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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1872.
JOIIH OBBKtr, FMM and rublnner
Arnu. 25, 1872.
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TpTpOlLAR WKIKLY BULLXTItf.
iskt H. Oberly A Co. bat redaced the nb
MrMiea pnee .r the Weekly Cairo Hull-tin li
qih IMlar fr nmm. maklni it the ctaeepeat pa
troMIhel tnfnMhern llltnoia.
TBI Missouri' Dumocrat' ca)U the
Llbsrals "the Cirjclnnatlans."
The Virginia Liberals aro anxious to
bar 0r. Walker placed on the Davis
Ucltst, In the position of tlco-prcsidcnt.
Tub Cincinnati Commercial' thinks
tbat Mr. Cbatlet Francis Adamr, "with,
'out too much platform r too much vice
'president at his back," would he a good
candidate for president, with whom the
Liberal Republican would carry the
ii .1. -
Senator 3Iorto.v hai l?en disloyal
enough to intlmalo that the nominee ot
tbe Philadelphia convention might mako
a better run in tho campaign ii he woro
not named Grant. "What rank treason ie
this to tho hero of Vlcksburg, to tho tav
lor of bit country ?
WlTU fROI'KH management, tbu state
of Pennsylvania will go largely fyr the
liberals. Tho "ring candidate." Qen
Ilartranft, is very unpopular, even with
the I'.rong supporters of tho admintttra
tion, and Furnoy says " it will require a
' superhuman effort to elect him."
Behatok Fkmtok, whoso position i
relation to existing political complications
hat been not understood, has declared
unequivocally for the Liberal .novemcnt.
and publishes bis determination to sup
port tbe nominee of tho Cincinnati con
venlion, whoever they may bo.
. How Taw "World is Given to Di
0MX8TT! Even tho Reform Lcgisla
ture of New-York hath an itching palm
"Indications," says a telegram "are daily
multiplying that "tho legislature which
was elected in the reform interests is as
'oorrupt as any of its predecessors."
Gov. Falmkb, since his last conversion
to a&tl-Grantlsm, has boen suggested as n
proper man to be the' Liberal candidate
for president, but be does not aspire to that
sigh office now. He is niou, no doubt,
to boost Trumbull into tbe immortality of
the presidency so that ho may warm Trum-
bull's place in the Senate.
Gov. Palmer' Private Secretary
has btn at Cincinnati, and roports that
great preparations aro being mado for tho
Liberal BepubJJcan convention. Ho alto
reports that tho chances for the nomine
tion are in favor of Palmer. "We should
not object to have tho Palmer flag float
over our head. "Wo bcllovo it would suit
us to a T.
London financial circles comes tbe report
that Russia Is at tho back of Franco in
preparations for nn aggress! vo war against
Oermany on n glgantln scale. European
capitalists aro acting with caution, and re
gard tho future with distrust. Tho bank
of England is using its best effort to dis
courage speculation nnd strengthen its
own condition. Franco still owes Ger
many tlx hundred million dollars, which
holds as security six oastorn departments
of France, with about 40,000 men. If
Thiers should make up his mind tho tlmo
had arrived, it is in his power to throw
against this forco with suddenness an
rmy of 150,000 roon. Reports received
n Berlin from German Agents in France
assert that Thiers has actually 485,000
men under arms ready to move, excol
lently drilled and toughened by life in
uts nnd in the field. This is raid to be
fact about double tho cffectlvo forco
with which Napoleon began tho last war.
As to an alllnnco with ltitssla, Thiers, In
his adjournment speech, claimed France
as allies, but paid no attention to an in
terruption by n member who asked who
these allies aro.
Gladstone. A London dispatch,
dated 2 2d Inst., says the London 1 Daily
' Times ' asserts that it is possible that be
fore the close of next week the present
Gladstone cabinet will bo dissolved nnd
succeeded by a conservative ministry, and
that a genoral election for mcmbors of
parliament will take placo during tho
latter part of tho summer.
