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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1878.
JjUS U. OUKULY, KJIl..t nJ Publisher
TERMS OF TI1K 1AIL fULLETLN :
Od week, by carrier 9
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One year by carrier It not pitd In
advance. '2 00
Vne month, by mill 1 00
Three month 3 00
8li months f' 25
One year 10 00
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY IttJl.UKTlN
John H. Oberly ha reduced the subscrlp
Hon price of the Wkkkly Cairo Hcllktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
ctiHipntuoir p l II14 I In Southern Illlnol
"Modockrt' Is tne nmo given by a
Chicago pper to tho Indlm war now in
progrcii In Oregon.
Tut 'Sun don't talk iti disgust with
the council but acts It. The 'Sun' has ro
tired, and wc are pricking our trunk to
to follow our neighbor.
The Cincinnati 'Enquirer, Chicago
Times' and LaimviUo 'Courier-Journal'
contain sensational hoaJo written tv head
geniuses. They are racy.
Tns way the 'Mun' goes for Alderman
flfxby It a tin. It annihilates him with
torrent of sarcasm woop down on him
ai it wero, and leave not a gremttpol he'
hind. Hut, iiatij-still llvss, a monument
of good vcuIi and an easy conscience
Tins 'Sun' iy, "an ndvertlsomont con
'talnlng leu than 100 words is considered
by tbo courts ai 100 words." Whit of
It? An advertliemont, making lest thnn a
sqaaro, is conel-lored Uy tbo courts m a
square. The thing l n wde a It Is
Tnis it tbo IfiDguaco in which Mr. Luce,
of tbo Carbondalo 'Observer,' tolls his
readers of a visit ot Mrs. Myra Bradwoll
to tho ofllco of that paper; "Our sanctum
has been made sunnier than over, and the
' ecboos ol tho cheory music of a woman's
' mirthfulness, lingers round it all!. Wo
' have received a more than pleasant call
' from the editress of the Chicago 'Legal
News." Good Lord, what can bo wrong
Port Cousty was tne sceno of a terri
bio affair last week. A division fence was
tbo cause of a difficulty between two
farmers named Grimrnot and Vundegriff.
Grimrnet met Vandergriffand demanded
a settlement threatening bltn with a
thrashing if it was not accorded. Vande
griff procured a double-barrolled shot-cun
nd discharged the contents Into the per
son of Grimrnet, who died from the effects
of the assault last Saturday. Vnndogriff
who was arrested, and released on bail, has
Til Springfield 'Register,' l'oorla
Mournil,' and several othor papers in this
state, demand that tho Domocrucy shall be
organized on a frco-trndo bi. Tho
limocMic party has never been n freo'
trade party. It has been ''Good Lord,
good Uovil, on this question. Why not,
therefore, allow tho JJamocrutic nnmo to
rest In poce, and organize n new p:irty on
the free-trade basis? Is tho nnmo of rnoro
coniequenco than the success of the prln.
ciple of anti-protection (intl-patornnl
Tiif. Ohio constitutional convention!
now in session at Oolumuu, It character
ized by a correspondent us an incongruous
and illy assorted assembly. Fully
one-halt of them aro old men
politicians and ghosts of public function
aries, who havo bcon on tho retired list
for the last twenty years, while n good
portion of the remainder are of that class
of people whom you are always running
Hgainst In public lifu ami eternally
wondering now the u 1 tuev over
came to get there.
Our friend L. O. Harrti, Esq ,of .Mound
City, insists tnat Morton will he the sue
cessor of Chaso on the suprome bench.
Morton is tho most formiduhlo competitor
President Graut has for tbe presidency,
and it Is possible tbnt tho president may
get hlra out of the way by hiding h!m un
der the robes of tbe chief justice. Wo havo
no doubt President Grant will be a candi
date for re-election. Ho in desirous of
serving a third term, to fill the measure
of his ambition. Morton is a rival, and if
he will consent he III be bonulit off in
this or some other way.
