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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1873.
JollN n. OBERLY, Editor and Publisher
TERMS OF TIIE DAILV OULLETIN :
Om wm, by carrier 9 2
One yaar by carrier, Id advauce 10 00
Ob year by carrier 11 not Jul J In
advance , 2 00
9n month, by mall 1 00
fart months 3 00
8U months ft
Oat year 10 00
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BlLLKTIN
John 1L Oberly hu reduced tbe subscrlp
tlon price of tbe Weekly Cairo Bulletin
1 1 One Dollar per annum, nuking It the
ehetpsstptpjr published InSouthern Ullool
Ko candidal in opposition to Judgi
Baker la this circuit hasyol dfjplsjcd hit
bead for our club. Tbo war will remain
It It estimated Ibat Col. Crcbi will re.
eelve at loait Ovo hundred majority I
Gallatin count. Judge Crawford will re
celre at lcait one tbouiand majority in
Union county. In bli own county Judgo
Duff it not very popular, and will not
leave it with a majority of very great di
OiN. Davis bat got .Modoc Jack down
No doubt of It. And now the qestion Is
whit will Davit do with Jack, If be
should catch that amiable Rentloman.
Kill him ? We vote "nay." Tho copper
colored deril bai made to gallant a fight
hu beta so borolc in bit lavagory that
be it entitled to llvo. Bottlo bim, or
cage bim, but don't kill Urn.
The city printing it the cauio of dif
ficulty between the journals of St. Louis,
EraniWHo and Cincinnati. Cairo has
happily oicaped a city printing contro
versy, a fact to be attributed to tbe for
bearance of Tiik Bulletin. Vi'o bavo
aid a few word about printing, but in
tbe bet of bumor. Tbe 'Sun' tried to bo
come angry, but we tickled tbat little
iheet Into a good bumor.
LET TJS PROCEED TO GOBBLE.
It ii laid tbst tbe report hat been
bruited .about at Washington tbat a coup
d'etat Ii about to transpire, by which a
new itato ii to bo carved out of Mexico.
It ii understood this ii tho plan designed by
Gen Shields in 18 , which contemplated
the acquisition of tbo territory lying be
tween the Rio Grande and tho Sierra
Madre, with San Luis at the capltol, and
liatamoras and Tmpico as the seaports.
It is thought tbat 6,000 men from Uncle
Sam s dominions can be easily raited for
tbatpurpoie. A filibuitering expedition
for tbe purpose indicated would be a mil-take,-
but we hope and beliovo tbat
our government will acquire
tba territory Indicated by pur
chase on tbe first favorableopportunity
by conquest. There ii at this time suffi.
ctent excuse to Justify Preildent Grant in
involving Ibis country in a djfflcuHy with
Mkilco. Uands ol lawless desuaradoca
from tbat distracted nation raako almost
any raiai across tbe Bio Grande into
Texaa Healing property and murdering
American citizens. Tbo Mexican goyern
meni ii powerless to prevent these
outrage, and the only effectual'
way In which tbey can be corrected it to
unite a large part of Mexico to tbe Union,
civiliio lu people by driving tbem out
(if tbe paradoxical exprenlon may ba al
lowed), then annex another part and
clvilii It, and to proceed until all of
tbe laod of the Montezuma bai been
gathered Into our embrace. This is r part
of our manifest dcillny.
Tbe 'Slate Journal,' commenting upon
our reference to Gov". Palmer's good word
ur m uugo Lawrence, asxs ii u nas ever
occurred to us tbht If the pathway between
the monopolists and anti-monopolists wero
"cleared" tbat it would bo ascertained
that tbero Is no appreciable difference be
tween the two forces. Tho question Is
one of the conundrum kind. It Is not
easily understood. Of course, if all tbe
impediments now In the pathway leading
irora tno anti-monopolists to tbe monopo
lists wero removed, the two forces might
gei togeiner witnout Uitliculty, and
when tboy bad united lhnn
thew would not ba any np.
preciable dlfforence bctwten them; but
tbe troable is tbo two forces aro separated,
and tbera are Impediments which prevent
them from unlilng. Tng mouopolisti aro
not auxlom that these impediments should
be removed, unlets the anti-raonopolitts
will first agree to cspltuUto and go over
w tbeir side. This the anti-mo-nopollsts
will not do. Thoy are
the peopI?J and cannot ha
daced to surrender to Ibo creatures
of tbeir own creation. Tbo surronder
must come from the other aide. Whon it
does, then indeed tbe pathway will L.-
been clearod and there will bono longer
any appreciable difference of any kind b.
tween tbe two opposing forcti. That this
surrender roust come, is a fact over wblcb
tbe 'Journal,' with the other ori'ans of th
rings, may lament, but which will Bivu to
me country great cause for rMoidntr
fUL- .1.1- 1 1 ... .
auohuo iituumig up, ana lUe Insolent
monopolists who stand in its patbwuv
ordering it to reccdo muit retreat or else
be swallowed In Its irreslstablo wave.
