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JjUX 0. OBBBLI, Editor and PubUhr
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M monk, by mall 100
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THS DOLLAR WKKrCLY BULLETIN
Joke 8. Obtrty bM reduced the subscrip
tion price of the Wiaaxr Cairo Bulletin
to Obi Dollar tier annum, matlnx It tbe
e'tuiKtui jirp i ilUhj llnSnithern Illlnol
Th president it weary, and Is about to
go off to tbo sea tide.
The Chicago 'Tlmei' layt '-Chicago doct
'not bog," and the 'Minourl Democrat' ro
torU that "St. Louie doei not steal."
They both lie.
Toe Atlantic ocean li crowded wltb
eleamer now, and compared to a ferry.
Voyager may ttart acron this water any
hour in tho day.
A Mobile bisfirar. worth flvn hundred
tboutand dollar, died recently, i6tvlng
vi. . . . , , . ,.
bit fortune to hit wifo. Her inheritance
how what itrict attention to builnei
will do far
Th. great legal battle of Ibanonnlo vi
Tweed wa rcnuwod on Tuetday Iat. Tbe
Indictmont to ha tried It the ''hie Indict
meat," charging tbo payment from tho
treasury of $0,090,000 on lillH ilxiy per
cent, of which were fraudulent.
In 1872 tho value of the iron maiiutar
lures of Cincinnati wai $25,750,000; of
fOOO. l,fi0.000; wood lfl,2S,OOOj
oltthlng $13,000,(100; eathor 8,000,000;
soap, candlos and oil $3,500,000. Fifty
eight Iboutand hand aro omployed in the
manufacturioi. The total vaIno of tbo
manufacture! in 1872 wa $142,100,000
an Increaie of 17,500,000 ovor tbo mine In
O.v to Mexico! If Gen. Grant withes a
third term of tho prciidoncy ho must ren
der bit proionco In the ofllco apparently
necestary by tho oxiitenco of war at the
cloioofhli preient term war in which
thli country will boa party. Ho will
therefore probably And aa excuse for war
with Mexico, and bould not fall, while
hl hand It In, to make Spain peaceably
turronder or light for Cuba. Hut lint, tho
cry thould be : On to Mexico !
Ose thing new undor the sun is buttor
made out of slaughter-houto fat or suet,
milk and salt. Tho Ingredients aro sub
jected to certain proccucs which aro faid
to make tbm into hmtnr ....
...... .w . v nuuk niiu
froib a country butter. The story will
betaken with a grain or allowance. A
company for the manufacture of this but
terbasbeen formed in Now York cit.
under tbe title of tbe Oloo M.Igaralno
Co., and it Is expected the proflu will be
over on hundred per cant.
I'niLir l'aiLLirs, tho alliterative gen.
tleman who make money by using bit
voice cheap for ch before assemblages of
unrutians, will sine at thestato Sunday
school convention to be held in Spring
field this week. Tho announcement of
tbe convention contains this sentence:
'Philip rtilllip., it is oxpectod w.ll on
'liven the occasion with tbe cadences of
bit sweet voice, tlnglnc for Jesui."
Philip sings for Pallllpt. All the volco
be spends In songs for Josut it well paid I
lor by tbe moek lamba who are dralucd
on every band and on all occaiiont by fel-
lows una vmi tpucuiauve rhllllps.
At a recent meeting of the cabinet In
"Washington cily, the subject of civiUur
vice reform was dlicumd at tome length.
A proposition was inudo by Secretary
Biciiardion to establish local boards before
which applicants for appointments may
undergo examinations Hnd thus be re-
I N"11 of Ihe expense, often fruitless, of a
visit to tho caiiital. The lax-paver will
fall to appreciate the privilege of koeping
up mete loeal boardi in order to save of-
mi" aspirants me trouhie or a visit to
Washington. Tnis Idea of clvil-iervlco
reform is one which will smooth tho path
of otDco-oeekors and take an oxtra dollar
out of tbo packets of tbe pooplo.
