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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1872.
;nu oajitif, c.ufii iMi'.f.
Satuiipat Muemno, Match 11'
T. or Til PlILT DCLLITtei
0- week, by crrlr,.. .
vae year br c.trler, In adtnce.... -i"
i nmtn by ull, ..--.. f;
Tlrw ironths - ( o
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TUE DOLLAR WEfKir rUTI.
John U. Ob,rl, 0j Mi;,,!1;..:"!
erMion pnr "fj,"' "kirf .t ina chest 1
1 . .young men of Knoivtlle Iihv
pitmen ted them by youo,.
whom they visited and.k'pl up uti-
,itlii " mini! hours.
OtiTTiiu first republican paper tl
lithcd In Smth Carolina was Hie ' 're''
South,' published ut Heatiferl on Jnu,,rv
1, 1803, by Jumes Q. Thot"-
Mr. HI 'lr. of .Michigan, ft committee was
npp.'lnicl to inquire Into tho charges of
fraud rniidn against the secretary of the
ttrvt"' J "y ppndpg Robeson- by u
S' York newspaper. Prim tho data
which hut already been famltlicd.lt would
e in in If tlio grub mania hud been seized
l.v tho rmvy officials ' ns
well in tho reit of tho cov-
nrnmoiit. "l'ut money In thy purso" be
ing tho administration motto, with tho
quukeruddltlon 'honesty If thee canst, but
money anyhow." This makes tho ninth
commltteo appointed to Investigate frauds,
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II. II. CAN U Kit
Mo. Pub. unci II. 8. ('cm.
Straws show wliieli way tlic i
V.W.. Is Straw's election in N
Hampshire a sign that the political
wind Is blowing strong as ever iu tho
direitiou of Grant?
New OnLKANS is in fear and trepi
dation regarding a threatened inunda
tion. Tho lc.scs of tho new canal arc
excavating basins along its banks and it
wast) thissimo cause last year that tho
overflow of the city was attributed.
One reason why New Hampshire
went republican is because Mrs. Liver
more took the stump for that side. She
denounced the Tammany frauds and
praised Grant, and the state gave Straw,
radical candidate for governor, two
thousand five hundred majority.
ebirer.o)i,vcd from tba publishers
Lltull'i 'tiring Age' for March 0th.
The 'Living Age It one of tbo oldeit corruptions nnd robberies by Grant's offl
and the best of tho periodicals publlibod cIhIs. The people uro ut picsent engaged
In ihli eountry,.tid, hnvlng but one co- as it committed of tho wliolo In examining
temporary of a llko literary character, the president, nnd they will render it vur-
diflVr from that In being a weekly Instead diet next November, which will boontlroly
,.r n,i.. ..,tn. Tim iA,.n' U in accordance with thu facts which ore
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FIRE, UULL, CAKQO, LIVK STOCK
C'UiUISM T, LiIFi,
made up o( (elections from tho most pop
ular periodicals and reviews of tlio old
country, nud henco n collection of the lat
est and best of tho foreign current litera
Tlm last two week'y number of Tin
'Living Ago contain! Tho Life mid
Writings , if John Iiunktmm Prure, Quur
terly' Review'; Quaint Custom In Ivweb
Chow, Cornhlll ' Magizino' ; Lucc-Miik-iignsu
Pino Art, Edinburg 'Hovlow';
Notes on East Grcenlnud, by u member of
tho German Arctic Expedition of IrJCO-70,
Kruser's ' ilugiizlno 'j The PirstEirl of
Shaftesbury, Westminster ' Ksvievv i A
.Mining Adventure, Pall Mull ' Gazette-'
Iinnorlunt Discoverios durinc the late
n.iw being presented through thuuclion of
HANSOM VS. A11U0TT.
Abbott, tho cui pet-bugger, Is jilnying
tho dog Mid manger roll us regards tho
North Carolina seiiutorslilp, nnd in case ho
cuiinot bo permitted to luke the sent he
leslro', thut both himtoll and Gen. Han
som be rejected, in which event Governor
Caldwell will fill tho vacancy by npponil
NEW HAMrsiIIllK ELECTION.
