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THE DOLLAR WKKKliV BULLETIN
Joan 11. Oberly has reduced the subscrip
lion price of the Weekly Oairo Bulletin
19 One Dollar per annum, malting It the
choapoit papar published in aouinern jiuupi
Gov. BariBiDOf and John A. Logan
poke at Koie Xlfll cemotory, Chicago, on
AxxaDicKt.veo.vIa reported marrind to
Senator Allison. Wo don't lefleve ,it.
Anna's not a marrying girl.
Dick Yatm "late governor of Illlnoli"
was advertised to ipeak at GroToland cem
etery, Chicago, on memorial day. Ho de
isrves a reward of merit It be kept lobar
enough to keep the appointment.
Tm manufacture of naner from n:i1mst-
to leavei and wire gran U about to bo in
Iroduced fn Oeorda, Thii capor ii laid
to ba auperlor In toilnm ami rLaanar in
the colt Of nianiifaoturo than that made of
wood, straw or rags.
ii mmm i - .
Kkhtvckv clalmi Capain Jack ai a nn-
lira ejarn iientucklan, but a Jiorta Caro
Una oewipaper asserts that there ii every
reason to believe that Captain Jack Ii no
oiner man Henry Berry Lowry. who wni
reportod dead and tbut cscapod from tho
Eva.vsville f rohlbiti her cltlzcni from
maintaining pent or keeping hogi within
the corporation limits. We think Evani
villa Is wiie in thii regard. I log are
nuiiancea: they make filth wherever thav
are kept ; and many of our hog keoperi
make of tholr back yardi vait hog pent,
reeking with dlseaie-creatlng dirt. Ws
have a back yard under our wlndowi, in
which a colored frlond of ours keepa a
number of porkeri. and it ii simply a big
pig ity, offensive to the eyo and diiguitlng
to tbo noitril.
The following it from tlie Chicago
Mr. Jasper Packard, member of con
greei from Indiana, bai been requeued bv
a county convention of bis conitituenti to
resiec on account nf ih h.nL- n... i..
and ha baa written a letter giving hit rea'
n..wumuiiijiii, xi e claims that hit
baok pay it no burden upon hii conitlttu
ents, became it ii borno bv the whole
people of the country; that ho lias estl
mated that the ibare of It taken from the
people of hii dlitrict ii $12, and that mm
bspropoies to dpoalt for the benefit of
the 140,000 inhabitant! of that congress
ional dlitrist. It Ii likely that Mr.
Packard'! flippancy will have tho effect
or intensifying the popular indignation at
ult retaining tbo money.
Mayob Hull of Columbus, Obb, mutt
have studlod tho blue Uwi of Oynnectlcut.
tie aon t want people who are unfortunate
enough to bo over fourteen yean of age, to
tuner worir or pjay on Sunday or drink
trong or mild drlnki, nor eat oonfectlon
ery or paltry on tbo premiioi of doalen
in theie articles. Ho hat gone into the
reform bnslnesi. Uo bai issued a proclam
ation directing that no intoxicating or
iplrlluoui liquors, no aoda water, lemonade,
confectionary or paltry, ihall be sold in
the city of Columbui on Sunday, and at
taching heavy penaltioi to the breaking
or evasion of lb law: 1U bai alio order
ed tbo pollca to enforcn tlm
whieb prohibits persons fourteon years of
age and upwards from sporting, rioting,
gamming, nuntlng, Ushing or doing man
ual labor on Sunday. All this is suvere
on the sinners of Columbus. It will be an
interesting study to noto hnw far tbo re
formatory Ideas of Its mayor are successful'
Tiik Lynchburg, (Va.,) 'News' relates
tbaf a negro boy, aged soven years, beat
out tbebraiui of a girl, also colore!, four
years of ago, because she refused to give
him a white marble iho hnd in her pos
session. After an examination into the
facts of the caie, the boy was discharged
from custody on account of Ills oxtromo
youth and imbecility. Tbo Morldian
Gaiette thinks "tho blood thir.ty youth
'should have been lectured a littlo on tho
'Immorality of beating out a child's brains
for a white marble." The 'Uizetto' is
right. Tho boy Bbould bave been lcc
lured, abd tho more imbecile ho is tho
longer the lecture should bave boen. It
I immoral to bcul out a
Klrl'i brains (or , wlllle
wsrble, or a colored marble, and It was
preposterous in any jury to dismiss n boy
for mch an ofiunse without locturlng him
on Hi Immorality. The next thing bo
Will be sthklng bis pen.knifo into somo
boy for not glvjng up to blm a fishing
line or something. Nol Vo lecture this
even-yoar-old Imbecile murderer wis hn
LET US STEP rOHWAHD ' .
