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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1878.
jfOV. 6, 18".
l rtpwsl thClly nml County.
.IUUNIlOBKULY. Kdltr and Publish!
TOKBOWTBe"uaT' PULLETIN i
UMWMk, by earrler 25
Oaeyeer by carrier, Inartvaucf. 10 00
OtM tmt by curler U not p il J In
adVaac s oo
TERMS Or WEEKLY UTJLLKTIN.
Una Year l M
Six Months. , . . .A
Three Mouths W
Invariably In advance.
MMUl mKr on every png.
Carl Bcuuiu, who has been In Europe
for ill montbi or more, has roturned, nod
wh expected In St. Louis yesterday.
Til Missouri Republican, owlnc; to
the steady Increaio ol Its business, has
been compelled to dd a column of m ut
ter to each of iti eight pages, thui making
material Increase In Itt sito.
The late unpleasantness between Henr y
Ward Beecher and Theodore Tllton It, as
it were, among tbe things of the past,
They have, figuratively speaking, kissed
and forgiven each other. Tllton goes out
from Plymouth cburcb, at paaco with
Beecher and all Its inomhers, and the
'Beecher scandal ' is still nn unsolved
State Auditor Liriscorr has just de
termined tho per cent, on the valuation
on taxable property in tho state to bo
raised for expenses of the stato govern
ment to be thirty-six cents on each $100.
Last year tbe rata was scventy-flvo cents 1
on each 1100, and tho amount raised whi
$1,000,000 less than the same to be raised
thli year. The reduction in the present
la owing to tbe largely increased valua
tion of property over the valuation of lait
Tm president and all his cabinet aro
In Washington at present, nr were at lat
ent telegraphic dispatches. Tho occur
rence is so raro a one, that it is worth
making a cote of. The question hns re
cently been asked with much show of
reason, whether, if tho samo rulo in id
gard to salary were observed in tho cao
of tbo highest and best paid oflicors In
the government, as obtains in tho case of
the clerks in the departments, namely a
deduction of salary for every day spent
away from tbe capital, the president, his
advisers and assistants wi.uld nut put in
more time at Washington and leu in vari
ous other parts of the country.
NAST, AND THE NEW YORK
Tbe New ..York,..' Herald,' -wtiWU ...
-o Ulnj VUlOrpliaea svuian navu
commanded the respect anl admiration of
tbe country and tho world, Is now on-
traced in ono not so wide in its ro-
ults as some of its former ones,
but fully as liberal in its spirit, and char
acteristic of tbo1 Herald's ' friendliness to
honest morlt whenever found. Tho ' Hor
aid's ' attention having been called to the
fact that Nasi, the celebratod caricaturist
of the 'Journal of Civilization,' notwith-1
standing his successful elforts In tho
causo of tho Ropublicnn party, is still
a poor man, who makes a precarious liv
ing by delivering lectures in various parts
of the country, has started a fund for the
bonoflt of (ho Impecunious artist, and
will receive contributions Irom any
ourco and seo that they aro faithfully ap
plied to tbe objoct propoiod. Tho 'Her
ald's' appoa! has already been responded
to, and donations are pouring in from all
tides. No body neod be doterred on tbo
core of not being ublo to glvo much.
Several rich men, indeed, have contrib
uted liberally, aomo sending as high as
two dollars to tho Nut lund, and ono gen
eroui soul hu made tbo offer of a monkoy
and a hand-organ; but tho bulk of the sub
scriptions are in sums of three, live and
ten cents ; and some, themselves poor, but
who think tbe will should be takon for
tbe doed, havo sent postage stamp, once
used, to bo sure, to help swell tho fund for
tho desorving Nasi.
MILK PURE AND IMPL'RE.