The New York 'Post' suggests to the
Cincinnati convention as a ticket which
would challenge the support of a large
majority of tho American people, Charles
Francis Adams for president, and Ly
man Trumbull for vico president. This
would be a ticket of immense strength, but
would Trumbull play sccond-flddlo to
Adams or any other man ?
The Announcement or Mr. It. A. 1).
WllbauV.' candidacy for tho offlco of clerk
of the Supreme Court, Southern Grand
Division of Illinois, appears in tho col
umns or ihe Uullkti.v. yf0 doubt if
Mr. W. will encounter any opposition at
tbe polls. Ho is so gouorally recognized
as the man for the place adapted to it and
It to him that the probabilities are ho
will U allowed to go in again without ft
contest. A more competent man could
not be found ; and, oven If ho should have
apposition, he will secure a re-election
without any great amount of effort.
Gov. Uullock, tbe thief who lately oc
cupied tbe gubernatorial chair of Georgia,
has been oscillating between New York
and Canasta. Sometime ago a warrant
was issued for Bullock's arrest, nnd Gov
Smith, of Georgia, made a requisition to
Gov. Hoffman for the culprit. Gov. Hoff
man objected to tho affidavit; it was
mended j Gov. Hoffman objected agaia;
Gov. Smith then became indignant and
telegraphed to bis agont In Now York
that be was satisfied Gov. Hoffman did not
mean todalfverup the fugitive from Just'ce.
Finally, Gov. Hodman approved the re
quisition j but tbe bird bad flown. The
Atlanta, (Ga.) 'Constitution' says: "The
'delay over the papers were to give Hul
Mock time to flee. Gov. Hoffman, as the
ease now stands unexplained by blm, Is
' U dewsglng reflections,"
fj fcttweeu Oermany and Vnuc
ANY BODY TO BEAT GRANT.
Many of our democratic exchanges, in
their zeal lor tho defeat of radicalism, de
clare onu sentiment to ho uppermost
"anybody to beat Grant." Now, this Is
excellent, so fur its it goes. Grant has
been tho "hend-centro" of tho radical
party, nnd hs such has aroused tho oppo
sltlon of tho better clement of his own
party, and arrayed it, with tho democratic
party, almost as a solid body against him.
But Grant, as n member of the radical
party, Is no worso than Morton, Harlan
Conkling, Chandler, Ben Butler, or n host
of others who might be named. Being
president of tbo United Stales, his capac
ity for mischief is grcator, but if, instead
of Grant, Ben Butler occupied tho position
of president, , or Morton, or Harlan, it is
almost a positive ccrtuiuty that tho politi
cal situation would bo unchanged. Theto
aro the friends and advisers of tho presi
dent, and he only follows tho path they
lay out for hitn, and this wing of tho lte
publican party has called and will control
tho Philadelphia convention will nomi
nato its. candidate and uso eupor-buman
efforts to elect him. Supposo tho Pliiladol
phia convention, unoblu to shut it eyes to
tho growing unpopularity of Gon. Grant,
concludos to r.oniinalo some one olso?
What then becomes of tho cry, "anybody
'to beat Grant 7" If tbo nominee ot tbe
Philadelphia convention should, unfortun
ately for tho country, be olected, whether
It bo Gen. Grant or any othor prominent
radical, tho only chango in tho policy now
pursued by the dominant party will bo that,
emboldened by success, it will plunge into
deeper excesses than before. Tho aim of
tho democrats and libural republicans
should bo to defeat tho nomineo of tho
Philadelphia convention, who will be the
nominee of tho republican party proper,
and who, In the presidential race, will per.
sonato tbe dishonesty, tho peculation, the
mismanagement of radicalism as it has
beer, exhibited in tho administration of the
last three years.
are vou are you not taking a llt'.lo lust
a little too much for your own good?'