Hon. joa!l Cur.ua has issued a clr-
I cul" addressed to tbo voter of tho
V twentj-fouuh Judicial circuit. Ue ex-
Z . uoBuuct in reierunce
the .alary g,b, and says that, looking
ba over hit congressional record of
?::j7b of tbo
uo u uiwi mat Ho would ob
h auu, -iiwuu IwiuiTerv for tlia uiin .
agiiusi an momopoiics and railroad and
otner corporations, and my contcionco
assures me i have ovor worked in tbo
interest of labor at againn capital, which
queition is now tbo ercat itaua hnfnrn
j'the Amorican people, and I know ray
' position has been conttantlv for tlm nn.
y pla agalnit monopolies."
"uxAu;it to havo a daily
ptptr. 0nandafior.tho7thday of July
1t, the '-Soutb-EMt MtimnrUn f r .1...
plaw will bopubllibed cverv t.vnln n
publisher it a man of courairo. and U
nlng a great financial rltfc. The Capo it
thelattplacea wiie man would aalart m
nV.U.V - A. II.. "
" . l lIlDGr. hn 1 .
ry-hava no anterprl.e-don't ca.o for
yioing uut -rett." i tb- numV,or,
Mltwurian' in which we read th ...
ax- a . "
. """VMlLfl T 1
iiiruiacini lAniac. .
WUI UBUIl 1 tMiiil J .
loo l.h Idea tut Yankee, and ttrancert
win coma among tb,m m . .
rich. If tbe people of V!" .
as. .11 IbtpMuud energ ,...,.
eowtr to build np manual
kudBM, Cap. Oirardew, w,
iKki.buta auiifitupid toD, inLMte.i
, aatn to l.xy io think ar.d,t, voo, ln
OlilVlt.'' In thi rAtr1nait.
bo? tquuUitlon 1 a .lif;lik? liku 0
Iraa4t avarage oi uape Ulrard.tt
Tnt fighting editor oftbe Capt Girar
deau 'dputh-Eait Aluou'tUn,' lij,wejudge'
well aptethtmfflultx In ( witcb
hl(f-atwmmfi)y jwt laiy goub
tonefcllct laSpr M.ir.JuyJba eiclment
cttni tlood and thunder ightlnet of the
chivalry of the South, known in the
North by the plain name of rowdyism.
Rail, fn ibort, a taogu'.oary roan, and hat
a prlrate grate-yard In which he buriei
Lie own dead. "Double-barrelled shot
'gutj discussions," he 6(andly remarks, In
the lait number of bli paper, "are not car
Tied on by the odilor of tho 'South-Kant
' Mlttounan, but if any man can't iwallow
' bli Itonii ploatantly, ho can be furnlibed
'with an obituary nollco free of charge,
and a tomb Mono at first coitl"
WISE AS WKLL AS WITTY.
The editor of tbo Danbury 'News,'
whole witticltm are copied more fre
quently, porhapi, than thoto of any other
journal, city or country, not excepting the
Courier-Journal'),' hai had an invitation
to leavo tho country town in wnicn ue
Uvea for Now York, and .trantfor tho hu
mon of bit pen from the columni of his
weekly newipapor to thoeo of a city daily.
Ualley aniweri thj Invitation by tho fol
lowing; eentlble letter:
I Ilka thit town, whore I havo lived
most of my life, and the town like me.
1 My imall paper ii only a weekly; but I
own it and am content with the little but
I tatisfactory independence that 1 onloy.
, fcaow rv'e KoUJn , ROOa deal of rcputi-
tlon lately, it won't bo any leu If 1 stay
nern; ami, ii i, go io new
York, 1 am dreadfully afraid I
boutd soon bo an old itorv. and
dwindle down to an imperceptihlo
point. Your big city likes freh orancei:
but it very quickly tucks thorn drv. and
thr ws them away. I don't want to Lo
sucked dry right oil; to I think I'll ro-
mam where i am. I vasccn from my coun
try home how clever fellows turnout who
co to Now York with grand oxpoctatlons.
They cava up something, and in the and
found nothing. I am glad you want tn
bnvo mo come, and I'm cladder that I
don't want to enmo. Danburv. ineisnifl-
cant village a It Is, la good enough forme;
and as I don't want to steal anvthlncr. or
cot murdered, or cet una ronutatlon for
genius, I retpectfullv but drmlydeclinoto
pitch my tent in Gotham."
