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1!V JOHN H. OBERLY &
The Kentucky Suprtno Court has
nettled the fact that a dog roaming on
ii neighbor')) premises may bo killed with
impunity or other tritablo means.
Tin: following in tho official volo of
Tennessco for Governor:
Kor Jiilin C. llrown
. . 7t,Tl
Kor W. II. Wtsener.,
Ik Virginia paitl taxes tothe Fedora'
government only in proportion of her
imputation, ns the federal constitution
require.-) all taxes to bo levied, her share
would bu about two millions of dollars
luM than the Itadicals impose upon her
Oks. Fnink 1. Blulr, according to good
nuthurltv. Iini already a sufficient nutntur
of.thu Missouri Lcgiilnturo for him, to nt-
mro liU election m UnitcU HtRte Wcrmtor.
Frank lllnlr, m lilt successor; would lo the
last itraw on poor Drake buck utter hit
inglorious exit from Miuouri.
Tin: lower liuttfo of Congress has
juscda bill abolisniug the franking
privilege, and it is likely tho senate will
rwoii take similar action upon it. The
grow abuse to which this privilege has
been carried, cries loud for it repeal,
Tilt Homo Committee of Foreign Affairs
hs.ro unnnimoiiily ngrcod to report a bill
to Uongrcst allowing any company j
land submarine cablet an tho shores of
tbu United State, with tuch rcitrlctioat
on their regulation! at will permit tho
inotsages of tho Government to bare
procedeneo nt all timet. There are other
TlIK Itcpublieani) in Congress held a
caucus a few evening' ainco, in which
a general amnesty bill was discussed.
The chances team yet to bo in favor of
more general relief than that which is
afforded by tho measure, introduced by
Hutler. The general hcntiuicnt of the
Hcpublicanscem to be mow liberal.
Tin: (rfondsof the Han Domingo an
nexation scheme think they have
achieved quite n victory in the vote of
tho Senate Thursday night, on the res
olution providing for a commission to
isit that barbarian cpot in mid-ocean.
Tho raising of u comiiii.iion to visit
Sail Domingo, and thu auuexntion of
San Domingo are twos-eparato and tlis
tiuct thing1. Tho latter may yet be
JIkoest "Washington ditpntcliet IndlcaU
thu probability of a controlling coalition
in Hit Forty-second Congrew betweon tho
Democrats and rovenuo reform IWpublU
cam. It U bollevod that tho coalition can
bo mado In tUno to iccuro a favorablo
organization of tho house.
Hevenuo reform wni tho great question
Involved In the recent elect lonf, and will
bo the prominent iubjct for eonildtra
Hon Immediately after tho mooting of tho
next t'ongroi. Tho aim of botli Demo
emit and roform ltepublleans in this
belulf nro Identical, and thcro cannot,
therefore, bo any tacrlflco of principle on
cither ildo In bringing aWit tho coalition.
It ought to bo and no doubt will bo dona.
Tin: Shawncetown Mercury affects
tho belief that Col. Crabs' contest with
D. V. Munn has opened his eyes to
tho fact that tho people are opponed to
mi exorbitant tariff on tho necessaries
nf life. This is richness, most especially
when we retleot that Col. Crebs mado
tho raco on a platform that demanded
that the "necessaries of life" should
bo placed on tho freo list. Tho raco
with Dun Munn convinced the people
that Col. Crobs was tho man who re
flected their neiitiiuenU on tho tariff
nuestion, and consequently they re
elected him by an increased majority of
liftoou hundred and eighty-ouo votes.
A Very Kraptiatle Epreealou of Ootn.
tun on tkeNttkJfCI.
Kditor Cairo llullutlur
I perceive that some comments made by
you upon an article which uppoared od
Itoriallyln the organ of '-Tho Cairo JUcg,"
entitled "Work for tho Illinois Legltla
turo," has called forth a fooling "cxplana
tlon1 from tho Illumlnator'H protlding ge
nius. Tho first point which attracted my atten
tion was, liow came tho notable oditor to in
sort an editorial articlo without reading It ?
Doot It soom probablo thi't he would dt so?
