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THE BULLETIN.
Sunday Mor.si.vo, J uly 23, 1871.
JOHN H. OBERIiY, Etn asd Pcbiisiim.
Tram or tiii Vmr ItrutTit:
Sultcription,
Ote week, Ij carrier,
Oaejtarbj rarrter, in advance 10 to
One month 1 i.ttll,
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on ait tu-Kiceti vt inttrttt to tht nuUlr. :
nt a larre ani inervuing circulation, the livUt-
fjuii tht pntmnnjtot inttlltgtnt rtaUr$ (Mil
tittrprvnng huimeti Men.
THE HOLLAR WKKKLV BULLETIN.
J."in II. olerlr Co. nave, reduced llie nib
ti .ton price of th- Weekly Cairo llulletln lo
Ow WVirptr ntnam. mskipg 't tne edenpoxt pa
ir iiti'lhe. in 'ouiht rn Illinois.
Fur President, 187-2,
.1 AMES R. DOOLITTLE,
or wi-cox-ix.
Sf, M , ),e thmiim of the nitumnl item-
. lork V! i.l In i Seiuiur iJ'inliltl'. '
' . rrr.rl , nmii&trnt and nutar
it that ft may , l,l.rn'tl tn a htvaight
'rairn w-rni n jntzilf a clrar'bcam,
.. r'-rttd hi (,' itvttuiting tttmo'jiterc
Imtrican k.?iV, throw, ihr prtfit
(""n(i v'i'j.
y ' V" ("i StMtor folittU, ilcliecrt 1 at IK-
uibTtbjopleofthoHoutli(5iniillm-
iwDltodoijihe Ununniiftrtb;j wl n
" -1 t nit Rome uni lii h-rn put. duirn IjV
ir.nie. u th fowtr. Wlifa thn iiueitliMi
" ntfte n ,( Bhaij ,on with
'in nl thejo.l of ,itinm' there were
'"a thue U .touted 'TonfUcute llielr
nj . mfie them lnt. Tticrn , ho
nio. iruidij huu uut,, ,n4(. ,hpm
wiiviroiio !.. Hitl-arnllluo, wlione
"' mnifle hn u. ini numemi-
' " M'Jrii.letinm.ke lliem fello.
m that id loth- i.eran4jrl.iry ul
., .h. . ' P0,? ,h '' ''' ''"
' r teWlion nj hv te0ee 1 tliuir
, r Ii i U0""t ,h ''l' 'naVethe
fa opl out fe'lot-euifn. ol thu.
"fl-xernatdUrvi.t the nium.
I.ooan mv Grant wilt run in the
' "k",,ial ce "like h-ll with a tin
- ncd to his nil."
i-.vi..-RAcv.The7i?l1t of each to
"f h inline- 'in his own way, pro-
1 " l'c respect his neighbors
' iv.'lit Thmwir ,lqfrr
" iMuoentie financial nolicv
' - iwe-ly in the direction of
and a mKn rBa,lcti,m ()f
-:ljh (Jul,,,.;, .,aini
' jirojioje to ii.eog,r,lfc xie thu
is .vr4 to cWwi who shall be
h.:u..irf. e vroi.OM.tf. to.
'!-f.f the vast ilif. i., .i
1 " ,,r,!'ht' Me carc-r, ami to one.-
I,,ac I,nwr ' the handj 0f
- who havo in .at time- cuductc
. jit-oeral governiiiont u, a i,ianner
. ......- .,
...,-M.iy hi iiie cniiniry.
Till. Harri.hurg Vhruitich takc9 to
li-irtmir jocoMi reference to tho bad
K nuuiar of thn alitor of that hheet
a . l therefore e ttpologizc for our in
u....,ei, We uke Ae UltIe Cknn.
" u i a uewsy, very readable and
""re tun ordinarily able county pa
Kr. but, reaUy, U m,t allow us the
III iv'.Imi... rtf t,.t.. .
pen-f
ami t tit-ii
now
The charge that the Catholic ate
responsible for the late riot i vw
V- I. . ..
i orn nai no inundation in laet. The
fl. Ill, .tin l.... 1 .11
....... wuij ilviu mi weir lunueucu
to prevent it, and warned thoir congrc
gwtiouH to not bo drawn into any out
rago upon the rights of American oiti
win'. The ruci who participated in
thu riot did bo, not because they were
1'ulholics, but were willful and ttronj,.
lie idea.
