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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
flHI BULLETIN UpuMl.hcdeTrrr morning
(xcnt MoniUjr) In tlielltillttln llullJIng, cor
ker Wellington ktanne ml Twf Iflli Mrwt.
Tbi nou.Mli U lmet to city n1tcrlbcrs lijr
fcl&ful ctttterf tTwfntyFhn tVntt Week,
aonaiBi tlx month, Ml thrr months, 3; one
uxsUi, 1 25.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
rn)Hhl .very "nunwUy morning t 1
txr mnnm, InvuUUy In wlvuntr. Hie foitoSf
Ob tlie WeUy wilt 1 prtualJ l Dili oftlcr, o
thM tulwcrilxni will oliUln H for milccriptlon
tit. of $1 a jmr.
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Cent a line for one montb,
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em! Lutoio.t to tbo publlo aolicltod.
C3A11 letter should be aildrrel to
J01IS n. onuitLY,
I'rcjiMent Culro Unlletin Comjany.
Itra4loa; Jfntter on Ktcry I'iikc
JOHN H. OBERLY, Editor.
I nr. House of Representatives ad
journed yesterday for the holldaya, and
will not meet again until the 5th of Jan.
Hobert Bo.v.nkk paid $23,000 for "Lady
blout," who trotted a third heat at Lex
ington last fall in the unprecedented time
TWEXTV-Fivr: militia companies have
been formed in Illinois, most of them
tluriug the past year. Two of these
companies arc colored.
i ashikoton gosblp in Illinois circles
has it that Shelby .M. Cullom will be the
Republican, and William It. Morrison
the Democratic candidate for governor In
"O ovnicit round and let us slug the
praises of sweet Katie King," warbled the
attendants at the wances of Katie King
They do not sing the praises of sweet
Katie now. They swear at her.
Tiik Radicals In Congess arc almost
unanimously opposed to re-opening the
investigation of the safe-burglary. A
resolution to that effect was voted down
on Monday, nil the Itepubliouiu hut live
voting against it.
Dn. ilKNitr Ciuui, of Philadelphia,
who wrote and published a bunk on
"John and Katie King," lias ordered its
publication to be discontinued and has
bought up every volume he can ilud.
ile rightly thinks that the book would
not bo as Interesting reading as It would
have been If Katie had not been discov
ered to be a real llch and blood woman.
Forty-nine conservative members of
the MIssisslpi Legislature have Issued an
uddrwss to the people of the United Stales,
stating their reasons for dissenting from
the majority In calling on the President
for troops, aud contradicting the
charges of Gov. Ames against the good
name and fame of the people of the State.
"They claim that perfect peace and order
now reigns In Warren county, and that
there has been no violence or bloodshed
there except what was occasioned by a
manly defense of the jeople of Vicks
burg against armed bodlea of men who
were, by the connivance ol the Governor
of the State, marching on that city for
the purpose of bringing about a eonillet
of races," and tittlnn Hint the
"action of the Governor U based on no
evidence whatever. No tesUmony was
taken, and the resolution Killing for
troops was concocted and adopti-d as a
party measure, under the operation or
the previous jpiestlon."
But the Preldeut has answered Gov.
Ames In the nffln native. He has issued
his proclamation, commanding the tur
bulent and disorderly persons of Vieks
burg and Warren county to disperse, and
retire peatcablyto their reapecthe abode
within live days from tbo date of the pro
clamation. As there are now no Insurg
ents in Vick&burg nor Warren eounty,
and the people there nro neither turbu
lent nor disorderly, the proclamation
means nothing and may be set down uUo
m a party measure.
It is announced tliat the President. In
compliance with the reuuest of the .Mis- 'j
ujsiilppl Legislature, will h,no his brocla- i
inntlon calllnp upon Hip rioters nt Vlok-
to iiih.tii' hi uicir numcs wiiiiiii
live ii.iyk. AsiHi'iiuii'iniiiiic mini.ni.
hoeii nt. their homes ever dure Hie ina,i-
thev w 111 no douht laujjh nttliU or
der. 1 1 1 1 io J'rcsiueni wain in hm un
laws respected In 51Islsipil n lie cer
tainty noes ici nun iuirui-i i ne i ci:u i-
tnctllOt ,111'llee to lKC siejis wr nut iuii-
IMntit'iit of every nsasln connected with
the; into inaaerc uiroufju me i uueu
Slates court. Springfield Journal,
Ami what would thp journal nave tin.1
l'rc-ldcnt ilo with Hip colored men who
provoked the "riot" wlio, with Hie
knowledge, If not with the ctuiuiviince ol
Gov. Amci, inarched In force to nttni.
