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THK OAIRO JjSSfilY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, l)ECEMKr?W73-
raper' tMOIty mm Conaty,
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LITTER FROM SECRETARY R011K
SOX" TO THE SPEAKER OF
PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE
LETTER FROX (JEN. SHERMAN
BlCMTAaY OF TUB If ATT TO TUG
Wabuihotn. Decorator 8. Tho socro-
tary of the navy, to-day lent tbo follow
ing letter to the ipeaker of tho ilouio of
Kepresonauvos, welch has boon roiorred
to the commltloa oa Appropriation! :
Under tba circumstances of tbe prosont
emerrency. l am compelled to aiit mat, a
special appropriation be made to covor
the ezpenaaa of ratline tbe iron cladi and
craw of the navy of tba United States in
a condition for immodlale and actlvo tor'
ice. I bate taken moani to put ovary
availablo iron clad and wood ship of our
cat j in condition for imraodiato duty. 1
haro ordered all tbe ships of tho various
squadrons to renaexvouse at ivoy west.
am enlisting men to supply and nil up
tba crewi of all of our vcssolt. I liavo
accummulatod matorlali, provisions
and supplies, for their main
tenance and support, and advance and
ammunition, and all woapom of naval
warfare for their uso. The consequences
which have constrained tho department to
this movement of activity and conioquent
axpeaditurea ara known to you and to tho
country. The fact that tboy occurod dur
ing the recesr of congrosi raado It neces
sary that I should myself assumotho re
sponsibility of prompt action, relying
apon the wisdom and Justico of tba peo
ple, and their representation for support.
1 not as yot exceeded tbe appro-
priauoas lor tee current year, but tbese
measures, with the cost of preparing,
transporting and concentrating every
thing necessary to carry thorn out, havo
already almost exbaustod tbo money of
ino woraing oureau or tno department ;
and this must bo supplied at onco if tbo
work is to go on. The cost of putting
our iron-clads into service, a work alroady
undertaken, and, in some instancos far ad
vanced, will raquiro an appropriation. Iho
amount required, and 'carry through this
year and alto to put all our availablo
monitors in order will not be less than
four million dollars. If our foroo Is to be
Increased or the powerful double turrottod
monitors Mantonomah, Monadock and
Puritan ara to be put into condition for
usefulness, at -leal t one million dollars
mora will be required.
Tho secretary bad a lone conferrnnce
with the committee on appropriations to
day and will bold another to-morrow.
WiamwnvAW - -. I.
,,BUiUIWii, VKCIUUCr ." A bill was
introduced by Mr. AlcKoo for tbe admis
sion oi uoicraao as a state.
By Mr, Monro, laprovide for 125,000,
U0Q additional bank nolo circulation for
states Having toss than their duo propor
iiy Air. Dundy, for tho payment ot
losses by the Korean raid.
Uy Mr, Arthur, to make Covington,
Kentucky, a port of entry and delivery.
, Also to repeal the bill to enforce civil
By Mr. "Whlthorne, to ropeal all taxes on
wblskoy and to provido lor tho deflcl
in the revenue theroby occasioned.
By Mr. Farwell, to provide for clu ap
transportation between Chicago and .Now
By Mr. JEnapp, for a public building at
Qoinoy, Illinois. Iiy Mr. llurcbard, to
divide Illinois into throo Judicial districts.
By Oummlngs, for public buildings at
Jefferson City, Missouri.
By Ilubboll, for Morganfall ship ca
nal. My Mitchell, for the improvement of
the narbor of Milwaukee, and Port Wash
By Williams, for tho improvement of
Kenosha and Bacino hartors.
By Harford, for tbe improvement of
Great Kanawha river, and for public
buildings at Charleston, West Virginia.
Butler, of Massachusetts, said be would
move to suspend tbo rules, and receive
and pass tba bill. In regard to Law
tenea's question, ho laid tho late preil Jon t
of the Southern Confederacy might as
wall as i the vlca president, havo a seat In
either bouse, provided the people (should
think proper to send him.
Mr. Butler said he ti.uU not object to
tbo bill if it bad been oxamined by, and
was reported from the committee,
Mr. Maynard said it was lb uns.nl.
inous report of tbe committee.
