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THE CAIRO DAILY BULlEfflN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1871.
I'll ACTIOA L WA TCI I M A K KK.
NO, M WASHINGTON AVKNIIK
Uaa on hand
A FINK STOCK OF WATCHES,
JCLOCKS? JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention g'lrcn lo
REPAIRING FINE WATCH
The largest stock et
GOLD AND SILVER HATCH hb
II tat cirr.
JOHN II. OBKIILT, Kdllor nd Publisher:
Ksidat Mornino, Dec. 8, 1871.
T or tiu DiiLr Iliatitis
O.t wl(i crrif r
Une Ttsr bj carrier, in niWance lu
iionlli, b Mill,
TlieJ month., tl X
a t inonlhii .'. 4 ''
j n ytt s 1,1
ITi omrtitvnptro) Aluamkrwuntu a,l of t.,c,ty of
uuro; rn njnriiirtiif.ui 11 ouuinern imnmii
oirtiI'au'flJltirna; gmnZ, but IcarUtt out'
ipftktn on nil $Wijrtt$ oj Interctt w tht ;uwir ;
untk alnrpt awl inei fauna circulation, the Ilutle
tin tolieitt the patrvnwjtut intdliguxt rtaJtrt and
tnurpntinQ ounntAt men.
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY 11ULLKTIN
John U. Olicrly k Co. nate reduced the ub- I
crl(ion price of the Weekly Cairo llullet'.n lu I
on couar per imnjm. making it the cheapeat pa-
alexin is n icrvcni aumirci ui
OuVKl.oiiAS.it U said, intends tire-
tnt'trw. to Mr. Win Svkc n (Il.r'mtmim
O J I
gift, the wliicii in to W-OUvo'h ,W.
Blackmas, independent candidate
for mayor of Pittsburgh has been elect
ed over Morgan, republican, by 1,271
The bill lately introduced in the Illi
nois legislature, the main features of
which arc to provide for tho punish
ment of landlords who rent property
lor the purposes of liquor trade, and
to make liquor sellers who make hus
bandaand sons drunk, rcspousiblo to
tho wives and mothers of the parties,
bids fair to bo a very popular measure.
Ben Buti.eii's tender toes have been
trod upou already in congress, lie
imagined himself entitled to bo placed
on the committee on military affairs,
instead of which he is i-ccond on the
judiciary and first on thu revision of
the laws of the United Stales, which
isn't looked upon as much of a com
mittee cither. Ben, it is said, feels and
looks like a martyr iu consequence.
ThoSt.IiOtli ITt'm portineiil)y ny :
" It appears from the returns of the
' late election for congrespiniin.ut lurge
' in Illinois, that had the full democrat
1 ie voto of lust year been brought out,
' the democracy would have elected
' Hayes by at least hevuii thousand ma
'jority. That conveys u pretty fair
' inkling tif what passivism would
' bring us to, if the policy was genurally
'adopted. If democrats will not turn out
' and vote when they have a candidate in
' the field, with a good show for elec
1 tion, what is to be expected when they
1 have no candidate at all to support?
' Is it at all. likely that any republican
f 11. tii
canuiuato wo.uiu uo auio to rouse
' them from their apathy, when a live
1 demosrat cau't do it?"
- mo-LiiHoago trttmnr calls on tlie
mi . ii ... . . ..
senate of the Uuited States, as u tie
cent thing to do, to restore Mr. Sum
ner to the chairmanship of the com
mittec on foreign relations. It cli
tion to thefenatois not couched in very
gentle terms, an though having secu
the futilily of efforts to coax, it had
made up its mind to drive that body.
But tho Tribune and all the other so
called conservative papers may as well
give in to the administration now they
will do so eventually. They may call
Simon Cameron n thief and ai-pert that
the high dignitaries of thu radio il party,
removing Sumner, put in his place a
man " who, nino years ago, out of def-
' ereoco to popular indignation was Lick-
'ed oul of Lincoln's cabinet," and that
this change' was effected " through a
' system of fraud and bribery no less ue-
1 firious than that of Tammany," aud
they may imply that president Grant
was a party to the disgraceful out-
'.Vago". It won't work. General Grant
has a fettled, albeit rather provoking
hulit especially provokiug to radical
newspapers who essay to ofTer well-
meant advice to tho administration of
( ' ganging W, ain gait." But nlthough
ho does- not boWu to the party lash
himself, ho docs iu hesitate to apply it
to others. Tbcchauc aro that he will
not favor the restoration 0f Sumner
ml that the fccnato will follow his wish-
os in tho matter. If .Fish leave the
cabinet, there is a bare possibility that
Uraut may graciously signify his willing-
. to.jee Smuuer in his former pogi.
