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Bulletin Building, corner of 120.
Btrcctand Washington avenue,
Cairo, liuiuos,
All Wind of Jlindinunnd Ru'lnn done t tbe
lowest t-'he. lUTinR MKoRrd the servf
Jlr. 1IuH. who l!u had .nany yaare
S.I-erience In on, if best nlndcrles of St. l."Uis,
"suTirlntcnd t..ls establishment, w can con
B le.illy prnmls-our (Imik worn eqml to thai
of a Hinder I" "-'t
0I1AULES M. HOWK & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS.
No. 64 Ohio Lovcc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
nnrtJdt'
THE BULLETIN.
JOUNU onEUI.T, Editor and rublisner.
Saturday Morning, March 30, 1872.
7 At official paper of Altrnnlcr county cn,l c the city o
Uumt theonlymorwnedtulyinSouthcrn mod;
cuide-airake journal: miall, but tearless; out
inikrn on all subjects o) interest to the public I
vilk a trre an t increasing circulation, the Untie
hn nolinti the patronaoe ol intelligent wtcu ana
tnttrprmna butmets men.
Ttam or Tin Daily Uillitiii
ISu6.cri;i(ion.
Cn week, by carrier, 2J
One year by rrrier, In advance 10 OO
Is i.unin by Mall, 75
Threa tronths, 12 20
B i mnntlis 4 B5
ui i year, ii
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberlv Co. have reduced the sub
scrlption price, of the Weekly Cairo llulletln to
Knt iwar per windin. maKin? it me encapesi pa"
ptrpuou.nca inr-ouinern Illinois.
The SrRAOUEs, of Khoda Island, arc
about to erect a monument which is to
cost ono hundred thousand dollars or
thereabouts. If that Joes not insure hap
piness niter death, what wUH
Connolly, who it is presumed was re
garded ns an integral part of "good eocl
ety" in New York city not much over a
year ago, is now denominated "Slippery
Dick" in metropolitan Journals.
President Grant is reported to have
remarked lately, that " so fur as ono in
his position properly can, ho will do all
in his power to assist in thoolcction of tho
nominee of tho Philadelphia convention.''
As it is a foregone conclusion thut ho fs to
bo the nominee of that convention, no one
will doubt tho sincerity of tho assertion.
Evas, the agent of l'ennsylvania for
tho collection of tho slate's war claims
against tho national government, has vir
tually made a confession, by which it is
clear that ho appropriated to his own uses
tho vast sum of $29I,000,which ho received
In commissions. Evans U said to bo bank
rupt in health und fortune, and the money
is Irretrlvably lost to the state.
It is now probablo that tho Geneva ar
bitrators will never hold their Urst sittlm;.
Tho fear of England thut the board of ar
bitrators will find a verdict for tho United
States for tbe amount of consequential, as
well as direct damages, claimed by our
government under tho Washington treaty,
is the mihi cauto which will conspiro to
prevent the settlement of tho vexed ques
tion. The course of action adopted by Carl
Schurz appear! to have stirred up tho old
feeling of animosity onco so strongly evi
dence J by a largo p.irt of tho present rnd
cal party, ngainst forolgners enjoying
political privileges in this country. Thu
very spirit of our institutions forbids tho
possibility of curtailing or depriving for
eign born citizens of such rights when
acquired under the lawn, but that there
is an under current of willing'
ness to do so existing in tho
radical rsnks cannot bo doubted. Gen
era! Garfield, of Ohio, u radical congress
man, has Introduced into tho houso of rep
rescntatives a bill providing that no
court shall complete tho naturalization of
any foreigner until his papers havo been
forwarded to tho secretary of stato at
"Washington and thero examined, certilled
and recotded. This, ofrours-, it it becomes
a law, will delay tli naturalization of nl
most every foreigner to k greater or less
dngreo, and this is the tru.tWa underlying
tho introduction ot the ,,
Tbe Irish votes ot ,,
country, & majority of whom act with Uio
democratic party, have long been undor
tho ban of radical dislike, and now that
"our German fellow-citizens" show signs
of disloyalty to tho great republican party
thoro is no longer any reason why i
should conceal hi inborn desire to ostru
cite, politically as far as possible, all the
foreign born populaco of tho United
States.
