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Tuesday Monxiso, Jvlt 25,1871.
JOHN H. OBERf.V. Kpiron im I'liamirn.
Tn or tiik Daily Bcuni" t
One week", earner, i'
One j'srl.j carrier, In adTance 10 00
One mocta by Mill 7S
Three monthi, M....i 25
Eli raoBlhi,... - 4 24
On J"f ....... fc W
Hi MtMpiptroJ Alannltr county cnAnf tht city o
Otn ; tKi (mil morning dotty in Southern lUinoit ;
unl'UtJpaiwl; tmall, but fearlttt ; out.
)Im hi U vAjeeti of inttreit to the public ;
vt!J a vf al iwdnim circulation, the Jlutlc
tmolinltthrjatmuiijeot intelligent rtaderi ami
THE IfOLLAR WEEKLY IltTLLETIX.
John 11. Otilj S. Co. nto reduced the nib
Kri.iticn price of the Weekly Cairo Hill let In to
(Ml Iarrainvm. maklDg It the ehepe.t pa
1'or President, 1871',
JAMES 11 DOOLITTLE,
Sulrct ti the dtcwon (if the national t'i;i
'Ti. V Vora World on Heiiatur Ooollttle,
"IhtT'ttirt ii o consistent ami untar
huM Mil it inuy be likened to n Htruight
nw nravn aeroti a puzzle a clear beam,
T'"' ly "", . .il"'1"?1'"'!) atmosphere
Atntriun nc.liiei thl'Oinn the int.it
tiw.u Mn. '
j f;i'ii'ivi.li.yihUMotnftrihey hM re-
U'll-4fti: nit Cunt al hU l.in lut tan by
'i inn.-, ol tut Ktf r. Whfq (lio queatlua
n- i ttrt ,.nut 'VShit Hhall be louo with
uim ui tliixj. of Litiuinr thorewfre
. .".V."1 "'' h lioot4 'Totiflftoate their
w P "I. rniit thtm 1vb4." There wa. how-
!. fhJT?1'1 "uf 'rflo-eitin, aod thu
l-'-tanlg,, of lllB n;il'lon...
Tiii.oiJunKTiLTONureit the demoo
ncyu noiaiuate souic'micIi man as
An exchange suL'est.i a new caudi
r-nhe democratic party Thomp-
"with a 'ii'" ti i-
1 iiuiiiiimjii inm in i .
"e is a railroad mnn,
t-d I a b
-eu a luember of cougrc.s.
1 l:"i0'N ')AVI" "u8 Puu'i'
'""iied the i-eusatioii report that he
u'i bttn uilty of an 'indUeretion"
"i' a warrittl lmU- i i. ..
Tl, . .i. . -..i '
Was UMiiice.siirv. Mr.
-'e and reputation were rufficient
adietioiie of i:. r..t.
papers, without an
tn .... . '
vT1' the late ttot in New-
to the influence of tho Catholic I
fact .t tW' t00' 5a"ftbe
irVy ort possible to pre-
p ... IWecran,, of
toluiubus, Ohn v ' ... '..
charge in on tin.,,,... , 1 1 "B
' uit vot.liml l.n
bri'viii i.u f, ...... m
'"itr ol as much
lie charci -I, a'C Ca,,,("
. . . - "-i'wiuie lor shat it for-
.' . ni c,"deuii!s, is unftr
and unjust, My u '
so pay we. The r
Maryland, let at not frm '
the first to etra hu rell!.!..,,. ..i. .7
in America; and, while coiiiU,,,,.,.,,
n 1- ii, IITaiHlll
errors ol tho church with all the liberty
that d i m it eritietxm allows, let m not
forgoi in t.o just by all means, let
uoi Du inuiiciou'iy unjust.
