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JIINILOHERLY, Editor and Publisher
TERMS OPTUK DAILY BULLETIN:
Ono week, ny carrier $ 2
una year ny carrier, In advance 10 00
uno year by carrier II nol pild In
nuvanco 12 00
Dno month, by mail 1 00
J'brco montha 3 00
rux months..., , r, 55
One year ' j0 00
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY MLLKTIN
John II. Oberly im reduced tho anbjeriu
Man price of tho WitEKtv Cairo nnr.tr.TiN
10 ono Dollar per annum, making It the
eheapottpaperpubllshod lu Southern Illinois
iJv roilgnlng, Saaator Cildivell tared
pay, which ho will now draw from
tho boglnlne; of l.Ii term till the date of
Ev-Senatou Pattkriox ha! oiiio hard
words for the public pross. KsSenator
Palterton doei not like tho public prcu
nnd there aro many people who iharo hti
dltlikes, nil ticople who havo something to
conceal. Thoroughly nonett, thoroughly
upright peoplo do not fear tho public
Tim Carbondalo 'Observer'ireports that
"tho wheat along tho Cairo Short Hue, In
' Randolph nnd St. Clair counties, hat
patted through tLolato sovcre winter, In
'good order; and with tho exception of n
'few piocei gives promlto of paying
'crops." Thii It a errral dory which tho
public will be glad to coo continued.
Eighty thouiand mechanic in New
York city, It I laid, nro organizing to
strike somolime during tho early part of
April. The different trades aro leagued
together, nnd tho leaders dcclaro them
solves In n position to carry their point of
eight hour a day and Increato of wagos
Employers nnd capitalists are preparing
to rosit this combination or strikers and
nvow themselves 11 rm in their detormlna
tfon and ability to do so.
mi - .
1'iol's Pattkrbo.v has "penetrated into
tho-tocesscs of his own consciousness" and
discovered thcro'such a state of Innocenco
of all Credlt.Mobllior Inlqulty.that ho "sol
emnly appoals from thocondemnatory sen.
tenco of tho scnato committee to the better
judgment of tho scnato Itself and of his
countrymen and of his God. To use an
expressive but not at k11 an elegant
phrase, we fear that Patterson lias taken
his pigs to n poor market. The senate
and his countrymon hu a already passed
upon bis caso and taking the Word of God
we find thcro some rathertovcro strictures
on persons of Patterson's character. Tat-
tenon proposes to go to Europe. This is a
good movo. "Good Americans, when they
die, go to Paris." I'atterton is dead polit
ically and is not good, but let him go to
Taris all the same.
' shall nol apply to any case whero inch
aid shall havo, been deposited within said
1 porlod with any ttuiieo or trustees upon
' tho written1 or printed conditions to bo
delivered to such railroad company at
CHANGE OF VENUE,
From tho Missouri 'Republican's Spring
Cold letter, wo tako tho following synopsis
of the senate bill to revise tho law in re
lation tochangoof venue In civil cases
Tho corrcpondent says:
The trustees of tho Illinois Wotloyan
Pnivortity havo reported on tho case of
Rev, Dr. 0. 8. Munsell, charged with im
proprieties Jn his intercourse with tho
young ladles in tho University. After
having spont two dnyj in carefully Inves- j
tigating the maltor tho Board of Trustees I
concluded that Dr. MunsoH s coursoln
'kissing different young ladles" was un
wiso and very improper, but that tho tes
timony had failed to prove any flagrant
improprieties. Thoy rcsolvo that thoy
tendor their hearty thankt to tho Rev. Dr.
for his long, faithful and s.-!f sacrificing
fervicos in behalf of the University.
uai uio conclusions of the Hoard would
havo been, "feeling tho solemn responsi
bility resting upon them, if they httd
found Dr. llunsoll guilty of always kiss-
ing tho game young ladles, or whether tho
Board includo his "kissing of different
young ladies" among his self-sacrificing
services In behalf of tho University, that
body does not dccla.ro. J)r. Munsell has
voluntarily resigned tho Presidency of tho
University, a eclf sacrificing act, under
the circumstances, for which ho is to bo
cowrnondod, but ho will continue financial
agent of tho building fund.
