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TBI DOLLAR WKKltLY BULLETIN
Joka H. Obtrlr hu reduced the subscrlp
tlon price or the Wmkly Cairo JIcllmti.i
t Om Dollar per annum, maUnfi It the
eueaMstpipjr pittilliaadlndaiitlieru Illlnol
tng niHr on every pwgw,
Thb ETaniYlllo board of hoalth denlis
ttt the cholera U epidemic In that city.
Tai Odd Fellows of Cincinnati will
calibrate tboToyrth of July find Schuy
lar.Colfaxjilil kddreu them.
Stroxo pressure li being brought to
bear on 1'rosldont Grant to Induca hi in to
remove Secretary Richardson, ( tho
treasury department.
Tuk rumor that Hon. M. O. Korr, ono
of the talked-abont Indiana congressmen.
it to taka'edltorial cbarrjo of the Ihdlanap.
oils 'Son tlnol' hat beeti'dentcd.
It ll cheeky In Afr. Ronton of tlin
Joneaboro 'Gazotte,' a gentleman who
has earned n italo reputation at tlio
doad-hoador of Egypt, and whopayacaih
for nothing ho can pay far In brassy
cbeeklotst, to donounco tlio Illlnnli Press
Association aa a dlsgraco to tlio fraternity
.dead-boat Inalltutlon. Tlio aisocla
tlon la far from perfect, but It is n more
reputable body tliun It was some years
ago. Then bo was n member of It, and
now ho la not.
fioK. 0. II. Faivwell, member of con
gress from the Chicago dlitrlct, wrltos to
tlio 'Times thnt tha amount of back pay
due him waa drawn by tlio serjeant-at-arms
of,, tho homo at hla request and to
turned ,tq the United States troaaury.
Very good fjr -Mr. Farwoll, but'pnloss
members can proro that tho pay
was returned aoon after tlio close
of the sossion, the tune haa about arrived
when tho lota said nbout the baclt-pay by
any of them tho bettor.
Tnc Iioulavillo 'Courler-Journnl' anyt:
"Mr. Llncolo'a well-known war a lory ol
"Don't atop to awap horaea whllo ciosalng
a aire. m,' which haa paatod, Into n pro
1 erb, ombodlea a bit of advice for appro
1 henilve people, In regard to tho multu
pliclty of newapapar romodlea and
'propbyluctica asalnat the 'provnlllng dlt
'eaae' which abound In tbo riowspapcia.
Get your pbyalclan to recommend pn
1 vontivo, If you want one, and bo aatltflod
1 with that without 'awapplUR horaoi.' Itv
l llV IIm. itmU ..... I 1 1 .V
.. uu m .iiiiiu i:rivu iinn i.iiiilitt:u lit.'
1 various preventives tmhUtheri, ho la In
good condition to start for tho splrlt-Und
'without tho help of an attack of tho 'pro
1 vailing disease' "
iTn passenger and froight achodulua of
nearly alT'tho railroad companies of
tbla atato havo bean rovlicd tu conforiii
with the new law ostensibly o; but, Ii
aecma lou, all the ullclala who have had
hand In the preparation of Ihoacliodulpn,
have, 'Whllo pretondlng to comply with the
law, endeavorod to constrtio it to as tu
make It obnoxious and thus sccuro lla ro
peal. If thU i the object Bought to be
obtained by tho railroad corporation
doing bualnoat In thla atato the oll'orl
will miscarry. All tho attempts of tho
kind will meet with determined opposition
from the people, who havn, wo believe
comel;tbe'' conclusion, that a victory
nspstWjWonOTeT.the monopolists oven if
It should roqulre.uard Bghtlng for a con-
tury, and tho Use of jail tho weapons of
revolution, to aeewtj it.
The Joneab'ore$'AdvrtUer' hat been
indulging In doe. trlt at ear expcnio. Ii
remarkk, in ft Wte iHtti, that' we aro not
only a dog'urM.Hbla la mount in a
Pick wlcMamJailaVft dog with a pro
penslWlf ise'p ."A sheep-killing
veHKHMMlonod by an Itinocont ro-
raff y tie to tup ciroct tiiat
;ayr?j thiataUclouely aplcy sheet
lWi4MM'"''lo'ng enough to know
tWat' jSwiliilliaj'lw had aald about a cur
W ; iiABd just lor that-io
api't.(mt-e editor or tho 'Adrer
tUiVjcal' utVVhbop-kllllrjg dog. Ilo
koih bla chares la not true. Wo havo
oKemtheen la hla vlelnltv: and all who
all
1 laat MUI teat la to aav. who know Ihe
V .o.v. W
' .t-ItVl'll.'' ..' f . .
