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Tib Republican court of Washington
fcM got to Long Jiranch.
Cboliaa l mrclilns on. 11 will,
without doubt, Thlt til th cltlei in tbo
To rewers of tho United Sttei have
been Boldint; a national convention al
QlLVOMu the noisy music man, hnd,a
gread reception an ovntlon In, Chicago
TBMBAJT Bight last.
. Masamb BaiMKcniiorr, celebrated
vocalist, wll slag In thl city on Monday
ftBd Tussday evenings nozt,
Ijc-Pawidint Tiiikks Iim returned to
kit literary- vomit, tod hni prepared A
Alstory of tho downfall of the empire and
the reign of communism.
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It It dangerous to buy land from young
ladle under ago. Tho suprome court of
Illlnoti hasdecldod that a married woman
cab let aildo conveyances made by lior
when a minor.
A HAM by tho namo of Thomai Sullivan,
one of a party who auaultod tbo houso of
a saIoob keeper named Lait, In Chicago,
.fewBlghte ago, km klllod by the
proprietor who dlachargol tho contonls of
kit revolvor Into the crowd ofdrunkon
Gik. Joint, TiLiao.t, of Qulnoy, who
WAA eleeted to the houio of tbo general as-
tembly to fill tho vacancy occailonod by
the death of tbo lamented ltuahnoll, hat
been appointed collector of internal rove
cue, and hai resigned bl teat in tholegls
lalure. The genoral la an excellent con-
tletnen, And was a valimMo mcmbor of tho
The 'Pall Mall Garotte ' polnta to Pal
raenton, Brougham, Sir David Ilrowator,
Walter SavAge Landur and Thiori aa ox
Ample of men who havo eot tbo moat
"pleasure out of life, and woro still young
At foar-ecore years. It adda that "thoro
'Are bo better gifts, than pugnacity, solf
otBtdeaee and vigorous animal iplrita ;"
all of which were possessed by thoio oc
togenarian. Tbb demand for post aI cards Incroasoa,
New Tork haa bad 1,000,000 and orders
5,000,000 more ! Boaton baa had 100,000
And WAnU ai many moro; Chicago baa
bad 600,000 And orden .100,000 moro;
PhllAdelphla faM uaed 500,000 and aske for
tbo Atme number; St. Louis baa had
000,000 And wanta twlco aa many moro;
Bab Francisco haa had 600,000 and wanta
ai many more. The ordora rorolvcd
within the flrat ton daya of production
were for 17,071,600.
TBI fAram of Livingston county have
came to the following concltialona:
"L Tkatttka end we deslro to allnln
camot ko koped for through cither of tho
existing .'p Arty organlzatlona.
"II. That It Is.therofore both prudent
abb edviaable to effect a moro thorough
organisation In thla county, for the attain-
tnentof the purpoaea expressed In tbo fol-
"Thla organization ii oppoaed to rail
road'atooli, tariff a teeli, salary-grab atoals,
bank steals. And every other form of thiev
ing by whloh the farming and laboring
classes are robbed of the legitimate fruit
of their labor."'
A great through freight line from Chi'
cam to 'New York la bow one of the pro
ject IjT which Chicago" and tbo North
wat.)ro interested. A momorlal calling
Attention to tho Immediate necessity there
exist roriucn a route to uieraci tiiat in
midwinter the warebouaea and elcvatori
of Chicago are filled to overflowing with
grAB for, which there, la no tranaporlatloo
out that the freight embargo damngoa
. business, and causes financial failures nnd
dlatreae alike to labor nnd' capital, otc,
And Aiklng congreas, "In case It la not pro.
' pared to order the construction of such a
'highway aa a national publio work", to
grent a charter for a double track railroad
between Ghteago and Dow York to bo
worked 'eioluaively in the tonnngo bust
aeta at Alow speed and cheap ratea, baa
bswB prepared for signatures throughout tho
Xakwjat. BIt waa submitted to the Chi
oago board of trade oa. Tuesday last, and
WAMjyAjtprovea Dy wai uoay.
'V " ' 1 ' ' 1 1
TBB'Xenpbls. ,'Appcsl' jays that in
KovABibAr,-llJui.'AfU'!s tho battlo of
BlAiW 'WfedefW-atoamer, tho
iBflOBur. with 131 weuadod Unitod States
AoMiera en boATd, wa "boardod by Gon.
