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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY,' SEPTEMBER 26, 1872.
FOR ONE DAY ONLY.
inbllrllea UMct, Bnlletla MMlldla
Mn. Ilruco Hunter llltlo boy lost lint
Saturday nt Molropolls has tiot yet been
Mn. Tom Darraii of tho Bollo Vernon
and Irvln Dugnn start for Louisvlllu to
dty and will return by St. Louli.
Mh. Henry Lnttcnur goes to St. Lout
to attend tho fair mid on other business
which will bo oxplalnod, In duo time.
MUSEUM AND MENAGERIE
Will exhibit in this city ou
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER SECOND
CORNER CKDAR & ELEVENTH STS.
Thl company haubcen largely augmented
since their last visit to this city, aro now piv
inx far better perfonnrnces than before.
Two performance at 2 and 7 o'clock p.m,
Admittance, 50 cents : Children under 10
For further particular?) see small bill!) and
W. U.PLATT, Ocn. Director.
L. Mvkrs, Agent.
Sucsorto U.S. Harrell.
GENERAL nOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton' Block 10th street bet. Commcr
cial and Washington Avenues.
Two small engagements, resulting in
lilaek eye mm swelled facos occurred
evening bofuro Inst. Ono up, and the
other down town.
Billy Morris rndo tho goat successful
ly night before last, and thinks he can
climb tho greased polo if allowed to placo
tacks In his heels.
Married in this city last evening Sep
tember 25th, at tbo residenco of Mr. Bob
Inson, by Rev. H. B. Thayer. Mr. Wll
Ham J. McKco and Miss Kate B. Robin
ton all of this city.
Reliqious services at tho Christian
church during tho cntlro present
week. Preaching by Elder Trimble- and
Elder Nash. A cordial Invitation to at
tend is extended to nil.
moots contemplated, but tbo enlargement
of all tho suctions of tho olo.
vator by putting another story
to them will probably bo tho
first step. Wo aro glad to chronicle this
movement. Cairo is tbo propor point for
tho ombarkntlon of bulk grnlu for tho
South mid foreign markets, and tho mo-
nient propor facilities aro provided, It will
movo this way to tho ocean us naturally as
docs the current of tho Father of Waters
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, botween Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
Is rrcslTin- dally new Invoices of
01 ry description, and at Paici to8cit ihs
TUB LATEST STYLES OF
St'RINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KIND
l)l)LLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN 8UN8UADE8,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept
l.i a First Class Millinery and Trimmings
Store. To be sold at the very lowcnt figure.
13" Call and see her. No trouble to show
The tow boat John Moans will bring
another fleet of iron oro barges in a few
days, and whon tho river rises, will tow
her cntlro floct to Pittsburg. Sbo has
boon laid up hero with n largo tow for
so mo days.
It is not truo that Jack Hodges nnd
Nick Uunsackcr wore closeted with Popo
and Linegar until after 2 o'clock on Mon
day night last. Wo hnvo this second-
banded it is truo but from a sourco the
reliability of which cannot bo questioned.
Mr. Oiikrly loft tho city yesterday for
St. Louis. Beforo his return (which mnv
bo looked for on Sunday morning) ho will
speak at Willnrd's landing nnd Joneiboro
at tbo former placo Saturday afternoon,
and at tbo latter placo Saturday night.
The signs of tho times indlcnto that the
Liberal majority in Alexander county,
will not bo less tban two hundred. Webb
will boat Popo two hundred and fifty
votes, and Irvin will beat Snup throo
hundred votes. Snup is u strong man,
but Irvin is utterly invincible.
Tux two cltir.ons who furnished each
othor with a pair of blnck eyes, nt Louis
Herbert's saloon, tho otbor ovoning, satis
fled the law by paying $9.00 each yester
day. Wo withhold namos, as they seldom
indulge in that kind of business. This
was the only enso beforo tbo police males-
It any ono desires information concern
ing tbo severity of tho storm night before
lost, it can bo obtained of Joo Able. Ho
walked down from tbo Cairo elevator.
whllo the wind and the ruin was most
sovcro, and arrived homo drenched to the
skin, and carrying tho skelloton of an um
brella. Tho road seemed about ten miles
long to him.
Tiik contost for City Treasuror to fill
vacancy resulted as follows :
FIRST .AND SECOND WARDS.
R. A. Cunninghan 183
M. B. Wiloy..T 00
O.K. Slock 80
THIRD AND roURTII -WARDS.
