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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1872,
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THK DOLLAR WW" l.ULLKTIK.
.TnMl.h.i inHh llllnnla.
RLoOD-LETTlSO OlIASDI.tn fajf
God mar forgive the unrepentant rebel,
but ho never will. Now let the unre
pentant rebel go lmng bim.elf or join
the republican party.
Although Grant did deny that bo
knoTT Lcet, one of the " general older "
men connected with tbc New York
custom house, it turns out that Leot
is Mrs. Grant's cousin. As Lcet can't
be termed a poor relation by any
means, the mvstcrv is why Grant
should deny him.
An interviewer has interviewed
Gen. Hancock with an eye to fiuding
out the political situation as under
stood by the genoral, with this result :
"I do not desire to have anythinp to
1 say upon the subject, but you can
state that I never decline anything bo
fore it is offered to me, and of course
I could not have declined tho prcsi
1 dency. I should however, prefer to
1 be considircd not a candidate, rather
thin to appear as seoking the office."
SjESATOR CuASDLxn of Michigan, is
another radical senator, who like Mor
ton, believes that Grant's administra
tion has given to the country the
most honest and efficient civil service
reform it has ever had. This bolster
ing up of the president is all well
enough and has n cortaiu sort of effect,
perhaps, but the public havo a disa
greeable habit of reflecting on the
character of tho men who bestow
such indiscriminate praise, and un
fortunately. Chandler and Morton
both furnish, abundant food for reflec
tion in this respect.
TnE Brown resolution on the milit
ary .occupation of Chicago, mention of
i-i--.. -Kaan.uiado jn thcic columns
cuncsuav, as it uu been tiro or
three times before. Tho resolution
created much discussion, tho Grant
men being unanimously in favor of it,
tbc democrats opposed to it, nnd leaning
to this side were also, tho republicans
in whoso breasts still linger a faint feel
ing of respect for tho constitution and
laws of the country. Tho forces being
arranged in this way, the engagement
commenced nnd ended in boing a drawn
battle. After a lengthy discussion, a
motion to postpono indefinitely the
whole subject, was adopted by a vote of
sixty-nine to fifty-nine. Tho motion
was made by Mr.. Koernor of St. Clnir
county, a liberal republican whoso fear
ofihe party lash, is not great enough
to keep him nt all times within tho
party lines. Mr. Haines of Lake, also
a rcpubJican,avorcd tho motion and to
locjiuigusi oi, mo urant men. ucciqrcu
the conduct , of Sheridan as illegal as
thtu jnvasion of Virginia by John
Brown. The conclusion of the wholo
maUer,is not calculated, to pleaso Grant
and Sheridan pver much.
"WAS IT MUltDEK?
tAj.rlay, or twp agp, nn accident
caused by a collision between trains,
occurred on a railroad, ijcar Morjtliuu.,
Mississippi,, by which tevcra.l persons
wera.killed and several wounded. Tho
Meridian Uazetlr given tho caiifo of tho
ttccidout. Theuffairinay not bo in
vcbtigated, the men by -wh010 Jaut the
accident occurred may not be wmht
to justice, but they will bo no k.4H
guilty of murder than if they W(lr
tried, convicted and hanged. Says the
'P,uf Equities lead. u to heller, that the
eollMoa ws only the sequel of the dl.
k.o.u. urunaen spree, or last Wednes.
day night, when a party of railroad mm
under the influence of vile liqUor. i:
slulged in orgies of tho most licentious
vM.. r, vi wuicii wie Uautte has r Wen
8"' in i'' 'local columns. We hof. f"
tW take of human nature tbat we art In
error, hat ut on.-...; .l A "r"
UexcusabH , ' i'
GRANT'S PRESENT STATUS
Notwithstanding the safctv bi,n.,..
lelt and expressed by the adherents of
""UV rcSard t0 re-election, the
"i-r-..on to him growJ stronger cvorv
Ivu : within ,he Icst fcw souths
-ir-.won Ba8 Dot bce 0pCDj
SF?!fX rao"5 t'e democ-
""w """"Bathing to fear from
W.of w-osldential r.!L- , .
iLi ii.j .. : . ,ur uve been
utMMMlGd. ,- upcctators
course, and free to antirnv.
