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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I yrm
IK liCIAETlX ipnWUlittrr morning
(ccj4 Monday) IntheliulWn JlnlWIiDr, cor
nn WMhlngWn rf nuf and Twelfth r treet.
TmIicttn5lwrrcltocllynlMCrllKrlr
. .... .1 Tn-mfT.riTe Onti &, Ices
., ,,,.., ,,,,.. thu
,r.Utwtktr. "XM. On advance), Uoir
nmuut six rnontln, Ml three month, M une
month, 11
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
rubll.twl every TUunxtar raotnlng at 1 v I
,ir In advance. Ihe pctac
on thWVly vclU be prciW . Oils olllce, o
that tubKttUrt vUt oblAln It fo. a .ubKrlpllon
tie of ljer.
ADVEHTISING BATES.
1 A 1 L V
tio.loMS Cnl, prrnnnutn,
One (Kjiure, ene lowrtlon,
One tqnitv, two lnerllom,
One fo.ure, oll"r,,' "
int fjuarc, two wi,....
One inwre, Ihrco wwlJ,-...
One mttr, onemonll'.."-""'
, 1 SO
.1 sn
..... i i')
..... A uo
One ititT, one lieillin,"....
Each etlbiwiucnt Incrlloii,....-
SO
CJOno litrii I b aqture.
KJTolTjnilrlrerllsM we offer ui'rlorln
Uuccmcnt., both a to nt of cJiarRea mid man
ner of illpaylnj? Uiclr ftror.
EJ-Nollrei hi local column Innrtwl for t'if
tu Centi per line for one Inwrtlon, Twenty
CcaU line fur tiro In-crlluns, Twcnly-KJvc
nU n line for thrt Insertion, Tlilrty-t'lvc
rc't ii line for one --ftk, ami bcu-nty-Khe
.s-ts a line for one month,
Communication!! upon subject of (ten
oral lntoreit to the public solicited.
O-All letters thouM be wlJtwMj to
JOHN' II. 011KKI.V,
rrcalilent Cairo Ilolletln Comjuny.
$u ttllitin.
IteiMlliifr Sfiiltor on Every I'iikp.
JOHN H. OBEHLY, Editor.
Ol'ii minister at the court of St. .lanie?,
Hon. ltobert C. Schenck, made a isneeth
lately at the annual dinner of the Cutlers
of Shcfllcld, which was In bad taste, and
was characterized bv Mr. 1!o..i.....i- i
followed him, iw "a ."iilemlid example of
how an American can blow hh own
trumpet."
Mil. IIavii.i , I'llltni- nf llm Ml. Ciri.i. l
Jleaiier, lias lately ohtatiieil a "brand
new" baby, mid has ipmcd lilm Hill An-
dcr.-on. Mr. Andcroii, lhittered by the
compliment, has presented to yonnj,' I la
vill a rattle and a new pair of boot, and
has requested him to leave with Andcr
boii's tailor, bis measure for a whole Milt
of clothes.
Tub United States enpreinc court ha
rever.ied the Judgment of the United
btJites circuit court, rendered ut Sprln
field about two years iigo, giving to I'hll
lips Judgment against the Grand Tower
company of Murphyboro, for 5200,000
damage?, for failure to del'vcr coal. The
Judgment U reversed, am' ' kj cafo re-
mandedfor anew trial, o. thogroutid
tliat tho "court below" udin' ted Improper
evidence, and luijiroperly Instructetl the
Jury as to the law In nvpeet to the meas
ure of dainagei. Mussm. Green & Gil
bert, of tbld city, wcro.thu Jawyeis of
Phillips, and conducted ihe e;iso on hl
part with thu most coununuuato nblllty.
They earned much reputation by the
iiklll and lawycrly ability and energy
they displayed In the eaui'o of their c;eiu.
Mn. Heck of Kentucky, has a pcn-I-t-ent
way about him which mint be
Ieclally uncomfortabluto i-ouie people In
Washington, lie In-Kts on keeping the
inyatcrleuor the tale burglary bu-Iucss ho
fore Congrfiu In u wuy which excites iti,;
unmltfgated dlsguct of llic itadicaN In
the House. Ho declared In his feat that
Attornoy General William had dbmlcd
ilr.JUddlc, the special attorney ai)iolnt
cd to pro'ceu'e the ih'- u-vnui ii 1ml
Oevi.i-iJ rw.u. iiicn fastened guilt on
certain high oftlclah of the government
and the dUtrict. It Is believed an Inves
tigation cannot lc avoided and the Wash
ington correspondent of tho (A,nrter-Jor-;wt
atUnus that "there Is the liui-t illn-ct
authority for stating that, when tho
vholc truth come to foo told, It will put
Shepherd, Grant, and William In u most
neiilnble light befote tho collntry.,, Ap-
.-my mu enu i not yet.
