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JOHN II. OI1EII1.Y, Kdller and I'uMlehrri
Wednesday MOR.'-''0 Dec. 13, 1871.
Ti Of ini Mailt. lU'tttlI
week, tj carrier,
Uneyearby carrier, In adtance
Oas month, by r.iall
Three monthf.M..MMMM ,
OJa ycr, .........I...
7 oQlriat paper til Aluamttr fomlu tnl f ,ri,u !
Cturv the only morning thatin'Sc'tom Uinwi t
nirtle-mcaUpiuinatf tmnll, M ftarttui
mti on o u4li of rrf 10 PV, '
'in solicit. (At patrmajiut iitttliofnt rmwi and
mtrirtriij ovrfaeif men.
thb dollar weklt hcllktin.
John II. oberly Co. time reduced the tub
crlption price at the Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
Ont fioltar per amim, making tt the cheapest pa
per publlihed In Southern Illinois.
And now the tyrants of tho Illinois
legislature have gone back on the wo
man's rights bill, and it is evident that
iu a fow dajs the women of the state
will bo just where thej wore a week or
bo back. Tho Bufferings of Tantalus
were mild compared to what the strong
minded of tho state aro now enduring.
We protest against this needless and
cruel laceration of their feelings.
The Missouri Democrat, comment
mg on tho president's mossage, says
" The truth is, the president in evory
' important particular has stolen
march on the reformers, and placed
' himself at tho head of the truo pro
' gressive republicanism of the nation."
Of course he has. Willing to steal
anything to make himself president
again, he pounced on the property of
the conservatives and hawks it about as
his own with the adroitness of an ac
SoifEnODV is always "severing his
connection" with tho Carbondale Xcvs
Era. This time it is Mr. Bon Whar
ton, who takes leave of the readers of
the Neio Era thus : " with appreciative
thanks for tho encouragement which.
1 have mot with during my connection
herewith, I am induced to believe
that no depreciation of favor can fol
' low my retirement." This is a littlo
ambiguous, leaving the reador in doubt
as to whether Mr. Wharton's withdraw
al from the Era will depreciate public
lavor toward the paper, or toward him
self; but perhaps the retiring oditor be
lieves with Talleyrand, that languagois
a means of concealing thought.
A handsomo banquet was given Alex
is in Boston. All tho literary lights of
the Hub were prcsont, and they each
made nice little speeches with no blun
ders in them, as did nut tho Ncw-York-ere
nt his reception, and Alexis iu
Hpotnicd with coiiiplitiioiit.i to Hos
ton aud her illutriotn men,
whoso works mark ouo of the
brightest pages of Ameiican liberty,
and show the mind of the giant in
' them." Oliver Wendell Holmes re
cited a poeut and even Catneazy made
a speech, and in the warmth of feeling
excited by the speeches and the good
cheer, it was undecided whether the
Uussiaus most admired tho Uostonians
or the Bostonians the ltussians.
