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A I.IKN', Ml'LlCKY .V Willi :ir:v.
COIjNSKI.'IM AT LAW.
IPflllim Jt Allen, ")
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JOHXIt UHKni.r, Editor and PuMnher.
Friday JfoB.si.va, February i!3,lo72
oWm"" AttxanMr tvnat.v an I of 1'"'"."!
(Arvt thtonljmornitlaUilnSoatrn tlUnvht
rhlenrnkt (ontnnlt mU, but fenrli" I om
jytM on oU tubjnts v) Mtrtsl to A I'l''fi
tritk tt Inrrt iJ f,w ctrrMiop, tht Unite
fMjKi((ApnvNi'' itfUktHt rviUrt and
enftrprhtng buut wfn.
Tii or Kit PaiLT tULLMIII
)... m-flf. 1J wrier,.
One yi'itrbj u.rriei,lnadvain:e....
' 'in ittfoth by Mill, ......
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THE DOLLAR WKKK.LY 11UI.LKTIX.
John ll.Oberlr it Co.'nav redured the M
crli'tion pnrx i,f the-Weelsly Calto lliilletln t
Vhi ItMar prrnrMJm. innKine ii in rnrpi
friiuUlJlifil tn PouUiru lllinol.
In yebteriiay's paper vc "published
a part of the nliusivc attack on Con
gressman Heck, of Kentucky, by
Krownlow. of Tetineec. Brownlow ie
old ami fecblc,nable to walk or speak,
tut had to bo earned to Ms
ntace in tie senate dailv. Rut neither
nee nor Mtllietions hiive softened the bit
terness of his nature, and the imbecile,
palsied old man, pours nut upon paper
a9 much vonoiu as ever rolled from his
tongue in the day.' when health and
strength gave full play to his well
known ability for abuse and black
guardism. Mr. Beck, however, in his
answer,substantiatcd his charge that tho
unhappy condition of things in moat of
tho Fouthoru states, is owing almost en
tirely to the corrupt Mate governments,
and proved conclusively, though not to
'the satisfaction of Brownlow nor any of
the radicals in the senate, that he .had
not exaggerated when ho declared that
Brownlow had made a pandemonium of
Tennessee. Tho radicals, in congress
and out of it, may talk, speak and write
against the truth, but facts are stub
born things, aud cannot be successfully
Tefutcd even by such wily creatures
hs Brownlow, of Tennessee.
One or the inalicuablo rights of
women is to like tea, to make tea, to
drink tea hence she has also an unde
niable right to buy tea and to sell tea.
Jfceling their position on tho tea (iiics
tion to bo impregnable, a company of
ladies has been formed iu New York
city called tho "Woman's Tea Com-
pay," the object of which is to import
pure, uncolorcd mid unadulterated tea,
to this country. An arrangement has
been made with tho owner of a planta
tion in Cliinn, to send to the woman's
company a pure quality of tea called
the Mandarin. Tho idea originated
with Miss Susan King, a lady who his
traveled extensively through China
aud Japan, and the president of the
company is Madame J)cmorcKt, the
well-kuown fashionable modisto of New
York city. Wo. hope the women's tea
company will prove a success wo
think it will. As vc said before,
woman has nu eminent right to buy
tea and tell tea, to make tea and to
drink it ; and since she is now to get it
from the far off cast in iti purity, let
her enjoy it, and over the fragrant de
coction, let her dream of her rights,
and iu the pleasures of ituagintition,
rnjoy what Ji, happily, Ju the dis
.m.nj: of tiik criinej, tollien nor
luiiitakc.i of ti rant's administration
have placed it iu as unpleasant n posi
tion before tho country, ns .the now
well-proven fact of tho sale of iiru-arms
to the French government, during the
war between France and Prussia, by
tho ndmiuitratiou, and the reluctance
of tho friends of tho administration to
ngrcc to tho investigation called for by
the resolutions of Senator Sumner.