i XlVZZir.0 7jnZXuZ 1,,e "r,,,H" art! concerned, is more ap-
f".H.'?r propriate. Prose, ii. fuct, is Myra's
'"'' rn,' !hu' l t0 "", l'"wer ,,n'1 forte, but poetry don't become her any
itu t t'h on anl I'Merenene.! ihir more than a bloomor costume would,
i. " " . -vi. it nu. initKH inr i
Mil. Kliz.mikth Caiiv Stanton
has been visiting Mrn. l.aura n w:r
tbo (fulilornia murdcre.u.aud has burst
inUj u wail of distress because the fni
Laura is imprisoned in a cell, cold and
damp. LaviW uo windbw but an irou-
larrvd ouc, and is not permitted to
fur an hour or so each day in the
havo a window in llwt hole, 1ould
n1lnwl,r l.nnt. loVTOM and MUSIC
Of course OW KMbotli I right, as
n.nnl. Laura tdibuld be treated with
nil this delicacy possible. Hor priu
on cell should bo made a parlor.
ntid, in every po.-siblo manner, a ro
tnaniic interest ciionid ho thrown
armind bur, m that other women, sus
ceptible and ambitions of becoming
idol of (In! public tenderly cared for
culprits, surrounded by nympathy, flow-
re and musio may be induced to itn-
mediately go into tho man-killing busi
ness 1 Thin business is now fearfully
noglectcd, and should be made attract
ive. A special to one of the St. Louis
pnj)crs asserts that Mr. It. E. Ooodcll is
being put forward by tho democratic
"Springfield ring" as a candidate for
congress frcm tho state at large. Thcro
is uot'a shadow of truth in tho assertion.
Mr. Goodcll was suggested for tho posi
tion by The Cairo Bulletin, which
has no sympathy for tho Springfiold
ring, and desires to see it routed, " horse,
'foot and dragoons." Ho was suggested
because he is a new man, having in his
political garmenU nono of tho odor of
the flesh pots, and in the hopo that a
new deal all around may result to the
adrantage of the party. To the disad
rantago of the party a new deal cannot
result, einco tho "old stagers " have led
party into defeat, year aftor year,
cannot hope to again lead it back
victory. "With Goodcll, a now man
politics a gentleman of ability and
much popularity with the members
both the great political parties of the
state the old order of things may be
reversed and tho democracy triumph.
We have, in our opinion, everything to
by the experiment and nothing to
; but if wo have nothing to gain, as
the old stagers of the party will claim,
we have surely nothing to lose.
Mns. Myra Bradwell pocmed be
fore tho Illinois press association, and
was delivered of a litter of stanzas,
fourteen in number. We are ono of
Myra's admirers, and have endeavored
to like her poem. Wo have read it and
sung it ; heard it read and had it sung
by skillful vocalists have, in short,
time and again, sweating like a dray
horse and blowing like a porpoise
weary of life on account of this great
poetical tribulation managed to "take
1 in" the gentle Myra's "poem ;" but,
notwithstanding all our efforts, we
couldn't admirc)it wc really couldn't.
It treats of women's rights and goes for
them with a ginglc. Myra, you fee, is
woman's rights woman of tho first wa
ter, and always ppcaks for tho cause
when opportunity offers, in prose or
rhvine. This is all riirht. Wc are
with her on the "rights" nuestion, and
s,dmiro her as a champion of those
. , , , . , , i i.
rights; but we can t be led to believe
that she ou?Iit to waste any more of
her poetical sweetness either in that or
any other direction. Mm nas none 10
,. tit ul, vl. uV,,i1il l-,nn
Spare. All hllS lias HIO HIIOUIU keep
ni.nllf ilr ,.,-, , Prni.fi lippntnox her
about llCr peroOII. 1 TOiC DCCOmS Iter
..., It kuWh tin lnttir mid so far as
moTe - 11 ,UH8 " l-n-ri !,J 1Jr "B
and everybody knows she is not builf
tn i.dMiDV that kind of a suit. ficntle
Myra, take our advice, uiid "go slow" on
poetry. Do. x ou will feol better.
