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THIS I3ULLETLN.
JOHN It OnF.fll.T, Editor and Putilianer.
Frihat Mokki.no. F.-li. 2, 1872
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nttHt-aicaJj Jotrfuttl iiWl, MlMritHi of'
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THE DOLLAR WSKKtr llt'LLKrjN.
John II. Oberly A Co. n.-f rcJuc.! the u'
rlption.nnro nf the We-alr tlro itnlletln !
Ont VMrprriw-jm. inklni 't Int. ciieape-t p
Mr nitMlahM in -mi'ft-f "''""'
The German citizens of Quiiict
hold a meeting on Monday night an J
resoluted against the temperance Inw
TllEGrand Duke won't goto Cincin-
nati and the aldermen of that city who
"didn't want any dttlcs nbout " will
be gratified.
Tnr Cjiicaoo Journal calls senator?
Trumbull, Sumnor and Scrum, " con
ipirators." In other words, they are
opposed to Grant. Conspiring for tlu
good of tho country but against Gran'
is now a deadly crime in radical eyes
Tnn Chicago Hrjiulitt'cun gives a
list of candidates who may be counted
ia the field already, for the various statu
offices to be filled next full. Among
the aspirants for the secretaryship ol
state we observe the name of D. W.
Munn.
The German residents of London,
England, have sent a memorial to His
roarck, petitioning him to demand of
the American government an indem
nity of at least 8100,000,000, on
account of the alleged .roongation of
the Franco-Prussian war, cau-cd bv the
sale of arms to France, during tho late
conflict with that countrv.
..
Tnt Co.HonEssioSAt, Temperance
committee who have been making an
extended canvass of the southern states
have returned to Washington, and "re
port a unanimity of political sentiment
in favor of Grant," says a Washing
ton telegram. As the committee re
ported what thoy think the political
situation of the south, and say nothing
ooui me Temperance prospects of
that section, an interested pubVic wouU
like to know whether tbn Inni- I
Slrt
mnrln in tlm ntrt..i.. C
v "" lempcranco or
Sojie days ago, in his jilea for tho
equal rights of the black man, in the
United States senate, Sumner said he
was alone in his efforts, lie
was mistaken The state of
Kentucky is with him. The colored
citizen of that state now has the right
' to testify, the right to sit on juries,
' the right to hold real c3tatc, and the
right to vote. The only thing lack-
1 ing to complete his equality with the j
wnite citizen ii tne iioniestcati cxcinp
' lion of a thousand dollars from the
1 payment of his debts, and a bill to
1 extend to him the benefit of this pro
' fision of tho law is now beforo the
'legislature." Xasby should move- his
" Cross Roads " po't office to one of
the New England states. Kentucky
is no longer an appropriate location
for it.
O.v Monday last, Mr. Webb inlro.
duccd a series of resolutions in the
lower house of the Illinois legislature,
regarding the non-completion of tho
Chicago and Mobile railroad between
Columbus, Kentucky, and Cairo,
Illinois. In lsf0, by an act
of congress, certain lands were
granted to this railroad company, in
the states of llliuok Mii,Mppi and
Alabama, which grant wa to bo for
teitcd in six years from the date of thn
grant, if tv(: ,oa,i Was not fmjjoJ,
'IVenty.onc ye t,avt. clap.cil
and tho road is not compel ljetei!
this city and Columbu, Kv. Mr.
Webb's resolutions, wh'teh call the
iittetition of our representative in con
gress to tins fact, and ask them
10
inquire wiietlier the fraucliM'.s oh-
taiued uuder the charter have nnt
' been forfeited by the southern end of
the road," were imanimon,h- adopted.
Mr Webb deeru-, the thank of the
people ol Illinois, and the eitien ol
thin city and comity opeeiallv. for his
agitation of this subject, the impor
tance of which has been too Ion- over
looked. Senator Logan "called
attention to the same matter, in the
United States tcnate, a few week- ago,
which fact we published at the time.
FISK'S ASSASSIN.
Stokes' counsel are engaged in i
niBhty effort to save him from the gal
lows. The line of defense to be pur
sued is thus condensed by the Chicago
l oll Ol Honda;
ItU Intended to.0w Ul,t ,M 0, Wh
M.V ". thai, tir n,e m,i
Vallindlulum, ho shut bir,k.if i.. ...,.....