JgyTlio French women aro tha best
drestcd in tbe world; German women have
tho most luxuriant heads of hair; tho
Spanish womrn the smallest hands and
feet; Italian women the mo.t brilliant
complexions; South Americans the most
beauty, and American women tho most
style.
V$JTha Illinois Central railroad com
pany uro constructing curi at the rat-i of
fifty per month In ihelr workshops In Chi
cago, and are able to carry nil tho freight
oflertd.
.Certain Wmmchuutts cod liver oil
manufacturer, have Juit jeUcted (,,
muggllng during the l,t thirteen years
large quantity of the raw material.
PERSONALITIES.
Governor Curtln, United States mln-
liter to Kunln, linn resigned.
Because alio had warts on h'or linnds
MUs Jcnnla Lnke, of Wnupun, Wls.t
committal tulcldo.
The Mcsirs. Llpplncott offered 10,
000 fur tho early sheet ol Bulwc'r Lytton'a
forthcoming novol.
Tho Chicnco 'rod' nys thnt Tweed
expects to go to Saturn when ho dies so
tlmt ho cun Join one ot Uio rings.
"Improve- your opportunities," ald
the Emperor Nupotaon to it tcoo of
young hoys ; "every hour lost now Is it
chance of futuro misfortune"
The Rev. Dr Steele, It isald, Is about
to relgn his ollloo us vice-president of
Syrncuso univursity, to become pastor of a
church in Huston.
Mrs. Yelverton is reading from the
poets to crowded houses In Hong Kong.
Sho reads In English, as situ has nut yet
caught thn cuo of Chinese
A jilted lover In Mobile, Alabama,
sto'o tho present ho hnd given tho llcklo
lair one, whllo sho was being married to
his successful rival. Ho n now in jail.
Economical and affectionate widows
of Uoston make thu cold filling of their
first husband's teoth to coldly furnish forth
tho weddlnir rinc for their second
nuptiiiN.
GLEANINGS-
Nilson lias given an Iowa church
f 50 00.
Tho ArchducheH Maria Beatrice, sis
tor of tho duko of Modcnit, has entered
an Ursulino convent.
Marshal Bitznlno has received permii
sion to publish n pamphlet justifying 1 1 1
conduct at Mcu.
Tho French academy of fine nrts Is
about to take into consideration tho ad
mission of femalo members.
Chicago ought to bo happy soon, and
probably will. Sho Is to havo an obscr
vatory near tho center of the burnt dis
trict. Tho Prenilor of Groat Urltian and
wife, entertained tho United States minis-
tor and Miss Schonck, tho Marchioness of
Hlpon, and a select party at dinner rc
cently.
It is believed tho Central Undor
ground railroad of New York will obtain
the franchiso of Broadway. Its friends
asiot they havo sovonty-flvo votes in tho
assembly.
Tho grand lodgo of tho Knights of
Pythias for tho stato of Tcnncssco will bo
instituted in Nashville on tho 3d of April
Thoro aro now six eubordinato lodges in
tho state, all In successful operation.
From tn cnty.fi vo to thirty persons,
arrcstod in tho upper districts of South
Carolina, undor tho ku-klux acts, will nr
rivo in Charleston in n day or two, to bo in
readiness to stand trial nt tho oponing of
tho April term of the United States cir
cuit court.
Among tho treasures of a lady's dross-
ing tnblo aro now to bo found le Savon tic
Thridace, n soap whoso offocts upon tho
skin are Bald to bo mnrvolous, and la crane
tie beaut', of two tints, ono for daylight,
and tho other for gaslight think of that I
and serving not only to whiten tho skin,
but also to protect it from tho roughening
effects of cold weather.