the neonleof thecitv. and ' H tne
had not been rcsWte'i ny tin- em ,
would im.l.iiilitcdly hae added
sncklmr and hnriiinjr ol
the eltv to the wholesale murder
of Its eltl.en? The cnn?ervatlo Mi
inent orihcvholceriuutry!fat settlhur
Into the Uellef that the wlille people oi
Viekshurj; have r)nht a welt in inljrht on
SllttllM.U'S MIMIII. l" "'
I . ill.
'I'ho .Innuarj- uumher of Srrihntr U lint
without a ChrWtmat ilavor containing,
as It docs a v.nnima"s m-ivh
Claike Davl. entltleil, "My Mn
Stapp-Ooaeh." a "f 'hrltina SU"!?eMlon
atid"A CluhtmasSlclKli-ltiilc' the lat
t,.p i,v P. It! SKxiktoii. In HuN number
beclns Dr. ilolland' new eiial. "Tin
Story of SevenoaW with an lllusl ration
hv Sol. Kvllmro. The firt clia uer
nboul Sevenoakx and "How Ml
Itiittiarii-nrtli li.'lk.l'll one of
evening," In the wow I tl'P
ter ".Mr. Ilelcher carrier hii point at
the Tow n .Meeting, and the reader I In
troduced to. Ilni Kenton." The llr-t in-
stallmentof .Major Powrll's aeroimt ol
his daring Upeeiit oftlic Colonido l-here
Riven, with Mrikhu,' IllU'tnilloni by T.
.M oni n and V. I.. .Sheppard; al-o the he
Rlnnhiffofft aerleiof "Old Letter"." writ
ten from London In lliy lime ol U'lllhmi
I V., and now for the llrstthuepiilll.licil.
The prefont lntallinent U accompanied
by an original portrait i-kctch of lingers,
the poet. "TraveU In Sunlli America."
HicoiKMihiffnillcleoflhe ".Monthly." I
elfectlvely Illustrated and IntercMlng.
Ucsldes tlieee contributions we have
"A Houuuet of Japanese Vete.," by
Cliarins A. DoKay; "A Xuw Solution of
nn Old Puzzle," by KrancN Gerry Fair-
Held ; "llazalne's Prison," by Jiaud
ChrMlanl; "Hereditary Foes," by Miss
O.-good, Illustrated by MUs Hallock;
continuations of Saxe Holm's "My
rourmallne," and .lilies Verne's 'Olys1-
tcrious Uland;" ami poems by It. 11.
oddanl, U. C. Sle'dman, .lohu Hay and
In "Tallies of the Time" Dr. Holland
writes about "National Politic.," "Itoom
at the Top" and "nitualUm.' "The
Cabinet'' contains "Tim sublime and the
ltldlculou," "Sahlnl a a Dutchman,"
and other matters. In "Home and Soil
ety" U a timely "Plea lor Handles.
Died, on Friday the 18th, of cerebro
spinal meningitis, Mr. llurrell Little,
cooper. Mr. Little leaves a wife and two
children to mourn his los. They have
our henrtfvlt Hymimthy hi their bereave
The holiday merry-inaklngs were ill'
augurated Friday night, with n "shin
dig" at the fruit hou-e. The participants
had a good time of It, and gave evidence
that ChrMmas was not invented In vain
lliese moon-light nights have put a
quietus to love-kls-Ing at Hie front
gates; and now (lie young men will pa
tronire the barber less frcipiently till tin
dark of the moon, when tbo signs will
again be in the heart, or at the gate
The auction Falu of Cantor's slock of
goods has been tbo exciting business of
Hie week. There was u very good at
tendance, lint eerybody wanted good
cheap, and prices ruled eomparathelv
low. T lie sale clo-eil on Thursday even
wnr public school, under the mau
agemcut of Prof, Kccsee, is getting along
llnely. There are KM pupils hi attend
mice, under three teacher?; and every
ining moves with becoming order am
(OW. ...... .'k ...... .H.1 Hl 1 - . .MLtll'ell
teachers and scholar wive? iiroiuNe ol
the best results.
