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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1871.
T er mntmt
. rk. kt carrier
, month, by M-
Three rronths,...- .
g t month " J ,
01 Vear, "
TdoLLAB WgEKLT DULLF-TIN.
John H. 0U.1T CO. .. r.ee , he sub;
f the Weekly Cairo llulletin lo
.eripuoo .. th. -heanest T.
p (WnJm. in'"n
Savs Senator Trumbull : " At law,
the killing of Col.Grosvcnor was mur
Senator Bowman lias not yet rip
rred in his scat at Springfield. What
has become of liirn ?
Mr. Walter, principal proprietor
of the London Timet, has been elevated
to the peerage. Mailer was bred a
Two thousand citizens of South Car
olina have been arrested in that state,
tince Grant's armed invasion oi its ter
ritory, chaiged with ku-kluxism. What
thall we do with them ? Hang, burn
or imprison them ? A trial for each is,
of course, out of the question. Sus
picion, under the ku-klux bill, is con
viction. So, to your work, Mr. Execu
tioner! The republic of Switzerland, hem
med in by monarchies on every side, on
last Friday celebrated the five hundred
and sixty-fourth anniversary of her in
dependence. The republic is composed
of twenty-two cantons and the popula
tion numbers two million seven hun
dred and thirty thousand. The nation
-lilies are German, French, Italian and
' Romanish, and the religions aro the
Protestant, Roman Catholic and Jewish.
The Gallatin Gaztlte is anxious to
know whether Governor Palmer will sup
port Gen. Grant for re-election. We
have no way of judging of the tuture
but by the and, judging by the
ptst, we should like to be told what
there has been in the conduct of Gov
crnor Palmer that would lead any one
to believe he will not again swallow his
states rights professions and stultify
himself by supporting the most danger
ous enemy of state's rights in the per
son of Gen. Grant. We hope other-1
wimj; hut "Hope told a flattering
Advices from Washingtou say that
teveral prominent political associates
of Secretary lloutwcll have now under
discussion the subject ot his nomina
tion as the republican candidate for the
presidency in the place of Grant. Re
garding the propriety of this move
ment, while lloutwcll remains in the
cabinet, there have been earnest con
sultations, and the results indicate that
thw fact will not be considered an ob
stacle of any importance, though so far
as the secretary himself is concerned,
it appears that he has given no open
assurances of a willingness to resign
the views ho haB eutertaincd about the
impropriety of opposing Grant in the
next presidcnti-1 race to the demand of
the politicians, who consider that to
be a proper movement.
The telegraph informs us that our
relitions with ?pain promise unpleasant
complications if not serious results.
Aiide from the pcndiii" difficulty over
the conduct of the SnanUh nffieioL
tommh tl.p a,-: i ir....
now at Port-au-Prince, the authorities
at Madrid have had their attention
called, through Minister Sickles, to tho
promises made to this government more
than a year ago to the effect that if the
United States would not recognize the
Cuban insurants Spain would accord
to the Cuban, the wnm r.riv.;u,.. t I
0 tue unans tlie same prmleges and
immunities that were granted the in-
habitants of other Spanish provinces.
XlllJ -.-.-.a-..-. .1 - !. I
by General Prim to Minister Sickles
Vina nn ririlif t.t r.-isii- 1 . . 1
has not only not been fulGlled !, i...
oecn tiers stent v v nl.i,l
culled tn tin iT n- .
w - -
anairs. aim it is
nr. ! ... I ., .. . .'
auucrsiuou mat it is airain the anb.
ieelr.f.i:1 .,. . "
' -luumaur; correspondence.
DLSCUShtNo thc subject of the rapid
... C.--...J..J.. i. .
me acwnjK atnmm ur(;cs llje cn.
neiuicu o. hinugoni lurcat ww. ttnai...