i. .J 4 Qt con
dettin as occasion justified. Tint t
bas been very little to approve in hi,
'qlstration is a fact which.
i in ted at by his
friends and supporter, is now rung out
iuclurioti notes by thcm'ntfhis strong
o.u enemies. To make use ol an old
,iMii(' the courfc of puhhV opinion is
like that of a river It " wnetiiM
diflk'ult lodifcou'r it" fjurec, hut its
iiicrehec in width "u r''1 '"rc0
is obwrvflblelo ovory oyc. It would
be iinjioiblo, perhaps, to plncq the
Ingcr upon the firat.uutnistakablc ten
tiinent of disapprobation f '-Jen. Grant,
once the ndmirtd of the people nnd
always the idol of tho radical
party, but it is undeniable that it has
assumed proportions formidable enough
to alnmi the president nnd those wnose
political interests tiro bound up in lii-
re-election. The outspoken opinions
of Fumlor Pehurz, tho plainly under
stood courso of Horace Greeley, and
lite attitudo of Senators Trumbull,
Sumner nnd others whose abilities and
characters alike command respect, are
having their legitimate effect, and tbc
causo of Gen. Grant has weakened per
ceptibly within tho last few months.
But recently, tho idea of his defeat
in tho next campaign was riduuled
it is now regarded as ouo of the very
probable events of tho future.
CSF The Gorman government has de
vised a schomo that promlsos to be a great
vent in the historr of architecture. It is
intended to build a now homo of parliu- I
mental Berlin, nnd tho dwlre Is to make
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it a model structure. cnu "
arciiuocis oi uu mo iianuiu on mu
are invited to compcto by submitting plans
before tho 15th of April next. A prize of 1
$5,000 will bo paid for tho best design,
and prizes of 11,000 each for the four noxi
best. All tho plans wllHhon be printed
In unlnmonso book, for tho use or arcni-
tects. Suoli n volume cannot fall to pops-
oss great Interest and to bo of vast va'U6
to tho art.
oT A frtiini u'nmnn in Djivtnn. O.. was
J b " '
olsr J wttu spasms and seal io u.o c..u.,
i . . i
Inflrmury, when medical aid wns summon-
ea. a uiagnosis ruvemeu mi i'uv:u""' I
Mii-Tf uspd. nnd the result of tho narturi-
.t Vin iiivru nfu lUnnl. In ice
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lion. 1r InnhM In length. Tho c rl S In
a fair way to recover, and tho doctor will
not be prosecuted for abortion.
nan.lt Is now very deDnitely settled
that the eastern terminus of the Union
racinc raurouu nnu uo .m .
.1 i l ,i i. . in u
Omahn, that corporation having also agreed
to construct and muintain a bridge acrosn
tho Missouri river at that point j also, that
r1 transfers of mall, freight und expre8
tnnlter shall bo tnado at Omaha. A duoot,
to cost not Ms than $100,000, Is to bo built
nt that city.
ring his passage from tho gr-.-at bridge de
pot to tlio Unit liouia. One-third of tho
pooplo on tho sidewalks did not bollcvo
tho man in tho bcc-guiu hat to bo tho roy
nl perain, nnd hots wero frcolv offered on
Gun. Outor und Gen. l'roston, ench of
vhom wero mistaken 'for Ills Imperial
tfiyTbo Hornet u vessel whoso namo
has of Into occnmnilly appeared in tho
papers is the fnstost sailing steamer in
American waters. She mnkes 10 knots
per hour ontily with 10 pounds of steam,
which Is Incrousud to 17 knots when she
carries 45 pounds, tho highest umount al
Dgt. If Grant shall keep his curulo dial
four years longer, bo wi)l, on retiring, (if
ho it then minded to retire), bo able to im
itato Augustus Csesar in least one respect,
and truly say: "I fcund Washinto
brick; I left it Sjiiccu sandstone I"
B.Arrelti of porioin charged , with
kn-kluxlng continue to be made
Olenveland county, N. O. by Deputy
United States Murshuh and soldiers.
SSf Trains begun running on tho Cairo
and Fulton railroad between Jilttle Jtoek
(Ark.) nnd Little Rtd rivor Thunday,
distuncoof 50 miles.
