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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberly has reduced the subscrip
tion price of too Weekly Caiho Uulmstin
to One Dollar per annum, making It tho
cheapest piper published In Southern llllnol
KfwlInK mnllrr n rvery iinne.
Six Kansas politicians aro atpirants for
the place of Caldwell In tho sonato.
In sorae oi the counties of KanM, tho
grangers v?lll nominate their own tickets
WIHtt ja.wA(f' It 111 110 !' J ,
senator IIowo of tvlscontin, m eao
Eioiitxkn-pbytlcians In Cincinnati havo
addreuod a communcicatlon to tho school
board, giving their opinion that gymnast
tea in tho schools are injurious, cauine;ds
ordon of tho nerves and heart.
temperTtx FORE V L P..
Tho town of Carbondalo.hns olectod to
incorporato under tho General Law, a fact
'whioh Parson Luco Tory much deprecates
for foar that some futures council maylo
UUa the tale of intoxicating liquors ; tint
even under tho ponoral law, It seems thero
is safety for Catbondale, and I.uco's atu-
lety is prematura ; n communication In tho
"But neithortho adoption of said law
nor any vote that can be glvon by tho olee
tors of this city, nor by nny act of tho log
islaturoof tho state, can the provision pro
hiblting tho of spiritous liquors, to bo mod
as a beverage, upon nny lot in tho town
under penalty of forfeiture of all tho right,
title and interest of tho party offending in
and to such lot to Uo inhabitants, for th
support of public school, to bo annullod
or avoid, conionitootly, this protection
will bo kept should all ulso fnil, and this
Wiso nd . most, booeflcltnt romictlon
against tlio etlabjthrnont of tipping shops
and drunkerios, attaches to ovorfoot of
the 3G0 acres of land tipim which Carbon.
dale was laid out, having been incorporate
ed in ovory onglno deed to purchasers,
and forming a part of tho contract In the
iale of every lot or track conr.j-cd by
authority of the original proprietors of tho
town, and ever sinco, and still being one
of the convenants and conditions in salet
of real estate, In this city to which each
person who has accepted a deep for any
portion of said 360 acres bus given his as
Bent tho condition in tha original sale
running with the land and it matters not
irhaih" u r;otloa has boon specific
ally slated in conveyances mUo sinm tho
ONLY A t-OAUEOUOW
Tho Loultvillo 'Courier-Journal,' in
common with many other Southorn
papers, is deeply alarmed at the unification
movement in Louisiana. The editor of
the 'Journal' casts bis prophotio oyo ten
years Into tho future and sees miscegena
tion with all its accompanying revolting
feature, an accomplished fact tho legiti
mate result-he conceives of tho unification
platform. In a letter from Ex-Gov.
Montoa of Louisiana, to Gen. Ileauregard,
congratulating tho latter upon his position,
r?o find the following brief but compro-
henshe disposal of the social equality
"As to this thing ol social ouality, it is
but a scarecrow. No law can rcgulato,
much lets control it; it mint be left to seek
Its own level. Every man Is reponib1o
for his b'EOciations, lint hit neighbor will
always do at he pleases and juduo fur him
Hero wo bavo tho whole question m a
nutshell; jur society shapet itself and
always will; legislation cannot touch It
There is no more diinger of an lntermar
riage-of races when tho law rccognir.es tho
right of tho black man to vote stid hold of-
tico than vrheu It regarded him at a chattel,
and not half as much. Thoso timid souls
who fear such ovll results of tho unifica
tion and similar political movements aro
forgetful of tho state of affairs in the slavo
holding states prior to tho war. Southern
socidtv Is purer and better to-day than it
over was or could havo boen during the
xlittic ot tlavery. It hung like a 111
over the South, and only.whon it wis lift
ed did the world get a gllmpto ot the cor.
ruption which fettered benesth it. Tho
next generation In the South will be Inno
cent of tbo social tins of thlt,
THE SHAH IN EN(iLAM)
QUEER ADVICE TO THE PRINCE
(Loudon correspondenco ol the s. "i.