The sleepy city of Springfield U attempt
log to get ahead of Cairo, by fixing a slate
miecureiuo election or a .om.ti in n,.
cJDceof superintendent of public schools
Miore uairo uu given a female superin
tendent to her schools. Cairo should not
permit this. She should select a woman for
we posuion and elect her. This city
- - It - J A 1. . . -
cauaa iqe capital or Kgypt-li n advance
vi an wosworn cities. It bastramplod up
on caste oy electing a color.d !man to
oince, berore any other city in Illinois had
the courage to do so ; and now let us step
forward, and, by the election of a woman
to offlot, trample upon another prejudice.
It would bt well, t flrel( t0 oIect , wLiu
woman. To Jump immediately to a black
OBto, would be too rapid Droirro. l'nb.
Ho aentiaent has nol yet been educated
auawitviiyior sucn amovemmt. We can
Vnnnre tbtX luxury for the future. The
VltgbttBlDf JnUuence of Tut Bullitijv,
Wlpf for century or two, will, with
Vdoubt, prepare our peopi l0 v0te
ttt prejudice tot Mrt Dlmb; but
YrDt, we would say to the friinds'
of progress and reform, It would not be
poislble to Mcuro the election of a col
ored lady tb the office of luperintendent
of .public Initructton. We therefore re
quasi the ardent reformers of the city to
curb their onthuslaim, and be satisfied, at
leait for the praiint, with a white woman
for that position.
TI1K UNANSWKKED QUESTION.
The Chicago 'Tribune' porslitently as
serts, In a general.way, that the "jalary
ftrab'-wes a robbery; but it as persistently
refuses to Inform tba public of Its opinion
in reference to Hon. Lyman Trumbull, its
favorlto statesman, who grabbod when the
Mhur !7iti did. The question we deslro
the "Tribune" to repV l "If tho
'grab wasaitoal, and Trumbull grabbed,
did not Trumbull steal $5,000 from the
i United Statas treasury; and, If he did, Ii
'not he a thief with the olhor salary
' tblovas t" The " Tribune " neod to in no
hurry to reply. It may take a rest. But
until It does reply to this plain question,
wnuti thank tliat creel lournal of tiro-
gress and the monopolies to keep its abus-
i -nr . tiL. tt..- tl u r'.V,.
V. a tnA attaint! tlm alt rl TAfniA In
. W.VWJ,"'"" MW.4 MUM .VIM-- "
accept the amouni of money the Tribune's
statesman took out or too people's pocket
and placed In bii own. Egypt hat no
cnnoraiimen who alola In lha crab ileal.
m. , . o
They were either too honost or too wise to
be caught In that trap. K van Senator Lo
gan', who fU with tbef other grabbers,
navar was guilty of inch a political mis
take wbllo be resided amone us. Tbo In-
nuence or uioments and Barton, and our
own example, kept him very correct in all
matters, and made htm a particular oat-
tern of honesty; butas soon as he removed
(o Chicago, he fell from graco, and, doing
as the Romans of that city do, he becan
tho ovll habit of grabbing. This weakness
of 3 on. Logan the 'Tribune' has observed
nd commented unon but mint ilnnj Ii
think of Trumbull 1 That's tho quottioii.
