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THE CAIRO PALT BULLETIN. THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
JUUNIX. ODKKL.Y, Editor and Publisher
TKBM3 OF THE DAILY UULLETIN i
Ot wertr., by carrier.,. 9 V
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier It not pidl In
advance i2 00
9m iMBtb, by mall 1 00
nrMMD&thK 0 00
Six. months r. 25
Oat yew 10 00
TIUE DOLLAR WEEKLY HULLETIN
John H. Oberly has reduced tlio sutipcrln
tleo price of tho Vkkki.y cxtno Huixktin
t9 One Dollar per annum, making It tlio
eheapest paper published In Southc rn Illinois
It 1i cnld that Judge Scott of tlio Firth
supromo court district, will ioon resign
his poiltlon.
A dauohtsii of l'rosldont Theirs of tlio
French Republlo, dlod nt Snrt Francisco a
few weeki ago, Sho had been married
tbrco montbi to Count Matirico of tlio
French navy. Tlio remains wero taken
cait through Omnba to bo conveyed lo
Franco.
HI
Tiik ro-oloctlon of Mayor Urown, in at.
Louis, by a handsome majority, ! grat
ifying to tho (rlondt of good local govern
ment ovorywhore. The administration of
Mayor Brown lini boon gonorally sat
(factory, to tlin cltbons of HI. Louis and
they have iliown wisdom In lotting "well
enough alono."
in
Bv appointing tho oloctlcn
of tho successor of Judgo Thornton on
tho supromo bench, on tho second
day of June,tbo expense ofn special elec
tion in tho counties of Bond, Madison,
3Irion, Clay, Richard, Lawrcnco, Craw
lord, Jasper, Effingham, Fayctto, Mont
gomery, Macoupin, Shelby, Cumberlandi
Clark, Grocno, Jersey, Calhoun and
Christian, comprising tho second supremo
court district, is saved, as that is tho day
on which tho rogular olccllon for circuit
judges will lie held In nil tlio countic of
tho state.
led action on the part of th citizens. In
order thai the JtysjTWnH.wtmay b pla
ced in good hMdt, and not, by the Imc
llvlty or carolMinci bt thopeoplo fall iato
the hands of mon who will not administer
tho munlclplal affairs judiciously, wo
suggest the calling of ft eltlr-enj mooting,
for tho purpoto of nominating a ticket
niado up of tho nauiei of
good and true men for tho va
rious offices. Such n ticket wilt hv crept
able to nil good citizen of Cairo nt this
juncture, nnd will bo triumphant
olectod-
LEGISLATIVE NOTES.
RIVER IMPROVEMENT IN TIIK
HOUSE-ONE OF THIi INTER
ESTING 1)K HATES OF TUE
SESSION THE MEM
IJElt FROM THE
CAIKO DISTRICT
"REVIEWED."
Homo AdvortiBoments,
wiaan a i.iiooHss.
THE MUNICIPAL ELECTION.
In loss than two weeks, tho municipal
eloctlon will tako place. Dr. Win. Jt.
Smith, nnd Mr. James S. Swayno havo,
announced thomsolvoi as candidates for
mayor, and others no doubt will como out
as candidates beforo tho day of election.
Either of tho gontlcmon named, if olectcd
will mako a good mayor. Dr. Smith Is
well-known as n gentleman of unquestion
ed honesty and uprightness, whoso inter
ests lio In Cairo and her prosperity. Ho Is
a man of docldod charactor and would
bring to tho mayoralty that flrranoss of
purpose which tho clrcunisUnces of city
government so often rendor necessary
to be displayed by lit chief officor.
Mr. Swayno, also, as a man and a citizen,
enjoys tho confldeneo of tho pooplo of this
city. It ncod not bo assorted of him that
ho earnestly desiros tho prosperity of
Cairo. Ho has boon a member of tho city
V council for sevoral years nnd lias sorvod
his ward acceptably, AVo hollo vo, If a
majority ol tho voters of tho city wero to
place him at tho head of our municipal
government, ho would do his duty in that
position faithfully nnd with ability. Mr.
Sufford has boon mentioned In thoso col
umns as a gontleman who would mako a
popularcandidatofor mayor, and whether
be concludes to announco himsolf as such
or not, Tub Bulletin will continue to
entertain tho sumo opinion.
