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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JUNE 18, 1871.
u lint AY HKOS
CUk, 111 J.
in niL m..r
AT llAKCLAYs' IU1UO MORE.
Fawn Hirrii, Daim.
hatches to certain miccIAihI execution
nlao. whoro Urine parlies nro itr.lioncll
and UGCp ircnrnin uuu ucivio uniiu. vim
c ilwi nlnres It tlio JJcole Militairr: nil
ollior tlio Co'frnt Xapolron. Immediately
liplilnil tlm jioici ,uo vpuc, at mo caserne
Nniiolcon, since iarnii'iii, bw porsoni
i..- in not. ana thd court vara is juii
., i.i.uvl ntiil dcml bod nil. 1 it induco tlio
prisoners to march without reslstatico, tJioy
nro 10IU Hint un-'j ru iu uu mni-i.
.ninna mrir di. miu il b uiiij ""vh .uu.
arrivont tlio placo of oxocullon that tho
Umvl ntiil 1x1(1 1 OH Dcioroiiiem mKu Known
in thorn Hint tlicir Init Lour has nrrlvcJ.
There nro Invariably wnmon Mid boys
nmonir them: 'nnd they scream, and cry.
hiuI bog for marcy, but are pushed for
ward and snot tiown. it is said Hint iu,-
000 persons havo thus been executed; J
trutt tlmt this is a grots exaggeration."
MO0KINO BIKl) FOOD
11 arit'V " WITIIU'T tnu'eir
JJ K t, M II O 1. D'g
AWH.l) 'fORAPK) PILLS
AWIU l. ORAPK
AW1IA) SlnHAtT) PI LI.
GRAPE I CAT
ap aii. r
it r. l n it o i.'n m i: uici . r.s
FRKSIt FROM FIRST HAND",
Alway la slock lu l.artfc Mipply, .m l fur .ile by
It r r I ) It r n .
just n k i: k i v k d
For Kale by the Miami. Until- or tinlluii
9Extra Kink Colouse;
0Gk.vci.vi: Imported Extracts;
tVlU ir, Tooth and Nail IIrij.hies;
ay India Rudder Nursery Goons;
WHAT IT COSTS.
Tho coit of runnlnc tho wlilto homo
under tho present administration is no
llRht afl'nlr, and tlio items will show tho
plain peopio ol mo country wnoru um
money goes that thoy nro so heavily tax
ed to furnish. In llio Congressional
Globe, second part, socond session,
Forty-first congress, on page 1,881, can
bo found tho ostimntod expenses of tho
white house for 1870-71.
II. 8. Grant
IVi.to Hnrrtirf. It. M. DOUIfla.
Aasleitent Private Secretary, J. T. hly
Kxecutlve Clerk, I., r. mickiey
Kaeeiitlve Clerk. O. C, Hnlffli -
Detalltd Clirk, W. II. Crook
Detailed Clerk, W. II. Fry......
Military Secretary, Major and Brevet Ulg-
..ll.r rinno.nl Horace Porter .T.
Mllltarr Sfcrolary, Major .n J llro( Urlg
ilicr fjencnil I K. uncock..... 2,7oO
Xlllfriirr Hccreimrj, w.jui nuu uivin
riri...,ll.r fipnrral llailoftll
sniiiarv HwrotArv. llretet Brleadirr rion
Do irkteDi .1. . .hlef .
HccrctArv to bieu land ualeuta. N. C.
iiruuaa , i ,ijuv
Stationery nnd contingent fund S.tiOO
i.amp iignicr i,iw
l.aliorera on nideHaiks 1,0U)
Laborers on ground 3.0U0
Manure and linulioK - 3,W
I'AintlDit cxter.or.... 15.000
I'lanlK.flo., lor green houto....: t,000
Annual appropriation for flttinK up and
Admlrnl I'oor, nml Liout. Com. Jewell,
United Stales Navy, wero .mnrrlod in HU
John's Kplscopal church ln Washington
A now dwarf, styled tho I'rlncoiis
Fclfcio, Is exhibiting licrsulf in London,
preparatory to viMling Now-York. Sho
Is roportcd to bo nltio yenrs old, eighteen
inches high, woighing six pounds, nnd of
entirely symmetrical proportions.