Tne picnic seasons has been Inaugura
ted in soma localities. Tho DuQuoin
'Tribune' in giving an account of ono
which took place in tbnt vicinity lately,
concludes as follows; .W') excursions
' as this help to smooth th roughness of
life's journey and we should havo moreof
ttlftm nStflnw (Via pnmln- i
O '"ft -m. i i
toe tribune' is correct, If picnics did help
la smooth thoroughness of life's journev
Mt have tbem by all means, plenty of
thera. Anything so cheap and so easy to
be got at as a picnic, which help to
smooth tho roughness of life's journey
should be encouraged by all means.
Tne New York 'Tribunu' forcibly ssys .
Mr. Chase's record presents no stumbling-
Mock In tho wuy of the young and ardtr.t
His blameless life can baro tbe light ro-
nectw upon It by bis great achievements,
needs no reserves or concealments. In
ry social and domestic relation he was
"ut blemWb. Amid all tho wide cor
of tie tlmo, and tbo wider babble
bis name remains as whlto and
drives' bulonged to some hero
Intor M h flrmi consistent
th).lslUocorife'lng bis faith
lng to religious matters tbo
tor eft- which showed be consld
7 chief of human concerns.
'xnttr story In'.our annals than
,oti strenuous and coherent life ;
rat moral gladiator, upright and
,for heaven and men, lighting the
A Igbt faithfully ll bUdays, and pus.
,1 last from the summit of earthly hon
,rtlnt lht Infinite pic ofOod.
Tru Massachusetts legislature, has
changed the method of swearing wit
nesses in. court. Tie law as It now stands
leaves, It to the witness, an J not to the
court, lochang th usual form. If the
witness assert that any peculiar form is In
his opinion more solemn and obligatory,
the oath must be administered in that
form. Heretofore witnesses, except Qua
kers and Catholics, have Leon sworn with
the simple ceremony of the uplifted hand.
Quakers were permitted to affitm, and
Catholics wero forced to swear as tho
Judge directed. The new statute permits
the largest liberty in this particular.
A rniiNn writing to us says, ' your best
'friends In this vicinity aro in hopes that
'lieforo tbo year has paitod away they
'may aceusoyou of dovotlon to tho old
'Democratic party." We may bo very
short-sighted, but wo firmly bollovo, and
nro willing to tako tbo consequences
of tho tiollof, that tho days of tbo oM
Democratic party are numbered. Wo be
Hero it will not again unfurl its banner In
Illinois. Ilut thero will be thero must
be n party which will glvo battle to tho
powerful organization which stand ho
hind Gen. Grant, an organization which
has fastened upon the government tho
ovlls of monopoly and patornal govern
ment. The peoplo are already awakening
to the necessity of political action to pro
tect their rights from tho power of con
contrated capital, and thoy will soon forco
the Radical party Into defeat, If tho old
tlmo Democratic politician, redolent of
Ilourbonism,do not obtrude Into the move
merit and seek to bring it Into tbe Held
undorthe namoand banners and leader,
ship of the "old Democratic party."
ONE HUNDRED WORDS!
The '.Sun asks, in a very mysterious
manner, what aro 100 words? Wefuol for
tbo distress of our neighbor, and wish to
enlighten bim on this all important mat
tor. When wo read tho question in tho
Sun' wo woro nonplussed. Wo couldn't
answer tbe conundrum, and In tho firm be
lief that Alderman Uixby, who had on
glneorcd tho 100 worJ riddio through the
council, could answer the question, wo
called upon him, and asked him. as a
friend, wbat 100 words woro. Tho ques
tion seemed to startle tbo alderman, and
for a moment wo were fearful we had ex
posed tome momontous Musonia secret.
Looking around mysteriously tho portly
Uli by placod bis rigbt linger on his lips
to imlicato his desire that we should
say no more, grasped us win bis loft
band by tho right arm, lod us to tbo rear
of hit well-stocked grocory and got us be
hind a door. Ho then whispered in our
ear: "1 would not tell this to many per
'sons, but 1 beliovo lean trust you with
' the socrot. I assuro you thut 100 words
'are HO words!" Alarmod at the dread
ful revelation wo broko from his grasp,
rushed out of tho store, flod on the wings
of tho wind to Tin Bulletin oflico,
locked oursolf in tbe editorial room and
there have remained over sinco. We
hope tbo 'Suu' is satisfied. Wo are.
l'OOK SUSAN EI1K11II AltDT.