tion, otherwise Caacron will not bo ro-
t wuredr we mo no prophet. Inthcee
, nuttcrjv.ducretior, i th(J but(cj. f f
i.l.1.0i,?"Ad.'"i,'atUfH;J raJi"l journal!
.ttltoWdjr . better- if they
keep'their dissatisfaction locked In their
-J A rIorter bas interviewed tho
York, imj (Uncovered wlmt becomes of the contnlnt many rich things mid is bcntill
scrnps: "When I hnvo "uuu " i iiiuy
wlmt do you do with Iho '"0,i ,v"lc" f, llslior nnnotiticci llint In tho next uum
lcit untouched lMTC,3 " , bar
" Well, it i all llcn Into tno -sorting iQn
room. Th,.iiitici.c.i portions nro "M tt10
Into tho WWIien to i.e unrincu m .u. . chariMjnf, . fy ,, ,c boVJ nnJ g,r)s
mrvn.nts-t..lIe. Tho remnnnts nrc co- will bo delighted with It. Published bv
J,V,-I nn.l soici loom i in... "'" .,.,.
1 io on the Uowcrv." " What doei old
'I'lMilllngton do with tliiiiii!' "Ho nr-
runic them and sells them to poor people, I
win tiiinelnlo lilsshonto buy 10 cents
cents' worth at a time." " Then
tWn;: is wasted?" " No. nothing. The try
very MUli water' is collected in a vat I
the oil on tlio top is skimmed on" and
mveij. ' " Can this filthy greasa bo made I be
pure?" "Yes, purified till It l as white
t i i i
SST The Fond du Lac Daily is respon-
tblo for the following : " A Olcnbeulah
husband has been working at Negaunco,
Mich., for sumo months. A week or so
.1 oo lie whs taken dangerously tick. Ho
M-i.t f.ir his wife, in Olonboulnli. to como
it oticn and care for him. Now the wifu's
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mowiur is mch, too, ana sue sum inn ui-
paid, lo lier languishing nusuanu :
Dear 1 im, mutlier is sick j I can t leave
lur. Do tho beil V0U Can. If you die AV'
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. i mr winuow iintuu urn c or in-uoor orna-
,n .it.,t Mf...inL.. rr,, ... ...J... , , ,
to tlio Church of Jtotuo is announced. I
The now "vert" it tho Marquis of Bath
Thynnc, whose fumlly
from tliotlmo of King
dates its ancestry
j0jin 0rdshlp has long bcon in tho
1,p..,.,. I nf rtiiinlltm un.1 h...
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inmln t lin romninilnr rif hi Imirnnv. Hn I
U)c palron of ckvcn Uvln in the
Church of KnL'land.
BQX Mr. Peter orontofl, ono of tho
ul1 ru) G""- Duke Alexis, lolicitous
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I himself in tho Jefferson Market police
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court tho other morning. Justice Sliand,
ley took compassion on tho poor fellow,
and discharged him with a caution against
being "struck " in that way ngain.
toy Married ladies aro interested in a
recent decision rendcrod by tho court in
Now York, which is, that a married wo
man in that State cannot involvo her hus
band in liabilities for contracts underta
ken by herself. Husbands need not bo an
noyed by bills of interminable length for
fumiilo extravagance, if they profcrto tako
rcfugo behind the law.
Br A recent decision of tho supremo
court of tho United States, confirming tho
tax titles made by tho United States lax
commissioners to purchasers of lauds, will
bring untold distress to thousands iu the
south. Tho loss fails heavily on widows
and orphans principally. Urant had n
deep meaning when lit packed thu highest
court of tho land.
fair Mr. Joseph Medill, having been
elected to tho ollleu of Mayer of Chicago,
anil intending to give hU wholo liuio to
the duties of tho position, bus resigned li is
euitiir'ml connection with thu Chicago
'JViLuHf, timli ro.iifimtioii to continue dur
ing the period of his udministrution.
