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eaeUsssr mtur ou ertrj pace.
Tni Illinois State Grange, contrary to
other lecret organizations, admits female
member, end toveral women have bean
elected to Sit office for the ensuing year.
Tui judiciary commilto will report In
favor of tha confirmation of Attorney-
General "Wllllim m Cblof Justice, which
will, of oouno, put an end to further dls
cutita&ttf that qneijtoin .
Tnc newly elected govern r of Tcxa,
Jno. Richard Cooke, it as ex-cenfedcrate,
who owe hTlelectlon ttftho dissatisfaction
of the people with Gor. Dsvls' adminis
tration which bad reached the oxtrome ct
At "a meeting of western ..railroad, a
few day ego, It wa resolved to adhere
strictly to the decUlon of Juno'lait'to.
issue no more free passes to anybody, and
in addition it wailecldod there thould
tireafler be so half rate to minister.
Tux Jackson county 'Indepeadent' has
been made tbe official papor of tho county
by it board of supervisor, ltobert of
the 'Era' offered to do tho printing at ten
cent let than nothing per colorun that is
be offered to pay tho county ten cent a
column lor doing the work, but hi goner--out
tender wa refused -and the award
(Wen to the rival paper.
Tnx Albany 'Law Journal' said to be
good authority, says that it finds, after an
examination of three volumes of Gonnis
Reports, that nearly fifty per cent of Wil
liam'' decision, while district Judge in
Iowa, were roversed by the supreme
court. The Hew York 'Evening Post'
thinks "it would be rather, odd to ralso an
inferior 'Judge whose opinions had been
found wrong one timo in two, to tho very
head of the court which has thus corrected
him."" Ratherjjdd, H is true; but evon
the prejudiced must admit that it might
have been worse; 'Williams might have
been wrong two time, in two, fin he
wasn't, andjhat' something.
Is this way tho horny handed Tufts, of
the Centralia 'Democrat' denounces ut and
eeek, to east tho ominous shadow of dij
trust upon our fair anti-monopoly repute,
John H. Oberjy, the talented and genial
editor of Tnt Cuntf U'clli ttn, has named
after him. one of-the locomotives on'tbe
Cairo end St. Louis narrow-guago railroad.
John hu been rather inclined to bay seed
tot aome months put, and rather than go
atwundamanurepllehat'waded through it.
Vox long since he informed us that bis
farm stood on iU edge, so that he could
cultivate both sides. We epprohend that
one tide of the farm was labelled railroad
iht.of way, and that the other side has
"run to . weeds," and the edga farm
toppled over with tbe railroad side up, tho
-Jocontotire Obeaiy puffing away thereon.
Our friend Tofts may drive us todespor
ation. If he should, wo shall tut oW pull
from hi head those luxuriant tresses of
which ho i io proud, and make fCr onr-
self a wig.. We shall then at least have
the "helt-ot a farmer, and' Iudisn-HU, he
Francis Achilla Baxalne, Field Marshal
of France, wboi trLV has Jutt botn con
elided at "Versa'lllss, .and which to
enlted in hi condemnation to death and
to degradation from hi rank previous to
nls'etecution, is' aged sixty-one years, and
ha been in the service of Franco for fort?-
year. He distinguished himself by tho
ahlllty tie displayed in tho Crimean war.
nndnpon'the fall-orsevastopol, he wu
nppolntea governor of the town, and
aorftr flr wm promoted to the rank of
fteser of a division. Tbe trial just con
cluded ha been th most important mili
tary trial which , has occurred in
ny country tor- .Many - years
The lentence net wholly unanticipated", yot
tbrlllod tbo people of two hemlspbores,
and If it bad not been modified by
the clemency of Proaident McMahon, iU
contumatlon would have, Intonslflod the
bock it occasion el Utzalne'i fault was,
not that he loved Panco tbo leu, but
IfapolaoHJ, tooro. " ttis great ermr was
that he would not sea or recognize a
France which was not ruled by the house
The fall of the Empire, the death of the
Kmperer and hi ,'own degradation have
fallowed aachr olh., Inry-swift
oeesslon and few -people) outtlde -'of
;e. w fUl lejoietitbat raldent
McMahon bu commuted his sentence to
twenty year banishment on tbe Isle of
jJUrguleiite, and to.belin effect dt:
graded front hi rank, but to be spared the
fiuaillatlon of the ceremony,
MDBDER IN JACKOOir COUNTY.
