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THE 'CAIRO DAILY .'BULLETIN, FRIDAY AUGUST 18, 1871.
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T SMYTH A CO. sell exetu'lvtly for ch,lo
wnion tt tney invite tne e?pccii att-n
lion f dote bargain buyers.
Special attention given io Filling Order.
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TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY IllTLLETIX.
Jcv.i H. Obily A Co. nae tHucuiJ the mil
orfjt3apnr nf ih Wrrklj Cairo lluilni In
rt pr'miM. m iking it thf rhi .ifxt ,
r-r msouthrn itlmom.
For President, 1S72,
JAMES K. DOOLTTTLE,
Sdbitet ta the tteasum nf thr mtton.it Jem
Ttii New York Worlirfn rinor Voo'.Mle.
"Ifis record i to eon-niitnt and untar
nuked thtt it nay li UAeiit to a ttraight
hne driicn aertii a puztle i clear Seam,
unrwerted by the fluctuating atmosphere
of American polUict, through the past
f""ni itt Swi!3f j'irU. iditirtl at tu
tut, in JS.J
"Ltori tiy th3on(hOimirhi ,rr.oed to
dotjtr.e ptQf.lt bi Laimro fter Utu) i,h r
tKlle 1 ,ii"t Rome ami i I im i.at itun bj
thrm ot that fmr. Wli., tli ooeKion
r(H in tli rnit-. -IVInt hi'l bp .lour. w,(f,
Lt urn an4 tht jwj.Ia m f,nm thfrnufro
seme tita there ho bout .1 ' onfix-Htu tlu-ir
ptcjrty , mke them dlare. There una, ho
tier, nine that uajr wb' w.iu'.t ht iiiii Ih them
Se to thiro laf. llm l.hhiIIh.,
(eecho( a iingle tine tm mu tn bit, na-neini-mortal,
Kiid' "hentotn, list u maK Un in fellow.
i"icn, ari'l thUI ell totlin.oirnti.lulnty o
II :ae'"' I.et u, now that .Ui) IhvI iIuhd tlie
arn of theit tt:llliiin u I lite nut-axj llieir
alieienee to the union mil tlm flu;, miltu the
t-i iithern ool our fr 1-iM v"x,ii. Mn, tm
ta thcfoirernn J-Ijr( ..f iJi" bji.-n.'
OoLEsnv is suspected of attempting
to play Palmorism on his party of re
fusing to accept so that he may obtain
Senator Logan's old conrcisional
shoe? That Honorable Itichard would
be guilty of so small a game nobody
butthofc who know him best would be
lievi' The Cincinnati Cnmmirnul
mai nearly all the IrUh rotmhlirn,.
' voters of Kew-YorV uve federal office,
'holders No 'iermmi. American eiti
'zen there has received ntiy federal of-
t.ce ot any coutctiueuce, although the
ucrraan-Amcricans constitute a pow.
'erful element of tho party of the city."
Qleen Victoria h seriously ill, ami
the journals of both couf incuts" arc di.
cubing the question : "After Victoria
what'" The rjueeii has been on the
turone thirtj.four year-, and has been
rc ornamental tlian useful. Sho has
feci, ruled by her mister, and has
MU ,c,!,ure to a tcood wife and ex
Okant iuhl8''cotta7el)y ,l,0 ,ea ..
was asked a fu ,Vhat
would you kvUim, if j; .,,
hnahad not utuficd rfpulVicau nZ
patious." Ho replied. "Ihaveth. "
cr, under the ku-klux bill, to have
inauo uer. J uu au,wer juatilio.s all
tho denunciation, which democrat
have heaped upon the ku-klux bill, and
all the suspicion which republicans
like Sehurz and TrumMo havo caH
upon the president, it vra8 tlio ausivJr
of a despot.
IlOILra cxplosiouh ate to bo prolan,
itcd by Congress. A dlstlngulnhcd
member of the radical party i prcpar
Jng a bill in which llio oxj)lo.ion of n
boiler is made a I'Oiinl offcii'C. The
ntlornov-cencr.il h.-is decided that, in
nstnuch as n grout necessity exists for
the enactment of such lis donsti
tutionulitv cannot be questioned, and
Mr. Morion has informed the president
that llio enactment of (ho law is nbso
iiiely demanded by (lie exigencies of
the radical piny, "en. JHitler lias tie-
clartd that no holler will dare to ex-
toil.- if cnnirus enacts that it fli.ill
not, and that 'llio safety of the republic
etnainlx that tho president should Le au
thorized to order troops to any part of
the country in which lie lia reason to
xpeel an explosion may occur.