The health officer of Louisville is deep
In tbo mysteries of testing tho milk vend-
od by tbe milk dealers ot that city. Tbu
milk Is tested by a galactometor, a glass
tube, mado to float upright in tho water,
ana surmounted with u atom upon which
are two scales, ono for uio In testing the
quality of tkm milk, tho
other that of milk In which tho oream
hat not been rotuovod. In order to do
termlnethe proportion n( croam present,
tbe instrument must be used in connec
tion with another, called tbo lactometer
designed for that purpose. Tbe milk to
be tested must beat a temperature of ilxtr
. i i . . -
uegrees, in oraer so arrive at a correct
eetlmate ol its purity, it having beon
snown tnai milk, freshly taken from
tbe cow, contains about thirty
mree per ceni. oi natural water
according to tbe lactometer, but when
cooled to the proper temperature is found
cy vne same test to bo nearly equal to
cream. Out ol forty-tbreo milk venders
of JjoulsvJUe, less than one-thlrd who fol
low tuat business in tbo etiv. tl.tritnn
were ;found who water their milk morn
or loss, twenty-four sell pure milk, and
Ix have what is known as rich or over
para milk. When it Is understood that
ot all tbo articles of diet used Ly man,
milk Js the tuost Important, containing
within iUelf all tho elements necessary
for tbe sustenance and growth of
iae nunsD ooay, it is apparent that
It purity U a matter of tbe utmost coase
quence. Individual sickness olten results
from tbe use of impure milk, and during
a late opidemic of typhoid fever In ono
portion of London, tbe causo, upon exam
fiatton, wai confidently believed to have
ssw found In tbe adulteration of the milk
nU la that locality by watering it from
jUk iMpure well.
THOMAS "WILSON ELECTED COM-
FLSHKK, AVII,SN AND SANDKIW
CONSTITl'TK THE HOARD.
HltOSS, LYNOll AND MARTIN
KNOCK DOWN THE I'EKCIM
MONS. MRS. TAYLOR ELECTED SUPKU1N
TEN DENT OP SCHOOLS.
Wo Imvo tho following additional rc
turns from tho county:
THF.lt KS FRKOIN'CT.
Tlitbts Dross - I"
Ilocto&th Hross. .
Goose Island llro
Santa Ke llross
Thtlts T, tiUi
Unit) L)nch h
Gocne hi an J Lynch
Santa IV l.yncl
I heli Martin
Dogtooth Mania -
Unity Mattln .'.
UiWte Island ilartiti
Santa Ke Martin
SCHOOL BUIT.llINI i:Nr.NT.
TUbu-Mrs. Uron W
Itogtocth Mrs. ltrown ?
Unity Mnrilrown '
.Mrs. T) lor '
f jwrence 1"
Cocc lUr.J Mr, llrown S
Santa Te Mrs. Urown If
1'utnarn...: : 'V
ClearrrrcV Mrs. llron
Tutnam -a $
Th1 -Sh,rtTtlManrr..Kmv.kiuui:u2i.i.. V'
amlers M .. il
f)ofll(th fisher '
llodees - H
Usher - -
. Fisher I1'
Hodges , !i
McPheters has CS majority over ilros
outsido tho city precincts, with Hazlu
wood to hear from, which will probably
givo Dross a majority. In tbo city Ureas',
majority is CS9.
Lynch received 151 mnjority in the
above precincts ovor both his opponents
182 over Crowley and 317 over Davison.
.Martin's majority in tbo precincts
named is KIT.
Mrs. Brown', voto In tho precincts
named was 173: Lawrence', lut: Put-
nms', 1C3 ; Mrs. Taylor's, 'JO.
Tho t.'Mal of votes for each caiidldnto
for Comitiiiiloner in tho nbovo precincts
is as follows: "Wilson, 01, of which
number bo rccolvcd one-third in Oooio
Island ; Martin, i!i!8
Hodges, HI; McCrite, l'J'Jj Marl:hlldon,
io ; i-isber, ltt'j ; MctJce, 74. Tbo
strongest candidates oulMde ot Cairo
wore Sanders, Wilson, and Thomas Mar
tin. If the opposition in Cairo to Mr
Wilson hart been concentrated in Mr.
Martin Instead of on Mr. Hodgts, Mr.
Wilson oould havo boen easily defoalvd
Jir. Alartlli woum navu received moro
votes tbat Mr. Hodges did in Cniru, mid
woum nave ueieatou mm by at
least 1CU majority. Hut wo shall
not weep over tho spilt milk of Mr. Wll
ion's eloctlon, If tho result teaches him
wisdom. Ho has ''scratched" into the
office. He is a minority commissioner
Out of over 1,200 vote polloil In tliu city
Mr. Wilson rocolved onlv AiiZV, votes
loss than half of the numbrs cast in Cairo
em Tuesday last. In Cairo and the coun
try precinct named above, about 1,800
votos woro polled, of which number Mr,
wnson received ouly 713, Mr. Wilson
may learn from wbat wo bavn said tbat
i he has no reason to boast of his success
llo won 'Jill victory, not bocauio Of his
ovn strength, but because Ills oppononts
were dlvldod. They scattered their votes.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
TWELVE THOUSAND EMPLOYES
ON THREE-FOURTHS TIME.
TAYLOR. THE REFORM ER, ELEC
TED IN WISCONSIN.