MOrtF. UVEUPO.lIi STEAMERS
FKOM. NEW OBLEANS.
A Now Orleans paper My that Mostre.
. I). Spartal & Co., of Liverpool, have
written to Air. L. J. Hlgby anil Messrs.
A. II. Froneh & Co., of that city, in refer
ence to tho cctabliebmont of a new lino or
ocean steamships to transport tho produce
f tho Mississippi valloy. Tho object is to
compete permanently and successfully
with tho railway and water routes via
New York, lloston and Montreal, and to
link the Liverpool Interests and connec
tions with the river barges on tho Missis
sippi, Missouri. Ouachita and Ited river
and tbo Illinois Central railroad. Thli
Arm proposei to have tteamert built of
twice tho dimentiont of the Lord Cllve.
uilablo for both grain and cotton
carrying. They will cott from 150,
000 to XiOO.OOO npiece, tut will
carry 16,000 balct of cotton and a largo
quantity or grain. Tbo proposition U to
cull it tbo Atlantic mid Great Wcunrn
Mlcamthlp company, connoctud with the
nver uargvi ana cotton prettet or Hew
Orleant. Tbe opinion It exprottod that
iron tcrow bargot of six or seven feet draft
can be built in Livorpool, and tent to New
Orleans in pieces to bo flttod up. It is
proposed that Mr. Hlgby should Interest
himself to inducoSt. Louis, Chicago and
other places to Join in tbo enterpriso, es
pecially the barge pnpl nn.l railways.
THE Nii.V i-ittoi-NT OK
Tho now president of tbe French ropub-
ltc,Oen. MacMnhon,bom at Sully, Franco,
in July, In tbe year 181)8, It now tlx-
ly.Uvo years of ugo. lloila toldier by
oducatlon and practice, having entered
the military eervlce of France in tho
school of St. Cyr, at the nge ol seventeen.
In 1830, when ho wan twenty-two, lie
took part in tho Algerian wart, and in
1832, acted at aids-de-camp to Gen.
Acbard at tho Beige of Antwerp,
tluturnlng to Africa, be showod skill and
courage, and tbnred iu tho danger and the
honor or tbe capture of Constantino. Ue
wai promoted to tho rank of captain in
1832, colonel in 1815, brigadier general
in 1848 and general of division in 185':
In 1850, be succeeded Gen. Canrobert in
the Crimea, and took a tnomorablo part
in the bombardment of Sobaslopol. To
film wat entrusted the perilous duty of
storming tbe MalakqfT, which ho effocted
successfully on September the
cub, and roceived for tho brilliant
achievement, tho Grand Cross of the
Legion of Honor and the dignity of sen
ator. In thn spring of 1869, be took a
prominent part In the Italian war, and re
ceived on the battlo tlold, at tho bandt of
apoleon Third, tho rank of marshal of
.Franm and tho title of duke of Macentn
Ho sorvod as governor gneral of Algeria
from 180 1 to 1868. Ho took a bravo but
unsuccessful part in tho Franco-PruiiUn
war, and wis woundod at Sodan, when
ho was chief In command,
at tho outset of tho engagement. Ho wat
a prisoner of wr In Germany for tlx
rnonthi, returning to Franco in tho sprlnir
oi IB. i. uo wa nominated commander
in chief of tho army at Versailles, con.
ducted the selge of Pari against tho com
mune, and lent valuable aid to Thiers in
the reorganization of tbo army.
TllK cjlOHM IN IOWA.
Washington county, Iowa, was the
acena or a terrible storm Inst week, a
storm which carried dettruction to prop
erty and death to humanity in its p,tb.
Kighteen persons were killed, and about
thirty wounded, somo of these terloutly.
nouses wore uiown aown, and tho tim
bers soatterod far and wido, fence were
demolished and bridges torn from their
fattening. Cow, boep, horiot and hi e
were deitroyed in great number, lb
tvrnado it described at "a dense black
'cloud, about a quarter of a mile In ti
panso at the top, and lepar'atlng Into
'two part aa it came down to earth, each
oi the part being In the shape of an in
'verud cone, rapidly and caieletly re
'voting. A farmer who stood within
'forty rod Vr the lne, says ha could tee
'distinctly, between the points of tha
'cloui. It enveloped ver thing within
THE CAIRO.DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNE9DAY, MAY 28, 1873.
