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THE CTRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1873.
DUN II. ODKRlr, Kdltor and Publisher
TK11M8 OF TUB DAILY BULLETIN :
rno WMk, by curler I 25
mo year by carrtor, In sdvanco 10 00
Ine.year by carrier II not pld In
advance. l2 00
)n tnonUi, mall , 1 W
'Diet months 3 do
Ina vtar . 10 00
THE D0I.LA.lt WEEKLY BUMJCTIN
John H. Oberly has reduced the subscrtp-
Ion price of too WMttT Cxno uolmtik
o One Dollar per annum, aaklng It the
neaport paper published In Southern llllnol
JOBQI Kwaed runniroBTof New
York bu accepted tho position o( minis
ter to Russia.
Firrr thousand American! will wandor
jvsr Burops the present summer, and rail
Iloni of money will be pont by them
while they are there.
SaLoojc-khtkbs pay eli bundrod dol
Uri a year license In "Waukogan, and few
of them quit the business, which speaks
well for the drinking capacities of tho
A lrtt roncfrAtiman.it Is said,
... nf tVm Indlrnatlon created by
ih. Wr r.r affair, until bo bad spont bli,
and hi it now trying to borrow tho amount
la etitt to return It Into the troaiury,
GiK. Dayis enters on tho work of con
querlng tho llodocs with a will, lie
found the soldiers dishoartened by tbolr
ill lUCCeli and tho disasters tbey had sus
t&lned, but ho hai Inspired tbem with new
courage ana It Is aUogothcr probable that
the Jlodocs will now bo whipped, if It
Ukci all summer to do It.
Tat remains of Chief Justice Cbaee
were burled in Got. Cook's lot In Wash
ington city, on "Wednesday noon, the
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K ouriai Doing sirictiy private, ui. uu,
Oor.Sprague and a few intimate friends
of the deceased being present. It is tho
intention, at somo future day, to romovo
the body to Ohio, where repose tho re
mains of his two wives.
Htr Wakd Bieciieh baptised a
Vaby in Plymouth church tho other day,
atd mado tho ceremony the occasion of
prstehlng a sermon, or indulging in a dls.
couie rather on matrimony in general and
tales in particular. Tho rovorend
frad entertains somo Woodhullian
thirles on the baby question, and is not
bwward in propounding them.
UK two Springfield papers have a lit-
tl misunderstanding about the salary
gb. The 'Register' donounccs the grab,
I tho 'Journal' apologir.os for It sny
t : "These rascals are not so bad ; they
bouU not, ha damned ; other rascals In
.no past have grabbed In tho same way."
lit. lvgi., u. 6wt)U, uauuu ui luu
'Journal' offlco sometime ago. Hosmllodon
Phillips, told Baker ho looked better than
he had over before soon him look, and
casually remarked that any remarks about
the salary steal was a blow at tho Kepubli
can policy of reconstruction and would In
ovltably lead to a disruption of the Union.
, norenpon Phillips, who Is as bland as
Colfax and as smooth as olivo oil, smiled
back at Logan, and Baker bad a patriotic
impulse as violent as It was sudden. Sinco
that time, need wo say, the 'Journal' has
been patriotically a defender of tha salary
AS EXPRESSION OK DISGUST.
"Wo could not express, without a groat
deal of trouble, tho depth and width and
height and thickness ot our disgust. Need
we add that we are disgusted with tliu
city council, it nas given us poor
printers a world of trouble. The 'Sun'
and Tux, Ucllitin bavo been laboring
lor years In the Interests of the city,
eking out a precarious livelihood by hard
work. It is truo we havo occasionally
turnea aside to throw mud balls at each
other, but we bolievo there has been no
malice in the attacks or In the return
charges. "We know we entertain not one
unkind sentiment toward Mr. Davis.
ana we ao cot hesitate to say that,
in our opinion he is the only man of our
acquaintance iwho could havo taken the
' " " " ' " VII U.
I 'Sun' at the time be dl.l .ml ,. ,.
. I ' J IUWO it
v "it-eusiaining. Uis industrimd ptuck
gave mm success. We know that
have been charged with much money
( inakiag.but we know alio that.although wo
if hive made some money, we have not been
t gathering it In by the basketful as some
I .,9m 10 beli9'. and-but let the futuro
I tell its own tale. We havo said this for
the purpose of complaining about the
council. The city is willing to encourago.
