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Gonoral Commission Mcrcliant
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JOUX It. OlIEULT, Editor and I'uWiN
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TI1 DOLLAR WREKLT I1ULLF.TIN.
John B. Obcrly A Co. nam reduced the ut
teription price- n( the Weekly Cairo llnlletln Id
vt ixymr ?cr mm. waning u in cneapesi pa
prpanutnei in :ouinern iiunoi.
A sw l ork letter writer savs Grant
once dined with Fisk and Miss Mnntflpkl
Well,-it anybody surpriied?
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only local item of the least Im
portance that hai occurred in Memphis
Ince Friday has been Alexis, lit ills
tht entire local page of tho Aralanehe.
SoviEBODr has started the story that tho
Rev. Robert Collyer of Chicago, intends
to run or that his friends intend to have
him run for congress. The reverend
gentleman could not ''sell his heart for
money," when he was offered fifteen
thousand dollars a year by a New York
church. He will scarcely part with it
lor the pay of a congressman.
The fight over the vice-presidency in
tho radical rtaVt his commenced In ear
nest. Although Colfax it GrJtnt't cboic,
it appears that he has ceased to bo the
choice of a large proportica of the presi
daat's wannest tupporters. Several can
didates have taken their places proml.
nently befora tha public, among whom
are Speaker Blaine, ex-Governor Denni
son of Ohio and Senator "Wilson of
Massachusetts, whose chances are thought
to bflxtreraoly good. Tha Boston Jour
nal's "Washington correspondent says that
Pennsylvania, Virginia, Ohio, Illinois
and Alabama aro secured for his nomi
nation and that the entire New England
delegation will be brought ovor to tho
TnK Cincinnati Ga:H, an ultra ladi
ctl newspaper, is in favor of tho United
States government paying to the widow of
General Robert E. Lee, tho value
of the Arlington property. The
Gazette holds that tho fact that tho tract
was bid in by tho United States at $20,.
800, which sum tho government still holds
in its hands, shows tho illegality of its sale,
and adds :
Persons may make savago declarations
against the rebels to ttavo otf rctlection
in this affair, but an honorable nation can
not maintain the position which ours hold
as to this oilatc. Sooner or later compen
sation will bo made. Tho sooner it M
done the sooner will tho government re
lieve Itseir from a position which will not
A telegram from .Memphis says tho du
cal programmo from that city is to bo as
The party will go hence to Now Orleans
ana rensacola, una us thcro are some re
pairs to be made to his frigate, thov will
doubtless occupy that tlmo in vfsiting
Mobile and perhaps Savannah, and prob
ably Selma and Montgomery by rail. thence
to Cuba, tho Capo of Good Hope, thenco
to Japan and tho mouth of the Amoor
river, where thoy will communicate with
tho Russian L'ovornment. and nnlnm iliv
aro orderel io return, will continue their
voyage aim muko tlio circuit or tlio globe,
expecting to return to St. Petersburg in
aoouttitiecn months. As previously stated
they remain here till Tuesday, und will
then procoed by boat, and will, by tho
duke's request, be accompanied to" Now
Orleans by several ladle and gentlemen
from this city and several from Louisville.
The ladies will urrive hero .Monday bv
A LOST OPPORTUNITY.
A proposition to pay the widow of Col.
Grosvcnor n pension, hus been defeated
In the legislature of Illinois, for this good
and sufficient reason that tlio resolution
was off-jrcl by a democrat. It would have
seemed that the Justness and humanity of
the proposition would 111V ,Hved it from
defeat, even at tho bunds of c,ut rutca
legislators, but according to their own te.
tltuotiy, they do not "bite" when the bait
in the hands of u democrat, and to re
tussd to give their consent to this measure
for toar the democrat, would make capital
out of it. Under U,e circumstan
U no Lo,,, Uml
the pension m bo granted
The radical members who arc too ".hart."
lnnHfnril lin..)!,..!... ...
