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TIIK DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
.lohn U. Obcrly ha reduced the subscript
on price of tho Wkkklv Caiho lll'LLKTI.N
i One Dollar per annum, matin it the
j j iMt p i t t t i -lit n MiH Mtn-rn llllnol
Tut CbicngJ 'Tribune' has much to say
end .iratun of tho salary crab. It
.monaliy denounces a gtabbler b
atne. e should like to have tho opin
io of that papjr In reference to tho vntc
f Its fororito sanator, Trumbull, on ttu
Mormso K. "Waite, tha president of
,be Ohu constitutional convonllun, was
ma of tho counsel of tbo United Slates at
.be (lonevn arbitration. Ho is n gradtmti
it TIb collego of tbo cU's of 1837, one
H whom was William M. Evarts. -Mr,
Walto is a R-publlcan.
A CHr?TAL palace, lo coit two hundred
and filiy thousand dollars when completed,
it id l built In Clifctcit before tbo ilrt of
neif Svplember. Tbu b'lildlng is to
b built for llio Inter-Stato Exposition
which U to bo held in Chicago next fall,
and will be rnado of glass, iron unci brlcl.
PROr Swing In u Sermon at Chicago on
Mill and Cbasu mid: " .Mr.. Mill's style
ii tliu picture of a smcoro Intellect from
1 which all malico had been uliminaled,all
1 language of nbnso, and into which had
'boon gathered tho breadth of u l'lato,
'tho leaning of a Milton, and tho hu
' inanity of h Wilbcrlorce.'
The anti-secret society peoplo nro be
coming vary active, nnd tbo agitators nro
quietly dead-beating tbo good men and
women who look upon tho Masons,
granges and other secret societies as echoolr
of wickedness, deitruclivo of tbo soul's
peace hereafter. Tho innocent lamb
should keep their money in their pockets.
Senator Alcokn of Mississippi, in a
speech laUly madu beforo tbu legislature
of that state, announced bis devotion to
tbo administration of General Grant, nnd
hi desire that tbo general may be nomin
ated tor n third term by the Republican
party. Tbo third-term movement is al
ready started, and wo would uot bo sur
prised if it should firove succes.ful. Tbu
prophesy of Gen. Ulalr mny yet become
Uet. Kuwako pulmvan, a gospel
bancur of Chicago he, who twangs the
trumpst of salVHtlon nt Trinity Hpitcopnl
church, bud a reporter of the Chicago
Timet tjectud from bis congregation Uh
Sunday if tbo Chicago 'Tribune' is to be
belioved hdward Is rasb, and if ho wore
rota man of the rloth mibt pro o ly
bu culled a fool, liu thuu d go into tk.
priz ring and leuro in that k uool meet
nets and tolernneo.
It Is shiJ that Sniur Kuutwall will tm
much rnjre givwo 4 lh anr-'
aocUl Mfo in Washington ci; tbrni St
retary Boulwell w. Wimb Mitk
his family, con.ttUog of himslf, wlU &ud
daughter, livvl at a bowl, Dil iieUbatt
ahured iu nor vMribuled to tb pleaturw
of tocixty id the capitol, by which th-y in
curred no sm. II amount of advert,
criticism at a sulUih and unsocial faiully
B utWfll has now taken a lino houto in
"Washington, and will h-jroalter do as tho
Tins IKn. H. Ii. K.u.uvelt, incmhor ol
eongro.s from Now York, toinu time ago,
presented to tbu board of education ol
h'aw York city, four thousand and seven
hundred dollars, tho uiiuunt of bis back
pay, Tbo money was to be oxpended for
pmrt for tbo '-gooo," scholars lu tho pub
ila schools of tho city. Mr. Itjosuvolt
w opposed to tho Increaso of salary and
did not wish to uso tbo money for bis own
prottt. Tho board however, refused to
IaVo the money und wbllo casting no re
flections whatever oti tho action of Mr.
P-ootovelt, recpoctfully docliuos to accept
tbo sum thut otlered, on accouut of ilk
origin as deflnel by tho donor, believing
that by this concurrent testimony they
and be wi'l best promote thoso high end'
n tbooducatiun of the young which aro
of paramount importance, ubo'o all
pmus of tllver and gold.
