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TIB JUDICIAL ELECTION.
Tb election of Lawrence to th u
BfMB beech ws nllclpatd by The
WvLtrtm: lit rh, without doubt, the
icea4Mete of the railroad monopolist!, and
Baay will oUIn bit rturn to th bench m
. a triamph of their cause, but they will as
,r i rtla that they here won no uibitaotlal
victory In feet no victory t nil, The
truth U, the people of the Fifth dtilrlot
wt deceived. Men like Got. Palmer,
waeee devotion to the anti-monopoly
aoveeVeel le not doubted, itepped for
ward aad eadoried Judge Lawrence ae a
frieM le lu effort to compel railroad
oerBOratloM to rercgnfee the authority of
the Hal. The consequence wai
many of the moit eathutl
lie and active anti-monopoliiti
voted for the judge. They may now en
Joy the pleaeore of reading the announco
teat that Judge Lawrence, the railroad
nacdkUU, hu defeated Judge Craig, the
farmer' candidate for tuprema judge.
After awhile leaden like Falmer wll un.
eeritand that every man who le not for
jAle cauM li agalnit It, and then there will
be unity of action ai well at of purpose
among ite fraud i. Then na power will be
able to Hand before it. Itlepoeilbla that
ear? yean yet the railroaders and the
pelKlalani will be enabled to crush every
wove eel of thil kind made In 11.
llaeil, eat they cannot always do 10. The
saoaeaellcc ef the country mint cease to
ureta tee pocneu or me people or ineir
hard-earned wage. The issue ii made up,
endHwill.notdown at the bidding of all
the railroad corporation and wavering
politician In the country.
Even la Judge Lawrence' election the
corporation will find a barren vlotory.
Me U, It Jt true, one of thoee men who fol
low the car of progress afar So, but he doee
follow it; and, while the people will
not reeelve from him all they ought to
have, the corporation will get far less
than they eipect.
ARK WIC A NKGBOPHOL18T I
.We ar an admirer of the Mound City
Joareal.' In fact we run after It favor
ae.a pleased Newfoundland mattltr, wag
giag at. teil.follow after a little child who
pat him on the head occasionally and
eaaeekae .down the hair on hi shaggy
back; and we bark now more in sorrow
-thaaTtn anger. 'Wbeoivor the great Dem
ocrat of Cairo visit Mound City to attend
court, the 'Journal,' evidently Influenced
by their luggeetlont, put it Ianee at ret,
aad attack our Democracy. This I tad ;
tut w cannot help it We are a martyr
to our habit of going ahead. Alway
abated by those behind tit, we have fin
ally the pleaeure of teeing them
come np to our political standpoint, and
heatthemiay in reply to our "we told you
to," "why, we were here long before you.
How Mind you are I"
The attack upon n which has roiulted
freaV to holding of the now progressing
Urtn el the Pulaski court take the form of
aaoaplilot that we did not denounce
Mayor Wood because ha ordered the po
.Ilea of the oily to not nullify the election
"of the colored man, J. J. Bird to the office
of pollen augUtrat by taking all persons
charged with offence against the ordlnan
one of the city before Judge Bros. To
bUo6e4TaInt ha beo'n attached the
charge thai" w6 have become' a negrcpho
lUtaa advocate t tho political suprem
acy aad eocial equality of the cegro
Wa (aid; -M meant to lay, if we did not
that Mayor Wood had no legal right to
oreWaaepolloe totale their prisoner be
fore, aHaer Bret or Bird, We tay 10
aaw.j aa we aateU that Mayor Wood did
aai l fat,;mak auck an order.
TUa i a fact: It hu been the rule in
Cafear daring a whole decade that the po
lie e4ecr teould take prisoners before
each -aV- the two police maglttratet on al
teraate day; The 'Journal' ay tbl was
aaagraaeaeet between Brote aad Shan
aeasy. '.Theeetwo gentlemen had ne more
right to makaiuch aa agVeoment, and say
to the police of the eity :' "You mutt ob
serve It," than Mayor Wood had to lay to
ttte-jaeMc-. froa mut not dltregard it
aaaikwNthe cltlien who put me and you
k Jaw aae'-have elected a colored man at
'JWVr0 ' colleegue." The duttet of
aWpeMceaaea are prescribed by thn ordln
aaeee, aad they cannot find In either ot
the cXdtaaacea of the city the clause au
ihetlatait teem to tav t ( We will not oat-
taiae a alggef police magittrate, even if
laepeevw eteH aim;" they cannot find
aay clauae glvlBg'-them the right to set
aside a loag-eetabmhed rule dividing the
oHe ietoeM of iaaelty equally between
the two pollee magUtratee and for any
eeatna agree te throw all the butlneetto
A ' oaa at aaJ aaetletHte.