Henry Ward Bekcheh, the great
sensational preacher of the age, has
taken the last leap and come down fiat
in tho camp of the spiritualists. " The
' little pine table, sty a New-York pa
per. just in tho shadow of the pulpit of
'Beecher's church, has been, ac
'cording to all accounts, a most in
'delatigable worker for such ex-
portion. It has tinned
' witl a decorum one cannot Bufficientlv
' admire, rising straight from the floor
' with the singing, and bending low to
1 ward the minister with the benedic
' tion. Sometimes, however, this most
' orderly programme has been varied
' by mazurkas in prayer-time, and loud
' raps at the most impressive portions
4 of tlu sermon have interfered materi
' ally with the enjoyment of moro than
4 one of tho surrounding audience. Now
' the fact of these strange manifestations
cannot bo disproved. They preseut
meuueives in lull sight of the wbol
4 congregation ; are not brought about
v) me skill ol a professional medium,
4 and are only a source of uneasiness
and perplexity to the ladies whom
4 they honor with their immediate pres
4 enoe. In order to tako notes with .,v
'degreo 'of accuracy tho reporters
4 havo often been obliged to move en
4 timely away from the little four-legged
' Btorj but such removals rather add
'to than take from its liveliness, and iu
4 very self-defetiw, they have been oblig-
ed to close round U again, for thus ex
(P0ied to public gaze U brought them
mto most unenviable notVe " Here
BriehneBsforyou, without any Wttom :
to", lho great who
oills, more or less, as tho case may be,
t a salary of eighteen thousand dollars
per annum, is himself converted to a
now helie through the agency of a pine
table. Woodhullisgainin '
man told me that ho lived ner h ' ,f
Oo oe occion be had beta Rt her ,ut
once ft short llmo, nd had left ; and as It
was said that tho innrrlago would tako
rlactl,orUyJInllMM1d.t ho'oUldBo m,d
Inquiro of tlioold My. ono said .Mr. Jinn-
dolph hud left In Unt haste, nnd told
him to co mid ire uhero, In his hurry, h
bad cul the rein, ofl.M bridle, ituicd of
untying litem. H appear. '"t H P
nosed llml l-o should ii.i.ku n innrrIeo Ml-
P" . ,1.1.
tlcmcnt ; whereupon h- snl.l i " I t not
my purpose io purcuasi. it urn i uiru
to li u I shall j;ii to tin cheapest mar
kot - I .IibII go to AfrlCa. ' till tlil re
mark he tuft the house, went In hern tl Is
oiim' wmk tied, cut the ri'in itn . Imrnd.
fAiT Tho Chicago lire Is lint lint must
femfil d waiter of tlio pre-ktit year. Tho
Chitiutu flood", of which wo .lihVe hud
brief Hccountt, submtrge'd 20,000 Mpinro I
miles of territory, utt aro.t Tit zeeedinu' that of
on.-lhlrd of England and Wale, When
tho fact 6f the cxtrcni-ly tl..-ne popul-
anon oi vjtitna is iaxcn into coriuiiriiiioii,
th annallinc naturo of tho ciit-i-trmihe
...hi I....... l... . nl.i .l mm... i t .... I
will ui'iier uu iiuiii uviubuu. x uu iiuiiu uy
curred In the northern part of the empire,
and was occasioned by tho hrcaklns of tho
hanli nt li vt Wl,.i, tl.n t..t
occurred the people might perhaps have
sioppeu ti; oui itisieau ot sowing tno pco-
nfo to work, tho oillclals wont to sacrifice
to Yuen Shun, a Inbulous tortoUo or fish,
V , , ",v 5-
VhAH tlwitt Hn.t nn. mnn li ... 1. II.a
1 I- 11.. . I
i. v.. ...u.. uv.u.ivua nnu vn.u. 1,11, lnu
damage was past remedy.
o.Tha Knight's of tho order of St.
Oeon-0. founded bv tho Kmnress Catlmr.
Ino on tho 7th of December, 17C9,colcbrat-
cd their nnnlvenary in St. Petersburg on
Thursday. In tho evening a grand ban-
nuctwa, given, at which tho Czar and
first dignitaries of tho nation wero present,
In toasting tho Emporor of Germany, tho
Czar said he hoped tho Intimate friend-
, . ... , . , . . .. ,
ship which existed between that monarch
anu ntmscit wouta last as long ns tnoy
lived, and bo carried down to futuro gen-
eratlons, and that tho fraterUv of tho
perpetual; thus would bo constituted tho
best guarantee for tho maintenance of tho
peaco and legal order of Europe
9&- The wife ot Nicholas of Itutsia
grandmother of Alex!, beautiful and good,
was a daughter of tho almost divlno Loul
sa of Prussia, tho loveliest victim over im
molated to the cruelty of 'Napoleon tho
First. Tho prcsont Empress of Russia
mother of Alexis, conies from a princely
houso, famous for tho piety and graces of
To remove tho cork fron a bottlo
when It has fallen in, tako a strong picco
or twine, pass it Into tho. bottle doublo,
holding tho onds in your hand ; slip it so
that tho string will bo around tho cork,
which must bo in n position to slip out.