Ing indraw hi. revolver froinV,,; ;; -It
Is taid thiri ll abundi.it Wllt.a .
how that two pliloli wtro uinl, f,om tfi j
fact that two bullets Mere (muni, n n
the paTt-meiit and on In Fik' bodv. Tin.
Utter flts the pistol found. Thu oilier dm.
not. Tli bullet In thu pavement which
ptiisd through Flik'i arm, corrtipoudi to
.ho iho of Stokc' pll.-'. nd llio Ihwirj
be ihm K.sk HCclntnlly elioi lilmn-li
n the LoJv Hi th-,ijnio tlnu that Moliu
mild went thr-iKh bis nrni. Tho o.iihi.
vl.o p'eknl , ! tho jMitol thnt wh rotinJ ,
imi I ami"1 ' to tho otllccr, Is i-xpi-cir" t
",of K.tStok did n.t l!" on '
ircJ man. Tho Wnlity of tho coroner ,
.try is Mr to bo mi. slionnl, one m.Mnn.-r
f th.it body hnvinu' or.-d his sorvlr-u-,
mil tinviiiir in-viii tlir-iiithimtilio oinnil
ntion, ii!" well m r. r th.-M", that h wn
, ma i-fi ; of ftol.es Tim mm
iiii iiiu'rl i hu trlil is scl for Motidty
lii-dnyli but Ms counsel, of whom there
,v no' Ion ilmn live, ure confident of nn
tlier poitponciuunt.
m
TEMPERANCE IK TIIK EAST.
On Friday last thn state temperance
conventions of .Massachusetts nnd New
Jersey were held nt the respective cap-
tals of these Mates. Ihe object
hose conventions of course was the
I
itipprosMon of drunkenc.-s,
lliorft 1
ippcared to be a marked difference
in the recommendations of the means
to be employed. .Massachusetts, ultra
in everything, passed the following res
olutions :
Rnolttii, That the present lecM.ture
'e iind ore hereby petitioned to restore the
nrohlbltorv law i"f Ibfl. with tho folluw-
m; smer.dini'tits:
I'iftt MuUifitr the Implement of n lin
ur "tore fmitiiinini; liquor prima next
vldciict! oruullt.
Stond Excluding liquor donler t.s
ulwr crltntn mI lrumlhe jury box.
Third Seen fine the niilit to chalUnce
i Iqimr drinker from the jury nt dis
retli'n. I Fourth -.Mdknc Uio ptinlihmnt for
' ififiiivf.il fall- thirty dny.' iiiiiri!ntinient
'.r Uif tlrst otTcnet', nnd sixty iIhvs for the
'coik1, mid in on doubling the time (
iinprisonmeiit for each mid every succeed
! mi; ntlens".
I'ifth AbolMrng the Honor cnmmi-
-Icn mid luiivlug the ht itc police unilertlie
I contr.il of the i;ovcriior, in I'uriiiorly.
I .SVxM Mnking every person who un-
'awfully trl's or give' nwiiy liquor re
I 'p.insib'lu for tho uatnagu urlilng t.icre
from.
j The resolutions passed by the Tren
ton convention arc more reasonable
and less calculated to arouse the fierce
opposition always engendered by
prohibitory laws. The gist of the res
olutions by the New Jersey convention,
is local prohibition by the voice of the
1 people.
fttrjuA day or two Atvx, n in m not over
iinlubtivc iic.Uniiilel with tho dnrk Wuys
of telegraphing, went into one of iliooUiec
In this city with u dispatch, which he in
sisted upon having sent ofl' iiumedliit.-ly
The operator iiecoininjdatcd him, and then
hung thu dispute!) upon u hook. Tho mun
hung around somo time, evidently unstttia
fled. At last I. is pitier.ee was exhausted,
and ho oolehml out : "Ain't you going to
send tho dispatch?'' The operator po
litely informed him that ho had sent it
I "No yor nin t," replio I tho in llgn nit man
"thoro t nn tho lin..!;" II ii't. r.ttti
- - J WW...