GEN- R. JEWELL.
INTKr.CSTINO lUUTlClM.Am 01 TUB LAST
II.LNJ AM) DEATH OF THIS COM'KDK
KATK LKADEIl ALMOST HIJIlI.TANKOUS
DKATH OK HIS WIFE 1I1SIJVI.VO WISHES
iiEsi-EciiNa the i.vscmrno.v uro.v ins
IFrom ilie N.isliyllle, (Trnn.) Hnuncr, Jan. 20
Tho citizens of this commui.itv nore
deeply pained, though not 'Stirprifcd, tp
umr mm Liieut. uen. it. a. jswcii ind
,vi last onrlv yesterday mornins;,
"""'lenea near Hprlng mil, Maury
county, 'nmlntolllffonco which had boeii
Sbv. .7.Uirnftlhl3 Previous two or three
alVtnV.m iU,5w"--on. had prepared us
all, to expect tho ,0r,i FollowinL' close
upon the decease of hir -,iq r 7
ceated a feeling of di , 7" ,,".d,OVonl
visible on every countenan" Wh'Ch
General Ewell was sick "m
days. On the sixth day of huec
had grown so much better and n,l ,
spirits, that ho desired the if Indow r ,
room to bo raised for tlio admission it
the cool, Invigorating ulr. Hut thu effect
was too sevcro lor ills weahened system,
and ho sank Into a rtlapie und never ral
lied, for tho eight or nlno days which
followed he was alternately better And
worse hanging all tho tlmo between lift,
and death. Ills ndble. warm-hearted wile,
who had anxiously und vlglluntly watchl
ed brsldu his slok bed, through woarines
and want of rcit, succumbed to the same
fatal disease Thong) noonnhad unnouni'.
fd to him lodemh, ho suld that ho guctsid
tho terrible truth, bccausHjho saw that "u
pull had fallen upon the house." Ills
si-nt's had becotno so keenly tusceptible tn
evcrthing transpiring around him, that
von the thought of hi attendant seemed
laid bare to bis perception.
After ho had mndo his will nnd other
arrangements lor tho disposition of lii.
prppitry,.and after ho had been Infonned
thru hit race was almost run, lie remark-
el, with tho calm simplicity clinracterlatlo
oflilin, '! don't want any innnumirit nils-
" r miij oniy a plum huiiil-tono am
ywt-stoiip.liketfiosfiorcr tlio uraves of mv
"nit vbi in tho Confedrrt" servlcis
symptoms, telne no less than tho thrusting California mo ot uoien josenuine jiaiu
of a head out of her throat which appear- MJ. JJf f l"
cd to be that of a snako. l'ropor remedies tt,01.h to n.ric. conversant with tin
migbt ho infctibed upon ono of tho stones,
bin i wisn not'iinu, tn tlio inscription
wlilch will cost uny reduction upun the
government or vlio United HtutiB.
Gen Ewull hud been In thn habit of
waring b pair of l-lnu liifuttlry jinnu
uloonj, which lift had purchase fulieiifiit
U the v.'nr. Upon co occasion, not lun.j
licforo di-iitli, nnd ttbon ho could ponl
otiiv ith tho urc.iU'il ilitlionlty, liu biiiu oi
tn.Mn, AtnTiiii tny il;liitf.j,''iipilrit the
United .StiilM m loni'. It Ustr,iri-o tha an
old i Ir of in nutrv limita tions euould kill
mo nt Inst." 1I HttributiiU lili dnnlh to
liuvlnt' put thoin on during tho dold
wciitliur aftur having worn a much thicker
Aj to his fohcral, h laid that ha wanted
nodlspluv.no pomp, no parudo over hit
remiilna, Out thnply wl-hol that his com
rauei anu irlundf, It tliey aeiirei, migni
slow their respect in a plain Hnd unottun
When tlio corpso of hi wife, shrouded
ii nd In tint coffin, whs tnkeii into his mom,
jut pruvlous to tbclr buln sent to Naih
villf, NVeined.,y inorhing, he was nibed
up from his pillow, that hu inljjht look up
on her f;icu for tllu last tlmo. Ho was too
wo.ilr to fchjw any emotion, but whlsporcdrj
a with that licr lunorai inigni uouciayou,
o that both mli;ht take placu at tho tame 1
time, and both bo laid side by sida In the
sumo crave. "They wore beautiful In
tholr lives, and in death they wero not
dlvldod. " , ,
Last Wednesday night respiration be
camo to difficult that Ewell could not
speak. That evening, as well as during
three or four days previous, oryfowof
his frionds wero admitted to his chambsr,
as It was absolutely necessary that he
not be disturbed. Though denied tho
power of speech, ho rotalnod his mental
faculties until tho last, Indicating his wants
bv signs. He dl-d nt half-past twoo'clock
vcsicrdnv morning, cslmly, peacefully,
m-Mimii a. ulni'ln strueclu. Ills couai-
cnanca woro a look of placid resignation
Hnd wns more llfe-liko In oppression after
than a short tlmo yuioro nis uoaiu. , J
nrKl Knoll' rimainf will be interred tn
lhu cily Cemetery, by the side of tho wife
whom ho lovud so well
fPlI? MANSFIELD AGAIN.