OAMejnxn, HU.(Pec. 13, 1872
orron iiuLWix s I have another
entalon tp report. On yeaterday (Fri
day,) about 10 o'clock, Mr. Geo. W. Bui
iner, Uflng in Williamson county, while
on hU'way to thl place wm waylaid and
murdered. He wu about three miles
from town, and while passing through a
atrip of wood, tome unknown parson or
fljrfsfea -Bred "upon h'lm with bucVibot.
Ssrei oU were tired, both taklne effect.
Tfe" fell from hU bone to the road, whoro
JiWaa MCka up by person who wero in
tke(lmmediate vicinity, Some four or five
hereon neara toe report -or the gun. but
SSMW-MW. (, - - . I
planned. Mr. nulllnor bad, tho day pro;
vloy, arranged to .uirat gentleman in
Carbondale' to attend To soino boflnei
waiters. The astassin concealed himself
ln-a tree-top tbatlormed a perfect, tcrceri
and fired upon lilt victim at a dlslSmo of
some fifty or ility yards. Sir. llulllnei
lived about two hours afior bolcij h.fltr
Ha convene J with tbeie who came to lile
assistance, butuxpreued no noMo s
to tho perpotrator.-
TLo murderod man was abuut Cfty-five
ycin of age. IIo was u wealthy farmer.
Tor a numbor of year a litter feud has
existed between his family and so'meof'bls
naijbbor. It Is yenorally believed, bow.
ever," that ha was murdered by somo ona
who is a stranger hero, tut bad known
Mr. D. In Tennessee before he came hero.
It 1 said that while he lived lu that statu
ho was taken out to bo banged by-anJob,'
but was saved throufih tfiacntral1eaof
hi wife. Since ho has lived li this ptrt
of tho' country his cotton gin va burned
at one tlme,"Lli hay.siauki at another, and
bis dwelling attempted to.ba firo,d" qiUll
another. Ho was, indeed, a de'pcratu liiati
and led a desporMo llfo.
It' Is greatly feared that this U or.ly tho
bcelnnlncof a series of uiurdor. Ho bat
four soot, all llko himself; acd'all ficcui
tomcd to deeds of tlood, 'i'bo neighbor
hood it a noted one for .rows, cuttlnSnd
shootings, and -the und is probably not
yet.. - tH.
TUT. SPANISH QUESTION.
In tho debate in tlu lowir homo of
Congrueoc. Prlday last, Hon. S, S. Cox
denounced tb- administration as pualllan
imous and charged that it had ptrtnlttcd
Spain to "drag tbe flag of tur, coudtfyiTln
the dust." : . ; . f,l
Mr. Cox is no tble gwtleaaii, T,n't4ho
falli short of tie staturu of a' sjlatosihan.
Hols a,partlsan who"a:ts"poh tlio'mailm
that It i the duty of a Democrat to opposo
every policy nnd act of the Republican
party. JIu is now denouncing l'rcsldenl
Oranl bec.iuse the country has not been
prcclpitateJ Into a war. If war had re
sulted from the demands tnndo by our
state d(-partmont upon Spain in connec
tion with the affairs of tho Virginius, we
aayo. no doubt Mr. Cox would have de
nounced the president and have' charged
that ho needlessly involved the nation in
bloody brawl with a weak and strug
gling republic. This'msy bo. wisdom In u
politician of tho present era, but It l? not
Tbe fear ovory thoughtful person enter
tained when the nows of the irginius
outrago startled tho country, was that the(
president, a soldier by education and a
man who had "won distinction in tbe Held,
would not handlo tho exciting. subject
with calmness that bis impetuosity would
throw down tho safeguards of diplomacy
and compel tho uso of the sword
in tbo vindication of our national bonoT.
