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THE CAIRO BULLETIlSr, APEIL 1G9 1870.
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(.I'ltt'HMtMHMit'MM.t'itHiOHMil'f.MitMitlMiltiHiMili.lMi'
IE HOLLY SPRINGS &
J CAIRO P
CAIRO K. R.
turn il l'AIll't'All.
T-lin Memphis .ippcal wyt : '
lf,ahMWi)lilif SiiinervllliTi'nncMee, arc
...inn iitiii I. turn.
'non which tho Puilucnli Keniuckian
I'Or 1 .. .
lllneillf US lUlluna.
'n trnu tliti rnil road will bo con-
dieted j In fuel we linvo no doubt but it
v"-lr6ad. 11)11 roan win iw oi grew, iiu
Muitnu'o to rndticnh. From Troy Station
11. .11;. uiirlima I. min nf flin tlni.st iiiri.
mr.i r ' i f... ..i..i. - :.... .... i. ......
.,,11 llUl.li Mliu .-in. v-w....... "
.ttA.'l ...1. ,,,)' 'Plm .ti,niW lit mil. Ill
IIRTf MlliWIUUgy ....... ...
'Vfer. Oib'on mid lltivwood counties will
"."T.fc tlin 1'nilutnli murkoCoVcr this nnd, tho
n iniuuciui nnu una rvuui- .iu uiviu
v iVon whV tno uno cotton Browing
i ill. Mlisihlppi. iii Vol! nsUio colton ro
""'inn down the Una bt tlid Central Mis-
'nif..'.,.,l ,o,l tluinlil nnt tpntl llu'ir cotton
I Rft thl muriM. J-Uuculi, it ulio will only
! it littrntion nnd ertiibllsh r cotton
' ', -itkct, can offer greater inducements for
ii'po liliintcrx along tlio route dcilgnntuil
" flan any other market within rmch.
. pn i.iiMiii(in tvlit. wIlli tlifi imil tlin
kik l v rvi: nw iviwvii ...... ......
.I. jMiipi)l Itivor road comnlctod. Padu
h jhouldnot bcconlo a largo cotton
tonrkct.
ot Wu, reproduce the remarks of tho Ken
oTckian to show thnt tho pcojilo of l'a-
'Wicah fully unilcr-tutid tho Importance of
Tprojwed railroad project, and properly
pltitnato tho character of the country it
,ill traverse. This being bo, it is u great
tl.lstake to suppose that when tho road I
fouglit to Troy station u point only u
' f ,w miles farther from Pmlucnh than from
tjUiiro tlmt lior enterprising citizens will
iiput nmko a determined effort to reap tho
. Ullt ui lis ujiuimivii. v .o Mw .
f.ir northeastern and northern connect
til'i mi can bo made at Cairo than raducuh
ill be nblo to offer, during tho next score
.fyenrsjbut these nro not all-powerful,
ho company controlling tho cntorprWo
,Jiay act in tho prehilscs, not in accordance
'vith tbclr Inclinations, butiu necessity
ompcl them to act. For example: Tho
: iountry Interested in tho road
urtu.t furnish tho mentis to provldo tho
Tosd bid. If when, by sueh means, it is
1 brought to Troy station, ruilucah tenders
4io ri-mlred iwilstftiicc, and Cairo stand
i j.loof and offers iioililng, Taducah nnd not
'rv'airo will become tho nortuern tcr
iMillUv". ,
') Tho duty of our citizens,
ilifii. ! iiianlft-st. It is noth
nir morn or less than to secure, on the
' '..eit termrwo can, tho construction of tho
... :
Stinotlon railroad. An (miction to sup'
. eribo (100,000 in aid of that road will
oon bo ordered. If thnt sum will t-ecuro
,ts construction, who is so blind to tho true
nterests of our city as l opposo tho sub-
icrlptlon?
AROUNP-ABOUT CAIRO.
Col II III III! '
Tim il .atliiL' den of Infamr Juno is
eiiiuvcil at a tioint onnoslto Columbus. Tho
Dfwileh savs : "It thuro ever was a pro
,jr niMect tor nbtimrlne torpedoes or u
,Ku Klux expedition it would bo Inst such
l a moral )iet hoiio n this Juno."