It has boon repeated, porhaps uol too
often, considering tho importance of tho
fact, that tho next fow years will bo tho
most important in tho history or Cairo. A
wise, just, liberal and far-seeing admin
istration of hor local affairs must bo ns
surod, in ordor that tho proipority within
her grasp may not escajio it. Every pros
pect is favorable for hor ripld nnd sub
stantial advancement lo tho position
which it has boon long prophoclod
sbo must attain sooner or Inter.
Tho tido in hor affairs, which, if taken nt
the flood will lead on to rortuno has now
boon reached. It remains with tho cltl-
r.ons to say whotbor tho tido shall be taken
advantago of. Tho day when party poll
tics wero allowed to rulo tho dcstlnlos of
Cairo, is now past and thoro exists a unan
'mity of desire on tho part of our citizons
for the prosperity of tho city unknown in
her earlier days. Fast animosities, petty
jealousies and personal dislikes havo dis
appeared, and in their place has sprung
up a broad and literal sentiment, tho
foundation of which u, prido in
the manifest destiny of tbocity.
Col. B. Stuals Taylor aas been inci
dentally mentioned a6 asultablocnndldato
for tho offlco of mayor at this timo.
All.hls interests aro Identical with thoso of
toe city. The line or his busiucss runs
parallel with the business of tho city. No
man, doubtless, to thoroughly understands
her ordinances and form of irovernmont
bor.past and presont needs; nnd no man
wouldor could give so much time, often
tlon and active interest to tho busincsj of
tbs city as Col. Taylor. His
character ior integrity, boldness of
jJUTpoM d eiecutivo ability
U to well ostablltbod, that the pf,,0 of ,t
tyttsjfMMk uperfluoui.
Bert "who shall be mayor" is tt question
9 be decided by tho voters of Cairo. The
Importance of wlso choice justifies concer- i
ISprlngtlcld Correspondence ol Hie Mon-
mount iicpuuiicnn.j
As wo anticipated, tlio Illinois rivor im
provement' bill lias been ordered to a third
reading In tho house, which refusod to
submit tho juestlon to tlio people, tlio
vole on mat uroposltlon bcinc uJ lu tlio
nlllrtnitlivo uud 70 in tlio negative, nnd tlio
statu will to committed to tho policy ol
river improvement under tho now consti
tution j whether wifely or unwisely timo
alone tan tell.
Tliodobnto upon tho (mention of rivor
Improvement was br far tho most inter
esting that has occurred durinir tho ses
sion. Mr. Connolly mndo a strong epeoch
against tho bill nnd In favor of his prop
osition to submit tho question to thu peo
ple. Mr. Jones, of Jo Daviess county,
made u speech in opposition to tho bill,
styling it a grand ecticmo of corruption,
and again uarning for himsolf tho titlu ot
'watch dog of tho treasury." On n pre
vious occasion, In n speech about uxtravn
garieu in public expenditures
und steals, ho had called at
tention to tho fact that tho Hag stall' on tlio
capltol building hnd cost This will
explain n rofcrenco in tho speech of Mr.
Oberly, from which wo proposo to give
your readers a fow paragraphs. In reply
to Mr. Jones, Mr. istarr, of l'eora, "went
for him" vohomeutly, but It remained for
Oberly to impalo him nllvo lu his own in
imtblo wty. Mr. Oborly is gifted above
must men in tho use of language. His clo.
queuco is'of an original kind. Wo havo
listened at times to tho playlul dashing
of waves upon tlio rocky shore, and pass
ing from tho sccno tho music ot tho waves
has lingered on our tars. Liko this ro
momborcd music, tho words ot this
speech cumo to us again nnd again long
attor tho speaker had closed. Wo cannot
forboar making ono or two extracts in
cluding his rolerencu to Mr. Jones. Re
furring llrst to Mr. Connolly, ho charac
terized his proposition to submit tho ques
tion to tho pooplo a9 "tho attack of a Thug
who approaches his victim from behind
and strangles him boforo roslstanco
cau bo made. It is tho stillotto of tho
Spaniard, usod by u wary hand, striking
in tho dark. Tho gentleman from Jo
Daviess (Mr. Jones) has resorted to n
plan of attack altogether different. Ho
has raised tho cry of corruption, and in
this hall yesterday mndo a speech, the
burden und chorus of which
was 'Stop thief I stop thief!'
