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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIMAY 1871-
ONLY DAILY PAm JOOTTO
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PAINTS' OILS, ETC.
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U. F. Blake
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Dealers m
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Illinos
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STEAM EMINFS; 16ILERS,
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- CoppefrandShaetvlron Work
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: i-LOWICrV ON;-.
, ; .TEHTJl STREET
Commercial and WA$b-
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NTKKPMUE
Bank
Ckartre1 Marek 31.
orrrcie iv
City National Bank
r CAIRO, 1XLI1VOIS.
r . t 'VriOKHS ;
A. B. 8AFPOHDJ Prtfldent ) .
H. B.TATUIIf. VIccPrvlMenti1
W. UTaLOrHArtaurjMid Treuurar.
P. V.DAHCLAT. . ClfA.9. OALIOHEH,
k.cuusouamv.p.uuaV.
J-AWI.
aiaMlii f Aaaakat Kaealva4 fra
1 :Taa,CafaiaIJsward. '
lata rax t paid 9n t)pott. at lha rate of 4 pes can I.
w,MamHarhliilaad8apt..nw .
InUrf.tooiwilWrawn Uaudad'lmmadlstaly to
tba prineipal of tha dcpoalta. therob glrlnj tlm
'iiulw tMaVUaaJattsMaaatnal'- .
o own mvm cam draw it. i 1 'I
."Vaa,fcnlV.tfUk.'' 1 ' ' I t;
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tin ninunii ;Dinn
raw-, CAIRO, ILL1HQI5.
9. HAIt.lBAVi traSa1aat
A. .avABVMU CaakJa
' WAlI Mat UtUVOT, AaaUtatst Casaler
1 DIRECTORS.
JliMtar.TAfUir W, P, HallUay,
I'WSiiaiata.
BahLH. Caaalaikass-
sieaata mut.
A. B. Safford.
KxltanK.; Coiaft and
' U. BondBouKltt
and liold.
1 Jji la
Its' ! fl S'
lUOaaitaaaw
tOaai.
3R. vaoolirascS
sli " 6-W lo Juj
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BMSBM roW.-aTbataw Vlae-PrasM
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Idiww-tanllB Mad
CxcliiiBare. Celat, r Iliik tN'l5'
an United States HecutH
tier iSaHKlrt' aattl r.r
718OQltt!Sa0l43tLi
rGM. "
rninnp o i an
II III! II. Y iVii.Ml hu
Savings
1 Smiu'l jmIiv!mU . .ui vUlMfcadaM.MleeWO.'m?'? 1 -1 war iie watM. WU-M if". I p
wa:o ct J. S. BOBBINS,
ABO North El (i I. til SU, PfcUaeeHfc
Dobbins
Vegetal
Alor nd dreeaiog tlit.?wnLl
notl irta-n.tiio lUir7on'Itnur th
head.
It doe pot produce color
mechanically;iithe poiAon
preparatjpnf(dQ
It gradually
Jkacit wigipal icwVon
It causes a luxuriant!! g
of soft, flnolharrvJ
. r? Th r btor a dx feat article
:ateEOjffljrL'. r rrrs
Clean, aad Pare. tfo sedimeni.
Boldgyerywhci.
AfiKr FOR DOBBINS'. '
GROCERS.
SMYTH 4c CO.,
GROCERS
OHIOrLEVEE,
R.O. TTaTiXJg
o, .keep eoaeUuitly on hud noet aoas
pUt,itock o -
Sceteh and Irish ;WhlskIf I
' OX3STM.
Part, Madeirat Sherry, Catabaw
. . '
W MirMlT1r toe Cub, to which 11 M
ion of ciie wrgam oujan
8pcUl:,CJBtJon chrca to flillo etdtm.
fcT ItMV SWAN DEB
lfaiLINERV
iAltM FaralsUaff Gm4s,
irolcJl A.Yanue
Coratr XUith lrt."
111 kfnda afrlothllltf for LAdUfe' w..r m&da to"
I ord.r. or rJ mulo. Alto. fall Mfortra.ot
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
!0 AND CAIm
JP. IsAl. WAErD
la prepatej to delliat tae bt
fire Wood & Stone Coal
Inanjrp'art or ttie etty, in an qtiaotity desitM,
ao abort uotice.
Cos! cllrrtA at $4 SQTar Taa.
