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Coanlr. Iht aiily .Mornlne: Dm''
mi. Htm I li. Nuiiin-rii Illinois,
JjIINII. OHKltl.Y. Kditm- arii! Publisher '
TKRMS OKTnK lAllA 1MJLI.KTIN:
One week, by carrier f 23
One year by carrier, Insdvanco 10 ()
One sear by c-irrlor U not p ild In
Irae month, by mall........ IW
1'nreo monthK , .1 00
Sit month " ss
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THE DOLLAR WKEKLY HHLLKTIN
John II. Oherly ha reduced tho subscrip
tion pricr ot the Wkkki.v Cairo Uiillktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It tho
e!tdip44tpi,jrp i Uii liuioiilUcrti llllnol
Hri1l-K utitltor on s-vrry it".
Trie Illinois Stalo Tcinpornr.ro Union
meols In Jacksonville on tho Sixteenth
Sixteen' thousand pooplo died In Now
York city In the year 1872 from "prevent
able diseases." This unnecofary mortal
ity In a populnthm of ono million souls I
foarful and is bv no iilCHns rrodltablo to
tho great metropolis
The Tii;ros, onci nl tho rcturnril Tesoi
of Cpt. Hirs cipsilllon, has boon thor
oughly ropalred and roflitcJ, and made
afo, found and comfortable for nn Arctic
Tuyage. She sails from Now York to-day
on her t'ip to tho ico regions in search of
It Is current in SVathiiigton atnon?
well-informed politicians that I'rcsident
Grant has offered tho chief justiceship to
Sna'ur Conkling of New York. Cuntt
ling waVutu deel lo Ho evidently doei not
wl-h to cut himself off from all chance! of
st futuro ocupancy of the white house.
The Connecticut legislature adjourned
yesterday. A proposition for a constitu-
tional convention failed, although rueh n
convention wat altogether in order. Tho
present ronstitutlon of the statu wai form
cl in 1818, and docs not meet the require'
menu and nocesltlcsof the Connecticut of
Tun Anna 'Adverii.er' hAs taken u now
shoot. It flings to tho breeze thi n.otto
"Independent la all thing, ntutral in
nothing' ond takes that standing because
it thinks that "tho mass of tho pcoplo in
old Union county demand that the corrup.
tion ot both pirttes shall bo sho.cn up."
The Advertlsor' ii a very light straw in
the political breezs, but small as It is. helps
to show which way the wind blow.
Attornkv UKNnn.u. Williams lias
promulgHtect nn oluborato opinion on tlio
case of (Jon. Howard In hln connection
with the Irecdmen s bureau. According
to this opinion, Gen. Howard may ba
tried In both tlio civil ntid military courts;
bo was both comm'is'lonor aivl vbltf dis
bursing officer of thu bureau anil through
the carelssne!t or dlshutieity or both, in
himself or hi suhordinutus, ovorono huu
"Ired thouiand dollars of tho 'irl of the
bureau aro nnaccountoa (or.
Thk Shawneatown 1 Morniry' i. a wo
man's rights paper. It can su no rea.on
why Illinois or any other m itn IiouM
withhold from wome'i Iho right which tho
national la a -makers gave to thu "poor, ig
n irant,dountrodden black,''i:ndukl: that
the state shall not bo behind hand in do-liuj-iuico
to tbo tlrst named. Very good,
bit tho 'Mocury s' intiinution that thu wo
rn in havo as gosJ n right to vote as tho
negroes, wo don't like ; the two cIhskis
sh mid not bo spoken ofjiu tin- sumu arti
cle It is u slur upon tho inndligonca of
oar mother, wive and lstcr. Ww call
upon I'otfrto tike up th (.nib,t (or
ils IlcTriE Li.wii of rpriiigSld is
candidate for tchiKil uperlnteiidHntinSan
giinon county; Miss Nottlu Sinclair of
Kankakee has been acting n county si
pcrinlendeni of school since Inst May.un
der an appointment by tho county board,
and on the Klr.t Inst, assumiid the nominal
as wallni tho virtual duties of the position ;
Mrs. L Maria White has an
Bounced herself as an nplrant for the
same pos'tinn In Wayno county i Mrs.
