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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, .TUNE 20, 1873.
THE BULLETIN.
Fatter l IM Clir
CHilf, Ik nmir Marainc naiiy
af rfcllli Southern IllinoU
JiUNILOBKKLT, KdiloT and I'ubllihar
matt or tuc dailv hullktin :
mi wean fcT nniir
Or TWb?;aiTier, la advauce 10 00
Oa jW by carrier II not pld in
Mtraac 2 00
DM aes, by mall 100
rkTMrnoatlM 8 00
0lZ l0ta 6
On year 10 00
THK DOLLAR WKKKLY BULLETIN
John H. Oberly ha reduced the ubcrip
tlon prler or the Weekly Cairo Bulletin
(9 Om Dollar per annum, making It the
ctmpeHptpir pu'ilhhe I In Southern Illlnol
naeUng mnllrr on rrrry pnit.
timxiY R. Dbkksk wai olecled chief
juitlce of the lupreme court of IllinoU on
Wednciday, at Chicago.
The trial of Pomeroy for tho brlbory of
York which came up at Topoka, Kamai,
on Monday, wai poitpo&cd until tho
December term of the district court, on
motion of Pomeroy'i countol. Tblrty-flvo
"wilntuei for the itato appenred, but not
on for Fomeroy. He claimed to be ready
or trial, bat dated that bit couniol had
not bad time for preparation. The law'
delay will pro! ably icrve him tho mmo
good turn it bat many other raical.
We publlih to-day tho farmen' call for
a Fourth of July celebration. This call i
inued by the executive committee of. the
Illlnol Farmen' Association, and from
present indications, will be Tory genorally
respected. The farmers, or moro prop
erly, the anti-monopoliiti,show themselves
in dead earnest, and whenlliey can y tbolr
opinions and purposes not only into their
politics, but into their pleasures, it is a
euro sign that, politically, old things are
pusing away and all things aro booming
new.
Tub 'Southeast Missouriao,' publisbod
in Cap Girardeau, is a lire lttlo newspa
per, on or two numbers of which havo
come to our table. It is well pi in ted and
well edited and has neither patent "out
she" nor "inside". In its editorial col
umns, U ilashei right and left regardless
of consequences, according to its concep
tion of independent Journalism. A little
toning down of this characteristic, would
bo an improvement to the paper, and if it
did not then command success, It would
sot be because it did not deiorvo it.
It is announced from Washington that
all the papers in the war department con
taining the secret history of tho rebellion
have been stolen. Theso papers covered
the period from tbo first battle of Hull
Run down to Lee's surrender, and related
to courts-martial, the conduct of promi
nent officers of tho army, tho intrigues of
politicians and military aspirants and the
rascality of government contractors. The
pipers wore briefed and filed anay by
Secretary Stanton. The fact that they
contain the record of many things not
crodltable to some who now stand high on
the ladder of public life, perhaps explains
more clearly than any thing else the ron
ton of their disappearance. It is tolerably
certain that tboy did not get away with
out tbo connlvanco of ono or moro of the
officers of the department.
It is tolerably certain that at tho noxt
sesikn of congresi an effort will be made
to revive tbo franking privilege. A
prominent offlcor in 'Washington who has
a taate for figures, has made an estimato
by which be demonstrates tho fact that
from seven hundred thousand to one mil
lion dollars will havo to bo expended by
the government to provide F. dotal ofil
car with icaloa to weigh mill matter, and
for printing circulars of initructions and
engraving and forwarding pottage stamps
etc., "to offices at distant points. The
abuse of tho franking privilege is said to
havo been an expense to the govornmont
of not more than thrco hundrud thousand
dollars a year, whllo the change will coit
probably four hundred thousand tho first
year. All these will be brought up as po
tent reasons for the renewal of the frank
log privilege.
CIRCUIT COURT CASKS.