, , , ,.
j new mid simplu means lor prevent
ing repealing has been deviled. A book
nf printed forim Is jirm-iil.nl, encli bclnj
numbered, and a space ufn; leu rnr trie
name mid addrcis of tho voter. A coupon
correspondingly numbered is utUched.
and this ii given to the voter when hu
registers, to lie pre'ented whin lie c.tts hU
vote. Tim common trick of rupcaturs
voting upon another man's iiamo is thus
prevented.
fSyAmong thu literary peoplo who
mako their winter homes in Wii-hington,
arc .Mrs. ij.uith worth, Mrs. Ann S.opheii,
Mr
Alary C'leiiiiiiur-.Vmcs, .Mrs. .Mary A.
DennUon, and Mrs. ll.irr.ct l'rescott-
jiuf-
ford.
TUB J'LOItlDA.
what nor.s oiiast mka.v i
(VVaI.. Cor. n.'lliu X. V. i.ir.ml, ?J nil.)
Gen. Darr, tho owner of tho Florida,
wit in thu city yesterday to liivomi in
terview with liiu'l'reodeiit mid Secretary
Full, but, after waiting in iheniiti-room of
the while hoiiu mid Hie etntu department
for two hour- in each ca-c, without e;et
tine; any icip.inso to his c.ird, ho retired,
iind tins returned to New York. (Jeiieml
Oarr naturnllv eiinU'. coiiiplmus of thii
irea'.meiit, especinlly as ihe. president
justilled the purpose of tho Florida's voy
age before her departure, mid lie thinks
the conduct of M r. Fish in fulling to yrnnt
hint mi interview exceedingly discount1
ou, in vlnvv of tho fact thnt thu ipi.!tton
with Sip:. In is of that oulrag'.ous char.icicr
which no other iiati.ui wou'd jiermit. Tho
conduct of our guvo-iimcm in regard to
this veel is p'culinr. On thn L'J 1 of
Nove iil.er S icreUry ltobe-on vvrotJ to
(ieneral D.irr that iiudor their goner il or
der the veels of our navy would permit
no outrage on tho American H.14 in thuir
pretence. When General I)irr
flit to the navy dipirtm-nt
thu protest of Georgu Mitchell
tho mii'lor of 1I10 Flurida,iig.iinit tlmaeilon
of the Spanish steaniers 'nco .Vunez do
Ilnltioii mid I).!eril.ridor thu teerularv ro-..1-1.1....
.-
1 ,v
i
I npnuocu imti inn in liter v.ionool n (liplo
Imiitie character, nd Mr. Fish muwured
I tli nt -ometime provious to the reception of
llirr rimmiinicalion thnHpanili irovorn-
uient, through its minWtwr here, ha I been
o.-u 11 (..,(, ior expianaiion, 11 1111 Hint tins
.'..11 would ho repeated. To Dan's claims
lor ifi.wj') a.m.,.
)l d.inin .us tho attornev I'nn.
ern) niHdu a ainiilxr reponfn to Secretary
Kobeiun s, while Mr. Fiih inado iiontiswur
tall. General U.irr lots nnt beon Itblo tu
learn any tiling a, i Wml notion is pro
pu.ed by the sintu d.-p irtm.int, and to luiirn
tin vini the purpo.e of Ins vi.t vciterdaV.
IIu had mi interview with Gcioonl It.m !-,
thu clniiriiun uf tho houoi ciimniiiee on
foieij-n titfairs, with remits rpiltuiu iinsui
I'fuetory nt when, in In own laneiiui.i.
he wa "(ticking li's heel uboul thu suu
department."
IIOHTON nitKMES.
(From thn ilot m Tlmm.)
The dormilorici ot thu ll.ntuii llreincn
are model apartments, n nru all of thn
engine house. They urn all curnelcd and
r.irtiiihel with tho boU furniture. Thu
flrcmen havo a parlor or sitiiiieroon, inul
Inoo thu iriinge( u urprised There are
bru.ieli curpcth, black walnut furniture,
ornutactilxl bookcase well .locked with
u.tfiil voliniiB, fuciliiie for writing, a
piiino. and the wullt arc iirnain. nted with
h"iie painiing backed by Imndsome p i
per. The department suppllut nil neccs
?ury eoiiif.irtf, hut to ureal l thu rlvalrv
"vinnen mo rcvpectlVu coinpntilen to liow
up tliu urn i'. inviting nimit.-r', that tho
meiiien theinodvet in ikn himvy outlays,
aim icpective Irfeudt aid them in their
work ot rullnemoiit wiin llberxl lu.ml.
