OCR Interpretation


The Cairo bulletin. (Cairo, Ill.) 1872-1878, September 03, 1875, Image 1

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85033413/1875-09-03/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

W. L BRISTOL,
FAMILY
G-ROCER
Rops orerythlng pertaining- to
the line of itaplo and Fancy Oro
3orios, Woodonwaro, Vogetables,
Fruits, too., too.
Try My New Style Mixed
TEA,
Different Combination From uny
Before Offered in tho Market,
and of Excellent Flavor.
Whittaker Hams
WISCONSIN BUTTER,
Sweet aad nich
Oentral Hop Yeast
Again Thie Summer.
;new style
LAMP CHIMNEYS,
BEE THEM
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL,.
OA I-
Coal Coal.
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
ASP
PEYTONA CANNEL
COAL!
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for ahipmont,
promptly attonaca to.
HoTTo largo consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
:o Bitpply any quantity, by tho
tnonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tj-lliilllilay Urn 'iodlcc, No. 70 Ohio Levi e.
EVlIalNduy llro ' wluirftioat.
rf- It I-Vviillun Mill, nr
tfr-At the toal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
,rt
tarl'odt Office Drawer. 30.
VALENTINE RESOH,
GROCER.
Dealer in
Butter, Eggs, Fish, Poultry,
Game and all kinds of fresh
Fruit and Vegetables.
Eighth Street. Carro, 111
r-Onirri for fettaiubvuth promptly tllll at
any Dour, nay ur rur.i. -.
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
uommission.
EIGHTI! STREET.
ir Highest CaBU Prioo paid for
Hogs and Cattle.
A Book for the People.
rUYlUlAJUX i, A Itiltlm.t. i
01' 5 ",,!, uUt !
JfAHRIAOK. &WAt?&t,
. . Mrrliic.ir.ai
A Iriltlmtt. nitdlc.l vrutt of tSQ
L'aiuiiiniittjtc.iiajuoiic
KI.WMIE..UU III" n.iur.i,
Mlrrl.uuiiiiitthc c't'i
tin"., the Mylterlttofileproiluctlon, lie. A.und.iJ
u.Uniliy on iiicvtrluutiiiHui.uitiirir nary and 0n
ei.UTeOr aiof bothirui, liicludlun . lunn.ul'lrrr
ruts, V.ntioUno Cbronto ui.ra.tiur UthViti, tht
C,cl. of any Abuaaa uu the ..ul.) .uni iho il.i.
.r. ot fxc.Mt bvturt and atti-r iiiarriigr, l..ain to urc.
iii.tur. diet 't liupotoncy riv.i tounwllur lu Ih.
iiirrll and thm. cuiiwiuplalltii umrilxe. .Ni,t nitre
U'liinlai
quack aditnU.ui.nl, buttithuiiypJiul.t medic.) Motk
butlitliui..yiiunul.i medic.
tlyliig uuiMruui itrrar. jiiiuii. iui " ' ""VJ um.iet,
it urr.i'i ptlonf
n. lur an in. aiiuv. u
mdlu clck1!. ai.u. A
ft lc, piun tor, ai."1". "uui ,ii a r.ni
r.Mrtou in. Iraptovwtttatnicnt of Bperma.to.rrhoa,
lag couwnt, vr llic at)o ork,;erittoM.ll t.Hraa
arv.lit uf itinip.
AUo a. ma 11 MedtOaVl TrttttU uathe
t UIHUIVIi IV
nairi'i. lUcti. AuJnila
THE MEDICAL 4 BUP.QIOAIj INSTITUTE,
mm
VOL. 7.
I.IUI'OK DEALER.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Whole atc and RcIaII Dealer' la
Foreign and Domestic
H INKS OF ALL KI2VIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
TK8Sltt. fitYTII A CO. tiato constantly
1VL Urge etork tif Uie beat K'xxl In uw mar
ket, and KivcMimlal attention to I he wholwale
ranch of lb". buinea.