The United Stat i district and circuit
court for the Southern district of the state
ii now in session at Springfield. Two
cues of more than usual interest and im
portance will be tried before it. Ono of
tbese is called tho Williamson county Ku
Klux case, the details of which aro no
doubt well romembered by tbo readers ci
the Bulletin, as they were publisbod in
this paper at the time of tho occurrence:
n tot of lawless depredators wbo bad toen
carrying things with a high band In Wil
liamson county for some time, ended their
outrages by taking from hit own botna an
old man and shooting bim to death. It is
probable ibis case will come on next week
The other one, perhaps no lets intcieJtlng
and of far more importance in its remits,
is tho caso of the Chicago and St. Louis
railroad against the persons wbo hit winter
refused to pay moro than tbo
legal fare of three rents per
toll on tb train furin Towamto
to Lexington. Tb train was placed on a
lid track until reinforcement of train
seen from Bloominglbn arrived, when the
parti paid tb faro demanded by tho
company; It sued eacu one lor uamages,
laid at ten thousand dollars apieco, caused,
it alleged, by detention of trains, Mr.
Corvdon Beck with will conduct the iulton
tb part of tbo company and tho lion. J.
Edsall, attorney general, will act for
tb defendants in accordance with the bill
patted by the legislature last winter.
A TBULY UNFORTUNATE MAN.
M. yar or so ago, Cincinnati enjoyed a
local xtBMtloD caused by the theft of cer
tain volumes of a religious character from
tb public library. On an investigation
M we found tbat the books were ab
ttrsetad by a theological student of the
BapUtt parsuaiion, named Morgan. II er
gH waj poor,bd fired by a boly ambition
ItHtrt fiil mind witbiucb knowlidgi as
Wflld t nful to bim In bis profusion,!)
"borrowed" the books In a somewhat ir
regular mannor, it it true, but tbii wai tho
construction placed upon tbo act by the
charitably disposed ministry who Invcstl
gated the facti of the case. Falling from
gracoor backsliding are sins unknown to
those whose souls are converted by means
oi Baptist tboology; "onco in grace, allors
in grace," is tho comforting motto of
the Baptists. Hence It was clear, that tho
poverty-?mittcn Morgan, deeply ni he
bad tinned, had not taken that backward
gait into which weak and badly convorted
Metbodisti metimei fall; ho hod, sinned
and sinned deeply, but it was
one oi tho seventy times lovcn
which his brethern aro commanded to for
give. Ho was forgivon and through the
Infliionco of leading Baptists, was installed
as pastor of tho church at Ludlow, a
village of about a thousand inhab!tnnl9, in
close contiguity to tbo city of Cincinnati.
lloro in "the qulot and still air of delight
' ful studies'' during tho wook, and in his
Sabbath day oxcorclics in tho sanctuary,
it was supposed he would forgot his "tin
1 fortunato" exporlonco In Cincinnati.
And ho did. llu was unmarried and In
tho oclly of unmarried lady inombert of
his congrognlion, ho found a balm for all
his woes. But alas, for tho instability of
human happiness, a fow dnys ago It was
discovered that Morgan was "making
Invo" Indiscriminately to somo half a
dozon young ladlei, trilling with their af-
fectlons In a mannor which would havo
called down the wrath 'of thoir parent
and friends on any unrcgenoratn sinner
who would havo dared to iudulgo in such
pastimo. Morgan, however, boln'g a con
verted, "born again," and truo blue chrli-
tian and a mmlilor, wa, afler duo inves
tigation, "repreinandod" and suspended
from the ministry for three yean, it stitli-
eiont length of time in which to repent of
his sin, and start now.
ago.d'rulk.
The board of education of Kvausvllle
has luid down a rule tbat hereafter, no
prosonti from scholars to toacbers will bo
permitted in tho public schools ot tbnt
city. At first, this may seem arbitrary,
but a llttlo reflection shows it in tho
contrary light ominently juit to
scholars as well astoachors, Tho teachers
In the public schools of Evansvlllo or any
other town or city, It Is presumed, roccivo
fair compensation for tho work done.
When it it well dono, they are rewardod
not only by tho progress of their pupils,
but by their respect and affection and
these feelings arc generally shared, to a
largo extont, .by the community in which
such toacbers retirlo. Furhaps, in no
other profession is thcro so large a feeling
of good will and solid respect awakened
for Us mombors aro felt for
faithful and compotont teachers.
Tho practlcof glvllfg'oxprestion to this
feeling, by the pupils of a school, in such
tangiblo ways as the presentation of pic-'
tures, jewelry, books, etc., though natural,
is pernicious, for moro than one reason.