fvvj..i-J.. ...... .,
wot WW Mfpm muer site late t'r
eUat-Wlthoat 'an order from the
eaWkatl-wltawtt comulutlon with the
wlthoat kaowlag whether iBroe
MM iniealeii la maintain th igree-
wBMe'kee; existed between Brott
aeiy, ih'aollcn!B began to
Bftemr Before Brew! leav.
'M-jata eeldj' The Meier
wWfctt,'teld to JtfiBal:
aUral until It bu beea aa-
br Btrd tv
Thl(;ta caaataad bodaute, on tbl.
ttateeWt of faoei, welhavo not denounced
Mayor Weed, 1 the Dettooratlo leaden,
throtigh the Jouraal'. denounce ui. They
are teo prejudice), to be Just.
A WORD WITH A NKIOUUOIt,
Our good friend nf the Mound City
Journal' eayt i
We would rather lee white people gov-
eraed by whites, and juntlce dltpeoted
among white people by wblte court. Let
thotoln Cairo who votod for Bird, and
with law dlthed out to thorn bv him, en-
Joy the luxury ; but to forco the great mat
oi ino wane citizen or uairo io resort to
Mr, Bird' court, whether they would or
not. It an unjust and arbitrary assumption
of power which does not belong to tho
mayor of Cairo or any other city. If
Wood ran compel the pollen to talto all
city cases before Bird hall tho time, ho can
do It all tb time, and he oan assume any
otner illegal power ne may cnoote. ne
take a etrlde ahead of tho ratitogonation
ruler of South Carolina and It quitn on a
par with Kollopp' usurping Louislnna
No pernon In Cairo who wlthet tbo'.aw
dlthed out to blra by a white man it com
pelled by any order, of the mayor to go
Into Police Magistrate Bird's court.
Chang of vonne He from Bird to Brott,
Why, thee, does the 'Journal' ay that to
force the great mate of the white cltlr.en
of Cairo to retort to Mr. Bird's court;
whether they, would or not, It an unjust
and arbitrary assumption of power, which
dees not belong to the mayor of Cairo or
of any other i lly '.' The 'Journal' Is either
prejudiced or ttupld. Tho great matt of
the white cttlr.tnt of Cairo are not com
pelled to confront any police court. Tho
great malt vl our wblto oltiaen aro not
drunken and disorderly ; the great mass
or our white cltlzons are notvagrunU;
the great mas of our white clt-
l.ons are not continually In
dulging In beaches of the peane; tho groat
mat of our will to citizen hnver.o lavor
to ak of the police court. If the groat
mast of our white citicen were compelled,
by thoir habltt, to retort! to the police
aourt, we do not think the groat mns of
our whit cltUen would deserve to bo
tried before a court whiter than Bird, and,
f a blacker one could be secured In any
way, they ibould have judgment pastod
upon them by It. The great matt of our
white ottlr.n aro law-abiding, and the in-
elnuatlon of the 'Journal' it Insulting
at It I unjust.
The 'Journal' says that If Wood can
compel the pollco-to take all city cusue be
fore Bird half the time, he can do It all
ine lime, we aumit tins; but we
ask the 'Journal' to oonstdor this
tatemont. When the present policemen,
appointed by Mayor Wood, qualified, they
found In force, by agreement of the police
magistrate, the rule thatoBendenngatntt
the ordinance! ihould be taken beloro eaoh
magittrate on alternate dayt.
Thete official areaturet of Mayor Wood,
without notice that the rule had been ab
rogated, t hemic! vet nbollthed It and took
all their prltonen before Brott. Tblt the
'Journal' claim waa proper. In other
yrordt, the 'Journal' believes that Mayor
WoodYa oBolat creature may do In this
regard what he cannot do. Tbay may In
fact do many thlnge he cannot do, but
their autholty mutt come from the mayor
and aldermen. To doclde that a police
magittrate elected by the people ihould
try no case under tho city ordinance, bo-
cause he was black, U not within the au
thority vetted In them by the elty council.
