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CAIRO CITY COAL
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PITTSBURG A1SD ILLINOIS
RDKIW left l ll.lhdav Urn. ..tli.-e, 7 OHIO
LEVF.K. nr l Hi- t.'oiil Yard Hi.- M
Cnatle Holel, will receive prompt atienilnn.
THE TUO "MO.NTAl'K" will ii'IHK roil hIoi.h
Me ttrtmi'ti at ny hour. nc'il
TUESDAY MoRXINU, J USB '20, 1B71.
JOHN II. OHEttl.V, Kmtuk am l'lmi.nrr..
Trim or tnr Daha IklirtiM
One week, by rattler,
One month, by Mail,
Three month H5
Hlx month 4 2.1
One year, X
Tht oKrlal paper o Alurnn-ltr tvunhi tnl nf Ihreiliof
utnro; iie oniutwnihij in iw hi wntrrn imnoit;
a Kidt-mrakt journal t tntn'I, hut icnrlci; out.
point on aU luhjrtli of Merr.l In Ik pM'f I
irtfa alnrgf i tnertnnmt rircnUtiot Im Itfiue
Im kMiM iMtmmtjeot lMirnt rmlrn ni l
tnUrpriting bimuM Mat.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY Hl'LLETIN.
John II. Olierly A Co. hove reduced the nb
wtlption price of the Weekly Cairo llullotln In
Onr TMlarptr annum, making It the clicnpot v
rerpubllihed In Southern llllnol.
The Peoria Democrat grows very an
gry over the defeat of the I'eorian cap
ital gobblers, and declaring the victory
partial, not final, cries: "Once more
' unto the breach, good friends', and fill
' their pockets with I'eorian gold."
The friends of Gen. Hancock arc
busily engaged in manufacturing dciu
oeratic public sentiment in order to se
cure his nomination for president by
the democratic national convention.
They have published a neat little pam
phlet entitlod "The Civil Record of
'Major-General AViuficld S. Hancock
' during his administration in Louis-
'iana," which thoy are sending to all
conservative editors and influential pol
itician. of the south.
Mr. W. H. Hull has retired from
the editorial corps of the Carboudalo
New Era, leaving Barton alone in his
glory. In parting from Harton, Hull
pays him the compliment of saying
that he is a man of unbounded wealth
and unlimited credit, a writer of rare
ability and a successful newspaper man,
besides embracing other talents and
virtues not common to the inhabitants
of Cirbondale. Hull closes his val
edictory epistle by advising the Car-1
lionJaliiuK to not " cast their bread up
on the waters."
Morgan is making his Gallatin Ga
zette a lively paper. The second num
ber was an improvement on the first,
and the third which now lies before us
beata both its predecessors in ability
and interest. e havo no hesitation
in saying that the Gazette is now one
of the best if not the best country pa
per published in Southern Illinois ; and
have no doubt that if Morgan shall
keep it up to its present excellent
standard that it will prove to be a pe
cuniary success as it undoubtedly will
be a valuable acquisition to the strength
of the democratic party of Egypt. If
the democrats of Gallatin do not sus
tain the Gazette they ought to be stoned
out of the state into Kentucky.
TllK conservative editors oi Missis
sitipi held an informal meeting at Wi
uoua, in that state, on the 7th 'met., and
appointed a committee of six "to pre
pare an address to the people of the
state in referonce to the action ncce.--
sary to bo inaugurated to relieve the
state from the rule of the vassal adven
turers aud robbers." The addrc.-s re-!
ported by tho committee, of which the
famous McCardle was chairman, is short
and sweet decidedly to the point. It
is as follows: "That radicalism in nil
'its phases be regarded as the objective
'point, aud that the people, uiitruiiiinoi
'fd by other differences, engage in' its
'iinnoinproinisiug opposition." Tlie
rhetoric of this address might be better
but its sentiment could not he improved
THE OLD, OLD DKPAKTl'ItK.
Mr. Clement L. Vallandigham, who
lately attracted the attention of the
whole country by his bold chumpiou-1
snip oi tlie new departure," on Friday
morning last, at Lebanon, Ohio, took
the old, old departure and went the way
of all fleih.