Aiming tho many g.wid regulutiom. of llu.
demriini-ut l ihe strict oln.irv men of
ti.u Silibath mid prohili lion of lolnxln.
ilea mnl profunliy, duclurgj fjllywm
the Ircukuijeof thu rule.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
THE CIIIGOT TROUBLES.
A D ISOLATED COUNTRY.
POWELL CLAYTON. THE AUTIIOH
OF THE TROUULE.
(api-it M.iU-li ti Mr- Misjnurl Ketml.l cnn.)
? ') f pills, .Inn. 'C Tb Appeal, to-mor-
?.,w . .. .iii. tviMMiiM ii letter Irom Mr.
0 V. Mwri' of Clno:o tit lint). J "ieph
Mudill, the wr.U-r laving just ruaclad this
city friini Luke Villag, Ulilcol vounty,
Arknn'ii', on hl y 'orih. Ho gives
fi.iiio v. ry Interiitlng futts rclntlve to tho
Into "Utbrviik ul thnt phite ri.rroboriitliig
uvury mrtUtilnr nlvi'ti in thojy dippntvhes
nt tllu time, llu n.ys th.it tho tuwn Is
nearly depypiil td, iii-iirly nil hnUiP Imv-
Ihuii iiutiniloiiL'd J Unit ftoek on the
iili.nlntlotis In i!im. viL'iui.v Ih nil btcn
' ... i . ..... i ... i. .:. i.. ......u
;,a tIlo;t ..very whtt wom in 4n c.mp.ny
with whit.- nu'ii nfritld .f their live, mid
. . ..... ... 1.- ..a ...... t .!.. !.'......
-t'l'll; llHV ll! I'uf-miu. i.nij
.il.iiu.itioii is for sle nt n traction of it
former worth : hirijo portions of the little
crop of cotton tiil in'the tleidt watting;
neroe' riding in tho strict and roads
with their nuns : white men all gloomy
and dejected, ami not a smiling face se-jn,
and In reply to his own question as to
what caused't'ils devastation, he said :
"Nothing, sir. Nothing Ht nil that is
l.ecul'ii' to Chicot county. Nothing that
diirers from almost any county In Missis
sippi, Arkansas or LjuNiana. Only the
re.it tld.il wave th..t has been rolling
ver the st ito broko a llttlo In Lake VII
lingo and wrtlcd the whole country. Hut
ho outbreak was as likely to occur in any
other spot. Ho cronerntei tho ncifro mob
l.om all bin me In the murdors nd out
rages and nys thev were only tho execu
tioners. They only obeyed instructions.
riiHi- mv thn ludile of "the county court
and" his tu'ordlnnte give tho order, but
tlwy it.) not to bi.iiiio ii limy only ooyea
t 'o instriictioti o ihn governor, wno uavo
him ii carte blnnehe to run the business of
the county, wno gave him blunk commls-
on; to Hpnoinl nil his sub irdinates. Ilut
the uoveriior Mcts onlv for hU master for
l'ovvell CIhvIoii, ten 'tor ol Arkunsas in
Viililngt'in. Thorn I believe I tmced
the author of this great crime. To him,
to his tuliite, to hl thieving, worthless,
lckc.l crew ol Loinuit. Iii.l.l I nir nil omces
in the statu l.v hit ..pp.iii.tiiwit, by his
frauds and imjiosilluiis upon thu poor un
learn, d darkies.
'The record of his infamy in tho statn is
w.-M known; now lie, became t:oVernor :
how he issued fraudulent certificate, how
he indued the leiji-liiturc, composed large
ly ol negroe", two-liiir.ls ot wiiorn ennnot
rend or write, to puss laws nlh.winc tho
Covemor to appoint all county officer! un
til election in IHi.';tiow no usucu stale
bonds ad libitum ; how ho bceamo senntor
bv ii fr.pl 1: how ho conlruclod with Hidd
en In eor.sidcrnuo of lntvtnrr him elected
novernor, and how this appointment plan
worueu in Uliicot county. Hi tells .inn
Miisoii, n 5inart mulatto innn r.iised on a
pliititulion there, ho will m.iko him-judid
ot the count v if he ulll havo leected to tho
stalo senate tho man he wants. Ofcourso
thu muli.tli) is crenled judge, and also has
appointment sent in blank for him to fill
up. for other county officers."