' Its range in It tolls, striking lulialogi,
'now' on opt side and now on the other,
oatiiribf ifefa north and bUtb, east
louder th'an thufider, betaldod the apt
proicri of w itortd-cloud, which was as
terrible In its effects as it was unpre
cdentd In appearance. Its deitructive
course extendid thirty miles and property
valued at moro than a hundred thousand
dollars was wept out of existence. The
women and children, loin? In tho' homei,
were the most numerous victims of the
storm. Oie man lost his wlfo and baby,
and his four other children were seriously
Injured. One woman was torn to pieces
by tbe fury of the olomonts and hor baby
perished with tar.
On the Friday following tho occurrence
of the storm, six funerals took pNco from
one church. In all its features, it was,
without exception tho most terrible and
destructive storm which ever occurred In
Iowa, and hat been seldom equalled in
WELDON S FAMILY.
The late George Weldon wat murdered
while In tho discharge of hit duty. No
rasbncia on bli part induced tho fatal blow
that reiulttd in hi death. Ho was at
tacked without warning, and suddenly,
without opportunity to mako any pro
vision for hit family, was tent Id his ac
count. Ha left bobind him, unprovided
for, a family a wlfa and two young
children. They havo no rich friends to
whose klhdnoit Ihey con appeal. Tho do
cessod had no Insurance upon his life, bo
longed to no cbaritablo crdr, had no
monoy laid up againtt tho coming of a
rainy day. He wat not one of thoso men
who can maku and save. Year aco.
whllo attempting to ninko an arrest, he
w shot and almott fatally wounded. He
recovered, but wat a cripplu "for life,"
and could do no bard labor. He had,
therefore, to tko out a livelihood by doing
constablo's and policeman' duty, the
recomponfce for which labor is small not
moro than tufflclent to glvo a man of
family bread and butter. Ha thorofore
died almost ponnlloss, and those who de
pended upon him aro loft without money
and without friends who can aid them, to
fight out tho battlo of llfo by themselves.
Under those clrcumstancot, why should
not the citizen, as Is suggested by tho
'Gazette,' contributo to buy the olllcor's
widow and children a llttlo borne? Do tbo
citizons not owo this much to them 7
Woldon wm killed whllo doing duty for
tho people of Cairo and it is their duly to
eo that hi family does not luffer that it
it provided for and made comfortable
Wo are ture the poop'o of tbl city will
not treat tbia appeal with coldness. Thoy
havo ecurd by thoir liberality a title to
tbo enviablo reputation of being peoplo
wnoe nana are open as tbo day a char
itable a tha people of any community in
tha republic. Tbey never turn tho worthy
poor away without tbo consolation ol
liberal contribution, and wo believe
have no doubt thev will ooon
purtet, and throw Into tho Weldon fund
thoir mites, which, In the BCKrecate. will
maku n sum sufficient to rtilUvu thu linmo-
umto Kuan w vue wiaow una children
and provide for thoir comfort in tlio fu
ture. KATINU G'ltOtV."
Tho .Moumi Oliy 'Journal' commenting
upon Col. Woods' ordur to the poliremon
of this city to tako cases before Policu
.Magntrato iJJrd on nltornnto days with
.lll.li.n llp.io duoa .1.... . II. .
failed to cito tho law that authorizes lb
arbitrary procoodinif. The 'Journal' then
adds: "Tbo mavor Is determined to nr.,..
pol the citizens of Cairo to eat cro
whether thoy want to or not. In !
oi yore tuo hullbti.v would havo
I llnH.lA. .1.-
uuniuwuHiiii manor until the citv
, i.i i . i .
nuum aiuiuii navo oeen too hot to hold
' oodj but now It It as mum
! 1, ..., ....
