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THE QAfliOjWfY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 7N1878
tasjai W IIHssat.
JJ4UTH.OMWLT, B4Hor and PHhUibsr
f i OB M IJAlLY ItuLLKTIN :
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DOLLAR WEEKLY BtJIXlTIN
tL Obsrty nas reduced U enbeerlp-
JMB HlH Of B WBMLT.'CAtBO BtTLLBTIK
t Om IMUr per mnm, asanas; w
sMspeet psoir puntHtii In Southern Illlnol
UK snmttsr is wesjr psta.
?f BSBSBBt WI'Mtf IIMIMtMIMUMH."'
.StbaWBBBBII aro to dear In Qalncy,
that ths cltlxsn make up clubs to
chase one, and then divide.
Tat pror who whipped the Froneh
a fw year jro I"- ,l m' fo,,ow tbo
ssapsror he whipped Into tho olhor world.
Ttnt National Typographical Union li
now In issslon In Montreal. It U the larjs.
ast arsr held, tbero twine prcsonl one bun
dred and fifty dtlegatet.
JniiH HirrLC HirciixLr, tlio now
ssnator from Oregon, was, It eeemi, given
to women if not to wine, in hi young
Ujr. n his two wives living.
Tub president Iim Informed the cablne
that he will bo in "Washington probably
.srvsry two weeki to attend to publlo tusl
aes. And he got fifty thouiend dollnn
year. Well, who caret ? Uncle Ham l
but tho colonel thought probably that a
meat for vote) w,a vary tcarco with lilai
he wai obliged taibava It, and therefor
labored to efeur'e It. Bui, hofors we be
Hey tbeetsrr, we mutt havo tho colonel's
own word (or it.
W1LLIAN Ruhns, tho founder nt the
city of LaSalle in this itato, died at .St.
Joeeph'e hcspltal in Chicago, on the 41h
J nit., at the ago of 113 yean. Ho wa a
aatlve of Ireland, and up to tho time of
hi death retained all hit faculttei, heard
wall, spoka woll and had a memory unim
paired by .time.
Mm. Walwokth, tho wife ot tho man
wboe life wa taken by bit ion in Now
York on Tuesday lait, I a natlvo of Illl
nol. Bhe I tho daughter of Gen.llardln
ot thlitaU,who formerly lived In Jackion
vllle, where he waa ongaged In tho prac
tice of the law. Howeaoneottbe bravei t ot
the) United Statea lolilieri in tho Mexican
war, and (ought with dlitlngulthed valor
In the battle. of Buena Vista In which en
gagement heloit hit 15 f 0.
On the third Monday of this month,
tiusaa D. Anthony I to bo tried in Onta
rlaoouaty, Mew York:, on tho charge ot Il
legal Toting at the 1m t presidential elec
tion. The woman ufragltnro In a fever
of excitement; they claim tho trial will
deolde whether woman aro citizen of the
United Slate; U they are, they can voto;
U tney are not, they can't. The tyinpix
thiaereof Mil Anthony are taking ml-
MrlpUon for bar, a ebe I not rich enoug
to jaeet the legal oxpemea of the trial.
Col. Cribs ha been defeated In the
SaawBSStown circuit for Judgo. Wo aro
aot lurprlied. lie made a groat mistake
wben be announced himself a a candi
date for that office lutijoct lo tho docition
of the Democratic! psrty. At thlt lato
day in the hour of the decline If not to
tal dettruction o( the Democratic parly,
it will not do to attorn pt to rido Into a Ju
dicial placo on the wave of It favor. The
Colonel ahould have been wltor ; but then
the weak place in Oreb' character It par-
tUaaiaip, Ha it an unreasonable Demo
oral of the BouoWnio ump. It I a dial
cult to move him fdtward. lie linger a
long a he potilbly can nmong the dead
issue, and tbsn goo ahead with a surly
tep and muttered malediction.
Thb youth, Frank Walworth, who mur
dered his father in New York a few daya
sines, ahould be atrung up by the neck.
That i our judgment ; but If wo were on
a jury ws would not bang him. The
sympathy manufacturer hnvo Raptured
as already, and wo pity moro than blamo
'.'the rash boy who oommlltod the helnou
of eas of robbing bUown father of life.