A sympathetic wrltor in tho Memphis
'Appeal' takes up tho case of "poor Susan
' kbcrbardt," hung in Georgia on tbo sec
ond dHy of May, an accomplico of Enoch
Spann in tbo murdor of his wifo. "Poor
'Susan" was only ninolcen years old, and
all she did, nccurJing to her own con
fession, ws. to hold a light and faandkar
chlof while Spann choked his wifo, a help
ers Invalid, to death. Tho light was to
enable him to do the deed moro deftly
than bo would have been able to do in tbo
dark, and tho handkerchief was to put In
tor mouth If alio had been unreasonable
and provoking enough to inako an outcry.
hen tho deed was accomplished
"poor Eusan" and Spann laid down
to rest for three hours, and thon went to
gether to view thn rosult of thoir work-
They found a red mark about the nock of
tho wlto. They felt thit It would arouso
suspicion, So"poorSuan" and pann fled
from tho placo togMbor. Kroi the bo-
ginning, sho was a not unwilling ac
complice in tho murder of an innocent
woman whoso offense was that sho lived
when hor husband and his partner in
crimo desired hor death. Susan Eborhardt,
as a woman, was to bo commiserated; but
sox has no crime, And she desorvud to ex
piate her part in tho misorablo deod of
tho killing of Mrs. Spann as fully as
Spnnn merited tho ignominious fate which
Tho Milwaukee 'Nows' gives currency
to tho roporl that President Grant was
drunk during hit Excolloncy'i late vWt to
Wisconsin. "Wo am mre," says tho
'Nows,' "that tbo presidential carousal at
' Lako Geneva In this state, last Tutoday
' was as bad as a dose of back pay to sov
'oral hundred Walworth county Iladicals
' who went to tbo lake in thu coumo of tho
' day to seo tho man who they proferrod
' for president over Horace Greeley.
' Tbnro is no particular reason wby wo
'should mince matters in speaking of it
' President Grant was disgustingly drunk
' during tbe day, and the disgraceful fact
was made known by personal observa
' tlon to tho solid ilopubllcan
farmer, county teachers, vil-
' lagers and others who gratified their ou
'rloslty to seo a live prcsldont. Thoy
'unlvenally say they never want to seo
' another one In that condition."
This fastidious temperance spirit
which requires tho president a),
ways to bo sober ought not to
betoloruted in a free country. Tho prcsi
dent is a man, and any man bos a right to
get drunk when he wishes, if his wife
don't object. Of courso Grant drinks,
and occisionally gets drunk; but didn't
many of tho presidents wuo havo cone be
fore bim got drunk? Wby should ho bo
required to always remain sober? Tho
men who ask this sacrifice at his hands
ure unreasonable, and thero can be no
doubt are copporboads of tbo basest kind
This gentleman, has, within the last
year, placod himself among the most
prominent candidates for the presidency.
has been, and Is, a Republican, but
bit lVipubllctolstn has beta so tampered
with moderation and marred with honesty
that it has had the appeaarnco of old tlmo
patriotism. He It was who, fearless of
consequences, not caring whether tho blow
fell upon bis own party or his political
enemies, leaving tbe speaker's chair In
tho homo, and putting Into It o Democrat,
moved to r also the committee of investiga
tion, which uncovered the rascalities of
Credit Mobllierlsm, and proved tho rank
corruptions of tho Radical party. His
conduct iti reference to tho back poy swln
dlo was also that of on hnnesl man, n man
who has no business in tho ranis of tho
men who aro using tho power of tho gov
eminent to rob tho peoplo. On On
tario' ho Is fur In advance of the KepuMI
can organization, being n rovonuo re
former who has nchlovod tho honorablo
position of having tbo hostility of nil tho
Pennsylvanlan politicians, who aro ear
nestly dovotcd to tho doctrine of proleo
Taken All in nil, Illnlno I a good innn.
