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.Xonrn ""he Wkl, Cairo Bulletin lo
Om lyTfrrm.taMni It the cheapest pa
rf published InSouthern llllnoli.
An exchange asks Simoon Rolinctt
this slight favor : " Have the kindness
to tend us your postofficc." If we
were Simeon wc would refuse to accede
to this request.
What blatherskite is George Fran
cis Train ! He is now humbugging the
people of the southern cities and may
be cipected at Cairo. His latest dodge
is a campaign paper entitled 7hc Train
The "next etato fair," says the
Springfield llrgittcr, "will not bo held
'at that point "meaning Du Quoin.
Well, who cares ? The northern and
central parts of the state do not know
how to appreciate Egypt, and threw
cold water on the last fair because it
was in Southern Illinois. They wade
it a very distinguished failure, and may
now have their own way about it.
When Egypt wishes a state iair she
will get up one herself and run it in her
A few years ago only about a dozen
democrats occupied scats in the house
of the congress of the United States ;
now one hundred and three democrats
confront one hundred and thirty repub
licans in the house, while seventeen
democratie senators arc watcbfu of the
movements of fifty-six republicans, in
whose ranks tho seeds of discord are
working to the advantage of the democ
racy. This is not, to democrats, a dis
couraging statement, and if they had
more hope, confidence and rim, and
less of passivism, they would soon wipe
out entirely obliterate tlie radical ma
jority in congress and in the nation.
Clara Louisa Keli.ooo has been,
since her infancy, a musical prodigy.
When but nino months old and yet in
arms, eIic essayed to sing a tunc that
had pleaded licr baby lanoy, aud ao
compltsliing the first part, but failing
to turn it correctly, wlie Htoppcd, and
was not heard to attempt it again till
just before the completion of the year,
when she broke out in a triumph and
sang the whole air through. At two
years old certain songi would occasion
nhemjia ui' happy (caw, and some other
music was not to bo played or sung iu
the house on aecouut of tho nervous
paroxysms into which it throw her.
Mn. A. J. Aldkn has (the usual ex
pression is) " retired " from the publi
cation of the Pulaski Patriot. Alden
is a good fellow, but rather restless. He
is a business bird, flying constantly
from one place to another. Hqrc ho
alights, feathers his nest by a bonus
from political friends, and then spreads
his wings again. If Davis, of tho Sun ,
were not in A. J.'s way he would cer
tainly lom tug wings in Cairo for awhile ;
but ho would Cud the kind of radicals
he works upon scarce in Cairo, and
rather poor picking. However, A. J.
is rather venturesome and may set
tie in Cairo, Davis to the contrary not
withstanding. If he docs, he -will
fare badly. Davis can beat him
starving, and we can live on a crumb
and magnify it into a loaf.
The Wends of Mr. Wm. II. Kvarts,
who aspires, with some reason, to bo
the leader of the " reform party - have
ueu a circular stating the obvious
notive oi President Grant in appoint
luc him n I,n t - .
Geneva commission, and the motives
wmcn induced Mr. Evarts to accent
e appointment. The president, so
.uo circmat uteris, feared Mr. Kvarts
-was atraid the reformers would nom
.v jur president n 1R7 ...!
thought to "wipe him out" by ."ending
him to Kurope. Mr. Evar.s saw
in ougu.ne mile game, and after con
Bultanon with frWvwia .
elusion that the jiorttton of counselor o
"c vuuiiuiBsion woum uting him c
piciously before the country and
crease his chances of obtaining tl
Prudential chair. Disinterested Grant
patnotio Kvarts I
A I'Euson by tho uamo of S. A.
Ilodgman writes a letter to tho Central
, - 'i "iiicniijK DiH in-
aicuatton rculii,. r. , .
i'.m,0i oi. Louis, cxrircssirif 1.1. ?