When this consideration had been
coupled to tho manifest fact, that tho in
terests of tbo PreilJonV party ircjjujred
war or pestilenco, or both, to distract pub'
lie attention from the record latoly wado
bv it, no persoa cou)d escape tha conclu-
sion that war with Spain was inevitaoie.
But tbo President has apparently risen
superiorstj party considerations, and in-
sto&d of consulting his toldlorly.prtdlccs
baa acted the part of n statesman. We
can sco nothing in tho cttlomont with
Spain that li dishonorable or unsatisfac-
tsry to our government. W o thorefore
heartily endorfo tho declaration mado by
Mr. Beck, cf Kentucky that if there is
anyth'na tho President has managed well,
it la the negotiations with' Spain. "."He
might," as Mr. Beck has lUJ, "have
plunged tbe country into difficulties and
perhaps havo aggrandized himself at the
expenio of the country, but tho courio be
ha pursued 1ms buen oxtromely moderate
A Cairo friend wishes me to state
through the papers If a hundred porsonal
apparitions would not bo sufficient to con
vince mo of tho truth of a spirits identity,
Would 1 deny' the retursTund.communlca
tlon of departed iplrlts.with'buman be
ing, in tno race ot sucn eviaonce: , vuy
certainly I would. Vhy not7 Thomes
merlst converts the intangible Into a state
of tangibility. Tho montaljmpiies formed
in his own fancy scem,-to the. ne tinder
his mesmeric control, to bo real object),
Thus, a competent mesmtrizer cm make
his subjects sea men, women, children.
.birds, uov,'ori,Atu., which are merely ihe
Intellectual pictures of bis own imagina
tion ;,, and' he can to prosnnt these fl(?
ment of the brain that the fancied image
will aiipunr as iirivo (vtibica to iuu iuu
prosslble subjects of his artfue operation,
The mental fancies of the meimorizor ap
pear as real objects to tho mesmerized,
and are so doscrihed ; and in the samo
way, the transcendental picture
a 'demon ioay anntar "
rcalfebjeets toaruodium aodbosbrilied
as such, wbiloyet, In fact, the roodium
may not see real persons and objects one
whit moro than ono would d in tbo mes
meric condition. As in tho caso of Sam
uol, tho familiar detutn forms in bis own
understanding a recollection .of hp persoa
wanted. aid thon Imprcifo 'tho, medium:
Ofcovratju'the will com to, st!0 .that. Jin
aginative penon as a roal being, and bo
enabled tq minutely describe htm. T,be
mere images oi loe.on mmu my d ne:
celved as objectlro realities by the other,
and will bo spoken o.t' as such. IIor.ce,
the common evidences of a spirit' Idon
tlty are unreliable and deceptive., - When
lhe,magDetlzer forms tboldja of a person
tree,'or any other object, inbi own un
derttanding, tho person who has been
mesmerized by blm will behold the
rery auie thing, whether
that object may no, as an,
objectlro reality, and In theamp ,HJ,
tbe old prince ol Uarkncis may ad hi
work, When the dofit think of any ol
ject or person may appear ns a reality to
the Impressible medium. If, therefore, I1
should tee thes mental pictures of our
departed frlerds as if they w6ru real per-1
sobs, describing them most clearly, that
would never Justify you, nor me either, In
had nUde'tho cotnmun'tSJtlont j bill t may
- - ,
m6ro ldklly.b'.hrced. that ioNlfcether
cl)u'of'b"Sni;, ij gairitri; rrtu,nlota ruag-
L . ..1.1. . -l!- ...i...