OKFICK-Oyar Baerwart. Ortb a Co.'a alo4
atoia, two doora abate tha oaroor of Kilitb atrMt
afld ImaMarrial ttacaa. . dacMl
frllCROSCOCti.
r "WV 1 "
mBK1 OEtEBRATEl . c
CRllllilCUPE
UatitBlWondi,Tafaa:ta;ibaaaa of.
aad prantical arallabllltyj eonbtnlns; mstractjoa
wllh amuaemenl, and never loa.sg It later!. It
'SaagnlflM- - - - - -
TEN THOUSAND TIMES
a power aqaal tA btber Sf)icroaeoaejor--Bn
1 HMWI ll.VU.l. .WIIOTP. ll.MV ..IIU. Ml
around ua, teeming with tlfo. which to the naked.,
ye must roreTer remain a sealed book aa eels In
loegar, aoloiala la water; cneeaemltaa, suaar ana
:eh lniecia. mltkGlobulea.cUwa and halraof In-
pacta, huodrada of area la a elnciaajrei of flf.
auasara Dfjitarnr iwivniu ipw punrcuj- ivriiiru
ealliers, the much talked of Trlnchlna pin,lja or
with thia Mleroeeope.-
It la of Infinate value lo profeaslonal men, to
taarhera'and to a(udcni, but nowhere la it of
creator value than n the family uabla, within the
reaehof eTery member. If w(IHIetthlTpnreif.
yourclnldren and your frlania during the long
winter evening.. It will show ynu adulterations
and uncleanlineaa ol rariouakludaof food, aa su
gar, tea, bread, meal,' Ac.
ItlBof Iac8tlnbrlYalueio tkeFrP;
in eiamlnlnd leaecta whloh pipy vvon ma crop.
Tha power of aJWraixroaeopo.aua aolalmple'in
Its onaruoiiuii iurit any uimu -van ui-iihhu.i -atAodiBfiJ
and with appreciations 1 .
A baaalif ll preaeas alegaiit, lotructtTl Axaus-las-,
and i heap. Over W,awluirwtieilil.
Curlpg the past U j eai its worth kaa aer n tea.
IAul tol ehauaanda of aclenllfla mrtVi tarmere.
aohool teachers, students, physioisaa, heada of
famillrs, and others.
PKICEft ).-Seat y Mall, Pot Fald
Ere
omel
ry ins'rumantls nesily Jboxel, aid Mad.
1 labeled with full dlrecUoai far use; Thau
lhit.hun.MlliiM.il -
aandahmva hmrnn iMlht al
Addms, ' w-.a.UOTaMW.',
i
vaicago,
'TnaaileraaMntiA 'i.m. ... 1 MrV...
4iia.f9ritrvrieaeiUr-tha myaiarlaa ol nature
a-tha
i IlIo
axplaioa-lntereaiing lutorraatlon on the won
dera-af eraaUoB atortaa.-akatebaa, In. Term
S6
II 00 par ifi.leuswi.-sjiatiiiaatraa
I fii- una t atr la mr nnn niirnliaiinB a fM Uigi.au. I
FRIDAY.
POLITICAL.
which, u.fitlU0a'tjhe.Ud.tekea.
for tha SUte. lti.Mk: )t0uko& U
takMi a 1he1fttfnj'Iin7 dfkuit-
SUUrwodld tr'ioon daponuUtcdi
tiowi in rcgara 10 me jvnii.iux ouirge
wo bkve MneeDuat bribe xmlmtlon of.
four gentiemnsoT Macon county, 'at.
MoTtoi6rwfrjJ '( ILfc wrapU(it?if.Viiegro
for "Ku'EiuxingV him, which ndod
prorBg tbat.thlan((ht M guttio44Bgafi
tlemea-Bii of whoni he'and iU'wfa iwo'ie
to having recognised, were omr?rhar4
elie, and that the negro I a notorious hog
thief and Biiacblef.mikcr. i ' ' " ,
The return! from the Weit Virglrila
election Indlcnto that tho Flick amend
uicnt, which ,remoret .the, politloal dlia
billllci of the ei-confederti aruL. the ne
grocj, ban been carried by a large, rnijorl-
The election in Minnesota harc.ulttd
adterlcly to tho payment of the Slato rail-
Way4ond. According to Mr. David A".