-.-...,. uauIU luu iiroiioillion um
Introduced by a democrat will be too sharp
io propose tucn a measuro themselves.
tince tho credit would Just as certainly be
duo to the democratic side of the house
where it was first suggested. It U u great
pity for the radical member that the idea
uio. nov originate among them. The
amount or political capital they would
li.v. mnil. mtt Sifll . . 1 .1 I ,
i it numu iiavo uoen en
ormous, since what tho democrats recatd
a. a slmplo act of Justice to tho widow of
Uil, Orosvenor would, if proposed by radi
bo tortured into a display of unnrr
cedontoij inugimnlinlty Cy them. Hut,un
soriunaveiy for tj10lni t,ey )ftvo 05l u
The recent appolnVn4!nt b Gon 0ront
of a "special agent" u,uv, cba of tho
Covlton post office durm- ,i, ni.. r
the j)rpldoiit't father, whn tlat old
CHiitljman draw hit salary at UlUkl htt
provoked considerable comment, bj' xht
prut. The appointee it Mr. SbadfoI0.
F-Btton and the reaion of hit hing tbu.
favored by Grant U explained by tho
It wm currently reported In Covington,
Ami wo belU'o "o otio thoro denies tlio
fad, tliat wl,cn ' t'"' beginning of tho
war Omp'i thonn poor ninn, sent Tils fn,r
fir t l'y visit to his father, tlio "1
,n"pi becoming tired of llio lonplli of lilt
rfauirlitcr.iti-law'i' visit, peremptorily m-
f formed bcr ot t lie fact liint lior absence
would bo inoro ncreenblo than hor pre.
ence. Mrt. Grunt exchequer being at that
tlmo verv tow inueeu, h klnu-nenricil
ccntleniHii Mepped forward and Invited
Her to innUv liur bomo with his fntnilv at
lone as tlio dctired. Slio nccentcd tlio
trenerous invitation, nnd badondicti. with
no little indicnatlon. to tlio mansion of
Grant ytrr. Tho kind-hearted comic
mnn whs Mr. Slitulfortl Enston, who now
assumes tho anomalous anil hitherto un
known position In tho Covincton post-
office. In groat charity wo put this con
struction on .Mr. Easiim't appointment,
It Is n long-delayed recognition on Grant's
part of .Mr. Kastoti's kindness to his fam
ily. In all candor, however, wo submit,
Is' not the public service disgracefully
pro'iiiuieu iiv acts iiko mis.' it -Mr.
Grunt owes Mr. Kaston a debt of personal
gratitude, why nut pay it in n prlrato
way, as othcr'genllciue'n do? Why de
bauch tho public sorvico in this way''
te3Uharlotto Cushmnn is now sixty
two years of age, and her enunciation it
still moro clear and musical than that of
many young women.
Tho hymn ' Nearer, my OoJ, to
Thee, " which lias loiiolicd mori hearts
than any other composition, was
wtittcn by Miss Sarah Fuller Fowler of
London, England, who died as Miss Sarah
F.Adams, In 1910.
BSa-Tho Daily Patriot (Washington.
D. C) says tho negro washerwomen of
that city beg from six to ten days In which
to "do up" and return clothes.iind in tho
mean time hire them out to their " culled
frens " at so much u piece per dav or
tfif Christopher Columbus xtu first
buried nt tho Convent of St. Franci, in
Spain ; then his body was removed to the
monastery ofCuevas; In 1535 it was re
moved across the Atlantic to San Domin
go; in liPO It was moved to the Havanna
cathedral, and now tho news comes that his
body to is be used to start a new cemotrv in
t An Indigent bov applied for alms
at the house of an avaricious rector, and
recciveU a dry mouldy crust. The rector
inquired of the boy if he could say the
Lord's Prayer, and was answered in the
negative. '-Then." said the rector. ' I will
teacn you that. 'Our Father !' " "Our
Father!" said the boy; 'is he my Father
as well as vours? "-Ym. mrtiinlr-"
I.TV.. If . .1. . t . . . . "
iuui icpiieu mo ooy, -now could vou
give your poor brother this mouldv crust
Rtf-A few days since sixteen German
saloon-keepers of this city met and
formed an association for mutual protec
tion. They agreed to cll nothing but
lager bcor and wine, nor cvon those bev
erages to an intoxicated person or to ha
bital drunkards, n I'm of whom is fur
nished each member of tho society. Should
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"'i " ra mo ooiulm.iion
Mid bv.luir; of tlio socio! y, Lo jnuletoJ In
damages by the court", juch member will
ucar an equal ciiuro m tlio pr.vmcnt of
them. Irtnlon (Ohiol Hjii(a
THE Oil 10 LIQUOR LWW
UoW IT WORKN.