"Uridulbiithing costumes" aro announ
rorty inouinnu Americans uru expeu-
, , ,w.rfia I tin ipi-iin thi Kiimmor.
Vhen annoving serenuding parties
go uruutid In Nevada, tho ilro depart
It is said that ground acorn mid
hore-chest-nuts enter into tho composition
of a largo portion of tho cheap inaccaroni
anil vurinicelll inanufactured in New
A Memphis hollo challenged a man
to marry. He valiantly accopttd, and in
twenty minutes thuni was a wedding. In
twotity days there was a divorce
(ioorgin anounces that, this teuton,
raiiting wtiturmolon for tho Northern
market U moro protltublo than raising
A I'hiludelphia liuuk-driver drove a
dead man around for lislf u day, and
didn't know tho fact till ho tried to col
lect his fire.
lw woman of Sim Franciac? lately or-
I . . w
Uur'1 'ghty-tivo drois.,s from Iierlin.
A UoorL-ln riiw,.v ipin r i,,tn
fUnCr''1 l,r,M:,!"1. recently, and dispersod
A citizen of thu Interior of Tennosseo
w,nt tu tt Memphis' hotel, and, being
,(:rvo,, wltl' vurmici)lli Bup. repelled It
I Indignantly, desiring to know if ' you 1 uns
vttl miernai wurrums.7
Cornell University, through tho ad
Vittulnu ,...t, .,.., ..r .i.- ni
,, iiia ui uiu iKiriuidii, in
' r.nc., . . , .
t.rof,.Ur;i ;.v"'"u"". ,u "PP'y ,or "
tilled In the uu-
vlciiillv ,. ... .
Mi. ii. i ' "uu Newport,
ue-, tlie uraithonneri. . ' . '
. .i . wr uevouring
vtn.Esis tlim.lv with muet, ui,Wullv
Ibupotatoei. Ml' 11
.... mo, vuuiu linn. .... . i .
ALrakeinaii lately Ml from a i..iK,t
lrT' at HcherjecUdy, but hung to Ul
V"'V,"K great priseneo of
"Him,' and wai dragged and bumped a
Muarter of u mllu over tho ties before 1 a
rescuW. llut hu avol hit Pfu.
"The honest wen of Chester etunly,"
"' rorw.nl Hon. Jacob
THE CAIRO DAILY
v ? COBDEN
AN INTKUKSTING LKTTKH PltOM
TIIK KKQION OF'. MANY
Jiif. muiT RK0I0N8 CAIIAVANB OK rilUIT
WAOONS -18.000 IIOXEB BIUITKIJ J.A1LY
BOXES rUHXIHIIED IIYTIIK CAIItO 1IOX
AND 1IA8KKT COMPANY AN1I V. UltAI.E
ANII 11110., OF C01IDEN TIIK CAIItO AND
ST. I.0UI8 IIAILKOAD COtlDEN A VUTUItE
sunuitn or caiho suburban yim.ab
KIIUITS AND P LOWERS, MtLC AND HONEY,
HEALTH AND HAPl'INESS.
To the Editor of IhaficLLtTiN.
It would do you city people n Krent Jeul
of good to sponJ iidrty la our quiet little
tnwn and obierva in how unoitontatloua a
manner tho fruit business Is carried on
here. It would gWo you some apprecia
tion of the magnitude of tbo business too.
and explain, in tome degree, why tbo
grcitt whools and sharp knives and noisy
saws of tho
CAIRO BOX AND BASKET COMTANY.
aro kept to constantly employed. Karly
in tho morning you might seo loaded
wagons approaching in every direction.