It often happens that tho scholar whoso
advancement reflects most credit to bis
teacher, who is punctual, studious, and
obedient, nnd -whoso gratitude
and affection for hU teacher
would prompt bim to share tho exponseof
u present to him or lior, cannot by reason
of his own or his parents circumstances,
contribute anything toward its purchase.
LI is prido and affection are both wounded
and to on extent only appreciated by a
deeply sensitive mind. It Is generally the
caso that thopresonts, ostensibly tribute, ot
respect and kindly feelings on tbo part of
schoolnri to teachers, aro merely the ovi-
denco of tbo worldly means ot tho more
fortune-favorud part of tho school and ro-
prosent among tbo pupils, heart-burning
jealousy, prldo and dUsenkion, feelings
which v'auld probably never bo aroused
except under such olrcumstances.
Most oi tho scholars in attendance In
our public schools, nro tho children of
parents, not poor, in tho common ncccpla
lion of tho,trm, but who from necessity
patronize the schools in order to lecuro
the advantages of an education for their
children at the least possible oxponin.
Being called upon ovon ruroly, to con
tribute toward tho purchtso of a prcsont
for a teacher, Is a tax which thoy gener
ally aro vory unwilling, efton unable to
pay, though for obvious reasons, they pre
for to share the burden.
ANTI-MONOrOLV.
THE
FAHMKHS' DECLAHATION
OF INDKl'ENUKNOK.
Kqual and exact justico to all nuin.
Jefferson.
In accordance with tho advice and re
quests of persons in various parts of the
state, tue unaersigncu, oxecutive com
millti of the Illinois Statu Farmers' As
sociation, would reipectfully reooiuuicud
to the laruieri of Illinois that they meet
in county, or in otlmr locul moetings on
the upproacping i-oiirtnoi .i uiy, lor tuo
purpota not only to duly colubrute the
anniversary of our National Independ
once, but also for the purpo.e of consider
ing and acting upon the dangers that no,
threaten the tafely of the nation and tliu
liberty of the citizens in tho shape of
chartered monopolies und corrupt con
spiracies against the public interest.
Wo further recommend tho iinntodiato
action of county anoclations, county com
mittees, farmers' club', granges, and per
sons othurwue interested, so as to secure
at such meetings a large attendance ;
free nisciislon of the greivance?, and a
more cum) lete and thorough orgrulr.aiion
of tho farmers of the stato.
Let us give this timc-l.nnored day a
new Icaio of life, by a demonstration that
may be horeaftor commemorated as tho
tluwumS ofn new err of Independence,
not only for us as a clais, but for tho
whole people of the stato and nation,
Leaving to various committees ol ar
rangements to mako out such a pro
gramme for tho celebration of tho day as
may bo best suited to each locality, wo
would merely suggest Instead of the
steroytypod oration upon the glorious
past by somo aspirant for political honor,
that we have the earnest, practical com
mon sense talk of the farmers themselves
upon tbo duties of the present, and the
reading of tbo accompanying declaration
of independence, which may, however, be
altered, amended, or left out, as shall seem
best to thoie having the matter in charge.
W. O. Flaoo,
S. M. Burnt,
DCNEES llACKIY.
Executive committee,
Homo Advertisements.
BARKI
ENTERPRISE SAVING a
BA1STK.
CurMrel Mnroh St.lNHV.
ovricE of
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OMICKR8 :
A. II. SAKVOHO, President;
S. M. TAYLOR. Vlco-l'resldent;
II. HYSLOi', Secretary and Ti,
oasurcr
DiaacToatt
I'. M. IHsclat,
K. II. Hrww Lint.
Cms. GiMORaa,
I'iti. U. Beacn,
U. 1', Uiuititr,
K. Ii, Gl.1NINilllH,
1. M, I'mtLlM
DepoatUul ur Atnownl Hwlvrxtfrom
Tea Coal Lpwnrtla.
INTKKF.3T paid on depoiit at the ratflol tlx
A percent, pur annum, March Inland Heptcrn
her 1st. Interest oot withdrawn Is added Imme
diately to the principal of the denoalt, thereby
lflnn them eompouud interest.
MAllRIED WOIIEK AND CHlLbnUN MAT
DEPOSIT MONET
to tbat an om aui cm irniw it.
