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J jUM U. OBKKLY, Editor and Publisher
TEAMS OF THK DAUA BULLETIN !
Oa wh, by carrier
Uu yaar by carrier, in advsuec . . . 10 00
Un r t.v rrH(t It not pild In
Pot month, by mall 1 y
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XtUC DOLLAR WKEKLY MLLETIN
John H. Oberly Um reduced tbe subscrip
tion price of tbo WtxKir Cairo pvuMJ
H On DolUr per annum, nuklnr I
.dmp,.tPpJrp i-illsneJ la Southern llllnol
A ciunss of time m.tbo departuro and
arrival of trains on the Illinois I'ontral
railroad i announced.
Tux 'Gazette suggests Jion. Win. It.
areco as proper oflor for IJocoralion
day. We are lure tbe Judge would do
fuii Justice to the subject. Ho bus an
eagle that can soar blph as tbo eagle of
uny ctber gentleman In Egypt.
. - '
Tur members of tbe Cincinnati city
council are lnd of rowdy fled municipl
statesmen Tbey debto ordinance!,
adirn their arguments with mcb epithet
at d-d .lars.'and md up tbo session of
their body with blood-drawing fltticutl.
The springjmurdcra are in full blast at
Memphis. Tbo people down tbore don't
mind four or five murderi a day. Occa
tonally tbe murder increase to lrom ten
to fifteen, and then the better clas of citi
zens begin to complain that mailers nro
being carried too far.
w - -
What otlense has The- Billktin
committed to render necessary tho punish
mcnt of a deprivation of an oxchango with
the 'Jackson County Era 1 Our neighbor
all say; "Wo bavo received tbe initial
number of tbe 'Era. The UtattTis'f
eyci have not been feasted by a glnnco at
that able journal.
Miss Ida Grkeley, eldest daughter of
ourlalor Franl;lln,li InCincinnati. She isin
deep mourning, tho crapo veil contrating
markedly with tho paleness o( her face,
and tbe sombre hue of horcostumo impart-
In gan air of fragilness to her dollcato fea
tures. Sbopropoies lomhVc biwcallv and
of the pencil , Dr. nrijrhftm Is confident
that tho complaint Ii In the foot, and as
accordlng.to bli school, lite cures like, ho
believes w might cured by an applica
tion of foot; Dri.Wntorand Myers bold
ly express tbe opinion that "the matter
with ui is cussed meanness, in which lu
ruinous opinion we concur. Personal ex.
poricncoha.made theso atnlablo gentle
men the best judges of meanness In llll
Wr. find In the 'Railroad Gar.tlo' a no.
lice of the action of the directors of tho 11
llnii Ontral railroad at recent moet
log. T.) carry out arrangements already
mad for through communications from
Chicago and St. Louis to Now Orleans,
and to provldo for "the extonslvo and lm
1 portant work now in progress upon the
Mako shore at Chicago," and to "mako rur
'thor provision of stool rails,' the direc
tors roiolved "to Increaso tba capital stock
'of tho company from twenty-five and n
half millions of dollar, by a further is
sue of shares to tho oxtont of twenty per
' cent, thereupon ;" which would make
the new Issue five million one hundred
thousand dollar. Tho pirtlculari of tho
operation aro prescribed In tho resolution
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1873.
decently burled by sail railroad " mpatiy
or corporation, manufacturing or mining
establishment, company, a-iociauon
or corporation. If the damp
or caving in of '"lno
no matter how careful the owner may
bavo beoo : If tbo analno of a railroad com
pany, no mattor how careful the omployo
uslnc it mav bavo been, injures a miin
without monov. the ownor ot tbo mino or
of tbccnclne must take caro ot tuo unior
f.miife mm. And it he d 0 burV bim. VI 0
hope that both the 'Uazotto and 'bun
with this explanation, nro Mtislled that we
wore right when wo snid the Illinois ten
tr.tl company should have taken euro of
the mm Its onglno killed, and that tney
were wrong when they said the company
u..t not bound to do so. The law may bo
wr.im- but T II E RlM.LKTIN W, as it M
u-,rl Is bo it bashfully said right.
WHKKK A HE THE PEOPLE''
"The ino-iopolists are for Lnwronco,
savs tbo IVorliv 'I)imocMt,' "and the poo
' pin aro for Crahi."