Kay A circular signed by AVado Hamp
ton and others, committee on behalf of the
Soutlt Carolina politic il prisoners, is be
ing distributed in that State, asking that
tho sum of $10,000 ha rai'od by subscrip
tion to pay counsel engngod for their de
Bo)" If Selielii'k U recalled for dab
bling lu Utah miiiuntlK, wlmt shall be dono
about the rroi.lc itial operations in Sen
ecu t(iuu? Cincinnati Vummereial:
Why, "recall ' him ion, according to
most loyal journals. lloetou 7W.
EaST During tho present year twelve
Swiss guides have been loit by climbing
thu Alps ii larger number than lias boon
lo.'t, it is said, in any one year since 1853.
Seven of them pcr'udod from avalanches,
and three from fulling into erevaiies.
tQr Sumo of tho Wisconsin papers es
tluiatu that four hundred square miles o
territory in that Stale were burned over
by the recent lire. In this truck wuro
four hundred farm, a rid not u building
wui. left tiiiiiiiiii; on any of tlium.
I'.fji. .Montreal lu now added to the list
of disappointed cities. The recent census
gives her u population of only 107,'J2o,
and khu cIh'iiiumI to liuve at least 1)0,000.
B& Nellio (Jrunt will not enter society
this winter, but lu r cousin, MUs Maggio
Dent. i to make her debut, and will havo
a party given her at tho White home.
l&y" Madamu Carlotta I'uttl Ulster of
tin; prima donna) and M. Vieuxtemps
have been giving conceits at Iladcn-lladon
with groat succes.", recontly.
8oy Jenny I.ind's husband U about to
suo all Ameriean editors wlio reported
liliu us a spendthrift, for llbol,
Pa)" Alexis siiould bo contont. He hns
given his name to a paper collar.
BSy Teams aro crossing tlie Missouri
river on thu ico at Omaha.
Til K MAUAZIXKS AND I'eitIOPICAI.8.
Tte yort't-'enlern Farmer, of Indi
anapolis, Indiana, fur December, Is the
finest yet issued, Tlio tuble of contents is
the fullost and must attractive wo huro
jot seen, and tho illustrations are more
numerous than iu any previous number,
Tlio salutatory and editorials of Dr. A.
Furnas, the new associate editor, are
sound and practical, and the editorial notes
are full and Instructive. Tlio puzzles and
ihott sketches, for the young folk, form an
important addition to tho merits of this
valuable rural magazine which must be
come the favorite journal of all wostern
farmori. l'rieo, tlrj u.r4
Tht Little CVryionW was routed, not
conqucroJ, In the grout fire, and tho Do
cember number hai come to hand ut frosh,
sparking and vigorous 11s ever It con
tains a full page il'iusrtution by Thomas
Nait, the prince of artUU, und among the
fcrtlcles wo notice one from Horace Greeley,
illustrated inroiignoiii. inu inu
will begin the SoOO prize story, writ
j)V Icle c "Weeks, a nolcd wriler for
young. This will no doubt bo n
K Ml1lr. I!l.lnnff.v III
Hit Lakeside Monthly, with tho Jnnuary
number, cntors upjn its fourth year and
lovcnth volume. It is the onlv literary
magazine in the great interior of the coun
and as such has n field peculiarly its
own and In which It has met with excel
lent success. The January number will
a "Firo Number" entirely devoted to
complete and comprehensive ascount of
nnitrnai i n nnifA k irn a n imhAP ni u'm i
wb..... .... ......... w.
known writers liavo united in proparing
this memorial number which Will bo a re
liable and complete record of the Arc, well
worthy of preservation. The torms of tho
Laketidt are : One copy,one year, $3.00ln
advance. Address tho University Tub-
tUlilnrr C. V in AVo.t n,1nln1, .troAt.
o i i
The Lad;Qs Floral Cabinet and Pielonal
Companion, is a new and beautiful
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uuwura irum vne uower garaen, ana plants I
ombelliihcd with many exqulsito illuslra- I
Hons of hanging baskets, and cozy home
scenes ; its tltlo is engraved in the most
ornamental style, and is very attractive,!
the wholo being printed and arranged in
inner nr ilv ii. Tt.n lmlloi 1 1 .l.IU1,e,1
wllli It na It tnllt fK nm nil o V aii ilAwnv
Uecds.bulb. - . lilies, verbena. beddlncnlanU.
namental plants, St., St.