GrABtJust below OAlro, that the cartel fvr
.tMO;ABMgeorprjMnMialght be signed,
koAAM the weet'hatlgone into the war
TlafcaiMe In Itilitniii' '( ih n.,,i..
wat oii Ui way tb'KeV Ofleaas. and that
WMaT AM' jawutippi -itva-jol B property of
All llMiiliiiVwtfritoorrt 'ta (u
p, be wu done with the
vmwi. n Hami. im ...
BAAlly grasped the full
swT Ik .uitiMAs.e .T ,
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doo.cblef to the happy huntlne croundi,
lie Is the moat gallant Indian and one of
th braTMi'men wko aw II rod. Tho ah.
na Aftsl the pigoOof romance'
lurawn nospertorilo him in an me eaien.
tla'l (tballtloiV h'erolim. Cruel 7 Where
la the savage warrior who la not; but did
he not lace the enemioa of hla pcoplo with
a dtflAat spirit and ,by hla bravery and
kill defelt lime and again fnrcea numer
ically superior to his llttlo band,' well-
trained aoldlers, many of them vetornna of
the 'grand battles of our lata civil war?
Thlt man will stand a completion) llguro
la the history of our country, ami bo the
hero of a thousand romaneca. Wo would
IcAvn Jack's fate to tho voto of tho bnyx of
the country, Thoy would not put a ropo
around the warrior's tii'ck, but crown him
chief of nil.
FllEK l'ASSKS AUOL1SIIKI).
Tho Chicago and Northwoatorn railway,
tho Mllwaukeo and St. Pout, Illinois Con
tra), Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific, St.
Louis, Vandalla And Terro Haute, Ohio
and Miaaltalppl, Oilman, Clinton nnd
Springfield, Chicago,' Danvlllo and Vln
connof, and thsC'hlcago and Iowa rail
road companlci haVodatermincd in abol
ish the deAd'head system, At a mooting
of these comptnlci, hold at Chicago on tho
3d Inst., they resolved that all panics out
standing shallboYoid after the SOlh Inat.
A itxAlou to allow oUrgy'mon engaged in
rcgulap pastorates, to retain tliolr half-fnm
tickets' was" voted' down. A suggestion
that railroad omployos bo privileged to
puis oyer the roads with which thuy nro
connectod during-thelr period of sorWcc,
waa adoplod. Thuy and thoao hnvlng
prevlcualy acknowloilgod cuntrncl rights
nro to be tho 'only privileged clnasos. Tho
several railroad o (11 cor a, nro requlrod to ro
turn their own paaaca W tho companlca
with which thoy oxchangod, nnd nil re-
()iieata for oxchanga pnases of any kind,
are vetoed. Thoso compnnlca alao agroo
lo not grant any ruJuction whatever in
tho regular tarlir of ratoa. This roform
will drop through of ita own weight.
A clrcumilanco connected with tbo Ab
dication of King Amadous has rocently
come to light. An nrtiolo In tho Spanish
constitution makes it obligatory on tho
oortca to pats certain laws providing for
tho abdication of tbo aovoroign who should
desire to do so. In thodncuinont, wrlttou
In Itallnn, doclnrlng his abdication, Ama
dous rcquoatod the cortos to pass thoso
laws. The documont waa translnted Into
the Spanish by SIgnor Joao Olozago, proa
idunt of tho council ol stnto. It was thon
transmitted toSonor Montero Hloa, minis
ter of Justice, for hla opinion ns whether
it waa In conformity with the constitution.
It ia nnw asserted that Htoa omitted tho
referonco to tho cortoi, mado by Amadous,
and mndo tho king simply doclaro that in
his own namo ana thnt of hla sons and mic
coasoraha ronounccd forever tho throne of
Spain. Tho spcody formation of tho re
public (showing to this (act:
"It has from tho first, says the Madrid
correspondent of the London 'News' "boon
1 fully credited hero that Uio'amlnUtry,wHh
1 the exception of 'irllla, who was not in
'the plot, bad conaplrod tootled tbo' king's
' abdication in order to pavo tho way for tho
' inimcdlate;ueclaratl0n of a republic. So
'nor Itivero in his remarks boforo tho 1'or
1 manont Commission on tho LMrd of April,
'publicly acknowledged that such a design
roally oxlstod, and that all woro party to
' It. Hut for tho alteration In tho form of
abdication aa otfoclod by Senor Montoro
lilos, tho ropubllcin all probability would
not have been declarodjK) promptly, if at
nil. The voto of the cortoi, which, ac
cording to tbo constitution, alono could cm.
