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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1872
JOSH M. OBERLY, Editor nd Publisher.
JtTLT S7, 1872
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ton tick mute INT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
President Juarez, of Mexico, died of
apoplexy, 18th lnt. He was a great man,
one o( tho few really groat men of tho day.
In tho face of tho most formtdahlo obstn
clei ho retained power during eighteen
yean, and handled tho turbulent elements
of his country with a very skillful hand.
His death at this tlmo will not dotrnct
from his fame If ho had lived longer
tho avalancho of revolution would havo
crushed him; but now it will bo said of
him, when dlsastors afflict Mexico, if
Juarez wero allvo this would bo different
FOB SECRETARY OF STATE.
fob auditor or public accounts,
FOB STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN B. EU8TAOE.
CLBXE SUPREME COURT NORTIIKKft
CLERK SUr-REME COURT (.'. I kai,
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
Carl Sciiurz'b great speoch has created
great sensation in Radical circles.
Hoy. D. W. Munn opened the Radical
ball at Quiney the other evening.
Senator Schorz has gone to North
Carolina to fight the Grant corruptlonlsts.
The President and Secretary Boutwell
have had a slight difficulty. Nothing serious.
Clements is rather light timber for
Congress, but he is tho strongest man the
Radicals could have nominated.
Colonel Frederick IIecker, in n let
ter to tho St. Louis 'Wcstlicho Post,
called out by the publication of nn ac
count of an interview with him by a re
porter of tho St. Louis ' Democrat
As for m Mr. Kocrncr, and the t Icket lilch
he head, ore concerned, I told the reporter
that many who would nbstnln from votlni
ior ciuicr ureoiey or urnnt, woum unuuuui
edly vote the Liberal State ticket, because
It contain" the names of such men ns merit
the entire contidencc and repcet of tlio
public: and that particularly Koenier, with
whom I have been acquainted the lat forty
rear, Is u thoroughly honest, tlhjniitlcri ami
noblo character, of Mich st.itennun-llki' abil
ities and such Juristic knowledge, that I
would be at a Ios to tlnd n better man for
Oovenior of Illinois The mot Influential
Radical Republican papers advocated his
nomination long before tlio present nomln.v
tlon was made, and characterized him tlio
tame a I have done above. I further told
the reporter that, If I fliould yet nddrc.n
mv fcllow-cltlzeni during this campaign, It
would be In the Interest of Kocrncr.
The Chicago 'Nows' says tho defeat of
tho "frionds of roform" in North Carolina
would bo but a short postponement of their
initial victory. "They," (tho frionds of re
form of course,) "would oven gain from it
'a certain moral strength which would
' soon take the form of accessions to their
'votos in tho Northorn and "Western
states." This is tho language of resigna
tion. It is prompted by tho paradoxical
saw that thero is good in every ovil. "Wo
can't see it, howovor. Wo don't bellovo
that Democratic defeat In North Carolina
will add one voto to Greeley's strength in
any part of tho country; but wo do bc
licvo such a disaster would turn back to
Radicalism hundreds who aro almost per
suaded to bo Liborals.
Sumner has not yet concluded whether
h will fall on the Greeley side of the po
litical fence. He is sitting in the stile,
Senator Schurz will speak at Belle
villt, August 8; at Bloomlngton, August
9, and at Chicago August 10. Tho Sen
ator has stripped himself for the race.
The 11 Inter-Ocean," the only Grant
Burning paper in Chicago, has for its
motto tht appropriate words: "Inde
pendent in Nothing; Republican in
"We believe Greeley's lettor of accept
ance the best thing of Its kind extant, and
that his letter in civil service reform, read
by Schurz at St. Louis tho other night, is
as eloquent as its suggestions arewlso;
but wa cannot induco ourself to admiro
his latter in which be accepts the Bait!
mora nomination. It is weak.
The citizens of Braddock borough, near
Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, aro too virtuous
by half. Some time ago they rode upon a
rail a man named Plavey, because of his
alleged improper intimacy with a widow
woman living in the samo borough. Two
to one is the amount we are willing to bet
that all of the rioters not over ono hun
dred years old those of the Christian
flocks as well as the sinful sheep would
fall before the wiles of that widow if they
bad half a chance.