Wherever introduced, we think It can-
t fail to be heartily welcomed as a gen-1
al favorite among all flower lovers; or at
Ulliwiiu ui IIUWUT lUVVIBi
-'"S -mpanion for every pari
.,,, ., rm.t. ! .- --. l l-
l vi. , . . .
I paper of its kind in America and tlie aub-
scripiion price is out lb cents a year.
Address Henry T. "Williams. Editor The
Horticulturist, 0 Bcekman street, Now
THE CA.NNIUALS IN MISSOURI,
I from 11 e Hi. JosdI. HeraM.1
lu our last iisue we briefly announced
tlu arrival in St. Joseph of sovcral na
tives ot tlio i-cjeo Islands, regular man
eaters. Tho proprietor yesterday offered
tho highest (Fecjee) market prico for a lot
of twenty or moro fine fat babios, in or
dor to L'ivo the straceers a L'ood snuaro
meal, but could find no mothers having
spare children in good condition for tho
spit; tucn, too, tno com snap operated un
favorably upon our visitors. Fearing
that, the Feejceani would dio either
from starvation or cold, the managor bun
dled them up and took the first train for
tho South, promising to visit St. Joseph
sonio tiinu next summor. Tho distin
guished visitors woro four in number.
First in importuneo was tlio Princess
Obavah, a fat, lubberly femalo of about
twcnty-llvo years, tho granddaughter of
tho emperor of two hundred thousand
people. Sho is n christian and has lost
all fondness for human flesh. Then next
in importance came Itablau, n dwarf over
Itltrlf-Uvn von. a r.l.l .. .. .1 ...1., ...... t.l
I high, chief of tlio Hewn tribe. Their
em tuiiijiniiiiiiis wcro Hateu vocu l'ncu,
cliief of tlio town of Iotaga, in tiio Maud
of Ovalati, and Ituleau Masl Moa, chief ir
.. .. . . ...i..
uau, inu main town 111 tlie rejeu Islands.
Tne two gentlemen last named, wero of
middle size, strong limbed and strong
necked, willi a complexion between a cop
per color and a black, with dark, curly
bushy hair. Whilst at thu depot they at
tracted considerable attention. A reporter
of Herald chanced to be at the depot
ut the lime, and Intel viewed thu princess,
who lius sonio smattering of tho English
tongue, and willingly answered ull ques
tions propounded to her. She coiiipluinid
bitterly of the cold, and wondered how
any one could live hero through tlie win
ter. Sho liked a climate where she could
go naked ; despite her conversion to
cliristiunity, her clothes didn't feel com
fortable on her. Shu hud helped to eat
quite a number of tier countrymen, aud
had two or threo lino chops out of
soverai uiuruereu missionaries, uut mat
was before sue was converted to Christian
ity, and alio was now heartily ashamed of
uor eonuuet on tnoso occasions, alio was
surprised to see so many old and helpless
men anu women in America; in i-oojoo
wiiori mo natives occome oiu anu mtlrn.
the young men summarily reloaso thorn
from their earthly troubles by means of a
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wuvui uu n. nu muugiu wio women
here were too luzv. and that the lash would
do them good. In hor native land the
women do all tho work, as it was fit and
proper thoy should. Sho was surnrised.
too, to And that men here had but ono
wife anieco and seemed satisfied. In Feo-
jeo u oig ciitct otton had lour or livo nun.
.1 1 F 1 . . .
urcn wives, anu even men 01 tne most or'
dinnry rank had flvo or six women to do
his work. She then iutrcducod tho rc
porter to tlie dwarf who had eaten nine
teen ministers, all good and pious men, and
had picked his teeth with the bonos of their
innocent offsprings. Ho still maintains a
reumrkiblo loudness for small children,
but sho hopes ho will soon become civil.
ized and christianized. Tho two other
chiefs, sho said, wore honiblo cannibals,
.....i. f .i n. .. ... .. . .. .i
wiwi iiituiiuuio appoiuos lor numun ucsii.
They did not have any great fondness for
white men, althouch thoy had. several
years ago, uuipcu to col some twontv ship.