The general assembly Is do voting con
sidorabio tlmo to legislating on roilroad
matters. On the twonty-sixth instant the
House bill, permitting railroads to mort
gage road-beds aud personal property, in
eluding frnncbleto tho amount ot 2O,OO0
per mile, in spile of a contrary provision
In the charter, was lost, C8
to o:, nnd by u vot oof
nlnoty-thrco to five, thu bouo paitd its
bill providing that "the liability of all
counties, cities, township, towns, or pre
cincts, which havo volcduld to an; railroad
companies, in conformity to tho laws of
this state, shall ccaso and determine after
f tho expiration or threw yean after tho Jit
'of July next, ,,d no bonds
hall bo Issued or slock subscribed to
'an such railroad
r-'V mr UCJJ
time upon account of, or upon the au.
' thority of, tuch vote; provided tha act
shall no apply whero tho oxpruu con
dltlonof tho vo.o for such aid oxlcnd
! limo for building beyond the time
1 afoteiald, nor In any caso where the aid
voted (ball Jiavo bon issued within the
jttstlod aforesaid, and paid oror; nor in
any cm whero any railro&d.shall have
but bulli within said period in accord
ifi'cd with tho conditions ul the vote for
aid to such railroad, and' provided it
Ono of the most important bills yet
passed is that revising tho law In relation
to chango of venue, which furnished am-
plo grounds for dlicussion to-day. Sena
tors. Casey and' Don and other loadlnp
members opposed tho bill, and it wn ad
vocated couallv carncstlv bv J
and others. Tho bill was finally nassed
by a vote of SO avos to 1 1 noes. It boini?
of an Important character nnd materially
changing tho present law, wo glvu tho fol
lowing very full synopsis of it. It is as
Section 1 Allows ft change of venue In
SllitS in law or emiltv. nnd Inr tho nxprrltn
of ominent domain law 1 AVherotheJudgo
is interested, n witness, rolhtcd to or coun
sol for oithor party. 1!. On nccount of the
prejuuico of tho judge or Inhabi
tants, or undiio influenco of tho ad
verse party. This soctlon does not change
the causes of chanco horetoforo cxlstine.
except to add eminent domain casos here
tofore unprovidod for.
section two is now and wo gl vo it entire.
Sec. 'J. Whon u chanco of vonue is
granica it may no to somo otuor court of
rocurd of competent jurisdiction in tho
sumo county or somo otner convenient
county, to which thcro is no valid objec
tion: Provided that when tho action is
pending in cither the circuit or sunerio
court of Cook county, and tho only causes
ior n cnango oi vcuuo nppiy to one or
more but not all of tho induct of such
court, tho cases may po tried boforo somo
one or too judges oi such court to whom
tho causes do not apply.
Section 3 requires tho application to bo
oy me sworn not lion oi the nnolicant. ns
Section 4 is now nnd is as follow;:
Soctlon -1. If tho causo for tho vhanifo
is tho prejudice- of tho inhabitants ot thu
county, or tho unduo influenco of tho ad
verso party over their minds, tho petition
shall set tortli tho facts upon which tho
pcuuunor luunus ins tenet, niiU must ho
aunportca ty tlio nllidavits ot el least two
other rcpmublo persons resident of tho
county. Tho adverse nartv mav contro
vert iho petition by counter affidavits,
auuiuojuugo may gram or ucny Uio pe
tition as shall uppoar to bo according to
mo rignis or tlio case.
Sections 5, t, 7 and 8 arc in regard to
the tlmo of applying for tho chango and
tho number of changes of vonue which
may bo allowed, and mako no maturlut
chango in tho prcsont law.
Section 0 is tho same as tho present
law, excopt the proviso. The section rends
Sec. 9. When there aro two or moro
plaintiff or defendants, a chango of
vonue shall not bo granted unless the ap
plication is made by or with tho consent
of all tho parties, plalntlfTor defendant, as
tho case may be: 1'rovided, that in pro
ceedings for tho condemnation of prop
erty, when the application is by or against
all tao owners of any parcel of property
to bo condemned, a change of venue may
be Hindu of so much of tue cao as n fleets
them, if it can bo done without prejudice
to tho defendants or planting in such proceeding.
section to is us Heretofore.