"No, sir. not at all,' Wat the reply. 'I
know mvii'lf thoroughly nroll Mr ilhnmn.
son, and can gauge myself to a hair. I
havo had somo experience In ihean mat.
tors, and I havo discovered about brandy
good French brandy this remarkablo
peculiarity ; that It la least injurious when
you fill the glass as nearly lull as puss!-
in iuuitiit went pivnuiiy un
till tho tumbler was full to tho very brim.
'Nuw k drop just n drop of water, if you
"me drop or water it was barely moro
than that was added, and then, to
Thompson's aniazoment and horror, Poo
drained his glass to the bottom.
"lie lingered a while, and Thompson,
fcarinc tho brandy miitht tell tinon his
distinguished guest after ho got Into tho
street, suggested, as adroitly and respect
fully as bo could, that a few moments of
reposo on tho sofa might be of service to
'"Oh. no I' said Poo: 'toil need have no
fears for me. Tho brandy is nothinc. I've
already had thirteen juleps; and now I
think I'll step across tbu way nnd get my
"Lxtondlna his hand in farewell, ho
bowed stiffly and was gono."
Dr. M , nn army officer, was very
fond of h joko (unless perpetrated at Lis
own expense,) and hnd, moreover, u great
contempt for citizen soldiers who were
more renowned for their courago than
their scholarship. Ono day, at men, after
tnu decanter had pcriormed sundry per
ambulations of tho table. Cant. , a
bravo and accomplished ofHcor nnd a great
wag, rumarxuu to tnu tioctor, who had
been somewhat Hovero in bis romnrks on
tho literary deficiencies of seme of tho
"Dr. M , aro you acquainted with
Copt. 0 ?"
" loj, I Know mm wot'," ropilcd tho
Doctor, " ho is onu of tho new set. But
what of him 7"
" Nothing in particular. I have jut
received a icttor from, him, and I will
wager you a dozen of old tiorl that vou
cannot guons In six guesses how ho spylli
" Dono ! It's a wager.1,
" Wull commence gucflmr," said S .
K, it double t, "
" K, a, doublet, u.''
' K, n, t, e."
" No 1 try again."
" C. a, double t, o.'
"No, you havo missed it again."
" Wis! I. then. " rutumed
Having removed my boot and shoo shop
to the north sldo of Eighth street, between
Commercial avenue and Ohio lovco, oppo
site my old stand, I invito all my cus
tomers to call on me In my new quarters,
wlioro I shnll keep on hand and manufac
ture all kinds of custom-made boots and
shoes, and guarantco In the future, a 1
havij dono In tho past, to give good work,
good slock, good fits nnd perfect satWfac-,
tlrn. Pim.Lir Bai;oii.
Mrs. Anna Lang, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has just received n fine spring tock
of millinery goods, conslting of hat, bon
ncU, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
alio asks the attention of tho indie of
Cairo. Mrs. Lang will tnko pleniuro in
showing her goods to all who will favor
her with a call. 3.5Mm.
SELLING AT COAT.
As I deslro to change my business, i
will sell nil of my present fine stock ol
Groceries, Canned Fruit, Teas, Coffees,
Spices, Confectionery, etc., etc., for tho
next thirty days, AT COST. ThW i nn
humbug. I mean what I say.
3-2'mld. John Tanner,
Cor. of Eleventh ft. and Wagblngton av
Go to C. "W. Henderson's lor Goochs"
I. X. L. Ico Cream Freczors, Water
Coolors, Hunlcano Lanterns and Enam
eled Orato Fronts. 331-dlm.
Makkiaok Guide. Interesting work
numeroua cngravlngi, 221 pages. Price
CO conts. Address Dr. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Loum, Mo.
S'o Advertipomont. tf.
11 U, a, doubio t."
" No, that's not tho way I try uptin i'.'s
your last guess."
"C, a, g, h, t."
"N, that s not tho way. Vou'vo lost
your wager, " said S .
"Well, said tho Doctor, with much
petulance of manner, "how does ho npull
" "Why. he spells It c, a, t, '' replied
S , with the utmost gravity of manner,
amid the roar ol the mess, and almost
choking with rage, tho Doctor sprang to
his feet, exclaiming:
"Capt. S , I am too old a man to bo
trifled with in this manner!"