UKT UKADY, MKRltlTT.
Tiik 'Stato Kectster' asks us to put nur
r " - - - n
Faducah duollst to mako immeilato ar
rangements with the fighting man of that
paper, the membor from Jo Daviois, who
will placotbe principals whore they will do
tho most good. The l'ducah 'Kontuck-
ian' keeps ready-made duelists alwavH on
hand anxious to use unanv nenon wlm
neglects to regardthe proprieties of life.
Wo shall theroforo procure one of thorn to
take off tho head of tho gentleman from Jo
Daviess, or or any other man. I'aducah
abounds In duelists. All you have to do
Is to scratch a Paducahlit and you find a
duelist under the skin. Pnducah Is.vou tee.
aJSouthornl city, and d nlt, why should
it not be one of tho code's abiding places ?
Gentlemen, you eoe. must occasionally
have an opportunity to show their blood,
anu raaucah knows how it is herself."
We mnko these remarks to prepare the
'Itoeister' man for the doom in store for
him and the long man of Jo Daviess. We
proposo to havo them both dished up for a
breakfast ono of these mornings. We feel
cannibalisb, and desire a dalntv meal of
human ttcih of plobelan Northern flesh.
o man have MerrlU frlccaieed, nuJ
Jones boiled with small potatoes; and wo
intern! to have present at tho fosst Hon,
John Casseday, of McLean. Good God I
we almost shrink back from the dalntv
dishes dismayed when we think of John
Casseday, with ills poculiai ravonousnoss.
taking ono of tho spare ribs of Jones and
tearing the ilesh from it with bis gloam
ing teeth of unspotted ivory! Uih'
Our gorge rise. We must ring down tho
A CHKKUr'UL SIGN
the celebration of the .1
ceremonies at tbo Mound City National
cemetery, on Friday, It wai notlceablo
that tho speakers.threo of whom had buon
union toldleri, all united in tho senti
ment that it as generous and fitting that
the gravel of the confodorato dead ihould
be honored by having flowers plncod upon
mom, in common with those of the union
soidicn. 'l i)o lentlmcnt does credit to the
gentlemen who entertained and exproaod
it, and wai (luictlv nnnlauJaJ
uy me me iiiousandi or personi
wbo listened to its declaration.
That it was to exprossed and so approved
is a cheering sign of tho growth of a lib
eral spirit among our people ; a sign that
the animosities engendered by tbo war
are In truth dying out, and that thnt an.
ger which whs onco chorlslied ovon to-
ward the bones ot the soldier who had
fought in tbo confederate sorvice, imd
which refused to lav unon his cnv. .
ilnglu Bower of the thousand! gathered
to trail upon tue graves of our own kU
diers, Is indeed a thing of tho post. The
charity and liberality of our peo-
pio nana in marked contra t to
the narrow iplrlt which governed tho
grand army or the ronubllc. in its or.inr
prior to decoration day, that the uravos of
ootiiouorato loldiors in tbo National cem-
etry at Arlington would not be pormtttod
to be decorated. It is tho samo spirit
which mot tho latu lamented Chief Justice
Chase with censure, when, on ono occasion,
lie gave expression to sentiments similar
lo those so worthily declared by our own
speakors on Friday last. That groat jnan
replied to tbo adverse criticism hit
opinion hud cilled forth In tin following
"1 havo no sympathy with tbo spirit
' which refuses to strew (lowers upon the
'graves of the dead soldiers who fought
'against the side 1 took; and 1 am glad
'to know that thero wai no such spirit
'among those who joined in decorating
'the graves of tho soldiers ol the Union
who He buried at Mairnolla c0m..t,
'The magnolia lavishes its porfumo as
'ireeiy, tne pleasant air, breathes as softly
'and the warm sun sbineeas briubtlv nvm-
' confederate as over union graves; In tho
' letter which has incurred your censure, I
"ougui to put into the hearts of mveonn.
trymen, something of the divine charity
'taught by the tree, the air. and tha inn
as well as by the precepts of our Savior.