Mil. G.o. Wm. LiftTiK, tbo editor of
Harper's Wtekiy,' b consented, to 11:1'
the pulpit of a Uiuurianiburcb in BrouK
ly n during lb? summer absence of its pas
tor, luut Oemonatraling vt the wrld that
In one locality at leatt, tbo ability of an
editor to preatb is fully recogmfd. Kx
cbango. "We have had leveral invitations to oc
cupy tha pulpils of clerical friends durinu
the approaching summer, but have stead
fastly declined tbo invitations. AVe can
do as littlu harm out of the pulpit at we
loald do in It; and, besides, our bablis a,o
not adapted to tbo clotb. Wo should be,
in soma moment of rashness, Inducod to
say something oil of tho ordinary lina of
c ncai dissertations, and we fear the tlfec s
Ot SUCb rHtbUCtS WOUld be alarm!,. A
onuregation might bo startled into tho in
sane atymuis of tha statu by the preacher
blundering upon a new idea and uxprtts
lug it In an original way.
A TELEOEAM from Washington says:
"The spare attendance of K attern congress
'man at tbo recent t. Louis ouventlori
Ms accounted for by tbo growing fear and
'Jealously or tha power of the West Sov
'eral merabori ofcongret from Nev. Eng.
' land, who have been in tho city fur tho
'past few days, b&vo expressed opinions iri
rfird to the limits of Jurisdiction oftbo
'ledtnl government, which are some.
what surprising after the latltudinarlkti
vUtrion that subject to which wo have
btn sKcuttomed from tucb quarters.
'Notwithstanding tbo denial oftbo pro-
'j.-etors of tho St. L'iuU convention tn
there was any purposo to muiieua tho
action of congrois, tho Extern represent-
ativcs shako tholr beads, and say ltt 11
'Is the Inlllativo of ix concerted movement
'to commit the general covornmcntto car
'tln gleantlc schemes of Internal lm
prnvemcnt for tho benefit of tbo
1 Wet. Tbcso gontlemm now havo icru-
pie as lo tbo powers of congress
'which llicy nover before
posossd. It li probnble that bo
foro the moMlng of congress thcro will bo
'a consultation among tbo mcmbori from
'tho Eisltodotormlnothoir position In tbli
1 mattor. ai It seoms to bo tbo belief thut
' the West nnd tho South will dotnand
Tbo yard of tho bouse In which HveJ
fio father and mother of Glnx's baby,
c mtaincd such filth of tho houto as could
not, at nlgbt, be thrown oat of the front
windows, and this filth, says tho author of
that strango book, was soldom or ever
remoTod. Tho itrcot, In which stood
Minx's baby's futlmr's bouie, was, it is
said, at ono tinio tho proy of tho gas com.
puny, at another, ot tho drainage con
tractors, who seemed to doltghlln turning
ip tho fetid soil, cutting deep trcneho
.hroiiijh various stmtn of tilth nnd tilling
up for duys and weeks matter that
rcekod with vcgotablo nnd animal decay.
Of course tho pooplo who lived in this
place rcgardod disease with tho apathy of
creatures who folt it to hi ir.soparablo
from humanity, and tha fatalism of de-
pair. If our city authorities would
allow thoir lynx eys to do duty they
ciuld find In Ciiro many hack-yards not
c.eanor than that of tho parents of Glnx'a
btby, and streets not as fragrant as Ro-
Stimary street, but still so dirty that health
must bj tempted to fly away from them.
The Uinxt should he compelled to clear
uway all tilth from tho city. Tho appear-
atico ot cholora at Now Orleans, and tho
general preVnlunco ol faUl diseases nil
around ui, should indued Cairo to bo care
ful. Healthy as our city it, wo should not
by nei;lectini; tho laws of cleanliness
tempt diseaso to come among us.
In tbo olden time when tho public en.
jnyed the blowings of freo banks th. dull-
nets of flnnciul matters was relieved by
tho frequent breaking of thoso bank
:urioiu lovostigiition of curious matters
has put us in possession of aomo curious
facts on this subjoet. Holweon January
I, 1811, and July 1, 1830, nno hundred nnd
t!uriy!evcn (tato bank fulled, as follows:
Ithodo Islanil, 1 300,000
Now Ilampthlro, 'J .
