
again.
Tut froo oxchango systom nnd tho frco
circulation of nowipapora In tho county
whoro printed, privileges hcratoforo en
joyed by tho press, nro cut off by tho now
postal law. Tho provisions nflccting
theso privileges moy bo felt at first, ns op
prcsslve, especially by nowipapcr estab
lishments whoso receipts do not greatly
excel tho outlay. Hut tholr principlo Is
corroct. It is times that tho nowipupor
should coaso to bo a pensioner In any
manner on tho government, nnd
tho frco oxchango list, and frco circulation
ot nowspapors, is n systom of dead hoad
leg which tho prois should lo willing to
tliseontlnuo In practico. Iti nbolUhmont
will not Injure, to any groat extent, news
papers which deserve to live, Although It
may contrlbuto to tho oflbrM of Uio pub
lishers to mako tlicm so usoful to tho pub
lic, that tho public will not do without
them.
ST. PATIUOIC'SDA".
To-morrow is St. "Pntri'ckVdny in tho
morning," a day dear to every Irishman.
Fourteen hundred yoars ago St. Patrick
visited Irolnnd, nnd for foutty yoars con
tinued to preach tho gospel, heal tho side,
jjivo sight to tho blind, and according to
tho legends of Iroland, hoporformcd many
miraclos, restoring thu do.id to lifo be
ing ono of them. During his ministra
tions, St. Patrick baptised tho kings of
JIunstor nnd Dublin, and tho
fovon sons of tho king of Connntight, and
boforo his death convortcd nlmost tho
wholo Island to tho faith. To-morrow,
whorovcr tho sons of Iroland may gnthor, 1
tho namo of St Patrick will bo roinom
bercd with gratitude, and scngs and bal
lads will bo eung to his mcnicry, nnd to
tho memory of old Ireland.
"Here's a health to pond old lrclmil,
'i'lio fairest land ore seen:
And a double health to nil that band
Who nro lighting for tho green.
May heaven unllo on that country.
And freedom rIvc to all j
Tor, by the great Saint Patrick,
Tho tjrunt yet shall fall."
to tho moiling pot nlmost as soon 'ns Is
sued. Tho United States silver colnngo has
'boon nltorcd sovoral times elnco, onco In
1831, nnd onco In 185.1, but tho stiver dol
lar remained unchanged,
Tho silver dollar was left at thorold
standard that It might coino Into competi
tion with tho Mexican dollar ns nn nrtlclo
of commorco. As It weighs twonty-olgbt
and n half grains, about eight cont's moro
than two half dollars, It has novor circula
ted. Probably half our reader havo
novcr seen nn American silver dollar, tho
most boautlful coin In tho world, ilrokcrs
soil thorn at about four cents moro than
gold, and they nro much sought for by tho
manufacturers of jowolry. Thosands of
thorn nro dally coined, merely to bo melted
by tho ruthloss jowclor boforo thodio is
cold. They nro soldotn oxportod boeauso
tho -Moxlcan dollar, which is worth nbout
ono cent moro. Is ovorywboro tho favorite,
especially in China.
Tho now colnngo bill makes a chango In
tho'sllvor dollar, ono which, It is hoped,
will attract tho favor of tho Chlncso, a
matter of no small Importance when it is
known thnt'f50,000,000 of silver per annum
finds its way to Assln. Tho now dollar is
to bo culled tho trado dollar.
Ills to havo no connection with tho
rest of tho United Stntes coinage, but Is
only to bo iliuod to dcDositors of bullion
on their order. It is 'to bo 000 lino, to
weigh -12) grain?, and will tloreforo bo
worth llvu cents moro than tho gold dol
lar, two cents moro than tho silver dollar
aim ono com moro man tiio .Moxican dol
lur. I ho trade dollar will hnvo tl.o
wcignt anil iinoness stampod upon it, and
iviii uu in in.-u sujicriur in eiyio anil worn
iimnship to tho .Mexican dollar. Should
It plcuse tho fastidious "heathen Chinee,"
it will command a prico of nbout ono hun
dred nnd eight cents In gold.