The politicians uro on the qui vhe ns to
the result of to-day's election iu New
Hampshire. Thu administration is on tho
anxious bench, us u defeat there would be
virtually n ci-nsuro ugninst Grunt s ndmin
Istratlon. Every clerk Biid laborer who
AsstU tS,M,S04 87
MORTU AMIRICA. PA-
Jvolip'o. 'bpoetalor' , J Do Venus oi -uuo, cou)i, le jpar,,, hy nny mcan4 fro31 hij du
translatia for I no living Ago yom tcJ ,n l(0 department here, has had ton
tliojtevuo U- uuux Jiomiu aiio r.inics , , . (lf . . , , . ,
of Infcciton, Saturday Uuvlew ' ; An old bccl J)uckcJ off ,0 th(J llo, j gfnnUo t.Uu
lll.niilnyanTi.wii.Chf.inbets' ' Journal ' l0 ,ielp (uva 0nfll fr-m Mmi flir t,i4
The Wrm Luko ol Sow Zauland, ' Spec (.lcclOII s0f i,0 utmost Importance to him
for. party purpo'o?, while to. tlio Democ-
tiitor'; The D.ie du Pgrsigiiy, Pall
'Gazetlo;' tho cintinuutloii of " Tho rac.v it matters rc.illy but ver y little , as it
MuidofSkcr,"of"ltiqnotulii llouppj, W)1 lmvu no bearing on tho contost In
b Miss Thuckeruy, und of ''The Strunge next M0VCmber,
. . .f - hi . if i... i:ii: i
tvaveniurei oi n j. nation, uy iiiiiiui i LKOALTENDEIIS.
U!uek; with poetry, short uruciosj c:c. Gun. Uutler vet lives nnd envo cvldenco
Tho subscription price ot tnis puge of it vu6l(.rdav bv introducing a bill In th
The repulicans of Wisconsin, at
their state convention hold on Wednes
day, "enthusiastically" endorsed Grant.
On the same day, the New Jersey leg
islature passed resolutions commendin'' weekly muguzino is $8 a year, or for 510 bouso providing that after April 1st ncx
the administration as successful eco- "ny 0,10 ' 10 Amnricau iji magazines u one-third of tho custom duties bo p ud in
Domical, beneficial to the crmntrv nto. ,cnl mw Ano-imng go-.oru legal termer notes. Tins proportion re
m. v rr i- i . Llltell & Gay, lloston, Publishers. cclveJ ii nnjority but not two-thirds,
Tho -New Hampshire election secm to ,v ,',,. .i. r-.,.i ..n.i Trn ...u,..u .i ....
I II V U1U 111 iVbCI Ik Ut HIW 'la s.w.a VKillu HU3 llVWCSIUiJ f BUlllUlllt HJU
wou DOtn ways. llecord.' a now weekly journal, published ,5U It did no', pass. Benny will no doubt
i In Uov York and devoted to the intereUs try unuln and succeed.
of thu coal and iron trades. The. 'Record
U under tho management nnd editorial BISMARCK'S CARRIAGE.
control of Benjamin K. estern, ono of
The Washington 'Chronicle' con
demns Nast's cartoon in a late 'Ilnr-
pcrs' Weekly' representing the opposi
tion senators endcavoriug to blow Grant I th0 orlginutots ot tlio 'American Journal
over, ine 'Chronical tumks the me-1 of Mlninc and also, or tho 'Jiuiiutacturer
i run. tlllT
IT BAT VV DRUO STORK.
Frsu crrti, LiLi.
MOCKING BIRD FOOD
ALL llitl FOR CIS WltBOl'T TkOVILI
Altsts 3,U4,210 U
Assets. 1,7S1,14 U
INTERNATIONAL, K. T.,
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Artels .7M,17 01
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Allele MS.27I is
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aneti 500,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Ante 1 JO.UUO.OOO -
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AWD
Anela. l,W0,0CO 01
RAILWAT PASSENOERB ASSURANCE
AneU - SOO.COd
GKAPE ( CATAWI1A
AID A LI or
FRESH FROM FIRST 11ANDI,
Alwajrs la slock la Ute mpplj, snd far il I j
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MEll O II A IU T H.
