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lie Cairo Bulletin, July 15.
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i iiMi.i.oini(ll!)srii;.Ion;nl'oiil minor
iiaim . nn limp M In discussion
or dead even!: no iiinnireMnlloii of
narrow or inoscrlpllvc rvolliifr: no
sacrifice of Hip ciimsp to prnui) -
sotml nmlilllon or rooiuinpin. ,
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A tfomeniwn t ihTjmnew 'f the IMh
. ammonal JWjet of HIIo.;.'l"'
Metropolis, MMe w'f. "' Thutflny. I .e I.
"lh"Countir.ctnrrWnK ..1.1 In-lrlet will
I entitled to one delcjale for ooli l.iole. e-t
h,r Horatio Sentoiirlnle,an.l oncfoMa.'hliar-
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Uitnomtie papers In tho Dislrkl Mlli please
II Is mcotcl lliat li.-moci.ulo county conon.
lion, to select detente, hclicM on flic al .Man.
lay in July. 1
Litem) county .enda lull leloilioti.
Hr ruder nftlie Itmoeralic Central Coimnlllfr.
JOKIi . MOItfl.N,
'hiirriunlcm. Cen. Coin, lath Oniij;. Dit. III.
Tl.e le mocraey nf tlio l'irt ficnatorial District
willftemHe In content'on ntthv etly uf .Metro
puli, on Thursday, the tllulay nf Aiisiit,next,
ntlo'ti.'kp.iii.,fir the nomination of a caiell.
Lite toreprctenl hM District. In IhoMidnHetiule.
The ratio of representation will ho uiio dclcjfalo
fnrocry loo tote cnil for Seymour ami lllnlrnt
f l. lrut Presidential election, unit otiu delegate fur
eiery fractional part thereof In esee of fift) ton-,
M follow n l
Alexander - II Delegate.
MittK - Ii "
l0le .. I) "
dillatln.... M "
lUrtlln ' "
Hilltic ......... II "
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liV IXFAUOVS LAW.
The naturnllzatlon 1111 yiufod by the
prcu'iit ilndlcnl Congrcii, mid now rcmly
to. rocolvo tlio signature of thu l'rorldunt
umnlftaknbly exhibit tho nld Know Notli
Ingtjilrit In tho Jiudlcal pnrty, that lm
boon oTcralindowcJ during tho !t four
tccn ycnr by tho qucitlonf that led to nml
wore evolved by, tho war. .
It encumbers tho naturalization jirocp.,
before to i!milonndoay with conditlonn
uwi Unui( nil nvnonlvo to romply
with, and such m a mnn of ordinary men.
tal capacity will find It difficult to oonw
Under thU now, and wo must tny iiifnmvu
law, tho foreigner who whim to Inveit
lilmiclf with tho righU of citir.cnihli must
"l'pl.v not to tho Circuit Clerk or hit
county, as heretofore but to tho United
Stntci District Court. If tho ni)llcant
llro in Indiana, lie mutt make n iiilgrluuigo
of jcorciof mllo to IndIannjoli, that be
ing tho nly point In the State wlu-to tho
DistM t C ourt c.nvtnos. If ho live In Il
linois, he must watch bit chaneois mid visit
Cairo, Springfield or Chicago. He can
not appear by attorney. Ho must enter n
personal Appearance And this is not all.
Ho muit,tako with him witiicscs
to testify to liis good moral
chnractcrt and to tho tlncerlty of his pur
poscj etc. How many foreigners cuii or
will, subject themselves to thU oxpciisivu
nnnoying and ojiprcssive rotino? If con
gress had iascd n law declar
ing that hereafter no for
eigner shall bo entitled to thu rights
of citizenship, it would have impoied a bur
to naturalization scarcely K'n ellVctivo than
that set up by tho so-called uaturalixatioii
law about to go Into oiled.
