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THE CA11W DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1873.
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J11IIN U. OHKKLY, Editor and l'uhllsher
TEEMS OF THE DMIA 1.IULLCTIN :
On week, by carrier .. . t
One year by carrier, In advance... . 10 00
One year by carrier II not pilil In
advance . . . 1'.! 00
Vne month, by mall too
rbrae month 3 00
SI month i fi
One rear 10 00
TUB DOM.AU WEEKLY MJLLKTIN
John 11. Oberly has reduced the inscrip
tion price of the Weekly Cairo lit'LLErii
ta One Dollar per anmim, making It tn
A ROLMNfi mill company ha bein
organized nt Mempbls.
Tiir. Memphis Appeal assures tbo pub
lic that thero f no cholera epidemic In
.)ct)l n a I. circuit election noit .Monday.
Pon't teglect to ro to tin polls and vote
Tur yellow lover hat alio made III ap
poa..nce &t ew Orleans, and It exnecUi
dally at New York.
Gov.Hevekiixje it going to New York,
and during bit absenco, stato senator Kurly
will bo acting governor of Illinois,
i'niLtir l'aituvi it not nt Springfield
thfi week ringing for .'ou, as ho ndver
tiled he would bo. 1e Is dipping lid oar
into some other religious stream,
Loxo Branch Is being gradually en
croached upon by the sea Ton or fifteen
feat more of tho blull' was washed nwav
latt winter. If tho president wants to
sare hit Long Branch cottage, ha will
hare to follow tho cxamplo of old Canute,
and order tho waves to stand lack.
Frkd Grant it to accompany God.
Ftantey on hit expedition to tho Vollow
stone, through Sioux City. Tho public
will bavo to bear with fortitudo tho do.
privation of not hearing anything about
-Fred for iotn? time, at no civilians or cor
respondents will go with the expedition.
- - - - .
Two Georgia edltore bavo bnd a row.
CVrey W. Styles, of tho Albany 'Sun' haJ
remarked on several occasions that Alex,
rat. Clalr-Abrams, of the Atlanta 'Her
ald,' had negro blood in his veins, which re
mark went to Alex's cars, who immediate
ly procurod n shot-gun and went in 'earcb
of Carey. Tbc mayor saved Carey's body
from perforation and Careyroto tocxplain.
but Alex continues on tho wnr path,
Tux -Memphis 'Appeal,' in view of tho
'rumorsofan exaggerated cbaractortouch
Mng the health of tho city,'- has been at
paint to "collect and collate tho statittirs
of doatbt during tho months of April nnd
Alay and And "Jlomphti as healthy to
day as ever she was at nny time during
her history. Tho 'Appeal,' however,
rapt the tiltny and tho careless' peoplo of
the cltyover tho tinger mid inotsta on
vigilance and cleanllntM, Individually
Col. MpKeaic is usually an oncrgctio
man. llo can push things when he tries;
but he seems to have gone buck on postal
cards. He is prejudiced against them
probably, and don't Intend to allow tho
peoplo of Cairo to indulgo in such
vanities. Possibly, after all tho world
and tho rett of mankind hat used them for
a decade or two, our accommodating post
muter will procure & specimen of tho
cardt and Veep it at tho olttse to grntlfy
tbu curiosity of our citizens.
i ub bloody braves 01 the South aro at
it as usual. A few day3 ago Mr. Thomas
1'hilllpt, a prominent citizen of Opoliku,
Alabama, waa killed in cold blood by a
young man named Hooper, who was im
mediately admitted to bail in tho sum of
Vi,500. Hooper is o,ulle a lion in tbo
elite society of Opolika tlnco tho tragedy,
"o ViuprooftVly be sent to tho national
concrcss in u few years. Whon will the
people of the South awaken to the ne
tetslty of punishing these bloody out
TiieftE It no contest for judgo in this
circuit, and there will therefore
be a very light voto pollod; but
wo do hope tbo citl.cnt of
Cairo will not fill to deposit their voles
lot TMt it tho judge't homo,
and he merits the coinpllmont of a full
tote, Whatever falling ho mav bwe on
the b.ncb and no man Is without faults-
lie It, we all believe, an honutt and contei-!
mtlout and good Judge, and wo all respect
him. Let us therefore all voto for him.