The deceased wan a man of more than
ordinary ability. Among the weak,
wavering aud trickling staleiiuicii of
the prcseut era in American politics ho
was a giaut. Kutertaiuiiig unbounded
faith iu his own greatness, he believed
himself to be a leader of public sentiment,
and was, indeed, tho leader of an ele
ment iu the democratic party which he
had imbued with his own enthusiasm
aud made powerful. Often defeated he
was narer conquered. Ho rote from
every unsuccessful combat with renewed
strength, entertaining unwavering con
idence in his ability to achieve victory
.(a tho end, Aud he would have douv
so. Ho hnd arrived at the threshold
of that timo to which he had so often
appealed the time of the second
thought of tlie people, when tho war
drums throbbed no longer and tuo bat
tle flags were furled, and had taken n
position out of which great results
would have flown, and brought to him
honor and renown.
There has not lived in the present
generation a public man who has been
more abused than Mr. Vallandigham.
During the late war, the advocacy ol
peace involved him in untold trials, and
was received by a majority of tho pco
p!e, who would not understand his
pioposition, with outcries of wrath.
Thoy branded him as a disunionist,
when every aspiration of his heart was
for tho union indissoluble, always
spreading its boundaries and never sur
rendering its jurisdiction over one foot
of soil that now rests under the shadow
of the stars aud stripes. Ho was ar
rested by virtue of an order of Gen.
llurnsido, whoso grave will be no green
er for the tyrannous act, and banished.
While an exile he was nominated by
the democratic party for governor of
Ohio. Out of that conflict the demo
crats came beaten beaten by in
timidation and ballot-box stuffing ; but
in defeat they found victory the vie
tory of freedom of speech aud tho lib
crty of the press. That canvass de
inonstratcd tho fuct, that n tyrannical
majority controlling tho government
has more to fear from the indignation
of tho friends of outraged liberty than
from all tho abuse of liberty of speech
in which nil tho enemies of the union
might sec proper to indulgo for a cen
tury. Vallandigham was tho last man
arrested under Gen. Ilurnsidc's in
famous order, which thereafter was
trampled under foot and denounced on
every square foot of soil of that doubty
After the war Mr. Vnllandighani re
maincd, for the most part, a spectator
of events, and onlyn few days ago again
took :i prominent place beforo the pul
lie; but the manner in which he did
that act plucking fruit that was ready
to fall, making his own what had been
before advocated by weak men in a
timid, half-fearful manner proved him
to bo the great sensational politician of
Hut he is gone, and let his faults
slumber with his bones and be never
raised in judgment against him. Let 1
his good qualities only bo remembered
his courage, that would dare any
thing in defense of his convictions ; his
honor, that elevated him above the petty
meanness of double-dealing ; his frank
ness, tnat niauo Jii in wear Jus Heart
upon his sleeve ; his love of his family,
which was pure and intense; his devo
tion to his friends, which was constant
aud knew not variableness nor the shad
ow of turning. If he had been a But
ler or a Logan he would have been the
leader of the republican party, but he
was an honest man, aud in tho shadows
of defeat aud danger defended what he
believed to be right, leaving his vindi
cation to the fill lire. Jfo would not
barter with dishonor. Ho fought from
first to last the good fight of devotion
to principle, and went down to his
grave loved by hi friends and icspeeted
by those who hated him. Dead! He
should have died hereafter ; there would
have been a timet for such a word.
SALT IN EGYPT.
Ci.l'T. HALLIDAY'S WKLL AT ST.
JOHNS, N UAH 1U IJUIN.
A FIST, WEl.I. 'Al'AHl.K OK VUliNISIIt.NU
hl'lTU'lBNT WATER K MANUFACTURE
MXTY IIAUHKI.S l'V.lt HAY A DIFFICUL
TY IN TllK WAY TOO MUCH I.1MK,
from tlio I'll (Juolu Triliune, Juno IHn.
Vo lmvo before in it j peciinitn of suit
iiiuiiufucttircil from the enlt well at St.
Julius minus, oiio milu north of this city.