Htm. 11. !. Adam.", A-semblvmaii lrom
Dane county, y is., received tliu following
from a lending law linn in Cloveliind,
i winy, uii dummy nut. ji was written lor
fprivato Inlormatiou merolv. Its publica
tion will lo ol general intercut .
, , ., ttnclnnsti. J.ui. M, lr.
ours of tho 'J'.'d instant is received rul
ntlvo to tho workings of our liquor law.
1 supposo you havu reference to our
state law making liquor tollers liable in
civil damages for falo of liquor to husband
father, etc. It makes a great tluttcrlng
among liquor dealers, for they aro afraid
of it; and tenipcranco men arc corre
spondingly well pleased with it.
There havo been in this citv numitrnim
suit brought by wives iigainat tho oollcr
for sain to husbands for damages, and near
ly nil havu been successful. At our lust
term of court f Common Pleas i wif,.
obtained $700, and tliu caso did not seoni
to bo one of peculiar hardship cither. Tho
law is a very striiiuent one. and.
by men, is considered a trood one. In n
city of this size it soeins to bo Impossible,
to stop the salu of Honors, for wo hnvo a
strong prohibitory law. nnd vet there im-
some 1,000 pl.icos hero where liquor is pub-
most that can bo said of this law
of personal liability in regard toils work
ings Is, that it tendency is in tlio right di
rection, for it does net its a rcstinint. nnd
a few (loses. have a wholesome cll'ect. In 11
great many ot tho country places and cit
ies ot smaller size, no liquor can bo had.
Our county hold that if tho husband
was a drunkard, and did not contribute t
the support or the wifo and family, then
tho wifo has nothinir te loso
r tho reason of tho teller's letting
m havo Honor : in otner word.
tho wifo must piovo actual lossce,
though our Jury don't seem to figure very
eioso ill tins matter, l'orliaps vou mignt
so tlx voiir bail u to make tho l'uct of ttio
tale n prima facie case.
there was a case of this kind here, A
ccituin person look 11 number of friend
iiuo a saloon and treated tlicin among
the number the husband of tho wife who
w p'uintltl. Tho nloon keeper got
clear of damages on tlio ground that lio
MUb evil IU Ilia I n Ai'n n lit 1 1 iu
now pendlng in our le -uiaturo. to amend
e law, to that notice imul ,)0 ivcn ,0
l,"ul fi'e vuiiMKuihiiin lablu.
ng tho trial of Mrs. Wharton
U,lut w.ek, tl,e followl"""","
irred between the allot,, '
I Dr. arrcn, a dlstlnmushtd
general and Ur. Warren, a dUtln,.Mi,A
physician of Baltimore, who Wilt nnlK
Attorney General A doctor ought to
bo able to give an opinion of a dlseaso
without making mistakes.
Witness They aro as capable law
yers. Attorney General Doctors mistakes
are buried tlx feet under ground : n law
yers aro not.
Wltneis But they are sometimes hum:
on a tre. s
Oicar F. Huusackcr, forinorly n
well-known and very dUtlnguishcd Radi
cal pollticlai. of Texas, i, now ono of tlio
loading Wurmoth Hunators. h5onillor
Huiuaekpr won much distinction in the
ato war by wearing more gold laco and
llllbdubs on his coat tltt.it any other imui
in tno ionieueraio nrinv. H i nr.1,1,....
toldlership preserved his uniform without
u uunub-ouju uoiii inu last, ju at not
of very great service In battle but ho was
umgniuccni in a ruiu on n licn-roott
moke-houro, (itifeeitnti .Vicj,
PEACE OR WAR.
