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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY HULl.KTIN
John II. Oberly has reduce J the subscrip
tion price of the Wkeki,y;0aIRO IIullktin
to Ono Dollar per annum, making It the
o:uiHtpi,ijr ii i iU'id llti Southern llllnoi
trad I b ntallrr mi f"i" nisr
Certain insatio young men of Chicago
till cling to t)Aio hall.
The l'resl lont it at Weit Point, attend
ing tbo examination of cadets.
St. Louis Is uointo wash amllioclcsn,
It ii to 1 dono with 11 ro engine:.
Uavt. Jack didn't kill (len. Canity, hut
had him killed, which Is all tho lame.
eastward. onnsylvanla Is establishing
A movement to erect n statuo In Now
O'Connell, the Irish orator and patriot, '
has been commencod In New York. '
Stokes has glvon ono hundred volumes
to tho library which i being gathored by
Miss Linda Gilbert for tho Ludlow (trooi
jail in Now York. Stokes lias boon In
long cnougli to appreciate that scrt o'
We learn from tho Jonusboro 'Adver
tiser' thai a man named Swayno stubbed
John Hunsacker of Union county, four or
flvo times a few days ago, inllicting serious
but not fatal Injuries They woro drunk
and quarreled about wnWr.
Oi:.v. Siikkma.v I, it is Slttll
nngry. His anger whs occasioned by the
impudent Oregon volunteers who annum
tI tho Modocs. Tho genxritl Is a hu
mane man. Ho hcltovcs that Modoc
should bn strangled and not shot to death
AM) now it is mid Mexico won't gi
into a huff about the Mi-Kunste ruid. It
this rumor bo omes it fact, wo shall b
greatly diiappointod. If .Mexico ttvn
light what i-acuso can tt liavu for annex
ing a portion of her inrritury to our own
The editors at Q nncy nro having a glo.
rious timo. Wo can Imagltto how drunt
nearly all of them h ivo boon, nnd how
Tory drunk they will remain until they re-
ioiii liiey re- ,
... .. .
If it s l I
turn hom. U oaro happy In
cdi;o our head Is not them
would bo tho ni'ist painful polo in the
Sr ckr, of ttiM 'Vtlloy Clarion,' is n
proud man. His llttlo town linn iii-i
"had" its Qrt tolegrHph lino. Its latioin
wer hurd but it got throuli safely The
child I. o tho tiilecriipb is n litllo bu
healthy thing; thx mother I. . Chester
is as well as could bo expected; nnd
"Pupa Spencer is delighted. Ve Coligrat
uUte him utid Chutter.
The platform of the n w pirty tbo
party which in 1874 will sweep Illinois
is this hort but swel ileclaml'on uf prii .
ciple-: "ThU nrganlzitUon is opposed to
'tariff steals, railroad stcnls, arj-grnl
'Jsleuls, liHiik steals, und every other form
of thieving by w hich some classes of ihu
'people aro robbol for tho aggrnndize-
m,at of rnoro privileged clasies."
The Chicago 'Times' says tlio recent
elections In this statu Imvo glvon immense
Impeluato that which bus long been re
garded as tho inevitable cotucquenuo of
the farmers' movement, namely, tbo out
growth of an independent political party,
standing squsrely arid radically upon the
principle ot freedom. Ilul if tho old-lime
politicians got hold of the movement what
will becomo of it? Their favor will kill
any healthy party.
The papers of the momory known as
the Democratic party continue to Intlmato
that Gen. Grant gets drunk. Of courso
he does, and to do many other great men.
Grant has a right to get drunk. Ilucauni
lie Is president should ho bo robbed of the
privilege of sipping from tbo goblet' All
able Republicans get drunk. It is ono of
the planks of thofr platform to get as
drunk as you ploase, whon you pleaso and
on what 'iquor you may choose to get
drunk J,iko a wiso man, Grant drinks
The New Tork 'Herald' advises a wost
ern 'congressman to cciso explaining his
action in regard to the back pay steal with
the remark that "people are forgetting
' almost all about It, so quick does ono oHl.