DEALERS IjS FLOUR;
Ohio lllveir ntttl Hniuinhn
SALT C 1PJ- IT I
70 Ohio Lsvee,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 Ohio Lcve.
O A I ft O, I I. L I N C 1 B.
pffiUI ellention Rien
MILLKR & l'AUKKH,
DEALKKS IN FLOUR. CORN
Outs, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIHUANK'S SCALES
On to Levee, U.VtRO, lUL'i.
SIXTY.P1VE FIRST PRIZE
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lavce,
City NetloMl Bank, CAIRO. ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
(From the IWstoa I'oat.J
Princk Bimarck lmj Un-
plenu-ntfd his uniquo triumphs with the
ture in bad taste bv which the 'Chron- and Builder.' Tho 'Record1 is Issued In pU-ni-Miu-'i ins unique triumphs with the
nut iu uau lasit, oy MUCil me enroll- , , , , acquisition of a nuw curriuge, of which ho
icle' means that nothint' should he pamphloi form, contains sixteen puges nnd u M prouJ UJ liny youngster is ot his
,i. . 7 , . . Is handsomely printed and illuntrutcd. ,10W gu-vurt. And not without reason,
done by the Grant men to hurt those SabiCl5ptlon prlco $3 per year. Address indeeu ; for l.y the accounts of this vehicle
a ..,UBa as ,o,,B us mere . WeUl!rn & Uo publishers, 47 Park How. " ' ulu l,l,uur l" uo somen ing ueiuuiiy
the least probability that their-oppoai- Kcw York. y
tion to the the president way blow over.
TrtE breach in the radical party is
widening, every new -demonstration for 1 TRUMnuLL to the tore
Grant tending to incroase it. The lat-1 "Washington, Marcn 14. Mr. Trum
est news from Wushinuton is to the buU wlvcd the cxcUomer.t'of tho past
effect that the discontented republican twYvce1:9 by coming to tho front and gal- ,,ody painted d,,rK blu.-, with an ,'.p
. y , i ,, i lai.tly pitching Into tho presidents bea- mo mutto. Between tlm uxle-treci
uuuiui;,, ilUUIIUU, A UIUOU,
Schurz and Tipton, have agreed that
they cannot abide by the decision of
tho Philadelphia convention if it nom
inates Grunt, nud have decided to scud
a scuator to Cincinnati to conler with
the leaders of the liberal republican
movement. This step has no doubt
been brought about by the result of the
New Hampshire election.
Horace Gjieelev is a much talked
of individual uow-a-duy.. Ultra-radicals
abuse him, Grautiles who believe
that discretion is the better part ol
valor either coax him or preserve a dis
creet .sileucc, whilo liborul republican')
nud passive democrats aio engaged in
tho attempt to cajole and flatter him
into the liberal republican movement.
Rut we are inclined to believe notwith
standing all the 'Tribune' philosopher
has said in regard to the abuses which
have flourished under Grant's adminis
tration, that when the time comes ho
will Jail gracefully into line and
raise his colors for tho uominoo of the
Pailadelphia convention. In n late
number of the 'Tribuuc,' ho coii-;rntu-
latos tho republicans of tho state ol
New York on tho generally republican
victories gained in tho various muni
cipal elections recently held iu the
state. Lvery such victory is justly
regarded ns a favorable evidonce ot
Grant's strength among tho people nnd
when Greeley speaks of them as evinc
ing "a healthy nud vigorqus turn of
public icntiuicnf it i3 only auother
way of expressing the conviction that
the signs aro all encouragiug fur vw
re-election of Giant. Administration
jupjiD art uiruuuy cilUCEIIIlg over
Greeley 6 backward glances to tho fold
of radicalism, and are ready to wel
come him back without a rebuke for
Our intelligent friend, Mr. Myru
Bradwell, editress of the Chicago 'Legal
News, still presses her detnund to be ad
mitted to tho bar. The state supremo
court refuses mlinW.lon, and her demand
upon me unitea btmes supremo court, so
bly advocated by Hon, Matt. Carpenter,
has not yt been decided. jJprJujjfleld'
litgitttrl' A ' '
tfF Tho Michigan liquor law hn
brought out the following scheme i "You
put your ten cjntioiis pot rnqrktd
whisky:' the pparatus revolves and di
rectly you see glass of. whisky standing
Leforti you, nnd you donT know, of course,
who gave it to you, or bow it come there.''
