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TUB CAIRO .DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1372.
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T11K DOLLAR WEEKI.T HULLETIN.
John II. Oberly Co. n' jr;ucf:! '.V"..'."
crlption pni r,f tli. '' lro "u"'11" "
OMfcir pff.Mm.mUn H the cheapest
Pr imi'Ihit in wimh.rn Ullnntw.
Muitriivsnono hn flftecn lawyers now
and tbo Argut hear of eten moro who In
tend to locate in that pleasant village.
With In present find prospective) rail
roads, mines, etc., Murpliysboro lin ra
ther encouraging prospects alK-iid, but
twenty-two lawyers whow I Good Lord,
deliver it I
A OESTLEMA.v of ono of the conn
tics above us recently married a lady by
tho naino of Conk, whereupon tt was re
marked In tho editorial notice of thomiirn
rp, that the gentleman having miirried n
Cook would quit kti-pliig biii'lu-lors mill
Th oditor seemed to forget thu fuel that
III this ago of woman's right', on getting
inn ried, cooks ubandun tho business with
Kansas is experiencing a sensation
by certain charges against Cald
well, t'nitcil States senator. It is said that
ho bought up nineteen members of the
legislature to vote for him for the United
States senate. And so Kansas doesn't
fall behind o:her stxtei in the dis
honesty of its le-iBing radical. To apply
a poetical sentiment to a very prosy sub
ject, 'the trail of the serpent is over them
Tueqjarrcl between the Chicago and
Springfield papers continues with no
abatement of bitterness. The Springfield
papers call the Chicago concerns rob
hers' and "thieve' and the latter re
tort by calling tbe Springfield concerns
starvelings" twin rcl.es of old constitu
tion rascality, ' etc. I-t winter, the
Chitxgo papers tcc:isd the Springfield
jsurnals of wanting to rob the state, and
this winter, the Springfield papers say
Chicago wants to rob tbe state. "It is just
pc-ssible that both are right.
"VVr are ic receipt of the third number
of the Chriitian fntiruetir, published in
MeLeanstioro, Illinois, by Geo. I. Sladc.
The lMirvttor, as its name imports, is a
rV.jgioas Journal cf rather handsome exte
rior. It is not, however, devoted exclu
sively to spreading tidings of the L'cd,
as e notice t very fair proportion of
worldly news in iu columns. And while
furnishing food for the soul, its proprie
tor, in several columns of advertisements
irf cms its readers where tber mar pro
yilt themselves food for tbe body, "cheap
for cash ' Man may not live by bread
t'ne, and perhaps the instructor has
ftuLd that religion "alone" does not an
swer either. A we do not regard the
Iuttruetor as a rival of the iiVLLUTlt in
its religious functions, we uttnd to it our
wishes for n healthy and prosperous exis
tence. Tile "ew York Herald of Saturday
last contains an editorial on the danger
now threatening the republican parly. In
a strain of fulsome admiration, Grant is
praised as the purert,!wisest, most faithful
chief magistrate the c-mntry has ever had,
and one who in every move of his admin
istration, has shown consummate states
manship. ' He believed in St. Dumingo,''
tiys the Herald, " he was fond of the late
collector; but he permitted no favorite
policy and no personal esteem for u man
to estrange him from his party and the
people." Ttiis being the cafe, the Herald
advises him to cut loose from the thieves
of tbe New York custom boose '-let him
thoroughly revolutionize the wnote civil
service ui New York, punishing the
guilty, removing the tairitel. discarding
every one whose reputation I" been mil
dewed by the slight: breath of scandal
Then he can eater upoti hit eanvaik fur a
rt-noniinttion and re-election, eunSJer.t
of a triumph splendid and decisive ' vie,
etc Grunt is tbe Herald t candidate.