Draw the string gently, and tho cork will
come out with it.
ttflr It is statod In the Journal tie I' Ec-
lairage Oaz of Paris tnat petroleum can bo
converted into a permanent solid, which
will burn without liquifying, and may bo
preserved iu o firm mass for any period
Ittnie. Ihu process is not given, nnd it
p -nld to be u f t'crct.
6iy Tho London Morning Post will
mumi ciilnhrate its one hundroJth unuivor--hix.
having been utablishpd in 1772.
.Samuel Taylor (,oli'ihlio was. at ono time
iti editor Htid S iittlii.y nini I.nmli, rontri-billot-.
Ony-TIm greater p.rt of the grading on
tlm Arkansas liriim-li of the Iron Moun
tain lt:tllroad U completed. Track-laying
is buing rapidly pushed forward, und
Poplar Illtid's cxpoets to hear tho whlstlo
dy The Huptists of Nebraska, in 1870,
numbered twonty-nlno churches and ono
thousand members. In 1871, thoehurches
had Increased to fifty-live, and tho membor
ship lo fifteen hundred nnd nlnoty-threo.
SSJT Since tho uholition of tho purchaso
of commissions in the llritish nrmy tho of
ficers are resigning by hundreds. Tlio
Dublin brigade otlk'o hit had 400 nppll.
cations to tetiru.
Say-In Memphis, on Saturday evening,
Dr. J. A. Willlaitx, ivulJ-known phyii
clan, while conversing with his wiff, tell
from lift chair a corp..). Ho had diseaso
of tho heart.
X Tho thief who stolo Senator Mor
ton's pocket-book did not steal "trash."
He, got $500. "Good name' there was
The great causes o falluro with
window plants nre: Room too warm,
pots too large, and overfeoding.
SOT Vieuxtemps Iihs accepted tho posi-
uon ot nrt proiessor of tho violin at tho
BflJu The wagei of
week wero $5,000.
KJwIn Hooth last
THE l-ALMKR-SHEItlDAN roItlinsi'O.VPENCE
IlKOUaKIDKRATION OK THE VEMAI.E
RK1HTS II1LL A I1.I. XOR TIKCI RKLIEK
Ot 1IRIDOE COMI'ANIKH CROSSING THE
WISSISSII'l'I AT ST. l.OUIS.
8pefl Correipomlence of th Missouri He pub
I'AI,MKK ANI1 HIIKRIDAN,,
DI-RINOriKLI). Dec. U. Tho inAlr r,r
aosoroing interest attaching to the pro
cecdlngs of tbo general assembly to-day,
was tho mcssngo of Gov. Palmer, trans
mitting tlio official correspondence Im.
twecn Oen. Sheridan and his supo.-ior of
ficers, and also tho correspondence be
tween tho governor and President Grant,
concerning tho rccont unwarranted nnd
outrageous military oscupatlon of Chi-
wJ.V.l" ,,0iu., H' reRdinB of tho mosssgo
wfiWt0 witJh t"opr"foundoitsllonco
Mne h& and 't,th! ''1uo 11,0 coun'"
nances or many mombor, who liavo been
,Bf"'d dofend Sheridan p ainly h,.
cated that the covornor bad's .own them
their orrbr, and others frnWiV .. I
their gratiflcatlon "uftSff
statostni.nliko utterances of the , rS
Tho document wa. referred to "3
committco, and fifteen thousand copcs or-
dercd to bo printed. 1
TIIK MKSSAUI IK THE BENATK.