Open ever hueliieo day from a.m. to S p.m,,
and Haturday i''.nx lor HAVINU DKPoaiTt
oul.i from I to i a clock.
ftUOtt W. HTBLOl'. TruMirtT.
THE CITY NATIONAL
33 A.JWTC.
OAlHo,
OAl'ITA Is,
1 1, f . I tt O I H
If! 00,000
vrii'i
VT. P. JIALLIUAT, I're.liler.t ;
UKNllT L. IIALLIDAY. Vicfl'rMMtnl
A. II. HAPFORD, Oiuliier;
WALTKK HYHLOP, autsitn C.iihler
uicroMi
Htaits Tilton, Roscsr It. Orsniijnia
HtKKT L. IlitllD.T, W, P. llAtLIIXT,
On, 1). Wliutasot, Uiirnia Iliac
A. ii. BArlDKD.
Bxrbnnxfl, Vnln nod I'nlt! ntnl
Honda BoatTht nnd Mold.
D?P()9ITB rerelTd, and a nfnorsl Laaklnt
bUfllntihi done.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or caiiiii,
It. W. MliLKlt, I'reMdciit.
.1. M. I'll L ip.-. Vlce-l'rc'itlcnt.
CIU8. Cl'..m.oiiai, Cflihlcr.
COLLKOTIONS PKOMFTLY M.iOK
-
EXOtANdl", com, hunk oottoi nnd Unitn
dtAeii eeurltlva tomtit nud sold.
Inlnreat Allowod on 1 line IK-poalla.
l.WTKilM,
SAMUEL 1 WIIKKI.KH,
ATTOHNfiV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office over Klnt .S':itlnnal banlr. C-I.VIm
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Otllce over VI rut National lianlc.
-lMin
.lohu II. Jlulkey. Wlllam O. ilulkcy,
MI'LKUV & SOX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Oillce, rear rooms over Uumion'n bonk
More,
NO. 121 COMMEllCIAL AVKNUB,
Ilrtwcon Seventh aud Eighth streets.
r.-ll tf.
UHKKN & UlLiiKlt'Jly
ATTOltNKYb
A XI'
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William ll.Orern, 1
William U Uiltirrt, V CAIRO, ILLINIUM,
:ittnrClll.ert, J
STMppvia. attention jtivm tb Admliallr nd
earn boat biminof .
oirvitm omoi.Rvsa'.KoowB 7 ANn Iovkr
OITT NATIONAL HANK.
.JAM US II. SMITH,
A TTOE1TEY .A.T La.-W
FSUK INSUKAXL'i:
-ANI)-
Rkal Estatf. Aoent.
Will buy and oil all Mndt of real oMate,
pay taxes, rent hou-en, maku collection ami
iii'Kotitito lot id.
.MONEY TO LOAN.
$20,000 ill 6i!mi ol f'jOO to i,600 on im
pruwd real ttalc security in Cairo.
Store, manufacturing t"tablMiineiite,
dwellings and rurnltuic. IlulNanii cargoci
IiKiirud at reasonable ralenlu (irht-claxn cciui
pnnlci. Oitjck: No. 80 Ohio Levek.
5-18 tf. CAIRO. ILLS.
l'AHKElt & IILAKK,
cs mm ix
WALL PATER. PAINTP,
Pnllr, Uruituc.SIaeollue,
WINDOW aLABS.
WINDOW riUADIa,
4id th celebrated illnmlnatlnit
AUHOllA OIL,
HUOHn'tOILDINO, COP ilTU e)T. a OOM
M1U0UI IV.,
Cairo Iilinoia
Our Homo Advcrtisors.
HEAI. MTATI AUKSO.
John Q. llarman. Chu. Thrupp
JOHN Q. IlAKMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AND
CONVEYANCERS
Nos-lts for. olOlli Ht. nnd Ohio Ivre
Caiko, Ulikoir.
OlTcr lor sale nt low ficiires and oay tenm
the following real cslate i
( I All ciegillll Conner, ronin i nvuui
and Loctil ftrcct.", Is 27 and 28, Ii 1, thlrd.ad.
