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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
J jllN U. onr.ULY, Kdltor and rubltihar
TERMS OF" THE DAILi BULLETIN I,
Onaweok, by carrlor.... t 2i
On year by carrier, In advance 10 00
On year by carrier li cot ptld In
advance 2 00
9n month, by mall 100
ram month..,.., . , 3 00
flljCBwntUl .. 6 Vi
One year , 10 00
TUG DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
Joan n. Oberly hat reduced the subicrlp
tton prloo of the Wehxlt Cairo Uullktim
t On Dollar' per annum, making It the
cheapest pp4r published In Southern 11 Unoli
Got. Lome of Kentucky, li tald to be,
without exception, the hardest working, n
well t ooo of tint inoit conscientious,
chief magistrates Kentucky hat ever had.
J cdqk unawruKD oi .lunesboro, ti a
candidate for circuit judge in tho Twenty,
fifth judicial diilrlct compoted of Union
Jackson, Williamson, Saline and Franklin
eountloi, JuJsu Duff It n candidate for
re-election.
The f president of tho Mobile
and Ohio road, A brum MurdocV, propoici
to augment tho capital itoek of lili com
pany from four to eight million, and bor
row a million dollar In order to make
Cairo, Instead of Columbui, Kentucky,
the northern tennlnui of hit road.
Memphis Appeal.
.
A KEVERtsb Wturor in th East en
titled b!i locture "Wai Adam the First
Man?'' lid cannot answer hit ouri ques
tion, and learei bit audience at much in
doubt at the cloie at at tbe beginning of
fail discourse. The trouble seems to be
that Adam live! to long ago that it ii
hard to get at anything which will help
theie reiearcben after the truth, to 2nd it,
in Adam's cose.
BniouAM Yoc.vo, sayi a lat t!a
graphic dispatch, preached s sermon in
which he animadverted on the unfulneu
of the Grecian, bund ai worn by the girl
of the period. There ii really lorncthirf
encouraging In tba statement. If the
prophet, tvho ! now something over i6T- j
onty year of age, and has had thirtT j
wives, wore or leu, hai at hii advanced
go, been brought to a realizing itiie of
tbe enormity, materially, morally and re
ligiously, of the modern buttle, it it cot
improbable that repentance for bit own
tini may, in the course of tun, overtake
blm.
THE MODOC ASSASSINATION'.
Tho treacherous murder of Oen. Canby,
Dr. Thomas and Mr. Meachetn by Cap
tain Jack and lilt fellows, it calculated to
arome righteous ond most Interne indig
nation agtilnit the Modoc', ami a feeling
of disgust toward tho ponce policy to per
savorlngly adhered to by tbo adminlitra
tton In 111 dealing! with the Indian.
The cold-blooded iliooting of the
peaoo commlitlonurs Ii an argument
against further dallying with cortaln
tribes which all can appreciate. In
treachery could only be conceived In the
heart of a lavage, and its cruelty directed
by oue. It Ii more ptobable that an en
gagement between the Indiam and tbo
government troopt bai already roiuUid in
tho discomfiture of tho creaturei of whom
Captain Jack U a fit representative.
Tbolr entire extermination would bo bet
ter than the repitltion of uch tavagcry ai
ai the murder of Oen. Canby, Dr. 'Ihomai
and Mr. Meacbam.
THE UPFElt aMl&SJ&li'l'I TWO
UU.VUI.KD YtiXHS AGO.
31iesouri Itepuhllcau.
Only twu hundred jears bnvo elapsed
uncu father James Marquoltu, u Kmncls
enn uimioiiHr.v, and Jlonsieur Joliet, k
merchant, in their frail cnnnoei, floated
out of the mouth of tho Wisconsin upon
the pucld bosom of tho LTpper .Mississippi.
Thej wr the flnt Kuroptan to behold
that portion of tlm great rivor. It is not
l.0,)l5 periuo, eoiupated with tho
Ufetlinu f the rue, and jet within that
narrow circle of time have occUred loinu
of tii molt important uvunti re
corded In tho history ot tho world.
Among these utunts itio discovery and
examination of the MUslsalppi, from thu
mouth of tho Wisconsin to tho mouth of
Arkantai, li not tho ltit in Importanco,
and furnisheijlhe basis for otio of the niuil
tntortilini! chapters in the history of our
country. In viow or the approaching two
hundrcdll, nunlvemry ul tl.I event,
which occurs, according to Marnuetto'i
Journal, on tb 17th of Jun, r. corresiion
dent In another column of this eiSltloV. ,.i
the 'Hepublican' suiiee.ti tho nrnnrieiv .,r
ome public recognition by the citlicns of
inu jiui!iiiji)i vniiry oi mo virtues am)
I heroism of tu discoverers.