-that ir being heaped
t Hoffman's head by in
tnd j-epublican ucwpa
hi. Iiisundeswpd
Is the outcropjinj in tlic one instance
of nngor tliat will not reason, and in tho
otlior of political malice that is top dis
linnet to he just. Governor Hoffman
did his duly no more, no loss. He
acted, too, with nil tlio promptness pos
sible under the circuin-tnticcs, nnd pro-
J vented .Mayor JJiiH'h proposed
'upon American lilni
outrage
upon American nut i, one,
jfO tho iScw -York' Jit rnltl, "can doubt
' (lovcrnnr IIolTinfiiiV purity of motives
1 in all his i.fik'ial action-."' '
Hon (.'i:o. Vv. "of lu Quoin,
a democrat of the old school, lias taken
his plncc with the new departurists, and
liarf dcclaicd for Judge Uoolittlc, or
some such man, ah the Democratic can
didnlo for 1'rcsiJcnt, nnd John Quincy
Adams, for vice-president. " We have
' fought on dead issues too long nl
'ready," Mr. Wall says, "and unless
' wq leave them and address ourselves
' to tho work of rescuing the govern
' tndut from tho evils which at present
' beset it evils resulting from radical
wiisgovcrnmcnt tho democratic par
' ty might as well disband. Live issues
'or death, is the alternative." And
Wall is right.
The Alton Telegraph asserts that the
Southern Illinois Normal School Com
missioners did not givo sufficient public
ity to the their determination to receive
bids for tho work to be done on the
building at Carboudalc. We are not
the champions of the commissioners,
but we do not wish to paint tho devil
blacker than he is wc are, in other
words, in favor of giving tho commis
sioners, as well ub the devil, their dues.
The Tckgrfiphis mistaken. Tho no
tice was given on the 1st inst., in Chi
cago, St. Loiiis, Springfield,- nnd Cin
cinnati papers. It was also published
in the .S'un of this city. If certain con
tractor! don't read the papers, are tho
Normal School Commissioners to be
held responsible for their stupidity?
Mn, Benjamin F. Dutler, in his
letter bidding for the governorship of
Massachusetts, says the position he
ue'eks is one that may fill tho horiorable
ambition of any man, and, like every
other object of honorable ambition, is
to a fought by all proper means.
Clay satd that the office should seek the
man, qot the man thu office, and to this
rulo the philosophical fireclcy fctill holds
fust ; but the Kex statesman .repudi
ates it. He holds that the office should
be nought for by all proper means; and,
whatever may be said in opposition to
its soundness, no one cm deny that it
is the rule on which, in these davs of
radical . domination and consequent
demoralization of the public con-
Hciciicu, all politicians base their
public action. ' A scramble for of-
' lice," is an exprc-siou that properly
characierives the conduct of tho politi
cians of both tho republican and demo
emtio parties The office bus no longer
any leisure to seek tho man. It is not
vacant until a crowd of politicians nro
seeking it with nil their " miu-Jii nnd
4 main."
Tin: Newark (Ohio; Advumk' urges
the democratic central committee of
Ohio to insist that Hon. Juo. Mo
.Stti'diey, of Wooster, in that state, shall
take the stump this fall, and ulds:
" The whole union docs not contain a
' finer orator." This is hign praise, but
not unmerited. Wo have listened to
most of the great sneukors, north uud
sautli. nnd have vet to hoar one who
can equal .Mr. McSweonoy in
all . the es-cntiul qualifications
of ti gre.it ponulir orator. Af
ter hearing him speak at Salem, Ohio,
many ycar.i ntro, John Vim Huron ox
claimed Where i.. ihu .-unse in send
' ing to New-York, or any whom e'se,
1 for a speaker when ym have .-uch a
I' man as that within your own stati)?"
A man of'nplendid jihgaiijiti;, he has at
hi- command all tin weapons of elo.
(pu'iice, learning and n thorough knowl-
lye ul' hum. in iiatiir.! If he wished.
he I'ljuld take :i ili-iliniiii-lii'd iilneu in
trout r.ink- of iliu ptiblio men of
the country, but he peivirluutly refuses
to loiiMj tho walks ul ih lw for fill ll'H
plcaKint path, of p.diti:.. His motto
i"1 ' " I he post of ,,. -u ,)10 jvrivato
1 Mation ," but. in a ,.ri.U U t)ie j)rc:J.
out, Nhn every voire i. C(.ded in tho
wu. ofood guvurimient, no true tia-"t-hmthUun.lhk.
Tin. .loi'fV i,i8l1'tiint
"ere soMu-thit, rotten "in the Car-
wouuaio formal Soh.,,,1 ,,. 1
Col. Wood, one of the
commis-ionerH,
las been the busim
tiartnfe (.r A
thur Uoylc, and HjUl U wmlm
caneu "Mnnegun. The oi,,t t.
trongone. If Boyle were not
some
lllt.lrv . . ..
prouably dcfcundi.il i- ..