Tho leaso of tho Jeffersonvllle, Madl-
son and Indianapolis railroad' to tho Cin
einnnti and St. Louis and Pennsylvania
railroad companies (or tho term of 99
year, for which compensation is to bo
made by tho annual payment of $140,000)
lias bocn recorded by tho county rocordcr
at New Albany, Indiana.
Miles O'Kuilly found his counterpart
during tho Gorman war, in tho pnftou of
tho bravo fuilloer, Kulschko. This re
doubtablo sold lor und tnlnttrol uiig the
deeds of tho Gormen warrior with so
much gusto and humor that ho soon con-
quured all hearts, and his songs went up
from almost every camp, and from every
tlrcsideof tho fatherland.
HENRY DE11RY I.OWERY.
DEATH OK THE UOIIIIKII ClIIKT.
A correspondent ofthe New-i'ork 1 Her
ald' writing from Schfiletown North, Car
ollna, gives the fallowing account of tho
death of tho noted outlaw :
As this letter connot bo read by tho
iiuoplo of this settlement beloro 1 havn
Jell It, mo most Important piece of infor
mation I nave to communicate shall be
given first. Henry Berry I.owery, tho
no. luio uuici ui inu nuiunous bwamp out
laws is actually dead. This is denied bv
all of his comrade, and his relatives pro
foss to bo le-nonint of his fto. But from
evidenco tho most reliable, when con
nected with a well-connected chain of cir-
cuuistatices, I am enabled to civo vou a
correct account of
THE DEATH OK THIS HOUIlEn CHIEF.
Between February Til and 10. in com-
pany witli his Win Aehntta, Boss Strong,
Henry Berry I.owery was ranging thu
country in tho neighborhood of .Moss
Neck in search of somo persons whom ho
iau ueen intormou wcro hunting him,
Willi f,. i m .
OlOVH llflM I mil 1 ,nA'.n n twl
li.f V ri BtuuuiiLU (II. it U'll
.Vrt i',? unl'u,nr river, near the now
.1 iJ: V 'U?.ul ,m "d threo-nuarters
short gun.hot of u ruu(l ta(lj fr
"""""tu iii mo uu,ue, ,.,i ...
"blind" a placo of cA?S7 ?
ambush madebv liilcrtwinlnKthel'.iTnM
of tho thickly crown WUet.l H
'''"cealment or
I bUb'
lcnr
then occ.,,.led, and Henry Berry, le,C
ii u.. ..........I , ---.
i. iiiiu Mi-i-ii il-i.i:iiliv nmiiii ikv ..i.. . i
.1 .1 1.. . "
ensconied himself in it, while Boss made u
1 I-1IU
blind for himself a then ditunco tlrt cut'
cring tho road. But n lew minutes after
tboy had placed themselves In their re
spective positions tlio roport of a gun was
heard from Honry's hiding place, and
when Boss, who waited to hear u word
from his chief or an answering shot from
the enemy, cautiously approached tho spot
Henry Berry I.owery lay on his back, with
ono barrel of his shot-gun discharged nnd
his note, forehead and tho
WHOLE OK HIS HEAD I1LOW.V OIT,
The broken ramrod mid the miming wirer
jhowed ho had been trying to draw a loud
from his gun. Boss drow Uio body Into a
thicket, and notified his companions, who
straightway buried him where, In all
human probability, tho eye of mun will seo
him never.
Thus periehed this remarkable mun, and
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY,
Mi death marks tho dissolution of this
most formidable body of desperadoes. The
largo sum of money no was said to bo in
possession of is alto lost to tho country,
for no tnembor of tho band, not oven Boss
nor his wife, know tho Whereabouts of his
t run s tiro client. The remaining outlaws
havo mado diligent search, hut nsyct hnvo
had their labor for their pains. Ilonry
Horry was said to have had a cood deal of
money, besides his share of tho procooJs of
tho Lumborton Hank, from which somo
thirty thousand dollars woro taken.
JOHN MOWN.
the queen's oiiilly.
(t ondon CorreonUcnce Now York Times.
