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John U. Oborly ha reduced the subscrip
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it One Dollar per annum, tn.tllnjr It th
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THE MOTHER OF JACQUES.
ht tux autiioiioi 'Tattt.
The Tillies of Troclu is at tome Jli
tance from ilordoaux. it Is a mudy dis-
trlct, where thore is IIUlo cultivation of
untitling out vines, and tboie, strangely
enough, flourish belt where tbo toil looks
molt unpromUlnj;. Much of the ground
runiiu anuisiertiie onlr In Ioni
stretches of fur;se and neither, b'acked by
clump of nine.
Just in front of one these waitrs, about
half-way between Uordeaux Hnd Trochu,
a smau couni stanut on me mgn road; a
looi1y-pllml itone fence surruund the
garden a mere itrlp in front, but widor
at tbe tide, where It slopes downward, and
shows a ituntud-looking vineyard. lie
yond this it a wood of flr tree.
Some cabbages grow In narrow atrip,
and at the sldo it an herb garden packed
by attack of fagoti. The resinous frag
rance that comet from thin mingles agreon
bly with tbe scent of bull and savory in
the plot bolide it, and seems to taako tho
b-umuilni crowd of beet that hover over
this IaH a nec.-Hlty, a lometning that the
uye would naturally seek. Thur are
vine clinglce to all side of tbo ri'd-tiled
catUge, and on thoso which grow at the
back flibing noti aro spread out to
it ii the month of July, 1873, but there
ia thiii strange Hlllncii of atmosphere
whloh iceini to belong to a later time of
year, fcvon the beet mov lazily. Thuv
una a cioua of gnats buzzing round tbe
liuad ora donkey jiift within the cottago
door, inaka tbo ouly sound In the silence
nftbeplare. The gnati become to much
ten lor the donkoy) patlono. Io dips
i.ii rappu.1 ijr, and his tormentor wheol
rounn in a larger circle, ready to bocin a
fre'h attack. " a
"(Jo on thore, liobot," says a cheory
volc and Ilobot comes forward, lie
hake himself and his gaily-fringed not,
by way of keeping oil the trumpeting
crowd, which till now hao onlyattackud
Lu bend. Ilobot might make u dash to
the suiall fhed Just oppontij the fagot
tack, and lak'o rWugo under thu shadow
of It tiled roof, but Jli'lmt It a donkey of
diicretlon he knows his offco and Its
duties, and be places himiolf in the full
lunibiiio a little way from tho back door.
Out of tho cotlitge coinot thoowner'of
me cnocry volco. Mio hn n cheery fnco,
to j, though It mutt be more than elxty
years old, and Is wrinkled and brown as u
walnut; but her dark oyet are full of
light at they glance up tinder the yellow
handkerchief which shade her head ; the
handkerchief hides even her cap.
except Its pair of starched white
ttrings tlfed in two tmwi under
the chin. She wears a black jnckot and u
nine sain, anu between thu lt and her
sabttU am leathern gnilcrs. She brinir
out lint one brown pannier and then
another, and rattens theru on the patient
Ilobot. While she stoops and fastons the
last, a figure comes out from the stunted
vineyard, it k that of, tall youth, about
hjnetcen years old. As be comes up to
the donkey you see what a hindiome
bea rd.Ies face he has one of thote faces
not easily forgotten, it is so lulls of
ii.rngth and iwootncn.
"Jly mother" he puts a strong brown
and oo each of bur shoulders 'whv not
wait for tne' Wilt thou never spare thy-
Sbo looks up at bira with proud delight,
but shakes her head robukingly.
' Listen to him then, my Ilobot. 1 it
not enough to mane thee believe, innocent
s that thou art, that tbe mother ii de
crepit and uttleMj and that he, Jacques,
who was but now tbe baby of the huiise,
is to do all tho work' is it not h pro
sumptuous Jacques, my Uobot, to fancy
that be can tlx tny paonleH tbe moth
er fixes tbciu?
Jacques bends down and kisjei
"The mother is not to tell liobot any
more stories,'' be Taught lu a bright, saucy
way, "but she is to give place while Jitquvs
fills tbe panniers, it is time we were off,
friend liobot. i expect tborj will be
nwi to-day from tbo army.