'-J. HUH thu ,iimc
'-cek anchors. 1
"in 1 .11 i )K mil.,,.,.,,,
Hoyl
L . . IT. :
" liu- that tho Nonuui
winners nro entitled to careful
log that Col Wood oti"ht to Im mi."
.,. "uiii to no pur.
ucd by suspiciojK Think of it 1 I lore
" 'mm named Arthur Ilovl.,. .,,.
lune, called "Fini.egau," the pi.ritj f
y- )Vood could not, of course, b.pa.
eadT ,lU':l',,J"- ",?0S." our
. u!,'1" fJrcek ttrd.
"h"'iiiUL'
times called V iiuegan." Ho and u t ril 'V llui'' V' K'
friend bid fnr ,. s i . .1 . 1 1411 KnslMi 1 remier has Juat n.)vinl ta.
nu ill bid lor a job of work. Thl r road diWlor. th.it in chiiq, fir an 1 i u
. i-uiniuuraoio lower XUa l ailv utlu r . IVrormBU oi im, iiotnocraoy urg lv I
bid mill ti,,, . . "Iwuir surest, moil lustiiiK and .m.l
nm and the work is nwnrded to iTiem, 1 .o trcw c.r po.totlty
It
THE CAIRO DAILY
Now, it must bo clear to any poison
that this would bo nil jright-if Doyle
wore always called Boyle, but Ihe fnct
that he is "sometimes callddTjiiticgati"
changes tho matter, and gives to the
wholo affair an appearance of corrup
tion. Therefore, we maintain with the
Ouzcllr, that the commissioners are pih
picious men.
EGYraTANlEWS.
(Olcntif J fiom our F.tcbnRp.
MASSAC COUNTY.
The revenuo of Mctropgllj t nonrly
twice n much ri it wa laitenr.
Tlie Mustao County Snbbath .School
Convention will hold IU next meeting
in Metropolis on tho 15lb and lf.tli of Au
gust. Mr. II. Jtamphcndahl, of Motropolli,
returned to that place from Europe a few
day lnco. lie was accompanied by lx
tcon Uorman Irlondi, who propose to let
tlo ln this country, olght of whom will ro.
main in Metropolis.
The Automatic Life-boat invented
by Capt. P. It. lleaupre of Metropolis, has
been tried by tho board of Inipectors at
Washington, who recommend It very high
ly, and advifo iu adoption into general
uic.
Tho Tt'mw says: "A nolle was en
tered in the circuit court of Union county,
at its last session In the caso of tho Pcoplo
vs. Joseph Gates. Gates lay in our county
Jail for nearly a year and now goes "out
free.'1 If there is any justico in ;tb!s cither
for him or tho people, wo are unable tn see
it.
UNION COUNTY.
The Joncsboro Oazetle s-iys that tens
of thousands of bushels of poaches will rot
on the ground in tho fruit regions of that
lection this season, and thinks that a large
canning establishment would save much
fruit from destruction and pay tho operator-
Tbo Cumberland Presbyterians of
Anna propose the building of a church edi
fice. Tho trial of Atkins for the murder of
Davis, by consent of all partlcnj has been
postponed till tho next regular t(.rm of
cjurt.
PEltltY COUNTY.
Itev. P. S. Van Nest, of the M. E.
Church, I)u Quoin, preaches his farewell
sermon to-dav.
A Tamaroa pngelist, in a recent con-
ttst, bit off half nn inch offbis opponent's
tongue.
SALINE COUNTY.
. A son of Itov. W. S. Morris, fourteen
year of age, living near Harrisburg, was
accidentally killed last week, by being
struck by a rail, knocked from 1U place by
a horao tho boy was trying to turn lojse
from a stablo.
Eldorado is the Eldorado of rnilrond
laborer at present.
JOHNSON COUNTY.
Thu fourth quarterly meeting of the
mcthudist church, 'Vienna circuit, begun
ut West Eden yesterday, Hov. W. .1.
Grunt, of Cairo, presiding.
Tho Vienna Artery snys Charles Bur
nett, Bttb-conlriictoron the mail route from
Vienna to Dongola, lias contracted for an
clcsant two liorso buck, which will bo put
on the lint- in about two weeks. It will
run in clo'e connection with trie afternoon
Chicago train.
