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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1872.
JOHN IL OHKHIiY, Editor and I'ublUher.
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TILE DOLLAR WEEKLY UULLETIN
John II. Oberly ha reduced the subicrlp
lion price of the IfUCKLT Cairo BuUrnN
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper published in Southern Illinois.
of New York j
rom tici mniDiNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
TOR AUDITOR OF TCRUC ACCOCJCTS,
FOR RTATX TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORXET GFXRRAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK RTTFRWIR COURT JfORTHXRJJ
CLERK FUTREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWS.
CLERK OF SUTREJOC COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
UARMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorired to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exander county, at the ensuing election in
FOB COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., a a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce F. H.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November elcetlon.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP ai a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON HI YIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. QOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
Union county will Rive a Liberal ma'
jority of 1,000, the Liborals claim ; and the
Radicals admit 800.
The chairman of tbo Liberal Rcpubli
can committeo of Ashtabula county, Ohio,
is a ton of Joshua U. Glddingo, tbo life
Thx next President arrived in New
York last Saturday, having as he declares
reached tho end of his speech making du
ring the canvass.
Sr. Louis is to suffer a dispensation of
Providence In the ihape of George Fran
cis Train, next week. He has engaged
Saengerfcst hall and proposes to hold a
D. T. Lixeoab, In his great effort at
this place on Friday last, wandered away
into a labyrinth of faliehoods. He lied,
he mast permit us to say without intend'
ing offense It lied by the book.
Eastern cities are already taking stps
for tie prertstka of tbe spread o! itsall-
psrx is tit spproacblsg euld wttihtr. Th
ravages of tie drnJfcl iiM.it during tbe
lac -wilier UsgLt ibeltuoa wLltb totbiag
lei experience ever dctt.
"rrr Tastily, tin Eigita of Ortobtr,
it a day fall of ispsrtaaee to tbe fi of
lit weetry. SU'Jt elections take place oo
tiat day la tbe great state of Ohio, Itdi
ana, Pennsylvania, and is Iowa asd Ne
braska, asd tbe fate of tbe presidential
election will virtually be decided by tbe
result in tbe three Ant named states.
Tux prospects for tbe Liberal cause in
Ohio are of the most encouraging kind.
The presence of Uoraco Greeley strength
ened the enthusiasm already felt and the
apeecb.es of CarlScburz made the German
vote a certainty for tho whole Liberal
ticket. A week from to-day tbe state
will undoubtedly giro a rousing majority
to the Llboral and Democratic ticket.
What a pity It Is that Grant can't mako
speeches like Greeley and other Liberal
statesmen Missouri Democrat.
It m a pity. If bo could, tbe whole
country would not havo to blush for tho
sterility of mind exhibited by Grant in his
late "remarks" at Philadelphia and New
ark. They read like "Littlo Lessons for
'Little Learners" in our primary school
ble moans to help it on to sue
cost and overlook none, no matter how
mall or .oan they may teem. A Liberal
victory Jover tho Grantltos will be the
greatest political victory gained by any
party In this country since tho formation
of tho government.
With tho hopo and determination of
deceiving a few of its roadori into voting
for Grant the Williamson County Pro
gress continues the publication of the
slander that Horace Greeley said at Pitts
burg: " If the Southern people are In fa-
1 vor of disunion, I will consent to it."
Few reputablo journals bave given a
place in tbetr columns to so palpable a
falsehood, and it is now reserved for a few
rural newspaper to circulate it as an elec
Tnx western tour of Horace Greeley
has been tbe subject of an immense
amount of sarcasm and forced fun on tbe
part of tbe Radical and Bourbon pre.
Tbe effect, already visible, ot tbe '-Greeley
' Swing," is not at all pleasing cr satisfac
tory to tbe party in power, bst still it
laughs, and tbe final result, tbe grasi de
noument when Horace swing lato tbe
White House amkltt tbe fhoat asd cheer
of tbe whole country, will be tbe death ei
Radicalism. It will expire is as agocy cf
Tbe result cf tbe electkvis is Obicy
PeatsylvAsia asi Isilasa sexi Tsiiy
mill bave a creat effect upoa Si psYI w
mind, and if tie viki is eiiier siall i
is favor of tbe IibrJ-Da;oiS; Far57"
tbe fate of Graat will bave les by JUS
result determined. A Liberal virtccy is
Pennsylvania next Tsiay u as auerUos
of Greeley's election which tbe eleclias is
November will not contradict.
In Illinois tbe signs of tbe times are fa
vorable to tbe Liberal cause, and there is
no doubt, if the verdict of October shall
be in favor of the Liberal cause, Koerner
will be elected Governor by a decided
Here in Southern Illinois the cause of
Liberalism is gaining new strength overy
day, and we bave no doubt Mr. "Wall will
defeat Mr. Clements by a good round half
a thousand votes at least.
