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OHnfTftlF.4.
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Arttr
J W Mrunft
ARTER & STEWART.
(iirctvprK In l Allrr A I'o
GROCERS
Commission Merchants
No, 113 Commorelnl Avonuo, I
I
cAino, ILLS. I
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
GROCERS!
Kcon ovorvtlnnK n
lertaining to
Iho lino of Ktnnlo and Fnnov
oro'
;orlos, Woodonwnro, Vogotnblos,
Pruft?, tic, Sea.
Bass and Injyrubor
BAWLS ihovs.
HARMONEKAZE,
Fisciioing Tacclo.
Agget and Opal
MARBELLS,
Belle and Iurn boimdc
Roaling Whoops
Fur IJoizo nncl Onrlz.
Jumping Roaps,
Venllosoipead.s,
Krowkay Ceis,
CHEEPE.
A Horso for Salo.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET j
CAIRO ILL.
VAititrrv Mioiti:.
Wow-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RKTA1L.
I
VARIETY STOCK
IN TIIE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Closo.
Uornar I Oth St. and CoxntuerclM AV
0AIK0. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
MINT .tMI OII.H.
B. F. PARKER,
Diatir lu
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVull Paper, Window Gloss, Win
aow cnnacH, acu.
Alwuja u Hie idrliralnl IIIiiiiiImIIiii:
AlIItOHA Oil,.
Bvomm'
C0IU61' Ulu Villi til
81
truot and Wtmlilnw
tou Avonuo
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Sr. O. XXX7-E3Xj.
FKOFKIETOB.
IIMNDKR AND ULANK HOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletlu Buildinir, Comer Twulttll Blraat
MP'1
ana waahlnirton Avuune,
Oall'O, XlliuoiM.
iJ-CounlT mid ttlliou1 WoiV ijiecUlly,
mm
VOL. 7.
i.iui'oii iu:ii,i:iin.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wl i tMatf nut mio'l lKo!t In
Foreign aud Domestic
LIQUORS
u or ii.i- ki.im.
No. 60 Ohio Lcvce,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Mt-ltf. SM Til A CO lur. "'"Ir
u law 1K or llic l-l i:wl' ' )' liwr-k.-t,
ami i(UriiUI ntttlitloti lull "liuliwiU
ranch ul lli litnlurn
hi:,
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
' IM. ' )i .Id
;.PURE LAKE ICE
Cniro nnd Kankakeo, III.
cAiRo"orriCE
At Hiilen &Wllsou'ii, Corner TwrlllU Bt.
and Ulilo J-cvitr.
I will tun bit I.e tvstnin tliionzh'mt tl.-t-fa,pn,
iMliinnir j.tiii; lull- Ir-c in any
I u: 1 1 of the rily at tli lour it liurltt .ti. nr.'l
n III ul. ilnrni.li inv friin. ouKl'li tlinrltv wllli
ci- 't i-nVg or nir hurt, )urk"d In MiwIiMt
ir fi Vnt'iit to nnv Unlaw-.
IIOTKI.S.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL
.. Nli-.
SALOON,
COMMERCIAL AVENUK
Corner Eiftlxtli Street,
WM. WKTZKI.. Proprietor.
A
li:r-T ttjii-l, upt mylil ami Jjy fr
lluili- r.l.l .OjmW.il-
ll.f l-l if HrniilililiHl.tli'jIII fur tnill.llllt
gin-l. ul ln l..IUi ! rUv II
WM.;T. BEERWART,
I iv'-.r IM-
! STOVES,
TINWARE
HOLLOW-WABE, &c.
Manur.icluicrof
Tin, Shcot-lron, & Coppor Ware
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
rilOMPTLV ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Bet. ComtneicUl and WunhiiiKtou Avff.
"A ftittsltiiry ot riililn. I'liiisnrn
mul Instruction,"
HARPERi" BAZAR.
ii.i,f.sin.vii:i.