'cial steal follow another. Tho'Herald's
advice Is good, but Its asiortion is not true.
I'eoplo are not forgetting about the back I
pay. It Is just ono of tho things which !
tbey won't forget. They couldn't forget
ft if they would, and thoy wouldn't If thoy
yould. Though lost to sight to memory
daar, Is tho five thousand dollars to the
tax-payers and they'll nelthor forgivo nor
foret tho senators und representatives
who took it. Never.
"Aw old rivfr man" who knows
.'what's what" writes letter to tho Mem
pbls 'Appeal' containing somo sensible
dviCK lefiicarj" none. which It would
do no barm for people whnuro frlchtenea I
and all others to hed, His rocipo is not 1
cure for the cholera, nor even cholera j
morbus, but if carefully observed it would '
In many rases be what Is bolter a pre. '
entlri of both those diseases; this It is in
plain Knellsb: f;Fear not; eat whatever ,
you are accustomed lo tut; drink good
liUt water; mak no change in your
'etlD(tand drlnklbf; buy your vtgejta-
klew .fiwib from tbegardtto, and take no
UsxIIcIom for imtll ills."
Wamiinotok oflk!s.li, with ft leaning
towards the Indian peace policy, predict
that neither Citpt. .lack nor any of his
followers will oo hung by tlio military
commission, for tlio reason that the sen.
tonco raillt bo approved ly the president.
Tih first question to bo brought before
tho proildent by tht ..n-jref of the
peaco policy will bo ono denying U0
legality of tho military commission which
is to try tho culprit, on tho gronnd that
0n. C'anby was not klllod as commundor
of tho army In tho department ( Colutn.
liia, but w.i. killi-il wli'tn t'nB M a pom 1
commlttloner, having been placed nl the
head of tho commission by n special agroo
mont botivecn the president mid serrotary
ol tho ititorlor, with full power In tho
premises. 11c could havo removed a com
missioner If ho thought it necessary, and
was spcclnlly olocted for thU special
duty. As to thn Killing of Jin). Thomas
nnd Lieut. Sherwood, tho commission c.in
not tako cognlr.anco of that, nl they wero
engaged In an open fight with tho In
Edmund Yates Is the interesting thotigli
somewhat sensational l'arls correspondent
of tho Now York 'Herald.' Ho regards
, Franco on tho eve of another revolution
lnco the resignation of M. Thiers, ntitl
1 that prudont na rich l'arl.l.n,.eeing
I and v.,URMes mlt of lho pt t,
Ueiginm nnd Kngland, and that
J man? families preparations
for the speedy removal of women
"ni1 children to tho same places of safety,
nro complete. Tlio bourso Is described as
iu a stato of ngitntlon, tho merchants un
easy and hesitating to embark In now ven
ture.', nnd Thiers had boon tvailod on by
a deputation of bankers, who informed
him that if thcro wero tho slightest inter
ruption to order and tranquility It would j
he impossible to procure tho last million of
indemnity money, tho payment of which
would froo tho soil of Franco from tho
prcisnco of King William's soldlort. All
Ihcso nro moro slejns nnd may bluvr over
ns tho threatening cloud In tho skv often
does, but they sorvo to show that tho re-
public is not too firmly based in France
Htul l,lnt iu overthrow m any hour, would
not oo un unoxriccieel event.
Tin: emtio us an pkukdknt.s of
A NKW UNIT K IJ STAT F.S
Vic g rrosident Wilson is not the only
m m ip public llfo who can boast of hiiv-
Ing two names. Tho nowly elected
United States senator from Oregon, who
will register his name as .John II
Mitchell, was until recently known us
John M. Hippie, Ho has Vurv probably
by a simple transposition, chaiigod his
immo from John .Mitchell
Hipplo to Jubci Hippie Mitch
ell, ii changes so slight that it has not made
'y uillor.-nco in tlio nmn who bears it an v
",ljr" olecilon to a United Statu.-
uiniwi snip oils irarismognucu mm irom
u fcamp, whoso villunios would inukogod
iiiilcrinl for a dimo nuvul, intonn hotieai
nan and a swiesmitu Hit histury, no fur
is it is given to the public, dates as fr
luck as 18 i7, unit begins in llutler county.
