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t T11K DOLLA.lt WEEKLY BUIAETKf
John II. Obtrly has reduced the mbcrip-
1 tion prise of the Wklt:cairo hullktih
to On Dollar per annum, roanng m
; ensapost taper publlshod In Southern llllnol
Blf -.,iitr an rscry vm.
Tmraducah 'KontucVta that
tbora Ii cholra In that city. "Dir., two
irons," says the 'Kcatuckian,' "1ith
'died bora tUMon with iliaeatoi at nil
' ressmbllng cholsra.
Tin firit victory of tho now part.. Jjm
Ltn won, and now lot all who dssire th
downfall of Radical corruption and tyr
any ralso the war cry of Fit EE TK&DR
AND FARMERS' RIGHTS.
Tni Springficlder have hecn having a
ring around the iirn, and aro oragging
atni thn nhanomenon. Tho capital it
notorious for Iti rings. Thcro aro several
nronnd tho state Louie, and we can't ico
anything wonderful in tha fact that thoro
ahould t at leait one around tho sun in
Thk Cominsrco, (Mo.,) Dispatch, edited
hy Dr. Lynch, layi: "Cholera it talked
'of by some of our exchangei,and i laid
to have teen in Memphli. Thoro lias
len a number of ernes of tho samo kind
'of cholera, matin thii vicinity, but the
' great distinguishing lymptom of cholera
' ii abiant. Scarcely one doctor out of a
1 hundred knowa cholera whan he tees it,
' and imagine! when lie tee a patient
' doubled up with a cramp and tenesmus
of the bowels, that it is cholera. W
1 would bo willing to bet a picayuno that
' there is not a symptom of cholera in the
1 United States. It should be observed
' that tha prevailing epidemic, meningitis,
is able to play upon a harp of a thousand
' strings and sometimes givo us first class
1 imitations of cholera. '
Thi press In many pari! of the country,
have gireu St. Louis the credit of being
tho I ret to decorate tb graves of both
Confederate and Union soldlor on decor
ation day. Tho people of Southern Illi
nois who meet annually at the .Mound
City National cemetry to strow with (low
ers the graves of live thou
sand, sit hundred soldiers, have
never made distinction betwoen
those of the blue and tho gray. Jlot."i have
shared alike the tributes of remembrance
During tb first years of the observance
of the rite, this was dono without special
pre-arrangsmsnt or comment, A year
ago, it was made the subject of congratu
lation by the speakers and roceived the
approval of tb large concourse of people
who took part in the ceremonies. The
Mound City cemetery oontalns the graves
of no insignificant number of confederate
dead, and the (act we have referred to, is
not unworthy of note.
A WOMAN FOR SCHOOL SUVE1UH
That Mosa Uarroll la ono of the most
stntible man in tho world. After
this Assertion It is unnecessary that we
should say that he endorses all the aonsl
ble suggestions of Tub Bullktih, There
fore, nd wo say, he endorses our sugges
tion tn reference to a female superintend
ent of public schools In this county. In
yesterdays issue ot Ills 'Oazotto' Harrell
Wo heartily second Tub RuLLr.HN'
suggestion that wa elect a woman, noxt
fall, to tho ofllcoof county superintendent
of public schools. Wo have a number of
duoatud women in tho county, prac
tlcal school teacbors. who will
accept tha office. Ot this kind, among tho
men, we nave not one. ny an means, let
us elect qualified woman, instoad of a
partially tjualinea man. Among the
names that occur to us that of Miss Alice
Bimon. of Dog Tooth, stands out protni
nantly. Mrs. Wood Rlttonhouso and
Mrs. Captain Hudson are abundantly qual
ified, and as the compensation amounts
to about $1,500 per year the calls
ol their domestic Ufa may
J ot form an insurmountable obstacle
In n vy of their acceptanco ot the po
sition. Hilng out cither of tho ladies
named or any pther equally qualified, and
where is the boyish masculine that will
dare contend wikh-.fo, the office T His
name, his residence ani unseasonable aspi
rations will form intereiog mbjncts for
ABOUT THK MAYOR,
Harrell of tho 'Gazette,' has a coect
appreciation of the labors eipocted of tb.