... . ... i ... -
gous m u.e mining jaws, Willi a view to
iuo precrvation oi uie IlPlPer nuimW
.... . .. ..
in the vast tracts of country where
scarcely anything except timber can bo
properly cultivated. Precedents for
euch legislation me furnished by near
Jy nil civilized countries. Jn Kurope,
where the importance of a liberal sup
ply of timber has been long felt, active
measures have been taken on tho part
of various governments to protect ex
isting forests and to encourage tho cul
tivation of timber. In France, Prus.
in schools of
'dor ttate control, arc supported in which
men arc trailed in the ecic.itifio and
. , ...... f il.o i.(nn are
timber land.. IV protection against
fire, the same nirbority makes tho Ken-
siblc supgeftion that, wherever it in
nrirtimbJo. artificial breaks in tho foil-
tinuitv of fre?ts chould bo made, and
hit as far as possible, the cleared
t VhoM be brought under culti-
paccs .iiouiu c fc
ration. This would serve as an aid in
stopping tlie progress 01 great conflagra
tion?, nnd would doubtless be effective
except in cases of extraordinary never-
TllE United States have been hon-
orcd several times by tho presence of of
royal European visitors. The announce-
a f a .!.. t. .. ..Itfnva linn it
mciuoi inesc "
followed by the airing of our repuu-
Hcan principles by the press. The visit
of the Grand Duke Alexis, lately ar-
rircd on our shores, has been the occa-
.inn for the usual disniav to an unusual
V n Tl.-t,mir,t!niw initio bvlhn
degree. 1 he preparations made oj the
el..., of New-York for the rScePtion
1 . ... 1 Vt- 1
of the grand duko have been loudly he
condemned as so much toadyism and I
n,.Mnr. Tl,o ,--r,r- nf t)lf.
ball to 'bo Pivnn in honor of the dulcc
avo been called flunkeys and the love- ,
.. i.i:-. t i am n
J ,du, " "
ovcly toilets have been snecrcu at as
though they were traitors to their coun-
try nnd female plotters against rcpub-
ic.ni.im. Tho cavi era at tho nrcnara-
tions made by New-Yorkers all want
.1... 1 :.i i t .J n
uuu nuiiurpuiu iu uk grauuuuiwc. nu 1
should be heaitilv welcomed and hos-
..a. 1 11
pitabiy cntcrtainca, but no move suouia
t nniA 111-nnaietnnf wiln rnmlnhnfln I
institutions or democratic simplicity
Hew is this to be done ? The sticklers
for republican simplicity should be more
definite in their expression of what they
conceive to be a proper reception and
treatment of the grand duke. If they
believe that Mr. Grant should make a
simple visit to Mr. Alexis, give him a
hearty but by all means democratic
shake of the hand, ask him how his
parents, are, invite him to take a smoke, I
and then bid him cood day with anoth-
er democratic hand-shake, they should
mi . . .11 1
say so. xno laci is, a great ut-a. u.
false sentiment obtains among us as a
people. In all the preparations made
for the reception of the Russian duke
there is nothintr to conflist with Amcr-
ican devotion to American institutions. -.m . .u..b-b.....
, , , tho administration of the renowned horse
Jhc respect due from the people ot a . . ,. . ... ..... . ,,,
great nation to the representative of
other great nation visiting our shores,
not as a private gentleman but alter oi-
r 1 .... 1 .
uciai notice worn 111s own governmcuv
. v. .1 ..1 ...11 1 1
expression. The firing ol
of salutes is one
form of such expression a
pression anu a very ap
propriate 0110 under existing circum
stances. rrocosMons, etc., are
other forms, ami tlicy cannot
be tortured into signs of ser
vility to any grand tluko in the
world. Neither can the very natural
wish to attend tho big ball in un cle-
gaut costume be construed into prima
facie evidence that every young lady
who does so is dying to marry tho royal
8Tho Virginia legislature, just oloct-
cd, it Is reported, will probably be classi
fied, politically, as follows: .Senate con
servatives, 33; Republicans, 10; bouse of
delegates conservatives, 101 ; republi
cans, 31. Tho conservatives have gained
three enators and flvo delegates, and tho
republicans have lost flvo delegates by tho
rc-nrrangeincnt of districts under the now
apportionment. For the senutc, momburs
wero voted for in twenty new anil threo
old districts, and seventeen senators hold I
over. Of tho ten republican sonators
threo are nctrroes, two having lieen rho-en
at the recent election nnd ono holding over,
In the homo of dulpgntes, fifteen republi
0l,n members aro colored. The legislature
wiU n,ecl c" December 4th.
war" Accoruing 10 ex-aecroiary v cues,
Karragut, not Butler, was the hero of
P0' Orleans. Hie Hoton Post says:
" Vot tM t''"1 Farragut did ho received
K u,u 111 1 1 mrl Jl '", u,"i "lc"u
""' . "u "'-''. ' msi years,
""V ' T uu,,e 01 UVory U0
V"'Z. .. . - , T. 0'.",S CR
I vi. -WlllllllLLl'U. V IT I II IIHTK Hll) 1 tlV I HA (-III-
it . that no lias not heard rrom mm since the
dious neglect of his government nnd cm.Li,,i .,i JnM , t.