R. A. Cunningham 103
M. B. Wiley u.i
O. K. Slack 43
Mr. Cunningham rejoices mcokly over
H. T. QEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Cm Fitter's and Plumber material. Wood
pumps, glob and ancle valres, atop
eocks,eheck ?!?, etc.
atjo Attn roa
Tarta Brother PaUat DryOasHsttr
Ad Morehouse, Wells Co' Automatic Water
ladteator aad Supply Valve for steam boilers.
WIWTER'S BLOCK, COMMESCIAL-AVEVP
Louib Blatteau, whom overybody
knows, and who is tho friend of every
ooay, is now luuy installed in his now
quarters, on Eighth street, botween Com
mercial and Wushington avenues. Ho of
fers to the public tho best St. Louis been
the choicest, brands of wino and tho purest
liquors to be found in tho city, nnd hopes
timi these, civil treatment and cordial
reception, will insure to him a generous
snare oi public patronage. Come and
see Louis, In his new home. Ho has a wel-
como for overybody, and for you, reador,
a cordial ono. tf.
TUB NEW 8Y8THM.
groceries retailed at wholesale
frices roa cash.
AT H. 0. THIELEOKE'S STORE.
WASHINGTON AVENUE. BETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
BOIbt. DRY Cuba Sugar for -
4 Prime Rio Coffee for
i ft)i. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std.
' Prima Ttln (Inff fnr . .
" Choice "
" Old Government Java
Tea and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally a cbean.
Goods new, and full weight given. Call
(Soeeesser to P. Beop.)
WHOLESALE k RETAIL
KM WORKS, TOTS,
tea Commercial Avenue.
V e are prepared to testify Hint tho
storm of night bofore last was terrific
The darkness was mado intonso by occa
sional flashes of lighting, tho rain full in
torrents and tho wind blew almost u gale,
Listening to tho roar of tho wind, and the
rushing sound of tbo rain against tho win
dows, one could scarcely shuke off the im
pression that a second dvlugo had com
monccd. But tho rain was a wonderful
blessing. Cisterns aro replenished, tbo
water-cart business dried up, nnd tho nlris
cooled to an agreeable temperature.
We have seen a lottor nddressod to Mr
.1. U. Alotcalf of this city, by u relative
living in tho interior of Texas. Ho says
that if thore is n fair election Grooloy and
Brown will carry that state by nt lenst
00,000 votes. Ho is of tho opinion, how
ever, that n fair election will not bu per
mitted. The postmasters, acting no doubt
in accordance with instructions from
Washington, havo, for months, suppressed
or destroyed Domocratio papors. Tho
writer has recolved only two copios of tbo
Cairo Bulletin during tho presont year,
although tho paper has been mailed to
him with unfailing regularity. In this
way, and by other moans equally dis
honest tho Grantltcs hope to glvo the
electoral vote of Texas to Grant and Wil
son j but evon tho most daring villainy
will not prevail. Texas Is ovorwhelmingly
for Groeley and Brown and will so do
Preildont liea and Assistant Superin
tendent Good, of tho Mississippi Valley
Transportation Company, General Super
intendent Mitchell, and one of the direc
tors of the Illinois Central railroad, to
gother with Goneral Buckingham, of tho
arm of J. & E. Buckingham, of tho Cairo
Grain Elevator ore In tho city. Tbo object
of tbelr visit is tho Improvement of tho
Cairo elevator and yellow warehouse, so
a to facilitate the shipment of bulk grain
and package freight. We hkve net l
learned the nature of all the imnrov.
T he grocory storo of Ohonoy te Wilcox
corner of Eighth stroet and Washington
avenuo was burglarized during tho storm
night before Inst, but owing tbo awkward
ness of tho burglar no grcnt loss was sus
tained. Entrance to tho storo was
gained tiirough tho raniuom over tbo
door of an nnll-room und thenco through
n window. Tbo cash drawer Is ono of A.
O. Miles manufacture having a combina
tion ; ho burned a small hole In tho bot
tom of tho drawer with n candlo nnd thou
split n poico out largo enough to ndmit
the fingers of oao hand. This gnvo him
admission to but one compartmont of tho
drawer from which about C or 8 dollars
in city scrip and currency was extracted.
This wns tho extent of the theft. Exit
was mado through tho door on Eighth
strcot which was left open.
THE COSMOPOLITAN" CIRCUS.
Bnckcnstose's Cosmopolitan circus will
givo two exhibitions noxt Wednesday af
ternoon nnd ovening in this city. Wo no
tice from our oxebangos, that tho fame and
numo of this show havo become world wide
from tho oxcolloncy of its entortainmcnts.