JossrH E. Brown, of Georgia, has de-
Bounced Robert Toombs, tho political
madman of that State as a liar and a pol
troon, and the chivalric Robert has con
cluded that discretion is the better part of
valor. He has already learned and
adopted the Northorn doctrine that tbo
mortal combat is vanity. He is almost a
Yankee in this respect, and should be
mobbed by the never yielding friends of
the "lost cause."
The Union county ' Press ' makes a furi
ous atUck on our friend, Mr. T. F. Bou
ton, of the Joneiboro 'Gazetto.' The
Press' says it knows all about Mr. Bou
ton's candidacy for the legislature in that
county and will ventilate the scheme.
Why, how is this ? Mr. Bouton had an
undoubted right to be a candidate for
the legislature, and it is not possible-
is It T that be resorted to any unfair means
to defeat bis opponents. The Press' is
angry. When it recovers its temper it
will feel better.
Says tho Cincinnati 'Enquirer' :
We are wrry to sav that In the Klirhti-pntli
Couirresslonnl District ot Illlnol tint limnn.
crats and Liberal HcmibUcatw were unablc-
10 agree, aner n conicrencc upon u candi
date lor Congress, and that they adjourned
making separate nominations. This It thu
llrst Instance that has occurred, and wc hone
I ...til l.n I .... . ri'i... it'
it mil uu mv jubi. iiu irrecfiincM ior mnpp
upon the part ol one or two persons must
not be permitted to Interfere with the gen-
1 !.t.. .... ... .. r .....
hiicicbiu ui we cuuiurj
In this part of Illinois tho best of feel
ing obtains botween tho "rank and fllo"
of tho Democrats and Liberal Republicans,
but a number of Urn Democraticpoliticians
of this city, gentlemen who have for years
had tbo powor to determlno tho Demo
crats who might and those- who might not
have office, concluded to havo Wull or
row, and got both ; and a number of the
Liberal Republican politicians of this city,
who lovo tho flesh pots more than they
lovo the cause, determined to liuvo Gen
Jones or a row, and col tho row. Mr,
Wall, although in tho past ho was indonti
fled with tho Democratic political guillo
tlno workers of this city, tho "ring," noted
in this matter oxcoedingly well. Ho
was anxious, as was ulso Judge Mulkey
his best friend, to compromise on Jutlg
Crawford, but tho stubbornness of u few
hurd-hoads Jklllod overy attempt to sctll
and tho marplots succeeded in their dc
termination to shatter tbo Democratic and
Liberal Republican coalition.
Wo were mistaken in our belief that the
consolidation of sevoral States with XI 1 i
nois into ono internal revenuo district
would temporarily teor Major D. W,
Munn from tho public teat. Ho is re
talned as Supervisor of Revenue in other
words, as Radical party organizer for tho
States of Illinois, Wisconsin and Michl
gan. This appointment is a part of the
prico Senator Logan is receiving for h!
support of Gen. Grant. Major Munn
Gen. Logan's henchman in Southern 111!
nols. He is an able, although somotimes
Indiscreet politician, a man who, oven in n
bad cause, can assumo tho appcaranco of
absolute devotion to that cause- and de
ceive his intimates into tlio belief Hint lilj
acting springs from tho promptings of
conviction. Gen. Grant was wiso when ho
securod Gen. Logan's peculiar and un
scrupulous Influenco, and Gen. Logan nei
ther injured hit own nor Gen. Grant's in
terests when he secured tho energy and
peculiar political talents of Major Munn.
am ttllnll fnrrna with vnll Hint vmii innnnrl
could ho obtained. I do not now remember
any particular language used at my Inter
view with tho President, and would not
hazzard doing htm nn injustice by attempt
ing to quote Irom memory, but the Impres
sion maue upon my minu ny me interview
was fixed and distinct."
The statement seems to Indicate that I had
n good chance for more patronage than I
wanted, had I concluded to servo the l'rcsl
dent at thu expense of my convictions of
duty. If one of us wa. In the market, it was
noi i, now lar men attempts were enrneu,
others may be better able to tell than myself.
rUTTINO DOWN THE ST. LAWRENCE THE
SPARTAN 8TKAMKR THOUSAND ISLANDS
nitocK.ni.LE prkscott sr. rk-
019 lono bault rapids cotkan
du lac and la chine rapids
old jjaptistk montreal.