Sections 11. 12 and 1!J lire new and nrn
Sire. 11. Tho order for n chango of
venue may bo mado subject to such equit
able terms and conditions as safety to tho
rights ot the parties may eoem to require
and tho judfe in his discretion may pre
scribe. Skc. 12. The cxpenics attending a
change of venue shall bo taxed by the
clerk of tho court from which the caso Is
cortlliod, according to the rates established
by law for liko services, and shall 1
by tho petitioner, and not taken as narl of
tho cost of tho suit.
Sec. 13. Tho order shall bo vold.unln
the party obtaining a chango of venue
shall, within fifteen dav. or nucli thorur
tlmo & the court or iudgu may prescribe,
pay to the clorl: tho expnscs attending
Sections 14, lu, 1C and 17 aro substanti
ally as the law now stands.
IS CIUMIN1.I. CASKV
Tho changes made in tho law In relation
to criminal cases are all contained In sec
tions li, l'V-0,'-. -- -3. which aro
us follows :
Skctiojt 18, "Whyn any dolendent in an
indictment or information of any court iu
this state shall fear thut ho shall notro
colvo a lair and impartial trial in tho court
In which tho caso is iiondlnir. becauw tho
Judge of tho court li, or tho inhabitants of
tlio county in which tho caso is pending
are prejudiced agjimthim, the court shall
award a chango a of venuo upon tho uppli
cation of tho clcfendcnt, as hereinafter pro
Ski. When a chango of venue is
granted, it may bo to somu other court of
rocord of competent Jurisdiction In tho
samo county, or in somo oilier convenient
county, to which, thoro is no valid objec
tiou . Provided, that when tho caso is
ponding in Cook county, and tho cause for
the change applies only to a judgo of laid
courl at tho time of thu tiUl, tho caso may
o ineii uy aiiy ovuer juugo oi saiu cour
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1873.
down. Yo havo that faith in hit luMirao
imnudonce and tho bruloforco of his In
tellect, at to" chlerlaln no doubt whalevor
mat in nit forthcoming letter ho win do
monttrnto to all tha world that tha five
thousand dollars extra Y'")' w' ""o
of thbso acts of virtue upou which ho
never can sumciontiy congratulate him
self, and that his last dying request will
bo that a grateful nation will engrave
upon his tombslono tho fact that ho wm
ins author of it. Such is raro lien lint.
FIRE AND MARINE
A.Mi:ilICAX GIltLS NOT TOL-
IvKATJiD IX GERMAN
Ju tho courio of nn article entitled
"ornament and dress,1' in tho Herald of
iicauu ior jiarcu, ut. Jiary tfaiford
"It paint mo to say 11, but porhapt wo
may uo ooneuieu oy too orr ourtoives as
others tea ut, tho oplniont tnat American
glrli in Kuropo havo won aro anything
mu creuuaiiio anu ucsirauie. While
visltlnca school at J rankfort-on-ilan. I
askca if thcro woro American pupils.
and tho preceptor roplicd: 'No, wo do
noi inao mem tuov uroisso oxtrivamnLlv
they think and talk to much of
tticlr clothes, that thoy disturb tho nulct
timnlo wnvs of our Gorman ulrlt; nnd tv..
. . r ., i .
unu ineir nuuenco uoes us moro hurt ttmn
tnoir money does us irood. In Dresden I
know an American lady who could not
find a private school whero thnv wnnhl
tako hor daughter for similar 'reasons.
no could havo imaulned for a moment
that, when tho bondage of trailing street
dresses was onco removed, and
short ones sanctioned, you
could over find human beings in
tho shape of women view
ing homage again to that most "nlthy
and.aboininable of all fuihlooi ? But you
lev, even now, tho ruins of burned cities,
trailed oiloring of silks nnd tbibots. So
long as women wcro kopt in idlcnojs,or
allowed to do only such work as confined
mem inuoors there was need of practical
ity in dress. Now that she competes with
men in most of tho nctivi.
tics of life, shall tho ttylo
ui ureas noi oo enanceu 10 meet m i now
dispensation ? Or shall wo still see her in
this bondago of attire, that enslavct hor at
overy slop You will find wrol-r.r hor
tuuui ojjuHk mm ckcu cnango of season
lu making or remodeling clothes that do
not stand gauged by tho latest ukaso of
lasuiun. iou aro invited lo an evening
ontortninmont in Germany, at tho house
ui u jiruiuseor pcrnaps, wnero you meet
wim punuin mo inon intelligent and cul
tivatud persons whoso nnmti aro known
and honored In all lands : the hostess ap-
jpems in u ijiiuni; uress ol urao silk,
nini orcu H5 nor wcuaing one lourteen
years- ijeloro: t m bodico U lon iim
- rt i " "
sieovcs Hro mutton ieggod; butdear Mrs.