ALARMING ATTITUDE OF GREAT
UUITAIN TOWARD THE I'NI
CHIEF JTSTICK COOKUTRN'S OF
THE UNITED STATES MUST CON
SENT TO A NEW TREATY
OR GO TO AVAR.
BELL1GEHENT TONE OF THE LON
DON TRESS AND PEOPLE.
WHAT IS THOUGHT IN OFFICIAL
CIRCLES AT WASHINGTON.
CONVIOTON THAT THE TREATY
OF WASHINGTON WILL NOT
11 E RATIFIED.
CHI KtJCSTICK COCK IlfitN'ft OFFICIAL UI,TI
Nf.w York, Fob. 3. A special to tho
H'orM, from London lays: "Chief Justico
Cockbutn has officially counseled the cabt
not that England must rcccdo immediately
from tlio treaty of Washington, leaving
America to decido between a new treaty
or war. ino council is now uitcussing me
terms In which this new resolution snail
ppear in the queen's speech nt the open
ing of parliament."
TIIK TONF. OF TIIK I.O.VUON l-UKS?.
LO.vno.v, Fob. 3. The 7'iWt declares
that England must glvo Iniiiicdlato notico
to tho Ginavn arbitrator and tho Ameri
can government, should such action not
have been taken already, thnt if the
American enso is as reported, efforts nt
arbitration may ns well cease. Tho Daily
Telegraph reports that negotiations to that
end hnvo been opened between England
and Amorica, nnd that tho Rritish repre
sentations nre not rccoived in a friendly
Leading journals criticise tho Americun
case beforo tho Geneva arbitrator, with
great sovcrity, and urgo that tho govern
ment declare its opinion in regard to the
demand for indirect damages.
The Times declares that England must
immediately givo notice to tho Genovii
atbitrators and tho American government,
if such action has not already bcon taken,
that If the American case is re-formed, the
arbitration may be rapidly concluded.
TUEVEELINO IX WASHINGTON.
Washington, Feb. 3. The sharp tone
of the English press over the Geneva con
ference, and the demand which it makes
that the British government ought to de
clare Its opinion and purposes in regard
to the demand by tho American govern
tnent for indirect damage, havo produced
a feeling of uneasiness in administration
quarter, which had already begun to cx
perience troublo from tho hostil
ity developing in congress to
tho fishery clauses of tho treaty of
Washington. Tho opinion is expressed
by competent judges that events clearly
indicato that this government will fail to
win under the sixth nrticlo of tho troiily,
which provide? for tho settlement of tho
Afnbamn clutmt, nrnl prneipally for tho
renson that Great llntain will provo that
duo diligence was exercised to prevent
tliu escape of tlio Alabama. Secretary
Fish does not, however, believe
that tho government of Great
Britain, in or out of parliament will un-
dortuko to declare any now opinion on tlio
very evo of tho second meeting of tho Ge
neva arbitration, but other ttnto that tho
public sentiment is to mako itself felt,
even without any official expression. Tho
tono of the English pros fully explains tho
privnto telegrams received hero from Lon
don a fow days ngo, Inquiring if new nego
tiations had been or were about to bo
TIIK MUKDKUKI) MUSICIAN.
A JIItOOKI.Y.V MYhTUlV.
(Kruni the New York lira.)
Another brutal murder has hoc
mitted in Brooklyn, and although tho po
licu nnd detective aro makin-r every uflnrt
in their power, thoy uro unablo, as yot to
unravel tlio mystery connected with the
torriblo iillair. Tho facts thus far elicited
aro as follows; At eight o'clock yesterday
evening .Mr. Punormo, a professor of
music, left the boa Jinir-hoiuu of .Mrs.