So far ns wo are nblo to judge, it is a su
perior quality of hlllt.
Wit nut infiirmial that this wull id
capable uf fiirnUliii:g futlleieiit mineral
water to iiiaiinfuctiiro sixty barrels of
Hilt per clay. If this bu so, it Is it mys
tery to u.'wliy it eiiottld bu alio wed to
remain lulu n lone;. it u now over a
year biucu the wull was fctiuk, ami so far,
there Inn been but little dolio with it
liuond mere exneriiuotitliiL', Tim
greatest obstacle in its manufacture is
suid to bu the ilillieulty of eliminating; the
lime, with which tlm wntor U strongly im
precluded; or rattier, its adhesion to tlio
pan iu which the process of evaporation
Is fUcclcd. In fuel this seems to bo the
nrilv dllllculty to bo overcome. It does
seem that this illtlicultv oimlit to bo over
come in this te'u of scionco. Tlmt tills
matter !uu not been referred to scientllle
men for a solution, is, to us missitiK stranee
It ma v be more dlllleult to obviate than
wo imagine, but tho advantogo and valiio
to tins part ot tlio country, to nuuiulac.
turn its own salt ran hardly bo stiuiatod
Hnd ought not fail for want of proper ef
Tlio expense, wo understand. Is comimr
utively light. In converting this brino into
sail, il is eiaimeu inni wmi mo uimeuiiv
nbovo mentioned, tho profits of tho wefl
would excel that of our coal minus. Till,
however, wo very much question. Hut
remove this drawback, aud we know of no
reason why salt manufacturing should not
bo as profitable hero as elsewhere .Moro
than this, wo will venturo tho assertion
.that, whenever this difficulty Is overcome.
situ wens in ihi quoin will outnumber
com mines, employ equally us many
killed and unikllled luborors. When that
time shall bo wo cannot now toll, but wo
uopo iiioumo is not tur in tho future.
SVasiiinoto.v. Juno 17. It Is .tated on
good authority that the IVecidcnt, wlillo
hero, yesterday, cave Instructions to tho
lecretiry of tho Inlorior to restore .Mc
tiiirralmn's record to tho condition It was
in before il wn mutilated. This step is iu
accordance with tlio recommendation of
U nghain's minority report last winter,
which wm adopted by tho Home, but luld.
on the table by a duclded voto In tlm Bon-hie.
HOW TUB MODF.IIX KCOKNK AltAM DKS
l'AIOIIKD Ills WIKK--T1IF. qVAKHKt.
AIIOUT TllK Cllll.ll TllK. 1U.OW OK TllK
PKSTI.K INTO TllK. l.AKK.
Tho following it tho mibstmico of a con
fession mado to Mr. K. H. Freeman, of
Hlnghamton, by ItullolV, respecting tho
murder of tho Inttcr's wlfo:
On tho 23d of June, 1815. Kulloir told
his wlfo that ho had got hold of a little
money, and was going west to find sonic
thing to do. She said ho would never go
to Ohio, so far away from her family, and
that If ho went, tho would take hor child
and go home. Sho was tired, (ho said, of
living with him anyhow, and her mother
was anxious for her to go homo. This
mndo Hulloir annrv. nnd words rose be-
tweon thorn, llo accused Harriet (Ids
wifo) of wanting to sco Dr. Hull, and told
hor that sho thouirht mnrnnf Month nn shn
did of him. Sho said that sho had a right
to do so If sho wished, and that Bull was
nor cousin, no low. lior that she might go
whero sho pleased, but Hint shn hntild nl
lake tho child. Ho nttomptod to tnko the
child away from kcr. and sho clime m ti.
. 1 I .! I , ,
in ins passion no reaeoeu ior mo posllo of
mo mortar in which no nounucu medi
STHUCK II KK WITH IT
over tho lcfl temple. Tho blow broko bcr
skull. Sho fell with tho child In her
arms. ... .
HullolVtook the child and laid it upon
the bed. Ho gavo it a narcotic to stop Its
cryltif'. Ho raised Harriet, and placed
lior SO luni no couiu examine ijiu nuiiuu.
