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CAIRO wr5S5KBISDEnY
jons ontni-Y -.
raorslMOt'i
Bulletin BuiU-'ng.. corner of 12h
street a.J W'a. nngtou avenue,
Cairo, Illlinoi".
inunls of Binding oa t Ruling done 1 lbs
..Vrlowest t.-efs. lUring eniMgrd the tervi
r if Mr. Harts who lm. had .inny vunrs
experience In one if best Hlnderles "f SI. lins,
to superintend r-siiwimment. " "
tidrnilr Promts-our imtrnna work cpiil to wi
of nir Hinders In the-
THE BULLETIN.
JOHN It OMJHI.Ti Kditorand Publisher.
KkidaV .Monsiso, March 29, 1872.
7 At orfifiij pnprrol Alanifltr rositti; and ol thi eilu o)
aiciU-aieake ftmnal; small, but Icnrtetil !'
tpnken on all tutiittti Mtrtit to the pMit ,
.111 - I.... . I (,,.,..,. -.V.,,.,',,,,!. the llllllt
tin noHeitt the pntronajevt inletliaenl wlin find
mtirprulna tiufarnj mci.
Ttnt or nir. Hint UltiiilM
Suttmptum,
O-e work. Ijr carrier, ... 25
Une yearly carrier, In advance 10 in)
on iiiinlli I'j Mill
Til. -pa trontli', - - J- 2S
S x months, I -'
t year w
THE DOLT.AU WF.KKLY 11ULLKTI.V.
John II. Otwrlv k Co. hare reduced the sub
scription price, of the, Weekly Cairo llulletln lu
yjne ito'tnr per ttTtn.im, ttihkiiii ii mo .-iiwn,rp.
psrpubll.hr. I in southern Illinois.
Sicki.es la to go to Spain In April and
return to America about tlio first of July,
nftrr which ho will devoto lilsjurvicei to
the work of re-electing Grant.
St'RtN'aFiKLT) Is suffering a visitation nf
Providence in the shape of (omnlc lecturers.
Mrs. DcGcer U lecturing on tempcrnnco
and Miss Susan 11, Anthony on "bet
rightt."
The Icglslnluro will probably adjourn
soon to meet ngaln In Mny, The impor
tant unfinished business will bo loft to the
icvcrul joint committees. Tho most Im
portant bills are the revenue., ominont do
main, and municipal incorporation bills.
- .
Tucnr. ts more truth than poetry In
what the 'Golden Ago' says of the various
congressional committees : "Threc-quar-'tera
of theso committees seam determ
Mned to discover nothing wrong, or at
'most, only a llttlo injudlclouincss. They
' ahould bo called ofllciul paint and paper
'commissions for thev niako tbo dirtiest
' builncss look wonderfully clean, mul the
' blackest characters aeem exijulsltely
' handsome."
Sesatoi; Si'm.veh declined to testify
beforo the aalo nf arms investigating com-
inlllaa nr. Ilin irrnillul that the COinmUtOB
was not properly organir-od, and was, on
Tuesday afternoon, formally served with a
summons to appear on Wednesday and
give his evidence Jlko any other witness
This hoa'so declared ho would not do, and
the oommitteo discussed the question of
arresting and imprisoning him. In the
way of a sensation, this would be about
as lively as anything tho peoplo of this
country have had for some timo.
The question of it protectorate for
Mexico Is being agitated by somo eastern
journals. The president, it Is said, favors
the scheme, but is not nrer-iinxious to
declare his vlowa, fearful of "aucli another
nest of hornets as stung his San Domingo
project to death." Ho ia more fearful,
perhaps of thu effect such n declaration
might have on tho politicul complexion nf
alTairs, In this tho presidential year, and in
his apparently dogged determination Jo
keep his sent for another four years, there
l not much probability that he will oven
try lh temper of thu people on a question
of Tait importaiico to the whole country.
Tur. New York Evening 'Post,' n mod
orate republican papor which shows in
every paper that thu "spirit i willing but
the flesh is weak,'' complains of thu idleness
of the United State. Henuto. Says tho
'Post.' "The mot conspicuous leaders in
'this ring of do-nothings, aro Nye, Conkllng
'Carpenter. Morton, Cameron, Ilowo and
'Frclinghuysen. Theso men aro all pro
'fessed republicans; but they suem to bo
'engaged in n conspiracy against the best
'principles of tho republican party. They
havu maintained their position only by
'constant assertions ot devotion to the
'president, wli,U tbey have uniformly
uisrcgarued ms advice and rejected hia
'measures." And yet Grunt porsists in
adhering to them as his pursonul friends
and political ad risers, an cxplauuiion of
which fact would atford tome satisfaction
to the public at largo. Has
Grant lost the obstinacy sup.
posed to be a trait In his clmructor which
would cortninly dictate tho breaking of
his friendship with senators who "uni
formly disregard Ills advice arid reject his
measures," or docs ho make every natural
Impulse, good or bad, bend to his deslro
for a re-eleciion, and to what he conceives
is tho best cour.o to tecure It ? Not only
do tho tenatura mentioned by the 'Post,'
"uniformly reject the advice of thu presi
dent," but, "all profeised republicans, tliay
aeem to bo engaged in u conspiracy against
the best principles of tho republican
party.'' If this bo true, Grant, who .ticks
to ihese men firmly, cure us llttlo for
P"y us hu doe for countrv. and much I
tor either than he does for his rhances
of re-Uctlon.