Marrying will begin next week. We
have already received one Invitation to be
present and are looking out lor
more. Don t be buMiliil, young folks,
but let us know nt once, so that we can
inako the necessary arrangements to end
you forth In the world with our blessing
-II ti i Murray concluded to pummel
one or the young nli., and did it with
out regard to eon'euudices. Jlr. Hale,
senior, thinking that Jim was nsMuulm
a prerogratlvc that properly belonged to
himself, had him arrested and brought
before Require Little, on T'huidav. A
lury tried Hie can' on its merit and lined
him three dollars and cot, amounting
In all to about the price of one of Jim's
-One John Hutehlns wanted a Clirlnt-
mas turkey, and wandered through tin..
woods to supply ills wants; but turkeys
weif scarce. At length he came acro-s
llock belonging to 1. X. Dale, ami
concluded that one of these would do, and
aeti.il accordingly. Dale had lilm ar
rested and brought liefore Inquire Little,
who held lilm In u bond of $."0 to answer
at .court. 'Hie ball was given, and the
prisoner went lorlli to ponder at lelsun
on iiiu i iiscri la mu wavs. oi rrov i i-nn.
anil the law expounders. How tun.
Tli Itiiml In lleallli.
( leauso thn htoiniieii. ontt'cls mnl
moon innii all the acrid, corrupt and of
Icn-lvo accumulations which produce
functional derangement, and you remove
nn; i.-iiuu oi iiuiisi diseases wnien atlllel
the human family, and thus save, laririi
doctors' bilU. Tim iiiotiil'eclual aud re
liable remedy lor this purpose is louud In
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative. Pellets.
No cheap wood or paper boxes, hut kept
iruxii ami rename in vials
Illidl livers, thosit IiiiIiiIl'Iiil' In ease
ami pleasure, and those of sodenlary hab-
"t, can prevent Hulls, t'arbunehs, Gout,
okiii, I'.rupiioiiR, l-impies, l iililln..
Hon, Piles, Drowsiness, Ulllloiisncss, and
other conditions Induced by Midi liahils,
by takl.ig from four to six of Dr. Pierce's
J learnt Purgative Pellebt once a week,
or, belter Mill, one or two each nluht.
1 ,i'.;.ir,,) t"',(1 ,')' ll dealers lu inedleines.
YNCH LAW IN KANSAS.
ow an Innocent Man was Hunn
by a Mob.
(I.i-.nniwnrtll ('onr.(Hi'lenrc nf Dm t'inrln-
Manvol'tl Idost cltl.oiH of Illinois.
will reiueinhcr 'JJioueH I'ord, one ol' the
old lawyer of that stale, who was eleejcd
jrovernor pome time hack In the "forth"."
UOV. I'Onl Virts recKOUMIotie ol II 1)1!'
men of the stale, nlhell he was iiueieU
hii overweening lundc-ty dial retarded
i advancement and Kent him iinnr.
When he died In- let! a unmlicr ol ehlhl
ren and no iii-oimtIv, cxecptinf a history
HII., I.. .......... I l'l.l I....'.
lames Shields, a Ibriner I'lilted States
II. l-, III lllllllll- I II. I. I 111.
enator Irom ItliuoU, now u resident of
Missouri, had imMMied, niid Hie mil-
Cecils were diCliled anion'' the children.
1'he elilldreil were adopted bv dllleix-nt
cillens, tlie youngest, Thnuuis with
Whom we hate to do in thl sketch, be
ing adopted by the late Hon. Thomas '
.Moore, of Peoria, III., and usmuiuiI that
gentleman s name.
Tom Mooie. he was (tilled, like that
oilier Tom Moorcjiadnrari'mhid. lie was
fnnd ol Itoelry, Niak'peare especially,
and eagerly deoured hilory, tliivels, r'o
mancrs, or'anytlilng thai emuc In his way.
.Mr. .Moore waar uiai imieqiuie weauny,
though verv plain and unostentatious.
He resided iii the country near Peoria,
and Tom grew lip hardy of limb, and
with a -trong mental nature. There
was about him a liberal i .ireles-nes
which, wlille Isiokening lulure inl'for
tune for lilmell", was ii"i dl-pleallig to
his Iriendi and companion-.
Tom crM'd In tlie l.'liith Illinois infan
try, and there made iiinnv Itiemls and
was accounted a good .oldler. Upon ids
return he entered the artillery service,
and did good duty there for a year.
