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TIIK DOLLAR WKKKtr HULLKTIN.
I .in II. oborly i C. nare reduced the stlb
I'ri.ilian prirn of the Weekly Cslro llutletln to
IMt Mint ptra (Jinking it tde ehfspe t ps-i-flf
UiiWI'lif.l ii. Southern Illinois.
Tiik execution of Jlott.s, the nuirJcr
cr of Pot IlnlMcd, is postponed till tlio
29th of January.
The Missouri Democrat, a firm pup
porter of President Grant, is strongly
opposed to one of his pet scheme, tho
Tiie newspapers which wrote obitua
ry notices of the Prince of Wales will
have to lay them aside for somo future
time, The prince was not dead at last
accounts and contrary to nil expecta
tions faint sigus of a change for the
better had appeared.
'Kiuiamson uounty l'rogrcst
whicli gave its readers tho military
president's message on a " patent" in
side on the 9th hist., takes praise to
itself thus: " In advance of our coun-
try cotcmporaries and at considerable
expense, we lay tins document before
' our readers to-day." How is this?
Tho patent insides cost, on an average,
about a cent a piece, making a circu
lation of, say two hundred, cost about
two dollars. Dear enough, to be sure,
for two huudred copies of tho military
president s message, but scarcely eno'teli
to'be rated as "considerable expense"
by an enterprising newspaper pub
The Progress, the new radical paper
oi v,iinainson county, cither wilfully
or ignorant ly, we arc uncertain which,
says that the Xew-Y ork World openly
advocates the passive policy. Desiring
to set the Progress right on this matter
we extract the following from n recent
editorial in the World:
'!,AV,(Umvo no faith in tllc "Psive poli
cy. ' Vic nro for a liberal policy, n nro-
dead issues, nnd deals with !resentmio
,..w--..u win. a iiujicy wnicn
tions, a policy which mount into tho si.d
UIc with in fuco to the horse's head nnd
not to its tail ; hut still u vigorous, netive,
courageous . .ige.ros.ivu policy ns against
pur political opponents, in this deliberate
judgment, wo arc sorry toditlVr from ome
esteemed democrats j but wo foul nhsolutulv
certain tlmi woshnii be mijiporicd nv tlio
gret inas of tho cloniocrntlc piirtv. "'
When the New-York Trilunv .vaid
some time ago that " good intentions
4 cannot excuse violations of Jaw. The
' surrendor of municipal authority into
1 the hands of soldiers is an act of des
'peration. Nothing can justify it,
' nothing can ever excuse it, but an over
' powering necessity which deprives all
civil magistrates of their free will. It
' does not appear that at any time (here
' was such a necessity existing in Chi
' cago," it did not make due allowance
for " haste" or ' inadvertence" on the
part of the military servants of the ad
ministration. The Chicago Tribune ex
cuses the act of Gen. Sherman in or
dering four companies of Uuited States
eoldiers to Chicago " to act as polico"
as an "inadvertence" "unfortunate"
no doubt, but still excusablo because
it was clouc " hastily." And bo go on
tue usurpations of tho military presi
dent and Ins subordinates.
The St. Louis Timet, unalterably op
r.AC.,1 . it.- LI 1 ..
jjuvu iu - passive policy, nays
witn truth : " The democracy once dis.
'organized by tho "possum" policy
can never recover itself. Jt has not
' yet gotten over the no-party move
' meat of the early years of the war,
wuicu 60 obtained in many of the
' states. Wherever the democracy has
most strictly maintained its orgauiza-
!nn :. :.. .1.. i , ,. . ..
..uu, ...vie it is ill lim UCSl IlglllH)
condition to-day. WJicre would New-
' Hampshire or Connecticut bo if thoir
ucmocraui were made of the stuff
winch goes lo form a passivist of tho
' J(ejuOlican kidney? For nineteen
years the gallantdemocracy of tho old
granite stato foutrht tho good fight
and kept the faith, and finally con-
quered gloriously. ?o can wo conquer
everywhere, if we ouly make up our
mind itti trln.t
..ul v,e j)rt.aci ,s H.ortJl
"It ws recently repnted that tho
imprest Eugenia had comploM K ,
-...vV v. Murl iuecn OI BCOU. This
work, however, was actually written W
Iuisor rtw, or JJeauvals. The Km-
press wno is or Scotch descent, has taken
gr.at Interest In the preparation of tho
book, and has' supplied somo historical
psper. bearing on tho subject, but Is not
fr iU "Utl.or.hlp.
