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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, -WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1872.
J.)II!H OHEHLf, KdlHrand rut.tmnfr.
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T4C DOLLAR WKEELT HUt.tr.TIN.
John II. Oberlr Co. has reduced IM )
.ori'SIon pric of the .Weekly C.lro llullelln t
Om Vlnr frm.ium. making t the cheaj-e.t I'
lrinMIhi in foulhora llllnnla.
Don Carlos i on "'e Wflr ln
Tnr. Mkxicun Involution l progress
log and giloInR ground. .Fuarer is In dsn-ger
tlio 'Jtegltlor' tr.nn to be ,u nmlableM
Wo arc lod lo bellove, from tlio 'Bcj;l
torV devotion to tlio f;rot cause of lorn
pornnce, that It li anxious to have Hon. D.
T. Llnogar, or this city, nominated by tlio
radical! for attorney general. Tlio well-
known and much-tatkol about dovotlon
of Mr. Llnegnr to tlio principle ol tho
cold water men liavo led us lo this conclu-
tbo swamp breed pestilence.
Prom tlie and many other
reason, It would seem that
tho trees of tlio forest aro not only one of
the groatcst bcnutlos on tho face of mother
earth, but that tboy nro of uso In way not
apparent to tho unobservant eye. Naturo
heriolf hat tailed to propsgato them In
many placet, and man for tho uses of civ
ilization ha been compollcd to clear thorn
Lottie" Is tlio poctcts of tbo l'uorln
'.Democrat, and a down or two able-bodied household word to all true patriots
men tho poles.
slon. It It known oven to tlio llttlo boyi away in many cthort, but tho progress of
on the streets that Mr. D.T. will run I tlio ago Is fastdltcovering substitutes fornll
away from whisky as ho would from ono purposes fur which tho timber of tho fur-
of Harry "Walker's nlcoly broiled steaks, est arc used. Iron and other oro to build
and at tbe sight of brandy is as ill at caso our houses and coal to warm them, aro dug
at a hungry man walling for a monl at out of tho inexhausliblo bosom of the
Herbert's popular restaurant. And wo earth, and year by year tho necessity of
tmve no doubt tho 'Register' man Is alto a marring Its surfaco by denuding it of its
warm partisan of Ocn. Grant and Mr. forests fattor than they grow, becomes
Dink Yates, whoso devotion to tho snark- less
ling walor hat become as familiar as
A Spasm or Ho.nestt still continue lo
afflict the citizens of New York city. It
will not, It Is thought, provo fatal.
"Saw Domihoo is tranquil," says, tl.e
telegraph, and proves tbo fact by inform
Tho telegraph of Saturday Inst brought
ing us that "Baci's brother has
United States Senator Brownlow,
in a letter rccontly published, elves
United .Sates Senator 'Wilson, of Masia-
chusetts, tho chief credit for tho prompt
and favornblo action of tho Semite on tho
latt nf (tin llnl I'nrall v nf Tennflipn for
a torriblo story of bloodshed and murder ,ifl,ctcd ,)y tho Uni(jn nfmy dur.
in tho Indian country. A whito man ttlg ti10 Wlir
namod rroitor, wuo uas Killed at umereni jarMarslial Packard, ot Now Orleans
periods eighteen person, in February has mad0 R public appeal for money for
fortified last s!lot a won,Bn dcnJ flna wounded tbo family of tho luto LIcutenant-Gov-
her husband. This occurred in tho Clior-
okec nation, near tho Arkansas lino, and
Tnt Missouri 'Democrat' not good tho murjorcr t00 rofUge win tho Chore
authority-tys the flht between Trnm- Uee In(jjnns h0 was hero tried for tho
bull and Davis for the Cincinnati nomlna- 0ifcn8C( Uut it being thought likely that he
tlon it becoming rxtremelj bitter,
ernor Oscar J. Dunn, of Louisiana, whoso
houso is advertisod to ho sold for tho non
payment of tho money duo on it.
AN trVPLBAIAMr UKATII.