St. Lawrence Hall. )
Montreal, Canada, July so, 1872. J
DOWN THE ST. LAWRENCE.
Our last letter loft us at tho North
British hotel in Kingston. A Httlo after
4 o'clock tho next morning, a rap at our
door informed us that tlio boat was In, and
half an hour later found us on tho deck of
tho stoamor Spartan, of the Royal -Mail
Line. And right hero I will say for tho
benefit of your rendors who may tako n
trip down the St. Lawronco, that If thoy
buy an excursion ticket, as we did, from
St. Louis to Boston and return, thoy will
also soli you nt tho samo timo a ticket
from Kingston to Montreal by steamer,
for four dollars extra. Persons intending
to go down tho St. Lawrence- should be
uro and get their tickets beforu starting
from home, otherwise you will havo to pay
live dollars in gold or about six dollars in
currency. Thero wero formerly two lines
tho river and tho faro was lower.
This season, howovor, tho Roynl Mull
lino has purchased tho American lino and
raised tho prico.
was woll flllod with a crowd of gay and
happy tourists. Among others, wo wore
glad to meet Geo. Todd, Esq., and family,
f St. Louis, who like ourselves had left
tho city of hot bricks and burning streets
for tbo life-giving, bracing breezes of tho
St. Lawrence. Mr. Todd, after spending
a fow days among the Green mountains of
Vermont, intends going with his family
across tho "pond" to stav a couple of
years in Franco and Switzerland. After
breakfast wo all hastened on deck, as wo
wero Just ontoring tho
so it Is callod, though it is said there uro
ovor eighteen hundred in reality. Some
of them aro of immense size-and contain
large and woll cultivated farms; othors so
small that they could not hold a good-sized
hen's nest. Pullman, of palaco car fame.
hits purchased ono of these islands, built u
summor house- on tho same, and is now en
tertaining his guests in royal stylo. Tne
sail down among tho Islands was delight
ful. In tho vicinity of Alexandria bay
which is a great resort fur sportsmen, u
largo party wero encamped on one of tho
islands. At our approach tho v saluted us
with their cannon, which was replied to by
cheers frcra on board and by our whistle.
A great many small boats wero out tilled
with disciples of old Izack Walton, looking
for "musculoanguo," which hero grow to
immense size and in great ubundunce. A
lew miles below wo cuuio to tbo charred
Tax fall of Rev. G, S. Robertson, late of
SpriBgneld, in this State, from sobriety
and chastity, has created a decided stir In
religious circles. It Is sad very; but
preachers are flesh and blood and are not
always delivered from temptation. Let
us forgive bits. Drunk, was be? Lord
bleu us all, let us tw thankful that we can
guzzle and the world cannot detect It, and
let us not taboo those unfortunates who,
looking upon the wine when it is red, pub-
their inebriety to the world. A
lato St. Louis speech
u nan iremiently been ch
not have made opposition t
rotilil 1 have had all the pa
I never noticed the nertl
in bis lato St. Louis speech Sonator
Schurz made tho following chargo:
:.""Wmi' f.K" charged that I would
nto President Grant
lintrOllHL'U I IVnllfinl.
President hlmwli VuakeV, 3! rpgard to mo
the Mine charge, us 1U' rei . rte.l t o hivu
done iu un Interview recently m,bii bed 1
feel compelled to make a Matcii lent bleb
but for tills, 1 Mould probubly Iia ewltl ,.i '
When the 'sau Domingo ?X imu "wi ' !