W" li'latmi la l..V ....
quosllon.buw. puWIcullon of;
r MM..!. ' ;.v:iuri1 ""-t tii
tiilni;ltin tho "portlnB" hUvcr I
'"''"m choice i
in which ihoUibW- ..TJf ' Ai' will I. obicrved from lb. com
by bindine; it Jt)1( ' i rnunitfntlon ubovo montloniid, it is probable
rending, to bo tout in a acalod onrolopo to I
nny address on receipt of 85 ccnti. Such,
Hi least, 1 tliocourio adopted by n spscu
Intlvo Konliu of tlmt Ilk whoso natural bent
for swindling has been dovolopcd by Uos
ton training.
Bn. Reverend Mother Mary Roso Oan-
thrcmix, superior vicar of tlio Western
Provinco of the order oi inocncrcu mu.
died at her resblunco In tho convent til
Clitcnuo Tuesday iiiornlns, ugca wny
unicat" : , ,u,i.. .,, voiira
seven years, having been Uitrlj -two cars
known throu-hout thu country by her
. . , ,,, .:.,,.. liml wa wide-
auoclatlon will, the aoo.et . and iue
ly ostecn.cd for her executivo tuletiu anu
iienllcnesa of chararter.
i
tV.At a wedding in Wlllinm'on coun-
tv Tennessee, Feb. 16th, the bride win
t . . . " . . t . . .1 I
married in the same ..,
wore on tho occasion of h nnrr nl.0 m
tho 8lh ofFebrunry, lH08-a period ofsix -
tv-ono venra and ono week, ton day. The
venernhlo mother, now past her four icoro
year., w, present, and wltne.se.l the cer-
cmony.
. : , f
W5uA Connecticut paper speaks of a
dejected Individual who nsked the editor
what tho charge wua for Inserting a notice
f tl,n .Inntli of l,u wlf... On helm; told
tlmt it would bo done lor Homing, no
... . - ... .
brightoned up eonsiderahly, and oberved
that '-death had been robbed ot halt its
terrors.
t&F Mr. tlaticroft who has been con
nected with thu press of Arkansas will
oatablish a paper at Llttlo Hook, devoted
to tho policy of the liberal republicans
He is now In 3Iomnh s. nrennr iil for tho
cauvnss In Arkansas.
ttfri Alnat rvnti anriltniia urn iliitii.orniu.
A i7in In Vnwlmrv V (' nil ),u h itiil
, m"u, wburJ. -i cut his h.ind
In nneiiini- n linx nf tlican nliui'llioiis deli-
I ry " 3
cades thu other dav, und tho result was
that his hand and arm began to swell, and
l. n..i!.. .u.i
lie Ui!l
,
t-It Is announced In London, that
., . , , .. ,.
i .ugar-sanding and mllk-watoriim clr-
Ihe
cles of Kngland" aro much ngltMtcd by a
law recently Introduced which provides
for tlio appointment of nubile nnalvsera
in both town and country.
t&" The citizens of IJrooklyn aro mak'
ing an ollbrt to open rooms In that city for
chess playing, to which nil lovers of thut
intellectual game may have access by pay
ing a small animal fee.
ESarTho Washington 'Patriot' says
"Senator Morton has n prescient soul."
This Is a lingular declaration in thu laco
of the popular belief that Morton has no
soul nt all. 'Courier-Journal.
SQf The successor, by appointment, of
Judge P. A. K. Nelson on tho Tennessee
supremo bench la Judgo itohert McFar
land, who Is now n caudldato before tho
people for tho vacancy.
CSJ-A Wilmington, N. C, dispatch
says the outlaw, Henry Jlcrry J.owcry
and Boss Strong are dead.
A woman 72 years of age is the best
dancer In Cincinnati,
The government troops have cleared
tho stuto of Tohasco, Mexico, of revolu
tionists,
At tho recent whip-makers' ball in
West fluid, Mass., one woman curried
$18,000 worth of diamonds.
A Clovelund vender of skunk skins was
ordered into tho smoking-car by tho con-
ductor, and soon hud tho car all to him
self.
Tho funeral of tho Into General Keb-
ert Ander.-on will take place on Wednes
day, Apt 11 3d, unless his relatives in
Ohio express u wish for a dill'erunt date.
A happy pnlr mado choice of tlio 'JOtli
day of February as their marrlags day,
and wertf reminded by tho olliciatlug cler
gyman Hint tho silver wedding would bo
culubrated in Jml 1J)0 years.
-In Slay, 6of, Junius SIcDonell was
kilted iu a brawl in IViosuvolt atreet, New
York, by one .Michael Hayes, who Immedi
ately fled to California mid was not seen un
til last week, when liu was met by u brother
of thu deceased, who went before the grand
jury nnd hud Hayes indicted.
