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THE CAIRO1 DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1872
JOHN H. OBEKLT. Wltor Poblilir.
July 25, 1B72
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FOR TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
ron SECRETARY OK HTATK.
rOR AUDITOR OP FUM.1C ACCOUNT!),
VOn HTATE TRKAKUKKK.
CHARLES N. LANFHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OK.NKRAL,
JOHN D. EUSTACE.
rOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL.
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
Senator Schurz. mado a great speech At
St Louii on Monday night last, In which
bo declared for Greeley and Brown in
strong and eloquent terms.
"No compromise," was the battlo cry
of thelncorriglbles of the late Cairo Dem
ocratic and Republican conventions, and
the most active "no compromise" men in
ach convention were from this city.
Mh. Wall's speech at tbo Athencum,
Tuesday night, was well received. Its
sentiments were sound, but it lacked that
ringing and aggressive tone which we
fighters of bad govornmont must ufo in
this campaign. It was a quiet speech and
that kind of speeches won't do at this
Mr. Uartzel), in his speech at tho Athc
neum, expressed his determination to fight
long and well for Wall. This is as it
should be. Hartxoll is a very good spoakor.
He would delight a crowd who believed
as he does. What ho lacks in his oratory
is elegance of diction and concentration
Judoe Green followed Wall and Hart
sell in a speech at tho Atheneum, on
Tuesday night. His effort was tho best ol
tho evening. As a political speaker tho
Judy U considerable of a success. Ho
evidently prepares his speeches with caro.
His delivery might bo improved upon,
but even that, objectionablo as it is to our
refined taste, is better than that of the av
erage political orators.
The immodosty, or, to put it moro cor
rectly, the lack of bashfulness,of thoSlato
Register ' surprises us. Wo have ledthat
Journal into its present advanced Liberal
position, and have been shamefully abused
by it at times becauso of our persistency
in the good work tho gracious labor.
And now it steps forward and coolly
When the 'Register' won tho fiit now
paper In the State to mo in tho future tho
(treat miccchh for this movement for reform
and good government, wo were satlkfled that
Wore the uainnaigu had proceeded far, Uiom)
Wlio at llrnt did not regard the movement
with favor would bo lighting one another to
get Into It.
The following poem was rocitcd by Mr.
Albert Mlchelson, of Chicago, in a speech
made by him at n Greeley and Brown
meeting, hold the other evoning:
MEIN VOUmjKiN DKU HfMMKL
Oiruebcrlanecu Mcibt die M'nhl;
,.It,,;,i,;r, "" Ue, Vo""" Stclle
Dcln Ijt dleSdimach mid Dclndle Oiial
H le hldlg pricH-ii Haulier Delnen Nee
Wcnn sic- Ijlch rnpfen tark am Zeug!
Deln Reich de prlcen, lU Me e, Dip
"teheti'''" 1'cm',,,cri(';l1 Dlr zu ver
Ihr Scbittz hcfrclhe Dick ion .otli-
gehen '""lm"Hr ,)rUlt' Schuld (r
nl!! VXcnVftt;,'.lt Uen Vlb rai.t,
VerraUien Fre lu ll no ui.U Land,-
n Kn',e1nK0"iIIatid Ulid OeM,
ber ' wl'l Well
Und Kinder In den Kcrker weU't-
enicben Ixt wohl elite Tugciul :
U.n''.'V' '"i" (le,,n J-n-lheltedlcl
Die Buergerhaii.l relclit Hatt den Wen,
Af1ttfnrAll.'1 WVh U.err'' '""1 Knee hte
Aim Ucnen Alles dort botand ; v
AUmacchth; wur 4c Andcrn Hand:
wi!!.dif.. V,Ucl''''feVvidor.tc he n '
AVSitV iiS'fn,,w,e H " wer Mann,
nfiU1 tr Orant zu ktehen,
Der fuehrt de Unden Dlebe an,
WlnitUu den Ehren Orcclev watlilpn
Den Ptailosoi.ben, M. nKhenfr.nd, ' '
Von uem cln .leder kanu trzaehleii
WJe chrllclm.lt dem Volkcr, Jill, l'i
Eraagt: Meln Volk, Deln t dan luieh
Delnl-t die Jlerrllehkelt tind Maeht '
Kucr Delno Kreihelt gah'kli fields '
Puer Delno AVohlfalirt in die Kehlaelitl
Drum auf zumKaiiiriffuer'H Noble. ante
Dm Er sum Motto Mch crah 1 '
Ho ruft denn auv, lin Hlegennutlic ;
"Ja, Greeley, hochl ilurrah, hun
ThamI lut will be a day memorable
ivtto history of tbo Democratic and Lib
end Sapublfcan parties of the Eighteenth
.t)rm4ooAl district. The conventions
'if Umm pvtlta, which met in this city on
"Mij'lif, U AtoiuinAte a candidate for Con
gWAlls1lsstJMtrwoolte. They did not meet
the expectations of tho people, and their
action will do regretted for years, what
ever may bo the result of tho canvass.
