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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY 7, 1872
THE BULLETIN.
JOHN 11 OHEIthY, Elllorand Publisher.
SUNDAY
JULY 7, 1872,
tSuhitrlptlon,
O, t week, bjr canter, ............
imevcarhy rarrler.ln advance.
'te i.ooin by mII
Three month",....... ..-
y v monthi, ........ ....
1 ycsr. ........... m
to
itiKHItUttlllO Wl
el)M
7
.12 25
... 4 ii
,.. 8 00
THE lMLLAtl wnr.KtY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly A Co. nuve reduced the tub
aerleimn pricn ntlhe Weekly Cairo lliilletln In
i Oaf AMr imuMiJM. inaklnir 't me cheapest pe
rrrMhf"i uio'llliTn llllnnla.
( liirml VAianr.llnr I alllrn tlt.bnnnraliln
t.ua, vn. . t l 1 1 u u.a ..w.a v. v . v
cither to demand wlint Is not ngbt or sub
mil to what la wrong.
"EVERYBODY IJSYITRD."
13. For tho nroinotton nnd mcccis of
llicso vilnl principle), nnd tlio support of
tlio candidates nomlnntud by this conven
tion, wo Invito nnd cordially wolcomo tlio
co-opornllon of nil pntriotlc citizens, with
out rogr.rd to previous polltlcnl affiliation.
.
CQT" Will thoso goods wash?" nsfcod a
lady of n dry goods clerk. "No," replied
tho wnggiih salesman ; "you will bavo to
wash thorn.'1
Good EnoiighJ
DEMOCRATIC TICKET..
rrt nlierc you ncc lint white lint
HIHiir.
Vnt I Hip fn l down,
Ami h- llio nord hIoiw Hip line,
Urct'lry mill tirntit Itruwii."
ron ri.E4iDr.KT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of Now York i
ron vice rnnsiDEST,
33. GRATZ BROWN,
of Missouri.
STATE TICKET.
ron Govunxon,
GUST AV US K02RNER.
ron i.ir.uTr.XAXT-r.ovr.nxon,
CHARLES BLACK.
ron BECiinTAnv or state.
EDWARD HUM MEL.
ron Afntion or runnc account.
DANIEL OIIAKA.
ron STATE TltEASflSEI!.
CHARLES N. LANPHIEE.
ron attouxey orxEn.n.,
JLAWRENCE WELDON.
ron cLr.nic brrr.EMR coup.t southern
GHAND DIVISION.
jiLI SMITH.
1011 CI.EHK 'StTJlEME COUKT CENTRAL
(IRANI) DIVISION,
DAVID A BROWN,
ron clerk or supreme court southern
UHAND DIVISION.
R. At D. WILBANKS.
tSaf Paper Ij manufactured from hop
vines nt Marseilles, France, and Is mid to
bo strong, flexible, whlto and soft, nnd
much liked In thit roglon.
M9A gentlcmnn connected with a Bos
ton bank ns clerk, recently robbed tho
bnnk. Tboy called him "follow" nnd
other disrcputnblo names at first, nnd tomo
intiinntcd thut ho was n thief; for they
thought he bad stolen only n few dollars.
But it turns out that ho took $85,000, and
Is not a thiof nt nil, but a defaulter. Ho
has been bulled out for tho fcood ol Society
CQJT A fellow who has actually tried it,
snys that, although tlicro oro threo scru
ples In n dram, tho moro drams you tnko
tho less scruples you will havn.
road Into Cairo. Any unprejudiced per
son, who has tho welfare of tho city at
heart, will seo at a glance that no outside
capital will invest so far away from what
will always bo tho business portion of
Cairo. Whereas wcro tho dlfforcnt roads
to all bavo their terminus at tho "point,"
tho business portion of tho town would
soon bo built up, and the upper portion of
tho city bo tilted with rosidonces. "Facts
nro stubborn things," and timo will fully
dovelop tho truth of tho above remarks.
This Is probably tho laU letter jou will
receive from yottr correspondent, from St.
Loul, for sometime, as ho hopes, next
week, ho will leavo for cooler shudes and
moro umbrageous vales.
When wo nro nmong tho "blarstcd
Britishers," you know, If wo nolleo any
Items of interest wo will jot them down for
the benefit of your readers.
ZerUIMAIIELL. .
OUR ST, LOUIS LETTER,
Good Enough
DEM00RATI0PLATFORM.
rnKAMiiitE.