' 1 Ulleve it" has donosprae good and I be
UJeve it will do more."
It was demonstrated to ui on VrUU
that "the divine charity taught by the
tree, the air and the tun " dwells Iq the
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
hoard of tho people of Southern Illinois,
In the growth and itrength of that charity,
until it spreads fur and wldo over the coun
try, lies thai true patriotism which will
finally pass out of ex Istonco the last rem
nant of the iplrlt which yet contributor to
separate Ihe afloctlons and the Interests of
the North and the South.
OLD "wHANtlDOODLE LUCK.
Wo have at last recelvod a copy of the
Jackson County Era,' and wolcome it to
our table. It Is a good looklngihcot, full
of readable and racy matter. Wo wish it
iiiccmi. and are confident it can't -bo in
jured by the Carbondalo 'Obsorver, a
papor as woaK as a bick. kitien too prosi
est shoot our oyoi over rusted upon.
Wo don't dislike Mr. Luco of the 'Ob
server.' On tho contrary wo have an af
fection for him ; but, by all that Is true,
wo can't admire him. lie is, lot us say
without intending ofi'enie, of the whang
doodle ordor of men, and plays upon n
bam of a thousand strlnes.
lie is not a fair-dealing man, and yethls
bottom Is so near bis surfheo he Is, in oth
er words, a stroam so shallow that bo
cannot conceal his doilgns, Ills unfairness
Ii visible to the wayfaring man though a
fool. If ho had the bralm of a beotle he
would soon loam that ho cannot bo so Dal
pably unjust and conceal tho fact ; bui he
travels alone with the air of a saint with
tho approved whangdoodla stnp, mid
twangs his harp of a thousand strings, and
the wrongs or bun tba tune he singi.
God-fearing man that ho profess
es to be, bo made a charge, against
Judge Crawford as unfair as he
la uncomoly, and than bolsterod tbo Injus
tice bv a falsehood which Droved his lirnor.
anco of law, and all the timo enacted thu
part of the whangdoodle and played upon
his harp of a thousand string.
thonevor we catch a gllmpto of
Luco'i papor wo feel lil;o at onco
betaking ounolf to our devo
tions. It hns a relicious air about
it a sort of spirit! of just mon mndo pur
foci air tho contemplation of which gives
ono tho impulso to tloo away from the
mountains of Hepsodnm wherothls whang
doodle mournetb for his llrU-born, and
play upon his harp of a thousand stringy
This good man Luco. wbo. with so much
seriousness, with tho air of a saint, In
the most religious mannor-d!d not tell
tho truth about Crawford, looks like a man
Intendod for work In that portion of thu
vlnoyard called the Sabbath school,
and yet he Is a whangiloodlo of the worst
kind and plays upon a harp ot a thousand
strings ah I
Ho U Old Whang loodle hlmsolf Lord
bless him I Anion1 And ho twangs his
harp of a thousand strings, and the wronu'
of Lure is tho tuno bo sings I
ON TO MEXICO'
A correspondent of tho New York
'Herald' writing from tho Mexican bor
der, aftor detailing the enormous losses nf
our citizeni in Texas from the depradn-
tiom or Mexican cattle stealers, earnestly
advocates tho annoxittlon of the frontier
Moxlcan state! of Tamanllpas, Nuovo,
Loon, Coahnlle, Chihuahua, utc , ai tho
nny prtutb&l Mutton of Uie4 ,ordr
troublos. VYo most heartily declaro our
lolf an advooato of this projoct of terri
torial acoulntlon. It may appoar un un
wiso conclusion to those who have not
considered this subject carefully, that a
foreiVn war Is tho only solution not nlnmi
of our Mexican border troubles but also
of our domestic sectional troublos. A
war with a foreign nation, and narticu.