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"traiu tnuurii. uui iiicir lonuness lor
colored men seemed unabated, and a cu re
fill guard was kept upon thorn whenever u
ludv or gentleman of color chanced in
their presonco. At this interesting stf go
of tho conversation tho train came rmhing
Into tho depot, and tho Fcejeeans hastily
gfbblod up thoir trans and hurriod I ntn
A NKW K1NHOV WALL.
A wall, latoly invented. Is
use in Kugland, the advantago claimed for
which aro tho vorv important om. f.f n...
non-absorbency or moisture, non-conduc-tion
of heat, economy of spaco and a
washable surface and withal cheapness,
Over a framowork of st roncr crrm wlrm
of about one-elchth of an inch (lii..b'
thoro is woven by a powcrfnl pressure
fibrous matter which Is saturate! witb ,
solution that ronders it flro-proof. It is
thon subjoctod to a very powerful pres
sure. A coating of light Scott's cement
s men nut upon it for Inside facing,
md Portland cement for outside fadn...
llv this meant surlaccs nro mado Imnnr.
nieablo to moiituro, smootli, ond easily
washed with water, thui saviiiL' tlin ex.
pense of repeated lime washing. It is
lunnuu imo aisu in iron frames, which
are put together and closely and securely
fastened with bolts. Tho slubs aro from
one and a half to four inehos thick. They
. 1 ...... .1 . . 1 . .
nm luunu u crT ut sujioru paneiine lor
dividing wulls and partitions. "Where
tho space Is or Importance, it has tho ad
vantage, perhaps, over concrete walling,
In enublluc a wall to be made of not more
than ono und a hall or two Inches of
thickness, and yet Its quality is said to
Mont Hticrtftrnl, Foptilar nnil Perfect
01 llio r;rlodnre our wtll.kn.wn
Both are of the alrmieit conttrnctlon, end 10
easily maaageil mat we Kuararuee mem lugim
km no r(M in ih houaehold hn sreatrr In
flue nee In promolloi tlie iieun, comiori ana np-
piness of the family circle limn the cooking
,0T,l X.1? Monomy m well ai policy lo get the
very oem; una in .njinewio
You can rel on etlmc the mot successful, con.
ular and perfect cooZlng loo crer made for
U,,D ,ne tzo.i or n.nu r.
lou are alway, ,re of having Juicy, Tender and
uencious ueei.iaKOS, tn.eKen, nam, v.nopS.
in i r n
Lxcclsior Manufacturing Company,
AND Ai(fj (ve STOVE D At.EIW.
q -yy JJIiJJf DERSON ACnt
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O D &&?2Zfl' Rlfl
Principal Office 101 "W. Fifth St., Cin. O.
THE ONLT RILIABLR GIFT ENTERrRIBE IK
TUK COUNTRY I
To be drawn Monday, January lit, 172.
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
Two Grand Capital Prise
I AT.Q QQQ 15
IN AMKIIOAN UULD!
N AMEUICAN NIIYVEK
Fire pritei of f.1,000; Ten I'rltea ti,00;each
One spaa of Malghed Uoraea, with Family
Carriage and Silrer-mnunted Harneaa
Five Hones IlUKKiei, with Silrer-mounl.
ed llarnesi, worth .. coo
Fire Fine-toned Koaewood 1'ianoi, worth,
23 Kalnilr Hewing Maehiaen, worth, each.... A00
2S0O Gold nndSIWor I.erer KiintliiK Walch-
ea (in all), worth, each, from pVOtoS'iO
Ladlea' Gold Leontlnn Chainn. Gent'n Gold Vet
Chains, Solid and IlouUo.flatvd Silvor Tble
and Teaspoons, I'liolornpli AlDUinn, Jeweliy,ctc,
Whole number gift, 33,000. Ticket! limited to
Agenta wanted to eell Tickets to whom, 'bern;
premiums will lie paid,
iojIo ticketa 12; nix ticketitSlO; twelro tickeU
azu; iwenir.nve tci.
0'"'' f niiniii ull Hat of (iiltea, a de
scription of the mann.r of UrawlnK, mm uiir in
formation inreferenceto tho itlitrihulion, will bo
nentto any one ordering them. AIM letter mutt
beaddrea.ed to I,. U. MINK, liox SO,
orrica, Cincinnati, O.