Tho now law also makes n movo toward
universal system of coins nnd weights
by adopting tho French standard of
wolght Tor nil sllvor coins less than ono
dollar. Tho weight of two half dollars Is
fixed at twenty.ilvo grammes, equal to tho
tlvo franc piece, nnd an increnso of nbout
half nor cont. Tho wcW'hr. nf tim hnir
dollar will bo In grnlns oiactly 192.-
uuiJoua, nearly n grain moro than tho
prcsontono of 102 grains. This will bo n
great Improvement, and places our sllvor
colnngo on n par with thoso of Franco,
Spain, Italy, Switzerland and many of tho
South Amoricnn states.
Tho law, which takes effect April 1,
croatos n now oilleo, that of diroctor of nil
tho mints nnd nssay offices, with head
quarters In "Washington.
SlUUXG FASHION'S.
Homo Advertisements.
C09IMUM1OIT AND VOHWABDINU.
halwdaTThIot
GENERAL AGENTS
I'OltWARlUNU and COMMISSION
M K It l II A N TW.
DEALEKS IN EI OUR ;
Ami Agents or
stun ntvnn and kahawiia
.From the New York Herald.
.Residents In tho countrv look
for
THE MINT AND COINAGE HILL
Tho mint and coinngo bill, passed by
congress n few wocks ogo, nnd which bo
camo a l&w by receiving tho presidents'
signature, makes some important changes
in the sllvor colnngo of tho United States
after April 1st, nt which tlmo It
goes Into effect. In 1?50, thrco
hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars worth of silver whs produced
In this country. Now, not lei than thirty
million dollars In sllvor it produced
yearly, an increase of n hundred fold In
nbout twonty-flvo years. The nuw coinage
law is designed to act as an encouragement
to thottill greater production of silver In
tho West. It rectifies n blunder commit
ted by congress seventy-five yoars ago, n
blunder which mado tho American silver
dollar worthless as u jnodium of trade.
By tho net of 17D2, says tho Now York
Herald,' "tho silver dollur was to bo of
'410 grains, of a fineness cf 692 'J-G,tbo
'smallor coins of the amo finenws.
1 and a proportionals weight.
In tho report of tho colnago mudo lust
November by l'rofgtsors Torroy and Lin-
derman it is stated that tho adoption of
mis sianuara lur su vor coinngo was the re
sult of a curious mistake.
It uppoars that it was Intended to mako
tho Amorlcun silver dollar tho equal of
tho Spanish dollar, which contains of
puro savor, not including tho alloy, !i77
grains troy. Now, by multiplying tho
nuigut u. iuu uituuu oiuis uonar, as given
buoto, uy in nncncii mus, uioAeUli.UOOI
tho result 371.25 is obtained, evidently
an orror of tlx grains In tho calculation.
Dr. lUttonbomc, tho thon mint director,
discovered tho error, and for u short timo
sllvor was coined up to the f tandard orlg
inally intendod ; but bis successors did not
daro to violate tho letter of tho law, and
throe-quarters of u century havo passed
before congress has lnterforrcd to correct
iLc blunder. Tho consequenco hit boen
that tho sllverdollar has completely failed
of the purpoio for which It was Intended
vis to replace tho Spanish dollar as an
rticlfl of commerce. Tho Mexican dol
tar, which i worth a couple cents more, Is
fa great demand in Europe und Asia At
Uga prices, wh.ilo our dollar, of bettor
wvrkiauiblp, ii consigned ignomlnlouiiy
Spring undor tho snow, In tho first tender
shoot of greon grass; In tho bursting forth
of n littlu brown bud, or tho brightened
nppoarnnco of n shivering little nnemono.
City peoplo find thoir promise cf warmth
nnd suinhlno in tho milliners' windows,
on tho shelves of tho dry goods stores, nnd
in tho early "openings," which, to privil
eged persons, nro abundantly suggestive
of tho beauty of tho incoming season.
Spring fashions, it muy bo rcmnrkod,
nro on exhibition much onrlior now than
In formor years. Tho milliners' opening
day udherca to its traditions, nnd keeps
hermetically closed doors upan its secrets
nnd it treasures until tho tlmo arrives to
disclose them ; but spring mntorials havo
Loon In great variety for weeks past, and
whether they nro tho veritable artldos
they profess to bo, or only tho rcfuso of
last season's stock, still puoplo buy them,
nnd tho end of both soller and purchaser
Is achioved.
