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TitR CAIRO DMht BMLfeTlJs F1UDA JULY 19, 1872
JOHN H.OBKKLT. Editor nd ruMlaher.
Jolt 19, 1872
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TBI DOLLAft WMKLT BULLITtX.
Join H. Obavtv Oo. have redaeeJ tt ai
uiMun aniu of the. Weekly Cairo Mallet: to
Ox XMMr l mm. maklPi it 16 chpt r
pwrpOUMDM in poqirern mmoip.
of New York ;
fOB TICK rHESIDKXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
for LtruTitx ant-go vkrxok.
FOR RECRSTTARY Or STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OP PUBLIC ACCOUNT.
FOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES X. LANPUIER.
TOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
10R CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN'
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
Gen. SniRUAN it angry became the
German Emperor snubbed him.
Secretary Fisu told Catacazy that
Senator Sumner was a bad and mad man
The Daily Tribune, a German pa
per published at Qulncy, Illinoii, hat
flung to the breeze the banner of Greeley
Stokes disapproves tho rulings of the
court before which ho has been tried. He
would not hare ruled as that court ruled.
Ho makes bold to niako this assertion.
How bashful Stokes is I
stopped 1 Greeley must be dealt with by.
the strong arm of this Indignantly loyal
or loyally indignant, government. lie
mutt not be allowed to ran at larg Any
longer. He runs too well Uv fl
VT ELTON, the Liberal .sdUtU f.-c At
toreey.Gaerl, baring visivl v twj
the Rosaiaitk-o, tie tiArt -f-llsS lutoty
bvthe Lttxj-si Stm OorcTftiitfo, WicV
orair.i.tcJ ftr tfie offio Ooigis,l.lin TV
EoiUc, ljoMinty. The Sprinputoa
errToadrt of the Chicago Tribtinr-'
r Jadge Eoslanv 5t wJll VntTi Jr. Difc
legal pKtfesitaa for tthtSaw-litp MiA OilV-
ity, asi t issvn f r?i rifsjot.ncr. He
ws tWltsl CSrccit Joge wt yrr s.gA,
ai Mrrvi to the t.t.tHfskcii.'Bi f Uit jvftb
licsvndu hit a croiit. He rri3r s.t
Dixoa, Le vcr.ty, vht htmit of Mr. H5
nil, h'u oprwsesl Cis the Gnat liVtl.
He f.cajwi the Sut for tirs&t fosrwir
agv, aai will t p it raw iKwcchly n
this canpiigs AfUr.!l hira. Hi -.'i7.a-
tka is tcsMvlrl oa all 5i to b a uv-.c
one, asJ hit Bie ir.d iz.iztT.s- will ail
the ticket very suterially.
tulttvit. y, tM tity Iikvo Wh'per- j
swUr.ty ""ftsitlftrt Its Ata rvht is
Tftwft. n Wlo Iim 'hwn tlm gon
ilmftan in Vht "beltalf Vc 'propose.
mxWiAYnoftty una witirttoltyt-kvi, to tear
itiT editorial flijrt.
ffttl In plt t tb( fuel.
OAYX AM) mnvA.
'1KT THE tWAtX 'TlUNK OK
TH K VM.If rOAL rKOSi Kvv,
U'wm I nr. Vrv VrK Am fvtJ,l
A Mini -ifWiHKVfiV-rM Uh 0T
rtrntr. flti. -f Mi'-Wtri, ,ytwrdy
....-..!.. Wl.bhM RlV. w-a IB M
rUlng t Wit full lielglit J poom tho ViCtii Avz-ftttf 11.1. Th
t'lj- k vTMl Tntifi ; htitl, TWille H it TftT KM , lWAfl.O!tiMxvl, R" TigJttNS .t a
Mia tiir.V.r. u if iTjre Ti,t y-Mi fhjsi.