''ittcrod by its unn.Utakable ingratitude.
HllJ lle M-d with the Confederacy, he
-J-illlil lint V,.. I A a . .1 1.1
8uPerciUious contempt, "
" ----- - .
i"u uro prc.eni living in
M.,tl,,l a!..Wt....ii- ..... . - .
wtiti ucvu lusncti vu v .1 anil r.i
' "s "ii":i i-, i anu 01
J" anu moy havo two a sten. yii,..
i . " . ..'
-"ancy, aged tiU and 5. vcan
Th . '
, ?' ull":iuu,ci nu good, in-
UUILU JI1R I'lll7lini nti.l U.. II .. 1 , I
and al.tora v. 1 ,. 1 ur"l
T ti,ttri lmvo Mwft "ved and now
..... e.ii was mar-
far AccorJlt..- to a i..
i ... ... . " -......, m., i. i
nuw going u roundaof th. French tir-u.
I 1 llti.r. nrl. ....
.. . ,., "'""" w the Ulshoi) of Orloans
that lit wi uriUUllB
"uwrei lo inal;u tienpn will,
l riiii.... .1... . '
. uiu outn
teriiu, anminuuiur iiroInc ni.,1 n. ,
dltlonul millard. won, w. ... W
Btijr-A Texas j ,ipur ay. Tllo ,.1(lni
-. . . , - tt -
-ales Index prefer, laborers for Texas from
1ia .1.1... (J. ....i .. .'..... t . ...
... u.ui uwuiiiurii .juiiLt, innuau 0 ,roin
tho North and AVcst. The agriculture of
yZTu i, " ",UC" .'"r
Ot UCtOlilir. 1H70 r,.. I T,.
condition r n. , ' "u " more tnnn
VuZ ut two mni"0, A,;lrC0,",Jt,," ,U 1,U"dred r,mlzt,J Cb,,rcllc" w't
the ob.tlt.uey l thee,!mmittee oFi "ntU"rl! "r 6uiUb, worship,
defense prevented the aeeept,u,eU If n'" " lmndr,'dth onlvornry of
thosoll thnn th.'t of oftho South, Mid Ibo
laborer wc got trow .tho Southern , Stales
nntl nri! nut fklllud or
Council lllutrs clorgymnn lias un
Improved way. Ho charges by tho pound
for mnrrying paoplc, utul innkcs tho in-
Mjillcablo distinction of charging four
tiU for the .(room and but two for tho
teM?; the disastrous
reJut 0, a nrger numbor of marriages
Bmong thoadleJ than wJ(h tbfl gcntlcmcn
mrltcv. Mr. Kendall, of Gonzales
county, Toxn, has for years grown lino
sugar-cane, and tho stalks this year are
irorn six to eight root in length, or ma-
turcd Joints, llo will make forty barrels
nyrup this your.
ST" There is a stalk of corn at tho
Chamber of Commerce, at Memphis, raised
, Arknnsn.. whlt-h m.n..r r.ir.1,.
teen feet In night. Tho foddor alono of
ucli a crop would mak n farmer rich
I,Hon. K. P. Cord, an oclagonarlan
cItlzcn of ndc. county, Mississippi,
ls pftyIng a vIsit to hU Toiyes
8T MrS. Woodliull HVCS Witll
buibands runs a newspaper and a broker's
,- - m .!-... - i.t i j. I.
, '"r, " 787'"-' ""u"
v ... -w..- j.. "v
tST Eight pin factories in this country
turn out r.,728,000,000 overy year. Tho
n.ieu oiaio. oug.u 10 oo ao.o l0 iuck
. , ,
"iner unuor uie" c,rCumaia.icc,.
A husband for several
j, ... ,t,i..
" ' I
fevr children. Apply to Mrs. Urlgham
"Vrtiinf. R-lf TililfA I
t65-Tho voting population of Tenncs-
sec is 264.713.