A Russian noblonian, who received
bis degree from tho universities of St.
Petersburg and Heidelberg as a thorough
student of Jurisprudonco.and who can read,
writo and speak tho Itusilan, Gormnn,
French, Italian, English, Latin, and Greek
languages, advertises in Hartford for a
situation as coachman.
PURE WHITK LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Bel grajra'in large tork and ra
riely, tery elieAp;
Full Lixic or Coi.m!,
oar lie in mi.;
Paint Brmhet, I.iieed Oil,
Wbltewah Uruhe, Turpentine,
Varaiher, KW. elf.,
All aixm ao i:i.uiu gi'AHTiri
Scxhat MoRxixo, Junk 18, 1871.
JOIIX ir. 0I1ER,V, Eoitoa Au Pi-RLUiiru.
Tum or tile Daily Ilii.i.r.iiv :
dot frk, by carrier v
ut tnustli. by Mail, TS
Thiw inotithi i aa
sit monih 4 r,
Or. jr, ... a mi
TU (Atialmptrof Aluanitr tounl.v and of (Ac tity of
Oatro ; tu onliimorninf dailn in Southern Minoii;
unit-unit foiunai. ttiaU. but fcarltu ; out
tpokn oK oii mtrti of inttrttt to the public ;
la clargt and intrmsiwi cireuUtlon, the Jlulle-
Kuiiprromv;iof intlllnjent remlert uwl
tutrjnn Ikiucu mm.
Tnx dollar wkeklv bvllktin.
loin H. Oberly t Co. hate reduced the anb
MiftioB price of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin t
OuDtfar fviuumm, making It The rlicaprat p.
Hr soWhw u southern Illlnola.
How uniueeeiisful have been the
plaintive sppcaU of tho New-York re
publican press for the German vote Ikis
bten clearly thowri in theainuMii,' con
venation between a frank and patriotic
German nnd the New-York cones,
pondent of the Ronton o,t, given in a
"tier, an extract of which is nublinhed
in to-dayV Hri.l.KTiN, The trouble
the party are indued inuuinurable.
Th Ccrwans refute to be cajoled, and
bear not even the .lightest remembrance
t tl1 """ouh priicli'ination, iued
irotu WacbtngtoiiiKome months ninco,
r, mV1!" cxI'r,i!h bc"ufit' w,,i
P1W leuceu (lBrmnll iIlftitulions
J Ae or ,i,e ruitcd SllltLM ((s
UU"dtd "'.'I Kta.e,me in
U01n COUhtrii.a H' .
lU,,u: J '.. ,e.eu"K nimiiiK the
K Z .T Utt 100,1 f New Yuik
k imUu.... pi
too. practical bv ' M,J,,i arc
and wounded .tit "1C nwi
-Gen. Banks announces tlmt he is not
a candidate fur the presidency.
Gen. Logan, is a furorato republican
candidato for governor of Ohio. '
Tho Indianapolis Sentinel announces
Thomas A. Hendricks as a candidato for
A Wyoming women-woman com
plains that hundreds of the sex refuse to
vote in the territory unless coaxed to do
so by good looking men.
Tlio official voto in West Virginia on
the " Flick nmendment," which ptrikes
from the state constitution tho disfran
chising clauac, was as follows: For rat
ification, i!3,51G; aguinst, 0,323; majority
for ratification, 17,223.
In the Massachusetts houso Thursday
Mr. Bingham, democrat, offered n resolu
tion instructing the New Hampshire sen
ators and representatives in congress to
introduce and support a resolution for the
purchase of Independence hall nnd failure
in Philadelphia, the same, to bo dedicated
to constitutional liberty on tlio '1th of
Jeff. Davis sbj-i his speophui have
been wholly minconstrued by the northern
press. Ho says ho never wished, directly,
or indircctlv, to counsel the southern peo
ple not tn tolerate the situation. Ho thinks
they ought to wnit patiently until tho re
turning good conn! of thu northern people
brings about a reversal of tho more obnox
ious feature in recent congressional leg
islation. Ho dUavowe strongly anything
liko a revival of armed reltancc.