THE Majwac .fottrnnl very properly
coinplaiiH that the Fair Association ol
Massac county s-ent tliu preuiiuin usi oj
the pcud'niK fair to I'aducah to be
printed. The .lom-wd believes that
home printing oflices should bo patron
ized in preference to lorcign unices.
This is true ; but the Jourmil, young
in years, will learn from experience
thaMhc business men, and public of
ficers of most of (he counties of Egypt.
prefer (until they have been educated
by expostulation and ptnistont coaxing)
a bad job of printing done abroad to
a good job done at home. Human na
ture, you bee. my boy, lor has it not
icon said that a prophet is not without
houor save in his ovn country. A Jc.nl
beat fellow, on the make, can conic into
Cairo or go lo Metropolis, and canvass
for letter heads, with aJvcrtising cards
on the back, anJ obtain very readily
from SI 12 to Sl'i a thoit'anJ, when no
printer in cither town could obtain or
ders for the tame job, done move skill
fully, at SO to S3 a thousaud. Now,
this is all wroti". Nothing contributes
more to the prosperity of a town than
an ably conducted newspaper, and no
man should bo supported more liberally
than the printer. In this county, most
of the business men have broken them
selves- of the old habit of patronizing
foreign ofliccs ; but we could only in
duce them to do mj by working aa well
and as cheaply as St. Louis, Chicago
and New-York. So far as the county is
concerned, we guccceded in breaking the
Culver, Pago k Iloync spell, by doing
work more skillfully than they at a
much lower figure. This is the only
way any printer can succeed in South
ern IHinoi. He must proci'rc the fa
cilities to do work as well as the most
killful printers and then w ork at lower
price.-. This plan will win in the long
run. and finally even overcome the
prejudice-! that busincrs men and oflice
holders havo against "home printiu
In the Army unit A'try Journal,
Augut l'2th, we not'tco tho followin
comments about the ' Wo.-tfield : "
The killing and wounding of two hun
dred men, women and children, bv tlm vx
plosion of the boiler of the ' AVejlilold,' a
Sisten JsUnd ferrv-tioat. uit m it was
leavuiL in slip crowded with Sunday ex-
curiionisti, ii leading to :i vary thorough
inrettigation into tne cuiMr ot jucn d'li
aiten. Vnrloui theorloj htv prntii by
different cnirineers, .Mr. Xurinin AS'inrll
appeirlnr union? othort with hit llicorv
of unequal cxpansi in, u iu'cli liu preen tcf
with considerKblo forci, thuiili lie was not
quite happy in endeHVurir to HCcount for
tne lact tnutu boiler houlil explode under
condition, to which it mu-t huvu been fre
quently luljeeted dnrini; the tiitio years it
had been in u;e. .Mr. vViard tliinks no
boiler fafe from this force of uniqual ex- j
isnsion, uui no nm mi -itiiaeuinent lor
oilun which mny ho iirmlied to nil forms.
unci which, a bo claims ' keep, nil parts of
tbe boiler ire n, tlio team, und thu water
exactly ul tlio same tGmperturu. ' 1 have
applied it, lie lOhtitioii, on locomotive,
und liavo ridden 1H0(K mile on tucli en
iinoi with llio wulor from two to eight
inelm In-low the crown hlioet, while the
presmtre of thu teain win l'JO pound?, with
a whiti-heat coal lire; und by having ther
tnomuler. iipplied, I hitvudntnoiitratod
that the ruutiut ditl't-roni u of luuiHTiiti,ri
was not morn than rt between the bottom
and top of the boiler at any time.' '
From a personal aciiunintance with
.Mr. Norman Wiard, we believe tho at-
achmentho to.itifios nbunt will iierfoi ui
all the duties required of it. Wiard is
oue of the great practical engineers of
tho age, and U so thoroughly educated
that lie can dNeuss theories with tho
est scientific men of tho country, lie
has invented this attachment for boilers.
