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TERMS OF THE DAI (A BULLETIN:
One vreclc, by carrier 8 2S
0n year by carrlor, In advincc...... 10 00
One year by carrier II cot pild In
advance '2 00
Vnc month, by mall 1 00
Tbrt months 3 00
dlv mnnthl .. ... G 23
One year ......
10 00
TltE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
Jobn II. Oberly has reduced the ubcrlp
tlm price of the Wkkkly Caiuo Hullktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
c.u uiUu ,sr i) i U:u I to Southern Illlnol
tlrnitl-R mnllrr on every pnR".
OX THE WING.
THE TOU HIST AT NORTH AD
AMS, MASSACHUSETTS.
ADESRIPflON OF THE VILLAGE
11003AC Ti NN EL, El'U.
Special Correspondence, of the Iltillclln.
North Ada Sis, iVhii., July 12, 1873.
A colJ wet ruin keep. us perforce In
tho house to-day, nnd wo will Improve tho
time In Jittlngdown somo items about
this ourtllnc. CO abend villace. Wo do
not ohj-'Ct to tho rain, for after tbo tevoro
and protracted drought the rain it n griat
blessing ; since our last we have been vis
ited with fr. quttnt and copious showers,
and all nature 1ms been refreshed. Wo
are quietly domicided nt the
ARNOLD He-Cat,
Or.o ot tho best kept hoti-ls in ths state,
atd wbtch is well palrotilaBd by tourists
and travels Ti.and hdmlrably cunduetid by
31. ssrs. Stittter, St.Mih li Co. Two or the
aboVH, H. M Streeter and the "Ou.," F is-
ter E. tjwlft, aro to well known to your
citizens from thoir long ussocittlon with
tbo
saint cnAtilns nOTKL,
To r.cfd- any lurthur Introduetlou here
'orth Adams is a thriving niunufactur
lng town of abuul 10,003 inhabitants, It a
beautiful 'pUcc, resting as It dues under
the buto of tbe lofty
SEl.KaUtRE mils
Which completely eticirc'.e It at this point
Through tbe centur of the ullage runs tbo
iiuosac kirr.it,
Ono of tbe JarfCit iribu(rius of tbe Tlud
son, and along il t.ti.Aa ure nuniorout
WL'olfD, cotlen, print and shoo manufac
tories wbicb give tmploymcnt to thou
sands of operative;, and which (.-ive the
place quite a cliy appearance, particularly
after dark whtn tho streets are thronged
with promrnadcrs. Tbe tidtwalks on tho
princijnl ftrcplf, some len Tet In wiJtb
arc lain in concritothat l very olusticund
yiuldiiig to tbo feet making walking a
pleaiure instead of a tak. 1 he walks lire
bordered with (hade trees tugutbur wiiti
BJaiiy baud tJine dwellings Nthtly trim mod
OKA Bay LAW.NS
Embelliib the picto wim.t nature itself
Lei done so much in tbe way of natural
scenery and attractions. Among tbe many
succtiiful manufatoryt, is tho well known
SUkE FAlTOhY
Of Tbompion & Co , now renowned nil
over the CuuMry lj being tho first that
introduced
CHI.S'KSE LABOR
Esfiettfully. Over liO Chinese aro at work
in tbe one ettablisbmvnt, a full account of
which we gave you in our letters from
UretorEO two reasons since
Tetterday we made one of asocial party
Mkttd In a hand'ome open andeu, at
tached to a splendid span of "dapple
gmys,' tbe ribbons handled by our friend
fitrttUr for a drive to tbe wettern end of
tie worid renownl
UOutAC TCSSKL
'Which ti about two miles from tho vil
lage, A pleasant drivo soon brouubt us
to the spot where tbe ''big hole" first
cutsmer.itt. After a busty examination
of tbe piacs and lis surroundings, wo onee
v.v .... vui.-iv iu. un ujj iu a
the
WEtTERtr BHArr
Oar wsy was a winding one tlong the
Jtt of da-p crevlcfts and gullies, the sides
ttid nkhtt ot tr-e raountali s filled with
rowt of Utile cabint, homttofthe minett
bo have bsre married, raited "larga fam
IVs,' who for all we knMY have ngaiu
redded ilnco ibe tunnl was llrtt com
as inced. Wb raaehed our dss inati-n
without accident although we ws;e ot'h
ltd lu tup onco while a
MTtVQLTCERIXK ItLAM
VTttuplodtd widen caused our crays to
dance a totrplpe on a very narrow strip
or Ktout.dtor ioiiinWtlouaprlormanfe.