I WMllvrttr, liM iuv mill I
lniik' fiitm. e
each one Mparately, nollclting my Hipport to
the project, and telling mu that 1 could huu
all the patronage I wanted If I would aid thu
last, having been
.waaan, toot "Well, may beaven have
Mrcjr OR bis soul ; the world won't, or on
its refutation either.
kiunucreu nv tnc Aiim niuti-niim, nr,.u i
taunted on the floor or the Senate concern
ing the motives of my opposition, I Inquired
of one of tlaso gentlemen whether hU re-
in i it, "-"i" """' "I" " JJoinlngo scheme
... . ,....w,.uKU nviv uiiiiiorizuti jy the
knowledge and consent, and after 1 had l ad
a conversation with him the Problem,) that
1 aiiIIaiI tlfinn vim fitul liuil l " al
you spoke of. My impression at this time I.
that the President Jclred your support lor
mi aau Auuiiugu ii'iivim', nuu wisucu to be
HULK or THE STEAMER KINGSTON,
of tho sumo line us our own steutner, which
was burned u few weeks sinco while on her
way down tho river. Hut ono pussenger
was lost a lady, who in her hurry to get
a lifo prcsorver on lot it slip down too low,
so that when sho touehod tho water she
drowned iuimediutely. In this vicinity it
is sum one Hundred islands cm be seen in
ono view, and wo do not doubt it. Tho
scene was almost a fulry ono. Aftor pass
ing this retnnrkuble group
WE CAME TO UUORKVILLE,
which is situated at tho foot of thu Thous
and islands and named In honor of Gun.
Brock, who fell on Queenston heights In
tho wur of 1812. This town, like all otb
ers on the Cunuda side of the river, is
mostly built of n black looking granite,
und looks as though it was commenced
and llnishcd in the year one. A fow miles
below our steamer landed ugaln; this
on tho Canada side, opposlto Ogdensburg,
in Hew York statu. Prescott contains
ubout 3,000 inhabitants, und is a place ot
conslderublo importance, (for Cuuuda).
On tho quays ut least i!00 pieces of bag
gago wero piled up, and full as muny own
ers for tho samo awaiting our arrival.
Tho Spartan was comfortably full before,
i .t.t. .i. t .
uuu nuu iuis largo accession, was un
comfortably crowded. About llvo miles
below is Chimney Island, on which tho
remains of un old French fortiileation
may bo seen. Tho llrst rapid on tho St
Luwrencu commences hore, nnd did not
amount to much ; u fow miles below how
ever, we camo to tho
LONO bAULT RAPIDS,
which nro nino miles In extent, and of tho
moU exciting charactor. In tho distanco
they look liko the Ocean in a storm, tho
billows roll, and foam nnd roar, und lash
themselves in fury, and tho rupids rush
along ut tho ruto of twenty miles an hour.
When tho steuinor got fairly into then!
und undor their influence steum was shut
oh", und wo wero curried forwards und
down hill with great velocity. Tho boat
struins, labors und tosses wildly ubout ;
four men ut tho whcol, and four men ut
tho teller rigged at tho end of the hurri-
cano dock, " holdhor lovel." It requires a
greutdoul of nervo nnd precision on tlio
part of tho pilots to keep her head straight,
with tho course of tho rapid, for if tho
boat should dlvorgo on tho least, so us to
bring her side to tho curront, sho would
iuetuntly capsizo and be submerged, und
no swimmer could, for a momeut, stem
the seething, rushing whirlpool of waters.
is built uround this, us woll as tho other
rapids on tho river. Tho ru jrom
Kingston, down tho river to Montreal is
inudo in ubout 13 huurs; it ukct 30 hours
to muko tho round trip by thu porug0
uround the rupids iu the cunuls, Alter
shooting down and ovor tlio rapids iu
sufety, wo found tho old Indian vlllugo of
which is still peopled by tho descendants
of tho Aborigines; a Catholic chapel Js
still standing hero that was built In 1700,
and containing a boll that was brotigni on
along polo carried on tho shoulders of tLo
Indians, over ono hundred nnd liny mucs
from Doorilold, Massachusetts, after tho
people massacro thoro by tho savages of n
grentor portion of tho inhabitants. Aftor
passing through Lako St. Francis, wo
camo to tho
COTEAU DU LAC RAPIDS,
which is full of torrlblo rocks ; nnd tho
stream as It passoi ledgo aftor ledge seems
to settle down from ono to tho othor.
Horo orn tho colobrotcd Split Rocks, dls
tlpctly soon from tho deck of tho boati
and ono Involuntarily holds his breath
until wo glido safoly by them. Cedar
Rapids aro n continuation of tho above,
and fully as exciting. At tho foot of
them wo passed tho stcamor Uolon, sunk
this season whllo making tho descont of
tho samo. About 20 miles bolow, tho river
widons into n largo and beautiful lake,
JUT ST. LOUIS.
