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THE CXlRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 1872.
JOHN II. OBEHI.Y, Editor snd Publisher.
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CLKRK OF SUrRKMK COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OEOROE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF F.OUALIZATION,
of lUnJolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
I! ARMAS as n candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
Wc arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wc are authorized to announce II. W,
WEBB, ESQ., oi a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to announce 1. II
POPE a a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP a a candidate for Sheriff at the emu
Jug November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON HIVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff of Alexander county.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN
H. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decl
(ion of the Democratic Convention
Rooms of Liberal Executive Com 1
SPRINGFIELD, Il.U, August, 11,182. )
John H. Oberly, Esq.:
The following appointments have been
made lor Gov. Kcerncr, by the Liberal Exec
utive committee :
Du Quoin, Thursday, September Mb, at
Centralis, Friday September Gth, daytime;
Carlyle, Saturday, September Tth, daytime;
O. M. Hatch, Scc'y.
Oolesby says he sometimes blackguards
a little, but it's always In fun.
The New York 'Evening Post' says in
one breath : "Democrats will not vote for
'Greeley; his election would kill tbo
'party," and in the next breath aks!
"Shall the progress of decay and death in
' the Democratic party be arretted by the
election or Greeley ?" The ' Post' shouldi
at least attempt to appear to be consistent.
The disposition of the Americans to
blackguard a little, grows, according to
Dick Oglesby,out of our " robustious con
'stitntlon." Poor old Dick ; he is almost
gone. A combii lcn of too much liquor
and too little senso has made an ass of
lilm. II o is, boyond all expression, tho
filllest orator on the Radical side, and
there are fearfully weak men now
holding up the Radical end of tho string
in this State.
" DIRTY WORK LOGAN.''
Logan was called by tho Republicans,
before tbe war, "Dirty Work John A.
'Logan," and it may interest the Radicals,
black and white, to learn how ho obtained
tbe name. Tho information is contained
in the. following extract from u speech
made by him in tho House of Representa
tives, at Washington, in 1850 ;
"I was born a democrat, and all mv
life I have learned to believe that tbe
democratic party in National convention
never do wrong. I have never known
th6 democratic party in National conven
tion to endorse a platform that was not
consiiuni wttn my views. " Tho
gentleman from Illinois (meaning hlmelf)
holds that tho territories of this country
were purchased by the common blood and
common treasure or the common pooplo,
and they are as free to the South as to the
florin, to me tfa.t as to the West, and
that there is no restriction in the Consti
tution to provent men from carrying
PropWjT r J?"y dttcriptwn upon that
i0' .. , Thte, cntl'on fiom Illinois
(still weaning himself) holds to the Con
tltutlonal guarantoo to the people of tbe
lavaholding states, and to tbo law passed
by coBgress for tbe purpose of roclatminu
fugitive elaes. The gentleman from II
Ilaou) also holds it is the duty of every
good cltlten to assist In carrying out that
tow M one of the laws of our common
try. and that the man who refuses to
M not a patriot,
''AifRJT that bat been in Illinois,
ij spina " nwru nit ana I call
Illinois a Western state, for I am ashamed
longor to call it a Northorn States has
been mado by democrats. In Illinois tho
democrats have all that work to do. You
call It tho dirty work of the democratic
Sarty to catch fugitive slaves for tho
outbern people. We are Killing io ptr
fortn that dirty tiork."
Sheriff Irvln dally receives assurances
that his strength in Alexander county has
not decreased any sinco tho last election,
and that it is Increasing. Mr. Pope con
cccdcs his election, unless he, Munn
and Lincgar can whip into the traces all
tbe Radicals of the country precincts who
have announced thoir intention to vote
against Mr. Saup. This gives to tbe can
vass, on the part of thcto Radical leaders,
a partisan drift which we regret. Mr.
