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THE BULLETIN.
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PaT rnb l.hella Ills eras ill-trol.
JjllN ILOBKULY. Editor mJ Publisher
TKMM9 OF TOT PAILi HULLKTIN f
V
iin. v.erbVwrrter. laadvaixe W Cv
One year br carrier, It ijot pild la Itwruii. Lut Tuesday morning they
advance l.'.l ll w ' ut '-5 sxall wood near Routo'a Point.
ni month. bV Bull
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BPLLETIN
John 11. Oberly ha reduced tae sub-crtp-tlm
price ot the VVieslt CaIho Brt.lBTl
to One Dollar per annum, cuklca: It th
imjiu,is,ir,i tsi.u lu-Jjliasrn lllinol
null mailer n every !
Piles are now drlr-n hy run powder
Tin .hab of Persia I. brute, accord
inc to our ideas of what constitute ele
gtnl deportment; but ho sports mesnlfl
cont jne1s, and that fact covers a multi
tude of ehortcomincs.
Hrx t Wattemun, tbo rselly txcel
lent editor of the Louiaville 'Courier
Jou-nal.'li writing lettert from Kutopt
where he Ii now travelling. He like
Gambette nd Cattclar. Th former be
clli the winning rare for tho lony run
ard Castolar ti great at he.
. ....
Wattet)!.').v declares ho would rather
he a citizen of Louisiana, than n well-t-do
citizen of London, Urine undor tb
thadow f Mr Burke's coeval lowers, and
of that comtltutlon which U ao balrt and
fenced in by lim'tatlnettatutei u to deny
fair man & chance in bit own country
Til !: railroad freii;ftt agentt aro pur
poteiy rniicomtruing the railroad law
Ifaey arairekinc to make it obnoxioai.
Hut, beforo they git through with
it, they tfill tlnJ that thry
hro running their head against
none wall and are icjaring their own
ntereut by their foolitb conduct.
Tut SprgUUvMas.) Republican
'.tuthfully says, "that thrre will bo a dem
ocratic party in this country presently, a
party founding itie.fupon equai. rights
and local self-government, a party lcziti-
mauly Inheriting and cherishing all that
a v tal una ptrmntentln tho icllorscn-j "'i
.an luiiliur.!. it bevend a doubt. TAui ' 1 Pi!
this party will be a very U.rent affair
U athelsteunhmented, whose political
iaithandtcachlngwereadmlrahlv.ummed
up In lit own rorite formuJa, 'D a
te rljiger'
Jiiqi: Cbaio it advertised aslhi I'ourtb
if July orator at a Farmers' celobratl'i
at Knxvilio In this state. Tho udg
tbculd devote all hit spare time to tb'
tu iy u!' law iLcJ.not indulge in spread
gle. II u uuy, we presume, indulge in
a central remsrk or two, on groat occa
un- like the natal day celvbra'.ion, com
plimenury of Atuertcnn institutions ; W
he mutv becateiul never to triv tUat thi
is th poopl.." country-that "they mak j
atiu unm.ko, nnd that their creatures can-' n1 ,i0 P'eJe., so no aoci no; ao vio
not be tolerated when tbev st I '"" 10 "r interfere with the righ'.t of
' -T.- , f 1 .
up the claim of being bojonu .
the power of Uio poi'plo. Such
power of Uio po'plO.
attertiont are clearly Improper In a Judg
Thiy prove that the man who utters then
hat made up his mind that railroad corpu
rations are not sovorofgn in Illinois o
a iy other slato, and that a a con-,
quvnee h is unlit to occupy a position m,
tae bunch. It, buwever, the ju Igi sboui
managu to get in a word or two aliu
vested rights and intimnto that u railron
charter ii u contract wntob gives the com
pany organized under it a right to !
what il may please, be would lc up
plauded as a gentleman of Snu lgal alii
tins and a wry propjr nun for judge o'
any court.
limci LT the biography of Hiram l'.
ers, .culplor, lately dec-Hed florttic.