The election It next Monday.
TlIK examination of tbn man b, tl,0
name of AlclWaJes Do Blanc by a Unltod
tts commissioner at Now Orleans tho
other day resulted In that gentleman'!
discharge. Every negro who testified
againtt Alclbiadet declared that be was a
friend of the nsgro, had never bun one
of the race, had never said he would, aad
never would. The negro who madu the
affidavit on which Gen. Vn Blanc was ar
rested'for conspiracy against colored men
"un mu aiujhviv because
be apprehended that De Blanc and his
followers might kill an indefinite number
of blacks, and became Gov Kellogg want
td him to make it.
A.f exchange gives tbo following clear
account of a "wonderful mrglctl opera
tion" recently performed on a child' "The
' child had a doublo-cleft palate on both
sldnofthemodlan lino; thu right side
extending from lue poiterlor nare to the
anwrior, ana the left Idu on to tho nlv
' lar process,
Ti . , 1 11 ,
1 wo middle and upper In
cltsort turned ono-fourth around
half Of Me Jlp.ip ,gftlDlt lh nwo ofcn
ih. rtght jjottrll. hw and cU)orororw
werdmlnlstered totu, paUent dur,
; the performance tP'l'-,, which last
d fifty, mlnutei. 'The bono yu i,u
twieUd back tirT5aT'to dl th, cuJ
Botk edget were freshened and h,i t0'.
' geUtr by one silver tuturn, after diss.t.
Ing the Hps from tho gums. Tbo borders
of the apposed Hp vero then prod by the
scissors and brought together, and the
cut surfaces bold In coaptation by two
' tllver "uturcs. Tbo deformity cf tho
' bone and lip waJ llun removed and the
operation proved a grund success.
Wonderful ' wc ssould think so, and io Is
thelllncof it. Oil, for r. dictionary our
kingdom for a dental dictionary.
Tho governor has appolntod the follow
ing named gentlemen canal commission
ors, for tho torm of two years form April
15, 1ST3 Joseph Ulley, of Dixon, I.eo
county, to lu hit own successor! Horaco
(. Anderson, of IVorlu, succetior of Hon.
Virgil Hlckox , W. N. Hraluard, of Oook
county, successor of Bobcrt Milne, Esq.,
tho commissions bearing dato Mnv
1873. We nrosorry to loso Virsil HicKox.
He had becomo a necessity to us. If wo
drank whiskey or beer, playod cards or
baso tall, run a railroad or a .Sunday
school, wo would rather surrender either
or all theso habits than nllow Hickox to
drop out of tho canal biArd, ilny vo be
whipped with Qmnn's laV in public If wo
don t call Gov. Hovuidgo to n
personal account for thu fhock ho
has given to our Coolings. Virgil no
more' It is not possible 1 "Vb does
liuv. Iluvcridgo thus break the old-time
Idols ' t rogrut mat no was ever
dragged Iwra tho amen corner of tho
church In Chicago, In which ho shorn
liko a star nf tho first mngnltudo ! Hence
forth he cannot be our governor. Wo re-
rudlato hlrn. Wo did not care for Wr-
don Edwards. We can lolornto cxlstcaco
without him, but Virgil ' lasatlatu Bovor-
Idge, would not one sullico '
l!i: VISION. I
1 he legltlntivo committee appointed to
revise tho ttatutes ot this state met at
pringfleld, .May 27th. There were pres
ent, Messrs. Steolo and Upton, of the sen-
ate, nnd Kountrcc, Dunham, and Hay, of
tbehouo. Also, Mr. II. D. llurd, of tho
old revison commission. After some in-
formal discussion, Mr. L'pton was elected
chairman of tho committeo, and a person
vaguely doscribed as .Judge Booth's son
of Chicago, was elected clerk. It was de
termined that the headquarters of tho
committee should be in Chicago, and tho
committeo adjourned to mcot thero on
July 22. Tho work of revison prepared
by each-uro to bo passed nuon bv tint
whole committeo when in session. Million
tho following titles were prepared by tho
old commission, and submitted to tho last
session of tho general assembly, and sorno
progress was made In their passage It is
understood that tho committeo will con
sider these, and In their discretion preparo
amendments If noce'sary: Abatements;
adoption of children j amendments and
gofailo? j attachments of boats and vessels;
commissioners of deeds of court", Includ
ing supromo andcircjt courts and the
superior and criminal courts of Cook
county; crltr.esand criminal jurisprudence;
irauus and purjurlos; fugitives from jus
tice; fences and inclosures ; Jills nnd Jail
m, ncgotialilo inslrumtmia ; )..,.....