iiiuuio, oats itl crow
'with tho meekness of a fresh convert to
Kauicallim and calls Illrd Jhdgo." Wo d
hov oenuvo tue mayor bad authority to
mooruor ne urn, but wa cannot s
why the rule that had prevailed In t.'.l
for sovoral years in reference to tho polio
V.. ..!.... .t i
uu"" mouiu oo chan(bd became th
people had olocted a colored man to th
u, po,,ce magistrate. Tho peoplo,
v ""ir Tot, navo proclaimed their do.
ouon to crow, and the policoman nfthi
city have no riht to say that thoy shall
not enjoy It. While it is true that Mayor
Wood had no authority to order that
iirost snoum ho patronized
day and Bird tho neit, it It a fact
iui,B utago nut csiKblished t in ruin
Cairo, that tho police maglttratos should
ao hunneis on alternate days, and the po.
Htoiiiuu uau no ngut to clmngo that rule
beyauso tho pooplo bad elected a mnn
wnoio faco was not wbito. Jlnvnr U'..,i
did nothing but insist that tho old rule
hould contlnmto bo observed. And horo
o in to say, that Mr. Illrd conducts
himself with much clrcuinmocilnn in 1.1.
wuiui, jio ii an inle i,.nr,t ...j ,
..nt. ... . ...
manly colored roan, and will, with ox.
TlAMlinfio a-i . . ... LI. la a t
, umnuii to rje an ih .ii
exemplary nollco maelstrate. it h..i...
Justlco to alt mon regardless of tho color of
yicir ucoa is eating crow, then Is Tiik
iilllbtin a crow eator who likoj the food
n is wining to tako it throe times a day
and lunch on it Imtun .... . '
HOME TIJLIDEl I
Corner Twelfth Mrect and WaMtlimton Ave
J. C. HUELS,
'l.te of St. t,oul,)
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK nnnir
wltb neatness and dispatch. All kinds nt
Mill... Annm at .linri .t...l..u tit ... . '
Miuazfne and Porlodicalt bound neat uud i
at '.he lowest POetlhle rules.
flinty work, such aa itecords, Duckets
Fit lluuK,, lllanka, etc.. made a ipeLlailtv i " ."' Philadelphia. I'u.-an tiiMitu
'loaes C k.t 'Hook. K-nvi lo' . ""ihaUii hluh-reimtatlon wr honorable
m . i- ...4L. ' I
mwvum It'll U
Chartered March I. lftf.
NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. n. 8AKFOKI). Prostdent;
S. 8. TAYLOK, Vice-President;
U. IIY8LOP, (Secretary and Tieanuror
P. M. ruacur,
K. II, Ccnnuiiaia,
I'stl G. HcNrn,
Deposit ol Mt;
Atnoisal ReeelvM Iran
Tes Cewta Upwards.
L3TKKF.ST paid on deposits at Ihe rate ( an
parotat. pr annum, March 1st and Bantam
rwr In. Inlereitnot withdrawn It added imme
diately to the principal of the deposits, therein
gifing them compound Interest.
MAKBItm WOMEN AMD OUILbaiN MAT
WJ that mo on IUI CAR DaAw IT.
Open ererj buiinr' daj from a.m. to S p.m..
nd Hatunu; ey' .ok lor HAVING DEPOatlr.
nlj, from to I o clock.
SO THAT 0 OKt ILta CAM MAW I.
auotl W. nT8I.or. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IlALLIDAV, Pruldett;
MBNRT L. HALLIDAT, Viee-lfrtlatat
A. H.HAPFORD, Cuhleri
WALTKB IJYBLOP, A.Uttn Oathlcr
Htaats Taiiob, RottaT H. CuRRlaonAa,
UIRaTL.iiALl.lB. U' l II. ........ 1
OlO. D. WlUIAMSOR. 'HtleHtii Ulan
A. H, Sir rots.
Ks r Tola a ad I'alted rttate
lotirta BawBhl iuiS Hold.
DiPOSITS racelvad, and a (eneral tanklat
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. .Milleii, Pruldrnt.
J. M. Piiillii-8. Vl-e-Pn-ideiit.
Cius. C'un.mxoium, Catbier.
OJliTiKCTIONS PROMPTLY MA UK.
EXCHAHOK, coin, bank nates and llnite
States tacarlllea bonaht and sold.