Popo has said time and again (and it is a
well-known fact that ho, with Major Munn,
controls tho Radical party, making niggers
and whites do Just as ho pleases), that pol
itics are to bo kept out of tho Issue that
the motto : " May tho best man win,"
would bo tho slogan of tbo contest; but
now h6 comes with his threat of party
pressure against Mr. Irvin. Wo cannot
believe that in this contest the whip that
Popo and Munn flourishes over tho Radi
cals of tbo county will havo tho desired
effect. Wo have still a hope remaining
with us, that tbo Radical whito men of
tbe county will act independently of
dictation and decido between Irvin and
Saup on their merits as men and officers.
As it stands now, the Radicals and Liber
als of tho county would voto for Irvin or
Saup in accordance with their opinion of
tbo qualifications of either for tho office.
Saup desires this kind of n contest, and
Irvin's friends are anxious to have it drift
into that channel, not becauso tbey fear a
political fight but because tboy havo con
fidence in their candidate Mr. Pope
should not therefore threaten that he will
use his party lash to defeat Irvin. The
truth is, that issue would please The
Bulletin. We desire a straight fight
with tho Radicals in this county, and it
is our opinion, which tbo more
knowing of tbo Liberals have over-ruled,
that wo should nominate a stialght
ticket and stand or fall by it. As
it is, the Liberals arc fighting outside of a
party organization, whilo Mr. Pope, who
is the embodiment of tho Radical organ!
zation, is driving all tho Radicals to vote
in opposition to every man who is not
PATRON'S LIFE OF GREELEY.
This is one tbo most notable books of
tbo times, And decidedly one of tho bost
written And remarkably interesting of
Amorioan biographies. Wo do not pro
pose to review it from a political stand
point, for it is not designated as a more
campaign book, but a work of standard
value, from tho pen of A writer of estab
lished reputation, whoso biographies of
eminent Americans are well known and
highly valued. Mr. Parton's writings are
all Intorosting on account of tho care ho
oxorciscs in collecting incidents, and tho
ingenuity with which bo weaves thorn
into tbo story of life, to reliovo tho tedium
of dry facts and monotonous narration.
Such a work cannot bo reviewed in tho
compass of an ordinary book notice, and it
is tbcrofore bost to simply inform the
reader, that it was commenced sovoral
years ago, beforo Mr. Greeloy was thought
of as a presidential candidate, and faith
fully writ ton as ono volume in tho series
of Parton biographies, simply for its gen-
oral interest and intimate connection
witii tho history of tho country, for near
half a contury. Commencing with his
birth, and following him through all tho
vicissitudes of early years of trial and ad
versity, tho school which dovolopod tho
wonderful power that marks his riper
years and carried him forward to tho time
when the pooplo honored him with tho
nomination for tbo highest placo in our
land. Not written in the interest of party,
it is a full and impartial history, ontiroly
freo from partisan bias, and worthy a
placo in cvory library in tbo land as a
book of refurenco, n guido to young men
and an incontivo to renewed activity for
every aspiring mind.
Tho volume is a largo duodecimo, olo
gantly bound und appropriately illus
trated, and is sold through tho canvassing
agonts of tho National Publishing Co.,
Cinnclnnatl. All things considered, and
all predilections asldo, it appears to us
one of tho bost and most genorally desira
ble books of tbe year.
Hons. Wall and Alien would address the
people at tho court house. That ovonlng
ono hundred and one procession lamps
wore immediately ordered; at tho ap
pointed time tho Greeloy men, of Murphys-
boro, met at Peter Moultor's, a thorough
Gorman Liberal, to recolvo their lamps
and form tbo procession. Evory lamp
was laxon possession of, and there wero
many who did not tako part owing to tho
want of more lamps. After marching
through the principal streets thoy pro
ceeded to tho court house, which was soon
filled to repletion, with persons awaiting
to hoar tbe welcomo volco of two of
Egypt's most worthy orators. Here and
there one could discern tbo woo-be-gono
countenance of a Grantito, who felt his
utter insignificance and shame, after being
eclipsod without the use of their bosom
friends, tho niggers, by tho brilliant dit
play of the advocates of a reformation in
tho governmental affairs. One of tho
worshipers of Grant's administration, msk
ing some sneoring remark concerning tho
procossisn, came in contact with the fist
of a certain individual, which proved too
much for Rad's equilibrium, and sent him
not quite where tbo woodbino twlnctb, but
to grovol in tho dust as they all shall do
ero long. The Rods, thinking to mako a
greater display than we did on that night
sounded the trumpet near nnd for, to let
people know something was up, on last
Saturday night ; wo must give them credit
for tho manner in which thoy turned out
this tlmo. Judgo Parks was their "oraclo"
and would-be orator. He was a staunch
Democrat until four weeks since, when ho
cast his lot with Grant. He could not seo
the goodness of Grant's administration
until after he chanced. Ho used the
most indecouros and obscene language
that over was uttered by an orator.