1 sympathiso with that gon
lloman; his honest soul gushes out of his
eloquent mouiu continually in uenuncia
tlon of assaults upon tho troasury. Tho
taking devil of .dishonesty whluh his im
agination lias introduced into tuis nan,
has become to him a Jlanquo's ghost which
plays, hide nnd eeok with him behind theso
strong pillars, looks at him with ap
pealing oyes lrom behind tuo speaker's
chair, und rises liko n fury whon the
chairman of tho committoe on appropria
tions reports to tlio house. 1'iiis demon
will not bo exercised; It will not down nt
his bidding. It follows him from this
presence; goes with him to his hotel; eats
with him, drinks with him, sloops with
him, and tho while wails in his oar tho In- j
vocation. lio steadfast, Oh, Jones I Save
tho atato from my consuming hands 1' '
lteturrlng noxl lo n till wnicu Jir.
Jones had introduced to obtain from tho
treasury $100, in aid of an agricultural
society in opposition to the regular agri
cultural society of his county, he con
tinued, "I would rather, Ms, UpoW,
bo guilty of tho superb rascality
of Credit Moklliorism nnd bo
oxposod, than of tho littloness of
making n hundred dollar grab at the
treasury, wliilo distracting nttontion by
tho clamorous out-cry of 'Stop thief I'
ilut I indulpo In no astonish
mont. Ho has risen to n sublimo
height of economical honesty; has become
so intsneo in his dovotion to tho pcopio's
good that ho has discovered
a grand robbery In tho job
which placed tho flag stall upon
tho dome of this capltol at tho immense
price of $100. 1 eliall expect, sir, to see
this model ol economy, this cxquislto speci
men of honesty, climbing that Hag stall' bo
foro tho conclusion of this sosslon, crying
to all tho pcoplo of tlio stato, as ho us
conds: 'Heboid tho guardian of your
troasury I1 Sir, having olovatcd tho gon-
ItAitinti lit this ltnM 1 liinvi, htm
thoro in tho puro air of lioavon never to bo
brought down again to tno vuo cannon
which ho finds so much dishonesty."
Hoars of Jaugbtor, tho speaker participa
ting, but rapping vchomontly to bring tho
uouioto order.
Turning next to tho gontleman from'
Clinton, Mr. I.oltr.v, who hud ruudit
an lablo spcoch ugalnst tho bill
ho tormed him tho Goliath of the opposl
tlon. Ho had indulgod in nrgumont
spiced wltn a llttlo s arcasm, " nnu," con
tlnuod tho speaker, " 1 listoned to him
witu pleasure jio was almost as musical
ns thu violin of Olo Hull, from which tho
great master draws unexpected sounds
that fall upon tlio car, surprising it, and
dio Into silence, leaving behind nrioatura
blomomorr. If his accents had not bo
t rayed him, I would havo suspocted that
he, liko my friend from l'oorla here
(Uulnn) had visltod tlio u roves of lllnr
noy, nnd I would havo remembcrod that
"Tbero U a stono there,
ThatwhocvcrkUscs,
OH! ho never misses
To grow eloquent."
Jin t wo cannot follow tho orator lurtliir,
Wliilo wo demur to tho nrgumonts, which
wo admit, wero clear nnd stronir, nnd re
gret tho conclusions of tbo speaker, op
pored as wo aro (perhaps unwltely) to the
svttem of river Improvement. vu wrllo
these words as a tributo to tho genius of
tho oloquont Cairo editor.
B. SMYTH A CO.,
eeeemeeieeeoxusstie i MMminsMMwmtt" ssiswhimwms i
WHOLE3ALK OltOOKKB,
SSMISSSHHSMItSMII)iHIISMRMMISStSMI(SSSMtlMHNS
OHIO LIVli
CAIRO. ILblNOIR.
Also, ktep constantly on hand a mast com
piste stock of
OOTOS AlTD IMIBH WniSKIM
O INB,-
Fort, Madorla, Sborry and Catawba WlnM
It. Smyth As Co. oro al'o ngenU for Spen
cer, McKay Co.'s I'lttsbiirK ale.ofwhlcli a
inrgc biock is hepi cnnsinnuy on imnu nr
their wholesaloVtore;
MALOONM.