I'oiiuay It itoin, tthuro m n school teacher
nventy-six years of ngn, ho marrios a giri
f Uftiiun wdom ho lnd Urst bntrayed ii
lived with her lor thre years, when lo
lesurled lier for another Womitn, leaviliu
Her witli two young children to support
Uu nnd lho womun with whom ho ulopml
worn orderud away from Hiiris' hotul in
I'llUtmrg, In lHCO; aflur thm Hipplo dir
ippearud from view, and is heard of no
more until 1873, when becomes to light
is John 11 Mitchull, United Stales sena
tor from Oregon. His wife, from whom
'ioIihs not been divorced, is working us n
homo-servant in Franklin, IVniisylviinin
.Senator Mllchull will talte hia seat next
IN THE . MAYOR'S HA It, A WH1S
I'KREI) WORD OR TWO.
There win one peculiar feature in Mayor
Wood's message, vetoing tlio ordinunco
giving thoO. und V. U, R, corn p in v tho
right or way up Twentieth street i,,
day's and Uuligher's mills. Wo hnvu nut
called attention to it sooner, bccuto tlio
mayor took to bed Immediately aftor read
Ing tho mcssiigo to the council, and has
not boon very woll sinco that time. Wu
understand tho mayor to bold that the U.
nnd V. R. II. company has not complied
with tho conditions upon which it was nl
lowed to put down its track on Commer
cial rmmio,nil that therefore tho com
pany should ho aliowed to tiso no other
street of tho city. Tho mayor knows wo
aro thu main stay of his administration,
but will ho allow us to Intitniito that in.
giving tho roason referred to for his veto
ho has condemned himself has convictod
himself of neglect of duty Who is John
ood, tho mayor, audio what uses did
the peoplo intend to put him when
tiioy oircteJ him to ollico 7 Thoy did not
select him for his beauty alone. Ho was
electe-J to soo that tho ordinances of lho
city are executed. Why don't ho nttond
to his business then ' Why don't ho sco
that the ordinances aro executed, or raito
itio ilivil' Why don't he mako the 0. nnd
V. R. K. company perform its part of tho
contract by which it procured tho right to
use Commercial avenuo"' If ho would do
that, Instead of complaining nbout tho
company's neglect, wo would applui ,i,
if wo diej In tlio attempt. .Mayor Wood s
weak place is his Innbillty to promptly d..
termino what should bo dono and then do
It, or--" bust. '
THK LIQUOR LAW.
Judge Tree, a Cook county circuit Jmlyu,
gave (in opinion on tho 10th lint, con
truing for tho Urst timo, tho statute of
this etuto rolating to thu sale of In tunic.
Hog liquors and entitled: "An act to pro
.vldo against the sale of Intoxicating
(liquors in lho stato of Illinois,"
Tho action was brought under thu llfth
section of the statute, which provides that
every husband, wife, child, parent, guat.
dlan, employer, or either person, who shall
bu injured iu person or property, or mourn
eif support, by any intoxhatcd persons, or
n conseejuyifWof the Intoxication, bablt- 1
ulotyaJsWjCyof atiy ieroii, sbal bare
rlnMJ!W",ii.l, or hot own natne,
TUB OAIRO DAILY
a iverally or jointly, against any p:rion or
persons who shall, by foiling or giving
Intoxicating liquors, havo Caused tho In
toxication, in whole, or in part, of such
persoror persons; nnd any persun or per
sons owning, renting, leasing, or permit
ting the occupation of any bulldn a or
prrtnlso.', and having knowledge that In
toxicating liquors nro to bo sold therein, or
who having k-and tho mine forulher pur
poses hall knowingly permit thoroin tho
salsol nny Intoxicating liquors that lmvo
caused, In wholo, or In part, tho Intoxlcn
tlon of nny person, shall bo liable, sevor
ally or jointly, with the person or persons
selling or giving intoxicating liquors
aforosald for nil damages sustained and for
Tlio court holds that, whereas tho wholo
law Is highly pennl In its character, it
mint bo strictly construed ; und tlmt such
construction changes its apparent mean
The statute, tho court says, "declares
that the action may ho maintained
'ngalnstany person who bv selling orlv
'ing away intoxicating liquors, shall havo
'caused tho intoxicttlori iu wholo or
' part ot any other person." This seems
to bo very plain language, hut tho court
holds that It does not rondor a saloon
koopor liahl for tho consequences of a
saio of intnx.lcting liquor without retard
lo whether ho sold or gnvo it to tho same
porson who nftonvards drank it, and that
it noes not render him linblo for soiling a
glass of liquor to a sober man who siibso.
