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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY AUOUST 3, 1871.
By buying jeer
WAtliliiClaii-nr., .Venr ('nilum Honor,
Messrs. F.ichliofl nrnttior ileilce to Infoim thu
cltltens of Cairo that llicy ato manuUcluring nil
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITUR
And lime now on lmnl ami for fair, at
Wliolnmlc find Itetntl,
all kind, anj will continue to keep at tliclr
8ALEK ROOMS, IV THKIIl NEW BUILDINO,
Every discretion of cheap nnJ costly lurnimrc
MT.MatUe Topped Iltireaua,
aW Wantrobo, Sofa Chairs.
t.Joffti and Matrasne,
Lounge, ele , etc.,
Winch they hIII guarantee! io sell
TWENT PER CENT. LOWER
Than they ran le louchl from any other dealer In
tir uiriii n can ami paiiaiv your
Thursday Mornino, Avci'tr .1, 1S71
JOHN II. ODERI.V, Enron iti Ii rtMiira.
Tisaa or tat Vinr lie tirriv .
Sulntnptton. Oct Mt, by cirtier, ...... S.".
On jenrby carrier, in aJtamr 10 .
On month b) uad, -s
Three month., ; 23
fix month) 4 sv
One j car, ...-.....-.......... ...... i
b&eitU paper vt MtraUrrutv an. oj
iikf fturhu ; out
uniautktpatnMajtot Mtuitnt rtakrt oi.i
tntirpriiing Bujiicss mtn.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY HULLETIM.
iohn H. Olierly t Co. invo rnluccil the nib
scrlj.tian price, of. tlje. Weekly Cairo lliilletln tel
0t DJlar ptr oKvim. nuking It the vhemcat pa
per published InBouthern Illinois.
For President, 1871',
JAMES li. DOOLITTLE,
Subject (0 the dtcttiun uf the mifioimt dem
ITI ew Vnrk W01M tin Honiior Doolitlln.
"7i rtcorit i o COIMisfflli atul lllltnr.
nhhed that it tuay he Hl.cneil Oj a traigt
tiiifi drawn aerou a jiuxslr tt clear b"nr,
uintcrrcrd ly the lUtcluntimi utmnHiilu r-l
uf American isfiicj, thromjh the putf
hvm (i wtch fa Sewh'.tMUIIt.JdiHrM at A
f .1 .Iksn. t.t .1.-. I
do y ii,M i Unim, mi-r ii,.. '(,M,i r...
u-ll.l l.S1lU. I KUIII,. 1111,1 liu.f l.-el llllf lio, 1,,
tl,wUi,y n,.lt HJ,,j.. u.,., Ull) q,,,,,,,;,
7 - --..-. . mutlil lit ilillie Willi
I.Jt iiiii un i ifiHegjilt. uf htuumf llieieutre
some etrn Idere kIik .huutiot : l-.,iili.l llie ll,V,
vn, i,.im HM ,hs i,, hpiiI.j ll(. mil(:
Imr. hi id. iru 1, ,UV4. Jim Caiiiilln. hIium.
1... ."' "'! lower aii-lulotr ,,t
The Louisvillo Cn,rur Juu,ttl, a
paper most generally clear nghted on
politics, haa an editorial entitled V
Survey of the Field" and alter .hW
iDg the lUdioal 8ide of the .p,,,,!,,,,
dd: "The democracy, on the other
ic ttv pun. iuu vear?i f.nt ..c
power may purify a party, but they
' do not usually compact it. .N0 une
1 prominent Democrat can be said to
' carry a majority of his associates with
htm. There is u curious timilarity
of strength all round, and a blanket
' might cover thoe who have bee., on
teredthus f,r. Outside of the p!ll lv
tr8" Charles Fr'ancis
rtuaum auu uratz Hrown.
some talk of Trumbull
who is a ufir.,1
man, but weak, and of Doolittle, i,
a good, sounding, Providential
n"U)0- "Whaf8iuana.no" or "lie
wbo ideals my purse" etc., Mcii,b to
iiaro iinitmmi .1.4 ...,i. .i s.