Our wcttorn Indian wero lorn? sunno.i-d
lo bo tlio greatest export at torture, but
tho Chlncto, it seems, nro mora advanced
In this Hcndith capacity. A court at Hong
Kong Intely condemned' a criminal to bo
killed bv wakefulness. Tho culprit, n
strung and healthy man, was kept awako
constantly for fifteen days, Ins suffering
lor mo last row hour beimt or lliu most
excruciating diameter. At last ho drop
pod down and tho heart censed to beat.
Roasting nllvo is a morey cominred with
such torture Iioston Qlobc.
Lieutenant Androw Mohoney, of
tho Fourteenth regular;, died suddenly at
tbo American House, Boston, on Friday
would be acquitted, tho United States evening. His funeral took plaeo In that
The New Orleans National Republi- marshal doLilod a posse to proceed to tho city on AUtsuay.
cn,' heads tho report of tho proceedings Indian court-houso nnd re-arrest him in ifcFifty thousand dollars liavo been
of the Louisiana democratic convention I trat event. On last Monday week the party subscribed for tho memorial edlflco to bo
with the words : "Democratic TLcatrlcals; arrived nt tho Indian court-houie, tied erected In Boston in honor of Theodore
A BLr.KI'V leoihlatoh.
Not IntiL' since a sloonv inembor of tlm
lower brunch of tho lcglslaturo requested
a fellow. member to wiikti him when a cer
tain bill Involving tho interests oflumbor-
men cams up. Tills ngrceu upon, tno
sleepy member whs soon in tho hnppy
land or ilrcums. It to happened mat it
corUin bill upon theft and perjury cumo
up that day. So when tho laltr bill was
fairly underway, tho sleepy member wms
aroused. Ho. rubl-inc bis eyes, aroso and
addressing tho speaker: " Mr, Speaker, I
.wish to say a few words upon this bill,
lor mo ract is, tlio most ot tnu peopio up
our way mako their living by this tra'do'
it is needless to add thnt his rcmnrKs woro
appreciated nnd highly npplatidod.
Springfield (ill.) Journal.
T. B. Ellis, propriotor, comer 7th itreot
and Commercial nvcnuo, Cairo, Ills., I
prepared lo accommodHto tho public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other Cn.-c1uss houso In
the city. Tho rooms aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good samplo rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho houso Is located In tho cen
ter of tho business pari of thn city within
ono squaro ol tho post office. 4-9-tf
Our Home Advertisers.
REAL ttMTATK ACIKNCY.
Second Day't Pertormanco."
their horses, and were proceeding quietly Twenty-flve thou.and dollars
up to the door when they were stopped by
tho tlmultaneous discharge of firo arms .Dr. Richard V. Whelan, Bishop of
lromtho Inmates. A short but terrible hent'. t Virginia, now m rant,
v. j i -mi, t .hitnli,l "a written n letter to l, Unnert,
h . domning the doctrines und actions of Peru
amies marsoai pariy wero kiiii-u, luno 1 3IcjjttUj
of tbo assailants, and some sixteen orsev
"Vk are Indebted to 0. T. Wilburn,
M. D, Superintendent of tho Illinois In
stitutlon for th,i Education of Feeble
Minded Children, for a copy of the seventh
annual icport There Is one pupil from
Alexander county an Idiot. I m !8fMr. Iuther Stroup, a well known
1 cmuvii wu.m,-u, ,u,..u ,ttnor,nbeP f Harrisburc. Penn.. was
Tnr Moc.nt Carmel Reoister favors repetition of ovents liko this is too fear- found dcftd ,n bcd Thur,day mornlng. It
tho nomination of Thomas 8. Kldgway lullv common among the various tribes , tho.ight he was .uffocated by gas from
for State treasurer, nnd a correspondent wno ftf0 n or the .love.