CRYSTAL SALOON
AND
HEADING HOOMS.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor
(OM l'OUT OFl'ICK STAKD.)
Corner Sixth direct and Commercial Av,
The best brands ol Cigars, choice Wine,
Liquors, etc., always on hand.
JSCTOpcn day and nlght.jfj
OLJJ DKLMONICO
SALOON ANP READING HOOMS
Corner 7th street nnd ur. K...VI,,4 ... ..,.
Commercial Av. " JlN ,hu 8 ''o0h.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
Proprietors.
USTTlio best brands of Cigar, choice
Wines, Llquors,otc, alwayx on band tl
KIj DOUAbO
RTLLIARD
BALOON
IIOOM.
AND BAH-
JIHIN UATKN, Ps-oprlelur.
U'C (V.inuifrcml Avnu, CAIKO, ILI.I.NDic
Uet braail of Otlllo U01j;ril recolsOi
U1LI.IAKD wiloon ftirnlhhcd with tho best
of tables : und bar supplied with wines, liquors
and clirarw of thonont brand-.
LITTLE KENTUCKJAN
SALOON
AM)
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio I.nvoe, bet, 4th aud;Cth Urccln,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Home Advortisomonts.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
ISM HUws the HiMJffiMt RcMitSi
TO OHIOAO-O
FJfc-btr Mile the ShortXt Hnatt
TO ST- LOUIS
NO CHANGE OP OARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANQK OF CARS
OM CAIRO TP .
Rinoihnull, -i llipoll, Toliulo,
Detroit, O'lcrclHDd, MKsra Kail.
llunlo, JVinhlnKton.
Hsttlmnre, I'hllsJolplils, Htm Vork.
Poston and all oints osst.
Milvsnlile, JanrsTillp, Matllaon,
htfrpnf r, St. Paul and all poloti north.
this Is also tho onlj direct route to
Decatur, PloomlnKton, Npnrnold.
Peoria, guln'J". . Keokuk,
HurhnRtiin, Hock laUnd, 1 Ballo,
Meodot, Dixon, Freeport,
(Islena, Dnbaqa, Blous oily,
Oman and all points northwest,
Klcgant Drawing Room Sloopinir Oa
On all ftlght Trains. B
"Kf Checked 10 all Important polnln.
For tlckots and information, apply lo I. C, H.R
depot t alroi on board the transit steamer he
lireeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tho PrlnolM
'"rt?AU,l(ftc, 'hroughout tho seuth. '
W. P.JOHNSON, oen'l Pass. Aic't, Chloao.
A. MiTCinti, flcn'l. Hnp't. Chlcsgo.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SVKINOFIKLD AND ILLINOIS
tJUUTUJSASTKRN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1H72
irnuiB win run as louowt:
NORTHERN DIVISION.
TS1IM OOIMO OCTDSSST,
Mail.
heave Virginia e:40 a. m.
rm
HnrlnirflAlfl fin
TM.lnrvllln inf.
Arrive at i'KDK. 11.40 ' ,..'",Z
IRAINil OOlKDSOKTUVmr.
Leave Pans 4.00 in. m
" Tavlorfllle 4.40
Arrive at Bpnnf(tleld....11 "
Lieavn Hprinffleld. e.5
arriTUM Virginia o.a "
Exprots.
..list p.m.
.. .1:00
.. ft. fl "
.. S.1T "
Mall.
...4.0 "
...! "
..c.io
..".14 "
aoUTMKRN DIVISION.
trairs eoua sscrniiar,
L.vw tMwnod J.SO a. tn. lo.ld u.ir
.V .V....H.M U,W Hlltf
Arrive at Htiawneot'ii .3 " M ....6 16
HEAL KSTATK AOEHC1 .
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
ft j
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (BKCOND LOOK) OHIO LKVIK,
CAIRO, ILLS,,
Bur and Sxll Rial Ehtati,
PAY TAXES,
KQRNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
And ptc?re Conteysoee ofKisd!
MKAUS ATALL HOUI1S.