q'tontly proouros more liquor from soino
other person and hocouos intoxicated.
This position tliojudgo sustains by vory
strong argument. Ho holds that th'o
trsllio In liquor is lawful when dono with
a lico.ne, and that it cannot ihsrcforo bo
a fnlr construction of tho law that an net,
as lor instance, tho soiling of a glujs of
liquor ton sober man, which Is lawful nt
tho timo it Is elono shall afterward be-como
unlawful by reason of tho consequences
winch tollow it. ' f," (ays tho judi-u. "at
'tho lima tho taloon-koopor soils tho llq
uor. inn person is sober, and is neither u
'mitur. nirr n person iu the tho habit of
'gotting intoxicttod.tho act Is clearly law
'fill, and lho fact Hint tint liquor is takon
by somo ono, othor than him who buys It,
'who becomes drunk, or that tho sumo per
'son who buys it also drinks it, and subse
'qnontly obtains more it other places upon
' A'hiuh ho llnally guts dnink, cannot alter
'ihocnse, unless tbo fith section is tobecon
Mtruudas prohibiting entirely thosaloiil
'intoxicating liquors.'' Since absolute pro
hibition was not tho intention of thu leg!
laiure, the Julge therefore conclude, llmt.
so far us thu liquor vendor ii cor.curniJ,tl a
diclanuion should avur either that theliq
u ir was sold to ono of the several classes
of peisons to whom its saio Is eleclared tu
b) unlawful, or that it was sold with the
fnieiitlon, knowledge or expcctnlion tint
It would ciiusu tho Intoxication in part or
m wholo of lho person or porsons whoso
intoxication risnltcd in n ieij-jry to the
In relation to tho owner of tho premises
In which liquor is sold, Judge Tree de
cides thttt it is not a sutJlolent allegHllon
tnat tho owner permitted lho occupation
of his promises for u saloon, but tb-it it
mtlil l.w li.t m1Idw.I ..ml i t,J in njfjietir
thai ho knowingly permitted liquor to bo
sold to tho person whoso intoxication whs
ciusi-d in thu manner nece.-sury to chargo
tho saloon-keeper, because, in order to
have an opportunity ti prohibit an unlaw-
fjl sale, thu landlord must havo knowl
edge that ono is to bo mndu, and until one
it in id u ho cunuot lorminalu tho lease.
which is lho protection furnished to him
by thu btbtuto against liability. In uther
words tho stntuto which authorize him
to forfeit tho luasu in case of au unliiwlul
sale is no protection to him, if his liability
is tiled without any notico lo him, or op-
portunlty to assunt to or prohibit lho in
Thi'0e will bo taken to the supremo
court, which will probably sustain Judgo
ejitii .sik.n .us:ii;si."r.
Commissio n Morch a n is
Ollioc (lor the prcscnl) at Ike WiiUIo'h
Onto Loveo, - Cauio, Ills.
Aro prepared to t-ell all kinds o l repent'
at unction or on i-eiiiiiniMoii, t .1 am.
r.. .M. A IjDUN CO..