.soTiciift or ikk i iaiss.
'I'Iij ll.tr.irl clited with eoiitiihutloii
ol t ic' and t blent that wenldmn iiml Iniiny
Joiirmi", mul thuJniirnM I -- f I iho or.'Mi
ol the ureal world nf lindiiun, llorton Tuv
(It. 'I'lie Uiit coniimiiidlt'cll to every Intnl.
her ef the hoil'iliulil to ihu cliildreii by
iimti mul iiivtiv nic'iiii. to tbo ituins !
tiler bv Hi- ladiiou pUtci. hi cnllci variety,
to ttm'i iiivldcnt million by !( patten c fur
tlie elillorcn'ii el fe, to patcitinnilhii. by
I It- tiiVclul de.'li,''! (on liiulolileietihlllieri
ail I I'lxilliolH ill" l'r! Kowii. , Hut the
icinlii i; nintter ol Hi" i.nzar tnuuiinnuiy oi
srrcal I'M-i'lli'iU'f. The pMiirliis ni'iUlred
a wide popnhritv lor th Hi i rlde enjoy incut
It iii!tiid .V Y. livening I'o-t.
n:itM- i
llmper'n lUr.ir, one year.. till
l'tuir ilolhn fuclii'lrc iitepajiuciit ol U.
,S. tinM:i!tu bv tlm illlililli'l3.
J..i.u.: t..i i... ... ii. i.nr i Inn
.Tlllio-ll'lCJI f lu Illlllll n ,M..fc. i
Wei l. e. t
bint Ititiar, to one ttuili t,'js tnl'Oiio
your, V'U Ud ; or two ol' llurpci's rei'loill-
;d, f ono iidijless fur
one yen-, $7 00; J
niiklJL'o lice.
An exlru eupy of elth r tlm M ilii(',
Weekly, or lliiyiir will lie Miipllcd (tratU
fur every ehlb nl live miIimtIIivi ut IX)
e:tcl). hi inic reuilllniu'd ; or, rl cojiIl'S for
$M il l w Itliniit uxira eupy ; jio.tni'o ircn,
U.K-h iiiiuilier in n l upilnl At tiny
lline.
Tlm Hcveii miIiiuk uf II irpci'. ll.uar, for
Ibe (Mi l-iw, V.i, 'Til, 'Tl, ;, 'VJ, 'U, ele.
uiuiily Imiiml In urecii muroiio ilntli, will
loi 'out by exp ef, friljflit ivp.ihi, fur
T ("i eucli.
j3r.Nowpttiier mo mil lo copy tliU ud
vcrtl-cniciil without tin1 eNpicn nider nf
JliinuT llfiiilicri.
Addle s IIAItfi:iliV IlltO I'll CltH, N. Y
ki BHIIHIBbMrB 1
B IVIHHHvVvvHv
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CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THTRSDAY.
mt bulletin.
NATIONAL POLITICS.
Ml) II AT HALSTKAD ON THE TH1HD
TERM AND THE PROSPECTIVE
PUE6IDENTIAL CANDIDATES.
lliM Vllt ll ill' Ohhi 'l lilir l.i'il
hi" I'ri'Hh'i.i'., .
II'diii llir Nt w Vmk mt, .Muy I. J
Mr. Mtir.it I l;il-li.;nl luvliiv :iiih ,iii-iI
ill tOWII IIIIKHI till1 llllll'lli'llllcllt utrl'J
at tin' Sfliur. lMiiiii(.'t in Tin-liny frn
Injr, we vi-Mi'iiJ.iy "'lit ii totlwlirvviurt
Mout, wherf .Mr. IhiNH'.nl i(iuii!t lux
urloiu (jimrtfi,, with 11 k'W i)r,iici'itiilu
I tiir liN vk'ii upon tlic lin-'-iit trin; In-wnrihni-
of Aincrlcaii politic, ami -.-;:iy
tho-c id tin- Sluti- of Olilo ami
ot thi rnltttl Stati-. .Mr. IJ:iI-tsnl wu
tutind to .; miiiMi.ill.v I'oiniiiiinli'iitlvi'.
perhap-lj"aiM' hl nMi' ami protra'-t.-il
spii-i;li, u liir h wa proiiMiuic'i-'l f.vl'fiipo-r.tncoii-ly.
