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; OFFICE, B-CJXiXiEJa?IDtT BT7XIiX)IiTO-, COB. 12TH STREET WASHINO-TOlir A-VEIsTXTE.
JOHN H. OBKRLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1872.
. BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
Our Homo Advertisers.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, between Wnibingtori
una Commercial Avenues,
I receiving dally new Invoke of
Of every description, and at Peicss Kieiir mi
THE LATEST HTVl.E., "F
SPRING AND SUMMER 0001)3,
LACES OK ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VAI'.DEN GLOVES,
DOLLY YARD EN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN l'ARASOLS, ETC.
Together uilli all the other article kept In
rirat Cl Mlllinery.arid Trimming biore. To
ne old si tin, tty loel iluurr.
"Call and sec hrr No muLlr lo show
M RS. McOEE,
On Eighth Ftrret, between Commercial and Wth
Ingtou Avenue, la (Jalljr receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
I.ATErVT HPHIMi AND HUMMER 1TYI.E.
Ileaidni full line of
ISOiTiTETS fie HATS
(Trimmed ami untrlmmed,)
JIlEMrt I'LOWF.HS. HIBRiiN;, TRIMMINGS
of hi I kind.. Lai-, etc., etc.
7'lr. MeOee has aNo Urge, aaaartment'l o
fancy Arnrle., -rich .
NECK TIKf. COLLAR". UNDERSLEEVK.".
And all oihrartice iiiually found in a
KIRST.CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr, Mrf.ee, In addition to her atoek of Fancy
and l illlnrry (Innd. Iiu a tine and complete aa.
aortmeni ot Cincinnati diatom Male I.adi-a
anil Mii' Shoe and Children' liool., I!Ick
and u Color. Th-e Me acknowledged to te
the lineal and tt hoet in th market, aj.d till"
th only pla-e in the cltjr mat make th-m a
MRS. M. SWAM) EH,
ha opened out an extensive -lock o(
All ot which areentirelv new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIRBONS,
And an elegant aaaortment of
LACKS, rKINOI, Kill GLOVES, HOIERY
and all article usually kept in a rlrat-claa rnil
Mr. Saandir Invite llio public t"i'alland in.
spect her lock, whieh she w ill lake pleasure In
bowing t old a well new culou era.
FIRE AND MARINE
N1A0AKA, . Y.
OKHMAMA, N. V.
HA.VOVKIt, X. V.,
C'ompri.inz the Under rltem' Acney.
VOX K Kits, X. Y.f
IKEMEX VUXK, S '.,
BECUIIITY, X. V.
Stoiei, Dwelling", Furnitiiri', llnlla and Cr
1!',i IliHtired ut ralca B f trtatIin oilod, lr
mmienl uteuritv will nrranU
I reiieotfillly nk of lli cttlten ol Cairo,
MiateoftlicroutronuKe. ( x ,.,,..
The Hulletix job printing i hbttkk
axd CHEA1T.K limn thnt of Riiy ofllco In
t!iu statu of Illinulit. Wo mean wlmt wo
say. Como iintl eo ui I
EPISTLE TO THE BLACKS.
WHAT THE ORIGINAL ABOLI
TIONIST HAS TO SAY TO THE
FROM THE HON.
W'niTriuiL, Jurist, 167.'.