Ho has demonstrated tho fact that ho is a
sagacious politician. We beliovo he is tho
only man tho Republicans can nominato
for tbo presidency who can bo olocted, pro
vided tho Opposition which is now develop
Ing throughoutthocotintry and which will
unite In n new organization before 187(1
act with wisdom. If n Republican is to be
president after Grnnt we hope lllalne may
be tho man, but wo belicvo he is too hon
est a mAn to bo selected by tbo leaders of
that dcaylng party.
it UI NED.
Wb learn from tho Columbus Dispatch
of the lfith Inst., of an outrage very
properly called "fiendish," porpetratod by
a innn named -UcUuIro on tho person of
a young lady named Pfacobo Hammond,
who was on bur way alono from Modln,
Tonnesse, to this county, wboro sho In
tended to rosldo with her uncle.
Tbo unfortunato girl had been placed
by hor friends at Medln under the caro o
Mr. Troy, a conductor on tho Mobllo and
Ohio road, with Instructions to seo her
safely on the transfer packet for Cairo on tbe
arrival of tho train nt Columbus. Troy
either purposely or accidentally, placed tho
girl on tho Iron Mountain railroad train.
Soon after Troy left her she was ap
proached by Willis J. McOuiro, latoh
employed as conductor on tho road, who
told her she was on tho wrong car, and
that If sho would go with him ho would
conduct bor to tho proper coach, In which
sbo could pursue her Journoy. Novor
suspicting tho villlanoiis intent of
McGuiro, tbe ignorant girl accompanied
bim. McGuiro took hor to an onpty
coach to which ho bud previously obtained
a koy, and as sho entered, to violently
seized, and overpowered her, and out
raged her person in a worse than brutal
Tho facts of this outrago coming to tho
inowledgo of Mayor Hubbard, of Colum
bus, ho telegraphed to Corinth,. Migsisslpp!pto
which place McOuiro had gono,and bad tbo
rascal arrested. Ho then advanced money
to tend the girl thoro in chargo of Mar
shal Taylor and Mr. T. li. Prlco, to con
front tho accused with her testimony.
A requisition on tho governor of Mis
sissippi bus been made, and McGuiro will
probably reach Columbus to-morrow. Ho
richly deservos tho bailor if bo is guilty
A MEAN ATTACK.
Tbo Curbondsle 'Observer,' edited by
n man who professes to bo a Ood-feuring
man of tho cloth truthful and hon un
influenced by a clique hoUilo to Judge
Crawford, makes upon that gentleman a
moan and cowardly attack. Jit ask, re
ferring to Judge Crawford: "Will the
1 farmers of tho '25th Judicial district elect
' a railroad director for thoir judge?'
How did Judge Crawford becomo a di
rector of tho Cairo and St Louis rail
road? The peoplo of tho cities and
counties had subscribed large sums of
money to aid in the construction of the
i i .. . .
ruau, aim unnor a sine law it was pro
vided that the governor should appoint
for each of thu cities, towns and countle
thus subscribing monoy, a diro:tor, to be
nominatoa ty tno people of such city,
town or county, so that tboso directors,
tho representatives of tho people, might
seo mat the money subscribed by the poo
plo should boproporly applied. Judge
Crawford was appolntod as tho represent
ative of the peoplo of Union county on the
board of directors of tho Cairo And
St. Louis road, to look after thoir intorest
to hoo that tho money was properly ex-
pondod and tho contract mnt"o with the
ieuiie was lauuiuiiy executeu. llu re
ceives no pay for his labor. All tho ex
penses, which havo resulted from hi'
position as director, ho ha paid out of his
own pockot, and the moment the road la
completed as soon as tho contract with
tho peoplo has been complied with, J ml go
orawiord anit all tux rest of tbe people's
directors, will drop out of uiistonco, and
tho builders of tho road asiumo Its man
agement. "Tlicso aro facts," as our friend Shores
says, and wo ask if it Is tiot decidedly
mean to urgo that, becauso Judge Craw,
ford, to accommodate tho pooplo of his
county to look after their interest ac
cepted, at a great porsonal and considera
bio pecuniary sacrifice, tho appointment
of director of this rnilroad company, tho
fact should bo twisted into a rop'roach
against bim? If anybody but a preacher
had made so moun a charge wo would
have attributed it to tho promptings of a
depraved and wicked heart.