lt;V ad'nt,: "PWiuai oi
asRertion that the
Lo,d w not the incendiary who p,
v..w, uihi uou Kinuiea th0 flttU
and should bo th&nkcd by the tsuflere
"Auev ,sor God," wiys Ilodgman,
-.l'ud.1.1 tbat comos hat source
This is a very comfortable belief, but the
Lord would be ry unreasonable if lie
were to require .tny sensible person to
believe it. Misfortune may be received
with resignation, b it not with thank
fulness. We may be thankful for the
Ic'fon misfortune teaches, but no human
being was over tlm kful for tb which
he was anxious to not receive .Such a
a belief is against ''nature," Job and
all the meek people of the past, and
Ilodgman, of tho present, to the con
Tin: AhUne for January 1872 is
now upon our table. It has become
fashionable to praise this periodical,
and even if it wore not true that to bo
out of the fashion is to bo out of the
world The Bulletin would bo com
pelled to add its voice to the chorus of
applause. There is no rival of The
AMi'nc in America. It overtops all
other illustrated periodicals stands
among them at least a head and shoul
ders taller. The present numbor is a
'now departure" and worthy of nil
commendation. The paper, matter and
illustrations aro nil better than they
were in tho volume of the present year.
The frontispiece, "A Vcnitian Festival,"
is a perfect pioturo of its kind ; tho il
lustration, "Maud Mullcr,"a jewel of the
pencil's power ; tho "Nooning," in its
naturalness unapproachable : " A
Tropic Forest," fine boyond our
power to describe. Tho pub
lishers should have tho support of
every public spirited citizen, and we
hope Cairo may bo well represented on
the subscription books of The Aldine,
Terms 85.00 per year. For circular
and particulars address James Sutton
k Co., 23 Liberty St., New York.
Sin Charles Wentwoiitii Dilke,
whoso vigorous attacks on British roy
alty have lately attracted much atten
tion, is the owner .of tho London Athe
ncum and was born in 1843. In 18G7-8
he traveled through the United States,
India and Australia, and the result was
an able work,cntitled " Greater Britain,"
published in 1868. At the general elec
tion in the autumn of 18G8, ho was
elected member of parliament for Chel
sea, which had been recently created a
parliamentary borough. lie stood a
severe contest, his opponent on the con
servative sido being Dr. W. II. Russell,
of " Bull Hun " notoriety. In 18C9 lie
succeeded to tho title. Sir Charles
Dilke has taken his side in politics
among tho band, few but bold, who ad
vocatc extremely liberal principles. He
has spoken often and well in parliament,
particularly during the session of 1871,
and, being nowbut little more than twen
ty'oight yonrn old, may ho oonuUurad
ono of the most rising young mon of tho
day. His recent exposure of tho cost
(85,000,000 n year) of royalty in Eng
land has brought him before the pub
lic in bold relief, and he makes no se
cret of his wish to see tho monarchy
abated and a republic established iu
Tin: New-York Sun has taken tho
name of tho great and good Horace
Greeley from its " mast head " and
" flung to tho breeze " the following
NATIONAL IIBFORU TICKKT.
For President :
LYMAN Tit UM DULL,
SAMUEL J. TILDEN,
Tho issues of the campaign arc stated
by the Sun to be
I. Ono term of office for tbo president.
and no more; the constitution to bo
amended to secure this reform.
II. Doth Gruntism and Tweed is in to bo
AbolUlicd in national ntl'iiirs by laws for
tho tummnry punishment of prescnt-Wk-
ini; arm unuo-iiinin as well as or public
ill. universal ainiiBsty una restoration
of political rights to all persons concerned
n me mio reueiiion.
IN.ltBform in tho civil service, so
thut uppoinmunt to ofu;e will no longor
depend on party pstronage, and cannot
bo used as a means of corrupting the po
ntic oi inu country anu perpetuating un
worthy men in high jilacosj and so that
the president cannot appoint his own re-
uticnt or ttioso oi nit wile to any otllco
V. Itnform of tho revenue : reduction in
tho numbor of rerenuaoUlcers and the nx-
pente of collcctlngduties and taxes ; fixed
(ularias for all rovenuo officers j tho aboli
tion of import duties on all the necessaries
or lite, and the rrauction or other duties
to a consistent, rational, and modarato sys-
vein; tno aooiuion oi unconstitutional and
tuperfluous internal taxes, leaving only
mums, louacco, ana aistiuea spirits as tno
I. lfUlfttInn fn nrnvnnt. fliA Uvv rf
oi sucn taxat on.
" upon cierks and otuer public
ollicers for party political purposes, and
1.1. ..I..." ........... . j .
lor me summary punishment alike of
tnose wno demand and those who pay such
JHEJNew-lork Tribune has taken
a new departure and declares an fol
In our nivn pinriti.. o ...
