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THE OA I HO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE .3, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
JuUN II. OBCRLY. Kdltor and rnblithor
TKBMB OFTHK DA II A UULLKTIN t
OMWHk,bjr carrier.,... f M
Oaaym by carrier, in advance 10 00
On yew by carrier II not pitd In
tltance '-00
MWmth,bymMI 100
JTktM months 3 00
Btraotta f M
Una Till 10 00
! DOLLAH WKEKLY HULLKTIN
Jbari H. Oberly ha reduced the subscrlp
Uoa prte. of the Wmkly Cairo Hclletiw
t One Dollar per annum, nuking it the
eaaapest paper published In Southern llllnol
Tax prsildonts family fie t Long
Bralcb tbit wcok.
KiiaTon Kenton of New Vork, was a
lumberman forty yean ago.
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TBI New York 'Herald' gives tho lci
by the Chicago Are at $793,000.
Tin array worm hat InradoJ Jackson
county, and li marching southward,
Osonor Kbancis Thais hai been do-1
dared lane by a sheriff's Jury, and hat
embarked for Europe.
Dkcoration day nt generally obsorved
in the Northern stittes. The oratloni and
potmi were only so-so. Many of tliem
wer common-place productions pf tho
roiy pesy kind.
.. -
A uah and woman havo been arretted,
uaeat Wcit Llborty, the other at Oxford,
Iowa. They are boliovcd to bo the
younger Ilender and ono of the women of
that preciout band.
- -Ta;rtowon-l)oeclier-Tllton
scandal i
now to be investigated by lloecher and
his friends. It will be a highly Intorett
log affair, and bad for ono or two and
probably for all of tho Christian trio
implicated.
T new presldont of tho French re-
.public i taid to be no talker, and hit
opinion on publlo maltori in Franco h a
caled book to the publi:. It is thought,
howerer, that ho is not a very enthusiastic
republican, doscendod as ho is from on an
dent family of Irish Catholic, who fo!
lowed the Stuarts.
Cabral, tbo enemy of Haez who Is the
friend of I'roi'.dent Grant, and who has
been keeping Sn JDomlngo in hot
water for years, is detcribod
as "pure mulatto." He is said to be a
genial companion, of frank and genial dis
position, having graduated at tlio London
. University, and, ns might le eipected
peaks English lluontly.
, , ,
Madame DrlnkerhoO achieved a great
success at tno Wolfsohn Concert Acadc
.xnyofMiitic. This groat classical singor
was tuorougbly at home In tho grand Aria
of Beethovoj. In Ah Porrido she was
enthusiastically encored ami gave a melo
dy on three notos that exhibited hor wor.-
-derful control of tho organs that produco
ngni ana shade. VliHadolprila Prus.
Cannon, the new member of tho houso
ut uuugreu irom uian, la a polygamfst.
Ue has been married sovoral times and
never has boon divorcod nor a widower.
It has been suggested that bis admission
to his saat would bo a dlsgrnco to the houso
that he should be tent back to tho
prophet. Too much married congress
men are not-to be toleratod in this virtu
ous epoch of tho hittory of the great re
public. . T . . . .
Non "WtniTKH used to opread his fa
vorite ideas of the spelling reform bv
travelling about from printing otllco to
printing office and handing printed slips
containing tho words "theater," "center,"
etc., to persuade peopla to spell
as, he did. This was before tho
ravenous demand of the greut
American peoplo for dictionaries furnished
him with amore effective propaganda than
a peripatetic ono.
Tn War Spirit is dnvnlnnlm. I
Kverybody wants Mexico whippwl out of
its booU.Bulletin.
We had better settle our little affair
with the Modocs before wo- attack tho
oanxumas. itocatur Magnot.
There h tbo old spirit 1 Tho democratic
papers are already opposing the war.