FJ.OUlt AND COMMISSION
No. 130 Onto Lev it K,
iHucoenorn to John II. I'hllln,)
DBALKH8 IN HAV, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
('.-.- IKMll-r.q. am. IJ1I0 LJVE
OA 1 110, I I.I H.
. li. MAiuuee.,
1 .0 VII L
MATUUSS i Ullh
Commissi on M k kg hants
IAY AND WE.-TEHN PhODUCE
ollio i.KVKlc. I
BULLETIN, Flit DAY, .IUNE 13, 1873.
Ouv Home Advertisers.
TUUTONIA h I F H INSUHA.NOK
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIO.
C'Jt.vr'L.OrnrK, 172 WashimotonSt.
Thi Geiinan Lite lnv.ir.mcu Company
guarantee-" not only Paid-up J'olicles but
al-o a Value in t'ali on the Non-forfclturc
OHN A. IIUCIC. - - I'rosldont
U. RNOIIKLiSUORF, - - - Hecrntary
JOHN W. l'RUEHS,
As:eiii for Cairo anil vicinity.
HISMAUK HUN' ).
SECTION NO. 47.
Annotation lor promoting Lire Instiratlec
nnd hick Itfllcf by weekly eliien and mutual
ceMipcr.'itlon In objci't-ol public hi-nclit.
Tho I. lie lii'iiraiieo l'oliclcit will be l-silcil
by the- Tclltonia l.lle lnuraiii:o Company.
H. MEYERS, Fresldont.
JOHN W. FRUES3, Ao't.
FIHE AND MARINE
.VI AO A HA, K, V.,
OKIIMANIA, Ii. T.,
set 1.0C8.731 7
IIAK0VKK, J. Y.,
... .720 f m
nEl'UllI.IC, It, v.,
ti-sets , 7tl,MJ fin
TOMKEUS, N. T.,
"H 478 (61
jrincMK.v'fl rujii), . r.
rnounirr, it, y.-
ttoref, Iwelln, l'urnitiiro, llullit o,I cr
ii liimiro-l at rales as IntPratloaii souo'l, per
nanini 1-t.riirlty Mill w.irrnt.
I resvievtfillly nnk of the cltliousol Cs
huti ol ilieir imlromxe.
('. N. llt'iaiKS.
. It. Morris,
Nci.l'uh. nnd 1'. H. Com
''IRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
"ti lIS.CIt.MI H
.MIUTH AMKItlCA, FA,,
-'"is t2,7U.O00 m
i-etn IJ.5U.21U VI
- n,W,M ht
INTEKNATIONAI.. N. T
"'Ota (1, ) 1.418
i-fll. , , !.
AMERICAN CENTRA L. MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUA1,. LII'K.
-ela fSO.VAI.UOO e
i'RAVKI.EIW, HARTHiRu. I.IKE ANI
"" 11,500 0011 I
RaII. A AT 1'AHMENOER.H A suranoe
-et f VW.noo o
ix resVie: in
-AFFORD, MOUIIIS & CANDKK.
7S SktlSr. I lVfM
11. A. Thorns
L. 1. Thom
THOMS k IU10TIIKH,
Sucee-ioi.rii to II. u, H ilen,
AM) liKALKItS IN
Mitil nnd l imey Sirorsrlea,
Foreign and Domestic
131 Commer.-l.il Avenue,
OAIHO, - . ILLINOIS.
lSiiccesor to 11. Thleleckc.)
Ilenl, r In All IdntU
W AS 1 1 1 N UTON A V EN U E,
lir.TWKK.N TENTH ANIi EI.E.VKNTII STKKKTS
Hating purchated the grocery OKtul.lUtt
meiitol It. Tlilelerkc, I hhall alwatH keep
em hand a full mid frcsli Hipply of ail thu
best goods in my line, to bo foiiiul in tlir
market. Ilv strict attention to htuiucMi,
and lair dealing, I hope nut only to retain
nil thu cilMum the place has enjoyed iu tho
pat, but to adil to lho ll-t many now pa
lion. Asking a Cm sharu of public pad im
age, lie-peetfiilly, llcittt an .SciniKTzsToiin-
HOME TRADE !