MiEvanc, who hell tbo offiio u post
rnistresiat Melnntoro, hk tlio people
ot Hamilton county to mako her superin
tendent ot their schools; and Mii Mr
Ilousi-ke-per comider borseif cpaole of
pMtfjrming the duties of superintendent
of Cats county. Thn ladles take lo ollko
running with much spirit and I, ttle com
- ' '
V,ATTEUSON ON THE K SO LI 51!
AND TliKir. PKES5.
Uenry Watterson, tbo editor of the
LouiiVlile 'Oour'ter.ilournul,' is now In
Eugluiid, and writes Utters t" Ins news
paper at home from tho city ol London
His lmprt-s'ton of English character do
not d fl'jr very much from iho.e. of any
other go-uhead American who visits Lon
don and remains long enough to form an
Intelligent opinion. Ho says tuo Kr.gll.h
"aro incontesiibly thu most hide-bound
'people In tho world; the wise't in their
'own esteem; tho most rclf-righuoui ; the
loast lutclligcut. Their functions aro
'strong and that their character is robust
and manly cannot bo disputed.
'They am u biavn, self-seek-It.g,
stupid race, who are already over
'matched, and will ultimately bn ovor-run
by the Umnaos and American!." Jly
consldors tho English puts us slow, ot
atupid nd as pompous as the people who
puMiab and tbo people who read It. The
London 'Times' ho calls
"a statily compound of poppy-cock
nd says "of all the illuslratious of gain,
'toon and presumption furnicdod by ths
'fogylsm of England, it is the most Irani
'parent nd absurd.
'T-day'i 'Times' u like yesterday's
'T.me',H mass of inadequate gabble about
'European politics, a repetitlm of last
'week's editorial Qatulenciei, t few scraps
'of desultory and unimportant Informa.
lien, line or two from America con.
eeraligtbo cotton crops, end (be Mod&rs.
'ei it ttl valuabltr arr.y ot crisp
' and sparkling ml vortlslnr; mutter. Mr.
AVatlorson thinks that tho London 'Tole-e-ratih'
Is boitnr written than tho Now
Yotlr 'Ilorc.t,!'. l.tit 1 iititbo: o brlllhnt
' ,. , .
nor eo cntcrprllng M tlio ..ow ori. 'in-
buno', and Hint tho Chicago 'Trillium nnd
ti,0 Cincinnati 'Coinmorclat arc inferior
1 to tho London 'Now. only In typography,
or rather In tho quality i'f the piper on
which they ar printod.
The town ol Coition i without a con
.Mr. David Uoru of Macoupin county
has one hundred nens of fine wheat burled
in tho mud, beyond hope of rccovory.
Hovs of tondet ago In Carlinvillo
play "pool," and fears nro entertained that
thoy havu stnrtodon nil early raco to ruin
Ciirllnvillo Is an ambitious littlo cor
poration nnd ttoats Its clt 7m to open air
concerts in Its park, nt tho expensa of tho
Mrs Nnncy Wlllurd of Annn, nourly
ono hundred years of age, has just
rocovered from nn nttael: of whooping
llon..lclo Ware has jut returned
from n trip to Knns as, Dakota and the
Western stater. Ho syi It snowed thtro
to tho depth of thiuo Inches ln't week.
Ti o heirs of tho lol citato propose to
sell n number of choico building lots In tho
most dnMrablo part tlio city for n mere
nominal sum, suv olio-fourth or one-ufth
thoir uctual value, provided the rurchafors
will build, within siv months from tho day
of purchase, n homo worth not les than
$500. Slmwnectown Alociiry.
Our Hamilton county cutemporarios
announce tlio nntno ot Jirs. jnno
McKlvnno ns a oandldato for superin
tendent of schools for that county. Mr.
McKtvuiie was tho furmor postmlitrcss at
Mcl.enttsboro, but somctimu sii.cu sho re
signed that ofSce. tibo last wcel; issued an
address to tbo "sovereigns" of llumillon
county, setting forth her claims to tbo of
Gcc in u tnrsu and scuslbla article ; making
no claims on account of her tux but stand
ing on her merits alone. Wo predict that
the good p'.'cplt) of Hamilton will do them
selves the honor of electing her to the
position she seek at tlmlrhands. Catnil
TO SI NO
Dia'AHTUKK Ol" WALWOI1TII TO
lllrj L1FK-1.0NO HOME.