A letter in the' Pittsburg ' WhomcU
mys : "As tho mutter now stand, preii
dent Grant has only one formidable rival.
Taking un observation from this political
ineridieti, and looking through tho small
end of the tuk-cope, we seo thu broad and
benignant face of f.trmur Greoley at the
other and it U upparent that president
Gnnt will liavo no alternative but to try a
Ut'.lu of thu rotary niolioii, and nuo what
virtue there I m tho IVtlvu circle; and ho
may' Audit ueceary to ko to the extent
of coquetting with Jelf. Davis.''
MWI'orltHiiM will happen in thu but-t
regulated families. A warrant was
served for the arrest of one of tlio presi
dential brutbori-ln-luw at the Fifth av
enue hotul, In New-York, u few days ago.
That gcntlcim.!:, Mr. Luwii- Dent, had
had a draft of i'J5U upon thu treasurer of
a cerliiin cniiipuiiy cashed fur him, but
upon present"Mon of It to thu gentleman
upon whom it win drawn, ho said ho
knew noti 'iv; of it, Wanting his money
buck, he had a warrant served on Gen.
Luwis Dent. Tlmt gentleman procured
ball and left for Washington. Tho New-
A CHKW OF T011ACCO 8KNg A MAN TO
From the Fottruin Ouanlhvt
A "chaw" has sent a man to tho non.
ltcntlnry. It scorns that a registered letter
which had boon forwarded to ChicaL'o.
from one of the country nost-offlccs. wki
tampered with at some point on the route.
Upon arrivinc at tlio placo of destination.
five $100 bills which ought to have been
n me envelop wcro not to bo found. Tho
matter was put in the hands of a skilful Hn.
tcctlvo for Investigation. Upon 1 00k in e at
tho envelop hediscovorcd whoro it had been
oponcd and rescalod. He then examined
tho mucilage with a microscope, nnd saw
that small particles of plug tobacco ad
hered to tho papor.
At onco tbo offlcor resolved to track
through tho various offices, nnd seo who
of Government employees had handled
lettors, cuowed plug, rot somo timo the
case looked liko a hopeless one. The post
office clerks in tho rural districts nearly
all chewed tho fino cut. Finally, at tho
very offlco in which the letter was mailod,
the postmaster offered tho official somo
pluc, in response) to a reoncst for 11 chew.
and, as tho unfortunato official was soul
upon bis own recrimination, he rcmurk-
d that " no bad never chewed anvthinc
clso but plug"
upon this statement the detect vo ran
tho risk and arrested the surprised coun
tryman, not for chewing plug tobacco, but
lor robbing me united Slates mail, upon
searching tbo offlcor, tho missing bills wero
found won roidod up in an old fashioned
daguorootype case. Tho dishonest post
master is filling an engagement at tho Illi
TUK METHODISTS MAKK A DKCK.NT UPON
Wo have a dispatch from Great Suit
Lako City announcing a grand Methodist
camp meeting in full blast there, in tho
heart of tlio town, loo proasning is in a
mammoth tent brought over from San
Francisco. Our reporter says that a great
congregation of Mormons and Gentiles
was gathered to hear tha sermon of the
Rev. Mr. .Boole on Monday evening, and
that he doalt some heavy blows against
the new Mormon revelations, which told
well among thoso followers of Urigham
Young who have been wavoring
in their faith in his infallibility.
This camp meeting, then, is a inctho
dist missionary enterprise to carry the
light of the gospel among tho polygn
mists of niormondom; and no doubt it will
contrihuto to weaken the hold of the Pro
phet Brigham upon his deluded followers.