The revelations likely to be made nro
not such as tho dominant party wish to
go to the people. Tho discoveries of
corruption iu the transaction, and tho
large profits believed to have been
shared by the political family surround
ing the president, are not the only
reaMjns why tho udmiuii-tratiou is
afraid of the issue of an iuvetitipatioH,
The certainty that this government
was guilty ot a violation of neutrality
In Felling arms to the French, would
have but oue effect on theflcininn pop
u ation of the United States, which
would be to set them against a party
whose president aud high political
functionaries wero tho principals iu
Bitch a transaction. Hence tho radical
party fears tho damaging effects of n
full disclosure in the matter. Of the
two - horns of the dilemma.
it is . hard for them to tell
nliich to choose. If an investiga
tion is staved off, tho public will have
no rctikou to believe that tho president
and his supporters have not terious
came to fear oue. If it is submitted
to, the result is equally as bad for the
adininUtrtttion. For years tho radical
parly have carried things with n high
hand, but in the troubles and embar
ntwmciits now hemming Jt in oo every
fide, and it worse than TutUo efforts to
I ., r i, ... .JiMh nf Pihi will t offwUliy mi-.
it if "
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n lliu Man, ' wlfklt iumLi iii '
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0AS61US M. Ct.AY .di!r urd ;
Iionri 'flalo cot.Vci.tioi. a Irt-
o lltn Xf!
,., , . .,,, ,n 1
lir trhu-li wn mil rppiMlt'il HI IIIUU ID ,
be read before that body Cnssius M.
Clay was the pioneer republican or Irco
goilcr in the southern states, and whon
that party limited itself to preventing
the spread of slavery he' took bolder
ground aud became nn out-and-out abo
litionist iu bis own state1 of Kentucky.
W'c make this extract from Mr Clay's
etler, which illustratei its nervous
power and great truthfulness :
f the democrat are wlo and Just, tho
black, live millions of tho aoiuli, will vote
with the outh j not bocaute they io Uoin
ocmH ot lepublicatif, but bcouutu tluiy nro
touiiRTiiurs. jNomanta more an mnonn
tlmii 1, yal I cannot full to co that there
hi o JSuw Englund Interest, wuiturn inter
ests, and touthern Interests nil of which
are and must ba distinct and yet Ml tho
constitution being ititnut, are cotnputlble
to null jiinl unity. As u touthern miui ln
till icnso I lmvo devoted my lliu to the
ovorlhr w ot slavery because It was un
just to the bluck aud a canto of weuUui'M
to thn whltn.
Slavery being dead, I rostst with tho
sumo earnestness that I did Its exlstonce
tho altompt of tho Grant conspirator to
sulitnerRD tile eoutii, anu to make us pre-
vinoial tor all tlmo to a moro ttmn lionun
I denounco tho nttomjit to weaken us
by studlod policy or arraying tuo biacus
UL'iiin.t tho whites. I denounce tho doslcn
of barbarizing us by tho corrupt and
irresponsible rulo of inon from tho .North,
who lmvo no common interest In our af
fair;, who divldu our people and wasto
1 denounco tho attempt to rovcreo tho
natural order of things, by subjoining, by
constitutional changes and Ingeniously
contrived laws, tho intelligence- and prop
erty of tho state to Ignorance and puipur
iin. I denounce tho enmity of tho Grant
rule to tho Independence of Cuba ; bocauso
they know that Cuba must in interest
Anally gravitate towards and belong to
I denounco tho union of the powers of
tho exueutive, judicial and legislative uc
partmonU, In the military hoad of tho na
tion. I denounco the nepotism, favoritism and
corruption and proscription of tho Grant
Aud Inst, and above all, I protest against
tho unconstitutional and despotic inter
ference with tho riht of poaceablo assem
blage of tho people and the ballot box by
tho frequent and alarming uso of tho car-
The rcnomination and election ot urant
is to consolidate all these usurpations and
nbimet, and opep a highway to tho over
throw of all our llbcrtios.