Ispeclal to thu Chicago Time?. i
Nkw Vuiik. duly y, 'luurowHa a corjo I
ofbu.thi w until und without thuTomlj
..ii? tuiviivuii, luu:vii I jii cjiurn innii ,
wiiuiri lor too removal ot too purrlciuo
Wnlworili, tho wll'n slavrr Oillen, thn no
torious hiirffl.ir and duiperndo "Wes." Al
len, nii'i of other criminals of lens note, to
Until prison nt Sin Sing, ttnd by tho gath
ering ouismo oi uio trieiiu ol tne iiruon-
ern nnu miHTf, woo in mtnu niuiiiicr
icnrnotl thu tiuui ol removal, nolwilh
alundlii',: the efforts of tho ollieluls to kcot
itsuorct. About tt.llll ii.m. Deputy Sheriff
wiii.oiiieuH nnu anion .lonnron, witn
Dcjmty Assistant .Mr Cuhill, entered tho
oorridur of tho ground lloor of tho prison,
and pivcodJocI to tho southerly end iaior.'n
hi tho murderer a row. whero nil convicted
felon aro Jodend. A ronortur was lr-
uiliii'd by thu warden to accompany .Mr.)
Shield, mid tho llr.it iierson huincl after '
tho keeper' iron wiokot had closed bo-
hind was Win. .J, Sharkey, who Is undor
sontenco of dentil for thn murder of llob'rt
Dunn. Sharkey looked nriuhtlv find .
somowiiat ruuuy, anil s iiiokou ; r.eil-cnl-orrd
ineorscliHum. "Oh, I feel' snid ho.
like u race-horse. I'm pretty touch.
Iluvo Kottoiuo Kentucky blood inni. but
sometimoi you follows give mc it roasting.
oli, truly, 1 liKe to reeu tiuit, lor tlmn I
feel 1 am troubling eome one." Mean
time Mr. Shields and his ino'tnnt had
Uivon nolica to tho convicts to get rosdy
lor tlio journny to hin;; Kiti. Abra
ham Ureeu, alias uen.tireen, teat was one
ol tho tlrst to emcrgii from thu culls, but
wus quickly followed by Ulmrles .Allen.
alias vVo.iley Allen, wearing a green iyo
protector, which, with Ids superior suture,
mtido hi i conspicuous amour the othors.
Oillen delayed o long over hu toilet thut
he bad to bo Interrupted by one of the
keepers. When ho cuiim out of his cell,
(looking a cijar, wllh Jus hat on ono tide,
hu looltrd ns neiiriv, unn in lct its jolly as
if he whs going lo h picnic. Uy U: 15 a m.
ll thu convicts for Sing Slug were In tho
corridor, liatidcutW, two cuff on ouch
wrist of Allen nd Ureonihal, except Wnl.
worth, who.il wiH-foUnd, was In th- hand
ol the prison barber. Hiiro thu thoritl" ntid
deputy sheriff, .ludson Jitrvls, entered, und
men Wnlwonn wniiiusireu to maKi m:ro
iiutle. Alluu and Sharkey
wero In conversation and tho
lormer was beard to say: "Tho cove
what's got thu raonoy," moaning Wal
worth, "get none of those," pointing to tho
iron bracelets 01 that falre nrlinn Allen's
mind wat soon disabused. When Wal
worth, clean-shaved, dressed in a suit of
light gray, and wearing a light gray felt
hat, stepped out of bin cell, and bunding a
book to Shurkey with n request to deliver
it lo a certain person, took tils place bv di
rection ol Mr bhieids in tho lino ot the
gMiig between Uiilcn, tho foremo-t, and
Win. .Ijiii'S. Walworth's mother, who had
en tend only a lew tccond before, nnd had
hurriedly embraced him, stood and watch
ed tho operation of bntidcuUlng bur sun,
and then, going outldotho iron wicket she
returncdntiera short lime, bringingn largo
bioAel ol llOWurs, wnic'C sho said, When
haiidiiii; to her son, a lady had sent him.