Another foaturo of thu Infamous mciuuro
it set forth by anoxchance in the following
1 .Not only doe it encumber tho natural
izatton builnoss with Itinumerablo condit
ions and prerequisites which nono but the
nhruwdest lawyer can understand, thereby
making It next to impossible for u fur-
olgtior to gain these right's previously m
ussy ot acqulilton, but it meditates a direct
Interference on the part of the federal i;ov
eminent with tho freedom of elections ill
the several states. .Special nireut', or in
plain KiiglUh,;gOvornmetit spicunnd polleu
are to be upjioiutcd by tho L'nited Males
courts In every city having over twenty
thousand Inhabitants j those spies null
pollco aro to bo independent of all control
save that of the United States marshal, and
big toexcrciioa strict survelllnuceuvcr the
ballot-box aud all Its appurtonanees ami
belongings. They are to decide what na
turalization papers aro right, and what
wrong j or, in other word.,
they arc to say who and how
many of tho foreign born citizen, may
vote. Thoy are to do in the North for n
largo jwrtion of tho pcoplo just what the
federal soldiers did in tho South for tho
AiboJo people during tho reconstruction
process. This Is a long step towards cen
tralization, taking away, as It does, power
)iich belongs to the state, and lodging it
In tho bands of tho general government.
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u iuu.-uui.-u io eunioiiuaio ana nernetu
U tho rule of the present dominant jwrty, I
mnn ivlll lm in..l nvnl.t.!..,.!.. e.
ana will be used exclu.ively for thi,
i enc purposo oy tuo agents whom
Hy w 111 select for its enforcement. '
VJohii U. "Woodward has Uvu aji
ciW to tho position of Survojor of
jjowi at Fadlicah. Who is John K.
THREATEN EDWAn IN EUROPE
The Nlrriidlli nf lm l'oxrerx Mint nre
lilktly (' Meiiinio ln ill veil.
Now that nil Fouthorn Eutopo. U brlst
liii with bayonet, and on tho vcrgo of n
groat war, it will, no doubt, Interest our
readers to lenr'i the fighting strength ot
tho ropcctlve belligerent powers s
Franco lm ll l,C.'!,' snldlcM on tho pence
riiotlntj'.'nnd OtTj'JTl in tlit- Held, present
Inga grand total of Hourly l,l(i(i,000 men
Of tlioso. .170,1)0(1 nie ready to roiunul to
the tap nf tho drum.
Austria lias '.'7,1711 tnoii on the pence
footing, nnd 8.18,700 of a war Mrength
At lon!t 1100,000 are prejiared to iiiovo at a
moment s notice.
Could tho StMitliClorinan Confederation
or group of Stafet bo secured on the eamo
side, they havolSG.filO men on the ncaco
I it. or IS-MOtJ.'on the war footlm?. with
107.000 rffthwo prcparAl for instant ser
vice, fcueh n coalition would give Franca
tin? control of 770,000 lighting men at
61100, with tt iCorvj l,.lJ,l(i:i trained
On tho other hand, Prussia has, 720,000
men on the peace, or l,2ic,0o0 on the war
footing, with itoo.ooo now ready for opera,
lions on her western frontier. North
ncrmaiijy going with l'russla , has 010,
iVJO'fln the peace, ri.jl,00.1, on tho Held or
l t (,TTJJ .on the War footing
of which 510,000 nre' inlantly nvallu
blo. This would place at Prussian dispo
sal (4ri,O0tf men for tho tlrtt mmnent.'aiid
l,3til,3Sl In roiervo. Thus he would
have, instantly, f.0,001 men more, nnd
hereafter 231, 7M lesi" than the French
alliance, should she be able to manngo
Southern Cicrmnny for her cause she
would have l,0.'i:i,Oon men, or I7i',0fj() more
than Franoe, to move at once, or qulto
enough to copo witli her and Austria to
gether for tho time bfilng, with all tho
advantages of a cximiiiuri language and
position. This would ItavoJ'iirMla till a
rc'ervuof 1,1 11,727 men, or only 1."l,li"0
less than that of Franco and Austria coa
lesced, n dlU'erenco swamped to tho extent
of nearly 00,000 men, by her cuperlority
of immediate force.
Italy, out of a force of :t70,7l!l on a war
footing, with 107,000 of a reserve, or 573,
721 In all, could paroiMwlb1y 5100,000 men
to operate on tho French frontier or hold
hostile corps in check. Tho direct and
open participation of Itussla Is hardly to
bo expected unleM clrcuiiutancc should
force her into the melee. In that, raw
sho could dispose of uboul 250,000 men
from nlxiut 700,000 composing her army In
Kuropo, Including tbi) Cons.iokii. SlioTould
tako no otlier couriu by family alliance,
poItJon, and tlio recollection of
Crimean wound?, than lo old l'russla.
