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8AVK TWBNTV PEIt CENT
nj buying jour
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KUILVITMll-: FACTORY,
CH
H-lil"K'i,nv-i Xvar Covin in lloutc,
cvino, Illinois
Vtttrr. Kichliotl llrnthoM ilnlro to Inform tho
eilirmn of Cairo Hint they aro manufacturing all
kind i of
PLAIK'AND FANCY FURNITURK
A nl lute now on list). I ami for pale, at
M'holcfuilo nml Ilrlnll,
til kiuJi, aul will continue (o keep nl tlieir
BAUS ROOMS, IS TIIF.IIt NKW 11UILDI.NO,
Kury dienptlon of cheap anil costly furniture,
menu
M.rrthl HMsteads,
WMatblo Topped nuresu, ,
M3id'WMp, VfaOittnndf.
-WnJroU-f.HnfuChkirc,
tuSoftt anil Matrftsaes,
Ja-Loungni.ete , tc,
WIik'Ii llicy will guarnnteii to soli
TWENTY VER OKNT. LOWER
Than they ran I tuingM from any other dealer In
the city. (live them h rail and mtlffy jour
s'. Jy2idtf
THE BULLETIN.
Friday Mon.vixa, Auoust 1, 1871
JOHN if. OIJKP.IA, Kihtoii am. lYBUrumi.
Titm hi the Daily lHurm,:
Siidtrrfjifion.
Unc week, ty carrier,
One year ly earner, in mhauoe
One month lit i.ih.I,
I Unr ii"'Wli-,. ......... .,
,.10 OO
.. 75
..ti us
.. 4 2i
. 8 00
.-ii nvmti
in jimt
-t;
1st cfttialiKiptrcJ Ale-rnnilcr county atvlof the city oj
Gun j tht only mormini ttailiinSvtficrn JUinbU ;
a Kku-airiiM journal ; tmau, out ;rM; our.
CO"! on all mlrjntt of interest to the jiiMic ;
mi a Inree awl iiirrraniui circulation, the IluUt.
fn wtKiSt th pal ronogt ol inUUigtnt rcnJeri ami
rnrcrpruiri oujmejf nirn.
TUE O0H.AH WKEKLY JltflXKTJN.
John II. Oturly i Co. niivo reduceil tho tub
terifUtn (,nc of tho WeeUly Cairo lliilletln to
One Mar j.ir iwjuti, making It tho clienpent pa
TtrpuUliheJ In Southern Illinois.
Fur President, 187:2,
JAMES K. DOOLITTLE,
OV WISCONSIN.
Suljtct to the deeuwn oj the national dem
ocratic convention.
The Ntw York Wotld on Heimlor Uoolitili.,1
"Hit record t.i ao consistent und utitar-
nishtd that it may be lihtntd to a utrnlyhi
line drawn acton a jiiiwh n fifdr" beam.
tttuuerted by the fiticliiatiny atmosphere
of American politics, throuyh the past
imenty years."
Faima iptuhJiv&nntorDouliittc.ilitlitrc'l at A
trvit.in Jw.x.l
"U'tiidHOtliy thcSoutliHACainilliin .rrju)!. .1 to
doty the pctple of l-'Uium ultit llicy liml rc-
w-it.i ttaui-i rtoum nnii 11111101.11 ptn iiounny
tt.diuiuirtf it thai poiver. Vhen tht (iui-tion
hrnnthe senate: Wlut ahall h dnrin 111th
ln.Tn ! tin- projilo of ltmm ' their. Mint
nin f irn tlivre wlio liiiteil : "t.'untl-eate their
Wepffljj inli(.thein nn'i." rhere w:in. Iiow
eer, nnuc ih.aday who would Imiio iiiihIm them
- 10 thtiMiwu l.ive. IS nt C.imilliH, whone
Itnhof a unglo lino lim iiiaili- lim ntmoini
ail "Smatom, let 114 malic them fetloH
ii, . ll".1 Jd loth power und glory ol
...J , .. 1 1,ow tl'"1 'l'1')' hao '"id Hunt, the
Miniottlie,, reUllion nud have renewal iheir
hoJi h.T- 10 U un,on HI"' ""' nK. wuU the
H ti'H I"''1" 'ur Mln K:ltii?n, and lliun
to l'miQranieliirv of the natinn."