Grundy't prvEcuco is not felt: no ono
seems to scan her from head to loot and
oxclalm, "How horridly ibo Is drcstcd,
now uuwuy BI10 1D0KS. ' MX monlbi' tltnn.
nt least, would havo bi-en expended iition
that dress had it kent paco ail of timso
yean wun mo over recurring changes
ui lauiiuu; nnu in mul time, With
mu uBius ui a lamuv anu t huv nro
not few that devolve unon thn win,
.. .ii ,.. .
ui ii Bcauiiiy-jiaiu uorman profesior slie
lonwiBu, fliio ncr cuiiuren, to speak
u won 119 10 00 nolo lo intnrtnir.
tuoKo of tho guests speaking only that lan
guago. "Iou will find, us a rule, in nil
lands, timt tho most cultivated und best
oreu pcopiourotno most s inn v ami nn
pretendingly dressed. You Und in Europe
women dressed suited to their
tho French shop cirl is a rieatlv. nlntnlv!
ado black alpaca. Tho homennnn ami!
WOVen Woolen l!OWn Of tho German t,.r.
vant gin moots her nocasslties for years.
Thn lirnm nf thn L'.w.ll.l, i.;.T.
-.. v- -'li,au Hiiu 111SU SIT-
vant girls Is mado of tho samo substantial
material. Hut let them emigrate to
jiuivricu unu wnai uo you soe : tho epi
demic rage for dross attacking thorn im
mediately. As soon as Bridget has guth-
"lu i"ouk"cr a iw stiver uoiiars, the
takos her mistress for a prototype and
f'Oft fnrth. with n.arrt.Jln..l. l i ' i
KIAUARA, N. T.,
ainiuxiA, it. r.,
UA.VOVEB, jr. Y,
.tja ti w
EEPUBtlC, !f, T,
CornprUlnn. theUndetwrlers' nty,
T0VKK1W, K. V.,
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kutti ....... ., SM.lM
r hum en's t'vsv, . r
HKcuntrv, k. v. uaui.vx,
StOrM. JM flllni. PurnlliitA. flntl r-
KOfs, Insuro.lnt rutog m fT(irblenj louad, per
i ifspwiruiiv sk or Clio e tnnaol C.
f tlitir mlrensci.
FOnWAKDINQ and COMMISSION
SI f.ll S) It A A Th,
MICHAETj COYNE, Proprietor
(omi i-oar ofKice stanp.)
Corner SKlh street-aud C..mmcr..al M
SSl'Own day and nlglit.sjt
SALOON ANI IIKADINIJ ROOMS
Corrjer 711. Mrrt aud ... ,
Our Home Advertiser.
SELLING OFF AT COST
NHS. MA RG A KMT JACKSON
.1i'?r'rifr Sw1nn,,!r. Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desire to dlpose of her luitl
and elegant stock of
lXr LHf7' x?" orikT 10 'Hat tl'C
lo niffr tUv ' ,Tck"on bM Jetermlned
KNTlItH HTOOK AT COST
DEALERS IN FI 11 R ; ' L'A RK Hil & A' ONTAGi: h r!,'?,,1
!OOI)3 AHE ALLNHIl
W. II. Mottn.
H. 11. ,'tnJ
icd If, H. Com
F1HK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NOIITII AMKftlOA, PA.,
MHt m ...tS.7i.lH.. il
- 12,64 S,in Ii
AUj AltQlK Itl
HIM UtVUtl AKfJ CAHAWIIA
' JE37Th hs-,1 braudi ol Cijrar., inula
' Wines, Llnuors.flc, alwa).. on hand tl
lion a uo
"AlOON ANI It A It-HOO.V.
nee the uavo
j KT LI. I A K)
70 Orrio Lrvkr,
- - Ji.Tst.tis m
l.NTF.KNATIO.VAL, ii. Y.,
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A1IKUICA.V CENTIUL, M()
- .t!Ji,cu i
C0SMXT1CLT MUTUAL. I.IKK.