Ho Wat unable lo rtuch the basket because
ot tome movement by tho prisoners to
whom ho was manacled, which pulled his
httud birkward. His mother, howevor,
himdfd him tho card of iho giver, The
pritotiers were searched, led any of them
ibould bavj weapons or other articles,
luch as pepper or tlour conceit, ed about
them. Alter the dUcovery of a hugs snuff
box ol ancient design In Oen, Oreontbal's
breist pocket, four largo pieces of bread
wero found in his coal pockets. Although
uut co.'itldered a duugerous weapon, the
bread was conllicuted by tho keepers as bo
ing calculated to Interfere with tho goner
U'r appetite, and co prevent him from en
joying his first moal in Sing Sing. At 'J If)
a m., the prisonors wcro led out of tho cor
ridor to tbo prison yard, und without any
delay wero placed in the prlsun van, which
wm thero waiting. Tho vua was driven
oti; and arrived nt the Grand Central do
pnl ht 10:85 a.m.
Mr. Shields was there and immediately
eauied tho prisoners to be placed in the
front carriage of tho train, Mrs. Wal
worth, too, wa) there and took meat In
the tamo carriage. Thorc was & crowd
around tt.a ontruueo to the depot, watch
ing tbo prlioncrs enter, and tho ruling
paielnn aetmtd lo bn to catch a gllrapso of
Walworth. " hich Is hoi OuemiHil I
of another, but 10 quickly wore tho prison
ers hurried from the itrest Into the car
nog that the questioner had not time to JI).
cover him During tt Inttrvalttforo the
TliK CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATlJRDAV, JULY
train started, many poritins sitting on tlio
roar carriages left tliolr santa attrt crowded
Into tho carriago wbcro tlio convict roro
leatod, or looVod Into tho windows from
tho platform. At 10:15 a.m., tho train
Inc Walworth maintained his composure,
only once when Heppins 'foni the van at (
tho denot annearinff dlftrwsod or Bil'witod.
nnd that was from the pinching of ths
handculls caused by the tardloms of Oil
lor. in llghtltig from the van. On nr
rltlng at Sing Sing llw prl'oncn t.-ere
immediately tasen taiien to tuo i;aoi, ana
Walworth was attired in the prison garb.
On helot! asked If ho was addicted to
drink, ho nnswored rather flippantly that
no guctsou lie uidn t irntiibo tnueii. i neu
tnero was ft sceno M tuo icavo-iauing ikj
twoen Walworth and his relations nnd
friends. Thuro wero teari", and soh, and
passionate ombrices, and hiind-ihakiug',
and finally tho ynurii; parrioid toro him
self away and locked up.
Onarsersit March HI,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIKO
A. 11. 8AKKOHD. l'rcsldcnti
S.f. TAVLOlt. Vice-President:
11. HYMI.Ol, SecreUry anil Trouroi
H, U, DllCLlT,
firi. O. Hcuca,
It. it. CVCilS"!!!,
U. I'. KALLIl'it,
J. M. Hnaitr.
UepoalSe of may Amossat KcmIt! tnu
irn I riw upwuraa.
NTKKEST raid nn Jiioniil at thn rain ol us
nnresnt. miuduis. March lit and BaDttm-
(H-r 11, lnlrrl not withdrawn Is tdded Imino-
lutein Intro princlpul or tne depojllt, tnereos
ttidk inom enropouna inieresi
UAHRIBD WO EM AMI) CHILDREN MAT
O TlUT NO Ci IUI CAM DW IT,
Dnen cTcrt builDM' Atl from a.m. to 3 r.m..
uni,, from e lo o clock
and nasiiruay ht" .ok ior nAvi;iit ui.ruiiir
W. HTSLOH. Trmiurar.
THE CITY NATIONAL
IS. i. llaU.llMy, l'rr!.!t.l .