Ii jt fr ttii, this bdvice u the preiJ-il
Leuai been all but prove1 to be hand in
g' ve w,th the thioves of th New York
tatvn t,vas. who is generally b)iev-i u
hive tiikAe t. jjuid roqnd sum wit of the
fnuli praetic! souna liU tbe
refinement of saretuta. Tw,
may do what th UtrM i,,, in
every particular, hut -vn thi win um.
remove from the public wind u
greeaVe inipreiikin that he pro&ud iv
the corrup'.Vitts in the custom huus an4
that he wa driven U tie imsiithMient of
the tLcvos by tiie for- of pabVn- eiitl-
Ohio is doiermined not to be outdone
In the temperance business. A bill has
been Introduced In her legislature to com
pel persons offering to sell intoxicating
liquor to give a bond to the acceptance of
tho court In tho sum of three thousand
dollars, Hnil to keep a registry of all per
ons to whom they may sell intoxicating
drink. The last clause Is a novel one,
and will doubtless cause considerable con
sternation among thut lurge class who in
dulge in drinking on the sly. Under iu
provisions, clergymen could keep a watch
ful cyo over tbelr congregations, and by
making st&ted viliU to the saloons, fin J
out who of tbelr flock wero given to in
temperate practices. And vlca versa, con
gregations could keep guard over their
thcplrerdt in the same manner, 1 others
could keep watch over their sons
and ions could exercise a ton
der care over tho appetites of their
wayward fathers. In fact there is no cal
culating the good such it clauso would if.
fcfoct in communities by limiting euli per
on tiit guardian over the llquor-drlnklng
projieuiltlui of every other person. Olio
is to b ,nngrtiiltfltl on being ahead In
lompcrance mntteri. Tho census informs
ut that In the last Ion yenrs sho 1ms lost
itround as an dgriciiliirnl sUt". Tlierc nmy
bo a connection belwcti ih's fart ini
her recent leaning to tho ttnj r -ik f
not being nblo to mi-L' ns ni'i '"'"",
formerly, perhaps she i-.m I i" n . "'-turo
,n much corn whl-ky 11 - ' '"'
be. ua a inrriufiicliiriiia' ' ' t- inperancu
sluto, she h is no rea'i"' l b inhumed of
i,ni.'ipl,iit tliere nM ways in which she
night have mml i hersylf lltllo less ridi
culous than by tills lnt move of her over
zealous legislative tempcrniico ndvoei.te.
Tur. rollclous belief of tin grot me
tropolis of this country np cir In be in u
sort of an unsettled estata. Smie months
ago, tho Kev. Dr. Kwcr, of the episcopal
church oi Now York city, announced his
intention of placing himself sit the howl of
a now tcct, partly episcopnl and partly
roman catholic. Tho reverend gcnllcmmi
was followed by qullo n largo proportion
of his congregation. Tho next (Miction
was that of tho Kov. Mr. Ucpworth,pastor of
a unitarian church.who forsook tho loomy
path wherein tho unitarians walk fur the
tho somewhat narrower and straightcr ono
of tho congregatlotalists. The Kcvcrcnd
Hcpworth was welcomed with open arms
by Henry Ward Becchcr, who, pnitnr of
u rnnoroLfntiunul chlircll. Vet sollictime
.. v-'M -3 -
ago, gave very satisfactory assurance in
the spiritualists that he wns ono ot thum.
And last the Now York presi contains
the untuiuiiceineiil that the K'JV. Joshua
Urailley, pastor of mi episcopal chutcli,
the O.atory of .S.icnimctit, hn deserted
tho piscoif.il f.iith ami walked strniglit
Into tUi o-cn gain of tho rornnli catholic
church. Hedoes net stop half way, with
Dr. Kwer, but declares himself n thoiough
convert to the doctrine of papal suprema
cy, and adds :
I am no fanatic. I havo neither torn
off niv collar,
uunxED my hiple
nor destroyed my tassock. I leavo the
Anglican cliurcli, tliHtiklng uou ttiullliere
rc so many swcctsouis in iier communion,
striving after Catholic unity. Uf nil
forms of l'rntiistinti-m Anglicanism is
tho highest. There is mere good among
Anglicans thun among Presbyterians,
more good among Presbyterians than
among 'llaptist. ntol so on'through tlie
A:cfVc. Hut hign above tnetn nil on tne
rock stnnd the church of Peter. And if
yotiiift-k me why I join the Unman com
muMoii in preference to any other, I will
answer as Father Ignatius" Spencer did,
who, formerly an Anglican clergyman,
died a Citholic priest. " Father, why do
yon alwajs travel third clan''" "lie
cause," rejoined Iip, " there is no fourth.'