COFFEY, l'ACE & CO.,
V U W AUDI X fl
A .V II
II A V,
1'I.OfK AND COONTItY IMtOOl'CK
goes forth, with prayor-hook in hand, to
fit. Aavier s, hs gorgeously arrayed as tho
mljtross to fit. VaulV.
A LA UG II L(f J'LAXT.
A singular vegotablo phononionon has
boon discovered during recent oxplora
tiont in Arabia. It is called tho Whine;
plant, from the effect which is prodired
hy tho seeds. "When thy aro putvemsd
and eaten in small quantities tho person
eating them will soon begin to laugh
loudly, then to slnp, dance, and do all
manner of abuird thin, tm.
about an hour, after which he yocs to
sleep, utterly unconscious of
what has occurrred. H 1ms
been sugenued that this plant might ho
mado a suhstltuto for alcohol, and that it
would havo tho advantage of beln:;
cheapor, until tho government should soo
tho trick, and commonco to tax it. Uut it
Is ecarcely probable that the Arabian
plant could In fact ho mado' popular in
that capacity, for it does not appear that
it inspires tho person who partakes of it
with a dcslro to whip his wife, murder his
mothor, or to indulgo In any of tho lilllo
pleasantries which tho alcohol of the
period moves ono to porpotrato.
ritAVEI.EIU)-, HAimOHl), I.1KK AS!)
,'l f .Vrtitii) li
l!A!!,t?AT PASMENKEKS A-3UKANCB
- - tYH.'tno OJ
KAl'FOltD, MOHHISi CA.VDEE,
71 Ohio I.tirnv,
JtitIN WATKN. l-roirlK.r.
IW C.m,ti,.rcil Atfnu, tAlltO, ll.l.t.Suic
KM Uu,t nt Cillf k (!Uf Mi rui v ',
I IIII.I.IAIM) Milooti fiiniMit d Willi tho I.eM
or tab cs : and liar Mippllml with In, Honors
slid cltfir nf IliPimut hrjii'l-. '
i LITTLE KENTUCKIAN
! (Ojicn Ib.r and Mght.i
j .f. E. 1AIJKS, Proprielor,
Ohio Levee, het. 4th aml.th trcet-,
j OA I HO, ILLS.
j -MKALS ATA LI . HOUIt.S. "
A hue new Dining Hall with rverv nn
jinience hs bieii added to thii nomiUr
Kpstanraiit, and the Knot will linu iwrv
(oni.t nf t'ery mlntanlinl and delicacy ol
l.Mlpplli-d vvllli the
CHOICEST LIQFOHS.WINKS & WCAHS
tST.MUcd drink!, prepared with care.
M US. MoOEE,
Ju FUttluiiri.rfi.MacoiniMrclalMi,! W..,
nKton AttbUM. I .Ullr riHB, 1 W,,
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATT FALL AKU WISTXR HTVLI
Hrmtt u line of
QoisrivraaiTs & kca.ts
iTummr.l n.t unlrimmM.lj
riiENOU FI.0Wr.h8. IllUnoNS, TUIStHINdl
ofiUI klndt. Ir., ,u... .U),
KArlf'uV.1:0 ''"' ",""n""
An-t ll oihr niclt utualljp onn In
riKST-CLAriS MILLINERY HTOI'.ft
Mrs. Mi Oee. In addition to her stock of
viey a id M II lUry Oood.. hasa flntone ami
' L, iu .f.1"";"1. or CIti-Irxnttl Oi.tnm
made Ladle.' and Mle' rihocs and Ohll-
Ill-Ill- IIUOI. lll.tpL- nml , l.ilA.
i ......Mn.nreuuciiinnniiii) iino-t and het
eer In tho iiurket, and this is Ihe. only
; the elty that makosthem a special!)
P. G. Schuli. J
to whom the causu alloged does not apply.
Bkc. 20. Kvory application for chango
of venuo shall bo by petition.sotting forth
tho cause of tho atiDlication and nmvln.. ,.
chango of vonue, which petition shall he
verified by tho affidavit of tho defendant.