The French Profc,k0r approached hi.
n "IV1 f 'm U1Uf ln the guilt of
Queen Mary, but was compell.,1 by tho
V dence he discovered to chana hu
pinion, and the book is another vlndlca.
in of hr rapu t.tlon.
ftS-Tlio dtonioml fields of Southern
Afrlcn contlnuo to otttnet tlironps of engor
forliinchtintors whoso efforts In l',c l'ur
lilt of wealth tire nttcndel with viirylpR
degrees or iiu'ccm. The precious stones
nro found nt n donlh "f twenty feel or
moro from the -iirf' that is, when thoy
nro found ntall. On ,ll:,n wll worI
oJ industriously for over six months In n
choice locution only found In nil
tl,,t time len smnll stones, tho
wliolf worth not over 2'i.
ittV'Tlio Dritlsh deniocrnls demand n
reform of tho House of Lords and u cur
tailment nf tho obstructive loyMnllvo
power nf lliu hereditary nr.slocrncy.
In till they nlm t) strike tho feudal
syMem at the very honrt. If thoy fiic-
cccit in woundinc it scriouslv thev will
nextn-k for tho nholitlon of the law of
ntiiil in property.
Wa? A meeting of tho Independent Or-
tier of Odd Follows of Now York city, was
hold nt Cooper's Inslituto on tho evening
of tho fib, to oxtend nld to tbolr sutlering
brethren In Chicago and tho North-west.
Tho meeting was presided over by Vice
Preidont Colfax, who. together with Hon
S. S. Cox, and Dr. J. Ward Kills, of Chi
cago, delivered addresses.
CfiST The best works of Hogarth nro to
bo reproduced in quarto form byonooftho
permanent processes of photography. For
this purpose recourso has been had to tho
splendid copy of Hogarth's works be
queathed to tho South Kensington
Museum by Mr. Dyco. The work will bo
issued in London in two volumes, with now
descriptions of tho plates.
BQyThe Saturday llrricw has wrestled
with Mr. Stephen Androws' "Primary
synopsis oi lunivcrsniogy," and owns
itself defeated. Itsnys: "When wo are
told that tho Ab'olutold Abstractold Klc-
montismus of Holng echoes or ro-appcars
by Analogy within tho ltolatold and Con
crctoid Klnborismus, wo givo in."
am-occreinry isouiwcil Ims clvcn no
tice ttiat on and utter Uio 7tU of Match.
101,1110 jinncipai nnu acoruca Interest on
the live-twenty coupon and recistercd
bonds, known as the second sorlos of tho
act of February 25, 18C2, will bo paid at
tne treasury department. Tho nmount of
theso bonds thus called in Is $20,000,000.
SSyTho JIufTalo Commercial takes up
the cudgel In favor of cundurango. It
asserts, on tho authority of a distinguished
physician of that city, that n member of
Ins family, aflllcted with a cancer for
many years, has been cured by tho now
drug, after vainly resorting to several op
HSf A Washington correspondent of a
Juiw-l orkpnpor says ono of tho starting
points in the fight between Secrctnry Fish
and -Minister Catncazv was tho refusal of
the .Minister to pay a InrL'o prico for n
piece of real e.latu in that city whicli tho
Secretary desired to sell.
865" .Mr. Gladstone- Is essentially a
"gusher, " says tho London Adctriittr.
" Ho is as lit to contend with statesmen of
tho llismark typo in the limpet production
in nature say Jellyfish to resist tho
prow of nn ndvanclni; steamer cased In
Cfflv. .Air. .Summersnvs in substance that
tho nation is now virtually bankrupt,
and that it outstanding notc aro no bet
ter than failed paper. How would tint,
statement answer us a figure-head to tho
next radical national platform'.'
BaT" Tho Czar of ltu-in in thoextonslvo
(YStein of railways which he Is now build
inn uses n different guuijo from nny ad
joining country. I'nissln run her' own
cars and locomotive, to tho very wall, of
to? Two moro defaulters have been dis
covered in tho treasury department. Tho
defalcations of ono amount to nbout
$12,000 or $15,000, nnd those of tho other
to about $50,000,
B&r Spain will send to Cuba this month
four battalions of troops from tho regular
army of Spain, bcides 10,000 reinforce
ments which are to follow within ono
BSy- Tlio fnthor of ono of tho executed
students of Cuba 1ms since died, and tho
mothurs of two of thoo sentenced to the
clinln gang hnvo loit their reason.