,iimr; i uk uyo eicapoa mo
tuncT'iMting doTourcd.u a dog do-
toAMBThad aver cot close to him.
JaiM.'MHoa. lr! Egypt that can
jWWWso,'hepUh than the 'Ad
Ttylrmn.'!yin must pardon us. We
aailL klarMrdon' in thai lantrunn bn
i iMiLxz: ....
u m iUkN.
''Tki.to 'sfes'ister, aiys ''The Cairo
;' SraiTirpiiMjunijied farmer's
,(4wtsMAl up'tr IU eyes, and indorses
i 'anuaiai aaw evcrywiiag tuui is siarte.i
' 1 St 7 II T ' I 'a, a 1
HHVHpi7wvB. m w ut4 11W HUUTT
iu,. lllWo.'" The 'Register' has
V Sever aeec u allowing with lrgln cows,
- - v "d niu IIVI11VR1B
.7ifaTO.WJ''!'''u12,JV'ii0 larmor s
AV?!,,'1 a.MonTy sacrlDce.
Sio larmera. iiu. wo
oiDg, ami'avls the
1 I. M . .
itaa democralto
pij- for this
,r ueaoerau
" tsn.t...
Mafi.tonatt
----T-r-
Ja" 1 L
I -uoeriy tons geawM tarmar, ana bad
v jAnia lUn Mm nlnmltj with . n I S... M.
VDaW m hscllned W'thlnk ho waa dsns.
nd tho local Democrat ,rto not iery
heavy wolghU Mi,uppOrters ni nnj
papor. Thyoft6B cry "give," '"n
glvo anythlnjf'lhewHrlvea. Tho 'Renjster,
anouiu xurn, nway irom men iimu"."
It know that Tub IIlli.iitin nolofiori
stumbles Into tho wrong path) and It
should tako tho path at onco along which
It muit Inevitable travel tho path In
which walka The lttami. AVo nro
anxloua for tho conversion of tho Itegla
tor.' AVo llko Its company, and wo ro
grel to (Oo It advancing backwarda In
company wifh IU neighbor, tho Mournnl.'
Wo entreat It to nbout faco. Turn, A!or
rllt, turn ; why will you always go ahead
wrong end foremost and got Into tho rlgM
holo by coming out of tho wrong ono?
HOOK NOTIONS.
Tug Al.DtNit for July la a capital iiilin
b?r, both aa regnrda Ita art and it lltcra
turo. It opona with a fult-pago llltittra
tion, printed In' tint, and entitled "Ontch
Hlml" This Is onoof Mr. .John S. Jnv'
studies of otilld life, and n very vtenlleiit
ono, too. "Moonlight on thn Hhenan-
doah" ia thotillo of tho first of n serlea of
llvo illustrations drawn by -Mr. ). 1)
Woodward, wlioto themes are tlin ccenury
of tho Old Dominion, which is chiefly se
lected In thla Instnnco from tho region
around llarper'a Kerry and tho Hlieimu.
doah. ilr. Klir.a Orcatorox traniportaua
to OldTow York, in her ap.rlted skoteh
of "Hell Oalo Torry," which Is one of the
most characteristic local drawings over
contributed to tho 'Aldllio.' "A Dainty
Hit," Hfler Otto Meyer, is delicious enough
to provoko an cplcuru and n lover. There
is an ablo purtralt of "Tho Countess
I'otoskl;" n lino nrcliltccturnl vlnw of
"Tho Krnuonklrcho, Nuromburg;" n wood
bind scono entitled tho "Tho Onset," by 0,
Kroner ; and n wolrd picture of a
bittern, as wo suppose, stand
ing uloliu In a duHulutu iiiarah
upon which thn moon 14 Just rising. This,
which Is after Dahl, Is a most poullo mid
Impresslvo realization ol "Solitudu." Tho
lltoraturo of tho 'Aldtno' ii always us ex
cellent, and genorully moro vanml than
any other American nmgnr.lno. Thuro aro
in the present nmnlior four good storlnn :
"Sugaring OIT," a study of Now Knglnnd
life, by -Mrs. II, (I. llowu, whoso nauiu I
now to us; "Koturn In I'euco," a study of
old homo life in tho statu of Now York,
by J.ucy Kllen Guernsey; "Tho Cornel,"
by Krckinann-Cliatrimj and "Tho Turk
Itli Slljipor," by Mnurlco Harlnmnn. The
more solid nrtlclos aro a readable editor
lal on "Tho Old Dominion," apropos to
Mr. Woodward's illustrationa; another on
"Tho Frauoiiklrclir, Nuromborgj" and "A
Life's Jtomance," n brief memoir of "Tho
Countess I'otozkl." Music, art and litem
turo nro intelligently and independently
discussed. Altogether tho nnnibor Is ro'
markably good. .Subscription prlco $",
Including chromoa "Villngo Hollo " und
"Crossing tho Moor." .Tames Nuttoii A
O.i., publlshurs, 69 Maiden f.ano, N. i .