All that it needed to mako our triumph
in tbo state and district complete is organ
ization and work. Wo mtut have these,
and they can only bo obtained by the cul
tivation of a spirit of enthusiasm among
the Liberals. Let us then, all of ui hero
in Southern Illinois, go to work diligently
in tho good work of political regeneration,
and make this part of the stato howl I
There are in the Radical party a great
number of persons, intelligent and proba
bly desirous of the good of the country1
who are so intensely dovotod to their party
so anxious to rotaln it in powor, and so
deeply prejudiced against their political
adversaries thattboy will listen to nothing
said ag'ainst tho record of their loaders and
organization, and stubbornly abut their
eyes to wrongs palpable and extraordinary
To reason with theso human "blocks" is
folly. They would, in Russia, be worship
pers of tbe government of the czar, in
Germany they would deify William, in
France they would bave bowed be
fore Louis Napoleon, and in America
they bave invested Gen. Grant with great
ness which has bees invoked from tbeir
own Imagination, aad baTe clothed bis
character with good qualities which haTe
no existence in realitv. But there are R-
publicans of unprejudiced micdi, asd of
patriotism teat comet emicura is so pret
est. To tbe attention of inch Repsblkans
we wub to call ose fact, asd taic then to
consider it calmly asd determine is what
light it placei their party before tbe
country and tbe world.
Tbe Grast casdidate for Governor of
Pessiylvacia, Geo. Hartranft, has been
cbargtd with dUbonwty and base corrup.
lice. Republican like Curtis and For
ney, have, is consequence of bis candi
dacy, revolted against their party.
Tbeir revolt greatly alarmed tbe great
thieves of tbe Grant-Cameron Pennsyl
vania ring. They were compelled to do
something to save tbemielvei from impend
ing defeat, and of courts they blundered.
They bad tlooded the Maryland border
with imported negro voters, but still their
fears were not assuaged, and they con
cluded that tbe charges against
their candidate for Governor
telegram Inform tbe publlo that those affi
davits are 10 palpably thoprlco Yerke
and Muelr paid for tholr liberty that
tho tfiect will bo to further exasperato tho
voter of Pennsylvania against Camoron,
Geary and Hartranft.
Honest and unprejudiced Radical who
can rise above partisanship, will ace In
thlt movement of Cameron in Pennsylva
nia a tpeclmon of Radical partisanship.
There wa a tlmo when that party was a
party with "honesty" for its war-cry, but
It has becomo tho apologist of thtoves, tho
suborner of perjury, tho receptaclo of all
political villainies. Led by man liko Cam
eron, Morton, Butler, Harlan and Logan it
cannot march in the straight path of hon
esty. Thoy are the corrupters of Ameri
can politic, and should reccivo rebuko
from tbe ballot of the people in all the
0Kncw-Nolhlngism is not tho only
thing upon which the Hon. Henry Wil
son cbevves to "go back." Tbe Cincinnati
ifirrr claims to bave la Its poMewton a
letter frwa Wilson to Mr. Vespasian Ellis,
editor of tbe .ttttmoa Oryun, dated
Sesatt Cbaaber, FeK I?, ' in which
ewarsthU remarkable jlok ' "I fully
r"2ii tbe doctrine ol Sut Rights in
iU app!ScAia to 51vry, a wll as to
asy otber siat:r pcVJn: vVo!m. The
Yirgiala asd Sestsvly resolution of I.S5,
la tie suis, I tbisk. ecrwetly t forth
jWe bapp43 toksow that ose of tbe
ieadisg Grist tAsr here give up the
Sill cf IUiscb ai kat to Grist and Wil
sec SfTvci pvriiTealur. He hopes to
aVj h i:- by carryisg Isdlasa, but he
wve's. Tier svr bis tees a more
p.r.'ciyisi: csikvk for acy party than
&U wbicssow exists In Isdiisa for Gree
ley asi Brows. Hesdricki's majority in
CviVr will sot be ls than 15,000.
WA wife asked her husband for a
newdres. He replied: "Time are hard,
my dear so bard I can hardly keep my
nose above water;" where upon she retor
ted, " You could keep your nose above
water easy enough if you'd a mind to, but
tbe trouble is that you keep it too much
WHO HE IS, WHERE HE WAS BORN,
ASD WHAT lit, HAS UEE DO
ING DURING AN EVENT
HIS REAL NAME AND BIRTH
PLACEHIS CRIMES. TRIALS,
THE STORY OF A GREAT CRIM
INAL AS TOLD BY HIMSELF
HE IS A TUIiCF BUT NOT
Tub Radical party pay Susan B. An
thony and Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton
largo sums for each spe;h they mako in
favor of Grant, and pay also their travel-
lf ax pens, The dominant party
t M 91 every avail-
must bo diBoroved. The man.