Snow, corner of Pineapple and Fulton
street, where ho had a room engaged, to
givo a lesson to a pupil at 11 Cumberland
s'reet, which is opposite Fort Green park.
.iuniiii iHiuiur wan ueuru irom nun until
10; 15, when he icturned, covered com
pletely with blood and presenting n horrible-
appearance. Tlio left oyo seemed to bo
forced out ol'tho socket, and tliero was a
deep gash thrco and one-half inches long
on Ills head. Miss Snow saw the profes
sor come in, nnd helped him to a loungo
in the room. She tayt that tho onl , e.vpla
nation lie could u'ivo of the innftor was
that when ho left" tho home in Cumber
land street ho took a down-town Myrtle
a von no car, and was thoro set upon by a
gangol men, wlio bent him about the faco
and Head with somo b'unl instrument,
probably a sliing-shot. He said that tho
conductor of tliu car did not or dared not
inicrioru to save mm, buttliat lie put hltn
oil at Pineapple street as requested. Tho
professor gave Miss Snow no further ex
planation, und soon after became insensi
ble, nnd so remained until 12 o'clock
Wednesday, when ho died. On searching
ill pocket it was found Hint hi tine
gold watch was stolen, but his pocket
book, which he kept in hi pistol-pocket,
and which contained a largo sum of money,
remained untouched. Drs. Swinley.
Slubbs and Crosby wore called in to attend
him, but thoy saw nt onco from tlio naturo
of Ills wounds that ho could not recover.
Messengers woro sent to police headquar
ters, whero chiofof polico Campbell tele-
. . 1 . .1.. I ! ll' . ... T j.
Krnjiucu in iiiu uiiiuruuv jirixiuuis i or
Jrt;umtion of tho assault, but none could
v "Kiainiii. Tlio citv railroad oiiices
woro nli.,viUod, but thoy too professed to
bo ignorant of U,u mattor, and up to tlio
present writing tliero is no duo to tho
,nrT.r T.'" Wl" -'0mmittcd U'O
murder. '1 he caso 1. 110w ln , of lho
coroner, nrnl in will ..rb" ul ll'u
KUflK.Vir- DEFENDS THE KMl'KIlOIl.
Tho empren 1ms addressed n letter to a
friend In .Switzerland, from whleh those
extracts aro taken :
" I havo challenged public nttontion so
often of Into by the loiter from mo which
havo been published, it t ,ius to mo tho
public must bo tired of teeing tlicm.
Morover, 1 confess to you there nro
iiccusatiuus iiguinst which 1 hnvo groat
ropiigniinco to raise my voice, nnd tho
light which will ono day bo thrown on tho
mbjert which will exhibit the nolo sent!-
DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1872,
ment which could havo connected mo wills
, tit, f Hintam1iir. Dofoctlon had
mado It Impossible: for mo to defend
nado It Impossible; for mo to uerenu
nvs elf, and being Unablo to conquer I re
used to divide, when tho enemy at any
uomcnt might entor through the breach
our Inlcstino dissensions oponcu i-i
it. I oboved a feollng of per
sonal tinsolffshnast by leaving to other
tho honors of tho defense tho instant 'twin
proved tome that I was alono and unable
to negotlato peace. This mutt bo known,
nnd If It is not I neither can nor wish to
toll It. Of all my tufforings nono has been
inoro painful than to oo that nftor such a
carcor as tho emperor's, public opinion has
bcon so widely led astray ns to require
not a political or strategotio explanation,
which I could havo understood, from
Sedan, but a detnllcu narrative ol tho
emperor's pcronal conduct I What can
bo credited after such wildncss? I havo
an nbsoluto confldenco In tho power of
truth. The solo motives of tho emperor
nnd of me has been tho grandeur and pros
perity or J-ranco. we may navo maue
mistakes, but neither foar nor ambition
over entered our hearts one tinglo instant.
I cannot now say that disgust has over en
torcd there ; therefore, I will not defend
mvself. nnd can not bring mytolf to past
through this additional calnmny."