Revengo I sweet.
A widow won
$00,000 from a German Gambler at Jinden
Mtdvn, and a French general, whoso hatred
f Germany is undyifg, married the
VMftr of hit country, and tho $80,000.
gh'S wno una assailed nun nnu "is mo-1
tives. Ostensibly ho was ndvocuting civil
service reform: Grant's suggestion
against Grant's best friends, but in reality
ha was defending hitnsHU against the
"clique" who bud duliberatnly lied about
his riTommcndations for ofllco. Mr.
Trumbull completely refuted thir charges'
und insinuation, ami in a running debute
with tho president's. especial champion
Mr. Morton ho placed thorn both iu -it
ruther unenviable light. Morton detailed
a story to the cllVct that Trumbull had
pcrsonnlly iippculcd to the president to ru
imivo n disabled foldlurto make way for
his brother-iti'law us pension ugent. Mr.
Trumbull with that nervou', quick, con
temptuous manner peculiar to him, sneer-
ingly asked if thu senator was uuthorized
to detail conversations between him (Mr.
Trumbull) und the president, and that if
.Mr. Morton would make the statement on
his own authority or give his authority
'(which polntsd to Grant) ho would an
swer him very quickly, but tho senator
c iuld not hide himself behind lrrespoimiblu
hearsay. This tilt of tho wiry, cat-line,
nervous lllinnlsan with tholu-uvy, lumber
ing Indianinn, was a bud defeat fur the
lutter, who had lugged the president into
tho debulo to bo rapped about tho sconeo
without being nblo to defend him from thu
insinuations of .Mr. Trumbull. The re
suit was that by u vote of 2j to 40 $50,000
was plaei'd in the president's hnnds lor
civil sorvico reform. I do not wish to in-
tlmiite that Grant would uo nuypirtof
small amount improperly, but I remem
ber that Wendell Phillips openly de-
flu red thut "Grant's chief concern ssenud
to bo mono making,'' iihi! "that he has
mnilo seven or eight mindrod thousand
dollars during Ills administration, ami
thut Ms two great aspirants nro re-elec
tion und another million." Sumner also
bears testimony us follows: "Tho presi
dent is the most ignorant, corrupt and dis
junct muii living." In view of such
truly loyal views us to Grant's probity,
woum tlfJt 1UV0 been well to huvo
placed the mn.iy ; ot,or bands ? Proba
bly tho unaUiie. ,,f tho umount was se
curity for its pror Ui0i xho follow!,
from the 'ltepuhlicui,' ..tO.lscily-Orniit's
organ-will 1 think settle ul9 llllcgin ,
U Trumbull's being outside VU p,l0 of
the Grunt radical church; "Thn1il.a cf
Mr. Trumbull standing by nn org,uua.
tion he hud fold out In Johnson'n tiinot
(meaning tho impeachment triul.) Fred.
IJjuglas declared there were ten thousand
good reasons why Mr. Trumbull forsook
republicanism In 1U08, nnd who knows
how many our upright judgu has received
from tho enemies of tho government this
time to holp defeat tho party?''
The article concludes by calling Mr.
Trumbull a wolf In thecp's clothing.
me marge 0I Fred. Douglas, rovumped
for thisoecHsii.il, that Judgo Trumbull ro
celved ten thousand reasons i, e.dollurs
for voting nguinit tho Impeachment of
Androw Johnson, Is very small potatoes,
'end only shows to what depth the Grunt
radicals will descend In order to blacken
the reputalon of those who dare to dllTer
with the grfnt'JIrSuKUIysses.
THS- JOJ.Ly ItOIltbON O0.VE FOR.
