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"WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBElt , 1B71.
fllelM Paper ol the Oily nnil Contitr
lUllN 11. 0BEU1A. ltdltor and l'liollshor
TERMS Or THIS DAUVl I'ULLKTIH
One week, by carrier. ..i... 8 M
One yea by orrier, In advance 10 00
One yew by carrier tl not paid In
advance 00
t)ne raontfc, bymall ' 100
rtrie month 8 00
lXBOSthf. OSfi
Ont yea 10 00
THUS or VTXXKLT HULLXTIS.
One Tea
Mx Morthi
Three Month
fl 00
, 75
Invariably In advance.
BmmIIbb matter on every te.
The tote thrown for Mr. A. H. Irvln
vesterday iri nothing more than a do
erred rocosnltlon of that gentleman'!
clalmi for reflection, He didn't lose, wo
are Inclined to beHevo, a half dor.on votci
in ihe entire city.
Tii Dropoeltlon submitted to the votera
of Alexander county lo ralio $10,000 by
iDeclal taxation, to expend In the buna
log of roadi and brldgM, received a very
considerable Toto In the city yesteroaj
specially anions; those who pay no taxes.
It lb propotltloa recelrid Urg rof la
Ike country it hae carried.
At leait two Cairo gontlomon who, In
tlmee pait, wore active, unreaionlng Dem
ocraU, voted the Radleal ticket yesterday,
and worked ioduitrlouily for Uapt. liaao
dementi. The remark may aitonlib these
gentlemen, but wo beg io aiiuro" them
that, itrengthoned by tho accession of the
German element, enthuied by glorloui
vlctoriea in Indiana, Ohio and eliowboro,
the Democratic parly will movo along,
notwithstanding their dlaaffeolton, juit
about ai it usually, doee.
'Our Dan," by wbloh is meant Hon.
D. W. JJuon, expressed the belief, in Ills
Monday nlgbt speech, that D. T. Llncgar,
now acting with tho Democratic party,
would be constantly miserable until ho
re-espoused the congenial faith of tho Ho
publican party. Mr. Munn mistakes his
man. Llnegar acta from prlnctplo and
not Impulse. Ilia most congenial com
panlona he has always found among Dem
ocrats, and now that tho Domocracy
tanda abreast with the questions of the
dav has become purified in oxact propor
tion with tho growing corruption of tho
Radical party, ho is "perfoctly t home,"
and will, In November, 187C, with 4,000,
000 other patriots, rejoice over the olection
of a Democratic prestdont.
Dah. Mumk laid, in his court
house speech, that two years ago Oberly
atood in tho very door-way ol the Ittdical
fold, as Llnegar now docs upon tho threh
old ol Demosrocy ; but that Oberly went
back, aa Llaegar la cettain to do. Wo bo-
lleve Mr. Llncicar to be acting conscien
tiously that ho has boon moved by prin
ciple, and a aovoreign diseuat for Itadical
roltennen. Aa to tbo aupposod disaoeo-
tlon of Mr. Oberly, that unoitentatloua
Individual haa to aay that hla courso in
politics has been straight-lnrward and
consistent. If at any timo he bas de
nounced tbo shortcomings of the Democ
racy be felt that he was only chastising
that which he loved. lie recalls no politi
cal aim, and consequently will do no party
. . . . . - 1 . . - I -
1 puvu. ' ' " -- Ort
reach Mr. O.'s political plane, tongues
will applaud, which now denounce
him.
Tin November elections havo boon
held, and although we are without advi
ces as to the result, we are not without
hope that the party in powor has been
taught that the "crushing" policy it has
pursued In Its dealings with the South, no
longer meets the ipprobation of.the masses
North.
If the Radical party learna tbti lesson
J try demands that the Slates South bo ro-
f stored to their just and oqual stations In
L th Union that what has beon torn down
t M..a ln K 1 1 . .in anntltaf. ...inn mill int
, -j-,
paaa awj votuto tuu uuuo -uhiiiiijji
i. - . v. - ir i..t
valley will be revitalized, and start for
ward en a career of prosperity that will
soon reinvest her with that promlnanco
and power of which ahe was robbed by the
war, and the scarcely less ruinous legisla
f'tion that followed its close.
' Cairo, aituatod on tho vory tbreiboM of
t'peritT. With our multiplied and lencth-
tni nnutii. muit iuiio ibilqm iu tuia in urn
5 cned avenues of trade and travel. Denetra.
ting every portion et the Mississippi
ii .t .
1 sou lircmvuiing a ! u UD, RmpiO
Sand dose connection with that system ot
, uno um iiunHTTtn ano oouioeaii, our
' . 1 ' 1 1 . .. ..