Italy, Is at fellows: lie wns born
Woodilock, Vt., July "JO, 15'lj, w .ittf
at a hotel, travollei for a trade-man, ain
apprentice to a elookniaker at Ciacinr.at-
U rbcsivea hu Cnt iuitruction in model-
ing from a l'ritulku sculptor, who hp
penad to be in that city executing a bus
ol Gen. Jackson, and to a short tinn
loaned to form busts himself, and wi -
exxuted modalliont. Encouraged by lb
success os thet earlv eS'irti. he
went to WaibinRt-jn, whence, owing u
tha aulitance of a patron, Mr. Lot.
worth, bo was enabiwl to .tart in 1S37 !
Florence. Aftrr much ttmlloui appllta-
tlon, be produced, in isS. bis figur o
"Ere," foilowod by the 'Greek Slave,
exhibited in the Lundnn exhibition i
1651. Tali statu has Uren wldily cel
bratod, and placed its creator In tbo from
rank of liv ng sculptors. Copies of it tv
been ordered by tbo most eminent Erin
lih and conlinuutal cQnnoissours, and bv
leveral distiugutthtd Amoncan art-collec-tort.
Among Mr. Powers' other worts
may be namod ' II l'unieroia," "The
Fither-Bov," "California,' "Amonca.'
statues of 'Washington and Calhoun,
busts of Chief Justice Marshal', Adan.s,
Webster, Van Hurn, and others '
A'UKL.
"Whtu Nortttru ujen do determine to
indulge In the danger and pleasurotof
the code, they u- rmrally sncaa what in
the slang phrase of the day is u .!, "bus
lasss.'V They do nut, like iomo of the good
people acton the lino, iiiaho a great ua,e,
and Anally lubiide into profound tilenco
A few days ago two New Yorker
fought a very pleasant duel in Canada.
There wai much pluck exhibited, and
luckily no .blood shed. The circumstan
ces which lod to tho dud and ite details
re at follows
A roan bytbe'nutao of II. "W. Gray,
good-looking tnau although a Ni
Yolker, had a verjj lovelywife, a daugh
t.rof (HfW ji, jrajert, whoever b
may be, and grand daughter of lion Rev
erdy Jobnaon. Mrvtliay, whoji stock
broker, member of the firm of Gray it
Aery,t7;Bi4VWnmevlm; 0 lo,V
coMlduMktmtV!i'.H tRe, as a
for bli abilities end locare lltttt for her
ailf. At thlino'portu'nV moment John A
lteetttbcr; n6a of a coaii merchant, came'
upon til econc. Hcckiher it good-looking
dd Generally known lady's man.
He conquered the affrctlons of Mrs. Gray (
The knwWge of his disgrace soon goi
int.T Gray t mind, and he lectins frmziod.
Ta will wo Gray and lleckshcr crossed
taw Cjvaitafew days ngo, with their
V..--.J .,, ...h nfhnr.
1-1 , V l ... V - v....
tv . .1. aiw miM At thi wnril ''llr '
fiitjla at lii pc
HcJiJit dtscharced hit plitol into the
:euod. At the word "one." Gray fired
it ti eneay Bnwlng, Carroll Liv
inctoce, iff-ond of Urekthcr, aked t ''Do
you demand turtber atifsction? ' l'ait
lag hi bat and bowing, Claton, Gray'i
tn:ond, reiponded "We cannot.' iThe
agreement limited the parties to ono ihot.)
Ulcasher, who had not quitted hit potl
twn, after tbu polite Interchange, re
marked "I thiuk I itu 'hit j'" but he
vm mittakeo. T tt ball of Oray'i plitol
Lad cut lleckihcr'i clothei on the left
thigh without wounding their wearer.
The prttes then quilted tho field. 'On
leaTlng. on entering, ays tho newip.n
per account, "they raiiM their hau with a
meroly lorm&l lalulatlon." It wa, in
thott, a mxicl duel.
ABE WE A DEMOC1! VT '
Our amiable friend of the Mound City
'Journal' hai discovered in lion. W. W.