Hon. ). w. Yoouii:kk will mhlro
people of LaubTlUo on Saturday
nlE"'i
ahi. hciiunz will bo in Chicago
next week. It h expected that he will
address his German fellow-citizens on
lUe (piestiouB of the day.
. 1'HIHIDENT Git ANT expects to vMt
-to winetitne m Septcinber. The
tllOft.V couveutlon "'tutB UU
n.,..V- l,Umo- Has the one
-'ltMllOAT. o.,i:.i. 7
J'1W... '"'l!'e-l
8t. Clair county, tl
a a possiuie canaidate. (Jov (V.b.
frst-lrgo. It will be seen that thr.
Rtgitttr endorses our candidate, It. JJ,
000411, Esq. As Mr. Goodell is a tit-
Will have to exercise his lmlUlcaUirat.. 1 1 , i lelt ll',0, u,"l'l"l
not be ogam atked to leave the peace. ' 'l't. to in vu1.9 of lh I'fou manu-
retirement of privato Hb, 0X
: IN .mothercoluum wo nubli.h an ,A. teWViV.to. .."S
';rial article Irom the Snriogfleld Rea. fMo Pfpon. A ludd'e? 'fej'ud H'vnlu.
' " f? EaPrd t8o the 2, f -ttou
of democrat e candMn. was hl ..ttn.,1.1,.. , ... .nu '.0V'l. What
. .? r i i
crnlion, bolii Ml fr?", a
Mr. Kclix It. Ilrunut, of rilUlmrjj,
i i .i.iwi n .i n.Mimuiinnnr rn i run-
. . . M 1 . If
nn niHilis In lIco of (lonornl l'urkcr.
1 1 r.4 reported mm ux-uovcrnor 1101-
iluti, of North Onroilnfl, lliegrcnt linpeucli
eil, U in )ui tlio cJllor n ml proprietor of
tlio new hiillcnl Juurnnl to bo published
I w.i.s t.t-1. i .,
ornl iimnoity, rixliictlon of ttixo, nnd op-
poio IJontwull theory or reduction or tlio
debt upon the ground Mint tlio rnrlld ymy-
mont of tlio dobt is too liurilomotile, und
Mint it should bo In part paid by tlio next
generation.
Harper' Weekly regrets U notico
Mint Gen. Grant Is not so ponulhr ns ho
wits, ml gives lis reasons tiiorofor:
"The quality of tlio president's friend
ship!, tlio intliiiiito influence which sur
round him, tlio itlicnntlon of somo inon of
ctilturo und liigli chnrnctcr from his conn.
sols, tlio nppointmcnt of cortain unworthy
officors, ltns passion for San Domingo,
what is called his depotlsm, Ignoranco,
indlffercnco to real reform and progress
and political purification. "
Tho Jackson Clarion says that tho
carpetbag Legislature of Jllssilsslppl
among ita scandalous jobs, passed an act
authorizing tlio publication, In pamphlet
form of n list of lands In tho several
counttcs forfeited to tho Slato, for taxes-
This list had already been published in
tho official journal, and its republication
wus useless. Tho pamphlet contained sis
hundred pages and cost thq Slato
$28,000. In addition to this a supplemen
tal bill for upward of $18,000 was presen
ted for tho samojob as "Appendix, to tho
IIouso Journal," tho sarao typo boing
for Mils work as tho other. Tho first
charge alono afforded tho printing ring
a clear steal of over 525,000. ' '
PERSONAL,
Tho wifo nnddaughtors of Mayor .Hall
sailed for Europo Satnrday.
Mrs. Shoridan and party nro expec
ted at Long Branch next wool;.
Mrs. Mc Dormott, a pror washerwo
man of Sacramonto, won $10,000 in tho
recent lottery.
Mr. Jay Oooko has a charming sum
mer resort at i'ut-in-Uay, Jbako irie,
whero lio has shut up a dozon clergymen
to onjoy Mioir vacation.
Goodrich, tho famous skater, roturnod
from a long European tour roccntly. Ho
was highly successful, and astonished tho
natives by his woundorful performances
on tho ico und on parlor shatos.
Tho world for somo limo has lost
sight of Anna Dickinson. Sho "still
lives, " howovor, nnd is laying up her
wrath against tho coming of next lecturo
season, at Light-Houso Cottage, Atlantic
City.
D. G. Croly, managing editor of tho
World, says : "My wifu is tho nblest
assistant I ever had in journalism." Mrs.