There can no longer exist a doubt that
tbo monopolists aro for Lawrence, but it
is not so clwr to us that tho people ore
for Craig. Tho peoplo must bo educated
In n movement like this. They bavo so
lonz followod tho directions of tbo mo
nopollsts, It will bo dlfllcult to wean them
lrom tho habit. "Tho sacrodness of tho
bench,'' Jihs beon impressed upon their
mind. Tbo Judge has beon clothed by
their imaginations with n garment of
Infallibility. II will bo a dllllciilt task to
Induia them to atrip thojudgo of that gar-
Otrtrl Jlori'li . ".
.... l I t tl
niTV VATinXAli HAMV, iiimw
u m .I'tviiii! V re-l'rcsiueiif.
li. UYSLOl'. secretary and Ticamrcr
Our Homo Advertisers.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMSUMleN AND lOHWAatUINU.
M, Mtaci ,
l'iri. H. Uoiich,
H. I'. HALI.1l.At,
Ilrnualu of ntiy AnioiinS lt'lt4llrm
Tsi ol" I imnnta.
iVTvunur i.i tin ilnofiitp tl th rale ol Ml
A percent. pr aunum. Mareh !'tnJ 8plm
r lot. lDlretnot withdrawn In iJitfJ lmm
iliAlcly to the principal of the cloIU, thereby
lTinn thfin cumt'oun.l lnlret.
UARHUI) WOMSK AND CHILDIIKN MAT
i init no on - 04 rnw it.
Otn rterf bulnf JJ from a.m. to S p.m.,
and tMatJij ef-.oK lor HAVISO UEl'Odni
onl., from 6 to o clock.
il'jtl W. HlSboP. Trurr.
FOKWAHDINO anii COMMUNION
TnK l'aducah 'Kentucklan' says there
is a Pecksniff InTiiK IIulletis oflico who
don't liko -Mr. Jctroron Iavis. Woll;
and tho ' Kentucklan ' otlk'o boast a toady
who loses no opportunity to ludulgo in
fulsomo eulosy when that hero of tbo re
bellion and tho sleeping car Is In question.
Wo hold ho ihould not bo brought Into
public notice again by tho laudation of ment l0 t,t ho mnv stand bci'oro tbem
IhoSoutbern poopio, not uocauso wo ic- . . h fHiblo mun. subject to tbo
THE CITY NATIONAL
03 A-XvT EC.
'A I IKS.
i i.i.i x as i h
lieve thoy should not applaud him if they
plcaie, but because wo aro stiro such de
monstration will reawaken In the North
that spirit of Intoleranco which has made
tho South tho Amorican Poland. Hut if
the peoplo of tho South wish to show their
hatred of tho Union and thoir contempt
of tho North if, In short, they don't caro
for conseouances " nil riirht." Wo Chn
stand It as long ns they can.
O.v tho 2Kb Inst tho earner stono of a
new Matonh Templo will bo laid at Mem
phis, Tenno'sce. It Is expected that den
John 0. Ureckinridire of Kontucky, will
deliver tho oration. The grand nud sub
ordinate lodges of Tonnosso, and neigb
boring states have been Invited to be pres.
ent and participate In the ceremonies.
Tiie Mompbii 'Appeal' in an article on
tfcodth of Judge Phelan of that city,
ayt: "Ills devotion to Hon. Jefferson
'Davis was beautiful. Hit admiration
' for that great and grand representative
'of acauso as puro and holy as over at-
subllmo." All of which ii.in our opinion,
a sickening kind of bo;h.
The 'Gazotto 'says it has no doubt The
Uullctis's bid for tbo city printing was
lowr than tho 'Sun's,' but that tho roport
of tho cotnmlttoo of tbo council in favor
of tho 1 Sun ' ought to bavo been adopted,
sinco there is no uso of a committco if its
recommendation aro not reuarded. Tbo
committees of a legislative body are organ
ized for tho purpose of getting businon
into such a ihapo that it may bo intolli
ccntly considered, and nothing olio. It is
the duty of a dullborativo body to dobato
all roport of comtnlttoo!, and it is wrong
to accept thcin without consideration. It
the report of a committee is tlniO, why
havo n city council ? AVliy not iillow tbo
finance cotnmlttoo to rcgulato tho finance
temptations of tho Ileal), ami
in almost overy instance tbe Uevotco of
that doctrine which teaches tho sacrodness
of precedents that grow up in tho dark-
noss of tho past, when tho people had no
rights tho ruling and monied classes wuro
bound to respect. Even as earnest a tnau
as Senator Whiting, n gontlctnan truly de
voted to tho work of broakiog the power
of tho monopolists, stated in u speech on
tbo floor of tho senate, that bo desired tho
re-election of Judgo Lawrence, and tho
'State Register,- a paper whicli is floating
with this great popular current, ha
not besitntod to advocato the
claims of tho mmopolut judgo
to a re-ulcction.
