TJIli (iAIItO DAILY lU'LhHTIN, rilURSlMY. MARCH '21, 1872,
CAIRO CITV HOOK uJ.SDa.iIY
JOHN II. BKRI.T CO.,
Bulletin UuiUint,', corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
A'lklnl of Ilinlinaa1 Ku'lnc ion at the
In,.l endued llio e.rvl-
eel" vl llr. Il'l. '" hM "!y
rtperiewe 111 ..i,.tfiwl ttin-Ifriea of m. L"U.e
. !...., ii. n I !..! .eb!leliniiul. we cad con.
filentlr nrojmtour lira w.ir v-iM to
of it flmn I1
;i):tS It OUKIlt.T, KlllornJ rul-lnner.
Mawu 21 1872.
SuZiKt ol Jmvrntn, uV.i(, ( ,il r lliiwln ;
flM "' " inltrttl to tht niWif ;
J-,it titers ai I tncitiiin(i ctrciilstvitit the li'titt
lot n ui't tit pntntitnjtul intelligent rtaUri anil
eitt fii'itiis outmt4 mi.
Tiaai or tut Daily IU-u.uh!
ii. trlt, by carrier, ... ii
un year by otrler, In advance 10 (u
me Mintli by Mall, 75
Tti.-pi inontlx . 12 its
8 I mnnlh 4 2
UJ) year, ...... I W
tnt DOLLAR WXIKLT BULLETIN.
John It. Obsrl
prk.non nrKe a
rly Co. nave reduoed the ub.
if lh" Weekly Cairo llulletln lo
Uti P-'ir per , i ii jii. nuking it In cheapest pa
ttrttll"lf nru I" ?wu.tiv,,i iiiiuuip.
Tilt: woiuait-sitflragists aro making
arrangements to hold meetings in every
county in Illinois, and .Susan Ii.
Anthony is to address them. Is this
the beginiii:: of Mr.. WoodhuH's raid
of five hundred female orators?
A tllxoro.v dispatch says that
the president of the society for the sup
pression of obscene literature was in
that c.ty recently for the purpose of
haviug the laws on the subject of that
tort of literature made more severe.
They need amending badly. Who that
has over glanced over the columns of
oouhull v Claflin s 'W eekly doubts
1 ' I
Tlir. Xr.w Yr.nir 'H.,-,1.1' Hi.U
an r-vhlhi. p fi p v.r',n
railroad company, by which it appears
there is a deficit of fifty-one millions
of dollars in the accounts of the com
pany. The issue of stock from the
year 18(57, at which time the road came
under the management of Jay Gould
and his iriends, has increased from
twentv-five millions to ei:htv-six mil-
lions, and oi this, the vast amount of
fifty. one million of dollars is unac
counted ior. Verily, this it the era of
ConiiKsros'DKNCE hm taken liUce be
tween Uiu Clmlnuin of the Democratic
National Committee anil Hon. i V
llom, inoiibcr of tho Cjtmiiitteo from
iscnnsin, ai to tio placo of holding tho
Democratic Nutionul Convention. Jlr.
Horn has ox preyed liirrnelf in favor of
jaiiivnukec, i4H most Uesirable pmce, and
ha written to Mr. Itilmont tluit wo Imve
hotel ac'onitnodiitious Buflicient, and tlmt
tiioupera Homo would ncconiinodiito the
Cniirentioii. otliinc was mid in tho
correipondonce in to the time of tho Con
vention. 'Milwaukee News.'
We rather liko the idea, for since the
existence of Milwaukee she has been a
democratic city and under democratic
rule has been ono of tho best governed
cities in the union. The city iu sum
mer is cool and healthy, and the con
vention, instead of sweltering in the
hot, diiny atmosphere of Cincinnati or
St Louis would bs greatly invigorated
by the breezes from Lake Michigan.
