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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1873.
JjtlNH.OBERLY, Editor and Publisher
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Johu II. Oberly has reduced the eubscrlp
tlon prlco of Uio Wkkkly Caiuo Bulletin.
f) One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illlnol s
Tea femalo doctor! bavo Juit been grnt.
uatcd by a medical collajje" In Now York
Tun -relatives of Foster, who nro
woaltby, will send hit widow nnd children
Chief Justice Chase, "William Uullcn
Bryant, Oor. Noyes of Ohio, and many
other prominent men havo written loiters
to John O. Whlttlor, expressing their re
gret that tho resolutions censuring Sena
tor Sutnnor for lili baltle-fl ag movement
in thq.senatc, were passed.
Aunyoiocsnowipapcr accuses 1'rosl..
dent Grant of speaking with a mental res
ervation In lit letter to Colfax. Whon bo
ancrts that bo has the samo conSdenco In
tho cx-vico proiidcnt that bo always bad,
it ts said ho meant that ha always bad
. 'f. This It hard on Colfax, but few
pooplo will glvo tho president credit for
tho doublo cnlcndrt
The London 'Dally News' s'ays :
How llttlo roal bold Atnadeo, epito of
all bis good qualities, Miceoodod in gaining
on the popular recard, is discernible now
in tho stranco facility with .vhlch bo and
bis rcicn havo faded nlroady out of mem-
ry that is, If wo gauge recollection by
what seems tho only pvisibli measure in
fuch a case, tho extent to which tho topic
is noticed in conversation. You may sit n
whole .ovnning in the Cafo Suizo, and
nover hear tbo namo (f Amadeo men
Honed. Tho opitodo of tbo foreign king
rhip ha3 left nothing behind it oicept tbo
titles which the foreigner btowed somo
Tnn ladies are becoming Interested in
tho centcnial celebration : nnd tho thine
may now be said to bavo received an im
portant impetus. When tho women will,
they will and there's an end ont, whether
tboy ooncludo to expend their energies on
a church fair or a centcnial celebration.
A woman's centcnial association has been
formed, tho women of Philadelphia laklug
tho lead, and it is.cipcctcd that the work
will ba oxtended until tbo women
throughout tho country will become- intcr
oatcd. A wkiieb in the San Francisco 'Cliron
iclo' thus describes Captain .luck, tho hero
of tbo Modoc war:
Captain Jack was tho central flguro
nnd attracted much attention. Ho is a
stern, UigniQed-looking man. not over
thirty, though ho looks older. Ho has n
flood head; though, Hko all Indians, tho
forehead Is low. His complexion Is dark,
tho pure copper-color; and his oyos nro
black, full nnd piercing. HU hair Is long,
bunging down to his shoulders, nnd bo is,
of course, destitute of all beard. Ills
mouth is largo, and Us shape indicates
flrmncss, determination, and n great deal
of character. He was vory glad to seo
'Steele, but he did not show it by bis man
nor. When ho shook bands it was with
an IndiiTercnco that, to ono unacouaintod
with Indian character, would seem to bo
absolute rudeness. He was dressed in n
hickory shirt, and was rovored with
A corrzsi'Onde::t of tbo New York
'Evening Post,' writing about tbo centen
nial celebration, says.
Among tho many novol features of tbo
exhibition will bo a display of ell the veg
etable products of tho United .States, those
requiring a torrid tempcraturo being sup
plied therewith by artificial means. Thus
tho cedars of Maino and tbo magnolias of
Florida, tbo cotton of .Mississippi and tbo
wheat of Minnosota will bo seen in actual
growth almost side by sido.
Tho wonderful varieties of Amer
ican fruits will U- exhibited
simultaneously, and as r. nation In
tho world has such an extent and variety
as ours, this feature will espcc.aliy interest
and cuprito all thoso who may vLit us
from furilgn lands. It is confidently be
lieved the American centennial display
of 18TC will bo a magnificent combination
of that series of International exhibitions
with which England and I'rAUi-e have de
ligbtod tho world, and which it was
thought would closo with the Austrian ex
hibition of the coming summer. It may
bo added hero that Professor Iiluke, ono of
the centennial commissioners, will visit Vi
enna this spring, for tho puritmi) of study
ing tho arrangements of tbo exhibition
there, and suggesting the adoption of mch
features as may bo dcsiraldo for the Phila
X BAD EXAMPLE.