TUB CORN TRADE.
I From the Mew Orln Times, Ap'il 19th.
The sales included a bargo load of H3,
000 bushels in bulk, taken for Liverpool
at A8c i bushel, delivered on board ship.
Wo also hear that there havo been other
sales to tho extent cf nearly CO.000
bushels, all the particulars of which bave
been suppressed by both buyers and sell
ers. It can bo shipped to Liverpool at ed
by sail and 8d by steam, and it seems to
us important that theso facts, uud tho
movement they have excittd. should be
promptly publishod as nn inducement to
western hoidors to forward what they
iihvo in spare tor export as rapiuiy us
possible It is said that tho sales in bulk,
not reporiea, wore aiso av bis;, and that
the movement has been aided by a reduc
tion In river freights.
ll'nder this rlhr prosslr hflln! a wnttr
who s hob himisll IIsioij GlvnJon. uy this
f rtcoful OAtheilc tribute to the memory ot Joaeph
Mezzini id the itst niimlror 1 Iltrprr Wrek
Alight Uout inlUh
A liulilcu tonuueni fiirpit tlme ;
Wi watched ItbuinlnK lung ana Ion,
And eTery watcher knew itn nine,
Ami anew Hum wheuce lit Cnvcr eeine
That one rare litjlil ot Italy,
Which put eelT-neckluKa.uU to ihsmet
Thlft light which burneil for Italy,
Through all tlio bUcknria or her nlkl,
BIih ilouut U, ouce upon a time,
Uevauae II touk away her mIr-IiI.
Mhe look nu.l naiu), There la uo light ! "
It waa Ullue e)e, pojr Italy,
That knew bot ilark au from brlsht
The light which burned tor Italy,
It woultf uol lit her tielera eltep
They blew at It w tn aoj ' breath,
And or.iy (ed iti upward leap,
And only in.de it hot and deep :
Ita burulnii lio;el ll Italy,
Aim all the hopes alio had In keep.
Tlua light Is out Id Italy t
Iter eyea (haliaet'L lor it la tain.
t her weet take it (prnt lUe.f,
loo early dickering to itn wane
loo Innc biowu oier by her pain.
ilow datfii and moan, O lt.ly I
Thou canst aoi kiuul It again.
Mr. Vsa.Nox. In.. April II. Ie7.
Editor Cairo tlulltlmt
Utt Hu I'iCa-o to announce mo as a csndl.
date for Clerk of tho fe'upreine Court, Southern
OrandUitlM.nol llli.ole. Thenewconatiltitloii
proviiita that the Cle.ka ol the Hupretne Court
i, elected at the Notembor elec
tlou, tnatead of the June election aa l erelore.
.iir .umimroi me preaent inoumbenta are
toba elected thia coming fall, but will not quahly
until the prrvnt ternm expire In 1S73.
It. A. D. W1LIIANKS.
ANECDOTE OK THE
A KEMAlUvABLE PKCULIauitv
Here 1 a racy anecdote about the Foot
Poo from tho number of Llppincott for
May. John It. Thommon succeeded !'....
as editor of tho 'Js'outhern Literary Messon.
ger.' Ono day the late editor called on
tils successor, and buforo trolni? uwav
t.r i . ti i i ... i , "
himi.'u ma iiuivii u u roum give nun some
thim; to drink.
"Indeed I can,' said Mr. Thompson.
iMM.-ft ...III I
t iiai win jou imvo i
inat depends upon wliat you ve got.'
''Thompson onumurabadanvnral lilmfa nf
wine, wnisky, and French brandy, com
mending tho last a very superior.
'Foe chose brandv. Sn lectin, i.,.ni.
lor of ordinary sisc, ho lifted the docantor
with u steady bund and beiran La nntie..
one finger, two flngors, tbroii fingers four
fingers, five I
"Thompson became alarmed. 'Excuts
my seeming loclvllity,' said he; 'such it
really Is nut, I asturo you; but, Mr. Foe
ax rrrxcTivE weai-ok.