J city must, with the revival ol trade. b
' I 'come the chief en trepot for the Interchang
ing goods and products of tbe two sec
tulloni.n well as tbe chief sourca nf mnnW
1 . - w
wourees and extent than that which liai
HlMllin mnA aiiiilsklna Kf T.i.I.
tl ' M"
lr inV nlrffiru' rtMmA m...4t.. a
"rf neevw vvD W Mil Wlli VU
rjirove that the negro votera of Cairo aro
held oy their political masters In a slav
bry scarcely Uu abject than tbe physical
lavery from which they woro reloased by
the war, that evidence waafurnUtiRd
; erday. We had in Cairo quite a number
! pf negro men, who, aoinawbat mom In.
)UHIgJt than their fellowa, had avowed
purpose, vo torow ou tuo bolters our
)unna and Yosts had futened about their
weeks; but yesterday, wben,tboy,appeared
i I. . . ii a ......
ti inepoiie sou intimaiea a purpose
'o vole as to them seemed right,
Jjey wero collared, hustlod In-
ft corner, aeverely lectured
od tbsa led tobe polls and compollod to
ote suet, a ticket' as their masters had
Srepared for them. Tickets wore snatched
om the btndi Of other negro voters, torn
to fragments and sc.itlorod upon tbo
ground t And otlior ticket substituted,
Then ticket! wero "flxod" to tult llio
lladlcal manors, and woo to the negro
who dared to question tlio perfect fafrnoss
of tbo shameless traniacllon.
Negroc were made to voto for or Against
tbo "Special tex,'' as lulttd tbo will of
their polltlCKt matters j and if ono of theto
so-called "freemen" venturod to sik "how
ho voted, ' ho was Tory curtly Informed
that it "wai nono ot hit buslnois."
Will the tlmo ntitr corao when negroes,
knowing that thoy ro free, will voto as
freemen, end not ho votkh, ai thoy Aro,
liku thwc 7
Mr.wr.s. "Winston, Albright and Intcoro
aro, wo take it, elected to tho lower liouio
of our Oenoral Assembly. Wo Aro well
persuaded, however, that Sir. Winston
lost at leait throo or four hundred votes
by entering Into tho arrangement which
secured to himself the Democratic voto of
Alexander county and to Air. Albright
tbo Democratic voto of Jackson county.
Io tho first placo Jackson caste ti larger
Democratic voto than Alexander, And
knowing something of tho metal of tho
Democracy of that county, wn fuol conil
dent that a thousand votes, at lout, woub!
bavo boon cast thero for Mr. AV. In tho
second pla;e, In Alaxtndor county Mr
Albright, It cannot bedoniod, Is nolstrong
Ho would not bayo rpcelvod mora tbi
one-third of the Democratic voto, to .Mr,
Winston's two-thirds. Hence if the
Democracy of Jackson nnd Aloxander
counl'osobacrvedamlnctad upon tlio nfiroo-
mnt His roiult will show that .Mr. Wins-
Ion has surrendered at least 1,000 votes in
Jackson county, to secure ilvo hundred or
six hundred in Alexander.
We repoat that wo feel confident that
Air. "Winston is elected, but we aro equal
ly conlldont that If tho Democracy acted
upon tho agreement, his majority will bo
Troin throo hundred to ilvo hundred less
than othorwlso It would hnvo boon,
THANKSGIVING,
HY THE PKKSIDKNT OK TIIK
UNITED STATES OF AMKItlOA :
A JT.OCI.AMATION.
Wh nre reminded by tho changing sou
ions that It la tlmo to pauso In our dally
vocations, and otlor thanks to Almlirhiv
Ood for tho morclcs and abundanco ot tho
yoar, which la drawing to a cloie.
Tho blessings of free government con
tlnue to bo vouchsafed to us : tho earth
has responded to tho labor of tho husband'
man ; tho land has beon free from neitl
lenco i Internal order Is bolni; maintained.
ana penco wun omer powers haa prevailed
It la lilting that at atatcd periods wo
enouiu ceaso irom our acouslomod pur
suits and from tbo turmoil of our dally
lives, and uolto In thankluluoia for tho
blessings of tho past, and In tho cultiva
tion of kindly feelings toward oach other.
Wow, luorerore, recocrnir.lnc these cons d
orations, I Ulysses ii. Grant, prasidont of
tno unilca biatoi. uo rcconunond to all
cltizena to Asscmblo in their rotnoctivo
pieces oi worsnip on 'i nurs'iny. tbo zoth
day of Novembor next, and express their
thanks lor thu mercy and favor of tlu AI
mighty Ood, and laying asldo all political
contentions, and secular occupations, to
obiorve sur.h it day as a day of prAlso.
In wltntsi whoroof, I havo lioro
with set my hand and caused tho
8ial of tho United Status to bo
afilxod; dono at city of Wfihinc
ton this, tho twenty-sevanth day of
October, In tho yoar 1671, and of
tho Inilopondonco of tho L'nitcd
male the nlnoty-nlnth.
