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THE DOLLAR WKEKLY BULLETIN
John IL Oberly but reduced the tubscrlp
tlon price of the Weeilt Cairo Hclletiw
lo One Dollar per annum, mtklnff It the
elditi Htpujr p i iln I Indoutiiern Illlnol
Brad I g matlrr an rvrr K
Ktaniville lin't tcarcd about the
cholera, but thinks It advlsablo to clean
Sr John's day, tho twonty-fourtb uf
June, will bo largely cclebratol by the
Ex-Gov. QorniAX of Now York, Ii In
Italy. Ho U one of the dead duck of thn
.Democratic party. Ho killed himself In
tome mysterious manner.
A newspaper correspondent hat been
Wiling tbe president' father and found
that old gentleman In feoblo health. U
U nearly olghty yeart of ago and tulTerr
from a paralytio stroke received about n
year and a half ago.
Till San Frauclsco 'Chronicle' classo.
Capt. Jack among the horoei of hilton
nd long. 1 hero will ho found not a few
who will coincide In tho opinion. Jack I
a devil, a subtle and a cunning one, no
doubt, but be is a brave ono, too. The
world will scarcely look on his like again
Tue Farmers' association of Livingston
county, in this state, has declared that
"tbe farmer can hope for no rullef from
'either political party." This is true. Tbo
majority of tho leaders of both tho groat
parties are wedded to the monopoly
ring. The only hope of the triumph ut
popular rights is in tho organization of a
new party. The work Van bo commoncod
in no state witb grcatur erne or with mora
lettering promises of success than in Illi
nois. "Ox our trip to Cairo," say the editor
of tbe EtSngham 'Oomocrat,' " we notlcud
' wheat and oats all along tbe line looking
' very well. In tho southern part wheal
,1 generally headod out. Corn is mostly
planted and a good deal is up nnd look.
'Well. Except in the extreinu southern
partnf the itato thero will be but few
'peaobes. Ai far south as DuQuion we
'noticed tbe peach orchards badly dam
'aged by the extreme cold of last winter.
'Strawberries have also suffaroJ in tbe
'same way, and will yield, we , are told,
'scarcely half a crop."
Cbicago 'Tribune' and 'State Journal
down to tho Padunc ' Railroad Tie ' and
' tbe 'Bugle Blast of Munopoly' have beeu
demanding the h,iltilnn nf th. n).i.,itr
yttom at appliod to tho Judiciary evoi
tiocetbenew of Chief Justice Luwronco'
dereat fell upon their startled oar. The
peopU who applaud tbe defeat of Law
rence bavo in charge this mtter, and are
atUQed witb tbe operation uf tbe system
Tbo lima was wuen moss covered judgur
1 cou'd perpetuate political wrongs, but the
ballot in the bands of tbo people tu bu
thrown at the judge at well at the politi
cian give atauranue that count or legit'
laturetcan not be the bultvarkt of a wrong
obnuxiout to tbe public.
Tnr 'Stato Register' sayt: "We
' have beard but one opinion expressed b
' all clates of men at the defeat of Cbarlex
' B. Lawrence to tbo upiemu Judgshlp
' In tbo Fifth district, and that is of uni
' veral deep, regret.1' II this regrot w
so all-pervading and affected tivory class,
how wat Lawrence defentod? Is tbo tu
jority of the people of the Fifth district ol
no clast? Durexperiencoin sounding pub
He entimant in reference to this judicial
question is this, that tbe opinion expressed
by a majority uf all classes except the law
yer and corporationists It of gratification
that tbe corporationi bavo been defeated
in their first atlompt to defeat tho people.
-rvcgnMir- guines too rnucn over
Judge Lawrence. It sltoild learn to b
wl unto the salvation of the country and
tbe success ol the principles it has pro-
Itsstd to be devoted to.
AGAbSlZ 1AR WIN.