The opera houe is ample for the con
vention. And "Plankiogton" "N'cw
Hall and a dozen smaller hotels would
accommodate all visitors in a most
The Maae 'Journal,' the radical
orfrsn of Maae county, is palpably
carele-s in the matter of punctuation.
In iu last i,u, it makes tho astonish
ing revelation.thut Sumner atidSohurz,
who origituteil the sale of arms inves
tigation, did with tho intention of
reducing .ur country to a stuto of
dependency, destroying our free iiMi
tutionsaud then being appointed dicta
tori over the liberties of our people !"
Tl cicUnutioti point is our own,
With a .rai8e foretfulness, induced
perhip by the horrify contemplation
or the traitorous puTpo,M of Sumn
and schurz, the -JoutnaV ngiecteil
uppurtuuny oi giving due
.wv.,, m.utu uuvf, DV TOUUiUnt.
iv vn vmu hiupia ana un?enutional
! 1 T. 1 .
period. It should by nil means, hav
been concluded by one or even two
exclamation points. Aud another i-cn-tence.
"Tho fute of another distin-
guished statesman Aaron Tlurr
should warn these gentlemen to beware
of the just indignation of au outraged
people 1" is tamed down to com-inon-placc
by being ended by a common
period. Hero again ono exclamation
poiut at least Is indispensable. It pains
us to sec nil th effects of hUch hi"h
flights of journalism lost through such
nts been rouuested hv "mniiv idtiTen."
of Massao county to consent to become
candidal for t(!Ullll)r j,, tJj0 fif,y.jr)jt
senatorial district. Following in tho
fUo.lstcps of lUe iUuarIou, Uo,fa
McCartney lufonnshU Wwid, tb
c , J'i"r,ml:tUftl"' does not
leolfjiallui haalhe right to decline nuuh
h call."' Happy is tho republleau vart
uf tht fifty-Orst se untorial district in
"'. , r, . t. ii 1
tho po"'n of McCnrtnoy. It ra.ls ,
I,;,,,, "It is tho voice of duty." my
.McCartney ami hi! goes. Wo '",
imainc! tin struggle which took pln'O
in that uouscicutioas breast whju lUo
voico of i.atrlutism urcin I""'" ono
way, that ot inclination -
decision had toboin.de We sec him
walking the floor through a sleepless
night, his armi thrust elbow deep iuto
his pockeu and a weight of care upon
hi brow. He does not wish to go to
the legislature. Springfield has no
... .. . -...ifitnr. nit:
ittractions for him. the picture of
himself, which imagination brings
before his mind's eye, rising in his place
in the senate of tho groat state of Illi-
u lis, clearing hi throat, extending his
arms, addressing himself to the assem
bled audience while a hush falls up in
it all this allures him not. Ho
is about to seize tho pen and write " I
canuot bo your candidate," but the
voice of duty whispers "the p )st of
honor is for you not the private sta
ion ; your country calls. Your party
wants you and" ho hears the whisper
c!oe to his ear, "after this is is Wash
ington, congress, lobbies, j " the
rest is lost. He has the pen in his
hand and he write? : "I do not baliovo
I have the right to decline such a call ;
you may therefore consider mo a candi
date." And, duty hviug conquered,
McCartney is happy.
We auk in receipt of gertfr.il issues
of the 'Avant Courier,' published at
Bozcman, Gallatin county, Montana
territory. Looking at the 'Courier, it
is difficult to realize that it N published
in the far west, in a region which but
a few years ago, had no location on the
maps of our country. In appearance,
in journalistic make-up, in editorial
matter, the 'Courier' shows no evidence
that it is published in a faraway, and,
until lately, almost inaccessible part of
the country ,'a region unknown, perhaps,
nrof nt what is learned of it through
i 1 j
.1. - 11! 1 . l ..
puuiw prima, i uearij crj icauci
of our horao newspapers. Butcivili-
I ... , I. . 1 . .1 t.