The Indianapolis fair ussoci.illon hat
voted to hold "An Agricultural Horau
Trot" next Juno. Tho Itev. W. W. Hlb-
ben has bcon elected seerotary of the asso
ciation, thus, suya u commentator, "present
ing tho unusual api-ctaclo of a .Methodist
minister Identified with horso-mciiig. '
Count .Mural, who bus just been ex
pelled from Prance, is a descendant of
Napoleon's famous .Marshal, and was sev
eral years engaged iu diplomatic duties.
Hu was fifteen years In tho Corps f.egisla
tlf, anil was present at the coronation of
Alexander II, of Itussia, which ho dea
cribed in print.
A pot dog belonging to (Jen. Slgcl
was seized with hydrophobia on Mondav
night, whilo in tho arms of one of In",
children. Tho child and the other Inmates
of the room fortunately escaped without
being bitten, and tho dog was confined to
the room until tho Oouoral reached homo
and shot it. N. Y. '-Mull. '
Philadelphia complains of foul water.
An fiiiHiy.is of the beverugo allured bv tho
city to the thinly shows it deposit of six
per cent,- solid nnd offensive matter.
Naturally, sotno of tho careful, prudent
Quakers prefer .Monongiihola straight to
tho weak infusion of factory slops and
rcfuio which is furnished from tho Schuyl
kill. THE KEVENUE LAW.
bl'f.CIAI, MT.SI-AOK OK GOV. I'.W.HKU.
The following iiussage, reiutive to tho
urgent necessity for u revenue bill, was
sent to the atato senate on Tuesday last, It
wa d"tei1 "l 1,10 "wutlvo mansion, 25th
Inst, :
I liavo the honor to submit to tho gen
rral aemblv a commuiilciilion of this
dufe addressed In mo by tho auditor or
publio iu'e.ur,tg In rulution to the tutu of
tuo law for lhu assessment and collection
I . r .
lm,t 3IW.000.000 nf property estimated on
proportional usteaiod valuation, evudcj
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
taxation under pretont laws, no that, If ni
the auditor tunposeavthe property of the,
atalo Is listened at one-fourth of ita actual
value, $000,000,000 of the proportv puts
notaxci.
Tliii ItalO Of tllltlL'S. oven If Htmroxi.
tnalcly true, makes ltoftho greatest t tit
Portuhce that tho nruscnt i-etiunil iisstimlilv
aliould dovlto iomo measure tint provides
for tho liupoiitlon of tlio public burdens
upon nil property In tint stale, In propor
tion 10 us value, anu it alio appears iron)
.1... . I .. I ......... 1 ..I'.l... ..I it.
the statement ol tlio views of wo auditor
ti a ' manor 01 .oiiretno uouut
whether tho cliangoi Inlmducrd itilo lhu
county ir.ivermnont bv thu con-
etltutlon of ltiTO does not. in aoiuu lin-
portant reipect render tho present re-
veiillu lawa inopemtlvo. Tlicro la, no
hcnd llml' lhu
imrniydio,, 0f t10 ayatein of coiituy com-
inUtionera in counltua that aro not under
-l.i.. .. !-...!... t.l... .-!...!
luwnsiiip uriiui&iiuuii, iiiiu iiiu rusirieiiuns
t(U emnilons of propetty from
taxation contained In thu ad section of thu
111 I. ..ctlntu ..f flm fiittiatlf ilttiill. litwl ftrn.
.Hn Unit rtlole hiVu" Jiilnca.ed
L,,a dernllBed the machinery provided by
1 ,xltlni, ruVumi w n to render their
practical enforcement n matter of great
ui.rerti.iiity. 1 trust In view of th pro-
"Aiy, iUil w.U Vt b con-
aidered Improper lor mu to ask iittuutlon to
tlio uruciit necessity lor soiiil' general law
, .,f .lirnor,.ii1)tl 0f ritiea and towns.
The great value of lhu coiinitution of
1870, in my Judgement, u tuunu in wu
"el ltroniuin iocui aim ipeumi ieK-
mimon " iiieuiiioruiiou nu, vuii?, in
,... np , :n ,ir I1.ndlni. th
um,rlor'0f miy town, city, or village," yet
tha lad that many bins imvu oeen pro-
I 1 I.. 1....I. 1 ...a 111.. .tlll....i ....l
poaou in uom iiuusun i"i imik iui, --, iiuu
Hint I lie iret erai as-enioiv aim mu iiuver-
nor havu been constrained, one to pass and
ilin other to ininrove. aomu measures that
are special and local iu their object and
nlrlt. and onl v general iu their torm, dem
onstrates that a comprehensive general
law based upon liberal principle", cmbrac
11,0 'Hc" 01 J eiou cmssiueauoii oi
cities ami lowna wiw powcra no
to each clais, lcnvinir much to tho People,
is n want not less pressing than n clear,
mA . rovcnU(J Uw Vuku gu(I
i :. ill.. l.L.l l
sueil IUW in bjicuuiij iiuiui:u, iiu ui,illlb-
ment of tho government will bunblo much
longer to resist tho demand for laws of
I uuuuiiiu euiisnninuiiiiHfc.j , aim iiL-n uuuer
department is forced to yield, it is nearly
department is forced to yield, it is nearly
Impossible to return to the rigid but wio
rules provided in tho constitution; and 1
. t , bn pitr(lom,d foP ur,n' llttn.
ton t0 tho enactment of laws provldini:
for ascertaining compensation lo owner of
proporty ibkcii lor puoiic uses, n is
iloubtlul whether any law for the purpose
is now in force, or whether any supposed
law for that purpose now on tho statuto
books sufficiently confirms to tho present
constitution.