Thn writer concluded by nn earnest ap
peal fur u republican form" of government
in Arkansis,nnitcoinmends thu authorities
ton speedy trial, and appeals to congms
and tho president.
rrm rni) t niirn
cni.i.Arsi: or a cmmmkiiuihi. aokncv
WOJIA.n'M hUrPKAOB AKhOCIATIO.V
flir.r. I.VIJI n-uuitiivt. rif w,lf VCKI.
HosTov, .lan. 30 --A uoinniiircial agen
cy, wliiuli w .plabllhod h.ini two months
inco by Ji!ll'eron and Henry llrock, l.ro
ther. cnlliipscil to-day, leaving one hund
red young men and girls, cmp'oyed as
clerk, without pay, in my nftliem de.tii.
t'ldiMind iimong strangers. Thn-n are n'.o
iiiiinerou creditor.- for stock i.nd llxtures,
and inerchi'il urn miiiiH their advanc.)
paviu.-nl.. It is said tho brother have
lie 1 lo Canada.
The opening swioii of Iho woman's suf
frage ii-ofi.iiion whs la-Id in Tremrnt
Tempi.-, thi evening, mid about six liund
rd pcro.ns w. r. nre-cnl. Win. J.lvod
Girrison f poke iin-1 denounced thu doet
I ri'nn of fren lovo nf ndvaiicr-d by Mr.
1 Woodlnill in connection with tho woman
I suffrage movement.
WATKIIWOKK4 IT.OJECT DT.r F.ATKI).
j FoitT Wayn i: I.vn., .l in. Oi). Tho wat
' erwork otle'tion was defeated here tn-lac
by a voto of SC" again. t, to 1115 In favor of
their contriietin. A had been antici
pated, the small property owners and tax
payer were ont in full force, and voted
solid agaiiHt the project.
NOf.TII fAUOMNA SK.VAT0H.
Kalkwii, X. C, Jan. General M. W.
It'tti'nm, has been elected United States
senator. Thn republican generally take
no part in the election, claiming tliat the ,
legislator) had no right to elect n senator
nt this time.
sruooi. Tiioriit.Ks in nf.w iihunswick.
St. Jotiv. New Mriiii'iwick, Jan. 1!0.
About live thousand KnuiHii catholics as
sembled in nvts meeting hero on Sunday
aflernonn to exprc thoir oiininii regard
ing llicir now school net, and to adopt
measure to supp rt their own schonii.
IlCATII Ol' 1'IIOMINKNT (IHIl.MAN PITIZKN
AMiKltVIA.NIC lll'.lllKltV TUIALS.
(.'iiic.vr.o, .Inn. 30. John Gindele, n
leading German citizen, dr d very sudden
ly nt l.iko View this morn'ng.
Kt-aldurinaii Joseph A. Monteomerv
wn4 to day found ettilty uu mi indh'ttnent
for bribery. Ho becainti very rritluss in
urt, mid on tliu verdict being rendered
deiiMlided to he locked Up. He ollcrcd to
plead guiltv on another Indictment. Hail
i'wiu refined pending a inolion tor 11 new
ttl'.l.
Thor.ieof Aldcrmmi Guitav Humo was
then taken up and considerablpjleitlmony
Km elicited,
mTiti'crivK vini: noii.Kit r.xri.osioN
at 1111: hoUrilllllS Oil. WOHKS TURKU
KILLED AND WOUNliKti.
Mkmimus, Jan. 30. A firo to-day de
stroyed the move and lluwiiru establish
ment of J. W. Wolter.ng. on tho corner of
Main mid Washington streets. Lou on
stock i'iOOO; insured. Thu building be
longed to M. 11. Greonlaw, mnl win valued
ut lu,000; insured for the lull amount.