O llricn' letter of dinial that he hai gone
vcr to the Radicals, a rebuke of and er
eral "dlgi" s.y, heavy and otherwUe at
u. W may bo obtuie, lut are unablo to I
iic ver In the Innuage of the l'jria i
tatestnan't letter that which can be con-
ttrued either into n "rebuke or a '-dig'.
fbc letter containa only tho commone't of
political commonplaces, having about them
nothing that glitters. I
own paper the I'eorla 'Democrat' had
said that ho bad moved into tbo Kadical
camp, and had tuggestud that wc, of the
opposition could get along without him
and Anally ovor:otn and stamp out ot
the politics of the country tho bane of
Radicalism. In response, ho said lie hail
not gone over to tho Radicals but pro
posed tondhoro to tho Democratic party,
"whose principles and policies time and
experience havo proven to bo tho best
('interest an J pro.pority of our whole
In part this is satlif.ctorv. The fact l
Jlr- 'Uficn ht' cot &n6 ovor 10 I
Radicalism is gratifying; but what par-'
"c.B'r """u "u ""-b
old Democratic partv can be used to any
ood purpote, at this time, wo aro unable
to understand.
We baliove the priuciples of tho Demo
cratic party are wise principles. They
nd an oiiitenca beforo the constitution of
th United States w adopted, They do
not exist because tho constitution oxists.
r)y wero not created by it. It it their
reature, but not perfect not squared by
iheni. They arn of tho essence of tho in-
litrent and inalianablo rights of mas 1
I'bey tecoguuo the equality of all men
''foru tt;0 'w-tho riSht of each to du
". one eiie iu iniocraiic pritcipiet
nny be found tho doctrine of "free trade,''
mini; tin term in its molt comprehensive
suiiie, and in which indeed is embraced
all of -'the law and tho prophets." The
pirty which shall lay its foundations upon
ttiHse broad principles should be succrss
f il; but, whether succeislul or not, with
i we shall ad by what uco soever it
utv designated. We will not I
act with this Democratic party or
an l.tdtcal prty or tbe
Liberal party, it it roluiei to stand
jurtroly on this platform.
All existing parties havebeen untrue to
tirt principles, the UemiKratlc party I
uh tho othor two. It has, as thi others '
iave, wor.btppe.1 at tho altar of strange
ids It has bein all thlngi by tUrsi and '
toihing long. Il hat con'inct-l u tbt i
woile Democratic principal arowse, and, ,
i i our opinion, the life of fr initti s-
t ns, the priacipb-i of the IJea';st
,.rtT arn not Democratic prineij.'..
N'mthtr Mr. O'Urien cor the Mouraai' .
ctn deny this, and make good th deilal i
by proi.j'.
NotoJy can tell to-day what sre the I
.iriDClplel or the pollcUs of the Democrat- ,
ic party. Biregard, ft'. Sew OfUact.
ii aounces bis at the true platform or .
i and
Democracy. Tblt t' 'Journal' d. - j
ounces, dtclaring that " uowd itn itt i
Kger! it u rallying cry of the lvn
Mt Dumocr'.t. In 1'iim vlvauia
m.i promictit uf tb Dmocrau are pro -
-
lectiuniitt; in w lurk taey ar ' tsooa
Lord and good Dnl'' politician
given to the us of l&ngatga ,
iiuacing anything aci nothing, and no-1
where is their language clear and nxpllclt.
rn.iv li.vn Tin nrtnrinlei t srir!. rivnurrltei i
iu doctrine they bavo become theapolo
gists of dishonesty in action. Their Itaueri
hv bven partakers at the flwh ots of j
villainy -Lave moblllerad T.itb the mob-'
liinrs. graohd with the grabVori nnd I
roobed with the Twaeditcs. I
Wo aro told thut these shortcomings
! are to ! tefnr:incl, aud the parly it to bo
regenerate;!, it this is line, Ibin the re
formed parly will be, to all intents and
purposes, u new parly, and the Krcatest
Impediment in ill way will be the record
oi tho old party. It Will be very beauti
ful of course a kind of political butterfly j
and Itt principal mission will be to ex.
plain hnw it becamo a butturtly, having
ouco hoo a hairy and horrid caterpillar.