Spring ki eld, III., Nor. 18,
To tht Editor of iht Cairo llulletin:
The readers of tho Bulletin are do
dnnl (nfnrmrnl lwfnrA t h i timn Omt 111
Oovornor., mcsiac0 u a vrand of flre ln
tho radical camp. The high esteem in
which Governor I'almcr is every whore
held as an ablo lawyer and a faithful and
" exe.unve, m.Ke. ,1 yery a.mcuit
j r '.. ru -
.-. And then the nositlon. itre so
we,i taken) tbat no one haJ any dcsire lo
8et himself up in opposition to them. But
there Is great fear that tho message Is a
P" of tho resistless undercurrent wttnin
I x I .If 1 i ...I.t... 1. ..ilt.M...IM-l
an-Ljeneral covernmcnt, and radicals gen-
u m 1 n u n huh iuu un it ni funu v . ii v.
erally consider it tbelr duty to interpose
tueiriccnio opposition, so in me senaie
I tlinv -nfn.n f r nrmt im trilSnf.n in
1 - "
accordance with tho usual custom. This
refusal Iin undoubtedly given tho message
a. greater publicity than tne printing
could possibly havo done, for it !in called
out comment from tho press which havt
attracted the intention or tho people, utid
made tho position taken by the govornor
thoroughly understood nnd appreciated.
Tho event will certainly havo some sig
nificance in tho formation of tickets for
1872, but exactly what is now beyond
A bill for the restoration of titles In
Chicago has been introduced and read a
flrst time. It provides for tho appoint
ment by tho govornor of threo commis
sioners, who shall havo power, attor adver
tising for threo months, to hear the claims
of parties interested, and where they are
satisfied that any claimant has acloar title
to property, to givo him a certificate which
shall bo entitled to record, and which shall
bo admitted as evidence tho same as copies
of deeds. Whoro tho title is not clear,
nnd the certificate Is refused, tho claimant
may file a bill in equity, and tho abstracts
of titles which aro in tho possession of
somo private- parties in Chicago, may bo
admitted, with tho oath of the claimant:
as secondary evidence. These procecdincs
to bo conclusive, and the net to take effect
Senator AN biting, who hut winter was
very energetic in his advocacy of tho dog
law, is now exorting himself against tho
spread of Canada thistles. Tblspestbav
:n ,,. t.. ,.. i ,.. ,!.
0f the state, he thinks it Judiciou's to enact
n ,.ncrai i,.w. ,luthorllnc tho annoinu
met of an ofllcer in each township or
precinct of tho state, whose duty it shall
bo to hunt out and destroy tho invader.
Stnator Mowman has not yet made his
appoarwice, and hi. colleague informs mo
!... . . .a
lon,, nb;cnt The otl)0. n,
n pre,cnt "oiceptlng Sen
now members nro
nttor Allen, who
was chosen to fill tho vacancy occasioned
by tho resignation ol Senator Shepherd.
iimre aro now i j,uuo uaKOta inuians
ri' i -.. . - . .
nilor miuinnn.. inii,,.n
- j v..v
A man t V.illnl,, fvi i.. in 1,1.
session Bible printed in 1011.
-Archdeacon Dcnnison has como out
,B fftVor of .ll0 -., nf "
Th-nv. T,.W nrr.fi .,i.n..t
...w.v.cu. ui .nun
cal literature In Uangor Seminary, has
J't -rrtrea home from Kurope,
-Tho AVashlnton (Del.l Preaeher.'
1 . . . '
A n.t. I ln ii.. illamiaat.... .1... -.f -
I -.-owiwuvn .nu u,o.UB9ui wiu .JUCSUOn OI
thu "iitilltv nf ni rlnil Ic,,l n.vlu,.! nir...t. 11
"' Jl"MebutetU, will !, celebrated on
Mr. ii,,!,,,... ,. m..,i..... .......... .
i tiiirvi l-fr II III Half! la
been received as u candidate for holv
I i ...... ... v
oruers in uio episcopal Church at I.cai
-Th0 "Anart,,M Vnion dimlts tho effi-
uuiiai emireii, ai nanuorn-
tho ground thnl it is nollher practically
wio nor economical.