How then Can wo believe that tho peo
plo are opposed to Lawrence, when wo
find the peoplo s friends in the senate ami
pres advocates the onduraemonl of tho
Hut wo will bo told, Judgo Lnwronco Is
not tbo peoplo's enoniy is not the candi
date, of tho monopolists. If ho is nt, ap
pearances belle him. In tho McLean
case opinion ho declurcd tho unconsiuu-
tionalitv of tho railroad law of tho state,
W. V. UaLMIMT, Prwl.lmt j
UEMtr I.. HAI.LIDAY, Vlcr-l'iMldf 01
A. H. SJAPFOKD, Cvhler!
WALTER IIYHLOP, At! ma O.uMcr-
Miit Tiib, Romi U. Cr.NoiaanA
IIBl 1.. lUU.II r, W. I'. llALllDit,
l. WlLUAMSua, fcirpiui HlB
A. H. Mtrroan.
LirlmiiKr, Coin find linltMl
IKimla ISuiiKlit and Hold.
! '.POSITH nwoWe.l, ami
a Krorral tanklci
it r. t( ii A . rn.
DEALERS IN PIOUH;
Ad.I AKM.U 'it
OHIO R1VXH ANtJ KANAWHA
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 tUltt (tin Hhortrat Honlr
eighty M Ilea the borleal Ronlfi
NO OliANOK OF OAKS
FP.OM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONK OlIANQE OP OAKS
om Cairo io
Clnclnnall, i.. Ilanapoll, Tple.lo,
Urtroit, UIPTPIKTIU, .IHKr rim
lliillulo, l'ilfl.UU, W.hlnlon.
MllHnVi, .lani.pTtlli", 3tllon.
Ihiato "1"' IbU'.lj dllirl I'tuHn
liwulnr, lllontnlnntoii, Wj.fin.i.l,
I'uiria, llnlner, Konkiik,
Iliir1ini)l..n. f.K't lUlnl. I.ft ."!!.
Mn.lol. Ituon, Krnporl,
rinlrOK, I(lll.UilI, i-ioili Llljr,
unmna ani an i)intB ni'iniri.i,
Klognnt Drawing Hoom Slooplng Ca
On all Night Trains.
HlKirr L'h.okf 1 iokII important polnl".
Kot tickciK an l UiformiitinD, ni plr In I. ('. H.h
i dfpot it nlfoj on bor.I inc tfnnt limr I
raliro I llcnn nmrri iiirniiiiioiii ir ni uin.
W. P. JOIINiON. Orn'lfna An't, Cl.lcajo
A. MitCHrn, liro I Cup t. C'lileORO.
J. JOHNSON, Ag t, Cairo.
70 Ohio Lkvkr,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IS V OA I K.
It. V. Mll.LKIt, J'reMdent.
.1. M. l'llll.l.II. Virc-l'lC'Idclit.
C'has. Ol-.nm.noham, Cashier.
OJLLEOTIONS PKOMPTLY M.U)K.
COFFKV. PACE & CO.
I' II II W A U .IS 1 X U
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8PKINOKIKLI) A V I) I L.LI NO IS
SOUTHEASTERN K K.
On and aftor Mondny, April 24th, 157'J
trains will run as tollows:
tii inw iiit nr ut.
J.a?e Virilnm .4i . m ti p.m.
" HprlnvflrM 9 o ' 3;ii "
.' Titylurvlllr. in ft " S a
Um t i'na.- 11.10 ' 6.17 "
mi. d'Mii otawi"t.