... - v.m n i,al unoii cor
ruption and rascality In office has been
inaugurated m our ctty, whereby tho
reform M r0UBh an lnltlftl triumph of
t...t ; . . ub ucuii tot-
unttctn. i. . wm most sangu no
.I1. eortaln that
i it. iu inaugurated
' '11. ,.8r"' Ue circumscribed
v.ufcj ui iuv Titirtv l,.. ii .
L . '? u"l'l to be foil hi evc?y
part of the union, rebuking venality,
pot ng robbery, wresting power from'
melons by trade, and confiding It int
wi ni .11 anrt fit. a., in .. 1.J i. ... . .
beneficent and vitally needed reform, the
Tribune will dovoln Hi Lft mi.,,!..' ...
gardless of personal Interests or party'iirj.
. iCr V"tce,nlfB tho choice nf lIo!ifc(t
"" loonico as or all newce
parturesthci most essential and auspicious
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY,
will not square with its precepts. It haB
been tho habit of certain journals of
tho Tribune class to harp long and very
loudly about the corruption and degen
eracy of the radical party and then to
support its candidates and thus render
efficient labor to continue the very
abuses complained about. There is no
honesty in these papers. They are pesti
lent sheets and inflict more harm upon
the democratic party than all the honest
republican papers in tho country. Fool
ish democrats believe them, place con
fidence in their professions of a desire
for reform and Bay : " Let us unite with
' these men ; " but at tho moaent the
alliance of these good talkers and sinful
actors would bo effective they leave
their domocratio friends and go ovor to
the radical corruptionists, saying, " The
' timo is not yet ; wait a little longer."
Democrats who put confidence in the
professions of the so-called liberal re.
publicans lean, wo fear, on a broken
I From the Blale nefister.
The best evidence of tho mccesi of the
liberal roform movement of " honest men
acainit thlovcs." in tho next residential
oleution, is manifest by the nnennlnes of
tno radical press About tins matter. The
Journal names tho Quincy Herald, Peoria
Democrat, Chicago Times and Cairo Bui.
i.eti.v, as not being on tho lidt of honest
mon in this fight. That sheet hat tho
cheek to count these papers on Its side, es
pecially as they are of the democratic per
suasion in politics.
Tho meaning of the above remark of
tho Register is not entirely clear to us.
If that paper intends to intimate that
those papers who will not go with it
into the practice of tho weak political
dodge of " passivism " are not the allies
of the enemies of tho official robbers it is
extremely insolent. The Bulletin,
(and we believe we can speak thus for
the democracy of Egypt), is anxious to
to purge tho democratic party of
Tammanyites, whether they abide in
New-York or Springfield, and is willing
to join hands with republicans who may
be shocked by the rascalities, robberies
and usurpations of their party and de
sire reform, but The Bulletin is not
willing to surrender to a few sore-headed
radical politicians, and, in order to have
tho blessed privilege of voting for them,
admit before the world that democracy
is treason and corruption and is not en
titled to the confidence of the people.
The Register, which,. it must permit us
to say, is in tho habit of going to bed
too lato and getting up too early, may,
if it wishes, go off and wander after this
i7Hi fatuus this weak device of de
spondent politicians to deceive the peo
ple who cannot be caught by such chaff
but it has no right to intimito that
other papers, not as impetuous, are not
of tho Iiono.it mon who lira combatting
tho thieves. Tho Register, in 1SG8,
read The IJi'lletin out of tho party
because it would not, without grimaces,
swallow Pendleton and his greenback
fallacy and believed that wise policy
required the democratic party to nomi
nate a man like Chase, and now the
Register would read us out of the com
pany of honest men bcoauso we do not
believe it to bo either politic or patri
otic to abandon the democratic organ
ization and surrender bodily to a faction
of the republican party which has not
yet asked us to join hands with it and
which is never weary of abusing us.
Speaking about the Cairo and Vin
cenncs railroad, the Pulaski Patriot, of
November 10th, uses the following lan
Wo confess wo liavo little confidence In
gentlomcn who act with liurnsldo in this
matter, yet wo trust tho creditors will bo
pationt a llttlo wnile, and if it turns out
that llioy have no rights which tho
"bosses'' are bound to respect, let them
unite in ii movemont to socuro their de
mands, even at tho expense of tho good
names ot nurd, iiaiiiduy and Kaur.i.