Tbe bill was then passed by a voto of
i o a.
Mr. Cox asked Iava to rannrt
mA tnd tesoJutioa rcogniriug cora-
Messrs. Hale, of New York, Kllllnger
ua vsnor m wuj ewu.
Mr. Oox withdrew tho preamble and
moved tosnujpond the rule and pais tbe
resel-tioai Tba motion was rejected, the
ot being 44 to CS.
The Bpaaksr ruled tbat the resolution
wu not before the Houso.
Mr, Oox asked leave to introduce n res
latlea for reference to tbe Comraitte on
Objections were made by tho members.
Mr. Bale, of Maine, from tbe Seloct
Cecamitte on the Salary Question, re
fMfted ft bill repealing so much of the
alary bill as increases tbe compensation
f tbe Vlce-Prosident, Speaker, Senator.
XspresM satires, and dolegaUs to Con
gress. Section two reviews and dsclarts
to be in fall fore nil of tbe act relating
to the pay and allowance of senators and
Members tbtt wu repealed or suspended
ljr the net of tbe 3d of Marcb, 1873. pro
Med tbey sball receive no rolls
vV"r:" Arv .an.d.frpmthe
requires ice secretary of Ue treasury to
lower IBtO ma wos ry an lurai iu iu
aaaln iadrawn or that havo been received
as1 Indirect cbnipoosallon, and Which
shall bavo or may comn into bis position,
by rolurn thereof.
Koiion form minority of tho commit
tee submitted tho roport which was signed
by lilmiolf and Jewell. Tbeydcclaro
themsolves unsatisfied with tbo bill re
ported by tbo majority, and stated tboir
reason tuoroioro as being iirsi. tno em
nbatic and continued expression of the
great majority of the American people in
all forms that should influonco tbolr
ludement acalnst tho Incruaioof salaries
should tako the qiiAttlon of repeal out of
tbo Hold ef debate. Second iiml tbo de-
prefied financial condition ol tho country
requires economy in tbo disbursement from
tbo public treasury. Especially in regard
to three of which mcmbors nro thorn
tclves bcntficltircs. No public Act would
o further than this to eitabliih the eonll
encooftbo penplo in tlioir representa
tives. Third that tbo popular dissatisfac
tion with tbo salary bill was chiefly di
rected towards tho law makers
who increased their own emolu
ments. Tho president hovtevor was part of
national legdlativo authority, and to that
oQlco bad boon assigned much the largest
incroaso.of salary. 'Tho salary' could not
lawfully bo diminished during thucumnt
term, but it could bo reduced from tho
closo thoreof. Tbo mlnorltv. bowuvor,
deem it neceasary u reduco tho Incidental
allowances of the president's ofllco, so far
ns Is cotnpatiblo with tliu caro and safety
of the public proportv. They recom-
mond thnt all compensations incrensod by
net 3d of March 1873, bu ro-ctablislioi
at their former rates, subbed to constitu
tional exception, excepting alio tbo frank
ing privilege. Tno bill accompanying
tho report, makes provisons to carry out
Maynard cavo nollco of an arnnmltnnnt
to smpend tho salary bill during tbu 43d
congress, instead of rcpealinc it.
Poland gavo notico of a substltuto which
ho thought would meet popular da
Loughton's substltuto was receive!. It
repeals so much ot tho salary act as the
Increased pay ol senators and represent
lives, and llxos it at what it Was immedi
ately prior to tnai act. it requires thnt
all monies paid to lonators ami represent
atiros of tho ua congress, tindar the pro
visions or that aci, whether lor tbo izu or
43d congress, shall bs charged and rcc
on Ml as pari or their com
pensation ns members of tho 43d
Congress. rLaugbter.1 It requires the
trcasuror of tho United Stater, to mail to
each member of tbo 4'Jd-Congrois, who Is
not a member of tbe 43d Congress, and
who roceived additional compensation,
notico informing him of a ropoal of tbe
law and request bin to pay tho difference
paid" to and receivod by him, into tbo
treasury. Noblack said that as a member
of tho committee ho screed to most of tho
propositions .ubmitted by tho minority,
0 EN, W. T. SUERUAK.
JIekimiib, Decembor 8. Tho Appeal to
morrow will publish tho following corres
JUKiiriiiH, xonn., no v. 20, 1873.
