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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL, 1878.
THE BULLETIN.
JyU.V IL OBERLY, Editor and Publliher
TEBhtS OF TUB DAILY BULLETIN :
OBewaak, by carrier...., I 2
Oaeyearby carrier, Uadvtuce 10 00
Om mr by carrier u not pild in
4un i2 00
m moBih.br mill 1 00
FkreOBMBtht 3 00
B0Ae.
Om veer 10 00
TIOI DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLKTLN
Johfl O. Oberly bat reduced tht tubicrip
Mm price of tht Wiiut Cairo Bcllbtix
I Om Dollat per annum, miklnc " 0
I ptpsr puWIthed In Soutneru uunoii
Tbb Ktntucky lef IsHturt bat patted a
bill eatborUiBf tht lawn of 3Iyfleld to
nWerib to tht capital ttock of Hit Ctlro
tad Tennttt Rivtr railroad.
TB unfortunate children of Mn.
Mtdfta, tbt victim of Mm Workman, bat
lt both partaUby vlolenc, the father
bavIbi been mnrdered about five yc&rt
afeby a Bin named 'Kingston.
ST. Loutf it moving in tht matter of
that-Great Southern railway," tho rail,
tray to bo built along tbt western iboro
of Im IfiuiMippl river from St. Louii to
Slav Orleans. Some three or four hundred
HhiiibiI dollar! bare been tubtcrlbed to
tbeeepltal ttock. Among the natnoi of the
iBoorporatort it that of Louii Ilouck,
Xro,., formerly of Cairo.
Tbb Illlnoli Slate 'Journal' layi that
Qoaeral Grant' lottor to Qenoral Oarfleld
lafomlsg that gentleman that bt tbe
frealdtnt hat appointed a lady, a utter
tf Senator Stewart of Novada, to be pott-
Btktrett at Athlabula, Ohio, "explalni
toomtwhatblt idea of woman'i rlebtt'"
Thai it, tha president' idea appears to be
boat womm who are tha littart of United
Slatea itnatort bare the right to be pott
atUtrettu.
Tni 'Journal,' the now Republican
fpt of oar neighboring city of 1'adu-
tb, contains an article on "the Itepub
Mew party and education," in which it is
ladirtftly Assumed that the establishment
cf tba publio school system throughout
tht conntry It ono of the "beneficent
works" of the Republican party. There
art tomt thlngi the adherenti of tho Ho
publican party may claim, and nono will
dispute their right to doto. Tlioy may claim
Colfax and Butler, and Pattenon and
Fotntroy; tbey may claim Credit Mobllier
aai tba credit of tba back salary ileal and
any numbtr or other thing or the tamo
tcrV But to atstrt Ittat to the Republican
yaHy toltly It dut tba rapidly tprendln
omenta or tba American common
aehool tyjtam it an anumption of rirtno
aa4 wisdom at ccol as it it foundationleit
In' snost of tho states of
iht Union, except perhaps a few of thoie
"Western and some of the Southern states
tba common school tystom ns it now tx
Ills, was in existence and in working op
eration, many ytart beforo tbt organiz
ation of tbs Republican party. The ten
lmenl of tba American people not only
llnee, but before tba foundation ot the
fovtrnment. bat always been In favor of
frae tcbpols for tbt manes, and
bat never betn a diatiugulshing
ftatart of ono party over another. The
eosomoB ichool system, as it now exists
la nearly every ttata in tbo union, is one
of tba fruittof our fret inttltutlunt, and
bu thrived, not because of tha fottaring
oara of tba Republican party, but became
tba whole people approve, ancourago and
protect It, in every ttato without regard
to party.
AFFECTIXti SCiJNES.
TBK RESCUED PASSEKGER3
THK ATLANTIC MKETlttO
'I'UKIR RELATIVE
AND FUIKNUS.
OF
fN'ew York World. Anril 7.1
Tba aanouuteuieui ol the arrival of the
rttcued aroigranu by a tUsamr of the Fall
ri'vtr Una early yesterday moruinir,
broogbt to both Cattle Garden and l'ier
28, North river, aveirgrowing groupt f
a-ana women, wuuio ant appearance
cam oj o ociock. in Dan wat ex
pacud at tir, but dtd nut appear until i
4u(ici ui Tun. jueaowLiia me group
at tba wharf paring through the gatct and
lockod douri, or btiegiog with eutrealiei
and clamor mo tquaa or police du
tailed at that point, were dikcuulnr- ih,.
tba"univenally uppermott topict, namely,
Capt. William and the coal. The gt
wrt opened soon after tbo tteamcr came
in tight. She bad almost no paitengeri
in light But at tha vtuel drew nearer
a crowd in the after-cabin booms vl.u.u
a hundred facet turned wetrily toward
labd. "Dan Scbelllng I Dan ricbillingl '
roared a man on tba dock, running aorosi
to tba naarttl point and poerinr aboard.