We, tho Liberal Republicans of the
United States In Convention assembled nt
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples us essential to just governrtent:
I)i:.VI INSUI-S lll'KIBI).
1. 'Wo rccogniso tbo equality of nil
men beforo the law, and hold that it Is
tbo duty of tho government in Us dealings
with the people to meto out EQUAL A3 D
fcXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
Wll ATE VE It NATIONALITY, KACE,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
AVE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, MANCIPATION ANDEN
FUANCHISEMKNT. AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
OUrSTIUNS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
PIFTr ENTI1 AMENDMENTS OF
THE CONSTITUTION.
I'MVUItSAIt AM.VKSTY.
3. We demand the immedfnto and ab
olute removal cf till disabilities impoird
on account of tho rebellion which wus
litialiv subdued seven years iifro. believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY W ILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
THE COUNTRY-
1II5JIOOKATK! TO THE COKE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial sutlrugc, will guard the
rift hi t nf nil citizens moro securely than
any centralized power. Tho people and
thu public wulfaro nqulro tno ui'fti
MACY OF THE' CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY nnd
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
I'll K IMUjTEOTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for tho
individual llio lariiett liber'.y cunsitent
with public order, lor tbo stuto sull-gov-oriiuiuut,
and for thu nation n return to
tlm iiiullinas nl pmicu unu IIIU L'OlltlUU
tlonal liiiillatlons of power.
I It 111! AS I'Ur.AMIlNG."
0. Thu civil kurvlcu of thu governiiiont
ha U-uninu a uiero iiisiruineiil of parlUuii
tvrniinv mid Uvrsimal uinbillon, mid an
ntiWi of selUth uri'fd. Il is ii temidal
und rupruach upon free liistltulions, and
breeds n duinorullziition daligorous to thu
perputuity of republican government.
Tiir.it i:r it i: a wise ii:m txn
C. Wo tlH'ruforu regnrd a THOROUGH
REFORM OFTHK OlVlLi SftHVlW-
as one ol the mott pressing uecerilies ot
tbo liiiur ; lliaV iiuiiesiy, capiicity nnu nuei
it v constitute thuoiily valid claims to pub
lie einplov meiit ; that tbo ollloes of the
government cease to bo n inntter of arbi
trary fuvurilLm anil luuro'iiiee, und that
pub'le tntion becomo ngiiln the post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT HO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
T.llill I'H'KNTIO.V H MOVED ASIDE.
7. Wo demand n fytcni of federal tnx
atlcn which shall not unnecossarily Inter
fere ultlitho Indmtry of thu people, nnd
which shall provide tbo means necessary
to pay thu expense of the novernment,
rcouomlenlly administered tbo pensions,
tho intcrcit on the public debt nnd a mod
erate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, nnd recognlzo that there are in
our mldit honest but Irreeoncllablu dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tbo re
spective systems of protection and free
tradr. WE REMIT THE D SCUS
JilON'OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL D1S
TRICrS. AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON. WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTEltFER-
KNOB AND DICTATION
NO KIU'I'IUATION.
8. Tho public ciodlt must be incrodly
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATIONIn every form nnd gtiiso.
stiau i i iiti thus; jii.i ai
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demnnded
nllko by tho highest considerations of com
mercial morality and noncst govornmcnt
A WUIIOI'OUTIIE Ntll.UIIUl 1IUYN.
10. Wo remember with gratitude tbo
rucritlcos of tho soldiers und sailors of tbo
republic, and no act of ours sbail ever
detract from their justly earned fame, or
tbo lull rewards of their patriotism.
AVAVXT, IASU itonnr.itH t
11. Wo nro opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
Till. PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. 1 1I1EUAI rOJlEIN' IMII.Ii.'T.
12. We hold thnt It Is tho duty of tho
government in Its intercourse with foreign
nations to cultivate friendships of peace
y treating with all on fulr and equal
ki. Lock, Ja'j t, UT2.
Tho celebration of the great and glo
rious 4th of July In this city commenced
after dark on tho night of tho 3d and has
been continued ever slnco. Tho city on
Thursday presented a gay nnd festive np
pearancc. A general decoration took
place, and mote flags and bunting wcro
displayed than hnvo been seen on n liko
ocension since tho war. Tho day Itself
was perfect. No dust, nnd tho hot rays of
tho sun wero tempered with a fine breeze.