The vlewi of thu corrmnondi.ni .t-.
icrvlng of conilderstion. it ems flttiuK
to erect orae enduring teitimonlal to the
memory or tuo travo man, who penetmted
tho untrodden wilderne. and floateri
tpon the bosom of an unknown stream,
not booautn bo fancied he should And on
it banks mighty cltlei, mliu-s of told, or
luuumms uj youin, out lor IDO ren(0U, at
he itatci In hii J .urnal, "that thorii wro
whole trlboi of G d i children to whom
th oucd qf tt jfoipol had nevor
cord')." Thii wai th movltic power
tnai iirow blm away from tho case and
luxury of civilization. "Flll.d with tho
Mjib," he said, "to go and preach to them,
I Obeyed wltrj Joy tbe orden of rny friend
Talan, tbe wua Intendanf. of Canada."
1 Tb goTernment furnished lilm Joliet, n
t ,lxader from Quebec, a a companion.
Marquette aniTlii fellow yoyagor wcro
aecomparsled by Ave boatmen. On the
; 13lb.o May, 1673, the llttlo band of liven
men' left Michillmacklnac in two bark
canoes, with a small store of corn and
dried meat, bound they knew not whlthor.
Thr Indian, at a Ilao on the Koi
rirar, where tbe traveller name, advlmd
them to desist from the perilous utider
. 'trtliig ujll irftlng tho great river.
Tbey were told (hat there wore Indians
on it bank who, would cut off their
head) warrlori who would telze them;
i waaiUri who would (willow tbem, canon
-rp' dtnoo wbeWrrcd tbi way
and buried initio boiling water all who
dared to approach. But all the advice of
th Hrtfc hid kb'laiuenc on tb reto-
lute minuter , of religion, "i utjiksu
thm forjthelr, good advice, but I told
then. I cculd nil f jIIott It, lime tho iMtb
Hon of aouli Wai at stake, for which I
bouid be overjoyed to give my me, n mo
record he make! In hit journal of tbii in
terview. On tho 11th ofJJune, having been guid
ed by the Indian acron tae dividing
ridge between tho Wisconsin and Fox,
tho missionary and the merchant, itlll ac
companlud by tho five boatmen, launched
their canoei into the waton of tho former,
and then their friendly guidei left them,
"alone amid that unknown cuUntry, in tho
band of God," ai ilarquotla expreites it.
June Hth tboy entered the Aliislsslppl,
with a joy," tays the dlicoverer, "that I
cannot express. There Is no doubt that
the explorer enterod tho Mississippi on
the dais mentioned. Tbevonot, in h col
lection of voyages, prinlod in 1'arii In
1631, bai preierved Marquotto'a unpre
tending narratlvo of this voyago down the
Mississippi, atid that account ttxei the
time which wa havo given.
After entering tho Mississippi tho trav
oller puriuod tholr way down tho current
LTho mouth of tbe PeUltanonl or Missouri
wai roacbed June 28; tbo 26tn tboy passm
Grand Tower; tho 2'Jth limy reached tho
mouth or the UuabomiKim or umo.
About tho 10th of July, Mare, out te and
Juliet landed at tho moutlt of tho
Akam'ca or Arkansas river. Thoy started
on their return to Green Uay on the l'lfa,
proceeded to tho mouth ol the Illinois,
billowed tlit stream to n portage, and ar
rived at their destination, by way of
Chicago, about tho 1st of September.
Tin briar epitome of thii history of this
retnarliablo Journey will orvn li brinff
the Individual; who planned and executed
it properly bwforo the public.
And now, aftor a lapso of two hundred
years; after tbo wilderness tboy found has
been converted into Holds and pardons ;
ufter tho wigwam villages havo fnded
nwar, and tho shadow of mighty cities
fttlt upon the water of tbo stream
tboy found Sowing through track
less wilds. It is proposed to re
vive the haU'-forrotten memories of .Mar
quette and Joliet, and erect some suitable
memorial wbich (ball preserve their fame
until the latest times. And these men de
serve to Uj remvtnbered among the world
benefactors. Tru. tuer euawisned no
posts: tbcv bulit n cities, b'lt they mmde i
tbe world acquainted with the character,
and extent ot a country about wbich uota-
ing hd been prviouslj knewc. Tbe build- j
rs cf fort, tbe mercta&ts asd tb4 trap- j
pers f.lowe.i hard m tbtir tri:f. and
tbe car of oviLxatioa ww raoii !oc$ ,
Cuccersing Joiitt Isttte u sxvt k.