Hubert Carter, wifo of tho editor of
Applcton'a Journal, U a lacil and grace
ful writor, whoso pen renders invaluable
assistance to her husband.
Mrs. Bloomer, tho orginalor of the
co.Uumo for women which stills bears her
name, and ono of the pioneer?, if not tho
pioneer, in the woman's rights movenont,
i(nows"idto bo living miiutlv, without
cither sociul or political niiibitiori. in a
rising Kansas town, engaged in attending
to a lurgo family and a nourishing farm.
AVcston, tho pedestrian is trying to
negotiate an engagement to walk on tho
St. Jouls Fairgrounds during Fair wock.
Ho has formed a similar ciiKiiuoincnt In
Louisville, whero he will perform the feat
of walking live miles in miu hour, one
miio of which will bo tnudo in ten min
ute, and onu half 111II0 backward tho en
liru fivo miles to bo arcomplishrd within
tmu hour.
TIIKQUKK.N ItKIJUIWrKIl TO AMIUCATi:,
In tlio following indirect fashion tho
J'all .litfi llazette invites tho good (Jucen
viiitoriu to muKo w.iy lur younger blood :
Her imijuty's hvalih Is "understood to
require tliesu Innppiirtiiiii' visits to llalmo
ral, and the netuiil litijinciis of royalty cnn
bo tlonu by no onu but herself. Hut tho
soeial duties of her ttaliiiii could ho equal
ly well purfurmud by tint I'rinco and l'rin-ci-.s
of Wales. At" a I'lituro dav thoy
must htiei'iiud to that place in poci'il and
public life which the queen has vacated,
nnd there Is no reason why hor mtijosty
lioulil not enjoin them to tnko that pluco
at once. Thu fuuet'ons of the crown as
the visible head of thu nutlun may bo
transferred to thu heir without any pro
cess of abdication. 'JIo should bo'requir
oil to livo at Buckingham palace, bo sur
rounded with tliosnifio statu und uxurclsing
tho samu hospllalitles us tho queen liursull.
All tno extornai pomp oy which royalty
'Jffi
ot Wale?, as rogard tho renrescntativo
and public ildu of thlni'. would bo virtu
niiv sovereign. Tiioro would no no udiiitio.
nal outlay ncedod on tho part of tho na
tioii, for the proportion of hor mujosty's
incomo which would bo spent at Uucklti"-
nuiii paiace it snu wero hcrsuit abiulo l; cop
nur court, it.ero wouiu no appucatno to
tho wiinu ptirnoio whon bur conrt wns
kept there for hor by tho prince of Wales
1 he subject Is ono which it h tlio duty cf
1110 cabinet to bring boforo tho nttcntion
ui mo sovcru L'ns. Jt cuneums it vnrv
nearly concerns-tho Intorcsts of her
crown anil dii.nttv It .mmni i,n.i,,i,.
1 V ," cr ''""'"ers placed it boforo
her in thir, its truu aspect! her majesty
MOUld wllllntllv Lcemli, in ii ..i.,n.llX n
rnn.iiii.l.U I.. I... . -he,v..w.. w
. J-.V....U.U ... ,v,uu utm so jiorloctly easy
of oxecution. ' '
Tho following story Is told of tho s'iego
oi inns: A professor ofmus'n. wlm
obliged to abandon his houso. in tho hnr.
d.V uej'Kriuro lelt the
complete, but completed tin,.,.. 01 ,0,ll
brought t'o a hup , Jfcftft Hlon
un.lii.r-l,I,.r . ii.'
11.. . - V -...v. ui hliu
1 woiity-second
niiv regiuictil,"
hcn of SprinuficM "", 'V,B l" V.
THE CAIROpAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY
COOPELL.
OUIl CANO'IIVTB KOItC0.VOUKSSMAN AT
LA 11(1 K.
jl'romlba Illinois fctilo lleglstcr.
' As vet no dcclslvo movemont has been
inndo todcslttnato tho iiconlo's eholco of
n democratic canutualo lor congress at
larirc. cicelit in favor of our nutnanind citi
zen Itoswoll E. Goodoll, esq. It Is particular-gratifying
to us to notico that a citi
zen of Snrlnirllold. admlrod for his -fnAnr
qualities and rcspodtod for his ability, is
so gcnorany acknowicugo to bo the rigni
man. It is.ospoclally n mattor of cdncratu-
lation Mint tho brosi. which elves tono to
public opinion and reflects publia senti
ment, tins spoken In deserved terms of
iruito oi mm goniicman. Ho Is execcuing
y popular throughout tho state, knd wo
know of no ono who can command n lar
ger voto throughout tho contral arid nor
thern portions of Illinois, whllo In tho
south, ho can carry tho ontiro party voto,
wiiu iiiriru accessions irom mo conserva-
Mves.