Totra teemed to be no Danio), arid the po
liceman iieruiy pui touigoi me man who
aaouua nit t ins When tie boat finally
ana round Into position and the
plank wat carried aboard, .the
regular patiengori flrit debarked
ana men. wttn a much no se at
la 1m.A at.- m. r . '
Unw yUtcber bad been trout' ht
tlda tbt end of tbt dock to receive the om
Urants and convty them to Castle Oar
Can. Bo it appeared tbs men and women
who wirt waiting to receive thoir loved
swat mutt wait a little longer. Tbey had
waited to loot;, and practice hardly makes
, Mrfact Two by two, the tbabby, sober
Md altd out upon the wharf and over to
tha Flttcbtr. Tbty scarcely looked
.mad than, but walked meekly some
iMtt, maay feeble, all lilcut. Except
mm, IfaRUiidaviaUd from the itraluht
Mh aa licer ibowed him
aiUtaka very quickly. Once
Affm wa btfltd for a moment. Threo
Ws)ta had Mood clinging to aach other
Ik at?thtr, daugbttr and betrothed, It
'imili of lotna aipaottd one. Tbt men
wVwJtWat half oat. Suddtnlv tba mother
Blihtl ad alrsott tpraag forward, but
Mttoalatd fcarMlf asd ra! gaitd aratatly
at a faco coming down tbo plank. hen
I reached siio tprang rorwara vritu a
Oil, my own,'r and there wii a suuuen
embrace. Before the next policeman, at
tounded, could diichargo hit formula,
"raovu on," there Were three Women
clinging to this man, all four crying and
obbing aloud.
"Uoiuo, get along. ero trying iuu
you all aa fatt at posslblo, If you II only
Jet ui alone, .novo on mere.- xuo uiu
moved on. and the three women ttralncd
their eyet to follow him until he dltp
peared aboard the tender, and then turned
and hurriod to L'nitlo Garden. Tho trans
fer wat toon over and tho I'letcber steamed
down the river. The men did mt teem o
ciablo, but would talk freely of their ex
perlencfl when qticitloneJ. A lew groupt
wero lormeu, not many, uiujw iwv m
at smoking ana loosing wearily ou uuu
tpace. There wat a general naggaru
look, tuch at mlcht be expected iu tho
oyet of men who bad tnotdeitb to nearly.
Tha Undine at Cmlle Garden Wat
briefly over, and tbo man were cnclo cd,
wonderine. in a ron iroin which by two
ittuet tbey passed to as many clerki, who
took their tiatwt, nations and destinations.
Two hundrod and tixty-thrco were regit
lorcd. A brcakfnsl of bread, cheeo and
meat, oect and colleo whi let for them,
and when all had registered thoso who ci-
pocted to una no irtuoat tecxing teem an
uuued tills with rellth. Meanwhile tho
otbort wcro teparatcd in group, and told
on" to the waiting-room, there to receive
their friendt. Thli room wai nearly lull,
nd. at the clerk artcred with the first
batch of emigrant), a hush caian upon tho
room, broian inttaniiy uy a whispering
Hnd a half.tuppretied cry from a
woman who recognized nor brother,
nd roto to como to him. Tho work bore
wat done with roercllul quicKncis. as
toon at anyono wai reeognuea ana
claimed, lie wat at onco given hit liberty.
Oh I" cried this woman, "l too wnero tie
si' From the very rear rank of tho
group a man answered to tuo voice, ana
the two went out embracing. The throe
womon who had outwitted tho police at
tho dock, wcro sitting in the hall and
aroio as tbo flrtt group of emigrantt came
It wat not long, itipy icanncu me
crowd carefully, arid when tbo clork
callod "Owen Donnelly I" ruthed to tho
railing, and, crying Hna tobblng aiouu,
hurried tuo man irom too room.
TUB HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
1ULL.