zaiiou travels iasi, anu luoKiug turutiu
the local columns of the 'Courier,' we
find local "notices" and items very sim
ilar to those which usually fill the local
I columns of papers published in the
states. Wc find an extended account
i of a "ball and supper" celebrativo of
Washington's birthday, with the usual
nAmnlimnnta in tnnA linal' rtf it
wWch the UD.wcstcrn tItle
of the Metropolitan. In a consnicu
ous place, wc find a warning from a
party that ho will not pay no bills con
tracted iu his name, said warning being
slightly suggestive of female extrava
gance and consequent domestic diffi
culties not confined by any means to
our western territories. Immediately
following this, we read that the "fibm
mittcc having in chargo the fair and
festival for tho benefit of the Good
Templars, will spare no paius to make
it a brilliant success," and in the next
column a communication signed "Jun
ius wno makes some suggestions on
the question of the public schools, and
the same paper contains an editorial
article on a projected academy. Head
ing' it, the thought has been suggested,
that whatever may be justly said of
tho roughness and barbarism of western
ife, the good seeds of civilization and
refinement are being fast and plentifully
sown in it. Lookinz at a man of the
United States, we find Iiozeman on the
Yellowstone river, miles south of the
ine of the Northern Pacific railroad, in
the mountain regions of Montana. The
Avant Courier' is a most appropriate
and suggestive nauio for its first news
paper, and glancing up and down its col
umns, the knowledge is brought home
to us that we live in a great couutry
and a great age.
Itflr The New York mill of the 15th
ays: "William Jones, four yoari old,
and residing with his parent! at 100
Spencer stroot, Hro.iklyn, died Uit night
from that terrible malady, hydrophobia.
This is the econd victim troni tho bite of
the rabid doj; that attacked a number of
children at the cornor of Sponcor and
Walworth streots about threo weeks since.
Trie tltst child taken with tho malady whj
.lulla.Uonnolly, who reiidod in Walworth
ltrcet, and who was bitten on tho hip.
j,SUe diud on tho night of the 7th int., in
xtm pn. The littlo boy who died
I 1U al .1 . . . . ...
u,it wa Wtton on the hand, but as
ww wound up In a day or two and
bo mnlttUo.i8ni of hydrophobia his
rHCU!,,,ttV,,r, ho would escape.
J log which cWWr0B WJB
litllo liU:k.tnd-tao lerrlot."
HijrDr. 1'rnno in hi, 'TUvl. n
Japan" .ays, "Passing thr0URn k
nds, ring forty or fifty copper.
or. as uuny nsils Ht the front door of
bop (the copper hub a holu in the center,)
I inquired what they were for, and wa,
told that they were placed thero by the
bop-keeper to rare time ,nd trouble in
niwerlnu the calls of the m.dlcants.
W lien one camu ulrm . i .. ,
rlty of the .hop.kcoper by taklliB two.'
co!Sh ? b"nMJ,M ,nuJtt "Brilliant dis.
dlv d ar1?1,11'11 erlt wore
Thuf ti stoae might bo dl.p.u.ed wlth,
TJu tl patriarch i "Johanne., you
frddcr, your grandfadder, and.yoor rt
,grandfdderilUc.nUode n& wltl? th,
stone in en end of de p.g d d grit iu
do odder. Und now you, raero poyi sets
yourself up to know more as dey do. You
put de stones in de pag and never uiore let
me ire mch smart nttt like dat."
The Springfield ' Republican' lays!
n,w oltob pip( lh,
,alut ftcluJc, busldes the publisher,
h, ion Miirny It Rillmi, as nnanrial rl.
tor. c, in I'atcue, ouiior of luruigu
lntelligenco( Wasson, of tho Charleston
Oiironlale,' a. local ; U. P. Whipple., us
reiewurj Mim Hamlin, as Now England
editor, and Mr. Woolf, as dramntlct critic.
Half of tho compositors nro glrW."