THE Dt'KK'fl LASTI.OVI.
Miss Mollle Morton unromantlc
name Is tho lady with whom hit imperial
highness, the grand uuko, was smitton in
Louisville. If thoso Louisville Journals
do not exaggerate but, then, they alwayt
do we must infer that the young man
had it very bad, nnd ins attentions must
havo been overpowering to tho young
lady. lioguvo no Attention to nny ono
else, but dnnced, promonnded nnd illrted
with Miss Mollle, and thon escorted hor to
tho supper room. Ho was not satisfied
with thus manifesting his 'rimirntion for
her, but ho tent poor old Posslct to toll
tho lady's escort to tho ball thnt his high
ness was iniaiunteu, ana inougnt ncr mo
handsomest ludv he had met in America
in America, mind you I Tho only thing
that interferes with tho supremo happiness
of LouUvllIu on this occasion is lho fact
that the young lady resides nt Llttlo Rock,
in the state of Arkansas.
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WIN EN A.M 'Million.
Importer nuil Wliolesinle Dealer lu
TOBACCO &c CIGARS,
Aitr nt fur the bit brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported Ale or DitTervBl KlntU.
75 Ohio Lf.vee,
! (Mino. IliMHdlB.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
tcccritOK iMim t rrucxriMM
HccllOrr mill Wlsolrtutle UMler 1st
1 orrlifii nud Uomemle
WINES ;and liquors.
No. 62 Oimo Levek,
H,lr,,l,;j '1'';n1hn(l constantly full stock o
i,..i wi Li U";ki "ourbon, Ilye tnd Monomtft.
I hln. .n i Vrr.'f01, "rlnafet, Holland Old,
linin ni ( allfornnVni, IsnWl
w. u. Monntr,
rub. and U. s. cem.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
A,,,u U,MJ,MI 07
fORTfl AMERICA, 1A.,
A"1- I.MI.JIO 7
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INTERKATIOXAL, N. T.,
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
A"et tOt.WQ CO
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LITE, '
Asset 3O,UXl,(iO0 00
TRATKLER'g, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
AittU 1,A0O,000 01
RAILWAT rAfENOERH ASSCBANCI
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.ovre,
City N.tUn.l Bank, CAIRO, ILL
FIRE AND MARINE
1 2ST S TJ JEZ, 3ST O E!
NIAQARA, N. T.,
Assnta l,43,2le it
OERMANIA, N. T.,
Ataeti 1,001,721 79
HANOVER, N. T.
Aaseln .720, S63 M
REfUBLIC, N. T.,
A.sel .711,923 00
Comprising the Underwriter! Agency.
YONKER?, N. T.,
Asset 87,M 1!
Asset SM.IW Zi
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. .,
A lieu.... C7I.000 OO
SECURITY, .V. Y. MARINE,
QTORK, DwellinRs, Kurnitiirf , Hull, and Car
lo goe, Iniured at rates a fvoialje ai sound,
1 re-etliiy auk ot tlio cltltcna of Cairo,
(hare ol their patronage.
r. n. iircmiN.
JOHN UATKM, Proprietor.
lOCCitnmercial Atenue, CAIItO, ILLINOIS)
Bent brand of California Cigarajust recelied,
BILLIARD ealoon furniahed itli lh rxlt ol
taljei and tar supplied vtilli wlnef, liquors
a A T.nriw
And Dealer In Foreign nnd Domestic
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Ohio Lcvep,
Iletweeu Mntli and Tenth Streets,
130 Ohio jt.eve, uar Mono Uvpot
J. D. ZANONE, PROPRIETOR,
'"reeh Shell Oysters Received DailjJ
on hand Baltimore an J Mobi
Oysters, whiufi h w ill be glad to nerve to his etta
omera tn the bentfllY. ilei-'JIt
rkal. kht ate agent.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL 3SSTATE AGENT
TI (hecond vloor) oiiio lkveb,
Buy and Ski.l Real Ebtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Al I prerart ConTeTWaf Kinds.