On Wednesday night lust, Mr. John
Murray, of Johnson county, was waylaid
and shot by como person unknown, near
his farm. .Mr. .Murray u-ainn industrious
and respected citizen and"owned one of the
fluent farms in Johnson county.
In the police court of Vienna, Dr.
Ilurris was fined ten dollars ind coUs fur
issuing fraudulent prescriptions.
The Vlonna Artery of Wednesday
last stopped its press to unr.niinco'that tho
Johnson county court have ordered the
bonds for tho Cairo and Vinconnet railroad
to be issued, to bo delivered to trustees
iixty days after work commences on the
road.
WAMASH COUNTY.
The agricultural fair of this county
will bo hitld on the 3d, 4th, ilth and Oth
days of October.
Thoro will bu lflO.Ooo surplus bu.hels
of wheat in Wabash county this year.
GALLATIN COUNTY.
-Onu hundred bushels of Norway oats
to tlm aero have ben raised bva farmer in
Gallatin this year.
Tho Hnti-liconso ordinance of Sliaw-
nectown goes into ctfect on Tuesday next.
Then look out for squalls, says the Mer
cury.
The grass crop of (jallatin hai boon
injured by the dry weathor.
DSrTlio woman with a snake in bur
stomach lms been caught at last . Her
namo is Anna nrown, nerrcsiuenco Ulilo.
Dr. rlrostnnu, umler whoso watculul cyo
Annio has been for some time, has discov
ered tho "snake,1' or ".vhat is it," that
would protrude from her. mouth whilo
sire was in convulsions. Tho doctor was
watching her tho other day whilo alio wa
liavinir ono of her "spells," and noticing
something in her mouth, ho seized her by
tne tiiroat, to provoni ner irom swallowing,
ana cotnpeiioa nor loattgorgeine "reptile,
which proved lo bo nothing moro nor less
than a niece of black India rubber, that
thu had boon accustomed to slip down her
throat, and then with her convulsiyn
movoments, raise up and lot down again,
0ajr Meat Halls, in a variety of ways,
such as chopping with cooked" potatoes,
mo'Mteninu with an net' or two. then
seasoning and rolling into balls, and fry
ing; or mixing wim urcuu crumos ami
hurd-bolled cecs, and softeninc with ira-
vv which ha been left over. Hits of any
kind of moat which remain from dinner.
and am not jn Ut shttpo to go on tho tablu
airiiin. can bo mod In this way, and flavo
red with any sauco or herb you like-
UxTSaata. Clara County, California,, is
irrigated from innumerably artesian wells.
This year over thrco hundred acres wro
devoted to ttrawborry culture, and 4, Q00
vu i,.juu pounus oi;ierrlcs were produce 1 to
th aero which ohl ,.t n rr...... ,.f ilv,.
U?"S.V I'uud. Han Vranct.co alono, du-
1 ring tho suutun, contutnud ovor 70 000
I JWi'li a day, and tho atrawW? inen' a .
, Browln ,,el''
IV 11.1111(1
1 I'lHHlik'
BULLETIN, SUNDAY JULY
GOODELL
WW CANDIDATE FOR CON
( J H Iv'vS-MANAT-LARGrK.
WHAT TIIK PRESS SAYS ABOUT
HIM.
I ASKV 6 It (loOI)EM,.
' Kfniii ll.e JtmiDil Cltr Jour al.t
It npppnr plain to ouro vlow, that South
ern
Illinois should Mcur thi cindldato if
slble If she cannot do'thU. Thn nBt
tins
bist thing would be a candidate from U.o
central portion oi tno atato, and In that
case we could select no better man than
Mr. Goodell. Casey llrst, and let tho
Southern Illinoisdolcgatlon cocurehls nora
If possible, Goodell next.
HV Ai:f'I.AMATIOrV
(fiom (lie Oltnwn (111 j Free TraJcr
Thoro is certainly no democrat In tho
state who could poll such a vote nl would
bo given for It. K. Goodell in northorn Il
linois, and it would be all tllo more in his
favor hero that his namo is presented by
the generous democracy of the extreme
south. liaised right among ug, acqu tint
ed with every ' settler" in this part of
the state, and cnjoylcg their highest es
teem and confidence, ho would carrv. un.
lesa a'very excited political fight should
uu mum-, ui which iiicro is nine prospect
noxt fall, thd vote Of this part of tho state
with very Ilttlo reference to party namo
or creed. Our preference, however,
would bw decidedly to place Mr. Goodell
in the field without a convention. There
is no other state candidate to nominate,
and n convention simply to nomtnato a
candidate for half n congresslonsl term
would bo nn absurd and useless expense.