I believe not. Tho second point It, as ho
ndoptod it as his own without perusal ho p.
pesrod willing to accept tho borrowed
honors as his own; but now, that
Tint nuLt.iu.iN edit him to an
editorial account, ho wants, to
shift tho blame on some-unboknown
"advanced'Miadlcol. Hat ht told the
Well, the shifts and shallows of thts un
hallowed trackless thing called Radicalism
are, It appears to me, beyond tho compre
hension of the mott experienced trick
liter In the political walks of lllo.
Advanced Itadlcalt aro evidently fcol
Ing their way. Itadlcalltm It anything
dlgretslve progrotil ve nggrcstlve re
trogrcttlvo ouhmitilvc, If it con only re
tain powar. That It It falling to pieces by
Its own overgrowth It too evident to admit
Lot Itadlcalltm ttrlvo to push tho negro,
nolrw rot tn. Into our public schools
built and tupportod by whito men, tho mo
mcnt that it It attempted, the whito men
ot all partlet, with a fuwcxccptlont, would
combine to bullish tho negro from tho city
Whcrcvor tho negro pays taxes, justice ru
quirts that he have tlto full bcnellt tlicroot
and let that turn, bo It crest or sninll, bo
deducted from tho aggregnto school tax
and hnndod over to him. It tbcro a whito
tchool teuhcr of cither sex, In Cairo, who
would retain hit or her tltuatlon, if the
Ave hundred negro children of Cairo wcro
lo crowd cur tchool buildings? Vt oiild
they submit to tho humllstlon of such an
outrage ? Is thcro n tingle Judical, out
tide of tho outcast King, who would toler
ate tho wrong ? I cannot believe It.
Ksthcr lot our tplcndcd tchool lulldln
bo raized to tho ground, and tho tyttem
that hat keen our pride and glory bo over
If tho movement thould evorbo terlout
ly mooted by the discordant Ktdical fac-
lion, then I tay let tbcro bo an earnest,
effective combination of white men to say
to the negro, to whom God hot apportioned
his lot In thts world: ''So far Mailt thou
come- and no farther." Jtemaln In your
itatlon ; wo will help you to build your
tchool houiet and to educate your children ;
but when you pretumo to ask admit
Uticc into tho public tchoolt, built by
whito men for whito men's children, from
that hour, not another day's work either
as laborers or mechanics, or as indoor or
at outdoor servants, shall you receive
from thlt community. "(Jo: Stand not
upon the order of your going; but go at
It seems to bo an Indltpentiblo requisite
for tho man of tho Sun to took noteriety in
tomo thapo or form. Ho can't cxltt with
out It. Thrust hinuelf bo wlll,Jn tomo
form or other, upon public notice, lots
may be, however, In obedience to tho code
ofjtlie Writ; obey or die.
Notwithstanding, tho .Sim foroliadowt,
(blunderingly, It It true) tho ulttmato aim
ui tho Itadlcal party a party which It li
to bo devoutly hoped will bo dettroyed ere
It It too late, by tho returning senio of tho
people and by tho triumph of tho princi
ple! of Domocracy, tho taleguarU of tho
Union and Constitution.
Let ui hone, then, that tho editor of the
.Vim and hit "cohortt" will see ere long
not twrit but
Cairo, Dec. '23, 1870.
Logan' Chance IllinlnUhlug.
Tho Springfield correspondent of the
Chicago Jifpullfaai, writing under (Into
of tho til st instant fays:
Tho Senatorial question ntiumot u new
aspect. It wat understood that the I'rvsi
dint favored tho election ol Mr. Logan,
and Stato omclalt, apprehensive ut tho
l'rt'sidcnt's displcnturr, all'vctcd tbo earn
est support of that gentleman. It Is re-
tortca tnai uraui una wruicn iu u ii-auiu
toprescntatlve, nn old friend, to dl.avow
all .Interference, and tho btato oiliciaU
havo relaxed In thulr oilbrts in behalf of
Lou'an. Several claimed by him havo de
clared for Oglesby or other eandtdato.
ltiimun uru ourrent that Uie comtnc man
has appeared in the pcrtoffof Hon. Jeo
K. Dubolt, an original, worthy, and woll
known ltenublicaii. It It laid Grant's let
ter works torlotuly to Logan's prejudice.