,K,U w IJJ0 uaurirr.
rnand perhaps ,)je Jack J
good Koundine h-.m....i.i
At. .1 ""umi nuiiiu, jnay
i"'6 voting f'0r Judgo
lil"8 1-rovided he shouldbenon.it,
M Pajfr .ia Wisconsin has
i7TSi2?OTBer opjeotlon. nearly or ..bit..
U1' KeH on to etafe that
tvlicn .1 (1(10 VoohUlc j .ineil tlic United
Stales eimlo ho ' provided with
wnrl.llv trowls; J'i"' 11 ,i,,u fl,r11' aA
pome aliwWo rc.1l o-li'lu; Hint during
il,. luohc ye.us iio was m tliu senate,
;.. .ml.T to liimdelf nntl fntnily
and to educate Ids (diildrcn, lio liad to
),; linn ni.il real estate nt n sac;
rifiec, .ii'd vn,m ? ''Ic "f,' n l,oor
T ......1. 1... ...nd linnn.l
lll.'lll. Oilier nuiu. nu iwui
...I! 1 .1 1
alKl, I nilll 11 r.iuit.ii piuuu-piiui, i
fiirclly honest 1'J.m is a fool and un
worthy to hold an oflieo. The people
must enn-idef well thc-e objections
We raii-ed Judgo Doolittle's name nt
the head o our columns and invited dis
cussion. Wc arc not surprised at the
radical paper's remarks, but are Borne
what at the Cuiirlrr-Joiiritiil'f, and
wo can assure it that the name of
Doolittle is at grand and tinic-hnuorcd
ns any in the laud. It is no new natno
in New-York mid thu New England
states ; it dates boyond tho revolution,
nud nil that ii honest and christian -like
is associated with it. Hut the mcro
tiMiie is not tho charm that will rally
intelligent voters in this free-thinking
"With tlic name there must be n
record, and tho possessor must have
statesmanship and aiihty, without
which no name could ever sustain him.
"We have ever been taught to
judge men by their nets, aud if they
were guilty, no high soundiug name
should chichi them. Wo aro yet
mericans and require no royal blood
or ttticu name, urown urccu or
Smith will be acceptable so long
as the owners havo their full share
of brains. Tho Courhr-Jvitrnul also
mcutions Judge Doolittle as one out
side of the Democratic party, which is
Judge Doolittle has acted in lul
harmony with the democratic party for
the past five years j was chairman of
the democratic congressional committee
in ISO'S, and made several speeches for
Soymourand Ulair during the last pros
idential campaign, lor which ho was
highly complimented by tho New
York II 'orld and the leading democratic
papers. He assisted Hendricks in In
dinun, and has the credit of being in
(trumcntnl in carrying Connecticut for
English in the first election, and to-day
is one of the wisest leaders of the demo
A well known citizen of .Mound City,
when on his travels, contributes an
occasional letter to tlic "Milwaukee
Ann " and in a letter from Dubuque
HOTEL TAI1LE MllTEGV.
In my varied wanderings I Iaurn soma-
thim; new every day, snd to-day at our
Hotel utnner, I oUerveU something worth
Th table are Mlnll by cirlj who
itm well posted in tbeir duties, but
apparently lavored lotus at the expense
of other hungry indtviduali who wire
kept waiting. I numbered with the lit
ter, ana wondered how I could
remedy this noclect. Had thev
! eltW.1 wmld have
"ppeu n thin piece of fractional eurrencv
in one of their palms and Soon llHil him in
dancing attendance, lint it Is not nronor
to give young Indies nwnoy, nml what was
l todo? Tlio question was soon solved.