IC'K.
ICE,
The Undortrigncd Having Given
up tho
CITY TRADE,
Ih now Prepared to Furnish loo
by thu
CAR LOAD,
At prices that will Compuro Fav
orably with any Doalor. Ho
will now Dcroto his a ton
tion Entirely to hid
WHOLESALE TRADE.
JOHN SPROAT.
HOTELN.
Grand Central
HOTEL.
COMMERCIAL AVENUE!
Corner Xllaclxtlx Stroot,
WK. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TRUSTY watch kevt nifcht and lay for
train ami ;rJtuKU .
Til b".t of armminrMlAttuna
for trmn.lent
3-la-tr
(TUeaia at Two Italian ir Ut
WHWI.KNAl.li URttl'KRN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
Ami
Commission Merchants
AOENT8 AMERICAN POWDER CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,:
Commission Merchant,
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKCtALutteuiiitn glwn toconilgiuiicnUand
tllllnc orders.
l'AI.T AMMHIJ.
B. F. PARKER,
Uvalev In
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow jsnaacs, sc.
Alwayt on hand, Uiv cclcbratvU IlluinluntluK
AVIIOKA OIL.
axromm'
3Su.tlcS.lxxB
Corner Elevvnth Streot and Waablnic
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. o.:
FB0PKIET0B.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
lulletln Balldinir, Corner Twelfth Street
and Wuhiaffton Avenue,
Cairo, Xlllxxolai.
tCotuitv anil lUMrnaii Work u aprciiiUy.
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
ASP
Dealer in Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between 'Waahinctos ud Oomuerelal
Ayenaai, aajowisar aanoy-a.
KEEPS for ial the best llwf, I'urk, Mutton
Veal. Ijiiub. Hainan. Ac. anil ta lira
pared to aarva fainllka in tin ttrvfiitnlilit ojannrr
Ottet, avillatlxx Bu.lldl&ar, Csmtt ,r-welftl traat a.a.4 'Wi'h1imw Jltwavlb.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1875.
cart,- 21 a tf
TOPIC" Or TO.DAV.
iLiZAkciit ti'ai:t rutin,
.My ours krr p lime to half rli)fnr.
That elipa and alirir away from Vi-t
Arro my mln'l
like idle wind.
A lolt thought ivntetll laJllV.
Ailiram iifloat my Utile ttont
And I alonri atml out to trai
Ono ranl'liiil ftari t), Ixtatanil Ileal'
You rowcil the Utile Itoat for inc.
,bl who can hIhk nfanyllilnic
Willi none to llalin lovingly?
Or ho uu time the oira to thynv
Wli'.n lefl to row alone to aca?
THE RIVAL HAMLETS.
A Orel from .Mr. Bavenpeirt.
tw York Herald.)
Sr.w Youk, August 2J, W.'..
To Tiir. Kditok or f he Mould
On inv arrival litre from my nulet
mountain homu this morning, It was my
reUlutv uml measuro to tiurusc mu
columns or your journal, w herein I found
mi editorial headed "American Art and
American ArtUtv' from which I learned
that Mr. Davenport has Informed u that
the New urk nubile will be ullorded
an oi)orttinlty to judgu whether Ameri
can actors can renuer aiiuKespcuru a
uiasttrniito on Monday iiixlit at the
(Jrand Ojer:i IIoumj, when Mr. Daven
port and an American company win :ii
pear in 'Hamlet.' " All this h Greek to
inc. i betf to say that all 1 know of the
matter is that I was applied to by tliu
management of thu Grand Opera llouw
to commence an iiiuir;uriiik:iit at that
ehiubli-litiieiit on the 3utli ItiU. lu the
character of Hamlet tor cer
tain com derations, rresumiii'' that I
have a erlect right to arrange my own
biiblncRS nwlters 1 closed thu negotiation
and am hero to discharge my duties to
ly employers, the public and myself,
have notliiui; whatever to do with the
uuouuceiueuis or advertisements of the
mana-'eineiit of the Grantl Otera House.