1,1 W. 100
Now York, 10
Now .lorsoy, 7
Pennsylvania, 10 l,8ll,6&S
DeUwuro, 1 15,000
District of Columbia, I 1,Cj7. ICO
Virginia. 10 I'Jl.lli
North ('rnlitia, 'J (um not known.)
South Carolina, 1 L'0,000
(iixirgla, 1 1S0O0H
"Uiana, 2 921,000
rririM-e, i (6 brauchet)
l moluf ky, It
1,1)1 1, 170
1 02,0 to
' ". -
MiaMMiri, 2 ....
TUKKKYjj AND WALNUTS.
The turkey is un American institution.
Without it, what would our American
thanksgiving bo? Stale, llat und unprov
able; a day like other days, without any
special feature to make it u huppy mem
ory or an onlivoning hope. It U tho tur
key which makes it the day of dajs, and
turkey, on any othor day than thanksgiv
ing, imparts to it something of thanks
giving flavor. Tho discovery of a method
of feeding it by which it it improved in
eizo, flavor and tenderness, is a benefaction
which will not fall to bu appreciated by
ovcty Amorlcan who has a soul above
nacon. inn recent letter to mo uuicigo
Tribune,' Oath tells how turkeys nro fed
by a Washington epicurean on Enghsh
walnuts. On a voyage round Capo Horn,
it Ii said, tho turkoy feed ran short. An
'Ulcer, who loved turkoy, und thoreloro
did not with to aeu thu turkeys starve, fed
them on Engliab walnuts uied for tbu ta-
blu dessert. In u few weeks time, when
thoso which had not been fod to death
were served up for tbo table, it was found
that thoy woro of u delicious
llavor altogether wanting to tur
keys fattened In tho common way.
It tukes throo wocks to fatton u turkey in
this way, and tho number of Waluutt re
jjired varies from eight to fourtoen ac
cording to tbo size, constitution, otc, of
the turkey. Tbo walnuts whoh , aro gen
erully given to tho turkey designed to bo
luttened, at a ringlo dose, and aro slipped
down Its throat by tbo forefinger somo-
thing after tho manner of stulllng tLo wud
into a gun with tho lamrod.
THE (-EdTIONABLK KCUOL
Trio letter oftbo Hon. John M. Sehol-
Held to tho farmers of Macoupin county
has given to the railroad monopolists a
...m.l .1 . . .. 1 . e -. mi. . ...
usoi vi ouiiuori. ilia UDIcaeo
'Tribune' and its jutt audiblu echo, the
Sprluglleld 'Journal,' are dulightod, and
pronounce Mr. ijcholllold an altogether
proper man to occupy a seat on the tu
prerue bench. Tliu Bullkti.v wat, we
believe, the first paper in thu statu to sug
gest Mr. .Soliollleld as a candidate for tho
vacancy croated on tho supremo bench by
tho resignation of Judgo Thornton, but
although wo havo till! a high opinion of
Mr. ScbolBeld's ability, wo aro not certain
wo madn a wlso suggestion. Wo do not
blame Mr. bcbolfleld for not 'replying io
thequ stionsof tbofnrmor,e nee they wuro
rattier indelicate, to .ay thu least of it,
but we are inclined to believe he Is Infected
with tbo diseaso which ataicls Judge
Lawrioc and tnvst of the lawyers wbo
THE CAIRO DAILY
haTo learned I loir rnllrnHd Ixw lie dc
frndlng tho railroads fur liberal feci.