And now w are come to bure ycur read.
en with a few M.tUiut tn regard to the
ORCaT Boat,
Tb second largest ! ut kind la the
world. Trom Mr. Siiaidey. one ot lie
engineers and contraiton, vvelMam ibai
the exlriruo length of the tunnel is a
tr,f!e over
IbUR A.VC TUREE C.UARTRR MILES,
And differing tiooi moat tunnels, it got.
under tbe bate of the mountain Instead of
towards the tummit. Tbe tynnel was
COMMCSCtD in 1S-1S
And has beeti worked uioro or lest over
aince. Some years since the state ol
Moiiacbustt s took hold of t,nnd under Ij
powerful and wealthy a management, It
has gone successfully and rapidly on to
completion. 1 he work it now reduced to
tucb nicety, that tho contractor, Mr,
Bnanley, aeture me that on tbe loth of
November next, an opening will be
icadb through the western shaft and by
cut April tbo wholetunuel will bo
ready for tbo
ItEAPY rou Tint CARS.
The whole coal of me tunnel will wbn
couple.ed consrUflrably utoeed
$0,000,000.
Dally employment Is gtvuti to over 600
lijen, who are divided into gangt, working
s-;lil hours, nd flf tho same Lumber.
Tilt pay roll amounts to
A DAY,
TboiaeD.tbougli workliiglOhouncucbdny
TUB BULLETIN.
!
hjndreds of feet down In the bowe'i of
tho earth, enjoy good hoaltb, roucb better
lliin f t,r1nA.-,tlt. mm1 n ido e-JPlaCO. OUT
correspondent was Invited "to
00 DOWSf
ernous depths and tho wet, dripping
'cugtV' wus sulilcleni; besides wo nave to
ambitious desire to go "below" until wo
are sent for. Tha cntiro shall
03 tho top of tho mountain I,
TEN TIIOCSASD AXD roKTY rCET
Deep. Tho western shall, tbuono wo vis
ited on the side ot tbo mountain, is ubout
one-thlrd that distance. Wo hero wit-
nested tho huge engine! putnpmg the
compressed nlr which work th drills
hundreds of feet under tbugronnd, at tho
rte of
Tur.nic nuKDr.tn itboees teu MttsrTE,
And calculated to strike with a lorco ol
20' pounds at each blow, penetrating the
solid granite from ono to five Inches a
minute, of a bola ono and a half Inches in
diameter for
MTRO-QLTCKRINE BLlSTll.'O-
About 100 yards west ot thoabuft, is a
board fence surrounding ton acres of
ground, with the announcement "Mtro
(Jlyccrlne Works Dangerous No Vtsl
tor Admitted.1 Tho hater sentence was su
tiurfluots, as fHr as we were cuncsrmd, a
wo woro perfectly fatuflid with the full
particulars of lis manufacture, without
irespatsing on its "Dangerous Ground
Wo know a doscrlptloa of tho sumo,
would bo iatcnting to your rcadors.
iva:t or sr vee
Compels us to condense the whole thing
into a nutshell by auylng that nltro-glyc-erino
is mdu fronu. nitrate of soda, nliric
and sulphuric acids nnd glycerine, and,
Hltbuugh It actually takes but one and n
hxlt hours to tnukolt, yet it requires sev-enty-t
vo bours to purify it, and forty-
eight hours to congeal and crystalizo tt.
An immense amount is used dally at the
tunnel Over
OXE TU0V!A.SfD A VTEBK
Are mado with nltro-glyeennH in prosecu
tion of ihls stupendous work. Twelve
feel per day In cash shaft Is now being ex
cavated and ever) thing goes on wilb the
regularity of clock work. A few moro
figures and we close.. Tho top of the
mountain vn tho weslorn side la just nine
teen hundml feet above tho tunnel and
twenty-seren hundred foet above tide
water. As over, J. U. E. T,
BLOODY 31 IM DEll Ii I.s DIANA
A DEsfl'EKADOS WoUK.
fl-oultvllle Courier-Journal, Monday.1
iittoui U ociocK vuituiilav uioriiint; .ilr.
Ctu. Liritiuij, residing on r rout lreel, near
tile car WorUs in .K-Uurrouvili.- mot a
young Ulan at lilt guloliulileU Tliouiaa Jlc-
Vuruuu, butter Kuoivn us 'ioiu jineu.
i'uu jouuif mull was ii,;lnly under tbo m-
ZiUflico ol liquor nt IIjo uujo aud uppeund
Do III u suileii and angry mood, iuoUU
his uonveraulioii waj not of a personal or
otluiitivu nuiuro to Mr. Urititm. After
talking ut llio guto for u low iiiiuuloit .Mr.