- Be will awt aaag. A boy, intelligent and
good looklnggnllty of nothing but the
ffeasa.of killing tho "old man" bocause
thai gentlemen refuted to live with the
"old women,'.' will haVetho tympathyof
all women. ThU fact coupled with tho
MARK TWAIN UOK3 TO LAW.
Mark Twain ha been ''sold" and tho
fellow who did tho butlnet ha fallen un
der tbo bano of Twain' diipleamre.
Twenty-flvo thotuand dollar In money I
what he rato the damage dono him by tho
man who ovor-reached him. The man'a
namo it Such, and tho way ho eamo it over
Twain wa tl.ut : Mr. Buch calloil on Mr.
Samuel K. Clomcn (Mark Twain) one
ovenlng, a month or to ago, and rcquvitcd
that gontloman to wrlto n tUctch
for nn ndvorlltlng jiamphlot
ho wax about US piibllth. Mr. Clomcn
declined to undertake tho labor hut guvo
Mr. Such a volume ol bin rkotchci, pub
llthed in London and not very woll known
In this country, with pormtulou to uio ono
of them. Inafewwook afterward, Mr
Cemens oa a railroad Jonrney, find thii
pamphjot centalnlgr" of hitsketebca and
ono credited to him which he did not write,
offorcd for talo by the new mm, and on
tho title pago And the tentenco: roviicd
and selected for thii work by Mark Twain.
Naturally, Mark foH Indignant and n hit
tketchee aro copyrighted in hit own
name ho , ba appealed to
the law to mak'n ftood tbo injury, hb con
alder Mr. Such ba dono hit pocket by
roaplns? tho fruit of tho unauthorized
publication of lilt ikotchot, and that dono
hi literary reputation by ranking hint
the author of a ikoich ho never wrote.
Twonty-tlvo Ihouiend dollnr It tho
amount. May heigot It.
We congratulato .ludge Crawford on
hit re-olootlon to tho bench in tho Union
county circuit, Tliero Is no gentleman in
the elate, wbo Was a candidate tor Judgo at
the lato oloctton, who had a raoro power
ful combination to overcomo than Judgo
Crawford. Tho lawyer a a claw wero
oppoied to hit re-election, and combattcd
him at ovory atop betook toward the
tho bench. They denounced him n In-
complenl to propoily flll tho judicial olllcc,
and donoiulnatod him a domngoguo who
talked over their head form tho bench at
tho poople. Thoy didn't like nnybody who
Oppotod to him wai Judgo Duff, pritltod
by tho bar and rotpected by tho publlo.
Tho lawyrri tay ho it tho most competent
udgo in Southern Illinois, and ono of tho
ablett In the ttato. Hut Judgo, Crawford
dofoated him and defeated tho lawyort
and, what it mora, tuacocded although
ho wai (iipported, by Mr. Ilouton of Union
county, a gentleman whom lie contenta to
uio InbU ownlntorett and Ihoroforo pal
on the back with it complimentary
hand. Hie victory I brilliant Mtonith-
ing. It proro him to bo one of the boit
popular eloctlonoorers in tho ttato
and vlndlcato our Judgment when wo
advttnd the Democratic party manager to
nominate him for congre last fall, lie
would have beon olcctoii.
Till man, Crawford, I a rcmarkablo
man. Ha It itriotly olf-mado. All tiiat
he ha in worldly good or intellectual
wealth he earned for blmiolf by bard and
conttant labor. Popular with the pcoplo,
he I unpopular with tho politicians, prob
ably became they fear him. Jfo ihlnoi
among tho people, In.an oaty, graceful
way, he citpturo and mo thorn.
and he thank nobody but hlmietf. lie
accopl aupport for an ofllco at a matter
ot couno, and itnpreuo all hit frlond
with tho unreaionablones of bellovlnc
that ho ihould over bo oponly for anybody
but blmiolf or openly oppoied to nnybody
but tho ponon who wlihei tho ofllco be
know ho ought to havo. No man In the
ttato play hit card (metaphorically
poaklng) with moro tklll than Judge
Crawford. ThU It-a ract we aicartaineu
long ago. Wo told tho Domoorattc lead
er that wo uacl inaue uio uncover v.