My Dkaii Slit: Your fuvor of tlio
30th ult. Is jut received. I inn jirejiaritig
my npuucli for to-morrow to bo tnadn at
Nlcliolsvillo, pnticlpally for our colored
voteri, to I can but briefly reply to vour
interfiling letter. For this purpoo i de
clined an invitation to tpeuk at tlio great
ratification meeting of Horace Greeley nnd
II. GruU Rjown, vlili:li alo takei place
to-morrow, tlio 3d Inst., at Cooper Inttltute,
In New York. I am gratillcd to bear
from you, or nny colored man, having dc-voti-d
to much of my lifetimn to tlio lib
eration and advancement of tlio black,
that they hav, ierhai, become n hort of
"bobby ' to me. The pre-cnl great ("Rad
ical i party, at Sumner fwho.'o latu ipeech
us telegraphed I (end you;, terms them,
in like the Yankee's knife with n new blade
and a new handle, to thai nltnost nothing
ol it is lelt but tlio name. So far
as the colored Americans are concerned,
they owe nothing to the ! ratil republicans,
It was the old "liberation ' e.lement of the
Cincinnati liberal republicans who
achieved their liberty and osUbllihed their
rights forever in tb- thirteenth, fourteenth,
and fifteenth amendments to tho con
stitution. And Sumner, who denounced
Grant as "the chief ku-klitx1' for altempt
ltii to destrov, by illegally interl'erint;
with San Domlneo and Hnyti, the two
black nations of that island, was the moil
efficient friend the colored people had in
all their pat days of legislation. When
nc elected Lincoln we were in a minority,
Hell and Everett, Douglvs and llreckln
ridge carrying n majority of the votes. So
at the end'of Lincoln's term, although he
had been re-elected wo were not ure that
o had a majority of the people for equal
rights to all, o we tinhippily took Grunt,
a life-long democrat, nnd hater of the ab
olitionists, who, after thu discussion of the
rights of men for thirty years, in ISM
voted for thai old enemy of justice, James
Iluchnnan, for president, who suw blood
shed in Kansas and theclviwar begun to
some black man from the violence of law
less men, but to-morrow, should parties
charge, another president may use tho
sumo power (by precedent inado Just) to
destroy tho liberty of nny black man In
tho south. In n word, vru would placo our
liberties upon tho great and good will of
all parties and eternal Jtistlcc--GrHntk Co..
would join you to u fulling party, nnd
their fato you sham. "They who draw
the sword shull perish by tho sword.1" Ro
wise now, while it l to-day. Turn ye
whv will yo die ' Your friend,
C. M. Clay.
To A. .1. OlIAMIIKUK, Kill.
abetlel it. It seems
vole for Lincoln; pcrhap
HIM '.fKOMlMK AMI HOPES
Tho following is a copy of the olllclul
letter notifying President Grant of his
nomination, which was handed to hltn by
the President of tho Philadelphia Conven
tion U'A.iiiM.roi, June lu.
PiikkIdent Giiaxt, Sik: In pursuance
to .our Instructions wc, the undersigned
President and Vico President of the na
tional republican convention, hold at Phi
ladelphia on the oth und Otli insts., have
the honor to inform you of your nomina
tion for reelection to tho office of Presi
dent of the United Stales. As it is im
possible to give you an Idea of tho enthu
sjusm which prevailed or the unanimity
which hailed you as the cholco of tho peo
ple, u can only add thai you received
Ihu vote of every "state and territory. Re
garding your election as netessary to the
peace and continued prosperity of the
country, wo ask your acceptance ot the
Tlio letter Is tlened bv Thomas Settle.
illegally interfering President, and all the Vico President.
The following is tho President reply
accepting thy nomination -
Wamumjiox, June 10.
lion. TAomat S'.ttU, 1'rtnitlmt fif Phila
delphia batimal Itepublican Contention;
I'aul Mrubaeh, Elihha llaxlrr and olh
Gentlemen Your letter of this date,
advising me of the action the convention
held al Phlltdclphia on the Sth and Cth of
this month, and of my unanimous nomina
tion for the presidency by il, Is received.
1 nccepl the nomination, and through you
return mv heartfelt thanks to your con
stituent for this work, their confidence
and support if elected in November, and
ver, nnu ameu a.iu prolcctt.(, by u kinj providence In health
that Grant did not j d ilren to ,)t;rorm dutics of h,h
rria. rt. if.it nriinv in i . - .
establish slavery forever, and aided and
;s too urunk to i .,, . f,, i nmmuii,.mi,
vote. A. soon as be was made president . ,liV,.,Iln , ,i' ,.,i nr ,i, whnlo
ho put the son of Stephen A. Dougla, the
most powerful ot our enemies, in the mo't
confidential place ns his private secretary.
And went on neglecting our old friynds
who had fought the good tighl and achieved
victory, to put in office our enemies
and eleventh hour men to their ex
clusion, and now he has fallen into the
hands of tho worst men in tho nation,
Hamilton Fish, O. P. Morton, Hen Duller
and Simon Cameron, none of whom were
over Republicans ; and an eleventh-hour
man Is holding the highest-office in tho
dftofthu President (Secretary of State;,
and devotion tp the good of tho whole
I people Tor the lulure of my ouiclal llle as
i shown In the past.