Ma- nportfil inidnllit,
Ikii tin' ivportci'i wri'i' not in u .'nili
tlon toilo it n-ti(". Ills iiitt rvit.'U with
f-iir ft piwnialtvo. which wo puhlMi Ir'
low, will ri'W.'inl tin' ,ccki'i'. nf ll'hi to
an iiti'-oiiinion iliyni'.
Kiportcr Siippov tilt' Ki'ptihliuin
tonvfiition should coini! out Hilly
n"nin-t tin; thlnl term, woiihl that chanx)
tin' (-(f "f
Mr. HaMoail It uottM -t rciillir-n
th" p.trty ilfridnlly. though I would
not .-.iv "It would ;;ivo a--tiraiu': of vlu-
lorv.
llt-portt r Mippo-i (i.-ii. Hratit
writ'.- :i h'tttT rt'iiu'iiM-luu' I In" third
what would lie tltf i il'fi'i of lhat ':
.Mr. llaMi-ad It would h.it;t!i
lavornltlociloiit. It would take III
IioiiM
t- riu.
' -ttic
thlrd-
tonu iiiiition out ol tlif wav: it
woiilri
df.-troy tin-hi'' plank upon which Old
Hill Alk'ii InP'iid- to walk Into n lu-eltr-tion
aud pt-rhap- to th' 1'rf.iilfucv :
hut (it-ii. (ii'.int will not do no -tt-li
tiling.
l.'i'PDi tcr-r.iit -tippo-i' hi- ino-t lull
ni.itc pally i'ri'inl-. liku Sfiiator 1 "n-IIiir-liuy.-.'ii.
'iiator oukliu', Matt t'arx.i
tT, 1 5-'i llullir. ai'tl I'.iron Newman,
-iioiild in-l-t iiputi hi- in ikin' -m li a re
uuiit'iatiou '
Mr. Hal-teail Mill he uouM not doit;
they will prohihli' not iiM-t nnou it. Ic-eaii-e
they art all .n'r.iltl ol' him. They
It.tve ilaii'Teil him until they heiu theiii
elc. to h-'lli'Ve he i- alaritilii,'. If they
did pliii'k up ttoiir.i'' to put the ijiie--lion.
I think In; would relti-e to irhe to
them u .iti-t'.ietory an-wer. Mi- jio-ition
U unite clear.
Musi ni'iMON f! iu-itx sini:Niiiii.
l.'eporter Hoe- (itn. Crant think lie
ha-any polithal tn-iith yet in the
(oiintrv:
Mr. flal-teatl He ha no douht of it.
It i- liN Jud'uient lhat ail tin; dl-a-ter-lh.it
have overtaken the Kenuhlioan pally
li.'Ue happened heeau-c llie party have
not ien -noh attention to hi- dlivetlon
n woultl In- Ikh'oiiiIii in hi- Mihonll
nate; lie think it U a lack of .li-eiiitlue
In the political army that he cniiiiii.nitW.
You know hi- part 1- hi iirmv ami hl-i
Cabinet li hi--tall'.
Keiiorter lie think they have not
-IikmI dv lihn cniili-ienlh ;
Mr. J!iiMead Thai I- no doiiht the
trotihle with tlie parly Irom a V'hite
lloll-e point Ot View, lie lloltl- the came
iloetiiue now ili.it he did four year- a'.i
that III aeet p'.anee i.l' Ihe rre-ideliey
wm u -.ifriil.i'; tin) h i- th.- only mm
who call h' eVetcd liy ill' l.'eiulilie.lll
part to tlii' olll. e ; ih i'i il' he N not ineni
nite'l l.ii' a third term ill" l,.ium r.tile
i ainliilate will a-a III lUi-r ol'eiilli-e It
e'e ted. aial lie l'n - II pit tllyitUI- -eli-e
ol t'titv to taud I'V lit urn v.