therptclref upjmytcwttdetjft by fait'
log thelr"own -uiental eonceptrons of' aiy
spirit friends to appear and address tno as
real person; making tlw needful -retenl'
menu to secure, my consant ar. J'nile nMo
II IJ. TUUKY ,
Reported Expressly for tho Bufletin,
(MTlBOSOALi: l.v A FEVHK
HMJSIl SHOT AND KTI.LK1I
11 V I. W. JicDDNAI.U.
act of reentering his name, spattered
some ink on the register, whether pur
posely cr by accUen? is- rA)t known, but'
mo:t probably by.a.veldeM,. This ofljyidd
Mr. Wcr'r.cr, the clurk, anil' a quarrel en
sued. At tbi jtir.eturo Isaac -McDonald,
proprietor cf the hotel, interfered
and took up tho quarrut on tho part of
the clerk, ibovo'JISntih out of th dour,
and ki In ill to MA aT intUnlfy lijfeJ
hltii.i-" ;s V" ii j .
McDonald was arrested. s. .
Tho city Is In f. fovor nf e s.cttumcut"ovtfr
tbe affair, and threats of tho application
of Judgo Lynch ero freely mado Ly the
more excited of our citizens.
Both parties wcro well-known in this
county, Brush holng very popular.
McDonald Is a Scotchman, despoiate
character, and has few friend) in this
From Columbia, fj.
7H IIJCNUKR TA5I1LV. "ill.
Coi.uiinu, December 13. Tho Bonder
family charKed with a number of mur-
(tara In If ana wit. a MVA.IaA In Il!rfnr.. i
rliio Kn.M.nKn.u nnunli? in.nfj i.mn :T
The father and mother aro in custody,
Tho ton und dauchtor are livinc in
North Carolina and aro being soughtaff
ter. j no launiy name t. yy etIj,i
V. BAT.TKE COI.OF.KII rXOI'btwVailT.
W ATntno.s';' DecelnUer i3i The na
tional Civil Kichts convention which ad
ourncd sine die late last night, say in J
their address, that they take it Vor grlnte'
that action will be had by Congress pro-
tectlng them from thu li'vldlous dlstiuc-
lions in tbo enjoymentof common carriers, I
moot, Mid'lncludlnj otlifr Civir
rights including enterance to tho publio
want the denial of these liirhts ounished"
scuoois witnoul regard to race, xuey
WAsni.vaTON, Dee. 13. Outstanding
cgnl tenders (373,221,013.
of Carlada, Is hore wItiTh7ilriilW.
The Committee on wnvs and moans to-
ay called on tho President and Secretary
tno Treasury in accoraanco wun me
annual custom, merely to pay their re-
pects.Tiio subject ui unance 'wa not
s- , .. if . .f7A.
From 'ctr York.
Nkiv Yok. Dec. 13. l'pors publishod
in this city In tho Preach language, de
roto much spaco to tho Bazalno Trial.
Tho 'i.o -Ueneneer ' npprovos or ine
narini: of iViii life of Bazalue: but lb Ink sl
degradation from rank should not lieve
The ' Courier Des Etals Unls,' thoueh
believing th Moarshal deserved thehard
sentence, can respect the fooling of mercy
which inspired tno luages, nna wmcn
dietfttld'.tlie, n6dlflcatiorrof the'itenteuoe'
b.utdniU aUke.iiiStirno tht If "ihe'
sonicnco nnu ueen emoroiu in i iumuii
ritror there would been no reason to do-
tent from vtrlct punishment it dictated.
Kxurvil.Li, Ontario, December !?
Willitin Magie was found dead In bed
Thursday morning, and his wife has been
arretted on n cuargo oi killing mm
Nr.w York, December 13. WnijDugan,
Indicted witlrWm. Oarri)ll,'.'alfady 'con
victed, on charge of robbing an Italian
vosiel In harbor, gagging thoso on board
and wounding the captain by a pistol shot,
wu found guilty to-day and sentenced to
twenty years in the state prison.