ftbat.sbeet Insists tbat Judge Mayo is our western icrr.ionet. ineir savage The membm oftbo Class of 1842 of
ntivedto tbo Blu True nomination of I nature appears to only slumbor beneath I Trinity Collceo aro to bold a reunion in
the Illinois Gran tites. But U make no 1 tbo subdued exterior which Is tho result of I Hartford, Conn., on Wednesday, July 10,
difference. Liberalism will sweep tho contact with civilized humanity, mission- tP0 y ""ro o next commencement
Bucker Btate this M by a largo majority. 1 ary endeavors and their own gradual ex- Tho French editor who was arrested
Unction. When it is waked Into life at by tho Germans at Vitry-le-Francois for
In the Late Democratic Convex- intervals, tho whole country is shocked by publishing otfensivo articles has been ru-
tion at Now Orleans, quite an animatod t,0 barbarities and cruelties which it per-
Having removed my boot and shoo shop
to tho north side of Eighth street, between
Commercial avenue nnd Ohio 1uvc;, oppo
site my old stand, I invito all my cus
tomer! to call on mo In my now quarters.
where I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture nil kinds of custom-made boots and
shoes, and guarantee In tho future, as 1
have done in tho past, to givo good work,
good stock, good flu nnd perfect satisfac
tion. PiitLLir llAumt.
'Mr'. Anna L'ing, on Eighth stroctbe.
tween Washington and Commercial nve
nucs, has just received n fine spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting of hats, bon
nets, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
she asks tbe attention of the ladies of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will tnko pleasure in
showing her goods to all who will favor
her with n cull. 3.'J.lm.
(J. WINSTON (JO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
71 (second floor) OHIO i.evek
Huv and Sum, hKAi. Khtatk,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
S I irrrr!i . TvnrtB of KlrnU
Our Homo Advertisers.
ciu. KltouMtvr. mmm viiir
CHAS. SCHOKNMKVKlt & .(.)
PICTUItE FRAMING. -
All orilfii irotnijr nUrnllto.
northwest corner or WASlllNOTON AV
KNVE AND TENTH ST
P. O. rmwr VOX toW.
discussion occurred oc a proposition to de
nounce and repudiate Warmuth. After
much excited debato tho resolution wat
referred to a committee, which will proba
bly report ono day after election. T)vmo
cratt who hesitate to denounce men like
"Warmoth aro lost and ought to be.
Sous or the Democrat of Louisiana
do not admire tho Liberal Republicans ol
tbe Warmoth school. In tho late state
convention, a Mr. Eustt said of them:
'These are thu very men we bavo been
1 denouncing through four years as tho
roost infamous thieves. Some of thorn
'and their lrionds nro in this demorratic
convrntion as delegatos and they ought
'to be in tho penitentiary."
3Iiss Nellie Grant, daughter of tho
president, appeals to bo making a royal
progress through Englund. Sho loft
Lcavington for London on Saturday.
Tbe station at the former place was deco
rated with English and American flags, 0
boquot was prosonted to tbo young lady,
and tbe train which boro bor away moved
off amidst tbo cheors of tho spectator.
Tblt littlo incident, will, no doubt, increato
Gen. Grant's desire for another term, immensely.
petrates, nnd then tho conclusion is almost )QL.Mr. Jefferson Davit is said to bo
irresistible, that tho "noblo red man " is writing a vindication of his administration
an irreclaimable savage, whoso eyes feast
on blood and to whose cars tho groans of
hit victim are music. Aa a tuition, thn
American peopio bavo dealt kindly by tho
remnants of tho original inhabi
tants of tho country, but such out
breaks of savagery a tho occurrence re
lated and those which the Apachos are re
peating every day, suggest whether a
llttlo of tbo old doctrine, " an cyo for an
'eye, a tooth for a tooth " applied to the In.
dians, might not tame thorn moro effectu
ally than the newor injunction which up.
pears to bo tho basis of our treatment of
them, "if thine enemy smito thco on tho
'loft cheek, turn to him tho rijjbt."