Tbo inllilnry pnraded early too much so
for your correspondent to witness thorn
Thousands spent tho day in picnics to tho
fair grounds and out on tho line of tho dif
ferent railroads. A great many went on
steamboat excursions up tho river, down
tho river, and over tho river, whllo thou-
nndi from tho country towns nround
poured Into tho city. As soon ns night
let fall her sablo curtain a general fusllado
commenced all along tbo line and all ovor
tho city. Rockets whizzed in tho air and
candles poured forth their hundred balls of
Are. Tbo streets echoed with tho roar of
all kinds of explosives, from the tiny tire
cracker to tho lS-pound cannon. Tho sky
appeared nil aglow with hundreds of bon
fires and the thousand different kinds of
pyrotechnics that were continually ascend
ing from all parts of tho city, which dis
play was kept up until long after midnight,
and it may bo said that the 4th of July,
1S72, In St. Louis wound up In a perfect
blaze of glory and fire. Long may the
"American bird" continue to soar and
scream nnd "llap" hU wings. "Rah for
tho eagle J '
Thanks to providenco not the street in
spectorsthe city, owing to tho imraenso
amount of rain fallen, is now in n more
cleanly condition than it .has been beforo
for years, yet owing to tho large quantity
of fruit in tho market and tho irnprudonca
of many, there is a great deal
of sickness in various parts of tbo city.
A great many of our citizens bavo lctt
the city the past few days with their fam
lies to escape tha heated torm. Al
though the mercury lms been lower here
tho past week than in any other part cf
tho country, yet we uru a restless people
and desire a chango. Tho "slaughter ot
tho innocents" continues, there bilnii
liS deaths of children under fivo years of
ago last week. Nearly two-thirds of all
the deaths wero these lil'.lo ones. Tbo
statistics for tho present week nre not yet
summed up, but we havo no doubt will
even oxeced thoso of tbo week beforo.
At last nftcir repeated trials we arc to have
the Lindell hotel rebuilt ; tho contracts
havo been signed und sealed, and the
workmen have already commenced to
clear away the deLria of thu old ruins.
The new 11 Lindell " will nut only be an
ornament to thu city but one of thu largest
hotels In the country. It will probaly bo
fully two yeais beforo it will bo ready lor
guests j it U not yet known who will bo the
lesscer. Atthis early stage, we know of no
less than nine different parties who are
after it. Tho work of building the now
Tunnel along Washington nveiiuu will
soon bo commenced, tbo different lines of
liorso railroads which now run down tho
avenue will remove their tracks to St.
Charles street nnd uso that street whllo
tbo tunnel is being built. Dr. Berkley
is preaching in a small hall in tlm western
part of tho city, formerly used by Xaupi
for his practicing parties. Tho friends of
Dr. B. aro about to build a now church for
him, nnd ho is now in tho tide of full
popularity again.
In tho way of amusement.', with tho ex
ception of tbo " Varieties ' which never
close, wo havo but one Theatre open, Do
Burs, whore Billy Lmmerson is drawing
splendid houses, In spite of thr intcuiu
beat. In a former letter we mentioned
that Rankin and wife havo gone north,
since then every thing in his thcatro has
been attached nnd sold nt ruinous
rates. HI. loss has been heavy und thut of
his many creditors much moro so.
While on a recent Hying trip to Cniro
wo were much pleated at tbo many now
buildings wo noticed in process of erection.
The St. Charle hotel looked magnificent
in Its new und becoming dross. Tho paint
ers, Mcsks. Scott & Meigs havu a standing
advertisement of their iklll and taste in
tbo manner in which they handled their
work. Wo understood from mine Host
Rexford that still further Improvements
wero to tnko placo In tho interior of tho
building, so that tbo St. Charles will bo
moro than ever, a source of prido to tho
city. o think that for tbo future welfare
of Cairo, a grat mlstako has been mado
In locating tho Depot of tho O. & V. K. It.
so far from tbo business portion of tho
city, me original nluco selected on tho
" Point " would have been n benefit to the
whole city. Whereas the presont location
will only benefit a small section of tho
town, und be of no direct benefit to tho
citizens und merchants who do business
below Twentieth street and who pay four
fifth of tbo cntlro tiixeB levied to bring tb
BRUTAL MUKDEK,
Voodooisii in Mumsnrri The Victim,
An Old Coloued Max, ScoUiioed to
Death.