Tho Cosmopolitan struck Cairo on Its up
trip, nnd created a sensation among tho
amuiemont going pooplo of this city,
Tho Cosmopolitan circus, musoum und
menagerie, of which Dr. Backenstoso is
proprietor, will givo an exhibition in
Cairo on its down river trip, on tho 2d of
October. This is tho circus which whs
hero recently, and which gnvo such un
bounded satisfaction to nil who had tho
ploasuro of bolng able to get under tho
tent. By tho wny, Backenstoso. when
you como to Cairo again, come with n tent
largo enough to bold all who want to got
in, or you will bo compelled to stay here
three or four days.
MORE NEGRO TERRORISM.
Scarcely n day paisoi that wo do not re.
ccivo indications of a purposo upon the part
of tho Grunt negroes of Cairo to socially
ostraclso and intimldatosuch of thoir class
ns havo avowed their purposo to support
tho Liberal nominees.
On tho streets yestordny wo listened to
a discussion bstwoon a Grant and Greoloy
negro, during which tho formor employed
tho following threatening langungo: "I
know old Grooloy, I know all about him.
Ho lived in Tuscumbia whnr I lived, and
mado his money bv soiling negrocH. I
say I know him, and becauso I do know
him. I'll help to tar and foathor every ne
gro in Cairo who says ho intonds to voto
To tho attompt upon tho llfo of Mr. J.
T. Alton wo hnvo referred already. Since
thou ho has boen watched tho Grant
negroes of tho city bolng manifestly re
solved that if ho doesn't vote for Grant
ho shall not llvo to vote for anybody.
On Monday last tho notorious Jake
Bradley, a negro who, for weeks at a time
has occupied a cell in our county jail un
der a charge of hog. stealing, told the Rev.
Mr. Shores that he, Shor's, wns deterred
from making a speech for Greeley in
Black Bottom, through fear; that tho
Grant negroes woro determined that ho
should not mako thospoecb, and that, if
ho overuttomptod to mako a Greeley speech
in Cairo, he, Bradley, would suo to it that
he was driven from tho stand by a sbowor
And thus day after day tbo evidences
aro multiplying that such of our colored
men as hnvo the independence, to declare
themselves for Greoloy, are to becomo ob
jects for tho hate and violenco of the
great maw of our colored population who
aro manipulated by designing whito men
in tho interest of tho Radical party.
Should these things pass un re
buked by tho honest portion of our
people should they fail to call out ex
pressions of emphatic and determined
condemnation, who shall say that tho fu
ture of tbo canvass shall not bo murkod
by doplornblo sconos of riot nnd blood -
GREELEY AND BROWN.
THE CLUn MEETING LAST NIOHT A
LA HOE AND ENTHUSIASTIC OCCA
SION. Tho mooting of tho Grooloy and Brown
club, last night, was one of tho most on
thusiustic of the campaign. Capt. W. P.
Hnlliday wns cnllod to tho chair, nnd,
thanking the nudlenco for tho honor, im
mediately announced Judge W. II. Green,
as ono of tho speakers of tho
ovoning. Tho Judge's speech
wus a ringing ono full of sting
ing denunciations of tho Grnnt ndminls-
trution, of able expositions of tho corrup
tions of its oweors, and of tho gross sins
of omission and commission which has
rondorod the government n by-word and
roproach among all intelligent pcoplo of
tho earth. Tho Judgos rovlow of tho
financial policy of tho administration, or
its class legislation, its favorit
ism and nopotlsm was masterly and
exhaustive, and nt frequent
intervals elicited uproarious rounds of tto
most enthusiastic applause His speech
consumod about forty minutes, nnd was
well received throughout.
Judge Green was followed by Hon. H.
Watson Webb in an enthusiastic and of
fectivo speech of twenty minutes duration.
Ho rocolved the marked attention of tho
audience, nnd was frequently applauded
His reference to Grant's career in Cairo"
hls drunkenness and general dissipation
was damaging in tho oxtremo, and some
thing new to citizens who located in Cairo
since the close of tho war.
An opportunity bolng glvon to voters
to becomo members of the club, slxtv-
seven names woro Immediately added to
the list of members.
A motion to adjourn until next Wednei.
day evening prevailed, after which the
crowd, giving three cheers for Greeley
and Brown, quietly dispersed.
Stonmer Mountain Oak, Slmwncotown.
" John Luiiiidou, Evunsvlllo.