I.'cporler 'I'll:!' I- l.lllli'l -alirie.tl. Ml.
ll.ll-te.K1.
Mr. I laN'. a I 1 1 the e.iiiir,ir. he ei
t'i"l mean-ii. Ih-i-certain lliat it' lie
I not numliialfd ill, heinoer.tt will
-weep the whole eiiimtiy. and If he i
iinniinateil the power ot hi- name will
njralu l! tclt tlii'oiijdioiit the land that
he will i-.irr the eoiiulry ajrain. lie I
tiiille a- coniltleiit of II a- he wai of helnsr
i leeted for tin; .-eeoinl term, tunj would
If he were nominated enter the emnlii
i-.inip;. lirn Willi the rauie a-iii-auee lhat
lie took the Held aifalu-t (ireeley. Ami I
am not Mire tail hi eoiuplaeeiiey in hold
into that opinion i having nine iuihi
ei.ee upon tho-e who art; ,-ihuilt lliiil. lie
ha had s u i 1 1 a run ot rood fortuiie lu I lie
lat fourteen year- that notliliiv wtiii to
him impoilile. lie h-lleve ill hi Har.
IJeporier Do yon think it im.-ihle for
Jr.int Iti he elected fur th" third term
Mr. II il-l.-ad No : I think It initio
ble. ill rn.xn.
lleporter I o you lltink u po title lor
him to lie nominated It) any llepuliliciu
National (.'onveiitlnu ?'
Mr. llat-tcatl- I tlihil. thai if he .-Ijoiild
I'timmaiid hi delegation to come up
fitiiii the fioutli, a he i expected lo do.
o a to make a i-tronir how lu th" Con
vention, iiml o that, with the altl of tin
Northern olliceholder, there ihould be u
rlull. n(flnt In Iti.mlh itn i in tint f .ill.
.-tri'iiu- elfort to iiomin.ile him. the on
ventitui would break uji. Ilepubllonii
liup:itlcucc mid lu.ithoraiii.ilion under
the Ui-.int Adiniul-dratlou will b tliat
time be uncontrollable. There will not
Ik; n delegate from Ohio hi favor of him
for ;i third term underniiy elreunit:inee.
Then is not a i-ehool dNrict in the Hutu
wlicie you eouM iiml three itepiiblleaiib
for it. They thiul; when ho has had us
much a" Vahhu;toii. .lelfeivon, or .lack-.-mi,
mid that at douhie their .;il.ulc. for
the part four yeai, it may bo lalrly .'tit
led that lie ha-, been rca.-onahly eonilien
atetl for hii IlluMrious military N'rvlte.-.
Uepnrler Vliai are all the Independ
ent voters fjoltm to do about this thin'r
.Mr. Ilnl-tcad The phra-o "indepuiid.
nit voter." U not mint' ; that wa.s e.i)e
chilly uctl at the S'Iiiiiy tliniier bv lr.