It can be applied on our wetern steam
ers just as ea.y as on locomotives. We
have lin own authority for this asser
tion, und we are informed the cost is
comparatively light. Ilfie is a chance
for some of the largo steamboat com
panics to make a good investment, and
not only inure their property from
destruction from boiler explosions, but
protect ihuir passengers. The company
that is first to adopt it, and advertise it
to the public, is bound to sceuio the
most of the passenger travel. We hope,
before many days, to notice tho adop
tion of it on our western rivers.
III.I.NPNESS Ih ('.VTTLK.
Wo understand that a new dlsesno is
attacking thu cattlo in tho herds of 1), -y
. uii.., .Tiuura. .Hurjiny,oiuuuicuoiu, sholt'
vruwu 111 urooKh lirovu wore uli,, 1 7
..H-eni,,1 'i'i -in.. 1... V.-Vnilarlv
is so extensive thut it is 11 matter worthy
Investigation to ascertain Jhu came, una
.,vw,vu. - .,v VRV.IU lllLOrL'fcL III llll..
nuu wucnier 11 11 to to lotinu III Impure
wuter. noxious weed", hot weather, or
"omothlng ulse. JHwmtnqtim 1'huntti.
, which nro duiiil' imuttm., ,
k ai,d l unk's Grove townships, along
SuSrnJ!Kr.k; manifests itsoll by ,,n
recovered, a,M it J""' "vo
willprM only ull?.?0,,.M,,,"d,,'
Waters of Sll,.i,r ,.rr.l, .. '"I"'"!- Ill
ANOTHER J.OOSK SCRBW.
iinur tifUv ti utavto.V vr.VAlKXB KItOM
VAI1TV, AND (IIVES
tUN ItKAOOS'H TimitEI'Oll.
Nkw VoiiK.doly 2D, 1871;-JjEAii Sini
Ill your went letter you ink mo If I Wus
..iiibneiiftiiu number In llio Albany
Argii, 'Igncd "A Itepubllcan from tlio
.nun, wined you ri'au us nicy camo oui.
I wail, iiml liioy cxprois my sellleil eon
vlctionn ; und 1 mil uhid that you In tho
mnin concur in incin, l oil iial(, "Wlial
of tho fii.uro''' and tell mo that yen ngrco
whii -nr. uruuicy uooui urant anu olio
icriii. so uo i. urceley is riirlit : and
ho liluiselt' would run hotter than Oon.
Oraiit; eniieclnlly in tho eouth, whero tlio
republlc.iti jiarty Is liable to 0:0 all to plecc3
if Grunt la reiioinir.atod, Novorthelcs, 1
think ho will be. What thon ? A latge
body of republicans will rofuso to aupnort
hlni if tho democriioy act wisely. What
will you and 1 then do we. who havo
acted togolher for nearly 25 years ? I shall
not roL'ret tho success of a democrat next
yesr, provided bo is sound, firm, and trust
wormy on tno now departure una for
muse reasons, in brier:
1. 1 supported Ucn. Urant so e v to
utiisn ui reconstruction bv tno ratitioiv
Hon of tho fifteenth amendment. Th s
done, 1 was done with him. Nearly my
whole uctlvo llio has been dovotod to es-
lablishl.ii: tho antl-aluvcrv principles now
iwaueu upon tno constitution. 1110 vic
tory being won, 1 havunotasto lor scotir
inir tho Hold to riilo thotlain. Tho shivery
controvorsy Is oidcd, and tho republicans
Will IIIIU Hint liioy cnnnoi cnrmruci 11
prosldcitlal platform out ot 1110 uoDris 01
u demolished rohelllon, nor ctovnto tho
negroes Into unduo prominence on the
po t .soirudcral bayonets.
2. I want the south to acquiesce in tlio
constitution as it is, and bo at peace.
ThU ivn ahull not sec until wo havo a
democratic administration which accepts
und will enfo co tho three amendments.
Then tho southern malcontents will give
up their light and submit to the situa
tion. 3. You and I wero democrats of tho
Jlonton and Wright school. During the
rebellion tho administration went outsldo
of tho constitution to suppress it. In tho
reconstruction era, congress kopt outsldo
auout half tho time. Tlioro is no excuse
for remaining oiusido now. But, having
tasted of unlimited powor, tho appetite
of tho republican leaders grows by what
It focds upon. Hight thoro lies tho dan
ger. Under tho proscnt regime tho
government Is lapsing into n consolida
tion, and unless wo hasten hack within
the constitutional limits traced hy tho
fathers, our descendants will cringo at tho
footstool of a dictator. I, therefore,
should not object to tho.clcctlor, In 1872,
of a stn c-rigbts democratof tho moderate
typo of our old friond Silas AV right.