Thoy wcro not up to tho spirit of tho
time, which requires all friends of the
Liberal cause to bury In forgetfulncs tho
differences of the past, and, in tho present,
whon tho good of tho cauto is under
consideration, to put nsldo ovory personal
consideration. They fell into tho pit of
dlssonlion, and wrangled into a division of
tho forcos of the Llboral causo. Thoy
wcro foolish, when thoy should havo been
wise; headstrong, when they should havo
been conciliating ; rash, when thoy should
havo been discreet. They committed a
crimo against the good causo of Liberal
ism, and with them bo tho responsibility
for any evil that may befall it in this part
When we sook to discovor tho causo
which led to tho failure to wold tho Demo
crats and Liberals of this district into a
harmonious whole, wo find it lying closo
to tho surface It is thai foolish disposi
tion of members of n party to push their
personal friends forward at tho expense
of a cause, a disposition which has Icon
fully dovolopcd into perfect proportions in
It will bo said The Bulletin should
not speak in this way, but quietly pursue
tbo path marked out for it suffer itsolf to
bo led meekly along and teach itself to
sing tbo song of perfect satisfaction. Hut
The Bulletin will not do so. The
Bulletin will speak plainly, and placo
the responsibility for the present condi
tion of affairs where it,bolongs. Too long
havo tho drill mastors of our party, here
at home, nourished menacingly their trun
cheons in our face, ordering us to bo silent
when they did not wish us to speak and
to speak their words when thoy did not
wish us to bo silent.
In tho first place, tho Democratic and
Liberal parties in this part of tho stale,
and particularly hero in Cairo, havo been
controlled by gentlemen who havo not
much political sagacity and not any dispo
sition to leave tho old party ruts. They
were wedded to men the Democratic
managers to Wall, tho Liberals to Jones.
And out of this small beginning have come
all the difficulties which now betet us, bo-
causo in tho convention theso mon domi
nated. When tho Democratic visitors
to tho convention arrived in the
city, thoy wero soon niado awaro of
the fact that thoro could bo effected no
concentration of tho Democratic and Lib
eral forcos on Mr. Wall; and many of
them tho majority wero willing and anx
ious to do anything which could honora
bly bo dono to oflect a compromise-, und
when they wcro told that tho Liborals would
yield Jones if the Democrats would yield
Wall, (for whom a majority of tho dele
gates bad been instructed,) they expressed
a willingness to comply with this sugges
tion; and whon thoy asked: "For whom
will you Liberals vote bosido Jones ?"