Then he returned to Peoria, and tor a
short time was engaged in writing squib
for Tit 'I'riitinrrlj't, the leading pup' r in
lu thf fill of IS7I. voting iv.nl or
Moore (he alwaj s wrote hi- name
Thomas Ford Moore) Iweame dl-ad-ilcd
with Peoria, and dcteiiiiiniil to go to
the fur wel to ii'k hi- (orluiie. Ills
older brother was somen here in the vi
cinity of Wachila. Kan., an ) tlihlier
Tom halted his course, mid arrived lu
due time. For a number of inoii.h- Tom
and hi-brother wandered up aud down
Hie nlaliis of Kansa. now lolniii'' a
huuting party for the west, now lielplug
to bring huge droves of Texas cattle
from the iouth. .Sometimes he was In
company with hl brother, at other limes
no went alone. 'I he wild, lice lile was
wi ll suited to his nature, mid he passed a
plea-ant time, but did not appear to be
amassing a fortune very rapidly.
At tin ttlmi i.vpltf Ulii.nt U'iig rtttmtiwr
unusually high In regard to horse-PleaF-lug.
As our readers well know, new
countries stiller more from this crime than
the more settled portions, and lu the
spring and Milliliter of there had
been many depredations in southern
It was near the close of a beautiful da,-
In July that yimnir Ford for the llrt
time approached Nate Creek ranch, slt-
uaieci in sunnier county, near the town
lit t'.lliHvi.l 11.. I.n.l ....tl ...1 ..11 .1...
v. ........ . . V. II. Ill I. .III. VII 111! II. I,.
coming from tlie southeast, ami looked
torwanl w ith joyful anticipations to tlie
rcit and food he should obtain at tlie
ranch, previous to mi JiIiil'oii to Caldwell.
six miles further, whither he was bound.
Just before reaching tlie ranch he became
cognizant oi tlie lact that two men were
lollowimr him. but be had a revolver,
and supposing if tlie men interfered with
mm it would be lor tlie purpo-c ol rob
ucry, ne nan no tears oi mem.
1 le soon arrived at the ranch, where he
relre-hed himself witli meat and ilrlnk
lor hull' an hour, and then started for
Caldwell. Ills Jouiuev lay throu'di
woods of scattered trees alid abundant
brush. He had gone scarcely a mile
when three men suddenly sprang upon
him from a hazel cop-c. So sudden
wa-. the attack that lie had no time to
draw a weapon, no time to make any de
Tlie three men were uulekl y Joined bv
three others, ami tlie leader lulormcd
their captive that lie was exceedingly
nappy to nave suceceilcil lu capturing
him so easily, "hor," said lie, "we
have been walchlngyou lor several bourn
pat." Tom Inquired for what they had
arrested him. At lirst ho could get no
.atl-faetlon. but at length he was in
Itirmed that he was arrested lor horse
The horror of his situation then fori
INt'lfiipou Hie young man. He realized
'that lie was In the hands of a mob who
knew no law but that, ol Judge Lvnch
inwhoie court they were Jurors, Judge,
witnesses, attorneys, and executioners
1 hough a thoii-aiid times innocent, hi
knew he would die If he could not lullv
convince these men of his Innocence. II
knew that some ol the lmtdc-t and iiio-t
active ol theo vigilantes were the real
liur-e-llileves, who would not he-ltate to
hang an nnoccnt man to d vert siniiIi
Ion from their gijlltv.. ''l'"
I,.,,.,,,. iv .i.. .icsi'it party were ol that
number ne womii ceriainiv per -n
Thev a-ked lilm Ids name, and lie told
IhemT'homas Moore, and then Informed
llieiii that he was the sou oi Thouia
! oid, lormcr governor ol Illinois. "How
can your name be Moore, then." said the
leader, "If you are the son of a governor
named Wr" The young man, amid
ine snout oi deri-iou that followed, at
tempted to explain, lie was dra'wd
nioog. "Binii up your cacKic, says a
burly riilllau, striking lilm hi tlie face
With Ills Hit.
A rope was here brought Into view,
"lake lilm to yonder tree." said llm
"My (iod! gentlemen," protested the
unfortunate voiilh. "nro von I'olnir in
nang me upon bare suspicion? Ilelore
iioiu inn innocent ol crime, and It you
win gnc me nine ami opportunity, 1 can
'We have ail tlie proof we want," said
the leader. "II you vegot any prayers to
ru.i . iii.iki' uiriii "win., lor we nave so
many of you tellows to attend to that we
mi yen t much lime to give each of you.
