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TIIK DOLLAR WKKKLV IHLLKTIN
John 11. Olitrly ha reduced the subscrip
tlon price of the Weekly Oaiiio Hullktin
t One Dollar per annum, making It tlio
heaped imp jr putill'lu l In Southern llllnol
Cbicaoo Is itself again. Afler a lull of
lateral weeks In which thore havo boon
neither murders nor rumor of murders,
tho Lake city had on last Sunday a tori
out stabbing allrny, and tlio attemptod as
eatlinatlon by a jealous lovor, of a oung
girl, who porslstod In smiling on other ad
xnlrins swains bolide himself. Annlo
iCeonan U ovontoen years old and bounti
ful. On hit Sunday ovoning, whllo sit.
ting on a sofa in her fathor's parlor with
a young man named lluckloj, iho was
dangerously and probably fntnlly shot by
James llrady, madly in lovo and madly
Jealous, llrady has disappeared and tho
young girl bangs botweon llfo and death.
Yz Intended to say jroslerday, in tho
article "Wantwl, a Dual," that tho odor
ef tbo institution of slavery still lingors
around tbo "jhattorod vaso," but tbe prln
tor niado ui say "shattorod roso." The
diffcrenco is not porceptiblo to a mnn up
a treo, but to ordinary pcoplo is qtiito distinct-
AVo Intended to say yesterday, in
tho local item on Harris, that Ichubod
was written in tho tomb of the old Demo
ratio party, and may our right arm for.
get its cunning and our tonguo Ioso it
ability to swear at tho fallow if tho prin
ter didn't make us say that thatoutragoous
word was Vrlttuti in tho tenets of tbnt
party. "Why should any printor, when wo
deslro to bo poetical, mako us assort n fact
SPOTS ON" 'THE SUN.
"Wo challenge: a denial of this assertion,
that in our treatment ot tho 'Sun' of the
1tco, tho lurninaiy of Antrim's garrot,
which sheds around a light woak as fox
fire, wo havo boon gontloncss personified.
No havo occasionly handlod tho 'Sun,'
but with a dellcato touch. AVo know it
would not onduro rough troatmont
that it would broak into a thousand pieces
if it should bo tossed about with a rock
And we did and do liko tho 'Sun's' ed
itor. What should we do without him?
He is as necessary to our existence us
water to a flsh, liquor to a continued toper,
onico to Uoult Myers or religious at
motphcro ubout The Uulletix ollleo.
ft. gentleman ho is of strange
appearance, peculiar disposition
and kind of heart oven unto a fault, but
n U aol. Sptlngllold tnud, a downy
pillow, or th(vh"l t J-iv... ii. ....n
'Is nottofter. Softness is indeed his most
IIo is liberal. Ho lias been known to
recklessly squander u nleklo twice a month
in relieving tho wants of povorty, and
lias actually, on sovurnl occasions, when
local enterprises of great pith and moment
demanded oncouragemont, encouraged
them by promptly putting his hand into
hit pocket, and remarking that ho thought
they ought to bo urged forward by
somebody else. Hut liberal as ho is, ha is
softer than ho is liberal.
Ho is comoly. In hit person ho com
bines all tho striking features of beauty
referred to by Hamlet when, speaking of
his lather, ho said
See. what a iiraco was acated on hit brow ;
. ' . . . .1... . ... .., I.I I. .
IlJpenOn Clin", UIU num. "i iuu iiuij-cil ;
Any ey Hku ilars, to threaten and com
' uiund ;
A tatlon like tho herald .Mercury
Wew-lisUieiloii a heuven-kii-ini; hill;
A combination ami u Inriu, tudeeil,
"Where every god did coin to put hi ecal
To give tho world auranco ot u man."
Thore is nothing lacking in this regard
Dr. Dunning Is a Judge. In such matters
nd hi has decided. Mr. .1. Johnson is
au fait, and he has declared tho boauty of
our Davis with tho voico of a tnimputcr
Dr. Casey is tho best jud;;o of personal
beauty in Illinois, and after n careful ox
amlriation of all (bo points of Davis, ho
las ondoriod lilm with a branding iron
on tho propor place; ".Beauty j porfcct.'