, In a pecuniary rnknurKl.tr.rm '
locate here, and yet the members of th8
rmiinr.ii, aca loo many ellitens act as
"y manufacturing establish
merit In it,. i. . ..
... .v, u(o puouc enemies to
b'luppres.ed-M If printing office, and
ir proprietors should U attacked from
mrecHon. "ifiat will Uat&i
i4u, or -uazetie,' or uulliti,"
-igjmeat taai win Kin any measure
in mis cuy, no matter how wise or ne
waaary U may It. THE liVLlmx
trrl of thta. mt .... I ..
, MV. nB uvf)0 lno 01rj(jr ptl
. t soau not cot anybody's
A':"''"! PJMicea of the
" " " ''r price fur the ser.
rice, we furnish tho city, and wo don t
7. vpj tw ne city treaiurv an in,
P"oission to Uvo that hon.
HONEST TOM I10UTON
Mr. Tbosnaa Jefferson Bouton
JM..boro'Oaetl.,.U suff.S ! om h
m. ...... .tt.v .t,- t ' B lrom the
mo uonestoro 'Ad...
Iter.' TbM little Journal, here ,
ofth. gentloit of papers, hu
npon Mr. Thpma. with u?,
ylnri irunu boAtlnir and
U fixed. n cbargei-tfaat i'
Uea Attemntlnir tn
08V OUt Of Lis utnnulln. l.u ..
Olro and St Louli iuiiroad compiny.and
out to thai
and child, of Jonosboro, together
with all and singular tho heredita
ments therounlo belonging, hut
this cannot be true. Honest Tom
wouldn't do such a thing. Ho Is
llkeC.-mr. lie would rather wrong Mm-
iriWthtn wrnntp aav man or woman
child, unless ho could see beyond
Injury an honest .'penny which might be
by him honoslly obtained) and, evon
then, the wrongs ho might do would be
donoby him with a tear In his gcntlo eyo,
moro In sorrow than In angor. Wo can't
bellero the 'Advertiser.' It has donn him
a great Injuitlco has wounded htm In n
Ws) tremble for 11. Must he at last go
down? In this moment of his greatest
tribulation, wo sympathise wtth him, and,
If we could, would have the cup pass from
him untasted. lie has been in his treat
ment of us, Inoffensive person that we
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are, a deciueuiy mean leuow, as no um
been In his relations with everybody else
except those out of whom be could make
an honest penny and himself; but for
ail that, wo have a soft sido for Honest
Tom. He don't mean to be mean, but he
can't bo anything Wo h"'vo known
occasion) on which bo wrestled with bis
evil disposition and tried to overcome it
I .r.n)i wroitled wun wo anrei, out, we re
gret to add, poor Thomas was overcomo
erorv time. After awhile, we nopo, lie
may gain new strength and at last como
off victorious In other words, become a
fair nnd truthful man. If that event
should over happen wo shall embrace our
friend with all tho fervoncy of great re
joicing, and look forward In confident ex
pectation of the speedy dawning or the
IS IT SO?
Tho 'Sun ol yesterday ovenlng says it
s not true, as stated by The Buli.iti.v,
that it wnt tho duty of the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad company to take care of and
bury Sullivan, who was killed by tho cars
of that company. Tho 'Sun' thus dis
Tho coroner's iury, wo understand, as
woll as tho man himself beforo.he dled,ac-
quitted the company of all blame in the
matter, ana wo can't seo wny tne company
should bo held responsible any moro than
an individual. Sunposo somo stranger In
this city should recklessly attempt to run
across the palh'of an approaching team,
and should -fall, and beforo the
horses could possibly be checked they
should trample him to death, and a jury
were to acquit too driver ol any blame in
in the mattor, would the owner of the
team bo under obligations to take care of
hlrn and seo that ho was decently buried ?