Mr. Scholflold proncrlv and correctly
rails tho attention of tho farmers to tho
distinction between tho legislator and tbo
judge. Tho opinion of tho legislator In
pending questions may properly bo asueii,
but the opinion of a candldnto for tho ju.
dlclal office In rotation to nny question
which mn)yjome leforo him for decision
should not bo tnaJe known. Iruo1, hut
Mr. Scholflold was onco a legislator a
member of tbo lato constitutional conven
tion nnd then his position on this groat
monopoly quost m wt in at mush doubt
as now. and ho left It In doubt, llo uas
principally distinguished In that conven
tlnn hv absence from 't session, nnd ibis
distinguishing quality was conspicuously
dovvloped at tbo lime tho railroad section
was under discussion. Tnls f;i t, with
tho great gratulathn hit lato letter has
crcttod among tbo railroaders, has led us
to b llcvo that Mr. tichol Jeld is of thut
clais of lawyors who, in this exigency,
cling to the past with all lis error mid arc
unwi'ling todeclaro that tho pooplo aro not
tbo slaves of their own creatures not tbo
b,iund puoplo ol tbo railroad corporations
of tho stato.
COL OKKUS ,i.Ml Illr.OUAB.
Tho Chicuo 'Tribiino' says that "Ex
'Congressman John M. Crebs rcturnod
bis sharn nf tbo spoil, and nppealcd to his
'purely Democratic constituency on tho
' Wabash to docldo whether ho rnlcbt bo a
'candidate for circuit Judge In tbo Juno
'.tlcction. But bo had brouubt tho monty
'homo and returned it too lato.''
Col. Crobs diJ not tako home with him
from Washington his sunroof thn salary
steal, and thu '1'ribuno duos him great In-
justlco when it mikes this insertion
From i's Inception tbo grab had In Col
Crebs a consistent and determined oppo
nent, llo talked and worked and voted
against it, and drew out of tho treasury
only his lojlttmato salary. After tho
colonel bad left nsblngton.and while ho
was absent for about ton days from his
homo attending court in another county, a
letter was sont lo him from tbo sorgeant
at-arms of tho house inclosing a draft for
tbo amount of tbu back piy. Tho same
day this letter was received by
him, CjI. Groin Incloicd it
and returned it to tho proper o Ulcer and
inline course of mail received that officer'
acknowledgment of the receipt of the
hat more than this could nny porfon
expect of nny man'' Col. Crebs could
not havo dono more than ho did lo show
his detestation of tho grub. Ho voted
against It, ho refused to accept it, when it
was sent to him ho promptly roturjied it!
If nny man could Ii ivo dono moro than
this we are unablu to imagine what else
bo might iuvu done.
Tho 'Tribune' doos not understand tho
situation in Col. Crebs' circuit. He
U recognised as an able and an honest man
by ovory person who knows him, hut it
ullq'io of lawyurt in hit circuit are de
termined to dofcal him, probably because
tho members of that cliquo know thev
could not ue him. Tho ell'orts of this lit
tin bind of men m.iy provo mccossftil ;
but we dope they may not. Tbu lies be
ing told to blacken Col. Crebs' fair fame
Will not, wo hopo, havo any flfeet upon
tho public rop ict In which Col. Crebs it
WlllTB COLLAR I'LAXINO -M 1 Ll.
H. W.K l.TI'.US, S roiirlHor,
HARD and SOFT LUIMBE1
LVTU, SHINGLKS, OKDAK POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
1'urnlnhad on Maortent nollca
Commercial avenue, between Tonth anc
. I'. H R Y A N T ,
Near Twci ly-nxth Street,
Ohio I.kvkk, - CAIIIO, ILLS
All klmU of Lumber, Oak, Poplar, Cy-pri-M,
Walnut, ele., ib l'ereil In any pan
of the city Ireo of charge.
K3T Patronage tollelled, and satNfirtlon
"i'OimvkTwa LXiriVTs ii
YELLOW PJNB FL00R1XG
ZZZ P"f alo at low ilgurei. AIo,
FJ3XCING OKSHRRT LG
.Sold very chvap by
6 0 2w. Caiko Box ami Barkkt Co.
aiswi a.- tt s.siiiLiii.
H. SxMYTIl & CO.,
on 10 LKVCIS
oa i n. 1 1, l i ,i ii i a ,
Also, k,f n oomtaiitly un hanl a mott com
Plata nlock of
aooTon avd inion wiiibkih
Fott, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Win"-
11 Sinllli A Co, are abn stmu 1(,r t-i m
cer, lJiuj A I o ' Pliltl m e mi i,iy,
lari;e nock ti kept constantly on bund at '
BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1873.