Tue Know-Nothiss ntvvrJ cf Hesrj
Wilson, RdiMl cAndiJAte for ke-rr
Went, it cow being aires! before the roun
trr. Of all the vindictive denouncer cf
foreign-born citizen, he wa the incit
vindictive. In reference to this ntitter
the Now York 'Sun says:
It 1 linnllv ncoarv to Infonn thf miliir
lty of our readers of a fact to generally known
a. that General Wiln. the Grant candidate
for Vice-President, was aconnlcuou loader
of the Know-Nothlne pany. This party wa
oiyanlzed to preen by menu of eccrct a
fociatlons, the extension of the ripht of
Atuencan citizens to ioreijnier until mey
had undergone a probation of twenty-one
years residence in the United State. It also
aimed at the control of the General Govern
ment and the exclusion of adopted
citizen" from all position of honor
and trust. At one time the Know-Nothing
movement us..uincd formidable nronortious.
but it was Mlccessfullv combated bv men of
cmanrcu uim nuerai view., amonir wuom
Horace Greeley itood pre-eminent. Gen
eral Wilson owed hi lirst election to the
United States Senate to the votes of 111
Kuow-Xotlilncr frtend. If the nurnose of
inonuowootuini. nau ucen accomti ueu.
Senator Schurz would not be entitled to n
vote lit thin country to-day. I'erhuns Gen
eral Grant would not have vrioved ovcrsuch
onrifitritlt'n vory ANtnut to fittcmpl t
5r!ve rn.n to'tbh Miv Mlr vfcTI, 1 T)it fcttws are rfr ct . ih prMton
" . J of tli fvi is Vvn ts s.hrew.1 ; the y
-Woh i ii 3Vc w bope inh U fcW VvM aTi.l frX sr the wh.)e a
.UxVl wAwSrr'lo ?Jtr.t- tii' , roaraw wrtJ.e VAhn i remnTKAOic. ui
' . , . rowliMA it hich . hair, iKh ts of a
,lfih rfcrrlpa in v t hf JiMiraMe & k .w,v4hly over hi
6e.v W- W- tmOom)V I N'V. U N-.r1s r.trfKv e vvKvr is a
' 3 nrAT.tr w.rv It t,.-l theoMiarv red.
Mr, Vs.H is a pw.t!pfhfcT. i s.flJys atJ It is rrt nm. bnt it h a wlor of
a , vtiusi o urn J 55 SLTSi
tf tvimr ibr rcf wx ( futAw -e i ApArASM whith jx-tfcvtly unique.
v .r.v J Tte briArJ is loec fail, cd of a d.vldeJ
MUKMrnH 7,t--'),f wsws sawr rf lie ffu muly. K.d; thA eye
riMiMA kr;a ti.it Jisliscaiih ! as ;-arX, Jfcr.l.l KvJ.;thc man im-
. , . vu . , ... I n-Y-uM xvo it a clASoe a a man of mind.
U 1 rc3r ,nt aai with j f Sltt.
tiink sd TM The Goerr.or nvaaner is impUv He
c, h thrown way.
At tie Ur, he ji rt.v.sxlMi as one of the Well, I hive bvn a journalUts. tov
.... and 1 w alwav glad ts se JournalisU."
At J GT:nor then inlroduceJ the 'Sun'
best Uwyer it 5csti. Uliscit.
ows hcvse, he 5 csirtrsAllr rwjwtix! as rportr to the other noted Liberal Re
. . . , J puNi.-ARt who were In the room smoking
aa ersterpnsisg citiiea ad a geatlemn . .v..Uns. There wtre ome remarka-
against whee eharacter uspicioa ha act Me poo"1' In the room. There was Gen-
- vi t v t .. . t ' eral Thomas L. Kane, of Penniylvania,
v. v.. uMKM idv.tiXKiiu. ia pontics cr
has bes up to the spirit of the time
Tue Chicago 'Tribuno' prints tho fol
lowing list of tho Illinois Grunt Central
Committee, with tho offices hold by tho
UNITED STATES COLLECTORS.
1. S. A. Irwin, collector Internal revenue.
The Greeley men of the Democratic Chicago.