sot-offs; tendors; weights and measures.
Tbo following subjects aro yet to bo pre
pared, and to this duty tho committeo will
address itself Advertisements; animals;
apprentices , attorneys and counselors ;
carriers and inn. keepers ; charitable uses
and charities 1 charitable institutions ;
corporations in part detinue: dower escheat;
feet and salaries. Thorn that should bo
re-revised aro ; Ferries and toll-bridgcs
habeas corpus; inspection laws; state
library ; ttato contracts ; licenses ; limi
ted partnership ; mandamus; marriod wo
men ; mining ; names 1 navigation oaths
and affirmation; otQcal bonds; quo war
ranto statute' ; surveyors and Mirvoy ing-
THE LATE VIRGINIA DUKL.
The details of tho late Virginia duel, in
which ono of tbo parties was killed and
the othor dangerously wounded, proves
sevoral things. Ono of thoso is that tbo
high-toned ladles of Virginia "chivalrous
society aro given to tattling to no incon
siderable degree, and that it was their por
slstent gossiping upon McCarty's "cuw
ardico," which thoy called bis redistil to
tight, that, taken in connection with other
circumstances, goaded him at last to chal
lenge Mordocai. A solemn agreement had
been made and signed by both partie, that
they wore in future never to speak to or
recognizo each other at any time, at any
placo, or under any circumstances. So thu
all'iir rested until one night, Mordecal
stepped into tho club-room of both, and
heard McCarty complaining to a friend
of tbo manner in which bis conduct had
been criticised and say that in It.o futuru
in any similar ll'lr, such handling of his
namo would bo relented. Mordecai fori'ot '
or ignored tbo contract ho had tinned with
JicUnrty and tho scene which took placo
and Its corisorjuonren win m follow .
Mnrdecai advanced and demanded
"Doyou intend thoie remarks for me.slr '
McCarty, drawing himself up with great
iai0-r, said, In tbo most contemptuous
manner, "And pray who aro you, sir'''
Mordecal, by this time burning with piS.
tloti, retorted, "I am 11 gentleman.'' To
which McCarty replied, with scornful
omptimls, "Ah, and with tbo most ap.
proved drawl. With this Mordocai, who
was physically hit superior, knocked him
down, wid before thu parlies present could
Inturforu McCarty t fa:e bore no retern
bianco to hit latest photograph. Smart
ing under these indignities, and sullsring
from the pains of a terrible boating, thero
was nothing left McCarty to sootho his
wounded honor but to seek rdret
by the doubtful means f Hie
"code. Cotidcmnod, universally an
it may he, thero was no owapa
r f. .-.. .... 11 . . - .. .
j irum 11. aicvttuy cuiuti not navu 1 1 veil
I I.. mti,nnn.t u-ltt, mMi nn ln.,.li .
"M...W" n.iM .wm .... iu.uii II lis.