Express. Mail. I
t.rt 1'itn . l."i . m J s'i , m I
" TMlorillr 4'j ' : i.f,
Amtf tfprmtlH....'i.n " -....n.i'i "
l.mf dpfiniifipl.l 1.5 " a l' "
Airifrfti ukicia -,iu
o u t ii r. ii .v ii i v I a i o y .
iiMi'ii onta tortiif a.t,
l,ru. F..lK'oo. .S.I0n. m ....W'. HI p. II
" Klom fc.ft ' .11.40 "
Arrltf t Hlmwnrft'ti Ti " Sift
And buy your
boots .-jrr) shoes
4'or. Trull, Klrral nml ('iiiiiiiinri'UI Av.
I am now prepared to mnniifacture l
priligrt)l('.il.i na patent leather, morroco.
buck and cillkiii boota. fehor. with box
tor, cork and pump soles Scotch bottoms,
j and hind edge or any other Mylo you wl.li.
I am alo maiiuf.icliirlnir an extra iiiullty
; of l.nlkV Iioch, My material and work
I mati'lilp are warranted to lie of the be't. I
am determined to not be undersold lor the
1 amc iititlty ot goml.
Itrp.ilrlii' done neatly and on short
i notice It. .lONK.i.
Ni:V HOOT AND SliOK STOJM-
.lilt op tied
Al III Minn lit I lie Hl'.ll HOIST,
tho street commlttoo control tho stroets, ,nd in tliat opinion, like n judicial dema
010.? Huch a rule would run Tub ivi- agpguo, indulged In dictum o genoral
lktin out of competition. in rninmotinlacos that mean so
tiil vii c r a kw'i w ii a i . m v. I! much or so littlo-in argument.
1 . - IIia nbAnla tnV Tf II II
(Snv .Inhn M. PAlmur hi wr tton a ut- Bi l"u i i"-
" " ' " ' 1 , . H '1' 1. . . .nn.l. 1 i I - n
, .. . . t ...,.., i. I mom. nna by : - j m i ..
vol in wnicn nu y. ouuftu ..." - . - . - ,ni,.
rrA ,,f roal rllrnKd reform, n thounh "l""'"" " . '
hs has a lawyer's veneration for tbo
which tbo Hays, tbo Slcoles, tbo Casey.,
.1 iifi I t.n ln. n!1cna1 aft Af-
"ancient wayv" W. i.nnv nnv I'lmr ' 1 ,u
to Wa iruB Wend of real railroad lcgisla- -'' winking, declare that Lawranco is a
Jossrn O'Neal who whs hung al Mb
Carroll in tbli state on Friday last, died
btautlfully. Tho manner In which ho was
swung olT, was, as a lady witnessing the
seen expressed it, perfectly lovely. Mr.
O'Neal leeraod to enjoy tho affair vory
much, and announced his intention to go
straight from the icatfold to the bosom of
Abraham, A.U murderers who nre hung
ek Ihat place of blissful rest.
"We wero requested whon tho small-pox
made its appearance in this city to bo si
lent; but we nevertheless urged the au
tboritUi to be on their guard and warned
the people of tho presence of tho disoiso
The warning was of incalculable valuo In
staying tbe ravages of theloatbesomo pesti
leoce. and now we warn tho citizens to
prepare for the cominic of the cholera
and uree the authorities to cleanse tho
city. There is no time to be lost.
"If, sy tbo Cincinnati 'Enquirer,1
'the prcsidont wants an ablo lawyer for
chief justice in place of Mr. Chaso, why
not take cx-Sonator Lyman Trumbull of
Illinois?" If Mr. Trumbull had ro
malncd true to his llpublicanlsm, ho
would most probably havo boon Mr.
Chase t successor, but, he wandered away
from his party, denounced Grant, and at
last votod for tbe salary steal. Ho Is eon.
sequently and properly "played out
The 'Gazette fractiouly remarks-.
Jack O lierly of The Hdllktik, Is a
iiaptlst fairly fanatical In tho belief
that bsptiim by immcriion is essential
to talvatlon. Judges Allen and Green
are also lUpluts. Mulkey is a Metho
( dist, and Llncgar a Moravian. AVe are
a Iiaptlst very much, hut we have never
yet been immersed. If we must be im
mersed we desiro tho, Immersion to take
place in late spring, summer early aut
umn. Tbe thought of a winter immer
sion makes us shudder. AVe think of go
Ing over to Mulkkey or Llnegar'i be
lief. .Sprinkling is mu"h pleamnur linn
the other method.