They are against the old flag. Tlioya.ro
V'-" We warn them. They must bo
for tho next war, or porlsh. The noxt war
-ought to be with Mexico, and result In the
opnquest of that country. Our voice U
still for war, "Gods, can a Koman sonute,"
etc, tho 'Magnet' muy finish the quota
tion. I ' ,
Wx have received from the oillco of the
"StMe Journal," Springfield, a copy of
-V IhMMMrUl ..Mil... .! . , .
iL ul uo uswi passoii at
tb.arst issiion of tho 26th general asom.
lly. The volume embraces all the cnacl
,eU, including the appropriation acts,
and makes two hundred pages, including
the iodox. It Is handsomely and durably
bound In American calf nd it sold for the
very low price of $1 SO per copy. As the
edition is limited, those who deslro to be
aopplied would do well to send th,r or
den at once. All orders, accompanied bv
the cash will bo promptly HIM; or If
preferred, the Journal company will send
"ii vwume ty express, 0. O. I).
Tan correspondents at Washington as
ert that the radical politicians of tbo na
lional capital have become alarmed by tho
farmeri' movement In the Wo.t. ti..
was w oetomo truth in this report. The
"asaington Chronlcle'tho president's or
an, lately contained an elaborate attack
r,t .rwra candidates for political
oflen and accuslDgth,m of being used by
tk. door.tIo leader.. The democratic
Itatnrf, are not granger-sympathls-n,
to any great extent, we regret
ay. Tkay axe as much devoted to mon
ofMllM M lo tba salary grabi.'Credlt JJo.
bllier and other rascalities out of which
Uey tbould have plucked advantage for
thai party and Into 'which they wBt
eaatlaf tbaepolls wltb the radical rascals
who aro robbing the people with nil the
noncfaalanoe of the thlel who plckod a
man'i pocket and then kicked him until
his nose bled became ho meanly ol'hclwl
to tbo robbery.
Ahomi tho striking featurot for Sunn
xicn'a for .luno are N. V. i atigrord' cntor
tulnlng and sptendldly-lllustratod account
of "The Ascent of Mount Hoyden;' a
newplcturoand biography of Hrot llarto;
Illustrated papers on Cornell Tnivcrslty
and "Our Postal-Card Sor vice, 'a curious
and important paper by (Ion. Walhor, an.
perintondent of tho lalo Census, on tho
rolntlvo Increase, by births, of tho "Amer
ican Irish and American Hermans, "A
loancenlta Foster tho Spiritualist; nnd
an artlclo by I'rof. Wiso, tho well-known
aronaut, In opposition to tin rocoived the
ory of tho tides. An Intoroitln account
of a visit to the Pope Is given, and thoro
are two capital short stories, "Capt. I.uco's
Enemy," by James T. McKay; end "An
Old-Fashioned Story,' by Mnrlon Stock
ton; besides tho continuation of Dr. Hol
land's "Arthur Uonnlciutlo," in which tho
hero ha a Now Year's oxperlcncn. Dr.
Holland, In "Topics of tho Timo, riU-
cusses "Tho Atlantic Disnstor nnd Its
Loesoni;' nnd " Consclonco and Court
osy in Criticism. In the " Old Cabinet"
thoro are half a dozen sonnets; "Home
and Society" and Etchings aro more limn
usually full, and m " Culturo nnd Pro
gress " thoro aro, beslda the book-reviews,
artloVson "Tho William Morris window"
and other art matters. Tho "Great .South '
sorics will bocommonccd In tho .Inly ntim-
bor of ScwnjiEr.'B.
A KEMAKKAULh FLOWKIS.
A (lower Las boon rocontly described by
an eyo-wltness at Constantinople, which Is
so groat a rarity that ono is apt to treat it
as a fable, nnd wait for tho continuation
of ones oyeHight. It belong the narcis
sus" kind of bulbs, nnd bears tho botnnlc
natno of ophyrs mouche. There wore
three nuked (lowers on tho stalk banging
on ono side; the underneath una wits
lading, while the two others woro all In
their boauty. Tbey represented a porfoct
humming-bird. Tho breast, of bright cm
orald groon, is a comploto copy of this
bird, and tbo throat, hoad, bark nnd oyc3
aro a most porfoct Imitation. Tho hinder
part of the body and the two outstrotchod
wings aro of a bright roso color, ono might
almost say flesh colored. On tho abdo
men roti tbo wholo propagation appar.
atus, of a deep, dark brown tint, In tho
form of a two-wlngod gad-fly.
