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53" All letters should be addressed to
JOHK II. OI1KUI.T,
President Cairo Itallctln Company.
Renllii(r Mutter on Every I'mce.
JOHN H. OBEItLY, Editor.
Z Tub Bulletin wl-hestoeach and all
of Its readers a Merry Chrlittnas.
Sxivklv, of the Macoupin Enquirer,
whom I'.x-Cjov. l'ahner recently attacked
Is lighting the latter with Ills pen, perse
vcrlngly, II not wisely.
ViCE-I'iiESinuxT Wilson has yielded
tho presidency of the Senate for tho ses
sion, and Senator Carpenter will perform
the duties of that portion.
Hamlin's re-election as United States
senator from Maine, Is not as certain n
that the sun rises and sets. Juil John
Peters, supreme judge ol'.the State, is a
Illinois postonices, during the lat
fiscal year, lsued 131.8S8 moru money
orders than were Issued In any other
btnte of the Union. The amount of
money received on the-e orders was
01),&24.ba an average of nearly $11.50
PiNciinACK'H Jtepubllcan Irlend in the
Senate have turned him the cold shoulder,
nnd there is now no probability that he
will be seated as tho senator from Louis
iana. Ho is enraged tit the manner in
which ho Is treated, and threatens to re
taliate by going homo and "organizing
the Louisiana legislature In the Interest of
the Democracy, mi that n Democratic
senator may be Fcnt to Washington."
I'iiksiiirnt GitANrix about to punMi
Jlr. Aiiilioiiylwln'fur his desertion of
tho JEenubllcan part'. When -Mr. Musing
was a good licpubllcau, Kmll Moech-fch-r,
hU friend, or Chlcairo, was
njipnluti'd Ui the consulship nt
llremcn, Germany. MoecliMer Is
now to no removed. 1 no present eon
Fill at Hritol, Knglimd, will InKo hU
place, and Dr. C.mlMiu, lately ii coiiiml-
floner or tho Illinois penitentiary, will he
sent to Ilrlstol, Kngland.
tiii: i lx.vvt i: mi.i..
On llonilay, nllcr along discussion, the
Sonnto pnse.nl tlu flnuiun bill, the lend
ing features of which are :
1. l-rec banking to be open to all In
dividuals and nitaoclnllons without limita
tion of capital.
-. iveiinng oi nu nmouut ol green
backs ciual to 80 per rent, of the new na
tional notes issued until the greenback
circulation hall bo reduced to $.'100,000,-
000, niter which no further reduction of
greenback h to take place. It Is claimed
Unit by thl provision there will be neither
expansion or contraction of llieeurrrncy,
as about 20 per cent, is now required tis
3. Tho withdrawal and destruction of
fractional currency and tho substitution
of silver coin; this arrangement to go
into effect jw fcoou as practicable, under
tho direction of tho wcretarv of tho
treasury, who Is authorized to umi the
unlus money ior Mijiplylug tllver coin,
and if tills U not sulllclint, to h-H the
requisite amount r ,01lag 0f tho now
terics to obUilu fumls for that purpose.
4. Removing cost for coluae of gold
at tho several mint.
C. Resumption of fpcelo payment to
commence on the Urol day of .lauuary,
1870. The wcretary is authorized to
tho surplus specie in tho treasury, but if
that U not aulllclcnt, to sell bonds In
to obtain gold to pay treasury notes.
tills last provision docs not, like (lie
other, po into Immediate effect. The
leffaMendcr net remains unchanged.
The Mil pased by n vote of thirty-
to fourteen. The Itepublleans
voted solidly In the nllirmatlve;
Scliurz nnd Fenlon, Independents, and
Snulsbury, Democrat, voted with thcin.
Senators Sprague, Tipton and Hamilton,
Independents voted against It. 'I he bill
avoid, entirely, the chief recommenda
tions of the President and secretary of the
treasury, namely, the repeal of the legal
tender act. IU pas'agu by the Hon-'" "
NCGHOES as soldiers.