A few days ago, commenting upon the
nomination of Hon. James O. Allen for
Judge In tbe Oiney circuit, over Judge
".UJ ine Dummer candidate, we wroto
that we presumed tbe nomination was
made bscm,,, Mr. Allen was known to be
sound on tb, railroad question, and added :
"While a memUr of (be constitutional
convention, Mr. Allen took a leading
,!K,-9xbe 'MM., and was one of tbe
i fraiesi advocates of the doctrine that
lbs) railroad companies are not greater
than tbe state." Tbe printer, In compos
ing tbt sentence, ommltted the word
not," thus snaking us say what we did not
Intend to say. The Decatur Magnaf
ym&$ti''8&m JK ai.
lea while a member of tbeeonititatlonal
'MTmUob, was oo of tbt firmest advo-
cates of tbe doctrine tbat tbe railroad
i companies are greater than tbe state, at
1 The Bulletin: io positively affirms,
tben be certainly had a lingular way of
snowing uu opposition to inai roonojjuijj
i and tt U still more lingular ibat ha should
' now receive tho nomination against
'toot of tbe monopolists, because Mr.
1 Allcn ii known to be lound on tba rail
1 road 'question.'' We bar no hatlta.
tion In admitting tbat wo are undoubtedly
tbe 'MagnetY "meat;" but if tbat kindly
disposed paper will insert the word "not"
Into tbe place we intended it to occupy in
our comments on Mr. Allen's caodldicy
wo will not object, and we shall bo re
lieved of tbe sutpiclon of- intending to do
Mi. Allen any injustice. Tbat gentleman
doe not and bas never advocated tho mo-
nopolitt'a doctrine that railroad corpora
tlom created by tbe state cannot bo regu
lated by tbo state. We are at great a
liar as Munchaien if we laid so Inten
The Carmi 'Courier' calls The Hulle
tjit "tbat influential and fearless ex
ponent of Domocracy the free, unprej
udiced leading Democratic journal of
'Southern Ulinoli." The 'Cnurior' ii cor
rect. Keno wa never tnoro correct.
The Bulletin ij a fearless exponent of
Democracy, but it ii not and never can be
made tbe instrument by which so-called
"Democratic leader" may be enabled to
any longer xnliload tbe people lately
anown ny tbe partisan title of Dem
ocrala. Tbat portion of the press of
this country devoted to Democratic prin-
iplca was too longdomineorcd by tbe pol
iticians who led ths Democratic party
from miitako to mistake out of one fry-
ng pan Into another tiro. They would
not pormit tho party to be honest, but
mailo It skulk about among tbo Issues of
tbe day like a coward. Under tbeir ma
nipulation it was a little of everything and
not much of anything. One day it wore
tho features of the party of freedom, the
next scowled from under the mask of
nvery, the next,- like Milton's
dogma, was upward man and downward
sh, and then again was neither flab,
flesh nor fowl. It was at times tbe pre
tended opponent of paternal government,
but dm not practice its preachings. Its
leaders occasionally made professions of
devotion to freo trade, but tbey never al-
owed tho party to" become tbo champion
that principle, but made it SDoak
with i doubtful voice whenever
tbesuljuct was discussed, and act the part
of "Good Lord, good devil." AVo tirod of
this policy and kicked out of tbe partisan
traces, determined to run a little party of
our own or else Qnd a political organiza-
tiou that would without caring fur conse
quences battle for Democratic principles
a party that would with courage not
only denounce the doctrine of protection
but declare for free trade, and tbe wise
principle of government of which Jeffer.