SSaTTho democratic candidate for mayor
oi uosion, .uihs., .Mr. (ia.ton, Ims been
elected by 3,700 majority nvor his repub
SV n.. i.,.,.. n ...i . r.
..fun; vuvlllUS IIOtT'in llll ell
gngcmeiit In Nnshvillo this week, and Ed
win rorrest will open thoro on tho 18th.
t3r Hulloff's spirit U discoursing learn-
euiy in Jiniicn circles on the subject of the
tT Victoria has contributed a copy of
u ii nu wriungs to ioiii iiuglios' Chicago
" - 1 1 ... . . .
vrv ik. nayes .Mitchell Is on trial at
Columbia, S. C, undortho ku-klux acl,
mo jury boiog 2 whites and 10 blacks.
Esi'Pt is makinir such nropressthni
" is proposed to uso tho pyramids for
weather signal servico stations.
B3. Another Now York abortionist
nas been sentoncod to tho stato prison.
THE TOMATO A.VD ITS ntOI'KIITIKS.
Ur. Uonnett. anrofossor nf fin run nlnl.s.t
ty, considers it an invaluabloartlclo of diot.
r. 7ii; ..;iT" . .. vt . nponnnt and
1. That tho tomato is ono of tho most
poworfu aparlonts of materia modicii, and
that In nil those affections of tho liver and
organs whoro ealomol Is indisnorisablo. Ii
s probably tho most effective and ln'n.,
nr.T..r,n,J,lica, "K0t known to tho
oLUInia from ei;,1wJ,l,?.f1trRc1i1llll111 c"1' bo
laat.dl..diKo.tIoi.; n ' '"Uy.p0).
6. That tlio citizens in ordinary Miou'd
make uso of it, either raw, cooked or in
tho lorm of a catsun. wltl.tl,le,itii t JV
" UU a most hwltVy artlr-To '
THE CAIRO DAILY
ITS I'AST AKU PKESKNT SOM K Ol.ti I'M n.VUS
1IOTKLS, MANt PACTUM EH AND SCHOOLS
TIIK CUSTOM IIOt'sK.
(I'rr.iii tin I'eormNsllcn.il lletuocr.i'.)
Wcro we to nttcnint nnvLlilnn- likr
a synopsis of the history of tho nbove
nnnicd city, our nancr would bo full lomr
bofuro wo reached thonolntwhorowo ilri
saw that city 1855 much less its ups and
downs sinco that date. -Many of tho Inci
dents of our short residence In Egypt nro
ii.'U!uiii in mo extreme, anu nono moro so
than thosn fnllhn' to our lot ulinn nn n n.
journ in Cairo. On our recont visit thoro
wo saw many now faces, but few old ones
among tho former thousands. The lattor
wo enn almost count upon our fin-
gcis. " Time, tho lovollor of nil thlncs,"
ins not boon loss id o thoro than clsowhorn.
Ono of our first acquaintances and best
friends In 1855, .John Q. Harmnn, n mnn
with a heart as big as a bushel basket, Is
still there. Wo tound him in tho circuit
clerk's ofllco doing his duty, nsho Is always
nt tho foils election dny, for ho it said to
his credit that ho Is lust as cood u demo
crat us ho Is n good follow, and those who
know John socially will know thut ho
wants no " passivity ' in his 'n.
Col. H, S. Tnvlor. nccnt of tho Cairo
city company, nnd ono of tho solid men of
tho city and stale, looks ns younc as ho
did twenty years nco. Wo then" were n
young boy, and ho n middle-aged man;
how else (o account for his not growing in
years, liko tho rest of us on any other rea
sons than that ho does his dntv to everv
ono in tho way of tho fair thing, wo know
noijuuiwo uo Know mat uairo to-dav
ha, under his guide, taken steps that will
inuio ner present population to doublo In
tho next fivo years, and to goon with slmlla
rapmiiy until our stnto can bonst a Cairo
if not ns Inrgo ns her tinmcsaka of tho old
world, ono worthy tho third stnto in tho
union a a great manufacturing city.