Mr. Goodoll has uncommon! v coob busi
ness qualities. Ho Is thorughly ucqualntod
with tho situation of public man, nnd
is well skilled in tho important topics
which will constituto tho leadioc Issues of
subsoquant contents. Ho has mado freo
trado a study, nnd is practically conver
sant with Its cognato themes, Ho Is a livo
man, brim full of onorgy, an incessant
workor. and. If nominated, will mako a
lively, resolute, nnd, wo bollovc, n success
ful canvass. Ho has that raro faculty of
attracting nnd attaching pooplo to his
viows and person, possessed bv few. and
which is an augury to success. Wo nocd
not stato that ho Is an ingrained democrat;
whilo ho maintains tho soundness of his
own opinions, ho is tolorant of tho viows
of others, and concedes that divcrsa opin
ions may bo honestly ontortainod. with
out claiming to bo a professional "tnlkist,"
few men excel him in domonstratinc tho
justness of his convictions.
As proot or porsonal popularity, tho
fact may bo montioned that Mr. Goodoll
was, with ono or two exceptions, unani
mously endorsed bv both republican and
domporatic senators, forcnnnl commission
er Ills business engagements at tho timo
prevented his seeking tho position;- nnd
during his temporary nbsenco fropi tho
country, another was chosen, uo is, in
no sense, a mcro politician; nas novcr
asked political ofllco. and is outside of nil
tho "rings" nnd "cabala'1 that liavo made
politics oiicnsivc.
Wo give in another column tho viows
of the newspapor press on his election as
standard bcaror. His nomination will
scatter tho radical factions llko frost bo-
foro tho sun, nnd cement the union of tho
democratic nnd consorvativo clemonts.
From tho tono of tho press, wo conclude
mat im selection is nearly an accomplish
ed fact. Whoovor may lead tho radical
column, may depend upon havlnc nn hon
orable, gonerous, yet rcsoluto and energet
ic opponent.
Wo should slato that this matured sen
timent In favor of our popular follow citi-
zons is spontaneous. Having had no as
pirations for political ofllco, his namo in
tho present instanco has bocn suggested.
not on account of his claims, norbecauso of
his wish, but becauso or tno bolior that no
will ably fill tho ofilcn and amply porform
Us duties. It will bo no mortification to
him if another is solcctod, so long as sueh
choico fulls upon ono who can lead to vic
tory. Dut if ho bo nominated, tho peoplo
may rest assured that tho canvass will bo
thorough and exhaust! vo; and its issuc so
rar ns human provision can piarco tho ru
ture, entirely favorable Wo tako it that
Mr. G. will not stand in tho way of any
moro nvallablo democratic candidate, ns
no is not a piacc-scekcr, uut a true ana
faithful democrat, always doslring tho
success of tho party nbovo all personal
consideration.
TO SAN FltANCISCO AND THE PACI
FIC. AK IMPORTANT KNOINEKIII.VO KXCURSIOK
TO EXTEND A HT. LOUIS KAILIIOAS
ACROSS TIIK CONTINENT.
(From tho tit Louis Drm.)
A parly of excursionists, headed by
Oliiof Engineer lillckondorfer, of the At
lantic and Pacific Railroad, with .propor
accoutrements and paraphernalia nro
about to enter and travol across tho plains
lying between Indian Torritory nnd tho
lower portion of .California, through which
that road will, in tho courso of timo, soon
stretch its' tracks und dispatch Its engines,
to the peaceful uhores of tho Pacific coast.
Tho object of tho lonely journoy is to ex-
ammo tho lino ol tuo road, with a view oi
determining tho engineering features and
difficulties to bo surmounted, and making
tho proper preparations to grnpojo with
und binding In its iron gr-isp tho linuionso
opuntry to tho west of us. Tho party de
scending along tho lino of tho Atlantic
aud Pacific road, will start from its tor
tninus, and crossing tho Arkunsas river,
tho Canadian and ltio Orando nt Albuqoo
quo, pass through Now Mexico Arizona and
Colorado river, und wind up in tho vicini
ty of Fort .Mohave, from whonco thoy
will ascend tho Pucilio slono to San Fran
cisco describing in fact from thoir star
tine: point ut St. Louis, a somUcirclo across
the continent noarlv -000 miles in length.