SUSPENSION OP MILLS AT LOUIf-
A HALT IN THE TW KED TRIAL.
THE "MOSS" OIUECTf TO JUDUE
DAVIS TRYING HIS CASK.
THE NEW YORK ELECTION.
(Ji'TA 'At Ont, Ndvomliur C -Tbe
Ministry barn resigned and iho Governor
hns sent for Mr. MoKen.lo, leader ot the
oj position, to fjrm a now givornmoiit.
Xr.W JKLISKV l.r.UISI.ATl'RE.
Newauk, November 6. Tho Senate
stands: II Republlrnns to 7 Democrats ;
AsDombly, 'ii Ropublicnns to '2 Demo
FROM SALT LAKE.
Salt Lark. November C. There Is n
discouraging outlook fur tho winter llnan
cialy. Hut little bullion hits muvtd since
tboeaslorn punic. a itrivaiu ouiik us-
pt-nded this morning, the result of which
is thivt motiev is tighter than ever. The
stnppago of Hons & Co., of New lorV,
anecteil parties uoru eunouiy.
Tilt: ItAAlNK TI'.IAL.
Pahi!, November S. At ISazainu s trial
tu-dar. Count Poltskao, Napoleon's last
mlnistf r of war, testified in regard to Ins
acts while in olllco. llo accepted no re
sponsibility of mnrcli on Sednn ; bo ad
mitted that ho received no Paris dispatch
from Marshal Unzuinu; be did not notify
McMahon. It Is bolleved thn Marihal
was already iswnro of its contents.
KXVV yVHK LKUlSLATL'Kt.
Ai.iunt, Noveinbor fi, Tbo Albany
Ev ening Journal claims that l'J Republi
cans, 12 Democrats and one Independent
Republican aro electud to tho Senate. It
puts Thompsons, In the Twenty-third dis
trict, and Woodwurd, in the Twenty
sixth, as elected, although both aro in
doubt. It says tbe returns for tbe At
somblyrnen aro so incomplete that its table
may bo changed.
ViCKbiiuna, NovomberS. Tbo election
returns hto incomplete, ibis city gives
Alcorn 100 majority. The regular Re-
publican county tlckot it olocteii, except
two representatives. Tho county i;lves
Ames about 5,000 majority, agmnst 3,000
last election. Largo Consorvalivo gains
aro reportod from ovory precinct. Only
about ono linlf of tho usual voto was
itcnrcTiu.v of i-av anu laiioi:.
Dostok, November 5. On Monday next
tho Knston railroad will reduce tho hours
of labor and pay twenty per cunt.
A mectine of tho representatives of tho
Lowell ruilli has beon held to consider tho
best course to pursue under tho nrosont
depression. Then mills employ about
l'i.UOO bands and operato a naif million ot
tilndlos and about IXOUO Ioijiik, It was
voted to begin at onco to run on three-
fourths time and o cotitir.uo until tho con
dition of ntl'airs changes.
TKOl'IILi: IX Til K HOI.Ll.NO MILLS.
LoriHVii.LE, Novomher C Tho lower
rolling mills at Ne'v Albany closed to-
y, tlto workmen dcmaudlnir an advance
of wages, to which the proprietors would
not accede and discharged thorn. Pour
hundred men are thus thrown out of em
ployment. Tho cement mills around tho
falls will shut down to-morrow, having a
largo stock piled up and light sales. Tbo
iron mouldors belonging to tho union
havo rofusod to accede to a reduction of
wagos, and Lltbgow iV Co. will discharge
100 men ami cloio thoir foundry In a day
or two. Tho Louisville rolling mills have
stopped operations, Many establishments
are running on reduced wages, and others
will closo whentheii present contracts aro
-. - . - -
Memfiim. November 0. Mortuary ro-
port for the twouly-fcur hours ending at
0 p. m. : t rom yellow fever, 4 j other
causes, is. woatner cloudy, wait mod
iMitrsTHiAi, Kxrni iuon,
Tho Memphis Industrial Exposition
opens on the 18th Intl., and will be hold
until I li it nun ol uoceiubor.