Tin: ALAJIA.UA I.t VIjhtKJATIO.V.
When Mr. Caldwell, nieuiber of (.on
gref Irom Alabama, oll'eml a resolution
In the iioims the other day directing the
Secretary ot War to communicate to the
House the number of troops stationed In
tliat Statu prior to tho November elec
tion, tho points at which they wen
posted, and whether they were in large
or'Ainall bodies, regiment, companies',
or squads, and the use maduot'them; aUo
to reoort what fpiantitles of hiibiUtcneo
and clothing were leMied, under pretetiM;
of relieving ih fsuuYrcrs from the over
flow of tho TphiUkIx una Warrior riv
en, to negroes, and by whom the Issuance
of these supplies was controlled,
he was promptly opposed hy
the ltepiibllcau tidu of thu
House. When th ailmiulstratloii
sent troops and arauiuulUou and eiipplles
Alabama before tho flection, there
no prcM-ntlinont tlmlntiayoi reckon-
liii? inllit f-onio tliat alter mo cii'cuon
the hoot inlirlit be on lite other foot, and
cxplanatloiu n?ke(l for. Accordingly,
when tlio motion was inauu in me iiouu,
innnootivrrs wore made to defeat It, until
Speaker Maine aw that concurrence with
lll0n,,om,H11 j,y 1'epuhllcaiH would be
Inlnrloiu to the party than dodging
Inveitlfratlon, when he lea the chair,
ch ,(
. . (,,f,,.,t the motion to n-coil?''1- '
anil the rwoliillon to liivMtltr"'
i-iriii'il tlimiii'h
The onV nson now i
to uct ii wliltew-J',"K "'""
utli n.nn nnt '' tumps were not :
-" i 1
WHO
will n-iM ",!K 1111 u,ml" " " "ul "
u control the election", una that Hie .ui
nllos voted by C'onjrres to the lltrewd
xm)Vc 0f the State were not iim d to pttr-
chine the votes oi tiiu.ctupuiou'j iuhck.
anu wiiiicm.
a xr.wtrosjir.Tit'
She sawed wood, bite does not live in
u newly Kitted country, Inn Wj! cabin
She tirobablv nccr milked 11 cow or
swept a room or did a day's VMihlug Hi
her life. Hut Mf "aweil woou, neverine-le-.
and iwwuil ierlteiitry. She eu
tlured i-ome itosjc-j, tliouli. "Many
times the mill" of the wood yanN were
to low that he could hear ollleious er-
iinisiiiii Kniiiriin her own conceited
countryman remark that It was only done
to attract attention." Hut -be Kept on
c.iu hiir. ni wliijr lor exercNc, nnd the ex
erel-e did her ood ; It Imi' iritu
ftntiirti i Jut tlal organ", It
i.fl the Inddleiit. lmll-ned Iiin-'i to work;
It vlt.-thVcd the blood; It brought all the
organs of the chet Into action in n way
iiiipo'-'llili1 by walking or any other ex
ercise; and the result was that lntead of
theallow couiplexioii which once caused
people who did not Know her to rail her
n brunette, Mic now has a brilliant com
plexion and Is willed a blonde.
She therefore iidvl-eA women to saw
wood. She says "In thN occupation a
an uxcrel'e they will soon become in-
tetv-ted, and It they could be
prevailed upon to the extent of sawing
four or live or Mx f-tlcKs per (lay, com
mencing moderately, tho-e trying the ex-
terinieiit would 1h? ilcllghtcd with the re
sults. A bad breath will become sweet ;
a dull brain, active; a torpid liver will take
the hint, the voice get i-troug and clear.
the complexion undergo a surprising
change.''
Anil all thU may be effected bv sawing
wood. She says so, and site sK-ak
trom exixTience. Wherefore we nilvl-e
our feminine reader' to procure silver-
plated Miws, black walnut saw-buck, and
a tew load- of patuted cord wood, and to
go to work to earn beauty and a living.
n i.i.on ami tiii: m'i:aki:iisiiii'.