This is a magnificent sheet of wntor
several miles in width, nnd about fifteen
in longtli. From this plnco a view of
Montreal mountain, is had full thirty
miles distant. In tho lako is a largo nnd
beautiful island, callod Run's Island,
which Is highly cultivated, nnd bolongs to
tho Gray Nunnery, in Montreal. On ar
LA CHINE. RAPIDS,
about 12 miles nbovo Montreal, nnd tho
most dangorous of all, on account of tho
oxtrcmo lowncss of tho wntor, wo wero
obligjd to transfer all our passcngora and
baggago to tho "Banshol" which was
awaiting our arrival. Tho Spartan hero
took tho canal nnd continuod on her trip.
Just beforo reaching tho rapids, u canoo
dnrtod out from tho shoro of an Indian
villago on tho right bank ; tho bont was
propelled rapidly by two little " Indian
boys" with u strip of red flannel about
their loins ; in tho stem sat
an old Indian pilot, woll known to all
tourists who has been cm
ployed for many years by nil
steamers crossing tho dangorous rapids of
tho Lachino. Tho Spartan horo stopped
her ongines, till old Baptiste took tho
whcol with soven aids, when wo dashed
Into tho rushing torrent. AVo went down,
down, until it seemed as though wo should
certainly go under. In looking back to
tho pilot house, wo wore obliged to look up
almost perpendicular. Every ono grasped
hold of something; a lady clutched our
arm with a norveous grasp. She, of course,
felt Bufe, and wo wero glad tho rapids wero
thero. Wo went straight for a mass ol
black rugged rocks, which If wo had
struck, would havo rent our boat asunder,
Tho wheel was hard aporl, nnd thero was
a moment of breathless suspeuso; no ono
moved hardly stirred. Soon, tho boat
oboyed her holm, nnd with the speed of a
lightning train wo rushed by tbo rocks,
nnd thodangorwas ovor. Shortly aftor,
wo camo in full view of the city, with its
long lino of shipping and steamships, its
massivo stone- nuavs, tho finest on this con
tinont, nnd its many towers and duines.
Tho last rnys of tho declining sun gliding
tho top of
NOTRE DAME CATHEDRAL
in n perfect flood of golden light, as wo
rounded to under tho magnificent Victovia
bridgo, (built entirely of iron, threo
miles in length, nnd over seventy feet
abovo our heads,) nnd steamed slowly up
to tho quay, nnd our doligluful trip was
over. 1 tre la St. Lawrence.
J. U. E.T.
Our Homo Advertisers.
Btttcber h1 Dealer In all kinds Freeh
CO IMA NlKtttEXTII AMD PorUI SHUTS,
HUTS nnd slaughters only thu Tory heat entile,
nog nnd cheep, nod Is prepared to fill toy de
nn nit for tresh mottn from one pound to ten
thnutitnd prundK. ilec2frtt.
AMD DtALKR IN
Kiqiith Street, Bxtween Washington
and c'ommkiicial avknuks,
AtlJolnlaK HI 'ScnhonMe) nail llsnnt'i,
Keep the tent or Beol, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Limb, SntiKe, etc., nd are prepared to ttrre
cilitnnn in tho most Acreplatile msnnnr.
Hklp on we perish. This Is what
neglected teeth would say if they could
remonstrate with their owners; and mark
this, tho teeth cannot perish or become
oiacK or yeuow ll tno aozoitont is used
Also, keep constantly on hand a moat com
plele stock of
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
o i N a.
l'ort, Madoria, Shorry and Catawba Wines
RUMYTH 4 CO. aell exclualtely for cash, to
. which fact thcr Intlte the eatieeUl atten
tion of close barijaln buyvri.