Havana, December 13. The ship Pres
ton, which arrived from Now Oclvaus on
tbe 8th, -with VtO bales df colton. is burn-
- . Di?iATirii:Tjr' ' '
Last night saveral hundred men
marched cheering and shouting to Plaza
Do Amos, and gathering in front of tho
captain general's pelaco, gave noisy ex
pressions of their dissatisfaction at the de
parture of tbe Virginius, and their dlsap.
uroval of the course of prominent nor-
sons who favored the delivery of-tho .ves-J
sel. Two ripaniarus who endeavored to
pacify tho mob were rudely hustled about,
and several shots, bollevcd te havo boon
accidentally, woro fired. The crowd
lingered around the palace till midnlirht.
,tlitafcn4 prevailed tjprfui thorn to goto
IIA.AU'I TO U'KAlloa,
Pamt, December 13. Bazlne ha writ-
ten a letter to Pedant MncMnhon.InJ
which lie saVr:-Yorf. reneuiid'.thl
days in which wo served our country- to,
S other. I feared the impulse or your
eart would be overmastered by state con
siderations. I should havo died without
regret etsjjesj Wke'tticoiuwend alien cftue
eQiirtTor inercv vindicates mFlionOr;"
' LovJiasdJind Ulszalee'e oojinsel jhatiks;
Tulcrs lor eiprimng nis ouinion inai ua
.ine was-inao(ent or tbe 'charge! upon
which he was tried,
tXt-abSst elx olockllhls 4Mng Jlr. W 'tJf r,&La;
t intnthe Planter's itouio mul In tho late O. li. Sloeuin. an carncit patron nnd
ifny, and scnlencod To bo uanged.
day, complained of haying taken a alight
cold nnd was confincd.to blsroom till Kri
parlor, Hmo'San to D&saKfll tbial
fureotxin tVl1ionato hoi'aW ns wfi hUj
an wens nerinsuei
irLiiiia Ah. r FioiiffnAn ana '
and two this afternoon, Htteniog to the
rtadlug of a letter by-.Me. lon, bu
made trne, loHity in reKard-.v Jt. aud
then, wlthuniiik jyyfd or sJjjh, ud.fe'nly
' - I'rJm- Novr'Orlcnu'-i
Kitv Or.!.AN5, December 13. The
Louisiana Juckoy Club, fall lawtltiL', was
'iQui;UHJteJ tdijr.3f Heavy tatns during
tracli-bimoit iiDllt for rscine. the mud be
Ina io deep. The wuslher cierod offqulto
cold this niornliiR ami Incwreslng
chlllinois of tnmperaturu throughout the
day Intorforrrd with attendance, although
nearly ond thousand visitors, Including
many ladles, nltnvi.cd tbe f Jiort, The
programme Included threo events j lead
jng ou" with a dash of .one m lo and three
quarters brlnIut; to a p.t and lleld of
six starte'r. Itlce's 'Wanderer the
favorite, with Fanr.le M for second choice
aud Krllle li, third. Nellio led at the
start and was not headed, getting home,
an oaiy winner by b length. Ckrrlniton
llkcou J,inniu third, avorite
supporter of tho turf and up to the lime
or tils death ni van ol tlil:iJing spirits
of tho club. For tbti state there had
-been' made 'X nariiluniions, ul the 0
younvsters cutue to tie post. Of Cotteml'
IjfSI-.l ......I... ........I
uriiuni seveir otierti, kwu .wnw um
theso were firm favorites. In battlnu, Je&
ul'n'gs being takun-for-' second choice, thoj j
knowing ons were right this time, lof
Cottrell's bay was firit wsy, aud malu
talmng his advantage, wun as bo pk-aitd.