To Gen. W. T. Sherman, Commandor-ln-
Chlcf U.S. A., Washington:
rrDKAn Qkniual: Uy telegrams from
Washington and other sources, it appears
wo aro likely to bocomo involved in a war
with Spain. If so 1 presumo tho seat of
war will bo in Cuba. In caso wo should
lwnmn involved, and tbo government re-
quiro assistance, 1 nerouy tondor you my
services as a volunteer. I think I could
enlist from ono to live thousand mon who
sorved In tbe southorn army during tbo
lata war, cm short notico, and who could
rendezvous at Now Orleans. Mobile, l'on-
sacoln, and Koy YYoit, either as cavujry or
lours very rcspectruully,
N. B. Forrkdt.
Iloadquartors Army of the U. S.
WASUINQTOK, 11. V., X40V. 2H, 1H13.
K. B, Forhkst. Memphis. Sir : Yours
of tho 24th it rnceived and I bavo sont it to
tho war department wllu this ondorse-
Befcpectfully referred to tbe secretary of
war to bo Clod. Among tbo hur-
dreda of olllcers that come to me:
I doom this worthy of a placo among tho
archives to await coming events. I re-
Hard N. B. Forrost as ono of tho most ex-
traordinai 1 qd developed by our lata
civil war, and were it left to mo in the
ovont of a foreign war, and noeding cav
alry, I would unhesitatingly accopt his
services and glvo bim a prominent place.
I bolievo now he would tight against our
national enomies as vohomontly as ho did
against us, and tbat Is saying enough.
Signed W. T Siiiiiaiak.
Ukkkual: I don't bolievo thore will
bo war, for neither government wants
war. Again, in tbo event of a war with
Spain on account of Cubs, the bulk or
fighting would be afloat, for whatever
commands tho sea can have Cuba. Wo
may not bava sufficient heavy irqn-clad
ships, but thon some could be bad, and
wo nave an nbundace or good naval of
ficers and soamon, wbon tho result would
be certain, leaving; for tho land forces
the smaller task of occupation. No part
of this will likely bo confidod to me, and
tnerororo 1 navo sent your loiter to the
War Department, which can only act af-
tor Congress deolaros war and provides
tbo means for its prosecution.
imgnoaj vr. 1. dhehman, wen 1.
Tbo Republican mooting to-nicht nom
inated John A. Logan for mayor.
Ilia nnd rnll ef (he ltlVKRN
For 21 hours ending 3 p.m., Dec. 0,1873
BTATIONfl. water. Itlso.j Kail.
Hermann 0' (1
Jetfewon City O 0
Kansas City 0 0
Leavenworth i o'
Lexington... ...lo ('
Little jiock ,...10 0
Louisville...., Ill 7
NewOrnAva 0 0,
New urieaus 12 8
Oil City ,
Omaha 0 tH
1'aducnb 0 0
Pittsburg 8 7
Hhreveport ; 0 0
Bt. Louis 7 4
Ht, Paul 0
Vlcksburg 13 1
Yankton..,,. 0 0.
Surface of wuter below brncn mark.
Observer hlg, her. U, H. A
riTTsuuRo, uecomuer , itiver on a
stand tbli ovening with ') feet and 8 inches.
Ciboinvati, December 8. River 29
"?.-. rwnj;. Ki ludseo,
rivals. Uoparted: Crescent ft City and
barges.'Sl. Louis. Weatberi cloudy and
Klvar ilslng steadily. Arrived: J. 1)
Parkes, Cincinnati; Olarksville, Arkauias
rivor. Peparted: UtahUelleJMemphls
KaaiiviLLC, December 8. Ulver still
rising, up f feet G Inchei to-dsy; 25 'feet
largo on shoals. Ada Hsllman doparted
for Cairo. Tyrono Is oipeclod to-ulght.