KUMtr I.. IIAI.LIOAV, SVe-l'ra-Mtai
A. ll.H.tFFOKP, Chlri
rAl,ri'.U KTHI.HP, A " f!t.','.r.
hii4At TiiLiia. IUiikt H. t!r5fiittM
Htar L. IUuiimi. W. I'. Ilnuntv.
(In, I). VViuuiiMi, HrnrH luar.
Kai'Sirmtir, S'oln tvitil Unttsal sstattr
Honl Houwtit nnd SSssM.
DAPOhlT-s re"!iTa.l, an. I rneral Ucklri
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
If. W. Mll.LKH, I'resllll.Ul.
.1. M. rillfki.ll-.-i. Vicu-l'resliletil.
i:iis-i. Ct.'N.MXUllAM, Ca-hler.
OOLLKOTIONl? 1'KOMITLY MADE.
IpXCIIANOK, eoia, baC note tad I'mi-J i
U Htatr e.-urltlas lf.nhl and f))..
Inlrrral AllitMrU u 'llmr Itronials.
SAM IJKLj I. WMIKKLIM:,
ATTOIINBY 5; L'Ol.'NSKLOIt AT
Ortic ii over rirt National bank.
WILLIAM J. Al-LKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OlUco over KIt National bank. y-liWm
UKKKN & GILBERT,
C0UNHKL0R3 AT LAW,
William U Gilbert
ert, OSIHO, ILMNOL",
-8iooia. attoutiea glsen to A-lmtialtr teo
irriot oiuo lxvxc, hoouh 7 and 8 ovia
CITT NATIONAL HAKK,
John II. Mulkey. WlUam C. Jlulke.r,
MULKKY i SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oltlce, rear rooms over lUuuon'- boo;
50. 121 COMMEUCIAL AVIWUE,
llctwcon.Sc until and Klghth street.
PARKER ti HL-AKK,
mi mi it
WALL PAPER, l'AlNTP,
Stl . H-naltv,4ltwollHr.
V TKDOV7 rJ- Tj A Lt H .
ll-l We C-'iH'fa'-l lUOIUiianJu
U'.niart'vtiiLmNo oc il'fH ct. ctm
John . Il;mn:ni.
.f OHX O. HAHMAA A LO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor. l BtU SI. ss si la .e (
mrer inrHjlc at low Drum ami ca'. tcims
the followhiff real estate :
Jo I .Ml eie;jni cooayi-, i-.hui ni i
..,.i i nii.i .irpK. N 'JT !iuil ! 1. third ml.
Lotsnbocgraile. o leia in j i, in uji
known 31 ths "lildge iilock:" Ihoso lots run .
through the oiock irom riueeiuu io n
teenth street-, and the het resldenci? proi).
ertyinthectty-adjolnlng property highly
Improved. . , .... .....
0 1 WtSu anil l, o i', iiij, ,i iicinuiou
atcnue, lictwecirihlrteeiithandKourtcentli ,
streets, we.'t side, Uoml two-story wiliuing
on each lot. . ......
NoC Aw, vacant iota n aim ti, aujoiuing
tho above. Lot II, U VI, city,
on Sixth atrccl. south side,
between Commercial and Washington ave
nue", will be sold In tracts to suit purchaser,
very low and on easy tornn.
No t Lots 7 and 6, !!. eomcr ot four
teenth and Poplar streets, tront on 1'oplar
street, west aide, opposite poit-otlkc block.
No 6 Splendid business building, rest
dciiuo In second story. U rooms, hall and
Iront and rear stairway, water on both tloors,
In number one condition; situated on north
west corner ot Commercial avenue and
Twelllli street. A ftiuat bargain If sold
iio ( i.oti J, 7 ana 'J, li 22. city, on
(.'omuier.'lal avenue, bewceti Fourth and
Kilth streets, Lot '.'0 and 21, b !!3, city, on
Washington avenue, between Filth and
Slscth streets. Terms cay, prlco low.
No 7 Lot 14. In b 1?. on Nineteenth
street, between Commerjinl nvenilo and
ropiur street a great bargain. Lot 'JO, b 65,
1st ad., on WmhliiL'ton avenue.