U. S. Grant,
Hamilton Fisn, Secrotary of War.
TOO GOOD.
St. l.ouh Jtepiiblieun.
Wo sco it statod that whon Henry Wll
son wont up to seo Grant tbo other day,
Grant remarked: "Ho probably wants
to glvo mo a lecture. Let him go hlru u
hall if ho wants to lecture.'' This reminds
us of a story which tholato Gen. William
Ulllyerused to rolato. "When Hlllyer
was on urani'sstau, liawilns camn to mm
ono day with u story to the cll'uct that
Grant had rnado a vory rarcastlc rumark
about blm (Hlllyer). Hlllyer Immedi
ately sougtit Grant's nuartors In great In
dignation, determined to resign un tho
spot if Grant had HCtuully mado tho ro
mark attributed to him. Uo found tho hero
ofl'ittsburg I.nnOli.i; tntontly oxamlntng
sonio maps, "uenerni," raia lilllyor, ,(len.
Itawllns lolls mo you said soand so abojt"
me; is it true that you used thoso words 7
rant looked up trom bis work and ro
plied, with what Hlllyer used tn call "his
peculiar plaintive irullo:" "Why, my
dear lilllyor, you know I novor said such
a good thing as that In my llfo I ' Wo
foar that the suggestion to Grandma Wil
son to "go hlro a hall," is ton good a thing
for Grant to havo said. However, wo
can't say for curtuin. II Noro flddlod
wmio uomo was blazing, wo don't see
why Grant should not eclipse Artomus
Ward as a humorist during tho fall elec
tions thli year.
WILMAA1 OUlVuiN HUYAN T'H
UIKTIIDAY.
(Chicago Tribune.
In tho midst of tho political hurly-burly
of next Tuesday, nn auspicious event
will be colebratod iu all the larco cities
ot tho country the eightieth birthday of
William uiillou llryunf Tho venerablu
poet hai reached tho extreme age allotted
lo man, and yet his yuan aru not "labor
and sorrow" to him. His Intellect is uu
Impaired, and ho ii still halo and hoarty.
With his achievements in thu Held uf
journulism and Ills succois in tbo re.ilm ot
poetry tho publio aro familiar. Although
uot so prohflo as sotno of the otbor Ameri
can paets, bo has written many poems
which will take their place as elastics in
literature "To blm who, In the love of
nature, noius communion with hor vlilblo
lorms.soo spcaKS a various language,'
mm ion vanoui languago she bat spoken
to nirn. ana ne bas interpreted it in m.
works. I.lko himself, bis works aro calm,
atately, and dignified, I'uro In his prl-
Wain .inn ...!.... t 1.1- - ! t . .
,n"lllll. PjlUtlUIB HI UIS IJUUIIC 1IIO, A
ro t who has nevor aolled his laurels
wiiu anym ni unwortbv r htm
an editor vi ho hus nevor allowed hi
to deviate irom tbo highest and noblest
standards ol journallim, a patriot in the
oiBTaieu aeuso oi tnu word, and a
large contributor to tho art, and science
aed literature of tho country, he richly
deserves this tribulo which his friends
and admirers propore to extend to him.
lie uasnonoroa tht American name and
enriched American literature, and the
IV J'Dl" wi" gratciuny acknowl
edge it. Max Muller says thero la co
bappluieiao great as that of the poet in
whom his own paoplo delight. It Is
ftM C0?le,DI'"' "t tbo old poo
fas still the strength and ,t to oojoy
this happiness, and that tbe Vw(
have not been roierved until his 'depa "
ure from the world In which ho has iilUd
so prominent and honorable a part Th
people, ai a token ol tho pride whith
thoy Icol In him, will placo tbo crown
upon that head, win, wln.i i.n. ,iit
so lovingly, and will rojoico that tho frosts
ninuii imvu nuuened It liavo not touchod
hla heart. Tho vase, with which It Is pro
posed to commeinotato hlr. careor. Is tho
most gracelul emblem which could Iiavo
oocn selected, and nothing could bo moro
approprinto for au Iniuriptlou upon It
than tho closing llnus of bin own Thane-
topsis.
FASHION INDKUENOIES
A faihlou writer in thu Hornet civet
this ndvico and comment: "Wlicu the
skirt is undo up, be luro end hava it
maue porircliy ilght-liitlng all round, as
ovcrdruisoa aro being inada so oxtrouioly
ugui mat tbo least possible spaio is ion
for underskirts. It is furtunnto lint
thero aru no gutters now in tho l'arls
streets, or wo should bo a:arcely able to
stop over tliom. Whora this tightonlng
mania will atop 1 cannot tell, in toe
moantimo ltdlea prcaont rather a cutious
elloct with all their dresses tied so tightly
back, and tho trains of their skirts hang
ing over their arms, From tbo iront (es
pecially when the dresses ?o light-colored)
tho sbapus aro most plainly .en too
plainly sometimes, wbon tho figure Is over
lull, ii is impossible now, uUo, fur ladles
to conceal either their perfections or Im
perfections j and mothurs-to-bo loudly
complain of Mailaruo la Mode a tyranny
In this rospect. Madame la Mode '' ' thuy
say. 'Nay, the could nevor have beoti a
loipoctablo married women, or she would
not havo Invented this fourreau Jurtur."