He tried to bring her to life, llo admin
lstorcd cvory restorative no nan ai nniiu,
and dressed tho wound cnrciuiiy. in ins
despair ho did not know what to do. Ho
finally decided to kill himself, und pre
pared a poison for tho purposo. Ho passed
tho night alternately adopting and reject-
Ing various plans. ncn uiiyiigui eamu
ho realized the fuel that something must
bo dono at once. Ho pulled out and emp
tied a largo chest. Ho wrapped his wlfu's
body in strong bed-ticking and then In
two sheets, with great difficulty he
crowded her Into the chest. He also placed
somo flat-irons and mortar in tlio chest.
About 11 o'clock ho went over to a friend's
and borrowed a horso and waggon. Ho
put tho chest with tho body In il into tlio
wacom and went toward Cayuga lake. It
was at ono time his intention to drive Into
Ilhaca, procuro potash, and
Ho traveled by unfrequented roads Into
tho town of Ulysses. Ho drove into the
woods near tho lake, and being tired fell
aslcon. and was awakend by hearing two
persons convorsing. After they had passed,
no went to tho lake and looked about cau
tiously for a boat. Ho found one nftor a
long search. Ho returned to the wagon
opened tho chest, and took nut the body
lie tied tlio Iron and stones in the clothing
and the clothing around tho body. Thon
ho placed his charge In tlio boat and
rowed it Into tho lake. Ho lifted tho
cornso over the side of tho boat and
droppod it into tho water.
TO FOOLISH GIHI.S.
A WORK OK WAIlNINCI WHAT .MAY COMK OK
COIlltKSro.VDKNCK WITH UNKNOWN KEI.'
LOWS IIKWAIlK OK NKWSI'ArEK 1'KIISON.
During tlio progress of t divorco caso
iriou in uincinnati a low uays ngo, somo
disclosures wcro mado which must bo
highly Interesting to any foolishyojng wo
men who havo allowed themselves to bo
led into corrcspondonco with strangers,
through tho Introductory medium of nows-
papor advertisements. It appeared that
tho defendant in tlio caso, who was uc
ciisnd of Infidelity und desertion, had ad
vcrtised In tlio Warerhi Magazine forcorre
suondenco with young ladies betweon sev
enteen and twenty years oi ago, with a
view to matrimony," describclng htmialf as
a gentleman ofamplo fortune; and a largo
liox ot letters and photographs oi young
women who hr.d answered his adver
tisement was produced In tho court room.
Theso were examined with groat Interest
by tho Jury, roportors, and others, nnd It
is vorv probable that somo of the letters
may be published for tho amusement of
the public, jt was shown mat in one in
stance, nt least, tho rascal had proceeded
so fur in to contract an cngiigemont of
inarringo with a young woman ol respce
tablii family who had answered his adver
tisement, although ho had a wifo and child
living at the time. How many moro such
cases thoro wore cannot bo known. If
girls belonging to respectable families will
bo so iiioxcmably foolUh as to enter into
corrcspondonco with moil of whom they
Know nothing except Irom the description
thoy glvo of themsolvos In advertisements,
thoy must not oxpect sympathy If their
Pictures tinu inoir lovo itinera eomo hi
light in such a manner as to expose them
to grcai lnoniuciiuon.
t'iot1 the Oulcoivltx caM.
.Mr. John Hector, of tho Sun utllce, of
Cairo, has our thanks for daily copies of
liiai paper containing mo proceedings ol
mo meetings oi mo citizens ot Cairo and
Alexander county in the interests of tho
Cairo and Viucennes road. Wo aro
pleased to notice that tho county court has
had tlio good sense to listen to tlio peti
tioners, auu uiai uiey nave granted tho
prayer, and have ordered that a special el
eetion bo held on .Monday, the 3rd day of
.mi iiuai, ujioii uie question oi levying a
tax to pay tlio intorest on the railroad
bonds of said road. This is a ju.-t and fuir
way 10 dispose oi tins question, and shifts
the responsibility from tlio court to thu
people. Now, if Cairo and Alexander
county fall in securing tills enterprise, the
people alouo aro to blame. It should !,,
iho etlbrt, from now till tho election,
of every public spirited citizen of thai
place and county, to remove any and all
prejudices that may exist, and to brim-
this matter beforo tho peojile in its true
light, and iu its importance to them. If
lost this time, it is more thuii probable that
uiey win nover mtvo a cnanco to accept or
reject it again. lUllronds seeking tho
unio river ior an outlet, or for connection,
aro iu too great demand at other points for
Cairo to say to them, vou mint await
tomo more convenient season,
Coy A one rail railway has been In
successful operation between Itanev and
JNiontfornioll, near Paris, for two 'years.