Mr. Lay, of .ho navy, has invented a
topedo, which is now bcloro congress, and
for which ho asks one hundred nnd fifty
thousand dollars, provided it docs all hu
claims for it. Ho proposes to bo able to
sond it out two miles ut sea, keep it under
poricci control irom inesnoro by electric
ity, nnd diiect it under a ship and blow it
up, or let it proceed one mile and cause it
to return without exploding, showing tho
perfect control ho has over the internal
machine. It is proposed that a board of
naval officers shall exatr.ire it and certify
that it has all the merits claimed. If wha't
is said of tho machino is true, it will create
a completo revolution in naval warfaro
and provldo anothor means nf defences
ngainst a foreign invasion. Ax naval of-
ncors would have to uso it in time of war,
they oppose its adontinn unlnvi mint twr.
feci tests are mado by experienced officers.
The last cousin mattes the population of
uujiau imriy-uvo minions, witn n standing
army oi auvuiuy-uvo thousand, utid a re
6orvo of seventy-nine thousand the same
lormeriy eno million. They ri French
in accoutrements and tactics. Tho whole
army gives the total military rcnroienta.
lion of about two thousand Irom each of
tha soventy-suven Htatos into which Japan
is divided. Several men-of-war havo beer,
added to tho navy, and one, which a short
time ago wus completed in England, will
sail for tho United States in a few weeks.
It will bo the first vestol of tho description
that lnu ovor left Japan font foreign port.
Now Bedford Standard.
EXPENSIVE "I.AUOIITKK AMI AI'I'LAUHE."
It lin bpnn iinrtirttitn.l tl.n
thousand fivo hundrtil dollitrR lias been
paid during tho past thirty year for
printing tho slnglo word "laughter" in the
llilin,i,klnn.1 fll,.,... I 1. I . .
T .ie.r "'T' V presumed
that ir tho computation ulso covered tho
" , "n'uu, iiiu amount would bu
triplwl or Quadrupled. Tho most curious
partofthohuslnesslstho fact that a con
slderablo portion of tho amount was naid
for "aptilaujo and laughter ' intorlafdod
In spoechos that wero never dolivercd but
which woro printed by consent, their aul
thors boing allowod to insert tho "ap
plause," etc., whoro in their opinion it
..w.w uluii i.i;ii imii tnu speech
really been delivered. 'Detroit Tribune.'
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodato tbu public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lowor
rates than any other first-class houso in
thecity. The rooms aro all well fur
nlahcd, light and airv. cood ini
for tho accommodation of Cummorcial
agents. The houso it located in tho ecu
tor of tho business part of tho city within
ono equare of tho pint ortlcc. f.n.tf
TUB LITTLE KEXTUCKIav
No. 63 Ohio lovoo, is lht nlaee wh...
thoy keep tho freshest fish and came. an. I
the finest wines, liquors and cigars, to be
iouna in the city. Dinner only twonty.
live cents, Unen day and nleht. at all
hours. J. E. PARK. Pronrletor.
Delicious Creatures This is tho
plirato applied by His lUuckncs", thu
Moor of Venice, to tlio fair ladies ot Italy.
It wait tho lovely complexion of Dclenu
na, suii a radiant contral to bis own, that
won his heart ; and sooth to fay, every
man of dlcrnmcnt considers a fair skin,
llko a sweet voice, "an excellent thing in
women." Now this is a charm which can
bo acquired Tlicro is a healthful and
odoriferous toilet nrttclc, known every
whvru as llagan's Magnolia Balm, which
HtcruHy transfigure it cloudy or nullow
skin, suffusing tho discolored fate, neck,
arms and bosom with a soft, penrly tinge,
and imparting to thu surface asmoothncss
and n gloss like that of polished marble.