..7h0 I.eaJJinB.,Vf t.,' message In tho sen.
rdvS if?a 'ik0 '"tense intorest, and re
rlved throughout nn attention seldom be
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1871.
stowed. It went to tlio military commit.
teo iind llvo thousand coploi wero ordered
Dy u, u,lc3 to-day wn of n character
of no particular interest to the gotiural
feador, and I will not oncutnb.it- my dis-
Pntd. with a reference to it.
'-'corporation or towns and citiks.
.J" ' 'nuto Mr, Edsall of Loo county,
from thocotnmlttco on thojttl c nrv, runor-
leJ back( wUl sunJry JJ P ho
voluminous mil amending tlio net Incur
porntlnu cities und towns in tho
AtllOllir tllCtll Was OHO nllowlntr rlfv rnim.
die to license tho sale oflnloifcnif
1101?. A substitute offered 111 Si.nntnr
llnlrmnll fit' ITtilnn nnut,. In . u -
power of licensing In tho hands of tho pco-
in , mm 1 1 1 ii. go uirccuy in incm nt eacn
municipal ulcction, gave rise to n lengthy
ilchiile, in which several ilrst-clnsj temper-
kiicu Npeocncs wero delivered. Tito object
wni io outcome wiioicrcspontiijiiity ol tho
drum--hop uvll upon tho pcoplo, and not
. 11 n" cxc',,nS electioneering element.
Z ZESSIH ;
WI1S postponed until Wcdneidny of next
srRi.NoriKt.u vkmales indionant.
To thn I'rnnt sornrUn nml Inrll,. nntt.tn
. p- - , ' . ....jj.
"turned tail" on tho woman nucstion.
In sore humiliation in titter contrition
Jn lacteoShtK Lo
reconsidered tho voto hv which tho wo.
man's rights hills was nursed on AVednos-
. lnu, V1"0, now, jvory inu cation
I Unit tlifl ttntutn liArtlra rtf 1lltt-.t. it. 1
I - .v..w VWwi v IMIIU1 "111 V.UU-
tain no such law. Wehstcrs unabridged
I .1-.. . . r ...... .... .
I UUU IHH lUVOT US Willi WOrUS Dig CnOtlgO,
nor strong enough, nor blttor enough, nor
nuvuru uiiuugii, to comment in just nnu III-
ting terms upon this scandalous "hack-out"
of the lords of crentlon conBrcgated In tho
TllllloU TriM-iil natomlilt
An unsuccessful nttompt was made to-
?nJ - juuiciary commlttco of tlio
0f K.ft 'X ".ft JTSSSi
ticcs' courts. It was finally ordered to a
"?,onu rca"l'g nnd to be printed. Tills
nwlX of n l", - 1 , ,i
Uwlglit of 3Iarion, nnd provides for tlio
trying 0f civji cftlc, j ju,tioos' courts on
I mo urst anu last oaiuruays ot ench month.
Jtldiro Underwood this mornlnp intro.
1 duccd in the scnato a bill for thn 1 inn o fit
,C . of 1,10 CV(rri1 companies that
Mississippi river, opposite St. Louis. It
provides that citizens of any state shall
oc oiiL'ioie to llio omco ot director of nnv
of tho said companies existing undor tho
laws oi nits state, audi bridge companies
urgKiiizeu unuer an auiiiorizeu capital
oi wiiicli a specified amount
has been required to bo
expended within n prescribed time, and
such amount shall have been emended el.
thbr in construction or in tho purchase of
rcai esiaio necessary lor tbo loundatlons
anu landings, and sucli companies find an
extension ot time boyond their charter
limitation necessary to comnleto their
work, thev sball havo additional time, not
exceeding two years, for tho completion of
loo saine, ooyonu mo tnno autuorized bv
their respectivo charters.
THE FARM. .
ITEMS OF IMPORTANCE TO PLOW
CHARCOAL AS A GENERAL REMEDY.