Bo, Mr. jimietin, you Know
better. In this caso, bowover,
it seems that Mr. Johnson
was tho only man who did anything for
tno oouy. air. ,ionnson is not tno com
pany, lie did it wo loam as an Individual,
and all honor to him for it. The question
still remains, was tho city or county
authorities undor any obligations to take
caro oi bis tioay t
Wo maintain our position. It makes
-- 'MfTarence whether tho Illinois Central
liauroau company was ui uibuio mi vuv,
death nf Sullivan or not, if that company
os any of Its employes, In tho prosecution
of their duties, killod him, tho company
must, under tho law, tako caro of him
and bury him. If tho company, as rail
road companies aro now in tho habit of
doing, deny that they are bound by the
law, that Is anothor matter, but tho law is
explicit. So aot to amend section 4 of
chapter eighty of tho Revlsod Stat-,
utea of 1815 provides that if any
non-resident or any other person com
ing within tho definition ot a pauper, not
having money or proporty, becomos sick
or dioa in any county of this state, tho
overseers of the poor or county commis
sioners, shall give assistance and in caso of
death shall bury such poor person. ''And
Wat," Bnes on the law, "all persons com
ing within the provision of this net that
is poor persons who are killod or injured
by any railroad company " cither
by Its agents, employes or servant!
or by any engine, car, or collision
shall be properly cared and suitably mo.
vided for, and, in caso of death, decently
ouried by said company.'1 It makes no
ditlerenco whethor the killing was
accidental or not, the company must
care for the person wounded by tne accl-
aent, and bury hlra In caso of death
Tbo 'Sun' asks, is it fair to make the com-
panydo this when tho company couldn't
avoid killing the man? Certainly. He.
cause the Illinois Central railroad accl-
dor,,.!!.. I,. U..1II ... .
"J "uiiivan mt ngut to mane
""""i own ana rjmiin. lax-pavors of
Alexander county, pay for his caro and
huria ? The road killed him innocently,
but Jones, Drown and Smith didn't kill
dim at all.
" AVE TOLD YOU SO '
"In February, 1872," says the Missouri
'Democrat,' "John Kenaon, a poacoful and
'welLUhavedman, was brutally rnurdored
in t-arondolet. He was attendlne a ball
given by some trade sooloty, wo bollove,
ana tor some words which bare no ovl
uenceof Intentional Intuit, ho was kicked
until insensible, and then thrown from a
'balcony, the fall producing Instant d.ath
'Two parties were arrostod for tho crime,
uu more was a moral cortalnty of the
b'n oi at least ono of them. But an
-tut. i.wyer took tbo case, and, aftor
Mnausiingmiposslbla ploasfor postpone
"icnt, wen; to trial a weok ago. Somo of
'tno most Important witnesses had dlsap.
' poarcd, and several new thoorles for the do-
renso una been worked up. Tbo Jurv
.ft... - l.r. r ...i. . J . I
"nei ronrement, hrougbt in
' verdict of not guilty, and ono of th
'most villainous murderers of the period
v poriuuiea to go unpunlshod, Had
'the trial como off a year aco. no .,,,,
'verdict would havo been renderodj but
'In the Intervening tlmo the avnm ,.,i
' been forgotten, and ayrapatby for tho i
'family of the rnurdored man had ceased
samo crowd that (,.,! . i ,
accused, tha ..... .i. t.i' .,
- ' "... V. .u 1 I.I'M I
doed, were present lo tha court., .n
About fifteen montha . t I a
bruunSdo e8d W Sr
lay, At that tlmo we callod attention to
the fact, and reratndod tho public that
every miirdror who had been arrilgnod
In Cairo had eicapod punishment by do
laying trial and changing vonuo, and we
predicted that Harrison would alio escape
In tho samo way If he were not looked af
tor by ilio pooplo. Delay was oblalhod
and tho venuo was changed to Pulaski
county. HIr trial will take place, It is
said, next weok at Mound City.
Wo anticipate tho result. Wu
shall bo surprised if bo Is not acquitted.
If ho. is,) a very bad man will bo let loose
upon society. That he killod young Swo
boJn in oold blood thoro can bo no doubt.
The deed was wltnted by several lewd
girls, and by one man, who Is known, and
another, a clttxon of Cairo, whoso fair fame
would be ruined If It woro known that he
had been a witness of that bloody tragedy.