Though ox-Auditor Dubois hat been
counted among Logan's friends, ho it so
goncrally osteomud and so universally
popular as to miiKo mm iuq airoiigvav
clIil.Hto In tho caucus. liopublluau men)-
bcrt from tho south aro fearful of incur-
jnir tho expense of a special election to
till tho vacancy occasioned by Igan s
election. The pocket norvo ol tho hgyp
tlans is peculiarly sensitive.
Terrible Tragedy Nulelitr anil Al
(From the SprlnfielJ, (Mo.) Patriot.
A most shocking tragedy wasonsctcd in
thlt city, on last HatiiYday night, uhoijt H
o'clock, whloh resulted In tho death of n
man by tho namo of Morgan, by a pistol
shot from hit own hand, nndthodangurous
wounding of his wlfo by- an attompt nt
It nppoars that Morgan and his wlfo
had not lived harmoniously together, and
that a few days ugo n rupture occurred
which resulted In their separation, Sirs.
Morgan leaving hor husband and rcfublug
to llvo with him longer. Morgan ropoat
odly tried to persuade hortoroturn to him,
but she refuted ; and on .Saturday night hu
called at Utto's boardlng-houeo, Just north
of tho Kentucky House, and aguin solicit,
od her to return. She replied that sho
would not, and turned to walkaway from
him. As sho did so, Morgan drow his plt
tol and llrod, tho ball striking her in tho
hack part of tho hoad, passing through,
and coming out on tho right sldo of
the face, about on Inch abovo tho corner
of tho mouth.
MorL'sn then left tho houtc. and a short
time afterword, when In tho vicinity of
Knott & See's plauing mill, deliberately
f hot himself through the head, killing him
self almott InttantTy.
Mn. Morgan1, , though dangerously
wounded, will probably rocoVor.
Morgan wat a painter hy trade, and Is
ald to havo been ono of tho belt work
men In tho cltv. Ho wat undoubtedly
greatly affected by tho trouble with his
wife, and thcro aro tomo evidences that
his mind wat disordered when ho. commit
ted the terrible deods of Saturday night.
ENCOURAGE HOME IN
DUSTRY. Nendhlc Htigjcealloua.
(From tho Hunker Hill Gtr.otto.
It It th'o Interest of overy ono to encour
ngn thu mechanic, manufacturer, merchant
and traiictman In his own town, city or
villain. Ho who will nwt do to manifests
villflo. Ho who will nwt do to manlf
but llttlfi regard for the prosperity of
nlaco where ho lives. Tho man. or i
man, who Invariably makes purchasers
abroad should look 'abroad for employ
ment In his or her particular lino of occu
pation. Jn order to build up and ndd to
tliM tlr-e and prosperity of tho place, tho
citizen thereof must support and encour
age each other. Tho property holder will
thus bo benefitted by the advance of the
valuo of his possessions, tho me
chanic by tho erection and Im-
irovt-mcnt of ttorot and dwelling", and tho
abnrer by tho Increased demand .for hit
services. If overy ono should go abroad
to make hit purchases, trades of all kind!
would languish, men would havo no work-,
tho eras! would itrow in our street!, and
only the woathy persons would have, any
money to purchase anything cither m
homo or abroad. "While it may bo con
sidered tho duty of overy resident to pur
chase from merchant! at home, it it em
phatically n duty thu latter owes to tho
prosperity of tho town in which "ho live!
to sell at such rates ni mayprcvent tho
urchater from being forced to tcok a sup-
uy nbroau. Miio wortt enemy a town can
tare It an Incompetent merchant. Such a
man does not know how to buy, and It
therefore, unablo to enter into successful
competition with outsiders, and to make a
goon llvmg at tmall profit!. To encour
age each ether ts tbo way to llvo and pros
pur; nt the same time it is incumbent upon
each nnd every ono to conduct trade in
such a way as to command homo support
Tilt FrlialoiiAffrnl tie ft ;!
(I'Mtn tde rsMlra I'rtti l.)
The pensioner of the country havo
rcasan to rejoice over tho triumphant re
election of Col. John M. Crobs. Tho
pension nzcntt had defeated tho rr-nomina
(ion of Hon. "Win. Lawronco In Ohio,
knowine: full well that tho lvs in bluo
would have returned hlui to Concrcts. if
nominated, and they sought to cruih out
tho lunder of tho pension reform In
Illinois, Col. John M-. Crobi, but they
havo met un overwhelming defeat.