AX KLOQUKNT I'REFAOK
Froillgratb, the.colobratod Gorman poet
lias iransiatea tho proso wwrks of Urot
Hnrto into his native, language. It It boau
tiful and pathotic. In it ho ears:
'(Nevertheless he remains what hn Is
tho Californl ftfl M.T1 ( t t Jiffs frnLl mi .rvrrai Ilnl
Ku ior wuicn ne nas uug, and which
bo lound. it not tho eohl'iS tho of
rivers, noi ino no a In t ho veins o maun.
tains ; It is tho gold of lovo, of gooilnoss,of
lidolily, of humanity, which ovon in rudo
and wild hearts, ovon undor tho rubbish
of vices and tins. romnins forever un
oradiciitod irom tho human hoart. That
ho thoro soarched for this gold, that ho
found It there and triumphantly exhibited
It to tho world, that it his groatni-ss and
his merit. That It in which tlrotv hearts
to him whenever tbo lancuaco of Sliuk-
spcar, of Milton, and Jlyron is spoken.
Ana mat it is which 1ms mudo me, tho old
Gormnu poot, tho translator of tho young
Aniorican colleaguo ; and which has led
mo to-day to reach to him warmly and
cordially my hand across tho sua. (Jond
luck, llrct llarte' Good luck, my gold
dieger'"
JtATKS OF l'OSTAGK.
Tho now postal lav goos into oporation
after Juno, 30 Inst. It abolishes tho
faanklng privilege, requires tho payment
of portage from subscribers to county
newspapars, nnd upon all exchanges nt tho
oillco of delivery. The rates of postage
have not boon changed. To all parts of
tho United States lottor postago will bo
three cents per half ounce. Nowspapers
sont by mall must bo propaid by sUmps,
unloss "regularly issued and sont to rogu
lar subscribers" by publishors or nows-
dcnlers, when tho following rnten are
cliargod, payttblo quatcrly in advance,
olthor at Ihomftlling or dollvcry oilicc,
uaiues 'i,-, cuta
hix times a woek 3i cents
Trl-wookllot lf conts
soml-weuklios iu cents
eomios 5 C0tK
Soml-monthly, not over os. t! nonts
Monthlios, not over 1 ozs :i cents
Quarterlies, not ovor I o.s 1 cent
Nowspapors and circulars dropped into
tho oflleo for local dolivory mutt bo pre
paid at the rate of ono com for two ounces,
and an additional rate for overy addition
al two ounces or fraction thereof; nnd peri
odicals weighing more than two ounces ro
subjoct to two cent, prepaid at all letter
carrier otllcos.
Tho postago on regular paper, etc., mutt
bo paid In advance, olther at the pluto of
dollvosy, lo tho carrier, or at the oflleo,
otherwise they will be chargeable at tran
stent rates.
-
NOFIIKK l'OSTAGK
Tho press of tho country, In the North
.juihm) nuu v en, iihu noon, uurlng
many years, demanding that tho franking
privilege should bo abolished. The legit
lators at the national capital withstood for
a long timo tho prossuro brought to bear
upon them In this way for postal reform,
but at last yiolded to tho public demand
and abolliheil tho privilege. In this thoy
acted wltely. Tho government has no
right to uio tho public money to pay for
carrying tho privato meitigo of a member
of the congrest of tho United States. Hu
himself should pay for tho service
Hut the legislators did not ntnp at this,
inoy carried tho rororm to It logical re
suit by the adoption of the following pro.
vision-
Provided, That all laws and parts of
taws permuting uio transmission fiy mail
of any free matter whatever, be and the
tame aro hereby repealed from and aftor
ouna J'J, 10 1. 1.
This proviso will compel subscribers to
county papers to pay postage for their pa
pert, whether received within or out of
tho county in which they are published
aud will alio compel payment of, postage
at the office of dellrery of all nowsimuor
xebangts.