son was one of the most distinguished ad
vocates, fauch a party would, in fact, be
tbe Democratic party, but cot tbe parly
wnicn oi jr im been knu by
tnat nama. It vniild v.. nnw
founded on Democratic principles which
existed bofore the constitution of the UnU
ted States was founded principles which
nerved the arms of our revolutionary he
roes woo took arms to resist tbeantl-Dem
ocratlo policy of George III., and who
achieved for us tbe Independence of these
ouce united states,
OLEANLIXESS OR DEATH
"Wo do not wish to complain, but the
apathy of our city autboritiea in reference
to tbo threatened comtng of tbo cholera
inoir apparent determination tn An
nothing tbat may ward off tbe threatened
plague the coolness with which they
listen to the warnings of their constitu
ants, demands that every citlzon who has
any regard for his own safely and tbat of
his family and friends, should immediately
gut a long polo and proceed to
stir up tho indolent council or
lazy board of health. "We must clean tbo
city, or prepare to get into our coffins
Thero is not a city around us that has
not taken tbe alarm. St Louis, Louis
ville, Cincinnati and Chicago are all at
work gathering up and putting out of tho
way tbo pestllence-breoding flhh of their
streets and alleys. Tho Louisvllb '.Tour
rial,' In doublo-Ieaded editorial savs
"From all accounts thero would seem to be
' little doubt tbat cholera ban mado its ap
pearanceat New Orleans. Thero Is lust
'doubt that unlets sulilclent precautions
'bo promptly taken, it will shortly
' reappear in this nnd other cities having
uireci communication witn Kew Or.
'leans." Dr. Clendennln, president of the
Cincinnati board of health, has received
mrormatloa tbat thero is ho Jnnn-r anv
doubt that Asiatic cholera Is prevailing In
inouresontt-iiy. ine Doctonayi: "Every
urain, ceuar, ouiDUiming, yard, privy
'vault, etc., should bo cleaned ; all refuse
'vegetablo matter and rubbish should be
'removsd from about buildings of every
'kind; cellars should be white-waihed
ana atreu uaiiy. uommentlnr on ibis
tbe Chicago 'Tribune' remarks, tbat "aa
tbo cholera is not contagious, but, like
(me epizootic, travels in somo mysterious
way, Itbeboovos individuals lupay strict
kttmtlon to tbolr personal habits and
'modes of life, to avoid excesses of ever
'kin J, and to keep their systems in a hoawiy
condition. Hy following Iheseeoneral d
'rccllons, at.d keoplng a clean conscience,
it is possiblo for a man to go on his way
'with perfect freedom, ulthough the cbol
' era may Ue raging all about hltn."
Again we ask, what are our authorities
going to do about this ? Do they intend
to roiiiain motionless until tbe plague !
upon us? Where Is Wooten? "Why
dun't bo stir himself make a fuss get an.
gry and swear a little? lie must. And tbe
mayor should not lose any time in Issuing
a proclamation, as the mayor of Louis
ville already has done, appealing to tbe
citizens to leave nothing undone by which
we may ward off or mltlirate the terrible
disease which Is almost certain to, come
into ur midst this summer. And Mc
Qals) should turn himself find all bis force
into health officers, and do all that can be
done toa make Cairo as cloan as a Hew
England bouatwlfe's sptro bed-mom.
W have already too long, delayed this
necessary action ; let us be no longer
guilty ofsuofi negllgencel Come, now,
city authorities; let us all, under your di
rection, take bold of this matter in earnest
and at once "right now."
Oisarlfrttl asvs-els ai, met).
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OA I HO
I orvicEJts :
A. Ii. S AFFORD. President;
H. fl. TAYLOIL Vlee.Prediti.nl.
H. J1YHL01', Secretary and Treasurer
P; M. tutelar,
P. H. BrocaixiTir,
K. II. CCIIIVBl.tf.
Pact. O. Hcrcu,
J. M. Pniturs.
at, r. UAUIDAT,
Depe!M of My A
mmmt - -
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rata of six
STf.i?'.' .,B.t"Mtno wj'ojrawn Ii added Irnme.
Hi lr.i lhe P"lpal of the dsposiU, thereby
giving thsm compound Interest. '
Sf AaiUKD WOMBS AND OHILDBKN MAY
SO TBAT 0 Oil lUS CA DaAW IT
. ' DUm" a7 rrom a.m. to 3 m
for BAVI.NO OKPrJSlIX
oai rrom m m a o ciooa
W. 0TSLOP. Trtuaror.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OA I SI O,
W. P. IULLIUAT, PretldDt
HENRT h. HALLIDAT, Vloe-PrMldsm
A. B.HAFFORD, Cashier
WALTER 1IT8LOP, AMlilta Cl,lr-
BtaitsTatlob, Hoiist H. Crxmaoiuii,
Illf L.UlLUMI W. P Him.,.