Thoy laugbod at us; but now thoy mourn,
fully acknowledge that wo know our man
We ympathiio with thorn, and congratu
ahWd to, pay our dobtV without money,
eft ha ha alto railed Jo instruct ui In ths
mvttery tt makttir Imnrovoment vmnoui
expendlag1 ihotwy not'lo bo procurod. Ho
has slto failed toolv6 tho prowcm m
propoie to induce mon to work for tho
city without pay, and tupporl tnemioivc.
and famllle out of the wage they rccelvo
for their labor. Hut might we not, after
Hiking him lorun Iho city with an onipty
treaiury to run It without juiuh on tuo
blch rtrenure prlnclnlo bo alto Juitlflcd
in demandlog that be ihould extract aitn
beam from cucumber or bo d- -d ?
Tho "Sun bofore It roll up It aleovo
and proceeds lo damolliu Mayor Wood,
ihould take theio matton Into prnyenui
THK LATKST NKW YOUIv TIIAG
KDV. "itomoitlo trouble" wai tho cauio of tho
rocent murder In Now York city: a trag
edy In which a boy nineteen years of ago
hot hli father, burying four bulloti In hi
ponon. Tho telegraph glvo tho detail
of the unhappy affair with brief diitlnrt
nen. Frank H. Walworth went to Now
York on Monday last, nnd look up lilt
quartorn nt tho Hturlovant homo, from
there ho wroto a nolo to hli fnthor, aepa.
ralod from hi mothor nnd hlmiolf by fiiin
llydlfllcultlei, aiklng ao Interview. On
Tueiday morning about tlx o'clock the
older Walworth wont lo tho Sturtovant
liouio and wn (hown to tho room of hi
on. Tholr Interview tailed about a quar
ter of on hour, and wu brought to n cloie
bv tho ion ihootlnir tbo falhor (lend. 1 ho
narricido, icnrcely moro than a boy In
yearn, oxhlbltod remarkable ooolnoii. In
stead of ondoavorlng to escape, ho wont to
telegraph olllco nnd sent a dlipalcli toll-
lug what ho had dono, to an undo in Chi
cago and llion wont to tno ncarou po
Ilea station and gavo himself up.
Through it all he showod signs noithor of
orrow nor trepidation, and tntd hu regrot-
ted the fact only becauio of tho distress It
would occmlun hi mother and family.
Tho tragedy, though torrlblc, Is not an
uncommon ono, it Is tho nil tloryol n
family quarrel, coldnoit and estrangement,
onding in bloodshed. Wlillo all
tho frnlltios of human uaturo en
dure, no panacea can bo offered as n pre
vontlvo or n euro for family brnlU
"Wlicthor thoy aro to and In the murder of
ono or more, on ulthor aide, however, it a
qucitlon which the law hm u fair right .o
consldor and decide They havo so tcrmln
ated and contimio totormltmto In too many
cases, and tlio cool deliberalciiosi of young
Walworth In tbo murdor of bit father and
hi tubsequont nctlons, provo that he had
baroly committed tho deed when ho began
to count on tho clemency of tlio law. Ho
ylolded himself to tho ofllcors of Juitice
with tho air of a man who had coinmittod
a morltorloui doud, and who folt that In
that coursn lay grcator pononnl safety
than In an uttempt to eicapo them.
Tho wholo affair is a it rlklng common ta
ry on the looiencs of public opinion and a
marked evidence that a reform must tako
placo. Murder grow moro common ev
cry day. Tho caso of young Walworth I
one of many nnd hat only a few dlitln
guiihing foaturcrf. If theso shall ontili
lit porpetrator to lonlenoy, It will not locg
be an iiolatod caso. There It bill ono way,
not to provent tho rocurronco of llko af
fairs, but to mako them far lots frequont;
it Is that tho arm of tho law shall Indood
bottom and visit Hi punishment on tho
head of tho offender. The contrary course
It the vlr'unl acknowledgement that ono
portion of society mint content to bo
preyed upon by an other which is as full of
tho fault of humanity a lUolf, and can
only claim inferiority in excess of bra
own Ufa and Iho lives of In fcllow-cltl-
Why don't ' tbo mayor double, . trlpls
and quadruple tho force of Workman oii
tbo ttroet? ThU it tbo iceohd quditlon of
Wo don't bollovo tho mayor list any
right to add ono man to the city's work
men Without oipross authority from ths
council, nnd wo don't bollovo luch authori
ty has been glvon Mayor Wood by any
ordlnanco of thlt city. But if lie had au
thority, ho cannot gel tbo workmen. The
council has authorized tho ttreot commit
tee to omntov six additional handi. Tbo
oornmiltco cannot get one, nnd It In dan
ocr ofloslne nil It has. Laborers will not
work for tho city and laku city order In
payment of their labor, whon ordors aro
quoted at "0 ctnt on tho dollar and not
alablo at any price.