In this paragraph is tho essence of
distilled meanness. The gentlemen at
whom tho finger of suspicion is here
pointed arc not very warm friends of
ours, and have not often retained from
us their disapprobation of our course
on most questions of local public poli
cy, and neither of them has compli
mented us by his confidonce on this or
any other tmbject ; but we denounce tho
intimation of unworthy conduct in
cither of them iu regard to the C. Si V.
railroad as founded on no basis on
which oven a suspicion might bo built
by any intelligent or fair-minded mau.
Messrs. Ilalliday and Hurd have spent
thousands of dollars out of their private
purses, and many months of their vnl
uablc time, to secure the construction
of the Cairo and Vincennes road, and
have never received one cent of it back,
or an equivalent for it of any kind, ex
cept the very questionable ono of a
uenso of duty woll done. Being enter
prising citizens of Cairo, dosiring tho
up-building of the city knowing, of
courso, that in the prosperity of this
community their prosperity is wrapped
they entered into this enterprise
heartily, and m its miscarriage have been
chagnued aud disappointed, And now,
to liavo an ignorant pcraon, who has
spent neither timo nor monoy in this
enterprise, talk about uaorificing tho
"good uamo" of those gentlemen by
inducing parties to whom tho contrao-
tors owo money to sue thoso contrac
tors, is at ouco tho highth of foolish
ues, and, as wo have said bofore, tho
in this C, & V.railro id matter, have mer
ited the thanks, not tho abuse, of the peo
ple of Cairo and of all tho counties
along the lino of tho road, and the snmo
may and should bo said of Gen. Raum.
Bs&. Petroleum V. Nasby thus describes
how he conceived tho character which has
mpdo him famous: "In 1801 I was In
Uancock county, Ohio. I had determined
upon a scries of letters tho year previous.
It was In the spring of 18GI I wroto my
first letter. The subject was secession, and
I worked up a mock artlolo about tho se
cession of Crawford county, Ohio. It was
in typo when tho first battle oi Dull Kun
occurred. I didn't think It advisablo
then, the wholo country being in mourn
ing, to publish it, and held tho letter till
fall. About this time my second letter was
written. All tho border stales democracy
wero howling about tho groat
Influx of negroes which the war would
cauio. They said they wouldn't work and
must go to the poorhouso or jails, and thus
be a burden to.the community. There was
ono fellow named Ftennor, who lived In
the town of FIndlay. Ho didn't work him
self, and his family were supported by tho
township; and yet ho howled tho loudest
of them all. I met him one day with a
petition against tho negroes, which he was
getting signed, and tnado it tho basis of a
letter, In which I published Mr. Flenner's
name. I produced this in the Hancock
Jtffersoman, which I was running at tho
time. It had a sudden and crcat nonular
ity all over tho country; and it was In this
gradual manner that Mr. Nasby was born
Poor Fleoner, I think he died in tho ono
hundred days' service, from Inducing gan
grcno by scratching nsore foot with a nail,
In order to avoid duty."
The Chicago .Vim attacks Carbon-
dalo and threatens Governor Palmar, un
der the heading: "Attempt to Play Small
Potatoes," In this way: "About the
smallest piece of attempted financial
flunkeylsm that we havo recently heard of
is tho action of the village of Carbondale
In trying to back down from the normal
university matter. It first secured tho lo
cation of the institution within Its limits
through a generous bid, and then, finding
that it had bartered for a very largo-sired
elephant, incontinently receded and cried
out for some one to take tho huge animal
off its hands. Like n generous and fath
orlv old gentleman, as he certainly is,
Governor Palmer now steps forward and
proposes that tho state of Illinois shall ac.
cept the university, assume the debt and
proceed to build the institution and put it
into operation. If the slate does any
such thing, then the state Is a bigger fool
than wo give any state credit for being,
Carbondalo agreed to erect tho university,
worked hard to get the contract, and now
let Carbondalo mako a great effort and
accomplish what it once thought it could
accomplish. Governor Palmer does not
want to put his foot into this muddle any
dcopcr than ho already has it immersed
and the pcoplo of Illinois nro perfectly
content that tho villago of Carbondale,
rondorcd famous by being the residenco of
Gen. John A. Logan, should go on with
its building until the university slml! be
fait accompli I !''