Stripes nnd polka dots flguro chiefly
among what aro culled the "now" dciigns
of -tho proscnt season. Percales nro dot
ted and finished to look llko old-fashioned
foulards; prints, cambrics and lawns aro
bordered or striped in chintz, laco or
clustered, hnir-striped patterns nnd .Inp
nneso (poplins damasked In self colors
upon tinted grounds.
i or tno oarjy season wo Jmvo tho cash
meres, Siciliennes, viroques, India eumols'
hnir cloth,mohairs,summor silks, poplins,
nud .Inpaucso silks nnd poplins. Theso
last fabrics aro of Enitllsh manufacture.
uoivmuiianumg meir Juusiorn name, nnu
nave curiamiy very much imnroved.
Their brilliant lustro outshines tho richest
plain silk, and In tho new peacock, rcsldu
gray, green nud puro wood tints produco
cuecis inuoscnunoiy lovely.
Jiluck silk, black cashmere nnd camels'
hair cloth will bo ns much employed us
over for suits, and polonnises, tho lattor
rieiuy omoroiuorcu and ornamented with
now knotted ball frinco. instead of laco
Now Spring designs nro ndaptcd to theso
matorlals. For handsomu suits of black-
silk or ciishmoro Sicillonno thoro nro tho
btylish rodinp-otos which, with tho nddl
tion of nn underskirt, form a comploto
anti grncciui cosiume,
Tho favorites among tho great variety
of designs in this irarmout uro tho Noil-
son, which is loose nud doublo-broistcd,
nnu mo wnlteau, which is suited to moro
dressy purposes than any of tho other
styles.
Costuuca nrrnnircd with over skirts
and barques nro completed for tho Btrcot
by somo port of a jacket or mantle, tho
dolmnn, which tho varieties aro almost le
gion, being tho fuvorito wrap. Tho lead
hi'' styles, tho Kurcka in thu mnntol dol
mans and tho Ajhorly In tliotncquo styles,
wcro described in u nrovlous article.
Slcovolcss jackets havo brought to light
many plain, round wnistod dresses, which
naa iieeu lata aside as umon tho Impossi
bles. To such n wnlst. attached to a singl
plain skirt, tho Mlllieont ovorskirt is i
God-fond, It Ik simple, nractical. vet
graceful, and gives tho effect, with sleeve
lees jacket, ot it complete costume.
Overskirts nro numerous, consequent
upon tho rovlvul of jackets; tho Murgar
etta Is n favorito model. Wo remark that
nil tho aprons aro short nnd tho fulness
confined to tho back, tho eides lying fiat
upon itiu nips,
Tho Stuart ovorskirt is n particularly
good cxiionent of this vory fushionublo
style, and is well adapted to rich silk, pop-
nn or oiuor goous luni win "sianu out."
The prettiest styles in sloovoless jackets
aro tho Lucia and tho Vllotte, tho l'ormor
vory simple with threo tabs In tho back
and tho lattor pointed in front with a par
tition bnck.
Sleeveless polouaUcs, ns they aro culled
will also bo much in voguo, tha sleeves
being made of tho same material as tho
underskirt. Any stylo of polonnlto can
bo mod for this purpose, and u simple
coat slcovo-is tho moet npproprlato for tho
purpose
Ludlcs who can indulgo in tho luxury
of wrappors will find a now Wnlteau, with
pointed capo, open on tho back, which Is
what so fow wrappors aro, that Is to say,
bocoming. I'lain twilled funnel nt this
season is a material to bo commended, but
Intor foulard, French print or hnir striped
linen would bo moro sultnblo.
Girls nnd boys havo juit tho models
provided for them which nro adapted to
onloyinont and country wear blouse and
sailor suits, shirt waists, n Curl suit for
linen and plquo, tho Kvorutt suit, which
includes trousors, and tho Car! suit, which
is after a taller fashion.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Oxino. Ii.i.iNoit.
COIWJiY, I'AUE &CO
I' (I 11 W A It II 1 .V 1
A H 1)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
HAY,
COIIN,
OATS,
MKAL,
FLO UK AND COUNTKY l'KODI'CK
CAUK), ILLINOIS.
!M2lf
J. 31. J'HILLII'3 & U(I7 '
IKm ci-morii to II, II. Ht-Dilrleiis A Ho.)