.. ji. u. .oicinun, collector internal reve-
party huve been ratifying all over tho nue, Ccnt'rallo,
country, but tti
made no sign
country, but the Greeley men of Cairo hnvo J- ,Vvmfth ViuVri' tC r ln,crnal reVt"
Whore is the man who J. D. Hamilton, deputy Internal revenue
I nllni.tnr IVirlhuirji
will take tbo lead in this mattor? ',,,..
The Democratic Resident Committee of .''.: :S""' imcniai revenue,
Washington city have porfocted all their
plans for conducting the campaign, and
will begin the printing and distribution of
.lame!) Kihluck. itMor internal reve
nue, twclflli iliMricl.
!). Y. II llArlow, aC!or lutertiiil reve
nue, fifteenth district.
1. .Tame. Goodtccd. postmaster. Jollet.
- W. I). Sellers, postmaster, Pckln.
!I V.Hfni.il IIiiil...... 4.. .-..141. .1.1
... ...tMt.. .vmiuiii, iiniiuauii;i , j-uiiuciu.
UNITED STATES MAIL AGENT.
1. Gcon:e S. Hati'fH. general mall iit-ciu.
It Is said the President proposes to par
don about half the citizens of South Caro
lina who have been arrested and impris
oned on the charce of ku.kluxlim. Tin In
0 ... i ,ii it 1 1 ., . .
. i . . i . , .1 t. , . I .: farmer oi uan Jiunn,
becoming kind in his old ago. Probably whiskey xupenUor.
ha desires In mnkn nri.nn rnnm fnr !. COUNTY OFFICERS.
victims of Radical tyranny.
'2. 0. U. Boycr, superUsor.
o. ti. .m. isearutiey, county clerk.
i. ji. i. iiuioan, siaie u attorney.
Doolittle is in North Caorlina, work-
tntT tlvtlVl mint. nwA ! - tl I - I 1. - .1 I '
"B- '" 'u U. H. DEPOSITARIES OF PUIILIC MONEYS.
cause of Liberalism. Doolltt.o is a politl- 1. .1. S. Wilcox, Elgin, Id
calthreasimr machine n,l u-lll nn , " J-U- Needle-, ashvlll
of well-doing until tbo victory of roform
has been fought and tho victory won.
MEMIIEK OF CONdltlJSS.
1. Churle U. Farwell. Chlcuuo.
IJ. S. collectorn of Internal revenue ....
V. S. iiHse&sors- of Internal revenue
united mates postmasters.
A New York 'Herald' rpportor has in
. iw . , . uiiiiiu uiaicn i;uiiiuu9ii;iit,,,
wrviDwed Judge David Davis on the pres. United State mall ugetit
ldantUl miottUn rni, , Partner of whiskey supervisor ....
laenuai question. The old man Is very Countv olilccrn
ore yet, and is inclined to support Grant, li1 uopositarlcn of public money...
. ... i .nemner oi roiiirreM.
Flltl ho la i.t..r..l t.t .... i '
vxkiui tu uis uuerances, anu
beats about the bush llko an old political
Back. I AV AliDl'Al vnn iitofnTfitj
It may betruo, thot Hon. N. P. Hanks, Wo havo on our hand a quarrel with
as a Boston special asserts, has determined 1Ion- Wm. 11. Green. Ho porelsts in the
to abandon the administration, and array claim that ho was tho original Greeley
Himself with the Democracy against Bad- Democrat of Egypt, and wo know wo
icai itepubllcanlsm. More wonderful were. Under our careful Instructions tho
events than this has lately happened. Judge and all tho other Democrats of our
uanks, too IJWbat will Ulysses say ? acquaintance havo boon lod slowly into
The Democratic and Liberal State Com- tb ,,oa8ant Pt" V tbo placid
Jniltees 0f Illinois met at SnrinL-Qeld nn WIHm 01 A''0B"w Democracy. And
the 16tb, instant, for the purpose of ap- "W W-(W Mk lhU with an 0t'niz
poIntinK presidential elector.. n au. inB tho fact that leaders of public
U. Green, the member of tho Democratic pl"i0" tho ni'eloClcd f Ule WOrld)-
State Committee from this district, was f l" 01 bcin6
' I ilia Silnm.i.B I --..I . ' ii .
appointed elector for tho district by tho ' mtt" 01 noulucrn
committees in Joint soiiinn ' "'"IU u,u "yusucoi iuo
xi. tiling or whatever It may properly bo
....... vuuuimu uorman voters of called Is impossible.