WeUi,.toli. U A.ipeciea of .repudiation tqat
will teriouily impair American credit
abroad. ,
The New York Herald iayi, Jlj a pqlltlj;
cal party u ererlaao ioaxtrjabie d
dlo that-party IthCBep"ubUoa party Jin
tbiiclty and State vtthit tlmo,' , Bei'ldca
the..ConkUng.Fn tin-Morgan 'irfabroglio
vl . , -at m . 4. 'i' m .
tuero aro 1119 xnm-, jaurpny-jona jocd-rane-Hortca
Oreeloy-Hank, SmllhiacU! r
TouMj-Tom Dick-&nd-HeBery--rAg-Ug
.'and'lbtanrcQmpUpatibnf, which)- waited
L .1 . 111 r - 1
wiia tno growing unpopuiaruy 01 uenerai
Grant, reader the entire LRpublf!an ta$n
t,(.t li .M.' -I.- . -'. 'til... ! J 1
vMtBo, v. M- Tr3 w m wink
wretchedly Jtd worklngcondmoBj ,-Tho
icrewa all ieeaa.to be loeaey tha cogwbeeli
jam' and Ja;Wh erajk, aail the
boiler eeemi to be on be,;wift'rpad to a
high-ol aj
ia-up all rofind.
MOTfttMrnHEJ3AV.
k
Toledo fatt.evav(a'COt0te4 ? baby.onl
two years old, that can spell words 'of four
syllables.
Some bboliaara like snail, cheap dic
tionaries;" you ffnd everythlnglhYro ex
ceptwhatyou.want, j. c-
Fittsburg expects io have silver smelt
ing furnaces next. Hitherto it has smalt
coal smoke, chiefly,
A Chicago paper says of a coteruporary
that "it has doubled its. circulation. An
other man takes a copy now."
We aro promised, a now stylo In the. ar
rangement of ladles1 hair 'ibis Spring
something ia.the Grecian order.
Tbe average weight, of tho humanhoart
is SJ ouncos.- Its work:ln a day la equal
to raising 124 tons one foot high.
Dr. Blake, a well-known F.ngiish phy
sician, sayi It 9fcly requires two London
seasons to rob a fashionable girt of" her
freshness.- - ' - jf
i
i An old nemo, in, Howard county. Mo-
Uiiald to 'bo a trlflesnorter that! a flour
barrel,
nr
p.lhe:WX000 deaths iM0fde4 in.
Ingiaod
ijodfa). iales.. fjrpM if$i: Vrly
2,000,000 were those of children under five
' Mr! McGoIgan, pastor'of a Prcsbytfr
lan church In Town, has withdrawn bo
causo tbe rules of tho church foibid Mrs.
McG.-to preach. 'j'J'i Z
AUUUk f JVU MUrblt Ul HUH U.CB.C. .
hair will jnake good,t)fa4Mp8:to two
xerra JUaute lames, wno naaja uuBgrco-
roent tho other day..
Our old friond, Dr. Livingston, tho Af
rican explores, is agaipj alive, but poor.-
Kalpb 1 Foljx, tho brother of Itachae!,!so
far from being killed in Paris, is going to
opon a London theater with a French com-
llalVt, Journal o( Ilcaljh says a six
penny sandwitcu, eaton leisurely in uia
can, is better for,you than, a dollar dinner
boUedatMiatiln'. -AX
Out In Iowa,, Cshipg!'pajtles of, thirty or
forty couples take' along- a brass band to
play qa one sido of the stream and, drivo
the flsb to tho hooks on tbe other.
Tbe Newark AdverlUtr calls New Jer-j
ley "a tight littlo SUte." 'Sarely.'tho ocll
tor does not give It this title becauso it
has Qilch,'SfcTsVj' Ughlnirigl1 la -U
Abbiqf.erklns failed tp.uUsfy a Bel
(ait, Me:;ijfafy; after ytkrwJays' hearlr)g.
ihAlJErancU.J'aiaUBT, prnmlitw .a.tnirry
her In 1805. and they rendoredwr.rdU
aornnllna-lw. S
' " m ' i
A 3
-OV
em. 4'"1 .ti-'ly'VUiLCjIiil iiHtifajl.il'
Tae German tenor. Nlesaao.iwaei kithe
1
1 1
ftnfiultAr to t(i jtnl of toine Xlfi.OeO.
alvorced huiWnd'bf arU See Vm,, hit!
married Henrietta Raabe, a noted actr
Tho Chineao tomplo of Quong "Wkh
Mucn In San Franctico, wu utely dodi-
cato4wltk;lmDottoa- -eareoaoalef .TClnore
are wo Abba joIo,f"al' tFo" door, eabh
twonty feet klfhr a,Bd:Iaaido.re iorenty-,
uto older uonet.