Our rulo has always been to clvo nothintr.
unlcsswo know oxactlvwhat to do : nnd In
tho meantime attend to ovoryoxtccior com
fort practicable. If tlio weather is cold, placo
mo unimui in warm quarters, avoid all
exposuro, und attend to pure air and strict
elniinliluLii. ItuL tlmr.. It .... ...... I
unu can never no iiartii, ami Is commonly
beneficial; this U, pulverized charcoal.
As wo havo just remarked, nearly all Mel:
animals become so from improper eating,
in tho first plnce. Nino cncs out often, tho
dilution is wrong. Churcoal is tho mo-t
efficient und rapid corrective. It will cure
in it majority of cases, if properly admin
istered. An example of its ue ll e
hired man enmo in with the intul
ligcncp thin ono of tho tluost cowi
was very sick, and u kind neighbor
proposed tho usual drugs nnd poisons
Tlio owmir being ill and unable to exam
ino tho cow, concluded that tho trouble
come from some overeating, and ordered
a tea-cup of pulverized charcoal to bo
given'in water. It wa9 mixed, placed in a
junk bottle, tho hoad held upward, und
tho water wtth its charcoal poured down
ward. In fivo minutes nu improvement
was visible, and In a fow hours tho animal
was In tho pastkiro qtiiotlv oatine trrais.
Another instance of equal success occurred
with a young heifer which becamo badlv
bloated by eating green apples after a
nnrawma. xno oioni wns so tovoro Hint
tho Bides wero almost as hitrd as n barrel.
The old remedy, falitratus, was tried for
correcting mo acidity. Uut the nttompt
to put it down always caused coughing,
aud it did littlo good. Half a tcacupftil
ii mi .u, uL-icu i-iiureoui. w as next given.
In six hours all appenranco of bloat lm,l
gone and tlio liciler was well. Country
A I1KTTER SYSTEM FOR SUl'iI.YINO MILK.
In respect to huch nn article of enni.tnnt
family consumption as milk, on wlmn
puriiy uia ncaiiii oi n wnoio generation
directly depends, tho scheme of tlio mld-dlc-man
has no essential application. Tho
farmer need not sacritlco anything liko
tho half of what ho now sees grabbed
from his pocket iu order to establish nml
support n comprelionsivo system of dis
tribtttlon. A milk producers' exchange Is
as feasible U9 acorn exchange, or a shoo and
leather doalors' exchange. Tho machinery
needed Is simple, nnd there must bo nlentv
of minds capable of inventing It at onco.
Only let tho producers individually make
up tholr minds firmly that tho existing
extortion shall bo terminated, and the way
will open as fast as they ndvunce. Frank
discussions of tho matter in convention aro
tho very thing wanted. Tlio producers
aro iudlgnuut, the consumers nre dissatis
fied, and tlio tyrannical dealers nro nt tint
morcy of both. Tho only thictr to do is
to l.rf.w. .1 t .IT... ...Ill . ..
... uiiiuii limb ivui eriisu mo
latter out. If tho farmers would havo the
public help them they havo but to show
first their ability to holp themselves.
THE WASTE AND FOLLY OF COLI) 1IA1I.VN.
And wliat showinc would tlio cnt r
winter iceu oi i s nnima s nukn mi i .,.
accouni-oooK, it tlio inrmcr keeps ono?
" nuiiin iiuu Lioii ii larira nortinn nf hi.
feed had bocomo dissipated in tho frozon
air of tho north winds: that n i.nn.1 n,
tion of hay or corn had gono to melt ice
or snow und evaporato cold ruin water,
and that what was left after theso thln'i!
had boon done, had barely sufficed to
keepllfo in his beasts. For In thl. ,..
phylosophy or solonco. or book.knnwi)n
call it what you will, is thoroughly cor
roborated by practice.
If two bousts uro fed alike, exeunt fW.
ono is kept well stabled and the. nth
of doors exposed to tho cold, tho or.o thus
oxposod will consume just doublo tho
amount that tho other will, and will bo in
worse conuiuon bcsmo, livory man who
keops a cow knows this to tiimo oxtent,
though ho may not know tho oxact figures.