The liomcslcad exomntioti bill, which
passed the senate on Thursday, exempts
jl.WJO in real estate irom execution, irom
writ of attachment and dlttreii fur rent,
and alto the following Horns of personal
iirupiTty:
. - - t
i. tdo nccoiiary wenring nppnroi or
overy person.
'i. uno sewing mftcuino.
3. Tbo furniture, tools and implements
of any porion necessary to carry on bis or
her trado or buainoit. not exceeding in
valuo ono hundred dollars.
4. Materiali rnd stock dclcticd and
procured by him or her, and uecccssary
lor carrving on bis or her trado nnd bur
ness, and intended to be used or wrought
tburein. not excoedlui: una hundred dul
lers in value.
6. Tho imnlementi or llbrnry of any
protesMonal person not exceeding ono nuu
dred dollars in valuo.
And in addition to tho above property
when the debtor is tho head of a family
and resides with the snmo, tbe following
1. Necessary beds, bedttcadt and bud
dir.tr. two ttovct and pipo.
2. Necctarv household furniture, not
execodine in value one hundred dollars
3 Onu cow una calf and twotwlno.
4. One yoko of oxen or two horsoi
lluu thereof, used by tbe debtor in tup
nort of li i family, not excefdlng in volu
two hundred dollars, and tho harness
thereof, not exceeding in value forty dol
an.
C. Necettarv provisloni and fuol for
tbe use of tbo family for throe months,
and necessary food for tho stock liereinbo-
ioro re-oxemptcu, lor tnu same nmo.
6. Tbe Bible., school books and fnmlly
pictures.
7. Tho familr library.
8. Cemetery lott or rights of burial,
nnd torn bt for repositoriet for tbo dead.
t. One hundred dollars worth of prop
erty, tutted to hit or her condition in life,
selected by tbe debtor.
HOW GEN GA11F1ELD DID
NOT ItEMOVE THE FLAT
HEAD INDIANS.
tWashliistou Cor. New York Uerald..
Lutt-year congretl putted an appropria
tion tor the removal of tho 1 luiliead In
dium from tbe Bitter Root valley, in Mon
tana, to a reservation I'juio Ulty or sixty
milet distant, which hat been set apart tor
them and other neighboring mots, xuu
wat done at tho urgent solicitation of tbe
tetllert in tbo valley, who already number
tlftocn hundred aud are rapidly Increas
ing. They detired to be freed from
the Indians, and also to obtain titles to
their lands, which could not bo done until
tbo lndim titio wat extinguished. Dole
gate Claggett urgently requeued tbo ap
pointment ul commissioner oi u guiiiieiiien
tiMliini'inL' to tho l'dcitlo coutt, who had
extentlve experinnco and much influonrt
amoug tbeso Indiant. llo wai with Gov
ernor Stovont, of Washlngtoa Territory,
n all his Indian expeditions, ana imu
drawn up tba original treaty witn tne
KUtbbadt in lb55. Inttead ul tbit uen.
urul Garlleld, of Ohio, wnt selected as the
commissioner. It wat said at the time
that be toilclted tbt position tor tuo pur
pose of avoiding an active pari in
llio prciiaontlHl campaign, its no wai
tomewbal doubtful wbich tide to take,
whether It wni juit or not it it very cer
tain that he whi Lut a lukewarm tupporl
erof l'rrtideiit Grant, and it is equally
certain that he made aw-mrablo lailuro
in tbe attempted dltchargtiof tbe duty at
signed Mm. A delegation from Montana
to-day bad an interview with Secretary
Delano, tbe CommlsJoner of Indian At
fain and the Commitsioner of tbo Gen
oral Land Office, ia which they ttuted
that General Garfield hud not carried out
hit instructions: that ho had simply takon
tbe chief of tho Flathcadt over to the res
ervation on Iocko river, told him to solect
tbe place wtra he wiined his trlboh ci
ted, and thn tho crneral returned Kait
without waitlnc to see the Indians re
movi-d ; that the remit Is tbe tribe still re
mains in the Ultlor Hoot vauey, mucn to
th annoyance of tbo settlors. lhoMon
tanians think that Garfield bid bettor
have stayed at home and allowrd tome
more competent permn tbo appointment
They iniltt now that the government shall
enforce tbe ordor of removal.
IIOAT NTftltKfl.
SAM WILSON,
Dlllll IK
. oaocau'.iiB.
P It o' V I B I 0 N 8 ETC.