Oertaln newspapers are denouncing
this Jaw l u blow at tho newmsnur
tires. It nur nrovo to bu an In
convenience to many of Uio P"1'110 Jr-
nals of tho country but o maintain tuai
It Is a correct nnd n ust law. Wo of tho
rtress have claimed nnd havo insisted that
It was littlo less than robbery In a con
crossman. nn ollieor of tho govornmont In
duty compolled to keep in communicotion
with his constituent to compel tho gov
ornmont to carry his mail mnttor nt the
public expense, and yet wo hnvo tho un
blushing impudonce to ilomnn J that the
govcrnmoiitsliall tnkoour papers from our
ofllcos and deliver them li subscribers
llhln our respcctlvn counties nnd to
oaeb other, at tho expeno of tho
peoplo ! We are somewhat nslonMicd at
tho position of many of ourcotoinpornrios
on this question. They thought thoro wn
much fun In goring congressional postal
deadhcadlsm, but when our own dead-
hond ox wasgorol In retaliation they raised
a great outcry. Tun llui.i.rriv docs not
proposo to bu tlm unjust, nnd has no hesi
tation in saying that congross acted wisely
when It abolished tho cntlro systorn of pos
tal dendhoadism, and left not a wrack of
tho outrago behind,
SAliA ItY (5HAHHING SIXTY YKAUS
AGO.
Kearly sixty years ago, the congress of
the V nltod htatcs undertook to pnss u law
incrcainig lliu salaries of nmmbors to
twolve dollars a day. Tho attempt ere
atod much oxcltomcnt throughout tho
country. K.lltnrs nnd rhymesters anil tho
people generally dononncod It. A cor
respondent of tho New York "Kvonlng
Post," roferring to (his Item of history,
calls tho nttontion of Iho editor of that pa
per to a song, tho words of which were
originally published In tho "Post"' at the
timo tho ."alary incronso oxcltomcnt wa
agitating tho country, and lays' "The
lato proooodlngs of congress havo called
'this song to my mind, and 1 firmly be.
llovo tho bringing out of this old song
would repay all the labor nnd trouble It
'would occasion. 'Iho 'Post repro
ducos tho song in compliance with tho
suggestion of lla correpondont, and says:
"It will gratify Mr. Dutcber, itho corros
pondent), nnd, porhaps some other old
' gentlemen whoso memories go back a
'larns his doe, and it will show to the
younger gonerntion thai lieu, ilullor
' would havo boon an ornament to his timo
'and station more than half a century ago.
Tho song is n follows :
. nknv sc.
(! wont you hear
What roarltis cheer,
' epent by Johnny Congress O '
And how so jfav
They doubled their pav.
And doubletl the people's taxe. ( '
There was Clay the feohl,
And Johnou tho hold,
Who did not shoot Tocuiineh, l '.
And Onh.'bey .'Hid I.owiidc.
All a eager :ii liouinli,
On the eent oftho loau's and iMict o !
Arrnh! by my shoul.lt would iiiakn your
heart lea for grief lo hear the poor soldier-)
begirlih; for their pay. tho widow-
iorineir ieiiioii, iimii uio ouicer-i lor new
loans while all the liicmlicr arc ilriuklMg
and ringing merrily:
Twelve dollars a (lav,
Tweho dollars a (lav.
Twelve dollars a day's tho" dandv, ( I '
There was Clay In the qha'lr.
With Id llax-colorcd hulr,
A signing the tax bills cheerily. O !
And oinlloil n the rnhbie
So loudly illtl gabble.
The audience scarcely could slumber, ( :
It wan aye. It win no,
Tv:ii too hlL'h, twH loo Ion
"The ayes wlllr(o'' said t),c tpiakcr. ( !
jtiiu imucmv arose
Two eyes to (he noc.
And the salary bill wan carried, ( :
Yei ! by my shoul, they all iiuaiilmoii-lv
(iiuigrecu iijpoii every iiiellon except tbo
-alary bill. "Ocntlemeu, order! This hill
proposes to give m all n yearly salary of
Ilftccu liutidred dollars, and invell tluee
thousand. Shall It pasty Aye 1 ave t ax o!
The ayes have It," therefore thev iill began
lo -lug:
Twclvo dollars a (lav.
Twelve dollars n il.iv.
Twelve dollars u day's the ibiiulx . ( I :
Hut oeh ! y mv shoul,
They all stai'd like an owl,
When the people all hl-t'd their dillv, () !
aui wiay, we re all broke,
Thev don't l elli.li the joke.
The ilell lias got In the rabble, n :
Wo haxo put on their backs
A mountain of tax,
An army, a bank, . etlnn, () !
Which so tamely they bore,
That wo all could have swore.
