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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKMNlf, bEPlEMHEIt 8. 187S.
r R. SMITH, M. D.
Oflteo and RMldenre:
81 THIRTEENTH BTUEBT, CAIRO, ILL'
jQR. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Orric Xn. i:M Commercial Avenue, botwocD
ElKblb and NtntU Street
jyi W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE F.lilith Street, near Commercial ATenuo.
At tome j'-at-Law.
OFFICE Ohio Lovco. bet. Fourth aid Sixth its.
J INEGAR & LANSDENy .
OFFICE No. 11!) Commercial Aveuuo.
St. Louis, Cairo mid Paduculi Packet
SPLENDID SIItF.WilV.V.L FRV.KiHT AND PAS
JOHN RIM'NER Master.
JOHN LKAMKN Clerk.
Leaven Cairo every Wednesday ut 2 p.m. for l'adil-
Leaves Calm ev.'rjr Thursday at 8 p.m. for St.
For frelu'hl or passage apply on Hullldey & Phillips'
wharf-lmnl, or to JAMES DKiliS, Atient.
M, Ohio Levee. ,
For Columbus, Hickman and New Madrid
T. T. IHLLMAX,Su
JOSEPH AMBR05. . Muster.
LEAVES CAIRO EVEfiY
TCESDAY.TIll 'ESDA Y and SATURDAY
For freight or passage apply oil ILillldiiy A Phil
lips' Whirl bunt, or to
JAMES IlldtiS, Ap'iit.
U Ohio Levee.
10 CITY FEU MY CO.
f.KAVKi LEAVE LtAVK
Font Fourth t Miouri Laud'i;. Kentucky Ld'i.
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AX SOl'.NCEM EXTS.
t fWe are onlliorU.-d to announce (ieo. W. Sam
mon a a t'audidate fur County Commissioner ol
Alexander county at theeusulm; Noveuilier election.
fciWe are authorized to announce Wia. J. Mul
ford sk a candid ite for County Commissioner of
Alexander county. uljeet to the decision of tlie
people at the elect loulu November next.
5i"Wear'.' authorized 'o announce the name of
Samuel Brlley of Hiuleivo'id a a Candidate for
County Commissioner of Alexander county at the
cu'iiDj Novenihi-r election.
U?W'e are authorized to announce Johu IlixUen
a candidate for SheriTof Alexander county at the
csnin? November flection.
tf iVea.-e authorize I to aunuiincv II. C. I.OK
MX t a caudiihie for Sheriff of Alexander comity,
"jhjert to the decision of the people ut the election
In November U'.xt.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Only Moriiiiiff Daily in Southern Illinois.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COIXTY.
Skinai. Orfirr. I
C'Allto. 111., Sept. , 'K7S. (
Time. liar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather.
6:44 a. m srt.n)
2 p.m. 1W.5
3: Mi- siti.Wl
Maximum Thniioineter7s7 9 ;' Minimum "Ther,
.tnometer, titi s ; Rainfall, u ui 'ucli
, W. II. HAY.
Ser' t Signal Corps, f, s. A.
Ton Sale. The finest bur counter in the
city, cheap, ut the Planters House.
FEsn Oystkiis, jast received at M. W
Parker's, Winter's block, Commercial
Lost. Last night between corner Elev-
ltltll nn.l .,l., ... , ...
- ..uiuiiv nm-eiN unit Atiieiieum a
small gold pen. Reward will be paid for
return of same to E. 8. Hill, corner Elev-
mtli ami Waluut streets.
ABOUT T1IK CITY.
Mr. W, B. Gilbert returned home yes-
Snhuh i ready to Imild, lmt the hoard
oi nealtli will not let him.
Circuit Clerk Reeve has taken a little
jaunt up the line of the Narrow Uauic.
-Mr. D. T. Linegur went to Marion
Friday to address the DennKraev ot Wil.
liamson county, Mr. L. is doi11(r yeoman
serviee in me giMHt cause.