Comer Twelfth Mrcot and Washington At e
J. C. HUBLS,
(Lato of tit. Louis,)
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
IILANK HOOKS of every description done
ilh neatness and dispatch. All kinds n
nliiiK dotii- at short notico. Illbles, lulc,
M urazlncs und I'erlodlcalM hound neat and
at '.lie lowest no-sible rates.
.ountv work, micli us Hocords. D ii-L-pi.
m He to order 11-21 tf
OOMHUtMlStlf AND rOHWAHDINd.
KOIIWARDINQ and COMMISSION
fie it tin a nth.
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
And kRt ctn ot
OHIO IIIVIH AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
COI-TKV, PACK k (-'0.,
r u w a it in .v u
I'LOUR AND COUNTRY l'EODUOh
MUjLEH &, I'AHKKIt,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COR
Onts, Hay, etc.,
AOENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALE.1-
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And ele-aler in
LtMK, Ck.MUNT, 1'LAbTKR, HaIII, E TO
Mi s til i l.ereo.
1371 will cell In ear load lotn at iiiiuiltiio
turern' prlccn, :ulin( Irclht. -t-2-tl
J. M. I'UILLII'S & CO.,
(Huccesscrs to H. II, Ilmdricss A Co.)
Forwarding and OommiBsiou
WG Liberal Ailisncomeum made r
Uiod Conl(nments. WE
Aro prerjsrfd to roceue, itore aad lorwsrd
iroiKins to an points ana iiUj nnd
soil on commission,
'Htilnon ilendil to prnmptlv.
S. I), Aykiih.
I.'.. I. Avmt
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lkvek, Cairo, Illc.
WOOD RITTENnoUHK & RRO
fi jn oral Coruuiksiou Merohaic
m OHIO LEVEE.
I'E T E 1', C U 11 1,,
Wo. M UUIU IXVEC,
.V.'Otf OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
KKAI, ENTATK AOE.KCl.
John i. Ilarman. Clia,. Thrupp
.JOHN Q. II ARM AN & CO.,
R KAL ESTATE AGENTS
Vnrlli Our. eililla HI. nuil Ohio I.rrra
Oiler lor jale at low limine anil caiv lenne
the followlni; real cMato :
No I An i-lcgaiit cottajic, cornel" Titelfth
ami l.eieii.t Mrt-cti, N'JTuinliS.li I, Ihlrul.nl.
l,otnliotoKrai!i-. f, ,i, in b I, in what Ii
known at llu "ISIiIko HVtck;" thoto lot-i run
through tin- block irom KifU-r-iitli to six.
ti ciitli slri'i-ti, anil the be-t rriili-iu-c prop-e-ity
In tin- ciiy adjoining propcm- higiiiv
.So it-Lot ami I, ti ir., rlly. Wa-diliiKloii I
atemie, butive-eti Thirteenth anil Fourtei nth
treetr, tvi-t -iilc. eiiioiIttvo-toiy biiililln-;
on eai-li lot.
No;! Al-o. taialit lut."i nml ei. silloinin-'
the above. I.nt II, Ii till, rltv,
on Sixth ,-trcet, -oiitli s-ldl-,
be-tween Comnieroial ami Wii-hlneion ate-
lines, ttlll bo .old In tract-, to suit purchaser,
terv low anil nnca-v terms.
.S'f)4-I.ott7aiulNli-iS corner ot Four -
teeiitli and Poplar Mrce-ts, trout on Poplar
utri'i't, west clde, eiiipii-lte po-t-olllce block.
No it splendid fiu--ine- biilldini. rc-d-
eleiico In second -lory, ei room., lull and
ft out iiiul rear stairway, watvroii both lloor.-.
In number on- condition; situated on north-
west corner ol Commercial atcnue and
soon.'11' !,trt'Ct" A b:irRal" lf SM
S'j 0 Lot- 7 anil b lo, lt nd, small
lioiiso and stable on lots, Ii Ik1' croiiud, cor
ner I'onlur ami 'l weiitt c-klith .tiii.u.