IftuOn tho lt of April, that portion of
tho short line railway between Springflold
and Dsyton, 0., will pais into the control
ofth-i Cleveland, Co'umbus, Cincinnati
and Indianapolis company j and on that
day n new through route for freight from
Whirling and Columbus eia Springflold
and Dayton lo lndlaimpolii, Si. Loiiii, and
tho great wngt and northwest.
tgi.111 tho Elgin watch factories threo
hundred of tho five hundred employes aro
girl who earn from ton to twonty dollars
a wei.k, and do the moro delicate part of
tho work more skillfully than men.
tQrWork has been commenced on the
Bollevlllo and Eldorado railroad, In Illin
ois, at the Saline countr line.
There has probably never boen a
greater variety of moro costly importations
in silks, than the present season displays.
Twenty-three Inches Is considered tho
proper size for a lady's waist at tho pres
ent day, whan small, wup-liko waists are
no longer admired.
A new stylo of orniment for tho hair
is a small bird's nest of filagree gold, iu
which is a small gilt blrl with wings ex
tended and Jeweled eyes.
Very elegant handkerchiefs aro gener
ally trimmed with Valenciennes, for tho
reason, probably, that this lace repays
careful doing-lip better than most other
Plain collars nnd cutTi of fine linen, the
latter attached lo an undorslceve, remain
in favor for the strcot. Tho prettiest col
lar is made of but one thickness of linen
with u band of the material stitched to
bordor it; it Is a fine collar, quite narrow
at the back, and broadens in front to mod
erate sized points; the square cuff fusions
with linen buttons.
Amang the trimming lace, tho most
populaj aro the round point and point ap-
pliquo, Valenciennes, Chantilly, gulpuro(
and French trimming laco. "Whito and
black dutchoss, though an exceedingly
rich lace, is not quite so popular a It was
upon its first appearance.
A new feature in arranging tunics Is
tying them at tho back with bows prlaced
down tho middle. The bows are large
Willi short, wide ends. Uther tunics aro
left open behind, in the form of two wide
icaf ends, and terminate with loops of
ribbon. When skirts aro ruffled up the
back breadths nearly to the waist, the tunic
is merely a scarf tied behind, and forming
a wrinkled apron in front.
nvx rxRso.vs killed, oruxns injured
Cincinnati, O., March 18 At half
pait two this afternoon tho fire bells rung
from Liberty street and Central avenue.
Tho signal, "No fire," loon followed, but
it was not long before tho whole city was
shocked by the intelligence of ono of the
most terrific boiler explosions ever experi
enced here. Perhups, In some respects,
it whs the most rotnarkable as well as sin
gular in the history of casualties.
A battery of two stoam boilers in the
soap nnd candle foctory of WooJs & Con
ahan, occupying tho largo front at COS
Central avenue, exploded withar, unheard
of violence In tho factorv were about
eighty parsons. Two of these were horri
bly mamrled and mstantlv killed, iwu
slightly wounded and all the others es
caped. Ou nsymilior street, ovorhalfa mile
diitant by map measurement in a boo lino,
threo little trirls in u frnnt r.nl vi-
jumping tho rope. Sixteen feet of this
Doner wai Hurled all that distance, over
the housetops, upon their headi. Two
of them were killed Instantly and the
third was mortallv wounded." but Is not
Thii piece of boilor is a porfect cylinder,
sixteen fent four inches long, twjty.four
inches in diameter, and weighs about a
ton. Persons who saw it say it looked
liko a stove pipe sailing in tho air, just
abovo tho roofs. A party of ladies on
York streot, moro than half a milo north
from where it aliirhtod. saw it poinc. und
ay it resembled a board sailing in the
Tho front yard in which it alighted is
not more than eight feet deep, aud is in
closed by an iron railing fence. Thu boi
ler landed iu tho yard parallel with tho
fence, injuring tho railing but ilightlv,
and tearing up the stono steps to the
doors. Further down tho street was about
tour feet more of tho boiler.