( hurles I'rauci Adaui..Ir. Ihe "Inde- 1
pendent voter.'." however, think then
mav he a chance to do omuthliij;, Thry
tliink lliai the Democratic parly will m-
into uii-chit'f next winter with their Cou- '
,1,'i'e-s: that the i.ty Confctlerale otllccrh
who are in llie next Housii will to a re:it i
extent control that body, lu which there
will be a plentiful lack of competent load
ci; thai there will lie an Introduction ol
ichel war claims a movement looking to
pcmdoiiliig it he! soldiers, mid poihlv to- '
warn compcii-anon mr Miivec, ino wnoii;
to bis hacked I if a tremendous inilatlon ;
that Senator KatouV .Stale Ihijj will lm
thrown lo Iho breeze In the "roveral miv
H'clgn Slater, each iicllii; for ll.elf In lis
own rapacity," mid tome of Iheni think
in order to check nil this it would he u
tfood tiiiin for tlie Clueliuiiitl Convention
l-o to speak) to meet aiin anil do what
Il did not do llireo yeai's npro. Whalevrr
muy he Mild in iti-pariiemcut ot the Cin
cinnati Convention, it mlht have named
tlie I'l'i'Milcuf. Tlic hotter clement that
cmiipouHl it muy do ne.l year thai which
wu left undone, tlimi veaf n'o.
i:epoitei Vliiit U tliis v
WHAT Mltllir IUVU IlKtJN,
Hv, llidslead Tluvn visu-s ayo, if the
Cineiiiinill CoiiM'iilloli had liomili.iliil
Charle. TraneN Adam, he would In nil
lll'oll.lliilllv have been eleeietl. He fi -talnlv
wofild liaxe fiirried llm .State m
Oltlo'bv Mm) uiajoiltv : mul H loc (
eeiii Irrational to think ul enlliny the
liberal ami iiidepeudeiit element of the
couutrv together about ii year limn thi
dale and iniinlnatlnt' Charle, t-ranci-Adam.
'IMie Deiuoeralle party will he
Millkieiillv in ilil.-clikl by thai time I,,
have teriilled the eininti'V nl tin: pro-iu t i
of It coming Into eoinplelc power. J'tie
Kcpublleaii parlv, there I a likelihood,
will haw- liccn -o tliotoiihly whipped
and ikinorall.etl that It will be jilwl to
take hold ol uny elianee to keep the De
mocracy from the occupancy and pm.
-oloii of the w hole niition. In thi eit.e
the l.ib(nil- and Independent, if (hey
makt'ueh a iioiiiluatlon n ha bn-n
nauieil, ini'ht rount upon !U tiitlnr.e.
iiient, not bv the Dctiiocralie parlj thU
lline. for that will be elated iiml march
liiK In.-.itlloiiL' with U wor-t eleinent in
Iront, but by the Republican p.utv.
'I'lien the iiatriotnj -eiillunnt that will
be stirred up by tin; Cciiniinlal year mav
proe n very Important ekineiit in our
politic..'. A trai.'p.uciioy witli "Adams
and l.ibeit v" mill "'7l" on It would be a
wry popular banner; and with the aid of
the old lln' ant the oii2-, -'We are com
Ins;, Father Abraham," ami "Knlly
'liound the Flair," nint S'lde-Awnke in
the Old Coniiueiitnluiilloi in. then! woultl
be ii rally that woultl hake the -.'round.
Thi Is worth thliikliisralxiul.
I'epotti r Could not tin; .-tniisrht lle
publitxiu part v do thi without the. help
of the I.lherali and Independents';
Mr. Ilaltead They inaydo-oiuetliiii;
of the nrt, hut I am thliikinsr of tlie time
when tin; people at larsre will be eon
vlncetl. and the leader- of tin- Hejmbll
can iiarty lhemelve inii-t we lhat hi a
-trafsdit lljiht bUwccii ih" two p.irtie
the Ilepiibiie.iu. Iinsr-rlilileii bv (Ji-int,
niilt be beaten. In iiml i-a" tfie l.iber
ali may -top to tlic front with a candidate,
ami programme that w 111 sivt; the eoiintrv
from the dansjer.'. ol th" iliHiiialilleil sue
ce of the Democratic p:ii t.
Kepotter Von hae:i prc)mli(ea.iint
the Democi-ttle p.ut ?
Mr. llal-tead I tl'iink not; but I do
not llineh from the ob-ervatiou of f.iet.