Bo. 11
Onto Lavaa Cairo, Im
DANIEL LAMPORT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
Eioani bt,, Br. Com, A Wai
CA1SO, U.X90U.
Homo Advertisements.
vitosi'ECTua ron 1873.-sixth yeah
THE ALDINE,
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, unlvertally
admitted to be the llandsomett I'eriod
leal In tho orld. A ltourctetita
live and Champion of Amer
ican Taste.
XoJ for Aula Im Book or New fUr.
ART DEPARTMENT.
Xotwithttandlug tho Increase In tho price
ot tiilncrlptlon last fall, when tho AMIne as
sumed tuproncnt noble proportions and rep
resentative character, the edition will more
than doublo tho past year; proving that the
Amerlc.li public apprcclato a sincere e(
lort in the canoe of Art- Tim piilChcrs
nnxlou to Justify the reacly conildeiicolhus
demonstrated, havo oxcrtcd lliemwlves to
tho litmo!t to develop and lniinive the
work: nnd the plain for the coming year,
as tinioldi'd by the mouth ly Imiics, will at
tonUh and delight evmi tho iuot sanguine
Iricnds ol the Aldlnc.
The Aldlnc will rcproduert example! ol
the best foreign musters, selected with a
view to the lilpli:it artlstlu nieces?, and
greatest general interest; avulding such at
ave become famtlliir, through photograph,
or copiet of any kind.
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 187:1, will
reproduce four of -lolin H. Dnvls' inimitable
chlld-ketches, npprcpriate In the four sea
sons. These plate, appearing In the issuct
for January, April, July, and October,
weald bo alone worth the price of a year's
!UUcriuon.
rilkMIUJl CIIIIUMU'I M)ll 1ST I.
Evcrv subscriber to the Aldlnc. who nai
In advance for tho year 1S73, will receivo,
without additional charge, a pair of beauti
ful nil cliromo, after J. J. Hill, the eminent
L..ft.,. ............ TI.a ..ltl...
Tho villaire llelle." uml "Crosslnir the
Moor," are 11x20 Inches -are printed from
jdlllcrelit plate, requiring 20 lmrrculoin
ml tints to perfect c.icli nluturo. Tho same
chroinos are sold lor $-'10 per pair, In the art
torct. At It Ih tne ueternunaiinn oi iim con
ductors t keep the Atdlno out of the reach
ol competition In nvcry department, the
chromin will be found nhcad ol any that
can bo offered by other periodicals. Every
iilierbcr will recchc ucertlUcate, over the
signature or tno puuiioierf, euarauiecing
tlmt the chromoK delivered hi i all bo eqilut to
the simples furnished the agent,
or the money will be relunded.
l'he distribution of Picture oftlil trades
free to tlw nulierlbers to a five dollar perl
udleal. wl'.l miuV an eliocli In tlie history ol
Art nun. roimiiieriiiif me unnrecciiciucu
cheapness of tlio price for llioAldlue lUcll,
me murvci taut nuie tuori oi a iiunucio,
even to tlio-o best acmiiilntcd with the
aRbluvcmcnU of inrcntlte itenitn and Ira
nroe.l meciinmcai apnunnccs. (for uius-
trntlont oftliefo cbromos, see Mon-uibor Is
sue oi mo Amine.)
Tllli l.l 1 1 .11 All 1 lltl'Ani JlKJi v
will continue under tbe care of Mr. Klchard
Henry .Stoddard, assisted bythe best writers
and poets ol the day, who will strive to have
the literature of the Aldlne ulwuyi in keep
ing wuu ltsunmicauracuon.
TERMS.
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onlv bv rub'crllition. There will be no re
iluccdurclub rate; casli for ubscriptlnns
imixt be scut to tbe publMicrs Ulrcct, or Han
ded to the local agent wiiboutrespouslblllty
of the publisher, except In cas where the
ccrtiucaie is given, iicaiuig me lacsiuiu
slguuiure of .Tame Sutton A Co.
AGENTS WANTED.
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a local ugeni, win receive tun uuu jirouijii ui'
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I1EAD QUARTERS FOR GROCERIES
IMMENSE STOCK,
HREAT VARIETY,
LOW PRICES,
COFFEE. Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N, 0., Hard & Soft Roflned.
SYRUPS. .New Orleam and Eastern.