Just opposito me sat a smiling youth of
tlfntttv-..... ...1... 1....I ! i3 ,1
...v.. luvuiVUU qillio nil
thu waiting of tho vircii. nmilen ofthlrtv-
soven summers who preiuiibulntcd around
our table. After tlio vomit? mnn lmrl
Hindi out n hearty dinner ho placed
his Imtid in his pocket, guv tlio girl
11 uniiwinn lool; winch broUL' it her to
his sidi1, nnd I could not bcllevn ho win
ilne Id present hur moiiuvt So indeud:
but In conlly hauled out it bnttlu of Lu-
Din e r.xinici aim niuiin-ii to tier. 1 now
iinilisrhtitd why that younu iiinti is so atten
tively waited upon, nml in tulf dufensc, I
Intvu rctolvcd that if I remain hero any
length online, ti wnto to lied Hopkins
i lurnuru uni n wiiuio pnuKngc 01 l.ublll
eonio liurni'iu Liicaeuili, and If nicen
mry toinenf ifuliiihuldi siirupi-riilu.
Such iiiii.oi.ncementsai the following,
'rom lio .Ncivbcrrv (.S
'how tho inovitablu end of negro suf
frage, where the negro has altvays been
the dependent of the resident nml prop-
erty-otvniiig white population :
At the request of tho below-slgncd col-
ored men, tho following card was written,
which, ufter l;iiii? rend to tlmm
eliirod to bo to their tatlsfaetlon :
N KWjiEltltv, K. U., July 13. 1871.
We, tho undersigned, colored eltizciu of
Mollnliuri, want to bo on mora friendly
terms witll tho respectable nnd intelligent
peoplo of this county. And to gain this
end leel that uu inukl quit tlio parly which
has given, partly by our votes, sucli n bad
government to South Carolina. "Wo shall
in tho future vote only for good men for
otlicc, irrespective of nurtv. 'o now do-
ilaru oursuives freo from tho sluvery in
which tho politician has hold us, und will
du all In our power to cultivate u friendly
M'int with our white follow citizen. "We
lay. liL'lllll. (llkliiii'll v ifii nn ilnni with
tho Snuth Carolina republican party, now
luruver. ,1AM UOOI'KIl,
It it rumored that Cardinal
nus summoned Ilihon
.Many of the Communist prlsonor sont
to tlio.liilerorit French forts, havo been ro
leaied. -ThUrahM Induced Bismarck to con-
& ml i it.i.
i.. . . . V.h:ul1"'' of the Farls forts still
hold bv tlio ( ...... "i wui
Ur Z, Uoops, and of the en
r... .. . V 7' u,..l"heino nnd Seine ot
Olre, on or before the Hl,v of Al)j,u,t,
-In the French Assembly, Wudnesdny,
n proposition was Introduced to mb.tituto
taxw on salt, and incomes for ti
textiles und raw malarial. Minister 1W
r (iuertler opposed tho proposition, bu
' Aiiembly ilnally referrwl it to n
Alllioiich tlio president kecpu nwny
from Wiuhlnglon, nml thus nvoidos tho
direct usilo between tho sccrotnry or tlio
treiKiiry nnd coinmtitlonor of Internal
rovonue, a duciiioii must soonor or Intor
hi made. Thoro Is no possibility of
Mooiicilintion, and ono or the other mut1
go tho witll, Knelt sldo Is outspoken In
denunciation of his nntncontit. nnd boll
confidently claim tho proildont's 'support
Arrangementi aro on foo t to start ft
now Journal in Washington on tho lit of
Soptombur, which shall bo tho especial
champion of Southern republicans. It
will support tho prcsont administration,
favor tho roductlon of taxes, and oppolo
tho pty merit of tho nntlonal debt by tlio
present Kcnoration. It has not yet been
dccldod whothor It will bo a dally or week
ly paper. J
THE PINK STREET TRAGEDY.
FORK SUKltKNDEHS HIMSELF.
DEATH OF .Mil. UEACH.