Special attention given to Filling Orderi
A whole people's opinion. When a
nation of forty millions accepts and en
dorses ns a Standard Restorative un
urticlo that it bus had the fullest opportun
ities of testing during a period of twelve
years, who can bo so absurdly incredulous
as to doubt tho excellency of tho prepara
tion ? Plantation Hitters hn3 passed
through this ordeal and is now tho most
popular proprietary medicine on this con
tinent, It would bo difficult to And un
adult of cither sex between tho Atlantic
nnd tho Pucitle, or botween tbo northeast
corner of Mnliio und tho Gulf of .Mexico,
who docs not know, either from personal
experienco or observation, that this re
nowned vegetablo remedy is tho purest
tonic and stomachic und tho finest alterative-
and regulating medicine nt present
beforo tho world. As n preventive of. and
euro for dlsoases generated bv malaria,
and ns a specific for dyspepsfn, rheuma
tism, nnd all norvous und billious nllec
tlons, it is admitted to be fairly pronouced
the Favorite Household Tonic and
Alterative of.tho Western Ilomisphoro.
Castoria n substitute for Castor Oil
a family physio which Is pleasant to tako
und doos nut distress or gripe, but is euro
to opcrnto when all othor remedies huvo
failed. It is n purely vegetablo prepara
tion, containing nolthor Minerals, Mor
phlno nor Alcohol, tho result of fifteen
years oxperimontlng ty Doctor Samuel
Pitcher. It is perfectly harmless nnd far
inoro ollcctivo than Pills, Narcotic Sy
rups or Castor Oil. By soothing tho
systom it produces naturul sleep, nnd is
particularly adapted to crying or toothing
children. It kills Worms, cures Stomach
Ache, Constipation, Flatuloncy nnd De
rangement ot tho Liver. No family can
uflbrd to bo without this article. It costs
but 35 conts nsk your druggist to get It
ior you, nnu no win always kce
The Illinois Central Kail toad Company now
ollerfor ttlo the followiim described lota InlKirM
Addition to tbo City of Cairo, via i
Lot 27 block 20, Lot 24 block f2.
" IS " 21), " 27 " 62
. 6 " S2. 28 i
' 0 ' St ' 82.
" 3 " Hi, " 32 ' 82"
orlnrm,el. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
Sdll " Aen'.
Willi I In gloomy nlloiidnnlH, low Ninr
Mm' deiireMNlitii, Involuntary -mlloii,
loHMur npiiipii, Hupriiialorrliipn. Iun ol
VIIHrr. lllixv llillll. Iohm of inminrv.
nnil threatened liniioteiirn mill Inibe.
Hilly, lluiln Moverrlvn cure In limn.
inr"N iinint'0Hllil NiM-rlllf! Nn
I WCllly.elKllt. Compo.ed nltl.nmnut vallia.
.i'1' potent Ouratlve lncy fliuc
m tlm root tlm ol tmtlir tone up t o yi.
tern, arri;i thedl.clmrKoa, nnd Pn.iirl viaornd
niersy, iiih unit vltullt) to t'l" ontuo nun. Tnev
......,,,-,, iiimiKiinuH oi even,
I'rice, so pei
. 5 i 1 ",r,,0e. ami n mrtre (2 vial, which
r.I .?.y VnI,or"")l "hainmte or old eases, or II
'r."!".?1'1''1' . "Old by all drillIJIl.. en
I'T lllrtll Oil If'i'iMtit t i 1'r
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Autl Dealer in Foreign Pruita &Nut8,
No. 134 Commercial-avc,
WIN EN AND I.IUUOHSi.
F. M . STOUKFLETH,
SCCCISI01 TO rOULX A ITOCEVLKTB
Rectlfycr nnd IVIinlraale Dealer In
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Omo Levee,
HEkftpion hund constantly a full stock ol
Old Krntuckr Bourbon, Kye nd Monontt.
iel Whlkleii, French lirinJies, llolUud (Jin,
Khlnmnd California Wines .m3i
v iioiUiLi ami etniL mime ix
j WINES AND LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of new and fpendld
-No. 7ft Ohio Levee,
Our Homo Advertisers.
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
VInes and Uquorn, which he will sell at the
very lowed figures. Call and examine.
For Salo at "Wholesale a Retail
CORNKIl 32D-STREET AND OHIO LEVEa
nr"UH I. ttAMM.K
Henry II . Meyer. AVIlliam .Stoner.
MEYER & STONER,
House, Hljjn and Steamboat
Decorating In Oil or Water Colors ; Kalzo
iiiln Ins and Paper IIa3KlnKi Graining and
.MarblfliiL' or overy description; Glldliig In
every dtyle, plain and ornamental.
l'lirtlciilaratti'iitliiii jiald to (ilas Gliding.