Meantime tho Gcntilo miners nro crowd
ing into the Salt Lako valleys, and tho
Pacific Railroad, in various other ways,
has lirnkcn in unon the seclusion of tho
Latter Day Saints, so thafwe think it may
bo safely prophesied that tho days of the
Mormon nolviramlsts in Utah are num
bered, and that within a few years thoy
will have disappeared wlllinut any lur
Dior intorvontlon from floncrcaa. -Yew
I'AHTICULAlia OF THE AWFUL COOLIK SI1IF
A Sun Francisco despatch elves the par
ticulars of thu burnW nf if,- .bin tln
Juan, which left Macao on May 4th with
a cargo of coollr-s for Peru. Tho Don
Juan bonded at Macao, taking- sir hundred
and fifty coolies on board for Peru, and on
tho Cth was burnod to the waters edge, nit
moro than fifty miles from Hong Kong.
Tho coolies, who have arrived In Hong
Kong, all aver that their treatment
was humane, and they had nothing
whatever to complain of tither as tho al
lowance of food or tho quality or quantity
nd tho wholo affair was simply accidental.
Tho other view in tho question, namely,
VJMSKL WAS SET ON FIRE
by designing men among tho Ohlneso, Is
not Impossible. Ono of tho men distinctly
avers that ho hoard an explosion of gun
powder aft, and alio stnolt a strong smell
of it. Others again say they did not hear
any roport ; that they wore noarly over
powered by tho slckoniiig smell of tho
ship's material burning aft. It is to bo re-
S retted that the European who had the
umanity to open tho batches did not suc
ceed in saving his own life, as lie wu
overtaken by too coolies, who mado a rush
at tbo boat waiting lor him, and a general
scramble occurred to get to it, tho Europe
ans using arms to prevent tho coolies get
ting into it. In this scramble several
Chinese were drowned. The boat how.
ever, ultimately auccodod in setting clear
of tbo ship, but had not gono far when It
upict in sight of but not within reach of
tbo coolies. The coolies then seemed to
havo had a little leasuro to look around,
when they observed tho other three boats
at a distance. Dunne this timo all tho
materials of the shin were ranidlv burn.
A LA ROE NUMI1ER I-ERISIIF.D
in tho hold, somo of whom, no doubt.
wero suffocated, but the cries from others
was piteous. Many, however, lumrjed in
tho wator and escaped, by drowning, tho
UURRIULE DEATH UY TIRE.
While tho luckless men wcro on deck
and on tho bowsprit in this position, one
of tho masts fortunately gavo way, and
tho men at once mado a rush nnd scram
ble to reach it; thoy clung on with des
peration, calling as loud as they could to
savo their lives. They had net been
long in tho water before a fishing junk
camo up, and they wcro taken off, two or
tbreo at a time, in a small sampan.
Tho mast was held on the wreck by wire
rigging, and would othcrwiso have drifted
away to tea. The coolies stale that there
were no less than
FIFTY EUUOI'EANHOX THE VESSEL.
so it ro mains to bo scon what became of
them. Some, no doubt, wero lost in the
boat that was swamped. From Macao, It
is reported, that thirty-fivo of the crew
havo arrived there, and are unanimous in
stating that the
and set fire to the ship aft, in hopes of
forcing all to abandon uer, and so take tne
vetsel. It seems they thought the flro
could be extinguished afterward.
THE RESIDENCE OF A TERRITORIAL 0'
His Excellency Governor McCook has
taken the splendid dwelling recently
(reeled bv . ii. J-.ioeri. ., in ivenvcr, 1 i--T-v--riT a t
n...ll,n l.nnL- nr fThnrrv f'reoL-. nnd Iliat VX Jl JlXVlJ
back of General Pierce's, and has furnished
it. with a decree of macnificcucu not
equaled in the city or Territory. Among
tho man till and table ornaments are many
raro and curious thlncs from various for
eign lundi, all arranged with exquisite
taste. The arch betwoon his elegantly ap
pointed parlors is festconcd with two large
Hags or tuo nuest iiik, ono being tue
banner 'if his legation while Min
ister to the Sandwich Islands, tho other
a prize captured by the general from the
rebels In Tennoiseo. in wio library are
un intlnito number of ancient, raro and
cottly volume, gathered from choico
literary collections 111 asiungiou, new
York, Philadelphia, and elsewhere. The
governor is now a well regulated fixture GENERAL
111 U1U lurruurj, nwi u luiiuiwunuu lis iu
be able tu entertain his friends in a man
ner to convince them that Colorado has
not only comfortable, but luxurious
homes households whero may bo met'ro
tliiciiirnt as puro and intelligence as cul
tivated m in tho richest salons of tho
COMMIMSION AUD FORWARDINO.