Ihe State Iteguttr, of the l.'th Iti't..
contains n had-natured article on the .Mit-
Ject of the General A-einbl.T Speaker
ship, in which Hon. Shelby M. ("ullom I
di'itouneed hi severe term, beeaii'e he
lm committed tho heinous ollene of hav
ing friends who de-Ire that he -hall be
elected to preside over the home.
Cullom'ii audacity and tollv, Tht HajU
it iisur.-s tlio piiwjc, nr.. "the comt.lo
ments of eaeh olhei. Alldai-Iou-' Mr.
Cullotn U not, und he was never sus
Iieeted by those who know him bet of
lclnir -i i'"J. "c U like too many of the
politicians of the day, Inclined to be
timid, and act upon the dictates of
"policy" rather than upon the prompt
ings of devotion to principles. If he
were more audacious than he l, he
would be considered a brilliant politician,
but would probably be les Mtcces-ful in
winning the favor of the public. He
know that the timid politicians succeed
and that the bold one are
thrown down, and he adapts himself to
the situation, lie walks along with a
very careful Kei on tiptoe, and Mips
Into public positions iiolseles-ly, with an
apologetic Millie on his lace, that .-ays to
the licoplo : 'T Just slipped In; I hope I
don't otl'end!" There Is no audacity hi
bis composition.
".Mr. (,'ulloin's fiolc principle In poli
tics," continues The Register, "Is tetf.
To this khort and petty test, he reduces
everything. Personal dignity and Intle-
DLtidence. as will :n lniv -mil r..t
w..j, - .."...ow. uiuii its iu-a-late
tdtar." 7Vi Jtrgitter docs .Mr.
t'lillnm Injutllce In tho charge that he
will not . -land by hU friends. Devotion
to friends Is .Mr. (.'idiom's particular
merit, and wo have rea-on to believe The
HtgUttr should not be Ignorant of this
fact. It Is true, Mr. Ciilloni defines a
ft lend to !: "the man who helps me,"
but where 1 tho politician who does not ?
The men who give Mr. Cullotn a helping
uaiKi, iw iicut rclusc to extend a help
ing iianti 10 wncniii.-T -Mkof hhn the
favor. He sometime penult his iieott.i
to friends to warp Ids judg
ment and induce him to w Ink at praetlres
i ouuiii iti'iiouuiX' III iitletieillV. Selllsli
he no doubt U, as ino-t politicians are ;
blithe is M'llUh in uo obji-ellonable kii-i-.
Ills scllMiness l the result of hi- umbi-
tlou. lie Is ambitious of iiublle iirrt'er-
nient because he b"Ileves he N competent
to nil any poition, ami lie desires mo-t
vacant po-ltlons Wau-c he believes Mr.
I ullom would be advantaged by his ol
talnlug any of them.
lie desires the Sjieakershlp. Why?
Itecaim; he wi-bes to ho Governor, aiid
.1... C..l ..!...( 1
iiiu nM.-.itr n tnair noiiui ie lo mm a
Hi'PpIng Hone to the higher po-ttloti
'I'l.lj I- I.M.I. .....I
.mi ,i uii. u wuiiuui, as ihe
ItfjUter weins to, believe this tact 1ii-.ll
lies anyone in denouncing .Mr, C iilliia
as a ni4Mtl. Tliero Is no doubt Mr.
(.iiiioin is worKing to R'cure thu gul,er-
uatorlal eiialr, hut Midi labor I noi i.
graceful even If tho Independent-ISefonn-ers
do denounce It. .Mr. (Jul-
loin has ln-en working to
be elected Governor lor several
years, and Is now a member of tho house
forthe p-rpo-o of furthering his wish to
wear the allocs nf Mr. llevciidge. H'lio
can be elected Sticnker In an Opiiorltlon
house, the llepublleajt party will not re
lume t nominate liliu fur Governor. This
he knows; thlseverybody ought to know.
And this U tho ifiwou wo do not wish
hhn to be elected Speaker. Wo admire
' him, ami upon jicrsoiial grounds would
..1 . I.. l.nlnW litltl Into n
(tint; in iivii'i"
. . ... . . ... ... 1.