Tho Catholic populnllon of America
Is estimated nt 0,600,000, with 4,800 priests,
worshipping in 4,250 churches and 1,700
chapels nnd stations,
Methodist churches worn built In this
country In 1370 at tho rate U early four
to ovcry working day, tho nui.-'r boing
over tMelvo hundred.
The Lutheran denomination in this
country numbers now about five hundred
thousand communicants, under tho care of
soma two thousand two hundred minis
The Marquis of Bute denies that he
has left tho Church of England and Joined
tho Church of Rome.
firt-.il,.. AVol.li Ititn rnndlilntn fori
Cornelius alsli, lato canuiuaio mr
tho governorship in New Jersey, is lying
dangerously 111 at his residence noar Hello
villo, N. J.
General Tliomas "V. Dennett, of In
dlana, who hns recently been appointed
wao ass icwnny WB
Covernor of Idaho territory, Intends to
h" tho lgl of
T amm I. .m
Mr, Charles Astor Rristed, who some
tmjt arrn rtttrrViflwl llin ilu'alltnn'.YiAilin nf I
,ate Secretarr Stanton. In -VRshinton
. . . ' . .
f t.kon up hi, rc.idence In that city for
Mr. E. K. Smart, of Camden, Maine,
at ono time a member of Congross, and
for sovcral years the editor of a demo
cratic journal at Rolfast, has recently been
placed in an asylum for tho Insane.
George Taylor, judgo In the twenty-
I - At 1 - ! Tl 1 f
,ourwl Juu"-'' 'J''V
Ulu at uuntingaon ot paralysis on rues-
IT a A nit m 1 A1 wlitln ttnnrllnr-
r" - ''. , ",! .7 b
Miss Brlel, of Richmond, Virginia,
baa received from tho Emporor William
of Germany a magnificent cross of honor,
I in return for the sorrlccs rendered by her
t0 lick -nd wounded soldiers, during the
late war in Europe.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ii prprd to nupply cuitumrr with thu bit
rll ISbUliljr AiN V lLliliNUlb
-KDEns lnt llalllday l!ro. offlo, 70 OHIO
I . k V' I-' W A a
i.isvKft, or ni tn i.oai rm dmow hip si.
lariM limp, win rmeire prompt iuiDiion.
TI1KTUO "MONTAl'K" willbrin, coal along
aula Menmcr at any hour.
MRS. ANNA LANO,
ZIOnTH-ST., BKT. WASHIXOTON AND COS!-MERCIAL-AVENUEH,
la now iroririaga braulKul a.Korlmrnt of
Fall Millinery Goods,
Including Hata and Sbapra of the lalrat itjla
Rlbbr, FIswrra aad FMthera.
Mri. 1.br Hill alio how euatomr the largaa
b found in the city.
C. HAN NY.
KKNTUCKT JEANS, EXTKS,
GKOS GJtAIN filLKB,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING.
llin F.nllr-Nto-U HowCUalBgOnl'
VEBY LOW FIGUHKS.
COUNKR 8TH ST., AND COMMKnCIAI.-AV.,
WE Imvo re-opened tlir Cinlnil Klevntor, and
am iiuw irrparcl to lundle grulii with dm
(latch at toliiert mtrt, kit lolkiw. i
For riwrivniK Imlk grain, weighing In and out,
In.'lndlng iv ilaya' atiiMge, ;;o per buihel.
l-or HwUmg and trausier une half cent addi
tional. For each ten day. nr tho Brat fle on.hall
Clinr(crt-1 Mnrcli at, isnn.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A.B. SAFFOnp, PrfKldenli
H. H. TAYLOR, Vic I'fcildpnt i
W. IIYHLUI', HcrtrY nmt Trmr urr.
P. W. HSCIAT,
F. M. HrocirLini.
W. 1', IIallidat,
H. M. Cl-NMNUHAM,
J. M. Pnutim
Depowltii of nny Amonat Itrrrl ved fron
iii .nm upnnrux,
TNTF.KF.ST pld on clpsll t the r.lp'ol u
I ,,ercfnti pVrnnum, Murch latand B.lnm
lnlere.tnol withdrawn Is f.dilrd immi.
dl-leljr to th )nnclp.tl of the deponlti, thcreliy
M-RIIIKD WOMEN AND CUILDnKK MAY
o that no oxr. mr cam draw it.
n.i HMurdy ten.nK iur havkmi iJKl-osrii
'PUT? CI'PV VATTftVAT.