DEALBBS UN- XiIIMIDE
Cement, Plaster Paris,
V LAST K 11 E It ' S II A I II,
Corner Klarbtla Ntret nnd Ohio I.vr,
.MILLER & PARK Bit,
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN.
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Sncceior to Parker A Phillis,)
CQy A telegraphic dispatch received
yesterday announces the death of the
lather of Col. M. W. Clusky, of this city,
at Brunswick, Georgia, on Wednesday.
Charles P. Clusky was born in Kings
county, Ireland. His father, himself tho dis
l1n::uUlied architect of Churlemaune Cat-
tlu, gave ids ton a thorough, practical and
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE,
. OA! no, ILL.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Burrcbburx to II II. Ilendrlcka 1 Co.,)
Hcientiiic education to fit him for tho pro- Forwarding and Commission
tt'ssiun of architect and cnuincur. In 1B2'J
lie emigrated to Georgia, und was soon
oub to life aud limb
engaged in tlio coiiitruction of many pub
lic and urivatu bulldlucs and works. The
medical coil'.'gu at Augusta, ija., was 01
his design and construction, as well as oth
ers ton numerous to name, it. a residence
of eichteen vears. In 1845 ho wastbocity
York UurMsav.it is altouotlior Hkelv enginoor of Savannah, which offlco ho hold
ro ho was employed by congress
eatiuectUm, f u,0 Inmates of the white public buildings, and most of his sugges-
t v w i . i nr 1. 1 a ati:s. i
Pension, i.t i,Kim :;; x.X ter1'''" "vu. iu m w'JeybTreV;
tnus early, they may become 1 3 7, "'"-'-'" " m-uoingsui me l0 maj, ,v thorough examination ot tne
. I . . mw " It I .'J a IIV1UIIV. -JUIIUIIIU., itlWB. VJ. .... "br
Wlieil ibn l.n... . el llOle. vitl 1.. I . S .1.. , ,1.... ...il.n.nn.ninlj tvnrntnudn Hll
the I residential campaign, to fuirly un- 1U h" llel. Wtti n, PP"l'0ll enginoor of tho city of
I thero i i . i - . vnanungton aim uiao uiuriiiiuiiuvui.
vaeI.llHirul Advances made uponc2f
Are prepared to receive, atore aud forward
ireigiiM w an pomiaanu iuy and
sell on coniiuiralon.
"IliiallieHM attended to promptly.
wu u. um pcrnaps mere U n
lul fitness of things in strife aud blows
mong Radicals even uowj they
Kt bo accustomed to hard knocks that
len the next election will
in no wue disturb their moral health
abdeHuau,Wlty. 0r Kadieal friends
have got so belligerent a til
lulge in the tue or cudgel, to ,
political argument,. h K"' r co
" wm losses ol thai
On both side, i ,,...' ' a J
follows! KHI..1 r,?""10 he Wv
Secretary kFUh toon starts on a tour
acrou tho continent.
,Tl!?,,lc,lU of Vice-President Colfax
, ' lV,00d "PPod for a
---".I. in tne treasury department
n lloitoti ll'..(-i.
- '. IHVII
WOOD RITT EN HOUSE,
(Hucceosor ol Ayera 4 Co.)
It. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE U ROGERS,
vr. n. morris
A'so, keep conM.ntly on hand a moat com.
pleta slock of
HCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES,
-0 I N 8,-
Port, Maderla, Sherry and CatawU Wine
RBMYTIt CO. sell xclnelvely for raati, le
, which fact (her Inrlte the e.peclal attea
lion of closf liarf ain buyer.