nor do 1 propocj to have any. iVrmlt
me here to disavow all iuteutlou of de
grading mv art, and I am somewliat stir-
priM.il to uml uiai me same (eu mat. pro-nounc-e-v
tnu "a irood and Hccomnlished
actor, none belter," &o., should accusu
me oi such an act. nave never iruckieu
to the public or press tor t'.ivor, having;
K-en always realty anu wiiiinjf, as now,
to sutud niton my own merits. I have
no deflrc to "challenge a foreigner," nor
would I descend so low in the estimation
of my friends as to appeal to any feeling
whatever ave mat uucu niton pure in
tentions and good will to all mankind.
I nave no uesire to "revive oiu animos
ities" with which I had no connection
whatever. True, "I never received nuglit
ut courtoy when in hngland," and
that during seven years' sojourn there,
iml II lias ever oeeu uiy iuiy io recijtr
ate It whether in my power. I Had
tliu pleasure of meeting Mr. Harry bull!
van wlillu in England and he sube(pielit-
ly pmyeu u ray meairu in itosiun in
iou. l loitmi nun men, u l am certain
I shall lltid him now, a Ittie artist, una a
I'cntlcmuti. and he can have no more sin
cere wisher for all thu success Ills talents
and genius cm command than your obC'
dlent servant, K. L. Davkni'ort.
"IIIE DEGRADATION Of THE UltAMA."
Tn the Kdltoruftht UrraM :
Down here at mv oulet houie I seldom
tiermit mvsell'to irete.xciied over iiasinir
events, but 1 cannot resist tue Honest uu-
pulmj which prompts mu to express my
thanks fur your timely article headed
The Degradation or the Drama."
Thu realm of irenius has no contracted
boundary and artists arc not detained
on its itircsnoiu or uy national limits.
Mr. ltarry Sullivan happened to be born
in Ireland. That was an aflair over which
hu had no control. Many of his coutitry
men, naturalized here, witli an honest
nridu in the fame of their distinguished
countryman, have manifested their deslru
to signalize ins seconu visit Here dv a
hearty reception. If in some of their
MiL'L'estlons ihey overstepped the bounds
of propriety It was not his fault, lie
was 3,000 miles away and had no more
control over this than he had in felecting
tiic place oi ins uirtii.
lint the attempt to excite prejudice
ajralust hhn because lie was born in Ire
laud is peculiarly unjust and ungener
ous, particularly at a time when the press
Is lull ol praiso over tuu Hospitality anu
enthusiasm with which Ireland welcomed
thu Americans who went over to contend
In generous and brotherly rivalry for tho
laurels which they won. What would
we Americans say if the people of Dub
lin had taken otleucu at the enthusiasm
ol their welcome mid tried to array the
Irish Hag against the American nag,
which was waved by thousamls in tliu
M reels of Dublin to fcuch an extent that
General D.ikin very naturally expressed
hU inability to imagine where they all
camo from !so city in America ever
welcomed an American with more heart
felt enthusiasm than thu city of Dublin.
Thu lato Mr. Hackett took particular
pride lu referring to his reception in
Dublin, and to a littlu incident which oc
curred during Ills tirst periorniancu oi
Jtin van winkle." w ien. alter ins long
RliinilttT. ho wakes tin under tho Ameri
can llag and is asked by the astonished
villagers II hu ever nearti or ucorgu
Washington, tue latncr ot tno American
Kepubllu, tho wholu audience arose at the
mention of his namo and the house trem
bled with tho thunders of upplauee. lb
It against such memories ns these, such
ove tor America, mat we wouiu array
dlstrm-tand Insult V Tho cry ogaliibt for
elirn artists is unworthy ot the aire. Why
not deny foreign plays as wellas players?