Instead of clogging tho pore?, liko tho
sticky enamels, or contracting them, and
thu obstructing persiration, liko tho as
tr'.tigcnt comcstlc?, it cleanse the skin
from nil Impurities and wonderfully im
proves its texture. This peculiarity is par
ticularly appreciated by our rural belles,
who find that tho coarseness nnd rough
ne?f, which country air Isnptto engender,
aro speedily removed Irom their faces,
hands and arms, by tins delightful prep
Ik you feel dull, drowsy, dubllltatud,
huvo frcqnont headache, mouth tastes bad,
poor appetite, nnd tonguo coated, you aro
sufforing from Torpid Liver or "Bilious.
ness," and nothing will euro so speedily
and permanently in Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. Sold by all druggists.
Infahtb. Tho most Irritabio and rest-
less of these tender lltllo household Inula
aro charmed as It wero Into quiet and
sweet repose, by using Mrs. Whitcomb's
Call and exumino for yourself. Tl,
patronage of tho pulic is solicted. The
City Shoe Store aro havinc a eroat run
for Brolaski's lino goods, which thoy aro
selling for less than common eastern io.id
aro sold elsowhcro. Don't fail to examine
their stock which is completo and stylis
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE.
Willi.:. , on tho SMh day ol Annual. A. I)
lato, Ih-ma. II, Kill, and Khza Kills
hla wile, and Henry II. Kl la, and Ottil.vl.'
Mgned Otlio Klhaj hla wifr. executed and
acknowledged, and dcltered to Mike Mc-
li r! "'unifaKe conveying to naid Mike
.nvnuir; iTiiuiuiriti vn taiH aiiuaiH I n tile city o
Cairo, county nf Alexan ler, atate of llllnola. to.
wm l.nt No, 7 a block No, 15, and lota No 17.
,. . '.. . " 1., anil ino linui
Tinea two'tni u intereat m lot No, a. in block
.'"f. n ciij-ui niru, a:o iota num.
terel 21 anil 2b Id Llo k No 91 In th. 1., .
to thecity f.fUiro; toaocure the paimentol two
ccr am ptnmiaaory notea In raid mongage de.
acribed, both of cren date with aanl moitiage
one n..te for 1873, paval le two months aftrr date!
and the othf r rp e f..r $87 payablo f.,ur monlhi
after dale, which note, ha e nM been paid, nor
ham A IhAP nf ItiAn. no una vine. si . . ' ' .
n'.l,.,.'r,'R,'.'.l, "l'''"ledin aaid morlKBo!
that It default lie mado in the payment n all i
n..le, above mentioned, or any part thereof
afcording to tho tenor and eltect theieuf. tho
.,,, , nrrcuuupnri. miernarinsadrer
tiHed audi sle for thirty data m a
unwepaper puuuancil In Hie city of
..-..w, iiuui, may aeii tne Slid
preinle or any part th. reef, and II right and
eniilty ol redemption ol tbe aald partie. nf the
Jrt part, at public vendue tn I ho liigheat bidder
forcaah at tho lime anpotnied In uchadcitlae.
tuenl, and upon making euch aale, aa the att,.r.
ney of aa'd uartieaoi tfm nrat nan, nr in the name
ol theaald parly ot thetec..iid part, shall exeruto
and deliver to the purchaier deeda for the con
yysnoeinfceol thnprcmiaeaaold j And whereaa
the aald promiaanry nolea havo not, nor has
ciiheroranv partihenefhee. raid !
.W, Ihriefure, I tho aai.i Mike SloCauley, parly
of ihi aecond rnrt named e and inoitgaie. u
nuratlance of ,he nrnvlalnna ihr.r "
Klre notice that on H.tiirday. May llf'h, A. H, l7J.
between the houra nf tn ..! ... I ' '
nclk n. m, ol thatday.atthelrontdoorofihe
Court llonao, ir the rlly or Cairo, Alex.nder
county, atate of Illinois. 'l will oiler tie Intaof
around herein almve deaciibed, and each of
Iheni for aa eat public vendiw to the higheat bid
der forca.li, to autialy aald nnlea, and will ric
rule dceda to piiroha.ers.uiuvevniK a title In fee
lo tho premises aold, aa provided In aatd mort'
lire en A Oll'wrt, Attorntya for Mortnairee.