At a nicotine of tho City Council hold
to-duy, Cecilia, chairman of tho Hoard of
Aldermen, asked that a committee bo ap-
otuted to investigate Win cliarges against
im of imposing on tlto Citizens' Relict
In a inessacn to tho Ooneral Council
this afternoon Mayor Johnson reurettod
tnat Alderman uuciuu Had assumed tho
luties of mayor during his illness, thorobv
enabling him to Inllicl a foul stain on tho
character of tho city of Mompuls. and in-
viiou tuo attention oi tue jioard or Alder-
mon to bis case, hoping they will deal
promptly with him and impose such pun
ishtnont as tbu tuagnltudo of the oilense
Atchison, Katun, November i. Com
plote returns from this count v show the
following result: help, republican candb
date for sherill, hss a of H majoiity
I2ulcc. farmer, for treasurer. 10!i raaiof.
uy; Korbs, farmer, for county clerk, 11
majority) Woodworth, republican, fur
surveyor, !J5l inalorily, and Ilynincro
publican, for coroner, 100 majority.
Btorch and Lanbort, republicans, nnd lie-
non, larmer, are eiwctca commisslonors
Thortcn and Witson, republicans, and
Stonor, farmer, are oleclcd representatives.
Tho republican ticket Is elected in Nrm
aha county byfthantliomo majority. Tny-
or, democrat, ana uutnmino!, repuoucan,
iro oloctod ropresonlaliios. In tho.Trpy
district, Doncphorn county, R. Stout is
elected representative. iau iopuuiican
elect nil of their candidates In Jackson
countv, excopt register ol deed amlj
commissioner. Tho iartt.or's ticket
tiikcab of tub ironuihl'..
Milwaukee, November o. Tho olll
cial report of tlto steambest inspectors on
tho loss of tho Ironsides, has beon for
warded to Washington. They And hor
snfo ar.d so-wortliy, otitl well supplied
with life-boats. They aro compolled,
however, to criticise tbo judgment of tho
captain In putting tho" steatnor about
when oft" Muskegon ar.d driving hor
against a heavy ses, tboroby gratly on
dangcrlng tho vc'Jel, wbnn, by keeping
her boforo thn -wind, ho could have run to
tho Man'.on island, nnd thus nude n good
barber. This was Captain Hweellnnd's
mistake, aod by il hu lntt his own life.
Aside from this blunder ho Is hlcbly com
mended for his coolness and excellent ills
crotiott In tho hour of dangor, boing tho
last to leave tho sinking boat.
WISCONSIN" i: MICTION.
Mii.waukkk, Novomber 0. Returns
to-duy and to-night do not, materially
:bange tho estimates sent last nigbt. It
is only a question of how much Taylor s
majority is. Tho Reformers claim till
011:111 to ten thousand ; tho Republicans
rniii'i',1,1 nnlv II vn thousntid. and till)
settHto nearly a tie with throo districts to
htur from. Thn Republicans havo n largo
mnjority in tbo assembly,
ciiAiit r.tcTour utriiNKii.
Mii.waukkk, Novombor , The chair
factory ol tho houso of correction belong
ing to tho county of Milwaukee burned
to-night. Tho lot Is cstimatcil botwoon
thirty and thirty-llvo thousand dollars.
The latest from the .Minnesota election
gtvi'9 Davss (R.publicari t from f,000 tn
C,000 niHjnrlty Dike, tho farmors' candi
date for tilat i Treasurer, is probably clott
ed by a small majority.
H1K TVt'KF.D C'ASIt.
Nr.w Voiik, November 6. In tho
Tweed tune, itftcr a recess, Jud&o Davis
nnnuunccd thitl ho uliould takn no action
on tho untruthful und extraordinary pa
per presented by Iwi-ed s counsel and or-deit-d
Ihttcnso to proceeJ,burply cltLcking
Orahitiii and llartletl, who tlusired to ur
gtto the point. After examining a juror
and rejecting him, and wholi examining
tbostcjnd one, Tweed's counsel claimed
that as under tbe now luw tho court was
acting as trior of jurors, hu should take
tho oath formerly prescribed lor triors,
.ludgo Dtvis stated il was no new thing
for it judgo to bo a trior, Tho counsel
contended against tho judgo, but without
any douialon on this novel point tho court
adjourned until to-morrow. It is under
stood tbat tho paper contains a protest
against Judge Davit' presiding, on the
grounds that he Is preju liccd against the
accused sinco the last trial nnd also that
hu is personally hostile to him.
liUMOCnATIP MA.IOMTT.i .