"Even the faitldious Mayor Wood has
bean cotnpellod to acknowlodgo that, if
tberc is ou'.sldo of Scotland a really hand
some man, that man is Duvii. Ko one
can deny It. He m comoly. Hut tbo
truth must bo told, comely though ho is, he
Is softer than ho is beautiful I
IIo is intellectual. Oo away with your
Bacons In philosophy. LjoIc at Davis I
llacon bo fried I Carry out your Shak
r i tares and Ilyrons and Popos and Tonny
sons and Dickenbd and Thackerays .'
They amount to nothing wmlo Davis'
Sun' illuminates tho literary horizon.
Arid as for odltors thero Davis is at
homo. Ho outibtnes Storoy, the greatest,
as well as llouton, tbo littlest ind Wat
terson, and Held, and White, and Hal
stead, and ISowloi, and Hyde all of them.
Beyond all doubt Davis is an intellectual
giant. Ilut we must admit that he ii softer
than ho Is Intellectual !
And softness Is not to be sneered at. It
Is a noble quality. The soft man is always
a good one. He always takw t" prayers
and Sunday schools and uld tocioties and
cold water. He is possessed of a meek
bearing Is an Oily Oammon sort of a fel
low, without the slyness which distin
guished Oily, but not always without tho
ineannui. IIo says "0, my ' and "Dear
me'" and has a thousand other cjacula.
lions of a womunly kind. Indeed, it
would seem that tho only operation nec
essary to change a sott man into about tbe
tame kind of a woman would bo to put
petticoats upon him. We are sure such
habiliments put upon our friend of tho
Jevce would change lili tox, A soft man
It a man to tie to. IIo tttiks to you like a
broiler, while you are strong onough to
hold him up. Davis is a soft wan. And
therefore we liko him. Wo pico our
hand upon lili head In affection, ai4 say,
M we now separate from him , Hless you,
say child I" J
ml. . 1, . . . . . M.Hlt.tli llnlt'a I
xua. uisasirous lio ui i'.." -
Wrctlc exploration, tho almost tragic
death of tho latest eiploror among mo ic
fields of the North and the probable loss
ot tho Polaris and tintimoly end of tho
expedition as related by tho survivors
who have narrowly escaped tho fato of
their unfortunate companions, recalls tho
effort which havo boon raado from timo
to timo to exploro tbo mysteries of tho
Arctic, regions. Tho first Northern ox
plorers of whom wo havo any authentic
connected accounts wore John ond Sobiis
tian Cabot, who.anlmnted by tho droam of
finding a Northwest pasago to tho In
dies, projected a voyage toward the North
polo in 1403, and penetrated as far
north as 07 30 Tho brothers
Cnbot were preceded by other explorers,
whoso researches contributed nothing
to a knowlcdgo of tho northern regions.
In 1533, Sir Hugh Wllloughby, hunting
for a northeast passago, perished with his
crow in tho fioz.on regions of Lapland.
Froblshor, Sir Humphrey Gilbert, Davis,
Uarontz ond others, modo voyagos to
ward tho north in tho lattor part of tho
sixteenth century, and IlaronU perished
from cold near tho Icy capo In the Arctic
ocean. Sir Henry Hudson made four
voyages, In tho last ono of which, afler
sailing up tho bay named for him and
which bo discovorod, nnd penetrating
savornl bun d roil miles further wust than
any former oxplorcr, perished from hard-
hip on tho return passago to Kngland.
Ilafllns' oxplorutlons in 1C1C, and lloh-
rings In nil, wore tno inost.lmportam,
until thoio of tbo Russians
Van Wrangoll and Anjou in
1820-23. Afterward various expedition,
went out toward tho North pole, thoir ob-
cct being no longor that of bonolltting
co.nmorce, but having n scientific purpose
Tho oxplorotions of Cpt. Cook woro tho
tho last of any importance in tho seven
teenth century. In 1770 ho sailo on his
last fatal expedition, penetrating to lati
tude 70 Kv. In 1818 tho explorations of
Parry and Sir John Franklin woro begun,
resulting in inoro satisfactory discoveries
than any of tho formor ones. On tho
ith of Soptombor, 1819, Parry's expedition
roached the 1 10th parallel of longitude,
which cntillod them to a roward of five
thousand pounds otlorod by tho English
parliament for that achievement.