Wo M'lsb to be avd this trouble. We
wish 'to throw tho old ahull away and deny
It in the futuro to start out on n new
path, and dealing with the people with
down-rlght honesty, uppeal to them to be
come ndvorttM of correct political prin
ciples. This wo know means a new party, and
we are not forgetful nt the fact that new
parties cannot be manufactured to order.
They grow out of the exigencies of the
timet. Thoy are not made. But we b
llevelbu Is near at band when the
cecocMllloa of the people will requiru a
uw political orgaolaHleo, and trust it
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY, JLY
All tho lirni of the time polnl to that
rotult. The O'Brions do not those
signs, and dcclnro our vision defootlvo.
It may ul Walt n little longor.
SAMUEL I'- WIIUKLKH,
ATTOttSEV & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIHO, ILLIKOId.
OiUcc over First Natlonst bank.
Wl 1,1,1 AM J. AM.K.V,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Offlcc over First National bank. !M'r3ni
John 11. Mulley. Wlll.im 0. .Mulke).
MULKEY & iiO.V,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
oaicc, rear rooms over llannon' book
store,
V . 121 C0UMEKC1AL AVCVUt,
lie tu cell .Seventh 'and Klghth street'..
Vlttf.
UKEEN & QILHEKT,
ATTORNKYb
ass
COUNHELORS AT LAW,
rt'llllam H.GreeD, )
Willura II Giltrl, V CAIRO, ILMNOIB,
Miles r.Olliert. )
awdpcia. atuntion ctlTra to Admlrattr and 1
amooai unsioefi.
ifftOl OHIO LV, BOOMS 7 AND 8 0VM
OITT WaTlnWAL HWK.
VTCUBaM.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
City Sfalluntt! Bank Bnlldlsssj.
eavepeciai ati.ution paid soowera irom.tesn
JIYLAND tc SAUER,
STJT OHERS
am dralrsb ik
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF L'VKRY DEsCRU'i'lO-V.
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to the Hyland saloon.
11-lOtf. CAIRO. ILLS.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND DEALER IN'
FRESH M K AT,
KiniiTil Stksxt, Betwkch Washixoth.-
AKD COUSIERCIAL AVIXCES,
tdlntnlBB HI svnhuaae and llnnnj'-
Krp ihe v't ot bt, eork, Muttou VV
i.oib, Su., tc., td r pr prl to n
iiisnt In ibe mot Mrptblt mDDr,
JOHN SMITH.
tiucce-,r to .tames Kyns-ton.
ttrrcuBk tax, Dealkk u all Kit- o.
Fbxtit Meats.
GoP-ver hL.tirrE.vni iMi I'oplak 3Tn..
' ...
UT' ac-j utrwtr only tne wt earn'.
iKuand'tor frsn troiii one piticl to
ten u-i.uar.it tx.iit.dt.
iitshntiii rii tter
INMAN LINE
L.l;;r.. r Tl( iM Hv'.lti
iietmiisbip Qnnpany,
' tracr -it(ita tiassa .t ssit..
rr Cur j tn it,. WmI
FOR PAsaAGK TICKETS
a iiii.ii irtitTi9t
I . , if.fri' ,f ...a,. .
1 ' ' rl'1 "-'"'".' uuu vqv
IS h,'.n.), h.i ten. sru
H. Hnr.l
PARKER 1 iil.AK K,
sstistlla
- l WALL PAPER, PAIIS'If,
fattr. Mnalur, Uaillnr,
vriU'DO'Vr 3-LASB.
WIMLlOW HRAfJIt,
iui lt calatiriMd illumtutu
AURORA OIL.
uuosh'loii.diwo oob Aru it. a com
maoi' iv.,
OAian . . Illihois.