And so 1 join the !tomn communion be
cause there is nothing hicber I can join.
It is the genuine and perfect form of
In reference to abuses and ignorance in
the roman catholic church, this new con
vert says :
As a matter of taste and principle I had
A HEV0VT OLI WOMAN
bending her knee to a black-faced image
of tbe Virgin in Spain than go to the
vestry cup! oird of Trinity church, New
York, ami fiud a black battle labelled -con-secrated
wine." And if w are told of an
old Irisb woman wt.o Mid a praver for
tbe sake of tbe indulgence attached to it.
aeeuiopanfeil with envn fir llnna inr
whom she prayed, tbi i not inure amus
ing than the trjditional old woman of An
glican fame, who presented herclf the
fourth time for contirmalion, beeaiie sbp
said, "it ws go. id for ttr- rti-'jrnatii. '
We have read the farewell sermon of
He. Mr. Bradley to hi parishioners with
much interest, and i 1 give it to our read
er on Sunday rnorri'-g as an interesting
awl appropriate bit of Sunday riding
- - --
MASS CONVKNTION OF THK
LIIJKI'.AL KKPfBLICANS OF
THK MOST PKO.MIXKNT AND IN
I'LUENTIAL MKN OF Till.
STATE IN COUNCIL.
IMI'OKTANT MOVEMENT IN
AL'GCKATED. Jerrrr.so.v City, M'i Jan. 21. The
liberal republican rnas vonveution met in
thehallof ri'preentalives at noon, t-.rri it
oDe ol the largest ever wsetnbled in the
slate It. was clleJ lu order by William
M. Grosveri'ir, chairiinn of llio "lib-rnl re
pulilieaii lnle commitleH. Judge Deloit,
of Grundy coun'y, was elected teiajKirary
ptetdriit; and Colonel Liiwlrr, secretary.
Varx.j couiinittees were appointed for
ftci'itaiin; buiiii'ss, and after a stirring
speech by Hun. C. I'. Johnson, of St.
Louis, tbe enliven tiou look a roects till
tw.o o eh ck.
(in reassembling tb. afternoon, the com.
mitt" mi resolutions repvrtel through
their chairman Oil. Griveiior. The read
ing of the platform railed forth reiatul
ar.d wry enthiisiattic applause, and u
general "storm of cheers tollomxl ihe
clus. Thu resolutioii, uhioh oro adopt
ed witUout any ditsei t, are at follow :
lUMAfd, That w, Oib libera! reoubll-
ekns of Missouri, faitl.ful now as we ever
" m the dark ujj nrthe ctvtl war to
v'.l ptif.Hples of true refiublicaniim, by
" f wi.iij win wo enuanger inerigni
tui jijvetiiK,,ty of tb milon, emancipation,
" si 1 1. V .r I fisK.nliriSinlitsu.
...... v l l " ill l tall ! ssisvsin-
tnciit. lit . .. rn r
can come only fro,,, , , ;
eiliHlioti as i nfraiithiuii,IWi . . " ... ..
in this state, nor can lt,o.M .'" . .B. '
pure or great ir, wnich lax.,, 1 "
. '-, w i,i.-iui, oeillftlifl, wul.
equal Mitl'rage for all, europium atiu,"'
HIT U I. lllli 1 Til IM ll.l.T ,.1 ..'u., ......
in,iv ho wtlcomod l -t.v service (or ti,VV; h l,"u,e "lno"K lhVn " ,W", .
f ' I i.lnl.l I, ,,,r,i ...It Hint till..' llMll lllkl
(tjofrftTlini mi form of taxntlon is just or
wiso winch puts nee lies htirdem upon tho
people. "Wo demand it (,'nuino reform of
lurilf, so thut those dulieishull L" removed
which, in addition to the revenue yielded
to the treasury, involve un inercusu in the
jirlec of dninestic products and it conscpient
tux of the Lentflt of fuvured interests.