At a dlsUnco you would think thorn tho
vans of some itinerant show, but as they
approach you perceive that each ono car
rie about eighty boxes of poacher,
that thoy aro covered with a painted cloth
or tarpaulin to keep them from tho dust,
tho sun, and maybo the rain. Thcso first-
comers livo not over a mllo away, and aro
thus early because they Intend to deliver
two or threo loads beforo
THE FRUIT TRAIN
cavcsat9:42. Thencxt teams como six or
eight miles, having taken an oarly start;
they aro followed by those living same-
what nearer who have only ono load to
bring and aro not hurriod. Then como
those who live twelvo miles away in the
direction of Murphysboro, and then the
second and third loads of those living near,
till at eight o'clock in the morning you
may count in one procession, advancing in
lino to tho cars, at least
all heavily laden. All kinds of wagons
are brought into requisition. Tho heavy
lumber wagon without springs and with
hairsprings, all patlorns and shapes and
sizes ot market and express wagons, and
buggies both new and old. Occasionally,
to vary tho monotony, a horse unused to
so much bustlo and so many cars, becomes
unmanageable and tries to disprove the
physical principal of Impenetrability, but
only succeeds in running bis own wagon
half way acrosi that of his next neighbor.
Or a buggy
WORN WITH AOE
and tired of tho burdens of this fleeting
world, ends Its days by tumbling from a
bank and scattering driver and boxes in
unrecoverable confusion. These aro only
occasional occurrences, and wo do not
warrant you a sight if you only spend a
singloday with us.
When tho train is ready to depart it is
havo bcon loaded. During tho afternoon
this procession is repeated and a car load
is sent by express, and eight car loads by
" 1 ' ' b '
tho night freight, l csteruay
TWKNTy-Two car loads
wore shipped, averaging 800 boxes each, or
,7,000 boxes in al.. When it is contidered
that tho averngo load of tho vehicles bring-
Ing in fruit is not over CO boxes, it will bo
seen that over 350 teams must orrivoat our
i . i it., r . m r,!i t,.inna nlnnn
depot dally, for tho fruit business alone.
Then it must not bo forgotten that the
pcopio wuu raisu iruu urv ijuibu us i
i .. i r r. ,...u n. i
likolv to buv coods as aro less loriunaio
people, and that as a consequence of this
fruit business thtro has grown up a great
number of industries which add to the
THRIFT AND VIOOR
of our town., Of the 17,000 boxes used
daily, tho Cairo Uoxand itasKot company
ii furnishing anoui ono nan, nu mo id-
i i .JL .it ,v v nnalh Uro
malndor aro supplied by . I oale & uro
of our own' town, and by various smaller
conccrns in the vicinity. The aggregate
nf th fruit cron this veur will bo im-
v, i.. irinn ',Oo ooo will
menso. Not less than 00,000 will
be divided among our fruit-growors, and
tho Illinois Central lUllroad Ccmpnny
..tit i t.o..t 4200.000 besides.
". , .. . i, ,
Speaking of railroads, wo aro quite ani-
mutnil hero at tho prospect of tho early
buildiiiL' of tho
CAIRO AND ST. LOUIS RAILROAD.
Naturo has provided so coinpieto an open-
1,1,. in thn hills hern that wo feel suro that
" . . .
tho ramous houtn rant win ue imoioii h.
tho routti for tho plow road, in which
case wo shall havo two lines to your city;
or what wo think will in tho future bo
of much moro Importance, you will have
TWO lines to cobden;
fur it must bo admmlttcd that proud as
wo aro of our own village, wo roally ro
gard it as an
ADJUNCT TO CAIRO,
and expect, when Cairo has fairly com
monced Its march to the proud future that
surely awaits it, that the business men of
Cairo will seek pleasant
HOMES FOR THEIR FAMILIES
on our healthy hills and among our so
elul people. Even now wo seo Messrs.