Weather cloudy and plosssht i
Sr. Lotw, Uocomber 8. Arrived di-
losial, (Juincy, Alary Alice, Wew Orlenn.j
St. Joieph, Memphis. Deparlod Mary
Alice," Hew Orleans; . Uity -oin.jBter,
Memphis: COlossai, jtooKUK.s fnver ibi-
ln 11 lncbes:'Bi feet onworst bare to
Cairo, Steady rain nearly all day. t
lrf,uiavtt.t.. December 8. Ulvar has
rlon C incher it tho last 24 hours anding
nt Co clock this evening. 11 feel O in
ches in canal; 9 foot 1 inchoi in pass
ilnwn Indian end an chute. Arrived:
Charmer Kvansville. Doparted! Andy
Daum, Cincinnati) Ouarmer, inqlniiatl J
Kyakbvii.i.k. Decomber 8. weather
cloudv. mild and damp. Mercury CO to
6C. K.iver lias Ullon 1 foot: 'il feet
abovo low water mark. Down Howling
Oreon, Coal lllutr, Arlington, Arkansas
Uello. Up yuasip, , xiorauec, uoo.
Kobrt.H Mary Houston, StarF Mary,
Amfat. lluslnoss Uvely
Mxuntis, Decomber 8. Flour qtilot at
5 60()0 50. Corn meal itcady al J ZO.
Corn crCCc:. Oat., the market bare.
Hay nulot. Bran dull and holdors anxious
to soil, 17 00. Hulk ruoaU, demand light
holders lirm, shoulders e11c.j sides 7J
7c. Lard quiut 8j9Jc. Pork mnrket
Ciiicaoo, Decomber 8. Flour dull,
unchangod and hold tlrrn. Wheat, de
mand active anu advanced, o i spring,
1 14 ; Nbai 12Jcash, 1 17 December;
No ;i 1 04Ql 05 j. Corn demand actlvv
and advanced. !io 2 mixed b"a cash or
Docomber. 01 Jo January. IMts demand
actlvo and advanced No 2 38 cash, De
cember or January. Harlcy fair domand
and advanced No 2 fall 1 41 49 No 3
1 Orl 07. Provisions nro excited and
higher. Pork closiug 15 00 cash or De
cember, IC 25 January. Lard domand
active and ad van cod 8Jc cash, 82a Janu
ary. D 8 sbouldors looso partly cured Co,
boxed Cc caab, 0c February; S R loese
1C days in salt C)c, packed 10 days in salt
7c. Oreen moats firm and blgher, sheul
dors 4.Joc, haws TJrTlSJc.
Nkw Oiclkawb, Decembor B: Flour
strick too small for export demand; double
C 00; treble, C 5C8 00; family t C09 00.
Corn quiot at 73"5c, Oacs steady at 03
55c. Bran dull at 1 00. Hay dull;
primo 23 00; cboico 26 00. Pork now
scarce and held at 15c; dry salt shoulders
lirm at Cjc; bacon scarco and lirm; 2H
28 jc: choice hams scarce; old 10l0jc;
new I3i4c, Lara dull; tiorce ayjsjc;
kog 9j10o. Sugar firm; inforior 4t3c;
common 5CJc; fair to fully fair Cj7Jc;
primo to choice 88c Molasses active
and higher, fair 4ir50c; prime M(AWe;
strictly prime to ahoico 67C0c. Whisky
firmer at Jg'J&c; Cincinnati 1 02. OoUxe
unchangod; fair to prime. Jobbing 22J
25c. Corn meal firm at 3 CO.
St. Louis, Docombor 8. Hemp dull
and unchanged, primo and cboleo 7C-
1 00- Flour quiet and unchanged 3 50 to
6 CO. Wheat inactlvo, No 3 spring 1 00-
fT)l 10; soft 1 14(1 16; No 3 red fall
1 32 1 83; No 2 salable at 1 67, but
held' higher. Corn bighor and supply
small, now mixod 62jSc; old GCc; De
cember C4C5c. OalH in domand and
higher, No 2 uilxod C7j3Sc. 37 bid Dec.
llarloy Firm. Ryo beld firm, No 2 7870.