tance'l. Turn heru be would, at thP
club, III tho streets, lu tho faces of hj,
friends, and in the very looks of bis own
mother, be would bavo boon confronted
by the awful word "coward. ' it was fate
and if not in a duel, ho would bavo been
forced by tho corrupt sentiment of bis
club, if not b. public opinion, t0
shoot Mordecai on tight. A challenge
had to b passed, verbal though it was,
and It was accepted, for all parties con
cernd meant Imslm . On that fatal dav
McC'arty appoarod on Ibo Ifleld with bis
note bunged up, hit oys In mourning and
A face still swollen beyon.i us usual pro
Tho conduct of .MeO.irty s mothor, de
nominated at "Spartan' by gushing
newspaper correspondent, appears lu a dif
ferent light when looked at In a common
sense vlow. Divested of the glamour
thrown oror It by tbo pocullar notions of
iioutborn "chivalry,' It stands out cold,
cruel and nndlclive. To gratify si false
ten so of "honor," mingled no doubt with
feelings of spite, anger nnd Jealousy, but
to which her Southern education had novor
givon these names, she did not hositato to
soid her son out to murdor a fellow crea
ture, perhaps to bo munlnrfd by him She
nursed bim through tho lllncsi occasionod
by tho beating ho had received from Mor
decal, telling him as ho lay on bis sick
bed, that if no ono olse would carry hit
challenge, the herself would do it. When
hit friends carried him homo after tbo
duel, thoy found everything prepared by
her for tho reception of h wounded or it
It is imposslblo to withhold a fueling of
sympathy for the man, who, in obedience
not to his own desires, but a corrupt and
unreasonable public tentimcnt, was thus
forsed Into tho fatal folly of a duel. The
moral courage which would bavo rofucvl
to succumb to such circumstances Is not
t be found in tbo Southron of tho nine
teenth century. It does not grow in the
soil of Virginia socloty, and will not, until
her mothors, wives and sisters learn to re
gard It as of greater worth, higher and
moro ennobling In its eil'ecls and of jnorc
enduring use to her world than tbo mere
bruto courage which ennobles a man to
kill or on killed with coilnl coolness, bv
tho rules of the code.
AN ACTOlt DEAD.
The death of Wallack, tho uctor,
It a great lost to tho world. Myduar
Christian friend, do not, we pray you, put
on such a sanctimonious air. We mean
what wo say. Tho dentil of Wallack,
the play actor, a los to the world. Sy
what you please drnwl your horror of
such sentiments through your sanctimoni
ous note roll your eyes toward heaven
go through all the usual performances of
your clai of tho too sanctimonious, and
then listen, If you please, while we say
that allack was n much better man, a
moro useful member of socletv, than many
01 J'011 you the self-select of heaven, in
" tS ftr? wcl,-,PrinS ot hatred
and prejudice. W allack was. ovon If h
was of the unbaptised, essentially a true
Christian, using that term In its broadest
senso. Ho was a man who
mado tbt golden rule the
rule of bis life, and always ondeavored,
very successfully too, to walk by the ad
monition' of the dialogue. UU hand
was as open .is tho day. It dispensed
charity whero tho gift of loud-mouthed
profejsors of grace tkoso who bollovo
that Christianity means sectarianism
never fell to roliovo want. Ho was a tru
gentleman, and in that word is embraced
-11 -v... .n . .t.i !.. ...... r - -
tal, for he only Is a true gentleman who
U as regnrdful of tho feelings of all bis
fellow-men, as careful of their honor, 11s of
his own foolings and bis own honor a
man who would soonor sutler death than
do a mean act or a dishonest one, and
who40 word It adraft no person who knows
him rcijuircs to bo endorsed. Glories of
Heaven in this dark world aro not scarcer
than such gentlemen; and tho presence
of tho small number of that class who do
bless tbo earth by their prosonco, is not
confined to tho churches. Wo occasionally
meet men of this kind, the salt of society,
in unexpected places, in quiet nooks,
shrinking from contact with tho rudo
world, but never ceasing to do kindly acts
for the good of humanity. Wallack was
one of this civs a good and truo man;
and, if he is not now at tho right hand,
Justice, dealing out her judgments with a
fair hand, will not have many to placo
over against the throne marked fur fu
C 0 in miss i 0 n M e r c li 11 11 1 s
Olllce (tor the prp-onn at Ike Walde'
O1110 Levee, - Cairo, I1.1.1.