Whv don't the mayor appoint a mini
ber of pliyslclani as an extraordinary
board ol hoallh, and authorize them to
proscrlbo the ncccisnry unitary rogula
latlons? Thlt It tho third queition ol tho
Tho nioyor hat no authority to appoint
ucb a health board, and the regulations
prescribed by a number or all of our phy
tlciani would havo no moro binding force
than a 'Sun' editorial, oven though ths
rule ihould be called by a thousand timet
tlronger namo than "tanltary regula.
Why docs not the mayor forbid the talo
of llnkln!- voirelablei In Cairo? This Is
neither of tho questions of tho 'Sun.'
Tho ordinances olroady forbid tho sale
f inch vegetable. Nono such, so far as
tho mayor and policemen know, are sold
Cairo. If tho 'Hun' editor is bettor
posted than tho mayor and polico forco
why don't ho roport to the mayor and
policemen tbo nnino of tho vegetable
dealer who Is guilty of the offense? If he
will do so, wo assnrohlm that in Ave min
utes nftor ho makes tho roport, the vegeta-
till doalor will ba brought before tho police
court, and shortly uftor he shall be lined
for thu offense, If tho testimony of the in
former is worth nnything in tho estima
tion of llross or ilird.
Wlillo wo have bcoil constrained lo say
this much in dofonso of tho mayor, wu
must also say that he and his polico force
should not bo any leas nctlvo than thoy
aro, and a little spirit of gnator energy
than thoy havo exhibited would not prob
ably tako any of tho tlosh off their bones.
Wo may further add, that the council
hould tako action in roforenco to tho sani
tary condition of tho city.
And wo may also , remark that
tho cltlzons should not watt until the
mayor or hoallh olllcor call upon them and
ordors them to bo cleanly. It Is tholr duty
to be so, and if tboy would altmd to this
duty tho duties of ths officer of tho city
would bo made vary light In so far at the
tanltary condition of the city is concerned,
Wo cannot any of us be too careful at
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Our Homo Adverti8rf .
And buy your
Or. TssstSs olrMtaawi I'sxamsrelal Av.
I an now .prepared to manufacture al
spring styles, such a patent leather, morroco.
buck and call-tain boots, Shoes, wllh box
toes, cork and pump loirs, Scotch bottoms,
aud bevel edge or anr other style you wish.
I asa alto manufacturinir an extra quality
or ladles' aboca. My material and work
manship aro warranted to he of the beat. 1
am determined to not be, undersold for the
same quality ol goods.
Ilepalrlng done neatly and on abort
notice It. JOKBS.
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JOHfl 8ATM, rrastrlsit,..