4. You tell mo you want to see carpot
bag rule at nil end. You nro right. It
U inrieltnrv of renrcsentatlvu uovcrn-
incnt, und m ruining tho south, which It
lu6 Involved in dent mil jmuu.ououu.
You also favor univcrsul amnesty. Hut
do vou not fe.ir that wo cannot se-
curo either of tlicso ends while Grant or
uny other president likohiniis in pow
6. We both nirreo much moro closely
witli tho mass ot democrats than with the
repahlieun manttgers on questions of 1'
naiico, taxatioa, trade, etc. The old issues
being out of thu arena, this nlono would
havo weight in determining my prefer
ence for a democrat. Would it not yours?
Now. vou ask inc. will tho democratic
nartv mcsenf.tho'rii'ht sort of u candidate V
II tney no, 1 believe no can 00 eiecieu.
Hut will ttiev f wen. iiruni. received a pop
ular majority in 1808 of about 300,000. If
ho is renominated, and if tho democracy
nlaco u wofthv cnnO'da'.o on n pioj; slvo
iilatform. do vou not belie o that a suffi
cient number of those who supported Grunt
in isr.M will full nwav in 1H7'J to defeat
him? I certa.n'y th'nk eo. The republican
nartv was n cohihIoii, in U origin. Tho
exiiienev which bound toiiethur incont'ra
ous elements hav' g disappeared, the edges
of tlio coalition will crumble uwity
Where tho fragments will go deponds uj
on tho courso of the democrat. Xlio re
sults of tlio coming contest is in tho hands
of thefO republic .n i acnicnt. 1'ersonal-
lv I have nothing against Gon. Grunt.
I'fe 1ih4 done all that 1 voted for him to
do, and something moro; and, liko .Mr.
Oroo'er, I ai.i : tisficd. The defeated par
ty in tho next presidential campaicn will
go to piece. 'Wliich party will it bo' At
all event", I trust that you and I will
then, as in the past, bo lound lighting
shoulder to shoulder. Very truly yours.
11. Jl, hTANTON.
MroitTlMJ A M'lVK UNSlOIIT V.S'SKF.N.
A tour of the American Union and Can
ada win recently made, says tho Now-
York World, bv llev. .lames Nugent, a
chaplain in tlm Liverpool borough jail,
who, moved to noblo sympathy by tho
pojrly requited toll of mlmy Irish girls of
tho better class, conceived" and executed
the Idea of coming across tho ocean hlm
?elf, and procuring moro comfortablo
homes and moro remunerative employment
for a certain numlinrof sucli especially de
serving young women, preparatory to
(ending them' hither. In Indiana, Illi
noN, und some parts of Canada, ho found
good places in American families for about
twenty of li is H'lf-it8umed charges; and
from an hoiiol bachelor farmer in Ore
gon accepted u particularly delicate com
mission. Tho furinur In question lives In a
part of the state where thero are scarcely
any uninarriuil women, und, upon learning
the object of Kntber Niigent's journey, ho
requested that some worthy young foreign
maUleii of tuitiiMn household abilities
should no sent to him us 11 wifo. Tho re
quest being made in perfect good fuith, tho
cuapiain promised k, lienor it It ho could ;
and, accordingly, among a scoro of bloom
ing Irish lasses now on their way from
Liverpool to tlio places provided for them,
i one woo cuiihm 10 wed u wooer known
to her by photograph und letter only.
Hho Is mi orpliun trom tho north of Ire
land, who, sitico the dentil or hor parents,
has eaniud an nveragu Income os about six
shillings a week by tho hardest kind of
uriiugery in 1110 worn room or a largo dra
pery establishment in tho English seaport.
It is by tho advice of ilr. Nugent that she
accepts fio novel destiny ottered her in
Oregon; and us she is industrious, good
looking and virtuous, there can bo but lit
tie doubt that tho western ugriculturul
bachelor Is 11 most fortunMo man.
VOHTY YEA HI AOO.
Forty years n"o, litoraturo msant learn
ing, and was supported by common sense
Heilned nonsense had no advocates, and
was pretty generally kicked out of doors.