Are prepared to hell all kinds of prnperjv
at auction or on cnrimilHoii, ,vt;i ;im. '
Z. V. M ATliUBS..
MATH USS & UIIL,
CommissionMeuc h ants
1AY AND WKBTERN PHODUUK
JOHN H. PHLMS &
(rfuccrsfontoJolin II. Phllli,)
UJiALKHS IN 11AV, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
TKNTH-ST. AhD OHIO LKVJi
louxsox ft uilli.ngslY, "
CAR 1' ENTERS & .IOINKRS
Nliou uti Twelltli Nlreel lltiH.ri
XVmue, ""n 00,W"UI
Are prepared to do all kinds nt work lu
heir line 111 Hint-class, workmau.llke iltvl
ond at an reasonable rates an any Uiiu In 11,.!
city. All orders attended to promptly a
onure of thu public Mtrnnagr l li'Min'thilh'
alUitsd .- lutl
O'urtororf Mnrrls 31. INflt).
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAlHO
A. II. .SA K()ni). l'roildenf,
.N. !. TAYI.OIl, VIcc-PrcKldenf,
II. IIYSI.Ol', Secretary and Tiraiurer
K. H.Stucart.TIi, I'llt (J. Momcb '
K. ii.MRKtaauiti, u. p. lUttiuA.
Deposit 01 may Ataoant Keel vtxj Ironi
Ten Cenu LpwarU.
TMTKKEHT paid on UtpoMi. at the rainol an
n., I'.nl nj..Rntiwi ... . .
'J!!!:lr.i ,te P'"l'l of dpo.lt.7the?b
rItIok Ihnro compouoil lnlrit. '
M&iiuiiu womik and ciuldhkh mat
0 tRAt S3 OSI IUI C4S CiW IT.
od 8tur Jr n'.og lor HAVING KF(t
uu" W. HI8LOP. Trurr.
THE OITY NATIONAL
B A-Jtr EC.
CAPITAL, . 8100,000
W. P. IULUDAY, Pr.IJ.tt;
HENRI (. HALUDAT, Vic-Pr-itdem
A. B. HAKKOKU, CtxhUr ;
tVAl.TKR UYBLOP, Alilti Oiililtr
11 Bt"" Tiiios, HimirH. C-jikihsk,
IllMkT I Hill ,,,. U.' I. II... I
A. II. Hirroiii. 1
i:rhnuise. Cola and Cnltd Hllr j
swnue iMDihl and Mold.
" m.?S,ITO lr1' " wr tanklas
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or OA i lit.
It. W. .Mim.kk, Prhlilent.
' -M. I'lllLMiy, Vicc-l'ru.Ident.
Uias. CttNMXGHAM, Ca-hler.
COLLECTIONS I'UOMITLY MADK.
EXCIIANOK, coin, bunk nol-n d. VbiUC.
tiUlet t:urltle bought aJ o!d.
Itslerptst Allowed on 7 line Deponlli.
On KUhthHirt, li(in Commf r:lil n I Wh
nlon AtriniB, .iatl'r refilfinf
SUW WILLINKKY GOODS
LATXHT H'lUNO AND HUklMUK HTYLXfl.
Hnsiitrn t lull line of
EOITITETB & HATS
ITrimmml and nntrimmau l
fnCNCH KLOWEtW. RIBDO.Va, TK1MUI.N04
of all klnilf. etc., to.
Mr.. Vi.fl. h.a .l.M . ...... - . .
Kunoy Artiolft, mch aa
NECK TKW OLI.ARI, UNflEhflLKKVEfJ,
And all other urticln usually found In
KIHST-CLASS MILLINEKY 8TOKK
MlN. Mfnnp. in i1,l(.tr.M ... .ln.1' n.
haney and Millinery Good-, ha a fine and
Complete asmrtment or Clm-lnnatl Cuntoin
made I.adlc' and MUjck' Miocs and Will-
ilri.tlk U.ntu lltai.1.' nml ... M.I,,., ....
...t.vn .... .11 v.',IUn. 1 IIVBt
arcacknowledtfed tt ho the finct and beft
ui:r in inn marKei, anil irils K the only
uuufu iuu em mm nuKua inom a ricelHity
H. A. Thorn, j,. n.'i hotiH
TIIOMS k M10THEH,
"iii'ccdosw to II. M. Ilulen.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
Misple Bud rnuvy llrornriea,
Koielh'ii nnd Doincitla
FBTTITS Ji.3STX3 iTXTXa
' 131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIKO, - . ILLINOIS.