The assertion of tho rights of the people
to their own property us Hgiiintt tho stuto
Itself, to say nothing oftlialr rights as
against corporations und persons who aro
sometimes intrusted by law with this attri
bute of sovereignty which can ulono tuko
prlvato property, devolves upon the gen
eral assembly. Corporations created for
the construction of railroads, and for other
popular improvements or work", will up
propriato tho property thoy need no ono
need fear that they will bo long delayed
by any ell'ort nf a citizen to protect him
self; so thut tho real micstion lo bo hut
tied ia, whether any oflectual remedy ox
late, under tho laws now in force, for thu
ascertainment nf damages anyone will sus
tain by tho appropriation of his or her
proporty.
Actions at law or In equity for tlio pur
poses aro expensivoand uncertain, so that
a chci'.p nnd simple In iv is of too highest
importance. Joii.v SI. Palmkii.
THE POPE.
11 K I'KO.NOU.NCKS A hlOVIKICANT JJIB-
CO U USE.
A Utter from Floret ce. Italy, fiivs
Pius Ninth recently received u depura
tion ot the Koman urbtocruuy, and pro
nounced a discourse which is uuivei.iilly
regarded us possessing unuaiiul sigiiitl.
ciiiico. Unu point ot specitl imporiiiiicu
is that portion rehitivu to lhu French
Assembly, since thu tlubatu uiun tho
Catholic petition, which within a owunya
will take place iu thai bedv. uild -la ex
pected (Infinitely lo determine tho status
of tho French embassy lo tho court of Vic
tor Kmiiuuel, After dwulling at length
upon tho threj temptations with which
Satan assailed the Savior, lhu Popu said,
ihusu things repent themselves in our any.
Tho demon bus presented himsulf belofo
tint revolution, und has mud to it, if thou
wilt prostrate lliysult at my feet I will mve
thee theso kingdoms, thcio empire.", theo
provinces, it is not alone to Italy thai
liu has uppeatud, butiiltsoio oilier countries
and to oilier places that lire woll known
that tho demon lias come. The suerilig
ions compact lias been acceplvil, ami ne
copied but too well. Thu compact win
that aliens should become masters of this
Peninsula, upon condition that thov
should persccuto thu church, diitlguru and
persecute her mliilklers, scatter blasphemy
everywhere; upon condil'.tioti that thoy
should disseminate immorality wi.li u
full hand in all places. Tlmy havu
adorned Satan, and have received tho
Kingdom, but u kingdom which shall not
last, which shall bo learlul even to them
selves. Thov have adored, but this
adoration will bo prolific of thu mo-t ter
rible consequences. Oh, if I had the mis
sion ol leo lhu ti real, ol that uranU run
tifT wl o presented himself to Attila, 1
would have irono beforo thu revolution
and tho revolutionists and would have
said, "Pauso before setting loot within tho
walls ot this holy oitv ; observe a mo
jucnt with niptho lasting consequences of
whs sacriiigioug occupation, then mount to
we campiuogiio ami onlcr tho other places
of tlio city." God sintering It, von will
enter; but wilt you thereforo Imvo gained
ar.ytliini:? You will maintain your.elves
bore, but not long. You will ho able to
destroy, but not to erect. You will outer
to dill'usu within these- holy walls every
species of iniquity ; you nill enter to pre
paro tho way for tlio most awful scourge,
scout ge that shall strike uWo you, your
solve, and you will bo tho victims of your
own ambition. You will consummate
your final ruin, and will lir.illar,. vnitr
own tomb."
TASIIION IN I1AIII IiltESSINa.
A full dress stylo for tho hair has just
been introduced, called tho 11 now coil."
It is a very becoming form of coilliiro, and
wilt undoubtedly bi .rOllin iirtniilnf It
consists of ono largo heavy braid, loosoly
worked, coiled around a eonter mn.ln nf
the weitror's own hair, and rulioved oiihur
with curls or a comb. Whuro it is pro
ferred to wrar or.o's own hair fur a cuiitur,
lu-n 1,. !l 1. .. '
...nKl nun L-iins ttto tiseu ai uio slues,
and two others depending from tho crown
or Uio head buck. In case tho lady is do
slroiis of uoiriK to tho extremo limitit of
..... . , (l.,Ui,y 1,01,1,,,! (0
n a lino oyer to tho top or tlio head
L I 3
Inches bad; frnn. tho for I.., 1 ,i
rri-,,.,,1 ii'i,,.l'. .' , lorehead, and thou
frUzed. Thosuwhoobtiio';;;;.
can attain nearly tin, ,, rejllU bv u
moo i MistAiB ni iiriinciui mur
After nil, tho liitly who Is posioucil f
ono tobbo used as a Poiupado r b a ,1 u i
t 1 1 PAH HAnil C I'll lllis.s t. .1 Is 1
lllld no dltllcillty In coiiformini; tu nnv
modo thatcun ho invented, provided slm
lines iiol iun iiiniii ii in iirnnnwinfi.li.,,, -
Switches, are tho basis of everything In
ladies' lmir.dreclii,', nnd tho heavier and
longer they arc, tlio inoro oleguut do the
styles appear,
Our Homo Advertisers.