Iho locomotive for a ono rail railroud
has four wheels, two being placed, ono at
tho Iront and oni at the rear of the en
g ne, bearing on tho rail. Theso give the
direction and aro double Hanged. Tlm
other pair of wheels aro placed Iu a tray
erso plane pacing on a line iu front of
tlie llro-box. Thoy run on oak plank, or
macadamized rond, as the case may be
and are the driving wheels. This Lrt of
railway can bo built J Franco for about
1,000 nor mile. Tho locomotives weigh
six am ten tons ; tho former runs four
teen mi es an hour, drawing, besides Its
own weight, thirty-Hvo torn up agmde o
two luet In a )itiin1r...l . i... 'i...... . ...
our ?, at,l"lotif eight miles an
nour un too smn ':. .. , ,.
would draw one hundred and eighty ton
..... i, lmj invention or M. I.ar
manlat. a ITniwI, M..11 1 1
many be uvn Hint 1 ...... 1... . r..n..
I . - --- - ...ii . un niiVl-l-ftniuil
Introduced mi tii-,i,u... ...... 1. ..,1.1. .1. .
grades and curves which tho common
Highway usuall nus.
From (hf Cnrbomtnlt Xr V.ru.
Till! CaIKO HlII.I.KTIN 1'aiiu.. 11, 111 i.nn.
slderably enlarged and In a new dress,
(JUd to see such tokons or prosperity
among our neighbors, II0110 It will come
DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1871.
tin. JAMKS MACK II KM AN PS HIS MONEY.
From theXtic YorkSun, J.'.lh,
Yesterday .Mr. James Since called on
Harry Hill, at his saloon In Houston Street,
and demanded tho monoy which Mr. Hill
holds as stakeholder in tho Mace and Co
burn fight. Mr. Hill said that ho hd not
received any notice except a tolcgram
from Mr. Hollywood, tolling him to hand
tho monoy over to Maco. This ho did not
consldor sufficient to wnrrant him In so
doing, as Mr Hollywood" did not glvo any
reasons for his decision. Ho was, therefcroj
unwilling to glvo up tho monoy to cither
of the parties until it was fixed boyoud all
dispute who was ontltled to it. After somo
further talk it was flnaly agreed upon to
leave thodecision to liell't Life Mr. Holly
wood to write, explaining tho case, and
Hiking n decision. Mr. Maco has tent
word to this clfect to tho refcrco.
"TllK HANDSOMEST IlAlI.Y IN TllK. NOIITII
'101I IhrrtWi Cairo Vaptr.
Tin: Daily Hum.ktin donned a now
dress, lust week, and Is now tho hand
somest dally paper In tho northwest. Tho
advertisements havo all been reset and
present n neat appearance. Tho columns
havo been lengthened nbout two Inches,
making tlio paper about tho sizo of this
Journal, nnd of excellent proportions. Tho
Improvement Involved tho expenditure of
considerable monoy and labor, which
ought to bo compensated by an Increased
patronage Tho price of the paper re
mains unchanged 20 cents a week.
Fivm Ike Skaicncet'Mn Mtrtnrn
Tho 1'ulaskl countv court lias occentod
tho proposition of Uon. liurnsldo to placo
mo uonusoi mo county in mo nanus or a
third party for safo keeping until tho com
pletion of tho road when thoy aro to bo
delivered to him. Tho Alexander county
ecnrt has ordorcd an election on tho do
nation contract which will tako plico
soon. Of courso tho extension will bo
carried by an overwhelming majority,
and it Is fair to prcsumo that tho work on
tho road win ho resumed ai an cany aay.