In a recent lecture In San Francisco,
Agasii talks of the dltferonce between
tbe negro nnd the white man in a way
calculated to turtle Darwin and all hi
follower.. Agas ix sayt that Insttad o
the bones and nervous system of thowhito
roan being alike, they are different in v
ory particular, that there ii not a bone i
tha negro't body which is relatively of th
tame tlxe, shape, articulation, or cbctnic
ally of tbe same composition as that of th
white man; that the negro'! bones cant.
far grta'.er amount of calcereou salt
than those of tbe white man; that eve
tbe negro' blood ft chemically of a very
different Quid from that which courses I
the vien ot tho white man. Tho loarncd
prufesser also asserts that climato hat
noihlog whatever, to do witbthodifferenee
otiween to wniie man and the negro
iban it bat belwoon tbu nc;ro and
the sui, or tbe eagle and the owl , that
each is a distinct and ntepartte crotturo,
and that the negro is no moro a negro by
ecldent or misfortune, than tho owl is the
kind of a bird halt by accident or misfor
tune, and tuppletntnti these antl-Darwln,
anti-Denton, anti-evolution, anti-social
quality sutertions by the following old
nd off yttb and by tbe light of "reason"
- prtpoeteroutly ignorant reflection)
How ttupendou, and et how simple, is
'tbe doctrine that tbe Almighty maker o f
'the uaivartt) bat created diOertnt spleclos
'of miO,Jut at lie bat different sj,cU of
tk ltftrtjr 4imals, to fill different pUcet
ai tJloai Ib tbe grand oiacblntry of tit-
MARK TI1IS, RKPU11L10AN FARM-
"ll in," taytUie Hprlngfleld "State Jour
nal,' ''somewhat unfortuoato under tbe cir
cumstance, that Illinois Is already rep
1 resented on the bench of the niprome
'court of thn United Statei. Otherwise,
' Preildont Orant would honor hlmsolf by
' appointing Chlof Justice Lawrence, (who
has lust been defeated for rc-elcctlon,) to
'the position made vacant by tho death of
Chief Justice Cbo.
This advlcoto tho president is givon by
tho central organ of the Republican party
of Illinois. It would havo tho prosldont
robuke the pooplo ol the Fifth district be
cause thoy hid the Impudence to defeat
Judge Lawrence at the poll. Wo wish
President Orant would tnko tho ndvlco
By doing so ho would ruin tho Republican
parlyln thisstato. At tbor.oxt cloction tho
anil-monopolisit would wipn out tho ma
jority of that party and retire into pri
vate life every politician who would dare
to offer any apology for tho president.
Tho 'Journal,' under tbe Influence of the
horl-ilfthted leader of tho Republican
pany, who infest tho ttato capltol and
warm In Chicago, Is committing an ogro-
gloui political "blunder, which trill make
II who deilro the downfall of tbu
party to which It clings laugh, and those
who wisbto catherin tho crumb that tall
from it Ublo griove. President Orant is
too sagacioutto takqthe 'Journal'' had ad-
Woe, a fact which we groally regret. Wo
wish ho would.
Col. D.M. Nelson, who hatjust boon ac
quitted of tho murder of Oen. James II
Clanton, In KnoEvllle,Tennosoo, In Sep
tember, 1871, publishes a card in in which
ho defend! hit cond ,ct on'thnt occasion.
fbo two mon had been unacquainted until
within Dfteon minute of tho fatal occur
rence. Tnoy wero uotn in liquor anu im
modiatoly after thoy had beon
Introduced to each other, Clanton
challnnged Nelson to fight, mint:
violent oath at tho tamo time and having
his hand at tho time on hi pistol under
his coat. Nolson wont into a taloon to
procure a pistol ; nonu was to bo had nnd
ha wont Into tho counting room of a 11 rm
near, caught tip a loaded "hot gun, and
raado his way back to where ho had left
Clanton standing. Clanton met him witb
the words, " 1 am ready." At Nelson ad
vanced toward him ono barrol of tho gun
was discharged accidentally; Clanton
0 rod Ills pistol at tho gun was Jlitchargod
and lowored lion tho second Uro as Nel
son discharged tho contont of the
second barrel, which thattorod
the arm of Ulnnton above tbo olbow, and
entered tho tldoand breast, c&uilng almost
instant death. Nolson closet his card
with tho assurance that ho had no malice
against Rlanlon while living, and has
o torished none tinco hit death, but be
think it will be clear to every ono who
read tho ovidenco that if ho (Ulanton)
bad not fallen, ho (Nelson) would have
bocn killed tbo next instant.