They boasted that they had placed In
nomination against him.
On Ihiuicl Munn.
and that he would sweep tho district by
,ojo malorltr. They scattered their
thousands aud tent thousands of dollars,
invoked thu aid ofthoprott of tho whole
Mate and tho (Jnenno Journal olli how
the battle wat fought:
"Special pralio It duo to Dan Munn for
hi splendid canvass of Kgypt. Ho was
defeated, notwithstanding there was no
docrtlon umoni; tho colored troops, and
bv a larger majority thanucncral ltaum
nas two years ago, but the fault mat not
Ai t. No ono olto could havo alono at well.
The district It composed of flftocn counties
nnd to fill many of his appointments re
quired tho traversing ot regions unoicttcu
with railroad!. Jicuta not tixrinn from
the tink, but made thoricfugh xeork pj it."
Wlillo in lbua, vol. urcos only had
00 imitorltv. ho now has 1.500. lie was
true to hit old eomradts and ihey have bttn
true to him, and thoy may roly upon It, he
will light tho pension ngents to tho bitter
rarniworth, tho enemy of tho pen-
loners had tho plattiro of soolnu hit im-
memo majority of 14,-100 dwindle down to
i.kso, while Logans majority ot bti.uou
has Wit reduced to ubout -11,000. The
good work is going on.
A VIRGINIA ATROCITY.
Horrid Crime hy tii I tuck iiaifnnd
ll'iliii)tiinia(rrciiioiilneo N. V. JlcrulJ.)
Soiiiu timu hut Jauuary our people wero
hocked to hear that a Mrs. llcttlu Itarbcr,
whito widowed lady of rcspectablo coll
ections living a few miles from this nlaco
had been married to l.lnnael Llpford, one
t tho blackest nnu naseti negroes In tho
couutv. Leaving tho IrionUt ot her ehild-
hood and taking with her the children of
her former husband, alio wont to live with
Llpford in n hut it few miles dlitrfnt from
thu village. As a natural sequel to the
unpardonable and Inhuman union, tho
oupm iiveu logemor mini uiiiioi starving
ondltton, dotcstcd by loth races, and uu
ler utiMiiccs in every way unfavorable to
tho happlnoss and enloyment of married
lite. Among moouimrun of ma wiro was
son about llvo years ot nge. known bv
tho namo of Henry l'ruott, l'ruett having
been tho name of tho mother's former hus
band. This little boy, a bright and harm
less child, hud to bo, of course, supported
bv tho parties to tho now marrlago, and, as
i.. .... i i.i" i..
circles of lire, wuj (no scorn and ttbject ot
continual Ill-treatment from tho ndoptod
Un veiterduy evening Henry thought
losjlvdijoboyou tho Injunction of Llpford
about soma trivial matter, nnd was caught
within a How steps ot tho ruilo camn lu
which his mother was lying on a bed of
illness, and In a moment of unrcstralnod
anger was murdered, without time to lit,
tor a prayer, and beforo his piteous griei
ould .bring ajslttanco to rcsouo'li m from
ho domon negro. Tho manner of mur
dering was ns oould hayo boon eifceutod by
nono but un ignorant, brutal negro, 'iho
boy was caught by Llpford nnd struck with
his fist, buol; of I no head, blow after blow,
which dislocated the neck bono; tho body
was thon thrown upon tho ground, and was
stamped by the hugn feet of tho infernal
ILLINOIS, DECEMBER 24,
f rascal until tho kidneys woro bralseJ and
llin tnmaeb hnriUKl. ana lit ltvat hrrLh
had departed. Tbo,' tonlchig wreami of
tho child were heard rortwo muet, and
tho mother, to raise herlf fron bad was
. . . .a a.
rorcod to I men to ine ntjarwenaine
t 9 m ii Lft l 17
tnrien ana ayuig sou or nor cnua una
bio to render hmtanv fcelD. ' i
Tho fiend 'stood for tomb Ume. looking
over tho doad body of his victim, after
tho struggling hid cMtctl. then stopped
and picked it up. The child never ipoko.