ICS Oomtatreial Avtant, CAIRO, IM.INUIe
Bttl brand of OalUtw laOlaaralu rtttlsvJ,
OILI.IAK1) Mloon ftlmlahad with the best
of Utiles : and bar supplied with wines, liquor
aim cigar oi vrcrneti uranu.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohm l.cvee, bet, 4th and Cth streets,
FLOUK AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
A 11 El WE THE MAYOR'S ORGAN
Wo aro not Mayor Wood' keeper. Wo
are not his apologist.. We owo him noth
ing not even good will. In fact, it has
been our delight to indulge in noiiung up
bis shortcomings to tbo condemnation of
our peoplo. But, though wojbavo reason
it . i u it. i b to treat him at wo endeavor to treat every
people who would be tarnished by a hang
iag la ths family, aisuret Frank' acquit
body fairly. We know that certain citl-
r.ent who do not llko Wood aro just now
abusing him a an officer, calling him a
dlitlngulthed failure and declaring that ho
it a very (mail potato In a very email bill
We know, too, that a contradiction of
thete asiertlons angers many of our friends
aud make them curse llko soldiers. And,
truth to tell, we believe Mayor Wood
might, in tomo things, be improved upon
Who could not bo? Rut, to get upon the
lavel and down to tquaro talk, we doilro
tt is Quito an axtanilve trad, in It. .If to bear our teitlmony to Mayor Wood
ad it will be sa wa carried without PPrcnt do,lro 10 do " in hu l,owor t0
'By, mtsrvsotloa oa tho part of St
tut city bslsg out of the Una
raoti February 17, 1872, to Novembor
ot tks sasft, year, N,ew Orleans (hipped
fertf cargoes of corn by ttcam and tail
sss Is. Wljh the excoption of ono to
"TstUaad.'Malne, and ono to New York,
las aaf goes were all lent to the British
tttV,,TbJorn,, say the New York
XvsaUg Fest,' "was Uken to New Or-
oy tae liunoii Central railway.
ofUe corn trade with, New Orleani."
Tate oora was all brought by tho Illlnol
vsauai railroad to Cairo, transferred at
K tats pttet aaA shlpasd to New. Orleani.
aaminitier me anairs oi uis ouioo lauuiuiiy
and without political or personal biat. Ho
it diligent very industrious, working by
night a well a by day
Because we regard Mayor Wood' ad
rnlnlttration from this itandpolnt, we aro
And, bsU thlt, probsbly at many more oWlng abuse frjra tnany quarters, and
" " I I.... Laam r.nal IntA HA rtatf Inn ef It la
V. Mshsl;warf,brought by tbo same railroad
iiasa&a sbippsd to Boulhern market! for
Mt. Oaratsl 'BeaUter' tavi Pnl
mWTTi.HHlt,docn !W0i to voto
AKBitsinsaaisAs.juatciaieieotlon in the
4ifthWMrtow" clTcuW-1 lr th, " e
wKiBilaaaJ aa Uksa a lour sue fbrard. a
w !i. an smJrT.'ra7.sr?f,r"reiy Broewsnsa tauHWood. if wa couia aoso.witnoui ao
. ' UJM ' ft... J I . I . .
r . w snsaii ig i isg violence to our ssnto oi juihcc, tuui
s'imWto.TWW 1st nsrion In th city except NolIU
tiBHii as wai Iniassd cf N.uu i
.iia iulmL r--
'. Asaasam at aavs last
havs been forced into the position of his
defender. Indeed, Tits Bulletin ba
been called Wood' organ ; but tho Mayor
know we would a toon attack a defend
him that we would not heillste to dc
nounos any' wrong action of which
mls-ht be nulltv In bis olUclst conduct.
fact, w prfsr anaufllng anybody to de
fending anybody, and we would rattier as
Hews an I Bo much by wav of explaaatlou. And
Wwg a al I ow ws with to kaow t wfiiralB Muyor
a groatuibog, Wood, thus fsr In bis admiaiKrauon, nas
k.t Ik.. " I -?.. ' . ... . . . ...... JiT- - '-t. 31.
Tr,w,"Boinos)arnmianaaiiigeBt as w u
r WIS thtttfnr. I .k.. . hi. rfllu W .-ku'u. It 1
).. TBB arouBdls.n. ' uiil .iikIUAil In tha rltv
MmrtiH BI. 1BSB.
CITY NATIONAL BANKp CAIRO
A. II. 8AKKORD. I'rostdent;
H. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
U. 11YHLOP, decroury and Treasurer
P. X. lUaoUT,
P. II. HrocxriaTRi
K, II, OeaniNuata,
1'acl O. tknuu,
11, I. Hattioi,
IN DEFENSE OF THE MAYOR.
Be It known, at tho outsot, that this is
in defense of Mayor Wood, that It ii a re
petition of tho charges in ado upon hit
honor by tho light dragoon of tho 'Dun'
last Thursday ovoding,
After doclaring that tho cholera is In
.Memphis, nnd insinuating that I also in
Cairo, thu 'Sun,' in a burst of indignation,
Why don't his honor, tho mayor, from
whom wo had reason lo oxpect prompt
action In such an omorgency, show Hint
no rogarut tno lives ot the people commit,
tod to his cars more than tholr feelings f
doublo, triple, and quadruple, tf need ho,
tho foroa of workmen on tho streets.