The Memphis 'Appeal' of tho 4th Inst,
Thero aro half a dozen schemes involv
ing trio construction or narrow-gauge
road to converge at tnis place: tbo road
down tho valley ol Wbitu river, from
nhout Jack.onport; tho rond toOxford;
notuer penetrating tbe lnzoovalluy;
nother alone tho eu tern ihoro ol tbe
Mississippi to Helena: another to S.irner-
ville and Bolivar, with a branch to Jack-
in : Hnotber from KaluigM to Uruwtis-
I lie, Purl, and Cairo hach of tin so
chumet tinds itt ardent advocates, nnd
ho question it whether wealth enough
nav tie (fathered to construct these IiIl'Ii-
wayt to indiipuntlhle to tho people. Roads
we must have, and pxrenonco Sbowt Unit
ho meaner they are thn poorer and mure
llitorate and vulgar thn people. In hut
nuntry, tbo rutin of popular intelllgunce
s in direct ratio with facilities for inter-
unmunication. How can these roadt he
built? They nod not cost more than
welve thousand dollars per mile. To do-
vi.e way and means, it is proposed that a
convention, constituted uf thoso inter
ested in these several chomes, bo held in
this city at an early dy If tho people
can contribute land, and money, and labor
enough to grade and cross-tie tho roads,
mortgaget may do tho rest, and an Inter-
si bold bv a citv or county in one rond.
mav be used as a basil ot credit in con
structing another, and stock In these, two
ill build a third. These ar matters that
leiorve dlouiion and the definition of
practical plans and uniform systems All
the.o roads should have ono central rtnnt.
and rch will enrich the rost. When
should the convonlton sit?
Whan this convention is hold Cairo
should have representatives in it. We
cannot affird to allow those movomonttto
eo on without our countenance nnd di
THE IlKtPONSUl LITIKS OF
In 1800, Mark, Warron & Co., of Ev
ansville, forwarded from Evansvlle
to New Orleans, by the Adam. Eipres
Co. The company forwarded it from Cairo
to New Orleans on thu steamer . I.
Uarter, which oxpioriud her boilers nor
Vicxsburg and tank, Mark, Warren &
Co., brought suit against tho cxpresi com
pany for their lo., and on Saturday lmt
in Indianapolis, a judgmunt was rondered
in their favor of $1,670. In 1S08 thu safe
of the lost stoamer was recovered and the
judgment given the plaintiff, wits for the
amount recovored, less thcsnlvagii and ox
Tbo caio is not without interest for tha
gtneral huiluett public, who aro concern
ed In being posted as to thu liabilities o
express companies, A communication to
thu Indianapolis Journal of Tuoiday las
thus refer to tho points involved In tho
suit in question
While tho Adams Kxprer company tt
regarded as common carriers, yet tlnur ro
celtit ns now given, embodying all thu ei
ceptlolil in tho catalogue of dangers of
transportation oi money anu mnrcuunui.o,
restricts or limits tholr liahlllllo as com
mon carriers, nnd simply holds thoin as
rorwnrdors. Tbe authorities ana ruling
of the court further develop an Im
portatit point not undorstood by ship
pen. to-wit: A rocolpl given, with tho
exceptions referred to above, specified In
th receipt, and tbe point to which thu
property is to be transmitted not men.
tloned in tno receipt, as n part of the
contract, makes them forwarder only and
retrtctt their liability to their own lino of
road, and relieves them from all responsi
bility lu the event ot Ion alter leaving
thtlr rotd or route, natwRbitandlng th
THE CAIRO DAILY
address of tho package may mention tho
destination, Unlet tuo charge of trans
portation haVo boon, paid by thn rhlppor
to the ptneo of destination.
The 'State Roglitor' concratulotct tho
eloctort of the Second district cn tho elec
tion of Hon. John Scliolllcld to the tu
promo bonch. Wo arc not auro the eloctort
of that district should be congratulated.