cocsectios mh tiis vcyajrr. Ei: : e
rr of Marncrtt is a ritlt ;f x tia ,
histflry i haaiaiity. T4- Atii. f liu ,
jood ai ecrri"MiT li. ;TJ- ssns tfc J
tn'.b of Ji.'TsM' r.Ti? .vi xxt lScrt
of Lvke MKrl- Us 1U -izi V ;ne-fu.-ra
sus Lavic is limny too
pasiocS ' "it ' i TiT
apart to p-1?- 5 :wrwi
them co "or. Is;ttMi tt a i xm.; si
iczn they iz. uifci si l-o- izl t
foand hito is aa a:u:3! ef Jvwea
dead. The eacoe atz. tcoi c? tif UfEu
form cf their teacher, core it t saat '
ear the mouth if the stream. !b; a
in the sisd, and buried eta ttrt.
Fiflv yean afterward, Charlevoix visited
the "spot, asd found that the witer "bad
forced a catuce at the most dlSealt
point, hid cot through a bluff, rathar than
crosi the low land where that grave wai.
Gentle, pure, kind, lixple as a child,
but potiesied of a courage that knew no
danger, the dream, the Hfe-worK of Mar
quetu, wai tha religious instruction o( tb
Indians. To preach to thorn, he was will
ing to endure all things, and in the dis
charce of that duty he was willine to die.
Ily hit tide wai the merchant. The two
came to explore tho valley together the
teacher and tbe trader. The inquiry is
made: Shall tblr achievements pa'i Into
forgctfulneo1 Shall their memorios fido
away.
rtiixiNKitr.
MllS. McGEK,
On E'.rtltiHtreel.lielTernCommtr.'lalsn I Wh
ngioa Amines, Is 'lallr recrtstoc
NF-W sMlLIilNKUY GOODS
nr T
LATRrtT tmiKU AND aVMstVIt rTTLIt"
llosnUi a lull liu of
llnrmied and untrnnmed,'
fhrricn tlowurs. niiiuu.Na, thimmimois
of all kinds, !..', etc., "(0.
Mm. Mc(ieo baa also a laria aaiurtrooat e
Fanoy Articles, aucb as
NUCK Tl.n. OLLARif, U.VfiP.KHI.KKVO
KL'I'KH, BASHM, KA.W,
And all oihorarliclea u.imlly foun 1 In a
FriiST.CI.A33 MIliLINEKY STOKK
Kuncy nnd Millinery (lonils. ban a tluu and
Complete aortmciit of Ctnclunnti Custom
made I.ndlei' and MUscs' bliom nnd (Jlill-
drenV lloota, HlacU and m Color". Thrac
aruacicuowieugeu to uo tno nncni ami lieet
ever lu the market, and this is the onlv
hniise tho city that makes ttiriu a spuclalty.
I.AWVLSIN,
W1LUA3! J. AlLliiV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
Office oter Kirst National tmnk. il-lMin
SA.MUKL F. WHKBJsKit,
ATTOltNKV ,V COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, IliUNOId.
v
Oftlce over first Natloiial bank. .t-IMm
GHEEN ii UILJiEKT,
ATTORNKYh
ant.
OOUNSKLORS AT liAW,
William 11. (irf en, )
William II (IllUrt, I OAlftO, Il.l.fNOfH.
Miles f.OIIWrt, j
sTDieoia. aUantion ulsea to Aduiraltr o4
aamboat botlabts,
Ol-ftCI OIIO I.ITIB, kOOUl T AMD 4 OYEI
CITT WATIOV At SAKK.
Foreign Advertisements.
l'aoaPJKJTUS FOIt 18T3.-9IXTU YE A it
THE ALDINE,
An illustrated Monthlr Journal, tinlverxally
admitted to be tho IIiiiid'omet I'eHod
leal In tho orld. A Itepraseiiti.
llvrt ntid Champion or Amer
ican TtC.
Xol lor nnln lis riook nr Ken Star.
AltT DKPAHTMENT.
Notwithstanding tho increase In the price
of subscription last rail, when tlin AMIue as
sumed Its present noble proportions nnd rep
rctentntivu character, tbo odltloii will more
than double the past year; provlmr that the
Amerlcai public appreciate n titicero ef
fort In the cause or Art. Tim iul.:.-lior
aiixloti to Justify the ready coiulUeiico tlm
demonstrated, have exerted tlirniM lvcs to
the utmot to develop and Iniprnto tbo
work; nnd t lie plann fur the mining year,
a unlolded by the month ly Usiiii, will nn
toni-li and (IclfKht ci'U thu most tangiiitie
friend" of tho Aidlne.
The Aldino will reproduce csamploi of
tho best foreign mnter. selected with a'
lew to the 7ilK!i;-t nrti'tlti fiiccof". and
greatest gcucral Interest; avtddint,' "iicli ns
have bucuino fnnilllar, lliioii'jh pbotograpli,
or mplc" froiiy kind.