Tho jury of inquest rendered A verdict
"Wo, tho jury, upon our oatha, do sa
tho said Honnr P. PruittMSMtd hi
death by blows received fronvlihmaol
LIpford was at once taken I a to auttody,
and Is now conflnad In theiall hm.
Tho nrlioner hi as black as taldnhrht.
has a brutish', hard and severe couateance,
and; Is about thlrty-flvo years ( age.
Ho was raisW a tiavtiisi Uls vieiaity, and
Ii a man of notoriously bad character
Ho has served a term in tho penitentiary
ror stealing. Jto taxes matters with st
stolid composure and indlference, aad
icems hardly to realize that be will soon
furnish another subject for tho gallows
TlIK I'KOPLX OfTHB XKIQIIliOBftOOD
cannot let the death of her child atone for
r .1.. !.. . I- t... ....
UU BIIIS UI UW IIIUIUUI. BllVft III 1VI VWIU
afllictlon and distrust slra teslausA frlstsd-
less. Yet sho clings with motherly affec
tion to tho corn oio tsiiow wno, tnougo
her husband, it the murderer of her child,
and a fiend witn bands stained by the
freih blood of iBflOoeneaj.
SalvVtion for the Hair.
It acts on a
nt, and per-
no muddy or
tcr, requires no
and communicates no ,
the skin or the liner). No
paper cur: am is
conceal its turl
lor tnc simiMc reason.
simple reason Jhat tt ts
not turlyf. It is, tp all intents
and puTOOscs, a new discovery
ia Toilfc Chemiitiy.
warranted to eract a change
in the color of the7i?ur within
i o days after the rlrstfipplica
tion, the direction being
IT IS AS Ci
AS WATER I
Dollar per Box,
Sold bv au
It" your Dr
Phalon & Son.
ci7 Broadway. N. T
M.IOTT, lIAYTIIORitf tk
WliolenMo Ipr sad Mtnuttcturrr't
Boots . Shoes
40 COMMEltCMl AYE,,
l'urtlcalar Ateiitloa to Orders
Iioird aad.Toltloa fT saaasn, Itss. ,
niiiirted bfmm i. mac Armitr, near
ad futlon rr unnum. IWS, IMldtnt. Ih
v... Mw i i.llmuih. Dj li.. Una of Hunn.
Yor narnoulr trplr" M,JW rat, Vndon,
Are proi)rnl lo lake oostruU for raUinSt o
ovlog liouHuaof any us or description, or any
tlipyhvollihomchinerjr a)BlianoSs for re
o Inir or riimlni; lionsen uu hor( notice, aad ak
nithaio of piiMIr patromwi'. imiM
And Affnt of
OHIO RITER AM) KANAWHA
fliccttjouor Attn Co.,
General Commission Merchant
IV. 133, Okslt IiCVt9t
Kov.lUf CAJEO, ILL.
. 1), MaUiiut. E. c. Ch
jyATHVM St UHI,
1 It OkiftlTM, CAIRO, DXI30IH.
Bfselsl arttatloB Klraa to U purhMt'aa4 ula
FLOUR fc GrR AIN
TOD AND COAL.
Ii prrpared to dllr Ibc
Fire Wood Stone & Coal
1 UTMlitt tk tllT. Ln ut nutnlilT iliiifud.
CmI Dllrcrcd at $f SO l'cr Ton.
tior. itoootN ftlsortf ma t'ororr nr k vhthSf rt
m9 v ain IViai pi ruilVt 11 U Clill
....... " 1 . .
LLINOIS CENTRIL R. I
inicAffo, .ow;itwK, isoston
PoIntM Eairt ! Xortli
PMiiipr .TrstlM Avrlv at ttaU Ittsva
ABH1VK SIltjA A. .........tao P. M
DKPARf-SlV A. M aiSOP. M
Both tralas toaast at Ctatralia with tralai oa ih
PaMa, Dacatar, HloaBilMKlou. Kl I'aio
L.a Nalla, Btcnalola, Frcrport, (ialtna,
Mlnaal'l, MlMacsulV. VUcul aud
HU LohU, Mprintrlli'lil, Luulsvllle, C'lu
ciunatl, ruulouaiiulls A loluiiilius,
tad at Clilpt;b with Mlcliuta LVntritl, Mlrhl.
gQ southern, tml 1'itUiHirK, rori w)n
ami ChlciiKu Itnllroii.! lo
DKTHdIT, NIAHAIU FAI.IJr'
NKW VI' KK.