WJ'JW Cairo, April a,
.J. 5 Klooiuy atlrndnnla, low ami
.12l,.r,)"''2' P'rm'Horrliu'i., loasj ol
.. rriins rttrei lis Slum.
atiergy. Ille and rim J",?t. Z m.l ? Tne,
hao cured Ihouaands' of ca e 1'n""' j To,
pack, go, ol llvetajxe. and a larire Uxll , Vhu"r
l v( y Important lu nbatmain ni,i ..,.Jri...ri
wr.iingl. box. Sold by all .Initial: Taj sen
by mail on uoelpt o prlte. A. ihim .hrev!
Hpec.flo llomeopathlc' MeUlciai Ja ' MttXli
auKiad.owawly Ajf, DatrJ. llltnol.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
Ifsp, take our advice ami purclitsa yourtlcket.
over I n old reliable, and popular MusoVai I'a.
,.r.!f1i.,.,!5'M0 w.'"ch " PoViirtJ .1. only' lint
to Kanaaa C ly and (he weatl and 1a tvi.ltiL.iv
.ld0n"!,e whlr" ':"nn pail Hlr.
and . fine day coat-ner. (cap-clally for movorsl
2 tn't'Tt Lr a'7 l-laiforw. and" be
K rDV!''ti' brake. From Hi. Loin, to Kanaaa
oii 1 81 ou'.lwrence, Uavenworth, Aichi-
reaaid to ilm. . J.T t" "t" ' mi"'maiiou id
H a Void ' till? n- B Coiumbus. Ohio t or
t.A. rord, General I'aaienger Agent, Bt. touts!
" ,roul'1 10 "tr pji(.Bi J.CwIy.
Our Homo Advcrtieera.
KRAI. KKTATR AOKNdV.
(!. WIN8TON & CO.,
REAL ViSTATE AGENT
71 (tiKCO.NII KI.OOR) OHIO LKVf.a
!A mi 1,11.1.-.,
HUV AND JjEI.I. llKAI. HrlTATK,
PUHN18II ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
i t pretare Oi erevaneea of Kloda
Our Home Advertisers.
B K V ii J m H.
ciua. s(uoraattta. williau actuca
CFIAS. SCHOENMEYEH k CO
I'ICTUKK PK AMINO.
All order promptly attended to.
NOKTIIWKST COHNKU OK WAall IMITO.V AV
KSVK AMI TKNTII fiT.,
I'. O. Drawer 129.1. anMf.
DRV UOOD N.
I) in GOO I) 8
FOR SPEING)F 18T2.
II AM IIKEV, AND OOVK AX1 UONK IT A (IAIN !
Ua inc. to Ilia lar(e aalea ol
FALL AND WINTEU GOODS
he found it neeeaarv to attain vlalt th Ealern
Market and will return within few dayi witn a
hasdaome atock n
He wiahea to call the attention of llityera tn hla
very complete, large and carefully ftia-lete-'l
stock: of q-ooids
His ssooda can not be aurpaaaeil, and he
solicits a coinparUon of
with Ihoae of any houae which you have Iweo ao
cuatcme.1 to Seat with.
Hi stock wlllcr.naiatof
IKIN1I POPLINN, RII.HN, PLAID,
ttEPPN AND BI.AS H AI.PAf'AN,
And all other aorta of
SUMMER DItESS GOODS.
He alao keepa a arK atock ol I.acea, Trim,
rnlnjc r.mbrnl.lerlea, a reat variety of Hhawla,
He alao keepa a varietv of ltdlea' and chlldien'.
ahoea and clothlnR ol all ait. a and pricea.
rttncKfullan.. rninpleteall throunh. Call and
..uiii.r,.u( 1, win pay.
3-,6,f J. IlfltGKR.