FOltE DECLINES TO MAKE ANY
STATEMENT AS TO THE
(Prom tho St.L-oult Hep. SI)
Joseph II. Fore, the youne man who
attamnted to anaiinato ifr. Munson Beach
at 700 l'ino stroot, surrendered lunsolf to
tho police at Caronaciet yesterday morn
ing. Ho had spont tho night with n friond
named Henry O'Brien, who lives noar the
arsenal. P.uiilng at about C o'clock he
borrowed n coat, and earring his own tied
up in a parcol, ho diroctoa bis footsteps
to Carondclct and inquired for tho third
railway station, evidently intonuing to
cfiect his escape, by tho Iron Mountain
raiiroao. 110 sow ms own coat to a ne
gro for 5o cents, and happening to too a
morning paper .wttu nn account 01 tne
tragedy nnd n stalcmout of tho precau
tion tne pouco naa taKcn to prevent nil
escape, ho concluded that tho best courio
tor mm to pursue wouiu do to give nim
telf up. Ho had made bis way to tho second
railway station nna irom tncro sont wora
to tho Carondclct pollco station, which ii
about a block distant, Hint no would stir
rondor himself. Sergont Kocliow ImmC'
diatoly went there, placed him under nr.
rest, nud brought him to tho central po-
nco station- roros rovoivor wnn several
of tho chambers empty is now in pos
session of dipt. Humbler of the First dis
trict. TIIV l'R!OSER.
Foro is now imprisoned nt tho calaboose
awaiting the result of tho wounds inflicted
on Mr. Jleach. Ho is twenty-four years
of ngc, about 11 vo feet ten inches in height,
and is what tho ladies would call "a hand
some man. ' J i is luce is rather full nnd
open, nnd appears browned from exposure.
As heforo stated, ho is n native of Shclby
ville, Kentucky, where ho inherited "a
tolorahlo fortune, but within tho last three
years, sinco his marriage, has squandered
the greater part of it, and is now in embar
rassed circtm s.niiccf, flnnnclullv aswell as
Tho petition for divorce was filed by
his wife, Alice Nora Fore, on the 18th ins t.
Fore, who had been intempcrato in his
hubits previously, becamo worso after Ins
wifo sepcratcd from him. nnd has been
almost continually drunk sinco then un
til his arrest vesterdav inornini;. Durinr
Thursday ho drank vorv heavilv. and
those who siw him on that evening uj
that h wis ni4.ir'y crasy from drink.
Mrs. iVa u .tbout l'.l yars of age, iliplrt,
almost girlua ia ippearancc. She is rtry
tntei.igeataad ts lily-It ko in her inanaer.
During the excitement created by tL
shooting atTray, among tho residents In tbt
houso sho alpno retained hor prcsenco of
mind, and her nerve and coolness pioved
of grest service in nttending the wounded '
Mrs. Foro cxculnntea her frinrnlc frnrn
nil hlamo fn tlio nlfair. Sha statea that
thoro is not tho slightest ground for her
husband's asBoraiton that her friends have
cnueavorod to promote lll-fooliog between
them. Sho nttridutes the wholo trouliln io
Fore's unbridled nusalona mwl dimnlnin
M r. Beach, the victim of the attempted
ufcsnssination, is about thirtv veum of huh.
light In build, und naturully dellcatu in
health. During the owning on which he
wat suoi ne wan ruiner unwell, and re
mained in tho house, kitting by tho window.
He had been only n few minutes eittiijir on
the doorstep before his brother-in-law
came up anu nred at him.
he w this iioit.siso.
During yeterday hopes were entortuined
of the recovery of Mr. Bench, but he re
mained in It low condition. hIh)
nlly heenta'wi in eotivtriHiInn ll.. .,
to aleep about 10 o'clock, but awoko ugaln,
hecame wor.e, and ut a quarter putt one
this morning died
Kiuin Hie San Kiancuuu Ilulleim I
Near thocontlnes of Fresho, Tuluro und
Inyo counties, In tho head wuters of tho
Kowoah, thorn exists u remnrkublo piece
of country. Tho Indians say it iitho abld-
ing piace ot thj Kvil Spirit. Tho coun
try is rugged and rocky mountains, with
ueop vaueysanu precipitous clitfs. Snakes
anu reptiles of every description abound in
u. ioiu iiumDors, and, taken In all, it is u
wild and most uninviting rnn,,n n,,i
aside from this a most curious phenomena
exists. Pho ground trembles and quakes
almost continuouslv. nml ii... ni,.,.,.i...