1 power tho king to abdicate, would hnvo
' alio provided lor tho continuanro of n
'government, and.iu the republlcana woro
' In tho minority, it ia acarcoly probable
' that, with time for reflection, thoy would
'haveaocured the Immediate rceoptnnce
'of a republic"
HON. W. W. O'HUIKN, GOING OH
It Is rumored that Hon. W. W. O'llrlon,
of Peorln, is about to bocomo a Itopubli
can. Wo dont bellovo there ia any truth
in tho rumor, but If truo what of if Mr.
O'Hnon haa considerable reputation aa a
saucy and roady-tonguod orator, and hna
tome ability, but ho is after alljnot much of
a great man, nnd tho anti-ltepubllcnna
can get along without him.
O'llrien waa nomlnatod for congressman
from tho state at largo a fow years ago,
bocauao It was boliovod that ho could stand
with John A. Logan In a public debate.
A couple of years before O'Urlon's nomin
ation the Democrats bad nominated Col.
Dlckoy who waa n gentleman on as well
na otf tho stump. The conicmionco waa,
Logan, who waa tho candidate opposed to
him, drove blm by his bravado and black
guardlam off tho stump.
At the time O'llrien waa nominated hi
friends said: "Don't make tho mlntake of
' two yoara ago, and take a timid man llko
Dickey. Take O'llrlon. Ho hits pluck.
1 Ho will challenge Logan, and ho can
'.blackguard with that gontlomau and dla
count him." Thla argument, a very pa
culler one to bo used In favor of a propoa
od candidate, auccooded. Tho democrats
woro anxious to obtain a'candldato Logan
cou 1 not crush out of sight as be bad
Dlckjy, nnd they thought O'llrlon would
fill the bill ; they had no doubt ho waa aa
groat a blackguard as Logan. Ho whs
nomlnatod In this belief, His reputation
as a foul-tongucd man, tho poor of Logan
in the blackguardisms of tbo stump, mado
him the Democratic nomlnoe. But oven a
a bold blackguard ho ia a distinguished
failure. lie knew' Logan waa a groator
one than be, and into his politics.! hole
he went, pulling It in after him.
The fond Democrats, who cbuekled af
ter O'llrien bad boon nomlnatod and
poked one another Id the rlbi, winking as
they said 1 " Walt' Hit Bill eots after
Jbfat"'wera doomed to disappointment.
WU weakeaed, Bui's courage ootsd out At
hi loger ends.- He refused kProset John
la Ic4it discussion, and Wat as gentle as
AayHseWag doye. Occaaionally, wbea he
got line A eewooda neighborhood, wbefi
bo wH.isM, Loga,ai reporter. And'
knew that aew ft hit spMoh' would not
THE 04IK0 DAILY
get boyond the neighborhood) nonopened
to be i nx"ceiient stump blsckguard,
egBlM'UAl)lfnot superior; but, when
cloe to jKegan, Wh' at a ge'ntlomahly brator
wee'StrO'Hrlen, Aa a blackguard can
didate he was a failure, bocauso he lacked
tho courgo to display hla abilities In a
contoat with Logan, and for no. other tea
ion. And now it la said Mr. O'Brien pro
poacs to go ovor to the BopdbllcAn'.
Well, to bo It. Tho gontleman Is the
master of hla own actions, the Democratic
party is somewhat crippled) and tho parly
that will succeed it will have no need of
candidates with His peculiar qualifications,
while the Itapubltcan party ia in aenrrh
of the abilities of Just such men.
l-'AKMKHS' MOVEMENT IN
Tho Paducah 'Kontucklrtn' of tho Ith
Inst., contains a roport of the proceedings
of n convention of tho farmers and mechan
ics of tho county of Italian!, Kentucky,
held at the court hotiao in Hlunilvlllo, 20th
of .Mnv tnat. The resolutions adopted nro
vory well na far aa they go but thoy fail lo
convoy to tho mind of the reader nny dof
inilo iden of tho purposo of Hie (armors
and mechanics who composed tho conven
tion. Aftor studying them wo have como
to tho conclusion that tho convention had
nn object In view but concluded to kcop it
a dead secret until somo future limo.