Why don't bo oinply competent
physicians to go through this city, and as
an oxtraordlnary hoallh board, prescribo
necessary sanitary rrgulatlons,nudthon.lot
him soo that these regulations aro ob
sorved. Why is it that stinking veirotn-
blos are allowod to be disposed of? why
ii It that bo does not forbid their salo In
thlt city at all ? lie hat the power to do
all theso thing, and we ask him in the
namo of health to tako hold of this mat
ter a If ho meant business.
Why don't tho mayor show that ho re
gards the lives of tbe people committed to
his caromoro tbsn their feelings? First
quostlon by tho Sun.
Wo nover knew boforo that tho lives of
the pooplo bad been committed to Mayor
Woods euro. In whloh section of the
charter or In which ordinanco Ii thii great
rsponiibility imposed upon tho mayor?.
Is it tbe mayor's duty to visit each citizen
and compel him to keep himself and hit
promises cloan to tee that no citizen eat
anything that may invite ticknen? The
citizen do not elect a mayor to be a health
onlcer. It Is, we do not forgot, hit duty to
act with the board of health and look aftor
tbo tanltary condition of tbo city. In the
performance of duty, tbo health board and
council must prescribe goneral tanltary
rule and publish them. When infringe,
ments of theis rules come under tho. may
or' observation, be ihould ee to it that
tbe parties guilty aro punished: but be
cannot, and tbo policq cannot pre
vent infringements of tho health
rules, do what thoy may. It it a much
tbexluty of the 'Hun' editor to complain
before tbo police maguirato of any citl.
sen he knows to havs infringed tbo ian.
tarv ruls ot ths city, at It I the mayor's
Lir, thsrefore lb aditor know any citizen
who is maintaining a bealtb-dastroylng
nauMaacftj way does A not make com
nlslat and havs th neuiiance abated and
ths citlxsn maintaining it lined? Is be
mors regardful of ta fsllBgof bit neigh
hoi or th to of tbelr booti than of his
Deposits ot stair Ataoeuat BXxl vttd frasss
Tost 5U Upwarda.
LNTKKE8T paid on deposits at th rast ol tia
ptrotnt, ptr annum, Atateh lit and Stpttm
rwr 1st. InUrett not withdrawn It added lmm.
dlaMjr to Iho principal of the dopasllt, thtrtbi
giving them compound Inttrtit.
UAnnlBD WOMBH AMD OHILDBBM MAT
SO TUAT so OM SUI CU DSAW IT.
Opto ererr buslnw da from a.tn. to S n.tn
and Haturd.r tr- .oa lor HA VINO DKPt3ITt
oni, , rrom to o ciocb.
i lo clock
w. HTSLOP, Trtaanrer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roa FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
MK.VL5 AT ALL HOURS.
i tine now Dlnlne Uall with every con
venience hu been added to this popular
Restaurant, and the guests will find every
requisite for their accomodation.
THK HILL OF PARK
consists ot every unbstantial and delicacy ot
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORSiWlNES & CIGARS
BJTMlied drink prepared with care.
NKW ROOT AND SHOE STORE
At ttsaajlgss arihr BKR BSJT,
Conxcn or Sbvrntii Strektanp WAan.
Where I Invite all the cillxens of Cairo
and surrounding country to call and see It
tbey cannot save money, a I will sell very
i nave snopicu ion om mono, i ne
Nimble I'enny n netter than tne Slow blx
pence.'' N, H. MATSON
C'ar.KlovttstBj nnd PnytlarSis.,
Informs the public that be hoscugnreil tue
service of a FlrsUclat, Wagon makeraad
also a FlrsUclass Uorse ahoer and 1 ready
to manufacture and epatr all kinds of woric
In this trade with npalr and dispatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BBTWBBX WASB'll ATBBUa AUD WALMU1
Dr. B, F. ritMt taforstt toe pnbllo that he ha
oa tht aorthwett side of Tenth etrttt at nasi
Hit Sttblti will be furnlthtd with seas but U)i
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the trahUc siav be accommodated at al
hour of the day and night with safe teams
on us lowen terms.