Sweden and Denmark would, If they
dared to move at all, have to go In tlio
same direction, with about C0,000 men,
ws. nij. Dm C.ar and fceauoiimvM
would bring King AVilllam 000,000 men
ii foreu that, witli .South Gorman aid
would plnco him i:i0,000 ahead of Frnnce'
allowing F.ngland, llolgium, llolluud and
Switzerland to remain neutral.
THE NEW CONSTITUTION.
An O vt I'm lielmlii); .'li'Jorll)- for It.
F.nough returns haw been received at
fnrtn'.llAltl in vfirniMt llie iwineliulon tlnil
the new constitution lint been adapted by
a majority of about 110,000. All the arti
cle separately submitted bavo been adopted
by maj'iritlei'ranglng from ilO.OOO to 1)0,000.
The following returns may be taken a. a
fair Indication as to tho character of the
vote throughout the entire State:
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Until 1 1
1 he following are the ollicial footings
from seventy-one eouutloi', Ineludlui! Cook
for and against thu constitution, and tho
fight distinct proposition, submitted each
ton .eparato voto of the people :
HlK. wioxtr, MU,
('niitiiii,ii 1iu,a,i v7,il h 1 1
U.tlrn:eU .Ilii.IUli .,'Im W.vei
i.uiniiUM Wi,i vi.ln; 1.1,1 mi
Wan lioax'i. 1li,Mi IJ.JTi Jul,.,'
I'uiinly tell Iki.Wi I.',J4 tn.'r.i,:
Illlllllrlllril It. lt.....HWAM l'..TU 1"4,1US
Mmuiliy rrieeiiluilnu. si,'.'i 'l7' '.'7.1 i
Hul.eriit iiloruilroat..ll'J,17:i J'i,li; H,dn
Omul II.7U1 '.'1,7 V 1 '.',C'.
Thu thirty counties to hear from will
add about 20,000 to the majorities as above
detailed. And iu spake the-peoplo of III-
CGrTho Democratic couvontloii of
King's county, New York, Inn denounced
Coolio labor, that promi.es to bring star
ration to tlio doors of tlimmmds of white
families (aud black ones, too, for that mat
ter), and declared In most emphatic term,
for tho eight-hour law. Thus doc the
uvideii'.'ii increase that tho hoiiu of tho
luboririf inakn4 of tin, eininti-e fin, lilntmil
Hh the success of the great and growing
" c rt
trjy.Slx vps.els with yellow fever were
rpiarautliied at New Vurd on .Monday.
(Jood Cotton Socks, only
pair or $1 'S, cents per doz.,
No 70 Ohio l.eveo
11 .'OlitJ per
at 1'. NotP
MLxomry nnviiESKXTA tion.
The plan of minority representation, or
of cumulatlvo voting, ns determined by
tho new constitution of this State, provides
that tlirco members of tho lower branch
of the legislature shall bo chosen in each
senatorial ditrlcttho point being that
each voter may glvo a voto to onch of threo
candidate, or two votes to 0110 candidate
and one to another, or all his threo
votes to onu candidate Only.
In many districts whoro there Is n largo
and periiament majority It will give tho
minority an opportunity of being represetj
ted, ns It is Jtit they should bo. In tht
words of tho section relating to this subjec
It is provided that "in all elections of rep
rcjentatlves aforesaid each qualified voter
may rat as many votes for one candidate
as there nro representatives to
bo elected, or may distribute tho
eamo or equal parts thereof, among the
audldato, and the candidates highest in
otos shall bo elected."
Thlsscctson of tho Constitution will not
tako ellect until tho year 1871!.