They were perleetly broke to tho halter, n
How -hall wn creep outot this scrapersavs
one. hays Clay, I will persaude the peo
plo that twelve dollar ailav Is too llltlo to
support myself and my wile. Says liar
din, I'll turn the thing oil" In a Joke. Sayt
OniHbey, I'll beg pardon or my cunstltu
cuts and jiromUo neer to do tho like
igaln. "Well ilmic. my ladt!" ,says John.
ii. .and o.they all began to sliur airaln:!
Twelve dollars a dav,
'Twelve dollars a day,
Twelve dollar a (lav's the dandi, O
CAPTAIN JACK AND TIIK I.AVA JlKI-
I'm Cuiltaill Jack of the Lava Ho, I.
Pin i 'coeko,thonalk,"and chief o' the
i mo nil iiiu uar ami eaip the headt
Of the wholo I'lilled Sta cs armv.
W hen I m out my Niiaw she eile.'.
My sipiaw she cries,
My squaw she cries,
When I go out my s.piaw -he cries
ou'd hetterlook out lor the nun;
Oh, yes ! I.ndles and eeiitlemen! Pn
original rapt. .Isek of tho .Modoc biaes
oik iiikui nn inie man he make too
much bombiholl and telegraphy dl.patcl,
mull lie tilav " ilL'h.hnc
uui i.u. in. (uniy no i.axa lieu. While
hill hi' no
CJitchcu ii .lack, lur
I'm Captain Jack ol the Modoc brliH
And cock o' the walk to the laa caw
When 1 catches 'em out-theli hcftds 1 ,..
.iii'iKiiui imuic ir.i)i' oi IhuurillV
hen I stand up the pickets they vtare
The pickets they tare,
.The pickets they ttare,
hen I stand up the pickets lliey taie
And then run back to Hi army !
Oh, yes I l.adics and
. i-,r . i.""..,r.''"-'u,." , nut lie
ti'li'pph man, and shoot bninbl ell a
.Modoc s-piaw and w n only dead liiii
,V'" t'.iplaln llaek he X
. 1 J .W- ( '"""' Allien, he
f ".:. " an siiniiiier lime.
S, "
1'UAl,.
CAIRO CITY COAL
I. ptf(.Ml to 'i1idit mni,.,i ,ih lh
'iuM iif
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
GOAL.
ORDKRS Ion at Halllday Bros, nm -
onto LKVIK, or at tho Coal Yard below ih
Ht. Charles Hotel, will reoelve prompt attei
Uon. The Tco 'Montauk" will brlry
aoilittlilo In uf.iarriMry at uni hnn. '
Homo Ailvortiaomonts.
IIANKB
ENTEliritlSE SAVINGS
tl'iarlered Mnrh HI. isis.
oiticb or
CITY NATIONAL BANK, 0A1KO
orvicRiis :
A. It. SAFKOIU). l'rosldent!
.x. S. I'AYI.OU. Vice-President;
II, IM SLOP, ilreretary ami Tieasurnr
Dimerous I
P. M. Ilsscut, Cms. rUuciM...
V V ",JUC"L" Vav t (I. Bcutiii,
It, It. CCKSI.SfllUM, H. V, llAttlUiT.
J, m. riiiuirs.
Ieinalti ot any Atnoasst Kstooivml Iran
rots Ccttla Upwarde.
iNTEKUST psul on deposits tttha rateol an
percent, per annum. March island ttoptem
r 1-1. Interest not wlthdmvn In ,.H,i,l
dlslsly totte princli.al of the deposits, theroh,
olvlnif (ham nnrnluiliml ltitai '
IIAHKIKI) WOMKN AND OIIILbRKN MAT
IIXI'OSIT MON XT
10 THAT Nil OKI EMI CAN DUiW IT.
Oren eterr business dav from e
and Htnnli7 eT-.o lor HAV1NO IIKI'OHIIV
onl( from 6 to t o cluck.
ii" w. HTHI.or.Trestiirer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
33 A-Ibf-EC.
1 I.I. I NO I St
CAPITAL,
ai 1111,(10(1
W. I'. IMI.I.1HAY, 1'renl.lsuli
IIKNHT L. HAbl.lDAV, Vie.l'rlJ,nl
A. II.HAKK()ltl),Oiwhleri
WAl.Tklt HVril.OI. Adldln Coibirr
mni( toimi
HtAAtH TtlO, IUT U. Ol l.Hi,
Hsai I.. Hauiii)i, w. P. Haludat,
no, II. Will.UMt.iN, MTrpiirs KlUb
A. II. Htiroun.
rsrhswis, Coin and Dulled Mlnlea
Untiila Iloucht huiI Mold.