New York city united In a petition to tho
Baltimore convention requesting tho rati-
ncation of the Cincinnati platform and
THE CONGRESSIONAL RACE.
Wo lmva been of tho opinion, and are of
tba nomination of the Cincinnati tlrL-,.t tLo Pinlon mi kllB"i for an indefinite
We taw the petition unrolled in tb nr. P0"00' conun"o to bo of the opinion, that
I " I Il n 111 ill n . .. . .
ence or the convention, and, to T ' " tne mftn 01 tUe
our unexperienced eye. the li.t I tbreo men "atnt!ll In connection with tho
of names appeared to be about! Uccaocratlc and Llljfl nomlnution for
KUen thousand miles long I The Ger-1 ConKre in district who would bo tho
mans take to the reform movement as llronKet candidate.
I T l
aaturallv as ducks to water. "Ul;u'0 wu "avo this we bavo had
tue menus ot iiossrs. llartzoll and .Inn...
WlLl. It be believed taat Hon. Ignatius assert, with an appoarancoof indlctiutlon
Donnelly, of Minnesota, strong Repub- with tho complaining voices of outraged
As far back a liSi, although he wa una
ble to resist the greenback contagion, as
only a few cf the Democrats of the Wet
were, he was in advance of
the other leading Democratic pol
iticians of Illinois, and with
rare forecast predicted the present
anomalous condition ol political affairs.
It is true, that at the timo wo are speak
ing of, Mr. Wall was an appreciative
reador of The Bulletin, and a prompt
payer of his subscription; but oven after
hodiscontlnued, in a paroxysm of wrath,
to take this great journul after ho had
discontinued reading it he remained true
to his progressivo Ideas, which budded
Into an endorsement of tho "new
'departure," and bloomed into
an enthusiastic advocacy of Lib
eralism and Horace Greeley. He
Is, in short, a man of ability, of enterprise,
of pure character, of sound politics; and,
whiloall this may be truthfully said of
his competitors, it is also a fact that It can
not bo claimed that they have in this dis
trict the extensive acquaintance of Georgo
Wall. They aro comparatively strangers
In nil tho counties outsido of Randolph,
but Wall Is known in overy county of
tho district known intirnatoly, and
wherover known is respected and
admired. Ho would win from tbo Grant
candidate, on personal grounds, hundreds
of votes which neither Mr. Hurtzoll nor
Mr. Jones could obtain, and would get
tho full strength of tbo Democratic party,
and a largo majority of tho Liberal Re
publican voto of this district. Tho Du
Quoin 'Tribuno,' the Radical paper of
Perry county, admits that tho Republicans
havo no man who can be successful in
Perry against Wall, and in evory part of
the district tho Radical loaders would re
gret his nomination. That ho would be
elected vo havo a strong hope a hopo
which is almost a belief; which is, in fact,
belief full grown and dally maturing
Into perfect fruition.
It is this belief, which, in tho faco of
tho cruol unkindncss of Mr. Wall's
friends, hae induced The Bulletin to
advocuto tho nomination of Mr. Wall.
We aro putriotic in tho matter. Wo havo
taken ourself by tho boot-straps, and havo
lifted ourself abovo tho remembrance of
tho fuct that Mr. Wall and his friends
havo novcr appreciated The Bulletin,
and that ho docs not now draw political
light from its columns, unless hu borrows
it from bis neighbors. Wo have blotted
out, in tho causo of Liberal success, all ro-
raembranco of tho past, and with a full
knowlcdgo of the fact, that by our prosent
course, wo aro doing vlolenco to our per
sonal interests, wo uro for Wall against tho
field, because wo beliovo that ho would bo
tho strongest and best candidate the Dem
ocrats and Llborals could nominate
The Bulletin is not n religious Jour
nal for nothing. It practices what it
preaches. It forgives thoso who trespass
against it, und when tho men of wrath
strlko It on ono cheek it meekly turns tho
other for tho second blow. Wo tuko a
great deal of pride in our high moral and
religious suppression of personal prejudi
ces, und fool Inclined to ask tho wholo
world to profit by our example.