Forwarding ami Commission
MKRUIIANTS,
AND
WHAnP-HOATlMlOPHIETOUS,
Vf-Csa I.H'rl AilvivncpinoiiiB msila 2--fJ
t)KZt!m U(.OIl C(iL8l0muiit. rBZil
Aro pronirrd lo rciT, storo and liirRnl
frelxlitc to nil points nml tiuy mul
ncIl mi commlnalon,
SVfOuainMii Htnilii. tn prninitlr.
Hon. N. II. Itoborts of tho first Now
York congressional district, has turnod
over to tho United Statos hii (lvo thou-
land dollars back pay.
S. I). j ykiw. t:. ,i. Avium
AYKKS & CO.,
FLOUR
ANI
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Luvkk, C.vtno, Ills.
i-7tr,
J. A. 'JUNxIXGHA3I,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKAI.KH IS
1S.Jr, OATS,
AND MILL FEED.
CAIHO. - - - ILLINOIS
MILLER & VARKKll,
GENERAL COMMISSION
INK
FOUWAltDINO MEHCIIANTS,
ANli
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AUK NTS foh FAIKBANK'S SOALKS
Ohio i.evofl. OAlJtO. ILLINOIS.
Z. I). MATHUBfl.. K. O.UIlt
MATnUSS & U1IL,
ami ;i:ni:iiai.
C O M M I S S 1 ON M E U C HANTS
UEALE1H t.N
I AY AND WESTERN PRODTJOE
tunino j.kvck,
JOHN 15. PIILLIS& SON,
(Successors to John II. Millhi,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AKP
FOUWAltDINO MKKOHANTS
1N1I
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. THNTH-ST. ami OHIO LKVJl
OAIUO, II.I.H.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & JJRO.
FLOUR
onoral Commission 31 ercliants
183 OHIO LKVEK,
Railroad Advertisements.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mllrdlhe Mini-nut ltonto
TO OPXIOj.C3-0
riKtity'StllcM HioMliorirHl Itnnln
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OAKS
KI'.OM CAIP.O TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIItO TO
Cincinnati, i.. limispoll, TnM,
DptroU, ClctfUml, MKivrn KMh
llullftlo, I'lllftniR, WuhlDulon.
lUltlmnie, i'hIUJolplils, Now VotU,
IIobIom and nil points rant,
Milwftukle, JaiiptII1p, Mu.llF.on,
l.aCron.H, HI. 1'sul and all polats north.
TIiik In aNo tho ctilr direct mute tn
Decatur, lllnnmlnston, NptltiKold,
I'toria, Otiinuv, Ueokuk,
Iliirliatin, Hock IkIihJ, l. Hallo.
Men. loin, Diion, Kreepott,
(lalena, Duliuiuo, blom ulir,
Omaha sod all polati tiurllinent,
Klegnnt Drawing Room Slcoplng Cn'
On nil Night Tralni,
I!IXKo Checked tonll Important polnla.
For tlckntu and information, apply lo t. C, It.lt
depot t nlroj on board tno transit ateamor lie
tweeti Columlnu anil Cairo, and at the prinelp
rallrna I ticket nltlena thrnughotit the touth.
W. I. JOUK40N, Oen'l Haas. An't, ChlcaKO.
A. Mltcnrii., (len'l. Htlp't. Chicago,
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
81'KINOFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN It. K.
On and after ilondny, April 2itb, 1 871!
trnlns will run ns follows:
NOUTHERN DIVISION.
IH11M lllllVO aocTHBHT.
Mnll. Exprcis.
I.aro Vlrilnia. 8:10 a. rn l:r,p.ni.
" HpringHeld :0 " 3;t "
iHyiorTlllo lu.li " 6. H
at ft
Arrive i
Haua 11.10 "
tbmm aoix3.vonrnirr.ar.
6.17
Lxpross. Aliiil.
I.earo lnn I.tm a. m J.M a. m
" Tavlorvllln 4.40 " 4
Arrive at Hi.rinKllelil,..C.n " o.oo "
I.earo ypringMuld n.S 0.1(1 '
Arrive at VltKinia 8.5 " s.15 "
SOUTHERN I) I V I S I 0 ff .
TnAlK OOIS1 fOl'TlltiHT,
Irf'avo Kduwood S.3'Jft. m. lo.lu p.n
" Klorn 8.5 ' .ll. lu
Arrlrp at flhawiient'ii .3 " 5.15
INNUItAMOr.