Phkbicknt of the senate, Early, who
perslita in calling himself Lieutenant
Governor is now Actmg Governor He is
poken of as congressman from the
Fourth district vice ritove Hurlbut.
Early Is one of that class of men to which
lieveridge belongs. Ho n quiet in de
meanor, will nover itartlo tbo world by
any display of brilliancy, eschews intoxi
cating liquors, wears immaculate shirts,
don't talk much, attends church and
prays at Intervals. Ha may never go to
congress, but we are sure he will tro to
heaven when he dies. A saint like Early
could not bo kept out y( the 'promised
land." He has a free pais,
tion, and bellovo him to bo the only man
in tho state who has a full knowledge of
tbo necessities of the hour In regard to
this vexed question, but wo look upon his
indorsement of Judge Lawrence s un
fortunate, ns a crumb of aid and comfoit
to tho monopoMHB from a aourcothat will
do thorn a great deal of service and
from which should have been sped a
inlitllo rather than a boqu;t. Vhatovt,r
may'bo Judgo Lawrence's real opinion in
regard to this monopoly q'icjtion, lie has
boyond nil doubt bcoomo tho candidate of
tho monopolist, and his election will bo
regarded ovorywbero ns n repulse of tho
friends of tbo anti-monopoly movement In
Illinois, which recelvoi iU vitality and
vigor from John M. Palmer. Tho gen
eral of an army advancing to victory,
cloariiij; tbe pathway so that the opposing
fsreos may get into mi Invulnerublo posi-
tion,i not a vory cheering s pectaclo to the
ardent men who stand in tbo ranks and
would rather send tho enemy bullets than
THAT MAN WHO WAS KILLED.
AVo aro nover going to get rid of that
man who was gently pressed out of ox
istonco on Ohio loveo Inst wook by a pass
ing ongino. Tbe 'Gazette' takes position
with the 'Sun,' nnd says tbo railroad com
pany wn not responsible for his caro or
burial. AVo hold it was. Tho 'Gazette
Tho 'rfun, in a vein of pious Indigna
tion, declared that tho body of .Sullivan
ikllled on the railroad) was grossly neg
lectcd, following tho declaration with
tho anxious inquiry: "AVlio is responsi
ble?" Till: IIui.i.ktiN, with that fearlo-s
candor which has aUnys distinguished it,
repiioa mat "tiie rniiroaa company is re
sponsible," and that -'if thu
editor of the 'Sun' were not vory
otuptd bo would not ask such a
question." Ordinarily tho quostion would
be more or less stupid, but in this case wo
don't see it by that sort of a humor. The
man wan injured ns a result of his uvn
recklessness, declared !uch to be tbo fnct,
was removed from tho track alive, and
with all his senses about him. Tho em
ployes of tho railroad did not know hut
he was in tbo hands of bis friends, would
br propcr'y cared for. Not until hfter
the man died nnd his body had lain for
hours ip a neglected condition, were tho
olllcers of the railroad advised uf any neg
lect AVhen so advised, tho acnt did
about everything tho occasion rallod for.
Hence we view that, considiriiiK all tbo
circumstances, it was one of those r,1
whore nobody was responsible.
Nobody was responsible for the dsath.
It was an accident. That is true. Hut,
tbo question Is, who should pay for taking
caro of tho unfortunate man while he
lived and bury him aftor death ' Tho law
lays the railroad company niiit. Tho
law says : If any man without money is
killed accidentally by any railroad com
pany or corporation, manufacturing or
mining e'tabllshinont, company, associa
tion or corporation, sithor by its, his or
their agents, employs or servants, in tbo
prosecution of the Vusiness of their em
ployer, or by any engine or car of such
railroad company, or by any machinery or
explosion of such rnanufacturir.g establish
ment or mines, or by tbo caving In
slv old "man" that tho dlctim was thrown
out to catch votes, only that nnd nothing
more ; and that, if bo ihould bo ro-olccted,
ho would go bnck on tho dictum of the
Jlnyllef, that n railroad company can do
no wrong, and that tho people havo no
rights meli n corporation is bound to re
fcpect. The people, wo fear, aro not
sound on this question of rail
road judges. They aro too easily de
ceived. Tho almighty dollar has them
yet by the nose, nnd leads them, but not
into greon Holds and pastures now, to
mako thoin llo down by pleasant stream.