.0.J OlAaOLltJUU AUiUll .
AN- INTERVIEW "WITH LAW.LOB,
II EH FORMEH UUHUAJNiJ.
xnE MALICIOUS LIBELS OF THE
irrom 111c whwiw i.vs.j
nuUuho4 n letler from tho San Francisco
corrcsponuoni purponing io giTo mu ennj
titinili to nartl
nTv hUtnrv of "tho beautiful siren,'
It l known tobouutruo.it miisht not be
1 - - - - '
ol suuicion imiior.iiiieo "TOI
... . ripn ininthn rnui mess a coniie-
ncainst whom rumor or newspaper
I roport never beforo raised Its defamatory
i wif.n Tim rrf.niiomnti ia ."i r. pranK ijuw-
hor. director of tho academy of trinsldln
tins city, nnu wno, as is won Known,
i tun iiusnnnaoi inumucn-iiRBuui-"wi""i
- . . . ,,,,,., i,0 nro.
, ' .rrj
After distorting the facts concerning tno
death of Joseph Slansflcld, father
of Ilolon Josephine, the &'ui
proceeds with tho statement that
Lawlor's marrlngo with tho hitter was the
result of nn elopement from tho convent,
of N'llte Damn nt S.tn J ise, where 'shu
had hcuu . ulaced to llnUh her I'ducation ;
rolr(iof o ban lTnncnco unit Uefit to
board ultli tho brldn'a rmulicr, iri..
subsequent to Munrtlelil'ii doith, mnrriod
with n Mr. "Wnrrun, and llnully that l.nw
l'ir and Warren nttemptud, but failed in
the'uttompt, to black-mull nn Knglishman
named Perloy out of 5,000 for nllcgcd
trilling with thh ntlectious of Mrj. Milus
Qold, in which llttlugaino she, nlso, took a
Keporter Havo you any oblecllon, Mr.
J Lnwlor, to giving tho TVmm u statement
I of your Cililorula oxpcrlunco for publlca-
Mr. Luwlor Nonn in tho least ,ns I
liuvobeenso shamefully slnndorcred nnd
tligmatized as n blackmailer. 1 had in
tunded to say nothing about it, mid havo
refused several nuiwpaper men
bctoru, ns I did not wunt my namo mixed
up with thol'isk ntl'air, nnd vuntod tb' say
iiouung to injure Josephine, hut It is
nothing moro than right that 'T protect
my owhebaractur. now that Jt has been
astnlled, und I shall do so ina court of
It. The story of your elopement with
Jucphiho was not truo? ,
Mr, L. No, sir. In tho first placo I
was never in San Jose, where the, elope.t
ment is said to havo havo occcurred, In
my Hfo. 1 11 rt mot tlio girl about ,1803.