Interest allowed on 'line Depnalta.
in KUIith Street, beiween Commercial an J Wh
njtton Arenuea, I dallf reelrtnj
NEW MILLINERY GOOD3
LATRHT SI-KINO AND bUMMlCR STTI.ia.
Uesidee a full line of
BONNET8 &c HATS
f-hE.VCH FI.OWKIW. RIBBd.NS, TRIMMING
of all klniip. Lace, etc.. eto.
bCK Tl.M. OI.LAaa. UNDKhflLEEVES
KI.'PPR. hiiiiAj p.iu i'It,'s'
, ...... . .... .'((
And all other artieles muaily found in i
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mr. MrOeo, In addition to her Htock ol
Fancy and Millinery (lood. ban a Bne a,, j
m?.?i l ieu "wrtment of Cincinnati Custom
ilrenn Hoots, Hlack and in Colors. These
u.un..,.,nii.-uK:u io do me nnest and best
ever In tlm m.rL-..i .n.i .i.i ... r. '. . '
house tho city that make, them a npeclalty
II. A. Tlioinn
L. D. Thorns
TIIO.M.S & BROTHER.
Sueccsokr lo II. M. llttlun.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. IIHOKERS
AMD DKAI.IRH I.N
Mili Hnd Fincy Ororerlf,
l'oreIj,'ii and Domestic
IPRXTXTB A3STX) 3STTTT'.cj
it Cotninvrolal Avenue,
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS.
(Huccmor to II. Thlelcckc.)
Ornlir lu All Klnda
IIK1WKKN TK.NTII AND ELINKNTIl bTRKKTK
alnu ntirvhated tho crocery establish-
it ot II. Tmtdecke. I n hall uIu-iivh Vit
ii iiuiiu u iiiii iiiiti irrnii supply oi an mo
bl'kt UOOdd III inv llllc. to he friuu.l in lh
market, lly strict attention to business. I
.... ...i.. .i ii . i .. . . ...
all tliociidom the place hut enjoyed In thel
iiu iHir uuuiiiiir. i iiuiiu n i on v in rprnin
troni. Asking a fair share of publlo patron-
"ft"' .. ..
inn iu anu ui mi! nn many new tin-
ItK-peCtnilly, JIKIIMAN SCIIMIttaTOIIFr
BSUCLES TO MAKitfAGE
iiapy reiiei lor yoiinjc iiieu nyiu tua ,.
rl oi vrrors aud abusv In caily llie
tnliood ri'ktiiri'.l. Itiiiii illiiii'i la lu mar
rluKo removed. New metlmilii o" treatment.
New and rt'inurk title reuifijle. too a and
clrvinar HMit tree, In sealed' cuvelopon.
Aildri , HowMrd'Aannclatliin, Mo. 2 South
couduit and urulaaaional tUU.
cwiUiMaiuM Ahb iVsiiiwABOiMa.
PALLIDA Y bROTHERd
FORWARDING and COMMISSIOaN
DEALERS IN FIOURj
iad Aaeau of
onto aivaa Ami iahawha
70 Ohio Lxvrb,
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
A V V
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PKODUCE
MILLER k PARKER, j
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COR
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGKNT8 toe FAIRBANK'8 SOALE
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILUNOIB.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limk, Ci mknt, Planter, Hair, Etc.
turSCW "e" car ld lou at manulac
tureri.' price., adding Irtlght. 4-mi
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Ruoositort to E, B. Bndrloa Co.)
Forwarding and ComiBissioD
Liberal Adfancemtuui mad a
upon ConslirBmrata. mCJJ
Art preDarad lo raoaiT, store and lormir.1
friitbt to all points and hat and
all oa commluion,
WDu.inm attndad to prnmptlr;
I'E T E R 0 U II U,
o. ao omo LEVER,
S. I). AVI
AYEKS St CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lxvib, Cairo, Itia.
VVOOD KITTENHOW, & JiRO
' neral Couiniliwion Merohan
183 OHIO LBVXB,
Our Home Advertisore.
JOHM 41 ATM, rrwvrlat..