Incident of the Iteeent VlrUtburK
tVlcksburfi Letter, Derembcr II, to the New
IVIk I II1IVB
It baa frcmtentlv been remarked that
whenever alight takes place between the
whites nnd blacks large numbers oi tne
latter are killed and wounded, wmie
t heir Dtinnnenls CH-atie aimo't un
banned. This was the eae iltiriuir the
Hrooks-Haxter war In Arkana. when in
nun . iiv nt 1' lie luill Hie wild lider,
King white, and a lew ol nn men routed
lint le. limn IUU lld-TOt'i. Kuuuu tmrtv
of them. During the election riots tit
Kufaula.lnAlabama.lt will bu reineni'
Imri'd that several armed iicchk
were killed, while the white men e-caped
with oulva lew s lulll WountH. .More
recently here In Vlckshurg a small army
ixtrm tn sno blacks are met liv not more
tliun i;0 while men. and are forced
to retreat In disorder, Hying In all direc
tion, and leaving from liny to M.viy
or t ie r number dead on tiioiicni. in
nil the lights I have mentioned the ne
groes were not so well armed nlhe
whites, but 1 do not think that their de
feat I" to be attributed tothatcau'enlonc.
I am I horoti'' dv convinced that Ihev have
n natural fear of while men, and then-
'cut battle here has demonstrated that
they are Ignorant of even the lir-l princi
ples of warfare. Vlckshurg Is surround
ed In all direction" by steep clay hills,
which were lortilled during the war.
1'he old breast-works still remain, and
had the negroet been properly led they
could have stationed themselves behind
these and defied the small body of whites
that came to meet tucni. in.-teati ol do
ing this, however, they took up their
stand on low ground, and the more
adroit white, firing from the
dills above, killed them by the
dozen. Mot ol tho lighting took
place at the remherlnu monument, and
near tins snot, wuero uen. iirani re
ceived the sword of n rebel commander,
upward of twenty black men were
killed. They were irecmen, nut did mil
know how to u-e their freedom. Dur
ing the engagement many IntcrosilngMn-
eldents were noted. Among them was
the following: When the largest body
of negroes win seen approaching the city,
Col. Miller, n well-known lawyer, wa
ordered by (he mayor to take command
of a ifiuad of volunteers and go out to
meet them, when lust outvie thecltv
lines, Miller, seeing that the negroe-i hail
stationed tncm-eivch frome (n-taneeni nu
vauce, ordered his men to halt. He then
walked forward alone nnd ticked the lie
crocs whv they came Into the city with
arms in their hand-'. Their comuiandi
a well-known and tlctierate mulatto,
named Owimh, wa about to
reply to this when u hall'-druukcu
negro drew a pittol, and with an oath,
exclaimed. "I'll show yer what wen
come for," at the same time lie leveled
the pMol at .Miller, nnd wn about to Hid
upon hint, when Owens, seeing what he
was doing, ordered him to the rear, anil
swore he would shoot any man who fired
a gun without his order. Miller wa un
able to convince the negroes of the fully
of their course, and a light ensued. Dur
ing the engagement, Owen, who fought
bravely, was set upon by two men. and
would' have been killed had not .Miller
coin'1 to hi" rrcuc. When the light was
over, the colonel took the black com
mander under his personal protection
and brought hlin to a placo of afety. 1
have already stated that, utter a
thorough Investigation, I am of the opin
ion that tho white citiens of Vlcks
hurg weroJlMillcd In resisting the attack
of the negroes. At the same time Iain
asMircd that this could have been done
with but Utile bloodshed. Seores of uu
fortuuatu black men were hliot down
while they were retreating from the ell v.
It must be said to the credit of the white
leaders that they did everything po-slble
to stop this cruel butchery, but they
were unable to restrain their men.
The whites who came in from the
plantations were particularly des
perate and blood-thlr-ty. They
must have known that the Ignorant ne
groes were misguided and misled, hut,
blinded by nassslon, they had no mercy
for them. While tills is true, however, I
must not forget to statu that eery black
man who threw down Ills arms and ask
ed for protection was allowed to go un
harmed', (iov. Ames, In a letter published
III the Kuw Vork Jirraltl, savs that ne-
f4,aM w.n .It. I' , . ,,.. IIIIC
coming from town. Nothing of the kind
'I lie Kutmlily Vote In i'onicrt'HK.
Tho vote In tho Mou-o on .Monday last
on the re'olutlou deelarlug that tho con
dition of the lluanelal affair ol the coun
try demands that there ho no Mibiilles of
money, or hinds, or ol'boniN to iinv mil
road or other private corporation, Mtowcd
ti.ut j.0 uiemliers of tho IIouo wore
brought to inr runrd In opposition to the
luibsldlcs, 75 recorded Un.iii.-lvisiii favor
of sul-ldU'p.:iml US wereabeut oriliidred
tho vote. '1 hOfO voting agaln-t tho reso
lution and in favor of Mihidlcs hailed
from tho following states :
Alabama Cam well, Miiy1, I'elliatn,
Arkait'tii Iloilges, Snyder 'J.