..w.u ho Kivu mum may aro tno reatiltof
a careiui experiment made by a trust-worthy
feeder. Viz.. Twillllll nf ulmnii (nf n.,..
eucli) wero selected, of equal weights and
One lot was kept nut of doors nnd un-
sholtprcd, tho other kept in u close pen
lliti lot under no shcltor cat 1,012 pounds
of turnips against 680 pounds eaten hv
tho other lot. Thn L'nln In wolirht was !23
pounds per head In tho first lot and 'J8
pounds par head In tho second. Tho pro
fit can bo figured out by any man who
knows what turnips nnd mutton nTo worm.
Had no', tllO fond I no tinnn i.l.iit,il.nl
of tlio exposed shcop would havo died. And
yet sheep will stand more exposure than
calves and heifers, or oven fall.grown cat
tle. otwithstandinL' nil this.
linn Hill V son vnntwr nntrm
hunincd up'nr.d stlllencd with cofd, shak
ng In tho kcon breeze, nnd tholr owner's
knowlnt: at tho sntno tltna lht n renr'a
growth Is thus frozon out of them. This
comes oi not figuring up prpfit and loss.
IX)TTA, Till: ACTRESS, INTKRTIKWKD.
Miss Lottn. tho nctreia. chutteit In ttilt
stylo to n reporter of tho lloston Post:
"cs, everybody is very kind to me, espe
cially women. I like it, too, only I somo-
iimi wouuer wny nan oi my love
lcttors aro from Indies. Thev send
mo boqucts, and I think If 1 could
bo spoiled thev ccrlalnlv would
poll mo: but VOU sen 1 can't hn.
There's onlyone spoilt child in the family
nnd that's mamma. You see wo'vo re
versed things, and I'm not tho baby: she
.s. uuu mugiiuu anu wunion: "urines
aro tho fun of my life. Thoy aro pretty
good to mo at a rule, but thoy do say such
quocr thincs. Ono of them tho other dav.
gravely compared mo to Maggie Mitchell.
.iiuiui-ui iiouviuenuy mougnt no was
saying something wise. But thero can bo
no comparison between us. Why Mag
gie's nn artist, and I well, I am myself,
that's all. Maggto does beautiful things
ueniiiiiujiy, nnu i won, irinni in pretty
good spirits, I do funny things."
THE EARTH CURE FOR ULCXRS.
I dried and nulvcrized soma clav. savs u
writer in tho Count Gentleman, and
recommended it as n valuable remedy to a
iiuignoortng woman wno nad lor ton years
a very bad ulcer on her ankle, alio had
paid our best physicians ovor fifty dollars
ior ircnimcni, wmiout any relict, alio ap
plied tho drv clav nlmost comtantlv fur
about six months, and n perfect euro lias
resulted. Tho first effect of the nnnliea.
tion was to remove inflammation and re
lievo pain, and now sho says there is no
soar remaining, und hor limb, which was
stiff and lame, is as elastic as when sho
was a girl. Tho woman is a very large,
fleshy person, about fortv rears of aio. 1
i-oiisniorcu mo test n very severo one, and
r i - i . i . . - o-- -
tho result very satisfactory. About a gal
lon oi puiverizcu ciay was used.
WINER AND MClCORa.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
scccuso roiiLt t sTocirmi
Ileeliryer nnd WbolCMle Dealer In
f oreign ana womeitlle '
WINES AND LIQUO;RS.
No. 02 Ohio Levee, i
epson hand constantly 4 full stork o
Xcntuckr llourbon. Ilvn and Mnnnn...
hltklen. Krench llrintlin. llcllai.il riin.
Rhine and Colifornln Wines. in20if
W3I. II. SOIIUTTER,
fflllturlor aud Vlilcil lalar,lu
TOBACCO &c CIGARS.