I.oti above grade. A lots In b 4, In uliat Is
known ai llu "Itldgc Ulock:" tho lot run
through tho block irom Fifteenth to Slx
tcentli idroetft, and the bct residence prop
erty In tlic city adjoining property highly
'"lN,o!i-l'.oti'n ntiil 1, b l.'. clty, Washington
avenue, liclwecn Thirteenth nnd Fourteenth
ptreet. wet fide, (food two-tory building
on earn lot.
Noll A l-u. vacant lot f and fi, adjoining
tho abnte. Lot II, b SI, city,
mi Sixth ftrcct. south Mile,
between Commercial and Washington ave
nucn, will be oold In tracts to suit purchaser,
Vitv lnv nml nncaiv tcMil.
No 4 Li)t7aiid!. has. comer ol Four
teenth and 1'opl.ir Mrcctn, front on l'oplar
street, writ flilc. onpo-lto pot-olllee blouV
No ; .Splendid liulneN buildiusf, leii
dence In second kt(iry, II roomv, hull and
Imnl and rear stairway, wateronboth lloor,
in iiuuiiicr one comimori; suuaieu on nunii
west rorner ul Commercial avenue and
Twcllth street. A great baigaiu If soy
conn.
No C Lot " and P. Ii 10. M ad, small
linii'c and stable on lot, liiiili ground, cor.
nor l'oplar and Twenty vlghlh stieet,
I'rlrc J.VH). nno.hftll rash.
No 7 Lot nnd new roltapc In No I order,
liall, tlirco rooms niul xiti'lion, ui I wcuiy
tirst street. Two splendid lot tu court
house block on l'oplar street corner.
No 8 Two cr desirable buslnc hnui'i
anil two lot, on Mxtli trcet between Com
mercial and Vahlngton avenue, will be
sold at term to pay purchaser rtntal of 'J.'i
per cent on invest tiiont.
.Ml II six 101 in n 'J!'. 1st ml. I " I
ground, SiOOeach on cay jiaMiicnls.
No 10 A welMinprotnl larm on tlin ills
sNeippt in Miolin, mile lieiow Cairo.
27Aacrcx, a large portion under cultivation,
urst-ciass uweiiuig House, nam and out
building. Will be sold very low or ex
changed for Improved Cairo property. A
rrat largaiu can no nail liy applying soon.
Til woncrtv I worthy Hie examination ol
auy person who desire to cngngo In infill-
iiil'. a it certain v l nun oi the most lei tile
ami productive tracts of land In the coun
try.
No 11 A splendid two-lory residence on
north cast corner of Walnut anil Ninth
street", with two Iot very desirable prop
crty. No 12 l.nt.H IS and 10, b 79 Miuth side ol
Tvvi'iity-first .street, opposite 'Convent
Illock verv desirable for residence nur-
poscv cheap.
No 13 A well Improved farm of 210 acres;
CO Hcrcsundcrcultlvatlon : hoiicand barn.
Itood orchnrd, hearing tree; running water
through farm above ovrrllow. One quarter
mile from station and depot ol Cairo A: M.
Loill railroad. Will bo told on eosy term
tor 12i per acre.
A KINK CliANCK TOIt INVKSTJIKXT.
Ill addition to tho foregoing wo oirer for
sale, or lease, a laruc number of vacant lot,
In dlitcrcnt parts ot the city, embracing No
I business and residence property.
In iinlintirovcd lands, we have for sale
nvcr2."i,000 acre In Alexander and l'ulakl
routine, at price ranging irom ?a lofi.-,
per acre, and aro prepared to olfer induce
mcnts to purcnaser that cannot lie eiuallcd
In Colorado. Texa or unv other place or liv
"any other man." A large ninountoil.-nd of
the very bet niality, In Alexander and Fit
lashl I'uiintlcs, belonging to the Illlnol Cen
tral Kallronu company, lor mo aie or which
wo arc tho u'-ents, will bo sold very low and
on such cay term that a person ol Indiiatri
on habits, with a very small sum of ready
money, ran in a icv year uccnme ttie
owner of a productlvn larm. We have
Iitals and description of all land nlTcred
tor sale nml wilt take pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all land
sold by ll guaranteed, and shown Irom the
pateuteo when required by abstracts. Ap
ply to .IOIIN t. IlAKMAN & CO.,
Cor. .Sixth and Lcveo .t., Cairo, UN.