Wo found J. I). Tavlor. now collecting
tho city funds, tho samo Rood, natural,
wnuic-soui uoy nc was niteen years ae;o,
on a certain bundnv. when wo wnnt
"Gypsying nround;" now ho has five
rosponsibiltles, n good wife, nnd nlco
"cottngo home," nnd guess lie has forgot
ten tho llttlo episode, but not so us, judging
irom mo goou warm snaKo ol tlio liaml
and "How aro you, Dowdall ?" given on
entering his sanctum.
JSoxt wo called on our friend Hilly 011
bort and his brolhor. Wo know him ns
Hilly Gilbert twenty yoars ago now as
ono of tho first lawvers In Kevni nnd
rising mnn. Paying n call on lils estlmablo
lady nnd bor sister. ir tho Misses Hur
ry, of Alton, wo wore pleased in tho ux-
trcmo to sco them looking so woll and so
cosily fixed. Hut this opens a new avenuo
Alton, which If wo start along with tho
1'iuiienni memories, Alton and lior liills,
tho beauty of her holies "nnd sich," wo
kiiow wo wouiu never Ret tlirough. bo
drnwinc tho curtain over fond memories
past, and a pleaant llttlo surprise ln Cairo
present, wo will sponk of the business of
tho city, education, &c., and stop lost somo
ono might not so much enjoy rending of
om tune suiyocH ns wo do in writing
First wo will sneak of hotola. Tim Kt.
Charles, under its present excellent pro
prietor, jit. .i. i7. itoxioru, nas boon re
furnished and rollttod, ni d Is excellontlv
kept. Tho houso is a largo one, wo only
wish I'ooria hnd ono ns largo.
Under tho fostering care of our friend
Winston, who, by tho way, is ono of Vir
ginia's noblo sons, nnd his excellent ludy
knows how to mnko hor guest eou t
home, wo visited tho nianufacturies.Firts
calling nt tho Cairo hub factory, n largo
three-story brick building just finished
ntneost of $31,000 nnd full of tho best
tools. Thocentiemen riinnini' thU fneinrv
nre from Jlichignn, nnd exjiect to do a
heavy huslniss. us thev nro nrnniireil tiwln
nnd wo too no ronton why they ehould
not. This houo is lust ready to stnrt.
Next wo called at the stuvn nml lmrrnl
factory, started In May nt, on oiinitnl
irom Cape (lirardenii. .Mo., nnd doiiiL' a
tim 't ner ltttinmmm 11' ntu sfin. ii 1 flit
gontiemons riiimns bolow it, but cannot
now rend our own manuscript, having let
it get cold. Their capital Inve-ted, U
Xext n new wagon factory by a gentle
man from Kankakee, who-e name is in tlio
samo condition ns the nnonbove, not men
tioned but spokou about. Ho served in
tho Into constitutional convention, and be
coming disgusted with politics, abandoned
thnt for and honest calling went to
Cairo and commenced making fine rnr
riagos, wagons, tV:.
Wo thon cnlled nt tho fruit box manu
factory, whoro thoy make exclusively,
boxes for holding poaches, pours, straw
borries, &c., and was much pleased with
tho way tho work Is carried on, and sur
prised to find how much business could bo
done in such llttlo things. Thev do about
n ?C0,000 business at n fair "profit wo
guess n big profit. From hero wo visited
Eamcs & Co'8 (of Michigan) agricultural
works; Conuant & Go's barrel fnctory;
Oudley's carringo fnctory; nn cxtoti'ivo
tannory; Elebofl' llros.' furniture fnctory;
nn oxtonslvn saw and planing mill, and
foundry, and two boiler works, all of whicli
have boon started tho present year, to say
nothing of those started previously. Wo
think Cairo can boast of being a great
manufacturing point nt no dUtant day,
nnd cpccinlly so when wo sav that all the
older iioum)s or this class aro 'doing woll
wo will givo ono to sulllce for nil.
tiallighor & Co., ten years ngo, built
a Untiring mill which lm been
running regularly since. From tho
profits Mr. Oalllghor has built n
$75,000 residence, nnd surrounded dim.
self with corresponding luxuries nnd is
urn running mo mill nnd making money
Among othor lino rosidoncos of tlio ilno
wo noted that of Col. Taylor's, which cost
$70,000, Wm. Halllday's, which cost $05,-
uuo, ami ninny others. Tlioro nro now
noout I0,UU0 peoplo In Cairo, nnd
when tho now railroad lines, now
projected, reach tho city it will tako
u start unit win mnho it ono of
vuo important cities oi tlio United States.