MISCEI.I.AXKOUN.
WOOD1 WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
Tho umleMumM will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An C It cup, If not Chenper
hfttt AtlT Unnd (IpaIpp In Pftlrn. t.v nnUri
n I hp Plntr nt Ihi Ion flirt, an at II
J"J,oM CuiirtierclAl orernir, retwi-rn Tfnlli nnil
twelfth Mrreli.. Cairo, lllniol.. I nlo good
moAiuri) mi'l will curd the wood tin If ctcmrct.
iimliMI IIK.NNI8 IIAI.KY.
ST. OHAKLKS HOTKL,
D. UKXFOr.D l'roprieto
. Olir.K OHIO I tVII AND tlONl) ST.,
Uaiho, i.i.iNom.
1nc Only Firtt-Clats Home in the City
atr lliicunm' con Yd oil to nd from tlio Ili-i.o
nf Iri'i'i nriri". die'Jif
A. MtUtiUK
CiiMcr, U,slii.stcrcr, Vnrnislior mul
I'iiney I'apcr Hanger, -Mnttres
-Making and llupairiiig.
Uliop u t'oinniercliil iiveinio In tbo
I'eriy lliiime.
All orl enlriisleil to In r.ire will lecelvn
tiritmntiiltf nlion
OnliTr urn Hullciled
ittin,
WILLIAM K11LHHS,
riMlilnnable
HOOT AND S1IOE MAKK11,
TWKSTlKTIt BTIIKKT,
llettt em Wnahlnnton nvenue and Poplar Mreet
OA 1 110, II.l..
I'll I I SA UP,
(Sueeenr to P. Saiip.)
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL
DEtlLR IN
CONNECTIONS.
FIKKWOKKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
IO'J Commercial Avnitir, between
Sixth ami Nt-Vfiilli Streets,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
HOT NTOKKS.
S A 31 W ILSON,
Dr.ii.tn i N
EOAT STOEE
ES
O R 0 C K 111 K H ,
PROVISIONS ET C.
No. 1IO
Oun Lkvkb : : Cairo, III.
oanrai promptlt rritirn
uah rrri:us.
11. T. OKltoULU;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
" 1111 1.1
IH I IXTl HIJS,
iia Fitter's nnd Plninber'n mnterial, Woo
iunii, ttlnbe anil nmj.n ralr-n, nop
toekn.chiek vafven, rtv.
AUn AGENT rOR
tlf tn llrotlirrK I'litrnl Dry iinn .It t ier
iml MnrehUne, Wells i Co's Antornntlc Wnte,
IndleaKir and supply Valve fornlcnm boilera.
WINTKIl'H llt.OCK. COMMKhl'IAI.-AVKIU
Hail road Advertisements'.
I- C. it. It.
IJU1CKKST ROUTE FltOSl SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL It. R.
St. Louis, Louihvim.k, Cincinnati, Cm
caoo, New York, Uomton,
AND ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
Pr.Ker trains urrltent and lenve Cairo aa fo.
Ioh.i
Mu-i uriiua.
A",1V'' :itirH,m into u.tn
iomur lino a, in aiiaii.m,
ilulh trains conncet at Centralis with train on Ihe
roa
I'Hun, Decatur, Ulotiminxtcn. HI Pao, I.nfcallt
stendota, l reeiort,(ialen, Dubinin, nnd
ull ooinis in Illinois, Mm.oiiri.
Jlioni-ota, .Viciinshi und
loa. And with.
Lines rilnulna Knot and West lor
I. I.ouis, Hiriiitii-lil Louisville,
Uiieiunali, Indiaiia.uhs, Columbus.
And at ClnenKo with Jliehiijiiii Central, Mlehiga
rioiitliern, and fittbur. Kurt Wayim
Detroit,
wiii.iih" ...uiiunii- ior
Cleielund,
Hiiston,
Krie,
PlltsbiirK,
Wnshinuton.
Dunkirk,
l'hiladeinlila,
Ihittalo,
llaltllimre,
-tioany,
.NKrn Falls,
.New York,
AND
ALL POINTS
EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and nfler Mondsy, April 21th, 1871, trims
lut n! uijuno i
NORTHERN DIVISION,
TnaiM uoinij sortuA(T.
Mail.
K.tpresj
Vl.lUi p.m.
J.tKi "
, t:W) '
. :IT "
Mall.