UriUuu starleu lulu his liuuxi, wuuii Jif
Duiiuott, without any iiivilatlou, followed
linn, ulttioUgii liu via uii enllru stranger to
lUu family Ho CMtno ou Into tho houao
and seated Mniult in a chair m-ur the dior
leading tu tho diulii-room. JIl'j. Grilllib,
iliu lad) of tbo houri-, teeing bun thnrt-,
naked 111. a lila bu?ilieSa. Ho gavoSomu in-
suliili reply in return. Blio then ordered
him to leave llio house, ite rupueu tliat
he would stay there, as long as ho pleased,
and "that all the d d poMco In town
couldn't put him out," this being said al
ter be bail been ordered out several lluisa
and the police threatened. Mr. Qrllhtli
hero lelltue room, going uui'.ne ironiuor,
tbiiising perhaps that JlcllL-rinott would
f..llow him. Tbo latter did not dj su, how
ever, but luaving biaseut in th- Irontroom,
patted into tbe dining room, and tcatud
himself un tbo breaklast table. Mrs.
Onffith again demanded of him to leave
the hi.use, and ho agirn replied that "he'd
he d d If bo wouldn't stay there us long
us lri pleated."
Mrs. Griffith hero approached him, and,
taliini' bim by tho back ur.d
shoulders. shoved him out of
ihu bouso into the yard, and
from there outside of tbo gate. During
ibis union son of Mrs uritatb, J.ihn W .
tirlfflth. was in tbo room trying to Ket
Mc'riuottto leave in a peacetul manner,
and urging bis mother to have no fuss In
the bouso. As soon as McDoi niutt wns out-
.irlu .,i tim fKin lm communced abustnr
Mrs. Oritath in tno moti viieanu uitgrnco
ful maimer, applying to her epithets of an
Intuiting i.nd bate character, used oi lv
among the low and villainous. The eon,
hearing his tnotner so suameiuiiv nuuteu,
ttarted out of tile bouse, to try uud make
MeLlLrmot; lsave. As ho patsed through
ilu Uuni jard, which taonly about 12 leel
irotu llic Iront dool tteps, he picked up a
su.'R that win lying Hi tne vara ai iuib
umo luiritt ihirty puopio uu gaiuereu iu
ilu Lelghunbuud ut tuo scence, inciuuing
.boul ivscnty abltj-bodied men. loung
Cirltllib came'outsidu ot the gate and a fuw
wmda paasad hetwven him and .vK'Ucruiult
fhen thuy commenceu ngniing. mo
blow bciwttti ihu ino muti weru rapid
ttid furious. During ihu lihtiui; several
men Hood by and urged on the tight, one
ot i he in, named Davnl Hale, saying sever
al limns, "kill him, M:Druioit, kiit him."
Pnu other mvu suodtl'ai a ditiancu of
Iron) ion to UtiyfeilaudallOMed thubrulul
E,(ht tu go on. It appears luul only a
luw ki.ew thai il' UoriiMll was Utdtig u
ktuftt upon the puraou ot GriUlih, but mat
ho wut, and with lerrifk ellvcl, was soon
made apparent. After -fining lor sever
al minutes, Onffl h turned and started
back Iniu the biu:e. When iu ttio net of
bpuiiiK tbe gitto, MeDurmoll followed and
struck him with tne k into on the right side,
luai above tho kidney Mrs, Urililth too-
i-kc thai ur son wut Ulng muruured, and
tual ihenowardly and baSaorowJ was idly
tundiug hy uud seeing iidone, rtithud out
ut .Uo liuute lolluwoU uy her daughter,
Miss Alic Orllutb. a young lady about
twenty veartot ai;o. Mrs uriUlth took
bold of er ton to drag him into the bouse,
wlivii McDaruioll turned uptui her like a
lieiur anu muile a furious lunu at hir with
the knife, bho Jumped buck Jutl in tmm
tu oioatie tbe biow, which would have
ilrucli her in the breast, and roeeivoil tbe
point of ibo knife on her right wntt Mist
Alio had by this time came up, and the
detperule tnun cut hi her, the escaping the
blow as did ber mother, by jnmpiug back,
the knile cutting a slight wound on tbe
lalt wrist. Still the crowd stood by and
mail- nooll'. ri to seize tho desperate and
InfurUud man. Tho mother and daugh
ter anally succeeded In drugging the
young mn In the houso. M Dnmott, uf
tar committing the bloody deed, walkod
rpdiy up the river bunk, and taking the
ferryboat crosied tbo rivor. Marshal
Lernmon and CVper Selbert followed over
on the nel In ai in march of him, Tho
p ilico in Millar ind First street station
bourn showida d t! reritilltpoaluon to that
mautlotfU uy inu ii.uianapoiit police a
j-BW WC9ts ago, and did all in their power
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY
t,1r. iIia Tnill.n. Am.flt. Ami thadptner
' "i ij' i'u At.u.cwtnv.uwa .-. ,
nao. Attor a search or an nour ne
fmnd roar tha transfer stable on Main
street, between First and Srond, Lasper
Selbert pointing him out to Officer Woolej
of lb s cltv, who made tb arrest, and with
tbo City Marshal of Jcfferaonvllle no wi
taken over to that city and placed In Jail.