. XXX U1X X XI .f-XX XX-
W. P. HALlilHAY, Prcildent
A. n.HAFFont), Cftihlcrj
WALTER HYSI.OP, AMlidnt Ctihur.J
Btaati Tatloi, Koir.T II. Cixissiia-,
SCOIT WllITI, W. I'. IUI LIUII,
Gl9. V. WlLUAMtOX, jtcrutx DlBD
A. II. SAfroiD.
ExcbBBK, Cola aad l'nltU Ntalc
. Bend Bonght nd Hold.
TTVEPOBITS rcclTJ, Mid Kenrl L-nklnn
XJ ouiinm aon.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL IIUItD, rr.ldnt;
IlO BERT W. MILLEIt, Vic.Preiidnt i
C. N. UL'fillKrf, Caililrr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
ITIXCIIAN'OE, coin, bank note and Unitl
Sl U.sfaa a nitrltl luM.nVit ami .nlil
. u-iv. i.iit".n w.l.l Hill. i-i..-..
Intrt Allowp.1 on Tlni Ilppnalla.
CO A I. AND 1VOI1II.
" WO OD ! WOO i) 1 ! WOO D ! 11
The onder-icned will furnl-h
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An 'hp, not Cheaper
any wood draler In Cairo. l.rav nrdrra
i rial. at tho I'oatofticn and at Hon' coal
on the h
yard, on Cimmcrcial arrnne, tictween Tenth and
Twelfth rlreetis Cairo. Illinol.. I give good
mraiure and will cerd the wood up If drsired.
F. M. WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
Ftl. WARD i prepared to deliver the betl
, Kire Wood and clone Coal
IN ANY FAltT OK T1IK C'ITT,
And In any quantity deored, on abort notice.
COAL DELIVERED at 54.50 PEn ton
UKKICK Over Ileerwart, Orth 4 Co.N atov.
two doora alove the comer ofKtghth atrert and
Cnrnmeri ilarenua. -iecCit
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every doeriptlen,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shortest notice,
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and lltli-sts.,
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
74 (second floor) ohio i.kvkk,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A' I prepare Conveyance of Kindn,
CAUL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of pluiil and ornu
KALSOMINING, PAPER HANOING
NION WKITIKO, KTC .,
At ttgurea which defy all competlon, nnd In the
highest btyln tt'tho p.tlntor'a art,
SHOP IN THeTeRRY HOUSE,
CORNER Of COMMERCIAL AVKNUK AND
4'OMMiNtinn Axn fokwahin-
cilAili7Ks" M HO WE & CO."
FORWARDING M ENCHANTS.
No. 04 Ohio Lcvcu,
W.Str.tton. T. Ulid
STRATTON Si BIRD,
(Suocf or to Hlr.tton, Iludnon It CUrk.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
tyipfiilK of AmrrlCRD Powder Co., nd inn
fcturr )?nt9 for cotton yrn. J7ll
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(HuccMom to F, D. Ilendrlcki .A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
wLiberal Advance mi
Are prepared to receive, itore am crward
Irelgnta to all point and buy ar.cJ
aell on cotnmlnioo.
"Ilinlnrsi attended to promptly.
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commcrcial-avc.,
MILLER k PARK EH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANK S SCALES
68 Ohio Levke, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. I). MAT1IUSS. K. C. UUL.
MATIIUSS & TJIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
No. 61 OHIO I.KVKK,
XWice.ri fourth i Sulk Sit., CAIHO, ILL.
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(fiucceaaor lo Parker ft I'hl'.lla,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cou. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CLOSE k VINCENT.
oe-vxj3es lasr limb
Ceurnt, Plaster Paris,
Corner Klghth Ntreet nnd Onto I.evcc
P. S. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
I1A8 REMOVED FROM l'RIIRT HOUSE
BRICK UUILDING on SEVENTH ST
OPPOSITE WINTKR'rl III.OOK,
HK hax greatly improved Ills Mock, and link
now on hand all kinda of
II A LI. L1UIITS,
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
PAUL G SCHUH,
it i: ji n v i: n. j
NO. 108 COM-MKHUIAL AVENUE
j OlTOSITK Atiiknkum, - - Caiiio, I f.t.