...3::u.m
...liiil "
i;.tj "
I.eate Virginia i:INa.m
" HpruiKtield 0:'.'O "
" Tiiylorvllle lo.sj
Arrive nt Puna Iliii; ni.
laAIMUOIMJ NOHTIIW LST,
, Ex press
Leave Var.i t.uua.m
" Tnjlorville pt
Arrivu irjpriiii;lield...Cil5 " ,'
Leave, rtpsiiiKtield ii: ,
Ar.lvesi Irjjinia n:M " ""
riUUTIIKUN DIVISION.'
TMAI.SS C.OINO SSfTIIIASr.
Leave fvljjcMoud o:Wu,m ,
..(l;10
..6:15
.11:11 a.m
, .iii', e:;i 11:40 '
Arrive a bhawneetowiill.Mp m Oils p.m
u.,,,u jiiiaiim l,i
Leave SlmwneeUiwn A:S a. Ml .
" l'lori 'j.M ii M ""
Arrive at IMuewood t:5U
,8:20p.tr
,7;inj
m.1 . r .... .
,d:'-0
. iiuo:.' n.in. train from Ei eewnn.l. ri,u i.
Mondays, W.lnu.,la,and Fn3).,ari. ft Pi. ,'
train from fahawnei-town on Tuesdais. Th.ir .
m-ya aim satiiruays.
ol ChieiiKO and Alton R.llrosd. for Jacksonville.
I'elersburK. Mason City, n nd all iinluts west.
i.niiiiecis ai Asnunu wun Jaeksonv .liria.n.,
At
Till
. i'iii kii in. nun v.; eao anu Alton, ani
edii, Habaili nml Western Railroad, In
Sl"2n,.'i',:jj.i!',,c,'!,,'",,,1''lta rth.rlh
I'ltl,ll' Ind. ami 8i. l.oul, nnd Illinois
.outYiL'. ,rmi ,ur " Vmni' "u."Hb -nu
uiri.' H".Erj.w"h CI"C"K0 Ulvi"on lll,nol
-... ii.ra, wuii wiuo mil Mlsstaslppi Railroa
".'.'"aeelosn, with sleambnais lor Clnei
oatl, I'adiieah.CalrnaiidHt. I.ouis.
Jons Oltl.AND HM ITII, Oen'lHup'l
MARCH 29, 1872
Our Homo Advertisers.
If It U 4 O l H.
'71. FALL WINTER.
'72
C. 11 AN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
nUOWN SHEETINGS,
Pit I NTS,
TICKlirGS.
O II KCKS,
AMI
H T K 1 P K S,
KKSTUCKY JKAN'i, KXTIU,
CASSISIE11S,
.A. 23 IjS.
I1I.AU IC ALPACAS
AND
LUSTE11S,
GitOS'Ji.AIN SILKS,
IMII'MXH.
LARGE STOCK OK CAKl-STINli
OIL OLOTUS,
MATTINO,
Window NliiulcN,
(III.T HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
UAMAHKM.
II I ii KnllrrNloek Now IonIhi; Onl
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORXKK8TI! ST., ANli COMMEnCIAt.-AV.,
Cairo, Illinois.
Mitttr
llUTOIIrJtN.
Ta ii e "w AiiTK i ii;
BUTCH B
.miiit-.tiiti'f
- -
v. -v . . r . .,,
1? Ivliibil Hi A. 1,
., ., ...
I'tntlTll SriaillT IvtU'VVW Wiullivinnu
... ...... ., ....... ...., . . ..r........ .v.,
anu Commercial avenue,
Ailloliilnt; ItlMenlioiiMC A. Ilituny S.
Keep Ihe l.e.t of lleef, Pork, Mutton, Wn.
LhitiIi, Haiifin. etc., Hil l are iirenarcU to wtw
iitieni lu the mot accrriiahlu o gntier.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
alutrlier nrd Ilrnlrr In nil lilniU I'rewli
nciti,
Coimi .S'lvr.ntNTH lit Pomai STirri.
OAttl), ILLINOIS.
DUV3 and slaiig'iters only the very but aide,
r lioa. uh.! atietp, and la prepared to fill any
demai d for frenh meai from one pound to tarn
thnriawnd liolmila. .le-'jlnl
i-'A.mii.y 4Jlto:i:itt);.v
LOUIS J 0 It G E N S E N ,
DeAler Is all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
G-BOCBBIES.
r'nrint'r' Vnrtl null nlnbliii
WITHOUT CIIAROK.
C"r, Wasliiiiton-avnnd Tweutieth-bt
CAIRO tl.Lf.
J7.III
4'OAI..
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prepared to supply cuMumiu
liiihty o,
villi the be. I
PITTSBURG AND .ILLINOIS
COAL.
SUDKIW left at I
I.KVKK, or at
irles lintel, will
Hiilliduy Hro. oftiee, 70 OHIO
i ne i.inii iru iieiow tlie St.
reeelvn rirnmril ali.nilnn
TIlKTL'fi " JIOXTAltK" ltlllli.ini. H.
aide steamers at any hour. o2if
NAI.OOMN.