W-nt fr i ho heit brands of
CUE AM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ale of DlnTerent Hindi.
75 Ohio Levee,
' . CAIRO, 1LL1NOH.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
lOIlLAR MEAT MARKET,
Dctweeu Ninth and Tenth "(reels,
. ,,,V ... ". . on nam I tin xt meati
h,t in . ... . . ...
n.ii.,n n- .'.i . 'n?'"-'. I tier 'lety com
r , , .,,,v tiiTiu
AXII DRALKB IS
Eioimi Street, Uetween Wasiii.voto
AND COMUEKCIAL AVENUES,
Adjoining lllltcnhotmo t- Ilanuy's,
Keen ttii tii.t r Ur.r Ha.i .
I .. tut., nimiun, V-tti
'ifKe.ete., and nr i.repareu to aerV.
eitiimi in the mod acceptable manner. nuiu!
JAMES KYN ASTON,
iltilcber and Denier In all Kind Fresh
CuaklB .S'lVtrilNIII and PortA Btikit,
BUrS and NlaiiKhtera only the my l.eit cattle
hoaa and Bhecp, and i prepared to fill nv
leniatid for fresh meats from one pound to ten
thousand pounds. r aV20tr
II. T. GEROULI);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Git Fitter's nnd I'lttmber'ii rnnt.rl.l
puuips, Rlobe and atiKle valves, atop
cocks, check valves, etc.
ALSO ACItNT FOB
rurtsHrolliera Fntcut Dry Uaa Metery
And Morehouse, Wells A Co's Aulomatlo Watet
uU,pijr vuivo lorsieara Doners,
WINTER'S 11L0CK, COMMKBCIAL-AVKNOB,
IIUOIIN. hANII. ETCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY- DEPOT,
13J TINTH STREET,
Doers, Hath, Blind. Monldlnxa,
Eare Gutter, (wood) Window and llooj
Frame, Floorln;, I.alb,
Nnlngle. aimed Hash, (Hatted Mdo
I.lgbl, aimed Transoms,
Hash Weight, Nnh I'ulllr nnd Cord,
Blind Fastening-, Itnollng
Fell, Hooting Cement, Planlerlns;
Fnper, Carpet Felt, While
Lead, Llnsed Oil, American Wlndotr
Ola, EnglUh nndFrencti
Flat Ulai. FiiUy, Ulmlcr's Folnta
Nesrcr IMpes Fntent Chlniiieya,
.. F.lc., Kle.
AOKNTfl lor Itoclc Ulref l'sper Compsnr
Hheathtoti Kelt and Quarts Cement.
ll. w. John's ImroTud Itootlnj; alway i on
0. II AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
OROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
0 I L CLOTHS,
01 LT HANDS,
Ills Entire SitoekXow UohIuk Om
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TU ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AV,
T K.9Ak NOTICK is hireby clven that K. W
XJ liUiriiiKr. Ma nt in. Im mm.i,n.,i n .
tion to perlevt a Jintremfar rent HKlnt Joneph
Baylia, delcniiant, In the circuit rourtot Alex,
ander county, In the cute of llllnol, and that
he tltno nml pUce of the return of autmnonn in
ui cao ia me mini aionday in January, 1872,
al the court house In Cairo, Illinois.
.ovlMlM. W.iIA.MAN. Clerk.
CARL L. THOMAS,
nosr prepaied to reipsnd promptly to all dc,
mands for hla aervlcei.
SHOP-COR. 8TII-ST. AND CoMU EltriA I . A v
In ths Perry IIoiimc,
CO A I, AND WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD I! WOOD!! I
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap, II not Cheaper
Than anr wood dealer In Cairo. Leave orders
on the slate at the I'ottoffloe and st Rosa' coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Twelfth streets. Cuiro, Illinois, 1 give good
measure anil will cord the wood up If desire,!.