Tho Journey Swill occupy nearly throo
months. Tho party, with their wagon
stores, supplies, hortes, etc, will bo protoa!
ted by a military escort sont by Major
(cnerul Popo to protect them from the
Kin was, Apuchcf, Comunchcs and other
tribes infesting thu intervening country,
winch is supposed for thu must part to bu
a rich, arablu plain.
Another party, unuor command ol
Captain J, H. blrnnugb will start about
thu sauia time, and survoy thu unu or rout
to tho Canadian rivor, Indian Torltory,
a distance or about onu hundred nnd tit ty
milos from tho present tcrmlnous of tho
road. In tho latter party, and attached to
it in tho capacity ol lovclor, is Mr. John
Judson, brother of Governor llrown's
private socrotary.
CARRVINO CONCKAtEU WEArONS.
(From thu Macon, (Ga.) Telegraph.J
Tho papers stato that Gov. Senior of
Tennesseoo has deolarod that ho will not
pardon any person convicted of carrying
or using concealed woapons. This deter
minution, we minx, is uistiuou ly tno sit'
nation. Sincotho termination of tho war
the practico of earryine a concealed nr
mory oi ueiiuiv weapons about tno person
has been quito too genoral, and has been
fruitful of mischief. Among tho negroes
particularly, it hus been very mlschlovous.
Tho nmbition to own and "toto" pistols.
has been almost universal, and, as n conse
quence, quarrels very often take tho shopo
oi muruorous niiruys.
A HAD BELL.
(From the lndlanapolii Journal 1
A bud sell has bocn perpetrated upon
somo gushing and amorous gentleman of
now ior cuy. jv writer in tno .var
says that ho recently published tho follow'
ing advertisement In tho Herald;
"A young lady of good family desires
Mm acquaintance of a young gentleman
of uood ttandihe; and somo personal attrac
tions, witli a vio w ultimate to murriage. Sho
nusagood niarriago portion in nor own
right, tho jealousy oi an ever waicnru
Kiiardinn is tho cutiso of this step. Ad
drew, M. ., box, post olllco."
Ono Uuuurod aud aavuntv-llvo iruv nnd
festive goutloinon answered tho advortiso-
mont, ana letters wuro wrlton to forty o
them to meet "M. 1" In thu City Hall
Park, in front of tho ltuclitar'i OtlI(f at
kl o'clock i( m. , oncki goiitltiinuu to t.roMjnt
lil n ton If wit li it flnwnr In tin. I.Mii,. , 1...1.
1 of his coat. At tho appolntud tiinu thoru
was a gathering 01 tnu victims, each atti
I od In his bent nnd wearing tho flowor.
" I'urjiuirnior 01 tno Joko watencu 1110
expectant crowd for somo minutes from a
neighboring window, and finally sent a
small boy out, bearing a placard announc-
, B thtt.''M' iv' coul(1 no cmo tbBt
""y -no crowd "ranlsed Hko tho base
less fabric of a vision nnd loft not n wreck
behind." Tho porsonnl ndvorllsements
of tho licrald nro not studied now with ns
much Interest ns they formerly wero.
UBUCBHIEM AND BUY GOODS.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
DtlLtl IK ,'
FAMILf GIOCEftlES,
DBY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AifD CAWVkTC1.,
Bu luit rtclvJ lieaty ttock of Bools sad
Hhoci, Hosiery nd Notlone,
FOR SALE FOR OASn VERY CHEAP
He alio has a fine stock of Fumlly Orocerlei ol
eterjklnd.
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
OIAIA.V., CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OOAI.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPANY.
Is prepare! to up1jr ciuK.nifn hIIIi the bit
quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
"VRDKR9 Uflat Usllidar Bros. offl. TO OHIO
j iibv en, or i ine uou icru ueiow n a.
unaririi Hotel, win roeetre prompt attention.
TI1KTUQ "MONTAUK'' willl'inecoal alons
aide steamers at any hour. oetut
TTPK rOVKDUY.