8afTlio funding bill passod both houses
of Congress on Wednesday. Tho law
among other things, provides that tho
Treasurer of tho United States may borrow
goia ana pay 2j per cent. Interest por an
num therefor 1 To tunke this provision
amount to anything inoro than a ''dead
letter" our ngclous Congress must pass
another enforcement act: 0:10 to compel
inonled tnen'to lend their gold to tho Trea
surer at 2 por cent, or what amounts to
tho snmo thing, doposlt it M'ith him. The
law further provides that If.tho return of
more than 0110 fourth of the amount of
tho coin so received Into tho troasury is de
manded by tho lenders, thu excess shall
not be paid. In otlier words, the Treasu
rer shall only keep 25 per cent of tho wholo
sum on hand to pay oh" his certificates of
deposit. This Is n wise provision to pro-
vont "runs" upon tho Treasurer, and is
highly creditable to tho flnanciul acumen
of tho present astonishingly ehrovrd nnd
VOT Tho St. Louis Df mocraf says that
Greedy gained a reputatlan for honesty
which ho Is now trying to prove ho never
deserved. "Having a ruinous protective
tariff system to defend," says tlio Demo
erat, "ho can't afford to toll tho truth 5
but with his customary lack of decency ho
says that all men who do not favor protec
tion are free-traders, nnd nre cheating
when they nssumu 11 different namo. Wo
take leave to say that tho Tribune ME,"
etc., nnd-.'o-fortli. And of such Is the
happy Uadlcal family I
ESy-ThoSt. Louis Demotrat correctly
reads the signs of thu times when it de
clares that tens of thousands of German
voters will abandon tho lUdlcal party if It
in. 1. 1 ,ixi ru.,Btn ii,i disfranchise
ment of the white men of tho South. Tho
Germans of the country aro opposed lotliu
exercise nf tyranny In any shape, aud
have rciolvcd In their hearts that the
Kadlcal oppression of .Southern men has
t l-i 11 common' practice of late to
dtolaro every blood-thirsty demon who
cuts Ids wife's head oil' and butchers his
children, Insane, l'alph Wright, of Con
eaut, Ohio, burled an axu In bis wife's
brain, on .Monday, and tho telegraph add":
"Mr. Wright was supposed to be insane.'
The best euro we can think of for Insanity
of that kind, is n halter.
THE SHOOTING OF MCCOOLE.
A I'mIiiIhI Oiicralluu-Ilu riKliliUK
Sv r,l M)itcrluu .nrHlr.
H'relll llie.-t, l.l, 111, trll,CUII 13tl.
Thu shooting of Mike McCool In his
own saloon on .Mondav night bus created
smite a .unsation wlthfn the realm of tho
fancy, particularly owing to the mystcrv
about the affair, and the probability thiit
the Iri.h giant's lighting days are
over. Iho .ceno at tho oliice of Dr.
Hmlgeii where McCoole was brought to
have bis wound attended to, had an ele
ment of the pathetic In it that was real
ixed by tho.0 present. Tho stalwart form
ut the prize lighter tested a movable couch
or chair to a degree it had never before
done. IIoly.tro.tchedoutat full length
w 1 1 his head reclining on his right arm,
while his left arm, bare and gory, was he
lug operated on by Dr. Iloilgcn. Tom
Kelly held McL'oolo's left hand while
llllly ( iirroll and John Powell walked
about the surgery much exercised and
declaring they would sooner have a leu
cut oil than suffer tho pain their friend
was doing. When tho doctor
d scovured the plnco wbaro thu ball had
lodged he had to cut an opening 011 the
opposite side of tho arm to where tho ball
entered and occasionally pieces of the boa
would be drawn out which bad been shat
tered by the ball. Tho doctor had to led
his way and as bones were cuaght by tho
iii.truuient inserted. .McCoY.lo would
make an ejaculation with an eurnetuo
which was espresdve of the agony .
lured, but ho bore the trial manfully.
Onco bo remarked to Kelly that when the
bone, were caught It went through, him
aim ni'iiy IL'.poilUCU mat at do held his
hand ho lull every shock. An inquiry was
miido of Dr. Hodgen as to tho extent or the
Injury ami be replied that MoCoole would
have a still' arm.
ileCoole (anxiously): Will It novor be
as good at It was beforo?
Dr. Hodgen: No.
Mr. Hodgen: Never as good as it was
-McCoole (with a sigh): That settles
Nothing more was said upon this matter
and McCoolu lay deeply meditating. The
conviction flashed over his mind thut hit
lighting day. were over, aud the reality of
lilt sad Host could not bo doubted.
Dr. Hodgen tiad not such an arm before
him for many a long day, seen lis tho ina
ivu symmetry for which .McCoolo's arms
aro remarkable; It shows verv clearly hit
iiiimen.o flrength. Kvcry now aud then
MeCoolo bit his Hps but boro the operation
with wonderful coolness, aud converted
freely with tlioso in tlio room. Ho was
tmipliatlo In hit ileelaratlon that ho kuow
nothing about thu affair, lie occasionally
asked Dr. Hodgen to let him rest awhile
and to desist temporarily in his effort to
extract tho ball
RIOT IN NEW 'YORK.
A PROCESSION OF OUAXfJKML'N
A Desperate mitt Illooily l'K'.