Tliu following paragraph from the Col-
UumbiiK Unpatch means more inan h
aut ayi , .
fjome young men in Columbus aro salil
. i be bittcrlv opposed to tho admission of
ftli.i . . ..' ...i i e. i..j l.. (I... .Iiv
"UIU leJlllllUHJ Ol vuiuiuu ifiiinii-a " v..,.
uPolleo Court. 1'or rniious atitaetory to
vtlu meivus, no doubt.
From the sumo papur wo extract tho
(('following:
A .trango man left a littln child in
1 thargu otii iicgro in Humboldt, one
I duy last week, while ho went to look
c'nt'UT hli baggage. It is suppo-ed hu has
't not yet found his baggago in ho has not
jj yet returned.
1 -Mr. J. J. llird tho coloretl orator of
jthi. city rwently iiddrcssed the colored
V people of Columbus. Tho Ditpuich says
it tluit llird urd pure Kngli.h and gave his
' colored hearers u great deal of good ad-
Is V'IC'
j Diicuilng tho force of tho XVlU Amond-
j-t mint the Dispatch says:
w It U a mooted question whether tho ne
i gr vi will jirobably voto ut our May city
i 'Jin. Tho 16th Amendment is us
v M4' jiii law now us it over will be, but no
I m altlcs havo yet been provided for failure
,'uc uply with" its provisions. Democrats
T generally hold that tho amendment never
lias been" legally adopted, nursolf among
. tW number ; and as our Stuto law say the
I lin k man shall not vote, it seems to us it
mvjM be perfectly competent for tlio.-u
fl who believe with us to reject his votountil
i compelled by threatened piiuUhment to
in pt it.
( linrlolon, Ho,
1 Iron Mountalu Ilailroad scrip Is in good
repute "in Mlsslstippi county.
1 Tho lust Charleston Oouritr says :
1 Deal &Co. will take Iron Mountain
I Bailroud scrip nt par in exchange for goods,
). it will pay i, on tho dolhir in green-
j backs for the tame.
li The Charleston folks held a hop at tho
Court llouso, a few nights ugo, which tho
u editor of tho Cou rkr eulogises us a grand
f tuceens:
1 The bello of tho evening, Miss Dora
Patterson, was dressed in spotted delane,
U iifxuriuut head of mitural hair In long
flowing curls, reminding us of "ltvron's
llaldeo on tho lonely eu-girt ile."
In tliopr'esonee of such u lovely girl tho
aforesaid o Jitor had the bad tiusto to "watch
the wheels of nature's mazy plun to learn
7 tho futuro by tho past of man." IMiuw I
"Why did'nt he keep his eyoon Dora?
Tho CovrUr ys that Mr. Maurieo Mo
run, of Charleston, is the owner of a dark
buy pacing inure that can too tho mark,
and make Iter mile under the saddle, in
Mlmwmttowu Illliiol.,
The '-Fakir of Ispahan" is entertaining
'4
tho Khawnecltcs with wonderful feats of j
legerdemain. He calls out crowded
houses.
Tho Mereurv, of tho Mth, sneaks of the
oxploslonlof Cliaup & Willis' suwmill, sjt-
uated about ftvo miles from Slmwnoutown.
The engine and machinery wero torn nil
to pieces. Loss about 1,'00.
Mr. l'cubody representing tho Spring-
flMd imil Sniitlipiislcni rnllwuv. was in
Shawnectown on Friday of last week, and
paid ell'iill tho local claims jigaiust tho
road for labor, material, etc.
SPEECH BY HON. J. M.
CREB8.
THE IXKJUITOUS TAUIFF.
A Tiihuto to Democrntic Patriollsuu
On tho l'Jth instant tliolIouKi) having tho
Tariff bill under consideration Mr. Crebs
said :
Mr. Chairman. I move to amend in the
two hundred ami Ilftectith line by striking
out tho words "or other nnimnk" I" do
not wish to occtinv time of tho committee,
which is valuable, In useless, discussion,
Hnd tliercforo I havo thus fur in tho con?