" Ln Belle, Now Orleans,
" Mohawk, St. Louis.
" Hello Memphis, Memphis.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
11 Illinois, Columbus,
" City of Chester, St. Louli.
Steamer Shannon, New Orleans.
" Mountain Oak, Grand Chain.
" Bollo Memphis, St. Louis.
" Jim Fisk, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" City of Choslor, -Memphis.
Ilia MUDDY COAL.
Stcnmbonts supplied nt nny timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut conl, in nny quantity, nnd on usual
lorms, at tbo yard nt Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon implication.
H. V. Olyi-uant,
D. A. Hokf.k, Geu'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
IIOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho flno packot Grand Tower Is tho
regular boot departing for Memphis and
way points, this evening at 0 o'clock. The
fine steamer City of Vlcksburg will loavo
for St. Louis and way landings, at 0 p.m
Tho Eddyville is the regular packet for
Evansville nnd nil points on tho Ohio
river, loaving at 0 o'clock p.m. Tbo
favorite packot Jim Fisk, Jr., is tho dally
packot for Paducah und way points, ut 4
o clock p.m.
CONDITION Or TDK RIVERS.
Tho Ohio, at this point during tho past
21 hours, was stationary. Tho latest ar
rival from tho Ohio says thoro is 3 feet
over the shoalest place between hero nnd
Evansville. Tbo Ohio nt Louisvillo and
Cincinnati is now falling, with nn unim
proved channel between tho two places.
At Pittsburg the rivora aro slowly fulling.
Arkansas river is stationary. Tho Missis
sippi continues falling, with five feet over
the worst place. Seven feet to Memphis
ancight feet below there.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
Business on tho landing yesterday wns
vory fair, nnd somo heavy shipments to
southern ports was mado. The weather
wns nllernntoly clear, and cloudy with a
The Mountain Oak came in with ono
bnrgo of coal. Sbo left ono hard aground
on Grand Chain, nnd returned with a bargo
to lighten it off. She will also recover the
coal in tho bargo which sbo sunk on the
Chain. Tho Mnry Miller is still hard
aground on Grand Chain, and sent down
hero for barges to llgbton on. Tho II. S.
Tumor wns hard aground nt Island No.
21 when tho Hello Memphis passed thoro
Tho La Hollo has about 150 tons St.Loui
freight which sho will reship, nnd load
back from hero. Tho Mohawk had to
doublo-trip it over Groenflold's. Wash
Floyd wont to Now Orlonns on tho Shan
non. Tho "Japs" woro passengers on tbo
Mollio Rogon to Paducah. ThclLuraiden
brought in a fair loud and returned during
the afternoon. Tho Friar's Point 'Delta'
says that tbo St. Louis and Vicksburg line
is a big monopolyand wants an opposition
line started. Here is a flno opening for
any person or porsons who want to loso u
little monoy. It would bo worse than
bucking against tho "tiger", to try and
break up that well-known company.
Walt. F. MoKae, special river corres
pondent of tho Cincinnati ' Commercial,'
was married to Miss Marie Slocum of this
city last Tuesday evening. Wo know that
" Walt." would soo tho fol)y of remaining
single. To tho happy couple, tho River
Reporter extends his boat wishes.
Tho Bodinann did not get away until
yestorday ovoning, having been detained
by freight. She bad two barges in tow.
President Ilea und Supt. Good, of tbo
Mississlssippi Vulley Transportation
Company, were in tho city yesterday, stop,
ping nt tho St. Charles hotel.
Tbo Paulino Carroll wns to bo let into
tho rivor at Mound City yesterday. Sho
has been on tho marine wuys for sumo
Sloambont repairing has been exten
sively carried on at Mound City this
summer. A dry dock of sufficient capac
ity at this port could find plenty of work
to do and would prove a good investment
Tho City of Chester did not arrive un
til 3 o'clock yesterday aftoruoon, being
24 hours behind timo. Sho was aground
10 hour nt Kinney Point, and hnd to lay
by ut night.
A big lot of cotton pickers went down
on the City of Chester.