Dit'OMITH rw.ilro.l, n.l jencriil hsnklni
IiUMiness tinne.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
r ia i it t.
It. W. Mim.i:k, President.
.I..M. PlIILMI'S. Vlee-Pre.ldeiit.
CHAM. C'UNM.NdllAM, Cushiur.
0;I,IiF.OTIONS 1'ItOMlTI.
Y .MaDK.
I.XCtlANilK, coin, lnk n.itK nn. I Hull.-.
Ill ritntexKecuiltleH boimht uml rnhl,
lulerel Allnwnil on llmi. Itriiimlta.
nnxiNKitr.
.M ItS. McGJJK,
On Kl)(lilliiirfel, between Cuiiuneri'ial and Wh
ngtmi Atcinies in dallr recelfinf
NKNV MILIjINKKY GOODS
or Tna
I.ATKHT St'ltlNO AND SUM M Kit STYLK
Homiles a lull lino of
EosrasroEjars &c hats
ITnmrneJ and untriinni.i.J
Klir.NCU KI.OWEKH. KIUHUNd, TKIMMI.Nni
or all klndi, I.acPs, te to.
icI'ahmI" h i,n aortnint '
ruoy Attlclrssuch as
And all oilier articles imi.Uj lound In a
KIRST.CLAS3 MILLINERY STORK
Mix. MeOee ,i addition to her xtoek ol
hiine.y and Millinery Uoods, has n Hue ami
Complete assortment of Cincinnati CuMom
made Ladles' and MLses' Shoes and Chll
drens lloot, Hlaek and in Colors. These
areucknowledtred to be the llnest and best
uko in uui inarKet, ami mm k tho only
houe the eltv that makes them a specialty
C)lllirVsji;V
II. A. Thorns ii.tiio'iuh
TIIO.MS A- IMiOTIIKJi.
-ilecco II, M. llilN n,
COMMISSION MKRCIIAN1S. HIIOK KKS
AND UKAt.KIIH t.V
Miipln it nil I'nucj' (iracerira,
Forelsu anil Domestic
1.11 Coiiinicrelal Avenue,
CAIRO, . ILLINOIS.
1 1 KH.M A X S( ' H .Nt KTZSTO I F l
Successor to ll.Thlelccke..
)eil r In in Kliuu
FA.MIL V fi ROC ERI EH
VASIUNtlTON AVKNU.K,
IIK1WKKN TENTH VM) KI.ESK.VTII SIKKtlH
llavini; purchased the L.rocnre nslnblUI,
Uientot It. Th o ecke. I si,.,n .,l ..vu i ......
on hand a full nnd Ire-h supply ot nil the
best iroods In mv linn i,, i... ,,,i i .i,,.
i? i'i Mnct "llcntloii to business,
and lair ih'tMiv- hope not only to retain
mi uui i-iciiuni me piaee lias enjoyeil lu the
I'usi, ion i u mm io inn list many new pa.
lions Asking a fair share of pulillo patron.
ft-,
Jtespectnilly, llintMAN SCIIMBTSTOIU' f
DKNNIS IIALKV
lias now on hand all kinds of
DRV CORD ANI) 8TOVK WOOD
Knr sale. Leave orders at
WM, Kl.UGK3 STORK,
Comer Sixth and Comiuercln
Or st comer of Twelfth and Popup
Homo Advertisements.
VOHHIftNlON AMD rOBWABDINO.
HALUDAY BROTHERS
GKNKRAL AGENTS
r'OUWAHDINfJ ani. COMMISSION
M K II I! II A N Tl.
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
And Axrkli ot
OHIO HIVK SNll KANAWHA
salt coup Aisn:Ka.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Uaiho. Illinoib.
rOFFKV. PACK .1: CO.,
t M W A K l I S U
A N tl
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
UKAI.KK" IN
hay,
COILS',
OATS,
M HAL,
KLOlTIt AM) COUNTRY I'RODUOK
CAIRO, IM.INOIH.