The cv.Confetlei'ate will have the tlonil
nam Ibreehi th" Democratic jiartv III tin;
next Hoii'e the House that mav'he call
ul to elect n I're-itlent ami the "Catholic
orsran iu Cincinnati has aiiunamxil that
the oltd Catholic Oto shall 1m thrown
for the Democratic party next tall. It
iloes not ai'srm; that I am prejudiced when
I olrject to seelnsr .-uprcuie In naiioiiitl
allafrs a party w lio-i: risiht and left winsrt
arereinvsentalivcof the .outhern C'ou
fctleraey ami the ( hiiirh of Home.
Reporter Whom do you think th"
Democrat- will urn for President -r
Mr. HaKtead Not (iox. TiMen.
I.'eporltr Why not ':
if V. TM.Kh.V too iio.M;r.
Mr. II..Itead One reaou for not run
nlus; (inv. Tlidcn i p"ih;iis Hint he is
po-itivelyau houct man. He U for a
oiiud eunciicy and pincliiii.!; economy
tn public exiM-ndiiiirt;-. Thai i nut Dc
luoeiacy We-t nnd South,
Itt'liortcr Hut tloei not the i-ici that
lie ha- a national repiilitlou tor honcMv
make him the stronsji'st candidate that
could I id nominated r
.Mr. llaMcad lie would inil c.iry lite
ma-e-l llic Democracy hi the lel.
The Wc-i anil South will be ery lions;lv
ailn-t him. II" would be denounced in
hi own party a- the houdholilciY ehaui
plo.i ami th" repreeut!,tlve of Wall
treet.
Heporler- Will either A I It n or Thiu
uian srel it'?
Mr. llaNleatl We h ivc the ulial dilll
cully in ohlooi'too many 'i-cat men in
li-nl'i panic-. Allen anil Thin man are
b. foiv the people now, with I'endletoii
held lu I e-ere thine Ohio candidal!'-.
Allen i- -uppo-edjo h the man of the
hour, but he liauot declared hlm-eli on
the currency iiic-tluii at all : and nuked
II Id ''cntleuiau doe- not. si- a rule.
eoinlc-ei'iid to -ay iniieh nbniit modern
hllory the luterels that have arken
liiii' lie lelt Coii'Mt about a tiuarter of
a century asro. Allen ami I hurmaii are
iinclf ainl nephew, you know, and crv !
much attached to each other per.-onallv; I
hut -till the people reartl Allen as a lit
tle bit ill 111 nephew'- wav I
now, ami Allen 1 fully
linprei-.ed that lie I the iilau of power!
amoiii: the people even II he ha-a por- I
trait of Thui'iiiau bearimr Ihe word-,
'Our next I'rc-idi'iil." Thiiriiiau iv
fu-ed to beeoeroeiliiitoailirict .itpioii of
the inilatioui-t, and will at- their view
are uiioiiud: ami he will not bhnl him- I
self to aid prollijr.ite .-clieiue of public
expeiuliture. lie has therefore In en
abu-etl by their pre." mid tli"ir toiistne
to an extent thai would be nii-pri-lii;: to
th" people in tin- Ka-lern part ol' tie- '
couiiiry.
licpiirier How tin Allen mid l liur
uiaii Maud nmon their fellow eltleii?
Mr. Hal-lead If you draw a .iratdit
tl.,.' iH'lwcell th" honei-t aud dL-lnme-l
men, Allen ainl 'I'huruiau will both bo
toiiud on th" ,iilt nmou; the hone! mi ll.