Tbe doukny understands, llo fiapi
bis oars impatiently and take a top for
ward, 'liola, Hobot I but Jhou art of a rUless
nets Tbe mother of Jacquej'break ofTherien
tenca with a conciliatory pat, and contid--rin5
how th iihkiare singing in his not
tills, Itubot s ii aiencc may U considered
ermnplary. lie stands very tu while
the punnleis aro tilled with cabbages and
herbs, uni covered with beatbu
Jacqut-s Is not allowed to G.I these
unaided. Hi mother trots backward and
forward, helping, and praiiiug.niid laugh,
log and fiaally tho pats lU.Uol and then
lands on tiptoe to receive the nurtim.
kliics of her rnui h beloved son. iia l..,i.
... I n
ilobot on round tho rottajjn, out Hl tlu lit
tle gate in tbo itono fence. He stops hen
and klsios hit hand to bit mother, and
then goes quickly along the andv read
that leads to Troehtj.
Tbe mother of Jaequei has m followed
blm to 'be gate. Her son win look back
for her when be rea'.-ln the msi.road
and he can only command this point b
standing on a liitl mound win. h Jacques
hat made for her btiido tbe nlot nf i.Jri.z
he mounts this and stands waiting pa
tuntly, one brown hand with it. wed-
uing-ring anger snauei her eye., snd tbt-
uiner ii uouoieu into ner wnit t,y way of
uppnrt. She ha to stand some minutes,
for tbo line of yellow sand is lontrnr to
. i i. i. i , .
urn- Tne tunii 10 loo ai, anu no chatters
to I urself about her boy:
. vi i i i . . .
mi uaujun na now good ne is o
sin moiuori notaucs no care but for her.
and at his ag he Ii so line, so handsome a
youth, it would not be wnri,i..rfi if k.
wa. to think more of the priUy girl, 0f
rVi t !. 1 '"v 0IJ mother
inert is i rantoise Ubeneti she tbln no
one sees, poor child, but I can bow, is
we come from masf, her eye. follow my
Jacques a. be gives mo his arm to lan on.
Well, well, she is a gool girl-not so
pretty as loine, but sb, le, work Utt)r
than fine c othes, n(l she will be happier
tlian Victolre and the rest. Ma fil l It
might b that rny Jacques was uker, with
the. bold, black oyos of Victolre. Then In
dead I aiuuld have cauio for eorrow for
tbfl bead of Victolre Is filled with thlnkinc
of the ducaise and line cluthci. Kho
Dover will bo a bouiowlfo, Ab, tbora
never wtl a mother to blesiod as I am ' '
A' this point' the old ugnnie her
nam Ii ugenla Duclos spits out her
Jacquea and fiobot t tbe cross. roid.
Tbay wait Just an Instant. Jacques waves
bbcip in tba air, and then tbe road turns
auddnnlr. and thV am nut of sicht.
La mre Duc'.os comes down lrom the
tnouud.much tnorenulckly than you might
opec -irorn ner stooping ngur.
eathera a few herbs for the pot-au-feu, and
voes into the home with them. Thore is
not much to bo dine there. Eugenie
Duclos rises early, and the cabbage is ill
ready shredded and in tbe soup-not, and
cabbago soup and fish and a long loaf of
dark-colored bread make up the daily fare
of the cotlagn. There will not bo any
flab lo-day, for Jacques has not boon out
lhoe last nights, unless, indtcci, no ex
changes some of his cabbage with bis
frlond l'terre, the fisherman.
Hut tho old woman bai plenty to do;
there are many brokon loops in tho net
that Is dry on the vino branches, and if
there were not tbeso there would bo stock
ings to knit for Jacques, or fresh
wood to add to the fairol stack from
among tho fir trees that make such a dark
background to the stunted vineyard.
The hours passed away. Jacques is us
ually home auain botween three and four
o'clock, but tbo lengthening shadows tell
his mother that her son is two hours late.