Metro, has also declarod for Greeley?
Will thU Greeloy business never stop?
- MitH we contemplate the spectacle of the
pbileeepber't unanimous, almost unani
mom, election to the presidency? We
sleeire to weep with the Chicago ' Times.'
We ere anxious to mourn with Blat. Dun
, m. Wa are resolved to go into sackcloth
whh the dUconeolate Toombs. And, In
v !.lltu. mil nnnnl 1 1 !r. n In.. 1 r
lJj,(. sei"w"p wSr I " "ur unir
jmi - . a mi. i - ( r.. i t .
jra ftm, Janraa. miui .mug paraon
Irt elly of the language mutt bo
gentlemen possessed ol sensltivo dlspoil
lions that wo aro tho inouth-piece o
"the Cairo ring."
Without anger, almost sorrowfully bo
causo we, too, are of tbo sonsitivo kind
we bavo denied this charge, and do again re
Iterate that denial. The friends of Mr. Wall
in Cairo havo not been our friends. This
fact we raeko public with a toar of regret
welling iu each of our oyes. They havo
boen, on tho contrary, the froquent at
tempters of our ruin, If this expression Is
permissable. If it Is not, we must bo per
Isflii tho oarly days of April, the
National Colored Mon's Conventional mot
at Now Orloans. Second only to Fred.
Douglass in tho vohomenco of his ex
hortatlons for Grant, was Lleutenunt
Governor Plnchback. Ho was and is
tho acknowledged leader of tho colored
men of Loulsuna. Since tho Cincinnati
Convention ho bus hold aloof from politics,
ovldontly wishing to survey the situation
i i is leisure, before committing hlmsolf
again to either side. The result of this
careful survey 1. ,een In hi, declaration
for Greeley and Brown. Ho ,ees tbat Ule
election of Grant will only rivet moro
firmly on tho South tho letters of tho carpet-bag
rule; ho knows that this will bu
as fatal to honest blacks as to honest whites
and ho leads his followors In solid arruy
Into tho army of voters who will froo tho
South, next November, from the carpet
bag horde, and Us patron, Grant.
who slid that he had come to seo Gover
nor Brown, although he had no leg the
lost them in tne wariitncre wa jir.
Jmi M. Scovel, of Now Jersey, member
of the National Liberal Republican Com
mittee, who has a very pleasant smile, and
looks generally ccod-natured; there was
tho Hon. JoieplTPulitzer, of St. Louis, a
grim, tall,, ghostly man, with red mus
taches and long red chin whiskers, fierce,
THE CELEBRATED JOE.
"This is the celebrated Joe, of tho Hill
and Joo convention,'' the governor said.
Mr. Pulitzer smiled a ghastly smile, and
said he was happy to meet the represent
ative of the New York 'Sun.
Tho 'Sun' reporter took a second look
at Mr. Pulitzer. He bos a a fuco as sharp
as a razor, u nose which is almost Inn
nltoly lonu, and thin, long lips. His
cheeks aro thin, endavorous, and his Utu
eyes aro obscured by golden spectacles,
which uro a rich setting fur these extraor
dinary orbs. Mr. Pulitzer looks liko n
remarkable man. He has the longest legs
of nny man tho reporter over saw.
Reporter Governor, 1 nm happy to
see the next vice-president of the United
Tho covernor (with a good-natured
smile) Well, sir, 1 betievo you see him
Reporter You beliovo that you will bo
Tho governor I am certain of it. 1
am positive that Horace Greeley will be
elected by a large majority.