"Billy Brown or Massac" is a great
man. The Mound City 'Patriot' calls
him "our faithful representative in tbo
Twenty-Seveutb Legislatorial Assembly
' of tbo State," and snys that "every im
1 portant mcasuro beforo tho assembly ro-
' ceivod hi sanction and ho was besides
tho author of many bills that will stand
'at monument to hi memory, tand as
'monument on the pages of our statuary
'law to bo banded down to luccecding
' generation." It i not qulto clear a to
vrhetbf.r tbu ' P.triot ' moans that tbo blll,
or the monuments, or tho pages or tno
Ututry law, ure l0 ,)(J ,mnduJ down (
uccetdlng B.twatloru, but the ' Patriot it
clear on one thing, and thu U tbat Billy
deserves to go to congress Ux tomelhini;
and it is anxious to support Mm for
A LINEGA.lt MAN.
'The Recitter,' of Ml. Carmel, a very
bitter and rather tuperflcial radical paper,
given to Grantlsm, morality ond black
guardftm, denounce Mr. J. Ed. Clarke, of
tbo Grayvlllo 'Independent, anothor
Grantlte sheet, at a treacherous republican
"PI-rL.'i ..... .i ... . . ... .
.,.-v, B.j, m -jicgMior, -laKes an
special interest In the tcmpcranco came,
but on tblt occasion" (moaning a.canvast
forjustlce of the peace), "when he, himself,
' wi 11 candidate, he solicited tho vote of
'every drunken democrat in the town, and
nd tbo aid of whisky tellers, wbo are
' all well-known democrat. Of course they
'proaalied to vote for nhts, and of couno
'they did not-not one of tbem. J. Kd ward
have learned Jong Ko, that when
"owrat promltea to vote for. tern
Prat, '-n. .o promise, . e
! .U"lwJ - democrat
.' wen as en J. Edward
1 and prove
PRESERVATION OF FOR-
A bill has been reported in congress to
encourage the planting of tree, and for
tho preservation of woods tn tho public
domain now hold by tho Unltod Slate
Tho tubjoct is one to which much Interest
Is attached, not, perhaps, so immediate nor
us exiiting as lotno others now beforo tbo
public mind, but nn interest more lasting
und not less important. In nearly all tho
countries ot Europe the subject of tree-cul
ture und tho preservation of the "primeval
forests receives prominent attention.
i'ho researches of science have proved that
this attention is wull-bettowcd, and that in
proportion us forest trees aro undisturbed
or in countries und portions of countries
where, in the absence of nutural growth,
trues uru cultivated, tho climuto is moro
equal, the full of ruin Is more abuuduiit
and droughts mure infrequent; tho volume
of rivers is more uniform, natural springs
exist in greater profusion, miasmatic dis
eases uru Jess pn-vuloi.t arid inundation
and destructive t'rcilict. kss frequent than
111 countries and suction of countries
wbero the forests bavo been deployed
without regard to tho etfucts of such do
uuciion, or where nature is iiccoumablo
tor tho ubjunco of trues. In Purtiu. the
urfuco of which is nearly without forests,
anl in tlio tretUss portions of India, long
droughts, tollowcd by famine and posti
lenvo, are terribly fr wt. i lll0 Wvil
India LUnd. tho ll,hl(J hcsl tb()
steriliiy ol the .oil U uttnbuted In no
small degree to the duciion of lh, for
ests. Ill tho neighborhood uf Alxaiidria
and tairo, JJgypt, ulmoU void of futt,t
trees, rain used to full but rrly, n,i
once, toward the close of the eiguietmib
century, it aid not ruin for sixteen uioiitli.
Now, however, ruinfulls are frequent, ow-
ing to the cultivation of immence plunta
lions of trues. To come noarer homo, the
frequent lowness of water, and consequent
difficulty of navigation In tho Ohio, Mi-
IsIpp, Cumberland and other river I
laid to the gradual clearing away of tho
forest on their bank. Tho swamps of
Virginia and tho Carolina are not un
healthy as Jong at tbe forestt remain ; it
Ji only when tiitio are cleared away that
as "President" of tho Confederate States
The Princo and Princoss of AVales
have arrived at Milan.