Of tho linos of railways, the nxtnnci.in
of tho Mobile nnd Ohio.' from Colombo.
Ivy., tho Cairo nnd St. Louis narrow gauge
now under contract with Col. Tavlor as
president, nnd tho Cnlrn nn,l vi...n
;, , ' , , ...... , .ii.v(llir,
alo largely under contract, all will
doubtloss bo built tho coming year, wo
think Cairo mav bo ennldnr-n,i r .i.
rai road centers, ns It now Is tho center of
Last. tllOUI?h lint III' nnv in..n.U. .
t.l.U. I il i ,. .J .V IVIISJ, HO
ViS tod tho nillllin ishnn . il'l.... I '
I...II It ' i xiiui IIIIVO EIX
buildings. lnre-0. rmm ...ii
and woll 'ventilated brick 'structures. "At
Itayinond, superintendent of ' school's, a
gout email of raro culture, oducatlon nnd
ij (iiltis acuuin vn iiinsi m T ir i
" p u iiianners. vo learned from
ll,n. If.Q " "."v " " "..,uui.ul
111 II1UL IIIO IOIII1 nllAhi iinnn la flr.. ..i-
tuiureu, in a building bv
thomsolvos. ns thnv l,ni.1,l l. i?i
I.ern ,l I .. " .""' I u
lfiiir r TOlll our poll In
16110 from that no nl
-...wv. Hviiuihi uruer reiimng lirotcction
10 II Poor WOmnil beennm l. ..... ....
, , - . . v. , v, B.u nun iiuv
colored, cost us more than wo now pro
pose to to 11: but tills U i,f,.i.
subject.) Ihoro aro ilvo teachers for
tho colored school, nml ..I. .l.i.. I.. .11
mii 11,. , " us"i 10 nil.
....., luucuurs get U5 per month;
he high school building cost $;i0,000, has
live teachers, nnd wo think good ones
M'cry ono seoms just suited fur their de
partment, and Mr. Itaymond for 1 Is.
Cairo may wel feel promt of her schools
nn lim r0 1,0,"t1u,,d wo nro done. The
Fn,',;? 1 I.IV ,t0,V hnu' lll,d ""lied States
eo ,,,build.i',K lhor"' ,,ullt tw fo.lurnl
Bou'rmnent at a cost of $300,000 Is nhont
; bear completion n, i, ?ou no'J ."S
" ijolng up in IVorla for a simll"
DM 'UI II LU lUUIll. l..
BULLETS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 36, 1871.
, b.vn e!MZ0li for less that,
b.0,000, which oirectuiiljy kills tho chnn-ec-s
to got nny help from tho federal govern
ment for nt least ten years. Theirs Is n
nuulol of brick and stono mnsonrv which
nu city might be proud of ours nn 0x10
binding good enough for n chicken mar.
?r ",!'iv -v,or "nnd-
Tho dlllororico-Cnlro had n represent
allvo in emigres., 1'oorla didn't. Further
comment on this point is unnecessary.
ODK TO ALEXIS,
nvoi.ivnn wK.viiKM. holmes.
In lloton, on Hnlnnlny, n miKleal enttrlAln.
went wn given In honor or llie flrnml Diiko
Alexis, iinil tlin Inl onlnli)inn wni written for
the orea.lon hy Oliver Wemlell llnlmei, to be
sUDRliy 1.20U fdiool clilUrenls '
SlinJowcJ n lon by the florin-cloud of tlnnxi r,
Tnou whom the prnjer. of nn empire defend,
Welcome, tl rleo welcome I but not ns n itrnneri
Como to the imtlon Hint cell thee Its friend;
nicnlr nre the shores w llli tho Llnstii of Iiecember,
fettered nnd chill n the rivulel'n II nr j
Throbbing nnd narin nre, the henrl that reinem.
Where urn our Mend when the world ua our
I.onlc on the bps thntnrc smiling to greet tl.ee,
See ttio fresh flowers tint n iuodo has strewn i
Count them thy siiler. nnd brothers tint meet
Onest of the nation, her hrnrt Is thine own.