A Washington special to the
New York Jferahl, thus describes n
sccno between Mrs. Woodhull, tho
champion woman suffragist, aud
Senator Uarpcntor, of Wisconsin. Tho
irato female knows how to make use of
ono of tho rights of women that of
scolditiL' to its full extent :
Mrs. AVoodhull had a personal encoun
ter on KrUlny with Matt Carpenter in tho
lobby of tho senate, which, nlthough not
resulting in serious consequences, was of
rather u threatening character, Tho fair
revolutionist cliargod tliiigruvo and rev
crond feigner uitli treachery to tho causo
of which he had professed himself a champ
ion tho enfranchisement of women and
denounced him in unmeasured terms, de
claring herself determined to organlzo tho
female element againtt him nnd all such
us htm. As thu lady proceeded with a
sketch of tho plan of operations the sena
tor remarked, ''The women of Wisconsin
are nil my freinds." ,f Yes, " replied Vic
torin, "and if rumor spcahs truly you have
lady friends bolouglng to other
stales.'1 Mr. Carpenter suggested that
she might get into Fortress Monroe if she
was too t'reo with hor revolutionary
schemes, to whlcli she replied, " All right;
If your people think that is a good thiijg
to do, do it; I have no objection." She as
sured tho senator in tho most positive
terms that for his treachery ho should tny
dearly, nnd tlml liioy would put uv nun
drod iumalo orators into tho Held against
the republican party, nnd tnu laugn, stio
declared, would then ba on tho other tide
ot tlie lace, wwn iney weni inrougn mo
cguntry giving ttio uiiurauters ot lliu men
now misrepresenting too peopio. 1 no
scene was a very funny one, and tho fe
male orator Had ruber ttio best ot tlie
talk ; and us tho successor of Doolittlo
bucked out of the contest hU hair pre
sented a somowhat more unkempt aspect,
and tho shake of his lioud a decidely less
positive, turn as he regained his seat, which
had just been tlireateucd so savagely.
t6""Lcxlngton Ky. lies n phenomenon
at last. Tho p.ines of glass in ono of the
store windows aro largo and line solid plate
Tho frost wai heavy upon them ono day
Iscl week. The frozen tmitituroon tho In
.side ottered an inducement to a clerk of
an artistic turn, ami, taking his scissors,
lie cut through thu thin coating of ico on
on thu glu' and traced out a railroad
bridge with ours. Tho sketching remained
foil a day or two, porhsps more, tho sun
shining full upon it every morning. A
thaw came, and the frost disappeared.
The window was thoroughly cleaned by
the storo porter several times after thu
disappearance of the frost; and yet, whon
tho frost reappearod on the window, a
day or two ago moro than a week after
the llrrt sketch was made thero was tho
btMg.ias plain and as clearly outllnul on
me ei us tho first day. Let those who
can oxpluln. There ii no mark whatever
on tho glass, uni Uie skolchlng was done
with a smooth-polnted Instrument.
Mr There Is much MnUomeiit over tho
discovery of tho last HoruJ,rl,l conspi
racy. That thero Is some truth in the ro
port of its existence, is proved by vhe ex.
traordlnary rccautlons taken by thu gov-
ornmont in J'aris as well ns In the north
ern departments, In that city and nt Vor
sallies. The police force on duty has boeu
doubled and troopa have received crders to
remain at their barracks ready for action,
B0iTlio sensation at Hartford, Cunn., Is
tbodlkcnvery tliat Mr. John A. Ilutler,
truiteo for a widow named Stuart, has
squandered nil her monoy, $03,000, In
speculation. Tho JIUscs Stuart aro great
favorites In society, antl tholr frlonds have
Just given them an amateur theatrical
benefit which netted nearly ?,000.
iei.Tho following distracting lutein,
gence is pttblishea in the Easti "The
beircthal of Alexis toPrlneess Marv Eliza.
... .'ilL' AliUi KULY 'ililiMyjKKBnt'AttV 23 IH72
ji.t.T of I'rlncc K-iiirick Ui.rs..- I
"I11" " -'"inv .'ions .
w'xi will '(Vffi t- iMilerul of ('miIkIm frnm
,fc,;l ;$HPHnl v.r,r..y i.f
,"!,l',t" lto"-'ny. .'uunl r "-
K':ilti:.Un nt Ivtrl Mno.