"Ma foi, Kugonlo ! ' She looka anxious
moment then a smila brlchtena the
wrinkled old checks. "Foolish old woman
that thou art, Is not then thy Jacques to
make an acquaintance as bis brothers did,
and smoke a pipe with a friend, and chat
with a irlrl on his way home 7" She slchs
a little and looks sad, fur tho word "broth
ers" has conlurod un a row of stalwart.
woll-zruwn men. who have been taken
from their homo one by one to serve in
tbo army of tho empire. Hut tboo were
much oldor than Jacques, and all aro gono
now cone to tho old father laid to slean
in tbe cemetery of Trochu.
A sudden tear rolls over the brown
cheek and falls on the twine with which
he is threading her netting needle,
"it la not for tbe bovs. ' thn inn has
tily, and then she brusbos the bright drop
away wun ner sharp Knuckles : tnov have
gone to tho good God ; but sometimes it is
very hard to me that I do riot know
here so much as one of tny four boys
cs. For my man it Is different: every
unday and everv (etn dav 1 can i'o anil
pray beside his grave, and keep tbe cross
painted and the immortelles freh ; but 1
can never go to Italy or to Algeria I
can never pray besldo my darling, and it
is possible that no ono else has prayed nl
their graves. Ah, but It is a blessing that
my Jacques has not been taken for this
new war. Monsieur in Curo has raid that
they do not take the only son of a
Jacques must rome in soon now;
and yet, though "ich moment
tho expects to hoar tbe tinkle
oi iioooli ho 1 1, the old woman
heart does not lighten. She bustlei about,
anu wnon mo tails is spread she puts
liobot's supper of coarse grass ren'ly for
turn under the shed.
The light has grown level, and shows
in dusky lines ot red behind the nine
wood ; tho straight stems and branches of
ino trees panel it into spaces. It is duik
ir. front of the cottage when Kueeniu once
more climbs up on her watch-tower.
'She strains her eyes toward Trochu, but
no one is in sle-ht. So one." hn tilth.
Just then there comes the sudden, faint
tinklo she had beon listening for.
Something must havn banncned.
Jacques has never been so late; the self
reitralnl In which she has kept borself
give way. Sho opons the little gate and
hurries along the sandy road.
iier heart gives a great jump at the
sight of Jacques. There Is light onough
to see that bis head is drooping instead of
being held erect. When his mother comes
close up to him sbo leos that be looks very
Mechanically she takes hold of Bobot'a
uridlu and leads him toward tbe cottage
at a britker pace, but Jacquos does not
walk beside her.
-n ca, ma marer he (ays in ans.wor
to her greeting, and then he shrinks back
and In a few minutes is almost bid in the
"Mon Diou I" Eugonie's heart grows
heavier still "what has bajipened y It
niut bo a grievous trouble which has
eomo to my poor boy, If bo will not tell it
to his mother."
She coes on muslnir. Can It be that
Jacques cares for FimijcoIio. as Kucenie
can seo Francoise cores fur him. and that
Jacques has dlicovered some obstacle in
the way of bit happiness 1
"lint that is not to bo thought of," tho
uys, as she leads Bobot carefully Into the
garden. "To begin with, Jacquns is too
jciung he would not speak yet; nnd
i'rancolto has only her old grandmother,
and the old woman owes
tho girl too much to etahd be
tween her and my Jacques. No
one could say '.No' to Jacques;
It Is not love that is troubling mv bov."
Her housewifely inttincU quiet her ax-
ety. sue luiccs uuool to bis sheJ, and
then lights a little thin candle in a wooden
camieitick and puts it on tbe round tu
Me which she has cot ready for tunnar
Two wooden bowls and spoons, two horn
mugs, and a narrow roll of bread about
three feet long, make tho ret of her prep
arations. In turn sbe takes each bowl to the stove
tills each frum the oup-pot, and sett both
on the tablu to cool. .She has already
orought lu a daric rod pitcher of water
and placed it in tho corner farlheit from
tho ttovc, but now tho goes to a llttlo
cupboard in ono corner of thu room and
brings out a black bottle.