Tho first resolution doclnros that the
mo m bom of tho convention adhero to tho
principles of the government aa onuncl
nted by tho fathers of tho ropublic, that
tho status of tho union ero nociunl In tliolr
powers nnd havo tho right lo regulate their
domestic Institutions In tholr own way,
and ao forth. Tills Is all woll enough, but
such uttnrnncea am thrcadbaro. No onu
claims that tho genoral government can
oxerclsn any powers not delegated by tho
Btatcs or tho people, and what necoaalty
oxlated thnt required tho farmers and me
chanics of Ballard In convention nsaom-
blod lo roltorato tbis old doctrino wo can
Tho second resolution goes back on tho
mochanlcs, and declare that "wo tho til-
lors of tho soil, tho mon upon whom tho
' world rollos for aubatanco, do now comu
'boldly to tho front nnd demand that tho
'gloss injustico Infilctod upon us by tho
'politicians, anlnry grabbers, monopolists
' and ring master of the land, must nnd
' shall como to nn end." Too gonornl,
good fnrmors, by half. What injustico
havo tho politicians done you? Hnvo thoy
put on too much tnrilf or not enough I
Hnvo thoy inflated tho currency too much
or has tho process of contraction been car
ried too fur? Hnvo they boon wise or
foolish in shaping tho southern policy oi
tho government? Why don't you point
out tho injustice the end of which you de
mand ? Who are tho monopolists nnd tho
ring musters? Why nro the pnrticular
monopolies which have infilctod injury
upon you not mentioned, nnd tho manner
In which thoy might be conlrolod apoclfiod?
Thu convention, wo fear, waa manipulated
by politicians who desired and got a de
claration of principles that means any
thing nnd evervthlnc.
Tho third resolution Is more pocullnr
than either of the others. In It, both tho
farmors and merchants take n hand, and
doclaro as follows; "If wo are faithful to
'oursolvea and to each other, we shall con
'stltuto n powor In tho laud, tho powor
which, whon exorcised through tho bal
lot box, will accomplish any roform
' whloh wo as good citizens may renaon
' nbly demand, and while wo bog to any
that we as n body proscribe no class of
man, yet, nevertheless, we say to nil that
'"our nnmo is legion," and we "moan busi
ness," and in tho trnnanction of our buai-
'ness wo must be consulted."
That tho farmers and mechanics of tho
land, If unitod, would conatltuto an irre
slstlblo powor we have no doubt, but thnt
thoy "mean business" wo ero not euro.
What can they accomplish by rosolving
thus: "That wo nro opposod to all wrong;
that if unitod wo aro irresistible j thnt wo
mean business I " This Is tho substnuco of
tho illnndvllle convention's resolutions.
The farmors nnd mechanics, If thoy expect
to accomplish nny good result, must spec
ify tho wrongs to bo remodiod and auggost
the romedy. Genornlitloa, glittering na
well ns common place, are not sufficient
unto tho demands of tho hour. The farm
ers nnd mechanics of Ballard nro evi
dently sound on tho great questions now
boing brought tieforo (ho country, but
their convention at Blandvillo was not n
success In furnishing nny Information to
tho publio (n reforence to the wrongs thoy
wish to abolish or tbo manner in which
they propose. to proceed to accomplish
their contomplatod reformatory work.
They should try again.
II. A.Thom-t I.. I), Thorns
THOMS & HKOTJIEU,
Surcrsokin to II. M, Union,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND UBALXUH IN
Ntaple nnd Fnury lirorerle a,
Foreign and Domcstlo
iai Commercial Avenue,
OAIBO. - . ILLINOIS.
(Successor to II. Thielecke.)
Healer In All Ktstd
IIKTWEKH Tf NTH AND XI.INXVTU BTEKATB
IlavlngPurchAsed the rrocery establish
mentot II. Thtelecke, t shall always' keen
on hand a full And' fresh supply of all the
best good in tor' line; to bo round In the
market. By strict attention to business,
and fair daallBsr. I hone not only to retain
All the custesjt eke pJaoO ha , enjoyed In tho
past, Uul to AId w th list Many now pa-
woue. AWiaga law stsare 01 uuiue
ua. AsklM a fair (here
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CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIKO
; A. B. 8AKTOUD, President;
. A if OAr r wiaaur ivrmcuki
a. 8. TAYLOlt. Vice-President;
II. HYHLOP, (Secretary end Tie
I'. M. HiiCl.il,
r. 11. BTOCKUirn,
R. Hi OoaNinoMta.
m, 1; ntuisti,
j, h. i-aiiurs.
Deposit at any AaaosssU IKweivsxl Iran
itss utiaia up warn a. 1
MTfeRKST paid on deposits at the rale ot six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Hentem-
' lit. InUraatnnt willnlrtan la iAA.l ini...
dlatelr to the principal of the deposit, therebv
RtvlDR them compound Interest.