-in nou s i n c. men. is iin.ru nn
cuaiieo lor nii'Y .Mil, I (. MLc a i ol'
lor nothing'? Give me some chance for mv
life, and if you will take U, don't murder
inn lu such a inwardly manner."
am Were the words of the noor linv'
They attempted to bind him, but with all
me young sircugin oi a well-built frame
luleii-llled and augmented by despera
tion, he threw Iheiu oil. Ai.-ilo I
again they threw theui-eives upon lilm.
ii in mi iii-spaii- no iiurieu niem irom
i.. i.i . .1 . ... ... . ...
nun. inn wnai niut ne the remiltot this
nnaicouiii be the only re-ultV They
were six to one. He was cxh.-uisii-il. m-..i-.
powereii, uirow u i iiwii. am i u mmU
lu-tiiir ,..iu.-.t I'..-1. ... .. I .
inn m i s i-iin-iy nun ii . i iil 'II n mnn
. ""r- i-"... i i'n i nn-nn iv in iiuue, nun
Hie other end placed about Ids neck, he
was asked if lie had any confession to
"No." said ho. "mi' -l,l..r ..,.,....i..n....
Ill tills moment of u'v .1. ... 1 1 . I. .,... i ... '
Innocent. I never stole a Inn..; I
never lu l i s iieli.lilirii'i.nii.i l.-.r. v-
douht my stories. I have letters' Iim iv
pocket to iiriiMi that I am who I s.u-S
I' or (iod's snk... Inot . ii...... u
"We'll hang you iht and look at y..r
letters allerwird," shouted one of 11,1.
rillllaus. "I'ii 1 uwav. bni j. ni.n i.iHj ... .
away with this binluesv."- h
uii, give lilm a minute to pray." said
leader. "Ih-re. vniinn ......
may have two minutes to lira i" In' "lint
make 'em short."
The, rone v:w i n...
doomed .boy fell upon his knVes,.i ...
gaged In silent prayer. Who can 'say
What agonizing utterances that prayer
contained? Who knows but the record
ing angel, wllh one stroke of Ids pen,
there balanced poor Tom's, aceoinil wllh
The two minutes over, the cruel hands
at the other end nf tlie rope pulled It
taut, and with another Jerk the poor In
nocent youth was dangling between
heaven ami earth. For a moment he
hung qulelly, and then began thiue terri
ble contortions that alleiid those who ae
slowly strangled in death. A few mo
ments and Ihcilark tiMicactliill was done.
i no spirit of Tom .Mooiv, with all Us
wealth oi'love ami Muilnc". all Its gen
erosity of soul. Its genius and talent, Us
aspirations, holies, Joys, fears and sor
rows had How ii, and theblaekeiieilcori-e
lying then, beneath the tue was all that
was left of the youngest and favorite son
of the governor'of Illinois.
Alter lie Was dead, Hie men examined
his poekets, and found letters and papers
proving Ids Identity, ami also prmlngliN
innocence. The villains had literally
hung their man Hint aud heard hkili
rciisu afterward. One ol' them expressed
the I'ear (hat thev had Iss'll engaged hi a
bad mob. Tlie i'.icts ol' the murder came
out, nearlv or quite is.'ihoveilet.llleil,imd
occasloiui'l no little feeling ill the lcln
V l Alter
.1. W Mewrt
ARTER & STEWART.
(Snrci nor lu II MUr ft C )
No, 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Keen CVCrvtlllnr' nortnininr' to
tho lino of Stnplo and Fancy Gro-
uuneM, woouenwarc, vcgctnuiCH,
Fruits, &c, &c.
WngonH, Carts, Porambulntors
Swings, Tablos, Chairs,
Malaga Grapes, Fruits
Nuts, Oake's Can
dies, &c., &c,
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! !
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Vh'ili.u1u :iiii Ititull HdiKrrt in
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIKO, ILLS, and COLUMBUS, KY.
CAIRO OFFICE i
At Hulen & Wilson's, Corner Twolfth St
sim uniu 1.QVCU.
Wl! wilt inn an Ire vmron tlimiislmut tlio
hUUflll. ihllliTlii i.ur.. I..L.. I.... I.. ......