Kci.kctio M aqazi.vk, Tho 'Kclcotlo'
for July Is on our tablo, and probably tho
tho most brilliant number of any mtigu-
r.lno that 1ms been lisiiml during thn year,
ll hat conlrltutlons from wtllera no loss
eminent limn 1'rof, Tyndnll, wlio writes
'of "Niagara Tails;" Prof. Huxley, who
discusses llio "I'robloins of tho Duop Son;
Prof. Mux Jlfullor, whoso "Lectures on
Mr. Darwln'i Philosophy of Langungo"
aro tho meat important of rccont attacks
on "Darwinism;" and .Mr, Tom llugbus,
who trents in a most suggaillvo niannor of
tho various "Probloma of Civilization."
Other valuublo papers are! "Charles
Cumto do Montaleii'borti" "I.oula Na
poleon, Painted by a Cotomporiuy j"
"llomeipun 8onge,"hy Sam Slick, ,lr.,j
"NorlhlumborlHiid liousoand the Percys ;"
"Siimo odo Pays;" "Too Soon;" and
Capt. M. V, Maury.-'
This numbor begins n new volumo, aad
offers a favorablo opportunity to subs;rlbe.
Publlshod by U. It. Pelton, 108 Fulton
street, Now York. TA!rms,$5 ayoar; two
copier, $0. Single number, !& cents.
WooD'a Houar.tioi.il Maqaxixe fur
July is Bhad of any provlous number
and when wo consider Its usus.1 standard,
oicellccco, this is raro pralso Indeed, It
is household not only in nnino but In char
a:tor,iuiJ Its table ot contents shows a won
0 or fill adaptation of articles to tho Individ-
iiaUuombora of tho family filrule, ''Sim s
J.lttlo Oirl," a tumporoco story by Mary
Hartwoll, "Weathor-touch lllock," by
Karl Kaso, "How tho Vow was Kept" by
ll. V. Osborne, "Lunatics at Largo," by
P.ov. V. V. Holland, and "Tho Deolai-.f
tlon of Imloporiduiico," by J. II. Wnkoky,
D D, aio among tho moro notlcoablo ar
Holes. Tho Oliildrons' Department is
crowded full, and contains a poom, In
baby-talk, which, without doubt, will bo
varv ncooptublo t tho littlo onca, 'lb
'prlco of tho mngaiilno ia ono dollar a year,
Address, 'Wooji'h Household Maoa
zi.vis, Nowburgh, N. Y,
i.tiMiii:ii.
li, V. li H V ANT,
I'ruiirJrtnr
Wj.Xj3rTJT nyriL3iS
Near Twetty-stxtli Street,
Ohio Lkykb, - CAIRO, ILLS
au wmi oi l.uraticr, tian, s-opiar, uy.
pre, Walnut, etc., dulivored in any part
oi ino city irco oi cuargo.
SSTPatronago eolicitcd, and satlilactlon
Ifuaraiueuu. u-m ii.
WHITE UOLLAIU'LANING MILL
n WALTKItfs, rroprtcttir,
BiAltaia
HARD and SOFT LTTMBBU
aW w
LATH, SHINGLES, OKDAR POSTS
DOOHS, tsA8Il, HLIND3
ORDKUS SOICITip.
Steamboat Lumber,
FurulahsJ oa aurtaat noiiee..
Commeiclal avenuo, between Tenth n
ieventt streets
1 JLIR'O: lilljXlsrOIS
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, Jb'NE 28, 1873.
Homo AdVortiacinonts.
l.ltWTKKfli
aAMUKTiI, WilKUIiHll,.-
ATTOHNKY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
UAIltO, UjLIKOIS.
Ofllce over Klrct Nntlonal bunk. S-lMm
"WILLIAM J. jALIjBN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OA1KO, ILLINOIS.