Reporter How many states will Grant
carry in your opinion ?
Tho governor In my opinion not over
three. I said so in New Haven u few
days ago, and I say so now.
The Hon. Joseph Pulitzer No gover
nor, I think six. 1 think Grant will
carry six states at the least.
The governor I think not.
Tho conversation then been mo general
and tho reporter took bis leave. During
the rest of tho day Governor Brown wus
confined to bed in the Glenham hotel,
whero ho had an attack of choloru mor
bus. Dr. Steele, who was in attendance,
says ho will be well again to-day.
SENATOR SCIIURZ ROLLING UP HIS SLEEVES.
A 'Sun' reporter conversed with Carl
Schurz yesterday for a few moments.
Tho great German senator was in his
room ut the Fifth Avenue Hotel, lie had
taken his coat oil'. Ho seemed pleased
when ho saw tho 'Sun' reporter.
"No Interviewing," ho said, smilingly,
as he grasped tho reporter's hand.
Reporter No, I shall usk but u few
questions. Is it truo that you wept in
your room after tho nomination of Huruco
Greeley, und that you poured out your
grief on tho Steinwuy piano which you
bad in your room ?
Carl Schurz (in his calm, pleasant, dig
nified manner) Why, all that has been
completely refuted. Did you rottd tho
artlclo in tho Chicago 'Tribune' on this
Carl Schurz It shows that thoro is not
tho slightest foundation of truth in it.
Hon. Joseph Pulitzer (who wus in tho
room, being ono of Mr. Schurz's associates
in tho Westlichu Post') Why, 1 was in
the room at tbo very moment when Mr.
Schurz camo in. Ho wus just us good
humored as he Is now, und ho just glided
onco with his lingers over tho piuuo.
Carl Schurz Yes, that wus nil. Tho
wholo story was nn absurd fabrication.
Reporter Do you intend taking part in
tho coming canvuss?
Carl Schurz 1 shall leave on Sunday
night for St. Louis, nnd thoro mnko a
speech for Greoley. From St. Loui3 1
shall go to South Carolina, whero tho
first fall election will bo hold. I shall
canvass the wholo stuto for Greeloy. Then
I shall go to Muino, whero the second elec
tion will tako place, and canvass that stuto.
Yon sea (showing tho reporter several
hundred letters) 1 havo received invita
tions irom un parts ot tho country, but, of
course, will bo unablo to accept them all.
But I shall bo us active in tbo campaign
us I possibly enn bo.
lloporter Do you think Mr. Greolev
will bo elected.
Curl S:hurz I fool confident that ho
will bo elected.
Tho roportor thnnked tho threat senator
for his courtesy nnd withdrew.
Tho next president of the United States
culled yesterday at thu Fifth Avenue ho.
tol on senator Curl bciiurz. Ho sont up
his curd, on which ho wroto tho following
words: "uenerui ncnurz urcoloy."
Tho word General looked like Glon Cove,
anu mo woru ureoioy was written llko
Guerrilla. In npito of tho bad hand writ
ing, Senutor Schurz received tho Philoso
fiber ut once, und Horace Greeloy remained
n bis room for a wholo hour. When Mr.
Groeloy entered, tho Hon. Joeopli Pulitzer
was in the room, but tbo luttor withdrew,
and the two distinguished gentlemen re
mained closeted. When -Mr. Greoloy
cumo out his faco beamed, nnd ho looked
almost as much pleased us when ho first
received tho news of his nomination.
Tho rumor that Horaco Greeloy bud called
on tho great German orator, and had had
a confidential Interview with him, spread
wldoly, and was mado generully tho sub
ject of comment. It wus uvorywhero ns
sumed that the groat Gorman was now
hoart and soul enlisted In tho liberal causo,
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WAliON "MAN UFACTOItYT
For Sale nt Wholcsalo c Retail
COIINEII D2D-STHEET AND OHIO I.EVKk
norlltl I. (JA.IIIII.K
jsjEdith O'Gnrinan, tho escaped nun,
and " Prof. AuflVev." tho ho nun. Iinr l.n.
band, demonstrated their escuping abilities
ni.ioi.u uiu inuur uay, vaKing u
procipltuto departure and leavlm? cansid.
erablo unfinished business at tiio pollco
court. Edith had a libel suit on bund
against Dctectivo Ansbro, and tho pollco
wanted an explanation from tho professor
for flourishing a pistol under tho noso of a
...M9Mrs. Horaco Groelov Is honnlosalv
111 of a disease that forbids oil freedom of
Henry 11 .Meyer. William Stonvr.