sldcration of this bill refrained from'1 tho
expression of tho views I hold, contenting
myself by occupying my placo constantly
on tho floor of tho liouso and giving my
countonunco and voto at all times and on
all questions that havo arisen hero in tho
Intercut of a reduction of duties as imposed
bv tho nresont outrageous system of tax
ation upon tho laboring mnsseJ tinder or
by tariff or tax upon imports. For the
last four months wo havo heard ulmwt
daily upon this tloor lmpasioned appeals
from tho coal nnd Iron interests of Penn
sylvania and tho general manufacturing
Interests of New England in behalf of la
bor ns against capital, anil particularly in
behalf of thu laboring limn of the West
and .South, nnd as ngainst tho Representa
tives of theso sections of our country upon
this floor. Wo uro learning dally from
tlicsa sages of Pennsylvania and New
Knglond that tholr sympathies aro not en
listed so much in behalf of tliclr own sec
tions, abused and downtrodden ns their
pooplo uro for want of proper protection to
their interests, hut they go out lnrgo nnd
free, daily and hourly, honestly nnd faith
fully, in behalf of tho poor laboring men
of tlio West nnd South who do not under
stand their own Interests by rrason of
their ignorance, and where Heprescntn
lives unon this tloor aro ulso blind to their
best Interests, nnd it tliercforo becomes
their duty to step in to teach them duty
nnd direct them in tho march of progrr-s,
Mr. Clinlnnan. lhavo for years wonder
ed that tho peoiilo of tho "West should bo
so lone controlled by thu siren cry of Now
Kngland for protection of American Indus
tr est that it should Iks ruvorlieratcu so
distinctly over tho hills, tho plains, tho
mountains, and vallovs of tho West and
South, and that such heed should havo
lieen e;lvon to it ns heretofore has been
true. Tlut while hero under tho Porno of
our Capitol and in tho Halls of legislation
1 tlml tlmt ovnrv nvcnuu of annroaeh is
crowded with lobbyists In tho intetcst of
protection, unil Mint every mull comes crow
ned with their written appeals; inai in
ovory available method, by use of tlmo nnd
labor and canltal. their causo Is advanced,
and at tho samo tlmo ouUhlo of these Halls
wu hear no voice in tho Interests of tho
lalHiring millions of tlio West, no lobbyists
hero to urge their claims, no organization
to further theli' Intoruuls, I cuunot bo
lnni'ur ustonislied. Less than thrco mil
lions of our population are to-day engaged
In manufacture, of all kinds, while thirty
seven millions or inoro nro engaged in tlio
various other Industries, nnd yet wo
find upon tho floor of Congress nnd in tho
lobbies aud corridors of the Cupitol u him-
dred men laboring in tho interests of man
ufactories .wliero 0110 voice is iienrti in inn
interest of toiling millions engaged in all
other industries.
Durinir tlio war, Mr. Chairman, and
over sinco until now, tho cry thnt has kept
together thu discordant elements bunded
in opposition to tho Democratic party has
been lovaltv on thoono hand, nnd treason,
traitor and eonnerliead on tho other. The
iirL'timent usuallv advanced niralnst any
iiieartiro promised bv a Democrat wus tho
crv treuson, traitor, or eojiporhoad. The
merits of tlio quotion wero lost In these
einiitv plirno. it mailers noi wnai wus
tlio true position of tho Democratic party
during tho war or j-lnce and 1 am not
hero to defend its record : 1 am willing to
leave that to thu impartial historian who
will record tho facts when tho prejudices
and paslon of tho present hour havo
pased uwiiy, and justieo nguln rules in tho
lipurts of men. Hut I cannot refrain from
savlnL' nt this tlin u t Implo word in behalf
01 llltll glorious oiu pari), www in-uru
Ulls tu large a siai'u in our umimu un
ion. In 18C0 our country went through
tlin bitterest political utruirtrlo ever known
to our people. It 'was inserted every
where throughout tho country by the Do
iniifirutio IuiuIum. of whom tlio leader.' of
tho Heiiubliean party of to-day, In the
Wit nt loat. were chief, that tlio uleetlou
of Abruham Lincoln would roult in war
and thu destruction iff our iyteni or gov
erntni'iit. This Proposition was denied by
Mr. Lincoln's friends, nnd by them tho fear
of war was treatiil with ueri-ion. Aim
will nny man now say that tho Deinoeratx
in that cuuvust did not tell the people
what in L'ood faith thev believed? If
tliev do, they nlmply convict tho leaders of
. .. ' . . .r ... .1 r I... I..
tliu iiepuuiicun jiuny oi io-u ui mom
ceritv at that time.
And vet, Mr. Chairman, after Mr. Lin
coln wus elected and quid i tied, and tho
very stato or allatr canio nnoiu us jiropne
sied bv Democratic leuduro, nnd when
tiower wasln thu hands of thoo who Dem
ocrats prophesied If placed in power would
brim? about this result, wo tlnd when the
contoit came, when thoqucstlon was furor
ugainst tho countrv, that nlnety-nlno out
of every hundred J)emocrats wero truo to
tho country and her cauo. AVhilu tho
Republican masi-es had but to follow tholr
party mid purty loaders still in tlio war
as they had in tlio political contest Juit
passed through, and whilo hundreds and
thousands, vea, and hundreds of thousands,
in supporting tho war nnd tho ndmlnlstrn
tion regarded It simply ns supporting
their party and purty hiiccess; nnd while
with them honors, emoluments and riches
wero tlio rowurd of loyalty, the Demo
crutlo masses of tho country placed
upon their country's altar not
only their lives, their lortunos, and tholr
sacred honor, but all their prejudices and
education us well, to them wero presented
no fat contracts, no high-sounding titlos;
their glory und their honor had to bo won
In tho ranks us tho privnta soldier; their
ruwurd only as u conscientious discharge
of duty. And I can say hero without fear
of successful contradiction that go whoro
you will in tlio non-seceding states, and
where Democracy wus strongest in 1WI0,
nono tnoro freoly camo forward to risk
their lives in defenseof their country.
1 havo been led, Mr. Chairman, to nmko
thetii.remnrks in order to show how our
people of the Vot have been for tho last
few1 years induced to follow blindly thu
crv of New England and Pennsylvania
lor proleeuon oi American inuusinet ,
that cry of protection being ever
prefaced "by tho impassioned nppcnl that
llio iree-irmio men oi me i est worn trai
tors laboriiiir iiL'.'ilnst America and Ameri
can interests but .Mr. Chairman, 1 trust
that tlmo 1ms passed und forever, that
tireiuilieo nntl pti"loii will not longer
lead men to disregard their best interests.
I am proud to know thnt Democrats from
tho West who periled their lives ill their
country's cause, and Democrats who nobly
sustained true principles at home, can to
day unite with Republican soldiers and
statesmen in opposition to tills most ini
quitous tarill system, and in lavoroi reduc
tion of imposts"; and I am further gratified
to seo that so many men of tho West on
this floor, earing not which party succeeds
lire willing to come forward in behall of
too great agricultural interests ol tlio
AVest and South, und in total disregard of
party ties, und together labor in the in
terest of lionet toil at ugainst capital uiul
protection.
Jlut 1 have wandered from tho question
at issue. -My motion Is to strike out in
linu two hundred und llfty the words "or
other animals ; '" and 1 do so for tho rea-
.1... T , . 1.. t. ..!..!.
sou imil, x icarn iiini. in i.oi;"1"" u timn
in imitation of Astrakhan skin or fur
is manufactured of tho hair of cattle,
which, colored as it is, bears u close resem
blance of the genuine Astrakhan; nnd
can only bo worn by thu wealthy and
great, tl'iis imitation is warm and comfor
tuhle, wears well, and looks well at all
times, nnd hns thu advantage of being u
cheap nnd comfortable wear. Astrakhan
elotli is made, as i nuvcsaiu, oi mo uair oi
cattle, and can bo miitiufiietiircd in Eng
land at Mo. per yard, or square yard, and
will compare favorably, to far a- wear and
appearance Is concerned, with tlio genuine
Astrakhan, valued ut large .um- persquaro
yard.
Now, as I understand this provision of
the bill under discussion, It Is Intended
that this cheaii elotli that will only bo
u-cd by tho laboring classes, this cloth
costlng'but liO cents per yard In the coun
try of Its manufacture, shall bo taxed no
heavily u to prevent Its import int.. thU
country, in order to build up manufacture
ofthat'cla's of goods In this country. Thu
hiiir of cuttle being cheap in England, thu
miinufactuni of tho fabric can bo
mndo prolitablo nt 00 cents per
square yard. Now wo propose
to tax "it CO cents per pound
of the cloth, which weighs two pounds to
tho nqunro yard, making here, in addition
to tlio price, per square yard, i? I. Hut the
committee having ehargu of thi bill aro
not willing to stop here, but they mid in
addition !'" per cent, ml vatvrrm ; so that
tliu poor woman of thisemmtry wlmis not
able to buy a real Astrakhan cloak, but de
sires to buy the Imitation cloth that looks
ns well and is nearly as good, must pay
ilrst tlio original English value, oo cents
per vurd; and say it take for a cloak three
vurils, which mukes $1 80 as the original
cost of u womun's cloak. Hut under this
bill, In addition to this original cost, oO
cents ii pound is placed ns u tax, making
$1 n yard, to bo added to tho cost; and not
content with thl, they udd 3.1 per cent, ud
valorem, nddlng about -5 cents tOt tho
goods per yard, showing tho cot of the
goods in England, without tarill", CO cent
per sqnro yard, making $1 80 as a price of
u woman's cloak In this country.. Jlut me
tier this bill not only does she have to pay
tho said cost of SI SO for the cloak, but
must pay 50 cents per pound; adding to
the price of si cloak $3 duty and milling
tlio a.1 per cent, ml valorem makes 'Ji cents
per vurd more, making the price under
tlio tariff for u cloak $5 55, of which S3 73
Is a tax, und thu balance, only ?1 80, is the
real price of the cloak. I hope thu amend
ment will bo adopted.
TRICHINA.
A JILANDVlLLi: FAMILY POISONED.
FOUH DKATIIS K.N'Sfl.
Prom (lie Columluis DliqMtcli.l
"Wo learned of a fatal cute of poisoning
which occurcd in llluiidvillo, Mallard coun
ty, last week, the cinuiiistances of which
leave little doubt us to its having been tliu
result of trichina, or thu pre-enco of
microscopic parasites In purl; eaten
by thu victims u (iermnii fam
ily by tho name of Heydaker. It seems
u'lium was purcliasrd, of which Mr. nnd
Mrs. Heydaker nto considerable quantities
in u raw'state. fsooii utter M r. lloyduKor
was taken sick, nnd Dr. J . .S. Sea was
called in. Tliu doctor did not ut tlrst dis
cover anything ulurmiug In the symptoms,
but tho patient grow worse, until Wednes
day evening when ho died. In tlio menu
tiiuu Mrs. Hevdaker became 111 with similar
symptoms. l)rs. Jewett und Smith were
called In for connotation, hut nono of
them were familiar with tliu symptoms,
nor could afford relief. On Saturday Mr,
Heydaker died, und on .Monday o'f tills
week, the two little children who had eaten
of thu pork died u similar death to that
which hud taken uwuy their father und
mother.
Tims four persons In all wero pol-uned
by the one fatal meal. The two children
a girl and u boy wero aged respective
Iv alioiit seven and two yearn old. One
little girl, of un intermediate age prob
ably uImiiiI livo years old who did not eat
of the meat had'uot been taken sick at hut
accounts
From all tho circumstances attending
thu deaths, thu physicians are of the opin
ion that they wero occasioned by trichina.
Thev have sent the stomach of ono of the
dead bodies to l.ouisvillo fur examination
aud analysis, which we doubt not will con
tirm the opinion of the rc-idcut physicians
oflllandvllle.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
yA.vn:i,
TWO BRICK MOULDERS.
Tho undersigned uiints Tin Hr k MnuMerH,
one uh'i tlmtouKhly understands m tiinimd Imrn.
Ilij,'. The lilghest wnai'S will heiMid The hands
are minted iliiliiedliilely t-atisft. l .ry relcielicm
renMirel. Address, piunonally or l ynml,
15ilt IlkltTfiA iflMW.-.-, imn, III,
N
onci:.
Ottlcf of Cairo City Kerry Co.,
uiiiro, in., April in, I'.e.
Notion In hereby HiicnthaUiti election fur seim
(7) Jlirictors of IIiIh coinpaiiy, lo serve fur tho
eiiiiiiiiK eur, ill ) held nt thuollieoof tho emu.
imny, In the olllce liuildintf of thu Trimlc v of llm
Cairo City I'rojii-rty, corner of Vushlni;tou inenile
mid Kmhleeiithhtreet, on Moieluv, Miiy ad. IsT",
at MoVlock, n.m. T. W. ll.U.l.ll'A V,
April la. la7Q id Secretary.
WANTUO Alejnmtnr t'uiiniy Urders, nt Su
velns,Hiid t.'ity S'rip nt tJiei-nts on thodol.
r, for ulkluds of Lumber and UlllUers' Mat.
criuls. W W, TIlOltMON. mil3dlf
C0MMBSI0 PORWARDWa.
j" 171. IJIIMiIlVSif0.,
HucoCJ-or I" K. II. llnll'trlclis A Co.
FORWARDING
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WHarf - :ooat
PROPRIETORS,
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Miti:it.i. aiv,n:en mam: ox to.v
fsKIXMEVIN.
r3Are lireli.ireil to receiie, store nlld fornrd
freights to nil point", nnd Imy nnd sell on com.
mission . ...
Ki-litliu'"ntlt'niliMl tiinllli proniptncM.
J. II. P1UM.IN,
iM ossorlo Porker A l'hilh.
(ir.vi.itAii
COMIVIISSION
And Dealer In
Flour, Meal, liny, Corn, OntM,
Itran.
Cor, 10th St.& Ohio Levee
OAIKO, 1M.IXOIS.
jm
BARCLAYS'
DRUG STORE
No. 74
Oliio Levee,
rum: iutniss
c(imim:ti:xt assistants t
IUIASONAIILi: THICKS!
Our Ciiiods Our Hft Itelertnre."
JAIiCLAY JJK0S,
!n the l.ire.t nnd roinplelfst "loek of
izer.'N,
1MIXTS.
OILS,
wye si rri s,
And p'norol K'oodK in their line to li founil b
twfcti SI. I(mis nnd Mcmpli s.
In Our Prescription Department
We 11-0 none 1 -lit th"
I'llUKNT AXOMOHT Hl'.l.l Altl.i:
MEDICI3STES
3aixti:s .n.iTi:iu.iiiS.
A Inll line of
VurnUlirs, ' Oil,, PuliU llriilirf
Jlur, .sf,, te,,
IN I.Mt-.K STOrK.
j.t 2t3rtxcly'.
n. visi OIL.
Genuine Article,
Jlixl 1,-cclvnl Ironi nr. Iliiiiillii'k I.iilx
riilory, ill Clilriiuo.
ll- ineriis n li tin I .ne need no IvertHliI" i
TIiih noti s (lily to inform you that it ruiile
mpidiedto
jv hakc'lavs'
CoIoikvs,
i:xlrius,
JNiiial4N,
Soaps, ljiv.
AM. OF Till-: lli:STQI!AI.lTY
rpm: .ii a I. a it i a ki(,
For Chills and Fever,
Ik IIm in (Ml i cine tlmt licnts nil
other.. ItAI'CLAV ItHOTI I
s:iCS hnvu it himI ri'CoiiuiiciMl It.
17ssi:'i: oi' j.v.n.tic.i
j a.iii:K,
Pure and Strong,
To lie hatl by tliu NIiikIv llot tlu
or. nt VliilfHiile,
J.t X3vaolyi a'.
lOAI. OH,.
Standard White Oil,
i.v imiimi: oitoi:it,
For snlo in qiiunlltli'H, froi :ii
ono hnrrcl nml upwnrdH, lo w
rort nsh, nt IIAKC'l.AY 1IHOI i.
JJIIYSM'IAXN
Country Merchants
AM) OTIIEltS,
Arc invltfil lo e.vninliM- our
stoch.
Xsnrolay 33r
NOTICES.
'Ihf iiiminil incidliu ol 111"' llonril nf Mroclors
of thi' Cairo nnd Viiitiiii l II. Oo,, mil ls hidd
hi lh nlliri'of ill. ("omi'ioiy In tlm liiilldinuof I )i
Trilsti-i's of tho Tniro City I'roiirriy Couii'iiny, for
m r Kuiliti'cnlt. slri i't mid Wnslii snm , i iiii, In
Un. i'iiy on Tiifuiuy, April '.'.ijtli, IK7U, ut lu
uVWt lni in. II. II. i.Alt.M'.H,
Cairo, llliuoih, April "Ih, IkTo. Tints.
uMild
DRY COQSS.
Duy .oois iar fouutu
WAItU.
WM. KLUGE
Hns Introduced Into Ills l'otirtli Ward Oroeery
I'stnlill.ilitiiciit a
DRY GOODS
EinbrntiiiK every nrllcle limiutly found In tin) re
uliir diy Koods- houses of the oily
STAPLE AND FANCY IHtV (JOOIIS
(IF r.VKHV DKSCUII'TIO.V,
Hosiery, Notions, Boots, Shoes
And acninlelo asiortmcul scnorally.
The piitronne(of Hip ntiMlo l Invited, tlm nro
prietor KiiHrruiiti'diiK to veil anything In hl line,
vni'iiier i'ij ,uuus m ,iivi-ih , i. ......,.
thev enii bo iKiusht nnyttliero la tlio city.
Itl'MI'MIIKIl Till: I'l.ACKt
Next limir w Cnrncr r ruilnr
VI....I..A..II. UIhai.I
nun ,s iiicn i niii .tii j-.i,
Thn r.i.sisnisv FcinhlUhmnnt at
UIU UI VUVI J
ihn rnrnfimf Commercial Avenue
and Sixth Street will bo main
tainor! as usual, ono or tho nest
stocked in the city.
GROCERIES COMMISSION.
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CROCER
10
'OMMlKMIO. MI'Ht'HA.Vr,
No. 72 OHIO LEVEE,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
H'mrirprrnrr, Mrrclimil ut Calm.
Q. 1. WILMAMSOX,
CROCER
PRODICE
ASH -
C'O.M.MISSI .1IKKC1IAXT
No. 7 Ohio I.imci',
CAIRO, ILL.
Nprclnl aUeiUlon Kltrn to Con.lun
turiiUaiid I'lllliiK OriUr.
W. ("trntt' ii. T. Iilrd.
gTKATTOX V It I HI),
(Sucees.ors tohtmtltn. If it lfn A llrk,)
"VVlioleKitle
CROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Q7 OHIO Xj in XT 13 33
CAIRO. ILL.
Acriil or Awrrlean I'oMilir Co.. nml
Muiiiilavlurra,AKf ntN lor Cutlmi Vnru.
rtcKitDHiu:, m;wiii;k
lU ItV A CO.,
rnACTicAL
MARBLE WORKERS
iners
AMI
131 rOK'ITItS OF ITALIAN .MAItllLi:
M'OT'II tJUAMTK. Ac.
WnilHOOM'" AND WOIIK SIIOI', COIIMIlt ill"
Tlllltl) AM) hi. ANN hTltlWX-1,
Monimiunti, Vmili., (irm Ht"in . Molli;,
rimnUnit, ic, jrouled vi Itli nujiurinr work
iiiniiship, id lovM-st iric;. .... 1
J:iikIiIi. i.i rnmu mid llohrtv. Iiturlni! don.
'nitnrMHBi!iWlriinlt Kijrur, by lh l-st n-nl
lur I KuroiHs uiiinrt'il.
All work (jimrHiitfril.
Kordf. Kii., ni'1'ly f
C.'A KI' I" THOMAS, Aent,
Corner Kihtli Stn-i t nnd t'oininerr.iil Au iuit'.
SAKUTACIflRIES-SRIIOSB,
C1AIKO HKOO.M MAXI FAC-
TOItY
W. F. ML'KEE & BR0.,
llailng I'l-rfi-cli'd tlir rruiii nifnU for Uv
iiiHUiifactiireof
IN THIS CITV, Alti: NOW
PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS
Al n LOW IMIICKH HMllienninriinlU
ly of llrouiiu t-nn lie iurclin-Ml
, Inn livrr.
im.'trili is Ic ft at the t-torc of (i. I'. Willliuiison,
or at tlio
Manufactory, on Thirteenth Street,
IIKTVKi:. W.ll.M'T AMI I'KIIAIt,
Will b iroinptly iiituiclid to,
Bju""l,r by 11111II fhonld bo nddronaod lo
Y. F. MvKi:i: iV into.,
1'. O. Urawi-rlStw, CAIIH. IM-
FARE !0 EUROPE,
TICKETS JOR SALE
l'AIIK iroin f.lvero.l, I.oiiiIonilery,
nKv or aueuIOWM 10 Cu,ro
8aO 0
NAirOKIt, MOIIHIS A OAJUKE.
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INSURAliCE,
H. II...1loi rls.
Soliiry l'nhlle.
l. II. S'llllllee.
Niitur) I'nhl ' mid I'- H
L'oniinissloner.
FIRE
HULL
CARGO
LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT
LIFE
Insurance
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l-IKI.M.V. HAItTFOIlO,
AhscIk I.HM.Ib ?
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Assi'lH .:i5il,UM 17
1 LTXA M, H A It I I HII.
AnHctH 70,:7 7:i
i Mivn.A.vii. n.i:vr.i.AXo,
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AvMl.x 500,0 OO
C'OXX. JU TFAL I.IFK,
Aho an.O0O,MO OO
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1,1 I'll ,V AFCIlM-LVr.
ASMt't i,.oo.oo 00
Kill. WAV IMSSKXii:itS AS
St lt l( i: CO., I1AHT..
AhhoI rtOO.OOO 00
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Ah.rf 4u:jn.sa m
Safford, Morris & Candee,
71 OHIO liKVJE;
C ty Nut ml liatib,
0vlxo. 111.
J. r Iter .fn 1 1 r. II !-.. s.
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s. iti:ti)i:x A co., aui.
FIRE, MARINE, LIFE
ti -
ACCIDENT AIj
INSURANCE
OH ! 1
Winter' lllock. corner . vent li
siri-'t anil Fointiicrolul
A en ut".
llllO, IM,i,i.VOIS.
We mrent th f"lliiii: llln, .ii-"
. and fir-dibi K cin,iuii
MKU(MIANTS In. 'n.. r C'hlrniro;
CAI'ITAI. ANI "fltl'M"1 IsMl.tll- 03
SF.CntlTV Ills. C' rNcv York ;
CAI'ITU. AM'MI.IM .Hl.OlI.tXJll K
COMMKItl'IAI. ln. ('( r ( lilrntrii;
CAl'lTAl. AM) hi M'M banHjIMl".
INIIKI'KXIU'.XT In-. Co.. ui" llohtmi;
CAl'lTAl. AND hi l;l l.i - Huao.xil'i oh
SANn.VMO Ins. Co., r Sprlnirllclil;
AT11AU AND M ltl'J.r-)....vi:i.1i,ilUT 7
AUItOltA lu". Co., r Aurora, HI. ;
CAl'lTAl. AND hturiA'h '."J0.777 Ui
STATU Fire In. Co., of Clorclftml, ().
CAl'lTAl. AND hi Itl'l.lS iUO,17 V
LAMA It Iiih. Co., or CIiU-uko.
( AI'IT.M. AND .-THl'I.l HI, 100,1100 00
n-liwi-llina nd roiitHiu., ili-r li.mdise,
htiMik., Muiiif.K't ri' nd M'ililii.T)', III..!-,
(iru Bill )-r'tii I. '" ui.,., ! ' nthi' ino.l
liu. 1111M1; UNiis. ill lli :d i nlliiiluuii.iiiU's
.1. s. ki:akim; .v :o., AKt.
71 UK AM M IKlXi:
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INSURANCE
lOMrANII.Kt
IS in ai"ii, TS". Y. :
ASSKTK 1,130," 10 2
Gurnuinia, IV. Y. ;
ASMVIN si.ons.oai
Hanover, IN. ?
assi:ts 7ao,7n'4
a"tepnllio, IV. Y, ;
AHsirrt. tJi,M5 00
O.ii.I.i W"K ! l ii.lrrwrllrr.'Auriicy.
Yonlcern, N. Y. ;
AhMlTS ,..H7N,0I 1.1
Albany Oity;
ASHtrrs Maa.itia us
IT'ii-om'iVis Fnnd,S.F.
ASM"l'f 8U7N.OOO 00
Security, IV. Y. ; M"ine5
ASSKIfi l,4a!4(li40 00
SSrStorex, DrtolliiU'-'. rurnlturi', Hulls nd
CiirKoos lnnd nt mt.'s n fnvorabln as t.oun.1,
perumni'iit nucurity will wnrrnnt.
IrP.pwilfuUyK..ftlin cllUeim ot Oilm, a
hr. of lholrfclruiiKf.
. X. lllUUIKS,
Olllco nt l'lrst Nntlonid !nnk.
INSURE!

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