Tlioro Is, however, another reason for
this non-obiorvance of fashion for ladies'
mdoty. L Modo has changod sex. It
is no longer 'madamo' but 'monsieur,'
who rules tto wardrobo, and that is no
doubt wtiv theio occailonul inconsisten
cies occur. He will toll you that ho tries
tho cllcct of his faihions on
raoMod lltfuros uf Irrenroachablo boautr
and symuiotrv. and laut ma for
thoso whose figures aro not equallv mod
oiled. That ii not his fault. H ho" could,
ho would tnvo all womon beautiful and
an ntur biforo his fashions lor the
lovoly in shape and form, and wo cannot
blamo him too severely, howevor much he
may puy tno sorrows ot tho auUorlng few
wuo compiain. ratlcnco, ladloi you
havo had your tlmo whilo crinoline and
pollings laited. Then well-made ladloe
used to complain that oil women looked
auue tuo 111 end fairly shaped wero
equally faultless to the ove. Hut now
tout me ciasno uroclnn nlzn has onco
more stopped In, lino figures rejoice.
Ciaoiol a ion tour. In this fashion is fair:
for ever changing, sho is suro to pleaso all
iu iiinn, inougu ooi en mane.
News paper Itorolution.
THE CHANGE IN THE CHI
CAGO TRIBUNE.
HOW IT WAS BROUGHT ABOUT
ltf out ths Chicago l'o-st ot Saturday.
Tho report that tho Chicago Trlbuuo
had changed hands led a l'osl and Mail
reporter to call on tho Hon. Joseph
.Medill, at tho olllco of that ppor, this
mornlug, in order to ascertain deilnitoly
tho facts iu tho emu,
It has lone been known in journalistic
circles that tho conduct of tho Tribune,
siucu its defection Irom tho ranks of thu
Republican party, hus not been satisfac
tory to all thu manager!', Mr. .Med ill In
particular. On political mnttors it bas
beon known that Mr. Modill and Mr.
Horace Whlto, who has boon the rospon
slblo editor lor tho past throe or (our
yearp, havo not boen In accord, liut the
oxact facta can bast bo learned from Mr.
McdlU'e own words.
In answer to tho reporter's inquiry, Mr.
Medill ttatcd that tho report of tto ealo
was substantially correct. Mr. Whilo has
soldthrco-ilftha of his stock, anil ivt ins
two.llfths as an Investment' .Mr. C'owles
has also sold thruu-llfths of hla stock, and
remains as business inaneger. a poiitlon
which ho has filled for nearly '21 joari.
Mr. "Whlto has had a desire tor some tlmo
to go abroad n year or so, and that ll prob
ably tho reason of his selling out. Thoy
said that thoy would salt 11 they cot their
price, or buy my stock if 1 would soli it
cheap enough. At ono timo 1 thought
that thoy bad purchased my stock.
"I have purchased 00 shares for the sum
or $3011,000, which gives mo 100 shores,
and loaves 01 In tho hands of othnri, some
of which my brother holds. This gives
mo abioloto control."
Reporter ' What will bo tho futuro
coursa of tbo Trlhuoo 7
Mr. Medill Those who wero ac
quainted with mu while I had tho control
oi tho Trlbuno romombor what my poll-
tics wore. I have always been a Jtebub
liran since tho party was organized, about
twenty-one years ago. l have been inuo
pendent in many respects. Thn Trlbun
hereafter
win. nn iieplmimcan.
it will not bo mo organ ol any person
cllquo or (notion, but will endouvor to
reproiont the sentiments of tho maloritv
of tho Republican party and tho bo.l In
terests of tbo country. Its criticisms will
bo as froo and independent as of yuro. I
havo alwoyt hold thu tlienrv that the
Tribune could do moro good in correcting
errors iu tho party by being Inside than
outside of lis ranks. I boliovo that the
peoplo ot tho Republican party aro ccm
lutent to correct tno mistakes ot the!
eaders, ami that it s not necossarv to i?o
m uio ucmocrais to iiavo It done.'
Jlopoiter 'When will this chango take
jiiiicu :
Mr. .Medill -November 0. Thov nfi'..r
ed to clvo psssesslor. on tbe lib, but I wna
not roady.'