Rpuial attention gittn to Filling Order.
Uppolt the Fo.tofflre, on Sixth Street lietween
Waihlngton and Commercial avenues,
This hou.e ha been thoroughly over-hauled,
refurulihed end renovated, and la aow osen for
the reception ot gueata. The roonia are all large
and well ventilated, and fliahitnre new. iratch
kept nlhtaod day, MRS. (UFF.NF.T.
COMMERCIAL-AVENUE, OPPOSITE V. 0
The House -ih Newly Fdrnikhkd
lad offer to the public llrt-cla ariommoda
tlone a4 rvaaonable rale.
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.
(KotrkDC on MUth.t ,)
j. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
H. C. Ciulv.
OAKES, CADT A CO Proprietors.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
EI01ITH STREET, BETWEEN WASHINGTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Ha Jutt recelve.1 a full and rplendld line of
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND BONNETS,
KINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full and complete alack of
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All or whieh ehe propo to aell at
THE VERT LOWEST CASH MUCUS.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
oromrrrlal Avessae. mppmlf Ellloll
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Mado to order, or Heady-Made.
A full assortment of Mlssos' and Ladiea'
r.nn in In most iniDortant nublic works
Ho was engaged in various professional
iliitlna in Wuihineton. and was at tho time
of his death orectlng a large lighthouse for
tho government on at. bimon s iiiuuu,
near lirunswicK, un., wnoro ue uieu. i
remains ar'o onrouto to Washlncton City,
wiioro they win bo interred on hunuay. General Qnnmission Merchant
'man culls Mrs. My
100 000,000 Una 1 fW, 0,ut"'l,
buslne.;, an,, j,' r J" onf ', Injury to
ooa oon w'!"on of crcd t. .".fin.
such a week a.
Jm .very foruVof ZnZ'
sua4viool stViaJV raad popuUro
" ' are taken down in
K..... I "I ,,lnV
a week a. IV,; i!'." ""I "ever icon
r,... ' ""re. i'buro
BiW A short time alio, It will bo re
inemborod. tho cable reported that Mile.
-iuo jjm,i(.i Wehn... u., Schnoldor. a somowuat notou actress anu
Websur among wo. ' mlB ltt(1 dlodi but ,lftor M tUo now
hud nrinted her obltuarv It tuincd
Nilsson has tiromU...! i , . 1 out that sho was not doad at all, but on tho
faycttc, Indiana, for tho benefit r T" contrary still nlivo and-danclng. Wo
. ...... .... ' u iienCUt Of tlio I .i.-.i .i wn worn ilniin with lier
'""wiiii church. ".i,'w"r.... . .v." :r; i . v. " . v :
I llmll wi Know inuveiiu IllUSb UU KUIIl uu-
Chief Jiutlco CIimso lain Ctiuinnnii foro tho publlo in some way, and wo havo
starts frum !,. i...i J. ' been looklnc out over slnco for somo nu
to .Mug. unnouncomont concomlng hor. It has
eouio at ast. and thU timo It Is or a moro
. ... ' . .1.- tt..l !.!.. t
... .. i. i i cnacriui ciiaracier : vuu nuiiuuiuur nue uvvn
Kiui ; . ,,,'. Wll wUi, ,,im ,,,1
t' "Mtrtioii is true. " "f" t,,,lt happiness, but wo trust that Mile. Beimel-
I unr. now mni tuo is inurriuu, is aieu oui-
-J una A. Cockurill. . ... I n ...111 . .ri if ...l.n.n l,.lr,-n m.a
. ...miiu' 1111. ...lur.. n uu ll.llll ... wv.w.w ,,w
01 tlio Cincinnati Enquirer, hiu j.U,' t I had epitaphs, wo are now to havo cpitha-
ior a six ruoiitim ..... 1 '
1S3 OHIO LEVEE,
tarts from then, mi f ,..,,! ..
nc npringg, Michigan.