FIRE AND MARINE
I1TSURA -JTCE
CO.niMXIKl.
HIAOAllA, N. Y.,
Aii-iet. (I.ll.-l'l
(ICRMAXIA, M. r.,
Ax'i-H l.tioM.T'il IS
llANOVEn, N. v.,
Aki Ii" 7if, Ml W
UKVUIII.IC, K. Y.,
A'eeta TH.MI W
(.'iimprlelnx the Underwriter' Agency,
YONKEU!, K. Y.,
AetH HI 4f,l
AI.IIANY CITY,
I.1K3
AitfietH
nnr.Mi:.s'rt fund, h. v.,
HECUP.1TY, N. Y. MAH1NK,
Mfl 1,432,813
H lores, Dn'ollln, Kitrnlture, Hullt and Cnr
KQt'H, Iruuro.l nt ratti an faiorol.lo a. toiiad, per
inahtnt Pienrltv will wirruit.
1 rvsnratrullv ink of thn cltimu-ol C.,.
shareof their pilruuao.
;. isii4iiii.n,
W. It, MorriJ,
Notary Piilillc.
H. II. Candce
No.I'nh. and 1'. H. Com
FIRE, ilOLL, OAHOO, LIVE STOCK
AOUlDKSiT, LIFE,
IIT3UEA1TCE.
j;tna, HAiiTKonu,
AlfHtitf.
AHHeU,
;5,WK,Ml !l
NOHTH AMI'.lllCA, l'A
W.TH.i'Qn mi
UAItTFOKD, CONN.,
A'fi'l" - 5.-.M 4,210 72
PIKENIX, IIAIITFORI),
AeW ..Jl,7iil,ll8 Hi
INTERMATIO.VAIi, N. Y.,
. - tl.S.M.M'i 1
I'UT.NAM, 1IAKTFORU,
I700.W7
Aanete,,
AimctH
CLEVIS LAND, CLEVKLANO,
AetH 1515,673 6S
IIOJIK.COLUM1IUS,
A8cta J166.278 43
AMERICAN OE.VinAL, MO..
AfeU JJ0(),(KO t
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFJS,
ABeia JW.WIO.OIIO 01
TKAVELlCltS', IIAIlTFOItl), I.ll'B AND
ACCIDENT,
Aeta Jl.yifl.oiir) u
RAIL WAT PABSENflKKS ASSURANCE
CO., llAIt'I FURU,
JV.0,000 OU
INDKI'KNDXNT, JI0ST0N,
At - J630.8C2 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS & OANDEE,
71 Ohio Iovo.
Foroigii Advortisomonts.
NEVER KNOWN TO TAIL
Homo Advortisohionts.
HAI.UONN.
THOMPSON'S
FEVER & AGUE TOWDEHS,
1 OR TUB ri'.RMA.NENT CI'RK Ol1
CHILLS AND FRVIIK, DUMH A (HIE
UK ANY 10 KM Or I.M liK.MI I
tent fi:vi:. !
CRYSTAL SALOON
AND
REA DING 1100MS.
M It'll A EL COYNE, Proprietor
(old POST oitick stand.)
.Comer Sixth itrect and Coiuracrelal Av.
The beit bramNol Clgnrti, ehohn M'lnej.
Mijuori-, ete., alwuyioiUiniitl.
taTOpen lay nnd night, jvj
Our Home AdvertiBora.
MIM.IrlKRr.
SELLING OFF AT COST
Till: (iRKATEiST DISCOVERY OF THE
AGE !
".n.. lI.'"c.1,,!S m tiebiiitatiiijf in ' SALOON AND HEAD I NO HOOMS
vnt-uui iiiuii iiiu tMiupiiiiuiiiii rn iiiu i
nbovc, and nono moro vlltllcult to cure by unrunr itii kin.,, .m.i
the iimiiiI mode ofiiraetler, The Kcv.r anil I Com iie.i 1. 1 A WLVITIl'ft lll.OCK.
Airiiti Powders will clleet ii euro in vw ol MiiniiiciLim A.
mo longest etatiUln ns well as prove n pre-,
ventlvo in the rorniliiirMaKUftorthe dlenhcil p
llel hit purely M j;etable, tliey net with eel- I -i
i.iiiur nn nil! uueaxi', toi;iuy rraillcnlllii; ll
from tho ayatptn, mid prevent a rotliru at l'n.piictor(
any future period.