California Houghton 1,
rioildii Walls 1.
(ieorgin lilount. MarrN, Sloan, .Ste
phens, hltelev, l oung tl,
Kentucky Vouiig 1.
I.ouMana Darnill, Morey.Sheldon H.
Marvland I.owniU'8 1.
MlsfcUslmil Ihirne. lehVnr.
.Missouri Couilngo, Havens,
Stanard. Stone. Wi lls C.
.Mateliitsetts Ilutlcr, Williams 2.
.Minnesota A verlll, Stout 2.
Nebraska Croune 1.
Now .iori-oy llulctun 1.
North Carolina I.each, Vance, Wad-
del I ;i.
Xew Vork Cri'atnor, Schell 2.
Oregon Xcsinltli 1.
reunsylvanla lllery, Cessna. Kellcv.
.Moore, Xegley, O'Xeill, Itlchumiul,
South Carolina llansler, Wallace 2.
Tennessee liuller, Crutchlleld, Lewis,
Mavuard, Nuini !.
'rexas-IIaneoek, McLean, Mills, Wil
Virginia Iiowen. Harris. I'latt. Sener.
Smith, Stowell. Thomas, Whitehead 8.
Ncsi irglula liagans, iii'teiorii .'.
WIseonslu-McDIII, lim-li, Sawyer .
Tlio persons who did no! voto on this
mention aro of nu less linnortnuce.
Thcro were ten absent from I'ennsyl-
vanlii, ten from Xew York, six from Mns
saeluiseUs, live from Ohio, and seven
from Illinois. Of tho absentees from Illi
nois, Messrs. Kort anil Karwell had ac
companied tho remains of u colleague to
this city, but why Mcssm. Eden, ICuapp,
llarrere, Hay, nnd Hurlburt did not vote
has yet to bo explained. .Mr. Hurlburt
ma i urn u ins own proposing to give
tO SOtllO eoriuiriltlnn n limur oiil.Vl.t..
of sixty millions of dollars, but this does
not explain why he omitted to otu
iiiillTl II1U lUSUlllllllll,
COIINER SEVENTH ET.
V IIITE & QUEER tnlto pleasure in
calling- tho nttontloti of, the publio to
tuo tact mnt tnoy nro in roooipi or a
lntRO nna woll-assoriou siock or
Staplo and Pancy Dry-Goods
Consisting, In part, ot a mil lino of
Silks, Poplins, Porcalos,
Of every description and Quality.
JIHcnrlitMi and lEro-.vn Mus
lins, R'i'inlH, C'lolllM,
Notions in Great Variety,
Hats, Boots, Shoes, &c.
All nro invited to call and examine
I'Codn mm ciiccD beforo purchaslnic
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
S'imIiiI propili will lie reeehiiliit myoflirc
until .'i n'l Idi'U, i, ill . . of atll ri 1 1 v . l ie n coml
il.iy or.l.inimry, A li. IsTA, for niriiMilin; tliu
liiiilnUU. or iIiiIiik lliv work, or bolli, lor the
eiiiulrui'tiiiii ol'H new itldewiilk on the soutli
riileuf 'llilrlienlh Unit, littuien Winhlnctnii
imnlleiuiil Wnlniit flnrt, umi for the leeon
Hiriicllmi of lliefullnwiiiK deu'rlbud rMewiilks,
On the etirly sldeof l.'onilnrrcial ntemie,
between SlMit'iith mnt e nli-i nlh ttru M, uiul
on the northerly nMo of M linUi ntli Heeet, be
t mit n (.'oiiiinerrlul lUinne nml l'nilr utiei t.
alil Hidewalki to .e roiiktniettil anil leeuii
Mructiil uf uimhI.