Poor Greon of Gooso. Island, who struck a
fatal blow only a few months Ago, has
been tried and conrlelcd. and U now In the
state penitentiary. Ho had no Influential
friends to obtain delay for him. But Har
rison, who Is reckless of conscquonces, a
desporado a bad man who has offered to
assassinate citizens for a consideration,
and who did, finally, In puro .wantonness,
shed the blood of a fellow. being this man
obtained dolay so that witnesses might bo
spirited away, and If he does not escapo
punishment wo shall bo greatly aston
Isbod. If arqulttcd wo havo lltllo doubt
bo will return among us, nnd, Influenced
to doods of murjer by tho, bad man who
have Infljonco over him bad men who, In
office, havo outraged tho people, end out 0
offlco bavo robbed men over tho green
cloth of the faro table used by those
men to revongo their affronts'
ho will again stain his hand
In blotd and givo property to tbo flames.
He Is, as his will-bo omployors aro, lit for
murder, strntagom and spoils. In such a
condition of affairs what Is to be done?
Mutt wo patiently suffer such outrages
upon juttice, see officers quietly allow the
law to bo trampled upon and red-banded
men and cowardly rascals to dominate in
this community? It should not bo so.
If tho protection of tho law falls from the
citizen and ho is left defenseless in tha
presenco of desporadoes and murderers
liko Harrison, tbo time Is noar at hand
when protest will not koep out of uso the
rope of the sometimes beneficent but si-
ways dangerous Judge Lynch.
CHASE, AND THE PRESIDENCY.
It has often been ropoated, the old saw
that times chango and men change wiih
thorn. Almost every day in tho events of lifo
we find verification of the adage. Lately
there happened an vent,a very sad event,
which recalled to our mind forcibly this
true and venerablo saying. A few days
ago Chief Justlco Salmon P. Chaso died
and was buried.
After tho closo of the war of tho rebel-
lion tho Democratic party found itself in
an embarrassing position, and agitation
within its ranks was dally placing now
hnpodltnonts In Its path, A large num
ber of Its Influential leaders rofu.ea iu .a.
vance iroiu ilu position of hostility to
equal rights, and sought to convince the
party that it might again obtain
poworby proachlng tho crusado of casto
and marking its banners snew with tho
legend of "This is a whlto man's govern
'moot." Tho platform which these poli
ticians commended to tho American poo
plo contained but a few planks 1. Down
with tho negro; '-. Repudiation, by indi
rection; 3. Overthrow of tho reconstructed
state governments by bayonet; 4. Tariff
ana iree-trado jumbled; i. Resolutions of
But tbero were men in the Democratic
party who appreciated the fact that the
ropubllc had passod Into a new era, and
that the old party war cries would sound
out of place uttorod among the peculiar
-urrounuings. air. Wilbur F. Storey of
the Chicago 'Times,' was the first Demo
crat In the nation who bad tho courage to
aociaro tho changed condition of political
auairs and advise the Democratic party
"""""'" lu ' propor position as tbo ad
w 1 r t .i-i a.
ivn-.w ui impartial sunrago and equal
rights. A great outcry followed, and
many Democrats who bolioved Mr. Storoy
io oo a sagacious politician and a wise
counsellor in this rogard wero frightened
ui mo movement then beirun win.m
the ranks of the Democratic party gained
now strength each day, until In l6fl u
had hrought tbo groat man of tb0"rartv
tbo baliaf that It
. " " wise 10
nominate Utilef Juttlca Chasu for
nres donor. That mnv,.m
by Mr. Storey, also led tho Democracy into
tho ' now departure" and into support of
Oreeley; hut tho opportunity to make I
bare frnlt r ...
-""wu fi VUUJ
wuuu Mr. unase was sug.
K , ,or ,ao Pre"a8ncv, and Mr. Storoy,
"J ,, ' " "au Por,on' devotion to
. . - ....... , .iuo( tua in ILlt i.nntl..
man s Unanclal fallacy, refused in
III. mil. ..11.1.. . , '
hv viiii nuuiuaiu vi nn rm.ti.t i
.... .""I lit IJKVO
orougoi the Democracv Into nowor i.t-
leading it forward Into tho position the
uaicago iimos' bad declnrcd long before
it iuuit wsupy or aio.