A. SUSANKA,"
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA 'SALOON
And Dealer In I'oreljin and Doineslle
WINES, LIQUORS AND OIGAliS
!I7 Ohio Leveo,
Ilelweei. Nlnlh andTenlh Btr.ta,
Caiiio, II.l..
de,i7t
EL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND IUU
ROOM. JOHN UATKN, I'roprlrlur.
IC Cmmercial Avenue, c.WKO, ILLINOfri,
"eat brand of Califo'. inCiisars ust recelTe.l.
H,'aMLA-,r.n"l.'", """""ft 'itn llm Isat ot
St. Louis Advertisements.
Met'OltMIC'K .V I.VON, AKenlH.
MANN & LIBBY'S
Sew Otw l'rlrp
HOUSE,
421 North Fourth Street,
St. Louis.
Wo woulil cull I lie attention of llm l..IIe to our
i1ock of
BLACK SILKS
AT .M.I. I'MCK, I'llO.M I.OW-IMIICEII Ml I.K
lP TO
THE REST QUALITY
of the ci-lebrated malic of
C. .1. I50NNETT & (JO.
Tlirar tfiinda nr. a.l urll hnnvvn na I.Hni. llm
I, .....". . .... . .. ........
i i.,.i n k. initnr lui. I 1111 iim i.i.i i nn i ,im....
i ,-... ... iiu.ii, in,, m nr. i'i.ii m 114,,' , .'ill .in
I -.In. Ai'iiiti-inl tiiakuiir our r-.llk Alllulini,
I iiv pnri.1111 , it.fi tin ,, i, ii.iii. Ik, I I., .in.
1 ih.i ,,, n in nil llinu, 'l,l - .'A VI I '!.' V 111 VUU
f I.. 1
UIIVIHIK n
First-Class Silk Trade
In the 1:.ik, we knjw we cnn t,ll-r Induct menta
lo puichasers. c .-hall oiler
MO ML l THAT WK
CANNOT RECOMMEND.
Nsmiilei Sent lo ! riles out til tlio City
upon .t piilleiitloii.
Itisnnt economy foru Udv to buy an inf.tmr
quality ol bilk, q,, n ai any orl , we shall tin h
lure oil, r only
THE I! EST SILKS
ASK SLIL AT
R K AS ON A R L K P R I C X S.
With caru in purcli isiii" nun selection of
block mid
Selling for Cash Only.
Wo can avu one profit for our customers.
Wo iiropoo to do this for thu biiiellt t'
THE LADIES.
Colored Silks
Is
EVBITI1TG SH, DBS
ili
Mripeil American .Silk,
ilLACK A.MKUICA.V tiKO.S CKAI.V,
R' JK CAMIMKKR SlI.K.e,
.M.vxcHKSTKii Silks,
At nil I'ricc.s nml in all Co'lor.-'.
Jiiimnese flollis, Nllk i'iiiiIIiih, In Ittiin
lllnM nlors'
DLACK AND WHITE CHECK SILKS
And full stock of
GREY STRIPED SILKS,
Which wo ns-iirn the Ladies Is nut c.eeedeil m
tills country, us tiiHssnr'iiirnl uf dcairnblo sivles,
qiirtlily oI'koiiiIs iiipI pnees.
We lestiecllnlly uiviie llm Lndies lo eall and
eMiuiinu oiu (ioiiiisnud Prn e All will l,n ir.at.
ed with rouru-sy ilonds will tie slinwn Ireeli I
tliemwill bo mi liilsiejiiisenilliK, ONLY O.N'IJ
PHICKwill bo asked, and that will bn as low u.
that nfiiny nlhci- li'iu -t- In the uuiiiiiry, us wn prn
ter hiripisntea and small prulllu, rather limn small
sales nud luiso piofils,
AT THK
IsT 33W STORE
MANN k Liuny,
421 North Fourth Street,
ST. I.OUIH.
3.29-iv
St. Louis Advertisements.
.McCOIOIICU A I.YtS.V ,Ki"iH.
DOTY'S Y
REVOLVINO ROAD SCRAl'ER.'
MKK- ONI'. DOM.AIl 1'l.lt DAV CI K.MI
tirollt oi i-urn 'Miu-r (over niiyniiluT n-rap r
!i w in HM'j in Hi" 1-onlti.eliiri. U'liiK Hum- rno
thou. mul now In u provn It. men s.
Ad-lr .
IKII V. WATSON k Cw ,
3-27.ilm 10 n. Mu n -I.. il. I'U, Mo
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If, take oar n Iriconn I ur Inss your ticket
titer l . nlil H Hal le Hid " lr Mtof t !'
tliic ItMlM.i'ti HhiehK i. altivei) Hioo ly linn
tiiiiniiiK hneilftily expri'lriiii-froiiirti. i.hiiis
to K in. Cny nil 1 the rlf mul Is .'-ilively
llm in l line Mlili-h run- I'nlliinn nl ic,l'"'
mul tint- ilay I'll Hit, (esp erilly hit inmet.)
i. i.i.il uill. Stiller, ihhiiv la fnrill. HOil IllM
patent Heam brakr, I'roin Ml. Lain- to Kan-aa
liit , M. toll. Iiivr ticf, l.t-nvriiwiirth, eln
hon, Hi, Jcm'pli, .N'ebr i.Vii Uiiy, inhiiuII Mull,
uni' (Jiiml-n iiIhiip chili ui'l I "i lap" nullum in
r.K-iril to lime tauir", ihio.. e m nn .oiiu in
MI-olitl,.NihrMk,i. Kan.aa, Col.i inlo, Tex,mitl
UkI T. ttnii. call titi.in or ml.iii.. II. Thniii ami,
nurnt, Mi"" nl I'nellie II. It. tin iiiiil.na. Uh o; or,
K. A. l'.iM, lii'iiernl I'ai-fum-r Aviii, hi Lduii,
5''n troubl" to nnvter fiiftnm, 3.6-wly.