The Hulliday employes yesterday gent
out the fillowinK cash distributions: to
Grenada. fV); to (Ireenville, f,0; to Holly
Springs, f;0; to Port Gibson, f,o.
Judge Dird has received an invitation
from the Imiiuus btut.; Uepulilicsn eotnmit
tee to fill some Bppointmiiiits in that statu,
and he has accepted the invitation.
Wade Hampton, the colored man, who
was overpowered near the St. Charles on
Friday, did not harp yellow fever the
"Bulls", to the contrary notwithstanding
When Welwtcr, Ren Wade, Zack Chandler
ami, other diitlinjruUhcd statesmen were
overpowered in the aamo way no ono ever
drenmt of calling it yellow fever, or the
black vomit. Rut times have changed.
Tho Americans boast of their progress,
but they are jut now feeling what every
true Irishman has felt tor two hundred
years au aversion to yellow as a color.
Rill Lee says we will havo trost in two
weeks, and he is moved to the expression of
this opinion by something connected with
paw-paws, tho drift of which we could not
Thi- Cairo Rox Factory received yester
day morning from the Tennessoo river over
'MO saw logs. People need not be ulnrmed ;
tho logs were thoroughly disinfected.
There was plenty of yellow pojdar but no
yellow fever among them.
The Argus-Journal fittingly defends
Furnlmkcr, and believes the ingenuous
"Sol" put up a job on The Rcllktix. It
would bo a dillictilt thing to determine
which rarricd tho most cheek to the square
inch the author of the epistles to Ella, or
tho apologist for them.
Mr. Ren McGee, who has lx-cn dying
with the yuilow fever for the past week
according to the stories of the "bulls" is
convnleceut, and his brother, who was said
t bo in a similar condition, resumed work
yesterday. It pains us to expose these sto
ries, but duty is imperative.
Mayor Winter requests us to state that
only twenty-two persons have as yet come
forward and signed their nam s to the vol
unteer corps to guard the city. He further
gives notice that on to-night there will
be a detail of five men selected from the
roll to do duty. Any onefuiling to respond
his name will be published.
Mayor Winter was compelled, on infor
mation that an influx of boatmen from the
steamer Future City had threatened to
come into Cairo last niht, con t ran to or
ders, to swear s.'Ven g'd, reliable men,
who are armed and eqitiped to guard, to
gether with the mounted policemen, every
avenue of ttpprouch t the city.
-A session of the supreme court begins
at Ottawa to-morrow, and Judge Raker left
yesterday to assume the duties of his new
position. The session will continue about
two months. He carries with him the best
wishes of this community, and he deserves
all of them. ( Cairo is proud to
point to him us one of her citizens.
We were misinformed when we stated
that Dr. Ranch had left the city on Friday.
The error was wholly unintentional on our
part, and under the peculiar circuin
stnnees, we felt it to be an
awkward one. The Rt li.ktin has no de
sire to do any one injustice, and it does
not wish to appearas ungenerous to those who
find occasion to differ from it.
It is a good thing fur the irredeemable
wretch who tacked handbills on the front of
the new enicine house that no Hibernian
aught him in the act. No such outrage
has been committed since Cairo has had an
xistence, ami it is the duty of every good
citizen to ferret out the audacious perpetra
tor, and when found he should be turned
over to the company ior punishment. 4
Mayor Winter received the following
lispatch tit 2:30 p. in. this day: "Canton,
Miss., Sept. 7, To the mayor of
Cairo: Please send us one car load of lime1
sltipped by rail at once; we will pay 'r
same after frost, llobt. Powell, liiaytr.''
Immediately on receipt of same the mayor
handed teh'gram to Mr. Lovctt, member of
the Knights of the Mvstic Krew. A meet
ing was called of that body immediately and
tho noble lxiys immediately responded by
telegraphing a donation of one car load of
lime to the citizens of Canton, and that it
would go through on Monday on its jour
ney. This prompt action by the Knights
spctiks volumes in their praise.