larly a war of acquisition against Mexico,
the turbulent roDubllc.
reunite tho North und South anain in faet
as well as in form. The boyi who in our
civil war wore tbo gray uniform of iccci
lion, would rendlly put on tho uniform ol
the government, and march under the Bag
tney lougut sgmnst to victory In tho Innd
of tho greasors, innctllled by romantic
memories, but degraded by the crimos anil
follies of tho pooplo who now Inhabit It,
Hut bosides these consideration!, tl.ero
are others moro weighty impolling us to
tho acquisition of a part at least of tho
territory of Mexico. Our national wcl.
faro, and in particular, the welfaro of the
states, south and west, lying in tho Mis
issippi valley requires tbo conquest of
the itatei of Mexico mentioned by tho
Wu are not unaware of tbo fact that this
proposition will be violently onnoaod b.
many of the ablest editors and politicians
of tbii country, and tho fate of the San
Domingo icbemo will bo pointed at as an
indication of tho popular sontlment on
thii subject of territorial acquisition; but,
nevortholosi, we do not hositato to express
tho hope that Prosident Oram may not
hesitate to pronounco in favor of the Mox
lean acquisition proposition. Tho pooplf
will sustain him. Political philosophers
like Sebum, malignant politl.
duns like Sumnor, and tho
thoughtless Democratic leaders, who
wore Influenced to run counter to ono of
the polices of their party by hatred of the
president, raised a great outcry against
the Santo Domlngn policy, and throw out
to tho people fine-spun theories about
tropical lands being unfit for self.govorn
mont, ana covored tho nuoitlo
plcionsof peculation, until few pnpors or
politicians hud tbo courago to defend it
but.lately, thero has beon achahge in pub!
He sontlmont.and tho S:hur..Sumnir logic
Mqulsition Is regarded by all common
sense people ai the bosh-as oratory the
ingrodientsot which aro moonshine and
foolishness. TiiKlluLLKriM stuck tothoold
democratic Idoa of manifest destiny, oven
In the ruce of the storm that fell upon presi.
dent Grant, whon San Domingo was un
der debate, and to-day is as much darm..,!
as ever to that doctrine-to the idea of
... ocean-oounu republic. Whereloro we
are ready to join with those who will cry
"On toMoxlcoP'anuto appl.ud the Ji.
ministration when it gives tho command
to go forward across tho lino into tb0
land of the Mentczumsi,
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working people, of cither sex, oun oToi.'l'
make more mono)'
snare moments, or all the time, than 1' 'r
tl.lng eNe. Particulars tree. .xS.lref; y
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CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIKO
A. II. SAKKOHD. Prosident;
H. tt. TAYl.OK, Vice-President;
11. 1IY.SI.OP, Secretary and Tieamirer
R. II. Hrn. tin.
U. V, Hallids r,
H. 11, UvNKiKama,
J. M. I'ttllLirs
Deposits ol aajr Amonssl UeelvedlrBi
Tots Cent Upwards.
iNTKRKST pud on iltpnMt at the rWol in
pereeut. pr annum, March lit and Hteoi-
ll I . I 1 In IK. tirinfl h I tt ihm il.h...tl. . 1 I
KtTlnx them comiound inltraat. '
MARHIIU WOMXK A NO OIIILKKSN HAT
sainii sooss bui on vmkw it.
Opn xieij tuilnni day fttim a.m. to S p.m.,
and bturily ti.ag lor HAV1NU DKPUHIH
onl, from 1 10 o clock.
auull W. I1T3I.OH. Triiiuror.
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33 A.lvT lC.