'."'in T "1!" 'i'V h'wmt niurkit price, un'l
wl I uUofuinl.il iuirn-ieii.lt ouutdi. Ilieclly with
- i "v unv hi i a i iiiiiti. imrivmi it kiiViintki
kluimient to unv IUtanu-,
Tow-Boat For S?alG
rill; NibsdlUr ofliij for sale llif Steam
Tmwuir .m..iu.u-i....i i i .. n...
Rif.l.i!'.,.,K'"l',,,i """I'liij-ry. iiu'kl'eii, imitluiu
nirnln re u Aw noiv lliv. nt tiiliu, III,
lor h iil'IIi u 1 1 1 r..t i...H i .in. .ii
i. . .. . v . . ...ii..ii nn wiiii - ii i-i, hit
te Ui 5 fil l ail;! iukuii,,., . She hin :
i'ilirVllis' liuriiiiii:mliirlieilliilli(tir. 3
.r.iiiv eiiKliu-, eyllii.leM ITJ4 in. lie til
t iiliiiteruiiiliiKvtMi.l.ei s ,1 inuiii,, ii ',"'
.' ' , iiiiuin irr um 17 uclien allnU anil nil
mMKuilgh. for tin, Vu , n? to. """" lur
IlU-i .VuH'luber3, UJi.' 'iW-jf.'li-tf,
Mt'NK' SHI III!.
New Music Store.
MUSI8 BAZAR !
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Is XTow Open. I
Muaicnl Morchnndiao of till ktntlti
ntpricoH to Hitit the tliaoJi.
M("sr. IIuIiIiIih would niir.oinii'e to
I luir friends and the publii grue rally
that lmvlus In. a as tliey trul,
fiMiraldy kiinwn tliuninli
out lh'l re 'ion ti dcsl
house of W. W.
Kimball of Chicago, lor
tlio p.it ten years, Ihev
h.ivo cnnchidcil to open a Miilo
Htorc In Cairo, whe rc they w III keep
on Imnd, and be conMnutlv hi rrcclnt of
ecr)tlilnif In their line desired by their
From the Celebrated manufactory of
HALLET, DAVIS &c CO.,
of Motion, A Piano nfwnrld-wlilo rrpul.v
una aim roiisiucn-u nv nil our nolnl lull
lcl3s to lie the bct Piano now made In
tlie liilleil fctates; also, Hie very piiul.ir
GREAT UNION PIANO
Jliule hi New York, or which wo luivii sol.l
er 4no Iii Southerii Illinois, ghlng perfect
The mot tierfcct mid duratilc Orcan ever
made, tnere being uow'cutGVXK) in use.
Kimball Orchestral Organ.
A very fine In-triiiiicnt. adapted to IN.
.STItl'MKNTAJ. AS WKI.I.AS SAlitlU)
.Ml sj II', anil bccoiiilug more and more pop
ular ctcry u ij.
A great variety, selected with eirc. n'nl
adapted to the wants of our ciiMnmrrK. ron.
slsting of nil tlio new and popular nuiilc of
the day, IK) I'll VOUAI. AND INsilKU-
A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
FOR THE USE OF SCHOLARS.
We would eall special attention of teach
ers io nn uepartmcni oi our stock-.
Oiders solicited, and mii"Ic selected
suit and sent by mail on sauiu terms
as from larju cities.
Vt'e will furnMi nur music to teacher
the usual discount: ill select music
your scholars. If you will let us kuow the
L-railo and sljlo desired.
leathers e Cry where are rciiuested to
semi us their address, and wo will Keep
niem uiiormeu oi me new publications.
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
CAPA d' ASTROS,
Willi hundreds of articles In nur Htm. r...
iiuiiiiiti iiiu niiieii njiace lor ciiiuiicrniiou,
Of eory deaerlptlon on liaml, or funilnlicd
in oriici ,
For all Kinds of Instruments.
All Pianos sold Ii
1 lie u are wni Muted Uvo
PIANOS OR ORGANS
BOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Till belllir tlio Olllv reLMllir Almln Slum
ncuror than ht. ,oul, wo liopo our ndr and
honorable Ucalln m .y induce our frknd
to ntslilii us hy a Hijcrai iiatroiuujc.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
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MEN'S AND BOY'S
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO DAGS, &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 A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
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.
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EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
EAEEY WALKER, Proprietor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
T. B. SULLIVAN,
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
TOILET AND FASTCY GOODS,
1C2 Commoroinl Avenue, botwoon Ninth and Tonth Stroots,
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