ThotloUh tTASb racoa'. mile eats fur (1
ages. "Tho tntfics' vJer'e, Toni Toather.,
Kalnts, aad Q'larJLermaster-tapu .Race,
Romping' "(iirl" and JT" O. Ui
Oapp.-Rje, Iand CluertoruiMter
sold about hveri' in' tho ""'p"ool
for first clioteo, Port Leonard selling In
the field for n song. Port Leonard wss
first, closely followed by HomplLg Qlrl
and Capo Race, nnd at tbe quarter tbeso'
three' having drsrwn away front, the, bal
ance, had It out together, tbe other entries
being out of the raco afcor the first quarter
was passed. Port Leonard and
Romping ttirufmf J.ornthQ strotcn
head and head, until tho three
quarters was reachod when Romping Girl
fluit, rnd Cope Race moved up made
sharp play for; the feed, but Port Leonard
beat hlm home by a length abend, and tho
balarico wero distanced before the second
beat. 1 UO 00
heat The hotting was two to one on
Fort' i.onird. Lapo tvaco was iireu
although lio ruslieU away wun
lead Prt Leonard passed him at tho rurn.
and at tbo one-half nulo was eight lengths
inladvance. Cape Race had quit bodily
and could havo boen shut out,' hut the
that'he saved bis distance.
- r.w.Ur.i.k.ANs December 1
rivh' V'Pcnt0ti f
nati; Susie Silver. St. Ixiuisj
13. No ar-
Arkansas river. Clear and cool.
Hattle, above. Departed .Shannon,
Port Smith; Belle of Tcxa Memphis.
Weather clear and cool. ,
EraNbTiLLK, December 13. Weather
cloudy and cold. River risen 13 inches;
it feel above low wuter mar if u 'C7. Up:
UooVlftVorlV lalewlia.Tlarmcr, Silver-
thorn, Prairie City. Down: AndyBaum,
Mary Amont, Urey r.agie and Aiiegnany
Belle. Business active
Cincinnati, December l'J. The Ohle
river has risen ton foot in the last twenty
four hours, and, Is forty .,feet at nine, to
night; backing opth.e l tfeloteYSUisl both of
man urn hnrlnc that a destructive frood in
tho Ohio will be preventid by cootvand
windy weather, and by the lower streums
moving out ueioe lueir upper irinuiariee
take tho rise from them. l
Bt. Loris, December 13. Arrived
Lady Lc. Shreveport. Donarted St
Josopb, Momphis; Colossal, Keokuk;
Babbage, New Orleans; Belle of Shreve
port. Red river: Kato Kinney, Vicksbure.
River rose 3 feet, and still rising, with 12
,foet to Cairo.. F.r,07.! hardjiere lastnijbt
;but tAe'weatner la miiuer ana JUfar.i
ing with 16 feet In canal, ill roel In pais
down Indian chute. Weather oloudyand
cold. Arrived United States, Cincin
nati; Dove, Madison; Blue Wing, Ken
tucky rirer; Jlyrnlng Htar, Henderson.
Departed United "States, Cincinnati;
-Dore, Madison; Blue "Wing, Kentucky
river; Jlornlng ."Star, ltonderson.
Mrs. M. J. Carson wishes to call atten
tion that she has uei received a neat s-
lortment of.toyii.riotlon and fancy goods
on Commercial avonuo between NIneth
and Tenth streets. lC2w.
My connection with tho St. Charles bo-
tal t rtrnnrlnlnr will pikiii nn th 1 4th
Inl.TirtVI' Zteilt bilieWceiun..
t . i. jt R.tc -i. s. ft a r. .
.ftfeinot me r tie i. unarieevarw-Teeewii
ed to present them for settlement before
3t P. D. RmroRD.