Wo movo that Mr. Goodell be the candi
date by acclamation. "Who seconds the
motion?
X NCMllElt.
(Krom the Quincy lisrald.)
A number of democratic papers in central
and southern Illinois have mentioned Hon.
It. E. Goodell, ofSpringfied, as thoir con-grejsman-at-largo
on the democratic ticket.
"HIS PERSONAL VOPDLARIT Y."
Prom the Bt. Loul Republican
We observe from our exchanges in Illin
ois that a large numVer of the, papers of
that state aro urging the claims of Hon.
11. r. Ooodcll, of sprlncfleld, as a candi
date for congress from the state at larce. to
fill tho vacancy occasioned ty the rcsgnation
of tho Hon. John A. Logan. We are sat
isfied from what we know of Mr. Goodell,
mat no moro wormy or popular standard
bearer could be aelnctcd by the gallant de
mocracy of Illinois. Ho is a thorough dem
ocrat, an active and energetic gentlemen,
and we havo no dout from his long resi
dence in tne i state ana bis very popular
manners, coupled with tho fact that he has
novor been a political aspirant, would make
him one of the strongest candidates before
the people that could be found in the state..
Hit personal popularity would rio doubt
enanio mm to draw largely I rem the radl
cal party, which at this time is very im
portant.
FOR HIM.
From the Jonwbero' Q utile,
There is no man in tho state whom we
would more cheorfullv or heartily suDDort
for this possition than Mr. Goodell, should
he accept tho nomination. Tho press of
the state aro under many obligations to
mm tor lavoist be lias always proven to
be bo a friend indeed to the cvrpa edi
torial, and they would bo iilad of an op
portunity to reciprocate. Egypt had the
nominee for this office at tho last olnctlon
tho gallant and eloquent Gen. Anderson
nnd tho will go into tho canvass with a
will for JLr. Goodell, or anv other "llvo1'
democrat which tho convention may pre
sent lor their support.
'A CIIKKIIFUL AND LIVELY COni'SE."
Prom the Decstur Republican lUillcat.l
Let Goodell bo tho candiddto by all
means: he will prove to be t'io most cheer
ful and lively .-orpse that could bo foun .
fur hoadlngthe annual democratic nmcru
We aro tired of tho dreary, doleful "tono
which has pervaded these affairs for sev
eral years past, and trust tnat our lrtcml.
on tne otner siue win iiikc our aavice anu
put n more jovial fellow in the henrso.
Uooclell ) tlio clisp,
"WJCLL TIMED.
From the Oti'lnEfield State Kritr.l
Tho Cairo Uulleti.v recommends Hon,
It. E. Goodell, of this city, as the democratic
candidate for congressman-at-large, and
sustains its recommendation iy a vers
well-timed article, wbicn we print in this
issue.
'WILL GLADLY SUPPORT II III.'
From llie Clinton Register.
Hon. K. Goodell, of Springfield, U fa.
vorubly mentioned as the democratic can
didate for congressman-at-large. He has
many active friends in all parts of tbt
stato. His record is good fn all respects.
He has been a democrat in the hardest ol
times, and would mnke an excellent
run against ex-Gov. Oglesby, who will al
most certainly bo the radical candidate.
Mr. Goodell's name bus been mentioned
by several papers in the central and south
ern part of tbo state as an excellont nomi
nee, and his friends in the nortb part ot
the statu will gladly support him.
"SO CLEVER A OENTLKMAN."
(Krum l Im Illinois Sitate Journal )
The Cairo Hullktik has come out in fa
vor of K. E, Goodell, Esq., of this city, as
the democratic candidate for congressinan-at-lurge,
to fill tho vacancy occasioned by
tho resignation of Geu. Logan, The Reg
ister, of this city, and the Ottawa Free
Trailer indoiso tho suggestion. If the
nomination of Mr. Goodell suits the de
mocracy, tho republicans will have no rea
son to complain. Whoever is ?ot, up by
tho democracy is equally" 'destined to cer
tain and inevitable dufeat, but it will bo
rather cruel if so clover a gontloman as,
Mr. Goodell should bo singled out by them
" for tho slaughter.'' Indeed, tho Bulle
tin Intimates that many of tho leaders of
its party nro unwjillng to undorgo "the.
ex pen so of tho camptlgn," and would rath
er prefer that it enould t;o by dofault.
Suit yourselves, gontlemen.
"WILL DISTANCE OOLEB1IY.
Frm the Juliet Signal.