It Is not quite clear who first seized
O'Connor when lie presented his unloaded
pistol at tho carriage window, but tho
court circular, which Is drawn up under
the personal supervision ol tlio (jueon,
gives tho credit jf tho capture to John
Tlrown. John Is ralhir u celebrated charac
ter in his way, and wiiii ngaulid with
much curiosity when ho appeared as n wit
ness in the police court, lie Is an Aber
deen mall, I rum tue neigiinoruoou oi
Itiilmoral. and was Princo Albert's lavorito
gliilly when tho princo went nut grouse
shot ling and deer-stalking. Tho queen fre
quently accompanied her husband on his
rporllllg expeuiuons, aim nn iiiuiu u nun
with Ilrown's evident attachment and de
votion to hi master, as well ns by his
shrewd remarks and Independent Judg
ment on all matters on which ho whs con
sulted. Hrnwn was always prepared for
every emergency. If tie clouds gathered
suddenly overhead, if n change of wind
brought n biting air with itlnmi the snow
tops of tho mountain', It was Invariably
found that Brown's foiesight had provided
for it, that shawls and wrappers had been
stowed nwny somewhere, and that every
thing was "forthcoming when required.
Brown knew tho nicest camping plncos,
the safest road", and the best way ot man
aging everything. After tho prince's
death he bcpamo tho chief personal at
tendant of the queen, nnd has over finco
retained his suptemacy in mo nousnnoiu
Ho accompanies her majesty on all oeca.
nions. leads her nonv. or ridns In thn rum
ble behind her carriage. In his tartan
kilt and Mlatd. stalwart, shaciry, hardfea
hired, ho Is u genuine specimen of tho
north countrv &coi: nnu no is alio a
thoiougu Scot in character nnu temper
verv quiet, cool nnu imncriiiroauio : re
served In speech, although outspoken
enough on occasion; "canny unu ueier
entlal.. but also resolute and pertinacious
Ho belongs to the t no of Scotch retainers
of whom several samples are to ho found in
Scott's novels, who identiucu thcmsoive
witli " tho fnmllv. " believed in It, Worship
ped it with intense, passionate fidelity, but
lit the same limo nnu no Hesitation in c.v
pressing an honest opinion on i.ny question
oven nt tho risk of ditlerine: from tho mm-
tor or mistress. Tho position which John
Brown holds in tho royal hotischola isnllko
honorable to the Queen and to himself.
In tho polico court ho gavo his evidence
with a 9trone: Scotch accent nnd quaint
homeliness of language. " He Just cached
tho boy," ho said, "by tho scruff of th
neck, und kept him till thcro was cnougli
people round about to take charge of him.
FISK SAVING A BANK.
VORTV THOUHAND DOI.LAIIS TO HAVE
Kit. END yitO.M 11U1N DOWN TO THE ei'OT,
A now "Lifo nnd Times of James Fisk,
Jr.," recites this story:
A friond mot Fisk ono Saturday after
noon and said to him, "I am afraid the
National Savincs Bank will co bv tho
board.''
"How much do thoy want to float 'cm I"
said Fisk.
"1 think nbout 510,000."
"Toj had, ' said Fisk, "to let that bank
break. Why, if it vliould burst up what
in tho thunder would the poor policeman
do? You know theinpoor fellows dcpo'it
their monoy In tlio National. Tell llnnk
S ith I'm ready with D,W0.
The next day Fisk saw Henry Smith,
president of tho bank. He was accnm
panied by tho vonerablo Thurluw Weed.
Tho three walked into tho Metropolitan
hotel. Mr. Smith was in great distress.
" Hero Hank, " said tho impulsivo princo
of Erie, "dry up, now, and loll mo what
you want."
" Forty thousand dollars, and by 10
o'clock to-morrow morning, " was tlio nn
swor. "You shall havo it.'-
Ho sent for .Mr. Bingham, tho attorney
of the Krie company. " Bingham, " said
h, "go und tluil Comer. Get a good ac
countant, and you throe cmno baek hero."
After Mr. Bingham hud irone, Fisk asked
Smith " Can I cot into tho bank to-day?"