I Any. cue wishing something made In tbe1
jewoiry lino for the Holidays will please
eend in their order at'eoon as possible to
E. A W. Budor. manfocturloK iewelera
corner of Eign'th streer and W'asirfngton
I will rent my house on Ninth strset
botween "Walnut and Cedar streets, five
rooms aud hall, gas and a good cistern
"Apply at tbe Insurance oillce of O. P,
Lyon, one door south of rfobuh'i drug
store, Commercial avenue,
lit J. B.Siuldon.
CiiweTMAU wlll oon bat hand, and
peoitp M er&Ming to jthlik what
peonlo aro iilMi
rents, chTTdrofT7fnenU, 0t6rIfanj")ne
can't mako up his mind, wo would advlsu
our friends to call at K. & W. Buder's
Joweiry tore, cornor or Jilgwu street and
to und somotbing to suit, ror tnoy are
receiving now good daily cspocially
adaptod for the holiday trade. From tbo
A.qea.t woUjl'jwn'l sets of jewoiry to tbo
sinailoit cblldren'ear-rlilgs. Tho same
In rlug." Tboi oeit ton f cU, 'pltclers.
.castoji, butterdishes,, &c., to the smallest
teaspoo'ii. 'Ornamental-arlJ plalricToeks,
gold, silver and ivory headed canes, and
many other articles too numerous to tneu
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HalnYa Isrger' stock of Youths', Uor
nnd CMtdren' Clothlut; on .band thau.1 ncc
cssary for the Cairo market and an Idea ol
maklrfif thU our but season, n children
clothln;, wc will cll our s'tock,-(one of the
finest In tbe state),at NKWYoiiVCosTfoMho
neit thtrtydnye. Pateut wishing someone
clothing at low uSurcs iorliftllday present",
can Und them for SAteinthe above lot. Tbl
Is no ndrertlslnx dodc, but wo tutend to do
"JuTt Tvb'aYW:fl" nyTHKtv the-iNaeTrTau
of Youius; boys' aa4 cnitinieK' cloth
ixo everbrougbt.to.thp.stato outiido ol
CUleego at 5.w YoRK'cosr.
' - . FABMiAKtai ft.50N;
No. Ot. Ohio Levee, 2d door above' Pint
N alio .ink.
it .! :
" "c. ' A li. (fid: s",""
-Ohio i-otee, 6vr Mathux A
riAFFOlU), MORRIS & UANDKK,
U IXSUR A1NCE AGENTS
7S hl Levrv,
CITT VAH0KAL UAXX tVlUiiSu
lbe oldest established Agency In .Southern
lUUiou, repreteniing pur
SC5.000.000 00 !
el the best Insuraneo Capital ol the
OAtRO AND PADUCAH
Iti splsadld lUamsi
Dick Fowlxh, Captain
Leaveh Cairo DAILY. (9undavezcetited) at
f p.m ForfTelghr or pasaago apply on boat
3T IO JA.1. niUUHI, A(j -i.
. -V. M. STOCKFLETIJ,
itectuler and Wholesale Dealer In
roVKIUS A!I ISOHKSt IO
LIOUOR3 AND WINES
VO.fi'i OHIO 1.BVKK,
.-tiS- CllU), ILLINOIS
Uealer tu Ait KUila
WAfllUKsTOiJ .aVNU.K, .
aKTWXCX TKKTU nil CLXVKKTU HftKR'n'
UavlMpurehased the n roc err eatahllnli
ment of If. Thlelocte. 1 shall always keep
suhand a full and fresh supply of all the beet
foods la r riiie, to be found ln.Uie narket
T etrtct attention te Imelnesi , eferj (air deal
rnjf , I hope not only to retain all tbe custom
the place baa enjoyed In the, past, hut to add
to the list jaanjr 'new patron: Akklnjj a
lair share of public patronage,
Respectfully, UsiutiM rjciiVETMToiti'i'.
7-10 tf '
- V - a, '
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
Cor. lh St. suid Commerolal Ave.