Tho qunrtcrly tinted plates for 18':), will
reproduce lour of John S. DavIV Inimitable
chlldketclieK, npprtprlate In tho four sea
oln. Theoo ptatui. uppcarlu In the Umics
foi Jauiiury, April, July, und October,
would be alone worth the price of a ) car'
sim-cniiinin.
l'ltUMlUM CHKOMOS KOU 187.1.
Kvery nibcrilirr to thu AMIne, who p
In advonce for the yeftr 17:1, will receive, ;
without uddlUonal charge, a pair or bcnutl
Till oil chriuoo5, niter J. J Hill, the eminent
.'nclMi painter. Tlio plcltiroi. cntlll-i I
"Tbo ''IlLiga Hollo," uud "Crmiln7 the ,
.foor." are 14.VJ0 iiicho -are printed from I
'J5 illrlprent jil.iles, roqiilrinx 25 Impressions '
and tlnf to perfect eaoli plottir. The Nune '
cliroimi are .snhljor K per pair, In the art '
stores. As It In the ilutcrmlimtlon of its con- i
ductor to k:cp the Aldlio out of the reach j
ol competition lu ciy department, the 1
cliroino- win ne lounu aucau oi any tuat
can be offered by other periodicals. Uvery
subscriber will recolte ooertlllcale,'oer the
signature of the publNter?, iruarantceint,' 1
that the chtomos delivered sbalfbe equal to .
the samples furnished the scent, 1
or tbe money will be refunded. '
The distribution of pictures of this grades,
free to the Mil-crllitrs to a Ave dollar jerl-'
oJloal, will m.srk an ctKH-b in ttse hl-tory of
-ri anu, consiuennx tue unprceuemeu
chcapne of the price far The AMuie Itself,
tbe marvel tails little short or a .nlrUelc, .
even to tbo-e tvest acquainted with tfc
aehiectnents r latentlte gtr&ius ami ItJv
provej ioevbaaical pp3anc. (('orllhis-'
: nitn of Use1 roroiuo, ttt Notttsber 1
soe tbe At- rtoe.
THE MTKRAJ5Y PEPARTJf EXT
WW iscdHt atr te trarv f Kt. tktl
Htsacj ?Edijist. lssisW Sf THr
ii jsMti 4 Hit if. i -sr.I ucm T tavi
ftrf KssriAsre f iV AJisn- . h
tts -riet sarasOr sarMwoh.
TEKMi.
is nf jmmu 1i ttO utwi. -rui O-t-rut
jumttt -v-uk i . i ttmtiHiiM.
nus i HiufKk finsrv auR . it rt
ilUiwt . niu rssM . tic sHfC(!
xtHM M siii. -u Um jtuhlt&ie tlsntc.rlitis
ftt at a U..-.I. wiac vaun KgiiC'Siiin
a- juHbfSi-s. tuiHra a I -rvt hr
ntniSnat ts zirta Wnaic tt i-4u6
sLfMaars C Jimr imt A s.V
AsiENT1? WAXTEI.
AaT ;ctms. vhiiac t M ;caasxie'iJT as
N JtC.. ravs-i?..
Je Ji4i lise ir Tort:
NEVE 11 KNOWN TO BAIL
THOMPSON'S
FEVER & AGUE POWDERS, ;
ron ntr rcRMAScxr cuRr or j
i
CHILLS AM) FF.VKH, HUJIII AGUE
i: utir i in-1 i v i'H i r.
TLM FhVLI.
THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
Alib I
Thero are no diseases so dcblllutlni; in
their effects upon the constitution rn tho
above, and none more dlUlctilt to cure by
tho usual mode ornrartlcc, The Kevcr nnd
Atue I'otvdcM will efl'eet a cure fn caiies nl
thu IonfreH 6taiidln.( as well as prove a pre
ventlve In the forming tirei ol the diseased
Itclni: tniriOv vccetalde. thev act with rer. I
tn.nty on the dlsca-e, totally eradicating It i
Iromthe system, nnd prnt a return at
any luiure pcriou.
Why wnste your money and health In try
ins every medicine you hear of, when
1 liompson's Kmer und Acuo Powders have
never lulled to euro the UilIU In any cnc.
REASONS WHY THEY ONLY SHOULD
HE USED.
Their reputation Is established. Thou-Hand-
or tectlinonlnla hate been received,
allowing that these powders have performed
mirncli'M In ruritn; cased of lonj; tHndlii;,
many or them considered hopeless.
There In no risk in taklm? them. Thev
contain nothing injurious, and, therclore,
none of thu lln.;erlns dlcuscs nt often the
result of tho many nostrums of the day.