The Bhah's reception at Stafford j
houte wot a murvc! ufi
protute elegance, and was t fol-1
lowed bv a somuwhat marvolous incident. '
Htfclford houso, 1 should say, onjoys an ay
pre-eminence nmon all London houtes
for tbu Uisyni'Jctuco of its outnrtainmeuts.
Its tit aud position, to begin with, aro
unequalled. It is hull as big hi Ruckinc
ham palace luf, lroin which it it not far
removed, the two having each a double
front on tit. James' aod the Green parks.
It was in the days of the fotmerdut heis of
rlutberland, mother of tho pruient Duke,
and wull known by uatue In America for
berunll-Mavery sympathies, tbst Statl'ord
bouse acquired its peculiar celebrity. rJbe
was a woman to whom high birth aud
Cfeat wealth luctned sultabln and natural,
lor her tastes wero liberal, and tho loved
. spleodon tihi kept an army ot servants,
, , and an army ol servants It a rather moro
costly luxury' taan an army of soldiers.
LjThsjr liveries would bavo putto shame tho
Hjosi, ahgwy uniforms, Hurore she died a
ttigwat part of her retainers were dlimltiod
J'a4 'pensioned otT. Rut thopeutloiit were
firtvtft on condition that the holdcrsot them
3lJnoiild'retiiTn to their old posts on great
occasions, cud this they do. WI'.Lc'Jt tbtm
tho housohold would bo counted numerous;
with them It presents such an array as tow
nrlvatn mknal.ntn Ihnwnrld.Or nonO. Can
equal," ntid as thoy aro porfectly drilled aod
know tno ways or the nousc, iu
confusion, nor any Indication that this
double retlnuois not tho ordinary equip
ment of tho house. ThooflectUprinceit,
and Stafford house Is a princoly residence,
with its hroad hall", Its groat staircase, us
noblo rooms, its priceless treasures ol nrt
and all tho rest.
All this so much imprcnod tho shah
thatron tho morning attar his rocepllon
by the duko ho sought an interview with
tho prince of Wales, for whom he is satd
tn h.fn taken a llklne. As ho la not a
man of many words, and French U tne
only languago tn common oetwoeit mm
nil ti nrlnpn. end he D(sakfl It with dill-
cultyj bo lost no time In oxplalnlng what
seemed to him so plain m to noon no u
planatlon. lie simply advised tho prince
10 Pill ICO OUFtO Ol OIllUCriBUU m
As tho princo naturauv was muu -
prHcu ny tne ftoruptness oi iuss"'"1'"
anu no anu meauKonrv, uiuiuuui,b.vU.
friends tbo shah urged with much eager
ness that it was Impoisiblo so powerful a
...i.um nnnlil lio nnrmlticd to oxisi wiin-
out cndnngorluR tho throne. When the
..rtfulnnrt tn him t lAt.llOWOVOrlUSt
his viow might be, tho laws of England
did not allow a king to put a subject to
ifl could" not be safely dono; and when ho
t last brolco oirtlio interview, ho was evi
dently poriuadedthat thoro could be little t
security for a dvnaslv which pojfeued so ,
slight authority over its subjects. It novor
could hnvo occurred to him that thero was
an impropriety in ncceptlng tho duke's
hospitality In the evening and proposing
his exocution tho next morning. Nor did
tho failure of his plan dotor him from ac
cepting tho snmo duke's invltition to
Trentham, whoro he hat seen a spcclmnn
of mon of life in nn English country house
not lets romarlcablo than that in Iondon,
though thero uro a dozen places in thn
country mat may rival i rentiinin, anu no
palace in town to via wiiu iauora nouto
AX rNDHKO ROUND IIORP.OU.
CUrSHEDTO DEATH IN THE OA it
l St. Loll TlmcH, Saturday. 1
A mo.'t diftrvtsiug accident occurred at
10 o'clock voiturdity morning, at tne Oak
lllllccal and llro clay mines of Pnrkor,
Kutfull it Compnuy, on tho Oravois road,
atioiit tnrco miles sotitnweu ot tlio city.