Ivirly tins morning inu uuuur 01 mu
Southern Oil Works, in tho Navy.yard,
exploded, killing two negroes, wounuing
mioviier, and also damaging 1110 uuiiuing
considerably.
IIOItKUll.E OUT11AOE.
Sprclnl to llu- Clncuno T.inc.l
Nkw York, Jan. 30 In Juitico Re
leys curt, llriHiklyn, tn-dny, Kmma
Tii.iiiiiion liniigcd lierell In in r cell. She
wiia cut down and liur life cuved lir tU
time, Liul tho threaten yet tn kill lierself.
Sliu la tliu hu.iiitlfi.1 dnugliterof reipecu.
Llo parents In Jurscy City. On Suturdiy
evening thu went to thu tlicntro with her
bctiolliud, and after tho nurlormanco 11c.
cjuipanlcd liiui, as sho supp. .ted, to h ro-
I'lKlimuni auioun. nu uriiL'i'ii i.n.n rnv
lulled her, nod wliell uliuiiw.ik.i nn SuniUy
lio wiis nloli.t. Her betrayer had fled unit
the keupur of the br.thul In.d stolen her
colly 11 j 1 j 11 r-1 iii.d left thu chenp i)res
in wniuli -lie wns altir. d when tliu p.. lieu
fiiuiid her wiindering. n-eiiilniy drunk, in
a llr.ioKlvn -licet. Sliu wul 1101 tuvcnl
her luvur'a iiuiiiv,
IMMMISt. ASIII. S.TCI
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W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUITLY DEPOT
13 TENTH STRUT,
CAIRO ILLINOIS
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ETeatilter,(wlWtBilowaiH
FrRMM, rierlBt;f I-tri.
SklnClM, fiUsMI RMhi Glased Bid
IJglits, GUaed Trsnm,
siaak Wclskta, Suk Pnllirs and Cardi,
Blind raataalBss, Roaflaf
rlt, Kaatlav OratBt, PUiUrlac
Paper, Carpet rclt, Whlta
Laad. Ltased Oil. American Window
taiau, EnglUli nndFre neb
Plata Glaai, Patty, Glailer'a Pelnta
wr Pipes Patent Ctilmneya,
Eta., Etc., Clc.
OKilTfl (or Hock Kith Ppr CompinjV
II. W. John'i ImproTrd RooGajc lwjt
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71. FALL-WINTER. '72
C. HANKY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
Ticiciisra-3.
CHECKS,
AID
STRIPES,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
CASSIMERS,
BLACK ALPACAS
4X0
LUSTERS,
CAOS'.JtAIN SILKS,
POPJiISfM.
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
oil ci-oxns,
MATTIMd,
Window Hhav1a,
01LT BARDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
DAMASKS,
HI Kttlr Fittest Nam CIimIbv On(
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
corner 8th T., and COMMKRCIAL-AT.,
Cailro, Illlnttli.
aatitllf
UUTCIIKIIN.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
Hate rroin nil),
POrVI.AR NT. AT MAI1KRT,
COMMERCIAZ-AT.,
Uftwerii Mnih ainil Tentli Hireela,
ai.?hiK..M"
hshiir.fi ii .. a. V""M niisiiir. liiiy ucitcuiu
Vtmon. Uivetutiuftirial. pltlti.
FEBRUARY 2, 1872,
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'. II. UORR1S,
Notary Hubhc,
It. It. CANtlKI
No. Pub. ana 1). a. Ccro.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK.
CCIDENT, LIFE,
4ETVA, ItARTFORU,
Aiittt .
..S.MJ.WI 97
kortii AJir.r.tCA, ta.,
Aattl'..
..2,TS3,0CO O
HAKTroRtl. COSM
Anetl. I.M 1,110 7
rUUMIX. UARTt'ORD.
Allttl 1.7S1,1IS ti
INTIRHATtOXAL, M. T.,
...1,3M,3'JI li
Aiseta....
PCT5ASI, HARTrORD,
Awita
...70,9.7 W
CLEVELANI, CLr.VELANI),
Aaitt 511,073 J
HOME, COLUM11UB,
Aaiata .
5IJ.n ti
AMERICAN CENTRAL, HO.,
AiaeU JO.O'JO 0!