Peebles and Fisher, of tho box company,
retiring from the business of tho
week to spend tho Sabbath with
thero families hero, and It will not bo
lone beforo accomodation trains will be
, ...I A I
rcrt ns nut oi uniciuro 10 civa un
opportunity ior '; e
at night. Then it cannot be expected
that Cairo can furnish room both for bus-
Incss houses and for residences; and what
can bo more pleasant than a home among
purple HI .I.H,
fruitful treet and vines and pro-
fusely blooming flowers glvo evidence and ' ivo Democrat Mr. ProudHt is conspicu
...iir.nn. ,,f health, and happiness and ' out, and has for tome years boon far in
Como up and sco us, Mr Bulletin
pick you out a residence and horeafter
think of Cobden and Cairo as' tho place
for happlnett, H.
Cobden, July at, 1H71.
-.The Courier Journal does not think
k fulr'that "tho lludlcal piinors tnenk of tin,
hlnodv aflnlr In Now " ork last week
tho liamcMirtlc riot. As thu' Orangemon
all ploua lUdical decons tn the ileth-1 youngor alstur. 1
Church, North, it was a fiiirfectl . i ' 1
shame that tho rubul Duinoerallo Hardkliull
.... , ,i ,.. i ,,n
BULLETIN, TUESDAY JULY 25, 1871.
THE I'ITIAMLK-cXsE-AND BRILLIANT AN
TECEDENTS Of MRS.. niOAHYHOWEN.
(from Hie Wlilntori Correspondent of 1 10
As for 31 r. Uowen, lior case oxcitoj thu
deepest Interest and symjathy here.
Slio Is devotedly attached to hor numer
ous htiitinnd, and declares that sho will
stick to lil in. Slio believes that.hor mar
ringo was loyal and that it was'formod In
good fiiitli by both her husband nnd hor
selfi It ii said that they aro now living
together occupying a houso hero owned by
herself. Uiiwc'n friends assert that ho
will at once take slept to procuro a legal
(1 1 vn r co, to which bo Is entitled, wliilo
persons whouro not particularly friondly,
say ho will do nothing of tho kind that
ho it not entitled to a dlvoroo that no
court would dare to gran it;
but that he and Mrs. Petti
gru King will continue to livo togethor,
leaving the world to lay and think- what
it pleases; thus leaving it In tho hands of
tho other two .Mistresses Dowcn to obtain
divorces on tho ground of adultery, if they
too fit. The gentlemxn say that Mrs.
Bowen was colobrated for bur wit and tar
caim in Charleston, and bo related many
Instances of her brilliancy In convention
and in society. She whs at ono time re
garded, thore as the most brilliant and fas
cinating woman in tho State, and owing
to hor fathor'a position' hor seclcty wat
groatly sought by distinguished strangon.
8ho was, In fact, In her prime (perhaps
after.sho was married to hor first husband),
the sort of woman that was always popu
lar among contlcmen,but looked upon with
suspicion (born of onvey, you may ho ture)
by tho ladles. Sho reigned supremo in
uvory assombly, party, rout, and tho prim,
modest going ladles called her fast.
THE FAMOUS ECLIPSE AN OLD TIME RACER
Tho following notes regarding tho fa
mous raco horso Eclipso are published bv
the Turf, Field and Farm: J
1 no celebrated raco horso Eclipse, foaled
ln.ll I ITfl I t. ' .
i, iiui, nas vnu ui tuu must rumarK-
able animals that eyor struck the turf with
his feet. Mr. V ixclly purchased him for
$3,750, and it is estimated that tho horso
won for his owner more than H!5,000 in
gold cups, vases and guinea purses, when
ho died of colic and inflamatlon. Mr.
Flumer, a son of Sir Thomas Plumer, the
former owner of tho citato of Canons,
writes: "Tho horso Eclipto was hurried
in tho park, not far from what is called
the saloon frontoftbo houso, and there was
a stono which marked tho spot; but in tho
extensive alteration which my father made,
tho stone, I think, got removed, although
tho spot where it was is well known to me,
and is known to mo now, and I shall be
pleased to offer my services at chaperon
to point it out.