Forty years ago, ttiero wero but few
merchants in tho country or insolvent
debtors and thoy woro rarely imprisoned
Forty years ago, young lndlos of tho
first respectability learned music, but It
wus tliu music 01 lb 11 spinnini'-wiieel.
Forty years ugo. ugo wus respected und
children kiiow meir propor places.
Forty years ago, there was intellect,
lionnstv hud Integrity in tho govornmont
J ortyears ni;c, bresidcnts rc fused "to
soil and limit their ulllcoi for gold to un-
What a falling oil' there is.
It is iclated of tho Count do l'arls.tho
Orluanlsts candlduto for tho throno of
I 1- ranee, thut whllu wulklni; with his wlfn
on tho boulevards ot 1'urU, it dozen bucks
, in siteoehs on wero liallod lor t in r use, , l,,,i
t'.u ilrlvers, Imuulnlni; them to bo country
lulka wlio weji! wont lo hagtjlu, reruied to
slop, umt tho couplo woro forced lo plod
homy o fuot
OUR NEPOTIC PRESIDENT.
A TlinUST AT (inANT yitOM AN UnEXI'ECT.
rrrom tlm Keur.iA.i. lVr.t.i i
Ono hy ono tho friends of tho president
desert him. When ho first entorcd tho
whl to houso tho radicals woro enthusiastic
in their "raise of tho sllont soldier who
was to ret istruet tho union nnd brlnj; dis
order out f thuchnosof civil warh.vth
mero ratllo of hlssabor In Ls shcnlh, 'Now
liis professed admirers aro limited to tho
circle of his own relations nnd the fodcrnl
office-holders, tho'two bolng In most cases
identical. Among tho most porslstont ol
Ids trumpeters havo bean the Messrs. Hnrg
per. who, In their so'voral periodicals, havo
lavishod much pralso upon him. Thoy,
too, howovor, at last have.becn forced to
chango their tone, and In tho lust number
of their magaz.lno published tho following
hitter assault upon him In tho form nf an
extract from n letter of Thomas Jcficreoo,
In which tho writer said:
"Tho puMic will never ho mado to bc
llovo that tho pppolntmcnt of n relative is
mudo on tlio ground of merit alono, unin
fluenced by faintly views nfcr can thoy
ever sco with approbation offices, tho dis
posal of which thoy entrust lo their presi
dents for publio purposes, divided out as
family property. Ir. Adams degraded
hltnsolf infinitely by his conduct on this
subject, as Gen., Washington had dona
himself tho irrcatest honor. With two
such examples to proceed hy, I should bo
doubly Jnoxo 'sahlo to orr. It Is truo.that
tills places tho relations of tho president In
a worso situation limn if h n worn a. afrnn.
gcr; but tho publio good, which cannot bo
eiiuvim 11 119 commence 00 lost, requires
Don i'iatt. in tho Canital. tells tho fol
lowing laughublo story of tho roastlne: of
11 Lirrfiau ;
Lord, how I did laugh at old Dean, fa
thcr of Julia Dean, ono night. Ho was
daring that funny old king to Booth's
Itichard, ono infernal cold nic
lo. Whon Booth stabbed him, tho awk
ward old duflor fell fiat on tho register of
tho stago. Somo devil of an actor seeing
this, ran down and told tho wild Irishman
at tho furnace thut everybody was frcozine
on the stage to rush up tho fires, "We,
wno woro in 1110 secret, wntciied tlio result.
First tho dead king broke into a profun
perspiration, whllo Itichard was delivering
his long soliloquy. How tho dead king
did sweat. Hut, as tho firo increased, ho
began to wrigglo and squirm. Tho audi
encowas star.lod to seo tho body quiver,
and tho logs glvo littlo post mortem kicks
not in accordanco with tho text. Wo could
hour him mutter to Itichard:
"Hurry up. cuss It, hurry up I'm ros-
tine; horo I"
liut Itichard continued rullinc out his
heavy thunder as slow nnd deliberately as
If his rovol hlirhness was rcstlni? on a bed
of roses. At last, when ho hud groaned
out, " Down, down to hell, and say i sent
tno tiiuiior I" nis departing majesty rose
up and walked off the stago, rubbing his
back as If ho felt ridiculous, to the uttor
amazement of the audience. Hut Hooth
was equal to tho occasion. Strikintr an
attitudo he roared oi't:
"Can uch things bo,
And nvereomo 111 like n summer cloud,
Without our special wonder!"