1'ires of the North, in dernal communion,
Wend your broad llihe. with evening's bright
Clod bless the Kmplrc that loves tho Great Union ;
Strength to her people I Long life to tlio Cm.
(lit ANT'S EXAMPLK.
WltKllKItKlOItM OL'OIIT TO 1IKOI.V.
(Wnih. Cor. of the Chicago Tribune, Had.)
Tho COUIltrv to U'lllnli Nolii.iu.t- l.nl.wt.
himself Is ono" where statesmen aro gener
ally rich. Knglish legislators nro men of
largo privnto resources. Tlio most of
them keep nn cstuto in tlio country, u
town-house in London, and live at the
clubs beside. At n period when tho Kn
gllsh nation had experienced u wonderful
revolution ii sentiment toward America,
and unitedly Inbored to effect n sociul res
torntion of tho lcgltlmnto good feeling
"intii enouiu irovau ootweon nations
liku ourselves, poor old Schonck was nrc-
l-M"u "i tnai enuiuronoi nuuniint; nnd
seething hospitality. Ho was tho man of
mo time. Ho bud just assisted to conclude
n treaty which was to smother tho dif
ferences of tho past, nnd conduco to a moral
nlllanco between tho mother country and
us gigantic offspring. What wonder If
uio worst interpretation should como true,
nnd this nflmlrnlilii ..1,1 f snfit lim i o ti I I-1 .
his American notions of political mtr-
ciianuiso with nlm, has allowed his name
to bo used in n mining adventure, which
lias already covered him with scandal?
What moro signal instunco than thU
can wo find to show that tho example set
by our Chief Magistrate, three vcars ago,
is not without its imitators ? Tho Presi
dent forgot his eminence whon he reached
tho summit of power, und took presents
nud fitted out his kinsmen with offices.
With this high exnmplo still recont In his
mind, Minister Schenck may hnvu put his
official nnmo at tho head of n mining nnd
jobbing advertisement. Hahus served tho
country longer than tho President, nnd he
ought to hnvo a little estate of his
own. Wo can understand how much
old orthodox England must bo agitat
ed ovjr this matter, if wo can
also conccivo' that Minister Thornton
wlulo residing in Washington, had
advertised in the papers of tho country n
lottery of somo sort in tho HritiOi Ifo.
Urother Hnmtlton Fi.-li would, in uch a
case, feel 11 revolution in the dm. unit r.
spcctnbllities of his Knickerbocker nature.
11 mo caso 01 cutaenzy has mado him
boil, that cockatricoCntncazy, who Wrote
political things in the Now Vork dailies
now hard-boiled unnl.1
no 10 over imuf .Mr. Thornton fnr m.Im,.
lit IH V. 1st
his olllcialjihico to help hU cockney lot
M v beloved reader', wo want a reform in
the t ivil Service, and wo want to begin it
i reioriiing uio rresidencv. Tho first
piare 110 negin witli.in t'io new Civil Ser
moo is rignt nt tlio murce; to -tand up in
i n' migpiy dignity and unanimity of our
i iuzeinnip, nnu vote tlio AVhito Houso
ItATOIIIXOH'N IIAIlt VK.
IIiIh superli HnlrliyeiMiiiosMTiSTiitWiiKiD
v 11 . " """'. "1IK0I8 nnd Irntlmnteous
. ixiiimiiiiiiiii.ii, iMj iiiuieiiiniiH Tints or U11
1 ,1 J wiur. int. p-niune w. A. llnclie or'
IlKlr Ii)o proiiuces IMMKHUTKI.Y a M.leniili
Miin i.. iV?l"rVi 1,,r,,"; I,oc?. "ol p,am the
f'l- , J '0Yy r f"l I'm feet' Dye. "
H.1I.I by all driiBKlsts. raclnij lr, I)lin, .e(rPti
rrrniL'. . i LV .'. ,or5 ounjf men rom llie eflecno
.o.r,..i j ,', .'' .'"".' niiiio(i re
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....... . , - - . - """""I UI lll'lll
J tlHUIIIIUH It' nOYCCl. XfW tlinM.n.f ,.f . s
ri,.. 11. u..V... '.,,,;,!,".,.rv!;l,".pDveiones, Ail
niiAi, i:si.vn: Aur.vr.