It you put none out American
players on tho itagi why
not also cxcludu 'Hamlet" and
"Lear" and "Macbeth," with all tho
other plHj'b and comedies of Shake
speare. Sheridan and Goldsmith, because
of their foreign origin? If you put Mr.
Davenport against Mr, Sullivan why not
put somo American dramatist against
Shakespeare? Mr. Barry Sullivan Is a
distinguished artist, an Irish gentleman
and an honor to his profession. lie
comes to contend in generous rivalry for
tho priio of American approbation on
Ills efforts, which have wun similar hon
ors on every Held on which ho has ap
peared. I believe ho will hit thu "bull's
eye" everv time, and that the generous
applause which he will receive from the
American nubile will be but a counter
part of that rejoicing which rang through .
Ireland and reverberated to the world's
extremities at tho successes ot America
lu thu Emerald Isles.
Uaiinkv Williams.
IUtii, August 28, 1870.
A negro woman down South killed
herself by driving a null in her head
at a cure (or toothache.
MEXICAN INDEMNITIES.
Artloai of (he Vailed UIh nod Mo,
lean inlnii VaMMlMloH.
The United Nates and Mexican clalrni
commission, It Is well known, have tor
some time been engaged In adjudicating
('IhIiiw iimiIit n tri'iitf butWCCU thu twit
I rounlfles In which the citizens of either
republic have claims against tliu citizens
or government of the other. The com
mission consists of two commissioners
one appointed by tho government of tho
United States, and the other by the gov
ernment of Mexico, which commission
investigate thu evidence presented by the
respective clulminu, aud should they
agrvu on an award, It is final, but should
they not agree, the claim In then referred
to tne isntisit miuUter, air tuwuru
Thornton, a thu uuipkc, whose award
In num.
Among these claims are those of the
heirs and relations of Gen. Monroe Par
sons, MuJ. Statidlsli and Col. Courow, all
citizens of Missouri, who were killed by
the Mexicans, ami Irom a friend of the
claimants it is ascertained the umpire,
among oilier case, Fend in the follow
ing awards, which are not to be publicly
proclaimed, according to the treaty,
until the tlrt day of February, 1870.
The awards referred to are as follows:
To MuJ. StandUh thu sum of $10,000
without Interest, S1..VJ0 with Interest at
G ter cent, tier annum irom the 15th of
August, 18G.'i, all hi Mexican gold dollars.
To Mary Ann Courow $.i0,000 without
Interest and $300 with interest at 0 jier
cent, from 'August 13, 1M5, all in Mexi
can gold dollar.
To the heirs of Gen. Parsons .$50,000,
without interest, and $5,000 with inter
est, at 0 iter cent, from August 10, 1803,
likewise in Mexican gold dollars. Mrs.
brandish U the matron ot thu Illlud insti
tution. Mrs. Courow resides in Itlch
moud. Hay county, Mo., with five or six
children, while thu heirs of Gen. Parsons
reside at .Jellereon City. The above
named claimants proved before the com
mission that on the night of thu loth of
August, 1863. Gen. Parsons, MuJ. Stand
Ish and Col. Courow, while encamped on
thu San Juan nvei, they then being en
route Irom Monterey to Matamoras, for
the purpote of making their way via
Cuba to thu United States, were surpris
ed, murdered and rubbed by a detach
ment of soldiers of the Mexican repub
lic, under the command ol Col. Planton
Sanchez, whp was attached to the army
of Gen. Kscabedo. It was shown
that after being murdered their
bodies were dragged and thrown
into the San Juan liver. The
Mexicans supposed, or claimed to be
lieve, that Parson's parly wen1 enemies
aud thu spies of Archduke Maximilian,
but on finding their mistake thu com
mander ordered his troops to keep silence
with regard to the death of these foreign
ers, because they had been killed under a
oeitei mat mey were spies, anu tney
wanted it to be thought they were so.