The casualties at tho factory whero tho
explosion occurred werecngineor Unrncv
Osthorl'er, who had boen acting iu that
capacity nt theso works moro than thirt
een years. Ito wai standing nbout twen
ty feet from tho boilers Unit exploded, put
ting coal in tho furnuco of another batie ry.
Ho was mangled horribly. Ho leaves a
wife and live childron. Ho was a gorman
about fifty years old.
James llnlcrich, a gorman about sumo
age, who attended tho tank, hud gone in
tho cngineroom on a tempeorary errand
and was torn to pieces. Ho leaves a wife
and llvo childron.
Ooorgo Herringer, un employe in tho
works, was seriously but not dangorously
bruised. L. Hoffman, also an employe,
was struck in tho arm. and sltn-htl
od by a picco of boiler. Mlchml Snlnmnn .
a mason working at the factory, was struck
by a fragment of boilor and injured slight
ly. Geo. Hawlev Was covered wltli ilol.ri.
and slightly bruised.
i us was all tne injuries nt the factory.
Tho children killed on Hamlll
were Alice Thornton, sixyoars old. in front
flf ll .... .1.1 "l..
"ot reimonce, jusi wulllng to go down
vWn l,U ,,er mother! Cora Cole"ulso six
V,i 0,,l wa turning a ropo with Emma
the !."' 1ho h t jump
wonn PV 0rbl mortally
near it!" m " l,lr?a cf tho children live
mil. iitr "r01" and 01iTaF trect. half a
Ilnl l nX f;orn lbe P,aC8 of the explo
slon and io fr off that the report of it
could scarcely, if t i( be heard.
run covsixo i'baoi ju bilke.
One of tllQ nrnlnM. In (nnninttnn will.
the coming pence jubilee In Uoston is fair
y Hurtling, At the previous affair tho
iinpresiurlo was content to dlscnargo u
'"iiiaue ot artillery in tno immedlato
vicinity, by means of an electric battery,
ttlUS Con&nrlntlmr I vlllnlnnll. ia! lift, ap II
tJ lncreul0 the nolle, If not tho molody, of
tliu I'rnnrl , ...... i..i .1... I. a.. i
aau tuie in e,mpBriton vritU what is now
wiuiiuimi. Tbll nntl, In. ! thun In
make an electric connection by means of
the cable, botveon tho Ipailor's stand nt
the coll-eiiin and .i cannon In Hyilo Turk,
London ; and us tho chorus nnd orchestra
at tho fiinnur place "burnt fiirth in " ul
Sir-, iIim (ji!"" " i ' mi' n. i j.i-ly piv
uiatm tin) (net lis a Milutu .u tho llntlsli
capital. To cap" this climax, thero should
be nn orchritrn nnd churns in waiting
thoro to render "The Star ' Spntigled
ljuincr." nnd thus inaku n regular In
ternational amnmoel leum of it.
SUM XElTANiT Gil A ST.
3j.ecl.. t.J till) C'liljatfO Tiuici.1
Wasuis'Oto.v, -March IS -Mr. Sumner
has been badgered on all sides lo-dsy by
those wh j desiro to learn where ho Is to bu
found politically in tins presidential cam
paiun To his tfclintnrinl Irleinl ho re
peals that ho has not said that lie was go
ing to tho Cincinnati cinvelilion, nor that
ho lud been allied and had consented lo
becomu Its presiding ollicur. lie nays he
has s imo hopes that Uiaiit will not bo re
nominated by tho idllceholdvr at tliu
Philadelphia con vviiliou, iu which event ho
will support the nominees of that conven
tion. It tho liberal republican convention
of Cincinnati shojld nominate Charles
Francis Adams or Senator Trumbull hu
would probably support cither one, but in
order to give a lull undemanding of his
position, Mr. Sumner avows his unaltera
ble hostility lo (rrant, without, however,
indicating u hut he will do to defeat hit
re-election. Senator Wilson, wno is aaiu
lobe responsible for the story about Sum
ner and tho Cincinnati conven ion, has
gone to Connecticut to speak In the cam
paign there, or else he woi'ld liavo been
called on to-day, from numerous quarters,
for his version of tho conversation.