ENTEiU 11 gaY liNUa
Cii.-tjrtt Jlnrrli ai. ISO.
OITY NATION A Ij BANK, CAUIU
A. B. SAITOKD, Presldctil:
p. S. TAYLOK, Vice-President1,
II. UYiLoP, Sccretiry aud 'lieaurc!
f. M. BtactAt, Cat". OtitintH,
f. II. atocarwin, l'vt O. Mciuii,
It. U. OrHMMJUA-f, U. llAtLtfAl .
J. M. PniltiM.
llPioIUf)l tny Amount llwelvwl Iroiu
Tf n cnln I'liMnrtlK.
I.NTKKKHT nmrl on ilfiioiilld al tlif rl ol sis
L poreent. pr annum, Mutch lulatnl .'iritfin
irt Int. intrreM not with lrawn la .'Md liiimc.
Iitlrlj to tie principal or lh ucpotiii, itiftri i
('Ting I horn eonipoiiml Interri't
UAHRIKll WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
t) TM1I HO U5I IUI CkX Ml" IT.
Ouen otom liiiBicr- Juv Irorn V .m. In s n.m.
to4 Miuril e .nc lor HAVIM1 IlKI'OSI Ir
inl( iron-i s to o clock.
uirtt W. HTrtl.ol'.TrnMuroi.
iliE Oli'V iAllJiAL.
:a i ins,
I 1, 1. 1 .V O I St
W. P. I1ALL1IJAY, PreslJ'it t
m:.NHT I.. HALL1DAV, Vic-Irtllsni
A. ll.MAFKOKO, Canhirr;
WALTiK IIT8LJI', A .r.ttta Cashier-
-Itaai L. IUixidaT,
)to. I). Wlltliriij',,
ItosraT II. OrNiiaiHAa,
U'. I'. llALLIt.1T,
Kaclinnicr, f'otsi and ITnltrd rstattta
Slonila HutiKlit nud ftolil.
I) '.PnilT- rfpUed,
and a general banklns
b'UWT JNATlOiXAL 13A1NK
1' CA I KO.
1!. W. Mll.l.ril, I'r-sideiit.
.1. M. Pllli.ui-.-i. Vl. e-1're-ldclit.
Ciias. C'L'.NM.SdiiAM, Ca-hler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANrtn, coId, back nots i
Sta'.t ;urltlfa bought and aolJ
JntnrnaS 4'loweil on rime DrpnaUa.
SlI.M.M IsSI. .Mi;iti:iiAMt.
A RNOLD "& MY liHsT
C o nun i s s i o n 1 c r c h a n t s
OlII-o (lor the prcciit) at Ike WaldeV
Caiiio, I LLf .
Aro prepired lo m nil kinds ol properiy
at aiielioii or on coiiiini"ion. M:j ;im.
'.. V, MATIIU83.. . O.UUI.
MATI1USS i UIIL,
JOMMISSloy M KltC HANTS
I AY AND WBSTBHN I'RODUOl
JOHN Ii. PHLLIS & SON,
(Huecfiiiiori to Jnhn H, I'hllbt,)
BALBHS IN UW, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Cok. IKMll-Sl. am. dii jo i.y)
c mn. n I
n ICIitlilhftri'C't,tieiwpinCommorcllinii Wuh
.lon AfMUt, ladalir rcelinf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LAT3fT srilIXO AMD bUMMKR STYLES
llrtl'les a lull linn of
BONM'ETB & H ATS
ITnmmoil an1 untriinmodj
IlK.NCU KI.UWKIW. KIHIUINs, TKIMMINO
of all klDj, I.acpn, ew., eta.
Mrr. McHee h- alo a Itro aatortment c
'hdoj- Articles, ucb aa
N'KCK Tl.il. CPLI.AIl, UNDEKHLEKVI-M.