they wore answered: "Willing for
Crawford." Mr. Wall said: "I will
' withdraw if that will sccuro harmony if
'Judge Crawford will consent to accept
' tho nomination." The intimate personal
frionds of Mr. Wall urged this compro
mise, and wcro willing to withdraw him
from heforo tho convention. But thoro
wore some rofractory spirits in tho Demo
cratic convention men who cannot bo in
duced to yield prejudices or partialities in
any causo; and, in tho Liberal convention,
the dominating men wero determined to
compel tho nomination of Uen. Jones;
and, thoroforo, whon tho conference com
mittee mot tho composition of which, in
both its Democratic and Lib
eral membership, was unfortunate,
being not of that kind out of which
pcaco could grow when this committee
met, tho Liberals rofused to yield Jones,
and, to compel his nomination, demanded
admission to tho Democratic conven
tion with a votu for ovory two hundred
votes cast for Grant in 1808, thus propos
ing to cast sixty-two votcn, tho Domosrats
having but sixty. Tho oxtrcmo unrcasona
bloness of this domnnd will bo seen, when
it is staled that thero were present in tho
Liberal convention delegates from only
thru counties. To this demand tho Dem
ocrats could not, of course, uccodu. Sella
ble men should bo ushamcd that thoy
mado it ; and patriotic men, desiring the
good of the Liberal causo moro than tho
personal advancement of any person
Smith, Brown or Jones would not have
This demand was laid boforo the Demo
cratic convention and refused ; and then
what could bo done? Of courso, the
Crawford compromise was knocked on the
head by this ultimatum. Judge Crawford
would not consent to bo a candidate unless
ho could be assured that his candidacy
would unito the Democruts and Liberals,
and here was an official assertion that tho
Liberals would havo nobody but Jones
that, If the Democrats of this district
would not submit to their dictation, they
would not act with them. Judge Craw
ford therefore dechrod his unaltorablolo
terinlnation to not allow his namo to bo
presented t the convention. Tho only
thing to bo done then was to nominate
Mr. Wall, and ho uai nominated.
The Liberal convention, following the
programmo of the hot hoads, nominated
And hero wo stand, Democrats und Lib
erals tho masses of both parties In a
position at once uncomfortable and unfor
tunate a position into which tho old-tiino
politicians, working in tho Intorost of per
sons, lias forced us ; but thoro is no Demo
crat who can hesltato to support Mr. Wall
under tho circumstances; and nil fair
minded Llboral Republicans should give
him support and thus rebuke tho ring that
controls their party organization. Ho
stands upon thoir platform, and is tbo advo
catoof thoir principles and of thoir candi
dates on tho national and SUto tickots.
They can sccuro all thoy domnnd In his
election, and they will act with groat illib
ornllty If thoy do notglvo tho Domocrats
of this district a helping hand if they
follow tho lead of that marplot of Alex
ander county, whoso manipulations aro
thoso of n bungling trickstor, and who is a
mischlovous man of littlo ability, mado
conspicuous and obnoxious by tho out-crop
pings of an impudont egotism that seeks to
ox alt his follies into wisdom and his
small trickory into tlio operations of a
AN APPEAL TO6uRISTIAN WOMEN.
Ladiebof Cairo: Through tho kind
ness of tho editor of The Bulletin, I
havo boon permitted to put forth somo re
marks with a viow cf bringing beforo tho
public, n matter which touches tho vital
elements of social life, but to which no re-
sponso has, as yet been made, no tlefenco
sot up, in vindication of tho apparent in
justice complained of; not a single finger
lifted to a rescue. Whonco this
apathy? this suplnoncss, in a matter
which is rapidly corroding the foundations
of society, and which seems becoming, day
by day, of less estimated importance?
" Can thes-o things be,
and overcome us us ii Miniinor cloud "
If, Mr. Editor, I should occupy a little
more spaco than usual, tho importanco of
the subject renders apology superflu
ousjbut, In tho namo of common human
ity, in tbo namo of " Our Father In Hcav
en," I thank you for tho opportunity
granted me by your courtesy, to givo
public expression to my ideas.
1 must bo permitted, once more, to com
plain, as I havo heretofore done, that the
seducer is so leniently dealt with. That
tbo companions of those girls. somo of
them of abundant moans young bloods,
who would not havo their names blazoned
forth for all they aro worth, aro never
oxposed or punisbod is a manifest,
barefaced injustico; a shame and disgraco
to tho police, making tho arrests, un
abomiablo imposition, which constitutes
a real, tnnglblo woman's wrong, and
which should bo earnestly and persistont
ly decriod by both clergy and press, until
ovon-handod justico is meted out, without
favor or affection.
I will now proceed to ask, can anything
bo done, and if so, what, to " seek and to
savo " the loss hardened of theso fallen
creatures in our midst, and reolalm them ?