WE JUKE SrXCIALITIKS OF
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GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limk, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc.
title Lcvet).
tSTl will sell In car losd lott at
manufac-4-2-tl
turvrs' prlcoK, adding Ireight.
BEMIS, DROWN & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
Aqints Homk Cotton Millh!
NO. 60 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
l-Mm.
z, o. uatuubs..
, cunt
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Commissi oy Me b chants
DEALEH3
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nnio i.KTcr.
l.tWTKHN,
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
Office our FlrH National bank. 3lC-3m
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office over Tlrst National bank. 8-163m
GREEN & OHkUEKT,
ATTORNKYb
aaa
OOUNSKLORS AT LAW,
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NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL
THOMPSON'S
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS,
FOR THJ6 PBBM19C5T CURB OW
CUILLS ASD FEVKR, DFMB AOUB
OK ANY FORM OF I5TERM1T
TEfiT FEVER.
THE OREATi'sFpiSCOVERY OF THE
AOL' I
There are no dleaci so debilitating In
their effects upon the constitution rt tbt
above, and none more difficult to curt by
the usual mode of practice, The reveraud
Ague I'owdert will effect a cure in cases ol
the longest standing at well aiprovt a pre
ventive in the forming itaget of the diseased
Hclng purely vegetable, they act with cer
ta.ntv oil the disease, totally eradicating It
Irom the system, aud pretent a return at
any future period.
Why waste your money and health la try
ing every medicine you hear of, wbtn
Thompson's Fever nnd Ague I'owdert hart
never failed to curt the Chilli in any cut.
REASONS WHT THEY ONLY SHOULD
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nono ot tho lingering diseases so often tbt
result of the many notrumt or the day.
Physicians recommend them a superior to
quinine or any oilier Known remeuy, ioi
tliey leave the at stem In a healthy state, and
the patient beyond the probability of a re-
'SeVaBE OF COUNTEBFEITS Tht
genuine are put up In square tin boxes, with
THOMPSON'S FEVElt AND AGUE POW.
UMU stamper! on the lid, and tht tlgnaturt
ol Thompson It Crawford on tbt wrapper.
iw uiut.ii cm possiuiy uo genuine.
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RHEUMATIC
AMD
HORSE LINIMENT
TUX OhXAT KXTEBKA U RsMIDY FOR
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OI A, SPR AIU8, ETC.,
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applications. sjgpThousands who now 11-
llnd Immediate relief Irom all pain by using
mn cerium remeuy. 11 1 equauy eutciuai
in cuis. iurnf, scums, suiiuetx or ine neca,
sore throat, twelllnira. lnilamatlons, frost
bites, pains in the slue, or back, bites of spl
ten or Mines or insects.
One rubbing will In all cases give lmmcdl
aie reuci, uuu a ictv nipiicuiiuu9 uuuiyiei
cute.
On account of itt powerful penetrating
properties It Is beyond doubt tbe surest rem
edy for the mot troublesome diseases to
wmcn nones anu came are uauio. si cures
scratches, old and fresh cutt or sores, chafes
produced by tbe collar or saddles, injuries
caused by nulls or splints entering tbe flesh
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thrush, and all diseases which destroy tba
hoofs or bones of the feet.
!BKull directions accompany each bot
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CBAWFOUD A KOBE9.
Ill Market Street, Philadelphia,
And told by storekeepers generally through
out the country. Via It d-t-w
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 RUlea the ftkortoat Bnf
TO CHICAaO
Klfhty RUIm tbe Ihorteat Kesite
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OK CARS
KROJt CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i- litnapolls. Told,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niagara falls
UuRalo, PitlsljUiR. WwhlaatOB.
Ualtlmore, ifhlltaslphia, Hw Tork.
Boston aad all poiata east.
Mllwanklt, Jancsrllla, Madison,
LaCrosse, 01. Paul and all point! nortb.
This Is also the only direct riuU to
Dcatur, nioomlngton, llpnnnld,
Hrorla, Quiocv, Kenkuki
llurlmgton; Rock Itltad, La Ball.
Mfndota, Itixon, Freaport,
Galena, Oubuqna, Hioui uity,
Omaha and all polatt aorthwaat.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Car
un an jMigni i raint.
Baictf Chaektd to all Important points
For tickets and tnformatinn, apply to 1. C. R.R
dspott airo; oa board tne transit staamerbt
tweu Oolnmbct and Cairo, and at tn prinolp
rallroa I ticket offlc throughout tha south.