Price tM), one-hall ca-h.
No 7 Lot and new cottage in No 1 older,
hall, thri-c rootm and klti-hi-u, em Ttvrntv -
tirst itreet. Two splcndM lot in cour't-
boue block on Ponlar street corner.
Nil s -Tivu t i-r ilplr:iblt. l.iitlm-4 bntii-.
and two lot-, tin .-l.stli -trcet ln-Htccn Coin
mciclal and Wuililiixton at nines, will ho
.old at tcrniH to pay purchaser rental of ".'
per cent en Investment.
No ti-SIx lot- in Ii .'!! 1st ad. Hlsh
ground. Jn0eacli on cay pavmcnt".
No 10 A wi-lblinprovcil larin on tho Mis-sii.-ippl
iu Mb-otiri, inilci below Calm.
acre's, a lari:o ,-ortlon under cultltatlon.
Ilrst-cla.ii elwebln hoii'o, barni and out
oiiiiuiiiK'. tt in ne soki very low or ex
chunxeil lor improved Cairo nropcrtr. t
(.Teat bargain can he; hail by appljlug won.
t Id- property is woithy tho t-xamiimtion ol
my person who desire, to ctijjiii,'!- iu fanu
Iiii;, a-e It ce-italnly U ouo of th mom lertlle
ami producllti! tnictt of land in the coun
try. No 11 A splendid two-story residence on
north east i-isrner of Walnut and Ninth
otreets, Willi IWo l.il vorv il.-lnil.l- i-"ri
CI l .
No 12 Lots 18 nnd 10. b 79-touth sldo nl
Tvtcntt -tirst street, upjiosito "Content I
lllock ' very desirable lor residence pur
No 1.1 a well improved lann of 'JIU acres;
tit) acres under cultivation: houscsand barn, I
Kuod orchard, bearlm; trees; running watci I
uiroiiKii lauu auoto otcniotv. ejno quarter
mile from station and depot ol Cairo A -l.
I.ouls rallioad. Will he sold on easy terms
lor Jl'.'l per acre.
A KINK CIIANCIC POlt INVn.ST.ti:.ST.
In addition to tho lore(,'oln wo oiler lor
-ali-. or least-, a larc nuuibcr ol tacaut lots,
In elllfcreiit parts ol the city, embracing No
I bltslnesk and rcsldrlice piopcrtv.
In unimproved lands, tte hate for sale
eiver Sft.e oo acres iu Alexander and PulaVi
pnuntit-s, at prices raiii;ii(; from ?J lufl.'i
Her ai re, and are tiretiareu to oiler imliiir.
incuts to pui'cba.i-rs tnat cannot lm i-iiualir-d
iu Colorado. Texas or hiiv other place or by
the te-ry bu-t itiallty, iu Alutandcrnnd I'u
la-kLcoillitlcs. beloIi'-lliL' to lho Illlnnl. Con
an) inner in;ui. a largo uiilouniul lallUsol i
tr.il Itallr ail pompauv, lor thu sale ut which
we are tho agents, ttlll bo sold very low and
on such easy terms that a person ot Industri
ous habits, with a very small sum ol leady
money, can In a fctv yearn become the
owner of a preiductlvc larm. We: Imte
piais aim uescriiiiioi.H ol uu lauds oirered
lor sale alio will tako pleasure InshottliiL'
purchasers the nroncitv. Titles to ull i-imi.
sold by us guaranteed, rmd shown Irom the
patentee when rcoulred by abstracis. An.
ply to JOHN ej. I1ARMAN it CO.,
ieir. sixutanu i.eivcc sts., Cairo, III.
IIIIIU I, 13)11.
C. VINSTON k CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (00NI FLOOR) OHIO LKVKI,
liny AKD Sxll Rkal P8tat,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
Ami prfr OnniiTnni of Kln-I
WI 1 1TE COLLA R 1J;AN1NG .MILL
H WALTI'.BN, I'rolirlelur,
USA LIB !