101 weit cm hi. nor20ilaw&w
WAGON 51 AN UFACTOUV.
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COUNElt 32D-STIIEET AND OHIO I.EVKE
J. I. UAHIILE
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Commercial Avruuc, opiioallt' Klllo
CLOTHING FOlt LADIES' WEAK
Made to order, or Heady. Made.
Has received a full and completo dock of K001I4,
mo 11 nun euiiiiicieai 111 ine tlty. ,n nil
nionno varity ol
RIHHONS, LACES AND FRINGES
aha offers treat iiiducemati to her nitron, and
aU otliera to call onher,exainin tlie prices, utrlei
and quality of her Kooda.
Mrs. Swaudtr, harmg aold her propirlv, will
sell Hie wliole of theae kooU ut and below coal,
How la the time to tiurrhue Cliiutrnai oondii
al the very Ion cut prices.
Dealer ir. all kind of
STAPLE AMD FANCY
mraaer'al TarH aasU Mtablluff
Cor. Wasliiiigtoii-av. and Twcntiotli-st.
0 UN' Kit SIXTH ani AVALNUT-ST
(Enlranco on Hlxthst.,)
K.J. Oak , !
II. C. Ca.lv. i. CINCINNATI rilitn
K. 11, l.odwlck, I
IHIOItN, NANII, ETCl
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13 TENTH STREET,
Doom, Hnti, Bllnda. Mouldlssgi,
frames, Flooring, LMb,
Nhlnglea, Ulmed Snail, Ulaicd Hide
Llgbta, aimed Trnrnoma,
Hnth WelghtH, Naata Pullle and Corda,
Blind Faatenlna;, Rooflaf
Felt, Hooflnir cotnenl, Plattrrlna;
I'nper, Carpet Felt, While
Lead. I.luard oil. American Wlndew
Ola, Kngllali nndFrench
Plate Mann, Putty, Mlaaler'a Poind
Nearer Pipe Patent Chlmnea
Etc., Etc., Kte.
A CENTS lor Itoclc Hirer Paper Companj'o
XI BntauiiDg rcii ana iuarii leiacni.
II. w. Jolin s Improved KoonDjc alwajri on
II Y UOODK.
C. II AN NY.
S T K I Y E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
GH03 G It AIN SILKS,
LAJlllK STOCK OF CARPETING,
UU EnllreNKick Xow 1'lonlna; Uut
VEHY LOW FIOUltES.
COltNKK 8TU ST., AND COUMEBCIAL-AV.,
UAS II ITKHN.
II. T. GEHOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
0a Filler'a and Mumber'a material, Wood
I'iiim is, gione nna angtv rair), nop
cocliH, check VAlrea,etc.
ilo aoikt run
T11IU II rot hem I'ntent Ilry Jna SI ctm
And 3Iorehoue, Well! It Ca'n Automatic Watet
inuicnioraiiu supply valve or ateam boilers.
WINTER'S I1I.OCK, COJIMKRCIAL-AVKNUI
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
flare reopened the
POPULAR MEAT MARKET,
Between Ninth nd Tenth Nlreata,
and will keep constantly on hand the best meata
laughtercil In tho Cairo market. They defy com
petition. (Jlro thera a trial. eopmtf.
BUTCH H Jcl
AD DIALIa III
Eiaiim Sthkkt, Between Wasiiinqton
AND Co.MMEIlCIAI. AVENUES,
Aujoliiliiit' nittcnliuiiie di Ilnunjr'a.
Hunt. II... 1 ... . , f Tl I 1 1 . 1. Kl .. 1 1 .1. . I
Lamb, HaiiauKP.etc., and aro irepared to lerro
"Lena iu inu iiiuiiv itccupiauie munner. ngw
tlnteber and Ilenlor In all Hinds Fresb
CoaM NiNtTttMH a.nu roi'(.Aa Hiuair.
BUVH and alaiii;htera only the rcry bcit cattle,
hoKi and bIiuip. and U nroiiurcd to Mil anv
Urmand for fruKh iiieaia from cue iiouiul to ten
vr. ii. noiinip,
II. II. CANUCK I
no. run. unci i;,8. Com.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE HTOOK,
NORTH AUIalCA, PAn
INTERN AT10XAL. If. T,
AsseU. - -..l.S, IT
Asset..- .' I.Wti
AMIKICAN CENTRAL, MO-
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LlfK,
Anett .oo.omu m.