I'hyatcliiiiarucouimcuil them h superior to
mifnlno or any other known turnedy, toi
they lenvn tho utMem In :t liculthy etutc, and
the patient beyond tho probability of a it-
awVVAltn OK COL'NTKKKKITS. The
conuinc aro put up In Kiimro tin boxes, with
TllllMl'SO.N'.S KKVLlt AND AOL'K VOW.
Dl'.llS stamped on the lid, and the signature
of Tiinsii'tioN A- Clt a wt'oiiii on the wrapper.
No oilier can possibly be genuine.
T HOMPSOIT'S
W II K U M ATU'
A XI)
HORSE LINIMENT
TIIK07.EAT EXTXCNAL REJlEbY FOR
H II E U M AT I S.M , N K U H A L -GI
A, SPRAINS, E'l'O,,
a o o i roji max on beasi
This liniment lm camcd fontclf a repu.
tatlon unequalled in the hUturv or external
applications. jaTTIiouninds who now mil
fer from rheumatism, noumlidii, etc., wo.ild
tlnd Immedlute relief Irom nil pain by tisn.'
this certain remedy. ItU citially I'lfoctuul
In cuts, burnt, scalds, stlll'iien or the neck,
sore throat, hwellinj;., Inllainatlone, rros
bite, pnlii in the slue, or back, bites orsiil
icr or iitlngs or Insects.
Uno nibbing will In all crc gito immedl
ata rullcr, atid a few apidlcatlous complete
cum.
On account of Its powerful penetrating
proportlek It Is beyond doubt the Mircst rem
edy lor tho moat troiiblesamo disens,., to
which hores and cattle are liable. It cures
scratches, old and fresh cut or sore, chafes
produced by thu collar or naddles, Injuries
caused by mils or splints entering the flesh
or hoofs, bruise", sprains, sweenev, pntln
thnndi, and all dlensc which destroy the
hoots or bones of the feet.
t2TKull direction! accompany each' bot
tle. The above aro prepared only by
CRAWFORD FORKS,
111 Market Street, Philadelphia,
And sold by storekeeper generally through
out the country. I.-ju it d-e-w
XliW BOOT ASD SHOE STORK '
Jmt opened
Aithnrsiicn oftuc nr. i) uoot.
Corxkk or Sevekiii Sthekt ajd AVau-
INdTON ANE-SjUE.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. '
l'l.nR. I 1.. .11- all Ilia ..III-.... ,1.1..
1 IIVIO 1111. v .... ..v v.ll&L-ltl ui ,nuu
and kurroundlng country to call and tee If
they ciiinot save money, as I will sell vcrv
low. ( havo adopted the old motto, "The
Nlmhle Pennv Is Hotter than lha Slow Klv.
pence." 3. U, MATSON.
flV-tl
Home Advortisementfl.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R K
100 Mile tk Sliorteat Ronle
TO OHIOAGO
EtRhlr Mile III Hhorteat Rant
'to st.louis
NO CHANGK OF OAR3
KKOSI CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE cilAN'Or. OF OAKS
OM CAIRO 10
Cincinnati, I. UaMpoM'. Toledo,
OutrnU, Clnrelxod, Mgnln Kslli
Uliftulo, I'lttsliUlrf. Winlilnxtnn.
Ilaltloinre, 1'hlln.lelphis, New fork.
Iloslcn it.J all points esl,
Mllwsukle, JanesTlile, M.on,
LaCrosse, 81. Paul and all point nnrtb.
This la !') the onlr direct mute to
P'esler, WnnmlDKton, NprmKelil,
Peorls, cjtilncy, Keokuk,
Dtirlinfft.in, llk isltnit, 1a Sails,
Mendnta, Dnon, Freeport,
Ualena,- Oiihinue, bloilf Ultj,
Omaha tDl all points northwest.
Klegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca
On nil Night TrRlm.
Hsfdifte Checked to all Important points.
For tlckms and information, apply to t. C. It.lt
depot nt airoj on hoard Ine transit steamer t
tweeii Columt'U and Cairo, and at trie prlnelpa
rallroa I ticket ofr.oes tlirmmhout the south.
W. r.JOMNnUN. Orn'lfaM. Ar'I, Chicago.
A. MitCMr.tL, 0n'l Hup't. Ctilcago.
J. JOUNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
Sl'itlNGFIKLD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTIIKASTKltN It. Jt.
On and after Mondny, April 24th, 1S72
trains will run as follows:
K0B1UXHK DIVISION,
satus ooivo sicTRiiST.
Mall. F.xpres.
Lesre Vlrlnia S:f) a. m..........l:l p.m.
" dprini?fleld.......:0 " S;(
TnjrlorTllle. 10 4 .. 4.