.T-1'JII
MILL Kit k l'AUKKH,
G ENERA L COM M ISS10N
4Mb
KORWARDINO MKRCHANTS,
1KA L Kits IN FLOUK, C'OHN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AO K NTS yon FAIRIIANK'S SOALKS
Ohio Levoo. CAIRO. Il.I.l.NOIH.
C. CI.OSK,
OENKHAL COMMISSION MKItOHAN
And ilealer in
Limk, Ukmkn-t, l't.Asrr.n, IIaik, K.ic.
N . .
J5TI will cell in car load lots nt nmiiifuc
uiicrs iriees, auiiiiij,' irelKht. 4.'M
I. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Hiiecessorf In K. H. Hrndricts Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MK HUH A NTS,
anii
WIIARK-I10AT I'KOI'RIKTORS.
AaS bll.tr! AitTaueeniauls mi.1, atfSaal
aaV upnn Conslgnmentn. aSJ(
Ara preparnl lo recelre, store and torwsrd
rrelxhta to alt points and buy and
sell on commission,
WHimlnem atltDl. to promptlr:
K T K It U V II L,
l)ellise
FLOUR MERCHANT
A.STi
.n. an onto i.t.YKt:,
VJOtf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
S. D. A VKHrt.
K. .1. AYKK
A V KKS Si CO.,
FLOUR
A Nil
GKNKRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Uaiho, Ili.h.
l-Ttr,
NVOOU 111TTKNHOUHS & HKO
FiOUR
Cijneral t'oinuiiHrtion Merohan
I83 0UIO LKVKK,
Our Home Advortiaors.
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SALOON
HOOM.
ANI) HA li
JOII.H UATM, I'roprlen...
1U Cnpimereisl Aienue, C'AtKO, II.I.I.MII'
Bil brand of Csllfi" h01kiIu rncelivJ,
IIII.I.IAItl) siliinn fUniNhed with tun best
of tables : and bar supplied with wlnes,lloiiort
aud cltfarn ofthencst brands
lilTTliK KKNTUCKIAN
SALOON
AND
KESTJLTJI-A.ISrT
(Open Day and Nlht.)
J. H. PA KKS, Froprietor.
Ohio l.icc, bet, 4th and nth treets
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKAI.S AT ALL IIOl'IH.
A line new Dining Hall with eVerv con
ciilelice ha- been added to this popular
Ite-taiiraiit. and the quests will lluu ciT)
reiUllte lor thelraecoiumlatlou.
TIIKIIII.I. OPKAItK
eou-l-t-ol e cry ub-t.intlal ami delicacy ol
tlie scoii,
THBBAR
is supplied with the
CHOICK.STIJQUIIIIS.NVINlS&CIOAKSlho.lr
t3TMIxed ilrink- picpmed with care.
1I-1C tl.
MII.I.IAHIIS.
BILLIARDS.
wiMH,.irfH,.WmSrtMg1(Willt,M,S1i((i(1)lw(irtii
j ST. NICHOLAS j
BILLLI AUD MALL
0I!XJRO3?EA.Xr HOTEL
And
RESTAURANT.
HARRV WALKKR I'rop r
WINRH MIIOUHN,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIIOLKSALK OROCERS,
on 10 LKVKK
OAlatO. H.LIW ),
Alio, .. consUntly on h.n.t a m0it ootn
)Ut stock of
IilQTJOEa.
SOOTOn AND IIISR WniHKIKH "
-"IN H .
Fort, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Win"
II. Smith Co. ari nl
i?3V'Ki?', ''i:,C'0'', 'Ht'l'' ale, of w del,
arL-es ock Is kept constantly on hand at
thelrwhnlesalc store,
HKAI. KMT AT K AdBNtll.
John (i. Ilarman. (;,as. Thiiinn
JOHN Q. U A KM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLKOTOUS
ami j
CON V K Y A N C K RS )
i
North t:or. sl lla al. nml Ohio t.et I
Oaiiio, Iu.inoid.
Sole nilthorUeil iiL'ent for ii... --I
railroad lands In Alexander ami P il .sL
counties, of which there rem ili I , i ..
li.ntllv .,...,.1.1 .......,UII,I,I,, ' laiL'l)
illnntltv utiso i . i.inhiM,.i
ury best in the coiintrj.