Reporter 'What chancei will hn
in tuo management
Jlr. Jlodlil Mv brother. Samuel .1..
will bo maOhKing editor, and 1 shall act
as odltor-lu-eiiief. No othur changes Imve
oeen uoturmined on, l noro will bo no
violont changes In the personnel of thu
editorial force. .Molt ot tho men now
employed have been associated with me
previously. lhvodrio iiothlng m thu
way o: tuiional worli lor four years and
nnii anu navo oeen actively connected
with tho paper for tho last sixteen veiir.'
Roporter -'Is there anything else you
VfihtosayV
Mr. Medill 'It might br proper to
statu that Ihu diueruiices among the man
agers bavo always boon purniy political.
Jlr. While retires Mltb tbo good will of
nu mi associates, in ihko k lurlougb.
When ho return wo will sou what will bo
ume, ii romams with himself todeter
mine. Mr. White catno into tho paper
wi inim jrais vKv, anu took cbargu.
For live yoara I worked with him, mid
there was no autocracy, to to ipoak, in tho
paper, 1 don't ri-ineuibcr that 1 over
wroto an artlclo, nnd I wroto largely,
whloli was not Inserted just as written.
After I hauled oil", Mr AVhlto had to m.
sume all tho responsibility.'
Tho'Intervew clued bv Mr. Modill tnt.
ing that Mr. Jlrois retains tho samo in-
tereit as before, Ho has beon absent
Irom tbe city during tho negotiations, and
will first leurn -of tho cbamro whon ho r.
turns. Mr. Modill further stated iimt
Muisrs, Whlto and Cowles wanted tho
ccursu of tho papor settled to
tho satisfaction
stonkboldor at himself. Air. Oowlea wrote
to him in Huron, itatlm.th fit tllfl V Willi 11
sell out or buy him out entirely, and it
was uncortnln for some tlmo which way
tho mattir would go, Thoy made him uii
offer, but tho modo of payment ws not
lalislfaetory. finally ho changed his
otTer and It was Accepted. After again
assuring tho roportor that tho differences
between him and Mr. Whlto had always
been on political quostlonr, tbo Inlervlow
terminated.
CAIRO AND HICKMAN DAILY PACKET
t'jMMENciNu Monday. Nov, 4, 1871,
Plcumer J. W. 31 ILLS,
i:. o. v
I'lIl.TH,
.Mailer.
l.l. M. litvmii.v.
Clerk.
l.etec; lio ut cry tisy except
unday, nt
I.rnvr lllekiinin every il:n cxeej.t .Sunday,
nt H o'clock p.m.
Landing at all liitcnni-iUite l'olnt.
4' y-io-m-tr
SOTHX.
ST.trr. ok Ii.unoio. K . In Ilia
Ai.i:XAXiii:n Countv. M ( licult Court.
Thnmai II. i arrln
vs.
I.utlllaMIe, KarnostMIo nnd C'luiidliu
('. Mlzc, and s-imiicl MaaN Taylor nnd
l.dwln l'arsoii, Trustees of tho Cairo City
l'ropcrly compsnv.
Illll In ehaucery for spcclflc porfomnneo
iho abovo immeil dcfcndaiitH aro licrrhy
notillail Hint tin. alinlx rntltled Milt In lielid
lug In nitil court, ami thn tlmo nnd pl.ieo ol
thu return ot Munition la Dm c.io, i the
next term of mIiI l oiirt, to bo boldcn at the
court house, In the city ol Cairo, In ald
county, on tbo Ur-t Montlny lu.lanuary, A.
1). 1875. Rki'iien S. Yocum.
nil-lo-13-wU Circuit Court.
Cl'.N TA It 1,1 NAM ii.N T.
ho grout discovery of the
aire. Thero Ii no naln which
tho Centaur Liniment will no
renew, no nwellliig which it
will notHihtluc, and no lame
ne-s which It will not cure
.This U .trong language, hut
" f IHH, fc in liu lllllllllllK:
MlWP Hut retipo la pi In toil around
each bottle. A circular containing ccrtlll
entei o wonilerrul cure of rheumatism
ueuralglu, iook-Jitv, i.pralni, swelling-,
acalds, caked hrcati, liolnonotM blto fiocn
feet, gout, raltrhcuin, ear-acho Ac., and tho
rcclpu or thu l.tnliiiciit will bo sent gratia to
anyone. It is the most wondorful benllng
nnd iisln rcllovlni; agent the world liai ever
prodlteed. It seili 114 no article bcloro did
sell, audit sclU bccauo It doesjint what It
prctondH to lo. One bottle or the Centaur
l.lnlmcnt lor onlmili (yellow wrapper)ls
wortli a hundred dollars for spavined,
trained or galled hone and males, and for
cruiv-worm Iu slioep. No family or slock
owner can afford to be without UcntaurUn
Inicnt. rrlce,W eenti; lirco liotllis?!. .1
It. ltove.V Co.,f:! Hroailvuy, Sew.