Tho Ohio legislature has voted to ad
journ April 29, to moet again January 2,
M. John P. Mitchell, a prominent
lawyer of New Jersey, has declared In
favor of the Cincinnati convention,
Tbo Chattanooga (Tcnncsiee) 'Her
ald ' places at tho head of its columns for
president and vice-president General
Grant and Senator Wilson.
Senator B. F. Rice, of Arkansas, will
probably support tho liberal republican
movoment. Ho is the chairman of tho re
publican committee of bis stato, but tho
committee is dlvidod, Clayton carrying
Tho latest report in relation to Colo
nol Forney is that ho is preparing to aban
don tbo " regular nominations" in Penn
sylvania, with the understanding that ho
shall be tho liberal republican candidate
for tho United States scnato against
Ex-Governor William A. Newell, of
Now Jersey, publishes u letter In which
bo denies tho report that ho is going to tho
Cincinnati convention. Ho says that ho
shall support tbo candidato of tho Phila
delphia convention, and that candidato
will undoubtedly bo General Grant.
rri. v -t .
mo now urieans journals ond many
otnor at 1110 ooutn propose that tbo Cin
cinnati convention nnminato Charles V,
Adam or Judgo Trumbull for president,
Tlio Cincinnati Gorinans suggost the names
of Charles Francia Adams for prcsldont
and W. S. Grocsbeck for Vice-president, or
Lyman Trumbull lor president ond John
Qulncy Adams for vice-president.
In spuaklng of tho Interest which tho
peopio of Pennsylvania are taking in tho
canvass at this early day, thu Pittshuri!
Leader ' say t It is 11 pity that tho
peopio didn t exhibit this inturust just two
weeks earlier, nnd by turning out to tho
republican primaries and improiing thoii
will upon them, provont some of the un
fortunate nominations, whoso very bad
net compel their interest now."
Iho Phlladelphio ' Post, ' which sup
port tno atraignt ticket of tlio republican
party, tayi: "The great fuct Is that in
this canvass the republicin party i dlvi
dod. Tbe stato convention guvo Genera
Hartranft a majority on tho first ballot,
but thcro was a hitturness in thn, minority
which wo do not liko. It was tho falllne
of tho buromoter which presages thu
storm. Tbo refusal to mako Hartranft's
nomination unanimous wa a significant
tact, and ono whloh we cannot overlook."
Mr. Samuel T. Day, the acting gov
"'nor of F)orljHi lms imbjihod n pro0u.
nation warning tl,0 pC0l nnt t0 obey
GovTn0'"- Mr-Dy Lieutenant
Governor of the atato, and wa, mudo ac
t ng Governor by tho Impeachment of
Governor lUd 1 which w.P unanimously
voted by tho Uouso of Ronrebent-.u.
The Constitution say. that he
ihall bo disqualified for acting wl,lu tlio
article of Impeachmont are ponding, but
Reed atwrts Ibat the adjournment of tbo
legitlature without trying him wat an ue.
qulttnl. The respectable part of the
community support Mr, Day. Rood It an
hellino at cost.
As I desire to change my businc, 1
will sell all of my present One stock ol
Groceries', Canned Fruit, Teas, Coffee',
Spices, Confectionery, etc., etc., for the
next thirty days, AT COST. Tt'is is no
humbug. I mean what I say.
3-27mId. John Tanner,
Cor. of Eleventh it.and Wnghlngton av
TUE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No. 53 Ohio lovee, is the place whoro
ttmy keep tlio frothfft rlsh and game, and
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
found In tbo city. Dinner only twenty
five cents. Open day and night, at nil
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
Go to C. W. Henderson's for Goochs'
I. X. L. Ice Cream Freozors, Water
Cooloia, Hurilcane Lanterns and Enam
eled Grato Frnnti. 3-31-dlin.