rocks grind and grit togotlior us if leim;
urged by some terrible Influence. Fre
quently deep dlscharifea Hrnl ..,,,in,i
and dull, llkoth distant sound of heavy
artillery. At night tho nouuds seem to
bu more abundant than In th
No Ind an can bo induced to venture near
i io locuiiiy, regarding it with supersli
nous uorror. o llicory is advanced hv an v
000 tO nCCOUnt for tho 6tranift nhnnmnon..
mentioned. "Vo also learned from 'Wil
liam Futnonvillo that above the bond of
urono vuiioy, in tins country, another
placo similar to tho one mentioned cxIbIs.
Forsons who huvo visited tho last place
named, descrlbo tho sound mentioned as
nice niuiucu tnunucr.
CQrl'hls is tho matter cf fact way
Vnnlteo correspondo.it looks at the
Queen's littlo court bronkfast In Buckiui;-
liiun J'lUnco l'nrlc: "On these oocuslous
tho (iueon walks about very smiling and
chlppor, with n white cap that looks liko u
French bonnet ovor her bend, und tho wid
ow's woeds nitnougu iignicncu by a suspic
ion hero and there of.whito luco or crupo,
I'ho brenktasts tako piaco in tno urtornoon
nt four aund a half, and tho ladles attend
In n costume gotton tip especially for tho
occasion. Thov cossln und chatter in
L'rouns on tho sward, while tho itontlomen
in uniform, and stars and garters, quiz
them in n highly nrietocnitic way, or ins
cuss nolltlcs in tho nrbors. Tho littlo l'rin
cess of Wulos, in partlclnr, is very lively
und iioimlar on those occasions, and bus u
sprightly air which neither tho well
kndwn "propriety" and haughtiness of
her royal iiiumma, nor tho Indifl'orenco of
her big lazy husband seem to huvo damp
A HEAnTY OLD COUri.E.
William Howltt writes to Dr. Holbrook
Ed tor of tho Jleara Id of Health, n long
nnd lulorostine account of his habits of
life nnd tho mannor In which ho nnd his
wiro got on through tho world. Tho fol
lowing nro ox tract:
Eighteen voara airo I mndn tliorlrriininav
igatlon of tho globe, going out to Australia
by tbo Capo of Good Hope, nnd returned
by Capo Horn. This, including two years
nf wnndorini? In tho woods and wilds of
Australia, oviddutly gave i now;, (kcoosiion;
of vital stamina to ray frame. It ls"'sla
that the cltmata of Australia makes young
men old, and old mca.ypung. l do not
bellevo tbo first part df-the proverb, but
am quite certain that mere is a great uoai
in the second part of it. During those
two years I chiefly lived In a tent, and
led a quiet, free and pleasant life in the
oncn forest and wild country, continually
. . . . . i. i. r
Sbltling our sccuc, ua no wvk. iuu
now encamping in some valley among the
mountains, now by some.ploaaant lako or
In this climnto I oad my littlo party on-
loyod, on tho wholo, excellent health,
thOllgn WO Olion waiauu ut nu.snu u.
days nnd weeks undor a sun frequently at
noon, reaching from euo hundred to one
hundred and fifty dogtoiiof Fahronholtl
waded through rivers breast high, because
thcro wero nohrldccs, and slept occasion
ally tinder tho forest trees. There, at
nearly sixty years of ngc, 1 dug -for gold
fur woek-ainffcthcr. and my little company
discovered a lino gold flold which continues
to this day. Those two year of bush life,
with othor Journoys on tbo Australian
Continent, nnd Tasmania, and the
Toyages out and back gave a world of new
vigor mat nas noon sorv.ngme over iincu.