Neither lias ever had any inouev he did
, t c;lrM, nn, per-onallv. I beltee, they
t I I. t. . ....IT
hae a wholconie anlmo-ity a''alti:l pub-
lie thlee. Allen oame near b'eln' rre.--1
ideiit twice, you may leiiu'inber. He was
' aked wlietlier ho would nceept tin noni
; ination at lialllmore when C.-wa.- noni
Inatetl, but lie had promUed Ca-s th.it he
would not be a candidate until he H'ai'
I had withdrawn, liy iidherhiL' to hi pro
: mUu to Cashe lost tlie chauci h woultl
I have been iiomiu iteil In thirty minute
after his replv wu received, it he had n
I sented to tlm poilev of hN (riciids. Had
I lie acted dillcicutly, the Van Ihircn pllt
woultl not have occurred, ami he wouhl
have been ehotcd. Ayaln lm mkecd his
I chance when Trunk t'icin1"'!! iiomina
' tut). If tlin Ohio delegation had hetin
i solid Air Allen, as it would have been If
. it had not been for Vallaiidlirhain. Allen
would have received the nomination In
place of I'icree. Two narrow c;eapr
iroiu Ihe 1're.MiIeucv are, pcrhap-, not
eminently satisfactory in tlie old xeinle
, man. Ill lipids arc .!lllJ,'o"l: heliasu
oiee like n trumpet, and has no nrt ot'
iioiion uiai ue h ouioi no-.
I.NO. S Miuu.ii It'. . HO'lMIUi;
ST. LOUIB
INSURANCE BUREAU
And Collecting' Agoncy
or
St.
XjoxtiM. XUCO.
llsUhliilii-it I'.ir llie puiTOrt' t.lYaii'.vhiif ou u
pni'inl rullwtlnix iiml HitJii.tlnu lil;ivs
llii'iiiiuli.iiii is,. c..i Vll lii.ur.ini'e tliillil).
wlii'ilitrnl'l.lluiir fiti'.ull unnltli'it aivoiinu l
mul other hi le.nnae liiuiniillynivl itll(.;lorlly
nlllwl Willi (tiili'k ivtiinn. lain raid. Itolin- t
llw, l'ei)liituiiii.l 1'itlriils wiiird. (irnnKii.
ilt in'i: and r,niultjtlftn lur mul ;IU'llet.
.lUllS S, .MII.I.KIt &M..
V.. Cur. !llh Mint Olive SlireU.
Uifv-fliv iH-iiiiliirtl'iii inclirj'Hk A llowlmid,
l.i-W Atili,i,ik A ( Ti'lrliiimnil to-, lifii
It.-thi A I'n ,v S ; IK'jII .V S,,V. U ham
ml ,t jjii i-w-vrM
lUilktin.
".vslvinjrt - sn. -A. -,--.-. V. c .
MAY (5, 1875.
BURGER & CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Finn has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
M'lilH
i
III!)
COMPRISING
NOVELTIES
Which they offer at-
SACRIFICING PRICES,
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN
Cor. Ninth Street
Clough. & Warren Organ Co.'b
(Late 8IMMONS St CLOUGI1 ORGAN CO..i
iitrnovKii
CABINET 0BGA1VS
G
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u
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u
(I)
A
to
o
11 3jss If
GrandCombination Organs
uni t r.iut fin,
SCRIBNER'S PATENT
An finuilinn Irnliwuiiioet lrniifiit.ini In-aringtui lla I'utiirc trputatluii of Itrol liMttumcnN,
initmiol wludi ihi iiutiiiiilj nroiiiiiioit'toiie is iy laifclj
mrrca-iti, bph ir.i ijuhihvoi nmcmvitn i
E;;.i! to U of M h Orp i '.it Sw
r Oat fflnlipilcl "Vft C'lotv." "Vox llliuisilu." nVilroi. I'utPut, ' 'Octuye O.liT,'' II;.;
ihnrnilna "fillo" "r "Clariom.t" Mn- "mh Hum " "CntiiJiUi" "Nut Anvkl.
"Vlt.ln r.thirla" nl
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
C;tn Uiblaimliiib' In lln 'C Orsraii.
Fifty DitlorcHt Stylos, , . .