Yesterday in tho house, on motion of
PBBSH "BICnEJ ' rIC3C
JUST m E O E I T E D
lor Bale by theGlana Bottle orCnlloti
Extba Fink Coloonk;
'Genuine Imfokted Extracts;
rllAiK, Tootu and Nail Brushes
rlNDix Rubber Numert Goo."
course it is ornumental and useful. Mu
ny other, ns well as liUmarek, have car
riages possessing thesu excellences. Uut
tho DismarcKian barouche is
moro than this. Tlio uxlo treo
boxes aro bronzed; the windows are of
plain ulass : thu lumps of oil! glus. with
reuociors ; me siep vuivei uiiuu ; una tlio
cs is a
lari0 tin luggage ehetl, ciiiiiuo nf carry
ing two or three trunks. In the lloor uro
vulves for ventilation, insidu nre four
eoniparlments ; one is thu saluoli of tho
princes', onoitiu fuioon ui mu prlhcu, one
u uiuuii uri'hiiig-rooiii, uuu uhi.', luv mu
rcar.l u reception room, Soft ami luxuri
ous caniuU cover all tho lloon1, and tne
walls urn clothed with mahogany wain
scoting and tilk uiihoUtry work. The
culllnus uro mJornl with f stootis of Imirel
ami oak leave, iu a gold and blim ground,
and thu windows uro curtained in thu
richest (tyle. A healing upp.iratus and
llre-phicii.i aro at hand ; thu lurnituru is of
a 'iiugnillcent ueiserlptloii, iilnl cnmpnsi-s
i veri thing iinngii.utili-, from couchea down
to curii-taul.k mil writin-dwUs. In one
corner ot tr.u reception loom is u trap
door, which roveais it wino cellurj mid
llieru aro also receptacles lor provisions
and ico. No mention is mado ot'a skating
pond oj cri quel ground in connection with
tins estuiillslimeut, neither is there, any
thing tuid about an nltend.iiit circus or
ltaliiu opera house; but it is probable that
nil tlio-o cunvouiences could be udded, If
NIAOARA, N. T,
ESCAPADE THE SECOND.
ANOTHEIl CHAr-TKIlI.V AS' AUICANSAS
From the Memphis Aeslanehe, II.
In 'ho ' Avalanche' of February 17th
appeared an account of thu elopeiimnt and
subsequent arrest of Dr. Kdwin II. IJoyd
and Miss llarriul O. Smitn, of Greeno
county, Arkansas, lloth parties men
lioiied hint moved in thu best circles of so
ciety iu Arkuns.is and tho publication
caused considerable excitement.
Tho doctor is u broiher-in law of, .Miss
Smith, hu having married bur sister somo
four yuars since. "When arrested hero
they were oi cupylng ono room in thu Con
trul hotel, lleiug arreted ut the iiistuucu
of his l.rothcr-iii-luw, John W. Smith, tho
doctor waived an examination before jus
tice P. M. Winter and was sent to jail in
default of live thousand dollars bull to
a wait a requisition from thu governor of
Arkunsus. A ftw days later the requisi
tion arrived und the eloping doctor was
tu Uo ii homo.
. What action wns tuken after his nrrivul
home is not known, hut ills supposed that
thu mutlor wus compromised In some wy.
Attiliy rnto a few days since thu doctor
again eloped witli .Miss Harriet, and this
tlino has eluded all measures taken to etr
ect ills capture, It Ihs-iM that in this lust
liiuvo hu was aided and abetted by his
wife, tlm sister, of Miss Harriet. This
Unit thvy went North and it Is thought
nro making their way to St. Louis or somo
Lady Franklin's advertisement, ofl'oring
n ruwnrd of two thousand pounds sterling
for thu whole of tho journals or other rec
ords which may bo luund of tho
"'lis Urubus nnd Terro of Sir John
runkUii's expedition of 1845, which. rec
ords are believed to havo beun deposited
near l'oluv Victory, on King Williams'
l,utid, by ibe kit survivors or tho uxpodi-
..... ss.n:iL-u nuieii attention among
OERUANIA, N. T.,
Aneti 1,0CS,TU 7i
HANOTER, N. T.
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REPUBLIC. V. T..
Assets - .TH.Stt (X
Comprising the Uoderwnters' Agencj.
TON KERB, X. Y
Aiirti T8,4M (1
Asset! ."" IM.fM a
firemen's fund, a. r
Aisetl, 878,600 Of
SECURITY, N. T. MARINE.