Kings county and Brooklyn city com
plete givo 3,97 - Democratic majority for
tho state ticket and elect both Democratic
S'-natom, live Democratic nml four Re
publican Assemblymen aud tho entire
Demcratic city and county tlckot. The
mayor's maioritv is 7,5 17. Tho Demo
crats also havo a majority on tho Hoard of
Nf.w Yokk, Novembor .". Tho total
voto on lm Sttttu ticket u h city hi
31,V31 on Secretary of Stale, which it
used as the tost voto" The rota in fnvor
of tbo annoxatlon of Winchester hut been
almost unanimous In both cotmtloa, so
that tho union or Urn two sectionals vir
tually decided. Returns from nvorv
county in tho Stato indicato a clear Dem
ocratic majority of 10,725. Tho total Re
publican majority Irom 37 counties was
38,'JOO, and tho Democratic majority from
23 counties was 48,335. Theso returns,
however, aro not completed.
WAsill.vuro.v, November 6. For tho
northwest falling rain wiib southeasterly
winds and warmer and increasingly
cloudy weather. For the Iskes northerly
and easterly winds, partly cloudy and
clear weather. For tho Ohio Vallov and
thonco to Southern Tonnesseo northeast
erly winds, lower temperature and partly
cloudy weather, For tho Oulf States
northeasterly winds, Mlim; temperature.
cloudy -woatber, with occasional rain,
clearing away Thursday mnrnlnc. For
south Atluutb States northeasterly
winds, fulling temporature.cloiidy weather
aud rain near tho coust. For Middle
and States falling tompurature, northerly..
winds and gonerally clour vtenther.
PlTlsuuiitlll, Novomber River lull.
ing; 0 feet 10 Inches in tho channel.
Nahuvillb, November 0. River full.
ing rapidly; 3 feet 0 Inches on thottls.
Woatber hazy, pleasant.
Vicksiiuro, Novomber 0. Up Mary
Alice and barges, Katie, Capitol Citv.
Fannio Lewis. Natche. did not got oil'
until 1 p. m, to-duy. Raining nil day.
Nkw Ohlka.vi", November .1. Arrived
Carrie and Kountr., St. Louis; .loliu
11. Maude, Momphis. Doparted Hollo
Leo, Chicott City. Raining almost over
slnco noon yesterday.
Evanbyillb, Ind,, Novombor fi.
Clear nnd mild. Rlvor fallen 2 Inshos.
Port list Down Arch P Urovcr, 7 p m ;
Coal hill, 0 am; drey Eagle, - p m,
Idlowllds, 3 p in. Up (loorgo Roberts,
9 am; Eayette, 'J p in; Mary Amount,
I p in. liuslness dull,
MKMi'iua, Novembor A. Rlvor roso
15 inches; weather cloudy and indica
tions of rain. Arrived City of (Juincy
and Yager, St. Louis; .lohn Howard,
Now Orleans. Departures to-morrow
City of Chester for St. Louis at & p m,
Onawacha Hollo nnd Scudder for New
Orleans at 4 p m.
Sr. Loi'is, Novomber C Arrived
Mountaineer, .Missouri Rlvor; Clinton,
Kejkuk; Julia, Vlckshurg; Anna. Ohio
River, Departed Susie Silver, Henry
Ames and Futuro City, New Orleans ;
Clinton, Dubunuo; Grand Tower, Mem
phis. River about stationary, woather
clear and warm and business improving.
Nkw Yobk, Novomber D. liuslness in
tbo Dry Geods market continues very
quiet with manufacturers' agents, und tbo
Jobbing trade is sluggish. The market
for cotton goods is heavy, bnt steady un
der tho lately reduced prices, Cotton
flannels aro fn fair demand and (Irmly
held. Clothing wojiuos aro dull and ir
regular. V kw Oiilen, Novembor 5 Flour In
good demand; triple, 7 ii8B 60; family
$0(u0 75 Corn dull; mixed 74; white 70.
Oats ipilet Vifyit. Hrnrt dull, Hay dull
and lower; prhno $22; choice $'.'1 Pork
offering at $10 CO. Nhouldori dull at 7c
llacon dull and depressed: clear rib 7c;
clear sldos BQ8I0; no demand for hams.
Lard scarce with only local demand; tierce
"tO?11 krg 10c. Molasses quiet; prime
68C0c. "Whiskey scarce at 'JJc; Cincinn
ati ji ot. fdBu a;t)j3c. turn meal
tli mat ii Ui,
CllIUAtio, November' b. Flour quiet
Wheat auti utiti lower, closing wcaic,
No 1 spring sold SI O'.'gjl 02 j; regular
$1 05; northwestern Noli closed, i I US
cash or Nov.j SI Dec, No 3,
Uflrn, opened nrm, closed nun and.
lower; No 2 mixed SlJilc caihj iiCe
Oats dull and lower, No 'J, 2'(n,'liic
cash; JH'JSJc Dec.
Kyo steady, Die.