Dr. Fields ask a share of pubUepatroaage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dsalluj
and strict attention to busl
W. P. tULUDAT, President,
.IIKMRT li. HALI.IDAT, Vice-PrtsMtat
A. H.aArKOKD, Cashlerj
WALTER RTHLOP, Assttltn Caihltr
Roust B. OcamiaatD,
W. P. BAttUAT,
flBSBV It. BAIUDAV.
Oao, I). WuLuasoa, Bravata Bias
A, U. B.rVOBB.
BaessasatTa, Oolss aatsl Ussiasel svsataa
' satxiaa Bawh atstl -
liIPOHITB rtotlrtd, aad a Rtaeral baaklBi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. ilt.AV. MlLLKB. President.
J. M. I'iiillu'h. Vlce-l'rotldcnt,
CHAS. CUNNI.NOHAM, Cashier.
OULLEOTIONS FXOUFTLY MADE.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
I.UIB, ClMENT, 1'I.AKTER, HAIR, KtC.
jgrt will sell in car load lot ul m.inulnc
lurcra- prices, aUUlng irclgUt. l-.-ll
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Mucetisors lo K. B. Htndrlosi Co,)
Forwarding and ComnaisBion
Liberal Adranesratiitamadt stcaaaV
upon OoBilfamtat. jajl
Art ertparad to rtetlvt, store sad torward
atlghts to all point and buj aad
ttll on commission,
BTBaslnoss atstadtd to erompUv;
NEW YORK STOiiti,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOBST TABIBTT (TOOK IK TBB OITT
GOODS SOLD VEST CLOSE.
Cusssss af WbtgmtMmt aS Octsa
C. O. FAT1EII
I'E T E U U U 11 L,
No. ao onio i.evkk,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
8. 1). Ayans.
EXOHAMOS, coin, baak nets asd
atates ssoarlHee bouabt as sola.
lasarsat AIUwsl Time avj twits.
Ha now on haad all kiad ol
QORD AND B?OyS WOOD
For salo. ;Larordw .at
Comr Mcta and Ccssaurdb,
Or at comer of TMth and Toplar
AYBR8 & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 OhioLxtbi:, Cnao, III.
WOOD RITTBNHOUPV, k BRO
GjosmI Comssiaiioa . MsMtBt,
j ST. NICHOLAS j
HARRY WALKER Frop r.
WIMBM AS UtXOOM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep etastaaUj oa haad a most ear
lete stock of
OOTOK ASTD IBISH WBIIKIB
-0 1 N H,
Port, Maderia, Sherry aad CatawU Wlns
It, Smith k Co. are also agent lor Spen
cer. McKay & Co.' l'ittiburfr ale, of which
large stork la kept constantly on band at
John Q. llarraan.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
" . .' AUD
ICarUi Oar. Mta BI. a4 ehla Levrs
Bole authorised annt for the sale of I. C.
railroad land In Alexander and Pulatkl
counties, of wblcb there remain a largo
quantity unsold, embracing some of the
very best In tho country.
Abstract of TIUo, Conveyancing atatte a
tpselatty. Reel EsUte bought aad sold.
aarxaxes Taid, etc.
U. WINSTON A CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (sboobd vsvooa) oaio tans,
Bur ah Btu Rial Bitati,
FUXMUB AMTBAOM OW TTTL
For Sals at Wholesale or Xetail.
OOkXlR 3204TBJUT AND OHIO HVt
till r. StAWslti K
REMIS, BROWN & CO.,
Agents Homk Cotton Mills
.SO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111;
WARD & RORERTS,
UiAtr.RH ix Window Suadis,
Wall Parca, Vvnt Wniw
Lkap, Limsbid Oil
AURORA OIL, .
Spirits Tcbtixtihb, Olvb
Subllac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh street,
Ciuo, - . - Illwoi
0. Hannywishes tho
public to bo informed that he
has on iinnd n Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in tho-Southwest,
andthatio is determined to
sell cvory article at prices
lowor than the lowest, Cal
on him to-day and. examine
goods; nd price
jgyouboth u to
n v., -r i iv ' m ' . ' ' r