ITrom ti e Memphis Appeal
In nil tl.u annuls of kukluxism as drawn
from the imagination of Rudical purtlziin
writers, there Is nulling to compare to the
recital of fuels occurring nltint at the
door of tho Capitol of Mississippi, and in
tho presence of the army winch arrests
and thu court which tries imaginary of
fenders against the rights of tho " nation's
ward." W iiat's to lu done nlout this
cuse 7 Tlio Clarion ' says :
Last Friday night a tragedy, more hor
rible in its details than ever occurred in
this vicinity, was enacted ut Howell Sta
tion, in Rankin county, oven miles cast
of this placo. Thu details as wo learn
tlicm are as ioiiows: Alter uarK upon
Cx Six and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffco Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Sovcn lbs. Now
Orleans Sugar forOno Dollar 5
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
6-24-tf.
the night above named, as tho negroes be
longing to tho Howell Station (V. & M.
R. R) section gnng, wcro loafing around
tho depot nt that place, there came to
the crowd an aged colored man, who had
recently been employed on ono of the ud
joining plantations, but was then idle, und
expressed himself ns looking for work. In
his convention with the hands ho re
marked that bo could euro tbo bite of u
snukc nnd hud antidotes for poison. 'J ha
cry was ruised by tho negroes, "hoisn
voodoo conjuror, " "search him, " "seurcli
him." Wliich was no sooner said than
done. They found a few harmless herbs
and roots In tbo old man's pocket,
which confirmed their suspicions, nnd they
took this old man of eighty years, tied him
bard und fust to tbo railroad track nnd
begun beating him. "Kill him! Kill
himl" cried tho infernal crowd, and tbo
lash camo harder nnd faster; he screamed
with ni-nnv. nnd mnkint? a last desnerate
effort writricd himself almost out of tho
bonds nnd into a llro of pine knots lying
by tho fire, but that effort was his last, for
llio nro burnt nis suiri nnu scorcnea ms
skin and ho mado no noise. "See I ho is a
conjuror," they said, nnd nguin tho lash
came down, 'i'hey continued ibis for some
lime longer, and loft him. Tbo next
mornln? they found him twenty yards
from the track stone dead. Whcthet he
he was able to drag himself to tho spot, or
was dragged there by his murdeicrs, is
not known, but tho presumption is tho lat
ter. Tho murderers have been arrested
and confined in jail at Biandon.
attempted assassination,
(Prom the Golcenda llt-mld oltho Kourlh )
Wo havo just learned from Mr. N. 1).
Fox, who lives in Massac county, of the
attempted assassination of Mr. Alex Slew
art, by bis wife, on last Saturday night.
Il is said that she bad threatened ' on
soveral occasions to kill him, und on thu
night above mentioned sbo went lo bis
room, and, finding him asleep, struck him
on thu breast, shoulder and elbow, with an
uxo which she carried, cutting him so
severely that it is feared ho will not re
cover. Thero is n creatdenl of excitement
prevailing in tho neighborhood on uccount
or tno unioriunnie niiair.
UCgC. Ilanny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than tho Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
WANTED, A G E N T S I
?iroio2W per month, rTrjlicrc, male nnd
fomnli, to introduce tli the Into! iiii.r.m-t,
inol i.inp.e and peiVct bllUTTl.H Sr.Ml.NO
MACHl.Ni; ever llir. tiled. Wn ill. II. IK h the
woil.l lo compel!' vim It Price only 11 u mil
lully warranted fur tire jer, making tor
Kliflic l.ot'li Mitch, alike b"th fl.iei-. The
mine hi nil I ho liluh priced chuille
lunchlnra. am. Dip rrltlrutPd nod
ltet COMMON r-KNE KAMII.VfKWINf! MA
CHINE. I'rico only li ", nnd fully unrmnttil
Pit Ihe jenr-. 'I lieie tnncliliii will ttneli, lit in,
Tell, luck, quilt. cord, biud, Lml.l nnd tmb'oldir
In a most Miiwrlor manner. And nro wHrrniiled
to do nil work llmtcBii .e ionenn nny hlj;li.prjced
mncli'iie In ih- uorld. 1'ur cirri I n nnd 'nn
addrest 8. H VNKOOP CO-.'.-oSI llidirt- nrtnue,
or 1. O, Hoi,i7:(Jlliil;ultlihia, lit. i.J3, 3mw
vr.nri.i sw i
COAL.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply cuitumer with tho tcut
ifuullty of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
rni)ERS led t llnlllday llro. office, TO OHK
V LKVEK, or nl the I.'oal Turd bflow thu tit.
imrlfn lintel, will reciie prompt attention
I'll K 'JUG "SIONTAllK,vmil brim; coal nlonj;
nteamer nt nv hour. cs'i'Ai
TUB JUH1LEE-
AX IMMENSE AND ENTHUSIASTIC AU
DIENCE 11ECE1VES Mlt. ailKKI.KY.