ThiJnmatWwlilch tho aaucy little
KnlkBraoaarawa,InorMte k aosaetkl
remarkableiThey llNrtod thlrty-ilx pf
thora In, HtchBond, ya., a .year.05 two,
ago, ano BOW uoro m oi .u....w.
TheleWof Wgr tiy tho Bonnet' Garre
croTaue ia estimated at 20,000 hegaheadi
And all tJrk Maabeoiute. oMjOaWTicUt
tho levee to tbat,.)e .mljrht haul hUgkr
throucb. Thli U a blir bee to put In the
ekoftfiirotwaianajpappfc.t.Hie
ae:i;ae!reariar rM Hf
I " 1 M M A.-a IJt K M )l L 1 1 I
rirlhia 'editor tiftvlng notified1 cqr-
re8iondenUUiatTalU.oomBiunicatlon Iti-
Unded for publfcailon rauit bo accomria-
nlod by the full name of the writer, re-
,cc(red otStdn a lady wiiprlgn,he 6wn
Ifnll narae,'io-)vt: Anna ilitlld'o Soph'la
A gentleman in a suburban town buried
hht tilth wifo. Shortly after tho funeral
ho met tho tnlniiter who officiated, and off
fered htiri athredollar'grctnbauk.
minister declined to take it, saying ho was..
not accostomcd to accept, pny, for such ser
vices. Tho gentleman cooly replletd,
"Just as you say; but that's what I've
been In the habit of paying."
The, following, highly .appreciative- tri
bute to California strawberries is from, a
Western paper: "Strawberries grow in
4altoraia all the Year rooadTi '-The straw-
(b4 Kam.'. 1cowidcriri?e; ,U U not
uncommon for an ordinary family to sub
slit on one for a week. It must not be
siippoledthat all'the.varietie. aro pfj t!s
size' I some are much smaller,1 and It il not
an uncommon thing, for a healthy innnjto
finish one at a meal."
Recently a thtof of tho Mawworra typo
said to a jugUoIreol, quito confidingiy,
"My lord, I realjy,assurp-ypu I committed
We'theft tn aea WomceiT-quijle,
indeed, against my own will, my lord.-
quite;' "Oir.'Yery.WBH," amid bis lorusutp,
"it is only rlgbiUkatiyou should) havo no
cause for complaint. Tho ofienso will bp.
met In a proper spirit' ' Xs you committed,
the act against your own will, you will je
punished agklnii yibuVwn will."
MAMtae fcAUKlTV NEWS.
- -r -T t ? v,"j -i
Mr. John Reynold, a well-known farmer
ofjMsai WOTtY,.died,onthe3d Inst.
Tbo donomluation 'o( Ghrljtians are,
taking steps for tbe.bullding of a church
edifice.
Tho license on retail liquor stores has
been raised by the county court from
sevenly.fivo to ono hundred and flfty
,doHars;a year.
The Maisac'-Joiirnni says: "Iu tho casei
of tho people vs. John W. Haley, for tho,
killing of Joseph T Harrington, which
was called yesterday, on -motion of the
counsel for the dofense, Judge Baker
granted a change of venue. The caso
goes to .'Mound City, and will come up for
trial i tbi 3d Monday of the nresent'nionth.
jppnp. W.;;Munn and Judge,Gteen havo
been retained tor iho defenseautTwe learn,
that Judge Allen will assist our able State's
NEW YORK NEWSPAPERS.
Correiponlertce'BnrJalo Courier.
We learp,fror tho country papers that
Commodore Vande'rbilt"is proparlng to
eatablish a'dally'paper in this city, with a
capital of n'early n-tnilllion dollars.'' As
Vanderbllt (i a pretty shrewd old gentle
man, and very careful of his money, poo
plt'.here 'do not bollovo he. baa any such
Intention. Thero is no need of anew daily
in New York aad certainly the Commo
dore Is In nonoed of an organ.' Thoi'aii
aiWreaUbllshed a-ywr ago, celebrated its
anniversary oh Monday, ah'd allured Its
friends thiti it is prosperous and strong.