'nMiKiti
i I CIll Oll
is more fun In tho
Ia-ChioinoH I'l.UCK than any
nalnleil or pinted story thut
lias been given to the puhllo lor
ycar. ver before has been
accorded to any picture or -et
or picture, the popularity theso
I'liromo havo attained. Slo.
Hi by 22 Inches. I'ricc, S10
tho p;i!r.
Aldrt'ii order to
.1. V. RYUKIl.
1'iiblWicr,
(. i.U'iann, unio.
thksi: (!i:.N"n.i:
MI.N bavo seen and
aru pic i-eil with tho
chfoinoH "I'luck,1
ulilf'hibrllielr humor
and Una uiornl lesou
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IJII 11 IIIU L.WV-I-VA
lence ol oxcciltlon, S
aro 1110 umii lopin.ir
chroino ortiio iby, and sbouiu navo 11 placo
111 every i.iinuy.
1'iiici:. 610 Tin: I'aii
II not lound nt your Picture dealers stud
your order, or tor a descriptive clreular,,to
mu puuuiucr. ii. i'. hi ui.it
Cleav
AGENTS WANTED FOR
Ml FOWLER'S GREAT WORK
On .Manhood, Womanhood and their Jlu-
iii4i iiiiur-iioiauoun; i.ove, lis Luwk, Tow-
it, t'tf. Agenii uru soiling Irom 13 lo '.'3
epploa n day. Send forspocimen paites and
1 ernis to Agents, ami ece why It tells faster
V. l!.",n "l"L'r "00K- Addles .National
I'libllshlngCo.jl'lilln., Pa,, Chicago, III., or
I mild Air. ' I
THE MASON & HAMLIN CROAN COMPANY,
vvlimclK or Throe lll(;heit Medals and
wiii mu 111 uunor, at Vienna, 167,1, and
.1 m,w "Her tho llnest assortment
vi mu ieiv.ai)iiiet urtfalis 111 tho world, In
eluding nownilcH with recent Improve.
inentH, not only oxelii'lvoiy lr cash, in
...... uui niu 1111 jjw JliailH 01 oasy
payment-, thu inoit latorahio etcrollercJ.
urKima Jtenteu with iirivilefeol purchase,
""J ilium uiu eimiiiiv. r
puvmenl t'.t.M in- nmvir.l.
lllil-itrated UataloBiiei nnd Clrcularj. with
lire h ircoon request. Ad-
MASON &. HAMLIN OROAN CO.
Ilotton, .New Vork or Chicago.
A NEW CHROMO FOR 1871.
GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK
Sliifjle orl.. a Ci.il,,' whopa'ys l.'i Advs ie
lor li.V. nnil rciultst d reet to this olllco 11
copy os'Tlli: UIM3UK." tho lmnd"ome,t
111 iTlVO IO rVPir Hllhtltrll.n
liiiuiii'i 11, ir uiiciuu uy h niioiisiicr.
limit fl per annum. I'or Circular, con-
,-nilVvi,rr, u)ryi"lSl': llrcsi t,. A.
t, j iiuuueipuiu, i'u.
$52 $20 1'ff'laV at homo. Terms free
WW A w V'K Kiiurantcctl to Male ami
II tl l eniulo Aiieuta in tliclr locality.
I I Cot nothlnj; to trv it. l'articu.
I I ):us free. ! O. V1CKKHV&CO.,
0' K'lVl
.133-10-i:.dAivlw
PITS CUJIED FUEE
Any ncron HiiiierliiL' irnm Dm ,ii.nv .iii.
eiisn m rctilluiileil In ml. p.... is,, i, .i 1
, . , 1 .1. . "". vm ,,. a .r., hiiu i
hy oxiircsi., KiiKKi
iiiiii iiuiiiu III lliei C nil will hn rnrii'iir.ln.l
m 1 11 .u . u'"u,ar rhylcian, and has
FITS OK LTII.LTSV
htlUlv for Vfinrn. mul l.A tm .a.H..k.
au.. IT, 11 f.. niilllk i
jure, hy the use of his remedy.
. J'OI.OtlHlltOrClltltOhilll lnrtrlnl linllln!
costs nothini;, and ho
1 1. 1. turin: YOcj,
!?'! Y"e5r0,r, "?.w, IonK niiing your caso
r,?fi 10W m:'"' ethei remedlee may
Circulars and tcjtlmonlala sent with
rnv.t: tuial iiottlk.
Aildicss
"It. CIIAS. T. I'UICP,
u.s-ti-t!!i-d.ltvly
MB
m
Kspq
-i B irriu c, jj bo.ar, yr Ksl
COMJHINHION JltlUtCHANTH.