(Spetl.il IHtpntcli to tho Chief,") Tribune,)
Boston, duly 3. Tho weather is ugnin
extremely hot, but tho uiihouuce mem ot
thu appearance of Mr. Greeley filled tho
Coliseum with an immense crowd, une of llio
largest audiences of the season. Mr. Gree
ley arrived in the city this morning, put
up at the Hi; veto bouse, nnd bus iiiuqo a
very quiet, uutcututious visit. At 'J
o'clock ho was driven to llio Coliseum be
hind four wliitu burn's, ami, boforo enter
ing thu auuieneo, was received by tlio
journalists, to uhom be made a neat little
tociul speech, which had no rpeelal politi
cal rignilleaucc, closing with
the expression that, whatever
else people might think of him, he claimed
to have been a tolerable printer, it fairly
successful publisher, and a pretty ftir ed
itor. His l'utlo speech was enthusiastic
ally greeted by tho Journalists, and lie
then retired. Prior to hi enlering tlio
auditorium, the orchcttra played Mendels
son's " Wedding March,'' as an indirect
compliment to i tin New York 'Tribune,'
referring to Mrs. Hazard's recent mar
riage. Immediately afterward, Mr. Gree
ley enti'reti amid tlio most enthusiastic up
pliiuse, llio ori'hestra and chorus peiform
ing llio " Star Spangled Banner," und tho
applausu continued fur n long lime. At
tlm end of tho filth number of tlio pro
gramme thero wero call in the audieucu
for Grenley, and Mr. Greeley rose in ac
knowledgement, whereupon three rousing
cheers wero given him.
i
Heavy Kino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts S1.-5 nnd half gallons, $2 pur doz.
Genuino "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(glass top, self scalers,) quarts $2, und half
gallons $1) per dozen. Best W. G. (iron
stone china) plntes and teas, CO cent per
set. Fine goblets, only 10 cents apieco.
Other L'oo'lsin proportion, nt
Parsons, Davis A- Co.'s,
0.15-tf 6 and 7 Tenth streot.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel savcB
nearly half tho fuel und 15 per cent
weight which is lost in cooking tho old
way. Sold by A. Halloy 0.201m
PAUL G. SCliUH'S Pre
scription Drug Storo is open
day and night. All prescrip
tions carefully and neatly fill
ed with dispatch. Tho largest
and finest selections of Toilet
Articles, Vases and sundry
Fancy Goods of all doscrip
tions just received and sold by
polito and attentive clerks at
the lowest figures. Satisfy
yourself by a call. 6-231m
JOHN B. PIILLIS & SO-N,
(Successors to John It. Phlllts.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN HAY, COIIN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIV.O, ILLS.
.hisci:i.i.am:ovs.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
VESSEL.
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
BOME OF ITS ADVANTAGES.
Il cook quickly nnd more thoroughly with lest
nre iinin niiy uumtw4y.
Kond rooUP'i llio old vny loe niip-'hlrd ( It"
weight. rooked In (his -t rim ion I, llin.lv loci-f
i lie eliiluli. 'llio euvinn in Una way will kiion
flJ IIP cwv i.
FOOD CANNOT HE DUI'.NKD.
It Will BOIL,
STEW,'
BROIL,
and STEAM
more per'cc lly thnn ny utensil used fur either
purpose nnw u iiko,
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
DURA B L E .
MM itewed, boiled or bmlled In this innnner
lnnbett-r Ihirnr, nnd i-eailer digested Hum
nsa cooked in thu old vtny,
NO FEAll OF DYSPEPSIA.
It tunket a l!rt cln Qiok out of n poor one,
nnd HKQinl couk teller than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It la tho only iiten.il In uo that in wnrrnnleil
not in HUlt.N itlCE IN C IUKINU, under imy cir.
ttl'"tiuu'fl. Amenta innlin Inure money pelllnj;
II. is terntel, Hum nny article, in tine, tor every In.
telljcnt Iioum keeper in thu intiniry Hunts mio
ANY ONK W1MUNO TO 1HJY ltlOHTS Oil
TEnitiTOKY ron tiik tatknt
cm call on or adores'.