mayor by the eonilderato poople of this
eity. He says i
When Col. Wood was nominated, we
were apprehensive that he was not of tho
metal ut which first-class mayors are
saade, and new we know it. He has been
in ofllce two months. Js everybody satis
fled with hit appointments? No! Did he
cive office to all who wanted
o flics 7 No I Has he. furnished la.
hor, at good wages, to every
laboring man who voted for him? No'
Ila herklieved his colored friends of all
necessity of working at all9 Ho hain't '
Has he put money in the city's purso to
eovsr all warrsnts drawn thereon V He
basntt Has he established an embargo
Minsi tea approaon oi measles, seven
year tch and whocping cough'' He hasn't!
nai Bsusworea tu expectations of tho
n.uwurum 0j closing an uie hear
loons on 6mday, and subserved the inter
Mil af the Moon-keepers by pormlttine
Met taloonsU remain open on that day'
Notmueh. n.b aitracUl any blood
from tumps or sAollshud the explosive.
Eropwtles ef gunpowder? He hasn't!
las h personally explored all of our sew
' nja-d' ramovad tbeufrom tha dead cats
i JivaMnreX old shoes, putrid liver, blue
mud. a4 ho skini? Not bit of iti
Will vbart b a full cr-p 0f paacbes and it
n vrybody happy T A In i this Icterroe
( ' imj, toe, mart b nWird it, th neea.
k, Ure' proriBs; conclusively tbat ilaror
1fo! (i failure, and, without a mo
It'l hesitation, ought to tendsr bis res
hjmaUen. Will h do so?
Tk. i. rl n mnrn natrtottc icily than
IMBt' I 1
Cairo in the United States.
Mark that emphatic assertion.
Rut we do not Intend that tho proposi
tion shall be stated In languago so tame.
It is too Important. .Il'requlrcs tho lan
euace of catrlotlc oratory :to do It full
Justice, and wo pine for the ability of LUn
Munn to meet tho requirements 01 mo oc
casion. You may lake'.tho wings oftho morn
ing where tho fields f Maine, in which
dwoll pervotted voters whorling tolUdlcnl
i.m as a toner clings to hl flask, and fly
t whrrn llio waves of tho gulf of Moiico
lave tho shores of carpet-bag atlllcted
Louisiana! or you may, (If you can) fly
from tho shores of tho Atlantic, to i nai
has been called the golden shoros of tho
racifip, nnd your oaglo oyo will not fall
upon a city moro dsvoted to tlio princi
Pies of tho declaration of Indopondonce,
Lincoln's Gettysburg oration, Grant's
"lot us havo peace" letter, tho farmors
grange platform, the next war nod nil
ih p.triotlc doctrlnos, than Is the city
of Cairo, the capital or ubypi, tho futuro
croat city of tho Mississippi valioy,
Rut, let us bo candid and acknowledge
at Call., ratriotlo as bo Is, is a fnlluro
as. a colobrator ol W f ourth or juty
Slio has uuvor yet burst out Into tho
glory of a regular Fourth of July cole
Shall she this year? That I the rjjor
tion. Wo vote "ayo.
"Vn would suggest, that this Is tho aus
picious yoar for i grand Fourth oi July
celebration in this city. Wo have now
tlireo railroads tho Illinois Central, Cairo
nnd Vinccnncs, and the Cairo and Kulton
and if our cltizons would at once with
out dolay meottogcthor, appoint commit
tees, securo orators, and advertise it, we
on have in Cairo a succostful eclebrntioti
of tho coming Fourth, and drnw from nil
the country around us an lmninnso con
course of pooplo.
Hut no tlnio is to bo lost.
Who will move In this matter ?
In the first place, wo must havo a pub
lic mooting, which can be called by circu
lating papor cslhng such a mooting, and
oktsinlng tho signatures of cltizons. This
dene, tho othor details will follow.
"Who will tako hold of tbi.iproposed
colobratlon ? Don't all sponk nt ouru.
CRAWFORD AND WALL.
Wo find tho following In Harrell
Judge Crawford's re-election to circuit
judgship reminds Oberly that thu Democ
racy mad a groat mistako in not iioinin
ltlng him (Cr&wfordjfor congress instend
of Wall. Wo don't sea it in that light.