"Tho skin of Eclipso was preserved In
the rang of stables, and I well remotnber
its mouldering, dusty, moth-eaten remains,
which I am ashamed to say wero suffered
to decay and gradually vanish from sight
and memory. Tho hoof, howover, was set
in silver and preserved by my eldest broth
er, whoso son now has it. The estate of
Canons was won by Eclipso for tbo equally
famous Col. Kelly, of whom my father
bought tho place Tor JCO.OOO."
Eclipse was sired by Marslake, and his
dam was Spilctta, by Itegulus. He died at
Canons, where ho was burried with almost
regal honors. Tho Challenge Whip was
mede from Ms tail, and each treasured
among his collection a hoof of tho horso
mounted in silver.
A great deal of character is imparted
and received at the table. Parents too
often forget this; and thercforo, instead
of swallowing your food in sullen silence,
instead of brooding over your business,
instead ofsovcrely talking about others,,
let tho conversation at the tablo bo genial,
kind, social, and chcerinc. Don't bring
disagreeablo things to tho tablo in your
conversation any moro than you would in
dishes. For this reason too tho moro
good company you havo at your tablo tho
better for your children. Every conycrsa-
gonco and tho rciinemcnt, and the appro-
priato behavior of u lamily which is given
to hospitality. Never feel that intelligent
visitors can bo anything but a blessing to
ftow fb y lmvo
ten lioll of the fact that company and
. ii . f .i..-.
converrution nru i.u eiiinn inrb ui cuui-n
From the Little Kock (iarctte.l
Tho Memphis Appeal is easily aatitficd
It sees in tho action of the late titato, Con-
m t Inn s f tin Tintnnpattn f'ontral o m A
T)1,lrict Committees in this State, that tho
"new departure absurdities are not accepted
j3 r"i" ,
our contemporary more mtstakon. Every
mont of tho 0hio platform. Tho conven-
ion did endorse the ''creed' of the Gazette
they went as far as they deemed they, had
any power to go. Wo never claimed, nor
commltteo, that thoy had any right
. ko a n!atfoi.n. but they went to tho
full extent of tho Gazette's posltion-f-that
"jpy wvea tne piauorms auopiea oy
tlie iJomooracy 01 unio, ronnsyivania ana
other Norlnen Slal0s Cmbody tho living
inuo unon which the noxt national oam-
l'lgn ',(uld made." Does tho Appeal
A republican word for governor
I L.'- ... It. Pln.Unnll VlhinAilnl t
Tho' right., bo fur as representedby the
Oranuemen's procossion, wore maintained
by Oovernor Hoffman, and we aro not of
I tlioso disposed to withhold credit bocauta
no was taruy in acting, ii is tumcieni
that ho did act. and with culcioncv, rcscu
lug tho city trom tno mob into wnose
hands a weak Mayor had virtually deliv
ered it, and demonstrating oven to tho
vicious and ignorant Hibernian fanatics
that law is stronger than license In New-
fttf-Tlia Slfirvlti. Tnfltana if trannn
i . vo nrescnted tholr caso vorv touchlni.lv
ho tho authorities. They have sent a wo-.
man, tho daughter of their chief, to Sao
ramcnto to atK lood tor them or the mil
itary, and sho has written a very forciblo
and woll considered letter to Goneral Ord
on tho subjoct. Tho letter was forward'
cd strongly endorsed by both Uonoralt
Ord and Scoileld, to tho Department at
"Washington, and tbo dosnerate situation
of tho, Oregon Indian tribes it so touching-
hy donlcted by this Indian woman that it
is to no nopeu mo tuparimcnt will give
-,Tho Now York Sun says " thodemo-
icrilU mTe settled upon tho Hon. Andrew
i proudfit as thoir;candldate for Governor
'In tho coming campaign. Tholr i party
'man of tho Domocratio Stato Central'
, Cnmn,tttcc, having succcodod Henry L.
r, t,.i . , that nosition. A
' advanco of his party on tho livo questions
' of tho day.