II HUMAN SCILUHTZSTOJIFF,
(jiiccct.or t( II. Tbieleclic.j
llnilrr It All Ulndti
laTWKKN TENTH AM EI.ESK.NTII MTKKETH
Having jiiirchasml thu grocery cktuUI'li
inuntot li. Tlilelui ko, I shall ahvaj keep
on haud a full ami frcdi Kiipply or all the
lic.t gnodi in my line, to lie found In the
market. Hy strict attention to l)iislnti,
mid fair dealing, I hope not only to retain
all tbo ciihq ji the place tun 'enjoyed In the
pat, but to add to the lint many new pn
lion, Anklng a fair slmru of public patron-
lias now on ImnO all kind of
DHV OOUD AND STOVE AVOOD
Kor sale. Lea orders at
VTM. KJ.L'OE'8 STORE,
Corner .Sixth and Commercial,
"r u curlier el Twelfth and roplar
"laimiil.1 Ar1 JTORt AUniFld.
FUHWAKDING ami COMMISSION
M K It 41 H A N Til.
DEALERS IN FI OUK;
Ami Arm ot
OHIO H1VHK AffJ KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
COFFBY. PACK Sc CO.,
- II H W A It II I N 1
A .V 1)
I.KA I.Kit IN
PJ.OL'K A-NI) COUNTItY l'KOOl.'OE
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
l.tU1l' 1ntlf1 HtMMMI
UKALKRS IN FLOUIt, COUN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTS roK FAIl.BANK'S SOALKH
Obio Levee. OAIHO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And iIimIit in
Limk, Cemknt, 1'i.a-tk, Hair, Eti
f,Xt i i . .,.
GTI will sell In oar load loti :it unniifai!
turer' price, adding freight. 4.'J-tl
.1. M. PHILLIPS i CO.,
(Hjcco.nori to K. h. Jfen Irico A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTsnremeuln mad csS'-M
upon CoD"jnmenl. tKl
Ar prepared to rectue, ttore and forward
freUhls to all fyjinte and buy and
eell on commission,
tamuSlneiM altendsd to promptlr:
PK T Kit U I) II L,
No. 10 SHIIO m'.vki:,
3--J0 tf. OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
8. I. AVEIIM. K. .1. AVKH
AVERS Ai CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. "8 Onto Lkvkk, Uaiho, Ilih.
WOODUITTKNIIOUH-I it BKO
GdtiorRl CoDimiKhion .Morolian1
Our Hofflo Advertisers.
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MM.LIAHI) SALOON AND It A If
Commercial Aftnuo, CAIKU, II-I.I.NUI'
Ilt trn.i of Cllf( ivClKtrnJii roc-hvj.
UIJ.I.IAHI) nuloon fnrnlhed witii the best
ofUblei.: and har-upldled with wines, Umi'ors
nu cmnre ui iupiioi nrana.
(Ojicn Day and Night.)
J. K. V. WKH, I'rof.riotor,
Ohio Levee, hct, 4th and Cth -irect,
MKALS AT ALL IIOL'IH.
A Cue new Dlnlns Hall with every ron-
JfUleiice Uni hrcn added to thl- popillai
KeUiirant, and the guest 1 tln-J ren
renill-Ite for thelraccomodatlon.
TlIK HILL OK KAHK
conlt ol exery nib-Untlal and delicacy ot
to tiiiplled nltbthc
CHOICEST LIQUORSsWIXES & CICAIW
XiT"IUed drinks prepared w farc.
JST. NICHOLAS j
HAKKYWALKEK Prop r.
WINK'S AND MCAOOHIJ.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OH I O LEVEE
Alio, keep constantly on hsnd a moat eom
plete stock of
SOOTOB AND IHIflU WI1IHKIXB
Fort, Maderia,.Sberry and Catawba Winn
it. Smith Co. ore uln it.'fiit. for pfti i
ifr. .Mi'Knv ..('. '. lM,,.l. .1.. ,.i..l.