At tllHt lllltft !. .11...!-..,
- u uisiiiicm- wo re
...eraoer --certain leaders of the Damn.
crane party denounced all other Damn
crsu who believed Mr. Chaso should bo
nominated by tbo parly for the r,r.t
,i . . ... -
u'm.'i " rwroanis, uopublicans in dls-
guise, or stupid men without political
luruvii'u. nut umo vlnd catad th.
Cbase men,'1 and II Is with a feelintrof
gr.tiucauon we rcmombor that wo
.1.1 .... . a - -
one oi me dead statojmn'. ...t
in lest than four months after th
fortunate nominations of tho Now Ynrw
couveano, iuo Impression boeamo
oral that it would have
bettor If Mr. Cbnsn
been mado the nominee,
Blair, as soon u ,0
leisure to survey mo political ilubl .r...
his nomination as tho candldato for vico
prosiuent, exprossod a wllllncnoss to win,
. . . . wu
draw ffom tho t,ckBli nd tho Octo
elections .urged the withdrawal nf
Seymour and the substitution of Chase
y Vle, .SIS
hiodr '; ..
V"" vf hfrv luur. wn UIi llili Ihilatk.
' miavtt I
or a uoitbt ho would have iwi eiciu
That he would have made tbo greUit
of tho prosldonts tho universal U itlmony
of the press nnd People of tho rnuntry
now assorts. And certainly Mi adminis
tration would not havtf done vlolenco to
tho principles of the Democratic party. It
would have restored poar to the South,
madotho.lliianccs of Hie country healthy
and reetorod confidence throughout all
the borders of tho republic
ENT EnrRISE SAY iNGS
sifter I Barf bl. t'
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11. SAKFOUD. President;
a. e. TAl I.OH, Vice-President;
U. UYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. lUteur,
P. H. BTOcaniTH,
K. 11, CrUMHOBlB
pin. 0. Scnoa,
DepoitU of susr Amoant Hc Ivadf rons
Tss Cesetsi Upwnrtl.
INTEREST pud on dlposlts kith rate of alt
j. percent. pr annum, .much hi ana tttptnm
brr lfll. lotareitaot withdrawn 1. r.ddrd lmm..
iiatlr to Ih principal of lb depnilto, lhrt bj
sianaian womkjt ahd cniroaxir mat
0 TBAT 0 ORB IUI Cm CW IT.
Opn itj bUiln. djr from a.m. to S p.m
and Baturdaj e?r..nJl r ha VINO DEPOSITS
onl,, from I to o clock.
u w. utblop. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
B A. XT "EC.
1 1.1,1 AO 1 1
W. P. JUU.1UAY, Preitdett ;
I1ENHT I.. flALI.IDAT, Vic.-Pr.tdnt
A. B.HAPKORU, Cashier
WALTER HTSLOP, Anl.Ua CWiIrr
Bun L. Hiu.mil.
W. P. UlLUDlT,
Gio. I). Wituimiii,
BsebAssge, Cola ssssd Oalted StalM
Bossd BooRht susd Bold.
IiJP09IT9 repaired, aad
a tenoral banklci
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. MlLLF.n, President.
J. M. 1'illLl.ll'rt. Vlce-l're-Uliia,
ClIArt. Ut'NNlsoiUM, Cukhler.
OOLLEOTIONS PHOMPTLY MADE.
T7XCIIA-"?K, cola, bask ootos and VntUi
AJi oiii tecurillea bought and sold.
Isstrat Allowed up Tlnir DrioISl
On Eighth atrcat, heiwaan Commercial an-1 Wash
EKiun ATanuea, la dallr recalTlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SPHIN'Q AND bUMUKK BTYLKB,
Heaidas a lull floe of
BOK1TBTEJ &c HAT3
ITrimroed and nntrimm.il, JS
r kENCH KLOWEK8. RIBBONS, TRIMMINGB
of all Icloda, Laeea, etc., to.
Mra. McOaa haa alio a larga Miortmant
ib, milt;,.., SUCH U
.... . ..-j .. j, i .i n( j
And all other artiolea utuill; loond In a
KIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee, In addition to her stock ol
fancy and Millinery Good, hai a fine and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
luauu Muici' unu jusscs- snoen and Chi
urens tiootn, jllack and in Colors. These
arcuKKjiowieuKCd to ue me nnet and best
ever in tho market, and tbU U the only
mi, ;it, tuut lunitus tufin a fjicciaity
C'OMMl WWIOA M EKC'IIAXTH.