Tho riot In F.lm park, New York, 011
Tuesday, Is described as follows 1
A largo number of Orangemen were
celebrating tlio battle of the Uoyne, and ns
thoy passed through C4A street, their band
played "Thd protectant boy," which teem
ed to causo a dispute among a number of
Irish laborers, which culminated in a
light between two or threo of their number,
nnd.1 which was the iniiln mine of their
(altsjckbrt the Orangemen. A little before
uii u i'iui-ikiii(;-j)roce33ioii arrivuu av me
park. Numbers of women and children
.continued to flow into tho i?round. nnd
loon, iii largo assemblage had collected.
wvooui inrca ooiock a largo number ot
laborers woro seen to apprca:h tho park,
nnd onarrlvinit within throwlm? distance
commenced hurling largo stones at those
wimin. am uioy approaciieil, tlio men and
many of tho women In tho park shouted
"to hell with tho peoplot" A sceno of tho
wildest excitement, confusion and glinstll
Hess ensiled. .Most, if not all the (Jrnnci!
men had pistols, and so had also some of
tnu attacking party: una in ten minutes no
less man one Jiuuilrcu shuts woro tired
Tlio ligiit continued last and furious at
Ultrorent places lor about uu hour, during
which tho laborers, now about three hun
dred in number, had two cart loads of
wheel spokes brought to them to bo used
as clubs, which wuro applied most vigor
ously 10 mi) uiiioriunatu urango hWull
which eamo within their reach. Women
and cnilurcn siirickcd and fainted. .Men
were shot through tho head or hnd their
heuus smnsiieu 10 jolly. On tho hill, front
Eighty-fourth to Klghty-soventh street.
canes 01 laborers were raiurcd. nml mi
seeing ucar, tho passtngors in which may
chanco to have an Oraugo bow or ribbon,
they would hurl stones at them throm.l,
tho windows weighing from live to fifteen
wunds, demolishing windows mid maiui
nir men, women mid children iiidNerlmi.
Many women with eblldn in In
their arms woro fearfully cut and bruised,
titstt unfit nf ttn iiamiiL. .1 '
and mntiy.of tho regular passenger on the
road narowlv oicancd with their IU-n
Four d thohlghth avciiuo cars were rather
bail I y uiiiollslicd. Thotilatforins of manv
of the onor cars wero covered with blood
As soon as the telegraph had conveyed tho
nows of the riot to tho pollco headquarters
n largo forco of policeman held in readiness
for tho occasion wero hurried to tho scene,
and after no small exertion succeeded in
quelling the riot. The number of casual
ties is not known. Six dead bodies havo
boon found in tho pn 'k, and at least fifty
Thoi police to-nliMit report several
hundred wounded altogether. The woun
ded Orangemen wero taken home In car
riages, so no count coiuu 00 iiiieic.
trk TRi:iTiyriiTTiui?iirou"fo"BK hokm
Perhaps it is not generally known that
tho much talked of trichina t'rnf7, or
pork worm, was first discovered in Amer
ica by Dr. 11 C. Kendall, of Philadelphia
Pa., with that American Instrument known
as tho Craig Mlcrocopo, tinting only
$2,7C, after repeated failures to discover
tho worm with an Imported microscope,
costing$5!, "of feebler power aud less re
liable.7' This fact Dr. Kendall stands
ready to provant uny tim. 'I'lin "Craig"
.Microscopo In neat box with full direction
Is mailed anywhere for '.', 70, by K. II
ltoss, ill:; Locust St., St. Louis, Mo.
ltead tho advertisement in this paper.
my .'II. bm
Mako It your businoss, If you need cloth
ing, to go to u reliable store, where you
can find all you need, and made In tho stylo
you fancy, at such prices as to suit your
purse and tho times. Antrim's Is just such
a hoihc. There you will always find a
com plot 0 aud select assortment of cloth
ing, clthor for men, youths', boys' or child
ren, at prices us low as thu lowc-t. Com
pare Ills goods and prices, as It will bo to
your Interest. tf.
Til K (it A 1(1 MICKOKCOI'K.