Tim minus had been workod fur n long
time, and a uret deal of the coal, which is
loiintl at an uvcrago depth of ono hundred
nna uity loot, nus liuon taken out anu
Immediately underlying tho coal vein
tho proprietors discovurt-d tin oxcollent
stratum ul nro clay, winch, for utirnti tlmu
past, hria been successfully workod, violtl-
In;; a handsome profit to tbo owners.
Tlio bottom ot tho mino is reached by n
perpendicular sbatt or pit, from wnicn ul
vorjjo two pnisagesor chambers, running
parallel to each othor, tlio dittanco bo-
ween tuern being about mtoou or twont.v
feet. Hlwccn thoso two passages alter
nate drifts or openings havo been cut, f ov-
eral feet In width, the Intormedlato spaces
having been loft as supports for tbo sur
face u bo vo.
A !th number of men have been con-
stantl employed la guVtlnR out tho coal
and Are clay and as the mine was opera
ted by anil undor tno ImmodUlo control
of experienced workmen, no apprehen
sion uni neretoioro oecu ten ivr tno
of the men employed.
At an early hour in tho morning, tho
men wore, as usual, lowered down Into tbo
pit, and while busy at work cutting their
way through the coal bod which separatos
tbo two parallel passages, a tearful crash
was hoard a short distance nway in one of
tne clumbers, mtnout knowing tno
auto, and not apprehending the danger
beforo them, Edward Kendall, superinten
dent of the mine, Joshua M. Ttcbudl and
Thomas I'lntt rushed towards the open
pasiage, ana arrived juu in timo to v
crushed oy a falling mats of rocks and
slate, wnlcn at tne time was coming down
like an avalanche, in consequence of tho
insufficiency of tho supports. Tbo men of
couno wero killed outrignt, and nil tnrcc
wore terribly mangled.
loung Tecnudi was masned nimost to a
illy, every bono In his body boing broken.
Pratt's body was cut clear in two, and
wa9 carried away from tho scone by his
friends in dotachod parts, wbilo Kendall
was aftowards dug out rrom ttio mine m a
horribly mutilated condition.
ivendall was about tony years oi age,
and, it is said, was an experienced miner.
He leaves a family to mourn ins unumoiy
Tfchudi and Pratt were aged respective
ly twonty-two and nineteen years, and
wete uotn unmarried.
Tho coronor was immediately summon
ed and held an inquest upon tho bodies,
but tho facts olielted do not vary material
ly from those above stated.
Tbo unfortunate victims will bo buried
this morning in Picker's cemetery, a thort
dlstanco south of Tower (!rov park.
SAMUBIi P. WHEKIiKli,
ATTORNEY 5i COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ofllce over First National bank. S-l.VIm
WILLIAM .1. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Otllisoovcr l'intNatlonal bunk.
UREKN & OILUERT,
Willlsm H.tlreen, 1
Willtunll Dilbail, V tUlliO, H.ldNDIM.
trRpeeta. ttttatiou etfa ie Ailmlttltr sml
ore iok onioLKVi'.K.nooM 7 ahi Qovxn
oitt national iiahu.
John II. Mulkcy. Willum 0. Mulkey.
MULKEY Sc SON,
ATT0U3iFArS AT LAW
Ollkc, rear looms over llannon's book
No. 121 commercial avi uk,
Ilctwccti Seventh and Elchth streets,
death, tho shah l.ccamo muc n ucpreiseu.
Vreiontly ho ralllod, nd oxejalmod. "nut
At loatt ronton P'ltoHJ.S
THJS CAlllO DAILY BULLETIN, Tl'EsJOAV, .JULY
tlnitrlerwl March l. I.
OITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIilO
A. 11. 3AFFOIU). President;
8. 8.TAYL01L Vlco-Pretldent;
H.MYSIjOI', Secretary nnd Treaiurct
P. U. UtBflUt,
IU II. Otrxnixanu,
Deposit nl nay Amount Heoettwl Irons
Ton Ccnti fjpwnrite.
iNTKRHtiT pail on iteroslt u the rsle ot m
pereent. nrr annum, Much 1st and H ptem
r 1st. tnteiottnot wlthrtravn ta addM loimn
ttlateljr to the fmnolpal of tliedepsilu, lUrt)j
giving thetn compound Intereit.