Olllccnvnr l'ltt National bank. ,1-lMm
John II. .Mulkcy.
MULKIiV
Wtll.imC. .Mulkcy,
it SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
.OA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
Oilier, rear rooms over Hannon's book
siorc,
NO. 11 COMMKIIUIAI. AVKJIUK,
llchvi'ui Sou'iith und l.'lglilli ttrreU.
Ml If.
OJtliliN & OIJsUKKT,
ATTOKNKYh
OOUNSELOltS AT LAW,
William !l.(lnin,
tv'illinm II lllllx'tt,
Mile l'.(lllt.rtt,
UAIltO, IM.INOIB.
srHprni. Ktlantion glvan lo AJmlrsllr anil
anilat Inline.
IKflOH OIIIOI.KVX,1100M 1 All) IMIVMB
(1ITT NATIOKAI. IIAKK.
I'll V MM ANN.
A. J. HOH, .M. 1)..
Ilinliiir neimiiienllv looalcd 111 Cnlro.lendcrs
his iirolestloiiiilito erlces to tlio Inhabitants
ol llie city mill vicinity.
Iti'slili'iice and nllli o (for Ihe present) cor
ner Walnut mill I wi'iity-llrcl Mreeis. uncro
ho may bo con-ulteil nl nil hour.-. S-.V;m.
11. miKHIAM, M. I).,
Itntncnpathlo Physlchut mid Purpeon. 01
llco l.'UI CoiiimerciiiliiviMiue. Heclileiicecoi
iicrol lllovenlhniidCeiliirhlrect. lU'l tl.
1)U. IK 0. TAHEIt,
Will rosiimo tho practlco ol his profession
ivllh especial rolerenee lo tho clectrica
.leaimeni oi uiseaxesin au uie now unci uif
uroieilmclhoils of antilli'iitlou.
In all cuc ol' .cmalo cniuplalnts a nil)'
.VIM no in .iiienu.ince.
OIUco, lUCoiiinierclHl aionue, up talrn.
II. AVAHDNKR, M. D.
Oillca and ltcnldcnco 111 Commercial nvc
tine, (next iloortotlie Athciieuin),
WILLI am h. smith, m. d.
IlKDUUSNUK No. 2t ThirlMDih sItmI, I).
1 V twii WHHhiiiKinn Hvmiuk am! Witlnul atrBt
,nin-.lli Oauiiiii.um MicQii, up Ktklrn.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKH1DKNOK oornfrMiith ami H'nlnul
(LOllioe ooiiif r HUH ulri'i-l unil Ohio 1hth,
tliun hour front fl a.m, tu 18 in., anil U ,t.in
1)1!. g. k. douglas,
'DDEHnTTIST.
A conklatit (iiinnlv ol niiro Nllrous Oxide
(ln. for tho imln'i't.s oMniellon of leclli, nt
the Denial llooiusol Dr, Dough), nicceor
i Dr. A. ,M, Austin, i.igiitu licet. r.-iti
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COA1
coivrdPA-TSfy.
Ia prsiiirtl to oipjiy nusii-nat i'i
MTTSBUllG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OUDKUH lelt at Hallldav llros. oltice. e
OHIO i.kvkr, or at tlio Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten.
Hon. The T'.fl "iloNTAUK" will lirlnir cos I
rnuiiiii' to stniimer at iny hnui r
I'B T K K 0 U ll L,
!elH'Hr
FLOUR MERCHANT
ANI
So. o iiiin i.r.vEi:,
3-'J0tf. OMItO, ILLINOIS.'
misM'r.miH
11. A. Thorns I.. I), Thorns
TIIOMS k HUOTllEH,
Succctosrs to II. JI.Il ll Cll,
COMMISSION aMERCHANISiBROKEHS
AND IlRALKIt.S UN
Nlipto and I'nncy l.rororlva,
yorclgn and Domestic
2TXlTJITa -A TSTXTTS
131 Commerclsl Avenue,
OAIKO, . . ILLINOIS.
HERMAN SCILMETZSTOHFl',
(Successor to H. Thlclcckc.)
niMitir In All Hindu
FAMILY GROCERIES
"WASHINUTON AVENUE,
IlKTVf KKK TSNIll AND KI.KNKSTII STHKKT.1
Having purchased tho grocery establleh.
incut ot II. Thlelecko, I ahull alwava keei
on hand a full ami fresh supply of all tlio
beat goods in wy lino, to bo found in the
mantel, uy ainci uiicmioii 10 uusm
and fair dcallnc. I bono nut only to re
all the custom the place haa enjoyed In tho
past, out lo aua to me usi many now pa
trona. AsUng fsttt share of public patron
affl.