J. w. uriuitn. wiio roceiveu ino cuts, is
supposed to ho fatallv wounded, and but
little hopes were entertained last evening
for hla rccoverv. Dr. W. D, Fout!. of
Jeffersonville, who dressed hla wound1
tales that there arn clcht In all, ono be
tween Pie fifth and s'lth ribs, penetratlnc
tho chen to tho cavity, ono in the right
side, abovo tho kldnoy, penetrating ; an
ugly Rali on tho arm above tho elbow, tl o
vein being cut and olooa uowing copious
ly, and stopped with effort. A nother fear
tui wound on Neut arm. i;ciow tne owow,
cut to tho bono. Two cutting slashes
i.cro3) tbo rncc, striking tno nose anu up
ono bad cut or stab bfilwoen tho shoulder-
blades, and a stub on the bend. All tbo
chances oro against tho wounded man re
covering.
ABOUT 11I3N11Y A. WISE.
Henry A. Wise, who would liko to bo
governor of Virginia, has a publlo history
oi ovnr w years, in lOSi no was uoirgaie
to D 'tnoerntic national convention at
Hnllimori and refused to vote for Martin
Van IJuren for vice prcsldint. In 1833
he was in congress leading in nullluca
lion: then ho slid alone on the Unltml
dtntea bank escltemcnt; then In 1840
kcn i tho nomlnalion ol .liihn lyieroy
ili IT and was potential in his ndmin-
itriMion;ihfn a Democratic elector in ISIS
and ISVi, and thin In IEjI leading what
pemed a forlorn bone against tho new
Know Nothing party, which was carrying
nveryinine hprnre it ; no maun a uriimn
L'amnnlcn. Tlipncame thn Kansas-Neb
raska business, and Wito Crtt supported
the KHnsat-Kcbraska bill, nnd tben
opposed the Lecomptnn constitution , then
came the hanging of Jobn Brown, and a
little lntr the secession convention, In
which he flrfl favored compromise, nr-d
then plunged with his slate and people into
war. Thn close of the war llr.nllj found
him, unlike nearly all of his generation of
politicians, alive hut not strsnded.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
ilrtarsfars.l ilnrrli at, I ill
OVFICK O?
OITY NATIONAL IJAKJv HA 1 110
orriCEim:
A. II. SAFrOHD. President;
S. S. TAYLOlt. Vlco-l'realds nt ;
H. HYSf.Ol, Secretary and Trea-ntet
I'. U. fltan ,
P. II. 8TbCrLSIII.
riiit. Oil, era,
l'ni.(i.6ciicii,-
H. 11. CCXNMQHtM,
II. T, llALLlrAT,
J. SI. nuMir.
I)olla ol ant'Aniannl KcorM.il lr..in
Tfa .mta Uswnnl.
iNTKKlWT f aid on ilrposil" at Ihf r'oon
percent. pr annum, Maioh Iftaad Hh(ittm
ber In, Intrrotnol withdrawn la LilJod immr
aialvlj t-itto principal of thn onttt, ll.ctfti
rlDK llmni ooinpoiili.l InlTfit.
MABIil.tn WOMSM AJfl) CIlILDItK.! MAY
IIKPORIT SIONXY
o tiur ao oc r.tar cai nun it.
Orn er bunln" dir irem 'i a.m. to S n.m..
ar.d t-aidnlsf er .os l(tr HA VINO DKl'lHIit
oalj, from i to S o olock.
auuii . ursuni', Trinror.
THE Cl'fY NATIONAL
a A.xr tc.
OA S 1! l,
CAPITAL,
I 1,1. 1 Mi l f
1 100,000
.nticrai
W. 1. ItALLUiAY, IVtldent i
HK.NRT L. HALLIDAT, VlC-I'r(Hl.1tBI
A. B. HAKFOltl), Cashier;
WALTER HT8I.OP, A'a''tn Ov.hier
inaarroasi
Hiats TAima, Hoaiar H. Orifiaon.M
llraav I.. Ualupt, W. P. n.iUDT,
Oio. D. Williaiisos, Brrrnr.i Jlmn
A. P. RtrroHD.
1:o!imikp, tloln and IJnltr tltnlra
iitiiirta Ilnnyltl nnft Hold,
DIP09IT3 roeMveJ, aail a eneml Lnklnt
hiiatnnsa nana.