On tho contrary tho rosult of the congres
sional race proved that tho nomination of
Wnll was tho best that could havo been
made. Ho lod bis ticket in ovory coiintyW
in tho district excont two. loudinir Greolov I r
moro than half a thousand votes evon
distancing Jesse Waro (who is acknowl
edged tho strongest man in Union
county) In his own procincl and
county. Notwithstanding iio great out
cry in Cairo against Mr. Wall, tho rosult
snows mat no poneu procisoiy mo sam
voto that Mr. Greoloy did nnd a largor
voto thanMMr. Waro. In tho namo of
common sonse what moro could any man
have done? Wail did well certainly
woil onough to ontitlo him to oxornption
from unfavorahlo and invidious com
parisons. We did not inland to have our remarks
complimentary to Judgo Crawford tor
turod into an invidious reflection upon
We have become, since tho election lust
fall, hotter acquainted with Mr. Wall than
wo wero boforo it, and wo have learned to
regard him as, in every rctpoct, a gentle
man, and one, too, of a high order of
ability. Jto is in no respect tho inferior
of JuJ;!0 Crawford, and is tho suporior ol
that guntlcman in both legal and political
knowledge, lndcod there aro few sontle
men of Mr. Wall's age who poiiu mi&.'i
moro maturod or furnished with wore
naiurai arm acquireu ttuimy. lie x. it,
every ttriso of tho words, an wtm !,;
And against him cannot be urged tho
crime of old fogylsm. Ho walks abreast
with the advanced sentiments of the
times, Ho is in advanco of Judgo Craw
ford, and not bohlnd tho most progrot.-iTii
Democrat in Illinois. Ho nccupts thu sit
uation, and iloos so in good faith. Novnr
tholes?, we are suro that Judgo Crawford
would bttve mads a .bettor raco for con
gress last fall thsn Mr. Wall did.
If tboro i$ nny businois In tho world t.
which Wall is not itdaptod it ts thu busi
ness of eloctloncoring. Ho hutcs it as much
as re do. Captain Clements, tho Radical
nominee, took a grip sack in his good
right hand, and put upon his broad shoul
ders a woll-worn coat and on his Wobster
ian head a alouchod hat, borrowod for tho
occasion from Mr. Llnegar, and thus equip
pod departed on a political bushwhack
lag campaign. Ho had cultivated an in
telloctiinl smile, and with it be greotod oil
tho farmoTS In tho district, nnd, when oc
cation offered, told all his little stories
Ow.r and over again to largo
and enthusiastic crowds of from
five to Uenty-flvu congregated on gloomy
nights in dingy rooms, lighted by not
more than two tallow candles
that burnd as if tbey wero ashamed ot
the mull business thy wero ongagod in
Wall wouldn't do this. AVhonovcr he
faced nch a crowd in such n place tho
starch sit left blm, and ho became as lim
berasa dish rag. On such occasion ho
was th plrturo of despair. Tho con.'B-
quencowas ho did not awaken any en
thusiaim either for himsolf or Mr. (Jreoley.
we out express air. Wall's own senti
moots when wo say that ho labored
through tho canvass discoursgod, nnd in
the full bellof that he would bo defeutcd.
Now, we bolievo that any othor Dem
ocrat In the district, oxcopt Crawford,
would have boen dijIufiW by as grout a
majority as Wall was. We except Craw
ford bccauio wo bellove him to bo ono of
those rare man posessod of tho ability to
win the support of poople and awaken In
his own favor that enthusiasm so nocessary
to a successful canvass for any ofllco. He
could have discounted Clements and havo
beatea hlrn In a week after his nomin
ation ho would havo had Dick Smith in
YoUoften prcdnct and .Ji,n Crjeut of
THE CAIRO DAILY
Stuflibebox precinct, throwing i"P t0,r
hats and shouting for Craw
ford and Orcoloy, and ho
would havo carried Into all the tallow can
dlo lighted school-houses of tho district a
whirlwind of onthusiasm. His spooencs w
tha meetings of from flvo totwonty-flvo
gloomy oloctors would have been full
of olonuonco and would havo mauo mu
1 . a rJ
one of bis hearors swear tnai rawiuru
was a groater orator than Wcbstor, uiay
or Dcmosthones, and almost M great as
....... t ... nr Wm. .1. Allen, lie would
,UI1U ' - -
havo Joked with tho boys, drank with
thoin, cursed with thorn, and nt the same
tlmo have devoured yollow-lcggod chick
nt with Mothodlst votors and lamented
thn dreadful habit of ''
-11,11,,,. fmm trued. 1I WO uld
li.v.. dlscoursod learnouiy wmi
iim l'reilivtorlnns on Infant baptism, with
the Ilsptlsts on Imiiierslon.wilh tbo Catho
lics on tho actual presonco.and so toriti, in
Cairohewouldlmvocarrled his gold-Iieidtd
cano and In tho country a hickory stick
Tl.n ilnvll couldn't boat blm as an olectlon-
oerer. Hi- Is In that business perfection
Itself, while Wall is n falluro.