"Y'cs." said Smith.
The accountant, accompanied by Mossrs.
lllniiluun and Lomer, wero soon at hand.
"Go to the bunk, ' snid Fisk. "L't the
securities, and bring thorn hero, nnd ex
amine tho hooks anil report to me.
When tho securities were brought, Fisk
sat down, roiicu tip nil sleeves, nnu iave
them ararid examination.
"Snmo of theso nln't worth a damn,
Hank," said ho ;" but I guess wo II fix
things." Don t worry. To-morrow mor
ning you shall havo the money,''
Thurlow Weed arose from hto chair.
nnd, putting his arms around tho stout
body of tho young millionaire, said with a
choking voice :
"Mr. Fisk, this isnnohlonct. If ever
I hear a man spunk ill of you, I shall feel
it incumbent upon me, old as 1 mn, to
knock him down on tho spot."
Tlio noxt morning Fisk sent to tho bank
by tho hinds of his truty friend and sec
retary, Mr. Comer, $10,000 In greenbacks,
and tho bank was saved.
THE JAPANESE IN WASHINGTON.
Tho Japaneso now ir. AVnshington are
rapidly becoming Americanized. Several
of the younu'cr members induluo In
mashes, cocktails and other spirituous
compounds with a relish worthy of the
most red-nosed toper around tho Arling
ton. A correspondent says It Is very fun
ny to observo tho little men as they patter
about in their patent leathers, what slv
glances thoy cast at tho pretty faces of
our girls, and how profoundly they bow
tn recognition o: too nous which uio demi
monde accord them. Thero aro all orU of
stories afloat nbout tho notoW whero tlio v
are domiciled relative to thu dishes and
drinks they patronize. Hind boiled eggs
and Ico cream, seem, howovnr, to bo a
dish which they all, from Iwakura down
tollowyondo, manifest groat fondness for,
anu tu which tuuy inuuiu'c at mo most in
opportune seasons. Not unfrenuently
tirandy anu iioneu ogga are caiieu tor as
sedatives upon retiring, and several of tie
youngor ones cannot get niong witiiout
mom as eye-openers in tno morning, for
"so uiminutivo poopio tnoy possess ex
trauidlnary uppotites, and judging from
the fluidity u j quiintHy of tho viands
winch they consume, their stomachs must
the on 1 unWo l'owor olual to thoso of
mork or qkant'b rniENiis,
(Wa.liingt.n Cor. Courier Jn,i.n.i ,
A
l follow ninnnil I'l
lawy
n i "utt, a
oi, nua iinvu yi-kieiuuv sr. in n. r..n
extent of tho law-fur his tnftum.ua pmc
ticcs ninont: school ulrls. Ordimiriu. .1.1.
is u moro police caso that should not bn
referred to, but as he Is a coinuol of the
South Cnrollnn negro Dol.argn against
Ilowon for n boat in coni!ies, it Is execnt.
ional, Look at thorn I DoLurgo, a drunk
en negro, who got a certilicatc by klufllng
tho ballot box ; Unwcn, n convicted biga
mist, eavcu irom state i prison oy tnoprcs
ident'i pardon, and Butts, guilty of an In
famous crime. But friends of the presi
dent, nevertheless. Aa an honorable man
he must blush for the ihamo of bis company.
Our Homo Advertisers.
MISCEM.ANKOUN.
WOOD ! WOOD 1 1 WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II not Cheaper
ban any wood dealer In Cairo. I.eae nrderi
n iho alaieii at the roslofflue an ' at Hon' toal
ard, on Commercial arenue, between Tenth and
twelfth Mreeta, Cairo, llhnnK 1 die Kood
meaaure nnd will curd the wood up If de'irel.
. anitli'-ll HKNNIH HAI.F.V.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. D. UEXFORD Froprlcto
COlNtK OHIO LKVKK ArfB tlCOXD IT,
Cairo, Illinois.
7ie Only Firsl-Clats Home in the City
IlAcease conrate.1 (n
nd from the tlepo
deeUil
f Ireeoi iirite.