"My good man used to sny that wine
was iota us to cheer tbo heavy-hearted,
not to mako giddy those who aro already
joyful; my Jacquos will eat bis potage and
drink some wine, and thou ho will tell
me what is grieving lnru. 1
Hut though Jacques comes in and sits
dotn at tbo table, ho seems unable to eut.
All at once he notices the wine bottle, auil
he half tills bis horn cup aud drinks oil'
thu liquor gredily.
"Ma foi1 Hut. Jncqur, oal then at
leait a bit of bread ; the wine film upward
if there is nothing to keep it down.'
Jacques does not smile; his lips aro to
Qmilv clolnrl thnt lift liMilfi nlinntt an.. It
his answer is to put bis hand on tho bot-
no auu pour out yet another draught.
This tlaia Eugenie keeps silence,
anxiety I. as changed to
iarm. ano ami ner son are so very poor
that of lute wine has been to them a rare
luxury, In'tead of the every day drink
that it i n tome southern diitricts.
What can havo happened 7
Ho siu upright a few moments, the
lernnesi deepening around bis month ;
then suddenly his head droopn, he clasps
bit handi quiekly over bis fnco and retts
bis elbows on tho table.
Hit mothor gelt up; the put her irms
around hit rioi-k and kltiei the itrong
brown handt that cover bit face. Thuv
are wet with tears, and as her arm encir
cles round him as only a mother's arm ran
circle, a groat shuddering sob shakes blm
from head to foot.
"My darling, tny good child, tll thy
mother what it Is, then who is it, then,
my Jacques, who has so grieved thee '
JUst the same caress, almost the sami
wordi she would havo said to her boy ten
years ago. She draw bis bead to her till
it rests on her shoulder, but the uiks no
further quettlons. ".My bravo Jacques I
my good boy !' and then aba kluti blm
and waits till the full heart can speak in
The struggle is soon oyer! Jacouei
neunds his knuckles Into his eyes and
looka ashamed, yet smiling.
"It Is not for myteir, my mother; It (
for tbw. There is a levy of fresh troops,
sua too a am laxan, my mother.
II wa ytry rad to see tfc sudden ple- J
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAT,
nets of the cheery old face to see the
light fade from those dark bright yei so
niotneif face, then roie up anu piaceu
her in the chair lu which he had been sit'
ting. lie felt that the was trembling and
her hands were quite cold.
"It Is like this, my mothor: thou know
est that we have heard tbo empire has
hun lnatiltA.1 litf lliata I'riuilitns. nnd that
our emperor will avongo the insult and
Invaders. This Is well, and nodoubt It
will bo done; but whalthen.my mother?
Meantime these l'riisslan brigands have
torrlble guns, and mow down our brave
i ..Ki . . (li
nearis iiao grass, ins no longer possioio
to make exomnlloni. I havo sooken to
M. lo Malre; be came up just a my name,
was being taken, but ho only sighed and i
looked sorry. Make thn bo.t of It. Jac- .
nues.' bo said
ques,' bo said.
Jacnues nautpri hero, but bis mother
ma no, ipcaK. sue mane no compiaini;
she only tat still, her eyoi fixed on her
sou's bowed faro, as If s'ho would loam it
otf by heart, eo that sho tnlcbl know him
again in heaven. She could not summon
a ray of hope; had sho not seen four sons
depart on the samo errand, and not one
had come back ?
To be continued in next Sunday' Hullctln.
A TIMELY INVENTION.
HOON" TO JOUR!? ALUM
GA ROUS' VAT E NT IRRE8IS
From the Courlvr-Jouiiial.
I have invented a machine lor reducing
tho number of exchange fiends now in ex- ;
istence. As many of your exchange i
know, are porsons of great perseverance
who continually drop into the room where i
the exchange, of a newspaper are kept,,
Ritu hi cine nun iuo. uuuci tno iJivbvuau
oi saarcuing lor me uauy oan rrancisco'
'C'ruiber,' or the Waco 'ilullwhacker or '
some other sheet that they oirer to swear
they cau't find at the news-stand.