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LITE,
Aaaeta .
ju.vfi.nco ft
TRATELXRB, HARTTORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Anetl t.f-00,0'0
KAILWAT TARSENOERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Auala SC0.1W. .
INDErENBXVT, BOSTON,
AaaaU M,.
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CAN'DKE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Hank, CAIIIO. ILL.
FIRE AJS'D MARINE
1 1ST S TJ J HIT O '
tojii'A.tiiysi
MAOAItA, N. Y.,
Aast tl,W..'tC i
OKRMANIA, N. V.,
Aaaati I,0W,T2I 7
HANOVER, N. Y.
Aaitl TiO.SM l
RErUIILIC, N. Y.,
Ann Tii.ra i'
CompriamK th Uad-iwril-rs' Ajjuncy.
YONKKRS, N. Y.,
Aaiat STS.IM 1'
AI.IIANY CITY,
Aaiata 4M.19.I Si
firemen's fund, a. r.,
AlMta 673,000 (a
SECURITY, N. Y.-
-ilARI.VK,
i.tai.bi. no
Aaiata..
STORE, DwellmRi, Furniture, Itnl'a nnd Car
eor, lnure. hi la'ei h fHVomblo i aouml,
prrmanfnt aeeurilv l I urrnt
I ri-npretiully n'k 01 the cit.ton of Cairo, a
liaie ol their latrunaue,
4'. N. Ht'flilF.N.
FVIIN AMIS HUSKS.
II. LEVY & CO.,
DiAliai in
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FUATIIUIIS, r.TC,
D3 OHIO.LEVBE.
CAIIIO, Il.LI.N0I8,
novlSt
MISit'Kl.liA.NKOITSl.
r.L. IIUi'ETT, & SON,
Iraporttrr, Manufacturfra and Jobbr of
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE
Brass mad (isrmaa Nllver
BAND INSTRUMENTS,
No. 26 S. Third Street,
cclO'l'rn,
ST. I.OI1IS. MO.
JAMES KYNASTON,
Mnlehcr rd Ilenler In nil Kind I'reali
Jlcl,
Coaaaa tfiyimxTit ax rorna BiBirT,
) A IK I, ILLINOIS.
riUYH and alamlitrra only the f ry drat eatllr,
Ij lion and atirrp, ami l ntrpair J lo till ny
ileuiA-il for Irvh m4i. from uue pouml In leu
tlioui.nd pvuiiaa. iler-utf
svM h a ni :.im )lt.
WMrViTsoHuSiV,
liuiir(rr mnl U'liolmntii Dcntcr In
WJKES, LIQUORS,
AKB
TOBACCO &c CIOAKS.
Af-cnt for the Ix-si trand of
CltliAM AND STOCK ALE,
inn
luiinrl(Ml Aim or lllrrprrnl Klndn.
75 Ohio Lkvkk,
11 r-Ai"o. M,MNnia.
V. M. STUCKFLKTU,
ucciisat roHLi 1 itoci.rt.rtB
llectlfjcr nml IVhntrnnlr Dralrr In
t orriK" miiu iloniMtle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Onto Levee,
Cttao, ILLINOIS.
HE krrpion hand conttanlly a full atofk o J
Ul.l Kvuliickt lluuitioo, 11) and Mooonia-'1
in-M uni.kii'., 1 reni-n llrindn-n, iioUaad OIn,
IthlnennU ilnlnnruM Wliic. l.nJoil
1IUOTN AMI MIOSJI.
WILLIAM KI1LEHS,
ra'hlonabte
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
TWENTIETH STREET,
tletweea VVii-hintoa avrnun aaJ I'Jfilir
CAIIIO, ILL.
Dooli anil f Sifn Mad- lo Ordfr.
Klna VWrkmrn Km.lojrrd.
t:atif.v:tlon Warran'ad.
I'atronaK-i rntleil
CITY SllOf. STORK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
ion istxcT roi
BBOLASKI'S"
Custom-made
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial Avenue, Corner of FJ-ftilh
Nlrcct.
Cairo, Illinois.
TARTICULAR ATTENTION I'AID TO ALL OR
DER FOR IKIOI'kKIHTS AND SHOFS.
l.NSlltANCi:,
"T III CM. PH."