Cfiy A much-needed bill has been intro
duced into tho house of the general as
sembly, being that of Mr. Mcrritt of
Marion, to quiet tho title to property
where records of samo were destroyed by
tho lulo fire in Chicago. Tho speedy pas
sage of this law will relievo many honest
property owners of a great deal of unneces
sary annoyance, anxiety and expense, and
cannot fuil to take a vast amount of busi
ness out of the hands of legal shysters and
land sharks. The bill provides that any
party having any interest or claim in
property whose records havo been destroy
ed, or any number of them, may filo
their bill in equity, in tho naturo of a bill
to quiet title, in any court of any jurisdic
tion in such locality, to establish tho same.
It is required to describe properly and
mako all or any of tho persons in adverse
interest parties to the suit. On n hearing
of such causo, any papers or evidence
primary, secondary or presumptive, in
however rcmoto degree, in full, in brief, or
abstract, shall bo admissible. Decrees in
such cases shall bo final and conclusive,
after reasonable timo from tho making
thereof and publication of samo in a news
paper in the locality; and un order of the
court finding shall bo sufficient, final and
concluiivo, except for fraud shown.
jBDrTlio Bosten Commonwealth tolls as
follows why J. Q. Adams wasn't re-elected
to tho lcglslaturo from Quincy: "Being
in tho apothecary storo of a faithful adhe
rent, just bofore election, the latter, in the
freedom of political friendship, suggested
that soma of tho townsmen objected to tho
froo ways of their candidate In gunning,
fishing, yachting, etc., on Sunday. 'Per
haps you share tho objection, Doctor?'
bluntly asked the young statesman, who
had counted the improbability of 'ever oc
cupying any considorablo public office,' as
his letter to Mrs. Stono Indicated. ''Why
yes, I think I do, somewhat,' said tho de
liberate dispenser of pills and potions.
'Then they can go to (a place his
frionds all their lives havo been trying to
avoid,) and yeu with them for all I carol'
answered tho scion of a great hnuso. The
invitation was heralded abroad, but ais
fellow Democrats wont to tho town hall in
stead; and gallant Jack Adams wasn't
representative any more."
SfSuThe Pittsburgh papers speak of an
Invention to rid that smoky city of its
greatest nuisance. A man there has
invented a small Iron apparatus, which it is
said, when attached to stoves, ranges, and
other objocts where wood and coal aro used,
consumes all tho smoko and gas generated,
not a particle of tho vapor escaping
through tho chlmnoy. Tho Inventor also
claims that, as no soot is made, it will be
impossible for chimneys t j catch lire, and
a reduction of insurance rates will bo tho
tST Governor Safford, of Arlaona, In
his letter to the Alia California, criticising
tho Colyer system of treating' Apaohes
DECEMBER 5, 1871.
are fed, and submit to their depredations
ns we do submit to them.
Sfijr At tho marrtago of an elderly fe
male lately in church tho organist played
the well-known hymn beginning,
"This It hcusjr 1 long hnTc touRlit
Aud mourned Lecnure I loua i It not,"
on the entrance of tho bridal party.
tSTEx-Oovcrnor Swann, of Maryland,
is said to bo engaged in a movement to
bring out Lyman Trumbull and Charles
Francis Adams as candidates of the con
servatives and democrats to defeat Grant.
165" General Forrest's brother has been
tried in Texas for murder, and acquitted
on tho ground that he was first shot down
himself, and returned tho fire In self-de
F. 8. M Ulllt AY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS KKMOVED MOU rr.RRT I10VSK
BRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
orroniTK wintkb'h block,
TE has greatly imprornd bis stock, and hu
i i now on nauu ui ainas oi
FENDENTB, HALL LlOItTS,
Q LODES, SHADES, ETC.
HE HAS MARKED DOWN PRICES
To the lowest llrint; fljruriti, and he Inritea the
patronage or me public
DOORH, hANIf , ETC I
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TENTH STREET,
Dooms, Nab,RllnU. 9f onldlnara,
Knve Clutter, (wood) Window anil Uooj
Frame, Flooring, Lain,
NlilnRlm, Clnird Naah, Glazed Side
I.lBlitn, CJlnztd Transoms,
Nanh Weight, Nnah I'nlllc and Cord
mind FnNtenlnRN, Hoofing
Fall. Itoonuir Oment, I'laatrrln
Taper, Carpet Felt, While
Lend, Llned Oil, American Windo
GIhni, rncllnli nndFrcncIs
IMnle Jla. IMitty, Ulnzlcr'a Point
Kevrer l'lpo Patent Cblmneya
F.le., Etc., Kir
GENTS lor Rock Hirer Paper Company
XJL nneaimnE ten ana truant Yemeni.