Iletolceit, Thut the sliitmleest uhutu of
Oovermnent patriinano for tho control of
conventions nnd elections, whether in tho
intercet of ii ri iudividul, a. fucion or n party
with the coiuentinnl corruption nnd demo
rulii itlon of politicttl life, demand n thr.ro
uh and enuino reform of the public scrv
ir!i.,Thnso who would tunprciliivvslt;iitiori
forget thut tln-y owo it duty to the country
thun to uny jiitrly. wo honor 'those fiennlufs
whoso couruienus course Inn cuiniiellrd tho
dlsclostiro of j;riivo misdeeds, nnd they de
ed ve the thanks mid hourly support of nil
liesoltctl, Thut locul self-government
with iiupattlul tullrao will etiurd the
rinlit uf ull citizens morn securtdv thun
tnv centralize I authority. It is tlmo to
ito'n the grort'ing encroachment of tho ex
o utivo power. Tho ti'C of coercion or
b Ibery to ratify n treaty; tho poking or
n siipreino oitrt to relie'- v the rich cor
lornlionsj the suiting of members of
Cingrns, net eleud l '.In' P"ple; fhe
resort to micoi stiliilionil laws to cure tts
klux tlUoriler-. irr. lnr,ioii or iNUiiiperuiiio,
nnd the surri-r 1. r of individim' freedom to
(.lit so who nk tl at the praettc of creed of
omoslmllbi'thpliiw f.fnll. Wo demand
for individiriN the btrgfl lilwny eoiisif
tenl with p il i mtler ; f r the state elf
governiiviil , an I fr thu I at on n r turn
io the mothod .i' pi-ir mill co.utitii'.itmiil
limitation' of ow. r
Hcstlct I. That Int.' reptibllvaiiisni mak
es it not tli i I 'i ir duty to expii-e , or
ruption, ili-iuiiiiK'e ii'iirp.itioli of power
iilnl woik for ri'l'orins necessary for thu
public v. Too times tlem.nnl nn up
rising ol'hotie'l citizens to sweep from
power tl , men win) prouitutc the liiimo of
an honored party to flll'li purposes,
Wo therefore invito nil republicans who
desire the reform herein eel foilh to meet
in national ma" convention at the city of
Cincinnati tl, th first Wednesday of May
next at 12 l , there to take such notions in
our convlc ions uf duty an 1 pub I jcxlgon
cy may require.
I.KTTKIl ri!3SI tr.XATOIl MltUHZ.
Seiintur Scliurz wiites from Washing
ton, Jan. S.'lJ. that tho tnmo principles the
libernl republicans of Missouri Inscribed
on their banner in 1870 aru now in tho is
sue on thu larger Held ot national politics.
Tho removal of political disabilities
i Mill the subject of controversy, and
thu liberal republicans may point with
pride to their wise and conciliating action.
Whi'o nowliero tho civil war was carried
oti with inoro ferusity; t'ueroi? nostato to
d iv in which more unbnken peaco and
f.nier prevails or In which tho now rights
of tho emancipated havo been moro com
pelit.dv respited and In which the reviv
al of ir.it ernal feeling is more general.
When thu same spirit inspires congress
we mnv liopj to see similar results accom
plished even in thoso unfortunate com
munities wnero ino reminiscences oi me
wararostilll kept nlive by violent disor
ders caused in ii great measure by the ex
clusion of : numerous class of Influential
men from the management of public af-
fiiirs. .Mr. Scliurz next treats oi civn
crvico reform, and says it is not improb
able in the political contests now before
us that tbe trick will be rcsorloi to of
opening n prospect of reform through one
influence, 'ami tho defeat of that reform
through unothcr. for the purpose of catch
ing reformers and sporumen in one net,
Tho letter conclude! with the hope that
ihoso sincerely devoted to the great ends
of public gooJ will not let mere party dic
tation or an uncalled fir renewal of old
war cries deter them from following the
course pointed out by their sense of duty.
ORATZ BROWS' 8 SPEECH.
Gov. II. Gratz Ilrown,in responcc to loud
calls adlre'sed tho convention. After
some preliminary remarks complimentary
to the member! and character of thoe
present, he referred to the lormcr struggl
es of most of them in the ennfl-ct for free
dom on slave soil. Gov. Brown then dis
cussed the resolutions adopted by the con
vention and especially the one relative tj
the centralization of "the government.