JLN UNFOUTlTNATB MI STAKE.
Divld Hobbv keotii a hotel at While
I'luins. N. V., stands six feet four in his
stockings, is younc;, muscular, and boars a
striking resemblance to Ned O Haldwin,
tho Irish giant. Y nlking down tiio
Howorv. New York, the oilier nlirht. no
met threo rowdies who madu tliu samo mis
take that so many olhera had fallen iuto,
and fainiliarlv accosted liim ns "Ned."
Thev would not accept his insertions that
he was not the pugilist, nn.l said that as
ho would not light ioe i;oiurn, lie must
tlirht them thorofuii 1 than. Ono of them
letdrive for Ilobby'o face, nnd was prompt
ly knocked down, tho Other two following
suit. A half dozen reinforcements of tliu
rowdies then anuoared nnd made warliko
demonstrations, but by thi timo Hobby
was thorouchly aroused, and "wont in.'
The pugilistic aspirants went to grass as
fast ns they came iu reach of his power
ful arm, and us fast as they could pick
themselves up thev left tho field, moro
than ever convinced that thoy had met
tho veritable Ned.
HITS THE NAIL OS THK HEAD.
Tho Clarksvillo 'Chroniclo' of tho 2d,
under tho caption of "dead heads," says :
Katlroads occasionallv complain of dead
heading, but no institution sutlers so much
from It ns tho press. A sensible writer
The press endures tho affliction of dead
head ism from the pulpit, tho bar and tho
stage; from corporations societies and in
dividuals. It is expected to yield its inter
ests ; it Is required to give strength to tho
weak, eyes to the blind, clothes to tho
naked, and broBil to tho hungry; ills
asked to covor infirmities, hide weaknesses
and wink at quacks, bolster up dull
authors and flatter tne vain : it is, in short,
to be all things to ull men, and if it looks
for pay or reward it is denounced ns mean
and sordid. Thero is no interest under
the whole heavens that Is expected to
Bive so much to society without pay or
thanki as tho press.
THE OKRMS.NA AND' O EN EH A L Ort A NT
A correspondent (Veritas) writes to n
New-York paper nnd says ;
All tho leading republican tlormans of
tho country are iigalnst tho gift talior, and
as it will bo of Interest to tho great major
ity of your readers, I tako tlie liberty of
giving their names:
1. Friedrich Hooker, thegreat pitriot of
2. Friedrich Muench, (surnamed Far
Westl patriot of 1830.
3. Judo Stallo, of Ohio, considered the
most learned German in America,
i. Fred. Itussurek, lato minister of
Equador, of Ohio.
& Carl Schurz. (we all know him).
0. Ctrl Hcinzen, pulriot of 1813-19.
7. Dr. Heinrich. Ticdemann. (brolhor- i
in-law of Heckerj.
To the abovo lit no doubt can be added
Gen. Sigol ( I know he hates Grunt person
ally), ex-Gov. Salomon o New-York, for
merly of Wisconsin ; of the latter I can
not speak positively. The Germans have
not forgotten their brotheren who were
killed in Franco in 1870 by American bul
lets shot from rifles stumped U. S.
THK KEAI. EXPENSES OK LIFE.