Not in disparagement of Mr. Wall but
in tho bolicf that Judge Crawford is great
befota tho people, wo still Insist that tho
Democratic v'tv of this district made n
mistake lust fall when It rofusod to noml
nnto Crawford aad nominated Wall.
NEWS OK THK STATU.
Tho .Macoupin 'Knquircr advises tlio
citizens of that village to luimediatoly
"tako stops to build a lurge factory for tbo
nuking of tho corn plow, and other agri
Tho moasloi nnd whooping cougli
havo causod tho death of muny children
(n Southern Illirioii, in tlio last few
I'ulaskl county Is shipping a largo
quantity of strawberries.
Liout. T. (1. Orovo is in command at
tho Mound City naval station, Commo
dore Donaldson having beon rolievod.
Somo portions of Randolph county aro
still allliclcd with tho small pox.
Mr. Smith of St. Louis, and Miss Li?.-
zio Wall of DuQuoln were united in mar-
ringo nt tlio last named place on Thursday
The annual session of tho Central Il
linois Medical socioty will begin on
Thursday In Champuign.
Tho Chostor 'Clarion' says tho wheat
in that loctltty is heading out flnuly, nnd
that tho hurvott will bo oxcollont.
Mr. Col. Drown of Du(joln, has
patented a eolf-coupling for railroud cars.
Tho cornor stoco of Porkoo's River
side hotel was laid in Shawncctown on
llaldwin, tho now town recently laid
off on tho St. Louis and Cairo railroad, is
rosporing considerably. Ono hotel is
about complotuJ; ono agricultural nnd ono
grain warehouse ii now llnished, ono gen
eral store, also tlnlsbod. Thoro aro several
dwelling houses and a church completed.
This plaqo is situatod midway between
Sparta and Red Iiud nlno miles from
oithor town nnd is also ten milos north
of Rvansvilic, and ton milos south of Now
Athens. Since tho railroad bus bben
completed thoro, n little ovor a month, a
depot has boon finishod and tho rocoipts to
tho company from freight nnd passengers
execods $000. Ohestor Clarion.
0 tmrtroil Mnr li 'II, IfiHK.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. B. HAKKORI). President:
.S. S. TAYLOR. Vlce-i'reKiJcnt;
11. IIVSLOI. Secretary and Tie
P. M. IUactT,
u. r, iuuiui,
It. It. OVKKIKOIUII,
J, M. Pjiuliii
llrinIta ot nny Amounl Itr-cl veil from
I-NTEKtST paid on ilf popltd al th rale ot aix
I'rc(nt. nr anuum. Mmph lHtaml HuMrtn-
w?r mi, joivrvif( not wnnarnwn in 00111)1216
illli'ljr to thn principal of th ilKpOblli, thefpliy
UAHIUEU WOUtH AND CIULUKKN MAY
a inT no oss rui ci" rKw it.
Oren Ttrr ijuwin" dT from u ,m. to 3 n.m..
ana nnuruiij y--.uk mr oawii JJI.rosIlt
oiil, from o w o ciook.