TKATBLKK's, I1AKTT0BD, LIFE A KB
Alien l..,i t
RAILWAY rASRKNOKRil AMUKAKCB
AaieU - K,0Wt.
' lNDIflNDINT. BOHTOV.
8AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDKE,
71 Okl LN,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
i it s XT .a. nsr o us
SIAOARA, N. T.,
AtaeU I1.434.B1C M
OERMANIA, N. T
Aaseti l,0Ct,7M 71
UANOTER, N. Y.,
Aat - TO,U3 00
RBrUIlLIC, N. T.,
Asiioti - ....7H.S-2J 00
Compnalng the Underwrilera' Agency.
YON KE U.I, N. Y.,
Astatl 871, IM t!
Allot! ....CJ.IW Z9
FIREMEN'S TV XV, B. V-
Aunt CTS.COO OH
HECUItlTY. N. T. MARINE.
AaieU.. l,t.ai Ul
OTORK. Ilwellms4. Kurniture. Hull, and Car.
O KOei, lniuro-1 at ratea ai favorable ai aound,
permanent aecurity will warrant.
1 reapecuuny anic 01 ine cillteoi or lairo, a
share ol their iatrouie
V. Jf. IICCIHB
IIUUTN AND HIIUEN.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKR,
Between Waihington avenue and Koplar Hlreat
liool! and Hkoet Made to Order,
rin woraruen Kmi.lOT
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
ion AficT rua
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial Avenue, Carat) mt ElshUi
PARTICULAB ATTBNT10N yAID TO ALt OB-
DERI TOR IIOOrSKIRTB AND IBOBI.
HIDES I FURS IIPELTSM!
TP? TT T9. TxT TT! rp m f
Hare opened a Hide Store In Thornton's Block
Tenth street, where the hlfhest cash price wli
be paid for Hidej, Sheep I'elti, Fart and Tal.
low. We wilt pay hither prices than waa ever be
fore paid for the aame articlii la thli city.
tomi ana na, '
ocietf BURNETT A CO
OLIVE BRANCH SALOON
Near Btone Depot,
RENT LOW, AND FIXTURES AT A DAROAIN
Reoina for rent at II perjmontli, and Basements
, . . D, 0. LAWItENCK.
130 Onlo Levee, near Htons Det,
J. D. Z AN ONE, PROPRIaJTOR,
Fresh Shell Oyitera Recehod Dily.
Keepa always on hand Oaltlmora and Mobile
Oyatera, which he will I.erUd to acrri to hla cut'
COMMISSION A BIB roaWARBIHO.
j. 'CTSirLips & coi
(Riiacesiors to K. B. Uandrlcka A Ce.,)
I Forwarding and Commission
t ik . .
u, Adiaawea ki neea
Af ttM?ltf.t. st WM erw4
......... .y w piqm aaa iaj ia.u
"iiIsmi att4 u areaaatlr
U. M. 1IULKN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commerciftl-ave.,
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Huooaar la Parker ft PfcRlif,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cob. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEV UK
X. D. atATUUU. B. 0. UBL
MATHUSS & TJHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUUK
X. 4 LBTKS,
Mdmtm W1A 4 Suit .., CAIBO, ILL
W.Stratten. T. k
8TRATTON k BIRD,
(Bocouera u BtrMUa, IIs4ar Uak.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinoii
rAgenta of Amerlcaa Pewdar Co., m4 mm
ufactureri inli for rctton yarn
General Commission Merchar
1S3 OHIO LEVIS,
CHARLES M. HOtYU ACO.,
No. 61 Ohio Leree,
CJiOSK & VINCENT,
J-JCA.IiUIiS TUT 3L:
Cbmbnt, Plabtbb Tabu,
Crr KJcntn Utrt svatf tM XrJ
MILLER A PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORl
Oats, Hay, etc.
AOKNTS job FAIRB ANK'fl SCAL
II Ohio Lbybb, CAIRO, ILLS.
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
KTSpeclal ailentlea gliea U eeBelgBBI
and filling order!.
a BO CBBIll.
Ohio Lbtbb Caibs, Im