Among tho elements which go to make
up human exisienco, tho moral, intellec
tual and nesihctiu ure for muny people no
less real than tho physical. 'I he senti
ments may revolt us well ns tho stomach;
the taste limy shiver and starve as well nt
the body; the sjul may suffocate ns woll
as the lungs. Hut it Is juit these, as many
would call them, fanciful or luxurious re
quisites of existence which co,t tho most
in downright, hard cash. Plain beef and
broad, und butter, warm boots and trous
ers, and weather-proof shelter, though
they can't bo had for nothing, aro certainly
much moro ensily and cheaply obtained
than tho moro roflned but less material
conveniences nnd grnces which givo to
life its chief attraction.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply cuitotntr with thu hssl
PITTSBURG AND (ILLINOIS
QRnKlW lelt at Halll.lay llron. office, 70 OHIO
I.EVKK. or at the Coal Vird Mow the fat.
lliarirn ii.iiri, win receive prompt attention,
THK TUG " ilONTAl'K " willU.n co k
side ittameri at anv tinur
WOOD I WOOD II WOOD 11
Tin undersigDOd will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A , II ssot Cheaper
iirdoiilM Ili'Poitomneant atltoHy- cuhI
li.lflh Sa i'IIlSl'pV.1. . t'etween Tenth an.l
uau aid i.h .C"lr.' lllinoli. 1 dive Koo.
uT"T,r...nd 'UrU Uio wood ud If .lenre".
I OnIIHSMIS Afll rilUWAIinm,,
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
Nn. 7MOIil I.evi'C,
CAIRO, 1 I,!,INC1S,
l-.i.-cJ nitration iiiven Iu coiiigiimi.
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Slit SU., AIItO.II.L.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucccitors to E. D. Ilendrick. A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
VS5i'-l''rl A'lvnticri 111
Are irpsred lo receive, n.ire aai ortrard
freUjM. to nil ilnt ami luy fcLU
ell oo comiiiiloD.
Srilu.inrss RtleDdeu In prnmpllT
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Hucceimora lo.Slratton, itudion I Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
JOHN U. PIIILLIS & SON,
(Hucce4Qr to Jno.U. I'hillU,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
COR. TENTH-ST. anii OHIO LEVEE
CAII I I.I,.
D. Z.MATHUS. K. C. UIII.
MATHUSS & UHL,
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
a'ntty, llenalne, Cnaollnc,
Aad the celebrated illuminating
nnosa' uuiluinq, con. 11tii-st. a com
MNTKK PRISE SAVINGS !
ChnrtertHl Mnrcli 31, IN'JI).
CITY NATIOXAL HANK, CAIHO
A. B. StKKORI). I'reniilentl
H. S. TAVMJIl, Vl.ie.r.-,i.lHi,t
Vf. IIYdl.OI1, buvretary nnl Tioaiurrr.
I'. W, IWuclat, Cutii. UALIaiita,
M. ttrntartttii, 1'Al'l. O. ftuiln.
It II. CUNXMUIIAM, W. I. IlALllllAt,
J, M, i'litl.i.iri.
ISpiokIn ol any Atiiniiitl Itcrclvod Ironi
Test C'fislN )itiurU.
LNThltKT paid nn depunltit al the rata ol HI
purcenl. per uiinum , Miirili IhIhiiiI srpte.in
uit 1-1, IniiTentnot witliilrawii I- Mlded Imme
lUtely title prinelpil of Ilia ilepuill, thrf l
lvitiu th'in coin pound IntiTi'.l.
UARRtKIl WOMEN A.VD CIIII.III1KH 1IAV
SO THAT XO OkK (tat CAR fclUW IT.
Opn ve.r bunliieaa day from 0 a.m. In 3 p. in
and Hntur.l.iy rveuinit lor HAVI.M1 lJKI'OSri
oqI), Irom t to s o'clock,
aiiintl W. HY.St.OP.Ttea.urel.
"THE" CITY NATIONAL
OA 1 ItO. II.M.VOltS.
W. I. IAt.l.II)AV, I're.lden
IIKMtr I,. IIAM.IIMV, Vice 1'r tali
A. II. MAKKOltl', Caihler;
WAI.TEK UVSI-OI', A..Ulmt Ca.t.itr..
-rsttf Taiuih, Koirat II. Cuiouun
lltkl I.. llAtllllkT. U'. I'. IIaliidat.
lilQ. II Williauiux, Siiphki lliaa
A. II. HirrniD.
ExehanKP, Coin and Unlit! Ilalss
llond llona;hl and Hold.