I Experience may guide me in avoidiug
, mi-lakes inevitable with novices In all
professions and in all occupations. When
I relieved from the responsibilities of my
I pre-ent trti't bvthe eKctlon of a successor,
" whether it be at the end of this term or
I the next, I hope to leave to him as execu
tive, a country nt peace with Its own bor-
der?, at pence "with outside nation', with n
! credit at homo and abroad, without em-
bitrafiiiiv' question to threaten its future
protK.-rlly, with an expression oi a uesiro
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
oir. or its advantage..
It rooks quickly nnd more thorotiKhly with If
fire than any other way.
Hood cooked the old way lo one-third lit lt
weight, cooked InthlstUam resel, it only loe
t ne eighth. The savink in Una way will soon
pay lt cost.
root! CANNOT II K 1IUIINKD.
It Will ROIL,
R R O I L,
more perfectly than any utensil ued for either
I,urpo-e now .n use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
D U R A RLE.
Meat stewed, boiled or broiled In this manner
I a a better flavor, nnl la easier digested than
hoj cooked in the old way.
NO KEAR OP UYHPEPSIA.
It mtkea a flrat ilat Cook out f a noor one.
ami a good eook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT IIUY IT 1
Jt in the only iitenil in ue thai warranted
nut lo HI' UN KICK IN C JOKIXO.uoder uy oir-
cu'nMance. Airenta make more money selling
tl.la teaael, than any article In use, lor every In
telligent hotiaekeeper in the country wanta onu.
ANY OXK W'IBIIIXO TO IIUY IUOHTH OK
TERIIITORY POIt Til K PATENT
can calPon or addrea
V. J. RURNETT,
tfjAw Thornton'a Illock.lUth at., Cairo, III.
uirr k.vt r.Ri'itihi'
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
CORNKtl H2D-HTHEET AND OHIO I.EVF.k
PAKKEK & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS, !
Vnity, Benilnr, (Inaoline,
And the celebrated illuminating
BROSS' UUII.DINO, COU. llTH-ST. 4 COM,
Ft' KM l lllti:.
voting in .eos tor uoumau, u ne.,, - d , f bilterlie5S of
for Governor of New ork, years after .... ...... ,.'
feclint: between sections, parties or races
of citizens, and u time when the title of
citizen enrries with it the protection and
privileges to tho humblest, that it does to
the inu-t exalted.
1 -ub-cribe myself very respectfully
I yours, U.S. uiiant.
II. LEVY 4 CO. PAY TIIK IUOIIEST MARKET
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of nrices aid bv II. Low & Co., for
hides, furs, feather, wool, tllow, bees,
wax, and nil kinds of country produco(
Levy i: Co. do a very largo trado in their
line, and It Is a well known (act that lliey
always pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained In this market. They aro now
Mink sa 00 a 1! 25
Wild Cat. .. .
Uoavor, nor pound
U1DKS, PER POUND:
Reof Hides, Dry Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " "
n ' It tl
the war. who aids Spain to keep the blacks
of Cuba in slavery, and whoso son-in-law,
Sidney Webster, is the paid attorney and
hireling of the Spanish King to keep up
slavery and the slnvo trade in Cuba.
Now Greeley is the life-long Itiend of
thu blacks, and has dono a much as any
living man to arbiec their liberty, the !
New York ''Irlbune' defending at Now RAILROAD MEETING.
York mv movement in favor of liberty to . ... . .,, . , .
all, while the New York Herald,' Grant's At a meeting of the c.tiwns of tho town
paper, was doing all it could to have mo , oi Clinton, Ky., held on Saturday, tho Sth
murdered by u mob -, I being shot und of June, 1872, Hon. A. S. Arnold was
stabbed to the lungs ut several times, and ! i0 lhfl clm,r ,ind T t; 1oorUi ap.
onlv escaped bv the providence of God. 1 , . , t.