Lato developments have led us Into tho
belief that Mr. ScholCeld hat formed an
opinion on the monopoly question nnd Is
not a competont "Juror." A man who
refuted to tay bo had not mdo tip his
mind that the supremo court should decide
for the monopolist, at Mr. Scholflold io
fused to do, wn Instantly token up by
such papers as the Chicago Tribune- and
'Stat Journal' monopolist organs and
pralicd, tho inferenco being probably that
n man who refused to say he was not com
mitted to thn monopoly cauto was commit
ted to it. Rut when n candldato for the
bench tnid, ns Craig did, that ho had not
Hindu up hit mind that tho decision of tho
courts thould ho as tho corporations
wiihed, tbe 'Tribune' and all the mnnopo
lists In tbo state begun to denounce him
in virulent anger. When Scbolfl-ld wat
asked: "Havo you been a railroad at
torney, and havo you made up your
'mind that a supromo judgo should do
cidotbat thn claims of tho monopolist
'arc lawful ? ' ho replied : "I have been
' a railroad attorney for years, I refuso
'to sty that I havo not made up my mind
'that tho corporations havo tbe law on
their sido in tho conlist thoy aro now
1 waging with tho pooplo." This reply
secured to Mr. Scholtield all tho railroad
Influence; nnd wn are inclined to think
that n decision mora t:tlsfictory to tho
railroads could not havo been got by
electing n railroad president, or Hon. Mil
ten Hay, than that of Mr.ScholQ.dd will bo
when ho is called to past upon thu question
Involved in tho caso of the pooplo vt. tho
corporations. Wo may bo mistaken,. but
wo fear cvont will provo wo aro not.
"(JO WEST, YOUNO MAN,"
Tho advico of Horace Oreoloy to tho
young men of the country to "Oo West"
has served as thu tuhjoct of much good
naturod ridicule, but It v.-us good counsel.
Tho stream of Western emigration has
steadily increased during tho last fow
year;, and now, not only tbo bono aud
tinow of tho country, its honest and am
bitious poverty and its youth ittftl strength
"go West," but the tick and fcoblo, tho
representatives of its wealth, and itt mid
die and old ago go In tho t.imo direction.
It is tho Hold to which nil eyes nro turned,
and on its camping grounds
the peoplo of tho futuro
will fight tho battle of life. Of tho im-m-nso
western torritory of tbo United
Stato, now waiting for the hand of civil
ization and all its arts, to make it blossom
like thu roo, no locality attracts ns much
attention, or moro emigration than tbo
territory of Colorado. It hat u superb
cllmaln, owing to itsulovatlon abovo the
level of tho tea, itt least altitude being
lour tboutond loet, hi highest fourteen
uiousiinu loei; in lit vast area of one
hundrod nnd aix thousand square miles,
"tnoro Is not n pond ol itagnant water,
'miasma it unknown and rmtlaria cannot
como." Naturally ills ono of tho health!
est portion of tbo country. It
supplios of water aro pure
clean and inexhaustible, and itt toll ro
markubly fertile. Grain nnd all kind of
vegetable, yield largo crops of a quality
equal to tboso of many of tho ttatos nnd
territories, and suporior to many.
Tho Colorado mines tiro no doubt among
the richost in tho world. Gold, silver,
copper, load, iron, and coat aro tube found
within her limits in greater or lost quanti
ties. To the emigrnnt.thc Southwestern colony
f Colorado often peculiar Inducamontt.
He may take a homestead claim of a hun
drod and sixty acres, which bv becoming
member of tho colony, he mav
locate insido tho irricatliii; canals
which ulves valuo at onco to tho land.
His land will he shunted wi'hln a fow
miles of a railroad lino, and nil members
of the colony nro entitled to colonization
rate of transportation for hlmsolf nnd
family. Tho colony is situated on tho
South Platto river, is twcnty-Qvo miles
east of tho Greeley colony, and only fifty
miles northeast ot Denver city. For all
information interesting to emigrants or
those rontomplatlng n removal to Colora.
do, wo refer tho reader to Bristol & Still-
well of this city, agents of tho South
THE FURIOUS MONOPOLISTS.
Tho result of tho judicial olcctlon in the
Fifth district has made all the apologi-ts
ot monopoly outrage! absolutely Inrlom.