THE CITY NATIONAL
OA l u is,
CAP IT A Ii,
i i. i. i ft i) i
W. P. lULLIDAY, I'ri-tMfnti
UKNHT U. HAhLIDAV, Vicr-Presldf al
A. II. HAKKOKD, U.hlor;
WAI.TKR IiYflI.01', Altta 0,ht
Htht Tttiou, lUiksnr 11, Ci'.txiu'Iiuw
HIM.I U. lUlLHUt, W.V. HAll.lUit,
OltO. 1), WllLUMSDIl, fVll'J'IIS.1 VtUD
A. H. Biriocu.
VrhiinP, Coin anil IlnllMl Stsnt"
llonitii lluiiHlii an it Bolil.
I.Vi'oep." rrCC'in-a, and xenersl tsnkln)
u.4r -irmi liunn.
FIRST NATlONiU. RANK
It, V. .M ii.l Kit, I'noiilfnt.
J.il. rilll.i'.Hs VIcu-l'iuMilfiit
ClIAti, CVN.MMIIUM, C.lfc-llltr.
OOLLKOTIOiNS i?HOMl'TIjy MADK
mX0IIAJirJ7. enlm h'4 not M. n.t UnlU'C
J!l Htte securities b ougt.l sow.
Int.r..! Allnni-il " 1 1 sur l)1ii'l
BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1873.
WUililAM .7. Al.IiBN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over Flift National bank.
SAMUKIj 1'. WIlKKIiKK,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over First National hank.
John II. Mulkcy. Will.im C. Mulkcy.
MULKHV Ar SON,
ATTOllSEYS AT LAW
Oilier, rear roouit over Hnntioira book
NO. R!l COMMKtlCIAL AVF.SUK,
lletwctn Soenth and Eighth ktroct.
GitKKN & OILUIUIT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
IVilllAm ll.MrKn, 1 . ... ....
IVilliiun II Ollbort, OAIHO, 1M.IM)IB.
Milfn F.(IIMrl, J
WSpPcin. attention Risen to admiralty n
Oman onto lkvejc, hoomb 7 anuSovhb
OITT NATIONAL HANK.
.IA.MKS II. SMITH,
Real Estati: Aoent.
Will buy ami foil all kinds or real oMatc.
pay taxes runt nouses', maUc collections nml
MONEY TO LOAN.
$20,000 In sums of ?."oo to gi.noo 0n Im
pnncd real ctuto security lu Cairo.
Stores manufacturing otablMitneuts
dwelling' ami furiilturi. HulNnml cargoes
lii-ureil at rea-onublo ratetln llrat-cbiM com
panleM. Ornt r. No. SO Ohio Lever.
5-18 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
II. A. Thorns L. I'. 'I'lioinw
TIIO.MS & B150THKI5,
mici'csosi- to II. .M. Hiilen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. mtOKERS
M) DKAI.KHS IN
.Stnile mid 1'niicy CSrncprli,
Foreign and Doincbtlo
petjits A.asrx) mxrrrs
l!!l Commercial Ascnuo,
CAIRO. - - ILLINOIS.
(Successor to II. Thtelcckc.)
Inl r In All lilmla
FAM I L Y G 11 0 CER I ES
IIETWKK.V TENTH AND EtENENTII STIIKET8
JI:i Iiilt imrrluiscil the grocery rtablMi
ent ol II. Thleleekc. I htiall nlwavs keen
nu hand a full and t'rcMi Mipply ol all the
best noons in my line, to via imiiia in mr
market. Ily htrict attention to business
ml full' dealing, I liopo not only to retain
II the custom thu place has onjeyed in the
i;ift, but tn mill tu till! list in.inv new ia-
roll". A-kiiis a uir tuaru oi puuiic pairon-
Respectfully, Hkkman Sciimetstoiikk
HOME TBADE !
Corner Twelfth Ktreet ami AWhlngton Ave
J. C. 11 U ELS,
(Lute of St. Louis)
lOOIv HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
1ILANK HOOKS of everv ilc-crlntlnn done
with nuatnosi uilU UlspaU'li. All klmli ol
r.iUii(! dono athliort notice Illlilcs -Milile.
M iL'ii.lni'H ami l'erioillc.'iN bouml neat unu
at the lowest pcillile rates.