Gio. V. WiLLunso, Btspbik Bias
a. a. Bunin,
Exchange, Cl ajtd VsslKxt HSlfe
Bosnia Boissht Bil Sold.
DiPOSITfl ree'd, and a xeneral banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or OA I It 9.
n. W. MILLER, President.
J. M. PniLLtpj. Vice-PreIdent.
Cnae. Cu.nsi.nouam, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK.
EECHAROE, ,eptn, .... .. utiw.
btatM McuiltlM bonnet asl sold.
IssSwreit Allowrd ass Time Itopostta,
On RUbth Btraot, between Oommercial ac t Wh
NEW MILLINERY QOOD3
LATEST 8PKINQ AND SUMMER MTTLES
BOHKETB 8s HAT9
ITnmmed and untrimtned.l
FhKNOD KLOWKR8, RIBBONS, TRIMMINQS
of all kinds, Laces, etc,, eto,
Mrs. Mcdee haa also a larga aasortmeat o
Psncj Aiticltu, such a
. DrU.T.AaH lINniruni.iriruira
RUFFS. BAHUI58. FANH.i '
And aU other articles uiunllr found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Sirs. McQee, In addition to her stock of
raney and Millinery Goods, has a fine and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladies' and Mioses' Shoes and Will
ilrcns' Hoots, Black and in Dolor. These
arcacknowlcdged to be tbe tlnet and best
ever in tho market, and this Is the only
uuunu wv uu, iua, uia&UB iueui a SpCClttlty
HI14L, SUIT ATE AUK.ItJl,
John J. Ilarman. Cha. Thmpp
JOHN Q. HARM AN i CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
N'orth Cor. of fitli at. Mnil Ohio I.vre
Pole authorized agents for the sale of I. (J.
railroad lands In Alexander and l'nl.nkl
rountles, of which there remains a largo
iiuuii,; Milium, riiiurucing rome 01 tue
very bet in tbo country,
Atx'tractii of Title, Conveysnclni; msde a
I'ejlalty. Heal ritate bought aud sold.
taTTaxes Paid, etc.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
7i. (sicokd riooa) ouio lkvkk,
But and Sill Rial Edtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OK T1TLB
AaJ tMr .Com.jaooM ft Hindi!
we can; offer
To a man whose acquitments are unexcep
llonsble, and Whose fJiue can be wholly
lli.uvuiv. 1.11s nnwrs vv;"v , mm uq n jiui y
..l.i.ta ... - r.t..L.Hl nll ri.tnliM&...l.
I&IICII iic-iit u ."uuvillll, 0 tfjfl.
ployment, an excrllout chance, and we
UViVUjr VUVIt VU4lIfft'llC,, "im tUOae
only ofgood social standing Address
H. WALTEM. rreprlelar,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
lath, sh1noles, cedar posts
door3, sa8h, blinds
Faralhl ea horUwit nolle.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
F. B U V A N T ,
Near TffCLty-ixth Street,
Ohio Lkvee, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber. Oak, I'oplar, Cy
prcM, tVnlnut, etc., dtlivcrcd In any part
of the city free of charge.
tSTl'atronngo sollcltoil, and satisfaction
guaranteed. s-"23 tf.
l'OVLAR. WALNUT, ASH
YELLOW PJ1YE FLOORING
For sale at low iltrurcf. Also,
FENCING OR SHEETING
Sold very cheap by
C9 2w. Cairo llox and FIasket Co.
ARNOLD & MYERS,
Co m mission Merchants
Ofllce (for the nrcpull t tl UM.Ii.',
Ohio Levee, - Cairo, Ills.
Are nrprinreil to ll fill l'lml. n,nn.HV
at auction or on coiaml.-sloii. &-13 urn.
I. D. MATHUaa.. B. O.CHL
MATHUSS k UHL,
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
(Successors to John B. PhlUli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTH-ST. aud OBIO LEVE
WINK'S AND UtAUUHSS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, kp conilnntlr on hand a most euro
Plat stock or
SCOTCH AsfD IBISn WHISKIM
O I K B,-
Fort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "WinM
It. Smith .t Co. aro aho nentu for Sncn.
ccr. ili Kay ftCo.'. l'lttfliiirj; ale, of which
larL-e stock U kept cotjtantly on band at
Ii. A. Thorns i). Thorn
T1IOMS & BltOTHER,
Succcsosrs to II. M.iiuien,
COMMISSION MERCHANIS, BROKERS
AND DKALBRH IN
Mtlt Mtsd l'nney GrorrUa,
I'orclgn and Domestic
131 Coninierclal Avenue,
CAIRO. - . ILLINOIS.