From Oil Tweumbh AMiamhn ami Timt$.
fl.tn lfnnnrtnb tl ( vnrdlil I tlinnttnnftl
by many of the papers of tho country as a
sultablo nominee of tho dotnocratic party
for the presidential campaign of '72. " e
nave viewed tuo man, una no iauu in mm,
and will heartily endorso him if he is the
choieo of tho convention. AVo wish for
harmony In the democratic ranks, and will
do all in our power 10 maintain 11. j.ei
us work as a unit and victory will cer
tainly bo ours.
The Hon. W. K. Nitlack Is spoken of
as tho probable candidate for Governor of
Indiana in iHi. 110 is a strong man,
and wo havo 110 donbt will carry the
Stutolfho should become the standard-
bearor of the conservative party. Cairo
llight, Oberly. There is no more pop
ular man in Indiana than Judge Niblack.
It is not yet certain that ho will bo a can.
didato for Govornen but if ho should be.
tho Old First District will freeze fast to
him with a rcsoluto will. Wo question
wbethor thoro Is a man in the Stato who
could poll so largo a voto for Governor
T.. 1 " vli l.-i. f. .-If - r..
iis.iuugo iuiaeK, .ninntic iiiricr.
BQrTho Now York Citizen has an eye
for tho beautiful. In tho last number ot
that sheet aro theso sentiments: "It would
boa pity to hang Mrs. Fair, she is such a
handsomo and attractive woman, and has
such killing ways. I'etrach Immortalized
his Laura in exquslto Italian verse; shall
wa immortallzo ours with an uglv modern
gibbet? Unless all gallantry is dead In
California lovely Laura will not die. Her
namo is too protty, tto historical, to pe on
tored on the roll of execution lelons.
Forgivo her if sho did err rather moro than
is given to less ravishing woman to ern
tell hor to go and sin no more; or if some
body must expialo nor crimes bang some
homelier lemalo in her place."
0I.OSK '& VINCENT,
DEALERS 1 1ST LIME
Cement, I'lasteu Pakis,
l'l, AST Kit Kll'S H A 1 11,
Corner I'.iulitli Mtrwt mill Ohio I.pr-t
MILL Kit & 1'AltKKlt,
FOKWAKDING M KltOHANTS,
DKALKHS IN FI.OHK, CORN,
Oats, Hay, etc.
.18 Ohio Levee, CAIKO, ILLS.
JOHN H. WILMS,
(Succ..fir to Parlcr & Willi!,)
DKALKH IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TKNTH-ST. and OHIO LKVKK,
J. W. PHILLIPS & CO.,
('fiioee..or'' lo K II. Heniiriokn A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
WII AKF-ItOAT VKOIMtl KTOKS,
WS,I'ihpral Advances made iiimn-rfV
tJVsa. ConnlKiimenl, SW
,r- prnpiirt'il to roeive, ,oro ami for aril
frilil" lo nil points anil Imy nail
sll on co:iiiii.jon.
sriliiHininH otlfrelej to ironiitly,
(HilcrfSBOr o A)er. A Co.)
General Commission Morchant
1!I3 OHIO levek,
11. SMYTH & CO.,
OlltO t K V K X ,
A'so, keep conslintly on hand a most com
plete iloek of
SCOTCH AND HUSH WHISKIE,
-n 1 N s,
Port, Madcrla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RHMYTH A CO. -ll MclnlTly for ch,lo
, which fuel lliev Intlto the e-prclnl sttm-
lion of clort Imrftln buyer.
Special attention giren to Filling Orders.
(JrioUo thr Pimtomcp, on8xth Htrtct brtween
Wshlngton Rnil Commprcml tcniu-,
Thl. Iionic hi bn lhoroulilv opr-hupd.
refurulnhod nil rnoTt'l, nnil i now open for
tha rM-ntlon of Tlm room nr ill Itririt
unit well TCDtllitfd, iml fiuhitnre now. Ir'ateh
kppt nUhtnml flsy, MILS. (lAKFNBr,
commercial-avenue, opposite p. o,
Joseph liAYLiss, : : : : : propkietor.