MEYEH & STONER,
HotihO, Sln and 8teatnloat
Decorating ill Oil or Water Color : lvalo
iiiluiii anU l'aper Huaglng; Graining und
Maiblelng or every iloerlptlon ; (illillng In
every ty!o, plain und ornaiiieiital.
i-ariU'iliarutteiillnn iali( to (ila Gilillng.
Order olleileil for .Seenerv. l''nki-n mul
llauner rujiitlng. I'uiiey Glut., Show Card,
Gild, l'lalii and ornamental.
i an ut tiio Miop.nml exainiuo our work
Old Picture renewed or copied. hatirae
lEVAll work enlnisled to our ' will In.
promptly uttemlcd to.
Shop In Tlioiiian'H u htanil uiitler tho
1 erry IIoue, corner Coiiiinerclal uve. and
ftlmtreet. 7-1(1 if.
1-OMMIMHI0N ANU fUMWAKIMNU.
MIIJiEH A PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUK, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc,
AGENTS rem l'AIRHANK'S SCALES
J. W. FIIILLII'S Si CO.,
(Hiiccrsiora lo K. 11. IlendrlCKa 4 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
rVS5 Mlieral AdTAticementa made
iion ConilKnniciitn. SlJ
Are prepared to recelfe, atom and lorward
frelglita to all points and bur and
ell on comrnlaalon,
rniulnm attended to promptly.
7.. D. MATIIUSS.. E. O.UIIL
Commissi ox k h c h ants
HAV AND WESTERN PRODUCE
x. oi onto i.r.vm:.
STRATTON & RIRI),
(Huceeora toStratlon, llucl-on.t Clark,)
57 Oliio Lovoe, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner CIrIuIi Hired anil Ohl I.rvr
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. Jl. Williams, .).s. Kinsley,
I.Me of VicUiliUrc, Mik. Late olfln'll.J
W. M. WILLIAMS iv CO.,
SI'KCIAl.HAlI.ltOAD, SlEAMIJOAT AND
KOIlWAUDINO ANU COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN Ii. PHLLIS & SON,
iHuccexnorii to John il. MiIIIk,)
DEALERS IN HAV, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &e.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
NEW LIVERY STABLE
iietween wahii'n avenue and walnut
Dr. 11. F. Flelda Infonn tho putllu that lie hn
LIVE 11 Y S T A U L E,
aiiovB8 nor,nwf't ""lo of Tenth atmei uh named
HIh BlRbles will bo furnished with nono hut the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and thu imhlio mav tie w-cominodated at all hourii
KST TEHJIS m W'"' "a'U """" " ,,0W'
Ijr, Klelda 'anhu a hno ol ,iitillo imtronaae.
and hIII endeavnr to merit It by fair dealinii and
strict httcntion to 1)Uiihik,
WUUIJI AVOODll WOOD II
The underamnea will furnlah
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An 'hen ii, nut i:iteuipr
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the (dates ut the l'oMolllcu uud ut Hon,
epaljurd.oii Cpininereial avenue, between
'lentil und twelfth streets, Culro. llllnol. I
up lfe0lrcd'USUre a'lU W,U t'rJ tl,u ,V0(nl
aui;10-tf ' DENNIS HALEY.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And AKnts of
O II I v r nnd Knnnwlin
70 Ohio Levek,
St. Louis Advertsements.
D. C. JACCARD & CO S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Walthtm, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When In St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Hall.
tWatches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
Orders by mail promptly atten
THE DAVIS LOCK STIOil
THE OUEATKSTIMI-ROVEMISNTOr THK AOE
Terras Jlost Liberal.