(Successor to II.TblcIccke.)
DrnUr tn All Kinds
IIETWKKX TENTH AND ELEVENTH KTBKKTa
llavliiL' nurchanod tint ernenrv establish
innm ..I IT 'I'll .1 I ..1. u l.nn
on hand a full unci froh ripply ol all thu
bet iroods In niv lino, to lio found In the
ul 1 tin) 1
llmr. I lioiin lint r.nlv In rulaln
11 inu cii'iuui win iiiucv nail enjoyuu in hid
past, hut to nilii to tho IM many now pa
trons. Asking a fair share of publlo patrou-
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llsppy reller lor younn men irom tue ei
fprt. nf nrrnra anil abuses in carlv lite.
Manhood restored. Impediments to mar
rue removed, ew meiuous oi ireatment.
New and rerrirk ible remedies. Uooks and
etrcuisrs se:t free, In scaieu envelope
X.I.I it ....I 1 l.tlin Vn A C...v
Aildress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth street, rb'.ladelpbUf i'a, so instltu
"03 having a high reputation forbonorablt
HMJtJMIUH' AT' WABI.
FORWARDING amd COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FIOUR ;
Aad Aetata of
OHIO IV1U AKD KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lrvks,
Caibo. I Luxor.
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
r 0 B W AH DING
A K V
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER A PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, lXUNOIfl.
r.rfw'FUAI PiltICCinM UEinmrsMii
vu.ii.itfuiun Jir.nuIl.Hl I
And dealer lu
Lint, Cimksit, Plabtm, Haik, Ere,
i i i i.
K7TM will sll In cir liin.l Inta .t .nniWi..
iwi.il yiiMvt, buuiok ireiunt. 4z-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Huecessors to K. 11, Ueadrioas k Co.)
Forwarding and OomraiasioD
Liberal Adf aneamaula made
Are praparad to reoaiT. atora and forward
trslKbU to all point and bay and
an uo oommiuioa,
saVDasloMs attandad to prompUr;
PE T E R 0 U 11 L,
No. M OHIO LEVKE,
3-Mtf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
8. D. AYBKB.
AVERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 73 Obio Lvf , Caibo, Ills.
WOOD RITTENflOUSK k BRO
Gdueral Commiaiioo Merohao'
183 OHIO L171I.
Our Horns Advertijors.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL Tl R
NO CDANGK OF OARH
FROM CAIRO TO '
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY OIK CHANGE OF CARS
. , ' OM CAIRO to
Claelasall, Kllaoapella, Tols.M,
Detroit,' L'ltTeliJ, Ml. .arm Kslli
Hoflalo, I'lllsbuist. Wa.hlnton.
Baltlmnrr, 'fhllvl.lphl., Now Totk.
Boston ar.il all poiau cast.
Milwaukle, Janstllle, Mvllson.
lCronf , fit. rul an J all potrjln nortli.
This in M"o ttie only dltrct rnalntii
ir!Alir. ninomlnclon. Nmink-nlil.
Ptnrla, UuIdct) Kpolcuk,
Burlmclnn. R.k Islsnl. La Hallit.
MfnJota, Diion, Frrt,
Osln, iMiluiqur, Siout Ulti,
Omaha and all lnl norlhir!.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca
wn an riignt i rams,
lUfgiftt Cbwkrd to all Imrortant oln(r.
Vnr tlrkAU Anil inrArtnAlinn. Annlr 1a t. r.
dapot at alroi on board tno transit ntnamar
twMu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne rrlnclp
rallroa I llekrt offlca throughout tli tuiitli,
yi. r. jiiin.in, iho'i rats. A i, giiK-0.
A. MitcasLt, (Isn'l. Hilp'l. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, A3't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND IL.LINOI8
SOUTHEASTERN R R.
On and aftor Monday, April JUh, 18T2
trains will run as follows:
raaiss noma sncrnsisr.