Gn'clev is also in favor of San Domingo pointed Secretary.
and Hayti s liberty, and tho liberty of the j Tho object of the meeting having been
blucks in Cuba, which Grunt Ai Co. aro fullv explained, the following resolutions
doing their best to destroy. R. Grutz .. ro ofy..,..j lir.j ununimouslv ndontod :
Rrown U also a life-lone; triend of th
felftvu ; a convert ol n boniimeuw lti Jven 1 . , . 'm, i,
tticky! ho went to MiJsour. and joined tho jo- - '
Ireo-soll lienton pun v, who wanten over v . . V, i mi i .1 n. 1
tnan in the Teritorle. free, und wlm, ' ft no.".(0';, f
during .tho war, was .Unionist, and , " V'
for tlio liberty of ull. aim yet rreuericK 1 -,;," ' ,;-. ,, " m
DoiiL-lass. a liulf whltu man, who cot ft ' .''S"""";." "'"'A '.."'"'J..":" .
r? . ,r '.,,, ),, ,i,, i:-f unoirtd, 1 nai ir. 11. u. Jiarie, lion. -.
small office front Grunt, hut whom tjrunt ..,.,',.. M ,.t. Va,. t v' i.....,.
lefuscd to invito to his table with tho other ' Y. VV 1 .f ,.''
Sun Domingo con.inUa.oncn, denounces I ' &ufc.
Greolev und llrown as thougn tnev woro , ; ' '.' r , ,
Pirate Ry tho fourteenth amendment n be nnd they are hereby appointed a com
.... :iJ . r .1.,. 1 1.... ..r ,1,,. i.i 1 milteo to solicit tho right of way uloni;
"S"""" ealil line, in the Statu of Kentucky, free of
Th"e Hrow mid ( 1 t',",ru t0 f"i'd railroad company, and they
nati convention wunt pardoned, as t!i..y ro roquoetcd to enter immed atelj upon
onow willing to give the blacks all their the dtschurge of said duty; to redl ce to
rights; "liberty of ull before tho law,' us ' writing all contracts with individuals for
T i 1..., 1. 1 tho right ol wnv to aid company, and
OUT V. Ilicillllllbl I'liivil'l 111 una ik. , ., . r, , A, .1-.
Ti. Cr.ot to keel, iii office, nro 1 Hon. A. S. Arnold und KM. Ruy, fc.c
luvl,. the m.rtr.1 tho mor kov. who look i ru "Ppointfd a committee to report
ho cuts paws to pull tho ehosfnut. out of , l'r'01' l'' l. .1 n "f i t C"Wy
tho lire. ' Thev seem bent on keeping Up I tho result of the labors of said committee,
ho strife between tho blacks und white. , " other fuels they muv een to the
that thov muv keep in office, and after " T'1 of wl,d ruilruml nnd lllotott"of
"... '.I.. 1.1....1.. ...1.... 1 1.. Lllnton.
awuiie, ne . u.u umc... u, ru ..... . , ,... Tllll( ,,, ra,,mmi ' Diinatch'
and character, they win 11 v witn ( i , i" tr,,tJ
1 . .- 1 o nl till tin. mtvi'ilmmnra nf .1 itnksnn. Ienlie.1-
KtiS:: ' n"d(Cuir(.l llnol, be requeued to
Principal OfEcc 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
TIIK O.NI.V KKI.IAIILE fllPT EXTEIU'RISE
IN THE COUNTRY !
SSO OOO OO
IX VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Xj. 2D. SIWE'S
liith Regular Morthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, UT2.
Two Ghaxd Capitals op
85.000 In Greenbacks I
Chas. Hhoenmeyer. vVm. Schick
CHAS. SHOEN'MEVER k CO.
All ordet piuinptly atten-led to.
NORTHWK!T CORNER OK VAK11INU10N AV
ENUE AXD TENTH ST
O Drawer liM.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OUERLY A TO..
Bulletin Building, corner of 2 2th
street and Washington avenue,
All kinds of Binding and Ruling done at th
Tery loweat ti'ios. Haring engsgeil tne eerti
cea of Sir. HueN, who naa had many yontt
experience inoneoftieet Hlnderiea of rit. Lnti
m atipenntend tnia eatabliihment, we can e
fidently promise our patron work equal lo t
nr Rindery in the weat.
Two Prizes $1,000
Five Prizes COO
Ten Prizes 100
One Horaeand Iluggy with "ilver-Motintetl
lien, Hortn 1r eacn.
One fine-toned Koaewood Piano, worth tMO.
Ten family ewlng machines, worth Sino each.