.ounty work, such an Kecorils Dockcti
Fes Hooks lllanks eto.. mailt a rpcdallty
Uoxoh. l'ockot ltook4, Kno lores' etc
mi lu to onlcr U-'iltl
XTllOK. m. Z
llavliiKPcriiiunentlv located In Calro,ti'tideri,
Ills protcsinnauiu fcervicua to mo iiiuauiiaiii
ol the city and vicinity.
(ih deuce and ni ee ( or tlio nrereiit cni
ner Walnut and Tonty-Hrst trects whrio
lie may bo rniMilted at all lioun. li-5-inn
R. S. RRIGHAM, M. P.,
Homeopathic l'hielau ami Snreon. Of
lieu J:ni ConiiiiurrfalincmiH, Itesidonoo cor.
ner ot Klovonth and Cedar street. fl-3 tf.
DR. B. 0. TAJ Kit,
U'lll niHUiiiQ thu nractiei ot lain lirofCBSioil
with especial rifereneo to tho clectriea
treatment ol dlseaies in al tho now and iui-
tiruvedmolliods at uiipllca'.ton.
In all cai-us of fomule complaints a ady
will bo in auenuancc.
Olllce, I'M Coiiunorelal avonuo, up Halrw
II. WARDNER, M. D.
Olllce and Itcvlilciifc 111 Commercial ave
nue, (next door to tlio Atnoiiuuui).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
trut fiV VP 1." N'ft- '1 ThirtaADlh treet. bft-
I twa WfMhiDKton tdu nnd Wlnut treat,
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RE8IDKN0K cornrNlnth ami Walnut tti
omce-comr HUtk stret and Ohio letre
. - ... - .m in 1Q m . Atlrf fi t, tn
umofl iu)ur nun, u ,
CRraTE. DOUG las",
t nnnOnni minnlv of euro Nitrous Oxlilo
flas, fur tho paluloss extraction of teeth, at
thn Dental Hootns of Dr. Douglas, niceesor
to Dr A. M. Austin, F.lahth stioet h-lii
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
I K 11 OH AfJTS.
DEALERS IN PI OUR ;
Anil Axesti ol
OHIO atTBU AKD KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
COFFEY. PACK & CO.,
' r o h w a it o i '
a y v
FLOUR AND COUNTKY PHODUOE
MILLER & PARKKR,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, otc,
AGENTS for FAIKHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Leveo. CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Ami ilealcr in
Limk, Cement, Pladtek, Hair, Etc.
.Ni ss III j l.evpo.
tTI will Hell lii car load low at nunilf ae
turerV juices aiidliiK IrelKht. 4-'.'-tt
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huoceisors to E, H. Ilendrlcis A Oo.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTancemems made fJJ
upon GonslKDmentu. sW
Are preparid to neeire, store and forward
frulghts to all potnU and bur ani
pell on commission,
VUuslnfl attended lo prompllr;
8. D. AYnns. K. J. AYKll
AVERS & CO.,
No. 78 Ortio Lkvrk, Uaiiio, Ills.
WOOD R1TTENHOUSV, fc RRO
(ijneral ComiuiHton Meroliunt
183 OHIO LEVEE,
1E T Kit C U 11 Ii,
No, SO OHIO I.EVEi:.
3-20 tf (JA1UO, ILLINOIS.
K Ji DORADO
JOHN S4ATTN, 1'roprlniur.
ICS ComuietciBl Atuo, CAIKO, ILLINOIS
Ut hraml of Cllfo i-iOUrlu rrcnlsvJi
III I.LlAItl) saloon flimlohoil with the Lest
of tables : ami bar iiipplli d with w lues, llijuort
nun ciK&rn ui iiirinifi Drauu.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARRS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, ttli and Gth ctreets,
CAIKO, ILLS. ,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS. ,
line new Dinlni: Hall with cvsry con- i
vciilcncu liui be i' n udiled to tlili nonular
Ite.-tuurant, and tho KUesU will 11 u J cery
recpuhltc for thclraccDinodatlon,
con-lrU ot every Mib"tantiul nnd delicacy ol
Is llpplk'd with the -
CHOICEST LIQUURSAVINES & CIGARS
t3TMlxcd drinks prepared with care.
aws. ttjt(asaH w MawW
j ST. NICHOLAS j
11 A KUY "WALK EK I' rop r.
WIN KM ANII l.lttUOHSi.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
Plato stock of
eOOTCII AND IRISH WUIBKIXf
Fort, Mailorlft, Shorry and Catawba Wln"s
H. Smith k Co. ant aUo aKontk Inrt'prn
ccr. JUKay ACo.'e IMtthLurK ale, of which
larjre stork Ih Icojit ronvtantly on hand ut
HE A I. KMT ATE AUKNUY.