Clly National Ilnnk Bnlldlus;.
aa.8peeial attention paid to orders lrom Mean
boats nkht or dav
FLO AVERS FLOWERS 1 1
Soleoted strong flowering Hyacinth
bulbs, woll ndoptcd for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jacket's Saloon, cornor of 13th
street nnd Washington avenuo. Bulbs to
bo put up now in glnsioa or pots, will
bloom nt chrlstnms. 0-fldlm.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF PROP
Supervisor's Oflico Internal Rev., )
Custom-House, Cairo, 111., Sent. 11, 1872. I
Tho following urtlcles of property por-
talning to the ofllce of supervisor of in
tornal rovenuo, will bo sold at public uuc
tion.for cash in hand, at tbo Cuttom House
in Cairo, Ills., ou the 2uth day of Suptem
bor 1872, ut the hour of ton o'clock n.m,
Two (2) Desks, nearly now;
Six (0) Walnut Chairs, Canu Seated ;
Two (2) Walnut Chairs, Cano Soatcd,
D. W. Munn, Supervisor Int. Rev.
NEW EXCITEMENT AT
F. Blankenburg wishos to announce to
his frlonds and patrons that ho has suc
ceeded in engaging Prof, Wllbrocht of
St, Louts, u fine pianist, who will amuso
tho lovers of mutio with a selection of
charming pieces on tho piano. Every
body is invited to the Excelsior, cornor
of Uth stroot and Washington avenue.
Pure Wines and Liquors not a head
ache or a light in a thousand gallons of
lt-at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avenue.
An unfurnished room' and board for a
gontlomnn nnd wife, ono child under two
years of ago. Address with terms.
Box 743 Cairo Ills. " B "
OrncK Cairo City Ferry Co.
Notlcoi hnroby given that a meeting
of tho stockholders of this company will
bo held at tho company's oflico, comer o
Oth and Loveo street, in this city, on Tues
day, October 8th, 1872.
S. Staath Taylor, President.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 21st, 1872.
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CAIRO CITY
1 nm prepared to negotlato tho above
amount on Cairo city property in sums of
from $000 to $50,000, on flvo years time,
interest 10 por cent, and commissions
reasonable. Also $000,000 to loan for
terms of Ave yoars on improved farms in
Southern Illinois and Missouri. For
further particulars address mo nt Carbon-
dalo Illinois. William II. Ross,
d&w tf. Loan Broker.
Mrs. Swnndor hat tho no well styles o
braids, chignons, puffs, etc. 0-24dtf
GOVERNMENT SALE OF PROP
Surveyor's Oflico, Cutom House, )
Cairo, Ills., Sept. II, 1872. j
Tbo following article of property, por
tnlnlng to tho Oflico of Surveyor of Cus-
toms, will bo sold at public Auction, for
cash in hand, nt tho Custom House, in
Cairo, on tho 2Cth day of Septnmbor, at
tbo hour of ton o'clock, a.m., viz :
Two small ofllce desks,
Ono heating stovo nnd pipe,
Tho safo can bo soon in tbo oflico of Dr.
H. Ward nor, lately occupied by tho Sur
veyor of Customs.
(M2tf Gkorqk Fisiiek, Surveyor.
Tbo undersigned, lute workmen with
J. P. Gamble, havo openod u sho,), corner
of ICth street and Commercial avenue, for
tho manufacture and repair of Wugons,
Buggies, drays, etc., etc., nnd for tho pur
poso of doing a oknkral wiiklmhoiit
uusiness. Thoy respectfully ask n sbaro
of tbo public patronage.
aug. 13-tf. C. C. Davidson.
EIOUHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Win. Eichhoff has purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tbo
Furniture manufacturing businoss with
great success. Ho has a full stock of oxlra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
runt every article bo manufactures. Ho
has also u full stock of Uedtteads, Clnirs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and hi prices
defy competition. Sales room nt the fac
C, OVERNMENT SALE.
Ofllce of .Superintendent of Custom llotnc,
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 11th, 1872. j
Tbo undersigned will sell ut public unc
tion on Thursday, tho 2Gth day of Septem
ber, nt 10 o'clock u. m., on tho premises of
tho custom houso at Cairo, Illinois, gov
ernment property as follows, viz :
Small lot ash and walnut flooring and
Shovels and hoes.
Buckets, iron and wooden.
Largo lot of scaffolding plank.
Iron benms and scrap iron.
Nuils nnd other hardware.
1 mortico machine, nearly now.
1 platform scales.
Screens and Sieves.
3 iron trucks.
0 work benches.
1 bell and fixtures.
1 grindstone with fixtures.
2 stoves. "
1 letter press nnd stand.
Clmirs and other articles too numerous
Terms of sale, cash. All goods must bo
removed within throo days from salo.
G. H. Seabb, Superintendent.
Ladies, ask to seo Mrs. Swunder's now
crinnlinp skirt and bustlo combined.