The Illinois Central Ra I Road Comp.ny now
7,i!.nf,r,."l't,ne..',0,lowlnKle"crbd' lota in htra
Addition to the City of Cairo, via :
Lot 27 block 20. ,ot 21 bloelt 2.
" IS " 20, J7 ,1
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" K " 31 m'
" 3 " i, 32 " li.
orlerma.ete. apply o JAMES JOHNSON,
FORWARDING a.vu COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
AuJ Aiceuia of
Olslu Rivar asstl Kisuawba
70 Ohio Levee,
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
PR I NTH,
8 T R I 1' K S,
KKSTUCKV JKASa, KX1 Hi,
LARUE STOCK OF CaRI-.'-'.TINO
Ilia Kssllrej Nlavrh
VKRY LOW KIOURKS.
CORNKR StH T. A.VK COM M EKt.'I A L-A V.,
Our Home Advertisers.
II. T. GEUOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
i li ra ii
fia Kitter'a anil l'lnmlr'a material, Woo
PUInpa, Klnl.e and anK.e valraa, atop
rocka, check valvea,tlc.
A Lao Aurar roa
TulU Urolherw Pnlrstt Dry (laa Mele r
And Moreheuae, Wella A Co'a Automatic Wato
Indicator aiidbtipply Valve for ateam bollera.
WINTKR'S Ilt.OUK. COMMKRCIAL-ATRKU
LOUIS JORGE N S E N ,
Iiealer Is all kind or
STAPLE AMD FANCY
farmer's Ysirat msb1 Htabllssa
Cor. Washington-av. and Twcntieth-n.
W1MBM AMD l.ltlCUHIJ.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
arccrtana to ruHia a To. iritia
Mvelirr nail Wholesale Dealer In
rurrlfjn nnat Otiniealle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. CH Ohio Lf.vf.k,
HKkeepaon hand conalantly a full alock o
Old Kentuckv Hourbon, It in and Vononca
nela Whlaklea, French Brandlea, Holland (ilo
Rhine and California Wine l.tiratl
WM. II. SCU UTTER,
Impurter auil ntiolekMle Ueatler Isi
TOBACCO Ac CI&AR3.
Agent for the beat hranda ol
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
IniiMirfed Alra or UIMrreal Ulutla.
75 Ohio Lkvek,
" CAIRO. ILM.NOIS.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every deacripliuu,
LATH, SHINOLKS, CKDAR POSTb,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished oa shortfst notice.
CommeroiaLttv, bet. 10th and llfh-sta.,
P. G. Scliuh.
DOUKH, .ANSI, ETC.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
18J TKNTn STRXCT,
Ior, Maak. Bllssda. MossIsHmk,
TCssllrrs,(wXMl) Wlssdctwstsssl Uom
Prssssac), riA'aSsa;, Lath,
NtilsiRlca. (ftlased Hash, ohsrl Rid
I.lgkla, Ulaard TrssssMsssa,
Naali WelgkU, HsmIb Pnlllr and Cord
Blind rrusUsslsssra. RovSns;
Fell, Rooflnsj Onril, PUaterina;
I'arier, Carps t PHI, Wtslt j
lart, IJnaetl oil, Amrrlran Wlssdttw
lllnaa, EnKllan andFrraeb
Plnlr Ulaaa, Puttjr, UlaaUr'a Palut
Rcwrr Plnra Patent Cblnneys,
Etc., Etc., Kir.
AOENTH lor Rock Rlvei Paper Company1
Uhealhinft Felt and Quarts Cement.
II. W. John' Improved lloofln always ou
NTSIVtX. TINWAKE, EIX',
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
For Salo at Whoksalo or Retail
CORNER 32U8TRKBT AND OHIO IZVtl
11 If M. P. VaUULB
Tin anj Hollow Ware, Clothes Wrinvera Voile
'.ie, vuai lioua, -nK;iiwrvia, Air liaWta,
TIN 55INO, COPPKK AND SHEKT.
IRON WARE. 7
No. 166 Washington.avenue,