For tho Pnrlor ontl tbo Church,
Tho Host Mntoriul and WorkinnuHhip,
Quality and Voluino or Tono Unoquallcd.
xmxoEtsi, $ao to aoo.
racio;?&nd Warerosme, C(r. Cth ind Caogrssa SiSn DEIROII, XlCHlfi&V.
'(Established in I860.) Agents Wonted in F.vory County.
AddreBB CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
5.mi.s-::iu.
WEEKLYBDLLETIN
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
NO. 117.
ALL THE-
SEASON
or THE
IN CAIRO.
aud Commercial Ave.
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QUAXIFYINQ TUBES,
C. CLOSE,
tif final
Commission Merchant
AID MCALIR IJI
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, &o.,
Under City Kattomal BmIi.
TWIt.b toll In rnrdoaU lots at aunfcturfri
iriri, ndttlns l"rt-lj(ht.
JOHN B. PHIIXI8
AND SON,
(Succmora tu .101111 B. PbUlta)
FORWARDING
JL1U
Commission Merchants
An t l)altr In
HAV, ORN, OAT8, FLOUR,
MEAL, BKAlf, tte.
Agtntl for LAFUIf jTbAHD POWDU CO
:Corar Tmtk Btraat aad Okie
7. I) AUllauj. K. C. t!tit.
MATHUSS 4c UHL,
FORWARDING
Alrl CcitnuJ
Commission Merchants
!ralrn hi
FLOUR, GRAIN. HAY AND
PRODUCE,
aOhlo Xjovm.
t;. j. .:it.
!. Ayiw.
AYRES 6c CO.
ZXjOT7X1.
And ijcn'nl
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
. - .-U
THE
City National Bank
CAmO. ILLINOIS,
CAPITAL, - 1100,000
omriu.
tV 1' 1IAUJ1IAY, I'mMml,
lltNKY 1.. H AIX1UAT, VUt flr't.
A II SArruUU, Canui-r.
WAl.TKU HYSLOf, Ati't CuiiUr.
OIILECTOIM
Sr.i.I I aMiik, k. II
(ll'IUM.IUUXM.
IIalliiiii'
n . '. HiLun.ir,
illlHUV lllllU,
S.UIOIUi
W II.;. I imsov,
A II
Kxchaugo, Coin and United itati
llouda Bought and Sold.
DKI'UMT.S iroitrcsl ami gentnd takUj
l,UllllW(10U
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 81. 189
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
nrricr.ui:
A II SAi'KoltU. rnvidiiil.
TAtl.uJI, Vicrnnliliit.
V II V."I.')I', J-rc'y iinil 'Ilsswuicr.
IJIKLCIOH"!
1'. 31. IlincLAV, riii. OALK.nr.n,
I" M f-ioCKJLV.JII, I'M L G. bdlU'tl,
II. H C C!.MN(.II N . II I, H.ILLIUAV.
I. M, I'lllMtl-l.
1NlKUKr.Tul.toii.I,'iinllit ut tUcnt el' il
M.'rcrnt livranmiiu. -MaaU Utuut Stvlcui
tii'r Irt. lutrnnl nul uutulmwu U aditml Imiat
ilialily lo tbo pi liiel ul nf llir ilrpo.!!, Ilirtiftiy
tna Iticin tomiKiiiml iulcrrrt
Married Womon and Children may
Doposit Monoy and no one
else oan draw it.
0-n trrry bii'liitieday notiiHa.tu. tn J ).iu
i.ril Miiuritii.vi'trniiK toi fHTlng tlcrtultii unlv
Iron It n'clnrk
W, HY8LOP, Timhim.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Tronsnctti all kinds of a Logitl
mato Banking Btuinemti.
P C. OAKEDY. Prldnt.
KF.NRY WKLL8, Vico Prnaldvut.
THOMAS LKWIB, Chjir.
T. J. KEH7H, Aaititant Kahler.
UMll-lf
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION;
2Axriac!
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ji uim tu uiMii ?!ttji.y.'ir
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twU,.t4l9B?.l.lvurl.
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