Five lieaTvcased old hunting watihe and heay
g Id chain worth S each. Five gol i Anier-
u-sn minting wtche iro.th JIH5 eaeh. Ten
!mlirs gum iuntln watchea worth Ilii each,
Eight hundred gold and silver lever hiintinr l
Hatches. In all. worth from $2uto.V(i. L.iJie.
gold leontine chain, geni' gold est cnalna,
eulid and double (tUieil sliver table and tea
poon photograph albjm,Jewelry, etc., etc.
hole number ol gill, CM'U Tickets limited to
Agents wanted to hell ticket to whom liberal
premium will I paid.
ncgie linked) one dollar i eix ticket five dot
lnri twelve Hcketa, ten dollar; twenty-five
I Inulnr- containing a full list of prie, ade.
scrlptionof the n.auner ot drawing, and other
Information in reference lo the distribution, will
bo sent to any one ordering them. All letter
III ii be addreaneil to L. D. SINK, Do I, G,
nrrn i, Cincinnati, O.
101 West 5th liovwAdly
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoali.ed iiy State Authority axd
Drawx in Puiii.ic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class E, to iik Drawx May 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Uutrber nnd ISenler In nil klnila Frali
CoHvra NisrtroTK and I'om.ar Siarrra,
Buy and slaughter ouly the very beat cuttle,
hogs and aheen. ainl prepare J to fill anyde-
iiiknd for freah meat from on pound to ten
thousand pcund. deeiott.
AMI tltlLia IN
Ekihth Street, Between Washixotox
axd Commercial Avenues,
Adjoining KI'lvnhoiiNe) hisiI llaiiny'n.
Keep the bet or Heel, Pork, Mutton Veil
Limb, Siusage, etc., ntl are prepared to Htro
citiien in tho moat acceptihle imnner.
publish tliex) resolutions.
On motion, tlio meeting then adjourned.
A. S. ARNOLD, President.
T. G. Poork, Secretary,
tlio vengeance ol
whom the radical party would have made
their eternal enemies.
First Mow 'ho whole motter I, that
wo are now, wo think, strong unough to
elect, by tho assistance of tho democrats,
an old "iriend of tho blacks to tho presi
dency, and tho blucks, in grutitude,
ought to do It. - ;
Second Theio aro 40,000,000 of whites , DJ, D A iahkeU FOR GREELEY
in too union, nnu, say, uuouv u,uuu,vuu
hlucks, or uhout eight whites to ono blucK.
10 a 15
0 00 ft 7 00
1 00 ft 0 00
60 a 76
l"8J it 'JO
50 a C
GO it 70
25 u i!8
Tho above price list is subjected to cor-
Now, tho whites nro too strong in urnis
nnd in votes for tho blucks, who nre,
therefore, dependent on tho whites for
their good will, mugr.uniuiity und justice
for their rights und liberties. Now we
don't th'.nk it good policy (or thu blacks
with tho Grunt party to keep up abuse und
strife, till tho whites shull learn to hate
tho blacks, for tho weakest must at
lust go tinder.
ThirdNow, therefore, when tlio blucks
will have ull their rigiits admitted by
Gieeloy nnd the democrats, I, us their
life-long frioml, beg them to itccent tho
oiler. Go for Greeley, amnesty and equal
rights to ull,
" I.flt not tho sun go down on your
Fourth Suppose you will not bo per
suaded, and you go with tho Grant men
und you nro beaten, tho National Gov
ernment goes into tho hands of your ene
mies. Whoro aro you 't In the hands of
tho Philistines. I hove not tho time now
to discus, "centralization," " official cor
ruption " nnti " haOeaa corpus suspension
further than lo say that those usurpations
atlect us (the whites) as well nsthu blacks,
uud ir ullowed will take away the liberty
of all. To suspend tho writ of "habeas
corpus" as Grunt is doing, placos thu life,
liberty and property of every man without
trial by jury or having witnos.es brought
face to faco with tho accused or counaoFln
defense, at tho will of ono man Grant.
To-day ho may use that power to save
1 l'ritenf $50,il rf1 Prlieof $ loo
1 " or. 1.1.4MI 9 " of 1,(J
1 " of. lO.taJU 9 " ol Un
I " of 7,60 9 " Of 31IO
4 " of ,!. 9 ' of 210
4 " ol V"J " or l
so " of. i,oj " of iw
l ' of .MS) 11) " of 100
10 " uf 610 50i ' of in
Tickets 510; Half
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, S2 50
Our lotteries are chartered bv the Slate, are
alwai drawn at th lime named, and all draw
ing are unuer llle eupertiama ni nworu coin-mi-.loner.