Five or six boys have undergone a ter
rible ordeal in the last two days. They
were charged with the mischief committed a
short tiinr ago in putting up "yellow fever"
signs and otherwise demeaning themselves
as boys sometimes will. In two examina
tions, one before 'Squire Comings and tl.c
other before Justice Robinson, the proof was
insuflicicnt to convict, and they were dis-
harged. The boys protested their inno
cence tous, and we believe every word they
said. Roys don't prevaricate about such
things. If that cherry tree business had
never become a trille venerable, we mi"ht
use it to prove what kind of boys we have
here in Cuiro, but it is perhaps unnecessary.
Those midnight marauding expeditions used
to bo managed better a number of years
back. -No traces were ever left behind, and
no one was ever known to "blow" on his
Judge Harker disposed of all the crim
inal casta in jail by Friday at noon, and
adjourned court. It is due to Mr. Harker
to state that ho has made an excellent im
pression during Id, two or three days' work.
Indeed, it would not be far out of tho way
to say that he has succeeded in that
short time in removing the oreiudice
that will exist in some minds toward a
young and new judge, no matter how able
or learned he may k. , Ho has passed the
ordeal of severe criticism, for we hoard a
prominent county official, noted for his hos
tility to expensive and unlettered law ex
pounders, say that Judge Harker- had
handled the business that hod come before
hint with the promptness and decision of
an old and experienced Jurist, and that as
a matter of dollars and rents, ho hud saved
the county a good round sunt. At all
events the court-house people are well pleas
, ed with our new judge.
COLORED MEN IN COUNCIL
A LARGE MEETING FRIDAY NIGHT
A F0UCI11I.K AXt MANLY IMtOTKST AOAIXST
THK IXJIKTUK IMIACTICKD 1JY MKl'l llLl
CAX l.EADKllS TOWAltl) COI.0UED CITIZKXS
THK COLOKliD MAS DOKS THK VOTIS'O,
WHILB W1IITK ItKl'lllI.ICAXS FILL THK
Pursuant to call, a largo and respectable
number of the prominent colored men met
at Phillis' Hall on Friday night to take in
to consideration what plan should be
adopted for tho purpose of laying the
claims of the colored voters lieforo the peo
ple. G. W. Turner was chosen chairman
and Daniel 1). Taylor, secretary. J. Glad
ney was called upon to stato tho object of
the meeting. In doing so he recounted
how the colored men had stood to their
posts in every struggle through which we
had passed, since reconstruction, and the
onfranchisenient of the colored men and
how our claims had been ignored by a few
party leaders who were always working for
The speech of the evening was made by
W. T. Scott, which was forcible and to the
poiut. Rrief remarks were made by W.
Wims and others, after which n committee
of seven was appointed on resolutions, as
follows: Messrs. Wims, Gladney, Slides,
Tyler, Gooden, Robinson and Scott. Judges
Comings and Rird made a few remarks and
the committee appeared with the following
During the past fifteen years there has
been a large intlux of the colored population
into Southern Illinois, and notwithstanding
it has been held by many of our adversaries
that the races could not exist together
that. Southern Illinois must be peopled by
all white or all black men our ftutuliers
have been augmented, until we constitute
about two-fifths of the voting population of
this, the Eighteenth congressional district.
Our strong arms have felled the trees, our
hands have cultivated the soil, and by our
energy, industry and enterprise we' have
contributed to the growth and prosperity of
this section of the state.
Grasping the educational facilities afford
ed us, we have steadily advanced in litera
ture, art and science until we compare
favorably with those who have alwavs en
joyed educational privileges.
e have acquired large property inter
ests, including houses, lands, hogs, sheep
As voters, we have adhered to
the Republican party yitit as
much tenacity ns the ocean clings o the
land. While doing this, wo can safely say
that we have not made ourselves obnoxious
to -nr political opponents, but have rather
caused them to admire our courage and re
spect us for our devotion to party and its
Having thus become identified with the
development of the material resources of
our state and nation we feel that we are
justly entitled to some recognition.