A lino now Dlnlnir Hall wltti eVcrv con
vcnlcnce hut been added to this popular
iici-tuurniii, ana tno guests win nmi every
rcquMto for thclruccomodatlon.
THE MLX OF FARE
conWs of overv substantial and delicacv ol
tho season.
THE
in supplied with tho
CHOICEST LIQUORS AYIN ES &CIGA US
J3illxcd drinks prepared with care.
11-10 tl.
JolinQ.llanc.nl. Chun. Thnipp.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
XV li
CONVEYANCERS.
.Vortb Cur. oralis St. nod Ohio tvr.
Cairo, Illinois.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing msdo a
specially, jtcal rotate nought and sold.
JSTTaxcs l'ald, etc.
Home'Advertisemonts.
IMSOBAHOV.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1ST S XT K -A TO JU
I'OMPAMlEit.
NIAQARA, N. T.
Assets
AsseU..
OKHUAN1A, N. T,
.11,430,210
...l,r4,Tll 11
Aaiets..
HANOVIR, N. Tn
RsrcnLto, N. T,
,.T!i6 Sl m
,pe' .....m. m.m !
Coropriilng the Underwriters' Aienc j.
TONKKHK, N. T.,
Asset,,
..MS l
iset ,
Assets ,
ALRANT CITT,
,...4V,11
virxiien'b fond, B. r.,
ir.CUBITV, N. t. uahink,
' l.tM.M'J
Btorea, DwelllnKH, Furniture, Hulls and Our
Koes, Insured at rales a favorable a sound, per
manent securitr will warrant.
I respeutfully ask of the cltlsensol Ca.
shaieof their patronage.
J. M.lirUHKN.
. II. Morns,
NoUryPut.tlo.
II. 11. CanJc:
No.ruli. and t'. H. Onin
SIT IRE.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
nraTTBAKCE.
JiTNA, HARTFORD,
Ai I lb,M,M
MIRTH AMF.RICA, 'A
A-t fJ,TM,(ll Kl
HARTFORD, CONN.,
Ar.et ...f J.MMlii 72
P1KKNIX. HARTFORD,
Ami-Is .....fl,7il,Ha
INTKRNATIONAL, N. T.,
' - - Il.SM.SsS 1
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
J7H,tiS7
CliUVKI.AND, Ct.KVKLA.ND,
Allots..
51ft,73 fS
IIOME.OJhlJMUUS,
A,let - - - II6S,176 4.1
AMERICAN CENTRA! MO.,
Ae - ICOo.ouu t
CONNKOTICDT MUTUAL. LIFE.
A,t ao,ocs)x oo
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD. LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets..
....I,SOO,000 0
BUTClIKtM.
LIYLAND & SAUKK,
BUTOHBBS
AND DBAI.K1I8 IN
mihci:s.i.a.m:oun.
Z. 11. MXTIIUPS.. K. 0 .UIIl
MATHUS3 ii UIIL,
FOBWAEDIWO
AND UR2VEUA1.
CommissionMerc HANTS
DEALERS IN
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
OniO 'A.KVSXE.
RAILWAY PAH3ENOER.S A'jSURANOIl
CO., nAKTFOUD,
V't.............. .......$KjO,ii(jo ui
INDKPCNDKNT, IIOSTON,
AmI....... 630,6t3 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS &OANDEE,"
71 Ohio 1to,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
COMPA2TT.
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ckntl. Office, 172 WashinotonSt.
ACTTVA, Se50,000.
This German Life lnsuranre ComnatiT
ftuarantces not only Tald-tip Tollcies but
also a Value In Cash on the Non-forfclturc
Home Advertisement.
HALLIOAY BROTHRES
GENERAL AGENTS
KOUVAU!)h(J and COMMIHSION
huh is a re
DEAL JO IIS IN FJ OUR ;
And Atfrf te or
Slllll KIN K!l AR1 KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Cairo.. Illimoik.
COFPKV, l'ACE & CO.,
I' 4S II H A H IS I XU
A N D
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
DKW.KUS IN
HAY,
CORN.