Itnjlier Ollleo mail ummirr,
Is ft ltrtdle4il, and we cannot
Induce otiiKclftocnn'ont to another itail-
leal Governor. W e Wish an Independent-
lMnrmnr. urn ltelortncd ltndlral. with
Democratic proclivities, to be the next
flnvrnior. nnd therefore WHll totlele.il
Mr. Ciilloni. The Urn initu'ineiit III the
.... t.... .,-filn.l li in U to defeat hllll
""'" . .......
for II'" .-livui.wiiil', '"" , ;
nx-uuiiK uteiimiv.- i i ir ,.r..,.-,.., ......
moving to the perforinani e of our tiuty
with tear. In our eyes, we ndvanee with
thn; who are nnMon to prevent Mr.
t'ullom troui Hfiirliu,' the ehalr of the
Uoiim1.
iMjussioN .Mi:ui:iiArH.
C. CLOSE,
General
Commission Merchant
asm iir.At.Ln in
LIME, CEMENT, TLASTER,
HAIR, &c,
Umlor City National Bank.
T WIM.wlt In mr-liio'l lots at inanufactiiirri'
.1. price, mldlnj: t icikm
corrEY,
HARRIS ON iSc CO.,
(Siicct.iora to II Hunt A Co.)
FORWAHDINQ
Commission Merchants
Anil Healers In
FLOUR, OEA.IN and HAY,
No. 03 Ohio Lovoo.
WOOD
RITTENHOUSE
and bro.
FLOUR AND GENERAL
Commission Merchants
No. 13S,
OHIO LEVEE.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Successors lo John II l'lultii-)
FORWARDING
Commission Merchants
Ami Dealers in
nAY, CORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BEAN, etc
a0.-- .- lirtni j. njLsrn PnWDER CO!
Corner Tenth Stroot and Ohio
L.OYOO.
. 11 MalhUM. t: C fhl.
MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FORWARDING
And General
Commission Merchants
Denier In
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
PRODUCE,
C4 Oliio Ziovoo.
MILLER Sc. PARKER,
FORWARDING
-Ana-
Commission Merchants
auknis ton
35,ixrl3t.aa.Xs.' 8caloH
OHIO LEVEE, between Fourth and Sixth St
K. J. A) us. . D. A)res.
AYRES St CO.,
FLoun
And Ktiu'iul
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
Millinery
Goods.
Wholoaalo PricoH, but No Crodit !
Mrs. C. McLEAN,
Next Door to Stuart & OholBon's
EIGHTH STREET,
DETWEKN COMMEItCIAI. AND
WAHIIINOTON AVENUIVJ.
'JITA'IS, llonneU, JlidweH, Fratlien Hit,,
link VT Vrn-"- '''I' ""' -
.Meilm, lJielerwM.rriirJj.lMi,inlLiiiilii;u. '
uX3'IhX?&Tl .w!" '"wl'li'UMf l-llrf-uics,
(ut tAHI una CAijll OXI.V, f-ll-VJi
HH.SHI,l.N.
-t 1TIM.IAM R. BMITK, M.
VV
iiKsmr.NTEi St. ti 'rhirtwniti Mrcct, I-
. Washington avenue ami Walnut itwt
nVVUT. Sorth htr r,f l'.lfhtl. drift be-
-i W. DUNNING. M. D,
v.
lIKltr.N(.i: t'otnrr Mnln ati.l wminil
MmU.
tn-YU V.: Tomer MxllMtimii.HlOhloUl".
(m j; HoniS. t'nmiAA ni
In II Ml , hikI
from o . p m
1n. W. BLAUW,
Oormnn tJnyBtcinn.
OKKK'i:- Itinler'n lllofk, (tii-alaln), rotner
I'.UIitli -ln I nivl VnliliiKlnli ntrnlia
l,AVVi:i(.s.
JAMUEI. T. WHEELER,
AUoi'iu'.V ni liiiu'.
Ot'FICK: Ohio Itiv, Tr mom formerly
(MTIIpiMl I'J tltll .4UOIIKI lUllk,
( MHO, H.I INOW.
JyULKEV & SON,
Attorneys at IitiAV.
OKKICK: Klahlh fctrc-t. Uiueen Cuniiner
eiiil mul WivliliiKloiiiiwniuM,
Mct?l.ey A.IIO, ...I.INOH
QREEN
& QILBERT,
Alt oi'iioy.s and Coiiiisl-Ioivh
at liiiw.