Parry made sovoral expeditions
n which his crows suf
fered, many hardships and made, slow
progtoss, etroctlng llttlo of Importance,
oxcopt the discovery of a contrivanco by
which tho compass was mado to work per.
fectly under all circumstances and in all
places, no tna'.tor how near tho magnotic
pole, thus obviating a serious difficulty
in Arctic navigation. Franklin's arst ox
pcdltlon penetrated farther north than any
preceding one, and on an emlnonco over
looking tho Arctic ocoau, Franklin planted
a banner presontod him by his wifo for
that purpose Tho last voyaco of Frank
lin wus undertaken in May, 1815. Ono
luintlrnrl .ml I itlrt v-nli.lif mnn wrinl rmt
wUU him. lili ships wero i- -
I centro ot Katun's bay, moored to on lcu-
bcrg and waiting a passago into Lancas
ter sound. Of subsequent Arctic pxploru
tions, m on woro conducted with n view
mainly of discovering tho fato of Frank-
lin and his men. Ifntil tho I'olarli, under
Capt. IIall,startcd to mako now researches
into Arctic regions tho most notml
expedition was that of Dr.
Kane, who wont out under tho auspices of
tho United Stntos government in 1853,
ond whoio utTorts, In a scientific point of
vlow, wore crowned with great auccoss.
Kane elTccted a survey of the north coast
of Greenland to Its termination by a great
glacier; tho survey of this glacial mass!
tho discovery of a channel to tho North
west, loading into an open iceless area, of
an oxtenl of 4,'JOO miles, and o'.her surveys
CHARLES F.HELL1 3, ESi, ALDER.
Wo admiro a downright unfair man
whoso unfairnesH borders upon tiifnnes,
and thercforo wo admire Mr. Nellls, Es
quire, nldormoti from tho Fourth ward. Ho
couldn't bo fair ovon if tho improbublo
event should ever happen that ho should
experience tbo impulso to try to bo. Ho
is as full of prrjudico as an egg of meat or
a vacuum of nothinir. Ho hates TllK
IluLl.KTlN liatei it intensely and has
been of lato communing in loving fellow
ship with tho deputy shurifl' who is also
seeking to lift our hair. Just now this
mun, Charles Flyupthecroek Nellls, Es
quire. Is championing Domosthencs
Latayello Davis, Etqulro, the gentleman
who proiides over tho columns of tho 'Sun,'
and C. V. goes so far in his zeal for D. L,
us to assort that Damosthonos Lafayotto
has mado a lower bid for the city printing
than The Ui'llktlv. If 0. F. knew
anything about tho subject on which ho U
seeking to cnlighton tbe public, wo would
chargo him with telling a downright fulsc
hood,, but wo believe bo is only ignorant
and prejudiced. We can't convince him
wo know, but we con convinco ony othor
person, barbarous or civilized, that Tin:
liVLLETiy'ii bid is tho lowest.
Sweet Chawlos, look hero, Let us rea
son with you.
Tho bids aro ns follows for tbo council
The'MinV f.'fo 00
't'llKllUM.KHN'S It! 00
'SuilVoicr HUU.KTI.VS $18S IN)
Tho bids aro as follows for advertising :
Tin: llw.i.r.Tis', per mu :iro wv
lie 'Miu'f,' per Milium l,m
llru.ETi.N'is;ovcr '5imV av
Now, in the first place, wo must detor.
mine what is a square. In somo nlllces
a squaro is uan an men, in outers tliree.
quarters of au Inch, and In others an inch.
For instanco, three-quarters of nn Inch it,
wo aro informed, a 'Sun's' sqimo, whilo
an Inch Is a Hl t-LKTis'n square. So the
'Sun' oirers to do threo-quirtors as much
for fifteen ceuts as wo otl'or to do for llfty
Hut let us say that a 'Sun's squaro is a
IlULLKTt.N'a square, and let us see how
ibis matter stands thon.