Orderi Millelted Ior Scenery, Fresco and
Jtaiincr ralntlng. Kancv (Hum, .Show Cards,
Ulld, I'lalu and ornamental,
Call at tho Shop and e.vamlno our work.
Old rlcturcH renewed or copied. .Satisfac
3STA1I work entrusted to our care will he
promptly attended to.
Shop In Tlminai'H old stand under tho
lVn y House, corner Commercial ave. and
8th street. 7.10 tf.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
HETWEKN WABII'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. HK. Fields Informs the public that lie has
1 V K 11 1' S T A Jt L E,
on the northwest side of Tenth street ns named
Hie 8lablc will bo furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the publia may no accommodated at All hours
of thf duv nnd night with sals tennis on the LOW
Dr. Field asks a shac ol fiubllo ralronae'i
nnd 111 endeavor to merit it by fair dealing anil
strict htientlon to buslnens.
COMMIfUilUN AND OliWAUIlN.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIHBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. Tl. Uendrlcts & Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
r2 Liberal Adtsncemenn made SW
V upon Cunnl((oment. Al
Are prepared to receite, sloro and forward
frelnhts to all points and buy and
ell on commission,
Mrnimlnesa attended to nrnmpttr;
?UUD I WOOD I I WOOD II
The undermined will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aasriirnp.ll ssol Clienpitr
had any wood dealer in Cnlro. Lcnvo onlers
011 the slates at the l'ostollieo and at llosg,
coal yanl, 011 Coninierelal avenue, between
'lentil and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. J
give good measure and will cord the wood
up If desired.
aivylfMf DENNIS HALEY.
Z. V. MATI1UB9.. E, O .U1IL
3IATIIUSS & UIIL,
C O M M I S S I ON M E R C HANTS
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. Bl OHIO I.KTEK.
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Successors toStratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plastkk l'Ant,
P L A S T E R E R'S II A I R,
Corner Elstblss Mrrct and Ohl Lvc
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
183 onio LEVEE,
W. 31. Williams, Jab. Kinsley,
Late of Vickiliurjs, Hiss. Late ot Uln'tl, J
W. 31. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIAL HALLUOAI), STEAMBOAT AND
FORWAHDINO AM) COMMISSION
C5, OHIO LEVEE,
CAIItO, ..... J J j),
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Phlllit,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And Agtnts of
OHIO RIVER AND KAN AW II A
70 Ohio Levee,
Our Home Advertisers.
MTOVKM, TIN WAMfc, KfV,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
v Vf pIHHHbPsbiW
'ft'JP H?llo We.CIelhes Wriniers Telle
Wore, Coal Hod, PlratHkoTals, Alt Otm.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHUT
No. 166 Washington-ftvenue,
Rooflns;. Ootterinr, and all kind of Jo
done at ahottt potlc febldlf
ARE UNDOUIITKIlLT THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
REST TO USE;i
EASIEST TO SELL
And ncrcr fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANT AND"ALL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS !
Efarjr stoia oflsrtd Is proof UuU the
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOINO IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than anjr otlir Cooking Hlo? made.
OLll I1V EXCELSIOR MANU'fO. COM TAN T,
Wtioltsal I)altta ib all kinds of TINNERS'
HTOC'K ; aod by all lira Biora DMlera, Ilk
C. W. HENDERSON,
W Commercial. Anu,
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
180 Commercial Atbkus, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
12. E OF1 E IGEEATOES
for Window bcrens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
dec, &C, &c. -
CRADLES, &o, Ac.
Also manufacturer of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Wars
Eole Agents for the caUbraUd
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveable Point Steel Plow
Grat's Patent Coal Oil Cams,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
bcantlin a cook's
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a anr cur'a lor amoklnsi ahlmela
CAIR.0 CITY COAL
(a praparad to anpplj customer with (he best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
VRT)ER4 left at Halllday Bros pMee.TO OHIO
) LKVEK, or t the CoajTard Ulow the Hi.
CharUi Hotel, will rclTprOB)l sMestlM. ..
Tilts TUu "MOnTAl'K" wUIna tMSttSK
to altaaars at any hour.