A. lHlUIX'K
Gilder, U,shi.stcrcr, Varmshcr nnd
Fancy Paper Hanger, Mattress
Making and llcpairing.
Slicp on Commercial avenue In tbe
i-errjr iionar.
All work cntrmtcd
to Ida care will receive
dim,
irmnpt attention.
Unler aro nollcllcu.
WILLIAM EHLl'iltS,
I'MhlonaMa
BOOT AND SHOE MA KICK,
TWENTIETH HTBEET,
Between Washington avenue and Poplar strett
OAIIIO. ILL.
V II I L. S A U V,
(Sucteior to P. Saup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
PK4LKR IX
CONFECTIONS.
FIREWOBKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC.,
102 Commercial Avenue, between
Nlxtti null Nevenlh Ntreeta,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
B04T HTHHEN.
SAM WILSON,
nctui i h
I BOAT STOEES
OROUKRIXB.
PKOVISIONS ETC.
No. 110
Ohio Levke : . Cairo, III.
narntai raoMPTLT ppirtcn
UAH S'ITTKHS.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
a anaia
1AN riXTVIIEM,
Oai Fitter's and I'lnmher'e material, Woo
iuiiiis, giovf ami BiiKit- inittf, slop
iuo aor.NT ior
rulla Ilrothera l'ntent lry Omn Meier
And Morehue, Welln t Co'a Automttle Wate)
hidlvaiorandbupply Vulte for drum t.ollt-rn.
WINTER'S IILOCK, COMMKBOIAL-AVICSU
Rnilroad Advertisements.
I. C. II. II.
qUIOKEST ROUTE FROM SOUTH
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
St. Lodib, Louisville, Cincinnati, Chi
cago, New York, Boston,
AND ALL
POINTS EAST AND WEST.
HHini.Kertrala arrive at and leare Cairo at lot
low. I
xail. txratss,
Aoaivr 3s-ia.in iioo i..ni
I irrA mt 4iiio a.in ui4n m.
Doth trains eonncei at Ceotuha nith train on the
-Ml-A-IUST XiIiTE
roi
Hana, Decatur, Dlonmlnitlcn, Kl Pao, ,a SklJi
lleujcla, Kreeport, UuIhuh, t'utiniue, aud
all points in llliuolx, Mm.ouri,
MluneHoln, tVucoimlu and
Iowa. And with
Mue runnlnK Fast and West lor
it. Loan, Hpringtield Louisville,
CiiK'ianiitl, IndlHimpolls, Columbus.
Aud at Chicago with Michigan Ceuirul, Mlchlna
bouthtru, and Pittnburj;. Fort wvn
and t'liiCBjio ItullrouUs lor
Detroit, Cluveland, Dunkirk,
,. !!",'on, 1'hili.deiphla,
Maura Falls, Krle, IliiHalo,
Mm Vurk, 1'illsbure, llultlmore,
Wnshiniston,
AND ALL POINTS EAST.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and efUr Monday, April 81th, 1K71, trains
IIIW N. U 111. ,
NOKTHKKN DIVISION.
TKAIIIS uoiku rolTUS.IT,
, MH. Expre.
i.eare Virginia k:4a.m Iliao p.m.
" HjiruiKtlfld - 9,fi0 3.1X) "
" Taylurvlllo 0;b2 " i u
Arrive at 1'ana 11:10 m 5:17 "
TSllNSOOlNU NOkTUWasT,
hxpresa Mall.
Leave Taaa 4:00 a, m 3:34 cm
" Ta)lorville 4:4 4:iu ..
Arrive at riprliit!tield...flil5 " cue
Leave Spsiiigneld H:'i5 " um
Ar.'iveat VlrKinla HM " .ij i
BOUTUKItN DIVISION.
raiNs uoiku iociiihst.
LeateEiljewooU 0:30 u,m t0:10a.m
'Tlora. S:25 U;40
Arrive at bhawneetona:Mp m 6:18 p,m
raaim osino koitiiwi.t.