Governor Oglesby will probably bo the
notniuoo of tho radical convention, for
congressman-at-large, and we kolieve, If
tho nomocracy win soiect toe proper man
arid place him upon n platform that Ms
broad enough, tlio old blasphemor would
bo bcaton. Wo havo heard the name, 'cjf
Hon.- It. E, Good oil montioned in connec
tion with the democratic nomination.
Should ho bo tho candidate, wo believo ho
will distanco Oglesby or any, other man
the radicals agroo upon,
"or HOUND JUIIOMEXT."
(From the fcalrnHitQ)
Among others wo seo tlio namo of It, E,
tiuo.lcll. KqOIWprinL'!lcl(l. 11 no . num.
tionod In this connection. ,Mc, (J, ) woll
Unnwn tlinilli'h the state' na '
sound judgment and intellectual ability,
auu wuinuunia uu ouirj m nqg oijn strug
gle for a position that ho would no doubt
nil creditably, nut wnicn liu nor anv nth.
or democrat can reach at the coming elec-
uun, ii iiiu roiiuuiii.il.. uu iiiutr amy, l
however, divided councils nnd joaiotuies
shall result in our undoing, Mr. Goodell
would no doubt iiibko a representative de
cidedly mora acceptable to republicans
than many otlior democrats who havo dis
tinguished thoinaalves in state politics, and
who aro itching fur another light.
Krom fiftvito on hit nil mil Vi-iIm rt
cotton nro l)ong shipped jiatly to Ht. I.ou r
from Hhttnnun, Txu, ovur tho MUtourU
v it 1 1 n is pastil oxitv rnriiuu,
23, 1871.
1 To grow a verv nrctlv vln' fr
tho ssvect potato, put a tuber in nnrs .!
or sandy loam, In a haiiginc ,bMko,nd
..i. utine.uiiBujr. it.-Ttlll -Uirow AbOt
tendrllls and beautiful leaves. :ml twin
climb freely ovor tho arms of Ug balked
anu upward towaro the top of the window.'
Not ono vlsltsr in a hundrod but will sup
pose, it to bo somo raro foreign plant.
Sr At tho Itound Lako cntnn mnellnn.
tbo other day. a man cavo his testlmnn..
ilSjfolIowl: " Fourteen years ago God took
moouioitno nan room; I n&a danced
one . figgcr when tho lights went out
quicker tlun scat. , Alj at ondcH thought
of my mothcr-ln-law, and how 'she had for
ycari been prayin' for me. I got conrcr
tod itralgbt from that,?' 'j I,
tThreo ba'vy goldeh iib wero
lately found at Pompeii in tkts middle of
a street .only , taw foot uadar.the f round,
It Is) Wiovth tbcy"lrU!i ff'by'
priests in procession to propitfate the tods,
and jthat the bearer wero killed while
moving through the streets.
sWA bureau taa'bein sktatlllihil t
Frankfort-on-thc-MaiB for the MtnuMW nf
supplying German taplUllsU with Ififer-
tuanon aoout American Bnancial and other
affairs. A weekly paper, entitled The
GetmanrAmorlcan Economist it published
by this bureau for the use of bankers, mcr-
chants, and porsoiu intending to emigrate.
IKeWHAHCK,
W. U, MORRIS
II. II. CANUEE
No. Pub. and V. R. C4s.
i
.Noturjr ruMic,
HSrSTJTRsEI!-
PIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE 8T0CK,
ACCIDENT, LIFE, 1
JCTXX, UiKTrORD, '
IV,tfli st
NORTH AMERICA, r.i., " ,
. -...t,7J31fOO CO
11AKTF0RD, CORN,
,'J44,tlO fit
I-nCXNIX, UARTrORP,
a..mi ;
Aaels...,
Asaetf..
Als..
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y
- -.. -1J53.3M 17
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
Assl
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND
st JUiffrS ft
HOME, COLUMaTVa, r
Assets..
AMERICAN CENTRAL, U0
Assets . .........., .JOP.000 M
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE, ,,
Ateta .,W,O0O 00
TRAVELER'S, nAKTPORD, LIFE A WD
ACCIDENT,
Anet . 1,V,0M)0C
RAILWAY I'ASSENOKRS' ASSURANCE
CO IIARTVORD,
tuets JWO.OOOOl
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Asets. . .......Vi,S2 Ci
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio
City National Bank. CAIRO, ILL..