AltN'OLD & '.MYEUS,""
Com m i shio n Merchants
Ollk'O (for tliu nrpkPiii
ut lkc Waldc
Are nretiarcil to nell nil kimK
fit fillntlnn js nti r...,...tLl,... v
uM w uis LViuiijiB-iuil, 4Il sjlll.
MATHUSS 4 UHL,
Commissi on Merc hantb
1AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN li. PHLLI3 & SON,
(fluecassors to John B. Phlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
A,lour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
POHWARDINQ and COMMISSION
Bli (IHst TSS.
DEALERS IN FI OUR;
lad AgMM of
OUtO UTAH AMU KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvrk,
COFFEY, PACK & CO.,
' O B W A H D I Sf it
A N D
FI.OUH AND COUNTRY l'RODDCE
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER & PARKER,
HT1 1 ..
uKAuuHtj la FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roa FAIRBANKS SOA LES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. UXINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT i
And dealer in
I.ime. Cimk.vt, Plaster, Hair, Etc.
t7V"I iv it I , .n t , , ...
auuiug ircignt. 4-2.U
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Ruccsaaon to K. B. Hendrlcts AOo.)
Forwarding and ComraisBion
SjsC Liberal Adrancemeula made
ssF upon OoDalgomesta. Ki
Are prararad to reoelva, a to re and lorward
frafghta to all pofnle and bur aad
sell on commiaiion,
S-Dualneaa attended to priimptlr;
l'E T li R U U Jl L,
No. ao onto i.i:vt:t:,
9. I. A vinH.
A V KRS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Caiho, Illb.
WOOD RITTENHOW5 & RRO
General Commission Merohin'
188 OHIO LIYII,
ILlWSiNTRAL R R
KlRhty MIlDi theatiortoet Bonlti
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF OAKH
FROM CA1KO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONE Cl!ANOF.,OF CAltfl'
OM CAIRO Tt) I
Cliiclhnall, i- IIhdhpi., ToUli, '
tMlrolt, I'lrri'liind, .MRr rlti
llulWo, ruiliilK, Whlnl'.n,
Ualtlmnre, PhlU'lrlphlii, Now rnrk,
llonlnu Mid nil point mil.
MllwiuMf, J.n- l!l, lUIIon,
l.iCtOiff , m. I'iiuIiuJ all polntp ii'nth.
liusir nlrn iI.h ril)ililil r'tlrto
tWalnr, Hlnof.ilnijtnn, NjiriiiKKM,
IVorl, qulncy, KVikiik,
Hurliogton, K.H'k M.mif, U folk.
Mrndou, )i ion, Krrport,
llalrna, lntuu, .-linn lly,
Ou.li in. I n t-l nt nnrlhwrat,
Kleirant Drnving Itoom Sloeplng Ca"
On all Night Trains.
nfig Chr'k-d in all Important point..
Kor llcknti aiidlufurmatum, appljr lo f. C. It. II
dapot Ht airoi jd boanl trio tmnut atramar L
turau Co umbu tod Cairo, and at tne prlnslp
rallroa I tick oflcaa throughout the aouth.
W. P. JOHNSON, 0dM "a.a. Aa't. Chka0
A. Mitcuiit, rjn'l Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
Sl'KINOFIELD A N D 1 L.LI N OIS
SOUTHEASTERN R R.
On and after Monday, April J4th. 1S72
trains will run as follows:
Tiilii ani aocrntitr.
.?' Vlrslnia e to . m
, .' Tarlorrlll lo ........
Aril to at Pana. u.sg ,
.. 6. "
. S.tl '
taaiaa ooikd Roatawiar,
....J. 35 a. ra
Uye P.na i.i., tn,
" Ialorlllf s.so " .,
Arrive atspringfleld.e.tl " ,.
Lata apnnneld 6.8 ' .,
Arm at Virginia 8.6 ..
SOUTBKRH I) I V I a I o .V .
tii oome aectniiaT,
Ly KJirwood .J.30 a. m. - ...10.10
" Flora s.R ' n.w
Arrlra al Hhawnrafn .31 s u
) 'A 'A
JOHH SITES), Proprlai...