I am perfectly awaro of tho difficulties
surrounding tho quostion. I am awaro,
that this so-callod "Social Evil," has
puzzled tho brains of somo of tho wieost
and best philanthropists of tho age. I am
also awaro, that in somo cities, tho authori
ties navo found no other solution than
that of licensing it by law, and thus,
tacitly acknowledging it as u regular
vocation and necessity. This is wrong,
vllo, shamoful, degrading, un-Amorican I
Is thoro any othor solution ? I think thero
is. I am not prepared to-day to enter in
to dotails of a possibility, but will now
simply condno myself to tho moro immcr
dlato practical question, what can bo dono
to grapple with it in our midst by way of
rcscuo? Ladios is our Christianity n
dead letter? a myth? Has it tho latent
power, tho moral muscularity to deal
charitably with this question experiment
ally, at least ? Lot us see.
An institution exists in our city, called
tho Young Men's Christian Association;
very good. Thero aro also a number of
Christian churches in the city, occupied
and supported by christian men and wo
men, und regularly supplied with a chris
Hero wo havo n regular organized
forco, organized to nceomplish a cortuin
object, but co long as sectarianism is
stronger than vital charity, so long as wo
confine oursolves to praying and proach-
Ing within four walls and in our house
holds, wo shall fail to accomplish tho
purposo which its groat Toachor ond
Foundor. intonded it to fulfill, and for
which tho Christian church is awfully responsible.
I find I shall havo to defor furthor ex
position to-day, trusting to your kindnoss
and interest to comploto what I consider
to be my duty to God and jimn, In this
my humblo oudeavor to stimulate Into
activity my christian slstors in tho matter
undor discussion. Respectfully,
ROMANCE OF CRIME.
ARREST OF SADLIER, THE ONCE
FAMOUS MEMBER OF PAKLIA
MENT AND FINANCIER.
DETAILS OF THE KXTRAORDIN
ARY CRIMES OF A PRETENDED
Tho arrest of ono of tho most oxtruordln
ary criminals that this contury has pro
duced has recently taken placo in
Avranchcs, In tho Provlncoof Normandy.
ranee. Tho circumstances that sur
rounded the Ifo of this forger and pre
tended suicide ore without a parallel.
His namo Is John Sadllor, and was
formerly a member of parliament for Car
low, Ireland. At tho ago of fourteen ho
wa articled to a highly respoctablo at
torney, In whoso ofhco bo distinguished
himself for tho varsatllity of his talents.
Ills fiithnr was A rcstinnliililn t..
" 1 ... . w .,HUVlliUI iig
the town of Eoscroa, In tho county of Tip
iioimrj, in jruiNiiu. ai un uoceose lie let t
in truit tlvn ilintiRiiml nniimli t. -.c
his two sons, which they were to recelvo
on their coming of age, togcthor with tho
accumulation of intorost. Shortly nfter
John Sadllor's coming of ago, ho com
menced tho practice of law in v,anow,
where no was nigniy successiui, mm "--coodod
in amassing In a fow years a largo
amount of monoy. Ho was a protostont
by birth, and his talonts soon msureu ior
him an extonslvo' practlco from tho pro
tostant gontry of tho surrounding neigh
borhood, no was a very nanusoiuu. wun
proportloncd young man, of dignified man
ners, calculated to impross thoso who wero
ushorcd Into his prosenco that ho was no
ordinary man. Aftor ho hud been In bus
! ol.nni tnn vnn ho conceived the idoa
of establishing iv bank for tho county of
Tipperary, as tho county nau
not sulllclont banking facilities
for tho development of It8 ru'
sources. His paramount Inllusnco soon
enabled him to ralsolho capital which ho
ilnmnod nnenntarv I80.00U and branches
or tho bank woro cstabllihod In upward of
. t i. i.., ti.
twenty towns. Fejiosuorn iuu im i
treaaurv faster than tho en. ualastic
stockholder anticipated. Ho got himself
appointed President oithobanif, ami uis
brother James ho appointed mauuger.
Shortly afterward ho was solicited to bo
como a candidate for the representation
of Carlow In tho House ot Commons.