If Mayor Wood had appointed policemen
who preferred Bird to Brott, and those po
licemen bad agreed to take all olty prisoners
before Bird because Broil hasn't got curly
hair or Is a German or a Democrat, would
not the Mourner have donounced them at
partial and prejudiced ? Would not that
paper have called upon Mayor Wood to
Interfere and compel hii policemon to bo
have thoinielveiV There Is no doubt tho
Journal' would hav done to, Tho cue
under ditcussion It precitely thl, except
that the policemen happened to prefer
Brott to Bird beoaut Bird did have curly
hair and bad not a white face. This may
be a good reason to prefer Brota, but when
you permit a policeman to mako a prefer
ence for that reason you cannot provunt
blm from making a preference tor any
other reason that may teem itiQiciect to
him, Mayor Wood hat no right to order
that on police magittrate shall be prefer
red to another for any reason, and neither
hu a policeman that right; but they did
exercise in power, nu tne Mourner p
W ask the 'Journal' 11 we are not right
In our petition? Would it bavo us, be
cause a colored man bat been elected po
lice magittrate, approve an exercite of
power In our police force which that pv
per denlet to the mayor ? Does it assert
that, because tho people of the city have
elected a colored man, who Is a competent
officer, to try offender! under the ordinan
ce, Tub Bullbtik ihould utert that the
policemen of tb city ibould declare that
no offender under tho ordioancee shall In
tried by that colored man ' Do It be-
lleve Tua.UVLi.BTtN ihould dtnouncp tue
mtyor beoauee a aald to hi pollco fore
"You mutt not xrcit tuen authority 1"
W do not believe the 'Journal' can, if it
will put away prejudice, antwr,ths quo,
lion la th affirmative. "No paper is jus
tified, beoaut it bat tb agro, in mak
lag aa ut of Itttlf, aad th 'Journal' will
therefore, we ar ooaadtnt, upon Indulg
ing in tb coad to her thought, admit
that Tub Bollbtin It on this queslioa
right u usual.
To the People of Cairo and whomever It
aiayConcarn, thli Address olvthe First
Mlasloaary Baptist Church ii put forth:
WedeeerrH highly proper at thiitlm
thai a (tataMtatf of facts be made concern
Ing T. J. Shore, and our pceltlon since he
hu beea dUmUeed fiom the putorat,
aadour ruoai for that action.
Wbaali4 taM aamng n w knew
Uttl of bit past reotd. W did aot va
know that be hadtHfe'llv lag wlvei. We
bad ao4 heard of hi btty' rtrat from
Obaaipalga oouaty, aor.of kjllhlng the
fatal of ta ebureh tear. . ' . .
,Wa rtctlvnd blm la a ita,t of tk dirett
duttiutioB, and helped Urn with tb M
)tt of moving aw. W a4mlr4 hi
ttlaatt; w anpresiaUd hit eeergjr aad
Ma), aad tUoag bt hlm,to a jott U maa
THE CAIRO JDAlliY
for the pleco, aad for our eute.
confldd In him a a true brother, nd r;
garded blm at a faithful minister of the
gotpl of Chrlsl. At Irit be seemed to
agree to ervo us for a ronblo salary
according to our ability. B'i ioon
found there wai no limit to hit rapacity.
He gradually btgn to Miume titrpriilng
powr, and to pliy pop. Ho continued
to aobblo un ll tho fundi without order,
and without accounting to anybody, lie
complained or wldowi who could contrib
ute but 23 conli per month ; speaking
roughly to them, and speaking contempti
bly of them. He pefverled the tiirnli nf
tho festivals, end robbed tho Sunday school
troantiry. He bat contrived to control all
the funds, and hai discarded the idea of
having any treasury for th church but
himself I And at to any account of fundi
expended, be alway scorned the Idoa of
giving any strictly faithful report,
In th exercise of dlsctplino, and in
managing any matter of church bmlnon,
no regard has he ever had fur tho will ol
the real majority of the members. At a
tpeclmen of hit arroanco and assumption
of power, Instance hit Hidden splitting up,
and withdrawing our church from the at
toulatlon, without authority, and his eub
cquentdltregard of all complaining about
It, of which he 1ms been frequently re
Of hi gonural iiuii.oralitlei and notnrl
mitiintriithfiittnoM, who would not blush
nnd forbear uladly tho painful task nf sot
ttog forth In details ' Fact In regard to
cases of marked and well remembered
peculatloni of funds placed In lil hands
(tho cata of the money, for the bell, tho
hundreds of dollars fraudently tiitsappllod
In tho purchmo of grocorles, on a specula
tion at a tlmo of pressing neoJ, with us In
Cairn, and others 111(0 tbeso) will be forth
oomlng well authenticated when railed
fur, by thn proper counsol of ministers
whose duty It thill bo to bring thorn tn
light and mako public, and dpoe Mm
from the ministry
Ai there wae not at ntiy time shown any
disposition to pay any regard to tho will of
a majority of tho church, to voluntarily ro
sign, or to reform himself In any mattor
complained of, is it any wonder that wo
should nt last become alarmed for tlio
tataty and honor of tho precious cniitu of
Christ committed to our trust? Il'r dlil
movr in ntrnnt, and have dismissed him
from the pastorate, nnd cullod another pas
tor in whom we have contldcnco. Wo suo
that tbl ought to havo boon dono lone be
fore. This is tho remedy always within
thn powor of any Baptl't church In llkn
allllctlon, acoordlng to our order of t'hureh
Tho time had come for Shores todUnlo.o
hit true character uUlclontly. He is re
vealing himstlf bofor this community.