The oHli-inl drawlnc will be iiubll.ahed in tho
r-t. Loul paper and ft copy cent tu pure)iaer
Wewill draw asliiill.ir clieme the last nay oi
ejery montii during me ear ir;.
Eniron Huhitin. l'leae announce mo an in
dependent candidate lor a legislator in the lower
lloiii-o ot Ihe (ii'iienil Asaembl) ot till State.
A men in Ihe dy ol honest government had
lo announce their i rinclpUa or hobby, a well as
thcmsel, and appear before their contitilent
nud defend them before they could get office, I
believe they ) oulu do o now, and will ay to
the voters of Jackson, Union, and Alexander
counties, without awaiting tho decision of any
man or parly, I am for Horace Greeley for Presi
dent, and 11, nrulx Hruwn for Vice President and
endorse the Cincinnati platform. I am for a free
scrub ntoe nnd nguliiat t.'io ptimary sytem of
electing men to office. I mil sgalnst tho itocit
law- in this county and foi the repeal of the Ohio
Honor lun. , I am lir tho abolishment of the
grand jury lo It low est coiititullonl limits, nnd
Ihe revision nf tho traverso Jury so that Intelli
gent men aliall not be disqualified to sit on il In
case of leloiiy. I am for Ireo trade, fnual
taxation, riial representation, ami honest men
In office, even If I have lo bu -deleaied lo t
Ibnn there, V' A, 'aki:r. tf
Mt, Yukon, III., April 11,
Edihr Caire Bullttm:
UxB Sta Please to announce mo as a candl'
d.de for Clerk of tho Supreme Court, Southern
Ornnd Divlsi.nnl Illinois, The new-constitution
prnvidta that ihe Cle'lts ol thu Suprema Court
shall hereaflrr be eleeleil at the November elfc
tlou, Instead of tho Juue election as lierelore.
The "accessor of the iresent Incumbenla are
lobe elected thla coming fall, hut will not qiullly
until the pressnt term expiio In Uli.
II, A, I), WILBANKS.
Kemilut our rik by iiostoffice money order.
reg'steretl letter, dralt or exprea -end for
P. o, tiux -til
MUltlUV, MILLKu li CO.,
nt. Louis, no
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
Vaiiim,ton Airsn, t'ou, 7ru Srar.iT,
Keep on hand a good asoitment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' ROOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' nnd Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell ut the
VERY LOWEST FIGl'RE.S.
Call and Examine.
They are alan prepared t" supply Lidie ami
(lentlenien with the HKlT OF ftlilli' WOHK, at '
that defy cnmoetnion.
FOR SALE, ) F'TSala t FOR SALE,
' I For Pale 1
WOR SALE. J For alel FOR BALE.
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Loxijcndkriit
Fare from Glasqow,
Fure from Queknstown
'10 CAIRO, it:::::: $48-
LLEN, MULK.EY ii WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J. Allen
John II. Jlulkey
Uamtiel 1'. Wheeler
SHTPartlcular attention paid to river and ad
OFFICE-Ovcr FirlNaiinl flank, Ohio Levee.
4atlord Morris A C
Liverpool .Ncw-YoiU and Phlladrlphia
taora coktiact with t-Mirtu statu .and t-amsu
For Carrying the Mails.
FOR PASSA"gE TIUKETS
ok ri'iTUta ixrotMATiox
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
IS llroadwuy, New. York, orto
Washington Avenue, Cairo, uois. ji
SIGN OF THE
Our Homo Advertisers.
74 OHIO. LEVEK,
Wholesale and Detail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull atock nf Pure Imiga and
HyC E D I 0 1 3ST JEJ S .
For Ihe es"Oti ; alao a lull lino of
And Painter Material generally
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HUIiO, PresldeoU
ROBERT . MILLER, Vice-President
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCIIANOE, coin, bank note and Unit!
States ecurllle boujht and sold.
IssfrrMt Allowed n Tim BtMlta.
'hnrlrcl Misrch SI, IMI,
CITY NATIOKAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. 9AFFOUD, President;
S. 3. TAYLOR, Vice-Preaident ;
. IIYSI.OP, rVoretarr anl Treasurer.
II, Srut aiLrtH,
J. M, Phillim
I t It ALLIDAT,
WATERS THE CITY NATIONAL
Ilo you wiah to receive all the benenefit of
SxjrSARATOGA, N. Y.,
Bar BLUE LICK. Ky
Without the expenae of a trio to thoe reaort.