AGENTS WANTED
I'nr.n entirely nnw nml fai'ltntlna work ol unn
inl inlrrot,
THE HOME OF GODS PEOPLE
The Krnnili'tt nnd must ti.pnlar Imok ctli, now
kmiitii. i .tir lb-Hi mil olhrr tUrni tokneoin
hiliMl rnily -OO Mlprib KiinravniK One
a,u.tit tmik 111 urdeit In If out". Ihe lt
bun- to umkn money irr otleuM, A li' ''
.tern wjnli-d in eiei) !" nrhlp. vii'' lnr nc r
iin-ulir- Uh t iin (iinmriui .-I), ile-enp
,..tn-ln ce. P. A. llfTt'll .SfsON A CO.
Wl .Nui til i till -tifft.HI. Loilia, Jlo
uo-aI-k inili'-het ol llm .Nnv Ittlsra Trn
I'm uior I'iM i lli.ir, winch miulr nir
all ot lit r rililnui.. ('.'I liMKHiIli-i at riiKrut ny I
,..l.IUin
.JOHN II. CANNON Vco',
Kiietesors to I!
fi. Trn i.K a (
Dcal it in
Wl Clel-.le
MI LL I NE Y fJOODS,
fitri S. l otii lli Mrrcl.
Cor. St. Chnrluv
ST LOUIS.
"i"-elal ntteiiHoniteti nrdr, losnd ati.fAi1.
Hon uiimitileiii ' M.il.m
THE DAVIS LOCK STICil
MKT Ii l I rtii
SinVlKC 5HCI1IXK
THE LA KG EST.
Tl . SIMI'LKST,
THE CHEAPEST.
THE IiEST
THU OP.KATK.ST IMPh'.VKMENTOF Till. AOE
Terms Moat Liberal.
ARerils waiilen fnr urn I'l'iinieil teirl-urt S-enU
for circular and pr - e b.t
llriint Ii (illli-e, IH'J .Vortli I otirlli Street
Hi'. I.OI'IS, MO.
I'. NP.WToN M-nnner
HROADWAV I'Ol'NDR.
COLLINS & II0LLIDAY
U13 t'AHIt ST., ST. I.OI'IS.
MlMT.lCtlKIH. Or M.1I-JMU1 ASD -.'HHMr
STEA.M EN(5INES AND BOILERS
MfL.U ANDCIIICtM.Ml SAW MILLS
S'aw nnd Orist Mill Mnelilneiy, tlolunf; Mdl nnd
lllk't Klirnai'e Casliiii's, Wrnuuhi bliiifmii! and
llou.n Work, Parker's und Joiiii.tmi s
Water Wnerls, Tolmeeo nnd I.'ird
Press erews, Lard Kettles, Iron
mid Hras r.i.nngs il imr) do r iiMhi ,
itl-o, (tiinii Mi-la nnd riineltinu Kiira'lts ol inns
iilinroied iei:rliitioii.
flatn piireh.i.ed nil the Wheel and Pullej
terns ot tint, MrCiltieA Co. A Zl
Pal
T II O M A S
0 O M P A N V
UTa. 20S 3. FOTTETH ST.
ST. LOUIS.
manufactuki:r3 of
OIL OP SO -A. IF
AND
I3yEFEKI-A-L SOAP.
till. OF 0.Isihoclienpeal,liest and nuleke.t
cleiiiei lii tn inurket fur ee:iniji Pauil, Ola-s,
Mnrl'te. Mone, Kuriiitiire, nnd reinov u jieu.o
frniil tluors, carpels and clothes. A trial .will
leiiiiiiisl nlu Unit it will lint reipiuo ono lisljiiiiu
I ,bni in do Hie work thai nnilniri kii.in T. ii
Tlio trudHMippheil hj birr.;!, h ill' barrel, IU tia'.
"ii 1.1 i i i , rill--, inn iiaii-iniu i achates,
I IIPr.ltlAI.S'iAl' l a olt soap f-ireueral fain.
I use, ennl.i.ni'iH nolhln lnnrious I-i cl i him:
nml w II do the wink weir, if nut Ii iterlliiu Ihii
ui;ii.,riieii so.iii ihiw in inirKci. Ihe unly
clai ii over oilier .nan i Ihe die p-ics Tndo
tuiiphed in h icketa, 6U.lb boxes u I barrel.
li-.Muidiw.
" Vv.

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