W. J. BURNETT,
S.Mfdivr Thornton'!) Wool;, lulli .t,, Cairo, III
HEAD QUARTERS.
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
130 COMMKKCIAL AVF.NCJC, CaIHO, ILL.
DcAlera In
STOVES, TIN WAUE, HOLLOW
WARE,
GRATES, MANTELS
PUMPS, PLOWS,
BBFEIG33BATOES
ICE CHESTS,
WATER COOLERS.
GOOCll'S FREEZERS,
BIRD CAGES,
WIKE CLOT H
fcr Window Screen,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, dec, &c.
farming Implements,
HOES, RAKES,
SHOVELS, FORKS,
SCYTHES, SNATHS,
CRADLES, A-c, &e.
Alio manulacturtra or
GUTTEKINO AND ROOFING,
Tin, Shf.et iuon & Coi'i-Ett ahk
tolu AKentu for tho eelibrnted
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Unic's Moveaiilk Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
HCANTLIN A COOK'3
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
AND
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
TUP,
Wa.rrs.ntcd n ure'ciim lor smoking chimnif"
r '"ynjii
mtruN.
SIGN OF THE
BARCLAY BROTHERS.
74 onto, i.r,vi:r,
OAIBO.
WholniIe;nnil Ilstoll
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull "lock of I'ure Driiii" nnd
MEDIOIHES.
PAINTS,
OILS,
AND COLORS
For Ihe scsson i also a lull lino ol
PAINT,
VARNISH,
AND ARTISTS
BRUSHES,
Aud Painters Materials generally.
UAH Ti-ri;iis.
II. T. GEROULD;
Vimall
STEAM AND GAS FITTER"
s Attain
US I'lXTItltIM,
r;s Fitlrr'n M.d Mumljer'n nrmtcnnl, Woo
pump", Klul mid nriKie alv.i, (op
cockSCliiek vnlca,(to.
iun nor.vT roa
I'lilln flrollirrn I'tilciil llrjr (in Mctr
And Mnrelinu-e, Well A CVfl Automntlc Wntot
Indlc.'itiirniidbupply Vnlte for steam hoilem.
WINTEll'a 1II.OCK. COSIXIF.IinlAL-AVRKU
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,,
nETWEEN WASH'.V AVENUE AND WALNfT
Dr. II. F. Fields Info, mi the publio that he has
opened a
. I' i: ll V .V T A D L E,
m the tiorlbwcatVnlo of Tenth strca m aimed
above.
His HtnUes will be furnished with nono but th
best rEarorEfisiES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
nnd the put!i mny ne n. commodnted t alt hours
i.f Hi' (lav nr. I nulit vtlili M te.mtou Hie I.UW.
i:vr n:iuis.
Hr Field- nl n shne ot pililic pnlroniRc,
and ill ei, demer in ratnl It by Uir dealing und
Milci htltn ion lo luiiLi'tn.
Do you wish lo reclre nil the benefit Ircm
Ihe eelfbrstcd
MEDICINAL WATERS
-OF-
QrSARATOGA, N. Y.,
and
VST BLUE LICK, Ky.
Without th expen-f of a trln to I hoe c re.oria.
If m nptilv to ua We rci th-scwnlera il
reel frm the iirlne, nn I re ruetmred to lur
iiih llitin pure, Jul: Clll.l', lieMi nnd I.I t ly
fruit our counter. l'cri"n llvina nt n illnutia
nrwho lh to have Ihe wait r In then liou-ea,
can be aiipiili-ii wi'hHiintr):i In liotlle. and Illue
l.lek in l.ntile., ktc nnd futrela. Call ami cet
nulrclitar III reiard tu the infJlciu-l tlrtuca bt
the.p noted w.itcia.
o-9dtf
Aln a cotnpMe Una of toilet article', Im
ported anil Ainerican aoapf,
COLOGNES,
POMADES,
EXT R ACTS,
UA1K,
TOOTH
AND NAIL
BRUSHES,
rofjullier with a lrs aortrnnt of I)ru(!ita
j Sun trio ""'I
PAHGr C3-OOIDS.
v
AHE UND0U11TEDLY THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO USE I
iEASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND ALI. LOCALITIES.
58,168
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS!
Every atme ottered la n proof that llio
CHAETER 0EI
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking Rtote ina tr.