F. 31 . WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
II. WARD is prepared to deliver the beat
Kire Wood ami otono Coal
IN ANY PART OF TIIK CITY,
And in toy quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at $4.50 per ton
i.irvmv it-- ti. ...... vi, l -. i . .
two door tboTethecorner'nfKlgtith "treat and
C'omra re lavsnue, deceit
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COUNKIl 32ri-STIlEKTANIl OHIO LKVI'l.
noi 11 if
J. I. UAMIII.E
MRS. M. SWANDKR,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coiunirrrliil Arennp, iiiiiKlto Elllo
nun iaiy morn'
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to onlcr, or Heady.MaiJe.
lias received a lull nnd complete ntod of uoh,
..... ..vnvn, uii.i uiiiiKcicni in ine cuy. ,n nn
menso VHrity ol
RIRUONS, LACES AND FRINGES
Mie offtTM crcftt Itnliienmotsi tn lirr natrons and
nil othorn torall on her,xainln) tho prices, t)p
Mr. SwaniJer, having soli her pronfrly, will
pell the uhAtenf thottu pooilw ut ninl i.elow coit.
now in inn nino in nuruiiapo Lnrisitnau irnni.ti
ni nit? it fjf luncnt i'iivcbi
R. SMYTH & CO.
Also, keep constantly on hand a moit cum.
plete stock of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
-U I S H,-
Port, Modorin, Shorry and Catawba Wines
R SMYTH A CO. sell exclusively for cash.lo
. which fuct thoy Invito tho espeolal atten
tion of close bargain buyura,
Special attention given to Filling Onleri.
W. II. Multltli", ii. ii. OANDKE
uta;) I'uunc, No. Pub. and V. ti. Ccm.
FIRE, HULL, U A 1100, LIVE STOCK,
A"0" S,M.M)t 7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets l,:u,KW 0C
Ats.- I.M.-HO 7
Aaeta 1.TI1.1M M
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
A'bcte.. 1,113, SSI 17
Anns 70S,17 t
A'.t SU.tfS S
Aels 6IS.I7S 11
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
Aitirt tCO.UiO Un
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Aiets ..M,0ij0,0O0 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIVK AMD
A'seli- 1,. '.00,000 H
RAILWAY PASSENUERS ASSURANCE
Antetl SOO.CU. .
S AFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio Ivee,
City National Rank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
CO M FA X I EH I
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
OERMANIA, N. Y,
AMeti . l,0tS,7il 7S
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Ael 7t,a ou
REl'UilLIC, N. Y.,
Compnin the Underwriter.)' Ajency.
YONKERM, N. Y.,
Aiet 7l,m t
Aet .4J,13 n
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. F.,
A"et- G7J.0O0 ii.
BK.CUItlTY, N. Y. MARINE,
A)et.. l.tB.m. ou
STORK, Imellins,, Kurmture, Hull, and Cai
ioe, inure. at uv, hi fnvoiable a, soun t
,rui --uriiy wi'i arrant.
I rvHH-tlutly a.k ot the citnena of Cairn .
"hire ot then i.ttruii.
'. .'. IllGME
THE OLIVE BRANCH SALOON
Near Stona Depot.
RENT LOW, AND FIXTURES AT A BAROAIN
for al"" fr "atlt Per.'raonth, and Basements
D. C LAWRENCE.
D 1 it I I IX
I BOAT STOBBS j
Ohio Levee : : : : : Cairo, III
oancas raoarrtT rittiD.
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commorcial-ave.,
B. S. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
185 & 187 Commercial Avenue
HIDES I FURS ! ! FELTS ! 1 1
Have opened a Hide Store In Thornton's Block
Tenth street, where the hlghett cash price wli
bo paid for Hides, Sheep Tells, Furs and Ts.
ow. We W pay higher prices thait was ever be
fore paid for the same artioleu In this city.
Willis ana see ns,
UURURTT A CO