('. WIXSTO.V & CO,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
71 (.NKCO.Vl) KI.OOK) OHIO I.KVKE,
liVY AND SKM. JtEAI. h'.STATK,
FUHNISH AIISTUACTS OF TITLK
' I prnfsre Conveyance., of Klqils.
Iirolcr in kll klinl. of
STAPLK A.ND FANCY
I'nrmer'N V1111I mill Hln1ilinh-
Cor, Wasliinglon-av. nnd Twentietli-st.
s'iulelierniiil Denier In nil Hind i'r.ni
CuUMJIl .S'lMTf l NTII AMI Toi'l All KTUl CT,
PAIR , II.I.I.NOH.
IXIMItN, NA.NIf . IITOl
W. W. THORNTON'S.
HUILDKIIS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TENTH FTIIEET,
CAT 110, ILLINOIS,
Doom, Snsli, Illluds, MoiiIiIIiikh,
i:nveaiiltrr,(uooil)M'liilnu niiil llooj
Frames, Flooring, I.nlli,
Shliiule-j, Sllnznl Snnli, S.lnrnl Nldc
I.Ik'iI", llnscl TrniikoiiiM,
Stnsli WcIkIiIh, Hush I'ullles mill ConU,
lllliiil I'mttPiiliiKi, ItnolliiK
l'cll, Itoollnic Oinriit, S'lnHlerliiK
1'niier, Carpel Felt, AVIille
f.rml, I.IiihisI Oil, Anicrlcmi sVliiilosv
(IIiihn, i:ii(llili iimll'rcncli
I'liile (IIuin, 1'ull.v, ilnzler I'olnlw
ficsver l'liei 1'ittent liliuur.v,
Etc.. i:tc, Ktc.
AOEMrf lor Itock Itlvet I'Aj.er CompanyV
HheKllnng Kelt nnd (Jimrli Cement.
11. W. Jolm's Iinproveil Itooflri ulnys on
1 11 Y J s.
71. FALL WINTER.
C. L A NNY.
S T It I P K S,
KK.VTCCKY JEA.VS, KXTR,
OIIOS OJiAIN SILKS,
LAllGE STOCK 01' CAHPKTINO,
O I I, C LOTUS,
HI F.iu IroNlorlt Xow IosIiik Out
VKItY LOW FIOUItES.
COIlNF.lt 8TII ST., AND COM.M F.IICIAI.-AV.
L?f0,,c.,s " bcreliy (,'lvcn Hint I:. W.
KUtrliiue. 1. .iini.t . I-.. ........... .....i ...
liS?. '''iVf' f ,l?,n! ,3r r,','t 1,n Jose ph
Hayll, ileleniluut. in I in ilr..im ..T.n.i ni n.
nniler county, In tho Hate ot Illinois, and Hint
. time anil ,,u. or the return of fuinuinn In
the die In the third Monday In January, Is?"
at tlio coiitt liou-e In Cairo, Illinois. '
DOV1W2DI. juii. i. JIAUJIAN, Clerk,
CAUL L. THOMAS,
now prcpaiej to reipoml prnmptly to nil de
mamls for Ins son lees.
SHOP-Coit. 8th ST. AND f 'nMMVlif M.ir
III llie 1'errj- House,
.,.., UAI110' iM-isoia
CO A I. ANU noon.
WOOD I WOOD!! WOOD 111
Tho ilnderUiiednJI furnish
iiAUU AND DRY WOOD
An Clu-iip, i nut i',e,,or
onlh..1"."00''. 'rR,r.r ln c'1'. I-enve orders
1 V" osioiiieo nnu hi non' con
ft, Ciiminercl.il ineniie, between Tenlh and
Ittelf I, sheets Cairo, Illinois. I give iSml
ai"l()-" UK.NXis u.u:i.