It. V. John's ImprorcJ Hooting always
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. II ANN Y.
S T K I P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
nia KntlreNtoek Jfow Cloalssar Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TU ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
PARKER Si BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pull', Dentine, Gnoollne,
And the celebrated illuminatinx
nnoss' iiuildino, con. 11tii.lt. a com-
w. u. iionnis,
Ui rt. CANKER
ro. rub. and U.S. Cc-b.
FIRE, UULL, OAKGO, LIVE STOCK,
Asset I3.MS.6M t7
WORTH AMIBICA, PA.,
Assets ,7S3,eoo ov
Assets. I.m.llO 7
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Ansel..... .'..U ! loe.w
Assets MJ,7S II
Assets M5.27I 4.1
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO..
Assets KO.000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Atet .JO,WJO,000 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets 1.M0.000 X
RAILWAY rASAEN'QERS ASSURANCE
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
I IT S TJ I? .A. IT O El
NIAOAKA, N. T.,
OERMANIA, N. T.,
Assets l.OM.ni 7S
HANOVER, N. T.,
Assets - - IM.SeS 00
REPUItLIC. N. T.,
Asset - .714.12J 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency,
YONKEIlft, N. Y.,
Asset S78,4e4 l
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CITORK. Dwellinex. Furniture. Hulls and Car
IO goes, Insured at rates i fnvorttble as aound.
permanent eecurity win warrant.
I resnectlully aalc ot the cltiteas of Cairo,
anare-oi ineir pairone.
c. nr. iicuiie
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Christian Union 3 60
To each aubscr.bertothe A'vtniny Aind Chrii
tian Union tor one year will be sent two exquisite
French Oil Chro-nos, entitled "Wide Awake" and
"Fast Asleep," which are worth at retail (10 for
TRY IT 1 TRY IT II
For 24 cents w wilt send the Weekly Evening
l'ost from nvw until January I, or lor 60 cents we
will send the aeml Weekly Tost during the same
Specimen numbers of the Evening Post sent
WM, C.URYANT, A CO.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
A'so, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
iCOTCH AND IRISH WUIIKIE8
0 I N B,-
Port, Maderla, Sherry nd CtRb Wines
Tk SMYTH A CO. sell excluilvelr for cash, te
XV. whicli fact they invite the ecpecial atten.
COMMISSION AND FOaWAIlDIKU.
'"j." "m! ,' i'iiiLLirs & co.,
(fluccs'ori to E. B. Hendricks A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advances Ir.i iipeo,
Are prepared to receive, store am orwartl
irrigmi to an points anu iiuj ait.
sell on cooieaissloa.
"Business attended to promptly
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc..
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
68 Ohio Lryee, CAIRO, ILUS.
CLOSE Si VINCENT.
X23A.IjEI2,S I2ST HUE
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Cferaer Klsrhtsa lltreot mm Ohio Lcveo
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO
No. 64 Ohio Levee,
H. M. IIULEN,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
Z. D. MATH CM.
E. C. CUI.
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
COM MISSION M E It C H A NTS,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
No. 4 OHIO
Bttvtn Fwrih Siilh Sti.,
W. Miration. T H'ld
STRATTON Si BIRD,
(Successors toBtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
avAgents of American rowder Co., and man.
ufscturers agents for cctton yarn' p
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Successor to Farker FhilJis,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEV KB
NO. 180 WASHINGTON. AYNUE
Baa on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
;clooks, je.wblr.T, aro.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Hie Co.
Partnership hereioforo existing between W. II.
Thomas, E. W. Green and O. M, Alden, under
the firm name of Thomax, Oreen Alden, ha
this day been dissolved, by the mutual consent
of all the parties ceucerned. The business wilt
hereafter bo conducted by W. II, Thoanas and O,
M, Alden. under the firm name of Thomax 4c
Allien, ir wnom an the luini.i oi the niis tun