John Q. llaninu,
JOHN Q. IIARMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Mortis Uor. nl Oils Bt. nml Olilo l,et
soic authoriztdairoiits fur tho Mio of i.e.
railroad lands in Alevamlur and I'uhickl
countli'H, of whli'li thoro n'liialin a :iro
?c?yt!il't lTthocom.'t,ry!,L'l,,S MC ' ,ho
AhstriictB of Tltio, C'onviuanclnp! made a
tpoidiiltv. Ileal Ktato liotlyht ami sold.
J3T Taxes raid, etc.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (8kc0nd 7l00u) ohio lkvk1i,
Boy and Sill Rkal Estati,
FURNISH AB8TBAOTS OF TITLE
An.l rri'isrn Coqt.tDOi,i ut Uiq1i!
Our Homo Advortiserf .
And buy your
Cnr.Tosilli atreelitnrt Coinnierrlal Av
I am now prepared to maniifnctiire al
fprlngxtyloK.nurli as patent leather, tnnrroco
buck ami eall-dkln boots. Slioci. with box
toi'x, cork and pump nolex, Ncotrli Ixittonm,
iiml lirvrl ciIko or any other style you wlili.
I nm alio iiiniiufiirtiirfng an extra quality
of liitlli'i' hIioc". My material nml work
uianlili aro warranted to lie ol the l)tt. t
inn ilutennlned tn not bo undersold lor tbo
entile quality ol c)oiK
Repairing done neatly and on short
notice It. Jo.nkh.
NEW HOOT AND SHOE STORE
At IlirSilstn l Ibr Mt'.U RIIOT.
Coiineh or Sevkktii Street anuAVasu
CM HO, ILLINOIS.
Where I lnlte all the citizen of Cairo
and surrounding rountry to call and sec il
they cannot av money, an I will sell very
low, I liuvo adopted tho old motto, "The
Nimble Penny Is llctter than tho blow Six
pence." fs S. MATSON
Cor Ctnvrsstli nml tusl lis,.
Informs the public that tie hasenjracca ttie
hiTvlrfu of a Klnt-clam Waxou inakcramt
ul-o a F'irt-clasi IIoro nhour and In ready
tn manulai'tuia and upair all kind of work
In till trade with npair and dirpatcli,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIBTWKIN WADH'tr AVINUB AND WALNUT
Dr. II. r. riM, Informs tan public tht lit h
i L I V E It V S T A B L K
on thitnorlhwMI aidn of Tnthtrt as ua
Ills HfAMoi will t (utnlntied with aeon bat tht
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
, and the public may bn acrnmmodati-d at al
I hours of the day ami night with safe teams
I on the lowekt terms
i Pr. Kleldn asks a hare of public patronage
' and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention to bus!
NEW YORK STOxtE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARQKST VADJBTT STOCK I! TUB OITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of nineteenth atrt stttfl Con
C. 0. 1'ATlKlt
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
OOHNtR 32D-BTHEKT AND OHIO LtV
v. n A Kill. K
REM IS, RROWN & CO.,
Aoents Home Cotton Mills
NO. SO Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
WARD tc ROBERTS,
Dealehu is Wi.vdow Suauer,
Wall I'ai'ek, l'un Wiirrc
Lraii, LiNSKcn Oil
Si'mits Tuni'KNTiKC, Oluk
Shellac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Wasliiiiston nvenue nnd Eleventh street,
Cairo, - . . Illiwoi
TjtSs C. 1 tinny wishes tho
public to be informed that ho
has on hand a Stock of Dry
I Goods and Caniots as cxton-
I S.VO US Qliy ill tllC SoiltllWCSt,
and that he is determined to
sell every article at prices
lower than tho lowest. Cal
on him to-day and examine
"oods and prices. ' Ho will
satisfy you both as to quality