Ol'l'ICK Ohio I'Vi-, iiiim T ami S m
I It; .Siiti'iiial lUnk,
U'lltlnmlt (iri'ii.
WI1II.IIH II lilllieit. V ( A 1110 ILLINOIS.
JIllin Fml (illlTt
tr,iKrlal nllenlloii irivefl to A'lmlrultv an
Steainlxflt bmlni-M.
iiiiisi: iMi.Ti:it.
J. H. ABLE,
f.eneral
House Painter
PAPER HANGER.
CORNER TENTH STREET AND
WASHINGTON AV.
1 S pp nre.l to lo all llnil of Il .ti"' I'ninlinir,
1. KaNoinlnlnirnr Whl!i w.n..L.nx either In the
city or Mirrouii'liiiif nmntry ul n-uMuiatile prt-
Ml imit-ra win
mrhe iirotntil anl lK-r-
nMml attention
Call nul fee Inni
llTSTOUI.
SAM WILSON,
B0AT ST0RES' GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, &c.
No. 110
Oliio Xiovoo.
W'AliONS.
The Gamble Wagon
ixiriirjois
MAMTACTniKD IIV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THE BEST and CHEAPEST WAOON MAN.
UFACTHEED.
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Fourth Stroot
Attention, RoUers!
PRIZE EXTRAORDINARY.
GOLD! GOIiD!
S20 00 GOLD
I'o tlie niller nlio malm Hie Ursmt 'inn" of
riji-rin, !lve (.'.) fnime, "lirrfii" lliofe wi.u
n'le ovrr I lu lil iTlii'-tiillliifr.
810 00 GOLD
I'o tlw rnllt r win, nwl.M the lariteil "mn"
"Uortnl llnl" (a pin.), Ilc (.1) frameI.
In
t3-Ito!llMK to tale plitrv at
CLARK'S BOWLING ALLEY,
December 10th and 20th.
Jlntli liriie Id IM-Kltcti Iiy Karnlmker,
llClotlilir, Ul Old.. lA ,f, L'ulrn.
i oit nai.i:.
Tow-Boat For Sale
I 1111. Mili.erlUT fifli'M fur Nile I lie "trull)
'IiiUIii Mern-Wl.tl ISullI, Ike lljlllllllU.
wnin-iiKlne", iu:iclilnery, tarkleit, ipntel and
fiiriilliiiu n ln- now Hi-h ut Cuir", III"
ll.r li hKlh it Hi f,.l, her lirmdlli '.'I fiel. In r
leiilliil fit nnd iui-j4iire4 '.Til ton'1 Mieli.ii 3
IxilU ra .'I f.vl ImiK mul ;m Inch. .1 In Hit It r . t IiIkIi
iii HiireeiiiliiiMwllhe)lliiili'r. l"'j Inclicii In
I lain, h r anil 11 fitt Mkc '.' teeil iuniii IH In
"Iim In iliitiiii lir und 17 inilie Mllt iii.il ull
iii'idun liiprneiiieiitii,iiiid H In " rinptvi
olaiiiii li, tin vtorthy, uml In K""d Hidlliuii for
iiutiutluh. tVirleiintjpply In.
I TiYi.nu,
t'Aiiio, III., NonnU-r3, IM CCll-i-r-ir,
Bjrll'Jlr.lY' tItnMllMlriL MJtlU'iCl Hiiuli .
RWkMt I'tblSfU Thi HlWItfl
MI'NIC NTOIti:,
New Music Store.
BOBBINS'
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAIRO, ILL
Is XTow Open.
PIANOS,
SHEET JH'SIC
Musical Morchnndiflo of nil kinds
at pricca to suit tho timos.
Mns-pi. 11oIj1iIii would atinutinro to
tlieirfrlcliiJaiiilthupuMI('Ketiemlly
that liahiK IxM'tt. n they trust,
favorably Known tliroiiitli
out tlil region ns ileal-irltil'IANOS.OU-(IANS,.Ve..con-
liected with
tlie wliole-ulo
hoti.c nf V. Y.
Klmliall of CIiIciko, for
tlio .it tell yenr, they
li.iv u cotictiiilutl to open a .Mmlc
More 111 Cairo, where tliey will keep
on hnml. nttil lie roiM'antlv In reo-lnt of
cvcrjllilnj; In their line dinlred by their
L'imoiiiers
PIANOS.