W. P. JOUNiON. n'l Fats. Ag't, Chicago.
A. MirCHtiL, Oen'l Hup't. Cblosgo.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April Ittb, 1872
trains will run at follows:
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tuivs oia soevistsr.
Mall. Ezpreti.
Lmvs Vlrlola t:0 a. ni...,....ti6p.m.
" Hprlngfleld. ...... ;0 , S:f
,' TvlorTliU..10 8 .... . t
Ar.-lTssli-ana. U.M 11 6.11
mint eoi9 KOtrawKt.
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LT Pant l.uo a.'m ....J.M a. m
" Tavlorxll t.io t.t
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Arnvaal Viigima 1.6 ..!. 15
lODTSIIX DITiaiOM.
vaaiai toisa ssrratisr,
Lsva Edgwood 4.50 . m. .........10.10 p.nr
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C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
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AUCTIONEERS,
74 (ikcokd floob) ohio lbtbb,
oaibo, ills,,
Bot and Sill Real Etati,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS' OF TITLE
And poms Ooavtraaaae ofKlsds!
Jobn g. Uaman. Chat. Tbrupp;
JOHN Q. BARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
Ays
CONVEYANCERS,
Xartk Cor. ofOUt asMI 0)kU tTOt.
CaIBO, iLaTKOU.
Abstract of Tltlt, Coavtvaoting au4 a
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HALLIDAT BROTHRE9
GENERAL AGENTS
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VORWAKDLNQ amb COMMI88ION
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
Aa4 agtau tf
tmio urn ajili kahawba
a-A.x,T aoACFjkvxrxjDe.
70 Ohio Lbvbb,
O&iro. iLuaan.
COFFEY, PACE k CO.,
fOHW ABIM
A, V D
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
DIALIB4 IX
HAY,
CORN.
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
8-12tf
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCBANT
MUD DKAIA OT
HAY. OATS, OOE1M
AND MILL FKKD.
CAIRO,
ILLINOIS
MILLER ft PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
sat
FUR WARDING MERCHANT,
Mh
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS Fob FAIKBA NK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILUXOTJI.
J. M. PHILLIPS CO.,
(SuceMort to B. B. Boadrieca A Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
aa
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Aa'vtseoaMwta tna4
apoa OoaslgasBoota.
Art propared te reaeive, store aad tonrird
frslghlt to all points aad bof aad
tell ea oeenasiaeMej,
SBrBoslsatt etleadod te protaptlri
JOHN R. PHLLIS k SON,
(Baoooetort to John B. Fhtlllo,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERiHANTS
Alt
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, dec.,
Cob. TENTH-BT. abd OHIO LEVI
CAIBO, ILLt.
S, D, AYBBB.
K. J. AYBB8
AYERS k CO.,
FLOUB
AMD
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lbtbk, Uaibo, Illi.
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PETER OUHL,
XacltitlTa
fl:otjr merc:hant
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CAIEO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTINHOUSB ft BRO.
FLOUR
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CH.BIVeRIK.
r. M. BUtnt.
Notary PaUla.
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B. Caaist
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FIRE, HULL, CABOO, LIVE STOCK
1ST O S3.
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OOBBEOT1O0T MUTUAL. UFK.
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SAFFORD, MORRIS ft CANDEE,
TI
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TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cbst'cOfficb, 17St Waibibotov Sr.
A.OTIVA. 650,000.
TbU Oemaa Ufa lnruraace Cewpany
cvuraattea aot only Paid-up Pollelee but
aleaaVarue ta Cath ea tbt Nea-forfeiture
plaa.
JOHN A- BUCK, .
0. KNOBEL8DOBF,
. President
- Ueoretary
JOHN W. PBUKHS.
Aftat for Cairo aad vIcLnlty.
BISMARK BUND.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association tor prooaotlEf Life Iniurance
vU Sick BtUai br weeklvduet aad Mutual
oo-ofortUaB U objtett ol public btntML
Tba Lilt iBturanct Pollclet will bt Isratd
by tat TeutOBla Ufa Buuranca Coaspany
H. METERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUBS5, Ao't.
Uiv foo (kalro sua Ttetssltjr.