Their most able nowpaper organ, the Chl
ctgo 'Tribune' , characterizes tho defeat of
Judge Lawronco as the most brutal out
rage over pqrpotrated In tbu state of Illl
nois undor tho nupices of inilvmal suf
frage and donouncet tho peoplo who vo
ted against Judge Lawrence as fools; the
Slate Journal,' whlol. has bocsme Senator
Logan newspaper champion and is the
organ of thu R idical party, culls the
farmer who achieved, this significant vic
tory ovor organized capital a ret of
political bummers, nnd advises tho presi
dent to rebuke them by appointing tho
dofeatod candiduto chief justico of the
l' nltud Statei ; tho 'Sttto Register', which
should bavo hotter sense, sllgmatizos the
defeat of Judgo Lawrence as a blotch as
damning as It it disastrous; and, with this
complnint of tbo press mingles the wail of
tho lawyors, who can seo In tho result of
tbo election in tho Fifth district nothing
Why had not tbu people of the I'lflb
district a right to defeat Judge Lawrence?
Who had clothod him with tbo right to
hold his petition on tha bench as long as
bo and tho lawyer! and railroad mon do
sired ? Wo do net claim thtt Judge Law
renco bad made a wrong or unjust deci
sion In reforenco to railroad corporations.
Ob the contrary ho had, as uv-Uovenor
Palmer has laid, advanced further thin
any other judge bad done before bim rt
dtclaringtbt rights of Ibe'ptoplo. His only
fault as a Judge wat that be cluog with
BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 1873.
grmt torjlty to ''the ancient ways;"
'lit this It not n very r;reat fault In k judge.
It is far better that Judgci thjuld advance-
with n step too slow, than that they should
run forward with a atp too rapid. It It
easier to do Hint which should be
done, than to undo that which ihouM not
bnvo beui dona.
Hut, nevertheless, tho proplo acted
wisoly when they defentod Lawronce. Un
der the circumstances his election would
have boon disastrous to popular right.
Whon tho new of tho succois of Lawrence,
reported tho day after theclcctlcn, reached
Cairo, n hwyor nnd a railroad man, speak
ing without concert, both mid, using neatly
tho tamo lunguago to oxpress themselves .
" Well, wo havo aocurod tho oloction of
' Lawronce. That is glory onougb. In
1 bit olcctlon tho (armors' movement ro-
'colvod its doatb-blow." These men all
tho friends of monopoly had a correct
idea of tho contest botweon Lawrence and
Craig. There was not n man in the ttato of
Illinois who was opposed to what bat been
called tbo anti-monopoly movement, who
did not doslro tho election of Judgo
L'lwronce, and who would not have
claimed hit election at tho defeat of the
anti-monopoly movement. Tho friends
Judgo Lttvrenco gatbired around him-
tolf cast upon htm n shadow. Their support
was an assertion that, lfho should bo elect
ed, he would docido at tbo railroads do
sired him to decide. It was thorelore tho
duty of tho pooplo of tho Fifth district to
defoat him. No man nhould bcallowed to
sit upon thu bench who it oven tuspected
of having come tu tho dotorminalloti to
support tho claims of a groat intorrst
wlili h lias crown Into immense propor
tions and is defying the people and taunt.
Ing them with tho hoatt that the courti
are plodgod to ward oil tho blows of the
people nnd guard it with jealous care.
1itartrHl Marots at,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OA1RO
A. B. S AFFORD. Pretldent;
H. 8. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary and Tieasurer
P. Id. HjactiT,
It. II. CCftNixoa.M,
J, U. Puiuir.
1'iCL o. Bcuch,
H. I'. ILlun.t,
llepoalle ol aiir Asaossast HmelvMlf rom
Ten Casta Upwards.
LNTKKHST paid oo dfpo.lt. at th rale ot .11
per cat. per annum, March Island Bttctn
Iwr Iri, lotere.tnol withdrawn I tdded mime
illatvly to ire principal of the deposit, therb
K'Tlng theui compound Interest
UaRBIKD VrOMBM AKD CHILDM MAT
ninit no os aua ca dbaw ir.