You can buy six
and ono-half lba. Durant's
A Cotfeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orloans
Sugar for One Dollar; Bobi
throo and ono-half libs. Primo
Rio Coffoo, Ono Dollar ; Roat
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Serontv-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ov
ery thing proportionately cheap
at Hiram Bixby.
Our Homo Advortiaors."
BaK
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
BA-3STIC.
omcx or
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
urriciKs:
A. H. HAKKORD. i'resldent;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
u. uiaLiur, oeoroiary anu neaiurei
Maacroui
P. u. liARCUl,
C U.dtucari.ara.
Csu, GiLloaia
I'avl (i. Honea,
H li uvaauaaAM,
ii. r. niuiK,
1, M, CRitLirs.
Ilsswslsaol sua Amount Rocolvedlrun
Tees Crmim L'pwara.
MTtKKMT pans on deposit at the rate ot u
L percent. ?ff annum, March 1st and tipttn
br In. lBMrt not withdrawn Is r.dded immi
dlatelj loll principal of the deposit, thervt.
(('Jl men cuninjuau lo.rrmi
UARkMKD WOUIM AXD cniLCBSSM ktAl
UIPOStT M0HIT
so t hit so baa sui can tu IT.
Upen ever; buslcM day from a.m. to S p.m.
ad Haiurda; T-.n lur HAVING DEPOOIT
onit rrom 6 to lo cloc
oca.
sum)
W. HT8L,0H.Traaari.
I'HE CITY NATIONAL
B A. JSTIC.
(1AIHO,
CAPITAL,
ILLIMOIH
100,000
orriciiu
W. P. I1ALLIDAT, PTMldeLt;
HE.NRT L. BALLIDAT, Vice-Prcildcai
A. It. tlAFFORD.Cuhier;
WALTKMiTlLOP, AilUlta Caihier-
piaicruasi
STtavs TiiLoa, Rosiar B. Orsaiiaaiii
Hanai L. Uiujut, W. p. Hatuaar,
Qso. I). Wuluhsoi, Braraaa Hiaa
A. B.Sirroab.
KxeSuuace. Ootsa staxl Vmtt Itatasi
Bossda Bssaurnt stasl Mll.
DiPOSlTb received, aad a (enaral banktn
tn.cs dona.
FIRST NATIONAL BAN
or CAIRO,
R. W. MtiLr.lt, Prnsldent.
.1. M I'll L .IPs. Vlce-Pre-ldelit.
Cilia. Cl.s.MMiiUM, Cashier.
OOLLECTIONU PROMPTLY MaD
EXCIIANGE, eoln, bank notes and Uniw
titatrs securities bontbt acd sold.
Istsrssi 4llowid o lltue Dpals
I.KHREB.
B. F. B R Y A N T ,
I'roprletur
ii'ear TweLty-stxtb Street,
Onto Levee, - CAIRO, ILL
All kinds o! Lumber, Oak, Poplar, Cy-pre-!-,
Walnut, etc., delivered la any part
ot the city free ot charge.
3-Patronage solicited, and satisfaction
guaranteed. 3-Uitl.
W HITK COLLAR PLANING MILL
9 MAbTEH a roprlrlor.
VSALII. I.
i AKD an i. 61) FT LL'MBb
A?H
ATH, aUINCrLL.-), CEDAR Putil
DUOltS, rfAhll, BLINDs
ORDERS SOLICITED.
STEAMBOAT LUMBP.il
S'nraisns '.a .-,rtt ootira
ljrurjjrdal avnu, between Tenth and
Eiotentb itreelt
XiXXiIItTOIS.
T.
fHTSSlt IAS
a"j" r6e, m. b
Having pertotufrnliy located in L'alro,tender
lii. proftr-louable cere.i to tic inhabitant
ol the city nd ttilnlty.
tt-ldenc and otUee star the present) cor
ner Walnut and Twnty-ttri itrett. vbere
be nuy If. cn.ulted ai all ho'jrt, i.V;m,
H. ri. BHIGHAM, M. I)
llotnjpatbio l'tiilcln and nurireon
Of.
ni.e isi imtnercUiavcnu, Jti'ddencecor
utrul Eeteuth at,d Cedar street
03-11.