UAHRIED WOMIN AKD CU1LDHXK MAT
oimr noon iuiui nmw it.
Otirn ? err tittklnao iUr from .m. to S p.m.,
and BUnrday T"nR lor HAV1NCJ HF.I'OSm
only, rrcni to clock,
nuott W. IlTflLOl'. Trfsnrr.
TH12 OITY NATIONAL
IA I It U.
". . l(ll,,O00
W. P. tULlilWAT, JWdM;
1IUMIT L. UAtiLlDAT, Vire.Pretdsai
A. HAPKORI), Cahlri
WAtiTKIt ttHWl'. AK'tnOtlilf
HtiiTS TATtOtt, IlOSSDT H. Gl'MMNaUiM
nilll..UAlUUT, W. P. HLltDI,
0o. II. CaLiiMtoN, Brr.FHitM Hun
A. 11. Sifioitn.
Erlinne, Cola and lltittMl Htatre
llonda Honclil nnit Sold.
TMHOSlTa rvlfd, and a Kniral Unklns
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
i:. W. .Mll.LKR, l'reidont.
.1. M. l'HILLIl'.s, VIee-Prosl.lciit.
Ciias. Cunmxoiiam, Ca-hler.
OOLTiKOTrONS PKOMPTIiV MADE,
EXOUASan, rmn, tnk aotrn kod tlniUi
HUtmi swarllleii Sought and iold.
iBtorraf Allowed ots 1 line DpoIU.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
N WAl.TTRrt, Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAK POSTS ,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS .
ORDERS SOLICITED. i
Stkamuoat Lumbkr, J
, KnrnliheJ on s burtent notlox.
Ooiumerciftl avonuo, botwoen Tenth and ,
CAIRO CITY COAL
U jirrpr. I to cappir cut Jnir m
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lelt at Halllday Ilros. oOlcc, i
onto lcvxk, or ut tlio Coal Yard below tlio
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The T70 "Montauk" will brliiB coal
ItnL'flile to Meamerd at any hour r
SAM WILSON ,
j BOAT BTOREa
n u o n i h i h ,
Omit La vi a
I Corner of Twonty.tccond street )
1 and OhloLevoe,'
M. D. Ot'NTER,
CHOICE STEAM-DRIED CORN MEAL
la lots to suit the trade,
taTOrdm solicited. M im
EAI, UTATK AKC1.
John Q. Harmon. CkM.Thnipp
JOHN Q. ilARMAN' & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS j
Nnrlh Cur. nlAI'd . "" hlo Leee
Oder tor salo at low figures and easy teru
the following real estate :
No 1-An elegant cottage, corner '1 tvelft h
and Locust streets. Is 27 and 23, b 1, third ad.
Lots above grade, 'b lots In b 4, In What is
known as tha "JUdgo block:" those lott run
through the block from r irtccnUi to Six
I Mm liest residence prop
erty in the city-adjoining property highly
in "!.nt.1 and 4. b 4S. city. Washlnetou
avenue, between 'ibirtoe nth aud Fourteenth
streets. wet side. Good two-story building
nti nnrh Int .
No.'l AUo, vnrantlotifi and fl. adjoining
tho abnvo. Lot , U :V, rlty,
on Sixth street. south side,
between Coinincrcl.il ami aililiiRlon ave
nues, will bo oold In tracU to f tilt purchaser,
very low anil on easy term.
No 4 Lots 7 and fl, h UH, corner ol Four
teonth ntid I'oular streets, front on Poplar
street, wct fide, onpoMta ponl-onlco block.