The lam yenr pecan crop in Tex
as Is ouliuttnd stover oho-million of
bushels for export, which will realize to
that Mate several millions of dollars.
is? Gens. Von Moltke and Von llo'om
have been created lile peers by royal de
cree, ind will take seats In the upper
chamber of the Prussian diet.
ftayl'upcMnnkln'g In Texas can be mndo
a paying buslncn. A rich reward is
open to tlioso who undorUnnd this branch
8ayThe regular prlng trinl of Mrs.
Clem, of Indiana, will tako.placo this year
tn mo tiootic county court.
JSy-Tlicre arc over two thousand salaried,
school teachers iu Texas.
No I a slnglo person has, visited the
Ilov. Mr Wutson, tho English wife mur
derer, since his conviction, it is said.
An Iowa damsel having offended a
gentleman at n lcap-yoar parly, ho is about
to send his big sister todemnnd an nppol
Immediately after consigning tho re
mains of his dear wife to earth, a weeping
Frenchman of Wisconsin oloped with a
Dr. Stone of Savannah walked Into
the river at Savannah, nnd, liko other
stones, was about to jink, when' he was
romantically rescued by a brave lady.
a disagreement concerning the pur
'I i ...
chase of tickots for tho Thomas concert at
Augusta, Ga., Induced tho crowd to ad
journ to tho stfcot'and settle tho matter in
a free fight.
Miss Vienna Domorost is now engag
ed In n very succcssrul sorles of concerts
In some of the Western citte. She will
sing in Dr. Doom's Church of tho Stranger
bn Thursday evoning next, -2d Instant.
A French countess seized a philoso
pher at tho auppor table- and exclaimed
" Whllo they nro cutting up tho fowls nnd
we have got flvo minutes to spare, do tell
mo the history of the world; for I want to
know it so much.
Ell Perkins says that Alabany was
named aftor tho Albany Keening Journal,
"Mr. Wood, he says," "started tho Journal
there great many year before a house
was built, and pcoplo camo and settled
near by, so as to bo where thoy could read
A Cleveland groom kept the wodding
ring in ids mouth during tho first part
tho ceremony, and when tho tlmo came he
grew norvous and swallowed It. No
stomach-pump being at hand, and th
ring not being rccovored by standing the
unfortunate man on his head, the wedding
had to bo postponed.
" Why Is it, " aid n sohoolinUtroM
to a scapegrace who had caused her much
trouble by bad conduct, " you bohaved so
well when you flrst came, to school, and
aro so di'sobodlont now?'' " llccauio,"
said the young hopeful, looking up into
tho sohohlmistross face, " I wasn't much
acquainted with you then1'
Tho Couranl says that a horne-car
driver iu New Haven has been left $400,-
000 by his undo in China. Tho Chicago.
Post says that is only u deep-laidi plot to
get credit -for two hot1 whiskies on a cold
morning. Let no saloon keeper in Now'
Haven trust that horso-car driver, unless
he brings his doad uncle 'from China
into the saloon In one hand and tho $100,-
000 In the other.
Tho story is told of Paulino Lucca,
who, as is well known, detests Wagner's
music, that a Pesth nowspapor so Irri
tated her by saying that she was unable'
to sing it, that in three days she mustered
tho part of Eliza nnd performed it with
tromendous success. As soon as the per
formance was ovor she tenl 'tho' music
buck to tho manager, and stipulated tha
she was never to sing Wagner again.
A 8AMIM.K Or OFFICIAL l'IRAOY IN THE
From tho New York Sun.J
Still another of the camet bac eovernora
who have been engaged In robbing tho
south has come to grief, tho victim in this
enso being Harrison Rfeed of Florida.