Marriage Guide. Interesting work
numorouB ongravings, 224 pages. Price
CO cents. Address Dr. Butt' Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo,
Seo Advertisomcnt. tf.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Wiirnr .i, on tho 2ti day ot Annul, A. D
J8T0, 'ih'tn- II. KIM. nii.J El.ta K.
''r "J e:...,ndI.,l,,'nr..U nri(l OU'l'l
(lijni-d otm Ellis) hl wifr, nt-cmol ni
ai k'OHleilj!((., nnd ile hcfecl t0 jjikn Mc
CAiitryaceriiin murifgcon)lnlo raid Mike
Cnlro, count nf alexan ler, etatu i,r llliuoln. tn
will l.U .Nn, 7 'n Muck Nn. 16. Hnd lot- N 17.
T, '. 1 .l'i . " " ..... 11, .un inn tinii.
vl lt.il Iwo. 1I1I d intercl in lot No. 8. In M(M:k
Nn. 5,l m ihociiyot (,'slro, A!o lou num.
tiered 21 ml !S in Mo k No 01 In tho ltt a Idillon
lo I lit- city cifUuro; too.-nr5 tho iame:itot lo
certain iioinin"ry noto In md tnoitciwo i.
Hi'ribfd, Imlh of i) ten data wllli-m moilem;
onon te for 4 S7ft, f.av' 1- two mnnirm oft. r rtniol
ond tho oth. r r o fur t7 inyat,U. l,ur moniliJ
(Iter duto, hich notn ha 0 a-1 loon pJid. nor
hat eli hor of f nn or any .rt therooi Uon paid.
And ?hcroas, il lit mi, iil-totl m rnii.l rnorraHitu
iht II dofult lie m.lo lu tho pnymout n Ii i
n..tor, nbovo monilonod, or ny lurt llinr.or
aceoriliMK tn the tonor ami ttttrt thoieof the
a:d puriy of tho .ecoi.d pari, ltrhTini aiver.
tio.l hucu mlo for thirty days 8 m
noM.pipcr i-ublli.hed to tho city or
f im. IIinio, may noil the Mid
prcml-ca or a y part tl.Tef, and I) nrhianu
oquily n redomptlr-n ..1 tierld rurnr. .,f
Brt part, at puhlio Tendiio t Iho i.ighoM hi.Mcr
forca.li ,t the -lino appoint! In uon dvc-tl.e.
ment, and upon niaklnu -.uh no, u iho ntt r
noy of pk d i-arilea 01 ihe Hr.t rar-, ,-r In Iho name
01 tho Mid pnyot tho. round purl. ..hill cute
and ilrlirer to tho purchi.or noodnfor !hoi-n..
vey.niceinfeootlli.preiiiUcoaohli And hcreRa
Iho Mid Mromia.r nniea lure i,nt, uor haa
ci-hcoranT fart ihor. ofbo tiidi
N.-.w.lheicf.-ro, 1 fiea.i.i Ml MiCauloy, psrty
of thi .ocon-l -art named I a. hi moiiisi...
-;irinnc ol .ho pn-vi.loni ther.-r an h?tohv
(loi)oiicih-toni tnrday. Myl'h,A H.IbII
betweoo tho li. u - of ton o'l-lmik ,m, nd on-.rl-wk
p. 111 cl that .lay, at tho ir.-nt do.-r rf ihe
Court House, 1 the ruy of Cniro, Alex ndoi
couniy, .lite of llllnoi, I will niter He 1,'tinf
rrounil herein al-.vo docilUd, ml each of
-hem for su e puljl 0 rcn-hio totholniihe.thi.i.
dor forea.h.tn ostia-y aaldn-lei, an. I will ox-,-rule
deed I lo pun hnori, ci.nyvvm a llilo In fro
10 ihe preml-ca old, a. prrvhUd in said mod
,I,KE Me OAl,KV, Morlgigec.
i.recn A Ollbert Altorneti for Mnrlwaitoo,
IOjS-xi Cairo, Aiiril 8, 173.
D 11 Y GOO I) S
FOR SPRING OF 18T2.