Open CTery bumnt' day rroro a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Haturdaj t- .u lor HA VINO DKPOim
onl( rrom t to t o clock.
auutt v,. uidLOl', lre.aur.1.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. 1. HALLWAY, Pre.ldknt(
tl KNKT L. HALLIDAT, Vloe-Preiidtnt
A. U.rtAProHIJ, CMbleri
WALTJCIt IIYBLOP, 4u;ii Catldtr-
Ut.ATs TAtixn, Ro.iai H. CcNiisnAa,
ll I.. llAlMn.T, W. P. HALllDAt,
rim. U. WiuiAMtoa, Hiinn Hlab
A. H. (Urro.o.
larhatsica, t'oln and Catted nsai
llonda Hooifht and Mold.
I) '.POSITS racelf o4, and
urnine. s done.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
II. V, MtLl.KH, Pr-.idPiit.
.1. M Phillips. V. o-Ire.dent.
ClUis. CL'.nmxguam, Cnshlor.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCIIAMiE, coin, bank noU and Unlt;
dial en Decurttlca Louglit aud aold,
Inlarsxil allnw.d nss 'line nepowlta.
ll. A. 1'lioms L. 1), Thome
THOM3 & HROTIIER,
SUCCl'SOTt to II. AI. 1 1 til 11.
COMMISSION MEKUHAN1S, BROKERS
AM) DKALIII3 IN
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Foreign and Domestic
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iSuccc.tor to II, Thlclecke.)
Ileal, r In All Ulixta
FAMILY G It OCERIES
IIKTWI'EN TENTH AND KI.tNKNTIl tiTKURTH
Hating purchased the grocer;
inontnl II. rlili'li'ckc. I hlmll ahviiv
on IihiuI a full and frexli tupply of all the
but good, ill my lint', to lio found In the
market. 11 v strict intention to hu.lni.,
and l;ilr dealing, I hope not only to retain
nil tliot'll.tom the plaeo hat onjoyod In the
puM, UUt to add to me u.t many iii'w mi
truin. Asking a fair thare of public patron-
Ilespcctfiilly. Herman BcnMBTZHTQiiyp
5 TO $20
Per day Agent wanted! All clatset ot
working people, of either tex, young or old,
hitlie more money at work for u. lu their
sptr ut iiusnt. or all tbe time, thuii at aoy
thing ise, Particular Irec. A idre.
0. dTIKiO.N A CO., Portland MtlOf .2
nummann aud ronwAoiN.
VURWAHDINQ and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI OUR;
And Afxala ot
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70 Ohio Lbvkk,
COFFEY, PACK k CO.,
I'OHITA.HUI X u
A N I)
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUOK
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron FAIRUANK'S HOALKS
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
OSNERAI. COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
I.1MK, OBMKNT, Pl.AfiTF.R, IlAIR, ETC.
Obi t l.fivoM,
I3TI will tell In oar load loH i
turers' prlcei, addlni; trclnht.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
tMuoc.s.or to E. b. Il.ndrieta A Co,)
Forwarding and OommisBioii
aW(S Mli.ral Aiiancmeul. mail 2wf
. upoa CoDsl;nmeat,
Ar prnparad to rMeife, .tor and torwarJ
fr.lglit to all point and bu; acil
sell on commission,
aT'llmln... aiUnd.d to urnmiitlv;
H. D. AYKHH. 1. J. AYKK
ATRRS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto Lkvkk, Cairo, Ili.c.
WOOD RITTENIIOUSK & RRO
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m OHIO LKVKK,
PB T E It U U 11 L,
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Our Homo AdrertisorB.
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Hail Iran J or Callfo Uflgaralu rteahvl.
BILLIARD taloon furnished r,nlli tbo l.csl
oftahlea : and liar supplied with wlnet, liquor,
and clirar of thium-t hraii l-.
(Open D.iy and N'lglit.)
.1. K. PARK'S, Proprietor,
Ohio L?vee, bet, 4th and flth trrpf.
-MKALS AT ALL HOUR.
A fine new Dining Hall with t very con
venience bat been added to this popular
Re-tnurant, and tho (jueats will llud -er)
coDit ol every mbiitautlal and dcliracy ol ,
t- supplied with the t
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES &CICAKS '
S3TMIxed drinU prepared with care.
t.MM.HM(ijl.tW . ..