NEW TYPE FOUNDRY
PRINTER'S WAREHOUSE
ST. LOUIS BRANCH
BOSTON TYPE FOUNDRY,
' Cor. Chestnut and Second Sth,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Hook, ni'Kipaper and Job type of otcry tjlc,
made of tho celelirixtivt Hnnl and TouhIi Metal
necnliar to the llodlon Tvie 1'oiindrr. hnni rule.
lewis, metal furniture, black nnd colored inks,
cases, utandtf, composition stick, preHiea, roller
cotniiOBitlon. callcvs, lev hruMies, mlterinr ma
chines, paper nnd card cttttcru, etc., etc., kept
constanuy onnanu. Auuresi uniern
JAMKS A.8T. JOHN.MKnaeor.
fit. Louis Brunch of thu Honton Tpo Koundjr,
nt. ixiins, .no. je-uuim
niS. M. SYYANDER,
DEALER IN JMILLINERY
AND
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
C'ominerrJal Avenue, oppoalle F.lllo
and Ilnytliorn'H
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Mado to order, or IteaJr-Made.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladled
Hats and lionneU of tho latest styles.
LADIES', TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGrEE,
EKHITIt HTREET, 11KTWEEN WASHINOTON
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUES,
Has Juet received a full and splendid lino of
NEW GOODS
Dress trlmtnlnaa. silk simps, silk saloon, gui
pure, laces, mo trlinmlnKs, crocket buttonn,
nl 1 K nnu velvet Luiionn. piuin anu iriuuniun n-
VA, l.oB I.n..n&tii Ann lrl.1 irlnwOB tiHfft' And
childrena'ahoei, ntui'a full anucouiplote atock ol
MUlinory and Fancy Goods,
All of which iho propones to sell at
THE VERT LOWEST CASH VRICES.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WHITE LEAD, ZINC, OILS
WINDOW GLABS and PUTTY ,
1IHU81IE8,
WALL PAlEIl,WINDOW SHADES
1)6 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Iii.linoih.
PHYNICIANtV
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
It; tween Washington arenua and Walnut ntret.
Otlice im wjmnierciai aTeniiH, up (talr.
A.WADGYMAR, M.D.,
P'.IVSiCIAN. Kuriteon und Ae-oulieiir, formerly
of Anna, Union eounty, IlllnuU.'lias per
iimnenllv located In Culm, lllllf i'.in,..f.,i.l
iivciiku, oeiwcen i.iiith nnd Ninth ttreoti West
aide. marly
l'HINTINO.
11I1l0f ATIO work Drinlinir in manT and
J ami varied colors at one ItnpreMlon, on the
celebrated chromatic prem done at tho Bulletin
job prtntlnK ottlee. Thin U tbo moat remarkable
tlteni, AVer Inv.nll... It tinrfnrmif In one day
tho work. In enin-ii nnntlui. of ten ordinary
propeii, thereby reduofngtho coal of that Chirac-
k wnrn iur nery owi rae.
AUGUST 4, 1871.
iKa.:
BARCLAY BROS.,
OHIO IiEVKE,
Oauo, UuJ
TD.tt uo-o-ists;
SARATOGA SPRINGS f
- 'w itu, ssuiti oi iil.' I
AT DiMUVs'DktibjjlftJiit;
ttuk'fivirvtljtiiii " r I
0
MOCKING BIRD 'POOD
ah aiAur roa fin viraorf raovtti '
At Barclats'.
B b M B O D 'Q
GRAPE f CATAWBA ) OR ATE ) PILLS
CATAWBA 4. n QHArX
GRAPE 1 CATAWBA ) i I ORAfE S PILLS
a(d Ait. or , ; ; 1
HEbMBOLD'l MEBIOIMKN
rRKRU rsou first hands,
Always In stock In large supply, and fur sal b
Barclay Bros.
IUST IlIOIITKD1
Frl(alkjrtkGlaa,Bttl rOall
AT BARCLAYS'. ' '
sWObnuink Importid Extracti ;
Hair, Tooth and Nail Bhusnxa;
i?India Rubber Nubhkrt Goof
AT '
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Itcat gTa.Ua' la targ stock and ra'
rlety, very cheap ; 1
auo:
Full Link or Colors,
uar axd in oil ; '
Paint Brushes. Llaseed Oil,
WhUawaahl'aabea, Torpentlna,
Varnishes Ete. etc.,
ALL KIXDS Alin ITAXDASD QVAUTIU
At Barclats1.
BOAT HTOKEM.
SAM WILSON,
D K A L 1 R IN
oroceries,
PRo,yiiiibf nb,1
e i'c.,
No. 110
. 'I ''I
Ohio Lkvee,
Cairo, III.
oantas raoMmir riuko)
O. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GROCER,
PRODUCE AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT, .