OA PIT A L,
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B 1 11(1,000
W. I'. IMM.IHAY, Hrf.sl.li.ul;
UltNItT I.. UALLIDAY, V. I'.,I Ubi
WAIl'Kn HYHLOf. tiihtts Culilir
H'i. TiTtOH. Ko.iir Ii. RrnihdHtu,
limn L.rUiuP.t, W. H. HtLLiun,
nio. Ii. Wiu.iiiipux, HttrntN Hisu
A. II. Hsrmaii,
Kai'ltanRC, !oln sssstl Hulled Msas
UuBda ttotsifht aud Mold.
HtfOnlTU rK'fUe.l, and
a frntral tanking
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sr tt a i it.
It. V. Mii.lkic, PreMdeiit.
J. M. PiilLl.li'.i, Vlce-Prfi..l. iit.
Cius. ( it.N.MMiiiA.M, Ca-hler.
OJLLKOTIONS PKOMPTLY MA UK.
EXUIIANOK, coin, tank nolo and llnitf.
ritKlc aocarltlt)! In) ii Klit and ol.l.
Inlaml Allowril un limp Ilrpiialts.
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On KlKlill.Hlri.xl, Ulwn Uninmercialaad U'ta'i
DKInu Awnuui, In JalJr reeili
NKW MllihlNEUY OOOD.S
LATKHT ll'l:l.Q AND M7MMKK !TYI.K
lleaidaa a lull llnonf
BONKETB Be HATS
FhENCU KI.OWERH. KIBHUNd, TRIMaHNfli
or all kinds, Laeri, tc, etc.
Sir. Miiflfa h&a !-. - I
Fane, Atilol.i,;h a .
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KUKFS. BASIIKS, KAN!l " '
And all other articla usually lound In a
riUST-CLASS MILL1NEHY STOKK
Mrn. Medee, in addition to bcr ntock ol
Fancy ami Millinery Ooode, has :i lino und
Complete nsKortment of Cincinnati Ctictom
made ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Cull
dr!H ltooln, Ulaek mid in Colors. These
areucknowledged to be tho Alien and herd
ever in the market, and thin in the only
Iioum! the cltv that inakon them u specialty
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liicntol If. Thlelorke. 1 hliall always keep
.kit Ii-ii.iI (i full .....I r-ni. ........... y.r utl tl...
bet goods lii my Hue, to be found In the
.In ... If.. .-1... .. . 1 I
market. Ity Mrict ajteiitlon to lililueK,
nun luir ueaun", i nopTj not only lo retain
all thociiaioiu luu plucu has enjoyed In Ihe
pu'.t, but lo mlil to Iliu list many now pa
trons. Ahkllig a fair share or public palion.
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ll.n now on hand all kinds ol
COltD AND STOVK WOOD
For Hale. Leave orders at
Corner Sixth and Commercial
Or at comer of TwelltU and Poplar-
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Ami dealer in
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IjTI will cll In nar lo.nl lots ;
tuiei.1 price, adding Ireljjht.
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a2 Literal AdTancemeula made -
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Ara preparail to racelra, storo an 4 forward
rrxlRhta to all polats and bur aad
Mil on comialsaioB,
aarilmlDdiB aHenila.! to promptlr;
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111 OHIO LIVJI. 1
jwmh MATKa, rmrrisMi.
104 Uoinmeroial Atsane, OAIKO, II.UNUlf
UmI lranj of Callfc tOIarslu recahvJ,
U1LLJAKD aaloon furntahed with the belt
of tablet : and bar supplied with wines. Honors
and filters orthnnest brand'.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio l.evee, bet, 4th and Oth street,
MKAL.3 AT ALL IIOI.'IW.
A fine new Dlnliuj Hall wltli every rou.
venieure ban been added to this popular
lleitsurant, and Uie gueits will rln j every
retjuMte lor theiraceoutodatlon.
TIIK HILL OK FAJtrJ
con-lnUof eery substantial and dellcaey ol
is niiilleil witlAhe
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES &CI0AKS
3"illxed drlnki prepared with care.
HAKKY WALKER Prop r.
WIBJBM ARB ajltiODaM.