-Heecher assorts tlmt ho lit
J'MMlness" and Mr.TlUonl
"iVoo'k to your ciiTldren."
THE GRKAT SOOTHING REMEDY
lied Wi ,u..i. I IVarJolin lloyor, n hulf-broud. at Ohov-
IJid76. llo will bo burlnd ..1 i,n .,1. J 1 u.n Ju,t "unU r"r "urJurt "ado this
oHili Urth itlnn v . , 1 I dylni! spuaeh. It U uorlalnly iv model of
uirin, uonna Vonturlca. four nillon 1 brovitv : "Mo noauuawi inu bmvo. You
ruui navannah, Ga. I fool my log b o haUo my hand he
-Miss l.lvto iW,daUBUUr or ncar.mMn nMdor ,m' t,oa luwn
lira. t Cures colic ami ,rrl,.ln
WHITCOMB'SJ In th" towels, eVnd fa-
'ri I teething 'oc,,," 01
II ra. CHubduea conviil.lnn.
WHITCOMB'8) and overcomes all dia-
rrp. I lucmeiit to In.
In, f Cures diarrhea, dlaen.t
n ailTf.ua u s J ierr nooeiirnmerooni.
strap. 1 piaini in cntiuren ot ail
III. thn flrent lofant'a andchlldran'a Boolhinc
leiuetijr in wi tiiKorderi nrougiii 00 at 'i Miniai
ir any other t-auie. Prenaredby tha
(lIUnON MKD1CIMECU., 81. Louie, Mo
HitM bv Tlriiffal.l. mi.A Vl..l.r. 1 - M.ilntn
WINEM AW UatlORs.
WM. H. SCHUTTER,
laaarler aiael WkIal IUrr !
TOBACCO Ac OIOAEB.
Agent for tha beat brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALK,
Iaasrttet AIm er Betarat a lavas.
75 Ohio Leveb,
F. M. STO0KFLETH,
erraeaoH rouia a arocarii.TU
Krrlir-er susat Wkelewle UesUer Iss
t'orela at awl Dosnls
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk,
BrsiNuruiu iIlotk, CtlKO, ILUttOW.
FIRK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
II. II. CANDF.K
No. Pub. nnd I.'. H. Com.
J XORTII AMERICA, PA.."
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"7""" ,7K1,() (II
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
A",et Nil i. I III
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIKE,
traveler's, uautvohd, like and
Aise.lt l .Yn i.ii r.
RAILWAY PASSKNIIERS' ASSURANCE
SAFFORD, MORRIS Jc CAN DEE,
71 MiU Lave.
Ctly NallnoaJ Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. V.,
II ALL! DAY J3ROTJ1KR3,
vhnWAUmNO and COMMISSK
IYP A T 17DC 1 XT 1.M iT1f -
JXJXVAJl'iltO 111 1'UJJIV
And AKeiit. of
Slhlo lllter nuil Kniianha
SAL 'l1 COMPANIH
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
"intkHest-pa ying" PLAN.
..l,4 w;,ilC iC
Ate.. l.ro.rJI 7
UANOVER, N. Y.,
Aaeta 7ifi,K2 i
REPUIILIC, N. Y.,
Aanat .. ..7U.W.1 to
Cooiprielng the Iloderariler' Agency.
YOSKERS, N. Y.,
Aaael h7',IM 1
Aaeet 4VI,l'r 23
firemen's fund, s. r,
A'aeta G"rt.'l (O
SECURITY, N. V. MARINE,
Areata.. ........LIIi.KIO to
STORK, Dwelling., Furniture, Hull, and Car.
goes, injured at ralea a favoiable at sound,
permanent eeourily will warrant.
I retpeeiiuny aiK or me ciiiieoa 01 Cairo, a
01 ineir patronage.
A new and novel y.ilem of I i ItiMiranci
eentlr Introduced bv I ue
MISSOURI M L J L A L LI
OF NT. I.OHIM.
Tl w ill. l In. ' l . .
iiiiipwmih UJ I1V U.UAI Dl.ll., aOU 1IIO
per cent, upon all the money ald by bun U
(iimpany : hi annual premiume thu ran
iiirnaa Diucnaea goveinineni iiomi.