WAHIIN(.l). CIV, ind
ALL POINTS EAST,
Cor through lickfli nJ infunniitibn, ei'plr
at IIIIdoIi Cfnlntl lullrotd !pil.
W. I'. JOHNSON,
Ornrral I'aonngvr Ayonl, CIiIcko
M, HUOIIITT, (lenvral8uprintinirnt.
J. JOIINHON. Airoit. Cilro.
PRI!VGiKLO It ILLINOIS
ti(iJ-riiKA. ri-.it. n. it.
0u mnl after Thursday, April lath
train will run as follows j
oona aonaiiiT laiva sraixuruio.
Kxpfaaa r. M
ooiia aosruwuT inn rAXt,
ER'W 'iiiimmmit'iiitunu ? ?!?J i' J
Stall ...f f..M... ....... ....m.m......m....m.. is r. H.
Maklnjtcloa conaeclions nt Puna with Illinois
CanlralR. R. for fair uid all iioints aotitli, and
with the Jnd. St. Leila H. It. for ImlU'iajioU
and Loulullle, and all iiolnti eaat and koutheatt.
Also, at HprinKfleld wllh tho Toledo, Wululi A
Weslera It. It. lor ttuinry and all iiolnta wc.t, and
.with the Chicago A lit. Iuls It. It. lor Ht. I.oum
and Ctiieaiio, and all points north and northw t tt,
f " ftr. DODGE,' Jtnl4,npt,
JOHN FQCOrf T.flaaM Ticket AK
135 Ohio Levee,
f CAIRO, - -Near
OPTICIAXM Si OCULISTS
VOn Of n CKfiEnilATKD
Perfected Spectacles '
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Thoiinilcriiicntlonpdiriwnnlmos over thmo In
ordlnnry up, llinprouf cf hlch tnny Im ren In
in nziriiiiroinary nniot nnl cnntLiniiy in
orciuliiK Ut'inaml for them:
Ut. Tli.it from IlinnoriilUr construction of the
Rtnes llioy ASdlhTnn.l I'llKHKHVK the lglit
n'n'irrinR irrrurniciiangPA unnocptKirjr.
al. Tli.ilthnyi'onfi'r n lrllllnncv nnd ubtinrl.
nownf vl.lon, wiinnn amount of KA3Knd COM
FOUTnul hlllicrtn vnjoyoil hj spocUcio wcirert.
3. 7ht thntnntr!l from which tht I,cncnr
Rround, l mnnufnrtitroil opcclally for nrllcpur.
poe, nJ l 1'UIIK. IIAUI) nnd Illll I.I.I ANT,
and not IhMo to Ijocoiiio rcrnlchcd.
4th. Th.il th frames In which they nro not,
whinner in ftoM, Hdier or Hleel, nro nf thn finest
'pialltjr ami nmh, and jimmitco l perfect in
WATCIIMAKKKS, .TEWELEItS ANI
Fin Jewelry, Iiltmoadt, Bolld SiUer, Tlated
Ware; also Manuracturei of Jewelry nnd I'm
N"o. 83 Ohio Levee
Oolo Agents fur this jilace, from whom only can
tlier I obtained.
LAZ.VKUS A- MOHItlS,
ManufaclurlDg Opticians, Uartlonl, Cona.
nor lltf dAir
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The. dein ind f.)r tho PAVM SKW1.VO JfACIf-
INK In IIia Atlnnlie Mlntes. liera their are Iwsl
known, and wJiiti) Ihi'T ellnltlanl all otliffM. Ii. I
ri'iitvi nun mil uu eii'itii.
Iinerer f ills In any kind nf work. It It simple,
ronslstinit of a few striinx puis, nnd Its vertical.
teen envii u lu run titer ..una aii'i io lurn cor
ner Hltlioutclunun of ellich or tension.
L'lullilni iiiid tiloTii miinufiKtiirerit luefiirlt to
all others, and thtt It Is Ju.t Dm thine for f.uiillr
eewliij efvryuody wil Incknowlvdu uflvr cxanc
.Messrs. Under hare sercnl andilitterent
ilvlos of dnish. and reupwlfullr Invito all who
BEST SEWING MACHINE
Manufactured Iooito Idem a call before Piirchai.
uiu nnu im n tircui.tr.