Ski-. '-'1. AVhcn tho causo for a chango
of vontio it tho prejudico of tbo judgo, tho
(iciuiuu aimu uo iiccumpanioa uv tlio atll
davits of at least two reputabfo persons
retldent of.tlio county nnd not of kin or
countol to tho applicant, that they boliuvo
the judge it so prejudiced against tho nt-
.......... iu., ii ii I.IHIUUI, iiiivu aiair ami im
partial trial, and thereupon tho said judgo
shall change tho Yonuo of said caute.
Si:c.22. If tho causo for thochangc U tho
prciuuicoot mo inhabitants against thodo
fendent, his petition shall ivt forth tho
mew on which lie lounds his belief, and
mutt ha supported by tho allidavltt of at
least two reputablo persons retldent of tho
county, and not of kin or counrcl to thn
Sec. U'i. When tho causo for tlio change
of vonuo is tho prejudico of tho Ka,ah.
r J .. LUUUlJi "io allornoy, on bo
half of tho noon e. imv dniv n.. c...-
......i i .I.-. "iio
miyu in mu miiioii. and support hit de
nial by counter-allldavlts; and the luduo
mav crantor donv tlm tmtiilnn ... .i,..n ...
poar to bo uccording lo tho right of tho
Tho 35th section of tho bill repeals all
existing lawt upon tbo tubjoct, cicert
changes from juttices of tho peace.
If Mr. ilutlor wero not such a spoiler
ho would bo an invaluabio member of tho
national legislature; but as an apologist
for tho Credit Moblller gang, as tho chief
ol tho oxlra pay grabbers, as the delonder
of every corrunt bnlst r!.ii u ,.
f!! .ndtM tbo, 8ny? ,lbllor ot
oUVmB,i,Bi in'u'1rl'l"iianee, who
ought to bo bottled up again, the cork
drfrn In over him anil tternVlly wl?ed
l.iTerpnol Ntw-Totk b.l Pblla-lelrihla
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURsVNOK
OF CHIOAOO. ILLINOIS.
Cknt'l. Opfick, Wahiiinqtom.St.
'J'liN Herman I.lfo lnurnneo Comtianr
gnarantoe not only l'ald-up l'ollclei but
a mi a atue in Cash on the Non-forfeiture
J0IIN A. I1UCK
uTKNOBKLSDoitK," - SSStS
W1NSM AMIS aauotiK.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE OltOCEI'.S,
Alio, ki ccuuntl7 on Lnd a didii com
Plcto iUkz of
0OTC3 AKD IBIKII WUISEItS
I -(UN S.-
j Port, Maderia, Sherry and CatawU AVim-A
K. Smvlli iVCo. are alo aeenta lorSuen
er. .McKay A; Co.'n l'lttsburg alo, of which a
iarKo hock ii Kepi coimamiy on
iiivir iiiii;aiu kiorr.
.lOHN W. lMtUISS,
.gcnt for Cairo and vicinity.
SKC'i'ION NO. 47.
,us?X?0S "? Promoting I.lrb Insurance
and Sick Keller by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation in object ot public bencllt.
i v. Vi1,!. W 10 In'uranco l'ollcle, will bo isucd
by the leutoula Llfu Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. l'KUESS, Ao't.
dlr rosTnlro ana vicinity.
i:. a. 'JWNnixgiiam,
QKNEim COMMISSION .MKIICIIAN'f
AM IlKALKIt I.V
I-3I-A.Tr, OATS, CORK ,
AND MILL FEKI).
CAIJt0- - - ILLINOIS j
-MILLER & PARKER, ' 1
GENERAL COMMISSION j
FORWARDING ilKUOHANTH, 1
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor PAIHUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. UAIItO. 1U.LNOI.S.
J. m. rniLLirs & co.,
(hUCCMtOM to K. 11. flrllJreii 4 Co.)
Forwarding and Coinrais3ion ' asrsw system, f
WHAIUBOAT PROPRIETORS. ' AT H. 0. THIELKOKE'S STORE j
,'1XonUrlIn3mtnt.roU, t WniKOIOir AYl.VUK. 8K TKNTIt '
Ar tirnaarrd to rpeire, ttora and lonrnr.l !
iivimi in ui ftfllBlH HI1C1 lJUT ftbil
ell on commluion,
yBioilnMs sitrojl to priiraiitlf.
CHEAP G ROOK RI ES
OkOCHMIM RICTAILII) AT WIIOLEIALC j
CNIIH COXJ11CT WITH CXlTICU UTI ill) auih
Kur Cunjlnj? the JIHI.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
o imiiu iiroiKiTiun
APPLY TO JOHN 0. DALE,
l Brotdwuy, Xeir.Vork, urto
II, II o II i ( ,
Wahlnirtoii Amu o)ro, lUlnoii
FOR SALE, '
SALE, j Vo'tfuw 1 FOR HALE
Faro from LtvEitrooi,
Faro from Lowjcxdkhhy
Faro from Olaboow,
Fare from IJUKKmtTowN
TO CAIRO, : :jj : : i 4 8
fciforil, JloriU . tVndee Ajsntj,
IMiMIS, UROWN A- CO.,
UACJ MA NUFACLU RERS
Ani;.vTS IIomii Cotton Mii.i.s
NO. 60 Ohio Li'veo, Culro, UN,
KYLAND & SAUER,
AND DXALXItS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Comer 10th street and Commercial aveimj
ui i""i iu mo iiyianii saiomi.
lMCtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
SKU DUlla is
KioiiTit Stbket, Rktwekm Wabhinotos
ANDUOMMKBCIAL A VENUES,
Adjolnlsssi Uf tcuhoime anil IlaniiyM
clt8as In Ihumo.t iocepublo mionVr, ""e
IlUTOUEU AND DEALKB IN ALL KlNDB 01
l' UTill JUKAT8.
COUNEK NlNKTENTII AND I'OPLAH Htu
cairo, Illinois" '
i,n,,!iIJ'f ",auKut,(,rI onI- tho hodt enttlo
.inRr...7iV.. 'i . . jMuj'urcu to nil any
u itvu iuuai irom one pound to
All tnnifealirl nAiim , I 1,11 tw
JOHN J). PIILLIS& SON,
(Hucceiiora to John II, I'tilllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cob. TENTI1-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, I LLC
i 5Cbs.DiiY Cuba Sugar for - .
9J " ii ii ii ...
6J lbs. A coffee Sujear, N. Y. Htd."
rrime Jtio Cotfeo for - -
Old Government Java
?5 0 !
1 CC ,
1 00 ;
S.I). AVKUb. i:.,LAVKIIH
AVERS & CO.,
(iENKHAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS !
1 Tnafl and f,lht. r- r.
, -- biiu mutv wroce-
rios equally at cheap.
Goods now and full woigbt given. Call
j JOHN SIIEEIIAN,
And Dftler In
ILKS. FRUITS, EGG3, LARO
ItEsil BUTTER, ETC.
lovlet0prl,ecTrran,edftC8,'' SuU Pold
7 Corner Oth St. andCommerclalAve.
CAIRO CITY COAL
No. 78 Ohio Levee, O.wiio, Ills.
I U lafopareil to i,upily oiutitnsr
' or. r.lnveiitli una Poplar Hta..
WOOD RITTENHOHSE A RRO.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
iHH?!S Jeft ! AMuy u. omce. 7
u. Vr, V!v or 81 " voai lard below tlm
,8LCUriL0,,Tfolc,.w11' Mlve prompt atten
iSSUi VS ''ilONTAua" vfm bring "oal
aongslde to steamera at nnv hour s
183 OHIO LKVEE,
EL OUR MERCHANT.
Miii runups' .a-Eisro?,
Mo, HU UlllO Lr.VKK,
tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Z, D, UATnUBS.,
K. 0 .Mill
MATIIUSS St UHL,
Commissi on Mero hanyb
IAY AND WKSTERN PRODUOK
llETWXIN WAIU'N AVSNCK AND WALNU1
Dr. II, Y, rinlds Inromia too publle that he ha
hi VERY STABLE,
oo the northirost side of Tenth street at name
Hit Sublet will b mm Ii Ltd with nenn but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated at a!
hour of the. Jay n'ght with safB.team
on the lowest terms. '?
nr. nelds asks a ahare ofiiiil.il. ni.n -
and will endeavor to merit it by tiir dealfni
ad itrtct attention to bui - ,m