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS I
D00R8, SASH, HLINDs j
ORDERS SOLICITED. I
sri . .
rnroisaau on sd irtesi notice.
Commercial tvonue, between Tenth ami
B. E. R R V A N T ,
Near Tivci.ty-siMh Street,
Onto Lkvke, . CAIRO. ILLS
nr.'w;m,?.!:r,,,.y ?:rjr, Cy-
of the city frei Vl chift. " "r l'an
Our Ilomo Advortiaera.
'' niMIT AMIS HOKa,
Ami buy your
Isoots .A.:rr:D sHoaig
' IL JONES,
' Tr. Trnlli alreclsinil S'ommerrUI It
1 am now prepared lo manufacture ol
wrl;yst)lcs,siicli aopnti-ut leather, morroco
I ilck'aml call-skin hoot. Shoes. Willi ho.V
toe. tork ami pinup son-., Scotch bottoms,
iiniltmrle'dRO or nny other ntylo you tvMi.
I ntiialv) inaiiufiii'turliiK an extra iiinillly
of Iaif.es' hlioe. My niulcrlal nrnl work
inanhl aiu tvarrsnte il lo he ol tho let. 1
am ilutirinlnnl lo not be uiuliT-olel lor tho
simo einUy nl Kooil.
Ke-palrwK elono ni.-ally ami on short
notice It. .Io.vki.
00T AND SHOE STORE
I -In.t eipmc.l
Al tliln ! Ihr Bi:i BOOT,
j Cohnkh nr Skitntii STnr.r.T ANU AVabii.
INiiton An k.st i:,
CM ItO, ILLINOIS.
Whe-rn I Intlto all tho titlcns of Cairo
ami siirroiitiilln country to call nnJ sen 11
they cannot mvc money, a-. I will el! ve-rv
low. I hnto nilotiteel tho edel motto, "The
Mmhle lVnut l lletler than the .Slow .Six
pence." s. MATSON
31 IMCKLLA SI KO VH,
for I'.levMltli nml Poplr 41s.,
! , , ..
"""fms the pulillc that lie li.nenK.ii(cii the
. """Iceyof a I lrst-clas Wason makcraml
HrM-clu-i llor-n sJioer and Is ready
' f '''"O'lfa' ture and cptii iell kinds of work
' ,".f'l!'.,ratlc llh npalr and dlfpatch,
ZiTit , rr rr
NEW LIVERY STABLE
I ""WEI.S WABII'.I AVBNCK AND WALNU1
ll r. II. r. ti loforus too publla that bit
V K It V S T A It L K
' P ,hH "'tl.'t id of Tonth strn si nsm
' I,S Tsi',i.. -i-i i . . i .
' "" s"w fuBtsnd with nno but th
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may bo accommodated at nl
hours of the day and night with sfo teams
on thclnttc't tcrnis.
Dr. Kleld a-k a share of public pstronaire
and will endcator In merit It by flr elealiiu
and htrict attention to busl
NEW YORK 8T0ith',
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOMT VARI1TT STOCK IN TU CUT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or !tlaMr,ath ,trtmtmma
C. O. PATIK
WAG .. MAN UK AUTOR f
.Snlc at Wholcsalo or Retail.
I rOHNl!R .iJl)-KTBEKT AND OHIO LIM5I-
XJ' v- miniiK
REM IS, HHOWN As CO.,
j Aoentr Home Cotton 3IiLr,s
NO. FO Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
WARD k ROHERTS,
Dkalkus is Window Siiaum,
Wall Vivzn, Pens Whits
Lead, Linsijd Oil
SflRITS TunFENTIKf, GLUE
Shkllac, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington ntentie anil I.levenUi street, 1
Oaibo, . . . Illix oi
C. Haiiny wishes tho
public to bo informed that ho
has on hand a Stock of Dry
(Goods and Carpets as oxten-
sivo as any in tho Southwest,
and that, lie is detormined to
sell every article at pricos
lower than tho lowest. Cal
on him to-dny and examino
goods and prices. Ho.will
satisfy you both as to qualijy