These persons, as If their prcs-1
tnco aloSe were not sudlclently harrow-
iu)j, iikiu n way vviauiui tur ai lenil
half au hour al a time, and rattling tho
papers In tho exchange basket lu k way
evidently intended to exasperate and con
fine everyone at work within range of the
hollo. They do worto. AVheu one of
them is informed that the paper wanted is
uot to be bad, he invariably says, "An old
one will do ju it at well;'' and hi brow
darkena with unmanly suspicion when he
it told tl at the paper be want hat poll- '
tlvely been carried out. Theie persons
also make todlous and unnecessary expla
nations, consuming much valuable time
aud wearing out the patience. They '
know everything that's disagreeable and
practice it persistently. All their faults, t
if written of here, would make this thing
The Invention to which I refer is known ,
as "iiogardus Patent Irresistible Com- f
bination Kicker, for the uso of Newsnaner
Oliiccs." and it is In every way superior
to tho buzz-aw now in use in some of the
western newspapor establishments. It
consist mainly of: first, a largo, strongly
constructed chair, in thu bottom of which
are concealed numerous remarkable
springs of extraordinary power; second,
an immense boot made of a bard, un
yielding substance, and connected, be
neath the Ooor, with the chair; third, a
number ot strong rods and things con
necting tne whole with the steam engines
ot the establishment. Tbo boot and chair
are also connected with a powefful hook,
concealed in the coiling.
A tbe unsuspecting exchanee fiend at-
proacbes, bo is requested to be seated in
the chair, which is placed close to the bas
ket in which the exchange are kept.
Just as he settles in the seat and reaches
for an exchange, a member of tho editor
ial stalT suddenly jerks a convenient knob;
tbo powerful and wonderful springs in
tbe chair begin to toss tbo fiend in a most
extraordinary manner: a oortlon of the
floor slide away, and tbo immense boot
swings into viow making a kind of crash
ing noise, at though the building were fal
ling. In a few seconds more the remark
able springe, truo to their task, throw the
astonished fiend into a poiition which
make htm face the door. The concealed
hook tbon drops from tbe ceiling and sei
zes blm by the coal-collar, and then tho
boot, with tho rapidity of lightning, It put
whore it will do the most good.
"When tbe boot has gone rapidly back
and forth'for about half a minute, tbe
machinery is stopped, tbe shattered fiend
is lowered to a litter and carried out, and
for six week bo languishes under the Im
pression that he has been asiaultcd from
behind by the tutelary demon of tbe presa
or some equally exasperated monator too
kideous to describe, ile never returns to
tho exchange basket.
The Patent Irreiillible Kicker Is very
effective, and has beau known to ihttter
ono Dr. Harding's celebrated Interview
ing nuiblont at one blow. 1 anticipate a
groat domand for It as soon as its merits
became known. Tho specification of this
patent is the spring-work of lb chair,
with tbe connecting boot.
J. C. DaAiTHwAiTr. DoOAituia,
Louisville, April 8.
Salvlna, the great tragedian of Italy,
hat finally determined to villi America
profosionally, leaving there In August
A man who was hauled up In
New York for Uutlerlxlng some silver
spoons thought be might got oil' by Colfax
Ing about the mattor, but he was, never
tbeleis, removed to the pnnltontlary,
where got a warm rcceptlon.-Clncintitl
Meisrs. Charles "VV. Wlllard, Rnpul.
lM,n,,r. .tb?,FirM V"""0"' district, and
Philadelpb Van Trump, Democrat, of tbe
Twelfth Ohio dlitrict.araddi,il tn n..
of thoio who reject Mephistopbeles Iiut
ler' price for their characters.
A certain United States senator, the
New York 'Telegram' says, wa, runej
po itlctlly, nd worae, by his wife.