The clan ha been thorouahlr crlllclwJ
fully lodor.ed by the most eminent actua
.nil ..llirill .(.. m.tlrtl-na lnll..l.nj. Ih.
iiirmiui in any rc.peciauie quarter.
Ornce of the Company,
north wvxt roitvrit rniiHTii inm i
ST. LOUIS, MO.
s Iirntliril It II 1 I) I) L'rrvtl I 1
;i it i ii ii ii iinivivr. a a. i r rm in
IIknj. Williams, Secretary.
I, He com panie..
11 l.aa Kinr.leral.llal Slii.KO.
liaMlltlet in addlllrM'tii the rainlal.
anlee to It. poller holder
I t.i. nn tmnilriHl Ihmilanil III, lAf lleliO.
wilh theHlateof Ml.aouri a a perivtal
c. Jr. iivuiir.a,
OnVe at Firtt National Dank.
eOBN, eiANII. ETC i
II i..ciiiolltl full V with the new law. ol
Hi. In. i tilth .r. (iiiIIh elMtlnif alul more ri
i ....... j.
ireniorceu man ino.eui Miirrn niau.-..
II inve.l. II. mnun 111 lll nr. milling
people from whom they are received.
airmail, mnr. than .llftlfl.nl In HI. It. lfth.!-. .
it ,..i... .iiii... Mn in., f.-fiinur. inn .ri
dotriuent plan, at the name raU a. other fl
OT. I.' .... I - i . .... . -
1 Il piilliy liumrr- in rno mi, iu. iuh.i iu
Tim .1u.lr tiAl.l.r. can ri4.lve nnlv leu
..-nt Al Inl.tu.l nil llll.l. ...nil. I tl. IIIK tf-.m
nave ever ueen aiue in par.
TheKtateof Illlnol paid la.t year aliout
million Hollar, lor l.lfe lliHUranra.
fk.it nr il a .
auuu v iAin,
W. W. THORNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
iA.n?ir -rViriD lumber
Ofhckon Tenth St.,
i SaatAnaiale.l sMsel WaalslaKtw
EkttM on luuil .on.iullT a f.ll atack el
ui jaeaiuoin onrooa. sniaa jaonupina-.
Whlaklaa, Oaaeh Bran4le. BolSa BWy1
Rata and California Wlnea.
. -um i. B-rb atlrar Paper Company's
Atfhuihiu Pali and 4(a ar(i Cemoat.
il. wloSfi TlrnprovTd flooang always on
A WAeof early tadiaorelioa, caueing nervooa
atabklhsr. remaUir decey. etc, baying tried la
Tela awry a4aeriaa4 reaoedr, aaa dlacovered a
Tlmr'-saei.. arr-" ; -Ci.v wmMJ,4 jar
MgraUow-ewaeren, address, J, H.Tunj-SB,
Itvwaea Tittsstan at,,Mwfeik
ICE CREAM MALOON.
IU1V tIXIliViVL OYJJVWll
COM M E KOI A L A V EN U K,
UASaaA.Aiaa eUiamaiaifauaaafli SBtlSl B I BT ST1 1 SP-SF
HIT. nii""i' .
and will aluaye atippiy ine mei
Tobe found an, where In the city.
FAMILIES OR PARTIES SUPPLI
ON .SlItlltT NOTIOK.
in. ii, -ft" " i .
HOOTS ANI SIIOi:9.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Uilvveen vvainingioii ninm' n
Hoot and Sknea Made lo Order.
Fine Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTOR
aoLK aoknci roa
nnaniu a H 71 SHOES
11 U V X IJ 4. AV V --
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TAID TO ALL 0
1JERS FOR IIOOPSKIRTS ANU suu.
IHJ1LD. Dami'iii.!.! - " J .
, ..u-i.r ati. anu evarv varieir ui ai
-I.ntini. nontraotea ior. ana promiui
idUy oieouUd, In the Bulletin book, J