Tberc aru twenty squares In a IIillf.tik
column. Twenty squares at fifty cenu a
squaro would be t'O; twenty squares at
flftotn cents a (quart (the 'Sun'i' bid j
THE CAIRO DAILY
would bo Wo therefore propose to
charge $7 a column for ordinances, o!c,
moro thnn the 'Sun'. Now, If during tho
year tho city were to onact and publish
twonty-elght columns of ordinances, etc.,
four pages cf Tub llti.LETis tho city
would pay tho Tim IJum.kti.v, nt llfty
cents a squaro, $W0 moro than It would
pay tlio 'Sun' for tho wimo aim nt or mot
tor at fifteen cents a iquaro just $8 moro
than it would lose on tho council proceed
ings. Tho only other question to bo de.
tcrmlncd is: Will tho council pais that
amount of ordinances? It cannot do so
unless it should devoto nil Its time to the
business of grinding out ordinances. If all
the ordinances In tbo present ordinance
book woro put Into Tin: IIui.lktix, they
would not fill moro than twonty-four
columns. Does any nno supposo tlio
present council will grind out a volume
of ordinances as largo as tho vohnno of or
dinances now in tho pamphlet containing
tbo chartor, ordinances, etc.? To do
so it would lo compelled to
onact two columns and a quarter of ordi
nances o month. In the wliolo year tho
council will not pass moro thnn six col
umns of ordinances half a column i
month on an avorago. Last year from
May to May o greater number, at loart
h greater amount of ordinances, wore
passed than in any prccoeding year fur
many yoara. Tho city was reorganized
under tho now charter, and this change
rendered nocessary many and vory
longtby ordinances. Hut, nevertheless,
only eight columns of ordinances were
passed during tho. whole yoar. This your
wo think thero will not be half as many.
Ilut lotus say that six columns will be
passed. On each of those, six columns tho
council would sovo $7 by giving tho
printing to tho 'Sun,' $12 in tho aggre
gate; but, nt tho satno time, tho city would
loso on tho council proceedings $188 a
not loss during tho ycur on council pro
ceedings nnd ordinances of $1 to.
licsidos the city would loso in tho job
printing it might havj) to do. Tbo 'Sun'
cannot do tho work. It could not print
the licenso and order books to save its lit
tle soul, and would be compelled to havo
them printed in St. Louis, whatever it
AVo havo written thus becouso Charles
Flyupthecroek Ncllls, Esq., either igno
rantly or maliciously has been misreprc,
renting our bid. Wo don't caro what is
done, but, if tho 'Sun' is to havo the print
ing, let Mr. Nellls boldly avow his de
sire to givo it to that paper becauso ho
lovoa Domoithencs Lafayetlo bettor than
he loves us.
Wo havo heard of jurlcs4cmpaiiollod to
convict. Itlooks to us, in our innocence, as
if Mr. .Nellls' committee was constituted
for tho purpose of giving tho 'Sun' what it
wants rogardless of every coniideration.
We hopo wo aro not correct in this sur
niisc. Ilut time will toll.
VHI.l.lAH .1, AM,!)!)
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OlHee over Mrnt -Nallnnnl bank. ft-lC-lm
SAMUKL V. WIIEKLKH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllec over Fina National bank.
UUEKN &, UILUBKT,
William II.titKMi, 1
Willuin 11 llilliott, V
Miles P. Ullkort, J
flpci. attanlion Ktten lo Almliattr and
ofviok omo lrves, rooms 7 and 8 ovr.n
OITT NATIONAL 1IAMK.
W 1 1 ITK UO L LA I l'LA X I XG -MILL
H. lVALTKHH, 'n..rlr(.ir,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINOLKS, CEDAR P03TS
DOOIIS, SASH, 1JLINDS
KurnlihfJ on ftiorlent colloe.
Commercial avonue, botweon Tenth and
I'OI'LAH. walnut, asji
YELLOW PINE FLOORING
Kur talu at low fin'ur. AUo,
FENCING OR SHEETING
Sold very cheap by
6-0 tlw. Caiho Uo.v anii R.iskkt Co.
II.. I II U Y A N T ,
Near Twci.ty-nxlh Street,
Omo Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber, uak, Poplar, fy.
prc, Walnut, ell'., ilelltrred In an) iMr
of the city free of charge.
t3ri'atronage nolidted, ami tatilart(on
cuuruuteed. 3-;s u.
BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY U, 1873.