Leave Hhawneelown ft:45 a.m g.aun rr
" Klori 2;S , wVi
Arrive at Kdewood 450
............ S"0
Tha 6:.Ki a.m. Irala from Kdaewood, run's onl
Mondays, tt.ilnes.lajsaiia Fridays, and fiit.la.m.
Ira In from nliuwnaotowu nn Ti..,i... -i'v..."
diys andbaturda)s. ' '
connects ai Asmanii with Jacksonville division
ol Chlcajfoand Al'on liillro.d. fur Ju-ksonville
relershurK, Mason City, n nd all onlnts west. '
At HprlnRfleld. with ChlcsRO aud Alton, and
rledo, Wabash and Western Railroad, inr
tiloomlnaten, ChieaKii,and all points north, north
e.i anil wesi,
.l,r,nlwlth lni'- ad SI. Louts, and Illinois
.'o'le!!',Ur0K,4 fr " Pm" "'"0l'''' " nd
c.MrS,,K7Ciwlth Chle, DI",0D ,U'0,
ihte,wi!h ",l10 "d Mlilppi Railroad.
aaAtf.te
MARCH 30, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ik y uuonw.
71. FALL-WINTER. '72
O. II AN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
UUOWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TiaiKiasra-s.
CHECKS,
AND
8TBIPE S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
OA8SIMEK3,
BLACK ALPACAS
AMD
LU8TKBS,
OilOa'JKAIN SILKS,
I'Ol'I.INh.
LARGE STOOK OF OAltl-y.TINli
OIL CLOTHS,
UATTINO,
Wlnilsw NIsiMlca,
OILT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
DAUA8KM.
Uli BntireHtock Now (ioalriK Out
VEIIY LOW PIGUKKS.
COUNIR8Tn 8T. AND COMMERCIAL-AY.
Cairo, Illinois.
nentllf
FAMILY UKUCKKltA.
LOUIS JOKOBNSK1N,
Dealer Ir. all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
O-BOOEBIES
Farmer's! Yard nnd rtlatillnic
WITIIOUT CHAROR.
Cor, Washington-av. and Twcntictli-bt.
CAIRO, ILLS.
ySTdll.
(DAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
C03vr-J?L.DN"2-.
Is prepared to supply customer
quality of
lib the ben
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
CCAJii.
rRDRRS lelt at I
VJ I.KVEK, or at
Charln, Hotel, will
Ifallldar Bro. offlee. 70 OHIO
irli". Hotel, will reoeive nromnt ntlenilon
at ine i;oa isril below me SI.
I'll K TUG MO.N'TAUK will l.noir eoal alonu
sum pirnnirr at nnv notir fK-aftir
HAMIOfsN.
A. SUSANKA,
Proprietor
MAGNOLIA SALOON
And Dealer In Foreign and Domestic
"WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAliS,
97 Ohio Levee,
Uetwe ei, Nlnlh and Tenth Mrcels,
Cairo, III.
dei-1711
KL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATKN, Proprietor.
100 Commercial Avsaue, CAIRO, ILLINOIB,
f est brimd of Calife UCIgars Just received,
B . . 1 RI ,I?0D "iruished with tho h-at ol
tables j and bar supplied with wines, liiiunrs
tn 1 -lirnr. of th- flncn hrn.l.
HUTUricltll.
JAKK WALTER,
BTJTOHBR
ad ns.uta ik
FRESH MEAT,
Eighth Strkkt, Hktwbkn Washington
and Commercial AVKNUkri,
Adlolulna; Ulltcnbonae Ilanay'a.
Keep lh best of llecf, Pork, Mutton, Veal.
Lamb, MaiisaK, etc, and are prepared to acne
citjtens in the most acceptable i anner.
JAMKS KYNASTON,
slntehrr acd Denier la nil made rreoh
Meal,
Coaiua Nixmkntr and PoriAB Statu.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
rjUYH and slsnghlers only very besl eatlle,
Lf hoas and sheep, and is prepared to All any
ueinard for fresh maata from on r.oim.1 tn A
thousand pounds.