Durinrr tho last summer In Switzerland,
Mr. Howilt and nivself. at tho respective
ages of slxty-oigbt and seventy-six, climb
ed mountains of from throe to flvo thous
end feet above tbo lovol of tho sea, and
dcccndcd tho samo day with mora oase
than many n youne porson of the modern
school could do.
As to our dally modo of hfo littlo need
bo said. Wo keep oarly hours, prefer to
dino at noon, are always employed in
books, or work, or healthful play:'1 have
no particular rules about oatlng and drink
ing, except the general one of having
implo and good food, nnd drinking lit
tlo wine. We have always been temper
anco people, but never pledged, being
averse to thraldom of any kind, taking,
both in food and drink, what teemed to
do us good. At home, wo drink for tho
most part, water, witu a glass 01 wine oc
casionally. On tho Continent, we tako
tno light wines 01 tno country wnere we
happen to bo, with water, bocauso they
suit us; if they did net, wo should eecbew
hem. In fact, our great rulo it to use
what proves salutary, without regard to
any theories, conceits, or speculations of
hygienic economy; nnd In our case, this
following of common sense has answered
axpesw joii.nsox in runte.
(From the New York Herald,
Arrangements, so savs tho Atlantic
Cable, are beinc made in Taris for tho
reception of Andrew Johnson. cx-Presi-
deut of tho United States. Andrew is ex
pected in Fans nt an earlv dav. "Whv
should it not be so? Andrew Johnson is
a distinguished American. In a trying
period of our national history he was a
prominent actor. On the future noire of
our national history he is bound to bo a
prominent figure. Wo do not wonder
that Americans in Paris are anxiouslv
awiting bis arrival. In spite of bis early
training Andrew 5s somewhat of a cour
tier. In gay tad cultivated Paris ho will
not bo from borne. His oorr. affable, rea
dout manner will win him friends and do
us no dishonor. In spite of 'my poliey"
wc rather like him, laid with blin a ctxsl
GKOt'KKIIS ABTD BKT COODft.
1'tiM n ur
NOTIONS, BOOTH AND SHOES,
HA7I! AJfU CAMS, ETC.,
IU Juit rK-elii a teary nty.k t,f Ifxita and
niiotn, ioiirna rvjwuut,
FOB SALE FOB CASH VEBV CHKAI
II abo l. a fine tlv.V of Family firixcriti ol
- H KlU'J,
C'MtNEB SIXTH-ST. A N I) COMMKK-ClAL-AV.,
CAIRO CITY COAL
In prepared Io xupnty eiialxiiieii veil I, (he bait
PITTSBUKO AND ILLINOIS
O'Vrv'pJ" Rt.ll.'i,"''ar "ro. clfloe, 70 OHIO
... 'l',hi:ur H'" !'al Vrd Mow tho tit.
Cliarlnii Hotel, veil nvnUx tircirnnt attenilr.n
NKW Ti'l'K l'OUNDIU'
ST. LOUIS BBANOH
or Tin ,
UOSTON TYl'K FOUNDHY,
Colt. CltKHTNUT AND SKCONI) STB.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Hook, nowapapor and job typo of every Jtyle,
iiiuiIh nt tho celebratoil Hard mill Touuliltlela
jx-riillar tn the llonion Type Foundry, brairule,
Icm.Ih. metal rurnlture. black nnd colored inka.
canes, atunda, composition sticks, premcn, roller
uoinpoalllon, ttalleya, ley bruihoH, mllering ma
chlnea, aper und euid cuttcra, etc., etc., kept
conataiilly mi hamt. Aildreia ordera
t.. . i ,. JAMKfl A. HI', JOHN, Manager,
fct. Iioula Ilrnnclior the Iloaton Typo KoiiiiJy.
HI. I.oula. Mo. " eij'
nOOKH. nainnhleia. brief., e.l.l,.,...
specily exooHlcl, In the Dullotln bgok. Job;
and newapaper biaUitiir eatabllshmenl. ' ' '
1 Vbjl "i ,
( IN STtLtSUST' I
AT.BAacLATa' xCO STOKI.