Sno was young, pleasing nnd attractive,
nnd nt that time ir'nod. I liked her
vory woll but had no engagement ,wlh
nor unci no ucsiro to marry. In ibG4 I
went over to Virginia Oitv. Novada. to
play an ougngumunt, nnd it was while I was
tiiuro mat vt nrron and his wllo under
took tho blnekmaillng operation ,on tho
man J'erlev. I was not in tho stato of
(y.i morula nt that time, nnd can Drove It
Moreover, I novor saw Perloy in my Jifo
to know him. When I returnod 'to San
I nmcl.-co Josh) told tno nil about It. and
s'liu sno rouuu on mo lor nrotcct on : that
alio did not flmt know hor slon-fathor and
nioioor wero trying to makoimoney ou,
reriey oy using licr, i.tp u hor I did not
know how I Was colnir to 'protect her
without marrvim; her. and, that I was un
able to do. Sho insisted, and 'finallv T tlid'
marry nor to savu i.er irom tho ovil influ
onccs of her own parents.
Then you did not reside with bar,
mother alter marriage I
Mr. J-.. . o. r rom that day td this I
avo never spoken to "Warren, nor did I
allow Joslo to, nnd sho never saw her
mother but once uftcr that, and that whs
lust bpforo wo left California for Now
York. I tried to keop her irood nnd nuro.
nd for two years,l will say this In her bo
alf, no wife over conducted herself moro
properly toward hor husband than she did
to mo. Jioforo wo marrisJ I told hor tbat
elm might Und sotno ono richer than mo,
nnd, indeed, iho mliiht have married al.
most whom sho ploused hi Ssn Francisco
at that time, but sho, declared, she; hud
rather live in a cottago with me than in a
alnce with any person else. X was fond
f her but never cared for hor so much but
ihut I could givo her up easijy ijwhen I
ioum ,i,0 going astray.
"When was that?
Jlr. L I, w. A..,.,l . .!.,! ., .1
s U Now York. ' I had some rea
f .h?li,i u'ptcll'1,'mdtold her one day
determined to do wrooB nnW,l,h,Rl.,l, Wff
not stuv u,l,l i,. i lllal I could
It When was that J "
i So,"l;timo In 1808i
Jir. t,. faevoral months.
hw I cmtliiufd to send hor $30 h week for
tor support nt.llMd ,w,.lt,ve proof Urn
A f i
I iniii I i "lr'0-i "d then I stopped
' lU 1 uUia lir munovLfor h r
.upport, undsh,,,,,,, ,)H'v L lnV
vo!lc'IIaV yoU "Con ,,er ,,nco yurdl.
lr.L.Ihivtinot,ttijd have tilway tiled
to forgot ler? and" not have my name con
nrctod with bvt't any longer. It was the
mistake of my life, marrying hor, but any
piron might have dono the same. Hut 1
have no III toeline against hnr. and do not
wlh to say anylTng that will injure her
more thsn sho Is hurt already.
't. Have you bebn "Interflowed" con
cerning tlili-fnnttrr hi-fore?
Mr. L. Nottir Wore. At tito urno i
tho "black Friday," tlio 'erWent a msn
to Albany to Intervlow mo. but 1 Know
niitliiriL' aboli t It nnd tola mm so,
K!sk was nwiifslnated the B'ipclnled prrsi
VJshod to loterylcw mo. Tuny received
orucrs iroin iuw iuik w h.ini. .....
did not wish my name connected wun
hers, arid I havo tried all I could to keep
out of the affair.
WHAT Tit DIU O.V W1CDNES0AT.
"LoutsviLLK. Jan. 81. Tho crHnd duko
at)d: suite wor. driven around the city to
dav Jnd "shown the flno resldencef. city
TIiht Visited the Louisville
arid Nashville railroad locomotive works,
and-lupched at,tbe.Kentucky club rooms
All llit party expressed themselves highly
pleasod ,TUh.t(iB,ylsir, and admired tho
private mansions and public edifices. Af
ter lunch tho duke, with throe citlxcns.
took Mr. M.xewis uiarK'a pnaeton and
drova off rapidly, leaving.hls suite behind,
and Having a tree ana iniormai nnre
about the city. Having expressed adosire
to tee Howard & Co.' models of vessels
built at Jeffersonville sulp-jard. Mr. Uow-
ard'hriJuRht them to Gait house this even
ing for inspection, and all wera very much
Dleasod with the examination Tho party
eave at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning for
the Mammoth, cave, accompanied bv
number of ladies and gentlemen. After a
brief exploration of the cave they return
to me railroad and proceed to jiempms
Thn nartT eo br special train.