No 8 Two ver) desirable busluct houses
und two lots, on Sixth street between Com
nierelul and Washington avenues, will be
sold at terms to pay purchaser rental of t5
per cent cn Investment.
Nn i alx lot in b '', 1st ad. High
ground. WOO each on easy payments.
No lo Lots t and 2, In b 6 uurth corue ol
Tenth and Levee streets, licst huslnea loca
tion in the elty terms easy. I.ota'Jl, Ti and
23 In b 19, 1st ad., south corner ol Twentieth
and 1'oplar streets. Also thr.c lots in court
house block, fronting on I'oplar street.
No 11 A splendid two-story residence on
north east corner of Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two lots very ileMrable prop
erty. No 12 Lots IB and 19, b 70 ninth side ot
Twentv-first street, opposite "Convent
Block" very desirable tor residence pur
No IS A well Improved farm of S 10 acre
GOacreaundercultivatlon: houses and barn
Kood orchard, bearing trees ; running water
through Uim above overflow. One quarter
mile noiu ktation anu acpoi oi Cairo x m.
Louis mllroail. Will he fold on ensv terms
tor 12 per acre.
No 14 Ten ol the cbolecst lots, In blork
fii, 1st addition, above crndc, beautllul resi
dence location, will bn told at u great bar
gain. We call particular attention to thla
property- ai It svill be sold very low.
A I I ME C1IXNCK FOIl INVCaTMBNT.
In addition to the foregoing we offer tor
uale, or lease, n large number of vacant lots,
In dilTerent parts ot the city, embracing No
1 huslnesa aud residence property.
In unimproved l.-.nds, we have for rule
overJO.t'OO acres In Alexander and l'ula-kl
counties, nt prices rangiiig from $2 to 115
per acre, and arc prepared to offer induce:
menu to purcuaers that cannot bo equalled
in Colorado, Texas or any other place or by
".my other man." A large amountotlandsof
the very best quality, in Alexander and I'll-
laskt counties, neionging to me Illinois i;en
tral llallroad company, lor the sale of which
we are me azenu. win uc som erv low anu
on audi easy urim that a person oi indualrt
ou habtta, with a very small uin of ready
monej, can in u lew ye.cra necomo tne
owner of a productive t.irni. Wo hase
nlata and (IcihtIdiIoik of all Iind offered
lor snlo and will take pleasure In show lu?
purchasers the property. Titles to all laud
told by us ifutranteed, and ebown from the
pstenteo when required by abstract". Ap- i
pi io joii.i ij. u.wiji.ir. k i u
I Cor. fjlxth ntid l,;veo it., l.'rtlro, Hi-. ,
.tune 7, l(?7.'l.
C. WINSTON .t CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
A MOTION EEKS,
74 (eitCONJi FLOOR) OHIO I.RVS1S,
llur and Hii.l Rial Kstatr,
EUKN1SU AHSTBAOTH OF TITLE
Anl pie-tra (ToBseiaaona nt 5l3l.:
VaaIIalltSII AJU reRWABDIRQ
j r. u. MATRraa.. 1 o put
MATHI8S k UHL
Commissi on Merc h an tb
f AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
JOHN B. PIILLIS 4 SON,
(Hcocetiort lo John 11. Phlllls,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
fou. TENTU-BT. ami ORIO LEVK
J. 0. MATI1KWS0N,
COMM ISSION MERCHANT
fU.KU AM) DUI'O.VT I'on-HXH O.I.,
Its eplss&dld stetSDsr
J A.S. FISK,
Uicb Fowlbb, Capltau
Uevce Cairo DAILY, (HuudayoxotpUdi el
i P.IO for llelatlit ODMIsUe anrjlar on (mat .v!
liclit opaisAge apply on boat or
0r Home Advertisers,
H ALMI1 1 AY imoW KR8
GENERAL AGENTS i
FOKWAH1HN0 anu COMMISSION
SI R H U 11 A IS Km.
DEALERS IN PI OUR ;
sad Aau l
OHIO RITSin AHli KANAWHA
b alt ao3a:a?L3sriasia.
70 Ohio Lkvbs,
MILLER k PAKKBR,
KOKWAItDlHO USHOHAN Ti.