HEAI IKTATK AMENOV.
John (J. Harm m.
JOHN Q. HARMAN i CO., ,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.Vorlli Cor. olilllt NI. nnd Ohio l..vrc
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.-uni muni'..'.,.. ..rill nir I f j e nuy f,I I. (.. ,
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countlP", of which theru rcin ilni a lar-e
iVi",i?'l!.',.,!;,.,.ll'.r:"',n- " or tile .
A,.''!r.a.ct,i,nf !l'.lli0'. c:nveyancin- iii i.Ib a ,
C. WINSTON "& CO.",
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTION EE US,
74 (HECOSD TLOOH) OI1I0 LEVEE,
Uor and Sill Rial Estati
KURNItiH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
inJ ptie.re Coafrug. 0f Kn,,
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Our Homo Advertisers.
And buy yotir
BOOTS -A.2STD S HOBS
' R. JONES,
S'or.Tfiilb atrptlan.l Commercial At.
! fci,rl.."Iivi?..V.f.'ri?r'l,cJ. t0 'naniiraetiire al
K !,if,' ' V,'";1! a''!'ttl'-atlier,iiiorroro.
1 ''"I -"Kin booti. f-hoc.. with hox
' iiiul l '.l i "V" P"l Scotch bottom.,
an ii iit-w I i-iliu or any i,i ,or Mylu you wish.
nr lZW? ,,"'"",r;'ti!t,r," "''Xtrai ua l y
II Mill?' OI'. ' lllufnrill 'III. I u-rl
I.JJM.I,. w warrant '..o of Urn lAk
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"ltl10 It. Jonem.
XHW HOOT AND SIIOK STOKE
Al llirNlga atlbr Ki:it BUOT.
' C'ohnbh op Seventh .Strkrt asid Wasu.
tjlierc I lntltr nil tho cltlzi.ni of Cairo
ami .iirroun.lliig country to call Bn. sVt ,,
they ('".mint sap mniinV- n. t fin .'..."
, v,"!;, ,' ,1',!,e "'.'"Mi-it the old motto. "The
:' " '-'iier man the slow ilv.
lmt J). H, JJATSON"
'or i:tfTfiith nuil Poplir lit..
Informs the piil.lic tluit he ba.cng.igeu tUe
! I Ir-tHda.iHor-o shoer and Is ready
In thl trad.- with u.tlr niI dNnateh.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
en Wash n avenue and waJ.udi
.,, . .
H- " r",'," lurrmf in. puklio t,.t h. I,.
L I V K K I' .V T A 11 I j E
cn Ui norltt side ef Tenth street as eta
Hit .ib "III befurnlited with atsa bet tf.t
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may lie accommodated at al-hour-
of the day and night with eafe teams
on the lowet terms.
Dr. Klelds a'ks a ebaro nf public patronspe
and will endeavor to merit it by air ilralli.
e-tw aeknttSvit (
aVKW YORK STOith',
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LA RO Car VAMETT ST00E IN THE CITT
OOOD3 SOLD VEKY OLObE.
Corner r Klne(nlb aSrcatttstd Com
C. O. I'ATIKH
For Sale at Wholcsalo or Retail.
COK.NKR IJ2D-HTREET AND OHIO LV'
111' ' XIII.K
HEM IS, BROWN & CO.,
! BAG MANUFACTURERS
Auknth IIomk Cotton Miu.m
NO. M Oblo Levee, Cairo, Ills.
WARD - ROBERTS,
! "'" W,s,ww S"A'
Wall Paper, Pure WniTE
Lead, Linheed Oil,
.Spirits Tuiipi.s-Ti.vE, Glue
Siikllac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Wa'hlnjjton avenue and Klevemb street,
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prepr4 to euppT OUitomer with td
PITTSBDRG AND ILLINOIS
OO A T i.
lln Tl TOO "HONTAUI" Will I
aoSlld w ,WUB,n wx hour.
niitc 7tMVj or.u Coal Yard below th.
S.uS.Hi 'dot i, m receive promnt