Pork stiu and higer, standard mesa at
14. Oreon meats bouyant and looso.
Shoulders 43c; clear ribs and cloar sidas
Cc; round 14 pound haras 8c; dry salt firm
and hlfihor; sbouldors Co clear sides Cc;
packed shoulders Blc; clear rib 77ic;
bacon, very littlo to be bad, no urgent do
mand J Lard firm, prime country kettle
Tie-, country stoara 7 Jo.. ,Whiskey arm
COMNINNI ON MF.HCIIANT.
ST11ATTUN & 33UtD, , .
Agents American Powder '.Company
v.. r.-, nl.l,. 1 . ' ' 1
No. 57 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT " '
And Dealer In
No. 7A Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
rSpcclal attention clvsh to'
meutH and tilling ordem.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
Limx, OmuiNT, Plartkr, Haib, Krc.
J3T1 will sell tn ear load Iota at
turers' prices, adding lrelgut.
R. SMYTH & CO,,,
Cor. Commercial Av. and 18th Ht.
Also, kssp eoa.Untlr oa baa a most eonr
pl.to .took vt
eooTOB abtd iuen vrnuEiae
Fort, MadatU, Shorr? and wOataba "NYlne
H. A. TbonM H P" 1' i L.U. Tlioma
THOMS it BROTHER,
Suoceuosrs to U. M.Uulen,
COMMISSIOri MERCH AltlSt BROKERS
sisstssl fmutp firoeev lea,
foreign and Domestle
K-TJITS JLTSTXJ 2STXTKCB
IH -Comasreial Avsaue,
CAIRO, . ILLINOIS.
a! j. itb1rCiTix
Office over T boms A llro'. grocery store,
. nui..m,i,i avenue, enraar JClCBth
J.S.P' Ii mil I
(.ABOUT VAMBTT STOOSt ll
GOODS EOLD VBRYOLO0K.
Borsiev iriKfsieMitSi ntvSaMl '
T. N. K1MBROUOII,
CARPENTER & GUILDER
i i njr a.-y sasa. t?
Tentk lrel niM Wabtnto Avenoe
1ST All kinds of Jobbing' work done on
tnori nonce, ami in goou siyie, ivi
dern at the shop.
I'K T K It 0 II 11 L,
' ... lffi.we
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
1 1 ccnors to 1). llurd A Fon.)
rMII R ltAIN AND HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lovoo, OAIltO, ILLS.
. LOUIS II. MYERS,
And Dealer in
.'I ' i J 1
HAY' OATS, CORN, FLOUR
i .11 !:."
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
Store Kooni In Dr. Wardner'n new
bulling, ' ' 1
111 Commercial A venno,
KSTI'tbcral advances mado on consign.
City National Itauk. ll-'Jtf
WOOD UITTENIIOBSK & BllO.
Orineral (Jomiuifihion MerohanN
IAA OHIO LKVKK
D."Ayub. t "A Z ilC.J. Aykkb
GENERAL COMMISSION MKKOHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Livb. Uaiko. Ilu
1 1 r.Bjf .
PORWAttDINQ and OOMMI38ION
w. 11 11 a n in.
u l Alton), nl
(.1110 uivau aud kakawuai
70 Ohio Lhvhb,
N. Ii. Thistle wood; l'.'J.Thlslcwood
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HA
n0.78 0hiolkvbk, 1
. Cairo. - Ii,mnoih'
k ".fliffr, 1 VT'V
, jom tnhiislk bo
(Baeaeasers to John B. Milllli,
OH WARDING MXUOUAN
DEALERS IN HAY, OOBN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &q.,
AOINTS FOR LAFLIN AND RAND
PO WDia COMPANY,
o , ji .Osno XiiTli
T ' THli AtiDlNE.