Uli late llounclng and bolllgorenoy, his
play of tho bully and tho rowdy must have
a short run In the servicn to which ho
We do not wUh to encourage any por-
tonal violence to get possession of the
church propertv. No. not the lt
semblance ol It. We know, vorlly, that
It would do ut no good to obtain It In that
way. Vengeance in the heart, clubi In
the church, and putols In tho pocket I . Of
courni that meani murder. W'e do ,not
go to the dictionary or the itatutei tn
learn what murder Is. We would rather
tako the eearcbiog definition which Jetus
glrei: "Ho that hateth bis brother Its
Wa appeal to the civil court to give u
lawful and peacable posotlon of our
With the reasoni here let lorth for tho
dismissal of T. J. Shoros from the pastor
ate, and the thowing of our record of pro
ceedings, ai tho truo and proper l-'irst
Missionary taptltt church of
Cairo, our appeal is made
to tho court and to the sympathy
and supporting countenance and IdIIii
onco of the Christian public, and all good
ordorly cltlxomof Cairo In this effort to be
faithful to true gospel principles ai a
church, and to obtain poisession of our
church property of which we are so -vlck-edly
At the same time wo wish to Indulge no
feeling but pity for, the persistant perpe
trators of thli daring high-handed wicked
ness leader and all. Much has boon
done to avoid any resort to tho law, but
as yet all in vain. Even the very day on
which tho church provided for the Issuing
of thii circular a brother kindly oll'ered to
try igaln by pononnl entreaty to avoid
thle reproachful and expensive resort to
law. At present wo know not how It
will be with us. Wo trust In ,tho Lord
and struggle on.
To th court now w must come. The
court may compel a yielding to us of our
rightful property, nnd tlx the time when
this miichlof ikall coase.
The Lord io morcy hasten tho dayt
hippy day I for the Baptist cause in Cairo.
Itobert Caldwoll, Pastor.
Richard Taylor, clerk.
Anthony Hopkins, Deacon.
Edward Vaugn, 11
June 3, 1873,
Comer Twelfth Mrect and Washington A e
J. 0. H U ELS,
tt.ite of St. Louts,)
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OBF1CK or '
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. U. HAVKOHD. 1'roildenl;
H. H. TAYI.OH. Vice-President;
II. IIYHI.OI', secretary and Treaiurer
H. It, (JvKnueetw,
U. V. HllMDtf,
Bee acI U at ear Atsseaat Keeelveel I rata
Tew feate Upward.
TNTKHKMT mM no doolt al the Ml al an
A. rcnt. pr annum. Marob 1st aid Uptem-
imw ifi, iDinreituiH wiinurawn in r.uura iinni.
dlaUljr to lh firmolpal of I he dsp.mlls, thtrnbj
Kitiuk ineni rompouuu inMreni,
UtRMBD WOMBN AND OBILDBBN HA.Y
m mil aa oil iui c eniw it,
Opun e ttf butlnn dT from a.m. tn S p.tn
c lor HAVING IJRPoKITt
oni.i from s to i o ciodk.
auotl W. UTBI.OP.Treaeurer,
THE CITY NATIONAL
.13 A.1T FC.