HYLAND ft SAUER,
BUTCHERS
AMD PBALBBO Ot
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVKBY1DESCRLVTIOM,
Coratr 10th ttrtet aad CoBunerclal avtaue
Best door to tht rland talooa.
tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
AND DEALER IN
BTJTOHBR
FRESH MEAT,
Eiobtb Btbbbt, Bbtwbbb Wabbibotob
abbOommbboal Avbbcm,
AtMetail BUttetihaeae statl BlBJiay'a
Beep tae beet er Beet, Perk, MuKoa Veal.
Lasat, Beaut, est., tad are pr tpared to terve
eltueaa ta tho aietl escopublo maVnVr.
JOHN SMITH,.
(Succeiaar to Jaswi Kynuton,)
StTTOBBB ABB DbALBB IV ALL XlBDI Of
Fbbib Xbatb.
COBNBB MtMBTBjrni AMD FOFLAB BTtV,
OAIBO, ILLINOIS. '
'
Buyt aad tUUchtert oajy Ut btat earltOi
Our Home AdTertittrg.
MUHMti
EL DORADO
PTLLIAED
BALOON
ROOM.
M9 BAB
9UM ATM, PMRWtaM.
tot Ootasatnial Avtaot, CAIRO, I l.UKOIt
braad of Oallfo t01an la mtivul.
BILLIASD aaloosi ItmlikiH with tha t
oftablea : and bar tupplltd with wlntt, Uquort
and cbjar of thenttt brands.
LITTLE KENTUCKIAN
SALOON
atrs
(Open Day and Night.)
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor,
Obto Ltvot, btt, 4th aadpth ttreaU,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MJCALS ATA LL HOUR.
A lint new Dtnlna; Ifall wttli vrr mb.
venleact bat been addtd to tbit popular
Restaurant, and tbt guests wta BaJ irtti
requisite lor their aceoasodatloa.
THE BILL OF F ASS
coB-dslt of every substantial aad dtUctty al
tbe season.
tunpUtdwttkUte
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES t CIQABS
fi Mixed drlnki prtpartd wttit oar.
1M8U.
JOHN SHEEHAJN,
RETAIL GROCER
Aad Daalsr la
VEOKTABLEa. FKUITf. EOOfl, LABD
FKKSH BUTTSK, BTXw.
fpr All Goods warraaud Braabf aad told
tbt lowest prlcet.
Corner Mo. ML aadCoBuatrclalAvt.
7-18 U.
Fjonifa.
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SAVE MONEY
And buy your
BOOTS AKSSHOXB
or
B. JONES,
Cer. Test lis elroetoad rtaataaiflal k i
I am now nreoared to manurartnre an
sprint; styles, tucb as patent leather, saerroee,
buck and calt-tkln booU. Shoes, with bex
toes, cork and pump soles, Scotch bottom,
and bevel edge or any other style you wish.
1 am also manufacturing- an extra quality
of ladles' tboet. My material and work
manship are warranted to be ot the bet. 1
am determined to not be undertold lor tbt
stmt quality ol goods.
Bepalrinir done neatlv and on ahort
notice B. JoNsa.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
BBTWBBB WAIB'B ATBBCB AV WALBUt
Dr. B. F. Fields laforms toe paMIe that he be
oponod a
LIVKRrSTAMLM,
en tht nortbwtat tide of Teeth atreet at aaes
above.
8ss Bteblat will bo mraUbed with aeae Ul the
BUST HOBSH9
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and tbe public may bt aocematodaUd at al
hours of tht day and Bight with aat teaau
en the lowest tenaa.
Dr. Fields asks a tbare ofpabUtpetroaue
and will endeavor to merit It by (air deeUaf
and ttrlet attention to bus)1
CAHL PETERS,
BLACKSMITH
Cor Eleventh assd roalarBlOH
Informi the nubile that be hat eneasrtd tbe
aervlcet of a Flrst-ciast Wagos Maktr, and
also a First-claii Horse Sboer. and It rtady
to manufacture and repair Jail klndt of work
o sou irauewilo naatoese anu uubumi,
NEW YORK STOxfBl,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LA BO BAT TAB! BTT ROOK IB TBB OITT
GOODS SOLD VERT CLOSE.
tret- f teeUoaitAaaroo asatt Ooob
CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
C.O.FATLPt
DENNIS HALEY
Bat bow ob baad ail klndt ot
PBY OOBD AND STOVE WOOD
For tale. Lttvt order at
WV.flXUQVSBTOBX,
Comr StBtk aad CobbBmnUL
Or at 8erar of Twelfth aad Feoter-
oof
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