Arm at fna.-.....ll.S "
tasiMs anxs jiostb-wssi.
Exprei. Mall.
Letre Pans 4.f) a. m J.34 a. In
" Tatlornll-....t to " .......4.0 "
Arrive at !H'nnsted..6.ls. ....! "
sprinfleM-..e.J " ... B in
Arriteat VlrKinia...s.J ..!. u
BOCTnxRx ntviaiON.
itams svits riMSi.T,
Leare r.t(TooJ-.J.30 a. m. - .I".I0 p.tr
Rora . s i .. 11.40 '
Anire : cbsvet'a ? " .... 1
HVJk.U r.-sTATC AMEftCl.
C. VTIXSTON A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
4
A7cloEER
(fTocvo ront) okio lkvbs-.
CUto. nj.
BCT AXIS Si RtAL E3TA71,
PJLY TAXES,
FCF.NISH ABSTBACT5 OF TITLE
iil;-f-r CazsefaasM ofKisii:
I Jefcs ?. Uanais. Chxl. Thrupp.
I
JOUS Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
v
CONVEYANCkES.
Nor Hi Cur. tmli It. aa4 Oksts Lssss.
Cairo, Illisou.
Abstract of Till, CotTeyirelcf xtide a
pcelnltv, Iteal Kstate bo9;t abtf eoll.
E3"Taxe Paid. tic.
."nist,i:i.i.A.:ot's.
'M. GLKNN & SON'S
HEAD QUARTERS FOIt onOCEMEX
IHMKN'SK STOCK,
OHEAT VAUIF.TY,
LOW I'RICKS.
COFFEK. Hln, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUOAR, N. O., Hard k Soft P.erlned.
SYIIUP.S. Now Orleans and Kastorn.
WE MAKE HPECIAMTIliS 0V
TEAS TOBACCOS,
CIGAES.
0 in Vim St. C.VCf.V.V.t 77
3-t-tA--3m
C. CLOSK,
GENERAL COMMISSION' MERCHANT
And dealer In
LlMK, COUNT, l'LAbTKIt, IIaim, Ktc.
S) Sllilo I.esee.
J31 will sell In car load lots at manufac
ture! prlccH, auuiiig freight. 4-MI
BEMIS, UUOWiV & CO.,
I3AG MANUFACTURERS
AauNTd UoiiK Cotton Miu.b
NO. 80 Ohio l.tvee, Calm, Ills.
l-3-2m.
z. h, UATUuea.. a. o .uiti
' MATI1USS & UHh,
A IV IS (JKXKHAI.
C 0 1 M I'B 8 I ON M E R 0 HANVS
1 . DEALKRS i.1
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUOE
OHIO I.KTKB.
DANIEL LAMl'iSRT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
Kighth St., Bt. Csim. Wash,
CA1BO, LL1N0IS.
Home Advertisements.
(MMfllMrtlWH AKB rOHWAHUINU.
HALLIDAY BROTHRES
-GENERAL AGENTS
FOUWAKDINO ANn COMMISSION
! KKC HAN TSS.
DEALERS IN FI-OUR;
ItllU HlVhU AND TA,NAW11A
SALT cjoMteAisrxifcia.
70 Ohio Lkvkr,
Cairo. Iluhois.
COFFEY, FACE k CO.,
r O K W A H O 1 X o
A X D
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
IlKALKM IV
HAY,
CORX.
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOCK AND COUNTKY l'KODUCK
OAIRO, ILMNOI3.
MM
K. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GEXER.L COMMISSION MERCHANT
axv 'dealer m
OjtVTS, COElN
AND MILL FEED.
CAino.
ILLINOIS
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FOP.W A EDI N G M KUCHA N TS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Ilay, etc.,
AGKNT3 ion FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Letee. CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Hucc.ssofs to K. 11. Uenilrlcis A Co.l
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AID
WHAP.F-HOAT PKOPP.IKTOH3.
Liberal Adsaneemeuia mvte
Uiou CunslKDinents.
Are pret.arnt to reoeira, store ana forward
frehftitu to all Kint ami bur ao.
sell on commlssi'in,
KsTDusinasa allendl to pr'nnpllri
JOHN R. PHLL1S& SON,
tHuccssoj. to Jol.n li. Paint.,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWAUD1NO MEltOIIANTS
DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTIl-HT. amj OHIO LEA I
CAIUO. U.LP.
S. D. A YEHH, K..I. AYKItfl
AVERS k CO.,
FLOUR
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lr.vsie, I'.itno, Uls.-l-'lf,
PE T K R UU II L,
Kavlii'las.
FL.OUK MERC.IfANT'
ANU
MILLEE3'
No. mi omo i.r.v:i:,
3-liO tf. OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTENHOU3K & RRO.