1 tar lrHl Mnrcti nt. tknt,
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. H.SAKFOItD. Prosl.lcnt:
S. S. TAYLOR. Vlcc-rrcfldcnt ;
ii. uiai.ui , oecrciury nnu Tieanircr
, M, HltCHI,
, II, Htocuri tin.
I'.,-, ll I.,...-.. '
It. II. CChM.-lUHAX,
U. I', IUiiiiia'i,
1, M. I'UILtlM.
I)r lioalt of any Amount Kfwilvedfrom
jitiu ruin ufiwiirua.
TSTKIIKST paid on deposit at the rale ol nix
X. porceni. per nniuim, jjarcn island tk'I.tem
Lit M. iDterent not withdrawn la .l,i.,i i,,,n,.
UiMrljr lotte principal of tlio ilepoaltt, Ihfrel.j
UAHKIKD WOUKN AND CUILbRKM MAT
1) THAT NO 0( FIJI C1N DRAW IT.
Open erjr buslnf dnjr from a.m. to 5 p.m.,
an'l htunljr ef-.oi? lor HAVI.NO IlKI'OSIll
or.i,, irom o to o ciock.
uotl W. ItTHt.nl'.Tromturiir,
THE CITY NATIONAL
J A I It ,
W. P. HAt,UI)AY,lrfildnt
HBNK7 Ii. HALLIDAY, Vi(.'roldeai
A. U.HAFKOIUI, Ciwhler;
WALTER HYULOP, AulV.ti C.hler
Htiiti TilLOB. Mount If. (VMimnK.
Itltlllt 1.. IUlLinI. VV. P. ilALLIDlT.
Gin. 1). WlLLIAHIION, BtiriUK Jluu
A. i nArroup.
Exrhniice, Cain nnd ITnltnl iiMitfX
BoBdn lluiiKtit d rtnlrt.
D2POH1T8 rrcolfeJ, and a steneral lianklcg
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or oa i no.
It. V. MiM.KR, 1'renlilent.
J..M. l'lllt.l.ll's. Vlec-rroldi'iit.
'nrj.Cll.l. CUN.M.NOII.IM, Ca-hler.
OOJiLECTIONS rEOMFTLY MADE
EXCIIAfiili:, com, husk not and Unitri
UUteii uMurltlva Louuht and joU.
Inlvroaf 411oweil nn lime llrpnlli,
WINEN AND 1,IUIDUSS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OU 10 LKVKK
Also, keep conitnntlr ijd hind moil com
plete stock or
B COT lin AMD lUISIt WUltSKIKS
a i N h ,
l'ort, Sladorla, Shorry and Catawba Yln'
It. Smylli ,t Co. are nl-o nireiitn lor Spon-
cer. .McKay A: Co.'m I'ltUburi: ale.of tthfeh a
Ic.of tt lili-li a
on hund aj
larue muck in kcjii ciilltlaiiliy on liuild
their wholesale lore.
On KUhth Htrecl, Leiirpon Commcrsl! tiJ Wh
nKt'ni Atenum, la ilmir rrcltln
NEW MILLINKItY GOODS
LATK9T hrill.SO AND SUMMItr. BTYLKB.
HerMtK lull line of
BOXTITETB &a HATS
Tnrntn, nnd UDtrimmcd.IJ
FIlENClI KLOWKltH. ItlUHONrt, TUIMMINOH
of Ml klndi. LauaK, etc., eta.
Mrs. Mcdre ti rIko I ft rue unortmeat
Kuney Artlolcs, eucli
NECK Ti:W, O'lLLARrt, UNDEhSLKKVEH,
And all other articluH mually lound In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Jlrd, Medoe. In addition tn her Ktoek ol
Kunuy mid .Millinery Uoodx, Ii:ih a lino and
Complete u-ortmcnt of Cineinnatl Ctitnm
linule l.ailkv ami SIioch anil Chil-
drin' Root", llluvk and in Color. These
iiruaekiiowliilKed to bo the tlncrt am) Ihi
ever III tuu inarKet. and thli Is Uh- on v
huii-e the city that iiiukoti them a fpeclalty
Corner Twelfth Mrect and W.i'hinstoii Ave
J. C. II U ELS,
t'.atc of St. Loiiln.l
HOOK HINDER AND BLAMi
11I.ANK ROOKS of every ileei1itinn done
with neatness and dispatch. A I Kindu ol
nillui! done at rtinrt notice. Illbles, Music,
Maifanliieit aud l'erlodicals boiiuil la-ut and
at the lowest possible rate".