Krom the Celebrated inanuf.iclory of
HALLET, DAVIS i CO.,
of l!o.on. A Piano nf world-wide rcputa
non ana con-iucrcii iiy all our noted mil
stel.tra to lie tlio !ct Piano now n..ilo I
the I tilled ?tatef; also, the ery popular
GREAT UNION PIANO
Made In N'cw York, of which we have oli
over 4o) hi .Southern Illinois, givltij,- perfect
iatl.-f;Ktton.
SMITH'S
American Organs.
The lnot lierfeet anil durante ()r?n over
made, there being now cr ili,oiy In inc.
THE
Kimball Orchestral Organ.
A vi-rv fine Inlriiinont. .nl.n.i.'il In IV..
S'lltl MKNTAl. A WK .t.As SA Itl'.ll '
.Ml'SIC, aud hecoiulns more ami more pop- !
mar tery inj.
SHEET MUSIC
A great variety, Merted with ore, ad
aiUpleil to the want of ourcu-toimr, ron
htlni; of all the new ar il popular mmir of
the dav. HO HI VOCAI. AND I.Nslltl'
MKNT'.M.. A Largo Collection ot
Studies & Exercises
FOR THE USE OF SCHOLARS,
tVc would call pcrl il attention U teach
cm to tUIi department of our Mock.
Order solicited, and intldr Hileded
mlt and tent by malt, on nun tenn
an from tari- cltici.
to
TO TEACHERS.
We will furnl-li otirinu.l.- to teacher at
the ll-ilal dlM'Otliit; will "elect mu.!.' for
your M'hol.ir. if you will let in know tin
(Trade and Mjlo dc-lrwl.
Teaclicri etervwliere aro rvpleMed to
fend tl their adiln-, and we will keep
them Informed of the new pulillcatlorii.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
OF
ALL KINDS.
VIOLINS,
GUITARS,
FLUTES,
BANJOS
CLARINETS,
PICOLOS,
FIFES,
DRUMS
CYMBALS BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OF ALL KINDS, FURNLSH.ED
TO ORDER.
ACCOKDGAiXS,
ILVJIMONICAS,
HUSH ilAIU'iS
3I15THOXO.MES,
Tl NIX(1 FORKS.
VIOLLV HOWS,
DOl'DLIi BASES,
TAMB0B1NES.
ALL KINDS OF SMALL OOODS
BOW HAIR,
TAIL PIECES,
noun pegs. FINGER mm
CAPA (T ASTROS,
BRIDGES, SC.
With hundreds of articles In our line. re
ollrtnn too much pacu fur cuiuiieratliin,
MUSIC BOOKS.
, of cvory dencriptlon on hand, or furnUUcd
to o-der.
531
m Mm
INSTRUCTION BOOKS.
l'or all Klndri ol I tit truiiicnts.
All l'lnnoi Kold Iiy im nro warranted Hvo
yearn, and eatlMactlon t;uuraiitii'ii.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
BOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Tld heltiR thn only rcRtilar .Mtulo Store
nearer tliutt St. l.ouU, wu hnpo our fair and
honorable dealing miy tiuluco our frleiuli
to nut ilii u hy a liberal patronage.
Atllrem,
BOBBINS' MUSIC BAZAAR,
Cairo, Illinois.
j
DEALER IN
MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHINGj
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO HAGS, &C,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su-
purb stocks ever offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
SILK HATS
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise lit
can have the measure of their heads taken to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommoi
dations.
A trusty watch for
nignt.
Delmonico
HOTEL and RESTAURANT-
Corner Ohio Levee
n A TT r
HARRY WALEEE, Proprietor.
UL'liN DAY AND UICiUT.
T. B. SULLIVAN,
303H VXjXJXI. I2NT
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A PULL LINE OP ;
TOILET AND FANCY GOODS,
152 Commoroial Avontto, botwoon Ninth and Tonth Stroots, (
Cairo, Illinois. !
Pure Coffee
FRESHLY ROASTED
AND GROUND.
ARTER& STEWART!
113 Commercial Avenuo.
A SPECIALTY! !
PLANTERS
HOTEL
trains and boats day and
and Sixth Streot,
XT T CI
MEALS AT ALL HOURS. l
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