W. P. lUI.I.IDAT, l'riilJi,l
(IKNKT L. IIALI.IIIAT, VWl'r.l4ot
A. II.HAPPOHI), OiMlilfri
WAl.Tklt IITHI.OP, Auli'.ln Onl,ip
Hf iATl TaILUM. ROUl II. llPHHlniiM&M.
Itaaii h. IUiLinr. W. P. lUn.ibir.
(I to. II. WitLimi, HririisN tluu
Eirliaee. (lota aaa t'attMl atatoa
Roada Benalit assd Molil.
liiroSlTH reoolTM, aad
a Knral lnkln
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of !) A fat It,
It. V. Millkb, rreaident.
.1. M. 1'iiillipn, VIce-l'rosKlc iit.
C'lUH. CII.N.MNOIUM, (,'aUler.
EXUilANUK, role, bank ole nl tluitoi
Bta1curlllM bnimlit ami unU.
Iwlerael AlleerM am t tutu B)eioatta.
Wll ITR UOUi AlllTiANINU M I I.Ij
HARD ami SOFa1
LATH, HUINULKS, OKUAK POSTd
DUUH3, SASH, ULIND3
Puraillied on thurtfttt notlo.
Commercial avonuo, between Tenth and
R. K. R R V A N T ,
Near TwrHy-sixtb Street,
Ohio Lbvkb, - CAIRO, 1LI.H
All klnda n( Lumber, Oak, I'opUr, C!y
prce. Walnut, etc., tlollvcrctl In any part
of tlio city free of chHrc.
t3ri'atronngo aollolled, anil satWactlon
guarHlltcod. -2.'i If.
KOK BALK, Rigger MR BALK
VOK SALB.JroriUrOK HALK
Far from LivjiarooL,
fare from Londovdbrhv
Fare from Ulaioow,
Fara from Qubinitown
TO CAIRO, i : i : i i i 4 8 20
' Sarfont. Morrii A Cn.l. AttuU.
l.ltarpool New.Tark ahd rhllaUlihia
iiumi eoaraioi wire catria siitts ma tamst
Pur Oarr;iBg Ihe Mailt
FOR PASSAGE TIOKKTB
na rraraia laroanstioe
1PPLY TO JOHN O. DA LB, Aot
ISHroadway, New-Tork, ertu
Wuhlnrtoa linu Cairo. Illlnmt,
CAlllO city coal
I prepared to
lapetr'ontMoiar eim "i
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
day Broi. office,
nA .aBrwBajBk, gm
Yard, below the
St. ctoia1btl, wll weetve prwapt attcn
tloa. The TV "MOtrrAua" wm Bring
h&iiU to (Mtaan at any hour.
JUNE 5, 1873.
vnuimim Ann bwaii.
FORWARDING and (JOMMIRHION
M B K 41 II A N TB.
DEALERS IN FT OUR:
Aid Aiteis ef
ohio nivan anii kajtawba
70 Ohio Lkvrb,
Caibo, Ili iieoi.
COFPKV. PACK CO.,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY I'RODnCE
M1LI.EK 4 I'AKKKK;
UKALKHB IN FLOUR, COM
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTfl vna FAIRBANK'H HOALKfl
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLIN01H.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
LlMK, OBMKNT, l'l.AHTBK, HaIR. Kt(!
KtTI will hell In car loa.l lots ut
tlirera" prlceii, aa.liut; freight.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hiioenssnrs Io K. H. Hanitrlnai 4 0o.
Forwarding and. Commission
Liberal Ailfaneamauia mad
reparnl to rcnelT, itore aad lorward
rrcfghta to all polnU and buy anil
Mil on commlulon,
'niuinMi ttUndad to prnmpUv;
PR T K It 0 V II L
PL OUR MERCHANT
No. 0 OHIO I.EVBE,
S. I). AVIRH,
AYKRS & CO.,
IP Hi O.TJ
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lbtbi, Cairo, Iiu.
WOOD U1TTKNHOUPK & BRO
Qjneral ConaiiMiOB Mreii'
III OKIO LBTUt
Our Home Advertineri.
JOHN MATCH, r-erlla.
101 Oommeroul Atenue, CAIP.O, II.MNOIr
iltt braii.t of Olfo lUI(arsu rectliUi
UILLIAH1) aaloon flirnlshcd with (ha host
of tablet : and bar mipptlod wttti wines. Ilmion
and cigars of thenoat brands.
(Open Day ami Night.)