Aiiel 1,S32,S 00
Dwrlhnss. Furniture. Hulls nnd Cir
O lii-uro-l t rt- hi fitTomble as lounil.
permanent security vein arrant
I ri-Hpectlullj ask oi the ciliiem of Cilro,
hueol thvir umruniise.
'. x. iii'finrH.
PURE WUITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZIXO.
Best grsdei Id irge itoek end va
riety, very cheip;
Full Line or Colors,
hit aid in on;
Pilnt Brushes, Lmirrd Oil,
Vernlihas Kte. eie.,
ALL Eleiil AKD ITAIID1KD qSALlTUI
men di vt m
D. .MATH UPS.
E. C. UHL
WM. KNADE & CO.,
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIOUT
Th... In.triim.nt. hus ks.n tifore the nnhllc
fiirnrirly thirty jenrn, eri'l Ufon thf lr excelUnoe
alone itainei an unpunnatoi prtcnumznew, ..mvu
piODOUnces them uiiquatU in
ew All nnr Square IIimi hafenur nr v im
nrotfl Oir struni! Milr r(l the AarnSi TttUi
Or W would i all iprcinl at'eiitlii.i to our
P.trnieil lmeroprr.ent In flau I'ukos and
QcaeeiSaiiis.riuDd In no other l'ia..o, wi.lch
ferial) tne nauo nearer priection man ni jn
EVERY flANO TULLT WARRANTE TOR
Illustrated Catah'truee and Price Llsli cromptl
furniibed on application tn
many of our r'rular etalilthd a(tencle.
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTEUN PRODUUK
No. OUIO LKTEE,
U. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits and Nuts
No. 134 Cojiaiercial-ave.,
Dealer in all kmJs ef
STAPLE AMD FANCY
rimer's Tard and Utabllag
Pt. Washington-av.'and Twentieth-st.
COAL I COAL! COAL I
QUICKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R
St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cm
CAOO, Mf 1 ORE, UOSTON,
POINTS EAST AND "WEST.
Pan'cger tratni arrise at and leare Cairo ai lot
iiivx Stiaa.m .........I:0O r.m
tuPAkl 4:1,0 H.tu Vit43 a ni.
Uulh trains conncel at Centralia with train on thr
Pn, Deratur, Ulnnmlnicn, El Paso, I.aSMIi
Atendoiu, r'reeporl, il-iia, !utiuiue, and
all uiluis in lll.uols, Mia ouri,
AliuuiaiitH, Aiseonslu and
Iowa. And nith
f.lnei runnlne Ka-t and West lor
'si. I.oills, KpruiKtieM I.iuikTille,
CinulunHti, lndianaHilla, Columbus.
And at OhicaKO vrill. Jllclnsn Crniral, Jllchlga
bouihem, amt Pitt l.u rti. Kurt Wayue
aad Utncniio Itallroada lor
CLOSE 3c VINCENT,
DEALERS lOST X.IMTJ31
Ceuent, Plastee Paris,
Cut-acsr Elghtls llreet and obi Lptm
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
wimains unu wimlemen. Capt. C mpu ,
a vjh,.otmin, liv n a. Hudson, N. Y., has
visited Hear-Adu.iiul IngWtMd of' or
majesty s legailiui at Wu.liWton nnd Mr
Henry Grlnuell, the refereisin a 'Zril S
nnd proposes to organize n company",,
iiiuku u wiiaiiu
i: vovai'u tn tin. a
r-gions und combiny with it a search for
the records. Sir John sailed from Sheer
ncss, May 'JO, 1615, with thu ships nuined
abovo, to discover u northwest passage.
His orders wcro to return In 1817. lie was
lust seen by u whaler iu liullln s hiy, July
-0, 1810. In tho spring of 1850 u party of
ofnUut forty whlto mnn were seen by tho
Esrulniuux on King William's Island, and
a lew months luiur tho savagas found
tholr bodies not far tu tho northwest of
Usck's Greet Fish rivor.
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CAHUOiJ
Commercial.av., Foot of Eleventli-st.
All Coal carefully welrhsd at lha vard Fair
FULL WEiailT WARRANTED.