Tiik Hou.sk !H Nkwly Fuknihiif.u
And otr lo the public flrst-cliu icrommodi
lion ni riionauie mr.
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(P.utrkDcc on HUIh-l ,)
II. O.Cady, 5- CINCINNATI, OHIO.
E. II. LoJhIcV, j
(MKF?, CADV Jl CO., Proprietor.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
EIOIITII STREET, BETWEEN WASU1N0T0N
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Ha jntt recflved a full anil "plendld line of
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
HATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And 1 full nd complete ttork nf
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which the propose to ifll it
THE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES
MRS. M. SWANDKR,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
f'oimnerrlal Avenue, opponllr tllloll
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Heady-Made,
A full aawrtmont of Mis-os' and I. adits'
WINEH AND UQVORi.
WM. II. SCIIUTTER,
Ittiporlrr and Wholesale Drajvr Iu
TOBACCO &c CIQ-AE3.
Agent for the let brand of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
luiporlnl Air) of DIMrnl Hindi.
75 Ohio Levee,
If CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
P. M . STOCKFT.ETH,
H'll'tn-oa PIIIILI 1 SVH'KriETII
rrllfyer and Wholesale Dealer la
Forelm nnd Doniealle
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Lkvkk,
SralftunriD Huk-k, RtlEO, ILLINOIS.
aK keep on hud- coantiutly a full toclt ot
Old Kentucky Bourhon. Rye and MonooM
Whlakiea. Preach Huuitie. Holliod Oin,
Kilu and cuiirorul Wins. JauWI
W. II. MORRIS, II. II. CANDEK
Nntiry Public, No, Pub, nnd t'. . Cum.
EIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
NORTH AMERICA, PAT ,
Al".- 2,71,iO im
II AKTFOltD, CONN,
A'.'M.- 2,M1,I0 7'.
Aet.- I,7fll,m SO
INTERNATIONAL, N. V.,
At i.avys'ii 17
A.-d 1 1 i.'i
AMERtllAN CENTRA I, MO,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
A-el 3ii,(i,(i HI
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Aet l,r.i,oiil Ki
RAILWAY PAHHENOEHh' ASHURANCF.
CO., II AR1 FORD,
Al ;n..i rm
Ae( r:vi(k02 8
SAFKORD, MORRIS & CANDKK,
71 Ohio l.er,
City Nilinnil Hank, CAIKO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1ST S TJ -R 3iT O E
NIAOARA, N. V.,
Atl 11,410.216 W
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Attet - !,, Til 7
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Al TKJOl Ml
REPUML1C, N. Y.,
Ai'et .Tll.Wi ui
(rnprl'lnu the Umlernritf r-' Agenoy.
YONKERX, N. Y.,
Anet H7MM 1
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. F.,
Atari C7K,i O
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
AMt". ;,4.12,8U (O
OTORK. DwelhDK. Furniture. Hull, ami Car
O o, inmired it rate a fatfiiaUe .i aound,
IMrmanent ecurlir vlll warrant.
I reipectlully ulc of the cltlteo of Cairo, a
ahireol their pitron(e.
If Office it Fimt Nallonal llaok
DOORN, NANII, KTCl
W. W. THORNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
LATH J2riD XiTJMBiai?.
Office on Tenth St.,
Belwee u C'oiunterclal aud Watbluirlon
A0JSNT8 lor Kock Hirer Paper Company's
.. SiiM!hL,,-5 '"ad Quarli Cemonl.
) d obD'' '"Ptorea Koofing slway on
A Victim of AArlv fmliBAPAtiAn. onMiatnt hbii.
Ueblliiy, pranutura decay, etc., hatlnj- triad lo
Tils Try Mlfrtia4 remedy, 111a dltcorered
inplemeini of aeircure, which he wllU.nd for
III) rtllow.aufltrtr. Address, J, H, TUTTI.E,
7 ISititu t,, NeW Yorli-
VfiUWAIMUNd anii C0MMIS8
M r.HCIf AXTN.