V. M. 1VA11I),
WOOD AND COAL
F wno i" I'""!'?""1 , ,'lehver the l.esl
i. rlro W001I nml nlone Coal
IN AN' 1'AltT 01' TIIK 1'ITV,
And in nny quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVJJltKl) at ?l,60 nut ton
OKKICK livrr Il,.,.r'v..i ii-.i. 1 ,..
r!,VJb0.v. I''!" corn,, u' 'Khlh Mreet Vnd
W A fj OX -MA X I ' 1'ACTOK V.
l''or Sale at Wholesale or ltetnil
COIt.N'Klt !52ll-,sTllF,F.T ANIl OHIO I.KVKl,
j. i. ja.miim:
.lllS. .M. SWAXDKIl,
)EALEll JN riLLINERY
LAI) IKS FURNISHING GOODS,
oiiiiinreini aiiiii(.. fiiiniiklii i:iiii
wi.Utlll.NG FOIt LAUIES' WE A It
.Made to order, or Ittnily-Mmle.
i ns reeeneil n full and eoniiileto slor U of uoods.
mLn.l '""'I'leleHt In the elty. !,.'
KIDHOXS, LACKS AXI) TJUXOKS
she olfers ure.it ln,lnr.i.,,.i. i 1
nil others to all on lior.oxamln the. prices, ulyles
and quality of hor ooJs. 1 ' '
';" swanuer, Inivinjt soil her pionr!y, lll
.j. ...u nuuic ui nirsu noons at nnu oeloii col.
now Is the lime to puielnuo Chnslinas L'ood
at tho ery lowest prices. h
M'HO I.KS A h K I'ltOt'KItS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OA I It O, ILLINOIS,
Wp eonstsntly on hand n most rom
pletn atooU of
PCUTCII AND IRIF1I IVHISKIKS
-ti I N S,-
Port, Miiilerln, Sherry unci Cntnwln Wines
R SMYTH & CO. sell eneliislTely for cnsh.lo
. whicli runt they Invito the especial atten.
Hun iif close linraaln buyers,
Swifif tttttntivn jiVtn to Filling Orders,
V.'. U. MOHIItf.
Notnry I'ubJlc, No,
H. II. CANIIKK
I'nli. nml I'. S, (tn,
FUIE, HULL, OAKGO, LIVE STOCK,
CO I DENT, LIFE,
NOItTH AMKRICA, I'A.,
INTKRNATIO.VAL, N. Y.,
A1!"." ifi'A,X 17
AMKJtlCAN CF..NTHAL, MO.,
TKAVKLKU'li, HAUTFOIII), LIFK AND
RAILWAY I,AHHF..VO:RH AhHURANCK
A-ets. M Vf),Utj
SAKFORI), MOKIUS k CANDKK,
71 Ohio I.cvee,
City National Hank. CAIItO, 11,1,.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAItA, N. Y.,
A""-ts I,1J,2IC 2rt
OKRMANIA, N. Y.,
Aset l,7il 7J
HANOyKK, N. Y.,
Asets 72,K2 00
KKI't'IlLIR, N. Y.,
A"Ct .711,945 isi
Compri-inK the Underwriters' Ak'eney
YONKF.R", N, Y.,
Asiet .I6I If
ALII ANY CITY,
Aets 15.1,193 SI
KIIIKMK.V'.H FUND, F.,
A""el .k. 671,000 no
Y. MA It INK,
OTOrtK, Iiwelliinc, Kurniliire, Hull, n,l Csi
U iro, in-iiri-l st ra'e n. fatoiatle a. sound
jM-rmanent wiiruv sill arrsnt.
.1,. ""'"!"ly ""'k 01 cltirens of Cairo.
share i thrlr palronajf.
. x. ii rn hi:
THE OLIVE IMIANCH SAi.nov
Nesr Hlon Depot.
RF.NT LOW, AND FI.VTURF AT A IIAROAIN
ItOllllis fur rnt nl i I r.-'rn.il. . I t, .
for tlV -, ....., uuu liai'iiirillt
I). C I.AWKE.NCK.
S A M V I L S 0 X ,
BOAT STOEE3 !
' " ww".wwJ-
0 K O 0 K R I K ,
Ohio Lkvkk : , : s . Cairo, III,
OBbrRS TROMI'TLV riiirD;
ii. jr. IIULKX,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Conimorcial-avo,,
B. S. IIA1UIKLL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
185 & 187 Commercial Avonuo
IIIDJCS! runs I! PELTS I II
BUBKBTT &c GO".
Have opened a Hide Store In Thornton's Uloclc
Tenth street, wdera tde highest cash price wli
Oo pud for Hides, Sdoep Tells, Furs and Tal-
low, Wo iil pay higher prices than was'eyer bo
foro paid for the same articles in Hvi
Come and see lis,