Ho conscntod, and was elected by an im
mense mujority, amidst tho wildest en
thusiasm. Ho hud not been in tho lluuso
of Commons long, beforo a question cumo
up for discussion in reference to Irish af
fairs, and tho ureal ability ho displayed
on this occasion caused the late Earl oT
Derby, who was then l'rimo Minister of
i'.nglunu, to appoint iiim us one oi mo
Junior Lords ol the Admiralty. He tuuii
made u high reputation in Parliament,
and was appointed by city magnates who
wcro cslubllshing mercantile companies',
and invited to becoinu their chairman. He
accepted thu chairmanship of three Very
lnrgu companies, and thu directors toon
bunt their will to tho genius which they
had invited to preside over thoir delibera
tions, lu Itfi'J, being unmarried, ho be
cumo acquainted with Clara .Morton, one
of the handsomest dutiseuseslhat had over
appeared on tho bourd of Her Majesty's
Tueutrc. Her extraordinary loveliness
soon brought him to her side as a suitor
for her atluctlous, and in a short time she
consented to become liis mistress, itu
took for hero splendid house in West
bourne Terrace, Hyde Park, mid
furnished it in u stylo of priucoly
prodigality. Horses and carriages
und servants were soon at her com
mand without limit. He did not live
with her, his own establishment being a
snort distance lrom hers, una was situuteu
in Gloster Gardens. Ho continued to ud
vunco in public reputation. His eloquent
speeches in Parliament drew on him tho
attention ol thu whole nation. He bo
camo u member of While's Club, in St.
Jumcs street, the most nrUlocrutio clul,
where ho gambled nightly in private with
tho wealthiest nobles of the land, und it
was reported that in six months ho bad
lost ut tho gining-tblu upward of two
hundred thousund pounds. Ho had dUsip
atcd thu wholo of his fortune, and drawn
from tho Tipporary Bunk over one hun
dred and 11 ity thousand pounds. Thu
bank was In imminent danger of suspend
ing payment. He began to speculate
with a bold recklessness, involving im
mense amounts on tho London Stock Ex
change, and hu was atone time udofuultur
to his brothers. His incomo as Junior
Lord to tho Admiralty was only live
thousund pounds pur unnuni, which was
as a drop in tbo bucket to enublo him to
muintain his position but a bold man
liko him was not be easily deposed from
tho haughty position which ho occupied.
As Chairman of various city companies,
ho issued fraudulent shares of tho several
companies, forging tho names of tho se
creuries una vice-cuairmen, which was
accomplished so adroitly that even the
secretaries anu vicc-cuuirmon were af
terward unablo, when tho fraud wus
discovered, to swear to their own sig
natures. 11 o curried this on several
months, obtaining lurgo advances on
thorn from Overend, Gurney & Co.,
uruco, uuxion cc uo., una itogor uun-
lltle. On u Saturday afternoon, when ho
hud been attending u meeting of tho di
rectors of thu London and China trading
associations, whispers flouted around that
an was not rigut inat iraudulont shares
wero in circulation. Ho went directly
home, had an interview with a surgeon
with whom ho was on terms of closest inti
macy, und usked him if ho could procure
a deud body about his own size, und oll'er-
ea mm xu,uuo 11 no would depot-it such a
oouy on iiumpioii ileum bcioro o clock
on Sunday morning. Tho doctor was ac
quuinted with u resurrectionist, and he
told him he would consult him, und sco if
it couiu oo uccompiisueu,
An interview wus had with tho resurroo
tionlst, who undortook to do tho deed re
quired for one hundred pounds. Ho was
paid thu money in advance. Sadller had
a confidential butler, who had known him
in his infancy, and to him hu dovoloped
his position und intentions. Ho sont him
out to u neighboring npothucary'B for a
bottlo of laudanum, which hu put in his
pocket. Partaking of his supper us usual
ho oidurcd a cab and ordered him to drive
to the Hampstcud road, not far from the
Uampstcad Heath. Hero ho got out, and
stated that ho was going to tho Spaniards'
Hotel, whiqh ho was frequently in tho
habit of visiting. At flvo o'clock tho next
morning a dead body wus found on tho
hoatli. It wus well dressed, und letter
wus found in llio deceased's pocket, in
which tho causo of his committing suieido
was stutcd. Tho butler having been par
ticularly instructed how to uct, was on the
heath whon tho discovery vns made
known. Ho announced it as tho dead
body of hismastur, and took chargo of it.
A formal inquest was hold ; tho body was
sworn to by tho butler und tho doctor;
und tho resurrectionist bribed to silenco,
which ho never broko.