A llliutrateVl llOhtklTATotirnnl, unlvcrH.illy
iSiiKeifOi-r, iamiioiiiiii pcriou-
u-iuu in Mie vj Hg. a rrprvnciuniive
Mot i-ok Salk in Hook or News STpnca
Tbe Aldino, whlio Issued Willi all tin' reg
ularity, has none of the temporary or time
Ivifttarettttclianicterlitln ot ordinurv ncri-
iMiicftk Itlsun elegant miscellany ol pure
IlKlit and graccllll literature ; and a cnllr
tlOn ol pleturcK, the raret Mteclmen of ar
tistic nkill, In black and nliltn. Although
each succeeding nbtnbrr niroru. a frcib
pleasure to Hi friend., the real value and
hoalltv nt 'I hp AlitlllA Will tin innat ntinrni.l.
nted after It ha. Iieen bound up at tho cloeo
ot the year. While other publication, may I
claim superior chcaimosK. acoinpr..d with
rivals ot a similar cUtr, the Aldlne i. an ui I
Ique and original conception alone and "''
approached absolutely without conception
in price or cusracier.
ART DEPARTMENT, 1871,
The lilusixalloufl of ttie Aldlne bavo won
a world-wide reputation, and in the art cen
tres ol Ktnoue It U an admitted fact that
its wood nil aro examiilca of tho highest
pcrlection ever, auaincii. , tiio rommon
rejunicn in i.ivor 01 mcei lumen," 1 rap
illv vleldlntf toa.moro cilitvatcd and din-
crlmlnatiiiL' tasto which recognlen tho' ail.
vaiitsgen me a(ianugc8 01 supctior. anisllfl
quality with greater facility of production.
i no ijunricny iiiuru luaie.uir in, will ue
bv Thos. Morun aud J. I). Woodward.
Tho ChrMmss lti tor 1874 will contain
rpecial design appropriate to tbo season,
uy our ucm nrii.ii, anu win mirpajia lu at'
tractions any ol lit Jireilecekhoni,
ICvorv aubicrihcr to the Aldlne Sar the
year 174 will rccpltrn pair of cliromon.
'nieDrlgmal picture were painted In oil lor,
1110 piioiisuero ui iiiu iviuifie. itj iiwiuni
Morati, whose great Colorado picture was
purchased by congrctiH for ten tholinand
dollars, The Hiiblec4fi wero clifxn irto rci-
rcscnt ten-thousand dollar?. The pnlijci-t
were chosen to represent "I'lio KmI" uud
"The West." One Ih a view lu tho White
Mountain?, Now Hampshire; Ilia oilier
Klvcs tho CIlllH of Oreen river, Wyoming
territory. The clirtnn'os' arc each worked
trom thirty di.linct plates, and arc In cU
(12x1(1) nnd nppvnraiicq cxaot fac-clinllcs of
Nkwauk, N. .1., Sept. t!0, 1873,
Mcmrs. JamcN hutlun .t Co. :
OKNTf.KMlt.v-1 11 m ilellghtcd witli the
proofs In color ol .your chroiuox. They arc
woiidcriuiiy tucr.ui'Miii representation ny
luccuimicai proccci 01 1 ne oriitinaipainiing
. very.rqspeciiuiiy, i AiipH. moiian.
Thcso chipmbs aro Ih every cen.e Anurl
can. AUoy aro uy au.orinai Amoiican pro-
cefg. with material ol American manuiac
tiire,romduJgns ot Am rlcau scenery by
an American iiainier, anil preiien to mo
scrilierp to tho tlrot fui:oHriil American
Art Journal. If no better l.ocatir-e or all
this, tbey will certainly. ,po..cm an Interest
no loreiun pronuciion ran in.sinrc, anu nei
tber are they any tbu worso if by reason ol
peculiar facilities of production they cort
tho publisher only a trifle, whllo eil il in
every respect loonier curomos uiai arc nuni
liiL'ly for double U10 fctibKcriptlou price ol
If snv iibsrriber should mdlcato a lire
ferenco for a figure subject, tho ptihllehurs
will send "ilioiigm 01 Home" a new ami
licatlful chromo, 14x20 Inches, repruienting
it nine naitan exuo wno.o .neaLlng eyes
uciray iiie loiiinn ui 1119 111-.111.
$5 per annum, in advanco, with Oil Cliro-
For $50 ckkth xxtra, tho chromos,
mounted, varnishod. and prepaid by mail.