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.
Ol Clnrliinnll.
taacta 1SVJ"0"1
Hu'icili all Vlndiol rltlo.
r. ititossi,
ncl2:i' Asmt.Cim. .
it A I..
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prtparrd to aupply cuitnmar villi thn tl
i(UUiy o.
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
COAL.
OWIKItS lefVnt llalllday llroa. oltif. 70 OHIO
LKVKK, or nt tho I onl Yard Iwlow the Ht.
Churl.- lintel, Mill reeelm pionilit Mlanilon
I IIK'IUH " MO.Vi'At'K'1 will Li-mi; roal lona
lde ateamfra at "iiv h.uir. ori-Mf
CMAa, icuoiHtvm. wihum aciuca.
JHAS. SCHOENMEYER & CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPIIOLSTERINO
AND
Mattress Manufacturing,
Furniture lteinlrln-r,
PICTURE FRAMING.
All ordera promptly attended to,
NORTHWEST CORNER OK WASHINGTON AT
ENUK. AND TKNTII ST.,
CAIRO, ILL.
O. Drawfr If".
JanSlf.
JAKE WALTER,
BUTOHBE;
and crAira in
FRESH MEAT,
ElOIITII STIIEF.T, Detween WA8IIINOT0N
and Commercial avenues,
Adlolnlni- lllllennoiie Ilnnuy'a.
K--P Hie lt "f '' ro,k Mh,'"' V'1'
1,'inl.. Hu'i. '.. nd riro rrcn-red to aerv
i. itua lu ll.o inoit acceptable i aancr.,
xntoi.rM.T. cnocF.R".
"ii."' smyth"&"co;'
"WHOLESALE GROCERS,
onto i.xvist
c a 1 it . 1 1. ii : o 1 ft .
Also, ksp coalBtly on hand moat m
pUte atock of
Xjicatrons
hcvtcii and mtsn whiskim
-DIN H,
1 orl, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba Wine
I) JHYTIl A CO. aril -iclulrlr for taih.lo
L. which fort thrr ttirit tn pcll tia
ion l cluif trmu bujara.
gptcittl attention qiten to Filling Qrdtr
l.r.ltM. AUKST.
ILYLL1DAY BROTHERS
GENERAL- AGENTS
FORWARUINO and COMMISSION
HSKCII AXTI
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
anu of
Ohio Hives- Md Usksntwka
70 Ohio Levee,
CAIRO. ILLINOIS
IAINTR1U
MOORK k MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
PAI1TTEES,
Deeornllt-e PnterhnnKlnr,
intr, rte.,
Kalaoruiat
4
Don In th hiahait
till- el tha art. kid a
ratal tin
atdtly competitloa.
SHOr IN rERRY HOUSE, CORNER OF 8TB
TREF.T AND CMMF.RCIAL AVENUE.
AMMISH.
EL DORADO
BILLIARD
SALOON AND
ROOM.
BAR
JOHN RATES), Proprleter.
IWC-.mmereial Asanie, CAIRO, ILLINOHJ
Hart brand of California Cicaraja-t racelvad,
BILLIARD aaion furnlahrd ith lh b it ol
labia i and bar aunplird with adnei, lla,uora
in I rjgara nf 111 finr-i braiida.
A. SUSANKA,
ProprUior
MAGNOLIA SALOON
And Dealer in Korelgn and Doraeitlo
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
07 Obio Leree,
i
netween Ninth and Tenth Strtata,
Cairo, III.
dn-lTtf
DEXTER EXCIIANOE,
1S Ohio Levee, aer Htoao Beset
J. D. Z AN ONE, TROPRIETOB,
FreHh Shell Oysters Received DiljJ
Keeps alwaa
en hund laltlmore ul Mobi.e
Uyaiera, which h will be glad to aersc lo Vila rua-
lomf r In Ihe lt elir.
dertll
CASSIDY, WOLFE & CO.,
ciuiaai l
Produce and Groceries
VrA&niNQTON AVKNUE, BETWIIK
ElOIITII AMD NINTH BIB., V
CAIRO,
.LLINOIS
'Give them a 011 1
decKJiUra.

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