10 Oommaroial Aveana, CAIRO, ILL.INOI'
Bast braarl of Oafo WCIcamlu reoenvJ,
IIILUAHI) saloon furnished with the t.en
of Ublei : and bar tupplled with wine, llntion
ahH itltaa v 4 a a. a '
mi vikmbui luruuHi Drani"
(Open Day and Nliht.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Leveo, bet, 4th and 6th utrcela,
MEALS AT ALL HUUIU.
A fine new DlnlnR Hall with every eon
Restaurant, and the guetU will And evei
requisite lor their accomodation.
THE DILL OF FARE
consist of ve ry substantial and delicacy ol
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORSiWlNES & CIGARS
3"Mlied drlnkx prepared wltb care.
j ST. NICHOLASj
HARRY WALKER Prop r.
WIHM AMD LlltOOHSl.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j 'WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
kaap eenstanlly on haad a most 9ni
pitie stock or
cttTcn a vp iaiH WRiKin
-n t N a.-
Porl, Maderla, Sherry and CatawtWin
Jl' ?inlv ' WM lorSprn.
Ik. Mhl.i.l . f V" """' "I
EAt, EMTATK AUMOt.
John O.. lUrnjuu. . cha. Tlmmn
JOHN Q. HARMAN t CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Worlh Cor. olfllU II. taaad Ohio I.ai-tic
Sole authorized aeenta for thi iii
railroad land In Alexander ami i,,i..r;i
counties, of which there remains a In rt7
quantity unHoiu. cranraclng some ol the
very' bett In tho country., ,u
Abstracts of Title. JnnvMvn..t. .
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BTTaxe Paid. etc. h
C. WINSTON A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (A-CONC f 100R) OHIO uvii,
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PAY TAXES, '
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLS
' AadprraaraCxmT.f.Vtf KiM,)
Our Home Advertiiert,
And buy your
Cor. Ten lli atrtt anil C'enirarclal Av.
1 aro now nrrnnrml tn m.hiii. in,. .1
;irlnjratylen.atifli an patent leather, morroco.
buck ami caltkln bout 8hocn. wills hor
Uicj, cork and pump hoick. SrotYli hottornt,
mm in-iti cuko or any otner siyie ynu wlh.
I am also nianuracturlnir an extra quality
of ladles' shoes. Jly malerial and worii
maiifblp are warranted to bo ol the bet. 1
am determined to not be undersold lor the
name quality ol floods.
Repairing dono neatly and on abort
noll; R. Joms.
NEW ROOT AND SHOE STORE
Al IIikNIsjsi of Ihe BKI) BOOT.
Cousin or Svr.HTit Strkt axd Wash-
Where I Invite all tho cltlicns of Cairo
and surrounding country to call ami see II
they cannot save money, ru I witl'scll very
iw .' ,.'.i,ve "''"t11'' tlu old motto. "The
Nimble Penny In littler than thn Slow 'Six-
tor Klavetslk and Poplar ..
Itilonni the publlo that ho baienfraeeu the
wrvlcM of a Flrt-claa Wairon mskerand
also a nrst-clan Iforso shoer aud Is ready
to rnantifaeture and epairall kinds of wori
In this trade with npalr and dispatch.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
nxTwit irnn'n AVixni atd walici
r. B. r. rialds Infonai la public tbtlb ha
L 1 V E R r STABLE
on tha north! ndi of Tanth itrM aa naas
nil H'tbln will bfufnlsnd with aa but th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at al
hours of the day and night with tare team
on tbe lowest tenna.
Or. Fields aks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealTa
and strict attention to l.unl
NEW YORK STOiU;,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAaotST VARIITT TOOK lit TUI CITr
GOODS SOLD VERT CLOSE.
Turner of If I a its mm Can
C. O. PAT1EU
For Salo at Wholeaala
OOHNIB 32D-8TREIT AND OB10 LIVO
It" P. t3awlMi.Br.
BEMIS, BROWN & CO.,
AiiENTri Homb Cotton Millh
NO. M Ohio Levee, Cairo. 111.
WARD ,t ROBERTS,
I1KU.KM IJI.WlNUOW SlIADCS,
Wall Paper, Pum Whitk
. Lkad, Linseid Oil,
Spirits Turpentine, Glue
ohellac, alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh street,
CAIRO CITY COAL
prpar4 to an',
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
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