John Q. Harman. Chae. Thnipp
JOHN Q. HAKMAN 4 CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Norlti Cor, ulHtU sit. and Ohio
Solo authorized agents for the silo of I. c
railroad lands In Alexander imi i,,i..i.i
counties, of which there remain a lareo
quantity unoici. eranracing some of the
ery best lu the country.
Abstracts ot Tltla. (Jonvnvinrlm. n,..
pecUHy. Heal Eatata bought and sold,
mm taxes I'aiO eio.
O strifes I March si, Ihtss.
OITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAKKOKD. President;
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vlce-Preidenf,
II. UYSLOP, Mcnretary and Tieaurcr
P. M. lltacut,
K. II. HlK WI...TH.
Cni. On ions,
II. I'. IUttmit,
II. II, Ct'KMxonm,
J. M, fimtlM
Deposits ol rttsy Auinnnl HXwIved
Tea t enia l'WRrU.
NTKKKST paid oo drpnnllr nt the rale ot ma
percent, per annum, March Island Septem
ber In. Interet ool withdrawn M i.dleM imme
diately tolte princlpHl of Ihe deposits, theretis
gWInx thera compound Interest
MARRICII WOMEN AND C1I1LDAIN MAT
O Tllt 0 0S IUI OIK Dllt IT,
Open eierjr Lupine-' day from t .m. to S p.m.,
and HtaMj y .ag tor BAVINO PEPOSIIt
onl ., from C to o clock,
u'rtl W. 11181,01'. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
)A I HO.
I f . 1. 1 S I ss
VI. V. IULMUAT, Pr.ldeit
ilE.NRT I.. HALLWAY, Vlce-lTeitdf nl
A. H.HAFPOK1), CMlileri
WALTER HTflLOP, iMl.ttn O.uhler-
HriAtt TiVLoa. Rosiar II. Ccmnxuaiw,
fliiat L. IUludat, W. P. HimtiAT,
Oso. I). Williamson, Hitrius Hlap
A. It. Hitritv.
Kxrlmnsr, Cola and United Hint
Honda Boasrhi stnd (Sold.
H JPOSITU received, and a general banklns
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or OA I lt.
It. V. .MtI.t.F.11, l'r-eldent.
J. M. Phillips. Vli-e-Prc-hlcnt.
CiiAs. Cunningham, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PHOMPTLY MADE,
EXCHANGE, coin, tnk Bdlr
Htte securities bought and sold.
Internal 4tlofd on 111110 reirlta.
In Klxlith .Street, between CoinmcrcUlso 1 Wmh
nxton Arenuea, ta aaur reooirmi
SEW iMILLINKRY GOODS
LATKHT ?ritl.VO AND SUMMKR 9TTLKA
Henidea a full line of
BOHSTiTElTS &: HATS
ITrimmod and nntrimmed.JI
r-hENCU FLOWEIIH, IHBBOMd, TRIMMIN'n
of all klnd, Loe, etc., eto.
Mr. Mcflee ha alnn n Iftrun uiartment
ency Articles, HUch "
NECK Tl.W OI.LARH, UNDEhflLKEV'ES
KUf lT. HAMHKM, r ANH,
And all other articles usually louni in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TORK
Mr. McOec. in addition to her ritnek nt
Kntiey and Millinery Ouoiln, Man a tlno and
Complete aHOrtment of Cincinnati Custom
mnile Ladles' anu JIImc' fehoes and Chll
ilrcn' UootK, lllaek and in Colors. Theso
areaexnow leUircil to bo thu t nnt nml lie.t
over In tho market, and this Is tho only
uuu-e iuw cur uiai uiiikos iiictu a specialty
CIOIM IiN10. MKHCIIAXTN.
ARNOLD k MYERii
Commissi o n Merc h a n t s
Oluec (for thu prc-unl) at Ike S'aldo 'e
Onto Lovec, Cairo, Ills.
Are prepared to .cll till kind
at auction or on cninmU-ioii.
l. I). MATnUSK..