I'ayapartlcnlar all,ntlon to nillag all phj-inan
and family pr.(;ri.tlon.
D."T OH NIGHT
lltW OX 111 Kb
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth harlng, Agmt for "
um-jiv ri:v:n tonic,
Warrantd llir h-t Kotrr Klllrr known In tot
NO CUKE-MONEY REFUNDED
IIUCIIU AND DANDELION,
An -icrlltnt rmdjf in all dl.ra.r.of the KIJ.
l.rjrr, nn toon Or IJrttr
than lirinliold'ii, ami tor
iuo aonKt roa
If niiiplirrj'a JIomHiptithlc Ni-lllm
III- W'll.rl-olfd ilck of
Of every description cannol te
aurpaxed ly any eatab
llihment ol (he
kind In the
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. I
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm-
CAOO, .tf 1 ORK, -lOSTOSf,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
I'aMeuger tratna arrive at and leave Cairo at fol
low a 1
Aaaivr 3IIII. a.m - 3i3U p.m.
Dinar 1 113 p.tn 2i3 p.tn.
Doth train conncrt at Centrilla with train on tn
roi P.M.. Deeatiir, Illonininglcn, Kl Pa.o, La S.llt,
llrndota, Krevporl.fi.l-iK, luLuue, and
all point. In llhnoia, Mmourl,
illnnr.ota, A'l.con.in and
low a And with
Line running Ka.t and Wett lor
St, Lnum, HptlngfteM, Lotllaville,
Cincinnati, Inliauaiolii, Columtui.
And at Chicago with Michigan Crntral, Mlchlai
eotithern, and Iittlnirg, Xort Wayne
and Chicago Hallroada lor
Detroit, Cleveland, Tmnklrk,
Albany,, li'.aion, I'niladeiphla, fjl
.New Turk, Hlltnlmrg, Daltlmore,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS J
SUUTHKASTftl K. K.
On and after Monday, April Stth, 11, traioiallr
rue as ioiiowb i
Leave Virginia a. in., ......... ii.ja p.ni. .
" BpnugfleM - 930 " ao M
" Taylorvllle 0M tM " l
l.l. ol ll.n. IMlt - P.-1T II "I
Leave Tana ,,l:00,m J.Mp.i
" Tatloriille :4 "" 4;S "
Arrive at; orin.field...e:l5 6.(0
Leave Mpir.gneld C:25 " :10 '
Arrive at Virginia HM " -....S:l "
tatiaa oulsa tecvniiaT.
Leave Kdgewood 6:30 a.m 10.10 a.m..
' Flora . :2S ' lllW
Imr. nl (,ti.irn..lAi.nM1n m A'14 n.m
vaaiKa ooino aoatuwur. l
Leave Hhawneetown 5:13 a.m ,... (.lOp.!,
" Flora X:M 7.uu i I
Arrive at blgewood 1:50 ' 8:20 11 U
Tne o:jo a.mi train irum riKmuuu, runs uaiy. J
Mnndava. Wfrdnemlava and Vridava. and 6:45 a. nuM
Iniln from Hhawneetown on Tueedaya, Thura-U
.l-va nnd Saturday. Vl
Connect! at Aahland with Jacksonville dlvlilonpl
of Chicago and Alton liMiroaii, ror Jtcaaonviue.v
IVUritliiirff. MANnn Citv. a nd all nointa welt. I
At ripringfleid, with Chicago and Alton, andaJ
Toledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, lor. 1
Uloomington, cnicago, anu ail point norm, norm,
wet and west.
At I'anft.witn lnu. ana nt. Lotus, ana ininoii
Central Itailroad for all point east, aouth and
At Kdgewood with Chicago Division Ulineia
At Flora, with Ohio and Mississippi Railroad.
AtHhawneetonn, with steamboats for Cincio-j
tl, rducah,Clroandrit. Louis.
Villi. till' I' 1 , . 1 , . V U I 1. U
Jo.n KooaiTT.Qen'l Fr'gt and Ticket Ag'l. PI
Ohio Levkb Caibo, III, j
oautas raonrrtv villid:
Q. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 79 Ohio Levee.
""Special attention given lo consignment!
ind filling orders. .
ORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST
(F.ntrance on Hixth.it.,)
P. J. Oakss,
11. C. Cndy, J
K. . Lodwlck, J
nrei. and he Invltea the