The testimony of Gen. John B. Clark,
who traveled with and was encamped
some distance from Parson's .command,
wa., lu auiMtuitcc. that on hearing the
nolse oftho conflict li repaired to the
Fpoi ami saw several Ucad. Mexicans! vlng
around on the battle-field, while they
discovered the trails on the ground
along which bodies had been
dragged to the bank of the Sun Juan and
cast into the river. Gen Parsons
had horses and vouipagea, u
goiti waicu, anu nu was also kuowu to
have $3,000 in gold, which was gobbled
up by the Mexicans. It was clearly
shown that the murders occurred within
the Hues of the Liberal army, but an at
tempt was made by Mexican counsel to
show that Col. Sanchez wus seven hun
dred miles distant from the scene at the
time. 'I lils attempt at an alibi was re-
ouueu oy ine eviuence oi .nr. hiiiers, a
gentleman belonging to the American
consulate at Vera Cruz, who testified that
lu 18C0. Sanchez, since dead, while In his
cups admitted tiiat hu commanded tliu
tiarty wlio killeU tliu Americans, and ex
hibited as a trophy of the exploit the
watch which l):loiigcU to Gen. Parsons.
Mr. Sillers also saw a monument erected
near the spot of the trajjedy over the
murdered Americans, which the country
people suid were taken out ot the river.
Tliu complainants In their petition
show that l'arsons and Standih were
lawyers and Courow a civil engineer, all
of thein capable of producing an income
Hutllcient to maintain their families In po
sitions ot the highest respectability and
to give their children a liberal education.
They submit that an amount equal to a
capital which at six per cenu would pro
duce $0,000 per annum would Ihj a rea
sonable indemnity by the commission.
In this connection may be mentioned
another large claim that of the La Alro
Mining company, composed largely of
citizens of Mhsouri, for $2,100,000. The
company opened a silver mine about 120
milei buck of Mosaey'a landing. In tho
state of Durango, and was operating
under a charter from New York. Tho
company had a paid-up block of $2.10.000.
Among, the stockholder were Ur. Por
ter, $5,000; Gen. Dartholow
and John D. Terry, $10,000
each. Tho company had commenced
shipping silver when the miners were at
tucked by the Mexicans, some of them
killed and tho refit driven out. The
claim is a good one and a favorablu re
ward expected. Among other Missou
rians having large claims lb Judge Sam
uel Montgomery, a captain lu thu battle
of Buena Vista, who alter tho Mexican
war embarked In merchandise and was
robbed of a largu amount ol money anil
goods. The amount ot his claims is
about $150,000.
tSf During tho epidemic of intermit
tents In the Westthls season, the whole
immense stock of Ayer's Aguo Cure be
came exhausted, and tho producing power
of his Laboratory was found Inadequate
io meet in uemann. many wno Knew
its extraordinary virtues for the cure of
Chills mid Kever. rmid exorbitant nriees
for it. This Ague Cure is said, by thoso
who use it, to never fall. Header, If you
must have medical aid. take the best of
medicine. Poor temedies are dear, as
good aro cheap, at any price you have to
pay for them, Charleston Courier,
X.OTTZS
LAGER BEER!
Tne undaralKDed has the pleasure of announc
ing to the cltizvna or Cairn and the eurrmiudlng
country that he uuseatuullebcd a
BEER DEPOT
for the sale of Jot tpb Scnuiildr'nclbrttad
ST, LOUIS LAGER BEER,
I and on aborteat uotioc bur
rteatuotioc urn will be delivered
TONY jJIeIF.HWIE8KK. Afent.
, cvi'iuuu read,
Depot under I'lantw' Haute.
i PROMINENT
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
U
Great Durability with Handtomt
SATISFACTION Everywhere
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Mwufacturing Comp'y
oi4, aio ana bib h, mjlis btbxxt, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD XZOXtT8IVSZ.T
C. W. HEVDERSON, Cairo HUaeia.
S-IT-!m
PHYNICIAHN.