''The lady admitted that bis political ruin
was deoto her. .She must shine In socle
ty. lie could not afford It honeitlv. v.m
she rnunt have a house costing $40,000 or
so. Men asked how he could tr.. .n
Ut. i... !!... . , . "M
in "ii nuiiicu incuino, anu tne answer
destroyed blm. It began to bo whispered
thats.ll this show, unerinduead hv til in
sane society ambitions of his wife, meant
corruption, and the suspicion was fatal
A r A n.lt.t.-l .l.-.U I I1 . . ,l,.
hiihi;i ueaiii na usen louoweu by
his complete moral ruin In tbe late Inves
ligations." Tho boys In knoxvlllo, hearing thnt
certain lets are to b, sold at public auc
tlon, hold a meeting and expressed th.ir
Indignation at having their play.ground
broken up, and It
in uo ny mis . . i.
a preamble and sor es of r..,.i,,.i
which aro published In the 'Chrnnt.ul
Tho two last resolutions have a martial
ring to them, as follows; Reiolved 4th
As born sovereign of thlscoutitry we bat i
au (iiaiiunouie iikui lo mo SOU of
nallonauie rignt to the soil of 11 1
;SS LPTfth. &,Tx 1
aB oufeteK'arT.TthZ I
I'luv au uur ueinviive lurco vo ierri iham
out and ex post them to the well-multtd
scorn of alltbe boyt In the city.
IM Mils the nuortoat Bostte
Klsshljr MJIm tho Shortest Route
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lurerf prices, adding freight. 4-tt-tl
HEMiS, UHOWN k CO.,
AaENTrt Hoiik' Cotton Millm
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Hit.
t. U, MATHU.,
MATHUS3 & UHL,
Commissi on Merc hants
IAY AND WE8TERN PRODUCE
APRIL 13, 1S73,
FOHWAHDINQ and COMMISSION
It O H A ft T.
DEALERS IN FJOUIl;
Ami kg it tt
lltO MTU AMU BAVAWIA
70 Obio Lbtbb,
COKFBr, PACE & CO.,
A K I
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, i
FLO UK AND COUNTKY I'KODUCE
li. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DXALKX I
AND MILL KKEI).
MILLER 4 PARKER,
HEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS to FAIRS A NK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINQfH.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(ItucceMor to E. b. Baadrtoaa A Oo.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancemam mad
Ar prapand to reciv. ttote aed lorward
fialgbU to all polaU and buj and
all oa comoiiMiun,
B-Hailnm atUmlad to prnmptlrt
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SOM,
(Buccaisoi to Jolm H. I'hlllli.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, tic.,
Cob. TENTU-ST. ahd OHIO LEVI
3. L). Aybhu,
K. .1. AYKH8
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS I
No. 78 Obio Litie, CAtno, III.
PE T E R 0 U If L,
MILLEES' .A. 3-32 ITT,
X: N ontrn I.KVKK,
a.'.'O tf. CAIRO, 1 LL1NOIH.
WOOD KITTKNHOUdK & BKO.
oneral Comnitsiion MercbBott
111 OHIO LITIB, -
amilANIA, K. T.,
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MAMOTBK, H. Y.,
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TO KIM, k. T.,
- t7i IM
VIRKHBB'l FBMB, 1. T.,
ICUBITT, K, T. MARINB,
Htotat. Dwtlli a. Puraituf. Hiiiu Mm j n..
t. Insured at rat at tavorablaa mub4 ear
maD.ot (curltr will warrant. P"
.a..L?fJ,fuU'.", ,f ,h eltlsenol Oa
Ihatr t taair palronaa.
No. Pud. b4 II. SI.
riRB, HULL. OABIIO, LIVK STOCK
NORTH AMKItlOA, FA.,
. . 7i4,S7
AMKRIOAM okktjul. HO.,
- $40,00 t
4NOTiCOT MUTUAL. U.
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TRAVEXW. flABTFURP, Ltr AVD
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RAIL WAT rABSlLNWKM AABURAN'CI
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B AFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Oklo LT.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Ctxr'L.OrrioK, 17'J WAinl0ToNS.
Thl Oeraan Life Inmiranre Coronanv
guaranteei uot only Paid-up Policies but
alao a Value In Cash on the Nan.furfeltiir
iorm a nrrntr . . v i
U. ENOUELHDOKF, - - - Mooretary
JOHN W. PRUESS,
Atfent for Cairo and vlclulty.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for Dronotlnx Life Insurance
and Sick Relief by weekly due and mutual
co-operation tn object of public beneilt.