! VlrslniA.. i5:to a. m
" BprlnafUld :o "
.... a.17 "
Tatlortllla in A
Arm at f
Iare Pana 4.UJ a. m,.
" TailortUI 4.40 "
....3.15 a. m
iato apr.nrfleld. S.S
Arrite at Virginia.......?. " .....s.n
vaaiaa ooim sacTaiAiiT,
Lat Edcwood....J.SOa. m. .1U.I0 p.ir
" Flra,....s, ll.40
Arrlre al Hhawtient'n .U ' ......,a i
AND BA B-
I .. . ' '
I 1IIUH AAAWu n .
lot Commsroial Atenoa. CAIKO. ILLINOI-
oast traad or Callfc- laClsiarslo reoehvJ.
I BILI.TAnn AAlnnn rilrnl.h..1 w.tl. .k. t .
ortables : and bar supplied with wines, Uquon
w(m. vi lurucsi urKjjun
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levoe, bet, 4th and (1th wtrcet,
JIKAL3 AT AUL IIOU1H.
linn nnvr fllnlnr. 11.11 ...l.l.
yenlence has been added to this popular
ItHatmimnt ntwl tliaa ii ...in at
icijui-iw jur iuvirnrcuuiouauon
TIIE BILL OF FAJIK
cpnMsta of every nibitantlal and dellcacr ol
tbe ewm, '
ts supplied with tbe
CHOICEST LIQUOIIS, WINES &CI0AIIS
IMIxed drinks prepared with caro.
HARRT WALKER j ,
I:. Oil s
i " i i " I
pa TZ I S
. 2 M a I
o o S
) H f as
DANIEL LAMPERT, '
Kiwtb Bi,t Bt. Com. V7ai,
Our Home Advertisers.
g AndJIuy your
SOOTS XIsTX) BHOHa
Cor.Tcitllt slrvatastil t'onim rrlal Av.
I 1 am now ptopsrod to wsnufatture al
, sprtni; stylos, audi a patent If ather, morroco,
buck and cnll-nkln boots. Hlioo. tvlth box
I loek. cork ami pump soles, Hcotch bottoms,
, and bctfll cilco or tiny other stylo you with.
I am nl'o iiiaiiufacturlnK an extra nuallty
, of Inllos' shoes. My material ami wors
inamhlp aro warranted to bo ol tho lict. 1
am determined to not be underbid lor the
same rjtiallty n( kooiU.
Itepalrlntf dmio neatly and on short
, notice It. .Io.nbs.
NEW HOOT AND SHOE STORK
Al llinNlaa rih Hills BOOT,
Coiinxr oi' Sbvkwtii Strkrt AMD Waii-
OA IHO, ILLINOIS.
V here I Invite all the citizens of Cairo
and surrounding country to call and see It
tbey cannot save money, as I will sell very
low. i have adopted the old motto, "Tbo
Nimble l'cnny h llcttcr than the Mlow Blx
"iK'e." S. S. MATHON
Cor.Klavfsstls ass4 Poplar IS..
Informs tho public that ho basengai(eu tne
services of a Kurt-dans Vaoii makerand
also a Kirst-claM IIore shoer and is ready
to manufacture and epairall kinds of work;
In this trade with npalr and dispatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
sirwiis WAen'rr avc md walmui
Dr. B. T. rialds Inform tne pablle tbat t ba
on tba Bortbwast side of Taath atrsl as aass
His B'aMsa will b faralsbad with asaa bat the
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
and tbe public may be accommodated at al
boun of tbe day and night witb safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Field aaks a share of public patronage
uu .till enuvator to merit it by filr dealTus:
and f trlct atttntlou to busl
NEW YORK 8TOAtt:,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
tASWMT VAUIXTT SI00K III THE ClTy
GOODS SOLD VERJ' CLOSE.
Porssar ml msss(sstls atrl stsssl Com
ssstal A v as,
C. O. PATIKIi
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
COUNEB :12D-HTBEKT AND OniO LBV XIs
BKMIS, IJROWN Si CO.,
AOKNTH IIOMK COTTON MiLLS
NO. 60 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Ills.
WARD Si ROBERTS,
Dkaleks ix Window Shades,
Wall Paper, Vurk Whitk
Lead, Li.vbiip Oil,
Spiritij Turpentine, Glue
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc;., Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh street,
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to sapsl '?"' with lb
PITTSBDRG AND IULNOIF
Bt. cbijo "Homim" vft T ft?1 a!ta