HIST NATIONAL BANK
ti r n a iitn,
It. W. Mn Lr.R, I'rsldent.
J.M. TiiiLMPs. Vlco-l're-ldcnt.
Ciias. Cu.ni.sohai, Cashier.
OULLECTlONtJ J-UOUITLY M.sDK.
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Homo Advertisements.
UKXU ESTATK Ar.C.
John Q. Harntan. Cba. Tbrupp
JOHN Q. ITARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTOR
Al
CONVEYANCERS
Nor 1 1, for. ol tills Kl. r.mt Oliln I.rrt
OAtno, ItxiNot.
OlTer lor sale at low fleurcs and c.vr terrui
the lollowlug real eftate :
No 1 An elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
anil Loelial suecia. is n anuzo, n i, iinrj an.
Loto aboe grade, ft loli In h 1, In what Is
known as tbj "Itldgc block:" thoso lots run
tnrougii tne uiock irom riiicciiwi 10 ax
tuenth slreet", and Hie best rc-ldcnec pi op
en y In the elty adjoining property highly
lmiirovcil.
So S Lots. 1 and I. b 4J. cltv. Washington
avenue, hetwecu TblrtecuUiaiid Fourici ntb
street-, west side. Oood two-tory building
on c:ii!li lot.
No 3 Al.'o, vacant lotiO and C, adjoining
tho above. Lot 14, b S3, city,
on SUtli sircct, south tide,
between Commercial and Wahlnuton ave
nues, will be sold In tracts to suit purchaser,
ery tow aim oneasv lerms.
Io 4 Loti 7 and 8. b .8. corner ot Four
tccntli and 1'oplar strcctn, front on l'oplar
street, west siuc, opposite posi-nuicc uiock
No 6 tfnleildld husluess bullilluir. re.M
dence in secuml story, U rooms, ball and
irontanu rear rtairway. water on both Poors
In number one condition: tltuated ou north
west corner ot Commercial avenue and
Twelltb street. A ercat bargain irold
boon.
No 0 LoLi 4. ? and 0. b 11. dir. nn
Commercial avenue, be ween I'ouifh nnd
t'lllli streets, Lota 20 and 21, b 24. elty, on
Wa.-liiuxtoii nvenue, between Filth and
Sixth strveti). Tcnns easj', pi lec low.
ho T Lot 11, In b is, on Nineteenth
street, betwi-en Commercial avenue and
l'oplar street a great bargain. Lofj,b b'o,
1st ad., on Washlugtou avenue.
to if Two veri desirable buMncs boucs
and two lots, on sixth street between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, will bo
old at terms to pay purchaser rental of Sft
per cent (.n luvustmeiit.
No t Six lou In b 20, 1st ad. High
ground. 5 each on easy payments.
So 10 Lots 1 and i. In u 6 north eorncr ol
Tenth and Levee streets. l!et bushics loca
tion in tho elty term easy. Lota'Jl, 22 and
23 In b 111. 1st ad., south vomer ol Twentieth
and Poplar streets. Alotbrro lot: in court-
notisc uiock, irotillngnu l'oplar street.
No 11 A apieiulld two-story rcldenco on
north cast corner of Walnut and Ninth
streets, with two lots very tlcsiruMo prop
erty. No 12 Lou IS and 10, b 70 onlb sldo ol
Twenly-lirst struct, opposite "Convent
Uiock "very delruble lor rciilcnrc pur
pofC, cheap.
No 13 A well Improved firmofSI0.icre
COncresnudcrrttltlwitioti: houtesand barn
itood orchai'il, bearing trcrs: running water
through tutm above otcrllow, one quarter
mile Iront ttatlon and depot ol Cairo li .t.
Loul railroad. Will bo 'old on eav tcnn
lor SI2! per acre.
Noll Ten ol the choicest lot. In h!oct:
57, 1st addition, above entile, beautitul resi
dence location, will bo sold at a great bar
gain. We call particular attention to tbU
property as It will be aoid very low.
A TINE CIM.NCK TOU I.NVEUT.MENT.
In addition to tho roregoing we oiler lor
stln. orlc:ic, a Iur'o number ol vacant lot".
In different parts ol the elty, embracing No
1 litislnf-n and residence property.