.
W11
LIAM K. SMITH, X. D.
UKSIUENXU: No. SI Thlrtwntli itwt, be
twwn Wuitilnittoa avenue and Walnut etrwt.
OFFICE! North side of KUitith 8trtt Itc
twirn Cotnrurrclsl and WahlnjftonaMtiii;.
c.
W. DT7NKIKO, X. D.
HK3IUE.NCK: Constr Ninth and Watnut
trteta.
OFFICE: Curner Sixth street uad OkloLcwc.
OFFICE IIOUUS: Fronts a. ta. 12in..ani
from '1 to i p.m.
LAWYER).
yOHK X. XTTLKEY,
Attorney at Iaawa
CAIKO, ILLINOIS
OFFICE: Eighth ijtmt, batwecn Conimfr
clul and Wiualngton avcnuM,
gAXXTEL T.
WKXEXJCB,
Attorney at Law.
flFFICE: Ohio Ijtm, orrr room foruierlr
occupied by Mrat NaUoual Uank,
CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
Q.REEN OIXBEBT,
AtturneyH and CounHClorN
at Law.
OFFICE: Ohio Uw, rooma 7 and H
City National Hank,
William II Oren, 1
William B Ollbrt, J CAIUO. ILLRom.
Mile Frttf'k. UllUrt. S
Clprclal attention gWen to Admlraltr and
itnunl'oat business.
REAL ESTATE AENT.
JOHN a. HARMAN ft
Real Estate
CO.
HOUSE A.O-BiTTS
COLLECTORS.
30WTETAXCUU, 50TAXIM PUBLIC
Land Aiaata of tha Illinota Central and
Burlincton and Qnlsoy B. a.
Companies,
Rortk
Oar. Ilxtk aad OkU LTa.
CA.IXO. ILLINOIS.
f. U, LYNCH.
M. J. IIOWL1V.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Ar
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At tba Oaurt Houao.
MRS. L. J. SPEARS,
Weat (Ida Oonunarolal Avenua, batwaen
Eighth and Ninth atreata.
(Not door to J MurKT'a do- K atore.J ,
A fUll lluv of th latett uml tuo.t a.blouall
btylcrt or
HATS AND BONNETS
alwavs on band. AUo crarv variety of
Ribbontt Laces and Trimming!,
iv.ni h h..nt in ttie moat cnatlv Lad 16
will Hod any and emyiblngln beratorcfora
comnlW(!rel. oauoriwny ouin.
I'rlcea to compete wltn any In the Weat.
rj-AUo ugent for the Home Sewing Macblue.
Tj.S-19-lf ,
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET OO
'Dealer la
Ultklnde bard and eon.)
VLOORINO, SroiNO, LATH, too
Mill m Tr4,
Corner Thlrty.Tourth Street and
Ohio Leyee.
IfTfitivf iiniff tiiiiffif
W JBjfiiVL I jnULLKTlJV
ONLY $125 A YEAR.
91
NO. 218.
IBVUTiaiS
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
SUPERIOR CONSTRUCTION,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Detignt, and Giving PERFECT
BOBBINS1
112 C0lh(ERCIAL
AVE.,
CAIRO ILL
Pianos and Organs,
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MSRCHANDISX OF
SVSET UKSCKIPTIOIf.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
Of World wide RepuUtion.
Acknowllgcd by all good Mualclana to bf Um
beat riaao now maa.
THX GRJEAT UiaON PZAITO.
Of which wo have aold over 400 during
twelve year put, becoming more and morn
popular every day.
SMITH'S AMERKJAN ORGAN,
Biileodid tone. Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral OrQan,
X icry nno Imtrutnent, adapted to lnatru-
uiaiiuu as wu -vocal wumc.