MOCKtNtr BlfaD FOOD
Att H6T Jroa1 mi' (imtct Tioctts
At Baholats' .
JJ B L M fc 0 L b'Q
GRAPE ( cATAwAiiJI VoiiAne ) PILLS
OR APE (catawiia S 5 I QRAFX J PILLS
LAI AWUA Lt-sl nRil'V
AMD Att or
FRK8II rttOU FIUST HANDS,
Alway Inatoclc lnUnr wpply, and for ail b
rExTKA FlXK COLOONK; ,
sWOB.HUIHK iiirORTKD EXTRACTiJ, '
rllAiK, TrtoTH ai Nail Bausmts;
rIXDIA RUUBKR NVRdXRY GooT.
i -. J
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grade is large atock and ta
rity, very cheap;
Pull Tjkx or Colors;
car ad ix oil;
Paint llruihea, Uaaeed Oil,
Vfbltewaah P Aiahe, Turptntln.
all a txin in naxsAaii geittriu
Xi 1 A L L ft I
Ohio Lxvxx, Cairo, III.,
oxusu raovmr mut."
. ( O. . WILLIAMSON,-
MTrfpeQlal aiUnllon giran to CoDiignments
and liuiruc yrderi.
I.ltarpool, Naw-York and , rhlladelpbla
cams cosrcr ,rii uarran srrs axpaamai
Koi Uarrying the, MaiU. .,(
FOH PASSAGE- TIQKETS 1
oa. rcaniii ixroiaiATioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.,
IW Broadway, tftw York, or to
11. Ho apt'. ' '
21C Waihlngton Artnua, Cairo, Illlnoii.
FOR HA-I.HSp'OR BALE,
FOR HALK.J rS'rlwUFOR BALE.,
Fare from ETvebpool,
Fare from Lovuonuxrry,
yFaro from, OlasooWj .
Faro from Quxkh'btoWm ' (
TO CAIRO, ; : : t : i : ;' V4'8.2 0
Barloid. Mot'lafA'cinj: AtanU I f I '
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
C-IIAH. UAYER C.,
KEEP conalantlj on hand. the Uat of lieet;
pork, mutton, veal, larnb. aaunxo. pudding
ui. Kreah whltu Urd U iuiy, quantity, corned
Ixief, etc, alwaya on hand.
Ordcra promptly flliod, and satisfaction warran-
llsilcber stud Dealer ia all Klutle Freaa
Coxme ixrTiixni Axnl'ofiAn Btsm.
CAtU'J, IIiLiINOlS, .,
I arauif VS? freati SiJaSaf rroi.Wi,.J? i8." J"'
I thaVvJZ'y mo" fr0'ntu PO""?.'"1'1
DEALERS IN TLOUR ;
a'. .- xoo. ivt .::
Aud A entiof
. ; l'--1 il
Ohl Hlr nud Uaaatilia
70 Ohio Leyee,
'v mo5?"' cah xx
, uuih , no. run. and v. a. Via.
JIRE, HULI CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
TIT SUE A 1ST C 23 1
AaaeU ...-........... J.M9.tOI 87
XORTH AMERICA, TA,
Altl.. J.TS3.000 00
HARTFORD, COB ST,
t S,MS,210 72
IXTKKNATIONAL, n. y-
Assets 7HC.917 O
Asaela m.....v.m........ ............ ....51S.C73 8S
Assets 115,27 it
AVUCUIC'AN CENTRAL, MO.,
CJOKlfXCTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Aasetl M :.......W.OiXi,000 00
TRAYXLXR'e, HARTFORD, LIFK ANU
Asseli .,..,........,......,.. l,.VJO,oaj w.
RAILWAY PA8SENQERS)' ArSURANCK
Assets .. .WO.000 01
Asia (a i G,KS08
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
f f It Oalb ve,
,'CHy Wetlonal Bank. CAIRO, ll.li.