Ill tiultntirnved lands, wo hai for ntr.
over 2o.i ou acres In Alexander and l'uln-kl
coiinile-, at prices ranging from .?2 to tl'i
per acre, nnd are prepared to oiler induce:
incuts to purcna'ers that cannot bo equalled
In Colorado, Texna or anv other place or bv
"anyolbcrman." A large amount ol landso'f
tho very best quality, in Alexuuder.mil I'tt-la-kl
eountlen, belonging to tbo IIUnoN Cen
tral Itallrnail vompuuv, lor lb alc of which
we are tho agent, will be wld very low anil
on filch cay terms that a person ol induetrl
oils hublttf, with u vr mull nini ol ready
inoiiuy, ran In lew yoars become the
owner ol' n productive larm. Wo liave
plain and descriptions of all landa offered
lor nalo ami will lako pleasure In Miowlng
purchafcra the property. Titles to all lands
sold by tin guaranteed, and fclionn Irom the
patentee when required by abstract. Ap
ply to JOHN (. IIAKMAN A CO.,
Cor. Sixth and Leve t., Cairo, 111.
Juno 7, 1873.
0. WIaVSTO.V fi CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
7t (hecokd rLoon) onio lkvkr,
OAIKO, ILIA,,
RtJV AND SXLL RKAL KflTATK,
PAY TAXES,
FDJtNISIl AD3TKAOT8 OP TITLJt
Ami piPTrn nontfTane of Klait:
uunnts ttitsi is(iiemws.biu)i-ii
z. ii. MATnuts.. i r, uni.
MATHUSS& UHI.
AXD OENKBAL,
C O M M I 3 3 I ON M F. R 0 HAN T9
DEALErj ..-!
1 AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
OHIO J.KVEE.
JOHN B.PHLHS& SON,
(Bcccesscra to Jobn 0. PMIllt.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING ilEROHANTO
ana
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Hrnn, Sr,
ton. TENTH-MT. ami OHIO LEVI.
PAIHO, ILLH,
i:sr.iiii.iNiii:it isj..
J. O. MATHEWSOaV.
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Agent for
Ha?.up asp Dupont 1'owpeii Co,
AUGUSTA. OA.
7-0-3U1
NTEAJIIIOVIN.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
St All. 1IOAT.
I I. o apldDdtd Dteanicr
J .S. FISK,
Dick Fowleii, Oaptuln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted, at
p.tu Kor trelght opasnagc apply on boit u
, tu .Ias. Malioky, Ag't
10, 187a.
Our Homo Advertisers.
HALLIDAT BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FU!l WA RDIN0 anu (JOMMIRS10N
si r. u It II A N' I M.
I) BALERS IN V 013 R ;
trd Mn-ti (.t
ontc RtvsB mu KAiti.'wni
- r . sti,
70 Oiiio Lrvkii,
Ca.11.0, lLl.laois.
MILLER .V I'ARKKR.
O EN B R A L COM M I SS I ON
KtMlWA I'.DIIin M F.IK'II A NTS,
im-:alku in iM.omi, corn
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AtlKNTd run FAUIIIANK'.'J HO A LEH
Ohio l.evce. CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
COFFKY. I'ACF. .V CO.,
V St W A It It I i
V S II
COM M SSU)N MEUOH ANTS-
!i:.LKK I sr
HA V,
CORN,
OATS,
MEAL,
FLO IT fl AND COUNTUY ritODIJOE
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
n-12tf
S. D. Ayriiw,
R. ,1. AVER
Ai'ERS fc CO.,
FLOUB
-AKP-
OUNERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto Lf.vke, C.imo, III".
i-7tr,
l'E T 1J K O U U L,
r.xcln-lrr
FLOUR MERCHANT
.U(D
3yriX.-C.SBS' A 3-33 IT a?,
to. 9C OIIIO I.TiTKF.,
3-20 tf.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
Fnrwnrding and Gimmiasion
MERCHANT,
mi'
WUAHK-HOAT 1'KOI'JtlKTOIl,
prop are I
to lonvard all klndi ot frei,'bti
to all point.
"liiilnps stte n.lwl to rromptlr
0. CLOSL',
ODNIIIIAI, COMMISSION MKIHJHANT
And ilealrr in
! Liib,Camknt, 1'i.ArrKii, Hair, Kto.
i
. Ohio love.'.
I ta7Iwlll.-ellilli:arlotdlot..l ui.lUUlUO
Hirers' prices, adding freight. -"
WOOD RITTRNITOUf"? ,K0
FLOUR
Oouerai Comutieaiou .Morolmn
183 OBIO LBVSB,
Homo Advortisementa.
W. H. Morns,
Nn'sryPnhlln,
No.Ptjb, s,t .', On
ni'.R, HULL, OAROO, LIVE flTOOR
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
HTSTTiinsrcrHi.