. 1 " j- "i-ii-.-i.r-i.r- j i
BILLLIARD HALL i
HARRY WALKER Prop r
WIN EH An l I.ICAUUHN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
on I O LEVER
Also, ke.p constantly on hanct a most com
I.l.t. .lock ut
I0OT0H A WD JBIBU WniBKKK
n i h,
Port, Madoria.Shorryand Catawba Wino-
It. Pmlth k Co. nrr nlo .iffcnta lor Spen
cer. McKay o.'. IMtUhtiri; ale, ol whli h
ar .to..l l. kept con.ifcutly on hhiid at
BKAL ESTATE AURNOl.
John Q. Ilnnnan. chat. Thrupp
JOHN Q. nARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Norlli Cor. oiutlt It. find Ohio MVr
, u2ii!u 'il'SJi'f iln,l5SI!l',,ST lli0 Ba' ! c. '
railroad hinds In Alexander arid Pulahkl
qunntily uiKold, rinhraclns 'mno ol tile
couiun'i. i vhiilii uirni rrmi in. n nr..n
tery ucsi in me country,
Attract ol Title ConvevaMns mmlo u
tpcolal y . Real hatato boti-fit aud hold.
Ugj"TJf.o l'uld, etc.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATIO AGENTS
74 (SECOND FLOOb) OHIO LKVIMj '
But and Sxli, Rial Kstate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLi
Aa.t prsptrt Ooaiitvi or Klo4t
Our Homo Advertiser..
And buy your
11 J ON KB,
'or. lntb alreataad t'oiaiaerclal Aw,
1 nm now prepared to manufacture id
tprin itylcn, audi at pitentleathcr, tnnrroco.
buck and call-skin hnoln, Hhort. with box
too, cork ami pump soled, Scotch bottom,
and bevel cdfje or ony other atylo you wish,
1 nm alto tnaiiufuctiirliir an extra quality
of Indies' Miov. My material and work'
manshlp aro win ranted to ho olthebe't. I
am ilctcrmlnod to not be. undersold lor thu
f.itno uualilv ol cnoda.
I Hcpiilriujt done neatly and on short
I notlcu U. JoNiri.
NKW HOOT AND 8HOE STORE
AtlliaNlcu nria BED BOt)T.
Cor.NEitor 8vkntii Stiirct and Wabu
Where I Intltc all Uio rllUent of Cairo
and aurroundliig country to call and tee II
, they cannot avo money, a. I will tell very
1 low. I have adopted the old motto, "The
.iimuir renny ih iietter man the Slow hix
pence." S. . MATSON
for i:ttulli and Poplar U)..
Informs tho public that hn batoui;a;eu the
tervlcraof a Flrat-clt.t Wtrou makertiid
also a First-cltsa florae thoer and It ready
to manufacture and epttrall kind of work'
In this trado with npalr nnd dispatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
flarwiix vr Ain'.v AViricB and walnut
T. ri.U. Inform, tan putllo Ihttt b
LI VERT STABLE
on lbs nolhfiett aM of T.nth tr.t a ft
ill. H'atta. will L furnitti! with Btna Lai Ih
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and Uic public may ho accommodated at a.
hour of tbe day and night with afe team
on ibe loweHt terms.
Dr. Field asks a hre of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by ralr daUn
and strict attention to lui
NEW YORK 8TOrfK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAttOItT VAB1ETT ITOOK IS TBI CUT
GOODS SOLD VEBT OLOSK.
Corner ! ttssft mmm aatl osmsb
O. O. PATIEH
For Snle at "Wltolctalo or Reil.
COKNKB :)2l)-HTRKET AND OHIO LBVI
Ill' t. (IAIILK
HKMIS, RROWN ,t CO.,
AoEsirt Hour. Cotton Mills
NO. 60 Ohio Lcvoo, Cairo, lib.
WARD & ROBERTS,
DCALRBS IX "VVlMDOW SflADM,
Wall Paper, Puke TITnifE
Lead, Linaekd On,
Sl'IBITS TuitrESTIHE, OttIK
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington nvr-nuo nnd Eleventli ttreet,
Cauo, . . . Illikoi
tJCT?3' C. Hanny wishes tho
l public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as oxten
sive as anv in tho Southwest,
and that ho is determined to
soli every articlo at prices
lowm- Hum the lowest. Cal
on him to-day and oxamine
goods, and, prices. He will
satisfy you both as to quality