Mr: 'Dana's effort to break it down ,
by abusing, its n editor, John Ruieeli
Younir." havo not been "very, sue
cenfui. Tho now one-coot, morptng paper,
TKc Kai, .which a co'uplo of adventurous
journalist projected somo Weeks ago,- 1ms
not ysi muuu iu appearance.,. as hid
Evehxng. Htet, at tha same price, has bo
come one of the bestrpayingclioap papers
in tbe New York,1 thero is a chanco for
The Ray to get in. 'At any rato. i hope It
will." Tllton'a OoWsnoe continues to
mako iuroadsi on itho 7n(frnii(n?, and is
said to be prospefing finely. Certainly, It
is a -great," deal Lworo yeadubla 'than
liowon's great, blanket sbeel, and in
ovory jospoct'a moro attructlvo paper
tnougn mucii less gignutio nnd ponaer
OUS
ivev.oiepnen u
JTviiuf'theodiie-
er, has retired from tho editorship of wie
VI, 1.1. I.MIIM IIVIH .1111 VUIhWIllll V. .l
CArisftats at Work, having found tbe du
re
All thirdailies.'ecoDt6 JTK.'aro pros
pering finely,-Tbe-papcr excepted Is 1
ArItl'sWswKt fiiwRlttTriosUlonVlMiold
undet Mr.burmoB4ananagomont to tho
nia in inn niiinrv tw rana m. nrav luuiuait
twirPT VTrTITTW.au rwinitwnn-.i; ,
PdnVafei: up
Utaai OB9our.auiband'iih(ris j, do not rake
Up 'ay,,Wlsqe f 'protect tno ' wnaer.
rci's aM"aaTV feelings, aud'expect a'
re 'Hi.
ties of tho, pc4lUog(Up;oaerouf. Clergy
men, generally, mako rather poor editors,
c6mr'nlsXfe
odlv isken'waoJtntifckoiat lo run a ipapor.
VU Q. A. K.
IKrom lh New Tork Standard, May Mh.J
During tho present week at Boston tharn
la to be a otenslve gathorincof ex-sol-
dlew,fcmetnberi'of varlous army socictlos,
wflo, corao logeiner ior ineir. annual ro
'dBton lnrfrcastlrig. The National F.n
caiaMtMait or tbe Grand Armv of tho Re.
public convenes on Wednesday mornlnir.
rfnd ln;tho eventng will lit down.to a ban-;
fluoiatlfaneuiruan.. , On Thursday tho
society ot tho Ninth' Armv Corrs sitdown
ta diarat wlth General -Auraaida. .their
,bW, fommaader, and.la,thb.jsvenlng tho
Massachusetts commandory of the
.uovat ..Jjestonr.iCeiebraM.atUialr.' an-
BivanarTii'uniijrniay. nno'rneetine
Of: llirtM.hWTVUr- Aar Armlr1 f V h
Polbmac'taVs1pYa:3? followed by. the'socl
etlos of tho Sixth Army Corps and tho
OaValry Uorps. The Grand Army of tho
r.-ocmbr5oL,in Ju, amnbership, and
Geaj,JHookcr,ii7rJeflsanton Aleado nnd
many olberhave accepted Invitations to
bo present Tho arrival of General. Slicr
ldanfrom Kurono is anxiously looked for.
General Logan,, tho prpaent sCoftrmandcr
of tho Graqd Army, the general stair,
and i.tlio cdclecates fromi ' Califor
nia, taryUBd District ,6f Columb
I'flnnsvlvania. and mti' Kt4tnV r,t thn
West, ro'dcy.ous jrt this city to-lay, arid
leavofor, I)ostim'-(n n.'body tbi; evening.
Fof. 4Li Conttrianilerablp of tbe Grand
Army quito a, contest will taku place,
Atiioiig thu. candldatea Gen. llurnsldo,
DoKrPlcA'San'ton and Gen. N. P. Chlnman
"of Waiblhcton k'ra amonir tho mora nrni.,-
incnt. lloforeiho Hociotv.of the Army pf
, ii ; . ..('. . I ;
tno-rotnmiir, ur.nraircniui or Wisconsin
delivers :ino -annual oration.-' Tim con
test! also7''fof tlie '-lrosldohby of the So
ciety, promlscs-to bo exciting, and should
Gen. Sheridan arrivo '.In season, the honor
will possibly bo given htm.
The BfUan'a Otn.