A Greeley and Brown club was organ
ized at Grand Tower last Friday nigbt.
Tho Liberal movement is prospering, new
converts coming over ovcry day. There
Is a great deal of sickness in this section
of tho country death often Invading the
household and taking away the flower of
the flock. Court is still in sossion ; none
of tho criminals havo yet had their trials.
I havo not the timo to notico all tbo news
of interest, this time, but will report to
you tbo proceedings of our next mooting
on Thursday nigbt. Neii
LETTER FROM JUDGE
JOHN B. H AAV LEY'S DOUBLE
thoy told mo that it was true, and was notorious.
Shortly after I had made the statement
at tho Dixon meeting, early in June last,
ol Kewaneo, saying that ho heard a report
ot my romarvs, ana requesting mo tosenu
him a papor containing a report of them.
I did not then know who Mr. Ladd was,
but I replied to him, stating that I bad no
report of them, but would tell him what I
had said, which 1 did, substantially as I
havo abovo repoatcd it. In reply, I re
ceived ahothor letter from him, in which
ho stated as follows:
"You correctly apprehend my motives
in making tho Inquiries I did, as Mr.
Wilson is my partner and I was a littlo
curious to seo what was said about tbo
matter. I would say that your version of
tho Utah farco is correct. Shaffer do
manded tbat Wilson decido tbo point in
Juestlon before tho caso was brought bo
oro him, And informed him how ho must
decide it, as tho 'president' had so ordered,
and that if ho did not so decido ho would
bo romoved. Ho did not so decido, and
was romoved, "bocauso tho judges wero
the governor's stafi," and he (the president)
"must havo harmony among his officials."
The samo point was afterwards brought
up beforo Mr. Wilson's successor and tho
other judicial missionaries, and decided as
tho president wanted it to bo ; and it has
lately bocn reversed by tbo supremo court
of the United States. The transaction Is a
very good Illustration of tho military rulo
of the 'gifted' president."
With this ovidonco and tho fact that
Mr. Hawlcy's card is carefully guarded so
as to deny only tbat tbo statements woro
mado At a conversation betweon tho presi
dent, Mr. Hawley, and Judge Wilson, I
submit that tho pretended denial does not
reach tho material points; and that thoy
remain uncontradicted and fully sus
tained. The Rock Island 'Union' asserts that
Judgo Wilson was called upon tbo stand
atn public meeting in Kewance, by Mr.
Hawley, and that ho corroborated Mr.
Hawley's statement. I don't know what
Judgo Wilson may have said; but I Ap
prehend it will be found he only stated
tbat ho was not present at tho conversa
I havo sinco then been invited to ad
dress a meeting at Kewanee on next Mon
day ovcnlne, which I proposo to do j and
there will then be an opportunity of ascer
taining wnetner tne substance of my
cunrpes nm oeon uenica oy anybody.
I am your ob't. servant,
John V. Eustace.
ANOTHER LETTER FROM TnE
HUH OF JACKSON COUNTY.
THE LIBERAL CAUSE IN GOOD
MUHI'IIYHHOItO, ILLS., Sept. !i, 1872.
Editor Cairo Bulletin :
Dear Sir: As tbo air is moro exhil
arating since tho rain, a week or so since,
ono finds his dormant faculties aroused
and assuming an active dispo
sition. I am happy to inform you that
there is more intcrott manifested in the
Liberal cause than I anticipated; it soems
as though we have awakened to a sense
of our duty, and are beginning to mako
duo exertions for its welfare, and final
success. There is quite a rivalshlp ex
isting between tbe Greeley men and Rads,
each endeavoring to outAlo tbe other. On
last Thursday, it was announced that
Dixon, Ills., Aug. 20, 1872.