Tbe Life Ixumrauce Policies will be iafiied
by tbe Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
n. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. rilUESS, Ao't.
ia-Ht rrteir)suttl wutstllr.
HYLAND & SAUEIt,
AND 1IBALRXS tM
f CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Comer lOtb street and Commercial aveuue
next uoor to tne iiyiand saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AVU DEALER IN
Rights Stbbbt, Bkwbkv WAiBistToa
abo Cost mbrgiaIi AvBunu,
Atljalsitsisi Blllasskoaa mui Huan'a
Reap th bast o Beat, Pi.rk, Uuttea Vaal
Lamb. Sauaata.ato., ,nd an- ii'h,,:
oltitaa to the moil aoeeptabli. maau?,
(Successor to .Tame Kyntston;)
BCTOHBH AMD DtALBB IB Alt. KllfM OF
COKNBR NlXBTBXTB AND POPUH STl
fuy laughteni only the best ealtl.
demand for fresh meat from oittMiSsXto
tan thousand pound. M ,w, 1
Our Horn AdTrtin.
Cotnsntreial arena, CAIRO, ILLINOIB
Bl hraad of Oallfo aaClasr lu meehw,
"J'f'ABWMlooBfurnlthed wtth the be,t
ff ' iiB';j'rtuppU.j with wines, liquor
nd cigar of tbenest brands.
(Open Day and Nbjht.)
.. K. PAItKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lev., bet, 4th and;U itretu,
iLL8 ATA LL 110UR3,
vni.U.! P,nlDt "n with every con.
itettaurant, and the cueta will Sn.i
requisite tor thelraecSaVodatl.". eM7
TliK MILL or FAKE
cotuUlaof eryaubtnUalaBatlUeae at
the HMon. ' "
u sdtiplied with tb
tMiied drinks prepared wltk care.
Ami DaaJar la
much, ruum, taan, i.aiih
KKK8H BUTTdt, kto.
All Oeodj warranUd tttk, mmi MUJ
And buy your
boots .A-irao shoxb
or. Tralli atrctttusd CanmtrcUl Af .
I am now prepared to manufacture all
fprlnjr styles, such a patent leather, morroeo,
buck ami t-alMkln boot. Shoes, with box
toes cork anil pump sole, Scotch bottom,
and betel edne or any other tyle youwb-b.
J am alao uianufacturink- au extra qualltv
of ladle' tboet. My material and work
maushlp are warranted to be ol th beat. 1
am determined to not be undersold lor tbe
same quality ot Rood.
Repairing done neatly aud on abort
NEW LIVERY STABLE
niTWIBB WAiB'.t ATIKUB ABU WAtBUI
Dr. B. F, rieMs lafora lo iUe (bat a ha
a I'M til a
L I V E R T S T A B L E,
on lha Bcrtbl ai4 bf Tenth ttM a aaa
His S'ablts wUI b hrnlsbsd with aea bail la
AND GOOD VKHIOLXS.
and tbo public may be acconunodated at a.
hours of the day aud night With Ufa trass
Dr. leld asks a ahara of pubUe patoiuf
nd will endeavor to merit It by fair deaUar
nd alriet atttnUon to bturt- '
for Elat-rsatl us4 VplAfttm.,
Informs tbe DUbtie that he bu iMUrtd tka
en lcea of a Flrt-clai Wagon Maker, and
a unv-vman UUIBQ OMVCIt W1V If BUJ
to manufacture and repair rail kind of work
""iii'ii wiu ueauieu ana oispaicn,
NEW YORK STOatE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
t, ABOUT TABIBTT ITOOB IB TBI OUT
GOODS SOLD VEBYOLOSI.
O O 4
a - n - J
S r c t x ; i
ojjsi 5 5 n : " I
93 o 5 3 S
w S tf i : 2
I H H as
Ma bow oa band all kind af
PHY COKD AND STOVJt 'WOOM
For aala. Ltava order at
Conor Mitk aa4 n iitatxi
Or at ooratrof Tnelftli a4 NUr-