C. CLOSE
OERKRAI.
Coinmissioii Merchant
Anil Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, llnir, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
XjTI will lell In carload lots at manillai.
llircra prices, adding freight.
COKKKY, UAHU1HON A CO.r
(."iicccssorn to O. Hurd & Hon,)
AND ' ?
Commission Merchants,
'I.(IIB.1IIAIN ANI HAT,
H tin Ohio l,nvty. OA IRQ. III.H
Wood Rittonliouso & Brother
AND
Ur.NnrtAt, Commishion Mi:uciia.vt,
t j
103 Ohio Lovco, Cairo.
11. A. Thorns
L. 1). Thoint
TJIOM8 ic UROTHER,
Succetosra to 11. M.liulen,
'JOMMISSION MERCHANTS, HUOKKIt
AND DBALBIia IN
ittnilo t'nnoy Jrurrrlra,
Torelgn and Domestic
PliUlTa jOlTX) XrXTT! '
ISt Commercial Aveuue,
OA IHO, - . 1I.UNQ1H.
NEW XUKK. MTOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAU'llllT VAKIITT STOCK IU TIIK ITY
UOUD3BOLU VHRY OLOHK.
Jorm r ot SUmitxriitl, Nlrrat nnd im
uierclnl Atsbui
OA1MO, ILLINOIS.
O. O. PATIttll
MILLER & PARKER,
General Commission
Forwarding Merchants.
DillCM III
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.Ac
Agents i'or I'uirbank Scale?. '
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(5ucccsor to John II. I'hllli,)
General Oominission
AND
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS, '
Dealers In
II A V, CORN,
OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, J1RAN, &i
A genU for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.'!
OOI!. TKNTII ST. A OHIO MIVKB.
CAIRO, ILLS.
. ATKHP,
AYERS
E. .). AYKU1
& 00..
F L O I- B
AMD
OENKlfAL COMMISSION MERORANTS
No. 7H Onio Lbvxb.Oaibo, Illh.
W
Stratton. T
lllnl
STRATTON St, BIR-D
WHOLESALE GROCERS
-AMI-
Commission 'Merchants,
Agents Amcricau Powder Company
a? O.'fO LKVXE, MjfiO.
R.
SMYTH &
WI01.K8AI.K
CO.
LIQUOR ) E ALElt
No. (iO Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLlNOIh
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restauraunt
.,
Iw
122 Commercial Avonue.
0 dcort north of Cairo and Vluccnnci lljlliuaj
WM. "WKTZBL -
l'ROrillETOll
A trusty watch kept nlchl and dav for
1 rains and Steamboats,
THE UEST OI' ACCOMMODA'II'JNS
for trancicnt guests at
TWO 1) O L L A It 8 1 K It DA.
208-10-l.tf
'I. 0. Mathusj 1:. C. Uli
MATHUSS & UHL.
l''orwardliifc' & Uencrat
Commission Merchants,
Dealers In
FLOUH, GItAIN, HAY AND
WKSTEHN PltODUCli.
Ohio Lkvek,
OAino, Ir.i.s.
WIIOLIJSALK
Ulffi ml
D'EIALBRS
EilRCLiiLY
Jobbers and
PUR
Chemicals, J'ntcnt rcdicinca, Perfuinory, Soap.. fushc3,
Toilctt Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods), Colli ?r AVhitc
Lead and Other Grades, Paints,' Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbo Colors, Dyo
Stufls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wo Solicit corresponds ncc and order Irom Drue-KM, l'hyslclan and Ocneral Stores
n wantof ( oodiln oiir Line. Steamboat, l'l.inutloii and Family Medlelno cacs lurr
lhod or llelllled with Kcilahlo l)ru; at Itoai-onable Ilatis'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, KETAIL &
71 Ohio I.evrc. AViisliIngloii
. CAIRO.
J Q. H A Vvl AN &. CO
3rEA.Jli IEJST.A TE
HOUSE AGENT,
COLLK0TOHS,
'JONVEVANUKHS,'
NOTARIES l'RLICS
d Lam) AtrentKOl the IlllnoU Central and
J turllny Ion and Missouri It. It. Cor.
North ('or. Sixth anil Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILLb.
C. WINSTON & CO.
lic.il Estate
ViCOIltS
AUCTIOKEE US,
71 Ohio Levi:i:, .Scooml. If)r,)
CAIRO, ILL.
lluy ami Still IICAI. UsTATi:, l'.iy taxi:
1 limUlies Ahslrut l of II tit.
EaTI-'ind (.'omniliMoiisr.
ROSS'
Coal and Voo)"aiiu.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL
'AN
S T O V E W O O T)
Kent constimtlv nn liiml .it l)r.-
u......iiu,l uiunur, lljlJIUSHO IJrOS!,' llllllll-
inj.'.
tjrtiern promptly (ilicil, Coal ami Wood
delherod Irco of charge. Tirin hslrletly
- .Hl-IU-lKilll.