ALL TIIK A BOVK ARE OFFEIlEl) ON
J-.aiy aiouthlyl'aymentf, at low figure
regardless of List Prlcei.
SHEETMUS1C
In great variety, including all the new
and popular rmiaic ol tho day.
Orders from tho Country
promptly flllad and sent
by mail.
violins culms IINJ0S
ACCORDEOiVS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS.
TAMBOhiNES
FRENCH HARPS, ETC., ETC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
Furr.iflhed to Order.
ITBIHOI FOB VI0LMI, flUITAAl, XT0.
Ot tho Bit Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
rWCverr deacriDtlon of Musical Mer
chandise furnished to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever offered before.
GENCY ALSO Or
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Hand for IlluatraUd Catalogue and Frict
List or taese beautiful groupes.
All fioodi Wtrraat4uKprNMt(d.
Address,
ROIBINS MUSIC IAZAP.
Cairo. Illinois.
VABIETT HTOHK.
Now-York Storo
WXOLXI9AXJS AMD AST AIL.
east
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Claae.
Oaroai lets it. tad OoMnrelal A
aane. lxiniou
0. 0. FATHm CO.
,
BAZAR
R. W. irking
TOBWAmmxa
Am
OommiMion Merchant,
And dealer tn
TLOUm, MXAL, OX AIM SAT.
amci:
MOMIOLITXE.
6--tf.
CAIRO, ILUHOfS.
C. CLOSE,
Oaoara!
Commission Merchant
AMI DIALM U1
LUCB,
CKKXHT, FLASTSB,
HAIB, C.,
VuUr City lUtUmal Small.
I WILL tall in ear-load loU at MnrJactarara
prices, addtaf rreisbt.
JOHN S. FHXLLIS
AND ION,
(ItiMctwon to Joha B. PblUle)
VOaWAmSTJtO
Commission Merchants
Ani Dealers in
HAY, CORK, OATS, FLOUK,
XIAL, BXAK, ate.
IfUti tit IAVLLH k SAXB NWDU CO
:Crar TaatkTtraat am Okl
Lava.
7.. D. MathUM.
L. C.
KATHUSS Sc UHL,
TORWABDINO
And Gancrul
Commission Merchants
Daakre In
FLOUR, GRAIN. BAT AND
PRODUCT,
P. GUHIi,
EXClU8lTl
Flour Merchant
AXR
Millers1 Agent
No Ohio Uvcc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
7-H-tr.
E. I. Ayitn.
S. D. Ayrta.
ATRES c CO.,
arXjOT7xv.
And grnaral
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
Il D. THOMS,
Commission Merchant,
And dealer In
STAPLE AMD I A HOT
GROCERIES,
JTaralra and Doaaaatlo Frulta aad Nuta
IH COKlCUtCIAt AVtMVX.
s-ctr.
VTXtT. fARKSIt,
M. B. CVKKtXGBXM.
PARKER & CUNNINGHAM,
(guecrajora to Miller A Parker,)
FORWARD O
ASD
Commission Merchants
And Dealers in
WHEAT, MEAL. GRAIN, HAY,
ETC,
omc :
tJI OUIOUCVCK.
CAIKO, ILLIKOItf,
CyU'ehaTelnuol tlw Larfe Yellow ATare
houaa, atorave eaiutclt? J,uo tuna, whlcL (Ire
ua ample fartllllM for otorinj and aftlpplnx
a-a-fr.
lNHtTBAIfCE.
O. N. HUGHES,
General
Insurance Agent
ornoit
03SKZO xjarcrasaas.
erarlUtAiMaSal'i.
Neautdlm' rir't'CUM Conipaaiea rir
INSURANCE.
ESTABLISXU 1SAS.
SAFTOID, MOWtIS
AKD CAsTDIl,
General
Insoranoe Agents.
It OHIO
City XatWaal Samk BaUaaag, ato.
atioooooo.

xml | txt