Editors of the Rock Island Argus :
Sirs: I stated in my Springfield
speech, as I had done on several occasions
before, that at or about the time when
Gen. Shaffer, of Freeport, was appointed
by President Grant governor ot Utah ;
Mr. Wilson, of Kewance, Ills., was also
appointed Judgo of the United States
court for that territory; that soon after
ward it becoming known to Gen. Shaffer
tbat Judgo Wilson was about to decido
against the constitutionality of an act of
congress in reference to naturalization,
Shaffer had an Interview with AVilson,
and on boing thon informed tbat such
would bo hit decision, notified him that ho
would bo removed; that ho was accord
ingly shortly thereafter removod, and
Judgo McKean, so many of whoso de
cision have recently been overrulod by
tho luprcmo court at Washington, was
appointed in his placo; that at tho request
of Judgo Wilson, Mr. J. B. Hawley, mem
ber of congress from this district, called
upon tho president to know whether there
wus any cbargo on tun tilo against Wil
son ; that tho president informed him
thero was not. Tho quostion was thon
asked why was ho removod; to which the
president replied, in substance, that lie
was removod bocauso it was known that
ho was about to decido tbat law to be un
constitutional, and that judges "and all
other mombers of the governor's staff"
must carry out tho policy of tbe govern
ment, or be romoved.
This was tho substantial part of my
statement. I made tho samo statement at
a public meeting in Dixon on the night of
ureeicy s nomination ; and it was published
in tho Chicago papers.
I know that frequent attempts havo
been made to obtain from Mr. Ilawloy a
denial of the statement; and be has at
length been goaded into publishing what
is meant to be understood as a denial ; but
what is In fact a inero evasion.
Ho says that no such things wero btatcd
at any intnrviow between the prosldcnt,
himself and Judgo Wilson, and his wholo
caid refers " to such a conversation."
Now, it may bo true that Judgo Wilson
was not present at tho interview. Until
two days ago I had supposod that Judgo
Wilson was present, but 1 havo sinco
boon informed by a member of tho bar,
residing in Corinno, Utah, that after his
romoval a romonstrance was signed by
manv of tho leadintr men of Utah and for
warded by Judge Wilson or his friends to
.Mr. ilawloy at Washington.
But tbo question whether Judgo Wil
son was present at tbo Interviow is al
together unimportant. Tbe material ques
tions aro, wnetner uuugo Wilson was re
moved for tho causo statod, and whether
tho president made to Mr. Ilawloy tbe re
marks attributed to mm.
I will now brioQy refer to some of the
proof sustaining my positions:
l aiurm, mat nearly a year ago, in a
conversation with Hon. Ira O. Wilkin
son, formorly judgoN of Rock Island
circuit court, and now a member of tbo
firm of Wilkinson, Sackott & Bean, Bry
an, block, Chicagp, similar statements
were made by Judgo Wilson or Mr. Haw
ley, and, as I bolievo, by both of them :
I also assort tbat at or about the timo
of tbo interviow, Don Piatt, tbo Wash
ngton correspondent of tho Cincinnati
' Commercial,' was informed as to what
had taken placo at it, and tbat ho pub
lished a full account of it, as I have civen
it, in that paper, and I havo reason to be
llovo that he got his information from Mr.
Ilawloy and from Judgo Wilson.
I can, if wanted, give tbe name of an
other distinguished gentlemen of Rock
island to whom Judgo Wilson told tbo
story ol tho conversation, and, in all ma
terial points, told It as I have done,
In fact, if any more proof is wantod it
can bo ftirniihod by a host of witnesses.
I anort that, two or tbreo months ago,
Mr. Hawley, when on a visit to Dixon,
repeated tho samo statement at tbo Na
cbusa bouse, In the presence of several
gentlemen, two or whom were Captain
Henry D. Dement, the prospectlvo Grant
candidate for the legislature from Lee
county, and Benjaman F. Shaw, esq., edi
tor or the Dixon Grant paper. These
contlemen are political friends of Mr.