Coal deltre'red on ihe shorleat notice in tn)
part of Ihe cl.y, either by tb half ton, tan or car
Leave order at theoffic on Commerclal.ar.a
he fixitof Kleraoth street. norisd -Dm.
flotebar steel BceAler la all KIsssU Vraak
Cn NixsTtiSTa Ana PoriA Btaiar.
BUho,.2.1ll!h'lh,r, oar h b"' rtll,
dluui f5? frli!:p' n(1 Prepared to nil any
CAIRO CITY -BOOK BINDERY
JOII.X II. OIIERLT CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kinds of Uindlna nud Ruing done at the
eery lowest i.rluei, lUving piiam-d tho irrvl
cea of Mr. Huala, who liaa had .11 any yiars
eperience la nne of best Mnderles ol St. l.'Ulis,
in silia-rintend tula eatablishment, vte can con
fi letilly (iroinisi-uur atriins wurr niuil to that
of a-iv Himlerv In ihe west.
NIM WRITE It.
CARL L. THOMAS,
i now p.epa.ed to respond promptly to all de
mand! for his aericei.
SUOP-COR. 8TU-BT, AND CoUVIEECAL-AT
Its Ihe Parry Hotter,
FUKS AND IlinKM.
H. LEVY & CO.,
WOOL, rEATUEIM, iTTC.i
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
Onnsd after Monday, April !tth, 1871, traim'
ruu as lohowi t '
TBllSS OOISU HOIITUSAIT.
i.i-nre Virginia li:S.m 12 So p.m.
." Tajlorrllle.. 1U:S2 s:-ja
ArriTeat 1'aim ll:IC in i;17
Leave Paae I.eOa.m
" Taylortillr 4:4 " ..,
Arr'Te at sprliii!neid...t;is "
Leave 3pni,i:nld .i8J ' ,.
Ar.Ueai VlrKinla M "
tbsini oomo leeTuxtar.
Leare Edgenood 6:30 a.m. 10:19 ..m
" Klora DM n.40
Airiee at rihKneetoii3:&-1p m 6:16 p.m
TaAIKI OIINO NOSTIIWLaT.
Leave hawneetown 6:4S a.m 8:!Cp.rr
" Klor a:6 7;lsj '
Arrive at KiIk-oo. 4:S0 ' 8:20 "
TlieC-.ai a.m. train from Kdeewood, rune only
Mondsye, WsdnvaiUyennd Fridays, and 6:4Sa.ni
train lium Bnuwnnelown Ou Tuesdays, Thurs
d. th and biitunlavs.
Co'inecta at Ashland with Jickionvllln dirision
nl Chicago and Al'mi Itiilrosd. fur Jickior.Tlllo
PelershiiiK, MHsonCily.andatl points Meat. '
Al Hprinitfls-lil, -with Chicago und Alton, and
Toledo, Walmsh and Western Railroad, lr
Uloom.nRtf n, ChiciRO, and all points north, norla.
west ami wesi.
At Pane, with lnd. and St. l.ouia. and Illinois
Central Railroad lor all points eaat.souih and
At Kdeewood with Chicago Dirision Illinois
At Mora, with Ohio aid Mlrsiailppi Railroad.
AtKhawneeloan. with eleamboaie for Clncln.
uau, i auuv-iui,i.airiiant,ni. 1.0111H
flsn'l Kr'ill and Ticket Aii'l.
And Dealer la Forelga and Domestlo
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIQASS
97 Ohio Levee,
Between Ninth end Tenth Streets,
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Successors toStrstton, Hudson t Clara.)
57 Ohio Lovee, Cairo, Illinois
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccesson to K. D. Hendricks a Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
s4Sr Liberal Advances rnr tipo
Are prepared to receire, no re ant orwarJ
freight! to all points and huy slU
ell on commission.
Dullness attended 10 promptly
JOHN B. PIIILLIS& SOaV,-
(Successors to Jno.B. Phillii,)
DKALKRS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.;
Con. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CI1ARLKS M. HOWE & CO.,
No. G4 Ohio Lovee,
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
PuMjr. Benalssa, GaaaUaia,
And the eelebrsted illuminating
BBOsa' DUILDINO, COB. llTH-ST. A COM
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