Of the various offices within the gift of
the state and national administrations in
this congressional district none are tilled by
c ilored men. We therefore urge as a princi
pie of justice and rlLrlit, the appointment of
colored Hu n to sllitHl.le v.itiouii, und thus
give practical effect to the genius and char
acter of our free American institutions.
Resolved, That we ask as a matter of jus
tice, representation in the municipal, county,
state and national governments.
Resolved, That a delegation be appointed
to wait upon the mayor, county ollicials
and governor of this state, and that a copy
of the proceedings of this meeting be for
warded to his exceil :ney, l'reside it Jfayes.
, -Resolved, That the committees splinted
from tins meeting, report their action on
Mondav ni'dit next.
The report of the committee was unnni
The following gentlemen were appointed
to wait on the mayor and county officials:
Warren Wims. J. Gladney aud W. T. Scott.
W. T. Scott was chosen to wait upon Gov.
Cullotn. Ho will leave for Springfield Sun
day night, Sept. Stli. ltTS.
The proceedings were referred to a com
mittee, with authoii;yto have them pub
lished in The C'Atito Bulletin, after which
the meeting adjourned.
G. W. Tanskii, Chairman.
Samuel I). Tayloh, Secretary.
AxoTiiEit Fat Man Reduced. H. A.
Kuf'us, dealer in dry-goods, Woodhull, 111.
writes Rotanic Medicine Co., Buffalo, N. Y.,
June 22d, 187.1: "Gentlemen Please find
inclosed $."i.0O, for which send mc by ex
press, Anti-Fat. 1 have taken ono bottle
and lost five and one-quarter pounds.''
Lettf.u List. Rrown Ann: Bennett
Celie; Rurlett .lone; Courtney Susan; Clark
Miss M. C; Dodd E. R.; Dixon Mary; Dis
inone Maria; Fcithe Addie; Fields Jessie;
Fleruoy Ella; Hiimthon Clarra; Law Ellon;
McGinnis' Maria; Martell Heraania; Slado
Sarah ; Suddarth M. A.; Smith Margaret;
TarrPille;Taileur M.; Tanner Bell; Watt
Mrs. James; Wilson Jane; Whiteside Lucy;
Anders" James; Arnett Nenl; Aunia
Reuben: A. R. 2; Rritton Ed; Batigh
Isaac; Burgh James E.; Rroniwell W. R.;
Bnrnheart William; Dairy A. II.; Calvin
James; Crow Newton; Cocks Matt; Calla
han Patrick ; Darrah Henry; Davis John;
Ellis George; Freeman Lcwis;Green Elgza;
Gordon Aron; Green James A.; Guthery
Roliert; Green Win. W; Hope D. ; Hol
lunt Jeremiah ; Ib'ily John; Lewis Lawrana;
Lchn W. S.; Martin Marshal; Mathew Jos;
Melton Piidgeon; MeCawley Walter; Mc
Caudlesss Win.; Outt James; O'Brien J no;
Phillips William; Rodney William; Scott
L.; Taylor John A.; Tarrance G. R.;
Thompson Jerry, Welsh David: Whitseil
Oysteus. Harry Walker receives lu
good order daily by express tho best Select
Daltimnru Oysters, which he is ready to
serve in any stylo day or night. Ho will
also dispose of them by the can at tho low
est prices. Do not fail to call at the Crystal
COLLAPSE OF TUB "BULLS."
THE "llEAIts" CONTHOL THE MAttKET, AM)
CAIRO II AS ANOTII Kit DAY OK CALM AND
CON FIDKNCK NEWS FIIOM AMINO THE
LINK OK THK MISSISSIPPI CKNTltAL l'l' TO
NOON YESTERDAY, AND FIIOM HICKMAN
AND COLUM IIUS,
. . A'Mce from Columbus upo yester
day evening ropoi t no fever, and an abate
ment of the uneasiness felt there for the
past three days.
Up to noon yesterday for the 21 hours
previous, there were at New Orleans 2U3
new cases, 77 deaths; at Canton 12 new
cases, 3 deaths; at Grenada (1 new cases, 4
deaths; at Holly Springs 8 new cases, 5)
At Martin, or Frost, ns it is more com
monly called, alsitit 70 miles from here on
the Mississippi Central road there were no
new cases and no deaths up to last
evening. Our readers will recollect with
what avidity the "bulls" seized upon soimt
sensational news from this poiut a few days
ago, and swore by all that was good and
bad that whole families had been stricken
down with it. The outcome of that stuff is
that there has not been a single case of the
scourge there, although there were a few
cases of ordinary fever, and these are now
The following appears in the St. Louis
Dispatch of Friday evening: "Hickman,
Ky., September 0. H. Buchanan, care
Chase & CaUit, St. Louis: Wooten is dead.
One new case. J. K. Muse.-' On the
same day a gentleman in Cairo, 40 miles
from Hickman and from the disease tele
graphed !J0 new cases there during the
same time. Who is to be believed! The
Cairo man, or the person right on the
grounds with the facts to base his statement
on. Then has U-en "bulldozing'' about
this Hickman bttsiiess, und time will reveal
the causes underling it.
During the 21 hours ending nt noon
yesterday, llicknan had 0 new cases and
2 deaths. A gentleman well known in
Cairo, who resides six miles this side of
IlicKinan, was in town yesterday, and he
says a pbysiciin told him the day before
that from what he saw of the sickness, and
he had been right among it from the start,
he was convinced that it was an aggravated
type of tb" ntfninp fever a disease always
prevalent thire in one form or another dur
ing this s. iso.'i of the year. The doctor
has lived h Hickman and vicinity for
twenty-six years, and has practiced there a
sjreat ort'n of the time. The more the
features of the Hickman fever are exam
ined", the stronger the proof becomes
thx Hicktn ui has had j,o yellow fever this
By the publication of the following
op'uion Dr. Ritich has in a measure re
pared the injury he did Cairo in the expn-s-sioi
of another opinion of a different
nil tire a few weeks ago. There has never
bem a moment since the outbreak of the
pcsJIence that Cairo has been
in ranger from it. We have had it hete
thisseason at a tilil!! when the heat was
extriordinary, when our sanitary condition
was .in perfect, and when every thing was
favorable to an epidemic, if such a thing
were possible under our atmosphere. But it
has never keen possible. We have had the
same state (if things precisely every time
the yellow frvtr has been prevalent gouth.
Ceses have been imported, but they
never spread, and when we make this
assertion, we have the experiences of 1S7:J
before our' ojH. These experiences will be
re opened and di.-icussed at the proper time.
We not only hive had the fever here this
year, but every observant man in this com
munity will bar us out in the statement
that our quarantine has been ineffectual. It
lias not kept out people frotn the infected
districts. Duringthe past week there have
been more strangers in Cairo than for any
similar period, unless we except holidays
und other sjweial occasions, during a year
past. Indeed, this fact has become a matter
of common comment. We can not say, of
course, that these strangers were all from
infected districts, but they were utter
strangers and the presumjition is reasona
ble that they were refugees from the
scourge. So, in truth, Cairo in addition
to having had the disease within its limits,
has practically been without a quarantine,
and these two facts put together ought to
ho indisputable proof to every sane person
that the disease cannot spread here. Tho
doctor says: "Cairo, Sept. 6, 5 p. m. To
the Associated Press: From personal
knowledge anil inspection I am satisfied
that there is no yellow fever in this city.
I am also of the opinion, if the present
sanitary and quarantine precautions are
continued for ten or fifteen days longer,
that there will bo none at least
none will arise from any in
fection that may accidentally be brought
hero. From a careful examination of the
death record in the office of the county clerk,
I feel warranted in saying that tho general
health of Cairo is good, and from reliable
sources I learn that it never was better at
this time of year. For several days there
has been some excitement ami uneasiness,
owing mainly to prevalence of yellow fever
at Hickman, Kentucky, but I am satisfied
that there is less danger now than there has
been for the last month. John II. Raueh,
President Illinois State Hoard of Health." J
Wood and Coal.- Seasoned wood, Hick
ory, Qak and Ash, at 3 per cord during
September. Paradise and Big Muddy Coal
Orders taken for fall delivery at, 3 75 for 1
ton; $2 03 per ton for 2 tons; $3 50 per
tou for 3 or more.
i C.W. WiiEF.Liin&Co.
POI'l' LAB DISEXFECTASTH.
pj-iocisrix: ;diiug stoue, !
COMMERCIAL AVE. AND EIGIITTEENTII S'J
Sr. Louis Faih and Exposition. The
Illinois Central i ail road will commence sale
of tickets Sunday, September Mil. Fare of
round trip $.oo-tiekct of admission to
exposition includ .'d.
UNCLAIMED llAOC.Af.E AT THE ST. CHAKI.KS
AM) PLANTERS' HoTLI.x, HEITEMUKR
Consisting of the following articles:
One valise, W. M. Stone; 1 valise, W. L.
Lock; 1 valise and coat, G. Kny; 2 valises,
no name; 1 trunk. S. Minims; 1 trunk, no
name at St. Charles hotel.
Two valises, A. Campbell, and 1 sample
case, E. McElmv at Planters' house.
R. K. Eonew,
The Cairo City Cal company can sell
better coal cheaper than anybody for three
sound reasons: It mines its own coal totn
its own mines; it pays no royalty; and it
can and does land it at Cairo at lxdtoin
ti importation prices. Ti.cs" facts enable
it to do ju-t what it says it will do. Parties
in Cairo, then-fore, can putchasc 10 bushels,
or one ton. or ten tons at the same figure
that ion ton., can be bought. And the
prudent housekeeper knows that now is the
time to prepare for the cold weather coming
und lay in a supply of cheap coal.
Illinois Siat:. Faii: To bj held nt
Freeport September It! to 21. ISTs. The
Illinois Central railroad will sell tickets at
-no and 'tn--rii;tii fare for round trip. Tick
ets good ton-turn until September 2.'M.
Harry Walker w ill ran an y
delivering oysters in any part o
O.dors by p lata! car l wii; leee!
Notk i: to Shipper.!.. The city of St.
Louis has quarantined ng.iilist the delivery
of freights coming tr"iu the state? of Ten
nes...ec, Mis;s.ippi and Louisiana, as well
a from Cairo proper. In order to hisutv
delivery at St. Louis, the shipper must fur
nish a certificate that the freight is not from
anv of the state-named, nor from any in
fected district, shippers will ph-asc gov
ern themselves accordiilg'.v.
Jau Ji'ii vsijn, G. S. A .
Cairo, His., Sept. ):r,.
Mu.rcioust.Y Fai.se. We are authorized
to say that reports circulated to the effect
that pass-ngers traveling on the Illinois
elitral trains w-ro liable to he associated
with travelers from infected di-:ri s tire
vholly untrue. The afternoon train north
his made no ("ineci;,,:i with train- from
the south since M in h 3-1. and the night
train has made imv m!v.- the inauguration
of ((intrant in.. People tire just as s if j on
trains of this road n upon any other that
runs out of the citv.
Attention Hiherman Firk Company
No. 4. You are hereby notified that the
regular annual meeting of the coniany will
be held at the new engine house on Monday
eveuing, Sept. !th, at which meeting elec
tion officers for the ensuing year will take
place. All members of the company are
requested to be present.
P. O'Louojii.is, Secrctay.
For Rent. The Cuhl property, on
Holbrook avenue, corner of Twenty-third
street. Apply to
A. P. SniROEDER, Agent.
A Wise Deacon. "Deacon Wilder, I
want you to tell lue how you kept yourselt
and family so well the past season, when
all the rest of us have been sick so much,
and have had the doctors running to us so
long." "Bro. Taylor, the answer is very
easy. I used Hop Bitters in time and kept
my family well and saved large doctor
bills. Three dollars worth of it kept us all
well ami able to work all the time, and I
will warrant it has cost you and tho most
of the neighbors one or two hundred dol
lars to keep sick the same time. I guess
you'll take my medicine hereafter." See
I.l.TTIK COLEMAN'S LAUNDRY.
Mrs. Lettie Coleman, who has her
laundry on Fourth street, between Wash
ington' and Commercial avenues, takes
this method of informing her old friends
and natrons that she is at their sen
vieet, and solicits their patronage,
has reduced prices to suit the times.
H E. JUCE,
New Gun Shop,
Cor. sixth St. and Commercial Ave,
CAIltO, t ; : II.LtNOIi-3.
Units, Pistols, Safes and Locks Repaired.
Keys Made to Order.
CHOKE DOItlXO ON nUKACH LOADIXd OV'ns
All work KUiranteed mitlsfactory, at cheaper rate
tliau cau be ohtalned at auy other placo lu the city.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT
Wholesalo Dealer in Ice
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ( iRTON, WELI
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load.- a Specialty,
o k v i c i : :
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee
O'.l iii.' '1 for t.c tineijt;oa. or -for lnipnw-iiiu.li.
on o.u oio ; ier niet.iu,, or nrner coli.pouiiot.. tr.o:e
loark aim linn-i. I uvt-ni.. A-'iiim-n!. Infer
fciviicis. Appc-.ii. f"Uit fur liitriin,-.;!,. nt, anil
mi i ti'e- uri-;ej uio.er l.V- ruteiit l.u.. prompt
iv HH'-ijiieo in. ioeiioii ilea (isve h--.-,
tV I ''I' 1." 1 1 ' "" l'"t-nt Otfi,.. msv.tlll.
illi.l l.V 1 1.1' ,:i,,. lie nt.-il Is
Hell.;: i.J pe-tte to -I . S. pud nt !i-j;.rtni M
ami ei:-3.el in l'rt-it lu.ii; eii luh. 'v. i ti
loulit- (lu'ir ejreiie, noil .sore Pleets n.i.rt
proikpi.v. m ii v mi ormeer cir.uik, om-.i ttio-t :.o I
ftp- reiliole fr 111 W rifhllu'toll.
I V I. 'l'l 1 1' u nlel or .ki tih of
ji I i ' 'ii-' jour make ex
oniirstliil: Qi it fl''.!. ;i to pnti-ntahilllv. tre. .fl
eiu-.re. A;l mm "p"i-ilen e ptro t.y toi.Sileuiia! .
l'rl e low , niel no chau'e nn!e- l'&n n! ! te urul.
We r-Ii r ;.i W-hiiifo:;. to Hon. iM'tmait'-r
V -in ru U. M. Key. Rev. F. 1. Ponefl. The (nrmiie
American National ltiilik. to eflli la'j In the I'. H.
PntTt Office, am! to Senator ind Representative;
l:i ( oi.jre: an ep, '.!ly to our client In every
ht.-'.te In the ar.il in l.'si.mlu. AiWre"
C. A. SXOWcc CO..
Opposite Putei.t Ope.-. Wa'tilOiton. I). ('.
The Cairo Eox and Basket Co.
l 'looi-iii-r, Siding. Lath. Ktc
At the very loMe-t t; te.
H;i iug a Heavy Stock of Log's on Hand,
We art prepared to
SAW OUT SPECIAL ORDER?
Ou the Fhorteir.i otieo.
4 SPECIALTY minleoISTEAVIiOATLfVUEIt,
A V - ; nitiniifiu tore Flit ITJluX-MATEHI ALrt
C rae'ser, Cjik'.). Puckiio Iloxe, Slave. lledilit(
Hol.MAX'S LIVER PADS
Ohio Levee and