June 7,487."I.
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AN
AUOTIONEEKS,
74 (tfECOXD TLOOR) OHIO LBVBX,
CA1IIO, lUi)
Bur and Sill Real Ebtatk,
PAY TAXES,
KUltNIHU ABSTRACTS OF TITLH
Ami rrrrxris CoDTojenpe. nf KloL'.
L.it.nui:ii.
i . .
WHITE COI.LAIt PLANING MILL
M WAI.I KllS. Croprlclor.
DEALKR 1
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AN It
LATII, SUlNOLIiS, OKDAH POSTS
IJOOHS, SAS11, BLINDS
OHDKH9 bOLIOITKD.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on shortest nolle.
Commercial avonue, between Tenth and
Kloventh strnutt
XiiXiXr-ois.
TOT
U. F. H It Y A N T ,
I'rniirlntiir
WXjITTJT mills
Near Tvvei.ty-isth Htrret,
Ohio Lkvkk,
CAIRO, ILLS
All kind ol l.nnilirr, Oak, Poplar, C'v -
ofVimoi "' VMt
j3T"l'.'ilrona(,'e solicited, and s'ltlslactlon
guaranteed. H-'.'ilf.
mi.i.iMKHr.
Oa KlghthHtreet, helweenCommeroUleiid Wh
tintaii Areuuee, Is dellr recelrioc
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or Tn
LATENT tl'HINO AND SUHMKIt KTTI.ES.
Iloslrtts t lull line ol
BOHKBTS &c HATS
ITrimraeil and unlrimmedj
KtlBNCn FLOWERfl. RIHBUN3, TBIMMINd'
of tll kind. I.scei, eU!., eto.
Mr. McOee hs Also lrjt Meortment f.
rnoj Article, uch a
NECK Tl.-t, OM.ABS, UNPKHflLKKVES,
HtJFFB, HAHHKfl, FANH,
And all other rticl muillr lomi In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mr. McOee, In addition to her gtock ol
r'auey and Jllllinery Ooodi, has line and
Complete wnortmont of Cincinnati Custnia
made L'sdlcn and Mlwei' Shoe and Chll
dreiu' JlooU, Black and, in COlow. 'ihee
areacknowledsedtobethe toajt and beit
ever In the market, and UiU It the only
bouie the city that tnakeithem a specialty
M RSMoGEB,
Homo Advertisements.
OfMIIMI
n rwAHUii.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
1 ai
FOHWARDINO and COMMISSION
MI'.KC'II A S T,
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
Aad Arfnnlii ol
O'.UC HIVKR AMI) CANAWI1A
sa.lt aojoPAsrxisei.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Caiko, Illinoih.
COFFEY, PACK CO.,
I'OHWAHIII N i
A K I)
COMMISSION MEKOIIANTS-
HEALKRV IX
II A V,
COl.X,
OATS,
.MEAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY l'UODUCK
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3-12tf
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AUI.
FOKWAKDINO MEHC1IANT9,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN I
' i
Oats, Huy, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIRS AN K'S SCALES
i
Ohio Leveo. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cement, l'l.KTEn, II air, Kt;.
No bl l.ivpt,,
XjlTI vvlll sell In ear load Iot-it nnnillac
llireis prices, adiliii lrclht. -(-'Ml
J. M. PniLLIPS i CO.,
Forwarding and Commiasioii
MERCHANTS,
WUARF-IIOAT FROPRIETORS.
Libert! AdrMicumeuis mJe etfSf
upon CouilimtneuU.. JC
Are prepared to recetre, itore ami torwsrd
rrelHhts to ell points ami hiij m l
sell on commiseiou,
Tllulnen( eiteDdcil to prnmptlf;
S. I). AVKHS. I'.', .1. AY Kit
AVERS -k CO.,
FLOUR
AKI1--
,
OESERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levek, Cairo, Illm.
l-7tr,
WOOD RITTKNUOW, & 11UQ
FLOUR
urn
Gjncral Comniirhioii Morclian
ll OHIO LKVKK,
1K T E R C Oil L,
Ka'liisttt
FLOUR MERCHANT
-AND
MILxiEEa' .A.GKE31TT,
No. HO OHIO LRVEK,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Homo Advortisomonts.