SOLD II Y EXCEI.MOK MANU'FO. COXITANY,
ST. X.OTJ-2S,
Wholetalo Dcnlirs in nil kinds of TINXEKS'
STUCK; aaJ by nil live fe.ovo Heii'era, liku
C. W. HENDERSON,
l'J'J I'oiiiineri'liil Avenue,
CAIRO lI.I.-.
C-JlOi i A m I w ,
ruit.M i uui:,
Q
W
O
PHIL SAUP,
(Suceeseor to P. Satip.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
ctiita in
CONFECTIONS.
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
FLAOS, ETC.
103 Commeicial Avenue.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
O
w
o
t2!
C'haa, Bhoeiiinejcr. vVrn, hehlck
CIIAS. SIIOEN.MEYER k CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTERING
AN
Mattress Manufacturing,
rurnlliiro ItrpnlrliiK.
PICTURE FRAMING,
All ordeia promptly atlruded to.
NOIU'HWF.HT COltN Kit OK WASIUNQTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH bT.,
CAIRO, ILL.
P, O. Prawer 1KI.1.
Innftf,
WAUO.XS.
WAG ON MAN U FACTORY .
For Sale at Wliolcsalo c Retail
COIINER 32D.6TIIIETAND OHIO LEVEl
Cairo, Illinois.
ooTllll P. GASIULK
CARBOLIC ACID
DISINFECTING POWDER.
An etleotMni preventive f,t Cholera, Tythold
Fever, emUM'm. -entl-t Fever, 3Ieeae -. tat.
tie Di'inae. lull ml pe-r.ent- I atnl ..ni'iynua
Hl-etea, 11 I-put up 1 pt.ai'H.ari eaniiii-, me
topa i,f whn b ennl i n p-rt'ir.aioiia, Irmn w li'i h
il imii b i nuWIed ua from n lepier . -i.M
oy imti.ni liiiur.
i lie rei.iu pr.ee la arinir per p.ekK'.
(Prneeedmsa or Hie Itonrd of llealih OITleia! )
Orrici I! nun er Hi lti', t. I.oei-.MI Ma),
171. Ihe faid-i.t i.I.jm. .an-.tdtea Ib.il be Ii -lived,
in Hit el'v rif'-pitii, the emlhiitc aeid
Ivvt.ler nlnl ttlda It Hie be-t iii.lllfrcln'il alld
de.linyer nf bilva, aela, coikroitehea Ao , t
wlnel be lia kn"Wltlile. Ti.llr eetlimitll e re.
rnrnruen I-Ihe purvha-o of thla poiier for Use
in ine ii ppiuii..
i:ineu, ll. n. i iiiiii..,
. ClerV Hoard ol HinlHi,
L Wo erenow In reicin if a fieh utock nf
HOOT AM) Midi; mohi:,
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
105 Commercial Ave, n:iir Athencum.
CAIRO, ILIiJ.
Krep on band a K"Oj ntmitmi nt of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Mitics' und Children's Gaiti.m nnd
Shoes.
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they fell nt tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They nre lo prenreil to .upply I.nlipa nmi
fl lillniien with II. e IlK-il-1)1-' olio.' WobK, nl
lllltej UiHt llelt ( lill,l e.li,l. b-l'.'ll
LAWYKItN.
GREEN & GILBERT, 0
ATTORNEYS
ao
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, Green,
William 11 (blbf rt, y CAinO, ILI.INOIH.
Mllea F.Oilk.eit, j
eiTHjeia, m.ntion xlven to Admiralty tod
teitmbual bti.tneas.
OFFICK-
OHIO LEV Kit, IIOOMK 7 AND 6 OVER
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
YLLEN, MULKEV & WHEELER
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, 1 -
John H.iluikey, CAIKO, ILI.IN0I8.
tainurl I'.Wb-eler. J
BOTarllcular (ttcctlou paid to river undid,
miralty buaineia.
OKKIClVOver Klra(Natlonl Hank. Ohio Levee.
iiovr ntiihiji,
S A M WILSON,
Dlllll IN
I EC
EOAT STOEES
233
o RoceniEs.
PROVISIONS ETC.
No. 110
Ohi: Lev2 Caieo, III.
nrr niveti.t ritlin
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I.AROr.kT VAI'.IKTY STOCK IN THtjlTY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of .N'liirternili atreetniul Coin
iit'rclnl Av.niir,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C. O. PATEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r. I 111 XIOIII) I'roprlelor
Con. Ohio Levee & Second St.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
fpztiRe rnnveved to and frcm the flfp't frro
b r. dull
Ilttl.V UUltliS.