Now.sir. for one. I am free to say I do not
fear that tho liberties of this country in
the present instance and hour will be
wrcsied from them bv the will of any in
dividual, however powerful he may I e,h. t
1 do fear that it he is permitted u g.
on in this centralization ot the public con
tiraent, this teaching of people toacqui
ece and consent to itifraiciions of the
National Constitution, the invasion of me
rigiit o.f State, domination by naoicital
auihori y ot the elections, to control
through'its hirelings of rice and party
machinery, tlrit you have th way for an
incipient despotism that may some day
give you a bloody account ol' ittelf, Have
we no', seen already tbe effect f tins ;iuer
in that nation sine': the ndv. :ii of West
Point to Washington citv? Have we i.ot
reeongnized how "the milltiry serv.ci ha
domineered over th civil
Have we not s -en the whole biKly of the
civil list turned into a body of pertotwl
retainers ? Have we n.t see'n the senate
of the United State dominated by a tingle
law ? Have we nut seen the house of rep
resentat,ve placed uonthe pension lists?
i.oud cheers. Have we not seen nil
party machinery so corrupted that the
question is not whom will ucclt'ose, but
who is desiried in Washington ? Have
we not seen, sir, the leading of the sole
representative of one great element of our
population, and certainly ol a great ele
ment of n-publican strength 1 mean our
German fellow citizens, who havo but a
single rapre;entivo in the senate of the
l.'riitjd Stales have we not teen hirn
when he presented his card at the door
of the executive office, have it returned
to him with the word', "Not in 7 Cheers.
AVhilst Chandle, Cameron, Sherman
Drakeand Morton were slipping in at sidu
doors? The speaker hero referred to the
treatment received by Sumner and Grec
ley, und said it is not necessary that I
f hall go on v.-; tli the long list of marty
rdoms, perpitratod in tho mime of freedom
by thoic who arrogate the right to re
preterit and be tin, Kepublican party of
Governor Brown then proceeded to dis
cus" other que.tions in the resolutions.
l'i conclusion he complimented the De
mocratic parly for the signs of patriotism
it is izhibiupg, and said that every man
who Bit in bringing about reform will
be entitled to tie honor and gratitude of
HOIAKKf Of Slit. C0VII.I.K.
Hxr Hon. J. .M. Scovilli, of New Jer
sey, whs L'ullcd fur. In the con no of his
relnirk' In ileriniiric&l in bitter turrns the
oou'luci stii'l )o)icy i.f 'ri'Si(lnt Grant's
bdr,iiriirtrt.tiori, um clnimod thnt the liber
al not,n.',it i inbodi'J the lioj es of nil
l'o'k arm truo men oi nil jiartics.
j no cointiiiitco oi live wero uivcn mi
the 231 ol Kihrunry to nppnitii thirty del-
Thf c'irivcritloii was aililrosieil l,y Juil(;
Oliver, of Ohio. Othr speehi'S were ulso
mailt, iitl the convention adjourned.
'J'hu friends of the movement hjipciir
highly plenu'd with tho signs nnd pros
jct"ii d-ve!opol to-d.iy.
t&f" Tho St. Louis Demount makes a
aliiteiiU'lit thnt, somu time iign, the cars
ran over a cw in Union county, Inuluna
tiirowinir tho trnlti from tbo truck, and In.
lurini; torno twenty peisons, A .Mr. Put
tersmi. li vim; near where tho accident oc-
curnd, took soino of tho pcron injured
ttlt.l ft liirtic lull llnil till.V hall lllkt
"ittvj n child ut Ind anmiolis Irom small
''.0I; . -niuiid of destmylng tho child's
c"'ll""K. xiy bruu,'ht 't iilouu'.aiid il was
r, .," ""Jaaet iiiiiyriL' tlioso iniurcu oy
ho rivilro.,.l ,.willtlti ,fi re,ult mis been
TV uPI'"ll"S. Slu pcrs.ins Imvo
2 r " ' n'"UMKu'i Mr. I'uttcrnon's
KirTlio Chiento Timet have iu(iv
stepped on ex-rfonutor Doulutle'i f.f
whllv KOlllli!: into it Wiiba.li uv.mui, tUf
tuiieruur. i3iio inuiniiil'i v liitf.jnl n,u
geinlomun'H pmdiin, wliereupmi, In, mlj :
' Miit, Inr it bright, sunny, smile like that
I um perfectly willing you slnuld dunce
tho Huston dip on my fitvnrite corns.''