Kespectfully, Heumak ScnnsTziYonrr
Our Homo Advortisora.
I II l.l I 1 I WW"4 ! I
ENTER rilTSE SAT.INGB'
Dlfsrlerfd Mrsr cl HI.
riCK of
CITY NATIONAL DANK, 0A1KO
OFflCKKSI
A. II. HAKKOltU.Prcstdent ;
H, 8. TAVI-Olt, Vlcc-Prcfldent',
11. IIYHLOP, secretary anil lieasuru
I. M. llAkOLAl,
P. il.HliH.Rrl.sTn,
It. It, UCKSIStlUM,
I'avi (I. HrtlDii,
II. 1', lltllll'At
J, 11. 1'uiLLirs
Oxnoatl l iinj Aiuntml Ilr-lvstlroii
'Inn nl llpiurl.
LKThHKBT DKid on deposit l ll) rale ol al
niropnl. pnranoiim, Maieh Island ttcpH'in-b-r
Iki. IiiIpiswI nol wltliUrnwn Is adiln linimii
llalnlj In lie rtlii'lnl "f II"' "le.illa, Hierrlrt
K'tnx (hem cimipeiii"' intoresl
UAHHIBll WOMKIf ANt OIIILDnKN MAT
DJtl'OHtT UONKT
) III1T U01 BII OtH I'Sin IT.
Opon et r hiisln" dj from m.m, to 3 i.m.
nnrt MM.inUt er .m lr UAV1MI DKl'OblT'
onl., Trim In o clnok.
tumi W, IITHIiOl'.TfoMUroi.
TIIK CITY NATIONAL
IS A.3fC.
I lit. INIIIh
' f
UAlMTAJi,
suno.ooi
W. 1', ItALhlUAr, I'retldi-nU
HUNlir I IIALMDAY, Vicr-rrsMfi..
A. H.HAPFOllt), Utshlori
WALTIIh IIYHI.O!', tiiti'taOulilr
Dintrrossi
Htaits TiTinn. HostiiT II. Cc.Milssiu
llcim I.. Hi.i.ii.T. W. I'. llAiMDir.
din, U, Wiuustn, BtirnsN limn
st a. n UArrvHD.
lift'.'intttt, llolfi nri.t t'nllr.l nsnlm
Motiili iluimht unit Molil.
IifPOHITH rwelTeit, nml a fnnrnl l.aakln
hui!irH nun.
fcURST NATIONAL I3AJW
III' IIAItltl,
It. XV. MliLr.it, I'r 'shlcnt.
.1. M. I'll I. .ira. Vb c-Pro-ldent.
C'll.vs. CliisM.NOIMM, Cashlor,
OOLLIIUTIONS PP.0M1TJ,V Main
I.lXCllAMUF:, coin, trnok nol ami Uaii
li UUlel srcmlll's bcup.ht anil aoU
Inl'tr.! Allnwxt n 'I lino 1e !!
uvrcssa-.tin.
1'IIJL. HOWARD,
STE A M UO AT U DT CHER
t'lly .Vnllinii.l llmiK lliilltlluii.
tta.Hreml Attpr.lion pant loonier troni siesn
busts niKht orls
11Y LAND tS AUElt,
BTJTOHBBS
AND DKAI.KUB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK EVERY DlCUIP 'TON,
Comer ltlth troet unit Commercial aVcnu
lioxt iloor to tlio lljl.iiiil saloon.
11-lCtf. CAIRO. ILLS.
JACOH WALTER,
BUTOHBB
ASU nE.tI.KII IN
FRESH MEAT,
KlQltTll SinKBT, llKTWKltK VA8nlNOIO
ANpCOMMKHCIAL AvXNUUD,
ttljtiliilnit Itl'tMitiiinsn mill llmiujr'h
Keen Ihe lirst er llrot. fork. Mutton Ve
Luniti. Shiissuh. to.. ti ro Drfpuml lo m.
otttsiiQii In thu iiiost noceptiitiU iimuaer.
JOHN HM1TJI,
(SucccMir lo James KynaMon,)
liUTCIIKH AKXI DRALXII IK ALL KlNUtl 0
TllKSII it HATS.
COU.NKU NlNr.TKNTIt AND PorLAll Si.,
CMHU, ILLI.NOIS.
ltuys ae l slaughters only tho hett caillc,
hoKrt aui. sheet), and is nreiiurcd to till im
(leuiuuil lor Irusli meats troni ono pound to
HM1 mmioHnil linilllll
WINKS AM, I.SIKII KM.