Tho lcgislkturo of that state, It is said, has
votod unanimously to Impeach Qovornor
nooa, on the recommendation of tho rail
way committee, for beinir concerned in
gro.s frauds in connection with tho issu
ing ot oonus lor tuo construction of rail
roads n fsvorlto scliomo of plunder with
the carpet bag gentry. Thora Is a long
story relativo to tho particular
outrage which has brought Gov. Roed into
dlllU-ulty. As far back as 1808, so tho tale
runs, ono SwcUon joined with Ouv. Hut-lock-,
wno lately decamped from Georgia,
Iu projecting a railroad In North Carolina.
For the construction of this road tho loir.
Mature of that state, undor pressuro frouv
auotner govornor, wno euosequcntly was
impeached and deposed from otllce. au
thorized tho issuo of $7,000,000 in bonds.
swotsnn carried llio nonus north, raised
$500,000 on them, and lcavinc tho now
railroad U take caro of Itself, ran of with
his plunder to Florida. There he fell into
tho hands of shrewder rascals than him
self, and was stripped of tho most of his
booty; whereupon, with tho nssistuneo of
uov. Jtocd,, no repenteu too gamo wuicn
had been (o successful In North
Varolimi, aud tho legislature was
uwtucod to Issue $5,000,009 In bond,
for Willing ...rtnln r.tl-. tn Vlnrl.lu
ur this ,lm $i25 000 WHJ oxpendod on tho
railroad, v,MW th remainder went Into
"rtita "J'flwtwn and liliconfcdo
ratos. Thus, two State m-o n
$U,87o,000 In order to eel ssfs non r.
pended on a single r.Hrouut ? WrSem
Il ls is a fair exainplo of tho way In which
nflalrs have been conducted In thtfaiuth'
wherever the carpet bsggors have h d
tho power, nnd tho fact that these gcntl".
men nro unanimously in favor of the re
election of General Grant will not he
conildored strange when it is remombered
that it Is mainly owing to tho support
they havo received fron. tho admlrtlitra
tion that thoy have been enabled, until
quite recon tly, to purtuo the uulqultous
scheme with Impunity.
ItSKST M flllOFJ.
l t illlei
AND, SUOK MAKKlt,
I'otwcta WmliliiKloa nTrniie ami Podtr
Uoots nnd Shnes Made to Ordrr.
Fin Wcrkmrn Kmplojrnil.
QUICKEST UOUTE FROM SOUTH
LL1N01S CENTRAL R. R.
St. Loui", Louisvillk, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, KIWI ORK, iiOSTON,
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Pn-ugr tritns rriT t nd leye Cilro as fol
Aauvr. Sito n.m lioo p.m.
PsrAAt.. mm. 4 tUO A.m ..M i5 a.m.
Doth trains coancet at Ucntrilla with train on th
Pan. Decatur, Illonmlngtca, Kl I'ajo, I.aHille,
jseouoia, rreepori, huirda, iuuuru, ana
all rxilati In Illinois, Missouri,
SlInnfKoU, Wltoonsin and
Ionu. And with
f.lnM runolue Kt and Writ tor
St. Louis, Hpnnhtld LouistiIIs,
CinuinnAti. Intftnnitnolia. Cotutnbua.
And at Uhieago with Michigan Central, Michigan
nouinern, anu AuiRDurK. rori ayn
and CtilCAKQ Kailroada tor
Detroit. Cleteland. Dunkirk.
Albany, Il.mon, I'hiUdelphla,
NlagtH Falls, Krle, UuttAlo,
,enr xura, ruisixirf;, ham i more,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1671, trains wil
taaiss eoias aorTBEAST.
Loat Virslnla - C:10a.rn..
" layiorruie .iu:oz
' 4:28 "
Arrive at l'ana 11:48 m 6:17
Leave Pans .....! :00 a, m .3:34 o.m
" TAVIorTille ..4:4 " 4:28 "
ArriTB at 8crinBneld.C:l5 C:00
Leave HpslnKneld r,:2J tM '
ArrUenf VirRlDi 8:23 ........8:16 11
TBAIAH (IOINO Ol'TUIAST,
Leaie Edgewood 5:30 n.m 10:10 aura
" FlornM...-. 8:25 ' .......11:40
Arrive at Ubaneetovrn3:S.tp m 6:15 p.ra
TBAINS OOINO MOETUWUT.