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asp m:ali:iw in
ighlh Sl between Washington &
AiIJiiIiiIiik Itllleuliuiiau a llnuny'a.
Keen thu luotnflWef. l'ork. llutton. VeiU. IjjiiiIi.
fallsuKe, i ti',, ami arx prepureil ti erv I'ltKena
in uio must n.'i'rjiitti.i iiiuiuicr. uci.ikhi
(il'l'OSlTi: THE COUItT HOUSE,
CftirO, - m m m XlllXXOl
Orders flllcd promptly and
ho fullest satisfaction guarran-
KINDS OF FltESlI MEATS
Cor. lOllt and Toiilar St.,
Cairo, - - - Illinois.
Iliiyannd tltiightera only thn !ctcaltlc,iW
and eheep, and Is re'oro'l in till any demand fo
fresh tueanta limn one pound to ten thoutan
TKAMKHIPfM ..' Wrs-hly hoiuKiw
York, Llvtriool nit uennlowu.
Kor iAs:t;;ni!plyto ClIA-i T. II1NDK,
DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
Alto, keep constantly oa hand a nott coat
plete. itock ol
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Wo are n?rnls tor J. lie Id A Co.' Celebrated
We sell exclitslrelr for Cash, t.) which bet wa
Invito tho attention of closo barnln buyer
Special atlentlon alrra to fllllnji orders.
rmX TlIK MOVE."
H. M. HULEN
Han KcmoTcd to His OM StaitJ
13( Commercial ienue
Where hntolicl ta a eonlinonne of palronax
his former cuito mer. aa well as tbal of aa man
new one aa may h ant prime groceries, protUioaiy
ole'-remarkably cheap for cah.
Term i Mrlctly rub, for which ha will toll
ower than the lowesl. itTtt
Cor. Stk St. & Washlngtoa arc,
Cairo, - - Illinois
It supplied with the freshest
CJrocwrlc, (Irten aiS Ilrletf mmd Cast
Dressed Poultry, Fresh Butter
And ererylhlns elsn neadad tor family atipply.
Itlslntlrortouoot thoU'.t stocked crocene m
A conllnnaooof puNlfl patronaie la respectfully
W. fitratton. T. Blnl.
TltATTOX A. BIRD,
accessor toSlratton, Hudson A Clark,)
Akciii or Aosarlcats I'owilar Ctv, mmu
St anufacltirrra Asrvata Ibr CoIIom Vssrst
Q . AVII.LIAMSO.V,
No. 70 Ohio Lctcc,
Npeclat atlrutlon Klvra to Ceatalaa
Birtita ana f IIIIbr Utrsltra
11AKEIIV AND C'ONFECTIONAKY
ho.vj;ry. H. SCHMETZDORF & CO
IIAVU12 a. far reoover.! from iUm iMta t.t Hi
Utelireus to Ui ntlnto resume businKss. atail
IheinseUea of tins method to Inform the public
that thoy havo opened a ll.kery un Iho
Cor. Elg-hth St. Si Washlugton arenu
Where they are prepared to acne thelrcustomer
1'nkes, C'lu Utiitaa Candle and CoMfec
Oa I lie most rvasonahlo terms. They will, a
hi'ri'ii'furi', keep it full supply of
In the tnanufscturn of which ther Iiav u.nii i
Thoy respectfully solicit a share of tho public
Corner KlRhth Nlrcet ata Ohio !,
Over Vmoeut'a Grocery aioru, Informs the paopltt
of Cairo that ho ha purchased and refitted In the
most thorough tuaaner tho
of J. O. IUkivcII, makini; It onoof th moat com
plotoln tho West. Ho 1 tsow prepared to do all
klndsot work; mhl line, from tlia HMALI.rl'
MINATUBK TO UFK-91ZE POHTItAITH. He
makes the new
lu tho most approved atylo. The tsaat kind ol
p.cture taken 'in cloudy; weather. Children
picture taken In three to four uond, old plo
ture copied nnd enlarged. Come ono,comel!
and teo hi apeclmeas, decjltt
And all kind
I.KUAI. A9 COMMKBCIAI. JtfA