HAS JIKKX, AND O0XE ANl DONK IT AO. UN 1
Owlntflo liU lario Mei ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
he foil nil it nAonrv to irin vlti (ha t-'sn.m
Markri Hnl will rlurn within n fw tin) xiu a
Uowihr toeill tho attfntion of !luyr tohl
STOCK OF 0-003DS
lli rood ran not be surpt.ted, an-l he
Funcin n uornpnrieon 01
GOODS .Aisrx) 3T8,XCTi:a
wi'h thow of iny home which you hire beu nc
customed to don with.
Ills atuek will o.n.i.t of
IMINII PtlPLIMN, HII.KN, Pl.AIItM,
ISKPPN .! BI.AS.K AI.PAS'.tN,
And all other .ortiof
SUMMER DllESS GOODS.
lis il.o keepa a Ivgo lck ot Ijifo., Trim-nili-s
r.inbrnl.toriCK, ureal variety of rthawl.,
Llothn and Caaimercs
A.T LOW FIQUEES.
He aim Vop viriotr of Udloa' and children',
shoe and clothli-KOt .11 lit. and price..
riloc full c-mi-leie all tliroiiuh. Call and
osimlno.fur it will pa.
3 IC"' J. nUtlQEK.
The Illinois Central till Koad Com,ua no
oflorf.ir.Hlthc.lollowlnKdcfrllMd lola lo Kir.
Addition to tho City of Cairo, sit :
Uo.l g blk Ifl,5iblflB.
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f e tj, .. 31 w;
" 3 " ;,j .. a,
or lormn.et-:. apply to JAMEH JOHNSON,
'73. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
LA ltd K STOCK.
0 II E C K rf,
S T 111 1 K 8,
KKKTL'CKV J KAN'S, KXTItA,
LA HUE .STOCK OF tiAltK'WtNi:
OIL 0 LOT US,
III LT HANDS,
Ula rail re Nloolt
VERY LOW KI0URK8.
CORNKKUtH T. AND COStStKRCIAL-AV.,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
Jf K II CHAN TSt.
J.,!JL-,fl,o,,, i,nemi. low nPU
.!.--'LV,r '"' volunlnry cmUafoi,,
liwaor Nfmtn. nnvinntniir. ill. r"l
? ?,l,, lmirlenr uii.l ijibr-
I'LL- . .1- 1 oiiiri' nr
HCol V-ellrtlt. Coimin.n.l nl i. . .
I. mii.r .T vr
--nie at the roof, ol tt-amillu lono-i. t ,y
tem, arrest ihndl.ohirKM, ind i-n:prl vmnr-nd
-uersy.llleandTililIt) toiVentiip -n-n. Tn"i
hao cured thon.an-1. nr oa e.. pr Ce 15 i,h.
-ackiM.nl Arc box., and a lar?e lr"!. wt. cr
I. very ImporUDt iu obinnute or old Ja.i'i, or II
perilrm lm. Bni.l l.v ah .i,j, ".V; "r
y?,"'i0,? ,l,uc'l" "I uA ll,r.n,hroy!
KpcciHo llomeopatlnu Med.cua :o , U'i iiji-1
any, r, Y. 1. JJ-l'JIl
" .1.1. Illlrl. llll.lni.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If io, take our a Isicoand paruhai your ticket,
overt-, old rcllabU an-l popular MiiVil'.
en ic IWii lo.p. a inch i. po.ltivciy H e o ,ly line
running Ihreo daily epr..lr.nafroinHl f.c "
Kinaa. Ciy and the ae.tl and l pool ey
the - only lino hl.-h rim. 'ull.,n pa . oiiio.,.
and One day com hof (eapfclally for tno.era)
equippc-l with Mlllor .aie.y MlaifoVm. and tho
.S5'o ' l',0l'Pt Ncbr.aka City, Cnunid 111, rt.