FIRE AND MARINE
I OST S XT J!l. 1ST 0. 1E3
COMPANini
NIAGARA, N. t'.,
....i,:ic,iie v
OIRMANIA, N. Y.,
et..
a,,,.,.,,,...... M,,,,M,H,.,....,l,0iS,72l 7S
HANOVER, N, Y., '
Vasets ,
7?,S.'.2 OU
REPUBLIC, .V. Y.,
Assets 71l,2i 0)
ComprisloK the Underwritera' Agency,
YONKKR", N. Y.,
Asaets 7,4l li
ALBANY CITY,
Isaela 453,193 iSt
fireuen'h fund, h. rn
AaieU C7S,oXI 01
SECURITY, S. Y. MARINE,
taifb) l,7,t! 01
CtTOUK. Dwell'miM. Furniture. Hulls and Car
IJ coes, inaured at rates as farorable as aound.
Dermanent aeeurliv vrtll warrant.
I repeetiuly ask of the citlzeo ot Cairo, a
Miarn oi meir patronage,
V. W. IIVOHEfl.
Office at First NatlonalBtnk
UKOCKBIKN ASD DRY U9BDH.
vwilliajlkluge;' '
BttLra is
FAMILY GIiqCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND; SHOES,
HATH AND CAV,JCTC.,
Has Jttit relets. a heavy stock of Boots pod
."hocx; Iluslery and Nqt'ons," f
VOKBALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Ha alasi lias n'tlne slcick of iKamlly' Groceries ot
' erjint. i'
CORNER 8IXTU-ST. ANI) COMMER
OIAL-AV.,
CAIRO. ILLtstOtN..''
paihtrr.
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of plain and uma
mental PAINTINCr,
KALSOMINING; PAPER HANOLNO
SHIS W UITINO, KTC
At llKura which defy all cofnpetloa, and IrtlS
hlgheat atylutf the palnter'a art.'
SHOP IN THeTeRRY HOUSE,
CORNEIt OP COMMERCIAL AVENUE AND
BARpLABROS., -a
OHIO lEVR"
0(1 un, liu
SAUATPGA. SPltlNGS ,
AT IIARCLAYs' Dltl'O MlORE.
t 7
MOCKINO BIRD FOOD
an. araur roi rs Jj i y i , i-Tr j t- i. s
At Barclays,',
jj K L M b o in'g ,
GRATE ( Catawua ) f aHAot ) PILLS
r I CATAWIIA,I.,4pRArE
GRAPE I catawiia S t oriArE S PILLS
Sh all. nS ..' ' .
IIKLNBOLII'll XEDiriM-.N
rnJtH EBOU FIRST IIANDS,
Alitajrs ll iloek In lre 'llppljr, an.l fnr ! I.
i Harr 1st ,y Hrai, ,
FEESH BLUE XilCIC
it 1 - .
I J c a t r e c r, I v r. I.
rrtUtjr IhviJIaM, Holllr r Jlln
AT BARCLAYS'.
jjicTRA Fine Coi.oonej
! ... I I
MGenuine Imported Kxthacts;
9"Hair, Tooth and Nail Brushes;
"1ndia Rubber Nursery Gv'
SI
B-A.HCljA.ir BEOS, '
( PURE WHITE LEAP
r I '
:. PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Beat graJta In Urn-rtockanrlisa.,
r; riety, i ir .
auot
1 Full Line ok (Jo'lors.', '
, I ear t is oil;
l .
Italnt ltMialie LIuhmmI Oil.
, wntiosrasn ritienes, lurpensuir, .
, Varnf!hes Et.e,rte,l'
all nana aiv arixbtai. vrsMTIIe
, At Barclays .
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
t r
GENERAL "AGENTS,
FORWARDINP and COMMISSION j
MKBCUANTM,
DEALERS' IN ,'FLOUR ;
And AKfoU Of
lit., 'in Ji'..;l.. .
talo Klsi-r and Kana'wlia
B-A-XiO? COMPAlTIEa" I
70 Ohio Lkvef.,
(f CAIRO, ILLIKOIb.
NAlVOONH.
KL DORADO
UILLIARI) SAXOON AND BAR
ROOM: JOHN UATEfJ, Prisrlelr.
lOSCiimmereisl Arenue, CAIRO, IM.INOIH
T-klLLIARII ealoon furnlahed with the h at ui
1J tablea ; and bar supplied isllh nine.", hquora
ana cigara 01 ine nneai uraima.
FITZGERALD'S
B.A.'MriFXi'E BOOMB,
Cr. rtsrtesttlt Cbi
saercial Avesme.