DR. B. C. TABKJt,
Will resume the practice nt hi profession
wltb especial reference U the eleetrica
reatment ol diseases In all the uew and lev
rotedmetiiods of application.
In all caaes of lernaie complalnta a ad)
wlU be In Attendance,
Office, lltfi Commercial avenue, up stairs.
II. WARDNKR, M. D.
Office and Residence HI Commercial ate
nuc, 'next door to the Athenemn).
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
ItEHJUKNCK .-o, 11 Thirtoaoth atrMt, b
IV lea Waahiotrion si sou and Walnut itiatl.
jmo li"OomnikrcUlaTaa, up stairs.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
i raiur'lr.r. coraarNinth and Walnot sts.
tvortJ ootosr ntxtt slrasl aad Oblo lv.
irnoa bourt rrom a a.m. mum, aaa v p.m
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant tutinlv ol nure Nitrous Oxide
Gas, for tho painless extraction of teeth, at
tne Denial Itooms oi nr. U0URlJi, auvveiror
to l)r A. M. Au-tln, Eighth street. Mil
JOHNSON k BILLINGSLV,
CARPENTERS & JOINERS
!ioi tssa TwMltls lrt Hater, ess
I'osiHr Blraol ansl nM.i.arcial
A, nun.
Are prepared to do all klnde of work In
heir line in Brst-cliss, workman-llke style,
and at as reasonable ratei a, any firm is the
city. All order! auenuea w prosssptiv. a
bar of tat DUbUc patrofltirt It retrpe clfullv
1, 1873.
Hort(o Advertisements.
UHSVBAMC.
H, Morns,
Kotiry Puuie. No, Pub. and tf. H. Com
K1RB, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIKE,
Jmri, HAkTFUHD,
tM.... .M i,M9,M
MORTH AMERICA. PA.,
tista............., .... ....e.lM,ooo to
HARTFORD, CONN.,
ssU-.. ............. .tt,M 4.110 ?!
PHCKMtX, IUR1PORI),
"SM ....l,tll,t
IttTSRMATlOMAL, N. T
t....M ,. HMtum, . ll,US,tM
PUThAH.HAKTFORl),
. T0,J7
Of.EVKLAMD, CLEVEUNU,
..-.......- ol,TS W
UOMsl, COLUMBUS,
- iiM.ri i
AMERICAN CI.lTRAL, MO
- . I&OO.OU)
CO.N.NEOIICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
...txo,ojQ,oin i
THAVELKRH', HARIPORU, LIFE AWU
AOOIDENT,
.,Hs... ... M......l,too,o' I
RAILWAY PAH8KNOERH A-BUBANCE
CO., UARTFORD,
4 !. m fl'urw t
IVDttriJIDIVT, B0IT0V,
A ! . teso.Min
SAFFORD, MORRIS 4 (JANDEK,
71 Ohi I.
FIRE AND MARINE
VIAOARA.W. T.,
Asstti
IhlMimillMIIHIHM Masts its
OI1KASIA, X. T.,
RAVOTBE, X.
.ll,4M,JU
AsssUh
..t,,nt ;
.....IP! Ml O
Assets
ISMtS ,
BRrUBLIO, N.
Tlt.tXJ l.
Compiislns: tht Uadsrwrlton' AAtno;.
TOXKRW, V. T,
...MS iM
ALBAXT C1TT,
Assets ,
,.M,tS
firburx's fcxd, s. f
tssKs...
RCURITT, X. T. atATUXB,
tuns.
1.UJ.M9
tllores. Delllnsr, Fareltira. Hull and Car
net, Intured at rata aa favorable sound, per
inat aMuritv will warrant,
I resMotrallv ask of tb ettlntol Ca
nareof tbair patronat.
CI.atCDHKI.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
COMPAWT.
OF OHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
Cksr'L.Orricm, lTSYTAaniKOToxST.
IGTIVA, SS50.000.