County work, such as Records, Dockets
Keo Hooks, lllanks, etc., made a ipcclallty
liozes, rocuei uooi, i.uu- mpcu. eic
made to order IKMtt
COMJIINHIOM ASfD fOHWAKDIMO.
tfOUWARMNO mid COMMISSION
H K ll O II A MM,
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
And Agtnlr of
OHIO RIVKR AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvbh,
COFFKY, PACK J: CO.,
I' II U IV A II II I .V (
A N I)
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
MILLEK & PAKKKH,
DEAL EHS IN FLOUR, COH
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRBANKS SOA LES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MEHCHANT
And dealer In
LlMh.'CrMKNT, Pl.AMKH, II A III, ETC.
J53"I will ell In ear load oU at in inulac
tiirur' prices, adding irtdKht. 4-2-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(HuccfHori to K. b. Ilendricaa A Co, I
Forwarding and Commission
IVrS Liberal Adtancemenla mado tcSSt
jV& upon Consignments. KV
Are precarrd to receie, itoro and lorward
fro(fbte tn alt point and buy and
sell on commieaion,
"Iliiplneiiii attended to promptly;
PK T Ji U C U II L,
.n. so omo i,r.v:t:,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
AY KltS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvbe, Cairo, Ili..
WOOD RITTENHOUPv! & "KO
Cjticrul CommisHion Merolian
188 OHIO IiKVBE,
Our Homo Advertisors.
LLINOIS CENTRAL R R
lOO mica the NhorlMt Honlo
ElRlitjr Mile! the Hliorlrsit Jtitutr
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FIIOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO,
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM OAIUO Til
Clncibnftll, i.. lliinK)l, Toledo,
Uolrnll, Uletelnnil, Mnrm
llullitlo, f'l 1 1 i-t.il t ir, WvliiiiKlon.
tlalllniiile, PhllwIeliihlD, New Yolk,
Ilolon nn.) nil .inln eii-l.
Mllwnilkle, Jaerrtille, MalNor,
l.ftiroimp, oi. i'ui mnn mi poimi, iioiiii.
DiikIb elo lie 1 1,1) dlrxt t'CH lo
Dwntiir, UlnotnlnKlon, Nhrmelil,
r-ort, iuuicT, KeiiKiiK,
Ilurlicvton, Kock Ulan, I, L HkIIc.
Mendou, Dunn, KreeKrl,
riHlfnn, Iluhii'iue, fi.im ultT,
unitliit li, ell I'Unle norlliwM.
Klcant Drawlne Room Kli-pplnt; Ca"
On all Nli;ht Trains.
Purdue Checked 10 all llnforlnnt polnl.
Km lickeli end ihforlnaliiui. awilt- tn I. (t. ILtl
dHit it elrol on lionrd inn trmiiit utenmer Im-
ieen uounniiu ami aim, ami at tn tnnclp
Tisuruia i iimei nnicen vnrnuKrioui ine itlln.
W. P.JOIIN-IO.N, Uen'l i-ana. An'l, Chicaio
A- MircHiLt, Oen'l fup't. Chicago.
.1. JOHNSON, An't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD A N D I L Ll N O IS
SOUTHEASTERN R R.
On ond after Monday, April 21th, IST'J
trains will run as tollowi:
1alt notiil a,,CTIIKAT.
Leate Vlrlnia Mil a. m I;.V. u.tn.
H,rln(lH,. v ii 3i "
,' Tlortllle Ill h r, i,
ArriTe at t'ana. 11.11 ' 6.1" "
TaAii iiomu aoktiiwrHT.
Iare Tana 4.'( a. m J..1S a. in
" Tavlortilli.... .S.4H i.r,
trie at (Jprmtled.... " ... ......is.in "
l.eare f1pr,ntfleld....D.ft II 1(1
Arrie al VliKinia n.r, 8.I.S
POUTIIKKN ll t V I Bl O N .
taaiat onno trtnli.T,
Leave FIkwuoiI J.311 a. m. I'l.In p.ir
Arrlteal Hhawneel'n .it
HTLLIAHD SALOON AND BAB
ROOM. JOHN MAT:, Proprleiu..
lot Commercial Atenoe, CAIHO, ILLIMlle.