IIARhl BD WOMCK AND CIIILDKIM HAY
ao vatv ho oki iu ck eaiw tr.
Upeo every buslnes dr from a.m. to 8 tra
and Hliirdr erT.og (or HAVINO DKPlfen
onl,, from S to s o elooK.
anOtl W. IlTHI.Ol'.Trensurar.
THE CITY NATIONAL
u a a 11 .
W. P. 1UU.IDAT. President 1
IIKNKT I.. HALM DAT, Vioe.Presldeni
A. H.UAKKOH1), OMhler)
WAl.TEIl IITHLOP, AnUUa Ooihlcr-
ilasmv L. IUllidat. w. P. Iliiunit.
(lao. 11. WiLtUHtoii, Htirasii lliau
a. n. nArroap,
Rmthruaar, nnd OnltfMf BMtws
Hottde BottsrbS nsad Hold.
ntPOHITH received, and a general tanklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Mai.KU, President.
J. M. PiiiLMPH, Vice-Prosldent.
Ciias. CUN.MNciirAtt, Cashier.
OOI.IiKCTIONS PBOMPTLY 5IADK.
EXOIIAMOK, coin, bank notes and Unit,
mates ancurltiea bouaht and sold.
Inlrrl Allowrd on Unix Depoalta.
W IUTK COIiLAlll'LANlNG MILL
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, aaiNOLKS, OKDAK POSTS
DOOItS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notloe.
Commercial avonuo, between Tenth and
B. P. B 11 Y ANT,
Noar Twer.ty-aixth Stroet,
Onto Lkykk, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber,- Oak, Poplar, Cy
press Walnut, etc,, delivered U any part
va tuv VIJ IILD ut tilHIt!
USTPntronago solicited, and satisfaction
(ruuruntecil. n-Vt tf.
FOB BALK, j rotmtf jfOH 8AL
ITOB SALB.j fo'jsalSlKOK BALK
Fare from LtYBRroot,
Faro from London dabrt
Faro from Glaboow,
Faro from Qubbnbtown
TO CAIHO, i : 1 : : 1 t " 4 8-30
"tfford, Mortis A Candea A(cnts,
Liverpool New-York ahd Philadelphia'
en 01 a coKTSitrr wit ciitid avavss iB ssnm
, eoTaeaiians - r :
Tot Cwj)nn h Mails
FOK PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcsTiaa laroaaaitoa
M'PLY TO JOHN O. OALK, AoT
IS Ilroadsray, New-Tork, erto
Waehlntton Aveoas Oairo. Iltiooit.
1 : rfTT
CAIRO CITY COAL
;, 11,1". ; jtti
la prepsrtd to supmr easMmer with th
PITTSBURG AND ILUNOIP
OKDERR I.V.t'HalirrlaT .Sit oeloa. h
S.'.vab. or At the Coal Yar4 below tbe
VOUWARDINO and COMMISSION
MM HI) II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FJ OUR ;
And Aceata of
OHIO AtVHR AMI) KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levrb,
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
O R W A R U 1 N
A N D
KLOUit AND COUNTKY PRODUCE
MILLEU & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS rox FAIBBANK'fl SCALES
Ohio Levoe, CAIHO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
Limb, Ci.mknt, Plabtkh, Hair. Etc.
Ko ' .',iio,
Orl will sell In car load loti at nunutac
Hirers' prices, adding freight, 4-2-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(RuoortMors to E. It, Hendrlecs A Oo.)
Forwarding and Commission
Llbsral Advancemeuta made
preparnd to metre, store aad forward
ft eights to all points and bur and
sell on oommlestoB,
pnnlna attended to pTnmn'lv:
l'E T K H C U 11 L
No.,M OHIO LKVER,
8. I).. AYKIld.
K. .1. Avar
'f' AYKRS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 79 tOmo Lktbc, Cairo, Iim.
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WOOD U ITTENHOU8l & BRO
Gjoenl Co mmUiloa ;MeWBB'1'
Our Honi Advertisers;
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JOHN UATKN, Proprlaaua.
lo Oommerotal Aveaue, OAIRO, ILLINOIc
Best brand of Oallfo. aaOlffaralu reoelsJ,
HIIiMAHO saloon rurnlahed with thn t.a
of tableH : and bar supplied with wines, Untiors
and cigars of tbenest hramls.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Propriotor,
Ohio I.cvoo, bet, 4th and Cth streets,
MKAI.S AT ALL IIOUJIS.