Hawley, but they aro honorable men, and
will not contradict my statement. When
at Rock Island, some six weeks ago, I
mentioned tbe matter to Dr. Truesdale
and P. L, Cable, esq., and asked thtm
about the correctness of the statement ;
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Watches, worth from $20 to $W0 each.
I .allies' Gold Leontlnc Chains, dent' Cold
VeM Chains, Solid uml Doubled-Platcd
Slluu Table and Teaspqons, Photograph
Albums, .icwerly, Ac., &v Vc.
Whole number Gift", lO.OOO. Tickets Limi
AGENTS WANTED TO SELD TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Sliurle Tickets ?J: Six Tickets $10; Twelve
Tickets e20; Twenty-five Tickets ?W.
Cinuiara cuntamiDK a full Hit of prlim, de
scription of the manner ol drnwInK, and other
Information In reference io the distribution, will
he rent to any one ordering them. All If tiers
mutt he addressed to L. 1. MINE, Hoi, M,
nrritt, Cincinnati, O.
101 WettSth t. noT-wAdlv
The Illinois Central Rail Road Company now
otter for sale the following described lots la Firs
Addition to the City of Cairo, Tin
Lot 27 block 20. Lot 24 block 82,
" IS " 20. ' 27 " 82,
4 ti gj 2S 82,
S 82, " 31 " 82,
i S 82, " S2 " 82.
or termt.eKi. apply to JAMES JOHNSON,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tho Co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween II. ii. Meyer, nnd Wm. Stouev, under
ths firm name of Meyer & Stoner Painters,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will be continued at the old stand,
by H. H. Meyer. H. H. Mkyxk,
Aug. 81, 1872. Wm. stonir.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lkoalized n v State Authority and
Drawn in Pculic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class I, ro nc Drawn Sept. 30, 1672.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
l I'rlioor y),'J0
of .. 10.0OT)
6O0 Prises of...
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $&: Quarter
Tickets, $2 00.
Our lotteries are chartered hy the etate, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw
ings are under the superTltion of sworn com
The official drawing will be published In the
At. Louis papers and copy sent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme tbe last day of
eyery monm uunng me year iu.
Remit at our risk by postnfflce money order
reg'ttered letter, draft or einreaa. fend for cir.
cular. Address, MUKKAY, M1LLEK A CO.,
P. O. box 244. dt. Louie, Mo.
NPEC1AI, If ISTICKM.
BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.
This superb hair dye is the best In the
world perfectly harmless reliable nnd In
stantaneous. No disappointment. The gen
uine V. A. llatcbclors Hair Dye produces
Immediately a natural black or brown. Does
not stain the skin but leaves the hair cleans
solt and beautiful. The only safe and per
fect hair dye. SolJ by nil druggists. Fac
tory, 10 Uond street, . Y.
llauiiv relief to vouiil- men from the effects
of errors and abuses In early life. Manhood
reiiorcu. impcuimcms to .Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Rook and crlcu
lars sent free, in staled envelop..
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution having u high reputation for honor
able conduct nnd professional skilL
An Agent, male or female. In ever' township
to sell the ONLY standard book of the kind
'YOUMANAN'S DICTIONARY OF EV
ERY DAY WANTS."
containing !!0,000 Receipts In every depart
ment of human effort. $100 per vear saved
to ovcry one who ban it. Every body wants
1, K VF.lt v iiodv iiuyh it na soon as oiicreii.
HO per week, sure. EXTRA TERMS.
Agents will miss It if they do not address
Continental Fublishlmr Co.. !3 N. Sixth
Street, St. Louis. w-3in.