!jtle necurltles botuht and hoM.
Inlerrat Allowed on lime llrpimlla.
WIlITKCOLIsAlt PLACING MI 1.1.
h. WAl.ll'.HS, l'r..rleli.r,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SUUNGLES, UKDAK POSTS
UOOllS, SASH, 11LINDS
Kuroistifd on nburteM notio.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
UxDMtbe head of "Slops Otor, tbe
Btate 'ltegister' lays "Thu following Is
trom Tw Oaieo Uuilkun. AVe don't
know whit li tbo matter with OWly ',
XUItner do we, Drs. Smith and Dunning
ia consultation, have decided that it is in-
i 1. 1 j . . . . .. .
"l"" i -"'. vv-.-.v. uunp id such mint, sucn person suaii tie
worm j Dr. Jtrani Is lure it It a loomoes properly cardfor and, In case of (lath,
l'Ol'I.AIt. WALNUT, AS II
YELLOW PINE' FLOORING
!! i'or sale at low ilfjuio. A No,
FENCING 0RSI1 BB T ING
Sold ery cheap by
f. i!w. O.wno llo.v am IIaskkt Co.
H.. II UT A N T ,
Near 'rwei.ty.H.xlh Street,
Oin.. Lkvkk, CAIRO, ILLS
All kind" of Lumber, Oak. I'oplar, fy.
prem, Walnut, etc., ilelrrcd In any part
of thu city Iree ot charge.
nri'tttroungc holiulled, and i:ittfaptlnn
.JOHNSON A: H1LL1NGSLY,
On Klf-hthHtret.beiircfnCommerslalan.l Wh
union Arruuei, In dailr recrlrlnr
NKW MILLINKRY (JOODS
HTET I'm.NO AMI) 8U.MMKR fTYLKa
Hp.in a lull hop of
ITrimmnl and iiDlnmrned,!
KliENCa FI.UWKKB. ItlHHONd, TRIMMI.NOS
of all kinds, l.aeea, etc., eto.
Mr. MeGrn has a!ho a largx aaiortmrct '
Knj Aitlclo, such m
SBCK T1.V. CI.1.RH. l'.M)r.Ku.I.t'.KVES
. Kl'KFH, BASHES, KANri.l
And all other article uiuallj tound in a
KII'.ST-CLASS MILLINERY STOKE
Mr-. MefJee. In addition to her .stock nl
l ancv nnd Millinery (IokIh, ha a line and
I oinplctc a-ortmenl of Cincinnati Cutom
made Ladlva' and Mlrt' ihoen and Cbll-
drcn-' Hoots Illack and 111 Colon-. Itiese
arnnrknnwledgcil to be the llneht and be-t
tjver in the market, and thl I the only
bou-e the cltv thit make them a specialty
FLOUR AM) COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER k l'AKKKR,
DKALKRS IN FLOUR, COR.N
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ok FAIRBANKS SOA LES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Coiivkh or Seventh Stkef.t and AVami-
CM 110, II. 1,1 SO IS.
Where I linlle all the citizen of Cairo
j and Mirroiimlltis; country to call nnl II
they calinnl .ne inniiey, n I will ell vers
( low. I li.ne iiiliiited the old motto, "'I lie
Mmble Penny i Itctter than the .-low Six
pence." S. S. MAl aON
b Tjja KisivC it.i
I iir I'.lesrutli nml l'opl r Hit.,
Inlnrm tho public that he liiirngairci! tuc
erlceofa rirt-cla U'agon nukeraml
aloa Flr-t-ch" IIore hoer and l reaily
to manufacture and cpurnll kind of wort
I lu till trade with npalr and dl.patch.
NEW LIVERV STABLE
I'O.M.M IHSIIS.N MI'.lti:ilA IS.
ARNOLD i: MYERS,
Co m in i asi 0 11 M orcli ants
Olllco (lor the preentj
at Ike Walde 'h
Arc prepared to M il all kind ol proper)
at auction ur 011 comniU-lnn. Ti-b't ."111.
z. n. MATiiuea.. k. 0 .um.