This Microscope is simpllfieil aud adapt
ed to popular as well as sclent! lie use. A
now optical wonder 1 This I thu only in
strument of high power which requires 110
focal ndjustniont, and therefore can lo
readily used by uvery one, oven by chil
dren. Costing only Two Dollars aud
Soventy-flvo Cent, by mall, post paid, it
is within the reach of all In tlio commun
ity, nnd should bo on the table of every
Practlonccr. Head advertisement In this
(Siikat K.WITEMKNT. (J rent slaughter
of High Prices nt AntrltnV, 7:1 Ohio Levee,
whom you cannot only find tlio most fash
ionable aud seasonable stock of clothing iu
tho city, but the largest and best variety
of Straw, Leghorn, Panama, Cassiineroaud
Silk Hats ever offered In Cairo, lluy yon
hats and clothing right there, tf
II A 1 It lllltsSI.MiKl'l).
Mrs. Ada lluck has established n Indict
hair droning wibwn, and invites tho iiatron
ago of tlioso who would havo thulr hair
dressed iu tho neatet innnnor and strktlv
according to tho latest tyle. She is al.o
irmred to cut hlldrcn'. hair, having
rooms for that purpose, and will ilt any
rwldeiico In tho city on order for sham
pooing. All kinds of hair ornaninnts
manufactured on short notice, halreombcd,
In view of the approaching school exhi
bitions, holidays; etc., her skill and appli
ances in hair dressing, manufacturing and
cutting, should bo in active request. Ho
jilacoof business is 011 Coininorclaliiveiiuc,
between Ninth und Tenth streets.
You will greatly "miss it" if you don't
W,1'? St" Shirt at John Antrim's, No.
3, Ohio Levee. tf.
Ju.t received at 1'. Neff's, No. 71), Ohio
Jovee, a splendid lot of spring CVslmeres
Coating and Ve.tings, which will bo made
U in tho met fashionable styles, and at
prices to suit thu tiIUW, a perfect lit guar
nntovd or no sale. tf
--l'etcr Nell's mniiumnliTtock of Spring
clothing pmhraecs all tlu ow itvw ttllll
what can ho found oW16ro cl.o in the
c&ng!'rRf! "ml WtU V'lrie,, tooK- or lo.
H.Ill.i.111 Alt OMIIO AM' rit - Ml
It Y.NOlt'l'llimil .Ci'n 1 1!. l'i Wllil.l IVH.CVI:
Will ply rettuliily ii'ioVno, IcntiniM mm ewry
lay (Miimlay Pxritmt) nllialf.)iat .'1 11'elook p.m.
Tlin Arni.ula N n xalfl Hiilculieel Menmer, lull
HlK iy Kllierloi-nri-(iiiliiCilntioili lur Imlli
eniier- ninl fri'llil.
."he c'liineeU nl l'.nlnenti witli tlio I'tiintdlniiil
ondTonnoni e river ianket ami the New Orleans
aiul Ohio rallroail. Kor iiatllclilar, npplT on
tiosril.nrtii 31. .1. IICCKI.ICV,
XTKW 'l'dW 1IOAT.
Tlio Now Tow aud Job limit
ii'. . courrjiu, mister,
H prrp.ire.l nt nil time In lo rll klixN 1 tu'
ln ntnl jot.l.i tii; nn tho iiin.t ren.onaMe terms
lluailiiiartera lit Cairo, IHltioM,
CAIRO CITY BOOK BtNDERY
l pri'pnred (n
.Mniiiifacltiro Itliinl. Hooks and do
kinds of llook llindlui: nml Itiiliu
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ie!" "f !."!.for fy s-'eof the 1'atfnt.MelallloWhit
..ii.-. cuii,'! 1.1111- nn nrueie ma: will lt llflr
ejn-.or liinic, il.ea nulciirrodonrrlianKe color.
ioi nut 11I11111 r in nny tnaniier liiiim elulhiniK
loe not hre.il;, anil 1. by all o.l l, i,rt chcuin-Wi
nail IxlrhilhcM lino er ma.le. ll en.la onlv
lltrri, iinl. i.op r.tot ntt.l ..... I .. , ' V.
i .. ... 1 i 1 . 1 wf ' " i"iiiii"''i 111 any
1ft ulli ,lf r.-il. '
Plaster Pans Plasterers' Hair
I. line In Ititlk. iilu.'iyN tin luiiisl
CORNER 8II1 SI, &0HI0 LEVEE
SMYTH .V CO.,
Also, l;i 1
c a F iK I -1 1.
LIQUORS a WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
ttV are aunt,lur J.