.V.T.VA, DAHTFOItl, I
Aet fi,H1,tM 0
north AMr.nioA, im
Act .J,JS.'i'l 00
HARTFnnU, OON.N.,
AtrSlK - IJ-1 1,210 74
PHIKN1X, IIAKTFOrtl),
Al. ...,?l,Tt,tl
I.NTEKNATWNA L, N. Y
JI,l,1J
I'UT.NASI.IIAKTKOlin,
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(ILKVnjANP, CIiICVF.IilNII,
A'fii vv.,f,n
iinMn.roi.nMnii.s,
AM. tlM.i
AMKltlCAN CK.NTIHL, MO.,
Aftt srw,ii
CONKF.CT1CCT MUTUAL. LIFE,
A"i"i tvi'iva,) oo
TKaYci.Enr, nAtiiroKD, urn and
ACUlDKNf,
ituxt ....., rnojifio u
Kill "CAT PAbSC'iGERD A sfil'KAN'CE
CO., HARTFORD,
mi . jyio.noc 0j
isnarsMtixKT, flosroir, '.
AswIs.m i'!n,R2 n
HA ri'OI! J), MOHHLS i OA NDKU,
71 (Halt. tv-.
FIRE AND MARINE
I HT STJ."R A won
lUNI'AMr.s.
NIAOAKA, h. v.,
ll,l-s,SI J
OICnUAKlA, fi. T.,
"H mm l,UW,Ttl U
UANOVKW, V. Y-
VMr ..... .....M ;m 111 "I
RKFUIILIC, .V. 1 ,
AiatttMwt(HB((tati(. tn,tT l,9t 00
UnmprlMcc thcUntorrltntt'Aiir.
rr.VKKR!, .v. v.,
lt ST ll
Ai.ri.vv ctTr,
s-i .. n.m
riui.MKN f rrxn, . r.,
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SKCCHMT, y. r. HA hi. si:,
Mlt 1,1!S,4
Stef, Unallin, tornitiirc, llutti aii'l Usr
KO, inur-l at ratta a fsarmijlr .oonl. r. r
I niaD'Dt trwirltr will wrrant.
I I rtapM-tfull- sj of tha nllnen.rl C-
i aha-aof Ihur p'ronw. ,
I '. . iinaiKK.
TKI'TOyiA LIKE INSURANCE j
coMpyary.
UK CHICAGO, ILLINOI-
C:xt'l. Officb. 17. "Watjingtov t
AOTIVA. 3565QOOO.
TliN n.'rman Life lnurrmri- Company
gmr.mt.f not only paid-up l'o1Ieic but
hNo a Valtto In fnli on thn Nnn-forfellurc
plan
JOHN A. HUGE, -0.
KNOUELHDOl'.E,
.JOHN W. lMtUES,
Asent for Cairo and vicinity.
RISMAlMrjlUNn.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Llfo Insurance
and Hick ltcllcf by weekly dues and mutual
co-operation In objects ol public bcnellt.
Tho Liio Insurance l'ollclea will be Isticd
by the Tcutonla Llfo Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, Prcl-Irri'.
.IOUN W. I'RUESS, Ag't.
rnrS'itlroHUd Vicinity
WIFtEM AADLIKUl'HK,
It. SMYTH & CO
WHOLEr.ALE OROCKKS,
nn in i.zvitti
A I It O. I 1. 1. 1 tl I a.
A'o, Sep i,nriftiit!jr on hsr.d a mfi' i-orn
lile'e (took of
SiV.TCH AKP IBIdn WfTI.RIRi
(1 1 K fl.-
Fort, Mr.dorIa, Sherry nnd CaUwlrt Wlnf
R. Smith A. Co. arc also spents lorPpen
ctr, McKay & o.'s 1'lltsltiri; alc,olvvnlih
lart-e stock la kept constantly on hand at
thelrwbolcsale store.
IIOTKLSi.
mi rnnns rtreet,
3ARM1,
ILL1N0I3.
Oood stabling connected with Uie house,
ind sample room for commercial truvelrn.
free oranlbtf to and lrota all trains.
H -n I
I M I) Ul ) V --!.. ,
PARKER A BLAICE,
I lailtb
WALL rAl'ER, JAINTPf
I'sitlj', Hkiialne, linaollitP,
WIWDOW QLASfi.
WINIKlW .-Ai.fl
Aii'l lli rclidrateJ i':uriiinim
AURORA OIL.
iiumVi uii.iiini) cop liu r, iMiM
MKItOI.tr sv ,
aA1" Illim.is
ins 1.,
CAIRO CITY CO A L
C"70Ja1 -JK.Wr.
If l-i-j'i-l iii?ir "i.tuin-r a
'Itia'lit of
HITTSHIIUGADILUNOIS
OO AT,.
1 OltDiatb left at Halllday llros. oiltt,o, v
1 B.,1l?MLI!.v,5f or Ht ,JlB Co' vriI helow the
1 nt. LharM Hotel, will rccelvo prompt atten
tion, ibo Tsa "Montauk" wUl brln oosl
wnjfside to stoamort at any hour r
Our Home AdvortiserB.
lt(MTANI wllOEW.