R.. SMYTH ti CO.,
iiihiiii aaaatH a !
WHOLESALE GR00ER8,
omo LKYXB
UAIHO, ILLINOIS,
Also, iioap constaotlr on hanit a most com
Plate atook of
isicaTJoita-
BOOICH AKD IKISn WU16K1K0 "
0 I M B,- " '
Port, Madorlo, Sherry and Catawba AViDe
It, Smith & Co. are nUo spent lor r?rrn
cer, McKay Al o,'n I'itll tiss. alf,ol whlih
lariro stock, I kept conslantl) -oni huiul at
ini'irwooicwuo Htorci
DENNIS HALEY
Has now on hand all kinds nl 1
DRY OOKDAND STOVE AVOOD
For tale. Leave orders at
TfM. XLTJQC'B STOBK,
Homo. AdvortiWraents.
!lietf j ipnhile;' rio.ruWadlr. "n
"mil, HULL, OAKOO, MVK.STOOK
' , AOC1DKNT, L1FK,
I 3JT Q XT E. A 3ST C 3J.
JET HA. UAHTFUItl'i
U -,M9,Ml V
NOKTII AMERICA, I'A.,
Asset J,78,ono on
HAJlTFOnil, CONN.,
tMl - 12,01 S.I1U Ti
PliatNlX, HAItTFURII,
AaiiStS,, MM...MM.ll,781,14a ft
INTlcnNATlONAL, N. Y., '
unrtn : ,3V99S
l'irrfAM,l!AHTKOUl),
si r - nii.i'n
olkvki.ani.olevi:land,
nseta 15.t7S t"
IIOHH, COLUMIIUS,
Asset u 81M.J78 I,
AMKIUOAN OBN'THAl Mil.,
UrtW - ,"
OONNEOTIOOTMUtOAL. LtrV., .
K,tt m jJD.ooe.oco ic
THAVF.liF.lia', IIAKTFUKU, L1K1 A.NI)
Acutnr.Nr,
l-mt IIW I""
KAILU'At PAHMItKOEllH A-SUKA.NCK
00., HA ItTKOHl),
lss.u M 5i";,ui.i is
lKDKI'ENHEMT, I10BTON,
t'snt I0,KJ IK
dAFKOHD, MOHltia & OANDEB,
71 Uliln l.vo,
FIRE AND MARINE
OOMMMIO,
KlAtlAIU, M. Y.,
Unit (1,-136,111
OXttMAKlA, it. T.,
nANOVRH, N, Y.,
1,W.,71 l
tsBfit.., ., m. h .7'-A 1
ItKl'UIILlC, N, Y.,
Issel .71I.V9M
Comprising tht Undsrwrltrrs' AMioy,
YOHKKIl!", N.sY.,
AL1FVNY CITY,
Asiat .
...tsvas
riHEUKll'8 FUND, . T.,
ISAtS...
8K0OIIITY, N. Y. IIABINK,
mriMt .. t,IM.Mi
Wtoies, DirelHoRs, Fiirnltnre, Hull and t'
irs, msuro'l "it raie aa rMrrnuiBHn ouon,
anoni spctiruv mil wsrrHnw
1 ri'sptMlfnllr ntlt of tlio oltlsnnsot Cs
mtrof their ptronu3.
O.N.IIllUHliN.
f KUTONIA LIFE INSUHANCI
COMPA2STT.
OK OHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
Ceni'l-Oktiok, 17V! WahhinotomSt.
.OTIVA, S650.00U
'1'liK (lerman Lite Insurance Cotnimti
ilarantce not only Paid-up Policies bu
d-n a vultio in i;aii ou ino .ou-ionciiur'
dsn
UN A. IIUCK. - - - ProBldei
1. KNOUELMDOitP, - - - Hccrotar
.Kills, W. l'HUKSS.
Aucut for Cairo and vicinity,
HISMAHIC DUN!).
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting I.lfu Insiiranct
unl btcK Kriiei iy wceKiy iiucs anil imituii
o-oncratloti In obiectsol nut) lo bcncllt.