Tho correspondent of thu Now York
Ilerald says of tboparpot presented to
this government by tbe Sultan' of Turkey
for iho-OAJt roon of Iho WWlo House:
"ino sultans gin was borno, into tlio
apartment. anrolled,-and instead ofia
uuuuiiiui aeaign, as nai eipecinuta .yel
low, red. nnd whlUr.itrlpcUi carpet, .with
vine work,-not unlike tho crudo deslghs
discovered on.anclont .Egyptian ware. dr.
porhaps,mQro correctly speaking, tho fun-
taitic urawins .or ambitious urchins, was
ioMrrMtv..rviiaTO.iuu.iiionQWuyu tapciiry
ifibricatod by one Hadji Halil-Elendi Si
.yandjl Zade,T' bConstantihoplq., Tho c4r-
P0tIs.:Mdly sewoU'1'pgolfc.c.maiqhed In. a
aoian places; ano ..when atrctentd afid
nailed do wa' Will -present to tbo'eyo Innu-
'mbrdblborponttne llncutterfy dlsflgdr-
inc tho hitherto sorroeble appearance of
tbe executive saansion;' but as it edsttho
govornment nothing; and'lt wpuld bedfs
reepectful to our friends ia tho neiahbor
bood of the Ooldcn Horn not to accept it.
the sultan's, prcscnt .will doubtless continue
to aisngure tne exocuiive mansion '
Blsinarck aad Farrs.
FRASKTOBToif-TUE-MAiN. ifftvC llis-
.marck, attended, by. JBaroi. Yon. Axnlm.
has had two Intorylows with Favro and
Ponyer Quartier. The latter declared
that tho paymont by Franco of
contribution in accordance with tho
preliminaries of "ponco was Imposslblo.
and asked for concessions,' offerinc
os an equivalent for tho prolongation of
1110 comraorciai treaty nn aavan-
tageous arrangement with tho east
ern railways. Favro asked for possession
of forts Charonton, Noire nt, Itnsney and
Naissy by the Ye rial lies forces, also tho
return of all captured arms and munitions,
and prompt return of all prisoners of
war. Bismarck .Insists upou strict and
immediate compliance with the prelimin
aries of tho poacO convention. Ua sug
gested that loaifti be obtained from Eng
lish, French ami Gorman banks, and
added further that protraction in paymont
of tho indemnity will entail serious come
quonccs iipon tho Versailles Government,
aWTho following
"apology" Is pub-
llshod in a Topoka, liansas, papo
er:
"An Apology. Somo time last winter
Dr. S. K. Sheldon ordorod me to mako him
a' Ann' singlo breasted frock coat, to bo
worth $19. I made the coat, and it was a
perfect fit; but bo left It on my hundx, be
cause ho wanted a swallow tall Insteud,
wberobv I suffered a loss of $20. This
spring do ordered of me a business suit,
nnd. endeavored to again loavo a coat on
my hands. I told bim to loavo mo tho
whole suit or pay mo for it. Ho refusod,
and I kicked bim out of my shop at eight
o'clock. on tho morning of March 27, 1871.
lie has since, however, paid mo, and re
quested an apology, which I now. mako,
and stato that bad ho paid mo for my
work as requested, I would not havo
kicked htm out of my shop as abovo mon
tlonod. J. V. HART."
A. II. Stophens issomctimoscnllod
an aristocrat, but hero is a picluro or bis
household: Mr. Stophens could not but
bo entertaining. Tho colored children of
his household, servants como and go nt
will, squat on tho floor, play with tho dog.
pr stand. beforo tho fire and staro to tboir
heart's content, tnko part In, convocation
wheqover thoy desire, boing humored n
overythlng by their mueh-lovod mastor.
In his bachelor life his servants aro his
family; and tboir wolfaro has always been
a loiirco of anxlotv and comfort to bim.
So writes a radical visitor.
Problem.
t -Tho following question is said to
have
proved a stumbling block to a great many
appiiqanw .examined jor .places In tho
Census Buroau at Washington : ' A. sold
AcdwUfolwoflty-Hvq, 4ollftrs"and, by tbq
transaction '.lost sUtcerj kan4 two-thirds
por cent. Ho sold another cow at an ad
vance of sixteen pgr cont. for Juit'onough
to cover '"tho Ibfs-iipon tho first cow, how
much did ho got for the second cow?
AnwooUcIt,ed, ,.