AgenU wanted for unoccupied tetrttorr. Head
for circular and price li.t.
Brnnrli oMcr.oia Xorlti I'oarlUMrro
H. P. NEWTON, Manager.
MARVIN'S ARE THE BEST
A I. I'M AD DRY PLASTER
FIRE, HURGLAR & DAMP PROOF.
17 South Canal Street, Chlcogo.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, Washlnon I'nlveiMty.
The regular annual term of this Law school
ttlll 0ll on
WEDNESDAY, OCT01IER tlll, IT-'.
"Full cotir-c. two tenn ix mouth dtzlt.
Sttldeiit admitted to the senior Cla o7i ex
amination by atiplieatlou on or before Oc to
her 5th, lhT'.'. Tuition fee, tirnt year; SOO
second ear, including ue of lllirair. For
p.n1leilliir aildrev G. 31. sTKART,
uean oi ractutv, or
I'roo't Law Department.
7--ilXw 1 in. St. I.ouI, JIo.
"Uzlsti"v;e jRSiTir .
K4TAIIL1NIIEU IX IN'JU
Bv ineml)er of the Society of Jettl. and
Incorporated by an act of the state
LetH'latlirelu 1ST' It Ii.k ex-nerioneeil iinln.
tcrnipted i.tiece., and continue to oiler the
student every' facility for ncfiulrlng u thor
oiiKh CI.A1IC.I. ASU C.'OMMKKCI.W. KIIL'CATION.
Eerv eiiudlilato for ailinlloii not ncr-nii.
ally aciiualiitcil with roinc one of the Fac
ulty inii.t proiliicu proper te-tlinonlali or
Kod moral character.
Hiillc tin- aru sent three tlmei n year to the
IiareutKorgiiariliaiHof the i-tudi'iiti-, to In-
lonu mem oi me couilllct, liealtli ami
Improvement of their conn or wards. An
experienced phyhlelan dally I-lb. (lie initl
tlltlon. mid the LTcatct care unil attention
lire bc-towed on the elek.
Hoard und tuition. tierpc-rloii. ten inoniln.
jj,u sl-1oii begin- September 'Jd,
Payment inu-t lio made iiuarterlv. or
H'llll-aumially, In advalire. Catalogue- eon
tainln' Iii-tructioii- to iturcntn, and full par
ticulars, will bo sent free on application to
Ul.V. ,1. It, .IMUMI, s, .1,,
Prceldvnt St. Lollln L'nlveri.ltv. St. LoiiN.
SIcC'OltMICK A LYON, AkciiIh.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THREE YEARS IN A MAN-TRAP
Ily T H. AUTIIUK, the author ol tho world
Ininnux book, "Ten Mihta In a llar-room."
"Tnarr. Vrun ih a JUnTiui-." is tho crownlnK
work of thduiithor'n life, nml old AkouU my tlicy
never knew a book to aell like it. One agent fold
St copl)-H in three ilayaj atollier 'join half a day.
llcauttlully bnuml anil illuatrnted. Kxtra ternia
lo aitenla. Apply to K. A. HUrCIUNSON k. CO.,
612 N. HUth Hi., fit. Louia. Mo.
TO HE LI. THE l'AULOU HTEEI. ENORAVINQ
"CHRIST WEKP1NO OVEU JKIIU3ALEM,"
Krnm BiaCiua. Kti.kc'r celehrnteil Kngllkh
palntlUK, anil by America's beat engraver. All
who ice it want It at oncn. Apply lo VAI.LKT
1'UHLlSlilNU COMPANY, Ht, I.oufa, Mo.
EWD. MEAD & CO.
304 N. Fourth St.,
Keep a full line of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
house Intends to maintain
their reputation of selling
good goods at low prices,
and are now opening a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mall promptly
Watches and Jewelry carefully re
paired by llrat-class workman, an at
all kinds of Jewelry anU Sllrerwarg
made to order,