UUKKH, HAHHfH, KA.NS,
And all other arncleii utualljr lound In a
FIUST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TOHE
Mm, Mcflee. In addition to her stock ol
I'ancy and Millinery (inoiN. baa a line and
Complete a-Mrtiiient of Clnelimatl Cilidom
made Ladlea' mid Mlnc' t-lioci and C'hll-
ilreni lloot), Ill-u-k and in Colora, These
iireaeknowIeilKed to be the llnect and bel
ever In tho market, and thi Is tliu onlj
hrilie the city that make them a specially
9f ilN t'llUJlN NTHEKT,
'.'od stablinc ponnected Willi the hnue,
in-i tamplti room for commercial trou-ler.
Free omnibus to and from all trains,
:-5 6md, J. M, DAM RON, Proprietor
COaStNHlUN ANIS aUKWAUUIAO
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI OUR
Adc! AkcbK of
OHIO IV1IR ANI SANAWnA
70 Ohio Leykr,
COFFEY, PACE Jc CO.
r o u w a n n i x u
A S D-
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANK'8 SCALE.
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cemk.nt, Pi.atkii, IUm, Etc.
jv i i ,
I3T.1 will sell In car load lot at m iniilae
tureri prk-ei., uildlni; Irelijht. 4-i-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
IHuccattort to E. I). Hendricat A Co.l
forwarding and Commiasioi
iSS Uticral Ailranci-maiila mada aeSS
laaafc opon Cunaliramrnta. aS
Are prepared to reoena, .torn and lorward
frelxhtr to all polntii and buy and
sell on commlnmoD,
'"Iliii.lnefH attended to nrnmplW;
PE THU C U II L,
So, o onto m:vi:i:,
S. D. AVKHD,
AVERS ti CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No, "8 Omo Lkvek, Cairo, Ill.i.
WOOD RITTKNHOUSK & BRO
General Commission Merohio'
Its OHIO LKYSK.
Our Homo Advcrtisora.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mile the Htsorteit Honte
TO ohioa a-o !
I.lsthty Hilei tie ShnrSmt Raut
TO ST. LOUIS1
NO CHANGE OF CARS
KltOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
CfDClt.r.ftll, I. Iislii"illr, Toln.la,
jfirnu, ipti i mil, iianra 1-10
llufltln, t'stt -S.tit u. Wiinil-iti
lUllimore, iniivii-iiirnn, f.e torn
notion nr.. i an I'Uinm cam.
MllwauVlP, Jan'ttillc, 3l llnn.
aCruFiP, nl. rain ami an ioiuif nuiin
ihiata alo I I !j Uiti cl n Mi-ic
Drtliir, Htn.iininR'.on, NfirtnirMil,
r. ori. cjtimrT, f.p'iKuu,
Hurlingliin, K i'k Mand, l. f-Ali-,
MnJola. Duon, I'rii-l'ort,
(laivaa, lluhuqa", -. mi .lit.
Omalia and all point nnrllioptt.
Elecatit I)rawlnj Room Sloepin Ca'
On all Niijht Trains.
Hf ffa?" Checlfd 10 all Important point".
For ticket. nl lufunn-iiinn, upplj In I. C, H.I
Inpnt t airoi on boar I tne lrnntil timr l
town Cotninl,i- and Cairo, and at tne pnnclp
rallrna I tlrat nlTlra thrniiKhout t!i Mith.
w. r,jiPii.-M..u, n i,M. ak i, unicago
A. MircnUL, (in'l Min't, l.'til'-ao.
J. JOHNSON, As't. Cairo.
HPItlNUKIKLD AND I L.LIN Oil-!
MOUTH EASTERN R H.
On and aftor Monday, April 24th, 1971!
trains will run as follows:
tatisi .loin norraiitr.
Lao VtrtlDla ii ij . m lilSu.m.
" ! rini?t;ld no . 3:oii
,' T)lunllln lo J " b i
Arnif at l'ni. n.to t,.1 "
ra.iv. inii MotT.ia nr.
Loare Pan S.mi a. m AM, m
" Taslorull S.S'J " 1.0
ArriTe at dprihalil...a,H " a.fo
Ihi. eiprinfl"ld a, e. i
Srriseat Vltninta .5 " .I4
aOUTUKHK II t V I a I O .V .
tiiv ociki .giTnri-t,
t.ar K-laxooJ .,30 . rn. - ...10.10 p,n
" Flora ,4 h ...ll.i) "
trrlfai ihn.t' at " a is
AND HA II
JSSHJS SS4TEN. I'rciprlno.
lo Commercial Asenua, CAIKO, 1 1.I.INoI
Hat brand of Califs MiOljartln raeahvJ,
BILLIARD Moon fuml-hed with the I.cm
oftab e : and bar supplied with wines, llqiion
and clirar- of thene-t l,ran i-.