The dune and suite attended tne opora-
house, and occupied a pri vate box specially
nuea ud and aecoraiea lor too occassion.
J. Parson Price jung a welcomlog ode, by
Geo;F. Fuller, manager
was, packed with people.
DRY GOOD Mr,
71. FALLWINTER. C72
C. H ANY.
SIR r 1-E
TUt5,TUCICT JKAJfS, KXTRA,
L AROJT8TO0K OF OARPKTINO
WlssIw 8hMl(i, i
OILT SAMDt, r- 5
VERY LOW PIOURES. (J,
CENTRAL MEAT1 MARKET.
.h'duimou;) yj r ,
' fill ;
I'OllI,AR MEAT MARKRT,
RttsiftH MolhaadTMlii Rlrevla,
.,iu'l,tlM1id'i?. ?i?i,",!,1n,,:' "n ,ln the best me!
n.til5 '!' ",,r" ""urU!. Th d.fcom.
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Bp S .
Fr . H
w. n. MoiiHts,
II. It. CANDKk
Mo, Pub. ami D.B. Ccro.
FIRE, HULL, OAltGO, LIVE STOOll
Assttl ii.M3.tOI 57
Kontn AMEBICA, TA.,
Asls 2.M4.210 7?
AiStf.... 1,781,119 86
IHTBRKATIOJfAL, K. T.,
Asset. t.va.rji 17
' CT.TETTELAJTD. CLETELAKD.
AUiniCAN CKNTRAL, UO-
Aet m WO.000O)
COVM-CCTICUT MUTUAL MFK,
Asstt SO.ouo.000 V.
TKATXLXR'S, HARTFORD, LITE AMD
SAILWAT FA8SIKOIR8 AtSURAMCB
CO.. If ARTFORD.
SAFFORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
FIRE AND MA.RINE
VIAQARA, n. t.,
Aseete S1.43C.2ie 2f
OKRMANIA, N. Y.,
Atsel l,OC,721 78
nAMOTSR, N. V.
Assets .'. ..726.SC2 OU
itrruBLic, v. t.,
Aset -.-...7M.9-25 Ol'
ComprmltiK the Underwriters' Agency.
TONKXRS, N. T..
AmU... 78.46i 1!
Ast 453.131 23
FIKKUXirs FUND. 8. Y..
rAeeetn 078.O00 0O
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINK.
'Aet. l,432,9!l CO
I CTOKK. Dwelling. Furn luro. nulla ami r...
1'O.SO", insured at rate n UininUo hi aound.
I uernianentNmur iv will mnt.
1 I reitiectlullj ailt ot Ilia cltuern of Cairo, a
, iiirv oi ineir pairouaje.
v. n. mrniiKN.
runs ani jiiiMx.
II. LEVY k CO.,
HIDES AND FlUtS,
' wooiH rr.ATiirit.H, kt'
1 T tirtif ismin .
Importer, Manufacturers and Jobbers of
Brass asa German Sliver
BAND INSTI UMENTS.
No; 25 S. Third Strmst, '
NT. LOUIS, HO.
BTJTOH ES "JRi
akd i) una ia
Eighth, Strkkt, Between Wabuinqton
and Commercial avenukb,
Adjolsilas; Rlltvtsliossse Ilunuy'a.
Keep I he bl of Beef, Pork. MhIIoo, Veal,
Lamb. buju. tc. and re rrilmred to kerve
itlteos ta tli most acccptsble manner.;
WIN FN AND n.
, 'niioriir h.iiI lVIinlcsnie ucnicr sii
Agent for tlio bonl brands of
OIIEAM AND STOCK ALU,
ltnpnrlHl Ale of I) I ire rr lit Klnda.
75 Ohio Levkk,
F. M. 8TOUKFLKTU,
si'ccriioa roMLi sTocarttTi
Itocllfyrr nnil Whoteiuile Dealer In
rorriEn ana nomnlle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Lrvee,
CURO, 1 Mil NO IS.
iitiifepi on nunii cpnstuntlT a
rull itock o
J1.U (t KrntucKT liourbnn. lire i
tula Wlilakirp. Krrnoli llmmliiit.
unineami i;aiiiorni inr
HI' A I. I-.STATKAr.?IT.