VliV Waste vour tiloiiev mul henltli In trv.
Jiik every niedlelno you boar of, when I JSj-ti,,, .,t brainU ol ClKar, cholcp
1 hoinpon s Kcver anil Ague Powder hao SVInea, I.hiiiorH.etc., alwayc on hand tl
tint',., ('ill.i.t In .tttfi- I I ' '
MILS. MAROARKT JACKHON
large
MILLI1TBBY
Kortuvrly Swander, intending to remove
to Kentucky, dcMrrx to dlnpoae of her large
nu riuKiint aiueK ui
Immediately. In order to laclllltate the sale
of herjfoodH, Mm. Jncknon has determined
to oiler the
KNTIHK STOCK AT COST
And lnvltp. the Indies ol Cairo nnd vle'iity
toLallnii her ir they denlro good baroallu.
Jlr. Jaeki-ouN
OOODS ARE ALL NEW
.ft ... A, . . ....
IVIVIVI'.U X iMUiN I All U 1'. tho lato full Mjlee. hence the ladle have
run- nppiiniiniiy ui pun-liaNo new mid lanh
iitiiiihlc iiillllncry nt eont price. The. Moo
I'Mli-Maiif hats libboiH, llowrrn, IioIit
l.idl- ii ndcrwear. ete.. ete. 11-1011
never failed to euro tho Chilli in anv eae
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
EL DORADO
I IULLIAHD SALOON AND HA K
HE USED.
Thnlr reputation U e.-tubllchcd. 'I'hon
caiid of teotliniinla.N bno been rccrlved,
(bowing that thoe powdetx havo perlornied I
mii'iicli'M In curing cai-CK of long standing, .
many of them considered hopelenji.
There is no rl.fc In taking them. Thoy i
contain nothing iiiiiirlou, und, therclnre, i
limn, (if (hn llni.firltK. ,IU,,fiu h .,rtit, il... I
n-ult of the many nnlrtim of tho day.' H inn.l of i!lifc itiu r!ril,
I'M Mclnii recommend thr in as Mijierlor to i ItlLI.IAItl) K.I0011 funil.-hed with the I.rci
1111111110 i.i iui.v ouier hiiovMi teiueiiy, lur oftib estaiidbarsupp ed with wlncNl mi
thev cave the crteiu 11 a lien bv kind, n,i ' 1... r .1. ...... '.' . ..... 1. '
.1 . .1 . . 1 t 1 , t . . ,,ij ,.,,n ,iini-,
iiiu iniui-iii us oini me proiiauiiuy (11 :i re-
l.ijir.
llliAHi; III' COUM'KUI-KITS. The
KOOM.
Jlllln JA I l.n, I'r.ipi tutor.
lot Cr,ir,niruml a.fiiu, UAtltii, II. I. I.Sol
geiiuliii! nre put up In Kiuurc tin boxes, with .
THOMPSON'S KKTKIt AND A(ll.'K POW- I
in.it.-5 Mampcii 011 tlie lit I, una the Mgnuttirc
ot TitoMrso.N .V CltAwrnitli on the wrapper.
No other can jiorsibly bo genuine.
LITTLE KENTUGKIAN
SALOON
TECODMISOlSr'S j
UH K U3LATI U I
AND
HORSE LINIMENT!
1
Till: OhllAT KXTKttS'.W. RKMKDV KOK
I
It H E IT M A T I S M , N' E II It A I. -,
0 I A, Sl'lt A I NS, ETC.,
AND
(Open Day and.Nlght.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio l.cvep, bet, 4th and Cth !trect,
OAIKO, ILLS.