FIRE AND MARINE
' XIAQARA, M, T.,
Am tl,tse,sie 26
' nam. . - .
uaaauu, Jl. T,
HAMOVXR, V, T.,
,,r'vf-r''""l"." Ti8,8C2 oo
( REPUBLIC, K. Y.,
A"S0' ,711,925 00
CoraprislDK the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKEIU), N, Y.
" .' 878.IM
""ers - va.m 23
FIREMEN'S TUND. 8. F.1.
Asieta,,.M. 678,000 00
BXCURITY, H. Y. MARINE,
S'SS.,?'l.IiTeiT,, Flt"re, nulls and Car.
oesi Injured ai ratal u fn,i,i .. ......
permaatnt sacurUy will warrant.
at1 iJfW" fk of ,b c'ens ofiOelre, a
share ol.UislrrooHf,, . ,yuAiiJiMm
Office-at First National li'snk
noORN, HAHBI, ETC I
. W. W. THORNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
IlA rPT5P A -K-T-T-, -r-
' J-l Vl i" Hh
Office on Tenth St.,
Ilrlnfru C'ouuiirrrlHl ma si u.a.i.si a
A OE.NTS lor Ibjek m... n...
f ui i. . . ..... - . ' wuiumi
it, W i '"d truant Cement,
and Improre.1 ItooBng always
trinn . m--.-....
-J jam uur j i . i i i ii
ol etery deacrlptlon,
LATlf. Mil I vnr.ru i.fn .
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Kurnished on shortest notice.
PnmmAMinl mh 1 . 1 1 nil. 1 . .t
........ t . i . luui UUU I 1 L 1 1 -
COAI. AJTU WOOD.
WOOD AND COA
.I pi. auk is prtjMtim to Uf liter the
U . 1-ire Wood and ntone Coal
IN ANY PART OF THE CITY,
1 Hi! In an ullanlll.. I 1 ...
POAT. MUT n't'Dt'h &t
nfLMPi- t it . a .
MRS. M. SWANDER,
JJliAljJiK IJN' MlLiLilKE
I.A III fS H I IW1I I l! Illlllll
I'l.iiTiiivii x?rii 1 inrooi
,Mado to order, or Ready.Made.
A full assortment of Misses' and Lad
Hats and lionncts of tho lntrt atvlea
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
niuiuii ninr.r.1, uc.ij.cri nanuiAU
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Has Just receired a full and splendid line
ft .. I'rlmnilniia tit- rrlsti-,d alttf nslAAfl n
PUIU IRArCSa SltWaB i I (It 111 I HftJ 1 tlUVRCI SJI4SSV
allt an. I wlvaS l.ai I r n at ! . I. ana IrlinmtnB
...... r.. "r""i r-T"" T7..V." .rr.
All of which .he propOAn to felt tt
.. ... I ,. rA l.u nM.l.onf li.il 1M. in PI
Addition to tne uty ot Cairo, yis ;
Lot 27 block W. l-oi -n diock ri,
" IS " JU, n - .
o vi, ,' 31 w.
XI hi. 11 32 " Hi.
. . .... nnn. In IAMIAM JOHNSON.
r' "i 'I "
wniix.il D1AI11 AND YVALilUA-.J
(Entrance on Hlxth-st)
F. 1. OaVa.
il. J. CUilw. L niMnlMM.irl nlllfl
.. -. -" i
e;. H . i ... i n i. '
OAKE8.CAUT ACO. I'roprletors.
Ulltin. In. LnPn.lAin.. ... nn n. ...
;ton and Commercial i
.. uuu iuininercia. avenues,
...ia t.uu.ii ims u.ifjn innrniiani 'nAv..iaiiiA
reruruisiiea anil rettn... . ' " . " .
muupicii icutnaieui nnu iiiaiiiture new. Hat.
ill utm "nU 41 ,W 0 AFFWET,
PfiM alVltf'r A T .1 WVfTV nnnnaimn
JOSEPH 1IAYL1SS, !. i : i i rilOrRIETOR,
Tue House is Newly FunNisml
And offers' to the public llratlass acto.mnodJ
"v hi icasuuauiv rales.