If o. apdv lo ua. SVe receive tlir-e watera II
rect frm the iiringa, an I are prepared to tor
nish Idem pure, ICE COLU, Freah und l.ltely
nr irhn ulalt In ItatA Ihn irnltt. in lli.i. hnn...' '
can be supplied withSiratog In twttlea HUd Blue n 1 prtp i i
Lick in bottles, keg and oarrela. Call ami get , -"' llVJj,
acircuiar in rearu to tne uie,iicinai virtue ot
tlieae notetl water-,
Aln a complete line of loilel article., im
ported ami Ameriian rtonpa,
rogether with a large .laaortment of Druggiat
l4olta ol nny Amonnt Hea-els ral Irtsaa
Ten Ocnla I'pwnrda.
1NTKKE.ST paid on depailta at the rate ol six
percent, per annum, .March Island Septum
tier 11. Iiilere.t not wiihdrawu is folded Imrae-
I dlately to II e pruiflp.il of the depoaitt, thereby
g'ving them ciniipoiiiid intereat.
I MARR(Kt) WOMEN AXD CHILDREN MAT
( LIEPO-SIT MONET
a.) THAT 10 111 ILJt FAH DaAW IT,
Open every buslnea day from 9a.m. to 3 p.m,,
I and Saturday etenmg lor HAVING DEPOSITb
only, from I to a o'clock,
an in I W. II TSI.OP, Treasurer.
:. lilts, II.I.INOIN.
VV. P. H Al.i.t DAY, President;
tIKNKr L. II ALL! DAY, Vic.-Prasldsnt;
A. II. iSAKFOKI), Caahier;
WALTKR II YSLOP. Aaalatant Cashier.
Htaats Tavlob, lloaiar II. CvxtaaA,
ilcNav L. Haliidat, W. P. Hallidat,
(iro. U Williamsok, Hrirata BiaD
A. li. StrroAD.
KactsnuRr, Cola ssatd Ustltsxl Htalaa
lliinda BooKtit stad Hold.
I F.I-OSITsI received, and a general banking
I bueiness none.
An etlectiisl preventive ot Cholera, Tjphold
Fever, Mnall-I'ox, Scarlet Fever, Jleaaela, Cat.
tie Diaenae. and all ne.titenttHl nnd contaelou
di-esse. It l-pill up Id paallaiard carton, the ORNAMENTAL
lop oi wiriicil t'lilllillll pt-riiirniioii-t, irtim nn-ii
it can bo sprinkled a from a pepper box. Sold
by mhchv linos.
The retail price l 25 cent per package.
(Proceedings of the Hoard of Health Official.)
OrFirc IloAan nr IUsltii, Sr. l.ui'ia.'MI May,
Is!!. The relilent physician Mate that ho h
used, lu the city lin.pilnl, the earlailie neld
imwiler ami find It the bet dlalnfeclnnt and
deafroyer of bug, ant, cotkroache. Ao , ot
which be ha linonledge. Tour committee re
commend the purclm-c of this powder for ue
in the hospital.
(Signed, It. H.O'lllttKN.
Clerk Hoard ol Health.
We arc now lu receipt tf a treh stock of
OOO UN, KAMI. KTCl
IRON WORKS I
ROBERT WOOD. THOS. 8- ROOT.
RORERT WOOD & (JO.
1,1 tR Itl'Uo Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
I -FOUNTAINS- -FLOATING SWANH-
I -STATUARY- -WATER LILIES--
I -DUCKS- -TUUTLES.ic-'
For DecoraUng FountAlns.
1 VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSE?,
I UlUORS, CIIA1US, HETI'EBS, Ac, Ac.
i NEW STYLE WKOUOHT-IRON RAILING for
Front of llou:e ami Cemeteries. Never before
CAST AND WKOUC.IIT-IRON RAILINGS for
riiuiiu nun, lings nun rxmarea, uemeiery LiOti,
and Onrdeu Fence, lUiconiea, Roof Crestlags,
in grei viiriiy ui i-ttuerus,
GREEN & GILUERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Green, t
William B Gilbert, V OA I IK), ILLINOIS,
Mile F.Gilbert, J
aMTSpecia. attention given to Admually and
OKKICK OHIOLEVSit,R00ME 7 AND b OVER
CIT7 NATIONAL HANK.