RQir At South Uond, not long ago, a
man named Humphroys lost his wifo tho
Kccond within a year. Heforo the end of
two months he offered himself to bis sec
ond wlfo's eldest sistor, but sho rofitsed
him. Ho nulellv begun his address to n
I vounccr alitor, and on u lata Sunday,
wliilo lilt mntlinr.ln.law und the oldest
n sister wero irono to thn eamoterv to'vlslt
1 tho gruvo of hla wlfu. ho olonod with, tho
tarTlio Oetroit Free l'resi mya
Novo, thu lUdlual rnndldnta for tlovornor
FIKK, HUM,, CAKOO, LIVE STOCK,
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Atieli .JO.O)0.orjO UO
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE
Astt m tOO.OOOM
8 AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDF.E,
71 OkU ,
City National Bank. CAIRO. ILL. -
FIRE AND 1MARINE
I DtT S TJ JL 1ST O 33
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Anta ....-.M; ......$l,43s,tie w
OERMANIA, N. Y
Assets M,..MMM.m... H..M.H.H ...,1.0st.7Sl "t
HANOVER, N. T., '
Assets 7tS,S2 00
REPUBLIC, N. Y.,
A(ela ........ mh..... mm....m,.......m...TI4.V2S CO
CompriatBX thoUoderwrltsra' Ageaey.
YONKERS, X. Y.,
Awels S7S.4M IS
Assets .,.....43,193 23
firemen's FUND, S. F.,
A Met 878,000 00
SECURITY, N. Y.-
STORK, Iwelhog, Furniture, Hulls and Car
Koea, inureJ at rates as farorable, as aound.
permanent security will warrant.
I xeapecttally aik nf the cltiMDt of Cairo, 'a
share ol their iiatrouaie.
c. w. uvaurM,
Ofllce at First National ntnk
GRtOCEBIEH AMD DRY GOODH.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Lisa Juit recelTsd a heavy atok of Bo'ota and
enoea, uotisry ana noiioas.
FOR SALE FOR CASH. VERY CHEAP
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lie alio lias a line 'stock of Family Groceries ol
WTWKR SIXTn-ST. AND COMMER
CAIRO,. ILLINOIS, t ,
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinila of plain and orna
mental PAINTING, . ,
KALS6MINING, PAPER HANGING
8ION WRITING, ETC.,
At figures which defy all competlon, and in the
highest style tf the painter's art.
SHOP IN THEPEKRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL JlYEHUJt
CAIRO CITY COAI
, .ill' '.
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A I "J .1 W . . '....'..
Is prepared ,to npply cuioijiei with the bast
.ijuayiy oi . 4i , a
PITTSBURG ANI) iiilANOlfe
I. -n i
'SrDK.IW taft at Haltiilay Ilrm. office, TO OHIO
KVKK, or M the Coal Yard below the Ht
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Us i an, I i.u
3D !R TJ Q-Q-IS TtS
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If rt'LL SLAIT
AT UAROLAYsVURUO STORK.
4 A A A V i-4 v t Aj, A
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
ILL atiD VIS' IwrrLiriaotaLa
,At IIarc lays'. ,
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jj K L M n o L I) ' g
UHAfK I CATAWBA,
riiA,) ( orape i PILLS
VllA V ORATE
) a (.ORAPE ) PILLS
4.111, all or
II CliNBOIiD'N II EB l(!l , KN
FRESH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always In stock In large "iipply, and fur l b
JUST R E 0 E I V E D
rrflUbF tlsrUUa, Rottlr ardatlaii
19Extra Fine Coloonk;
MiVGenuine Imported. Extract;
tSfll air, Tooth and Nail Brushes;
T I '
India Kubber Nursery Goo
PURE WHITE LEAD
, PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades In large atock ami va
riety, tery cheap;
Full Line of Colors,
tai asi is oil;
Paint Ilrushea, Mowed Oil,
Whitewash Hiihes, Turpentine,
Varnlahe Etc. etc.,
all tiara asd tTA-iDAan qvautim
FORWARDING ;ANU COMMISSION
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DEALERS IN FLOUR;
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And'Asal" f . '
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Ohio Klsr stssa UstnawIiM
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70 Ohio Levee, :
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f i ' CAIBO, 1LMNOI9.