Harlcv dull nnd unsottled. closing lower
No '.', fall $1 31;!; spring $1 01.
Provisions otoidy. moss purK. $11 10
cash or Jan.; $12 Feb.
Lard, fair lom ar.d and easier, CJc cash,
shoulders 3Jc; packed short rib, mldles
nnd long clear uc; bacon unchanged.
Illghwlnol 8Sc, closing nt 87c.
St. Louij, November 6. Hemp nom
inal; fair to choice undressed "Ci'OCS I 20.
J'iotir dull; superllno $3 'J50t (J0; X,
$4 00; XX, 6 'ifi(jt,0 0I; A' XX,
0 2r.fu7 00; cholco to family 7 2o7 75;
fancy $8 0U,J U0.
Wheal dulr and unsottlod ; No. 2 spring
U5!J8e; suft otrerod at f I, without buy
er. ; No. 1 rod fall $1 lu; No. 3 SI ':!;
new $1 471 CO.
Corn dull and lowoi; No. 2 mixnl 30jc
cash, for regular cr lots.
Oats dull and lowor; otfeied at 31c
cash; 3)Jc bid lor mixed.
Harley dull; No, 2 spring 1 20! 25;
sample lots brought $1 li'&l 3-i cholco
Nebraska $1 361 40.
Ryolnactlvo; No. 2 61C-c
Pork dull, at SU; no stock.
Drv salted meat, oulot and unchanged.
Hicon irregular, with a wldo margin ho-
tween cash and timo prices ; clear ribs
Uc; clear sides OJc, cash; clour ribs life,
clear sides 7c, thirty day time.
Lerd dull ; domestic now staarn f!)j.'f;()7c,
Whiskv steady and linn, at 00c,
Colfei'llim: illo 27A7u)2S3c.
Catllo dull: L'ood to cholco iiutive
stoers nominal, at 4 00I21; wiutred
T xans f 3 bOGjfl 70 : through stoek $1 50
"ilog's dull, at 43 25(.7 3 00, RetelpU,
LAW Y KIM,
SAMUEh p. wiiwamt,
ATT0KNEV V CHUNSKLOIt AT LAW
Office oer Klrit Nutlonat bank. y-IKlic
WILLI AM. .!. ALIiKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Otaoeotrnxit National batik. 3-IC-ym
John II. .Mulkcy. Willjm C. Mulkcy
MULKEY .t HON,
ATTOILNEYS AT LAW
Office: Klirhth itreot, bctweon Comniet
elal and Witrhltigton tteuuc.
UltEKiS & UILUKUT,
OOllBKLORH A.T LAW,
ft'lHiRW H'i!if.':t. 1 .., ,m,u.uiu.
wrrjpf.ct.l tttantton Klroo tn Admlisltr nJ
orrioif omoLKVitB. hoouh 7 akd Hovr.t
OITT WA1IONAI. HAWK.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING .MI LL
H WAI.TKUH, l'rojirltor,
HARD and SOFT LUM1JKB
LATH, HUINGLKS, OBDAK POSTS
DOOUS, SASII, JJLlNDa
Kurnh'liBj cn fkorteal notice.
Commercial avonuo, botween Tenth and
Jorncr Twelfth streot and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS,
(late of St. Louis,)
HOOK KINDER AND BLANK HOOK
I1I.ANK HOOKS of ovcry descrliitlontlone
wlth ncatnoas aud ttfaimtcb. All kinds ol
ruling tlone at abort notico. Hlblea, Music,
Mteazlncs and l'urtodlcals bound neat and
at the lowest possible rutcs,
ouuty work, such as Itecords, Dockets
Fee Hooks. Hlauks, etc., mado a ipcclullty
loxos, Pocket Hooks, Knve Jones, etc
male to order 1UU
B. F. BLAKE,
(Succcpteor to II. T. Uerould,)
STEAM AND GAS FITTING
And Dealer lu
Gah anu Stkaii Pii-u FiTTi.sas.
SlI.Olli; AMI AM1I.K VA1.VU,
LKAl) PIl'K A.NDPU.MPd
, S3TDilvo well, put down lu any
the city or surrounding country.
CITI NATIONAL HANK IIUIKUIKa.
JGTSp'f lul attontlon paltl to orders from
steamboat, night or day.
HKAI. ENTATB AUBMOV.