A victim of early Indlscietlou. rausiuK oorvous
debllliy, premature decay, etu., having tried In
vain every advertised remedy, ha discovered
almnle man'of self-cure, wh.ch he will send
Nassau slreel, New York. ug'.'w4l y
W. W. THORNTON'S,
RUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT'
13J TENTH eTRKKT,
Onorsi, Hmito, Blluda. Sf uuldltKN,
lajv Unttcra, (wood) Window nud lluor
Frtuuea, t'loorint;. Lain,
NbIiikIihs, Glnaed HhhIs, OUaod Nldo
Llsxhta, Olnard Trauaoiua,
Nnab WolKhtN, Niaalt l'ulllea nnd Cortla
mind riiHtenliiips, Hoollnsr j
1'cll, Koobuk IVtiiessI, I'laalerllisi
lnicr, t'isrpcl H, While
1,,-iui, I.luael oil, Auierlcnu Wluduw
Illaaa, Knstllali riiiill rrucll
I'lisle Ulssaa, I'lilly, SlUaler'a fultsU
Nrirrr Plprtt 1'HK-nt Cbliuurya.
AUF.NTS lor Rock Itlvei Paper Company'
Vheathing Felt ami quarts Cemout.
II. W Joha'a luipiovud Rooting always on
Ageuts aunled lu every City, Town aud Conn-
I ty, for Ihe Oorham Linen, Uook ami Card.
Marker. No rlatt One marka tor whole tam-
IHO.N STAIRS, Spiral und tralght, ol various
P.itlern aud atylea, Sjiecial allenliou given thla
cla of work.
LA ill' POS'l, for Fn.nta of Publio Buildings,
Hotel, and City Street, ol Plain and Elaboraie
S I'AllLE FITTINGS, of Catand Wrought-Iron,
of New Improved Style, auch aa Hay Racks,
Stall IHviton, Mng-r, Harnes Bracket, Gutter-,
Trail. Ventll'iionr, Ac.
WIRE WORK of every dearrlption. Wire
Guard of Crimped Wire, Galvanised or Painted,
in t'laiu or Ornamental Patterns, for Store Door
or Window, factory nnd Warehouse Windows,
Itaiiiug for Oltice. Ilauka, Counter Railings,
llalconie, Lawn tud Farm Fences, Ac, Ac.
litTES for tntrance to Cfineterie. Publlo
Siimrc ad tieiitlemen'a Country Seal, of Qa
Tubing or Wrouglit.Irnu, both aicgla and double,
in elaborate JIM almnle deigus,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS), tor street uses. A
very larre ortment of designs exprerslv for
CA-l'-tllON l.'IUNAL BOXES, for public parks
and city Mreem,
OV AL Ahb---, latt stvlee, centennial pattern.
IIIICIIING POSTS. Jockev. Coolla. Sam ho and
MEN WANTED !
EXTRA 1 1) UC EM EN T3I
The Cairo A St. Lotii R. R. Co. want VJ men
at ooce, to wotk on the line ot their road lu
Alexander county, 1mm S to 1.1 miles north nt
PRICE. For station work, light fill, twenty
rent C.'"c.) fe-r y i rd. Chopper. H M) to dol
lar and filly rent per day. Day men on graae,
(J -iA) two dollar and twenly-dve ceals per day.
Hoard I (i per ,-. l'rouiU payment. in cash
gaurnutertl by tr.e Company.
Apply toJuHNMULVKt.Sup'tontne work.
SUTTER tc MERWIRTH,
708 AVASHINQTON AVENUE,
ST. LOU IK, V10.
Stained, Enameled, Emboaaed aaUgreund Olasa
of every descrlplVoa.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION l'AJl TOCUUKCU-WORH..
W Ordet from ail DrU ot the country
promptly atiended U. 5-SI dAa Saj;
i.y, Addiex A. 31. KIUIMUIBOX, UI West
'dtou Struct, Vhu.e! S-ln eodlUA,"
WO0D1 WOOD-U WOODM
Itie iiAdaraigaad 1U raraltk,
HAKD AND DRY WOOD
h u any tseod dealer la Caira. Leave erdeal
qo the alMaa al th VuatoAu atvl At Hoae' ao4
1 iaia,uav"iiiHiaivtM ,, wvnaaai ,Mq
I twelfth ttreeu, Cairo, Mttnota 1 live aeer
I aufiu-tt DKNKUs HALEY.