The l.llo IiiHiiriiuco Policies will be l.-miei
y the Tcutonlu l.llo Insurance Cotupany.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN AV. 1'IIUESS, Ao't.
for S'HlrtiHnil VloliiHr
iinitjiMoNi rotiWAttliisii
-oou urTTMNIIOU.S & RH(
FLOUR
A1
G mural Uommisnion Morclmn
IHtOlllO LKVl'.K,
i. 1). AYCU3. E. J. Aykii
AYERS & CO.,
PLOUB
AM)
tlKNERAL COMMISSION MEI10I1AN1
No. 78 Ohio Lrvkk, Uaiho, Ills.
l-7tf.
IM.UIUHA.r TIOHCTM
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOR SALE, ) Fergal. r KOR SALb
' I For Hale J
ITOR SALE, j Koriut'l KOR HALF.
Faro from LivjertroOL,
Faro from Lonuchdkrry
Fare from Olauuow,
Faro from Qubknbtown
TO CAIRO, i : ; : : : : fl !i
U"on, Mortit A Candcc Accnti.
INMAN LINK
Llturrool New.Toik and Fhtlnlflphis
Stoamahip Company,
Ciosa coataicr witb currrn ataiaa ano amrisl
goTiaiutiTa
For Carrying tn Mail, ; ,
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rpariua iroaTi) ..
VtH'LY TO JOHN, Q. D,ALR, A at
IJ IlifisrlwAj-, Me.Yoili, 'arto
n. nanpi.
JOHNSON &' RILLIaSGLY,
CARPENTERS &, JOINERS
Mion on TmMilli Nlre( .Belwes
i-op r sssrsit-i mnl vtisaioaax'sti
Af.nuK, i '
Are prepared to do all kludi ot wort In
heir lino; in nnt-cltss, workman-like etywi
and at aa reasonable rate aa aay firm la.tM,
city. All order attended to promptly. f
hare of Uio-publlc patronajre Ii wipjelfflw
ollclted, Mw
r.
7;f Our Homo Adfertisbrs. :
nMMRARTfS,
ti ALLIlJTA BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
(tt : ,
1
rOHWAHDINn'ANti rnMMT'WIfsK "r l,"!ln' flioe. My material iuiiI work
twHftttiuU ANIi Ui)lMIaiurs munjhlp are warraiite'l to bo ol Ihe best. I
SI f. II (I II A H TK,
DEALERS IN FJ OUR ;
Anil A'oii- nl
onio mvr.n ani kaiiAwiia
if.'
70 Ohio Lf.vki:,
Cairo Illinois
MILLER k' PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
All
KOUWAUDIKG ilKHUUANTB,
A Nil
EALERS IN FLOUR, QOlil
Oats, Hay, etc.,
UIENTS yon FAIRBANKS SCALE-
Ohio l.evco. CAIttO. UJ.IN01S.
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
I I) X IV It II 1 .V u
A N I)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DKALKIU IN
HAY,
CORN,
OATS,
MEAL
"LOU It AND COUNTRY l'RODUCt
OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3-12tf
0. CLOSE,
iJENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plastkii, Uaiii, Etc
JVo Slliln I.rscti,
.EITI will sell In car loud lots at in uiulau
i lurcrs' prices aiiumg irriuiit, 4-M-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
forwarding and Commisaioi
MERCHANTS,
AID
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS
Lltiernl AdvanesTneiiin tnil s
upon Cnnslgntaonts. tWv
Are prepsrnd to recoirn, store and lorvard
frclnhtr lo kit wlnl nnd kiuj and
ell on uouimlaslon,
Sl"lliilnas ails nded to nrnmitlT;
JOHN B. PHLL1S & SON,
(Huceisor to John 11. Phtlli.,)
GENERAL COMMISSI Oh
ASD
-FORAVARDING MERCHANTS
AMP
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATF,
Flonr, Meal, Bran, &c, .
i oh. UJ N'Ul-KT. am. OHJO LEVI
OA11IO, ILLH.
t. V. U ATnUBS.. 3 0 UIIL
MATHUSS & Unii
Afin KEHAti
C O M M I S 8 1 ON.M E R C HANTS
OKALKIW t.N
IAY AND WESTERN1 rRODUOJ',
OIIUS t.KVs-r,
G. M. ALDEN'ifc.CO,,
FLOUR'AND COABIISSION
I ' .