WSf" Loading cdltqrial articles, einbru
cing:commontsion tho topics of, tho day,
aro said to have beon invented by tho latoi
John Walter, of iho London Times. Hn
foro he took that japbr In hand, tho daily
Journals, did no'r ook' to guido tho pulllo,
or oxorolsa politloal inOuonoo. They wore
ysewi papers, little jnorpi, any polcal artl
clas Introduced being in the form of 'Gut
ters to the editor,"
iicpuDiin is composca particularly, ot uio
1o'6tt!(rwiwwTil
tllei rjllloiviilthoirph vcTr tniiiv nlficor.
spanmeni. woe colors nro yop neavy
fto dojilirgUogfthc fof
a4c7tnaoaM)f-lHa nrlaolBali.Barlor br
PHYSICIANS.
AWADC1THAI, W.f7,,P -a
clan, Surgoon and: Accoucheur, for-'
metlf ol Adds, Uaioa Co., Illlnolt, has perms
nanny looaied m city. OPFlCE-CommerciH
ArtDUa, between tin and 9th Btreets West aid.
marchldly
CW. DDNIV1IVQ, M.D, Ilci-
I DENGE Corner Ninth and Walnut '
JFFJCK Corner BUth Street and Olilo Uvae
Or FICK HOURS-rrom t a.m. to It m., and i
pm
WILLIAM R. iMITH.M. D
REHIDBNOB-No, 91, Thirteenth ' ten
.etwsen Wmhloxtati Arenue pndj Walnut S(rfe(
ComielrAe'ri'e i Hrlrp
HWAIIU.VEK, m. I., Cairo
. nramrvfip n . vi i . .t. i
iiiimiioviti v.m iirr ni ..luncrnwi pt
and WaahlKton era, C1FFICR On Commercial
a.,OTer iho I'oitoffice. OFFICE iOUKS
from ion m to 12 m., (Sundays excepted and
rrom z to o p m.
CARD.
at. 7 i7 Tk " ! U'i'ur .Willi III tuilllfnj
Tltwantnaa haninM l.ia m I mm .!. il . It-la. I
riaifvj iiwni wmci win nn u iotneiruiVNtitffr .
to mtMt.iH Inlh JiAftUuf the old ecfubliihed
nrrnui ,
Mason, Fenwick & Lawrence,
PalentJAge uta, WMhlDBtoni I.C.
Tlley harrt dnn my ,bnsinea to my sattafAj.
Hon. and 1 take pleaaura lnri-corumen'llojrihrm
tq 'talctn luteatoM.
XVH. II. I'ARIllB,
Inrantvrof IinproteU llovolrlng- Tubular Water
urate Bars. . .
Cairo. Aprfl .10.1171. airll.l2m'
X asspplleat with all klaaU ol
SUPERIOR LIQUORS
Beor, jOULe, eJbo.,
ON
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Retween Eighth and Klnthsfreets,
' CAIRO,. ILLINOIS.
a.lhlraty, whs love good liquor, should, girt
. aim a can, anu mono nno want a
Can have their wanls'aopplied at hip bar.
H
OUME MOVING.
FBAvTlCAls
house mxm mm
Is prepared to do ell kinds of
HOVHR MOVIIfO, HOCBE RAI8IMQ
AND
Kepalrlag- of Ewerjr Dtacrlwtloai
On the meat reasonaMe terms. Orders left at the
residence of Mr. Kennedy, on Center street, next
door to the new anhool building, or addreaaed to
the. care ol I. O. Box ls, or ihe Bulletin onVe,
will receive tirnmrx aitentl.in. mvmf
ANTED, AGENTS.
Herenty.Bve to two hundred dollars per month
evervwhere. male and female, to Introduce the
Genuine Improved Common Henao FamilySewing
Machine. Thla machine will stitch, hem, fell,
tuck, bind, braid, cord, quilt and embroider In a
mgpi superior manner, rnco only f ia, ruuy
warranted for Are veais'. We will ay l,000 for
any machine that will sew a stronger, more beku
llfulor more rla.tlo aeamthanonra. It makes the
Elastlo LockHtltch." Every second etitchcan
bo cut, and still the cloth cannot on pulled apart
without leering it. We pay agentatfotoriUOper
month and expenses, oracommisaton from which
twice that amount cm h rnirfn. Vnr rlM.nlnr
aud terms, apply to or eddreee,
13d Bpruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
ClOTIOM Do not be Imooaed unon brother
naitlea D.ilmlns oil worthleaa cast Iron manhlnai
under the aame name or othervilNe. Our. la the
only g.nulne and really practical rheap machine
iiiaiiuiauturct. . aprioidui
JOHN GATEN
Proprietor of the
Billiard Saloon and Bar Room
El Dorado
106 Commercial Ave.,
Cairo - - - - "Illinois
ATTORNEYS.