Dean got a black oyo and u broken noio
while attempting to kick tho Irishman.
Four younc ladies aro reported to
hivo died in Boston from tho effects of
A dclicato female partook of twenty
eight different dishes at a Chicago hotel
Tho tldo of European passenger travol
has turned for tho season. Americans aro
beginning to come back to America
It costs tho I'russiun government
j.uuo.ouo trancs to net up their military
map of France. Which surpassed even
that in tho possession of tho general stall
of tho ! reach army.
A Kentucky man unites tho avoca
tion of blacksmith and barber. In mo
ments of abstraction ho uses a man's face
as an anvil and tho razor as a hammer.
This treatment weurs out tho unvil moid-
The English eovcrnmont is seriously
considering tlio project of omploylng its
now idlo soldiery on roculnr dnilr work.
in addition to its drill, and would eotn-
menco by making them build tho coast for
tifications. ChristiansburL'. Va.. has a vcnorabla
turkey cobbler who has built himself a
nest, and is now gravely sitting upon four
apples. It is presumed that his action is
intended as a grave satiro upon tho wo
man's rights business. ' '
'I lie Aew York Tablet, a Itoman Cath
olic Journal, says thut thoso who partici
pated in tlio New York riots wore, if Cath
olics at nil, what Protestants call "enlight
ened Catholics, ' grown too wiso to lister,
to their pastors.
A picture of "After tho "War," now
popular in Paris, represents n gentleman
currying a sack of money in ono hand and
a ciin of petroleum in tho other. Ho
has securod his own fortune, und is going
to destroy his neighbor's.
A hustler named ilouko has earned
tho gratitude of Hie funny gentlemon of
tho press. Ho stolu 100 watches from a
Pennsylvania jewoller, thus giving said
funny men fresh opportunity to ask if his
name isn't really Procrastination tho
thief of time.
St. Winifred Stubbs, an elderly mai
den lady of London, was dlrcctod by the
health officers to discharco from further
service fourteen dogs who lived with hor
us comnanions.and she was so sorrow-striok.
on at tho sacrillco that sho died Instantly
on receiving tho order.
It takes throo or four men in uniii,
Wilson, tho Connecticut liiurilnrnr.
continually on tho lookout for a chanco
to client llio jjullows. Tliov comnnl him
to cat against his will, and ieavo him no
possible material or opportunity for sui
cide. Tho alluir Is getting to bo rcdlcu-
ious 111 1110 extreme
Tho Grand Jury of Sonoma, Cal..
recommend in a recent report that, "fur.
mo suieiv mm voiuiun ot oaid-iieadod
men, tho looso plastorlnu bo removed fn,m
tho coiling, or that tho sheriff bo instruc
ted to iiirnisn panics naving business in
tho court with pillows or suitable shiolds
to cover inoir ncuus wim. '
An English critic, has attemptod oclas-
niiicaiioti ui iiviiik j.iiijiisii poets. Thus,
liu places in tho lydlllo group Tennvson
and hlsdlsclplo, Jean lngolow; Browning
and Story in tho Psychological s HossotU
and Covontry Patmoro in tho Preranhio-
11. 1 it.. 11 ,..... a..,i.i o., . '
.liu; anu in.ifciuT milium, OWIIlDlirnO
mid Georgo Elliott in the ltonalsssnco. '
A now toy prcsonts n fac-slmilo of a
toad ensconced In a littlo houso at the end
or nil oblong tin platform, H0 lmpal.
slvo, and apparently incapable of motion
but tempt him, by placing a penny on tho
stand at the opposite end ot the platform
and, with tho speed of lightning, ho spritics
forward, seizes tho ponny and swallows it
Thotinilotnncil, proprietors of the ltk,i, nnil
Wi.iklv Hi'LLKTiN, havo Junt rccelt ed nit .tsaorl
niviitiil thu IuU'hI Hlvlm of Job I'rliilinu ivrew
and havo now on" of tlm inoat complete lub. Hie, i
in thu South nnil West. They H itter theinieltea
mm inoy I'tixem mcniuia tor tiiruitet out
irouiitly, m tho beat atylo ol the Arl, all work
enirusliel to them, from Ihe ainalleat ,Knl or
1 vbet to tin, tnammoth poster, and at iirto
Mhii'hltaio with ourbiiarncM men no good ex
"i.o for aendlnK thoir woik to fit. I.nii,''cinclu.