OATS,
MKAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
ll-l'Jtl
11. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKALSIt IN
HAY, OATS,
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - ILLINOIS
CHOICE FRESH 'MEATS
OK EVE11Y llKSnillDTinN. P10'
lim A IlTTnir
Corner 10th street und Coramorelal avenilo I U. KNOBELSDoltP .
next door to tho Ilyland naloon. anvBB.uuuui ,
U.1C tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
- President
- Becrotary
JAKE WALTER,
AND DEALKR IN
BTJTOHBB
FRESH MEAT,
JOHN Y. I'RUESS,
AKent for Cairo and vicinity.
BISMARK llUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
AMioriatlon for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Relief hy weekly dues and mutual
CARL- PETERS,
BLACKSMITH
sis, I'.levenlb iiltd Coilar His.,
Inlnnns the nulillc that ho has cni;aL'vd tlm
services of u Klnt-clasa Wbrou linker, and
alMia Klit-clais Homo Bhocr, and Is ready
to manufacture and repair all kinds of work
In this trade with neatness and dlputeb,
tl-S)UI.
"WARD & ROBERTS,
PAIITTERS
OUAININO,
liALNOfll.M.XJ,
I'l.AIN A IHC Olt.lTlVK
ITK 11 A SUl S ti Jk : NI U M'A 1 NT IN Q
At-ntlcalern tn rulnt-, 01t',(lla,
WALL I'Al'Elt, ETC.
Wiii-lilnyton avcuuo mid Llevcnth stri'ct.
3-ffiltl
W.M. GLENN & SON'S
1IKAD QUAItTEllS FOR OllOCERIES
IMHKNKi: STOCK,
(iltl'.VT VAUIETV,
LOW rillC'ES.
COl'TEi'.. HIo, Laguayro, Java, Mocha.
SU(lAlt,-N. 0., Hard & Soft Rofincd.
SVItUrS. Now Orleans nnd Eastern.
VK MAKK fcl'KCIAl.lTIKti 01'
X'ETVQt TOBACCOS,
.35TX) CIOAES.
0 .1 71 VmtNI. w.vci.v.v,in
IM-tAi-iim
13. CLOSE,
(1KNKUAL COMMISSION MKUCIIANT
And denier lu
Limk, Ckment, ri.Asrr.u, IIaik, Etc,
No.71.Ulslo Ieviie.
rrri will sell In car load lots at mitiulac-
tuivis' prices, adding irclcht. i-'i-U
co-ODcration In ohiccts of nuhlh hnnint.
Tho I.IIo lnsuriii-n Pnllplpa will I. a i,i.l
niaitTn htbt, uetwjskn Wabuinotoa " ,,IB seuionia i.uo insurance company,
AND UOHUKBCIAL AVXNUKB,
AHJolnlsjkT Hi'.tnhoDae and naisssy'is
nn,i ni ur uwi, rorif, Mutton veal.
f.amb, SaussKs, eto tmlars prepared lostne
...VUB ,u . iuvp wopvauiiv inanuer,
JAMES KYN ASTON,
UUTCIIKIt AND DKALXlt IN ALL KlNDB 0
JT RKSu JUKAT0.
COIINKR NtNXTKNTII AND 1'Ol l.AH HT8.,
IIAIIIJI II.I.IKT1IU
Uuys and slaugUtora only the host eattlo,
Iioks and sheep, and is prepared to fill any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ivu wuunauu puuuuif.
H. MEYERS, Prcsidont.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao't.
WIIt rorSJtslroassa vlelssUr.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is lraril to aupply cuitu met will. Hi
Quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
GOAL.
C3-OOID WORK
GOOD IF-A-Y!
NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO.
ASSETS, 821,000,000.
I'AIIS IMSI.IOV IHH.MKBH H JO,000,O0O,
Desires tho services of an EFFICIENT
AOENTIor this place and lclnity. To a
n suitable person who will faithfully tlcvoto
his ftill timo and talents to tlio duties of Its
agency, dcsiralilo terms, und a fuvorahle op
portunity will be offered. Address, with
rofercneeH,
j. ii. iiKNJiKTT, (ien'i aiiirt.,
:i-'.'0-12t llox M5. Chlc'o, 111.
iiMMls, JMuWN & Co.,
ORDERS len at Hallldav Uros. ottlco, 7 "R Aft AT A "NTTTT' A nTTTsTPPH
oiuoucvK.oratthe Coal Yard below the 1 ilvJi U"JJMW
MILLER ft PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Ab
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS to FAIRB ANK'S SOALEf
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. II.I.fNOIH.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccesaors to K. H. Bandnea-s A Co.)