IU ul ('..' (M.-I.r..te,l
We fell cx.'lu.Hely fur Utah, l. ulu Ii r.i.-l uu
Inillf llin alli'iiiion nf ) lur.'iln dnyers
s fi.il alien!,. .11 y m n I i li hnjj or.lrri..
liQX Tin: .nvi;.
H. M. HULEN
Has Itemoved to ills Old Stnml
U Commercial Avenue
Where he rolh 1 1 n eoiilininnoii nf iiutrimiKe of
hl former en. 10 iimt, 11k well 11 IIihi of 111 my
new on iiin Hiiitiriiiivitr'ieeri',iruiifloiii
etc., reiiiatU il ly 1 Iki furiuh.
Term 1 Mrully .wli, for uhnh he will )!,
ouvr Ih.l.l lhiiu4t. Jellf
"Yy '. CM1CY.
, Sixth Street, Cairo, Illinois,
5- Keen eoiulatit'v on han.l n
m Burial Cases
the lino. i iiiei lot metallic
eaetiiiiMr In iwe. ,U(t ready.
A heard nml Carmine n.
ajln iva.lin Ilulr Cloth,
(ireeii Iteii. (llin)i-, ltulton.
I, old met Silver Krliw, (iohl
nnd Siller Mam, Varnish,
Tucks, MutaTiiw, Oiailr.Caue,
HciltpiliiKH, (line, vlc.etc.
Made. (0 Order.
Sit('ct sori d K. H. Ilciulrlclt.-t A Co.
Wlxtti'j: - Boat
I.IIIKKAI. ADVAXSKSS MA OR ON CON.
I'DMre iireliatiil to leeelve, hlorn and fomar.l
fremht I" nil ilat, I'lel l"'y nnd sell on com.
Iio-'leli . . , .
iti)llii'lne allended to wllli iroiriiliie
1VO. II. 1MIIM.IS,
pjmviiMur to I'Jther.t I'hllli-.l
Itid Healer in
l-'loiir, .Honl. liny, Corn, OalM,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ISANIEI. MI'KD, Crenlilesslt
KOR EST W. Mlt.LI'.K, Vler-HrtM
V. X. nrUlltJI, tn.hler.
Collections Promptly Made.
l..(-li lingo. Coin, Bunk Xoitu
iinsl lruled NtatiM Ncfiirl
(lrs Iloiisxht nml
Interest Aliened on Tiuio l)epolti.
CITY NATIONAL BANK
Capital - - t 100,000
W. 1. IIAI.f.IUAY, I're.l.l.iili
A. U. MAS-'KOUI), Cn.hlrri
WAI.TKH UVSI.OI', Akkl.tnni Ca.hUr.
Ma.l. Taylor . I'. Ilslll.lsy,
11,11 1,11c llol.l.ll. Cinntacliara
1,'eo. P. Itllllatiunn, trihen lllr.l.
.1. It. sair.ird.
i:.vliaiij;s Coin and
IT. S. EfioiMl IIoil.r
Doposiltow XX oooivocl
A li:MCIlVi, IIA.VKI.N'Si HL'I.NKSN
SOOTS & SHOES,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
llphvci'ii tVaililuirtoii Avo k l'oilarSt
Hood. 11,1 Nil o. M7lir.elriUr. I'luvs
rjio oh c:o.VNu.ni:itN.
F. S. MURRAY
.Near ILe Coraer of hlnlith street ami fow
llie. kiiik ,lni.ir Willi f,np Uf II. Mefionald
,r, ,,,, n ,,,, ,1'KiMii-i iuk i ineir
mi lera i .iii nbw hate theinle.teil. Ifllm nielerM
are round trim lh amall eniH iimi of tlio Ic.l w ill
' eharxed jo tlm j,jly nmsliiK It I II Hie meter
i' uuuU laeorrnci, uorliarcnwiiliultt.
l'irtii.d .li.ll.ti. .1 .. 1... ,1. .. . t .1
HTKAMMUIpm sVonve Weekly ft-ossiNew
. .... . .
'a, uiverpuoi stun ulsatwss.
For lusnuKe iii,)- o CIIAS. T. IIINKK,
llrlnSl llnv... j. ....... I ...., . V.. M
I.al;ii all eel, Chicion- lehlttwl)
Bar Fixtures, '
liASHWAUK and JI0USK TUHNsSJI
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENU
W. II. Mnrrln.
If. II. Ciimlrr,
Notary I'uhlie ami I'.
ahmi-is - fts.aiti.aoi in?