DKALKKH IN FI.OIJR, CORN
Oat, Hay, etc.,
aii r.o i zj mum rAiitm,ani)UA.r.j
Ohio Levee. CA1KO. ILLINOIS
('OKFKY. PACK A CO.,
A s ll
FLOim AND aiUNTRY I'KODUCKj
GRNBRAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
LimkGbmrmt, Plabtkr, It axn, Kxc.
M SShlB .
tiTt will sell In car load lots at luanulao
turcrn' prices, adding freight. 4-3-tl
!E T E U 0 U H li,
3-20 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
S, D . AYlRft.
AYES A CO.,
OKNEBAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Luvbv. Cajho, Illc
. J. M. PHILLIPS,
Forwarding and Commission
prep ured to forwerd all Ulud- of frelghH
to all points.
WOOD RITTBNHOUfV, A BRO
Cijbwat Coiuwlwlvw Mrs?rtBj4
TV. H. horns,
Priii. aid U.
m h.,.IJ,M?,Sj V
NORTH All BRtCA.l'A.,
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INTKHitATIONAL, N. T.,
- DlS.eTi) ft
- - IIW.J7S 4
AMERICAN URNTRAL, Uo.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
Attrt.... .. tn,W,ono Co
TBiVRLRRA', UARTFOBD, I.tFK AND
sim M l,f.rjfB 0
RAIL WAT l'AiMKNOriRS A.1BDRANCI
A"is - ISSOMM
rj AFFORD, MORRIS Si (JANDKK,
71 Ohio lw.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S TJ "ET O E
NIAGARA, M. T.,
OiaifAMIA, !S. T.
IUSOTM, H. Tn
.. J f aj ue
HlPl'liLtC, .V. v.,
rernrrllr.g IheUodarwrltars' Aene,
rONSERHa, N. T.,
Al!t Kf SM
Atlfll .....,...... 'S,t
risiair.i'a runn, p. r,,
einrmtxr, n. r. marina,
i tssals. , ...i,s;,s
I hWw, jw1ltaa, ruiu.tiiie, HiJj aad Ca
i inaoi aacuruy win warrmoi.
ipctru!lj atk of the c!l!tLic! ('
f Ihtir v'rora.
a.'. .1. HI UHSI,
TEUTONIA I.IFK INSUUAS'OI:
OP CHICAOO, ILLINOIS
CcNr'L.OmcF, 17'J AVA?ni.voTo5fir.
Thia (ienuau Life tnmr.-inea Conpany
guarantee not only 1'ald-up I'olicle but
also a Value In (Vh or, the Non-forfelttire
JOHN A. HCC1T. - . - I'stsldenl
C. RNOHKLHDOUF, - - H-crotary
J01LS W. I'KI.'Kfii,
Aeut for Cairo ar.d vicinity.
r-KOTION NO. 47.
j Aaociatlou lor promoting Lite Iuutanco '
I and Hick ltelicf by weekly out- and mutual I
i co-operation lu objects ol public
I 'l"he I.lle Insurance 1'ollciea will he tstued
by rbr Tetilonia Life Insurance Company.
H. M'KYKRS. Pr ti-i..!.t,
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ati'T.
AM AMD LIVlOtHSI. '
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE OROCKRB, j
Also, keep eenstaatlt on head a mott roro
plat stock of
iLVTCH AVD IRIIB WntSKtBt
. -O I N 8.-
Fort, MaderU, Sherry and Catawba W In
R. Smith L Co. are alio amenta lor Pre e
cer. JlcKay &io. I'illMlirr alr.otvililili
large stock Ii kept constantly on hand at
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHI BULKS, CEDAR POSTrJ
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished en ahorteat notice.
Commercil Bvenue, between Tenth and
-MAIN CBOHN NTaKSl.
flood stabling connected with Uie houae.
uid sample room for commercial traveler,
mo omnlbm to and Irorn all trains,
J OU'DV P-mrint,,
TUB LEADING INDUSTRIAL
rAIB OP1 AiiiEBlOA
i.iliSiS.urU t-JtLIlslUou will opeu Wednes
osy, Hsptembfrd, and continue until Sttur
dy, October e, lino. Goods rewired froV
wi,K.W, KihlbUon ,iLVuJ4 tAaXe
Our Home Adrertiierg.