Our Home Advertisers.
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W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J tkntii strkct,
CAIRO ILLINOIS
ron
loorsi, Nnah, Ullntl. Mniildlnsrsi,
KnTeOnllrrti, (mood) Window nnd Uoa
frames, Fluorlnir, l.ath,
NlilnKlen, Ulnnrd Nnah, (limed Hide
l.lRhln, Ulncrd Transoms,
Nnah Welch la, Nnali 1'nlllesi nnd Cordu,
Ullnd rnatrnlnKsi. Iloollna;
Fell, IlooOus; Oment, l'laalerlna;
lntr, Cnrprl Fell, Wblle
Lead, MiiNrd oil, Ainerlean Window
(Jinan, KnicllNli nntl French
IMale (Unas, Fully, (llnalrr'n Folnln
Hewer Flpest Fnlrul Cliltuuvya.
-e.. tic, Ktr.
AOK.NT3 for Rock Rivet Paper Company's,
tfheathinir Felt and quartz Cement.
M. W. John's Improvrd Kootlnu always aa
nd
KTOVIM. TINWAKi:, KIC.
A. II A L L K Y,
DEALER IN STOYES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clathes Wringers Toile
ware, coal nods, Flrcshovels, Air Gates.
MAxrrAc-rriiB or
TIN, ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
1KUH WAKE.
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
arilnnUn OutlermTT and .all '" !.J,ob
HOrit don at holiest nolle.
St. Louis Advertisements.
WeCORWiCK A I.YOW, Agenta.
MANN & LIBBY'S
New One l'rlce
HOUSE,
421 North Fourth Street,
St. Louis.
We would call tin attention of tho Ladles to our
slock of
BLACK SILKS
AT ALL TRICKS, VROM LOW-PRICED nILK
1)1" TO
tup: best quality
of the celebrated make of
C. J. BONNETT & CO.
These goods are so well known as being1 the
bert Mlks imported, thst we lt-rl II Is nnly nt-ces.
ar to null!) the La lies li.si we have 1. em on
ale. Aeiuleud mklu) our rillk Airasirivr,
by rarelul .l.tion ol khJs adsttd 10 dils
market, and witu many) ears experiei.ee In coo
Uuut.uK a
First-Clnss Silk Trade
In the Ent, we knjw we csn ofler Indiicementi
to puichsters. We shall trier
NO SILK THAT WE
CANNOT RECOMMEND.
Nampleaheat to Parllra onl or the city
upon Appllrntlon.
It Is not economy for a tsdr lo iiy an inferior
qiisliiy 01 hllk, eien at any inn, wrshsll there
fore orlrr only
T1IK HKST SILKS
Ann sriL at
Reasonable Price s.
With euro in purchasing und selection of
stock mid
Selling for Cash Only,
Wo can save one proflt for our customers.
Wu propose to do this for thu bciittll of
THE LADIES.
Colored Silks
EVEiTiasra- shades
AM)
Mrlped Anierlrnn Kilka,
Black American gros ouain,
Black Cahiimlre Silks,
31 ANCHC6TER SitA,
At all Prices and in all Color.
Japuncsic Clollia. Nllk fopllna, lu JJcnU'
IllulCulora.
BLACK AND WHITE CHECK SILKS
And full .toclc of
GREY STRIPED SILKS,
Which wo assure the Ladles Is nol exceeded in
this country, ns tiiasiornient of desirable styles,
quality of Koods and prices.
We lesiit-ctlully iuvilo Uio Ladies lo call and
examine; our Goods and Prices All will he irft
ed Willi couriisy (londtwlll bo hun freely j
thero will bo n misiepresenlinir. oM.V utih
I'ltlCKwill hennknl.nudlliat will bo as low as
1 hut of any other hoie In Hie ouiiiiiry. a v,'e.Pr'!,
fer larKeales and small protlls, rather than small
sales and huge piotlls,
AT TUB
ustzew store
MANN & LIBBY,
421 North Fourth Streot,y
NT. LOUIH.
3-152W

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