The Nov York Evening 'Post' criticises
with Ttixl severity tho nction of the
Ponwiylvaula legislature In following "the
'example of tbo last congress of thelvos
1 at Washlngtonn increasing their salaries
'and voting themselves back pay." Tbo
This moral contagion will probably
spread liko tbo smull.pox, and, lil;o tbo
tinall-pox nmon matorial pa-tilonccis, so
this is tho nastiest and meanest of moral
sickness. As among thieves tburo aradlflur-
ent kinds who uru moro or lots manly ac-
coruing to iuo rim mey run ol detection
or of bodily barm In tbo act. to tbo sneak-
thief Is held even by bis fellows to be tho
most detestable. Tbo sneak-thlcf among
tbo public plunderers Is the It-gtslalor who
votes himself back pay i its inventor was
Benjamin 1 Butler otMuEtmlmiettSi the
lint to engago In tbo busim were the
members of tlio -XLII. cotir .
General (Jrunt is not a quirk.witted
man, but It Is marvellous that, win bo did
not ico bow groat a chance fur achieving
tui almost unbounded popularity congress
gavo' him In ral'lng his and their own
salaries. It was simply bis duty to refuse
to sign a bill tfa&t contained n provision so
disgraceful and so dishonest at that which
jjavo n fjrtstulty of?5,00y out of tbo United
State troaiury to tho members of a con
gress just going out of existence Had ho
roluscd his sanction to.lt, and given notice
that ho lum.d' call tho new congress to.
gothorto pass a how appropriation bill,
ho would have done himself Infloito credit.
Uu took tbo other course wo arb sincere
ly s6rry to say, to his great discredit and
the treasuries of half the states in tho
Union, vory likely, will bo robbed by
their legislatures as n consequence
THE HA1UeVi"WsTE RY.
(From the Missouri Republican.
Nearly 5 year ago, when tho oyos of tho
wbolo country had been directed to old
John Harper by tho exciting contests In
which his famous horsos woro engaged,
his old Kentucky homo hceamo tho seonu
of a startling and mystorlous tragedy,
lie had gono with his stable to attand tho
spring races at Lexington, lenvlng bis
aged brother and sister, Jacob and lictsy
Harper, ut homo. Tho tbrco old people
had nover married, and wcro tbo owners
of a lino estate, worth at least half n mil
lion dollars, to Which tho heirs expectant
wcro certain nephews of other relatives
living In tbo samo county, or but n few
miles away In tho adjoining county of
Franklin. Tho first or second night of
tbo old' turfman's nbicnce, Jacob and
Botsy wcro murdered In their beds with
an old short-handled ax that had long
been In uso about tho wood-pllo. Tho
servants found Jacob dead next morning,
and lictsy speechless with a mortal
wound in tho bead, of which sbo died af
terwards wlthcut ovon recovering con
clousnoss sufilclont to givo any cluo to tho
The samo night old John Harper was
aroused from bis couch in Longfellow s
stable, on tbo Loxincton course, by bis
oilier.', who Informed him that a stran
ger wanted toaco tho great raco-horso.
Such n requost at such an unseasonable
hour was bath singular and suspicious.
It scemod to crow out of somo ovil de
sign against bis fljot-footcd prodigy ; but
v.-iicn tiio wnoio story ot turn nitwits
dreadful deed was spread abroad next
mornlne, tbo public generally taw In tho
curious Incident nt Longfollow'a stablo
the partial failure of n plot for tho simul
taneous murder of nil thrco of tbo old
Harpers. It was rumored that tboy had
mado their wills, nnd the story had gono
forth that the30 wills woro unfavora
bio to their nephew Adam Harper
of Franklin. All tho circumstrnccs in
dicated that tbo murder had been com
mitted by somo ono familiar witli tbo
promises. The furnlturo was untouched
except tho particular drawer in which
tuo supposed wills wero aula to no Kept.