C. WINSTON &.CO.,.
RKAL ESTATE AGEKTfi
74 (sni'O.si) Fi.oon) ouio i.hvbu,
UtIV AND StLI. lllCAl. KSTATI,
PUHNISH AD8TRAOTS OK TITLE
An. I piararii (li nTrjo of ltlndl
Olursereil Hari'ti4l, ms,
OJTY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. S AFFORD. lrestdent;
S. hi. TAYLOR, Vtco-rrealdent;
U. HYSI.Ol', Secretary and Treasurer
If; M. Uaiolat, Can. Qtugaaa,
F. II. ttTOOSIUStO, PlCL O. HCBCSI,
K. K. Ccioruji, U. P. llsxiocir,
J. M. PtiiLtm.
Ilosinaltaof uir Amoul lTMSfrB9
Tsa 3flasM Upwards.
INrBKEST paid on deposits at the rataol six
reroDt. rcr annum, Murch Island rtapttm
t.ir lsu lDtrrotnol wlthilravn la swlded liama-
dlattiljr totl.o principal or ine aeposita, inerao;
iTirjjtmani compauau iDvervns.
UARHXKZ) WOMIK AND OUILDBIK MAT
so tbit na on 1 lii cm tsiw it.
Opoa o nt Baslnn day from .m. to I p.m.,
aod S!ur.l.T er.off lor BAV1NO UKPOBUl
onIT, rrom s o otoeic.
rji l w. IT THLOH. Traaittrar.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, - - 8100,000
W. I'. llAM.lfAY, l'rusldsnti
ni-.NUr L. HALLIDAT, Vlc. I'r.Uioi
A. lt.HAKKOKI, C.stUr:
WAI.TCK IITULOl, AssUlla OssMef
Btaits TiVLoa, lUkinr 11 . (HiMNjiiia
llavar L. IlitniiiT, W. K lUu-tuiv,
On. 1. Wiiuak-), brspittx Ilrvn
A, H. riitrcas.
UarhaisKO. lln and Cnltr! Mtnlt
liuflllil llOUKl'l t1 holtl.
UCl'UHITB rcUd, and si.rl LhhIiIii
FIRST NATIONAL BA.NK
It. Y. 3IILLKU, rrisslJent.
J. il, l'llllLIPH. Vlce-Pro-lileiit.
ClIAd. CirN.SI.NUIIAM, Cashier.
COLLKOTIOUS PROMPTLY MaDK
BXOIIANdK, coin, bank cote and Knilm
HtxtM nyinrltif rwnsht and hoM.
tulKrMl Allovwl aa 'lliur Ilepoatta
I8i! CO.M.MKRCIAL AVENUE,
JUSSOUltl STATE LOTTERY.
LxoALir.KD nr Btat Authobitt and
1JHAWN IN t'CHLIO IN ST. LOUIB
Grand Single Number Schome.
Claub L ro m DnAWN Nov. 20, 1873
6,880 friios, Amounting to f 300,000
1 ?rlsa of M,nno
SO0 I'rlMsof. 1 100
of 13. tw
Tickets $10; Half Tickots, fS: Quarter
ncicots, 13 00.
Our lottrries are chartered j the BUU, arr
alwujra drawn at th lime Darned, aod all draw
uxa re uaui'r sue supervision Ol awors com
Tbo oftlolal drawing will he ntiUihed In tbe
et. 1.0ms papere ana a copj 0r drawinc aent to
ptircliaaera of tlokfta.
We will draw a similar scheme tbe last daj ol
ynj month during the roar 1ST3.
Remit at our risk by poainffice moner order,
.lieierea leirv r, uran or expreaa. rena lor oir
ou.ar. Addrsa, MUKIIAY, M1LLEB CO.,
f. O. boiSSls. HI. Louis. Mo.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Cor. Commercial Av. and 18th SI.
SJ A I II . ILL-IMS! IB.
Also, keep eonsUntlr on hand a most om
Hole atock of
eooTon and misn wmeKi
-o 1 N H,
Port, Madorla,Bhorryand OaUwba'Wine
WAUD & IIOUKHT8,
Dkalifis in Window Shades,
"Wall Pafek, Puub Whitu
Lead, Linhkkh Oh.
SnniTS Tuni'ENTiNX, Uluk
Suii.lac, Alcohol, Etc, Etc.
12(1 Commercial avenue.
Cairo, . . Ti.LiNor
1. W, STRAUTZ,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Cor. 8th rit, and Comuierelul Ave.
Iloo ts and Hhoot made to order, and fn
he latest and most fashionable atyloa.
T. N. KIMUUOUOII,
.'ARBENTER & BUILDER
1'ssslh Mil-eat atnl Wnatsluton Avcssuv
r-3f A 11 Mttita nt InLttliiL- svnrk ilntin nn
khoit uollfc, and III good style, Leave or
tiers at the shop.