'' , (!, -
Vo. lN Ono XTir, - OAIKO, ILLS
Tlm
Our Homo AdvortisorB
or AV fkf t ST 1 SV ad
t4Sl(tt,(MM,li',tMt'aMaSs,ttrtMMW
SAVE MONEY
And buy your
BOOT.SA3STOBHOB1S
OP
It. JONES,
Tor. IVntl, nireel nticl t'ninmerclal Av
1 am now tirennrnl fn ttniniirFirltirrt i,l
fining styles, audi a patent leather, morroco
buck ami call-skin hoots. Hlmes. with Imv
iocs, corn anil pump otc, rotii Imttnins
aim novel cuko or any ot tier stylo you wl.li
1 am also liiamifiiclnrim. nn iYtt-i iiiinltiw
uiu iiciurniiniKi io uoi ni) tiniicrsou: ior 1110
samo (ii;illly ol goods.
ucp.uritht iiono neatly mnl on Miorl
notice ll. .Ionks.
NEW HOOT AttD SHOE STORE
Just opened
Al lllefil.cn t.rihc KKII IIIMsT.
CoitNKn of Skvf.nth Stmskt and AVash.
lNuruM Ani-vi;k,
CM HO, ILLINOIS.
Whcrn I invito nil thn citizens of I'Atn
and nitrnuiidlng country to call nnd sec ll
Ihey c'inuot mo money, an I will sell very
low, I huvi adopted thn old motto, "TJio
..inline i tsniiy is iicucr iiuiti inn mow six
pence." S. S. ilAToON
4-10-11
.nisrKi.i.A.NKUsjs.
BUMIS, BROWN & CO.,
BACr MANUFACTURERS
AdENTB Home Coxion Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
i-3-2tn.
AVARD k ROBERTS,
PAIITTBBS
Dealers i.v AAriNnow,SiiAni!,
AVali, PArEn, Point AViiitb
Lkak, LiNsicr.i) Oil
ATJHOH A OIL,
Sl'IRITK TunrsNTiKE, Oluk
Shkllai', Alcoiiki.-, Ere, Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh street.
OAity, ... iLt.lNOt
CARL PETERS,
BLACKSMITH
C'or.r.tovf suit mnl Pisisl sr '..
Informs tho public that he hacnjr.ixeu tho
enlccsofn First-class Wat-on makcrnnd
dhoii Hrsl-clas Horse snoer ami isreauy
in maoufucturo and rnairall kinds of worx
In this trade with npalr und dispatch,
fl.13 l... '
aEW livery stable
TENTH STREET,
HKTWEKN Vp'ABirn AVKKUK AHB WALNUT
Dr. 11. F. Fields Informs Inn public that he ha
opeoed a
L 1 V E 11 Y 8 T A li L R
"D the northwest aide of Tenth alreet aa nam
tint.
Ill H'able will be furnlatied with nen but .tht
BEST HOUSES
AND OOOD VEHICLES.
.mil tho public may bo accommodated at al
hours of the duraud nlcbt'wilh sate trams
on the lo vest tonus.
Or. Molds uiks u sharo nfmibllonatronace
and will endcanr to merit It by lair deullug
and Ml let attention to bus1'
WAG . MANUFACTORY
lir Salo nt AVholcsalo or Rctiil.
00HNF.n :12n-8TllKF,T ANP OHIO LKVB1'
Cairn, Illinois,
in j p. UAMnf.sc
NEW YORK STOxtE,
WHOLESALE AND' RETAIL.
LAHOtsr VARIKTT STOOK IN TIIK CITT
OOODSSOLD VERY OLOHK.
Corner ol Nlnvt.-t-nils aSrsws itssil Coin
luortlal Avcnu
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
0. O. PATIK
niLLiNEstr.
.... MRS.JHoGEE
On Eighth -treet,hiw(!eal!o id hierclal and Wash 1
DKtoa Are me, I dallT notTsf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or tub
LATXHT f 1'IUNO AND BUMSIKn TTLJte,
lieimoaa lull line of t,
soisr.j'rs &c hats 1
ITnmmad aad nntnmtnad,)
fliKNOU FLOWEI18. BIUhOi;'TKntMIN08
of all kind. Laoas, to., ato.
Mrs, Medea has a'laq a, lam aMortmeat o
Fsncy,rllci',auch a 4 ' f.
And all ether arliclea usuallj found In a
FIUST-OLAS.S MILLINERY STORK
Mr. McQee. n Addition, to her stock of
Fancy and MlUlnery Uooda, haa a fine and
CVnipl?tejrtoent of ClnclnnaU Custom
miide Ldle ,5Jd Misses' Shoe wdCb.ll.-'
dwwr'JMtj: '.DlMk and m Colon,' fteii
rewteevtodced.tobe the flneH at beat
ever la rwt, and this Is te'O01y
bouse the oltr that makes them ;eclalty
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