No f-SPlcodld businri building, reil-
in nuinuer nnu ronuiiion, iitiniou on norm
west rorncr of C'ominorclnl avcntlo anil
Twelfth street, A great bargain if sold
.So C Lots I. 7 and 0, b 2J. titv, on
Commercial avenue, boween Fourth and
Fifth ttrecU, lt "0 and 21, b S3, city, on
Vahlngton avenue, between Filth and
Sixth Mroote. Termi cniy, price low.
No 7 Lot 11, In b Js, on Nineteenth
street, between Commercial avenue and
Poplar Mreet a crcat lmnr.il n. Lot'J.'i. b KV.
i lit ntl., on Waklilugtoii avenue.
c-iwu er iicMrautu nucules jiouc!4
amt two lnt, on Sixth street between Com
inerclal and Washington avenues, will Ite
Mild at terms to pay purchaser rental of i'i
iter cent on investment.
No U-Sx Iota in b 20,' 1st ad. High
ground. gSOOcarh on easy immcnl-i.
o us i.ot i anu in it o norm corner ot
Tenth and Levco streets. UcM buInen loca
tion In tho city terms cay. LoIh'JI. Ti and
'Si In b 111, 1st ad., f-outli corner ol Twentieth
and Poplar street'. Also three lnK in court
house block, fronting on Poplar street.
No 11 A fpleuditi two-atnry recldcncc on
north cast corner of "Walnut and Ninth
street, with two lot" very desirable prop
erty. o 12 Lots IS and 10, b 7(1 south lde ol
Twentv-tlrt ctrcot. opposite "Convent
lllocU1' very dc-lrablc lor rcIJcncc pur
no ta A wen improvcu larni 31 .tuitcrt'N
OOncreHUndercultlTatlon: houicnand b.ini
gootl orchard, bearing trees ; running water
through farm abovo overflow. One quarter
mile from station and depot (A Cairo A St.
Louis railroad. Will be eold on cay termn
lor if 1LJ4 per acre.
Noll Ten ot the choicest lot, in block
.", 1st addition, above tirade, beautllul resi
dence location, will be soldata great bar
gain. We call particular sttentlon to lit!"
property as It will be sold rcry low.
A XI NE C1UNCI rOR NVKSTMKNT.
In addition to the fore(oing we ofi'er lor
sale, or lease, a larce numicr of vacant lot',
In diVcrem parts of tlic tlty, embracing No
1 business ami realdencepropcrty.
In unimproved lands, we have for sale
over 25.000 acres in Alexander aud Pulaski
counties, at prices ranging from $2 to $ll
per acre, aud are preptrea to ofler induce:
menu to purcnasera Ustt cannot be equalled
In Colorado, Toxas or any other place or by
"any other man." A Itrge amount ol lands ot
uic very uesi quality, in Aiexanaer ana ru
lasUl counties, belomrlnc to the Illinois Cen
tral llallrimft nmnnnf . for tha sal of svhtutt
wa are tho ageula, will be sold very low and
uu sucu easy terms mat a pcrwa oi inuuiin-
ous habits, with a very smalt sum or ready
money, can Id a few yearn become the
owner of a productive (arm. We have
J ilats aud descriptions of all lands offered
Or tale and will lake pleasure In showing
purchasers the property. Titles to all lands
sold by us guaranteed, and shown from the
patentee when required by abstracts. Ap
ply to JOHN Q. HAltMAN CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Levee M.,, Cairo, Illc
June 7, 1873.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (HKCOttD VLOOR) OHIO L1V11,
But and Sxli. Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And pirr-tre CooTeysocss of Klodi!
r. P. MATHUSS.. 1 C VIII.
MATHUSS & UHL
' ah6 gknebai.
'Commissi on Merc han ts
1 JAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
I OHIO A.KTBK.
JOHN R. PHLLIS Si SON,
(Hucocsints ts Joho U. Phlllii,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
TENTH-ST. aki OHIO LEVE
.1. 0. MAT11EWSON,
Hazakd and DtiroNT I'owiiEn Co ,
. OAIRO AND PADUCAH
Dice Fowlbb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DALLT, (Sunday excepted) at
tp.tu For rreUbtopMsaga apply 6nWt or
to Ja. WALLOBT, Ajj't.