And buy your
aOOTS AKD SHOBS
ror.Tcsstti eirrisssssrl CaiMiuerolel At
1 am tintr rii.Va.i ... ....,nini,i.n t
sprlngelylea. such aa patent leather, inorroco
buck and calf.skfn boofi. Shoes, wllh bos
toes, cork and pump soles, Scotch bottom
and bevel edgo or any other style you wlh
1 am also manufacturing an extra quality
of ladle' ahoes. My material nnd wor-
maniiiip arc warranted io oo ot the bet. I
am determined to not be underbid lor the
same quality ol goods.
iiepairing none neatly and on abort
notice H. Jones.
BKMiS, BROWN & CO.,
BACt MAN UFACTURE RS
Aornth Uomr Cotton Mill?
NO. M Ohio Levee, Cairo, tils.
WAItl) Sc ROBERTS.
Daalh.is i.t Wi5Pow Shad,
Wall Vaj-ib, I'cas Wuita
Lead, LtN'ienD Or
.Sl-IIUTB TCRl-CKTIME, ULL t
fiu si. i.ac, Alcohol, Kic, Etc.
Washington ave n'te and Eleventh stieal,
Cor. Met isslh hh1 Fipt sr ise.,
Icforas the public thut he htseor,ogeu te
a-nlcen of a Klrat-claaa Wagon makerand
also a Kirst-claM Horse rhoer and Is read;
to manufacture and epairall kinds of work
In this triO with npsir aud dlpatch.
RITWIIK WAIH'5 AVIHCB A5H WALIT1
t'r. ti. F. n!J iBforat tat fit lie lhl h l.a
VERY 8 T A H L
on tta curiha-K. si te f Tamil, leers at ba
lilt fiiaUet will b fititishsl "ith as tut tr,
AND GOOD VUICLK&
and Urn puVJe may be accosumodttid at ki.
honrs of vhe day und nhjht with fo teacv
on the lo vet term.
Dr. Klehla -ka a eharo of allelic ptroaai,-t
aud will endeavor to merit ft by fair (!a.luis,
aud strict stter.tlon to btw'i e
WAiii MAN U FACTOR V
For fj'slc nt Wholo.ele or Retail.
OOHNBFl ;l2l)-BTRItT AND OHIO Lm B
' J B. OASBBtLK
NEW YORK STOrfK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARIIBBT TABJBTT ITOCK IS THB OITT
GOODS SOLD VEBYOLOHE.
Oaraer er aiaetMesik atrtset sssstl Cntm
C. O. HATIR"
Ja Klfalb Mlraet, beivsaa Oommtrolal an4 Wath
tiatoo At nutt, i Uallr rectlvlsi
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATIST erBI5Q A5 BU.M5I1B BTTLBt.
Hesmtseliill lue of
B02T2STB1TB & HATH
I Trimmed tad uBtnmmed.J
rhl.NCB FLOWKR8, R1BBOW8, TaUMHUa'l.1
of all kind. Laoei, etc., elo.
Mr. UoO" ha also a lirit Mtortmeat o
Fsaoy ArtlolM, such as
.NBCK TL. OLLABB, UNDIttflLIBVIW,
HVm, BASHES, FAKB,
And all other articles usually loond In e
FIRST-CLAS.'l MILLINERY STORE
. MiuDDi 111 Btiuiiiuii ucr mock Ul
Fancy and Mllllnerv Goods, haa u iin and
Mm llflfla. I. ,JI,(nn . 1. ........ -.
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladle' and Miaiea' Hhnaa and r-Ml.
dreus' Boots, Black and in Colors. Theso
arcacknowledged to be the Hnest and best
ever In the market, and Uil It the only
bouse tho eltr that makes theta a specialty
CAIKO CITY COAL
It ii(r4 ,0,f" "Hi t'
PIHSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OUDfO Uit at UalUdtr Krot. ailua.
OBiourvfrU's CoJYm3 bski
JS5bA to laaBen ti wlvlatt