When Sadlior left his homo for tho lust
timo that ovenining, ho culled on his
mlstross, Cluru Morton, in Weatbourno
'lerraco, gave hor flvo thousand pounds
sterling, and told her tho she would
never too mm again, more woro some
skeptical enough to bolievo that Sadlier
nau not commuted Btiicidu, but it was thu
almost universal boiiet that John Hadl or
whoso frauds In issuing tho forged cor-
micaics oi snares, mm wno lnul applied
nearly tho whole of tho c pital of tho
Uipperary Hunk to his own use, and whlel
compelled It immcdinto v afterward to
3uspend, caused an immenso amount of
nijsery in tno county would nevor bo
neuru oi moro. in tho begin
nlng of last Juno, a gentleman
Lancaster Brldgo, residing in Boscreu,
in tho county of Tipperary, who had bcon
a largo shareholder in tho broken hank,
took a pleasure tour for tho ben
efit of his health. Ho went to South
nmplon, from Southampton to Jr
soy, from Jorsoy to St. Molo and from St.
Mulo to Avranchcs. As ho wus sorted at
tho table d'hote, ot tho hotel, ho saw John
Sudlior at thu othor end of tho table. Ho
was greatly altered, but thero was no
mistake ubout tho man. Ho discovered
that Sadller wus residing In n small vill
age in tho suburbs of Avranchcs. Ho
tolcgraphod full particulars to the polico
in Dublin, and a detootivo was sent over
Tho extradition troaly botwoon Eng
land and Franco soon enabled tho dotectlvo
to go through the necessary formality of
taking tho prisoner to Ireland. Ho In
formed thodotoctlvo that ho hod wandorod
over every part of the hubitablo globo
during the last eightocn yoars; that ha
was almost glad ho wa, nrrostod, for ho
had known nothing but misery for tho
crlmo ho had committed. John Sadllor's
brother James became a mouther of Parlla-
mont through his brother's Influonco, but
owing to tho defalcation ho committed In
conjunction with his brother he fled tho
country, and nothing was over hoard of
him. After somo months ho was ejected
from tho Houso of Commons by a unani
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nalchernnri Drnlrrln sill hind I'r-h
Cod Jim NlNITSSNTII AND I'oH.A Hi t TI,
IliiT' mil ntniiRlit(-rN onlrthn m; drst entile,
iO(! and sheep, ncl in prepare to fill ny ile.
in D'l fur Ireuli meat frum ono pomul to ten
tliouiatii t'C ii ml. ilecWtl.
AND DKALfR IN
Eiohth Street, Between Wabiiinoton
and Commercial Avknuep,
AtlJolnlBK KI'lenhoHne mill llaiiny'.
Keep the lct or Heel, I'orli, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sautaije, cte., n'l arn prepared to atrte
cltitana in tlio moil rtttoptaulu manner.
r7'"s m Yt h" & co.,
A I II O i ILLINOIS.
Aluo, keep coulanlly n Land a moil ruin
plM Muck ut
BOOTC'II AND IKtMI WHISKIES
Port, Miulurin, Sliorry'find Cutnwbn Winot
R.JMYTH A CO. fell eelmleljr for ra.li.lo
. which Cm'I they Invito tlio nnpeclal alien,
tion el rloie hiriralu Liiyera.
Special attention oi to Filliyiq Ordert.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits k Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-five.,
WI.M.S AMI I.M4UOUM.
F. M. STOCK V L E Til,
irciMoa to roiat t ttbctntTn
llertlfjrr nnd Wlinlrinlr lrler In
foreign nnil Itoiurwilr
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Lkvke,
HKUeepaon hand ronntanilr a full tlorV ol
Old Kentucky lloiirhon, Hye and Mononica.
iea WliUkln, Kreneh Urandien, Holland (Ho.
Rhine ami California Wlnea ImSOII
JT. G. S HVE X T EL",
MIIOLLilALr AND UtTAIL Ml ITU H
1 WINES AIS1) LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of new uiiil -pcinllil
No. t.'i Ohio Llvkk,
Keeps coiirtalltly (ill liuml tin- rliok-ct of
Willi" ami Liquor-, ulileh lie will h-1 nt tlio
very lowot li;ure. Call uml c.miiiiIiiv.
For Sale at Wholesalo c Ilctail
C0JINF.H 32l.fTUEET AND OHIO LEVKk
noTlltt i. ;amiii,k
Henry I! .Meyer. WllliiiinStoiier.