W. 7 OteU Ive.
CAIRO, I LLINOI8.
MraDeclal aiiontlon rlien lo' Conilsmtneals
ana numg oraert.
IXMIdRAMT TICKETM.
INMAN LINE.
Livnrpool, Now-York and Philadelphia
Steamship Company,'
CKDIa CONTRACT WrtB CNttall STATU Alp aalllf 8
OOVKaNMKVTS
For Carrying the Mails.
, FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oi rcaTBiB ktobmatioi
Apply to' jouis o. dale, aot.,
' lWDroiulway.NeWjVork.orto 1
II. Il at t 7 x
ZMl Waahin(to Avenue,, Ceira, Illinois. ,
IMMIGRANT c 'TICKET .u
FOR SALEWjftilerFOR SALE; '
FOR BALE:) ylifMl FOR SALE1.
Faro from Xtv'JEfcrooL, '
' Faro from IiONd'cndxrut,
Faro from GLAuoowy ,
Faro from Qusenrtowk '
TO CAIRO, ; 5. j ;i : : $48.0
1 . r 1 -
Baffdfd. Morrla A'Candoe. Atenln. .'
XI'
fl.
THE PIJOPL'E'S M'EAT MARKET
CIIAS. OATER CO.,
Pforat., f .
1. ' o jv ,' -i;t:
KEEP, conataotty on hand the best of beel
pork, niutlon. Teal, lamb, aeuaaae. nuddlnir
etc. Fresh white lard In auy quantity, coned
beef. eta., olwarn on hand.
Orders oroninllv Allod. and aatlifaation warru
idu. leoiu
' JAMES KYNASTON,
ButcUer itaU Denier tn nil Ulada JKreaSi
Meat,
j wais fiixiTHHTit and ymfiuff
"' ' CAIEO. ILLINOIS. Ol'1 OTWJ
T-ktlYH n,l .l.Dl,t.r. nnl Ihn urt lli't 'eat il
I I hoira kn,l uIiaaii. kml Im nrn&rd to All ftliy
deuand for freuli meats from one pound i9f
tuuusaua pouuu. v.v.i
OENEIIAIi AOKNTH.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS, ()
FORWARDINQ'AND COMMISSION
.A'M)( Hli
1 1 ; amj u. .1
1' 1 'I ' v;-f i l ii.i Mi
I MRRCHANTN,
; '.' ' i .''(. t
! , t f : v . ! , 'it
AMU
'(.' , I . ' , I . (
.!'. .'' i..'l
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
.It ' ..l . , II Hi .1'! l
' '.1 "i TV AY. ' '
M.YMy
And A tnt of
i'p .-in . !(( fi ,1 n i)
.XI- .!;i .'
Ulli ft. (A. I ' i
- illll J.': 1 -. il"
;j; sjhl Uttrr MmdUummhn
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. i ' : 1 1 - , 1 ' ' ,
SALT.OOMPANIESi
f .
70 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
IHsTORAKCB.
w. n. tiouur. u. n. caxuke
oUry Public, No. Pub. and U. H. CtD
FIRE, UULIi, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
. 1: -j :.
JtT.VA, HARTFORD,
Aaseta ;...: ;,'A3,!M 07
1
' VORTU AMERICA, FA.,
Assets.- .: ...; iro.iww
HARTFORD, COSK,
IHl4T..i ....2,,U,210 72
rnatNix, hartford,
Assets.. 1,791,148 8C
INTERNATIONAL, N.
Assets 1,353,398 17
rUTMAM, HARTFORD,
AiaeU...i. - ...A...... 7fC,0)7 Ot-
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Alis t - .,SIft,C73
IIOUE, COLUMDUB,
Assets,
..615.27 '
AUKRICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asseta m JOP.OiwOi
. CONXECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
AlietS ....SD.000,000 W
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,' '
Asseta-.-. ..-.-,...;.....j ....1,W0,(XW OL
RAIL WAT rABSEKOERB' ASHURA.VCK
CO- HARTFORD,
Axiets.....'.. , ifW.OOO 0
INDEPENDENT, D08TON,
Aasets : : : C30,8CJCS
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
s . .. .
l""P fii . str.
t ' City national Bank. CAIRO. ILU.
j TIRE AND MARINE
X 3ST S TJ A. IT O B
1.1. 1 .itu. 1 . ',
COMPANIFJSt
8A i . ' ) j V
f ' NIAGARA, N. T.,
Assats $1,430,216 2
" " QERMANIA, K. Y.,
Assets ..1,0C,7I1 78
' HANOVER, Jf. Y.,
Aasets -..i .......i....,..7I6,82 00
XEFUDLIC, . ,Y.,
Assets ,.MM.,.....'.i.... .7l,9i4 00
CoraprlslDK the UoderwriUra' Ageuoy.