That bad boon .xnmsaekcd and tboso docu
ments wcro gone.
Hero was enough to uireci suspicion to
wards Adam Hurper, and nothing wus
over discovered todivcrt it. His conduct
during tho coroner's Investigation; his
anxiety to show from tho wounds that
thoy nover could lmvobcon Inflicted by u
lcft-bnndcil person; bis coming to tbo
placoat night with a party of disguised
men. nnd bis futilo clforls to extort somo
confession from tbo negroes by protending
to hang them, bad tho etlcct ot coniirming
tho suspicion-of bis guilt. All tbo circum
stances put oruinnry roi'ocry entirely out
of tbo question as a motive for tho crituo.
Tho negroes wero born slaves of tbo family.
and woro so rnucn aiiacnea 10 mo oia
folks that they refused to lcavo tho placo
when set xreo. uiu joun narpor soi a
corns of detectives at work, and then sud
denly dismissed them under circumstances
that tcnueu sun moro to connrm iuo sus
picion against bis nephew.
The murderors bad come on two horses
which thoy had hitched in an cnclosuro
back of tho houio where no other horse
had been for months. Loadlnc from tbo
bouse to this bltchlnc placo wcro tbo
tracks of two men; ono made by a largo.
bcavv man. tbo other bv a smaller man
wearing a dandy boot. Tho dctoctlvo who
followed theso horso tracks In the direc
tion of Adam Harper's bouse, returned
and was closeted witu old Jonn Harper,
Tbo investigation was prosecuted no fur
thcr. Tho dotcctive's disclosures wore
not mado nublic. but tho community in
fcrrcd that tho trail had becomo rather too
warm for tho old man to run it any fur
ther in that direction. Adam Harper
wont boforo the urand iury of Woodford
county, but that body found no cvldenco
that would justify them In bringing him
to trial. ....
HliU sbo pcoplo would talk, and imam
Adam brought suit agalnt bis cousin J.
llarpor for slander, in saying that Adam
Harpnr and bis son John had committed
tho murder. Owing to tho prejudice
against him In thy neighborhood, the
nlalntiff cot n chanc of venuo to tbo ad-
Inlnliif countv of Bcott, and in Ooorcc-
r l... .. I I. ll,n (mlft.
000 damages was given to tho jury, Tbo
evidence lor tho defense in this trial mado
tbo caso against blm stronger than ovor.
Tbo facts wo bavo stated above
wcro in ovIdcDco and somotbing
more besides. His attempt to provo an
alibi on tbo nljjbt of tho murder broko
down, and tbo atlldavit in which his son
John claimed to bavo been miles awy
from tbo sceno nitbaiiiHii named Duvall
until near about tho supposed hour ot tbo
murdor was contradicted by Duvall in a
wav that It soomed tho young man had
only met Duvall for tho imrposo of mak
ing an apparent alibi. Witnesses sworo
that tbero was hardly a man In "Woodford
who did not bclievo Adam and Ills sen to
b tho nulltv parties. Moreover a detec
tive produced In court tho rnoasuro3 of tho
tracks leading from tho bouso to tho bitch
ing plice and sworo that they fitted tho
teel or ISO two smpixieu men.
Under tboso circumstances tbo Jury ac
quitted J. "Wallace. Harper of slander, and
tho verdict lor tuo ueionuani was roccifeu
with enthusiastic cheering, which tho
court nnd in officers could not suppress.
And thus tho cae Hands. Thcro is no
evidence upon which a couit could con
vict Adam and bis-son; but they nro sent
forth to wear without relief or remedy
tho burning brand of a torribla crime to
llvo wboro every neighbor I? .x detective
watching for the missing link that may
consign them to the doom of murderers
HYLAND k SAUKK,
AND DKAt.KR8 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEAT S
Corner 10th street arid Commercial aVeima
' next door to tho llylaiul ealooii.
11-10 tf. CAIHO, ILLS.