??il?d risl.,iri0i,f chBf ?f Infoin.a.lon in
".".f '"bra.ka. Kan.al.Co undo, Teiaa.aiid
e" or add H. II. thoim loo
V A VJiV.f " ' tc!6e . Commb i. Ohio I or!
M.' r"1.'Brl l'cor Agoi, m. touls,
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Aad AkciiIi of
Ohio Itlvtr ttsssl If mints h
Ne trouM. t, n,wer qUf lt0Bll 3 .ly,
70 Ohio Lvke,
Our Homo Advcrtiscra.
P. i! Sdhuli.
II. T. GEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gaa Filter's and I'ltimber'a malerial, Woo
pump., Kl.ih an. l nriK.H tal,., .tup
cook., chick valvese!!-.
iLfo Aeiar roa
rnlta Ilrollirrw fniriil liry iu .Stole i
in. I Mnreliu-o, Wclla A Co'a Auloin.tio Walo-
ludlcaior and Hiipply Valve for alcam to-Hera.
tVINTKIt's IILOCK. COSISIKhi:lAI.-AVKSU
I0 UlS JORGE N S K N ,
Daalor In all kind-of
STAI'LH AND FANCY
I'armer'a Yard aad nlnbllua; !
without ciiAnnjc. I
Cor. WaahinKton-av. and Twotitielh-M.,
WI.MVi AMD MUtOIIM,
P. M. STOCKFLETII,
t'trr.oa to ronir . nwiri tTH
Rrrtiryrr and Wholrwle llrotlor lu
riirolgn Mad llororallr
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 2 Ohio Levke,
Hhkoopann haml C'niM.ntly lull .Icm-U o
Old Kentucky Hourbon. Kvo and Jlononea
hola Whl-kle., Kronrh Brnd!o, Holland 0!n
Khlneand i;lilorna Wlnea .r-:t"il
WM. II. SCII UTTER,
Iniporlrr awd Mholenle IXnlerlu
TOBACCO &c CI&AB3.
Aeul for the be.t branda of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
luiporim Ales or Dlffrrcsil Ulnda.
75 Ohio Levee,
" CAIRO. II.M.N().
imtog o l
DOURN. a ANSI, ETC
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every deacrlrlion,
LAT1I, SB INGLES, CKDAR POSTU,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Fnrnlihe4 c-a shortest notice.
Coraraercial-av, bet. 10th nnd llrh-Bts..
WAGON M AN UFACTOllY.
For Salo at WLoleculo or ' Rctuil
PORNKIl 32B-STKEET AND Off 10 LKVEk
uoiim t. r. oinilb
i music o.l 4
W. W. THORNTON'S,
ItUILDEHS' SU1TLY DEPOT
13J TKNTH eTRKKT,
OA I HO ILLINOIS
llors, NaaSj, Rllada. Mossldlssara,
Ito U altera, (wood) Wl ado wand ono
rrsmts, flooring, Lath,
NbluKln, Ulaad s, UUioa HM
Ulkta. Ulaaed TraiMUS,
Naah WrlKhta, Rssak PalllM aad Card
llllnd raatsslaca. Rooaac
fell, Hnoaasr Omeal, PlaalorlaK
Faper, Cnriort rlt, Wall
I.orul, LlaaiHl Oil, Auirrlran Window
fllaaa, Kasllah aadfroMto
I'lals ;iaNM, Fully, fllaalcr'a Palala
Newer IMpe I'aSrat S'nlmarya.
Kl Klv., Kir.
AOKNT3 lor Itock Rivel I'apor Cornpiny'a
Vhoaihinv Kelt aad (Juarli Cement,
ii. W. John'a linproto-l ItouOnx ilways ou
NTOVKM. TIMWARK, KTV,
A. II A L h E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Wix. CIlh Wrinpra Voile
War, Coil Hods, FlfjUlioTola, Air (lain.
TIN ZINO, COPPKK AND .SHEET
No. 166 Washington avenue.
rTJ!?0,B'f,.0,,,Un,'l oJJisll kinds of ink
radons at short..! nuiica. " .titljci