R. SMYTH A CO.,
Also, kssp CfiBataotlx on baa J a moat mi
Piste stock or
SOOTCSJ AMD laiSB WHISKIES
Ii I N H.
Fort, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba WIni
J. fflr !l .?."' ?EP-
. ' ' ' rJ. P llinuurK HIUt cif WHICH
UrKe stock U kept conHtanfly on hand at
BKAI. MTATK AUBHC'V.
John 2. Harraan. ;!,,. Thru'im
JOHN Q. UAHMAaN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
xv u 1
Norlh Car. oleiU at. auU 0lto i,,,
KoIh ailtlmrlyifl Mrran. .1. . . I
auntie, or wlil..l. ii,... iiibbui
quantity unsold, ernhnd '"Zu ie'of tfe'e
etv best in t in mi 6 "u,,,e of me
- WINSTON Sl CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 ("COMU JtOOE) OHIO LETBB,
Hot and Sill Rial KgrAIB
PAY TAXES. '
FURNISH ABSTBAOTfl OF TITL1
frssare CoaTi.asM, of ,..., I
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HILI.IAKD BALOO.f AND BA II
.rsnre Ce.,.,, J -1
Our Home A
Ml wtu U
. SAVE MONEY
And buy your
'r. Tsulta at reel wl (.'laaerrtal A.
1 am now prrpared to manufacture si
prlng styles, uch aa patent leather, morroco.
buck and valf-skln boots, Hhoei, with hot
toe, cork and pump aolra, Scotch bottomi,
and bevel edxe or any other style yeuwlib.
1 am ulo manufactiuinK an extra quality
.aiiiii nuuti. mi j material hqu nora
1 mannblp are warranted to lie ol Ui best. 1
am determined to not be undersold tor the
same Uallty ol goodi.
; Hepilriti); done neatly and on short
notice H. Jo.mm.
NEW HOOT AND SHOE STORE
A I ltaals;a aritaa UKH MMST,
i uiknir or aiTENTii Strut and Waiu.
CM 110, ILLINOIS.
) here l Invite all the clthteni of Cairo
and "unwinding country to call and see ll
I hey cannot iev mouey, as I will sell vary
low. I have adopted the old motto, "The
Nimble Penny Is lletlrr than the Hlow Sis-
''rU4ilMf S H' MATd0J
'nr. Dlevt satis su1 PaUr 4 Is.,
Informs the public that lie basenxaireii Us
MTvtrcs of a Flnt-flaM Wafon toakeraud
alo a Klrst-clasfi Horao ahoer ana Is ready
to Biaoufarture and spair all kinds of wurk.
In this trails with npalr and dlapatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
hlTWiill WAIM IS ATIMUB AHIi WAtUl
Ur. 11. r. risMa taTurat to aublle Uial ka ba
' nn Iba norlhwatt tida of Tsath strsM as aaa
HIitsubleawlllbalarBliaad with sea bnt to.
AND GOOD TCMCLKS.
and the public may be accommodated at al
hours of the day and nigbt with tare teauu
I on the lowest terms.
I Dr. Melds aks a share of public patronage
, and will endeavor to merit It by fair deelm
I and strict attention to busi
NEW YORK STOxlE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAMEST VABJITT STOCK IH TUB OIT T
OO0D3 8OLD VKRY GLOSS,
i CrBr r Ijsuhbij sssM msi cia
O. O. PATlElt
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
OORNIB 32D-BTMBT AVD OHIO LlVlr
BEMIS, imOWN & CO.,
Aih.mth Houk Cotton Mills
NO. SO Ohio Levse, Cairo, ills.
WARD ii ROBERTS,
Dr.Af.KK-, i.i Wfjfuow Shapes,
Wall Pai-eb, 1'uhe White
Leap, Linseed Oil,
SriHiw Tubpentivk. Or
Siiellao, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue und Klevenlh street,
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is praparad la eupplr joswisai SB
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS