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Tlie Cairo Bnlletin, May 3.
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vrir iviHA" HOTELS.
OoorRO WHUi sny III hl pcr llmt
llierer.ro'liotel. In 'iw York city, oociipy
ilngKoo.lilKHaiul mahlnj,' n rcwlnjln
fridrvn pitcnUl.i.n nniiruiif, wlilcli
are In reality den! of tli!ev. In these
hotel, Georgo aicrl, uc!i a thing m a"
lionustlv rendern.1 aecotu.t Is "over
known,' while the tittering nf counterfeit
money to itrann, who nro on thu point
of having, und appropriation of money
hft with them on trtit, are almot regu
lar portion" of their business. Thcru nro
notable csluMllliiiient In which nil of
thew olli-nsc have for yenr been current,
and where tho opproprlallon of nwney
depotlted In tho nfe, In trust, limy bo
numbered by tho hundred. lllInolnn
and other ruralUU will do well to bear
thli creod In 'lluli wlltn
electing their metropolitan lintels.
Wilkes is authority, on thieving.
The Chicago rW4t'i iayathal n builder
there nroiofe to erect n largo block
-,lnt.. ointnlle til H lllltlt fVJtClll of
provldlncatld cn.il.liie; tho meals for nil
tho tcnnt of tho block. Kuch residence
or tenement will, contain only those
apartment In which the fumillc actually
live thulr parlors, sitting, dining, and
flceping room without kitchen, laundry
kitchen closets, or store- rooms. Kach
f.mllv will dinnomo with cook nnd laun-
drcc, avoiding tho board nnd wages of
Mrvanti nltocether. or of all luit s null n
may bo needed fur tho enro of children.
Tho kitchen and laundry 'luiitioss 01 mo
entire Mock will lu done at one commodl.
ou kitchen nnd laundry, located in tho
block, mid with which nil tho dwelling
communicate by bell and signals.
TUK CHIMXK AMU A SSA D OltS OA
The Chinese embassy havo nddresscd n
letter to MInlMer Curtln expensing their
sorrow at the death of their American
rhicf. "Ho had established, ' nro thulr
wordi. "tho closest relation of utility bo
tween our two coiuitrlo, nnd It vit hU
ardent dos re and object to unite tho nil
ttoiu of Kumpo In tho sumo Ixinds of
friendship nnd good will toward Uiinu.
They add: Hut If wo can cntisb tho bond
if frlondahln with which ho hat united
our countries to become dally closer nnd
rloser, though ho hltn-olfbo dead, his
work and hi fiimo will (till live.' The
sentiment is good enough to bo of Ciitioiii
lan, Imtcnd of Mongolian origin.
ir Tho Cincinnati Oominrrcuit I heavy
i m the Dcrnonal itvlo of controversy. It
hat been uualllni: tho Enquirer people by
name for some months, which has at last
galled the latter paper Into it violent nil
nwor, wherelu it says, in Italic: "Wo
' could havo secured tho silence of Mr. Hal
ktuad, and ho kuow H; hut wu refined to
lay ttiw jiflrn n-V.tl. Ui-iit-v III nmllg
naut personal defumatloii. And with n
view to bringing thu matter to an abrupt
conclusion, wo now -mil Mr. Murat Hal
stead it n low-toned, vulvar liar, black
guard and coward. Mr. IlulMcnd know
the name of tho writer of thin article, and
when and when to 11 ml Mm,'
, Dorshelmer, etc., are In your councils, let
tho fact be proclaimed, and let all govern
themselves accordingly. N'onro ready I"
' ' Governor Palmer, trim his smIo to thu
ranting democratic whirlwind by tho de
claration that "the war U over, and men
are to vote just an they pleit.it."
A New Yorker aiking for "dry rilllcry"
In a New lledford retnurnnt, was told
that they were out of that, but had soino
Tho Boston Wsuys that Schcnck likes
the income tax law, but it ll as odious to
tho people as an anluicl whoso naiuo
comes very near Schenck's.
Governor deary and other Union
league leaders want I'retMuut Grant to
help dovelop n plot for securing "the entire
negro vote under tho fifteenth uiuend
inent." It U r very curious circumstance, re
marks .the Now Vork W'vrlit, that no or
dinary negro field-hand from the South,
were he'to removo to MusmehuHitts, could
votij first, hocauo from his poverty lie
could not pay taxes ; und second, beeiuiso
lie could not read and wrile."
Tho Marysvillo (Tunn.) llrpnhllrun, tho
only newspaper In Tenneneo owned and
edited and published by negroes, suys It
will give thanks to nobody or party for
blessings to the colored racotecurcd by thu
flfifcoiith amendment, save to (!ol Al
Tho Cincinnati VolkMalt, (ionium and
radlcul, says t "Those leader of tho Ite
publlcan party commit a great folly who
believe that iluco they have got the negro
vote, they no longer need the Germans,
nnd In rupect to them no longer impose
ny restraint upon their nativl-m mid
f An nntli bill lm tieon Int rihliu'i.il lnln
' Uia senate by Mr. Kwyer, xhlch will re
lieve about half a million of porons, and
enable a great majority of tho southern
people to hold federal ofiiees. Now that
tho negroes have been attended to li It
about time to consider the wants of the
The Tribune docrlbos the free trudo ug
lUtlonainn effort to "dislocate and destroy
tfae republican party ;" which jierhap it
(, 'Jentleuun oppo.ite, ' h tho Trilmne
cry to those republicans concerned in tho
jnAvetaent, "you are welcome lo draw tho
jliim 6a the tariff question m toon a you
plMMt It Gen.Josejdi 1, Jlawlcy, Gen.
Btwart, h AVo-nlfird Mr William
Victor Hugo ii to take a second wife.
Thorp i the nnmo of tho"young Indy
about to become Mrs. Ole Hull. ; .
l'arnilny is to bo immortnllxed by n
tntue In the llr!tlh museum,
Mw. Scott Slddons talk of locating
-There are whisper that Clarn l.oul'e
Kellogg I engaged to n Hartford gentle
-Mtir.io. of tho French Academy1 of
Music, ha opened nn opera hotifo In
Mr. tiptirgeon lately nlluiled ton gen
tleman as "imo whocnncrvo his God, nnd
nt thu same tlmo paddle his own canoe."
-Heciinn oilers to back an American
for ljy)6o to light the winner in the
-A 1'hlladolphln musician named Mr.
Thunder I about to bring out .llo-slnl's
Mr. .lames 11 rook is remodeling his
Fifth nveiiuo rcMdcnco on a very expen
sive scale. Tbo'decoralion of his library
nlonc will cot fifteen thousand dollars.
Nicholas lllddlo, (colored) snld to ho
the. tlrst man wounded In tho war, was
chief inandiiil of tho celebration of tho
KlftconthAmendment ratification" ht I'otts
villc. l'a., the other day.
A Paris paper stnrts tho improbahlo
story that Father Huyclntho has been con
verted to 1'rotcstnntliin, and that he Is
about committing matrimony nnd taking
charge of n Lutheran church.
A New York dispatch to a lloton
paper states that on thu conclusion of tho
Mcrarlnndtrinlt tho friends of Mr.ltunklc,
himself a lawyer, will mako nn attempt to
have Charles Spencer expelled from tho
New York bar for defaming hi wife, Mrs.
Pore Gratny. lecturer of tho French
academy, I thu most absent-minded man
In Franco. Tho other day, on his way to
lecture, hu fancied ho had lost his watch
and took tho very watch but of his pocket
to fee If ho had tlmo to step back and get
Dr. Mary 'Wulker went Into the smok
Ing enr on a Texas railroad, and snatched
n cigar, out of tho mouth of n Texan, mid
threw It out of tho window. Hu lit nnoth
or, when she went for him again, when he
very properly punched her noso.
Jilthop MroMmayer. of lloslna an a her
via, the Hon of tho Kcumculcal council,
a man o years of age, of fine presence and
remarkable Intellectual and moral culture
The son of poor parent, ho ro.e by his
own exertions to hi present high posi
tion. Dili Hlniitnu Commit Hiilclitel
The LuCrosio Ihuuxrni ettll pcmM in
it insertion that Kdwln M. Stanton com
mitted iiilclde. It stvs:
JIu died In the third story of n house.
No onu win allowed to seo thu corpie.
Ho wan not laid In Mate, as the head of
tho War Duparlmelil lonM havo been
a other men of promliicncu lire. Ho died,
nnd wa kept from sight. And none of
them who culled to sac tho remains of the
'great ntntesinau' could obtain n view of
the corpo. In vain did his friends urge
that his remain should ho laid In state in
(ho War Department. Ill gravo clothe
were made to rover up his face. He was
n member of tho Kplscopal Church, nnd
that church denies to eulcMcs graves un
der it prayers nnd protection. Audio
havo made'kuown tha manner of hi death
would have been the casting him out
from church rile nnd Christian burial.
And thl would havo had great politic
al etl'ect, and so n constitution, called at
II o.elock at night, wa hold, and it was
decided that thu'truth mut not be known.'
And again, why wa hi body taken up
quietly tho week lifter Interment, ami an
other put in It place? Simply that tho
manner of his death might never ho pro
ven. - -
I.MIrr from Slur. IIuITiuhii In lilt
A llm ii)' Firterntli A iiiriulmr lit Crlr
lirnlor. Tho following letter was written by
Gov. Iloll'maiiiii rcs)ouut'j an Invitation to
attend tho tllVcnth amendment celebra
tion nt Albanv
Hlnle of New York.
AliMiir, April ti. wi.
.iir. i.iN.nnrii n. iarKnn, unioriiiail, AO,
Wilt. 1 have received, from tho conr
mltteu of which you are chairman an ln
vitatiou to attend tho meetlni; of "colored
citizens of Albany," to le held to-morrow
evening at Tweilillu Hall
Tho nroiiiuro of mv olllclaldutle at thl
jioritKl in tho year, us many of you know,
require may colntaut utteudanco at thu
executive chamber, dav and ovenlnc. and
it will, therefore, bo impoible fur me to
accept your invitation.
At tuu last election In this city your
people entered Into a new career. The
poll were opened to them freely and they
voteu without ninuurance.
J'rlvilegu and reponkihility go togeth
cr, hot mo earnestly and aiueurelv. look.
ing to your welfare and that of tuu state
and country, urge upon you tho necessity
oi lilting yourselves, as you nest can, lor a
iuii n)preciatton oi inu resiioimiiiiity ana
u wise cxcrclio of tho privilege. Do not
allow yourselves to bo influi'iiced or con
trolled by desalting muii who would use
tho "now power" a they call it for
their own advancement, but make tho
moit of your opportunities, in every true
and proper whj-, and act under tho guld.
unco of your own be.t Judgment as iiido-
pemleiil men, son to auvanee, as Tar a
posslhle, your own sulmtantlal intercut and
thu welfare of the community of which you
With thank for your Invitation, und
w iiii iiiiuprcion oi my uen Wlnlie,
i mo, terv iriuv vours,
ZaTJohu llrown t gun that with
wnieii no ueieuuei iiiinsuir at Jfurper'.
Forrv is nowin the iM)jeslunof ifr. .1
L. Adams, 1H Front ttrvet, in thiseltv. It
ku I'upmruu u' ieo. u, iiauuoipli, u
grandson of Thomas Jetferioti, who was
marshal of tho day ut ('harlcton when
John Hrown was hung, who foucht us at
III.. II. .1 . 1 I k ! " ,. . '
iiij; iiwwivi, uii'i i aiierwartlk COIIIiilcr
ate secretary of war. Wa presume tho
gun is for tale. X '. Tribune.
r A single red oak treo near Cornish
vlllo, Kentucky, has been tho gallows of
nf four victims of lynch law during thu
lat twelvo montlm
. Saturday's Proceeding.
hill ok iiimiT.x.
Tho Convention resumed tho consldor-
ratlon of tho Hill of Right. After much
discission and amendment, section 't wa
adopted in the following form:
Skction 15. Private property shall not
bo taken or damaged for public uso with
out jti't compenation, nor shall deduction
bu maun oi tieneiits its owner receive in
common with ndjacent lanil-owners. Such
compensation, when not made by tho State,
shall bo ascertained by n Jury, as shall
in) prescriueii uv law. tiio ten or lanu
taken fur railroad tracks, without tho con
sent or the owners thcreo:, shall remain In
such owners' name, ubject to the tuo for'
Willi It It is taken.
Section 8 was considered.
Mr. Skinner moved to amend bv In
serting after thu word 'make." in tho sec
ond line, tho words "by special laws." Alo,
to add to the section tfic words "or exemp
tion." no ucorcu mo nm amendment us
n defenco against tho growing power of
corporations, especially railroad, ,
-Mr. JlcUowell. or -White, moved to
strlko out all after 'Ike word "contract."
Mr. Church oihTo.,J .Mr. Sklnllur's
amendment. It struck at.tho heart of nil
that may hereafter bo dono In tho way of
cuuiruubJi .luwj it onu uvun inu expieni in
tention of the committee to keep All future
. - . . V I . I 1 i . ;..
contracts ttnucr control. Tins very ciauo
existed in tho Isconsin constitution, nnd
had not operated to prevent the construe
tlon or railroads. Ho did not wish to en
courago tho growth of any power that
was Huppcrior to tho Stale. It was true of
many railroads that they did not mako
dlvldond becauso they did not maku
monev; and what wns the reason? It
was liecatiso their otlleer had built
branches off toward private land owned
by them, using thu stockholders money
Mr. Skinner's amendments were lot.
Mr. McDowell's amendment wa lost.
Section 10 nnd all others vt cro adopted,
as ioi lows:
Skc. 10. Tho General Assembly idiall
not hum an v tx noil fntta law. or law Im
pairing' the obligation of contracts, nor
mako by special laws any irrevocable
grant of Hpcclnl privileges, or immunities,
Hkc. 17. Tho military shall be in utrict
Ntiiinruinaiiou to mo civil power.
Sua 1H. No soldier shall, In Unto of
peace, bo qunrlered in nny house without
tun consent oi muownur, or in tune oi war.
except In thu murmur proscribed bv law.
Bra 10. Tho people havo the right to
assemble together lor tuu public good, and
inaKn Known uicir opinions to their repre
tentative, and to apply fur rcdro of
Skc. 20. All elections shall bu frco and
Si:c. -1. Kvury person within this Ktute
otigni to n mi a certain remedy in the laws
for all injurie or wrongs which hu may
reccivo in nn person, property or ciiarac
tor. He out-lit to obtain lustlcu freely, and
without being obliged to purchase it ; com
pletely; without denial j promptly, ami
without iiciny : comormaiiiy to mo laws
Sko. A frequent recurrence to thu
liiuiiamental principle ot civil govern
muut Is absolutely ncceary to preserve
thu blessings or liberty.
TUK UILL or IlKHITS rUIlTIIKK CO.N'!lli
Tho convention rc-nemhled at two
.Mr. L'ui. moled that tho additional sec
tlon, presented by Mr, Ho, to the Hill of
KlKht. bu relerred to thu Loin mil tec on
Federal Itelatlons, Carried.
Mr. Tinchf rollercd an additional section
a follows :
"Any amendment madu to charters of
corporations now exiting, shall subject
theiu to future legislation.''
A motion to lay on the table wa lost.
Referred to the Committteo on Federal
Mr. Atkins offered mi.ndditional section
"Law may compassed permitting the
owners or occupant cf lamU to construct
drains and ditches, for agricultural nnd
sanitary purposes, auros the laud of
The veto by whtch the tho fifteenth cc
tlon wa adopted was reconldered.
A motion wa mado to except railroad
in tho provisions of tho section. I.o-t.
Tho i-eetlon wa then recommitted to the
Committee on Hill of Itight.
The committee nt oneu reported back
thu collon, and it wii nduptod, in follow :
".Suction K, Private property hall
not be taken or damaged lor publlu use
without Jut compensation. Such com
pensation, when not I'nadu by thu State,
shall be ascertained by a Jury, a shall be
prescribed by law. Tho feu of laud taken
for railroad track, without consent of the
owner thereof, ahull remain In such own
ers subject to thu use for which it I tak
Article 'i and H In the Hill of lights
were then sent to the Commltti n HcvW-
Ion and Adjustment.
'the article on itiiure amendments was
then taken up for consideration.
Mr, Archer ottered an ameiidmoht to the
substitute ollered by .Mr. alfdill. on thu
Kith Inst. Thu amendment i substantial
ly the soctlon In tho present ronttltiitlon.
Thu substitute of Mr, Mcdill was then
Mr. Huxton moved to amend by strlk
Ing out the word "double" in thu sixth
line, so that tho section will read, "to con
sist of thu number of member of thu Sen
Mr. Hrownlng moved to strike out all
after thu word convention in tho fifteenth
line. The part sought to bo stricken out
by thu amendment refers to tho qualifica
tion of member, and to ratification of the
constitution by tho people. Ho insisted I
that wo had no power to impost) liniita
tions upon those who come after us in tho
formatloti of organic law.
Tho amendment was iosi,
Thoouestlon wa then Ukei mi Mr.
Medlll's substitute, nnd it was adopted, as
Skctio.v 1. whenever two-third of
tho members In each branch of thu Gen
eral Assembly shall by a vote, enter upon
tho lnurnal thureof. concur that n conven
tion is necessary to revise, artor, or utuciid
the constitution, tho question shall hu sub
mitted to the electors at tho noxt general
election. 11 a majority voting at thoelee
Hon votti for a convention, tho General
Assembly shall, at the next lesiion, pro.
viuo lor a convention, 10 consist oi uouble
thu number of mcmhor of tho Senate, to
Lo elected in thu sumo manner, at the
samu places, und In tho suuiu districts.
Said convention shall meet within three
months after such election, and preparo
such rovitlon, alteration or amendment
of tho constitution u shall be deemed ne-
ciinry, The dcnoral Assembly ,hnll,
In tho net of calling the noiivchtlon, delg
untc tho day, hour, nnd pluco of Its moot
ing, tlx thu pay of its members and ofllcers
nnd shall provide for tho payment of the
same, together with tho expense necessar
ily Incurred by tho convention In tho
porformmieo ot It duties. Hel'oro pro
ceeding, tho members shnll take an oath
to support the Constitution of tho United
Slate and of tho Statu of lllinoi, and to
faithfully discharge their duties a mcin-
Lera oi me convention. The qunlillcatlon
if members shall bo tho nmu a that of
members of tho Senate, and vaenncic oc
curing shall be tilled in the mnitner of fill
ing vacancies in thu llencrnl Assembly.
Tho revisions, nltcrntlons or amendment
asnforcsaldsliall bo submitted to tho elect
ors for their ratlllc.itloti or rejection at an
oleetlon appointed bv tho convention for
thut purpece, not loss than two nor more
than, six months utter their adjournment
thereof, and unless so submitted und ap
proved by the ilector,no such revision, al
terations or amendment shall take etiect.
Hectlon 2 was I'len taken up.
Mr. Whittlng moved to strike out the
last sentence in tho soctlop, which pro
vides that tho General Assembly linll
have no power to proposo amnndiiHjnts to
moru than one article nt tho same session
Mr. ltos moved to -triku out 'onu ' nnd
Insert "two. -tliiit Riu'lidmpnt could he
Ottered' to two amendments at thu same
Mr. Hay oll'eied an amendment to the
amendment to the ell'eet that not more
than one amendment should be i U'-red to
any article at the satnosicn.
1 totlt amendments were laid on the table.
The section wn then adopted a follow :
Skction 12. Any amendment to this
constitution may be proposed In either
house of the General Assembly, and If the
samu shall be voted for by twinthlrds of all
tho members elected to each of- tho hou-u,
such proxised iimendment, together with
tho yens and nny, of each hoii'o tlnTeon
shall bu entered in full on their resin .-live
journals, and said uiu"iidinctit3 t, 1 be
submitted to me electors oi the Mute lor
adoption or 'election at the next election
of the members of tho General Assembly,
in ettcli manner its may l) pn-tcrilx-d by
law. The proposed nmehdmetil shall be
published in full ut least three month Pr
eceding tho election; and If u majority of
wie eiecior voiim; iu lino election naii
vote for tho proposed nincndmcnt. they
shall become a part of this constitution,
but the General Assembly shall have no
power to propose amendments to more
than ono nrtlclo of this coti-t Itutlon at
the samo sc'slon. nor to the same article
oftener than onco In four year
All Old I'nlliu)' ntplnded.
Thirty or forty j fr it a the fn.li'.in
linlnl-lsr .crfi.l .nrKtm-s ns ',.nnit nmli
clncs.'1 TvrriHo ilosi's hi salts and si'iiu . r.L.n.vl
and Jalap, i.tIuiiIht aalls wrre uix-n it- all Ihu
meinlK-M of h fauuly, wlicllirr si.-L or "II, l.y
way of prviHiriiirf tle-iii for llicwnrm wmtln-r i'l
ttrusi.. TiU hpriiieiiiiis riitiiin la ncurlv r.t
sulri.', but thi'ii'iirn some nt I lliiiirtiotis of (.rhale
me, iii.-iijti.m' ni-K in lurni Minm or iiHiriuri uui
Ilium, uhooltliiati'ly ( link lo II still.
.Ni.tliiiiKrniilil l nuns i.i'tnleloiis. more u'.Krlv
iin.hllO"0liK'nl, llmll sucli an oriilnilijlit on ttit
vll!"r ami i lmliellv of'tli). systiini, In nrdi-r to
raal.lu Ilii' .hjrsli'4l slriirtiirea In rr.'.t lliHi-nrii.
ttnc .l uoi airiiiir ilnmps nnil sumuior bnts
it thuiiM ti.li.ue.l uii'l rrihluri'i'il, not n lixnii nu l
weiikiwd. 'I hu Ih.sI nioil.i.i.iii.viii for tins tmr.
(ulila Is HlslHltr MOIJIiu ll lt.lli rs. Its MIm-I u
in tiinotlioMi.tiiiK li niel liver, ssniiy ri-lleio the
liourls frouinlis'rui'ti'iiis, bruv the nrir-. nn.
prove Hie ipiahly of tho Mon.i, Huiinhte tin. up
M'tite ad i lii er the spirit, lathis liniroil ci.n.
litloii tte erjsiiiiitn.il i-eu).U of resisting mi.
Iilalllir InA'li'in'i s, whlrh hmiiM prostrutx anrii.
fr.'leil SVSIt'lll. A llhriirolts illif.sllOti Is flbsn.
Iilti Iv I'ssHitlal to IiomII.'i, iiihI tlii-ra Is niidaiurriif
iiiisiiiiii.iriiijiirriniriirr.iiiri: iu Hi linporiiiit
"in. i-,1 iiii Kiimi , HAH 11 iin.ru rUIH lUKfll
ns a sioneii'iiic. .i.nrt in me nun. ln.eliiri's or
riinu'is Hiiisiiiiiy uik ma or I lie iiiifrrs, for
tho simple rcasnii ilml Iht-j' npfrnl" .sir nicnt
oulr. In faol. In ordiiisry .iw,l--, tire or si
ire-criilioii would Its ts-jn r"l liidrnilin e ji
nrali-lv. Hi" Immii lli'iul resi lis. Hindi an. ll. . ir.l
sioiiiiinni'oiitiy. rri'i narui'i .i""si i. in .,im
8MK3, immi SIC.
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senlt Mlillr, Itnlil.MI. I'Hiinlniliam
llrii. II. tMlllaiiismi, Mrplun Illr.l,
.1. II. SnlToril.
I'LvvliniiKo, Coin and
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IIA.VIDI, lll'ltl), ITtaldoull
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Collections Promptly Made,
I.xt-liuiiur, Coin, Itmik il('H
nnil rillfl NlittcM fSs'i-u ri
ll ox IIoiiKlit mill
Interest Allouod nn Tlmo Ilepnlt,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Xfiii f..r l-t braii'ls.of
CUKA.M AND STOCK ALE
Impovtocl J.lom orclif-
X. 7s OHIO LEYEE
jj m. m'i.i:x,
t (iM-tiisfsiox ?ii:uriiA.r,
No. 72 OHIO jLEVEE,
iirrtteirrri'iierH, .Mrrt'linnla nrCnlrii,
COM M ISSIO.V MEIIC'IIANT
No. 7(1 Ohio Level's
NperlBl utieiillon ulveu lo ("oimIku-
uii'Ula aud rillliiK Order. ,
gTllATTON A IIIKI,
(Siu-ccssnra loijirntton, niuaoii a narK,)
.Kfiit or Aoierlca.ii I'uwdrr Co., and
Witiiiilai Iurrr4lu-iitii lor S'oliou Vtsrsi.
6im A1TD LOCKSMITHS.
GUN I LOCKSMITHS,
t'simmrrrlnl ave,, ror. ot I Nlh Nlrrol,
OA 1 110 .l I.M NO H.
Manufii'MUir and repair nil kinds of
Guns, Locks,, Keys, Etc
UWorl won anted aodcliarKra rensonahtp.
.. .....SHI ,,
110 OHIO LEVEE.
COMri.TKXT ASSISTANTS !
"Our OiiihIs Our Ural llrrrrciirp.'' .
Ilai- thi- lariif.l ainl rorniilHcst slok of
An.l Bnrral oo,s In thi'lr lm In I' fumul
twtrn St. Louis sii'l Mrtntli .
In Our Prescription Department
Wo us, nono l.m Hi"
rrill'NT AMSMONT Kl.l.l iltl.K
A lull list- of
While Mail, Klsse, lrU WIHIf,
Varulshrs, Oils, I'mIiiI llrii.li,
lilur, SbF.I stC,
IX Ultii: STOCK,
Jnul rrc.lrril Irani II r, llnmlln'si I. ale
rstlorr, us CltltnKo,
Its merits as a innlirins in i-l no ..Itrrtisinit
This nntn'i is only to inf'.rin ju that it ian
A T IIAHC'IsAVS'
a ms oi' tiik iii'nt quality
rjllli: .IIAIsAKIA KIX(a.
For Chills and Fever,
In llio mcdldliio that bcutM all
ollu-rai. IIAHC'IsAY ItltOTlI
I'ltS have Uaiul recoiiiiiK-iiil ii.
Pure and Strong,
To lit- hail by Hie SIhkIc IIot(l(
or, at 'iVlKili'Hiili,
Standard White Oil,
I.V lUIIMl OIIIIKU,
For nalo In qitantl(leM from
one barrel aud upwardst, low
larj-UHli, nnRAIttTsAir IlltON.
Arc lavllcd to examine our
Biiroiar X-S x o ss
i:o. A. ClIHISJtlAlV,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER,
Culro. - - - - Ills
la nroliareil lu lk( ponlmcts for Ill6 PWllon III I
all klniN of Uriel; Ililslm'sa llonn's, Itesl.leiiccn,
rinir. hs nrHchool Houses, or llrlckwitk of any
oihtr I'liaraclor. Hu refers, wall eonftilPiioc, il
lila work 111 t'alrn ami elselieie, nileuc ot
tnsablllty In ilo tlrst Mass jous.
- 'irrma rraKunuuii. ,....
gT. CliA III llOTKIs.
I'n r. Til I id Mild .Hitrkrt Ntrrrln,
tSrr. IsOU 18, M o.
Term 2 I'cr Dnjr.
Bonse Fariifsheti Willi Best Spring Beds
llonss. rrlltmllv I'.c slcll. Itnss fur all Irnllis
ll.'iisnil It. It. Hrn'l ritcainlsint Tick) 1 otlii'c In II. v
J. Clfl'.SI.KV, I'mprlulnr.
-.AT Till! -
CIO CITY BOOK BINDERY
Is irriircl to
"f"iiiiiifuriir lllnnk Itnoks iiml tin nil
khiils of Hook llliiillntr it ml llnlliii:,
?3 OHIO LEVEE.
.A I.I.I IA Y ItUOTJI KKS.
WD I 11
Aliil Aifi'tits r f
OHIO ItlVHIt AMI KANAWHA
ISJo. 70 OIZZO XjXJXTUin
q . .'ui:i:.v,
nu. i isrrto 1 . i,(lcr.nA( j
K I I--, al
H V. )rtu I. ' A)l
YI.ISS V ..
Ill U.I I!" IN
An I (,rnrl
NO. 133 OHIO LEVEE,
(M.ASSWAIIK ami HOUSE I'UKMSII-
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Cairo, 11 lino in.
Jj .11. U'AUIK,
! DEALER IN FIREWOOD
is riti:iMin:i io iii.i, o it ok km
I'miui'tly ami saiiafrn'tiirily, with ii v.r) l-t
OAltk aml iril KOKT
l.ciirn 0 nlc is al lliilcn's Olil Stand
OH AT Till: I'OST.OI'l'ICK.
SOQTS h SHOES,
17I.I.IOTT, IIAYTIIOKX al
WlitiloalK Iirah-rs ari'l Mannf tclurrr'a
Boots 1 Shoes
10 COMMKIICIAIi AVE.,
CMt MO, BLMsM.VOMS.
I'lirllcnlnr A (lent Ion to Orders.
p. Ksntrr, uinmovn, im
joiii:ut v. Tji.iTCiiiat,
M MR OI L'A NT.
OO OHIO Xj-Br-ElXZ
Mole An-rnt for Hie HUIsi lime .ml
lloi k fo.' Clt:isKUKATKU I.IMC.