LITTLE K UNTUCK I AN
(Ojien Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levoc, bet, th and Oth street",
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A line new DInlnK Hall with every em,
sentence lm been added to thl iioiuila,
Iteatiiuraiit, and the (,'iiot will tlnJ etetj
reijuialtc lor their accomodation,
THE HILL OK FARE
conltH of every substantial and delicacy ol
is supplied with tbo
i'HOICEST LIQUOHS.WINES fcCIGAlc-
t3T.MIxcd drinks prepared with care.
BILLI A.XIDS .
S. sHsSartSSiltrtSan,sstm , l ( St
j ST. NICHOLAS
HARRY WALKER i .
Eighth St., Bt. Com. 4 Wabb.,
Our Home Advertisers.
And buy your
BOOTS JXTX S I-I O J3 3
fur. T nth alrrrl mill iliimr l. r.
I am now prepared lo iiumtif.i tore si
spring t)li'i.iii,li u p.iti lit leather, innrroco,
buck and rall-klii bont Slioe. l'li box
toe. cork und plllllp men. Scop-ll ImltnllK,
and betel c-ihtu or any other t) le jniiwMi,
I urn ali tii.timrn.-l ill Iiilt un extra ipnillly
of bulled ahfu-t, .My material ami vv.irK
maiiiblp are uarrantcd to be ol the bet. I
am determined to not be undersold lor the
nine itl:illty nl tiooil'.
Ili'p.ilriin; done neatly ami on bort
notice It, .Ionkx.
NEW HOOT AND SHOE STORE
At tliSUn ! IIr Itl'.ll IKMIT.
Con.vr.ii or Skvkstii Stkkkt and Wakii
CM 110, ILL! SO IS.
v here 1 Invite all tbo citizen of Cairo
and iirr(iu tilling country to c-nll and see II
they cinnot ne inoiicv, n I will ell er
low. I Inve iiioited the old inollo, "'l'h'o
iNHume rciiiiy it iteitcr tiiati the -low six
1 pence." .. s. MATSON
1 CAUL PKTKHS,
( nr Dlerrutti Mini Poplar ma,.
Inform the public tint b? haen;aifeu tne
ervlcc of a Klr-t-c-la- Wiizon makerand
al-o a l'irnt-cU llor-e nboer and l ready
i to in intif.u-titre and epurall klmU of won:
; In thl trade with nnalr and dlaiiatcb.
, NEW LIVERY STABLE
I nCTWICX WASH'X AVESUX ASD WALSCT
; Dr. ft. r. rieldn Informt tne public that he ha
. V K ll J' S T A H L E
on tlianortbwMt side of Teatb ttrert at nam
Uu Sitttlet will Le furnlttied rth none but tbt
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
snd the public may bo accommodated at al
botir of the day and night with sale teams
on the low rat tenn.
Dr. Weld aski a hare of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealin
and ctrlc-t attention to bu-,1
NEW YORK STOAE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOCST VAIUKTT STOCK IK TUB CIT T
OOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner ot .Hliirtxetitli alrrol nail Coin
0. O. PATIK
For .Salu at huloalo or Retail.
fOHNKIt .IUD-STUKET AND OHIO LEVEI
"I n tit i.e.
HEM IS, BROWN A; CO.,
HAG M AXUFACTURE R3
Ac-jests Home Cotton Mills
NO. sO Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
j "".".Ens ix Window SiiAiiits,
Wall Paper, l'cne Wiiitb
; Leap, Linsked Oil,
SnniTs Turpentine, Olue
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc, Etc.
M'ashlngton avenuo and Elovcntli street.
Cairo, . . . Illinois
CAIRO OITY COAL
I pr'psrsl lo
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
nnDh'B3 left at "allidajr uro,