MATnUSS A UH1,
C O M M I S 8 I ON M K R C HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUUE
JOHN B. I'HLLIS & SON,
(tJuccsssors to John It. Phlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Oor. TENTU-BT. AhD OHIO LKVH
Jf alN t'KUHN Nisi BET,
CARMI, . ILLINOIS.
Good stabling connected with the house,
and sample room for commercial travelers,
Freo omnibus to and from all trains.
:-6 ud. 3. M, DAMRON, Proprietor 1
oomsummion and rHWABUiiici.
5a1(UDaV BROTH eIS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
n KH 1 II A n TD.
DEALERS IN FJOUR;
And Aeaie of
onto RIVIR ANI KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
COFFEY. PACE & CO.,
a v r-
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limk, Cimknt, Plaster, Hair, Etc.
So 1 . ,
KTI will f-ell In ear ln.nl Intj m mmm
turert price, adding IrelKht. 4-'MI
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(HuocBisors tn E. 11. IlenJrlca i Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Literal Ad?Mic-miul mJ SWf
upon Consignment. Sfw
Ar prirril to receive, store aaJ forward
freight In all point ai huj an'l
fell on oommii-mon,
"DiuiniK atteniled to prnmptlT;
PE T K K C U II L,
MIL IDES' jl3-E2STT,
Wo. ao (lino i.i:vt:r.
3-20 if. OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
S. I). AVKHd. K.J. AYKIt
AVERS & CO.,
ESEHAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No, 78 Onio Levke, Cairo, Illb.
WOOD UITTENHOUSK & BRO
Gj'ioral CotumissioD Morobsn '
183 OHIO LXVIB.
Our Home Advertisers.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
ayssljr MIlMtlselrssrlnst Rrits
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
FKOM CAIItO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONB CHANGE OF CARS
rtf ( i ltj f,
Gioe.ti&MI, !-. Iiatitnoiu. Ti.lssin.
HMtlmnre. , l-hlLdnlpma. NeVvoVk.
nosldn ar.il nil mint nait,
MlUitlVIe, Jaaessllle, M.lon,
l.(.tor, at. I'aul t,it all points nottk
1 1ns in !. tit ci I) dlurt f lilt tn
tiM-Diur, tlloMnlnttlon, htirinrfelil.
'f'"'. iu!ii.:j, Ilnnkuk,
llurlinijt.iri, K.'k I.Un l, U ."Rt.;
MetKlnta, jiuoti, I-riiporl,
tisleoa, lml.u(tm, Moui oltr.
Oniih nii'l nil ilnt nortlmi-.t.
Elo(?nnt Drawing Room Sloepinc Cn"
On all Night Trains.
!lfKH Clieckr-'l 10 all Itnpnrtaut point".
Kor llcketi n. inrormtinB, spplr tn I. C. It.li
ilepolti mro; on tnnt Ihr trin.it tfninrr I
n.S? "i"!"1 ,"' ;lro,aii.l t ttii- prltiolp.
rallrns I tiekrt oBle throiiKtiout tl.f -)Ulh.
W. P. JOIIN-.ON. (n'l fM, Aft't, CliK-.in
A. SIITCHtLI., O, n'l Hup't. t:hlci(o.
J. JOHNSON, AK't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND IL LI NO IS
SOUTHEASTERN R R,
On and aftor Montlay, April Jtth, 1372
trains will run as follows :
1... 1- . ilH"' Express.
Hprlnnld 9io " a-wi "
T."1lo"lll IR " 4
Arrit it rna. M - J,l;.
... Er press. Mali
Leaie I'sna .. ,n 3 S5,( ,
TvloriII 4. SO " . 1 m
Lai Hpnnffifld. a.j ,,
Arriffmt Vltgioi e.6 " ....6.15 "
BOUT II KKN DIVISION.
tiai oolsi (irunir,
L"e K-lgwoed ....10 . tn. ..10.I0 p,
" flora... s,J .ii.to '
ArrlTl Hhwnf . A 11
HTLLIARD SALOON AND BAB
ROOM. JOMW UATIW. IToprleio..
IUS Cnmrnercial Arenne, CAIRO, ILI.INOIt
Het brand of Califs OIgrlu recnlnJ,
IIII.l.l A IH) nolnnr, ft,rr,l-l,.l l. ...
of tah e : and harsupplled with wiues, llmior
and elfarof thene-l hraii ...