A lino new Dlninir Hall with everv rnn.
vcnlcnco has been added to this popular
lti-Htnurant, nnd the guests will tint every
rcrmiNllc lor thelrnccomodatlon.
TIIK Illl.L OK FAItK
conslsti ot every substantial and delicacy ol
is supplied with tho
CHOICEST L1QU0RS.W1NES & CIGARS
IdfTMIxed drinks prepared with care.
ST. NICHOLAS j
HARRY WALKER Prop r.
WIH KB AHD A.IOOaS.
R. SMYTH- & CO.,
Cl A I BO, III I O.I B.
Also, keep eonstaitlr on hand a most earn
Pleto stook of
6OOT0K AVD IRISH WniBXIM
-O I NB,-
Fort, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba "Win
It. Pmlth k Co. are also uroiiU lor Spcn.
ccr. McKay t'o.'s PlttstuirR iile.ofwhlcli
lame stock Is kept conatantly on hand at
EAI4 EMTATB AQBNOt.
John Q. Ilarman. Chas. Thnipp
JOHN Q. BARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE . AGENTS
North Cor. ol6tU.BI.suta Ohio ITre
Role authorized agent for the salo of I. (1.
railroad lands In Alexander and Pnlnikl
counties, of which there remains a largo
quantity unsoiu, emoracing tome of tho
Very dwih iuu uuuuirj.
AhstractA Of Title. ConvevanMnv
specialty.. Real Estate bought and sold.
laTTaxes PaM, etc.
C. WINSTON & CO.;
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
. tt (hcomd floor) ohio litis,
But and Sill Rial Estati.
PAY TAXES, -
fURNIBH ABSTKAOTS OF TITL1
ABA prefare Oearrnaaees ef stilts:
Our Homo Advertiierg.
And buy your
BOOTS AOTD S H O B S
' ' . .' ' or "
Cor.Tetilli etreetand CoramercUl At.
1 am novf prepared, to manuracture at
spring styles, iucb as patent leather, morroco.
buck and caJI-eklu boot. Hhoes, with box
toes, cork and pump soles, Scotch bottoms,
nnd bevel edge or any other style you whh.
I am also tnataufacttlrlnjr nn extra quality
of ladles' shoes. My material and work
manship are warranted to bo of the best. I
am determined to not be undersold lor the
same quality of (roods.
Repairing done noatly and on short
notice h. Jonah.
NEW ROOT AND SHOE STORE
At tlmNla-n ssrilte URO BO0T.
Cormkk or Sbvisnth Strkrt AHn "Wash-
OA I ItO, ILLINOIS.
Where I invite all the citizens of Cairn
and Kiii-roundlng country to call and see II
thoy cannot savo money, ns I will sell very
low. I hitve adopted tho old motto, "Tho
limine renny n iiciier man tno blow six.
8. S. MATSON
Cor Klevssstss stsasl Pflar Ale..
Inform thn nubile that be hura.-Mil tba
services of a First-class Wagon mikerand
also a Flrst-claiw Horse shoer end Is ready
ui iiiaiiuinviiiiu nuu upair mi Bluua oi vora
in this trade with npalr and dispatch.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
ilRTWBBtt WAAH'H ATIHDI AID WALK D I
l)r. B. r. Fields Inforas toe publio that he ba
opened a -
on the northwest aide of Tenth street as nam
nit Bubles will be famished with Bene bnt the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated it al
hour of the day and nlgbt with safe teami
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deaunz
and strict attention to bus)
NEW YORK BTOitii,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOMT TAXIBTX IT0CK IK TBI OUT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
raar sr MlaietMtath atroetasttl Ooaw
. sssoretal Atswsja
C. O. PAT1KR
WAQtN MAN UFAOTOR ?
For Salo at -Wholesale or Retail.
COHHIR 32D-BTBMT AMD OHIO LIVB
BEMIS, BROWN & CO.,
Agents Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
l-3-2m. -. ' t i .
WARD k ROBERTS,
Da ai.krk ix Window Siiad,
Wall Paper, Pori Wuiti
Liad, Linbiid Oil
Spirits Tubpantini, Glue
SnuxAc, Alcohol, Etc.,-Etc,.
Washington avenue nnd Eloventh street.
Cairo, . . Illikoi
iS C. Hanny wishos.the
public to bo informed that ho
lias on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in .tho "Sputhwosl,
and that ho' is 'dotermined to
sell ovory.articlq at prices
lower than tho Towest. Cal
on hira to-day and examine .
ui stie assure at aa ssw
1U 01 L1T1B.