MEALS ATALt. HOOKS,
MRS. MoGEE,
NBW MILLINERY (JOOD.S
Of TH
t.TXar FALL AND WI.NTKH HTTLKfl
lirmiirs a lull tin ot
BOXSTlTIUCrS Ac HA.T8
ITrinmn-l nd unlrimm.,
l-lir-MM KUIWKRH, IIIU 111 I.Ni, TltlMMINlH
nfull kind. Lca, rto., te.
ilr. McOfit hw lo k Urn Miorlmont n
Kmicj Article, nuch M
.''KClt TLX. (m,LAH. tJ.NDP.nHLKKVKH,
RL'KKH, BAMHKH, KANH,
And Mil oilier urticlu uautllj louni In
F1IIST-CLA89 MILLINEHY STOKE
Mm. McOer, In addition to her wtnek of
, ancy nnd. Millinery (lool,baallntoiic und
, Kmiilctii a.wirlincnt of Cincinnati ('ii-tum
made Ladlcn' and MUion' Short and Chll
. dren' Itoot, lll.ick and in Colore. Thcie
' nreaeknowlrdged to be tho tlnet and bi-t
cer in tho market, and thin Is the only
lut'dir Him iiiiiKen iiiein a npeciHity
HIL.I.IAKDM.
BILLIARDS.
A line now Dliiinir Hall with evcrr con-
r n n r. cn n ti v ,1 j, , f . i- eiilfllce In been added to this Iiiililllir
M.l., ,. ,., KcMutiraTit, and the guests will llii'j I'vciy !
This llulinent has earned Tor it-elf 11 rcpu- rciiil-lle tor thclracromodatlon. .
tatlon unciiialleil In the history of external I'll!' Illl I. OP r.M'l-'
applications. ESTThoiiMiiils who now Mil- '
I.-r from rheumatUni, neuralgia, etc., umilil ron-its or every Mibstanllal and delicacy ol 1
llnd Iminedlute relief Irom all pain by ii-Ing the e.i-on, '
II1I1 certain remedy. It Is equally eircctual I
in cuts, burin, cafiN, stIMiie- of tho neck, r-r-irl T ' A "P?
foru throat, swellings, lilI:iiiiation, frrm .U.E3.Gj -1 -ci-rt
bltep, pains in the Mdc, or bach, bites oTspl. 1
len or i-tliigsfir insects. is Mijiplleil with the 1
Ono rubbing will In all rnc glw iiuuicdl- 1
ate relief, and a few applications complcle . CHOICEST I.IQUORS.WINE.S & CIGARS '
On account of its powerful penetrating I J37Mlxed drinks ircpared wrth care,
properties It Is beyond doubt the dirc-t rem- , , . ,n ,,
edyfor tho 1110H troliblesimie dlpea-cs to 1 "
which hordes and c.nttlo arc liable. It cures
scratches, old and fnli cuts ur Hires, cli.il'c- . IIOTI.IJ4.
prodiici'd by the collar or twiddles. Iniurics .... ....... ....
oKf ! X3a.i:e,ott house BTLLLI AIID HALL
niniMi, nun an uncases wnicii uetirov tlie nti. ( iiokn ncukkt, ,,, ,,,.,,. . ...
hoofs or bones of tho feet. ' ' HA It Hi WALK EH Prop r.
t3r-Kall directions acconinanv each hot- CAUMI, - ILLINOIS.
lie. The abovo are prcparciVon'lv bv , ! .. , . , , . ,., .
Cno.lstnl.lhicn.ni,.,.!,..! with ll.n 1 m.w. ' l""f0 "wlr Httd tip With two
1 ir , w 1. 1 1 if 1 1 i. nm j i . " ...... ..... j
1 tl Market Street, Philadelphia,
And sold by i-torekeepers generally through
out the country. I-'JO It d-e-w
4
ST. NICHOLAS
excellent
and sample room for commercial trawlers.
I rce omnibus to and Irom all trains. BILLIARD TABLES
2'i Gmd. .1. M. DAM HON, Proprietor. ;
I
II It V (IOO II ti.
REillS, RROWN k CO.,
BAG rANUrACTUHERS
Aoents Home Cotton Mim.h
NO. SO Ohio Lcveo, Cairo, lll.
i-a-'.'in.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY.
OP OUIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
CENT'l.-gniOK, 172"SVasiiinoton.St.
AOTIVA, SS50.000.
This Ocrman Life lnsiiranco Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
iibo u Vnluo in CukIi on tho Non-forfeltuie
plan.
JOHN A. HUOK, ... Pronidont
0. KNOIJELSDORP, - - - Bocrotary
.IOI1N W. PUUES3,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity,
JJ ISM ARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Llfo Insurance
and Hick Heller by weekly dues and mutual
co-oporatlon tn objects ot public bcncllt.
Tho Lite Insurance Policies will be issuod
by tho Teutonla Llfo Insurance Company,
II. MEYERS, President.
. JOHN W. PRUES9, Aq't.