billiard' saloon and bar
room. JOHN OATKN, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Avenue, C.UUO, ILLINOIS
nill.I.IARD aaloon fumlaheil with the b.at ot
Jj tables ; and bar supplied with wlneii, liquors
t vYLi .1. ' J, i '
Cor. FoWteeatli HI. tsssd Costs
' aaercUl Avenue, ( j .
WITMEKALDfl8.mple' H' '
teat the varioua branda
JOHN fA .7 '. J-
T'sttlt lr te,erMi
!S'iranaa alwara on nand.' Tlioae uniriuH -
S, tbV.wawsrrant return. ,
laea pia ciari nam r;
SlinOM ATIO work - printing ra many
and varied colors at one Impression, on
Job m nt dk oince. inia n mo ....-.-
'v".r'" " ki.....a - - It narf.irma In one llav
ud are SlsSS fwm TbssrTa,lntUM I lrminDki, gmpt, .(lie galoon. ul.
IlVle Jl?ao belli? Iet, moss trimmings crocket button",
!U? niJi1!.' 'XTZiSi bittr atodked.. Call and JiiUpDd TTet buttont'pluShand trlmmlir vel-
ot winea ana nguora. i
nOOHft, S.ANII, ETCi
W. V. THOJITsTON,
tr.ll.ra in .
BiiNDS, WINDOW OI.ASS,
LATH -A-OSnb liTJIvIBER
Offick on Tenth St.,
Ilelween 4 oinnierrlnl niift WsMhlaia;it
A111! '"'Jf .Ul" 'rr Compn'A
"& . and Quart Cement.
II. W. John'a Improinl Itooflnx alirayt on
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol erery ilearrlption,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
' DOORS,' SASH, RLINDS.
Furnliheil on shortest notice.
Comracrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-s(H.,
COAT. AND WOOD.
"f" mT'w a r'iV,
WOOD AN D COAL
T7 M. WAItI l prepared to dellrer Itie U.I
I; . Kirr WoikI and otune Coal
IN ANY PART OF THE CITV,
And in any ipianlity ilc.irt-J, on hort iioIkv,
COAL DELI YERED at fl.50 per ton
OKKICK-Oter Ilecrwart. Orlli A Co.'a itorr.
taodoora abore the corner of Eighth treet and
Commercial atenlie. lereit
uansel'h patent the only reliable
WINIXIW FAST OUT.
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UEKLIZHEIMEK & CAHN,
Bole owners of the Territories of the State ot
Illlnoin, Wisconsin and Iowa, and
Agent for other States.
General Office 90 W ashikoton-st.,
JURS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Couiuierrlal ATsiHe, oppoalle Elliot
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Hade to order, or Rady-Mda.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladlca
I ... i n . . 1 1 - . . . .ImT..
. siMll anu uonneu ui iuu ivua .ji
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
i MRS. C. McGEE,
kiJhth htrket, between wabuinotok
' and commercial ayenueb,
tas Just received a full and splendid line of
Tet hats and bonnets, fine Kid Rlovet, ladiea- ana
child rens' hoti, and a full and complete atock oi
Millinery and Fanby Goods,
All, of whtch she proposes to tell at
THE VERY LOWEST CA8II PKICIH.
IThe Illinois Central Rail Road Compsny Dmr I
oiler for sale the following described loin lo rirwt
Ad4lllon to the City of Cairo, vis t J
and 'Lo, block 40.
the J ( ja .. to,
not 2i Diocic si,
. iff s.,
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