Our Home Advertisers.
FOUWAIIDING and COMMISSION ,
H K H ! If A N TH.
DEALERS IN FI OUR ;
lai kpttxe of
OHIO RtVn AKTt XA1UWIU
70 Ohio Lkvrb,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS toh FAIHBANK'S .SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAJBO. U.LINOI.S.
COFFEY, l'AOK & CO.,
i o i
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
LtMK,'ClMEKT, FLASTEK, HaW, ETC.
No Ohio I.evri'.
will sell In car load lots at rotnutac
turers' price, adding freight. 4-2-tl
fl. D. AYKRB.
E..1. ATBR '
AYERS .It CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No, 78 Ohio Levkk, Caiuo, Ills.
PR T E R U U H L,
No. (to oiiio i.i:viti:.
J. M. PHIfsLIFS,
Forwarding and Commission
ared to forward aU kinds or frclBhta
10 ttU pOllltH.
mustoess atUaded to prpmpUr;
WOOD RITTENHOUf! & BRO
Goooul CoromlMioH MerohMh
111 OHIO LVM.
t w t
r Homo Alvbrtitemonta.
W.jH. isims, ' . , . ' ,
Notary Pafctic, No. Pub. aad 0. 8. (lorn
FIRE, HULL, OAROO, LIVE MTOO It
Asssts ......05,Ma,AOl 3
NORTH AMKRIOA, PA
Assets ......' '....1,lK(fia id
Asssts ..l,MI,tlo It
n ...tl,1M,HS H
INTKHMATIONAL, N. T.,
iMIll SAIA.m M
AfMt .'. H5,;s 4
! AMERICAN OKNTHAU MO.,
CONNECTICCT MUTUAL. I,IKK.
1 am.u tvi.Kin.i nn
TRAVELRlta, HAHTFORD. Mfr. ANU
. Aiisl ...............1,(W,(') V
1 KAH.WAT I'AtWK.NOKRS A-MIRAKOK
j OO., HAKTKORf, I.
' ami .tnnnr.... $yo,rvi o
I INDkt-aXDEKT, ltoaTOK,
I Arl ICW),".: '
b'AFFOHD, MORRIS St CAN'DKK,
11 llhln I.ft.
; 1 2ST S TJ Rj HT O IE
KIAdAKA, K. Y.,
OBltUANIA, K. Y.
HAJCOVia, !f. TM
KfUllLIC, .V. Y.,
Ccmprlilnfr thcUDdnrltrs' Af ncj,
YON KERB, H. Y.,
Mft - e;s ft
riasuxH'e fumu, e.
BSCIT&ITT, N. Y. WARINZ,
Btorn, Dwelllnirs, farnltare, Units aa4 Car
om, iniuradat rata ftrnnbltM stand, pt
raBnt cariiT win nrtuhu
1 resDvotfull mi nf the ottlttniot C
. share o ( tbstr pstronac.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent'i-Officr, 17-! WAsnworoxST.
This Qerrasn Life lnsuranco Company
gtisrantees not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Value In Cab nn the Nonforfeiture
I JOHN A. HUGE, -MEAL
JOHN W. PJtUESS.
AL'ent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
' and Blck HeUef by weekly dues and mutual
cc-operauon in oojcctsoi puDiic ncneni.
The Lite lnsuranco Policies will be lsued
' b .ZZ'?Tur'
II. ME ERS, FresidenL
JOHN W. FRUES3, Ao't.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
tIAIIO. 1 1. L I II O I I ,
Also, kp eosstaiittf on hsn4 mrit rmn
plet stock of
snoTcn avti imisii wnifKiKS
a i N K .
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
It. fcirnltli A- Co. are aho ap'ntr lor Spen
cer, JlcKay ACo.'h J'JIli-btirB nlo, of which
large stook is kept contiitl)- on Immi ut
MAIN I'BOHM STBEr.T,
UARMI, - ILLINOIS.
1 flood stabling conuccletl with tho hou.-c,
tnd sample room for commercial travelent.