Forwarding and Comraission
MERCHANTS,
AJID
WUARP-BOAT PROPRIETORS,
aS Liberal Advancements mad m "aal
SS4TJS upon ConalgDinaQU. atfilV
Are prepared lo reeelTe, store and lorward
freights to all points and buj and
. sell on commission,
ssjTBuslness attended to promptly!
JOHN 13. PHLLIS & SON,
(Suocesaors to John II. Phillii,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
ASU
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
AKD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob.
TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEV P.
OAIBO, ILLS.
H.J. AYKK8. P. J. AYsenn
AYERS & CO.,
FLOUR
AND -
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onio Levkk, Oaiiio, Ilw.
l-7tf,
uim. ui n, hid vutti lani uuiutt uii
L rl. .1 .. . (1 I I . ...
VU.IIO. itubui, mill receivu iiruuiut u-
tlon. Tlio Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
a-iiiKBiue ui sieamersi ai any nour.
BOAT NT0MBIS.
SAM WILSON,
SSS1IS IK
BOAT
Ql(lOII!lli
PROVISIONS TC.
119
Obi Litib Caubo, 111
AfiKNTs Home Cotton Mii.i.h
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
1-3-im.
"DANIEL LAM PERT, "
FASHIONABLE BARBER
Eighth St., Uj. Com. Wash.,
' CAIRO, LLINOIS.
PETER CUIIL,
Exrliii
FLOUR MERCHANT,
ANI
MIILBES' -A.3-E2nT'X',
No. NO OHIO LKVKC
3-aOtf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Our Home Adrertiierw.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
large
3 I Xj Xj 1 El IT
Formerly Swander, Intending to remnv.
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her tawS
Immediately. In order to laclllltat the sale
or bertrooifa, 3ln. Jackson has determined
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites tho ladle of Cairo and vle'riltv
Mil'" S?kW they ,,r",ro KoSd baVoY,
HOODS ARE ALL NEW .
Sfj.CiiVrr ? t.',1m 'l?vln ''ccn "elected rrom
the Isto rail styles, henco the ladles have
rare opportunity to purchase now and lash
lonablo millinery at cost price. The stoo
onlts or hats ribbons, flowers, hosier
ladles underwear, etc., etc. ll-SOtt
MRS. MoGEE,
NEW MILLINERY (JOOD3
nt TBI
hATKHT FALL AND WINTBR ITTLIS
ll'-mn a lull line of
. TOXTITEO'S Ac HATS
ITnrnmivl and untritnmed,!
KhF.MlU FI.OWEItH. KIUHONS, TRIMIIINH1
of all kinds. eti., etc.
Mrs. McO haa aUo a larxe awerlmeDt n
Kancjr Arllnlra, siicli a
llUm.HAHIIlW, FANH,
And all other articles usuallj lound In a
first-class millinery store
Mrs. JjoOcp, In addition to her Htock of
anuy and Millinery Goods, has a ttneono and
hmiilote acnortmont of Cincinnati Custom
made ladles' and Mlnsos' Shoes and Chll
drens Jloots, Hlsck and its Colors. These
aroacknowle.dtjcd to be the finest and best
ever In the market, and this Is the only
tho city that makes them a specialty
BHirfjn.
P. G. Schuh.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & RRO.
FLOUR
AIB
eneral ConimisaioD Merchanta
188 OHIO LXV1I,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
IIKTWCKN WAiU'N AVKWUB AMD WALMDt
Dr. II. K, Fields Informs, tae pnblle Ibst he ha
opens' a
L I V E R.T STABLE,
on the northwest aid of Tenth street as aaae
HlaHUblMwW be furnished with nM but the
AND GOOD TXHI0LI&
and the pubUoHutybe acooamodated at al
hour or Uta day and night vrlta safe tttsu
on lb towssH tswiei.
1 Dr.rUW; aki a ahar iof pphUcpatwaw
Bd fw estdearor to merit It by Air ikuu
aisMMU0Btobuli. 'lmuH
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