A Wor.D or A uvici:. Mothers know
tho iniporluirjo ultnehcd to tho cure of
teething children. Rend the udvertlsment
of Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup in another
MOOHK & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
lleconiltse riiporlimicliiK. KiiImihiiii
Untie in Hie IHKlie-t 1)1-ol the ait, an.!
I nip- UiutiMr romprllllnn.
ullne IN I'lMlUY lllltr.'K, I'OUNEK OK
mTKKKT AXIi cvmkkci.w, AVF.NUK.
II. T. UKKOULll:
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(IAN IIXTl ltl,
,Js Fi'lfr'a .and l'liimber'a material, Woo
iump, gliihe anil anir r tlt.t, Hop
coekn.chtf k talf,tlc.
iu) ior rua
Tuffs Ilratlif ra rsslrtst Dry Meier
In. I Miirehoure, Wella k Go' Automstie Wale
Indicator md supply Valre forstiuo boilers.
winter's block, commkbcial-avkvuk
COAI. AND WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD I! WOOD ! I
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap, If not Clamper
ihin anr wood dealer In Cairo. Leave nriirr
n ihe plates at the I'ontofflee an at Ro' coal
lrJ, oa dmniarciil avenue, between Tenth and
twelfth ftrretn. Cairo, Illinois. 1 Rite good
meuure and will cord the wood up If desire-l.
UCUMI DENNIS HALEY.
c,u'. iritotKati ta,
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ENUE AND TENTH STM
Oriwer J23t. janStf.
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p. u iiuyktt" agon,"
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OUVH ami laliter only thr ry bftt rittls,
Ii liom anil atirrp, anil ii prtfared 10 till ajjj
ilriiianl fur frali meat from one poirH " ts
tkounn'l iiunia. , 4aI0lf
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l,1j TKNTIt STHEET,
OA I UO
Dnorw, Nnah. Blind. Moitldlissxa,
KAvefltillersi, (ssocmI) Wlstdpwnnil ISooA
rsittiiM, Hoorlntj, I.atli,
SblDKlrw, CllazrU Nnli, Ulnaed Hide
Llsxhla, (J luted Trnnaoma,
Finals Welsilita, Knah I'ulllrs nnd Corda,
Ullsid Fnatenlnirw, nooOnsr
Fell,' Roodsisr Omeul, I'laatprlnir
rnper, Carpet fell, While
Lead', 1.1 Hard oil, Anterlrnii Wliidnw
tilnaa, SuukIIhIi niidl'rcucli
Plate Ulaa'a. I'ulljr, Ulnzler'n ToIisIm
Nearer 11 pra I'nleut Clilsnnej-a,
Etc., Kle Klc.
AOKSTfl for I'.ook ttitei Paper CompsnjrV
Sheathinir Felt and (juartt Cement.
11. W. John's ImproTed Itootlna: nlwari on
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
COM M ISSION M KRCI I A N T,
So. 70 Olilo Level-,
CAIRO, I I. L ISC! S.
o.tI unit, i.
Kirrn to ccinnlgnrnpnta
S A M W I LSO N
biitit i a
j' ' BOAT
o ii o a k n 1 1: s .
(lUUCISIUlM AND IIHY ;IOI)S.
-W-ILLIAM KLUGH, .
"NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SIIOKS,
HATS ANU CAl'S, KTC,
flat Just wtlvnl n lirnvy loc't of llsota anil
blioeii, llo.ii r) uml .S'Hloin,
FOR SALE FOR OASH VKRY OH KA P
Ua also has a tine slock of Karnlly Orccenesot
fiMWER SIXTH-ST. AND COM MER
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.
! ..$.'iii,fii no
tio'.ioila all Kimlo! rlk.
CAIRO CITY COAL
fa irrrarril lo upiiljr eu.ti.iurr wllli Ilic be. I
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OHHKUS left at lUlliJar llroa. ofTicr, 70 OHIO
Lh bK, or at th coal Varil bloi th at.