Thta German Lite Insurance Compan)
ruaranteoa not only Paid-up Policies but
Uso a Value In Cain on the Non-forfeiture
plan
OHN A. IIUCK, - Presldonl
J. KNOBELHDORP, - Hccretary
JOnN W. I'RUESS,
Arent for Cairo and 1clnity.
BISMA"iufilTJND.
SECTION NO.' 47.
Asaoctatlon for promoting Life Inturance
nd Sick ltellef by weekly duea and mutual
ii-opcmlon in object of public benefit.
The I. lie Insurance Policies will be iuet
y the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, President
JOHN W. PR U ESS, Ao'T.
rnv'tSm .ssit VUtssltr
UBSSCKRIMI.
II. A. Thomn
v
L. D. Thoma
"TIIOMS k BROTHER,
Succe.oirs Vt II. M.ilulen,
UMMISSIUNMFsIU'HANISsBKOKEKS
axi, uaii.xm in
MUple mtd fancy tir:rt,
foreign and Domestic
FTmUTTB -A 2TX3 2STUTS
121 fmmerclal Avenue,
CAIRO. . ILLINOIS
HERM A N Slill M ETZSTORF F,
'Sucesor to H. Thieleekt.)
Deal, r Its All faUnda
FAMILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVENUE,
nETwr.r.M lEKTit a an rlrnkjith BTtirxTH
Havlnx purchased the grocery establish
ment ol If. Thlelei.'ke, I shall alwayii keep
on baud a full and fresh supply of all the
Ix-tt goods lit tny line, to hv fuund In the
lusrket. Br dtrict attention to business,
and fair dealing, I hope not only to retain
all the cuntom the place ban enjoyed In the
iiait, but to add to the list many now pa
irons. Ankllig a fair share of public patron
age, R-spectrully, Hemak ScilMRTxeTOiiKf
wiFir AMR MUOOaaa.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLKSALK GROCERS,
OR I O L1VBB
OAIIU, ULIlell,
A!so, kp ocaataatlt' oa hand a most cam
1U stock of
LIQTJOBB.
OOTOB AXD IKIIB WBUUB
Q I It H,
fort, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba "W ln
R. Smith k Co. areaUo epetite for Epen
cer.llcKey Co.' pjitt,ur ale, til sI,itJb
lar itoek. ta kept cobiUoUy ob Mud-t
tlilrtueleale store,
S.fQ..Hoiqe AdVttisers.
H!LLIDAYnBKOTHER5J
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING amd OOMMIB8ION
IHdH AITR,
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
Aad Asteau ef
UUIO HITBR AXD KA.f AWIIA
salt co3wrrj.xTi33a.
70 Ohio Lkvbb,
Caisui, Illisois.
MILLEK k PAUKEB,
GENERAL COMMISSIO I
set
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
aab
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COR
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCA LB'
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLLNOIH.
COFFEY, PACE k CO.,
reiwtiiiiitu
a x v
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DKALEKI IN
HAY,
CORN.
OATS,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
S-12tf
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
I.ntK, Uxmk.mt, Plabtkr, Haisi. Etc.
All Ohio I.rvr.
CUT I will sell In car load lotx at manufac
turer' price., adding Irellit,
J. M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
r'orwardiug and Couimission
MERCHANTS,
aao
WUARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS
Llbaral Adsaocsinsbis mad
open Coasts-amenta.
r prpard lo raisa, .lore ad torwtrd
rrelaht lo ti point and tiuj and
II on oomml.iinn,
Huusm aiundad to iir'imptlT.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
iBuecors to John II. Phltlis.i
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATP,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
or. UNTD-HT. aI OI'K IrVr
OAIRO. ILL.
PE T E R U U 11 L,
Eir'n St
FLOUR MERCHANT
-AM
No. v isiiits i.kv:i;
3-20 tf. ('MHO, ILLINOIS.
O. M. A LI) EN & CO.,
FLOURAND COMMISSION
Our Homo Adyertiwrt.