(Jlilcago, jno. H, ODUULV CO.
PAUL 0. SCUUIT,
.lili..ililiViIti.MMiw,,li(Mi'ii' f ? f rt'
NO. lOsV'cOMJtUROIAJi' (AVKNUBl
Wlilltuker'N Old NIhikI,
Oitositk Atueneum, - - Cairo, 111.
. 1 ' 1
I'ajs particular attention lo fllllng'slt phfplclan
and family prescriptions.
xttrt UN IliKD
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
Kltr.SS' FKVER TOXIC,
Warranted tho best Kerer Killer known In this
no cukh-monp:y kefunded.
UUCIIU AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In all diseases of the Kid
neys, equally, aa rood or better
than tleinbold'a. aad tor
ALSO iOlNt roi
Uninpltrey'a Ilonteophnthle Npllrs.
Ills well selected ttoclc of
Of every description cannot be
eurpaaaed by any rsUb
Ibhmeot of the
kind in the
CO Ala anu noon.
WOOD AND COAL
In M. WAItl) in prepared to dellrer the Ust
. . Uro Wood and ntone Coal
IN ANY PART OF THE C1TT,
And In any quantity desired, on short notice.,
COAL J)ELfyfelED at ft.50 rxn ton
OFFICE-Orer Tleenrari. Orth k Co.'a aloVe.
twodoora abate the corner f Eighth etre and
Commercial atauun. , -ltcfot
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM, JOHN UATEfl, Proprietor.
IOC Commercial Avenue, CitltO, II.USOIH,
Ilest brand of California Cigars just recelred,
BIMilAM) ealoon famished with the V'tt ot
tables; anil bar .implied wilhwinea, liquors
and clgara of the fioMt braudfl.
Cor. Fnr(pnlh fit, swiel Cam
IITZOERAIjO'S fnmplo Itooma ore stocked
2 with pure Imported wines; liquors arid cigars,
and are dispensed from1 the' bar In flrst.elaii
style. Theie no better establishment In Boulh
era IlllDolt, and none. better stocked. Call and
test the various brands ol wines and liquors.
JOHN II Y LAND'S SALOON,
Corner Tenth Street and Commercial
SUPEMOIt liquors, beer, ale, etc., and fragrant
llavanM always on hand. Those desiring de
llshtralbeirnragea should not (all tocallandemoy
them. All their wants will be attend to In a man
ner that will warrant a return.- All his liquors,
wines and cigars have been selected with great
are and critical tssle.
nOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
Is prepared to do all klods.of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSB. RAISING
IlEiMIIUNO OK JSVKItY UE8CBIPTI0N
ON Til HOST alASOSAILETtlKl ( '
OUPEHS left at tho residenco ol Mr. Kennedy,
on Center street, next door lo the new school
house, or atldresHiid tu the care of I'. O. Pox 14.
urine duiiviiii Uliivv, ru idvoiiii fiiuuip. iiwu
WOOD I WOOD!! WOOD HI
Tho undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am C'lioiiii, ir not Cheaper
Than any wood dealer In Oalro. Leave orders
on the slates at tlio I'ostotMcii and aWtos loal
yard, on Comnierolal aronue, bo t ween Tenllt and
Twelfth siruits, Cairo, Illinois. 1 sire SPOd
tneaaure and will cord the wood up If Jsire3; ' -
eugiu-ii uEnmti iialkt.
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
j EICHHOEJFf BJElGSif
AT Till in
Waliln(ton-MV., Near Coatnm House,
Heasra. Rlehholl Ilrnlhersde.lrn lo Inform Ihe
kinds of rp- m""u,c,urln
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And ham now on li'iml and fr mle, at
WIioIpmuIc 11111I Iletall,
all kind., and will conlluno to keep at their
BALE1 ROOMS, IN TIIKIIl NEW nUILDI.NO,
Brery inscription of chenp nnd costly lurnlture,
WMarble Topped Pure nut,
3-U'rlrob, Sofa Chairs,
SUSofas and Malrniaes,
?-Ix)Ui)g', eto , etc.,
Winch they will guarantee lo sell
TWENTY rER CENT. LOWER
Than they can l-s bought from any other dealer in
the City. (lire them a call and satisfy your
Mia Ridge. IlllnoU.