PAUL. CI. SIC IIC II, AM'U
SIMILIA SIMILIBU8 OURANTUR
HAVE prored, from the most ample exper
lence, an entire success: Simple Prompt
Efficient and Reliable. Thoy are the only med.
cines perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple that mistakes cannot be mado in using them;
en harmless as to be fren from (lunger, and to
etncloutas to be always reliable. They hare rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
1, Cures Fever,coni!eetlon, lnllammations.2i
'79 KPRINtt.arTMMUtt '70. "
r uj,auiu JIV1IAJMU. M
C. HAN NY,
KXNTUCKT JKAHS, fXTEA,
BLACK A LP AO AH
LARGE 8TO0K OF OARKCTINO
la Entire) NCork
VERY LOW FIOUKKS.;
coknkrStii bt. and commkb.ciai.-a v.,
Worms, worm fotcr, worm colic 24
:rjrn;.colio or teething ot infants..2S
nirrboca, of children and adulta...2a
llysealerjr, griping. h'llous collo...24
Cnolem-innrbus, vomiting.... 2n
Cholera, colds, bronchltus ......
Neiir..lKln, toothache, faceache 23
HcsMlMtaea, sink headache. vertlgo2S
Dyspepsia b.lloua atomache 2A
Wnftes,too profuse periods......35
Croup, cough, difficult breatlung...2A
StaltRhenm, Erysipelas, Kruptlon24
StciaataaUain, rheumatic paiuj....M
Pllea, blind or bleeding to
Ophlhlrsajr, and sore or weak eyc.W
Catarrh, acme or chroulc, Influenia&fi
AntniBa, oppressed t earning . BO
Ear Discharges, lmitlred hearingM
Ncroraianlarged glands, swelling?
tiesseral Debilllr, physical weak.SO
Ilropejrand scanty Secretions 60
NeaNleknnaa.slcknesa from ndlnrAO
Kldssey.Dlseaae, Gravel.. , ...60
Nervous Debility, seminal en.li.
sloDB.lmolunlar discharge"... .......1 00
1ve;Boie,wlth one 12 vial of powder
tery necessary in serious cases.,,6 60
Nore Month, canker &o
Ilrlaarjr Weabactts, wetting ked.i
Palnrnl ferloUa, with spasms. ...w
nnHerlnga,st change of life... ....... 1 00
Enlleuey .Hpasms, Ht.Vltui'dance.l on
Dlptberla. ulcerated sore throat 60
Of 85 to 60 large viaia, morocco
or rosewood eaae, containing a
speciae for every ordluary dla
rasen family la subject to, and
books ofdlreetlona ......frorn 110 to I2S
smaller Family and Traveling ca-e.
2i to 88 vials Trom til to
flpeoiflo lor sll Private Diseases,
both for Curing and ror Preren.
live treatment, m vials ann pocket
cases 83 to B OO
Cares Burns, Bruises, Lameness, Borenesa.Bore
lliroat.HpralDS, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia,
.jheumatitrn. Lumbago. 1'iles, Holls, ntiugK.bore
Eves. Uleelingof the tungs, NosebWach, or
of files, Corns, Ulcers, Uld Sores.
Price, 6 os., 60 nil. , Pints, II 60; Quarts, 11 76.
mm- llieie remedies, except Pond's Extract, by
thecaseor slnglo dox, are sent toany part of the
country, by mail or express, freo of charge, on
receipt of the price. m., .
UUMUOPATIiin Mpmmw rtn
oncILl,JF:!iA0' Broadway, Nsw.Tnrk.
r un dub Ol
'P. G. BCHUU.UAIIlO.Ills,
ST. NICHOLAS f
HARRY WALKER A CO, Kop'r.
This bouse Is Mwly mud up with, iwo
BILLIARD TABLES 7
AM tWO BUf
JENNY LIND TABLES
.Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon Is stocked with the
are compounded In tho most approved style
ESTComc and soc for yourself. They keep
on hnnd a lino stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
nro spread iiiornlnL' and evening at nln
o'clock, at which all aro Invited to panic
pate free ol charge. 8-l lil t fl
BOUT AMD nUOE (STORE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., near Atheneuin.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Miisos' yid Children's Gaitebs and
Also, Slippora of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at tbe
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examink.
WUUiM WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
Tbs undersigns) nil) furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Cheap, II not Chaaaer
bad any wood doaler In Cairo. Leave orders
on tho slates at the PostofHce and at Rosn
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, betwee.
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. , 1
give good measure and will cord the wood
up If desired.
auglO-tf DKNMS HALSY.