-v--l . T -.-!---. t TIT At TI
And Ap,enl of
Oli lo ItUcr nml KminHlin
i i . - i - I -; i i iyi i ' ivj i
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
I.I ft-. l.MHUAiaK.
"i'NTkiiKST-i'A y7n( ila n
A ni'W ami novel ylem nf I. if'1 In-nrmw
renllv llltrndllred liv lh
MISSOURI MUTUAL LI
Of NT. I.OIIIN.
lly Oil ytem, l.llu Inuran-ei4 rurnU.hr
a little cont a hy Die UMial plRin, and the
ley hoi ier recede an annual luterept nl .
M.r p.m. iir.iin nil in. iniinpv I j i.v mill i
iiinpauy , in nnnuni preiniuiii inn r
hlrn u much ii h irovernrnent bond.
The plan hi Utn tlioroujthly erlticl-e.1
fully indored hy the iiion einlneni aciut
It ha not yet Uen the auhject f imlator
Ineniinii in any repe-inbie ipuri'r.
IIIMce nf the Company,
NORTHWEST CIIKNKK IIU'IITII AMMII.ll
ST. LOUIS, .MO.
AKTHUlt II. HAUl'.KTT, I'm-.uIc
Henj. William, Sreretttry.
ti.ul.k .l..l I.. Itm II. t ..I ...iin.l Ihririv U'..t
I.lle (J in pall If".
II la. ninnli-dtlillal SliS."W.
ltli..H..I. rinir 111 in euiiuvli tiirnier.ii
llnliillliei In nddltlo.1 tnthe capiut
it tin nn. iinii.ire.1 lribiiiArm iionarn iieu.i.1
. I. n..u.i..f u. .. ....i.,,!
antee toil tollrv holdcm.
It hacoiiiplled fully with the new Umol I
Slate, which are qultn a exuclliiKand more tic
l.n.f.M..I II.... !..... ..f L'.l.rn Ml,..
It Invent It fund In the ci, ainuliK I
people from whom Uiey are receltfil.
II inauB(eHieai iv viK'iru"-, "KHiiiil i1
II annual Income fiom tho lnleret alone
nlready more tlinn eufticlent In pay II loe.
.iu. iitri,. i,ni,p, ... ,.. .-in- vo... ...
i l coinpanie.
cent, of intere-t on their opllul, by the term-
r i t !:..;(... I - ,, ....,( I.l.l.. ... .
.Iiunillllin, ...f.Mr,,.,. ... ....i I.VJI'.i. mi r .
hve ever len able to iny.
i riH niniH ill iiniiniM iihi l is.l p:ir kimiiii iu
million dollar fnr Life luurance.
uiai may prouueen )ui a cneap v tormore
ev norue f
WOOD t- LOW,
Art'Ult Agpul at Cairo.
ICt: CIIRAM NAL.OO.V.
ICE CREAM SALOON,
COM -M K HCI A L A V KNl' K,
rivnp Hti ixiv i.. i,...,, i,n,..i...,,,u- iiiii.i
X nnd will uhia Kiippl) the Lihl
T" he fniiuil nu)Hheri In thecny.
FAMILIES OH 1'AHTIKS SIIITLIKI
ON SHOHT NOTICK.
od .iih nuironaifeni i o nuuiii' i lenuecuu
HOOTN AM NIIOi:S.
HOOT AND SIIOK MAKF.H,
llflweeii Wnihinxlnn Aienun and I'ophr Slid,
Hoot and Hkne Made to Order,
rnie Workmen Employed.
CITY SIIOK STOKE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
' soi f, Auricv mi
HOOTS AND SHOES
'oiuiiirrrlHl;'Aiiiiio, C'oruer of r.itfliUi
1'AltTICUI.AR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR-
U6r.n run lloorSKIRTS AND SHOES.
BOOKH, pamphlets, brlcls, catuloitue. i,t,.
papers.tax lists, and evr - MrlMy of ein.
Ire PflutlBK contracted lor. and Troiiiytly nd
speedily execuled, in the llulleil , Zo.y ?ob
uewspaperaaUbindlnK cnnblinhi iim, k' Job'