EPOSITS received, and a enral taaklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DA.MCI. 11URD, Pre.ldDt;
KOIIERT W. llll.LKIt, Vlca-I'raalJaat
C. .N. UUOHES, CaahUr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
r.SXCIIANfiK, coin, bank note and UnUeiJ
1'J atal aectinllea bouKht ana aold.
Inlrrrvl Allowrd nn Time riepnalla.
WIN EN AND 1.IUUOIU.
wm" 'ii. sciiuffER,
Importer mid M lioleaiile, Itcnler III
TOBACCO tz. CXOrJTiS.
Agent for the beat branda of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imported A I pa or DlfTereut Uliulx.
75 Ohio Levee,
II CAIHO. ILM.SOH.
F. M. STOCKFLETII,
iccctisoK routi a iiociriita
lleellfyer mid Wlioleanlf, IleIer Iu
ll'orelifn nnd Ilornealle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
HEkeepaon hand constantly a full atork o
Old Kentvckv HourSon, live and Mononita
lirla WhiNkiea, Kreneh llrandlen, Holland U'.n,
Hhineand CnllfnrnlH Wines jn3(ii
COAL! COAL! COAL!
DUQUOIN AND MOUNT CAUHON
Comraorcial-av., Foot of Eloventh-st.
All Coal rarnfully neighed at Ihe yard on Kair
FULL WKIOHT WARRANTEll.
Coal delivered nn the, ahortent notice in any
part ol Ilia ci.y, either by lh" half ton, ton or car
LeavH order at thenfflco on Commercial.av.a
he fontnf Klevenlli lreel. norir.d .Cm.
DILLIAItD SALOON AND BAR
JOHN UATEN, Proprietor.
lu Gmtnercial Avsnua, CAIRO, ILUNOWJ
r)l brand of Callfo Ueia-arajuat rclTlt
BILL1AKD aaloon turiiialied '."! VSlSora!
lablaa) and bar supplied with wlnta, liquors
and elgara of ba finaat braudi. ,
ik ri'Li. aiAir
at nA""",'."' tmua RToni.
Farau JSirrLi, i.aili.
MOCKING 1JIRD FOOD
Alt aiABv rva cat wirnovr taucai
OKAPE ( catawua 1 t oiiArs ) PILLS
I CATAWIIA I.J ORAPK
OKAPE (.CATAWUA ) 1 1 OKA1-K ) PILLS
AMD ALL nr
I KL MB OL D'M MEDICI NUN
rnrsu FROM VIEST uamds,
Always la atock In latga aupply, and for ) k
IS air c I at y 11 r o a.
3aES23 SLIT 22 IjICIC
orNnleby shcClaaa Iloltl rCdlloai
tSExTitA Pink Coloonx;
MSTUenuink Imtoktid Extracts;
MtIIair, Tootu anu Nail Urumus
0lNDIA KUBIIKR NUKIXItT Ooo7
PUKE WHITE LEAD;
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
licit grade In arge Hock and va
riety, very cheap;
Full Link or Colors,
car aid t oil;
Taint llruihn, Linneed Oil,
Wbitewart P.-Jtlu Turpentine,
Varmahei Etc. etc.,
ALL IIMLI AUD ITAJIDSaD QCALITUS
S A M W I L S 0 N ,
i mi i I a
Orm Lkvik : Cairo, III.
FIRE AND MARINE
.VtW KNOLAND MUTUAL, LIVI,
Aseli, or ..S,WK),cii
ANCHORD FIRE AND MARINE
Of St. Louis.
(Solicit! all kindest riika.
ocl'J7tf Asteat, Cairo, IlllnoU.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTrJ,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
STEAMBOAT L U M fi E It, ;
Furnlshad oa rhorteat notice.
Commeroial-nv, bet. 10th and llit-sti.,
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