MATHUSS & UIJL,
C 0 M M I 3 S I ON M E It C HANTS
I AT AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN . I'HLLISA SON,
(buccrssors to John II. I'hlllu.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Brnn, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. aM OHIO I.EYh
DA I HO, ILIJ.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cement, 1'i.astkr, IIaik. Etc.
. . .
IjTI will iell In ear load lot at m.inul.ie
lliieiV prleo, adding Irclglit. 4-'J-tl
.1. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
H'icfir. to K. d. Hen lrlc Co, I
Forwarding and Commission
ttfc Liberal AdTanrrmeiiiH mulf 2f
fiaV upon C'ini-lKDmi-nt. 1 "V
Are prfparn) to tmtirn, store and lorwsrd
trunUxt to all points and huj and
rrll on cnmmlion,
atVHiimneim aitend 1 to prnmrtlr.
i7?: T K 1( UU II L,
Ni. sin onto i.i:vi:i:,
IIKTWKSM WASH M AVE.HCB ASH WALMU1
I r II. F. Mld Inform tn public that ha ha
. I' E II J' S T A II I, E
on th tiorU.nt ante of Ttnlh itreel ora
Ill will h- rumlr.fl with noD hot Iht
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at al
hour" of tho day and night with safe teams
on the Inwot term.
Dr. Fleldn ak a 'hare of public patronage
and will endeawir to merit ft by fair dealing
! and trict attention to
AND DA II-
JOII. MATIX, I'roprleu,..
Ie Commercial Atrnu, CAIKO, ILLINOIS'
Hal trand of Callfo UCIsaralu rfclivj,
1IILL1ARD ciiloon furnlhed with the besl
of tables : and liar upplled with wines, liquors
and clifara of thpneit brand-.
(Open Day and Mijbt.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio l.evcc, bet, 4th and Gth rtrcct-,
MEALS AT ALL HOL'itd.
A line new Dining Hall with every eon.
eiileneo has been added to this popular
Restaurant, ami the (.'iieM will tiu-j even
rvuUlto lor theiraccomodatloii.
THE HILL OF FAKE
oon.i.t of every ubtantial and delicacy ol
is Mlpplted with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS j
USTMized drink1- prepared with care. i
NEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOEbT VAHXETT STOCK IN TUK OIT y
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of .nineteenth atrect nad Com
C. 0. PAT1EH
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
COH.NF.R .12l) STHEET AND OHIO LSVE
HUM IS, BROWN Jt CO.,
Aoknts Home Cotton Mills
S. I). AVKKa".
K. .1. AVKK
CARPENTERS & .JOINERS ID AJ&TtOTT HOUSE
I main riioiM nn,
Rllllll t.. ...... nirrr, SiriSS!1!!
A Vt HUP,
hlrvrt nml Liiiiiineretnl
:,!,rcr'.Hl' .h!" ,?f .'' ! .l,lln, conncTo.1 with the l,0,
oiMat a. reasonable VntV; an? Ilrm m'tlie wmple room for commercial tm eler..
Krce omnibus to and from all tralus,
city. A 1 orders utleiiueu io promritiv a
share ol the nubile uatruliairo It revt'cetfullv
lallelttd r-l')tr j.6Crad. M, DAM RON, ProprieUir
AVERS A: CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Caiiio, Illh.
WOOD RITTENIIOUH & HRO
Gjueral Commitision Morolian
183 OHIO LBVBB,
4- iki ii . .
,a.aa "'t,tll,ii,St(tl Mm (
j ST. NICHOLAS j
EXTEOPEAF HOTEL !
HAItRY WALKKR i
Kioiith St., Ht. Com, ,v Wash.,
NO. Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
1 WARD & ROBERTS.
DKALKRS lit AViKIlOW SlIAIIKh,
W.M.I. I'AI'KIl, l'UKK WllftB
L:.u), Linsekii Oil,
Sl'IHlr.i TPRI'KNTINB, OLI'K
SlIKI.LAr, AlXOIIol., K'K , Ktc.
Wa.lilii'tnn avenue and Llcventli street.
Caiiio, . . . Illinois
do a i.. -
CAIRO CITY COAL
I. MWP.,.. to ""WJ? h
PITTSBDRG AND ILLINOIS
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