Mnlel pmiHiMts us iibow ulllulo W rr
reived for fiiinlrhliiK the malerhil ordolni; the
woil., or holh, tur Hie ciniHtnictlnn of lirlek
ktilewiilk mi the ucMerly nldu of Uoiniiieri'l.it
aientie, lietmi'ii .'ev.'iiteeiitli und MKIileenlli
tieeU. iM proiiiilii hall lie illrlecteil to the
t lly l iitiiielliil the l it' nf Cairn, nml will k;
niK inil ut a iniTtlliK' of kiiI Unincil, In Pe helil
on salil kvomiI ilay iif.luiiimry, A . I) 1S75. All
nronovil uli.ill lie maile In nceinlaiiee with the
proviiiloui,, liiiiiiviiirnts nml irlllojillnin of
ifniiiiiinee ,-o ;n, upiiroviHi .ovemiier i-in, A
Ii. 1-71. wlilcli iinllimnrv is now on llio In my
ofllre, Milijert to exiimlliatlon at liny lime. 'I tic
Lily (Joiiiiril iv-ene Hie rlKlit to n jeel any ami
ull propo-aN. II.!.. K. 1IAWK1.,
Cairo, 111 , Dec. 1 !t li , 1.-71. (.lly I Ink
Is hereby nlcn Hint default h.n lim' been innile
lor mole lli.tn sl.My daja in Hie piyinenl ot n
piiltlmi ofthu iiinmiiit nrllie'l lobe paid by n
eel lain MoilmiKe executed by Jllelinil 'olt to
s.cmik'l .-ui.ih Inylnr nml lMnin l'arvmx, '1'rini
livs ol'lhe I rlro i lly Pinperlv, il.ilel Drtnbrr
ITIli, 1MI, lecimleil In the Keeonler'n Olllce. In
nnd for Alexander eniinly. In the State of 1111
uoU, In IkmiL '.M,,nfileiU, pace PJI.etc, we,
I lie iimlerslKUeil, said Tnutiei, will nn .-atiir-diy,
tlie'.itliihiyof.liimiary, next, A I) IS7.t,ut
lUo'rliiek In the finvnuiin of that day, iiiiileriiml
by virlue ofllie pnner of nale I'liutiilned In Mild
M;".' 'I'J'.l'.'ll'iiVIIillee biiVlTllnr.f
laid lni-li(H, eoriierofWaililiiKtoii Aienue unit
Lijilileeulli stnt-t, bimii'l City of Cairo, in Alex
ander count) nnd Mule iif IIIIiioU, nil tlierUht,
tllleaml luleivst ofmld Mlihael Snott or hlsnn.
l(n, in und to lull iiuntheied A (Ihe) iiihIH
bl) In blork nuiubeuil tij (slnety.two) In the
I'lrat Addllloii In mill city of Cairn, iiceoiillin;
to the recniled plat llineor, with Ihe tiioiurlen
anee, to .sathl'y the pnnm-es and eniiilllloii uf
wild JlorlBiiRC. MA AIM I'AVI.UIt,
Tniitee oflhe Cairo I Itv I'roiieity.
Daleil, Cairo, 111 , Decemlicr llth, Is.l.
Is hereby Klen tlut default liavlnz befn made
fur imiie than tlxty ia)s in the
pi meat of n portion of the amount
tecum! to Ik1 paid by a certain MorlKajte
eveeutdl b) W'llU.iin I'itiiiatrlck to Siinml
Shuts 'laylnr and lidwin l'uriiiin, 'Iriutir nf
the Cairo city Properly, dated Kebruan-7th,
tn, r riled ill the Itceiinler's tllllre, in and
for Ali'Mimler rniint , In the Matenf lllln.iU,
111 Ilonk "P" nf ibiiU.pjire WJ, we.tlie under-
IkiikI, snldTrusliTS, will, on Nilnrlny, Hie
'.'lb day of .I.uiuary nel, A l Itli, nt o
o'clock In the fniviiiioii or that day, umlirniid
hvWittidil the power of Mile contained In mid
.Moitmitre, tell, at Public Miction, to Ihe high
eat Imlder. for null, at the olllen bulldliiK of
aid TniMciM, cornerof Wablii(!tiin .Weniieand
lilKhtikiitli unit, In hild City of Culm. In AI
exaniler county mid Male of lllluoU, ull Hit
riiibt, title and inteiett of hi Id Wllllum i'u
tilck or Ids a Ikh, In ami to lot liiiinbeie I ,1
(lie). In block iiiiiiibeiel 1 (oin) 111 (lie ecuml
Addlllon to itald city of 1'alro, necoriliiiK to Ihe
Howled il.it Iherwif, wllh tho appurtenance,
to atl.fy the purpo'e. and rnndllioii nf mild
Morlgapr S hl'A ATS ''. Yl.OIti
Tnnteciof the (Mnt ( lie l'roiieily.