'""lie of the ,
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a Winston &"uai
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
IS
AIJOTIONKKRS,
74 (SKCONII ITL0OB) oil 10 I,
0AIBO, IMJJ,,
DV AND 8XLL It,AI KhTATI,
PAY TAXES,
tfURNIBU ABSTRAOTfl OK TITLB
aJ preissrt O.Bfersso,, of KUj.i
Our Homo Advertisors.
MIHl'IXf.ANKSIIja,
SAVE MONEY
j And Iniy jour
, BOOTS AWIDSHOES
(IF
. JONKS,
Cnr.TtMlli l reel nml 'uinierclal A ,
t
I am now prepared to manufacture l
spriiiK styles, such ns patent leather, moriocr ,
buck and call-kin boots. Shoes, with bok
toes, cork ami pump soles Scotch bottoms
and bevel eddo or any oilier stjlc jotlwMi.
I am alo mntiiifactiirliit,' nn extra (piallly
of ladles' Mines My material and work
iiiaiishlp are wai ranted to be nl the bct. I
uui determined lo not he iindcrxiM Im the
I same (piallly of Koods
I Itep.iirliu; done neatl) and on nhort
IU'llce It, ,I()NKs.
3V
NKNV HOOT ANM HIIOK STOltK
.lllst opKllril
A I I he Men or I he lti:il HllOI .
CollNKH OK SlVKKIlt SlItKET ANli NV lll
INdTO.V A.SKNVK.
CM ISO, 11, 1,1 SO IS.
Where I hnlte all the elllen. of ('alio
, and Mirroiinillnj; country to call ami sec II
I they cannot moiiev, nil will sell erv
low. I hate jilopted the old motto, "The
Nlmhle Penny l Itetter than the Slow M.
pence." S.S, MATRON
4-lo.lf
(AKIj I'KTKHS,
BLACKSMITH
I'or I'.lrv'Mlli uinl IS(jr I',,,
i imounsihopuhiic tiut he tui nKZeil toe
I lal I eV I i A al f ra L l-S.i,lite .. rmt ft. .1 ..,,...1
'"niiin ti i ll'i'Lbiri if "K'll ,ll.lil' illltl
alo a Klrt-clas Morse shoer and Is readv
to manufai'ttire and cpnirall kinds of wort
In tlil trade with niialr and dUp.itch,
.'UWliii.
NEr Ll VERY " ST A LJ L K
TKNTH STRKKT.
IITWKN WAall'N AVCNUI AHIl W11..NL1
I'r. M. r, riot.la Informs tn put.llc that t.a lis
0neil a
. v i: it r s t a h i.
on Hie nrirthaetl si.ln of Tantt ulroel ai tun
Alir.r.
Ills "t,U will rw furnished with nn hot
BEST HORSES
AND 0001) VEHIOLKS.
team.
uii ioc iimci icnn"
Dr. Kiehls asksn shun, of tuiMli, nilrnil a iaa
1 and will cmleawirti merit It by ralnlealliu
' and strict attention to buji
NKNV YOHK STOitK,
NVHOLKSALK ANI) HKTAIL,
I.AHOtaT VAHIk-TT STOCK tX TIIK OUT
GOODS SOLD VKRVOLOSK
Corner if .flnetooirtti airral aad I'oiu
niKrclal Avenus
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C. O. 1'ATIK '
NVAGc MANUFAOTOlt V
I'or Sale at 'NVholesalc or Hetail
OOKNKIt H2D-8TKEKT ANI) OHIO J.BVKI
t'airn, Illinoi".
till
S. UA.III, K
II KM IS, IIUONVN A- CO.
j HAfi MA NUFAOTU RE RS
A HUNTS IIO.MK (.'OTTON Mil I.S
NO. Mi u,o Levee, Cairo, JIN.
l-'Win.
NVAItl) .V ItOUKItTS,
PAINTERS
I)k w.Kits is Window Siiadks,
Wai.i. I'ai'icr, I'uicx Whits
Lkad, Linhkkd Oh.
AURORA OIL,
SriltlTH Tuitl'KNTINK, Ol,VK
Siiki.i.ac, Alcohol, Krc, Etc.
; Washington avenue ami Llcvcnth street.
Cai,1" - Illinois
hook iiiwnixo.
I'ATRONI.H
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J. C. HUELS,
(Ute of St. Louis,)
IMtorillKTOIt
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
JIANUFACTUltKR,
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