AMD DUlta til
EiaiiTn Stiiret, Hetwxen Wasuinotojs
and Commercial Atkncm,
Atljolnlag M'tenhonae and Itstanjrii
Keep tlio tst or Doe!, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Mmb, SauMgo, etc., tad are prepared to me
cltnuns la tho iiioit acceptable manner.
liuTCHKK akij Dealer in all Kimds oi
Corner NdiKTEntii and Poplar St.,
lluys and s.lattghtcrn only the best cattle
hogH and nhccp, and is prepared to till an;
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
S. W ALT EUS,
HAKJ) and SOFT LUMJJttK
n exry ilAicrlpllon,
LATH, S11INOL1W, OK DA It POUTS
DOOH3, HASH, BLINDS
FurnlheJ cn c tor I eft notice.
Uommeroial-nv, bet. 10th and llth-aU..
? - ! - -1
t'OltWARDINO amis COM.MISSIOiN
MB US' II A. T.I.
DEALERS IK FJOUU;
And AReoli (.(
HIIO RIVKR AND KANAVTUA
7(1 Ohio Lkvkk,
COl'FEY, PACE & CO.,
i' n w a it i i.vii
A .V I)
VLOUU AND COUNTltY THO DUCK
I ST. NICHOLAS
HAHltY "WALKEH l'ropr.
This house U newly tittcd up with two
And two tine
JENNY" LI1VD TABLES
The Mloon Is stocked Willi tlio be
arc compounded In the most approved stylo
ESTCome and seo lor youmclf. JEZ
C. WINSTON & CO.,
'REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (beoonii floor) oiiio lkvkk,
Huv anu Sru. Heal Hhtats,
FUKNIBII A1JSTHAOTS OF TITLK
Acil pre-sre Couieranoaj ofllln le!
John (J. Ilamiai). Cliao. Tluupp,
JOHN Q. IIAltMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Nfirlli Vur. iiliUii MS. liml SSllIu I.est-r.
Abktruvts of Tllle, Ojnveyaiiclng made a
specialty. Ileal IMuto bouiflit and sold.
JOT'laxe 1'ald, fir,
O m m
KBSUS, IJHOWN k CO.,
A or. NTs IIomk Cotton Mills
NO. M Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ilk
Cor, I'.lutenlli mid roilar.tla.(
lliloruil the public that be bus engaged the
fcorvlres of u Flrat-claM Wagon Jlakcr, and
also a KliM-cIast Horfo Sliorr, and W ready
to innnufactiiie and repair all kinds of work
In till" trade with iicutm-M and dUiiatch,
moo in iwkwubk;
To any shrewd man who can do huslncFA
mi tho iuli;t, 1 guuratitca mi Jnmieimo For
tunes, easily, rapidly, ntid In perfect safelj ,
Addicts III perfect coillldenre,
Wert Fourth street, New Vork
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hiircenori tn K. II. Unn.lrlco 1 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adianceroeuu nu
upon ContlKnroenU. tSl
Are prepared to receite, itore and lorward
freiKlita to atl point and buy and
aell on commlmion,
WOiialneeii attenJed to promptly!
Z. I). M ATHUH".. E. O .I'll I
MATI1USS & UUL,
Commissi oy Merc iiants
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
HSOSSIO I. KVRK.
K. 1). AYKKH.
K. .1. Aveits
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levek, Cairo, Illh..
J. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIltO, - - - ILLINOIS
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN PLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGKNT8 i-or FAIHHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Usee, tJAUtO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
lHucceior- tn John II. Phillis.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cok. TKNTH-ST. Ann OniO LKVli
WOOD H1TTBNHOUSH & RRO.
ciura) CoroiiiieBion Mcrcbants
189 OHIO LKVKK,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
160 Kile lh)Ms.osrlat lloalo
KightymitM the Bhorteat Ronln
TO ST. LOUIS
NO OIlANGK 01' OARS
FP.OM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE ORANGE OF CARS
, , OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i..llinpollf, Toledo,
Detroit, Clerelaod, Niagara Full.
HiiAMo, I'lttabutK, WaahlnKton.
Uattlrnore, fhlladelphls, New Vork,
Boston and all points cast.
Milwankle, Janearllle, Madison,
LaCroese, 8t. I'eiil and all points noilli.
This Is also the only direct route to
Ilecalnr, Dloomlnflton, MprinRfld,
reoria, uuinev, Keokuk,
Hurlington, Hock laUnd, La Halle,
Mendota, Dixon, Frrcporl,
Ualena, Dut,uque, Hiom ulty,
Omaha and all points northweet.
Elegant Drawing Room Stooping Cn" :
On all Nlgbt Trains.
Bafgagt Checked to all Important poluls. '
For tickets and information, apply to I. C. lt.lt
depot at alros on board tno transit steamer 1
tneeu Columlus and Cairo, and attftoprincipi .
railroad ticket offices throughout tho sonlh.
W. V. JOHNSON, Oen'l Pass. Ar'I, Chicaio.
A. Mitchell, Gen'I.Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, AR't, Cairo. :
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS1
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On andaftor Monday, April 2b, 1S72 '
trains will run ns follows:
lanjis on i sociRsitT,
itar Vlrslnia S.I0 a. m ti.Tip.m,
Hprlnglleld BiO 3:0o "
,' Tinlortlllo IU 8 ' s. il "
Arnroat Pana. 11.40 " A.l?
raits O'jisj xoimtr.
Leans Pans S.UO a. m ,1.ilSa. m
" TaTlortllle 4.40 ' 4. "
Arrlto at8pnngfleld...6.l " ,..,....6.l) "
Learn Hprmifield........n.5 " B.lli "
Arrimai uxinia. ...... b.d ..... 1.1 "
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor
(OLD POST OFFICE STAMP.)
Corner .Sixth street ami Comincretat Avt
Tliebest braii.lsol Ck-arn, ebolco Wlns,
l.lijunrc, etc., always on Iiand,
jSrOpcn day and .night, JEt
Our Home Advertisers.
SELLING OFF AT COST
i SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
Comer "tb street ami
Commercial A v.
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her large
and elegant stock of
Immediately, in order to (aelllltate the sale
of her Koods, Mrs. .laekaon has determined
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites Hi ladles ol Cairo and vlc'alty
to call on her If they desire good barijaltis.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
i The moitol them having been selected from
l V U iri?n v -f i-xrrii a t-r r- ' "'" lal" fa" "'''. hciico the ladles have
rAKlvLU & MONTAGU E t ri,ro llrinulty to purchase new and lash
, lonable millinery at cost price. The stoc
Proprietors I coihMs of linti ribbons, flowers, hosier
i i iuict u iiiicrncar. etc., etc. 11-oUlI
JSTThc best brands ol Cigars, choice
lues, Liquors, etc., always on hand tl
SALOON AND ItAll
JISIIN UAIVM, 1'roprletur.
UKI tk.mincrcial Arenue, CAIKO, ILLINOIe
llesl brand of Oallfo UCItfarilu recelivJ,
1IILL1AK1) saloon furnished with the best
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liimorr
and clirarn of tlinnust brands
I..are V,lgwoo"!...'.iX ) """"..tO.IO p.tr K'-E3S1,A."m2JLSTT.
riora....M b.d ..ii.if ' .
Arrirn at Shawoeet'u M " 0.16
i it T uuoita.
'72. FALLAND WINTKK 78
C II AN NY.
LA II (IK STOCK.
O II K C K S,
S T It 1 1 E S,
K1C.VTUCKT JEANS, VXTUA,
GftOS'JRAlN SI L1CU,
LARGE STOCK Ol' OARI-KTINO
Ilia Kiills-e Nloek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORK CR 8th bt. and oomukbciavav.,
(Open Day anil Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
lilr Levee, bet, 4th and th street"
MRS. Mod BE,
On KUbthHtreet, tel ween Commercial and Wash
nxtoti Arenuxa, I' dallr receiving;
NHW MILLINERY GOODS
LATKST KALI, AND WIXTKH RTTLXH,
Kxeidee a lull line of
BOITITBTS Be HATS
iTrimniod and untnmmed,)
Kl.r.NCU FLOWERS. KIBIlO.ld, THIMMINIII
of all kinds. Laces, etc., eta.
Sirs. Medea has also a larx assortment n
Kancy Articles, such as
NECK TLW, CELLAR. UNDRKBLXEVRH,
KfKI-H, SAflllEa, PANH,.
And all other articles muallr lound In a
FIRST.CLA83 MILLINERY BTORE
Mrs. Mcflec. lit addition to her ritock ot
anoy and Millinery Oood,bai a Uiisioao and
Kmplcto aAaortment of Cincinnati Custom
made ladles' and Misses' Shoes ami Clill
drens' Boots, (Hack and in Colors. These
areacUliowledifcd to bo tho Uncut and'best
ctt-r in the market, and this Is the only
tho city that makes them a specialty
MEALS ATA LI, 1IOU1W.
A line new Dinlni; Hall with every con.
euleiicc haft been added to this popular
: Kettaiiraiit, and the t'tiest will llii'l etcry
1 rciUlltc lor thelraccoinodatloii.
THE BILL OK FARC
i cotiabii of eery substantial and delicacy ol
the lesion. !
! TIEE!E3 -BAJZb
j is supplied with the
, CHOICEST LIQUOItS,VIMES &Q1GAUS
! ESTMIxcd drinks prepared with care.
1 G. Schuh.
R. SMYTH '& CO.,
j WHOLESALE G ROGERS,
1 ........,...,..MM. .'.
Also, keep roneUntljr on band a most com
plele stock of
SCOTCH ANU ICIHU WIIIBKIJta
a I K 8.
Fort, Madorla, Sherry and OatawbWlne
It. Hmvlh A Co. are alo agents lor .Silen
cer, McKav A Co.'s I'ittfburi; ale, or which a
larKc stock is kept constantly on band a
their wholesale ktorc.
WILLTAM J. ALLEN,
THE DtTHJW SY8TEM.
Olllcoovcr Firt National bank. ".IfWin
RSTAILEI) AT WHOI.ERALX
rmcxa roit cash.
GREEN & GILHERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William Il.Creen, 1
William II Gilbert, r CA1IU), I I.I .1 1.'fi IH.
Miles r.Ollkert, j
HrH pec I a. attntlon Ml""11 lo Adrnlraltr and
orriOK onioLUVBe.noojiB 7 and Sovkb
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
.SAMUEL P. WIIEELKIt,
ATTOUNBV & COUNSELOR A'P LAW
Oltlce over Flrt N'atlonid bank.
U.uld 'J'. l.lncg'ir. .lolm. M, Lniisilcu.
LLNEGAR k IjANSDK.V,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllco on Koventh Ktrcct, Winter's block
old oniee ofl.lnegar, Munis & Popo. ii-iil-lm
WM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD QUARTERS FOll QROCElilEH
COITKIJ. Rio, LaBunyra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N. O., Hard & Soft Rollncd,
SYRUPS. Now Orleans and 'Eastern.
K MAKE SPKCIALlTIEtl Ol'
to t ;t r ,v(. c.vcw.va ri
AT II. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WAHIIINOTON AVKNCK. 11STWBEN TKNTH
AND KLXVKNTH 8TREETK.
6C Jbs. DRV Cuba Sugar for - - - S5 0
9j ti ii ii H ... i 00
t! lbs. A coffuo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 0C
- " Prlmo Rio Oofleo for 1 00
3J " Choice " " - - 1 0C
!1 " Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Tom and other staplo and fancy Orooo-
rlos equally as choap.
Goods iidw nnd full weight given. Call
JOHN SUE ELIAN,
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES. FRUITS, KHOB, LARD
FltEHll BU'ITEU, ETC.
103 All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
tno lowest prices.
Corner 0th Ht. ondCommerclalAvo,
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is preiiAred tn supply OKtamv
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Halllday Bros, otllce, 7
Ohio LKVEB, or at tho Coal Yard below tho
St. Charles Hotel, will recclvo prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo ''Montauk" will bring coal
aoiigsldo to steamers at any hour.
So. HO OIIIO I.EVKK
3-Mtf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
Parker a blake,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
And tb eelebriUd lUumnutlBE
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