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
HOllKIlT Oil I), TIlOiJ. H. IIUOT
ROBERT 01) & CO.
1,1'M Illdso Avenue, I'hiladclp'ila, I'n.
FOUNTAINS -I'l.OATINO H1VANS
VAMvS Hiot.S
STATU Alt Y -WATEIl MI.IES-
-iiucua- -Tuuri.Esi.Ac.-
Kur Decorating Fountain.
V Kit AN DAI1H, SUM l lilt IIUI'ljE?,
ltUOIU, C11AIIW, HKTIKKf, Ac., Ac,
NEW bTYI.E WltuUOin'.lltON HAII.I.NO lor
Front of 1 1 on co nnd Cuiiioteriev. .Nint bvlnre
Ituiudiict il.
CAST AND WUOUOHT.IltO.S' U.WI.t.NCS foi
Piildlo HuildlncH nnd rnunria, Ctmetery I.ota,
mid Oiudeii lYnu, llith oince, Houf Creti
elo in nret v nt luly uf I'mterna,
IltiiN dl'AIKH, npirul nnu Mrilnht, nl vnrlnu.
I'nllfilia nnd Mjlus, bpeenil niunnou uluu tin.
ehi-n of work.
I.AUl'I'O-il'H, for Kicntaof Public llulldlnita,
lintel., aud City Hlreetu.ol l'luln und Eliilmiuiv
DejliiliKi
aiAHItE ITTTJNnS.ofCiatnnd Wroii(il,t.Iron,
of ev Improved Hiylta, elicit n. I lay Ihieka,
blull Divlaluna, Jlnnaeic, ilmin ss HiHCaeta, duller-,
Tiapa, Veiilllnoi., iic,
Willi: WORK or every deaerlplljii. Wne
filiardaof C'liinped Wire.liulva'jiied i r i'lilliletl,
iii i bun or Oinniiieniiil I'aiteins. lnr filoru imora
or WiliuiiHH, i-'iictnry and Wnreliouae Wlndima,
ItniliiiKi lor (llllcea, llunka, Counter Itiumua,
IliiU'iiniia, I. nun .nd l .itiu (enci a, Ac, Ae
liATEo fur tntrHhc ti Otinelerua, Public
Hquiirea n d (leiitlenien'a Counir) scuta, of lint
Tublnjior IVrought-lriin, both elrlo und uouble.
In ehibnrnto aim Minnie ilesuiia, '
DHl.MCINO FOU.NTAIiNH, Mr atieet usea. A
very bine asaortineiit ul Uc.in exprcely for
Una imiimae, 1 '
JA- l-lltti.N UIIINAE 110X12?, for public pnrk.
andcilv uree'H. ' '
Vm7i''hVi sr.' 1: nw"1 rh !e?' rf'"','miHl l"rn
dlilii Ui" ki," ' C'"jlU''
8100 IN ONE WEEK.
To n tie ihr'ewd mnn h ho enn do I iikiix sa nn the
quiet, I KUar.inlro un linuieuae Imluiie, easily,
riipldlv nU In pcrlict aalely. Addre.s in perftct
eenflilfnee, JAJIEj lltusr.
B.27 3m 100 Meeker s.rtet, A'ew York.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
AMI
3D 23 A III 13 IRS IjUVTE,
Cement, Plarteii Pauis,
AND
P L A S T E R E R'S II A I R,
Corner Klulilli Street ami (lltlo I.evce,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS.t CO.,
(Hucccaaor. to E, ll. llcndnca-a & Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AMI
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Vtfz Liberal Ailv.uicementa mado aerTJarfy
tjaaS Upon Ciinalxtiineiila. tzZff
Are prepared to reeeite, .tore nnd forward
fielihl" In all pidnta nnd buy aud
evil nu lommi.aii n,
?WIlulntss attended to promptlri
WOOD RITTENIIOUSE,
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER & RIERW1RTII,
GLASS STAINERS,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
BT. LOUIS, MO. 'r
Stained, Eunmeled, Kmboaiind nnd ground Olau
of every neacrliion.
I'AllTICULAR ATlENlIiiN PAID TOOUUltCII
WtlllK, tr Orders from til part of the country
owntlv HluudcU to, -3tdw3in o '

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