Bent brand of Callfo HOI((aru reclvj,
IlILI.lAltl) aaloon fumlihcd with the Lett
of tables ; and liar eupplled with Wluee, liiiuor
and cli;ar of Uienu.t. braiel..
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Cth streets,
MEA'jS AT ALL HOURS.
A flue new UInlnK Hall with every con
lenience lias been uilileil in ti.i.
Iteetaiirant, and the truest will Una t'crT
reiptUite lor theirnccoiuodatlon. ;
THE HILL OF FARE
conM of ever)' mbitantlal and dcllcacv ol
the teaeun. '
l eiipplled with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.W'INES & CIGARS
KiTMIxed drinkH prepared with care.
V.H.K....,H......,.H...M.,m....,H.rfs ....,., ,
j ST. NICHOLAS
HARRY WALKER i
MUN VIWSH SfBUKT,
uak.iu, . ILLINOIS.
fiond stahllnt; connected with the houo
and .ample room for commercial tVavelcn! '
Free omnibus to and (rom Bi trains,
1-6 end. J. M. DAMRON, Proprietor.
Our Homo Advertisers.
Ami buy your
BOOTS Ji.ttJ3 SHOES
Cur, Tenth alreel ntul t'ommrrcltil A.
I am now prcpaird to m.niufartiiro all
priii elj lu-.. micli n- patent leather, morrnco,
buck ami call-klll boiita. Shoe, ulth ,niv
tiic. cork and pump mim, Scotch bottoriH,
anil lievcl eihrc or imv nlber it In vnn wl.n
I am aUn maiiiiracfiirlin; an extra iiiinlily
or laillei' aline. My lil.ileil.il and won.
1 imiiii'IiIp are warranted to lie el the beat, I
am determined in not be undersold lor (be
fame ipcillly ol good.
Ilepalrln doini neatly and on slmri
notice R. .Io.hk.i.
XKV HOOT AJfJ) SHOE ST01(K
AS tin NlKD filth nr. i BOOT,
Cokmf.r or Sivkntii Strkxt A.f II 'Vaii.
CM IIO, ILLINOIS.
W here I liiilte all the cltlens of Cairo
and "iirroHndlns country to call and en II
they cannot ato money, a I will sell rrr
l!.'."'. .' iidiipteil-the old motto, "The
Mmlile I'cmiy llcttcr than the simv Six
:m::e:r,c:e2:.a.:n-i' rr A.iiiO &
No. 104 C0MMKr.CIAL AVKU,
French, Pcot'h and American eaMlmeig
of all colors, and beaver and broad clotlia
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
I cla work miaranteed.
SatUfactio In all ri
r.i:ipvtitti isnil Poplar .,
Inlorrm the public that he basrnsraircu ttie
Isenlcck ofa Flrit-clai tVairon makerand
a r iri-cim iiore siioer ami H ready
to manufacture and rpiirall klmN of wort
in tlila trade with niialr and dUnatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIITWKIN WASIl'N AVKNUK AJTIJ WiLWOT
Dr. B. f. nld Uforma tne public that t ha
; V E it r S T A Ii I. K
en the northwext aide of Tenth atreet at nam
II la H'ablea will be futnlthe.1 irilh none but tha
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
nnd the nubile mav be accoinmoil itf.il ni ni.
hour of tho day and night with safe teams
on the loueit teniH.
Dr. Field ak a share of public patronago
am will cmleaor to merit It by fair dealing
and nrlct attention to hii-l
NEW YORK STOKE,
'HOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VAHIJCTV STOCK IN THE CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth aircctitad Com
0. O. PAT1EII
W'ACk.i M A N U 1' A CTO R V
Salo nt Wholosalo or
COIlNER 32l).TUEKT AND OHIO LEVE
' M III.K
HEM IS, HROWN ,t CO.,
Auents Home Cotton Mills
NO. 60 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dealer inSVindow Siiadeh,
Wall Papkb, Pons White
Lead, Li.vueed Oil,
Si-ini" TuR.ttNTIN. qlvs
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
ITMbiDgtoa avenue and EIMnth street,