2Wiy rorCfttritMid vleluliy,
'72. FALL AND WINT Ell '73
CHAN N Y.
LARGE STOCK.
IIHOWN HHEETIN'OH,
PHINTH,
TICKIlTGa.
OHECKtf,
LSI)
a t k i p i: s,
KKNTUCKY JKAKH, KXTKA,
CASSIMEHS,
BLACK ALPACA,'!
IMl
LUSTEIW,
GitOS'JKAIN HILKH,
POlI.I.N.
LARGE STOOK OF HAHKNTINO
0 1 L CLOTH H,
HATTINtl,
H luUdlT Hlltta,
OILT 11 AN 1)1,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMABKH,
III Mill HUtcU
VEKY LOW KIOUHKH.
COnNKU 8lll BT. AND COMMEIIOIAL-AV.,
fliilro. IlIiuolN.
soritlit
l.UVKIt.S,
UREEN & GIL15ERT,
.TTOl
KLOK
nn, )
ATTORNEYb
AND
COUNSELOR AT LAAV,
VJ.CKSBURG HOUSE,
, On Commercial avenue, between Twcllt
and Thirteenth ureets.
CU'KSTrf Wli.LKINiTooODUOOM' AND
Tin: vmtv best nr.iis
A.11 THI3 HOUSE:
Transient Patronage Solicited.
.Mus. IIu.kn McCarthy, Propr.
1-lOtl
DELrONICO HOTEIi.
i;i:i. i'. r.iv, iririciui-.
Watch kept day and nl(;ht for boat and I '
I rain-.
TEitMSTWODOM.AHSPEK DAV. j
Ohio I,cce, comer of Sixth street,
tf. CAIRO, ILLS l
i
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Norlheait Corner Public .Square, !
VIENNA, ILLINOIS. i
A.CARUTH Proprietor. J
This houo has recently been repaired and
iiiuiiiiicii newiy uiroiignoui. it is conveni
ent to the business houses and the court
house, (iood sample rooms,
DOAI..
CAIRO CITY COAL
cojvr-A-X-T-y.
I pri-rreil In tupplr ouitomor witli th
quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OOAL.
OHDEltS lea at Hulllday Ilros. otllcc, 7
OHIO LKVKK, or at tho Coal Yard below tho
tit, Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tua "Montauk" will bring coal
aougtiide to steamers at any hour.
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
Tho iiloon Is storked with the bet
llrandsnf
WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
IMIlIXlIEm -JD-HjTHTTZS
aro comtiounded In the most approved atyl
t3"Comc and see lor yourself, joj
nunKN.
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tn
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J3
tn
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a
3
Willlnm H.rirnnii.
Wllllsmll Olltwrt
Hllca r , Ullkort
CAIRO, IM.INOIH,
lTBmcia. atlantion ulren tn Ailmltallr n
osinhost biidlntiss.
0FFI0K OHIO LKVKK, R0041B 7 AND H OVWI
OITY NATIONAL 11AHK.
SAMUEL I'. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Otlico over First National bank.
!l-ir3m
D.ivlil T. l.lucg- ir. .lohii. M. LiiliMlen.
LINEGAlt k LANSDHN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
OIllco nn Seventh Mrcct. AVInter'n block
old oniee of l.lneKur, Miiun A- Pope, !!-2Mm Or at eoniprof Twcllth and Poplar. tf.
NEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAltOEST VARIETY STOCK IN TIIK OITY
OOOD3 SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Nineteenth utroelnuil 4oiu
tnerclal Avenue,
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
O.O.PATlElt.
J
a
DENNIS II ALE 1'
Hai now on hand all Mmisol
DHY COHD AND STOVE WOOD
I'or iale. Leave orders at
VM. KhUOE'S STOHE,
Corner Sixth ami Commercial,
FRED ROSE
No. 10 COMMKRCIAI. AVKNUB,
I I'rench, .Scotch and Amerlcau caf,sinicio
of nil colors, and beaver and broadcloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In tho
LATEST STYLE,
cHiieet warranted.
"BOAT MT0KCM.
SAM WILSON,
D lilll
BOAT STOBHa
OMOOKB'.as,
SUOVIBION8 TO,
Mm, !!
Ohi Liv Cairo, In,

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