Datid, Cairo, III , Dcciliibcr llth, 1S7I.
Is lureby tilven that default lmylnjf been mailo
fur inoie than sixty days In the iuyuient of a
portion oftlieiuiiuunt xcuieil lit lie paid by a
ctrlnln MoilKaifc executed by 'ITiomm O'llarato
Huiiut 1 Miuits Taylor mid IMwin Parsons, Trus.
lees oflhe I alro City Property, Ualnl Clrtober
1Mb, iNil, leonuliil In be liivnider'n Olllce, in
and for Alexander county. In the Male of ill
nols, In book M" ofiUiils, paResnn, etc, we,
Ihe iil'dcrlicueil, wild Trustees, will on Satur
day, Ihe utti day of .lanuary next, A I) lS7.1,nt
luo'rlock in tbu foienoonoftliat day, under anil
bv virtue oflhe piiHirnf sale coutiilned In snld
MortKije, sell, ut Public Auction, to the hlirh.
el bliblir, furciuih, ut Ihe olllce building olVaiil
Trustees, corner of uslilnnlon Aiiiimi mid
l.Uhleentli stiwt, in paid I ily nfCairo, In Al
exander counly und M ite ot llllnnU ull ihe
rlirht, title and Inleiv.tor raid '1 honu. O'llara
or Ills bsslisus, 111 uml to let imiubeicil :n iwei.
ty-Mleu), in block niiml ued HI f f t - , n
Hie Pint Addlllon to MinUitt oft alio, itiroiil'
IliK to Ihe lifoliled plat tl.eitof j- I ,o li.
pillleunnces, tosatll Ihe piirHe4 and c mdi.
lion of .aid MorlKafc'e
Trustees of the Calr i ( i) Propcrts
Datisl, Cairo, III , Drcciiil fr U !i IsTI,
I-milt 1'fttkftfri, wliliTrlc 1.1,1, mIU4ln, bar rDl
ri.r.nl C.Uu.l, -Ul...l bar(a. Tin 8u
White & Broert
yy'ILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
llESIDHNCIil So l Tlilrlittilli etrrot, be
tween Wellington nvcmic ami Walnut stm t
OlTIUlii North side of llUhlh strict be
tttrtn tloinincrrlul ni1 WiishlnKloil avenue.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Iti:.II)i:N'Ci:: Comer Ninth ami Walnut
OVVIVK i Corner Jlxlli street anil Ohio I re.
OFFICII IIOUIIS. From Da tn. to Urn., nnd
from " to s li in
, W. DI.AUW,
OFFII l; llnder's llloek, (up-sMlm) , rorner
Klxlilli utmtntid Wmhlufitmiuenuo.
Aiioi'itvy ai liiuv.
OFFICII. Ohio Itee, mer room former!)'
occupied liy r tm .Vlllmial Hunk ,
ULKEY & SON,
AUoi'tieyN ul I.uv.
01'FICi: Klghlh 5trett, lietneen Coimner-
rial nnl Wivlilngtnn avenues,
Sttev I CM.tO, ILLINOIS
Alfoi'iicyw nnd ConiiNt'IorN
OFFICII: Ohio Ie, room) 7 nnd 8 oer
1 it j- Nnlkmul Hunk,
lillUit, V QIIIO ILLINOIS,
.Mlliw t nil
IT.'speelnl nttentlon then to Admiralty and
C D Arter
.1. W Stewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(Sueerstora to I) Arter A Co )
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & StilweU,
Kcop ovcrything pcrtnininp: to
tho lino of Stnplo and Funcy Gro
ceries, Woodonwarc, Vegetables,
wngoiiH, Carts, Pornmbulators,
Swings, Tables, Chairs,
Malaga Grapes, Fruits,
Nuts, Oake's Can
dies, &c, &c
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
Tow-Boat For Sale
'pill': NilHcrlber offers for nle the -.lea n
I I ivinir MerH-Whiel lloat, Ike lluininllt,
Willi I'lncinea, maclilnery, tackles, nppiicl uml
niiiillinu us the now lies at Cairo, 1 1 1 4
i '''.flciiBllils II.' her briiidtlr.M fiet, her
JeiilhSlietuiiil liieusiiie '.TO tons Mie ban 3
uolleraSI Iwj loiiRiindi)liieliei diameter, .'lilirh
iies.tireeniiiieswltlicynder9 17', inglieslu
1 uinileruud Gleet Moke) 2 VI piiiiip, a-. .