INHOHANCr.
TKUTONIA L I V H IN8UHANCH
COMPAHT,
CF CIIIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
Cknt'l.Ofkick, 171i WasiiwotomSt.
AOTIVA, SS50,000.
I hi Herman Mfo Insurance Company
larantce not only Fald-itp I'ollclc' l.ui
-o a Value In Casf, tho Non-forfeit re
guar
i plan
, JOHN A. HUCK,
; U. KNOUKLSDOUF,
- 1'resideVt
Hecrotary
mux w. i'i:ui:.ss.
Airt'Mt for ('alio :iin vicinity,
IJILVUlv JlijXl).
Si; I ION No. 17.
Asoilatlnn fur priiliiotlii'r l.lfr Iiimii.ihoi'
ami Sick Keltcl' h vveeklv dues ami iniitlinl
co-operutldii in object-' nt-iiuiillc licnclit.
The I.lle lnur.iuco I'nlirli's M l,f l..nnl
by Hie Trlllotiia l.llo llfllliilicr (Oliipauy,
II. MKYKUS, resident.
.IOIIN W. l'llClISS. Ao't.
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tMCts,
Htor(, Pcllln, Kuraitnri-, Hulls n. Cur
o, InsurnJ at uiw ks (.itl,lrM mm.j, i.-r
manent s'urltr will rrsnt.
I rr-t'cetfullj n.k r n,F citumsol IV '
l.m. o thoir 'lr)i.i-.
v. N.iiroirx.s.
W. II. Morru,
Nntirr Cuhlio.
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F1RK, HULL, CAROO, LI VE STOCK
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CO.NSnCTICnT MUTUAL, i.ikk,
Asset .li,WOXl (S'
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ACCIDENT,
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IUII.WAT I'AHSKNOKIW A'-nUKANOE
CO., HAKTFOKD, "
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SAFl-ORD, MORRIS i CANDIOE,
71 Ohlt. I'.nee,
:hm'i:his.n.
II. A.Thouis i it, ihoms
TJIOMS & IMIOTIIKIJ.
silcccosr- to I .I'lr -n,
COMMISSIONMEHIJIIANlSiHItOKEHS
AND HXA!.KItf IN
Sliitilnn.nl I'liiiey (Jroroi !,
t Foreign and Dumcttlc
! FEUITa -A 3TX) NUT3
lltl Comincrclil Avenue,
I CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS.
II Kit MAN SCII.M KTZSTOJtFK,
(Successor to II. Tliiclccke,;
Ileul. r In .111 KlniU
; FAMILY OROCEKIES
XN'ASIIINUTON AVKNUK,
IlEIVVI-.r.N TENTH AMI EI.E.SKNTII MltKKTs
Having pun hii-ed tltc jirorrrv t:illlU
i mentol II. Tliielc Ue, I shall alwnvs Keep
on liauil a Dill ami I'icsli supplv ol1 all tlm
best kooUs In my llnu, lo he fiiind in the
inurket. liv mi let attention to lui-liiess,
and lairilcalin;, I hope not onl to ictaiii
:ill tin; cllsloni the place has enjoyed in the
p.ist, lint to aid) to the list many new pull-ons.
Asking a fair share ur public patron-
K-peclfully, Ih:ii.vivN Scii.viKi.sfoiirr
I.HMII1IIANT ri)lii:TSt
IMMIGRANT TiCKK'JS
FOR SALE, ) f,raJe f l'OR SALh
VOR SALK.J Koj&telnJR HALK
Fare from LiveitrooL,
Faro from Londcndkuhy
Faro from Olasoow,
Faro from OuKiiNsiowN
TO CAIRO, i i : i : : : M 8 2P
"afford, Mor.l, ,t Cam! Acenli.
INMAN LINK
Liverpool Mew-Tuik stul rhllatielphie
Steamship Company,
rxnn cotact with csitsi sriTti amp ssunn
UUTCUKHlkll
For Cwrjlng tho Mi!
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
Ol Il HTMIl IxrOlHATIOII
Aqt
VIM'LY TO JOnN O. DALU,
16 Broadway, New. York, or to
H. Honpl,
WniilDglnn Avenua Cairo, lllfntu
Our Home Advertisers.