Ik you wish to inuuigo in a delicious
cigur, patronize P. Snup, Commercial nvo
nuo If you wish good chowing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
On July aoth Putrtck Fitzgerald by
falling on his doorstep broko two of bis
ribs. Having n few duys boforo pur
chased an accldont tlckot for flvo days at
thn railroad ticket oflico ho has just ro
coived forty-flvo dollars as indemnity
for throo weeks, disability. Gonoral
nccident tickets insuring against death to
the amount of $3000 or 10 dollars por
weok indemnity in enso of dlsubllity from
nny kind of nccidont nro for salo nt tho
Illinois Contrnl Railroad tlckot, oflico at
twonty-ilve cents for twonty-four hours
ICEI ICEII ICEIII
From Wednosduy May 1st, tho Ice
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho summer months. Nono but
pure northern lake lco will bo dolivorod.
Husk, Loomis, & Co,
Rlankeniiuhq ahead I Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposito the Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu
sic evory day. Tho great Libornl nnd
Deraocrattc,Greoly& Brown drlnko Weib
Beer, Is made a specialty, and Frcdprldos
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolost in the ctly. Lomonades the cold
est, mixed drink and music tbo finest
Go there. u-27tf
A A special communication of Cairo
eVllgo No, 237 F. nnd A. M., will
AlinU,l In M.tnnl. I. nil till (TllUrS-
doy) evening, for work In tho M. M. de
gree Visiting brethren nro cordially invited.
By order of the W. M.
B. F. Blake, Sec'y.
Having been nilslcnd and Instigated by
ovil disposed nnd designing people to do
injustico to my wlfo by defaming her char-
nctor, and being fully convinced, nflor
careful investigation, that tho is entirely
innocent of tho charge mado ngninit her,
tho snmo proving to bo vllo calumniation,
I liorby retract ovcry word said by mo
against hor character, which I know nnd
acknowledge to bo pnro nnd which horc
nftcr I shall properly defend.
F. C. Decker.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMM1HW1WW ABB TeWADlW
Cement, Plaster Paris,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVKK, UNDKIl CITY NATION
' JSTFor the purpose of building tip a
wliolcMilo trado in Cairo, I will sell to deal-
ti and contractor in lots or wj narrow aim
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
uuro, August ia, ion.
WATEit-proof St. Louis Lager boor at
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and novcr
have occaslonto pay a doctorbill.
Motiieiis, nxaiulno Mrs. Swnndcr's un
derwear for Infants. You will bo de
If you want Flue Teas or Coffoos, Spico
or canned Fruits, choice fresh Butter, or
tho very best Flour, go toT. W. Carrlco'
grocory storo on Washington avenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Tuner's
to purchase saddles and liar
ness, at his saddle storo on
Washington avenue. All
hinds of renairincr done on
saddles and harness, and car
rirge painting and trimiriing
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at INo.l in Cairo.
TPS iou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Cofteo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sucar for Ono Dollar: Best
thrco and one-half libs. Primo
Bio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar ant;
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Our Home Advertisers.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN nnd ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING A.N'I) MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gliding
Orders solicited for .Scenery, Frescoe and
FANCY GLAS3 SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plulu nnd ornamental. All work In
truded to my care will be promptly at
tended to. Shop In Pcrrv Ilouc, corner of
Commercial avenue and Eighth ttrcet.
E V E N IXC
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TOUIVE A MORE UNIFORM AND I'LEAHANT
HEAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, ARE MORE
CAREFULLV FITTED, ARE MORE
EASILY ANDCUEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MOKE PERFECT
CONTROL, II AVE A STRONGER
Glvo better satisfaction, and sold for a
Less Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In tho mnrkct. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MAN UFO COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C W. HENDERSON,
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Hucccssom loSirntlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
Gonoral Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
V. M. tVll.LIA.MH, JAS. KINSLEY,
I.Mof VickaburR, Mim. Laic ot Cln'tl.J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, StEAMUOAT AND
ronWAIllll.NO AND COMMISSION
6i, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successor to John D. t-hlllu,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. axd OHIO LEVE v
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
Mr. It CHAM TO).
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Aoil Agents of
1II0 RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levke,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to K. D. Ueudrlo A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal AdTxncemem mad styi
arli upon CunalutiraenU. HI
Are cronarrd to receue, store nd lorwird
freights to all point and bay and
soil on commission,
WUuslnm aiionded to promptly;
Z. D. MATI1USS.. X. O .UHL
MATHU8S & UHL,
COMMI S SIONM EE CHANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
N4J. 9WU9 urn,