The Aldlne will, hcrcalter, bo obtainable
onlv by subiicrliition. There will no bo re
dtired or club rate : canh for subscriptions
mtihlbo runt to tho publishers direct, or
handed to tbe local canvasser, without re
sponsibility to the publishers, except In
cues where Die oerUUcata U olvfn. btarini;
the raciiuiio signature 01 jaiue.sauiinn .v w,
' CAIfVASSERS WAXTFD.
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' CA1UO. ILLlNOia.
Suva, and alauchters onlv the host cattle.
hogs and aheep, and ia prepared to Oil any
jomirju ior n-esoBaeau rroaa one pounu 10
1.11 UJUIIWU If (WUIiUf. '
HYLAND & SAUKR,
' AMP DBALBKB lit
iCHOICE FRESH- MEATS
Corner 10th utreot and Comtnnrclul avonu
next door to tno Jlyiand saloon.
11-16 tf.' CAIRO, ILLS.
' JTA'COB 1VAT.TKR.
' ' AND DKiLKR IN
Bioiitu Stubbt, Bbt WBBlf WAsnixaTOn
AJfD UOUatlSOUL ATIMUU,
AdJolalBBj suiuahonae and Hnunr's
Keep tbe bast or BmI, fork, Mutton Ve.l.
Lamb, Sausaaa, ato., sad arc prepmrM lo n.rte
jlltuna In the most Me.rt.mn m.nn.r.!
CITT MATIONAI, BANK HUIKDIMO.
BST.Speclarattentlon paid to order from
tastnboatH. cluht or day.
JAMES KYNASTON, j
AND DBALKR IN '
ALL KINDS Oi'.FREBH MEATS.
.Year eor. Tweatletb Ntreet and t'oaa.
lluys and slauffbters only the best Cattle,
Hoirs and Sheep, and le prepared to nil or
jera for Fresh Meats from ono to ten thou
and pound. Wl
'Jorner Twelfth street and WashJngtou Ave
j. c. h:uels,
' (Late pf Bt. Louis,)
BOOK BINDW. AND BLANK HOOK
MANTJFAoTTJRBR. ' 1
HLANK BOOKS of every QevripUon done
with aeataeas and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling uene ai auon nouce. uinies, .muuc,
Mavaalnas and Periodicals bound, neat ana
at tie lowest possible rates. ",,".
punty work, UQh a Records, -Dockets
Jae Wook. lUanks, ofo., mailea fpeciality
Thi no JW-isiat Bttmmt
trtalmml mP R OUT H Mil HQ
n. ....An. MMrr tutor
SOCI.TT. IMFltaCO BtOBT. LOSS OP MI-OSV ...
MAxnoou rtaMAxaxTLT ccasn. tbb cams or
Htnl.AL LlrtaATt'ES. IlluUllnl wtl M'.''M.
mtmmrti. TkU uun. mm ul r. Bn M m.u,
KttlD.l.Ulo,.l4.T.Ui. ItMf H4.lr1mnrilnl.il,
,!1I tll-dIK. .t ttt. y ..III .Uim. U. im. .
l.ttllJl Irl4 l''ll .f.ll.ii, tMiaftmvn
OAlliO BpX, AND BiBtKT CO.
T ir.ritfMi VEt iff HTKlkfi
liU ill It Tili Ut1 AmjU JV111J
AHu.anv rn i.
Keep constantly on hand
Fi.odniJM and Sit)i'5d,'Ai.ha IjAtu;
IftM. AND YAIID CORNKR TIlIRTT-roURTH
aTXKI.'T AMD OHIO tayRK. A
... IS DKAD.