YONKEM, W. Y.,
Asset , A....WMW
'ft ALBANY CITY,
A..et.'....U.:.: : :
, jrjEEMEN'fl FOND, B. F.,
78,000 00
AHetK l,i.r.M..,.M...,.,'
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
AM.U.ta ....I,i32,8,9 00
1 f I. . -i. ,1! dlU'I r
STORK, DwalUng". Furniture, Hulla and Oar.
soea, laaurfJ (3 raiee M faTurablo at ottna,
permanent security win warrant,
I reapeeuolly ask'of the eltlieas of Csirp,
hK'rrh,,rpa,r0nMe,C.1.HOIIiai,
UWce-at First Natlona! B ink
OOORN, NANII, F.TCt
VMM
1 1 mw 1
W. W. THORNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
N1I1N4JI.RM,
Office on Tenth St.,
. r. . . .. .......M..V.M. nun r. Mil I II K
Avrnura,
II. W. John's Improred Jtooflnx tlwtyi
S. WALTERS,
DCALUtll
lliVUJJAND BU1T ajUJMU
ol eTery description,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Steamboat Lumbe
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commercial. av. bet. lflth anil 11th.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
COAJL AXD WOOD.
.""mTward"""
WOOD AND COA
MERCHANT.
I . Kim Wood end Htnne C.a
IS ANY l'AUT OY TIIK CITV,
Ana in unjr qaanut ucRiruu, on inon noi:
WiisU X iiii L AAIAAV Al A S
111. b l't, 1 iriF nasirwirr. iirin m in r
noTrxN.
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
CORNER SIXTn and WALNTJT-
(Entranco on Hixth-st.,)
P. J. ii.w, "
H. CCady, CINCINNATI, OH
K. 11. Lodwtck, J
OAKGS, CAUT A CO. Proprietors.
CENTRAL HOUSE.
Fnttoffice.onHUth 81
ton and Commercial 1
CAIRO, ILLS.
This house has been thoroughly oTer-hai
refurnished and renovated, nnd t now one
and well Tentllated, and fuahltura new. II
kept night and day, usrr.vr.i,
leldlf Proprletre
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
VVt.l.VI..I. - . - w-,
CAIRO. ILLS.
aosErn dayliss, : : : : . pkopkieto
The IIoubk is Newly Fubnisi
And offers to the public first-elan actomtn
lions fti reuioiuwiu taii-b.
CENTRAL HOUS
VUU Kldtre. IUiaola.
TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor,
t aria nf the heat and flheirt aalooni In (he v
tv aid is BUDiilied with tho best wines, HQ
promUlnK 'o treat them tils patrons well an
Tn Villa Illdgo. . Jy2
alto aiiviii suw mwoi SM tu iiiut' n iiivh
PBINTINQ.
Havlog recently addoJ all
tho fonts of tho latest styles
of card and circular typo ;
to our already, full and ,
complete astoriment, we
tuko pleasure in nnnonnc-
Inir to our roadera that we 1
do all kinds of Job work,
such as !
Bill Heads,
Letter Heads,
BUtementa, '
Blanks,
Checks,
Cards
EnTolope.s
Circulars,
Dodgers,
POste
I
In the most artlstlo style,
and guarantee satisfaction,
FOB HALE 1
Th. Illlnnia CantrAl Itall Road Comuanv
otforfor sale tho following dcrlbed lots tn i
Addition to me uityoi uairo, tic:
LoC 17 block 20. Lot 24 block 82,
18 20, " 27 Bi,
. 6 ' 82 " 2 " 82.
! 0 ' t2, f 31 82,
.1 01 II HI II ill It Ri
For terms, etc., apply io JAMES JOHNSON,
e28dtf Ae
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
T)ESIDENOE-cornerNinth anr Walnut (i
ninin.wnrnnr fill III alrnnl " Kli.-
OtBse hours from 0 sun, to '

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