SAVE -MOXEV
And buy your
BOOTS .A-iTO SHOES
oi
II. JON US, .
(or, IViilli alrral nml S'niiiiiieultsl Av
I am now prep.ned Id mniiufacttire id
'prlii(,'stjli',ucli .'Kp.itciitlii.illii'r, innrroro
buck alnl call-s,lii boiitN. Shoe, Willi luisc
tiic", cork anil pump dIo, Scotch hottoin
nnd licvel cdi'u or any ollior stjlo voinvl-li
I am nl-o lii-iuill'ucliiriiic; an ixtr:i riuallty
ol billies' slices, .My miilviliil nml vvols,
nmiisi) arc warranted to Im ol tho lien. I
mil determined to not Im uuili iold lor tlio
same tpt.illt) ol cnod,
ltri;ililii)i ilouii iiiiitly and on short
notice It. .Iosf.x.
N'HW HOOT AND SI10K STOIIH
,lu-t opened
a i ( im sun oi i tic ki;i imur.
Conxcn or Skv k.ntii Siiikut ani Wash
in uto.v Ankni k.
CM III), I. 1. 1XO IS.
Where I Invite all flic idtldi of (':tlrn
and siiriminillnx countiy to call and ce ll
they cannot au mono v. a I will sell vii)
low. I have adopted the old motto, "The
Minble I'enny I Hotter than the Slow Mx
ponce." S. .s. JIAT.SON
4-ld-tf
.MiM:r.i.i,..i:(tr-.
(ATif, I'KTUItS,
IB LAO KSMIT I-I
4'or i:tci' mil niul lii ir IV.,
Inlnrni tho puhlla tint be hicn!.M?eii the
service of a Klrsl-cl:i Waon m.il.er.iiid
al-o a Klrst-cl.i" Ilor-n shoer and I ready
to iiiinufKi'tiiii) and epiirall kind nf vvoru
in tlil trade with tm.ilr and dispatch,
rw.:im.
NEr LIVERY STARl
TF.NTTI STREKT, V
nKTWECK WAflll'sf AVEUCK AKII WALMt''!
Ir. II. r. rirUn nfotm. tn J-uliIic that h
. V K li Y A T A H 1, K
"en tho tnrllijt mct.i of Tenth street cu
Ilia f-'We will Ui furnlh.l with nons hut th-
EEST HORSES
AND GOOD VRIIICLKS.
and the pnldlc may be acrominoil.ic at al
hours of the day nnd nljht with safe teams
on the lowest term.
Or. Field ask a share olptibllc patronac
and will endeavor to merit tt by fair dealing
aud strict attention In Imsl
hkm! sm:ow.v & co
RAG MA N U FA CT IT RE R3
A or. nts IIomk Cotton Mills
NO. t!0 Ohio Uvt'c, Cairo, lit
1.5.2m.
WAI? I) & ROBERTS.
PAINTERS
Oeai.kiin in Wixi.ow Shade-,
Vai.i. Papkr, I'cbk Wiiiti:
I.kad, Lts'HRni O"
A IJ 110 If A OIL,
Si'imw Tfrn-ESTiNK. Oi r.
Shki.i.ap, Alcohol, Ktc, Ktc
V:ililii!;toii avonuo mel Ivleveiith treet.
C'Air.o, ... Iiusii
NEW VOltlC STOtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAIiar.1T VA III STY TOOK IN THK CITY
GOODS SOLD VKKV CLOSE.
t'orner or Nlneleenlli utrcvt mill I'mu
iiierclitl Atiiii
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. ,
O. O. I'ATlKi
WA( MANUK ACTOR V
Fur Sale al Wholesale or ltctU.
cmt.NKit .i'Ji)-sntr.i:T A-NI' mo lk t
Cairn, Illinois,
mi " j t. o k a II I. k
" tS?' C. Jl.Tiin.V wislics tl 0
public to lie informed that ho
lias on liand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets .ns extcn
sivo as any in tho Southwest,
and that ho is determined to
sell ovory articlo at prices
lower than tho lowest. Cal
on him to-day and oxamino
o-oods and prices. Ho will
satisfy,y9u l)0th as to auality
and cost.

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