Hoots aud Shoes . made to order,and,ln
helatestanil mnt fliahlnnahle itvles-
NEW LIVERY STABLE
s TETH STREET,
niTWKiM Tisn'r xvaaul avc walmvi
Ut.v'.T. rWda liloims-lat publk) thatl't li
L I Y B Jt 'f'H'T A B h K
on tbe aorthisMt lili of Teath n'.ttol &a
HI 8UWs will be fumlh4 with uoatl,lt l i
- -A4'o6pD VKUIOLKa.. . -
and the pubUemer he actominodated at al
honrtof the daj and night with aie, teams
on the lowest terras. . .
' Dr. fteJd aka a share ofrmbBc patrotiaf e
nts" cw?ftv"r.tftr!",rtt."!lAll' fVF.rtf.N'W.
TfirToitigr, i.aving lately
receiyid one. of the largest unci
STOGKS of 'MS
ever brought, to this city, .will
soli tliein at greatly
. Reduced Prices
In fact, sell them at
FIFTY PER CENT!
Thsixi ZiAST mZAJSL
Ho also has it"
French and American
which will bo sold at the
. .. 03t possible price.
33 3NT T m
will do well tc call and irtspec
-r stock of
102 Oommorcial Av.
The Place To. Buy
AL.hia IVEW STORE on
Csjnunerciiil aveinio. Burger Is
now receiving daily the lar
treat, best selected und cheap
est atock of dry good ever
bgore. brought to Cairo. A
line of drfiis goods which have
never been surpassed in thiu
marker, either for boautv or
variety." " A" full stock of bootrt
nnd shoes; domestics of all
kinda ; a. beautiful stock of
furs, muff a arid boas, mutt's
and collars,nd children' furs
at a more song; kuit woollen
goods, children's sacks, etc..
almost given nway ; a hand
some assortment of gloves and
n ehariniug Fbleetion of ladies'
neckties, rufls, etc, eto. Gen
tlemen's J'urnishing goodi,
ov.ercoats, suita, underwear,
hats, caps, gloves ; counter-
j panes, comforts and quilts,
table linens, red and whito;
'water proof cloth in all the
new shades and a full and
."complete stock of notions
aii uieHe gouus ,wero oouu-
ii ii i i i..
at panic prices, anu win m
sold at a stoni shingly low fig
urea, as Burger is determine
not to be undersold. Call an
avaminn hit irnnAo. liftfnrft mil
a ' x
I'bnsincr olsoivhere. Jlis stoil
room contains every article i
the dry goods line that ail
tui-ni siatl ?da!ti1r anf Mr!
tho priced arc so low that i
one will have the conscien
to ask a reduction on au
7. ii. MAinus.
D. C. V
MATAUSS & Vlll.
C O II U 1 S S 1 O N M H R C II A
HAY .AND -WKSTRN PRODI
T. N. KIMBKOUGH,
fi A 1TT7 VrilT?T . TinTTTl
TcsttK nsreel nnd Waahisisoai At
-JM All klUUI Ol JOUUlUg TTUI Ul,
il,n .mil.. ... nn,l .irl 1
dars at the shop.
j. m. pniLLira,
Forvvarding and Coinmil
rrepare! to forward all kind of ft
io au poiuis.
Iluslness attended to promptly.
, , . HOOK BIMBiaa.
rF.RflTT A IVT TAT lid
All. IB UUIIf . . H. . MM. IWI
er me unesi (piainj, anu ureaveii
ever brought to this market The
were bought at price that enabl
sen uiem ai ten per eeut. lower n
my house la Cairo.
mil entire atiiai(lnn In nvarr ra
ue aiso aeep a iuji ana, eempitiv
t i" v.' ri'u viiHHiuniufi nnnnu
.tin w u it ii nivalin uuuw(
HJCADY AT CMITIII!
'WILLIAM H..DM1TH. M
E8IDKN0E No. U Tblltesatk
a liA uamnin i num. u vi