MEVEll k STONER,
lloii"n, Sljjn and Kleamhoat
Deroratlin: III Oil or Water Color : Halzo
"lS nl I'Hjier Haaifliijf; (inilnln ami
.Marblelm? of eery ile-ciijitlun ; (IIMIiil' In
ev,;0' Mj le, j.laln mill ornamental.
1 artlcularatteiillon paid to (ila (jllilliiL'.
(Jriler kntlnlti.,1 r,.,- w-... ......... y.
i .. . . ' Ll,liji ,'ii-i-cii ai mi
f anner 1 ali.tln. I'micy (ihU, .Show "ar.l-,
Ollil. I'laln ami ornamental.
.ii mf""' ft,1H'' "xnmlno our work
f J 1 1 1 I'll-tllt'n. l'l.llltl.'...l .... .... ..!... .v., ..
.i wl .uiiiru, taiiiae-
IfcTVAIl work enleu.1,.,1 n i -
immintly attended to. '
.SIlOII III 'riinimiwV .I. I l i... ..
1. ,, ' -iuiui iiiiurr i no
'0 TV ifollkl". .-iil-iine f'nt ..!..! .. . ...
Bthelreet. v "m ,'i"u
NEW LIVERY STABLE
1IETWKE.V WABU'N AVENUK AND WALNUT
Dr. Jl. K. Fields Informa Die public Hint he )ia
Ii I V E R Y UTAH L JS,
above" norUm4',t Blll of Tenth ulioet im named
HlHHIableawlll he furulahed with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and Ihii pubhn may ne necommodated nt all houra
"fi ela1 cbao ol puhllo patronage,
id will endoavorto merit Ii i, ri. ,i..i .1- rl
atrlct mention to busVne.H. ' ",;",",f
70 Ohio Levek,
V?UUDI WOOD I WUUDll
The nniJArHiifnni win ...iAw
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A a Cheun. II nn rh..n..
lint any wood dealer In Cairo. Lcavo ordei
on the elateN at tlm I'oMollleo nnd at Hons,
eoai yard, on C'onnnerelal avenue, lieHvecn
l entli and twelfth MreclH, Cairo. Illlnoin. i
Klve imod ineitHiiro and will cord the wooil
auglO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
Our Homo Advertisers.
WTOVKW. nwwAHi:, kTU.
A. II A L h K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Waie. rinik. .
TIN "N, SHEET
No. 160 Wnshington-avenuo
CAIUO, ILLINOIS. '
"ltoonni(. flullerinii, and all bln.i. . n
iork.oneata,o,i,.tnotlc; ' """.M,",
ABE UNIiOUIITEIiLT THE
UHEAI'EST TO lllfYl
HKST TO USE;i
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail fo
01 VK ENTIRE SATISFACTION
in any anh'all ik:alitie.
SOLD FN PAST THREE YEARS I
Kerr tote oflcred la a proof that Dm
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT HETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than anjr other CookitiK Hlote inle.
fOLU MY KXCELSIOU MANU'tfJ. (?OMPAXY,
WbolelH Iiealcm in all klnd of TINS Kits'
STOCK ; and by all lire Hlom Dta'rr, like
C. W. HENDERSON,
M Couimrrclal Atenue,
CAIHO, ..... ILLS.
j ty. w
II E A I) Q U A R T Jv R S .
BBBIIWART, 0RTIi:& CO.
130 CoMitKitcuL Avenue, Caiiio, III.
STOVES, TIN VTA RE, HOLLOW
W A T E R CO O L E R S .
"W IRE CLOTH
fcr Window fccreen,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, Ac, &c.
CRADLES, Ac., Ac.
Aleo mantlacturera of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Cower Ware
Kola Agent for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uniu's Moyeaiilk Point Steel Plow
Cray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
HCANTLIN & COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a nre rura lor nmoklng dilmnla
4X1 A 1m
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to aupply cmtomer with tho bel
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
nVfSJyj9'1 at B'oi. oniee, to oiiio'
J LKVKK, or at the Coal Tard below ihefii
CW.r,lf'J?tel,u reclvB prompt uttdnilon
THE TUG MONTAUK'' wlfl bilu cS?
Ojtmri at aar hour. "