J. U. PAKKS, Propriolor,
Oliio Levee, bet, 4lb and Oth street',
MKAIi) AT ALL ItOlllW.
A line ucw Dlnlmr Uall with evcrv con
veulence hat txen added to this popular
Restaurant, and the mleita will tlnd pverv
requisite for tbolr accomodation,
THK U1LL OF FARK
contNH ol every subst.intlil hnd delicacy ol
tlipplloil Willi Ibe
CHOICEST LIQUOKSiWINES & CIGARS
laTMlxed drlukn prepared with esre.
HARRY WALKER Pwp r
WIHBB ABB lJfiODBVa.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OA! BB. ULIleii,
Alio, keep ceostaatlr an hand a most nam
plete atock of
lOriTOB AMD IB1SB WHIKBia
n i n a,-
Fort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba "Win"
R..Smltll t Co. are hIwi aire ntk fnrKnnn
rcr, ilcKay ACo.'a l'lttsburc ale, of which
BBAI. BBTATB ADBBCI.
John (. Harm.in.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Car. of tk at. aad lilo Leeee
Bole authorized agenti for the lale of 1. 0.
railroad land! In Aloxaudcr and Fulaikl
counties, of which there remalni a large
quaaUty unsold, embracing tome ot the
very beat In the country.
Abstract of Title, Conveyancing made
epeclalty. Real Ksute bought and eold.
tSTTaxei I'M, etc.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (eaooMD floob) obio lbtbb,
Bot amb giu Rial Kbtati,
f DRNISH AMbTBACTS Of TITL1
ab prefate Oeavej f Xlaael
5 af 2 2
I i ! s
3 " s a
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a. " J
Our Home Adrertiaerf .
And buy your
j Jt. JONKS,
ttor.TetsUs alreetaaMl 4'eaaoaarrlal A v.
I am now prepared to manufacture al
nprlngitvle. anch m patentlcathcr, morroru.
buck and call-sklB boot. 9hoei, with box
toes, cork and pump eolea, Hentcn bottom,
and bevel edge or tiny other style you wish.
I am also manufacturing an extra quality
of bullet' tfioo. My material ami work
manihlp aro warranted to be ot the beat. 1
am determined to not bo undersold lor the
same quality ol good.
Repairing done ncntly nnd on short
notice , U. .lout..
NKW HOOT AND 8I10K STOKE
A l ilieftSa art he BF.Il B OT,
Co UN I R OK SnvKNTIt STRBBT AND WAMU
AVliere 1 invite all the vltlxenn of Cairo
and urroundlng country to call and are II
wey cannot nave mone
low. 1 have adopted
they cannot nave money. a I will aell verv
low. 1 have adopted tho old motto, "The
jNimuie renny w iscuer man tne hiow huc
. H. MATBUrl
4 'or r.lvfattA and Pont r It.,
Iniorms the public that he hisenKiKeu ttie
services of a Flnt-clam Waffon makerand
also a Flrst-clasi Horre ihoer and ti ready
to manufacture and epair all klndi of work
in thli trade with npalr and dispatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
fltTWBBK WAia'IT AVBNDB ABD W ALB 01
Dr. U. P. nM Informs loe public that he ha
I. IV EHT STABLE
on the northwest aid of Tenth strssi at naa
His HtabUt will tn furalihed with aeae but tht
AND GOOD VKHIOLia.
and the publtn may he accommodated at al
houra of the day and night with aafe team
on the lowest term.
Dr. Field ask a abate of nubile patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealiiii;
and strict attention to bus!
NKW YORK BTOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IABOMT TABIBTT IT0OK IN THB CITT
GOODS SOLD VKRYCLOBK.
l?eraer er Bbaateeeiih atreet aaa reaa
C. O. fATlKit
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
OOKNIR 32D-BTalTAlfD OBIO LIVB-
BEMIS, BROWN Si CO.,
Aobnts Houi Cotton Millb
NO. 80 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Ills.
WARD & ROBERTS,
Dbalkr in Window Shadbs,
Wall Papkb, I'dhi Wbiti
Lkap, Linbbbd Oil
Spirit Torpintinb, Glub
Shrllac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Waahlngton avenue ami Kleventh atreet,,
C. Haiiny Wishes the
public to bo informed that he
lias on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets, as exten-
sivo as any in tho Southwest,
and that ho is determined to
sell every article at prices
lower than tho lowest. Cal
on him to-day and examine '
goods and prices. He Will
satiify yu botti to quality