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
' i . . . l
71 (SJSCOXD FLOOR) OHIO LRTKK,
I3or and Sell Rk'al Kptatk,"
FURNISH AUSTBAOTS OK TITLE
A' I prrr ConTevtnPMi of Kiade.
oirio' r. evtCK
Also, keep con.'Untlj on Imnd a moit'oom
pieie rioea oi
-SCTTCH AND-IRISH WltlSKIIuS
l'ort, aradcria,' Sherry and Catawba Win w
Rjl I YTn A CO. ell eaeinslrtlj ier ruh. lo
. which fact thv InvllA thm . ... , i
iuu oi ciote DarfAin oujera.
" . " - - ' ' ' mmwi .1 W I
Spfcial attention given to Filling Order
BILLIARD S'ALOON AND BAR
JOHN CIATEH, Proprietor.
IOC Cimmercial Arenue, CAIRO, ir.MNOIH
H't brand of California Cigars Just received.
DILIJARD ealoon flirnltlied itli tho Uat ol
D tfthlen; ami tar supplied Hitlt wlne,llqnor
nil clgarH of the flneat trande.
Ami Dealer lu Foreign And Doraenllo
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Loveo,
Hot ween Ninth and Tenth Street,
136 Ohio f.evec, near Ktono Dpoi
J. D. ZAN ONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh ShiU. Oysters Receive
Keen alwata on hand lUltlinora anl Mobl.e I
Ojrstcra, which h will b glad to nerte to hi cus.
otnera id in oeaeur. aeczu
n'uclr actl Denier (a all Hlss rrh
Coaaia NtNetrMTB Poena StM.
(3 AIR1, ILLINOIS.
OUVH nd lnl J " "7,i"."'
ifcTnai'd for 'reh meat from iut found to ten
ii r. i 1 1 u ri
0 H U t! K 11 1 r. fi ,
V It O V I 8 1 0 N S, K T C.
Ohio Lf.vej! : : : : : Cairo, III.
orinrif noariiT rrittm
U. T. GEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Res Fitter's fen.l I'lumber' mslerul, woo
iminps, Riooe ni anvie titi, nop
cocKn,cnrca thitci,, eic.
xuo iotm roa
Tulla nratliert Pntcnt Dry etna Helery
1ml Mnrrlieune, Well A Co' Automatic Wti
lnillcetiir eaanuppiy veire lorsieamoonere.
WINTl:U8 11L0CK, COMMRRCIAL-ATKNUI.
COAI. AKI WOOD.
WOOD1 WOOD!! WOOD!!")
The underUDK) will fnrnlih
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Chtnp, II ssot Cbenper
then nr wooJ dealer Id Cairo. Leate order
n the eUlea l the l'oatorace to at Koee' col
trd, on Commerelttl etemie, lielween Tealh and
twelfth elreeta, C.lro, Illinois. I cIt good
meMure and will cord the wood un If dMir"l.
,010.(1 DENNIS HAI.r.r.
IIARD and SOFT LUMBER
si ererr deerlpliwn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASIi, BLINDS
Furnished on ihortest nolle.
Coramcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sU.,
fJiioiKfiiix amu miY ntntuH.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AMD CAW, ETC.,
Has Juit received heary stock of BaoU ud
onoei, iioierj ana notion,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie alio hs a tine toclt of Family Oroccnesot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
BOOTH AND NIIOEH.
BOOT AND SHOi3 MAKER,
between Washington arenu and Poplar
Hoot and Bane Made lo Order, ""l
Fin Workmen Eraplojxi,
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
OL IQIKOT FOB
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial Avenne, Cornr of Ela"htli
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR
DERS VOR HOOrKIKT8 AND SUOCH.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamontal
DecoratlTe raYI,lBsT, Kalsowtij
Dona In tho lushest strlo ol the art. and a
rate that defy competition.
SHOP IN PERRY nOUSE, CORNER OP CTJC
THEXT AND CMUERCUL AVXNV2,