BOOT Al HOEH
SAVE MONEY
And buy your'
BO OTPS BHOES
or
It. JONES,
'r. Ttatls slrett nu CasMuterclal Av
I am now prepared to manufa'ture el
pringtjrles,su-chti' patent leather, morroco
buck anil call-skin Imota Hlioes. with box
toes, cork and pump note, Ncetcb bottoms
ainltK-vcl cdK" or any other style ynu wish
I am also manufacturing an extra quality
of ladies' shoes, My material and work
manship are warranted to be ot the bet. 1
am determined to not be undersold tor the
same quality ot goods.
Repairing done neatly and on abort
notice It. Jonks,
NEW HOOT AND SHOE STORE
Just opened
Attbfllliss rihe BED BtVT,
Conn or Urvkxto Stiucit axu Wasu-
INOTOX ANKNUK.
CM KO, ILLINOIS.
Where I Invite all the cltlzeni of Cairo
and NiirrouudlnK country to call and see il
they cannot aave mony, ail will cll very
low. I hate adopted the old motto, "The
Nimble Penny Is Belter than the Slow fit,
penco." H. S. MATSON
4-10-tf
viM'r.i.f.AEut;).
HEM IS, BROWN & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
Agents Home Cotton Mills
NO. SO Ohio Levee. Cairo. Ills.
t-Mtn.
WARD k ROBERTS,
PAI2STTEBS
DCALER 1 WlXIKJW SlIAtlU,
YALL I'ai-er. 1'l'rr White
l.r.kii, LiNsr.ii Oil
AURORA OIL,
Si'iRiie Turi'bxtisb, Olur
Shellac, Aicoimu Etc, Etc.
Washington avenue and Kletenth street.
Caiko, - - ILLI.VOI
CARL PETERS,
BLACKSMITH
Cor i:er s h aail Jpl sr
Inlorms the putille that bn bascnjraireu tue
n ires of a Klrl-"IM Wairon mikerand
alo .1 Klrt-clas IIor shoer and l ready
to manufacture and cpairall klnda of work
I in linn trade witn npair ami uirpaicn.
.pWlin.
MEAL.xew LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
nCTWKKN WAVn'X AVEXCI AXD WALKU1
Dr. it. K. rialds Informs ta public tbt k b
opnd
LIVERY STABLE
nn Ui northwest sid of Tsnlh strM a aata
Ikt.
Ills H'sble. will lie futniaiiad with na but tb
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at al
houra of the day and night with safe teams
on the lo vest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronace
ami will endeavor to merit it by fair dtalinf
and strict attention to bus1'
WAG .. MANUFACTORY
For Sale at Wholesale or Roteil.
OOBNEB 32D-HTKIET AND OUIO LEV Rl
Cairn, Illinois.
Ill J t WAWBI.IC
NEW YORK STOxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROKaT VARIETY ITOOE IX TUB OITT
GOODS SOLD V BUY CLOSE.
Dai riser of Nlnntmath atreai aatS sjotss
nsarelal Avossns
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
(J. O. I'ATIK
Ml 1,1.1 it Batt.
1 KS. M o'J K K.
i Khtn irei, I.en.HonUi.ii merolaland Was
' 'on AT I lea, I- rec. Ilia
NEW MILLINERY .JOOD?
nr ths
LATRHT BTKINO AND BUMUKR 1TTLI"
He. ulna a lull line nf
i 1ST IT BTB Ac EI ATS
ITnnirae and untrimroM.J
ns-NOtl FLMWKKH, KIHHUNe;, TKIMMINHH
nf all klnda. LacKS, te o.
Mr. Medna has alto a lam aortmnt o
earm Articles, sueh as
vkok ritjWDzyu,
tnd all oiherartielea usnallr found la a
FIRHT-OLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mm. McOee. In addition to honstock ol
Fancy and Millinery d, has a ane and
Complete artin"t J ymilnnatl ctwtoa
made Udlef and Ucf, Htm, and Coil-
drena' noota. 8Uok ?"liCoort. Then
reackiiowlecljred to be Ute flnMt and best , ,
bovtM the KT ttW "kM theai a iptKlaltr

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