-bis lu iliunieter audi" Inches .Iroke aiidull
iiiodein luiproieiiients.auil is In eiery iepect
ttiiuiicli, n;, worthy, ami in good erudition lor
uuvlgutlgh. For turns apply to.
CAiao, ills., KovsuiVtr 3, "l7i WY.n."i-tf,
New Music Store,
1SI8 BAZAR !
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Is ITow Opon.
Musicnl Morchniidlso of nil kinds
nt prices to suit tho times.
Mrr, llobbln, would nmintttirc to
their frii'iulniiiil tbo iuiillcKi'iii'rnlly
Hint Inn III'.' bi'cu ui tlicy tnint,
liMiraMy known tlu-oiicli-out
llil reuinu n dfaP
tin) w liolcunln
house of V. V.
' Kinilmll ol C'IiIchko, for
tint i;ikt ten iir-, llicy
havi) conchnlcil to o'o n Mudc
Store In t'nlrn, where tlivy will keep
on liniiil. ntnl bo nnilnnllv In rceclnt of
oven HiIiil' In their lln ile-lrcd by their
From the Celebrated lrmnufiictor)- of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of Ilo'tnn. A I'liino of woilil-wlile rrmtt.i
Hun anil oulili roil by nil our noted urn-i-IcI.t
to be tho bevt l'luno now iiiikIo in
tliu United Mate; n!o, llio ery popular
GREAT UNION PIANO
Mnile In New York, of which we have will
out 4W In .Southern Illlnoi, giving iierfrct
l lie lnot lierfect anil illimblc Oivan ecr
liiiiuc, tlicru being low MTr,i,0fiJ in use
Kimball Orchostral Organ.
A verv line In-lruniriil. nil.iptnl to IV.
S lltl JlKNTAI, AS W1.I.I. AS n.VCItl;l
.Ml '!(', and bccouiiii tmro and more ioji-
mar i ry u i).
A creat variety, fclcetc l with ere, il
adaiileil to t he wants of our customer, con-
lilins nfnll tlin new n'ul popular lilll-le of
llic nay, uuiii uc.l. a.mi l.-5iui',
A Largo Colloction of
Studies & Exercises
rou the usr. or schoiaes.
We would calWpoclul nt'rution nf teach'
crs to this lU'partmciil of our nock.
Onlcrx solicited, nml mii'le 'elected
suit nnd M'lit h) mall on aino ttrim
as from" luru cities.
W'o will furnWi our mtule to teachcrt nt
tho usual illcoiinf, will select mulc for
your hcbolars, if j on will let us know the
(;railo and mylo desired.
Teachers everywhere nro requeued to
suml u Ihelr address, ami wo will keep
them informed of the new publication..
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
OP ALL KINDS, FURNISIIED
ALL KINDS OP SMALL GOODS
VIOLIN PEGS, FI;,GE" BnBDS
CAPA il' ASTROS,
Willi hundreds nf article, in nur line, re-
piiiiiiU ion iniicii spaco lor eiuuiieriitlon,
(it every description nn hand, or funilubcd
I'or all Kinds oi Ini truiiietls.
All l'lnnoo tolil by us nro warranted live
years, nml tiitlsf.u tlon gimriuilicil.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
SOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
Tills belli" tlio nnlv levuliir .Miiklu Slnrn
nearer tliau St. Louis, wo liopo our Mr mid
lionorilblo ileslliiL' lllsv luiliici! nnr frl'inls
to Mist tin in by ii liberal patl 011030.
ROBBINS MUSIC BAZAR,
KJOha DsSnsi on eefaq w wSm
FURNISIIINO GOODS, MOIIOCCO BAGS, &C,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb stocks over offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
ill HITS A SPEGULTT!
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 tho
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 accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
Oornor Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
EAEEY WALKER, Proprietor.
OPEN DAY AND NIGIIT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
T.' R SULLIVAN,
XJIiJ A.Xs333Tl I3T
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
TOILET AND GOODS,
152 Commoroial Avonuo, botwoon Nintb and Tenth Btroots,
ARTER & STEWART
113 Commorcinl Avonuo.
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