AL si EX. MVLKEY
IVIIEELEIt.
ATTOUNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT
LAW.
William JT. Allen, 1
John II. Slulkey, CAIBO, 1 1. 1.,
Nniuuel 1. Wheeler )
Particular attention paid to river and admiralty
Imainoaa.
Uttea Uooms T A 8 Wlnter'a Dlork.
KEEN St GIUIEUT,
ATTOBNETS AND COUNSELLOttS AT
LAW,
rVllllaiu II, Green, )
irilllam II. cnlberl, y CAIRO, H.I..
M Ilea '. Ulttterl, J
ript-oia) atiention given to Admiralty and Steam
H.ai buaiueta.
UUloe au Olilolieyee, Uooms 7 anil
ear City Natlontel Uautk.
OOD IIITTENUOVME
Pcccaaaoaaor Ansa A Co.,
FLOUR
AMU
General Commission Mercbaoi
N, l?a; "paMi IevcV.
"novlllf
CMHQi ILL.
&ii nw.H. r riA.. .re herobw bOlifieiLtbat
omand after the liih.of May, 17I, I IU kdl-
all ttnliotnaed doira found ninnlpe loote'ihalde
rromanti arier me uin.ui 01 j, i.mi 1 .
h corporate limit!'' clT Jl-CattoK'l'eai
lined uoga iminn ninuiiiK
rule irmiuj f lhaelty oj-i
at lh fiv; lerk'S 3tBfca
bo found 'as ih niv; nerK'S oroca flawy dorinir
oitlnehoura, from the 1st of stay until tliMMMei
Cairo, April 19,-1111. i aprDdtd
COMMI3SIOr4FOAWAlaiH.
'tsoetewSrs W Kf YHifilnTiiH Jco.i
FORWARDING
n , " ' ' r 70 ilOtf TIJ Ol!) 3JJ
' r: q-jDi wqrno; torbooi ioa
r , ,t .,riju...ri,iHow "jalwol
; J J tl ti.v ,Wfol Itto Ci
1 - ' "x-d rati nirnol edT .silr
tn - PrtOrrTI ETOWr. ',,f
' ' - I -'ftl oitibn lortBAS I''
-.r' gMRO jlililNflWi
MRERAi. Ai:AifjJ7-,jr.
MltANHftflinsnoior bca
Raf.lro jirrnared to rer17fii)rriTii( forward
frelfrhts to. nil point, hudewry anil sell oatnm-
mtlon. . , .. .v.,
(:ililfne sirenTel Id WIIH nrnrrtpteefs.'"
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t 0 U To ogu
OfiAl,,; H
11 nlltca-n tltu
r" ' 1 " -I ii;t ni i Ji5qao
MERUANTrvid r.td
' 'andeaiels-'rn-. 'V 1
ASA w a -v t
rL lSTEREli'nAIR. '
r .i2
Cor. 8lk Street aal OklLce
."J-;9i ef c
febllJCm
, . r 'Wt high' ' t
R. W.Mlllia.
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r-:irjf etH'
jyTILLEK tePJkMMffrfrm
II
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I ocr.Jt t-J l.ucM'liweoaous tierJllo
Forwardirt&:,.Me'aiits
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FLOHHtCOatXeOATaaJ HAY,
i xiSi r.nrjij.njI'H.Ioff
-1 pf-r ' n Jooia ooT MJitorrt
CAIRO! TbtZlim."
TNO. II. PHIIilVlfi, iltt . T,
" r. ,.i,'. 1,. , T
(Bnrcosaor to' Tarker ft Fhmtl.l
QSHBBAIadl 7.J IrtI V
CO MM I
11
And Dealer m -.
Flour, Meal, Hay, 'Cora, Oata,
CorJOthSt&Ohio Levee
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. "
TTALLmAYBBOfflE.,
I
vtmmn
sqortr
MERCHAJIT8T
1IKALCRI IH t
FLOT3R
And Agents ol
01(10 KTYEIt A5D KANAWrfi,
SALT COMPANIES
. -. I.' t
ttt-o. 70 oacxo sua
CAIRO ILLINOIS?
Q D. WILLIAMSON, '
GROCER
ja?JROJIJGJEJ '
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OMMI!5'1KCJafT
No. 76 OUorK tHI
CAIHOalLL.
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w..8tran. mo-il
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