FLOUR
onoral Commission Merchants
113 OHIO LEVIS.
Homo Advertisements.
IlftCMANCr.
FIRE AND MARINE
C4l)IPAMI.,
SUAOAIIA, n, r.,
A",1' - f -..wl1S,lfl
0EXMAN1A, .(. V.,
1 .... HNNM I ,t ,731 Is
HANOVEK, N. T,
Assrla,..,
Aite...
.......7i) m ii
MKI-Ullt.tr', It. v.,
Assts -.-..... .7H.4 li
remprl.li.ii the Underwrite An.,.
' '
Apsts
ALBANY CITT,
AsseU ....
4M,I1
f !IIKU!f rOWII, . r.,
AaseteHHMa
KCVSITT, N. r. MARIMC,
Asaet ..l,llt.r
Htorss, Ihselllnxs, Furniture, Hulls aid (fair
awe, Insured t rale, as Ntfratile CBo1,Br
uiannl rvcuritr will -trol. ,s
I fl-;tfull) ak of III eltUeii.ot C.
statruf Ihir patronage.
41. .,. iiiwjmks.
. II. Mt.rn,
.Nolarj l'aMtv
, II. It. CiWitf
Nu.rnn. si.4 I', ri. ivkii
X 1ST STJ''JU.
F1HK, HULL, OAKfJO, LIVKSTOOK
ACOIDKNT, I.I FK,
IirS'DEAITC 2L
.f.T.VA.IIAETrOBII,
s.t
flM,i
MfUII AM7.P.1UA, PA. i
tM.I..,
......SI,;t,1k-) ni
UAXTTORU, 0
fi-is , ,tw :s
rno:.vtx, IUKIF0RB,
. .n.7ti,m s
iXTSsVtATIO.N'tL, . T.,
An. Is..
..ttHS 1 I
I'l'T.SAV.HAsVTfOKt),
Ait i7f,l4;
CLEVlILAStl, OLIVEI.AM),
A..!M. 1 SI,:i H
II0HR.O0I.CXBCS,
As.et....... ............... tl,m il
AllKltlCA.'V OBNTJIAI ilO
t S s t. .. ...... t ("O.iCSi t
CO:.NECTICUT MflUAI.. 1,1 PK,
A!s..... .... . .im,,.') o
TH WELEKfl, HAItTPOItO, I.IKK A.ND
ACOIIJK.ST,
AllH.... ............ fju v
KAILWAT I'AHHESOnKfl AfSUKA.NOg
CO., nARTKORI),
T's'ts...,
lKDerr.yutsT, nosTorr,
A.! . .tWJ.Stft tt)
SAKI'ORD, MORRIS & OANDEE,
71 Oli In leric,
TEUTON I A LIFE INSURANCE
i.
OF CHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
C e v r ' I.. O r vi a t , 1 "V a i i i t n cito u S r.
ACTIVA. SS50.000
Thin Ocnnan Life Inaurancn rompany
pnaraiitceh not only Paid-up Pollelssa but . um a. mnnufai-itirlnir an exlfa ..inilll i
a l-o a alue lu Cu-fi on the -Snn-I'irlelttirc 0f ladlea' sboe.. My nuteilal and won-I'1"-
' mnbln are warranted to b of lite be-t. I
I0HN A. HUCK, -U.
KNOUEiuSDOUF,
l.,.,i,!ni
inimerii
Keoretary
JOHN W. VllVKi,
Atrint for Ca.ro and vle.nlty.
RISMARK RUN 11.
SECTION NO. 47.
A-isoeiatlon for promoting Life In-uranee
and hick Itellcf by weekly dues nud mutual
cooperation In object ol public benefit.
The Idle Insurance Policies will be l-Mled
by tbe Teutonbt 1.1 fu Insurance Company.
II. .ME VERS, President.
JOHN W. PIlUESa, Aq't.
SMlt for t'ntro nil trinity.
lt;i'('lli:il!i.
' ' ' "
IIVLAND & SAUER,
l I I I t S H Mi hrifS
AM) nKALKltU IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVUUY.UESCniPTlON,
Corner 10th fctreet and Cnmmerclnl avenue
next door to tbo ilyluud saloon.
11-10 If. CAIUO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
AND DEUXR IN
BUTOHBE
FRESH MEAT,
Kiohtii Strkkt, Bmwkkn Wabhinqtoa
AND CoUMinCIAL AVKNUEH,
...... ... . '
AtlJnlnlRK SPte nbotine. Hint MmiiiijN I
iPh,?..bJ!.,,?r ".'i' !''"k' Mu,ion Vial,
olttsena la tne most aocetitai'i. aiaiiuer. I
JOHN SMI f II,
(Successor to James Kynastou,)
BCTCUKR ANII DEAI.EK IV ALL KlJtliB 0
FltElH MKATtl.