. fc. 1 1 1
Hi: IN NT1LL I.IVINM AND IN CAIKO
III. ofllco and dispensary al
N'6. '22 i:ifin'ir STRKKT.
iLii (VivimcrHnl and Wasblnirtoti avvnucs
It In true, Uie ilevUr is 0110. of the oldest
physicians of the place, and his diploma,
llial liaiigD III UI vuicc, suunn mat hit um
bi'in'Jl'ji'um in tho profcsilon. He Is doing
. l.irL'er offleti t.racllcc than any other lihy-
slci.iu, treating oil kinds of chronic diseases
31 II1C llUnmiinyBIClll, flllll U5 1M11 nitrir, am.
all dieaics ur tne hKin, iiuiHors nu itioou
all diseaVos ol the eyes of veers standing:
alo artltlvial ytH Inserted; usttim cured
niihotiltha luu 01 a uniie ; cancers curea
by the aiiplieatlon of nif dltlncs; pliuplex on
(he face reuinved -. all urinary diseases
1 . ..11 r,...... e.r m.i.I tirlvMli. I
, ui, .inn.-, ui ir"""'
d scasts 1:11 red In t in shortest time: semla
weakness uud sclf-abuic cured In a shor
It In m- -e dent ibal a physician ucauug
cases for twenty-two years acquires s;reut
All consultations confidcnllcal, In person
nr l.v I.Uhh. '
All mod (-iim furnished at oince in mi
rases. ll-Zlir.J UK. ijavih 11u1.11.
0iiirirl JTairU HI. isev.
CITY NATIONAL RANK. CAIRO.
A. li. SAKKOUD. President;
H. 8. TAYLOR. Vlce-Prealdent:
11. llYHLOr, aevreury and Tieaiurar
. 11. OoimtraRAii.
pitL H. rkaca,
J. a. I'uitLirt.
DesMalta of aa ArswomaiS Hwl vndf seae
JNTEHEBT paid on il.po.lt. .1 tb. r.Uol.ii
p.re.at. pcraaoam, llsrab 1st and UaiilKin
rl.i. lnt.rB.tnol wlthdf.wn 1 uMikI lmm-
aitlr loth Dnnelrial of IhedcnoalU. Ikfirrbr
MABKIBD WOMBU AKD CniLDaBM Bf AT
DBPOSIT If OKIT
tn TBAT BO OKI BUS OA IT.
Opon er.rr bn.lasia dsy from s .m. lo p.m.,
and H.turil.T Tr.nK lor HAV1MJ HEfOHIll
only, from to s o elook. ,.
rjuir n. iiiniiuri irMBuivri
THE CITY NATIONAL
a liv 1 a
Wi P. BAU.1DAT, rrMldnati
HBMBT It. HAM.IDAT, Vl-rr..IJni
A. B.aUFFORD, Oashlori
WALTKR BTBLOP, Ailiila dtihln-
Htaats Tavlob. Kohkt It. ()U11.AI.
uaaai Ij.uauiiiav. w. y. jiau.ii.at.
O.o. I). Wiluahsow, Brsruix lliu
A. n. nAiroBU.
lUrliasssre, fTota anit VJBltvd NtatM
Bomde Bona 11 1 and Held.
DtCPOIIlfl raoaivad, and
a Knrkl banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W.' Miluir, President.
J. M, I'm 1 Lira, Vice-President.
CltAS. CUHNlKOllAM, Cashier.
30LLR0TI0NB PROMPTLY MADB.
TJIXOUANOE, coin, bank notes aadtUaltU
eutoa SMnrtt'es bought na sola.
Sntrat All wau nm lliai Deitoalla
For .Salo at Wholosalo or RoUil.
00EK1E 820-BT&1IT AND OHIO LIVI
J. V. (.AHItl.BC
i ' PHIL. H; BAUP ( 1
no tut vnr.
CONFECTIONS' 'AND TpY8
FIRE WORS, NUTS, KTC v
W salebvthecanor4en- tW
1 i J ,y
NO. 102 CQMMERCIAr, AVE.,
CAII.Or .r- -4 ILLINOIS.
Jyitcrsserved in any style oa short
TOYS AND CONFECTIONS.
".I H .
wtlw,.l. SV b
1 . . ll
j.UU ItiV jyiii, Having imur
received One Ot tllO laTgCSt itll
rw rrm r T7I f www fll Ii
11 asf 114 I n IV asl 111 I
1 ww 1 UUllU'Uli ImV A
ever brought to this city, s
sen iiiein ai greaiiy
11 A I . A' II.. '
In fact, sell them at ,
Thim IiAST X.
Ho ulso has a
French and Americuil I
which will bo sold.at
will do well to call aril
. his stock of