Ltiarli'a llnirl, will r-ei-lt- r.tomiit attrnilon
I IIKTt'O MONTAUK"' trill iina( coal alona
l.l a,tAnta.B.. a UHU I .... .
-I'll- rtr nuir, - ii nil 1 1 ff 1 1 a "M-i-H l
V 'A . "'
w Z c
S t 5 2 c
- a 1 J 2 e .
o a a - . 'c
; ; - C r
t u ? I
W a a . - -
W Ui id
H H -
as 75 -
w. ii. Monnif,
II. II. CA.NUK1
No. Tub. ani t'.B. Ctro.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
Asicls - fJ,H,10l 97
.V OUT II AMEI1ICA, I'A
Aset.-...: I,7U,iO u.
It AllTKOKD. CONN-
Assets X.MI.IIO 7
Apsetn.. ..1,7(1, IIS I''
I.NTEKNATIONAL, K. T.,
AsseU ...I,SA1, 17
kmrlH .: v 7'".,',17 0
AH Mi.T.t It
A1IEKICAN CENTRAL, HO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Assft . .'80lOi,OU0 W.
TKAVKLER'b, IIARTfORII, LIFE AND
RAILWAY I'AHSENOERrl ASHURA.VCE
AsseU : WJ.SCl
SAKI'ORD, MORRIS k CANDKH,
71 Ohio I.rser,
City National Hank, CAIHO, 11.1..
EIRE AND MARINE
i isr s tj lEb -A. nsr o -m
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
AshaU l,136.?ie tt
0ERUAN1A. N. Y.,
Aasets ..T 7
1I1NOVEK. M. Y.
ItEI'UIILIC. N. V.,
As.e "'H.0 '
Comprising thu Underwritera Ageney.
YONKERH, K. T.,
AssM -...678.IM I!
Asteln 153,193 X1
firemen's fund, b. it.,
becurity, n. y. marine, , ,
Assets.- ' !.. 00
TOItK. Dwellings. Furnlturr. IlijUi nd Car
,. . 'i.. '. lit inii aa fmoiablo as aound,
,,V,"r.b,,,r.Vv!ri,kWoorreUIen of Cairo, a
share ol Us.lr -tron.ge. R nV(lnHt
WINKM AN II I.mCOIU.
Importer anil Tt'liolranlc Dealer lu
TO!3.A.aCO c CIC3--A.T1S.
A'nt for ili l ! LtanJs of
CRKAM AND STOCK ALE,
lniiorlU Alra of tsirvrtssl Klnda.
75 Ohio Lkvee,
II CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
F. M . STOCKFLETH,
Urrllfjrar and Tt'holoaaU Baalsr 1st
rosclf;n assel laieatl
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. G2 Oiiio.Livek,
HKkftJtcn tiatiil conilanlly a fall atok o
01 J Kentucky Hon, ton. lija ui Keaooia
lirla Wlmklea, Frenrli lirandias, lUllaud Qit,
Rhine anq Oallfornja Wlnea. liaSU.
IIOOTM AND NIIOKH.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKKK,
lietKarn Tahlnton aranun aa 1 Poplar
Ikiola tad Siknaa Ma4a lo OrJtr.
Kin Wrrkmaa Employed.
CITY HUO STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
hu aaiavr rst
ROOTS AND SHOES
CoRSBirs-rlal Avaa, Crmr at ElfkUi
fARTICULAR ATTENTION 1A1D TO ALL OB
DERJI rOR HOOraKIRTK AND kUOEI.
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
lly bujlaf ybur
TJ JEb I T TJ E3
Waanlasto-T., Vasar C'oalM
Maaira. KiehlioS Hrotk.rsdtilra ifl lafem Ik
eitlMna of Cairo thai lhT art- maaatMturlni ail
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITUR1
And hare now on haasl and let saU, al
Wkeleaals aad Kctail,
All kinds, and wtl caallan lo katp al Uralr
BALES ROOMH, IN THEIR VIW BDILDIJie,
Erery discrlptlon ot cheap and coatly turaltwa,
" i .
aTMarbl Top nreant,
arj-Wrilroli, Sola Chain,
A.Bofa.1 and Uatruaet,
Lounges, t , y
Which they will guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can be bought from any other dealer la
th" city, aire them a call and satiety tour