10 Oommsroial Arenua, CAIRO, ILLINOIK
Baatbrandof Oalifo. aacigu.ju recahvj,
IIII.I.IAHD aalonn ftirnlahnil n,t, k. t ...
"iuu oar suppueu wu
and clars of thenost brands
of tables ; and bar supplied with wines, Hmior
Mills P 1 (f SB. Tid nr t h a m ai.s V.k.I..
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, th and 6th streets,
MEALS AT ALL IIOUR3.
A flue new Dlnlm. iiuii ,.-i.i,
Restaurant, ami tin,
requisite lor thclraccomodatlon.
Til K HILL OK FARE
tbo tea?n eVCry 'ub't8n"ll "' Jellcacy of
l Mippllud with the
I CHOICEST LIQUOKS.WINES & CIGARS
tSTMlxod driukti prepared with care.
j ST. NIOHOLAS
HARRY WALKKR .
DANIEL LAMPKRT '
Kiobth Bt,, Bt. Com. ft Waijl, -CAIRO,
Our Homo Advertiser.
And buy jour
j ."BOOTS 3 I-X 0-33 S
S'ur.Triilli Mrrrl nii.l S'onii, UI A.
Mill IIOU' llli'tlnrnil .........r- . .
. ,.-.-..i. iii.iiiiii:, iiirfi hi
Hlrk and rail., kin l,oit fiMll... Willi box
niiillii'M lcli;.. in-any other .mi uiunlth,
1 m fil.o loaimlarliuliitf nn ,..ra ..iiallly
if laillr, dm.-. Jj tiMlcitnl ami UorL
limii'litp arc warianlnl to l- n le liet I
am ilcirrmliieil to not l, timlfrsoM for'ihu
i-aiue iti.illtv ol (fiiinl., "IU
noMrp"''1"8 ''' a,l,lIn, ."''"H
NEW HOOT AjLVD SHOE STOKE
AtlhrNlin orthr Uf.n BOOT,
COHNBR OK SlVKNTII StKKT A.V1) WASH.
CM HO, ILLINOIS.
yhcre I invite all the citizens of Cairo
anil surrounding country to call and v: If
i....f """'" ' "'"lie, an win aeii ory
' ',5, a. oiitcil the old motto, ''The
Mmble 1'vriny U UutU-r than IheHuW Six.
S. S. SJATHON
ir i:!rveiith nml Piiiltr Si
I Informi the piihllc tint ho ha-enu'cil tUe
nice, of a nr.t.ol.ti VBtfUn iiiaki riind
I alio a Hr-t-clask Horse dhoer and lareadv
! J0 mantifai'ture ami epairall kinds of work
Inthlitraiht with upalr and dl patch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
Ill's AVKHUX AND WALNU7
P. FiH toformi (n nut, I in thl ha .
l l V K It '' S TA H I. E
' on lb nortlmeat aide (if Tenth atreet at nam
Ilia fiablea will be fiirnlibad with Bone but tb
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be nrrommoil.itod at aU
t Iiouri. of tho day and night with ssfe teams
mi iiiu inn i-.t lunil8.
Dr. Klelda a.ka chare nf public pMronatro
and will endeavor to merit It by f.tir dealing
and strict attention to buil
NEW YORK STOxtrJ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROIsr VAHIITT STOCK IN TUE CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlntnth irltssti Costs
0. O. PATIKIt
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail.
OOKNER 320.BTREET AND OHIO LEVM
BEMIS, BROWN & CO.,
AllE.NTri II O.Mr'. COTTON MlI.I.S
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo.
I J V 1 1 I'tia II- n
"" I.MIOW HIIAIiES,
Wam. Pai'eb, 1'uitE White
Leak, Linseed On.,
Sl'IKITfl TUIII'ENTI.VE, Oi.ue
iiKMAc, Alcohol, Ktc, Ktc.
Washington avenue and ICIovenlli Mrcc't,
0a,". - Illinois
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is proparaJ to aWJj,lfullr?,n' ""h th
PITTSBURG ANp ILLINOIS
SMasera at tnv ho.T, "