LeRve BhAwneetovrn 5:15 n.m 8;t0n.t
" FlorA. 2:55 " 7;00"
Arrive at Edsewood 4:50 " 8:20
Th 6:30 a.m. train from Edsewood, run only
Monday, Wsdneadajraand Friuaye, an4 5:45 a.m.
train from Sliawntttonn ou Tuesdays, Thurs
dAya and Baturdaya.
Connects at AsliUnd with Jacksonville division
of Clileano And Alton IlillroAd, for Jtcksonville,
PatersburK, Maon City, and alt nolnta west.
At Springfield, with ClilcAgo and Alton, and
Toledo, Wabash and Western KallroAd, for
nioominpton, Chicago, und all points uortb, north
west nnd worn.
Atrana with Ind. and St. I.ouls, and Illinois
Central Itallroad for all points east, south and
At Edgewood with Chicago Division Illinois
At Flora, with Ohio aid Mt:fjslppi Railroad.
AtBhawneetoan, with eteamboata for Cincin
nati, 1'aducali, Cairo and 81. liuip,
Johx Foeairr.nen'l Fr'nt nd Ticket Ag'l.
CHAKLES M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 64 Ohio Levee,
FIRE AND MARINE
NKW KNOLAND MUTUAL, LITK,
Asneta, over G,UUO,0CO
ANCIIORD FIRE AND .MARINE
Of St. Louis.
Bolloila all klndeot risks.
oct27tf Agent, Cairo, lllino't.
JOHN B. PIIILMS & HON
(Huocdi'om to Jno.Il. Plullia,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
COK. TKNTU-ST. anu OHIO LEVEE
OJ.OSE k VINCENT,
DBAlJUEa I3ST LIMB
GCMKNT, FlASTXR PARIS,
Corner Elgtatls Ntrcct and Ohio lvsic
R. S. BRIG HAM, M. D., .
Omcis, 136 Commercial Avkuhck,
Office henri, 8 to 10 a.m., nd I to 3 p.tn. Heal
denue, No, u Nltn Btrtrli cr0, , f.r.Tlm
jfon b coruo. v.
Vsshlngton avenue, tf
OA I HO CITY "GOAL
l prr.psrnd to supply ctmtnmrr
with thu best
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llAllldnjr lira, offlc. TO OHIO
me lorn isru uciow ina hi,
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MONTAI1K" wlllV.rlnif tlnn.
in .krnuiri.HlKll, Hgur. OCZOII
CITY SHOlS STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
son AtKCT roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
Commercial A venae, Coraor af Elslitli
FARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR
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TOBACCO &c cio-A.ias
Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
I an ported Ales or Dlflforesat Ulnds.
75 Ohio Levee,
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SVCCIASOB rOULK A STOCK riITU
Keetlfyar and Wholesale) Dealer I
. f areifn mua jjoiraesic
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No. 62 OuioLevk,
TIE keens on hand constantly a full stork
JJLOId Kentucky Itourbon, Itye and Monoou
helA Whiskies, French Ilrandies. Holland Gh
Rhine and California Wines
real ehtate auent.
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REAL ESTATE AGENT
U (SECOND VLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Buv and Sell Real Estate,
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Addition to the City of Cairo, vin
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block 82,
t 18 i 20, " 27 ' 82
5 S2, 28 ' 82
0 82, ' 31 82,
" 3 " 83, ai ' 8J.
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prMrv for i
1 1 i 1 : I'AVIR LOCK ! iTU'fl
TIIK QREATIST IMFR0VEMENT OF THE AGE
Terms Most Liberal.
Agents wanted for unoccupied tetrllory,
for circular and price hat
Branch oBec, 613 North rotsrlk Htrcoi
"T. I.OUIH, HO.