CORNKU NlVKTKXTfl Ani I'OPLAH 8th
CAIUO, ILLINOIS. '
lluy and slaughters only the belt cattle,
bogi and ihoop, and U prepared to flu anv
demand for fresh neat from 0Df pouad to
tn Uiouund pounds. potwu i
Our Homo Advertisers.
r(AI,oi.fi.
I
I
151, DOU AlfC
, H'LMAHI) HA LOON AND fIVU-
ROOM.
JDHAi UA'HJi, l'roileiw.
I I'WOoinme'reial Afeane, CAtltO, ILI.INUIr
OsthranJ of Calir UUUtratn receitvj,
, IIII.I.IAHI) saloon furnl'hed with the l.eit
ui lauius , Nnii nuriiippiieil wiiii win.M, uqiior-i
and oitfare ol thenest hr.tn I-,
LITTLE KENTUOKIAN
S A Ij 0 0 N
ANIi
lLSSTjTJKJLIiT'P.
(Onrn Dav and Milit.t
-rw f
J. V.. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lf Vf, liet. 4th and.Uth street".
UAIUO, ILLS.
MKAM ATA LL llOt.J.'S.
A Aim new Dining Hull with evory eoi -
'.'.P, " T?." a,la,Hl l" IN,l'"'a
lieilaiimiit, atid tins guu will HihJ i
repit-lt lor IbelraecuuKiilailon.
TllKlllLLOKKAlli:
ooti'lsts of eery substantial anil delfoarr . (
tbe .
THE H3.A.:R,
;is etljrplled with the
CHOICEST LlQUORSsWIsNES S: CIC. l! !
tSTillxed drtHt.s prepared with eare.
11-10 tl.
cmtM'Kituji
JOHN SlIKEIIAN,
; RET AIL OROCEli
I inJ L'"ler Id
vK(?irrAiii.Ks. I'Buns. wins, lau
FKfcll liUTTHll, JJPC.
Ztb An iw wisrwniru trcsli, and f I
UM lowsM prkof,
OrrterOlfc St. atidCommeri'laLWe.
- tf.
IlOOlts,.
sfa
SAVE MONEV
And buy jrour
;HOO rrs Ji.2rx3 shoe, i
or
R. JONE-C
Vur. 'I .-is Us Mlrrtlninl Coinineielal ,iv,
I am now prppureil to mantifa turo t,l
sprlns; styles, aueb a' patent leather, morrnc ,
buck and eall-ektn bimts-. Sboe.. wfii Ik :
toe, eorJ; and pump sole.", Scnteb button ,
nml ln.l'1 .wltfi. nu- r.lli.. . I.. 1
I am deluniilnvd to not bo under-uld lor t' I
,ju illtv ol Koods.
ltir.iM dnii neaily and on shon
'Zl'Il .it. ..o.Nns.
! yy U.VEUY STA RIjV
TENTH STUEET,
nerwer.-v waiu'.v avekuc and walxi t
Dr. ti. Y. HeMa tsforms Ine (iiiUir Ibst he h
upeued a
LIVE II r STA H I. E,
on th ccrthnfint fide of T?nth tret fti UA-n
ftborn,
IIu hnUtt trill be furnliliH with notif Lot
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
I ami tbo rtubllnmav bo aecoiumodittcd at si-
l boitreof tbo day und niiiht with sale teaiui
, on the l?wet terms.
Dr. Hold iisksa sbaro of public patronaiM
and will endeavor lo merit It by f.iirdeli
" "liei nili'lllioil IO HUM'
CAUL PETERS,
Cir i:.n i ii. li nml l'opl ii' ,Hla..
Inform; the public thai he hn r-ngnjjod tlm
servlceoof a 1'frst-clasn W'uun ilnkcr, iimt
niton Flrst-rlas Home Shoer, and laruiuly
to mxnutiicture nnd repair Jail kinds of wn fc
n this trade H itli ucutnesh uud dispatch,
a-S-'lm.
NEW YORK STOaIK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
iAnoi.il vakiktv .took ik uib oirv
OOODSSOLI VEltV CLOSE.
"-,"J
c'oriinr of NlnP.ee.illi .treel nu.l Com
0AIJJO, ILLINOIS.
0.0. PAT1KII
DENNIS HAJiEV
Jim now on Imnd all kinds of
DRV OOitD AND STOVE WOOD
For ale. Leate ordcia ut
WM.iaiKlK'ti STOHE,
Comer Sixth and Commercial
Or at corner of Twclltb und Poplar- '
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