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, net, 4th and Cth Mrce t,
MKALS AT ALL HOUIW.
A Hun ni'ir lllnlti.. Illl ,l.i
yenleneo ha been addeil to tlili popular
ItetHlirnnt. ami tlm kii,..i. ..-in i...'. '
requl'ltc lor thelraceomoilatlon.
THE MILL OF FARE
coii.UU of every Niilntantlal ami dollracr ol
the Maon, 1
t"UppIicU with the
CHOICEST LIQU0RS.W1NES &UIG.UIS
J3rMUcd drinks-prepared with care.
j ST. NICHOLAS
Eiohtu St., jjt. Com. & Waiil,
Our Homo Advertiser.
And buy your
SOOTS -A-ITID SHOES
I I?. JONES,
'or. IVnili alri-nlniitl Coniiiifrrlal A.
' M.rlnJ'Jui?"' I"'',,",,,,." inaiHtfa ture al
' hiii'L 11 1 il 1 1 "", l'a,,'"t l'lcr, innrioeo.
lilli'K nil I vutl-'klli ImxiN Sliof ullli linr
';'.. '"fk at. I.... .... HcoMi ). n' n.
I umVl' (,rrnM' ".,l,Cr M ' J"011 I.I.
mnnjlilp r(! warrant-ll to I,,,' ,1 II." let". I
mil detenu tied to not l. undnr.oltl lor tlie
Mine (pi.tllty ol iroods 1
ltei.Mrlii doiio neatly mid on ,tt
"lL It. dONKt.
j NEW HOOT AND SHOE STOKE
AI IlitSl.n nrihr Ri:i HOOT.
, Con.vrii or Skvkntii Srncnisn Waii.
CM HO, ILLINOIS.
Wlicrc I Invito nil tho clllz..ri of Cairo
and leurromidln,: country to t.a an.l, i II
' kZU,' 'm" ''"H't-d "'' "Id motto, fVjli
M111I1I.; I'cniiy Midler than tint Slow 3X
1 ..r , . '"""''. 1 will mil ry
lie old motto, fVjli
'than tint Slow J.
.!. S. MA r.st.
for IMnvesilh unit Pojilsr HI,,
Inlonn- Hip pnlillc tint he ha-cnncen tt)e
ferleeof a Klr-t-cl-iM Wairon tnakcrand
:ilo .1 Mr-t-cM" Hor-e slioer and li ready
to nnntifseture nml epurall kliis or wort
In tlii- trade with nplr and dlptch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HSJTWKES WAall'lf AVK.HU AD WALNUT
Dr. H. r. riM Informs tne public thai he t
on th northtl Mf of Tnth trM ctm
fill l"bU will b farnlsnJ with aeni but the
I BEST HOUSES
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
1 and the pnlilir may he accommodated at al
, hour of the day and night with sale teams
nn thp lliwii.t tnrrntt
Dr. Held a-ka tiire nf public patronstre
and will endeauir to merit It by fair deallat:
and htrlot attentlnn to hui
NEW l'OUK STOith.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARfJIST TAHIXTT STOCK I TltK CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of If Inricrnih alrrai mma Com
C. O. PATlEn
WAG . MANUFACTORY
For Sale nt Wholesale or Retail.
OOHNEn 32D.HTIIEET AND OHIO LXVII
BEMIS, BROWN ic CO.,
A oents Home Cotto.v Mii.lh
NO. s0 Ohio Levee, Culro. llln.
1 Dealeks in Window Siiadks,
Wall Pai-eh, lon White
I Lead. Ll.VRKEn Otr..
Si'iiiiTs TcnrK.vTi.vB, Olue
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Itloventli street,
CAIRO CITY COAL
U rrtpKred to snrr1, ""V""'1' llh Hi
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
mtiiEltS I! at HUldav Dros. offlee 7
5vfv, or at the Coal Yard below thi
IftoSS . rfot-lsjtll receive promp .Ttin!
linn T" TU ''MoITADI WIU brlM Ml
swDtt" 40 Mmm 7 hour. 1