I.IVYKIIN.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
TOUNEVfc CUIJNSRLOR AT LAW
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
unileo ovrr First National Hank. n-lo-'Jm
jonn 11. Miilfccy. Wllllnm c, .Miiikoy.
MULKEY & SON,
OT0MEYS AT LAW
I I lie 1 P iiiint.1,11 Wl'llllltL I
WIllH'It: IM'flllll aVtfnnt lilli'li.i. 'Vi.,lnA.i
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William Il.tircen,
Wlllhiiull. (lllln.ii.
OAIUO,!,
lilies K. tillheit.
I37.si0cllil altinilnn l-Ivpii
to Admiralty,
nut 8lr.uiiLo.it hllsslncKS,
Olllco :
Ohio I.ovec, llooiiiH .7 nnd S over
lilV Vfttlnt...! II... .1.
w.. .l.illuilril I.IIIIU
IMNUUANOK
C. N. HUGHES,
Cicncrnl Insunvnco Agont,
OFFICE,
Ohio Lcveo, over Jlnthus Si UIiI'h,
tarA'one but fhtt'cUm
represented.
Companic
ANU ltBTAIls
m ill OIL
BROTHERS
Retailers of
UEiCHirTION,
Ave. cor. Llgiilli St.
I1ANIIM
MUST NATIONAL HANK
01" CAII10
it. W. JlILMIlt, l'lWilont,
.I.il.l'fill.l.ll'S. VIm I'reiliienl,
C1IAS. CO.VMMillAJl. Otihler
COI.LKOTIONS IMIOMI'TLV MA OK.
l:.VC'lIANUl:.tolll. hank nnti 1 td I'nllr l
StuUM ntmiirltltw iMiuiiht ami o!d.
Intorrst nllotuil on time ilipoult
THE CITY NATIONAL
BANK.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OAI'ITAL,
8l0i,ti(jt)
W. l HAI.I.IDAY. 1'rth.ltlent:
'."' '.'."iVI.LIUAV, Vh'e I'ltMdesi.
A. It.ftAt'KMtl), Cn-htei-l
WAII KItJI VSI.01", Afjfitant Cashier.
IlIHKOTOliH.
.TAr..TAY,0, "Ml- OUNXIM.HAM
tl. I. II.I.IAJI.O.V, STKI'llli.VjIllili,
A. II. sjAVrolll).
llxcluuyr, Coin nnil Unllnl Status
liiiiuN IluiiKlit iiml .Sold.
DKI'OSITS received ami a general hanhlii"
I umiiii-s none.
KNTUItritldK HA VINOS HASH!
CiiAHTEiit) March 31, lfcXti.
CITV NATIONAL DANK, CAIKO.
OPFICMtrt!
A. II.
I. SAWOItl). I'roaitlnnl .
.! ' aimjk, Vleo-l'reMtlcnt;
II, inrjl.OI, Secretary and Treasurer.
lllllVttTlllld ,
IJ. AI. IIAIICHY, CllA'J. (Ul.IOIIlMt,
I . M. MtlCKH.HTII. Willi 11 s. '
It. II. CT.N.MWHIAM, II. I-. 11aU.I1Ay!
J. AI. J'llll.MI'S.
IXTilltlM' nalll rill ilnlinfclru nt ll.n r
six per cent, ncr untiiim. Mnr..'. 1..
SMjtuHihcrUi. Jutsjiont not Mlilidruwn Ii
added liiniicdiJtily to tlio prJriciput of tint
iliiiiist. ihtrci.v i(t hn. ii,... :.. 1
hiturest. ' " 0 s-'i''"m
IfAUItlKD HOMlJsr ANU CI1II linirw .v
lUI'OHir MONEY AMI KO OXK KI.1K
CN UltAW IT.
Open UVPI V hiulniisa tlnv frnni 11 , n n
p. 111., 11 id Sitiirday evenings ler cavlnes tie
poitn culy, irom 11 to 8 n'cloi-k.
W. liYSLOl', Treasurer.
B. F. PARKER,
(Succossor to Parker & Ulako,)
Dealerln
PAINTS & OILS
rAltNISllKS,
IIRUSHKS
WALL PAPER,
WINDOW GLASS,'
WINDOW SHAD ES
And tho celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OIL:
nross' liuildlnjj, 11th St.& Oomorolal Ayt
0AIKO, ILLS.
C, W. DUNNING, M. D.
Iln.sHritlVf'I.'r'ni iinr VI11II1 mul Al'nlnn
slreetn. Olllco Comer Sixth atroet und
BBTTriO
wiiiu n tri'. Willi IT iiuinn , .will V ll. III., I'J
l-ii), and Hp. 111.

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