IJI'TZaKRAlivB, Hartipli Booms are slocked
wiil purv inipurivu wiuva, utjuura l
1ISIITV IIVT.AVD'8 SALOON;
I 1
Crst
Avessts.
f(S, 'A(i
a if i r i r.i in
iinnnra. l.eer. ale. etc'and fritgraut
yjyS ISiii relwava on nan 1. thoae ileslring ue
Vh?iMM?iS!lioud lZ t tad tocallandenioy
ihVro'M Klfrwanla.lll
ner tVVwtH warrant a.Tetorn AH lH,,M'l"r"(
wlneVanU 'cigar hare tiecrl aelected with grent
et and critical taa e.
FKINT1NO
a in imnv anil
pres. ever Invented, as It performs In one day
ihe work, hi colored printing, o
reeaea. Hiereby reducing the cost of that chaiac
Itvlo Theiils o billet' esta trlromlnga. silk glmpa, silk1 a.loon 1 m .
V31 iiiiiJ?.. 11a 2i ili.Vj TilSIked" Call and pure lacea, moss trimm ng, crocket button;,
jhiBJlV ?l?Pef. iwmits Uqnonra't . illk and velvet buttons, plolu and trimming tel
Mst the various brands ot .wiaee ana s"" , I h. ,ld i,0n.ta. Ane Iri.i aiorna. ladles' ant
.ae tiira rnli - . attintll
C'and varied colors atrone impreaaloni on the .tj w'
cabratedchromaUo pressooatthoBullelln ., w'
ni, nrimin Thii la the moat lemarkslile I 1. ..'
nounsi, S.ANH, f.tci (
W. W. TIIOHiVTOX.
blAlt IN
M 4 . h!..tv. ik
s'!M)W GLAH..
t
Office on Tenth St.,
BrlMeen 'suuara.Lht hcI SA'tuliluk-toM
- Aveiiuri,
CAIRO. XXjXj
A ""NT-; lor llAck Hlret Paper Ctnpans -
mieath o eli and snarls Crn5Bl.
at'rl Jo,in 'p4 llAefing always t,
S. WA LTKRS,
I'Mtraia
HARD and SOFJ: LUMBER
ol eery .leaerlpllon,
LATH, SHIN(JL5, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, -sash; HLINDS
ORDERS SOLICITED,
ft T K A M B OA T Ll'Mli K R,
1'iirnlshe.l on hortt notice.
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-si-.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
lyTdtr
CO A I. A.1I HOOB.
F. Si. WARD,."
W 0 0 1)
AND COAL
MERCHANT.
IU M. WAltfi i prepared lu .Hirer ll.e l
; . Kire Wnn, and Mone Coal
! AM PART OK THE CITV.
And in any .piautiiy ,le-ire.l, r,n ahort n'.tlr
COAL DELIVERED at "ft.SO tek ton
OFKICK-User lleerwail. Orth A Co.. alove.
twoiloorn aliOTe tl.ecortier ot Eighth atreet an t
Cnmtnereial arenue. leeMl
NASill 1IOLUKR.
DOUBLE-ACTING WINDOW LOCK
ASU
SASH IIOLDKR.
uanelS patent ihe only reliable
WINDOW FAST OUT.
e5 3s
SWv. E3i
5 -5 5 J 3
lt2
a
c
SSI
TH
3.
3
? 5 I"
Hr v.
?.5s 2
1H
BERLIZHEIMER & CAHN,
Sle owners of the Territories of the B tle nl
llllnolr, Wliconaln and Iowa, and
Agenu for other States.
General Office 00 Wasiiinoton-st.,
LIIICA'iU. .l,-.
MILLINERSl.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
AND
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Commercial Avenne, oppoalle Elliot
ana Ilaylnorn'M
Cairo, Illinois,
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ready.Made.
e
A full assortment of Hisses' and Ltdlcs
Halt and Bonnets of tbo latest s'tyles,
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS.C. McGEE,
XiriHTII HTREET, BETWEEN WASHIROTOST'
AND COMMERCIAL AYEHVto,
llna Juat recelvel a full and splendid llneof
' . NEW GOODS :
r nl Aai
H.-hiIdr.n,'..ofsJapJ.fuIland-complet,.tockol
I Hill v . . 1 lAHA-ats I J.AOld
All of which she proposes to sell at
THE VERY1 LOWEST CASH PRICE.
I'Olt NALK
..i.l..!.-
The Illinois Central Itail Itoa l Compsay notr
..(, aale the lollowina duscrllied Inls in lir.t
Addition to ihe City of Cairo, vis I
I . . . . ' t n. t . .
u i n liiotiK e,
w ' ss,
" liS ' ht,
" 31 W,
.1 m as a II II II III
- I For terms, tie., apply in jamlh JOH.n ON,
1 1. .
a
RinilTII aTRERT.
fer of work to a very low rale,
ejs.ltf
AkmU',

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