1 1 K KM A N .SUil MKTZSTOll VF,
(Hueaessor to II. Thlelsckc.)
Imlr Iss All Ulttrta
II KTWKKN TENTH AND XLCVrNTH ITRKKTR
Haxlinr tiiirchaneil tbe irrorcrr establish.
ineiit or if. riilelcekc, I ahall always keep
oil baud a lull and fresh supply ol all tbe best
good" in toy Hue, to be found In the market
lly strict attention to busluecs, and lair deal
inn, I l'opc not only to retain all the custom
the place has rnjo)cd lu the past, but to add
to the list many new patrons, Aakllif it
lalrthure of public patnmaKe,
iicMiet'iiuiiy, ur.itMAN aciiMKTzaTottrr
NKW YORK STOidi,
WHOLKSALK AND HKTAIL.
LAIlOXaT VAkllTT aTOOE III THE OITT
OOODHSOLU VERY OLOUH.
Csirsif-r of NlaslB(h atreas nasis vnnt
!. O. I'ATIKir
FI It K AND MARIiN'E
2. OTAKI E3 TPTTBXilC
I'artlcular altcntlun trhen to talloK de i
osltlons, to be lead lu trilenue lit alt the
courts In the country.
CTEtnlnrant Tickets for to and from
all parts ol Kurope.
INS UK A NCE!
rrirABLifiif Kit last.
hi AFFORD, MORRIS & OANDHK,
73 Utslu L)vi.
CUT NAllONAI. UA3K UVILD1NO
The oldest citabllshi'd Agency In Southern
Illinois, npruK-iitlug wver
S(5,O0ll,0UU 00 !
of the bert lururanco Capital ol the
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CENTAL. OrsMCK. 172 WABU1NOTONST.
Ibis Ucnnan l.lle Insurance Company
ffilaranteea not only l'ald-up 1'oUcIee but
abo a Value In Ctmh on Uie Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - Piosideut
O. K.NOHKLSDORP, - . - Hecretary
JOHN W. PHUESS,
Agent for Cair0 and vicinity,
HISM Alum UND.
Aasociatlou ror promoting Idle Inaurauco
and Hick Iteliof by weekly duei and mutual
co-operation lu objects ol public benefit.
Tho I. llo insurance l'ollclea will bo lulled
by tbe Teutoula Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PR U ESS, Ao't.
for ftelro staid TIclssItT
FIRE AND MARINE
HIAOAkA, V. V.,
". - ll,Ul,l
OEUIIAN1A, V. X.,
Aateta I,0e8,7sl 7
UANOVXlt, N, T.,
Aaseta.... . .TS9 SU IV
HEfUULIC, N. ,
Afft ... Tll.bSt U
Couiprisioji (tic UudurwriUirs' Aan7.
YONKKUM, af. T.,
Amf ts. S7I I M
Assets .... .,..tM,l6S
riaKUKN's ruND, e. in
BKOTJBITT, N. Y, MARINE,
Assets ..... l,4M,M
Htorea, Dwelllcaa, Kurnlture, Unite mad Oar
Rove, Inaurwl at ratva sj. rasnraMe aa aauad, per
manent aecuritr will warrant.
I rHiMtfull7 a of the eltlsenaof C
share of their palronaie.
V. I. IHJUUKN,
JOHN U. PHLLIS & 80N,
(Uaeoessors to John II. Phlllis,)
DKALERS IN UAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,t
AGENTS FOR LAPLIN AND RAlfD
Ciiu.Tentii Strekt and Ohio Levee
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
FUKSII FALL MTYLKH,
MRS. M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mr.. Swandera,)-
aiinotincoH that she has Just opened a largu
iMsorlment ot the
N K W EST
Millinery Uoods to La lound in ilia m-irkct.
She will keep on hand
HATS, HONNKTS, r LOWE HU, "IlIBBONi,
IJltK.sa TRIMMINtlH ov All Kiwna
Ladikb Fornihiiino Goods, Notion,
COLLAHH, UNUEItULEEVKH. ltui-va.
And all iroo; a lonnd lu millinery stores, all
ol which will bo dlspykcd ot at the lowest
cash prices. Mrs. Jacksou respectfully
asks a continuation of tho pataonage which
hu boen so liberally beataowed upon her by
lit It.illnc nf f.ulp m.i tl. i.in.l- r
.............. v.ltu .1,,, ,u TICIMItS.