TIMOTHY UOYL, Proj.rictor.
Is ono of Ihe beat aud finest aalooni. in the coun
ly a.td Is supplied with Ibr be.t wlne, liqucrs
and lager ber. Th proprietor irmt's )'iirrntce,
promising 10 treat them lii patr"n nellandt.
?;lre them the beat in the bop which Ih Ihe beat
n Villa Ilidse. Jyi'tf
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance on Hiith-it.,)
F. J. Oakes,
K. II. LoJw
II. C. Cady, V-
OAKES, CAUT A CO. Proprietors
commercial-avenue, orrosiTK r. o,
jossra bavliss, : : : : : ruorr.iETon.
(The House is Newly Fuiini.siiei)
And offers lo the public firM-clas aerornmods-
lions at rea.onanie rates.
Opposite ihe Poftotflce, onHlsth Strct letween
Wa.hlngton and Commercial avenue,
This hou.e has been thoroUKhly over-hauled,
refuruiahod and renorated, and is now oi.en for
the reception of guents The room, aro all large
and well ventilated, and fuahiture new. Hatch
kept ulghtand day, SIIW. (MHFNKV,
DOUBLE-ACTING WINDOW LC Cli
HANSEL'S PATENT THE ONLY IlELIAULE
WINDOW VAST OUT,
BERLIZIIEIMER & CAHN,
Bole owners or the Territories of the States ot
Illinois, Wisconsin and Iowa, and
Agents for other States,
Genekal Okfice 90 Wasiiinqton-bt,,
CROCK RI EN AND DRV OOOP8.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND OAP8, ETC.,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie alio has a fine stock of Family qrocerles ol
" , MLFjlflnl.
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER-
W. W. TJIOR NTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Office on Tenth St.,
Ilclween Coninierelal and WaahlH;toa
A (JK.ST8 lor Itoclc Ill.er Paper OotnpanyV
,( 'J!;1!'1 n. K." n J V""' Cement. '
11. W. Johns Improred ItooBng alwayi on
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol erery description,
LATH, SHINOLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on short. I notice.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th nnd llth-st'.,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DA NIP. I. HUItl), President!
ItODEKT W. JIILLEIl, Vice-President
C.N. IIUOIIES, Cashier.
COLLKCTION.S;iPROM ITLY MADE.
EXCIIANOK. coin, bank notes and United
Male, securities bought and sold,
Interest Allotted 011 Tlino Ilrposlls.
I'hnrteresl Slnreta 31, 1MB.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A. II.SAFKOKD, President;
H. H. TA VI.OII, Vice-President
W. HYdLOP, (Secretary and Treasurer.
n. W. IUhcmt, Cms. GALisnsa,
K. 31. Hrocsrinil, l'ltx 0. bcutN,
It, 31. CCXMMJIUU, W. P. lUUIdAT,
J. 31. I'niuit-e,
OciikIIn of nny Amount IteeelvedfrOBi
Ten Cent) Cpwartla.
INTEitEiT paid on deposits at the rataot alz
pe-ccnt. per annum, 3Iarch 1st and (Septem
ber li. Interest not withdrawn Is added Imme
diately to Ihe principal of the dejKi.lU, thereby
glriug Ihem compound Interest.
U Allium WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
10 THAT NO CM lilt CAN UK AW IT.
Open every buslne.s day from t a.m. lo 3 p.m.,
and Hutiirday etemng lor HA VI. NO DEPOSITS
only, from 6 to S o'clock
W. IIY8LOI', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. 1IALL1DAY, President!
A. II. HAPKOHD, Cashier)
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Cashier.
8TAATS TAVlOlt. KOBSttT n. CBNNlliaUASl,
bJoti "wm. W.P.UAU.IDAT,
Oeo, P. Wiliiauson, STirillN 11IED,
A. 1). SArroBD.
KxclmiiRC, Coin r.ud United NlaKi
Iloud Ilouglit and Sold.
P.POB1T3 recelrod, and a general banking
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is prepared lo do all kinds of plain and orna
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANGING
SION WHITING, ETC,
At figures which defy all competlon, and In tba ,
highest style tf the painter's art.
SHOP IN THeTeRRY HOUSE,
COBNEB Or COMMEBCIAL AVINDX AND