COnMMsJtOlt A!f D FORWARDIlfO.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors lo II, D. Uendricki 4 Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
Are prprid tn rfcfirn, noro ini orwurJ
rrulhtn to Ml points nnd luy tx.it
toll on co:ii':iUpiou,
tVOuilncit tttndtd lo promptlr
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits nnd Nul.,
No. 134 Commcrcial-avc,
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
FORWARDINO M ERCHANTS.
No. Ci Ohio Lcvco,
JOHN U. I'HIIiLIS JtSON"
(Succrtsort to Jn.n. I'tn'llr,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.
COR. TEN lil-ST. and OHIO LKVKK
CAIItO. II. I..
O. D. WILLIAMSON.
Km. 70 Ohio
giTcn lo con-igninenta
Z. D. MATHUM.
E. C. UDL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Xo. 04 OHIO
Bttattn Fourth 4 h'uth Stt.,
STRATTON & BIRD
(Succeoor toHtratlon, IIudoi A Clara.)
57 Ohio Lcvce, Cairo, Illinois.
Agents of American Powder Co., and man
nitenta for !ottiii rn
MILLER & PARKER,
m?"nT a t rr r- riccTAV
FOR W A HDIN'G M E ItCHAN TS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIKIJANK'S SCALES
58 Ohio Levee, CAIItO, ILLS.
CJ-OSE k VINCENT.
nDD3-A.Iij3E,S X2ST LIME
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Eighth N trees nuil Ohio J.evr
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prepared to aupply austomtr srlth tht kttt
PITTSBURG AND IILLINOIS
OHDEUS left at HatlldayBroa.orace, ( uiiio
LEVKB. or at th.co.1 Vrd below .the bt.
Til M '
tide ateamera at any hour,
rcmi a Jin nntr.n.
II. LEVY k CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
wool, rr.ATiir.iti, i;tc,
M IMl'KIX A NKO (Jfl.
P.L. IIUYETT, ti SON,
Importers, Minuhoturtrs tad Johbrn ol
nrii tisifl (irrmau Nllvcr
No. 25 S. Third Street,
ocl9J3m. HT. I.OIJIR. MO.
III BCiltt II
Eiohth Street, IJf.tween Wahiiinoton
and Commercial avenue,
Atlliilntr Itlllnihoimr A- llnimy'ii.
Krrp krit of IWrt, Pork, Mutton, Vr.l,
Limb, Ku;;, rlc, bii'I .ti! irrirrl to r
cillini Id tin- most furf-fiUt,! n anner.
ctus. .riioaiHtvta. illu.chk
CHAS. SCIIOENMEYER k CO.
All orders promptly attended to,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF WASHINGTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH ST-
, O. Drawer 13.
nOOTH AM) NHOEII.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Wellington atenuo aad roplar
CAir.o, n. l
Hoot, and Phoes Jlade to Order.
Tine Wrrkmen Kinplojej.
Satlfwtlon Warranted. "
CITY SHOU STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
ton loner rot
ROOTS AND SHOES
('mnirrclnl Attune, Corn tr of Elajhlb
particular attention paid to all or
DERS FOR HOei-SKIRTS AND SHOES.
1'A.MII.Y OltOt riUKfl.
LOUIS JORGE N S E N ,
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'nrmcr'ai Vnrd nud HtnblAiff
Cor. Washington-av.'nnd Tffenlieth-Bt.
MOORE k MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Cone In tho htcheat attyle l the trt, and a
nites tiiat Jt-fy coinpetllion.
BHOP IN rEBRV noUSE, CORNER OF 8TH
TBKKT AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
rtntchtr ncd rtcnlcr lis nil Hludn Fr.'U
Coimt Nixttttxin iNt rontn SrtKT.
SUiH tnd tlauRhtera only tho very beat cattle,
how and aliecp, and la prepared to fill any
aand for fresh meats from one pound to ten
thousand pounds, r le29tf
war jase-" ..-