SAVE MONEY
And buy your
BOOTS SHOHa
or
11. JOIVKS,
Cur. Lull, aircetnuil t oiniuerrUI A v
I am now nrcnarpil In miniilat turn !
pringttle.siieh ns palentlenther, morroru
oiick nun cnii-SKin oonta, Mioct. Willi IK
toe, cork and pump sole, Hcotch bottomi.
and bevel edge or any other stylo you wish
lamaNo manufacturing nn extra quality
or ladles' shoe. My material and work
manship aro warranted to be ol the bct. I
am determined to not bo undersold lor the
ssmc quality ol irnoili.
Itcpalrlng dolus nrally and nn short
nntlco U. .'ones.
MISCI'.LIiA.NSJOI'N.
Iu'mis, r howk'in'K
RAO MA NUPACTURERri
A 0 kstsi Home Cotton Mitia
SO. M Obln Lf vnn, Cairo, li;
t-3-2m.
WARD A ROBERTS,
PAI1TTBBS
Dkai em is AViwdow Shadi.',
Wall I'apxb, 1'crk "White
Lah, I.isiefd Oi;
UIlOKA OIL,
Spirit Tuiipentivc, Olij.
rtiiRLUio, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Wa'lilnjtlon "iveniiB and nnvrnlb t-Urt
(J.VIRO, - . Illisoi
NEW LINrv STAHLE
TENTH 3TKKET,
PETW ttS WAIII'.V AV.StlE AND W ALXC1
Pr. H. r. FI.I.L Interna ta (IIm that L l.a
ornJ
. v k n v s r .t h i, i:
or. U.e neitl.ar.t a.Ua r,f Tanth ttrett st f.. .
bot,
tilt "'Ablrt ha fnn.Ufil with i,n.-, I ,.i
BEST THTOSES
AND (iOOI) VEHICLES.
and the linbiie may I.e. aenmmoilsled at n
hour of the day and nivl.r Willi ijfo lcam
on the lo !'! term-.
lr. l leld- a-kAa 'h:it' ofi ii'ilKi atronni;
and will endeavor to nn rit i ' y tatrdcMHu
and trlct attention to iu l
WAOi .v .MA N'U FACTOR V
i''1- 'lr at Whole"-. or Rct.tl,
OOn.V Fit UlO-fiTIlF.ET AND OHIO l.fct M
Cairn, Illinois.
III! J P. OAVfll.fcl
CARL PETER5.
b ImlA-c jbz s nr it h
Cur Dlpvntli mill Copl tr
Informs thn public that '-o liisengagcu the
"cnlceof a l'lrst-claas Wagon makcrand
also a Flrt-claes Horfo shoer and li ready
to manufacture and cpairall kinds of work
in this trade with unilr and di-patcb,
S-S-Bin.
NEW l'ORK STOxiE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARORST YARlETT STOCK IK Til PITT
OOOD3 30LD VERY CLOSE.
Oirnrr of Nlnnlrt.mli atreel nad C'oiu
mtirelHl Avnaiia.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
O. O. PATlKIt
MiLi.iF.Eatr.
MRS. McGEE,
Oo fcUhth Stt'et, tetween Oorsmerclal a-4 W iu
rtcu ATtnuet, Is dallf rcoelTlai
NEW MILLINERY GOODa
or tbi
LATUJ.T ai-BIltrj .UfDJSOMMKR 8TTI.5S
HcemtS s lull linocl
Trimmed ni nntritnmiwlj
riih.M ii KI.OWF.R-. RIHP.ONfl, TltlMMI'i li
of all blmlt, tM, ato rto.
Mrs, Mr.e bat also a Isrga aorlnifnl .
FatiOy Aillolo. mich an .
KUl'tS.BAaill!?, l'AN3,
A Ml all other Art'.clns utnally lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK
Mrs. McGcc. Iu addition to her rtloek nf
Fancy and Millinery (lnod, bus a tlno and
Comiilete 8'ortmnnt of Cincinnati Custom
ni'ido I.tnllns' and .Mljies' Hhoc and (Jbll
dleiis' ItootH, Illack and in Color-. Tbcfo
areiicl.nowliuled to bo tho llne't and btat
over In tho mnrltut, and thin is ibc onlv
hnip,e the city that makes thorn .1 specialty
Ut3f. you can buy six
and one-lialf lbs. Durant'a
A Cofl't'o Sugar lor Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Host
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio CoiVeo, One Dollar ; Best
linporial Tea, One Dollar and
a half por pound ; Host Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Sevonty-iivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson ami Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ov
erythingProPortionatelycheap ftt Hiram Bixby,
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