Krco omnibus to and Irom all train".
53 ml .1 D )N. PfiprUto
PARKER A BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTP,
Vmilr, Baatste, llnaniltie.
Sml Ibe oslsbrated lllutr.lnatln
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Industrial Exposition !
THE LEADINO INDUSTRIAL
A.XXa tOP AMERICA
, Tho fourth oxbtbltlon will open Wednes
day, September L aqd cootltiua until Satur
day, October , 178: Goods received from
August 4, to 80. -Eihlbltor akould raake
lnuaidlate application lor space. 7-316.
And buy your
It. JON KB,
ror.ToatU alreel ami S osiimerclal Av
I am now nrcnared to mnmilaeture al
tiling sty Icr . xitvli n patentleather, morroco
buck and cali-lkia boots, shoo. With box
toes, cork and pump soles, Scotch bottoms
anu w l eugo or any oiuer style you wish
Iamalo manufacturing ati extra quality
of ladles' shoe. My material and work
manship aro warranted to be ol the best. 1
am determined to not bo underbid lor the
same quality nl good'.
Repairing done neatly and on short
notleo H. JoNAt.
Hirs,"iTioVN k co.,
Aocnth Uomi: Cotton Mim.h
NO. K) Ohio Levee. Cairo. Ills.
WAKI) ii ROBERTS,
! n.t! r.ns ix Window Siunxs,
Vi'am. Pai-kr, 1uk Winir. '
Lbap, LtxstKD On.
SriniT Tuki'intinb, OLur.
Suki.lac, Alcohol, Ktc, Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventh street.
Cairo, . - Illinoi
NEW LIVERY STABLE
nSTWIRM WAf n'M AYBNUK AND WALHC1
Dr. H. F. rislds Informs to pnhlle that k t
on tt notttwit side of Tenth strsst as naa
Ills SubU will t fuialstiei with Bene tmt th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may be accommodated at at
hour of the day and night with aafe team
on the loTest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of pubUcpatronaee
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strict attention to busii
For Sale at 'Wholesale or Retail.
OOKNIK :12D-dTRIKT AND ODIO 1,1V K
Cairo, Illinois. ,
lilt J. r. AIAMBLK
i'nr.F.lereath nail Poplar eia.t
Informs tlie ptihlls that be hssensw;eu toe
services of a Flr-cla Wagon makerand
also a Plrst-class Horse shoer and Is ready
to manufacture ani epsir all kinds of wprit
In this tratlo with opalr and dispatch.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
L ARO 1ST TARIITT STOCK IK 1HX CITT
GOODS BOLD VERY CLOUS.
Vtrn-r uf MlaeSMSitSj atrua Com
C. O. PATliClt
On RlfHtlbHtrsst, lielween (Jontmsrolslauj Wuh
njtnu Asenass, Is Uatlv relvliif
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATJtAT arp.two AN snitviicu UTTLIW.
BOlTiraTS &e HATS
ITrunraeil aod uatrimmsU.)
FhENOIt FLOWKHS. RIBBONS, TBIMMISHI
of all klads, LacM, etc., eta.
Mrs. McOee has. alto a larie aesortmeat r.
Ftuoy Attielss, suob as
SECK TL, orLI,An, UNDKK8LIKVWI.
KuKFH, HABHafl, FAKB4
And all other artiolea usually (ootid In a
KIR3T-OLAB3 MILLINERY 8TOBB
lira. McGee, In addition to her stock of
Kanoy and Millinery Goods, has a fine and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati, Custom
made Ladles' and Mlasea Shoe .and Chit
dreua Hoots, black aiwl in Colors. Those
areacknowlodged to be the Unest and. best '
ever in the market, aud this la the only
house tho city that makes them a specialty
You can. buy six
nnrl nnn-lialf lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. lVow Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per feound ; Best Gun-,
powder Tea, One Dollar and
n tv.fivn OAnfa nav rtnnn1 .
Young nyson ana uoiong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
et7gproportiontt3ly cheap.' 1
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