.OKTII AjIKRICA, I'A .
AkNClx 2,5 1 1.210 7 J
AhmcIh l,lsl, IH U
IM'r.lt.VATIOiVAL. .V. V.,
Ahhci .:i5:i,:ilrH 1?
A sls TO,1!17 7'l
Aswclss ffl.1,U7.'t hn
IIOMII, C'OI.VMItl N.
Aa4l- 5I5,27 IU
Annitit'A.v rr.xTKAi,. .mo..
AhhcIm .100,000 oo
.0.X. MUTI'AI. I. IFF,,
At't KO.OOO.OOO OO
'1 IIA VF.I.EItVN, IIAKTFIKI.
IjIFsV A. ACI 1F,.T.
AliMl'U l.!00,000 OO
II All WAV iannk.(;fhs an-
NVHAXCE LO., HAHT..
AmmcIh .100.000 OO
Atsavla, m. 0,H0'i H
Safford. Morris & Candee
71 OHIO LEY
City .Vilif.mJ llanV,
J H. MKAHDEK, Am.
' ' FIRE, MARINE. LIFE
A.O O I D B 2r T A Xj
- .okfici: ......
IVinler Block, corner. Svi'isl
Xlri'd nml Commercial
We represent Iho following leading, uejlll.y
and falrxleallny rumwliie,
MKHCIIANTS In. Co., of Clili niro;
AI'lTAI. AND btltl'l.l.w mSI.IISh o l
MXUItls V Inn. Co sir hen York ;
SI'ITU. AHIi t.l'lllMrrl..'4.OI7,K0li p
I'OilMKIU'IAli lux. V., or Cliliniro:
I'Al'ITAI. ANI bCltl'M'h S:i.1N,tniN -1.1
CAPITAL AND Hl'ltPf.rri hii:iii,i.Oj fl
SAXd'AMO Inn. Co., or .SirltiKllclil;
CAPITAL AND hlllPLL'S. H'SU.t.OUT
AUItOKA In. Co.. or Aurora, III. ;
CAPITAL AND Ml UPl.tV HXJI1.1 7 7 -Jtl
STATU Hrs lit. Co., or Cluwlninl, 0.
C t PITA L AND rtllll'i I M,. ,..J1I0,II7 SM
LAM A It Inn. Co., or Clikntro.
CAPITAL AND hTltPl.LH VI, 100,000 UU
llvellinK and ennlerds Mrrehandl.e,
Kluek., .M.uiifM'lorie. ami Machiniry, Hull,
Caroe anJ Kraijilil l.ila lnnred onihrno.
rranunahle terms, inilir aliie.bameil ccniptnle.
M. H. lti:AKIr.., Agl.
jpiKE AND MAIIINF
ISintru-i'ti. IV. Y. :
ASiNKTH... , .l ,iaa,i I II -it
Gormaniu, iV. "V. ;
AH.HI-.T . .......1I.O0H,ll Ik
Ilnnovcr, IV. "Y,;
Ttepublic, IV. Y, ;
ANarill... -.. 7l,tia3 HO
Coiiiiii I.Iiik Uii' I'ailvrwrlUr.Mir
YonlcorM, IV. Y. ;
XKSV.TH - $t.7H,Us l
Albany City 5
Assirrs gisa.itis as
ANsirrri ... u7N,ooti "o
Sooui'itj'3V. Y. ; Marine;
AKSKIS i.iaa hlU oo
s-y-.utnre, Dwclllnits, KiirnttiKf , Hull', and
Cargiiea inmired at rales as faiuraUn ai toiin I,
iwrmanenl security will narrant.
I rei-p'Ttfnlly ak of thu clliteua of fjir.i, ti
hare uf their patronage.'
c. . ihh;hi:h,
OlBco at Firt National .Il.inU
jy r. PAiiKKR,
OI'KIOKi For the iire.enl, at It, H. Cimnlni?.
ham's, Ohio Levee, Cairo, lllinnia,
SMTUul door Halei promptly mtonded Id.'
gT. CfAIR IIOTGf.,
Cor.Tlllnl Hi1 Market NlrootN,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Terms $2 Per Day.
HonseFnmistied wilii Best Spring Bcils
Ileum runtrally located, lima for all trains
(leneral It. It, and Hieamhoat Ticket oftlceiu the
J. CJIKSLLV, rioirlfitor.