8. V. NEWTON. Mner.
or Sale at Wbolesalo or Retail
CORNER 32D-BTREET AND OHIO LEVE1
J. P. GAMUT.
NTOVKN. TIMWABE, ETC.
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Tolle
Ware, coal nods, rironoveM, Air uaw.
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
SWItoofing, Outtering, and .tall kinds of Job
workJloue at snoneai nonce. leuiau
W; W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT1
13J TENTTI STREET,
Door, Nnsh, Blind, 9fonldlns;a,
Eave a altera, (wood) Window and Doo
frame, Flooring:, Lath,
NliliiRleM, Ulnxcd Nash, Olaxcd Nlde
I.lghts, Glased TrauBoina,
Mash WelKhtB, Naati lMilllea and Corda,
Itllnd FaMlenlnsns, KooOns;
Felt, ltoofliis; Cement, 1'laalerlng;
Paper, Carpet Felt, White
Lead, IJnaed Oil, American Window
Glaaa, EdkIIbIi andFreuch
Flats Glaaa, I'lilty, Glnaler'a l'olnla
Sewer Flpea Patestt Chlmueya;
t-te., Etc., Ktc.
AOENTS lor Rock River Paper Company's
Sheathing Felt and Quarts Cement.
II. W, John's Improved Hoofing always on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
I MiMopcrrd the
OPULAIt MEAT MAUKKT,
Bclvicsu Mnlli niidTtlilli Klscel,
and will keep constantly on hand the best meats
slaughtered In the Cairo market. The Hefyopm.
petition ime them a tnoi ... A
iapplyf MWK JOHNSON,,
I'l'Itrt AM) IIII1KK.
H. LEW & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
woof.. FiMTiintN, i;tc,
93 OHIO:L33V333 3B.
CUAS, SCIIOIMMKYrB. ItlLllAMSVUICB
CHAS. SCHOENMEYER & CO.
All orders promptly attended to.
"urt"wi:bt CORKER Or WAIHINQTOK AT-
AUD TXnTll ST
P. O. Drawer 1293.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINJERY
LADIES FURNISniNO GOODS,
Cosastacrrlal Avrcasir, rpoBlt Kill
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WBA&
.Made te order, or Reedy-Mad
Has rerelved a full and complete stock of goodi,
he newest and eotnpletest In the city. As Im
mente rarity ot
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
eh oflera great inducemets to herpstrena and
all ethers toeall on her.eianlne tb prices, styles
and quality of her goods.
Mrs. Swanaer, having sold her property, wll
sell the whole of Ihrs goods at and below coet
Now Is the lime to burcbAa Cnnstmaa eood
t the very lowest prices.
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Decorative) Papcrhaasrlar. KalBoasia-
Done In the highekt style ot th art, and a
rates vnai aeiy cumpeuiion.
HOP IN PERRY HOUSE, CORNER Of BTH
1TREXT AND CMMKRCIAL AVf SUE.
bliard saloon and bar.
JOII.N GATES), Proprietor.
lut C-rnmeroiAl Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of California Cigar Just receive1,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the Uat ot
tables: and bar aiiDnlled with wine. llauara
and cigars of th finest brands.
I MAGNOLIA -SALOON
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestle
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
97 Obio Lovce,
lletween Ninth and Tenth Streets,
GROCERIES! AND DRY GOODS.
NOTIONS, ROOTS AND SHOES,
I1ATH AND CAIH, KTC.
Has Juit received a heavy atooic of Boot and
Hhoea, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
tie also has a hne stock of Family Groceries ot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMER
H. T. OEROULI);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AND P2ALKH IN
OA Fitter's and Plumber's material, Woo
pumps, globe and angle valves, stop
cocks, check valves, etc.
auo aoixt roa
Tulta Brother) Patent Dry Gaa Meters)
And Morelieune, Wells A Co's Automatic Watei
Indicator and Supply Valve for steam boilers.
WINTKVt's RI.OOK, COMMItRCIAL-AVKNUl