ner in which they approached this end
was remarkable. Two men named Yerke
and Muelr, promlnont Radical politicians,
had been the partners of Hartranft in that
gentleman' robberies. Thoy wero his
tools. It wa Yorkos Hartranft rocom
mended to an official near Grant as a trus-
ty man posted in thejart of " addition, di
vision and llence." Tbo rascalities of
these men wero diicovered. Thoy wore
arrested, and at once implicated Hartranft
In their crime. The evidenco wa con
clusive. Hartranft escaped punishment,
being Radical Stato Auditor of Penntyl
vanla and a tool of Cameron, but Yerke
and Muelr wore ont to the penitentiary.
A few day ago they were pardoned by
Gov. Oeary, and immediately made afflda
vlU that their former affidavits, exposing
Hartranft a a thief, wero false) Tho
TFrom the Memphis Appeal.!
Ever tlnco tho fatal blow was struck to
crush tho lifo tido out of ono of tbe most
estimablo contlemen of Now York Ben
jamin Nathan it has been the provinco of
me jnow xoric ueiectivc, assisted by tbe
To fix that most heinous crime upon some
individual whoso conviction might allay
public oxcitement, and satisfy tho people
ai largo mat mo porpetrator ot so tout a
crime naa Docn brought to justice.
wero offered for tbo canture of the mur
derer ; money, even to the amount of fifty
thousand dollars, was placed before tho
public for tbe capturo of tho man who
naa perpetrated so noinous a crime.
At the New York police beadauarters.
where it is supposed the best detective
talent in the country ought to be coogre-
tmeu, suspicion immediately rested on
Billy Forrejter, and it seemed to be tbe
end and aim of tbe authorities to fix this
foal crime on him, whether with a view to
the furtherance or tbe end of justice, or
tbeir own aggrandizement, we are unpre
pared to say. 'Tis enough that Wm. Fos
r titer, with hi many aliaju, bj been
brought before tbe country, and, on ex
amination, has bees discharged by a Judge
elected by tbe people, and thereby pro
nounced issocest of tbe Nathan" mur
der. CZ0EOZ ZLL1S
sow oeesplea a cell at Sisg Slog, his
lrltz.ii to tie costrary notwitbiULdiog.
Since our articles os this mas bave Utn
extaively copied by toe prates of tbe
country, and u it is our with to do
NO MAN AN ISiUBT,
we give a bistorvof Billy Forretter's own
life taken from Lis own lip, and procured
bv a reDorter of the Nkw Vnrt HrIH'
who sat bv bis side during hii lt -im.
ination before a New York court. After
preliminary conversation Forrester
went on to tav: I wn Imrrw. in f:i.,.i
Scotland, on the thirty-first of December!
New Year'i Kvo In 1A3R nH ,rn,.y,i lln
at a place called Dumbarton, about fifteen
miles below Glaipnw. nn tho r'ltr1i T
did not commence my life a a newsbov
- ir:..! .! . f . -
uu uiiMisiijjjJi river steam boat, a ua
been stated by a great many of the news
papers. Nor did I ever steal a
passenger's valise on board tbe steamer
Pride of the West, on a trip between New
Orient and Natchez, as has been stated.
My real name is Alexander McClymont
not Forrester, as has boon t-iven to tho
1 .1 ri.1 L i- - '
nunu. lumu 15 a siory oi my naving
been arrested eighteen times
I can prove it is not tho truth. Thoy
say I robbod a drunken man of twolvo
hundred dollars and um nni in ),, ni.
tentiary at Baton Rouge for it. I never
was in mo penitentiary at iialon liougo.
Thon tbero a another story about tho pen-
ivuuiiary in uacmon, Mississippi. Tliey
say I was sent there in 1853 for robbing a
member of tho legislature Now, to how
you now lar mey ar irom tacts, 1 was In
Nagasaki or Hong Kong I forget which
.'.r xnu rui-urui m wasmncton
will T . 1 . , , , P .
..... . jUU i was on me united estates
b i tvi Susquehanna as messenger
irY - "". uiiiiiiuuuur uucnanan,
who had charge of tho Merrimao during
the late war, wa. with us. and Coming
dore Perry, now doad, had charco. HI
Lh W!V?Si?tary t0 Commander Hunter!
whom; I believe to be InfJWathlnKton at
the present time. In I8oroi"" iSutho
Susquohanna-got to Benecla from San
Francisco to coal, and I left her there, n
?M,bor0unT ,ld ? my ?00r tht f'om 1854
to 1858 Iwa. lounging around Natchez
and the asioclato of thieves, murderers
fuu ""t Boiiurauy. ies, It has
been charged to me that tbe principal
uautit ut uu n piace Known a
wbo wa driven out of town and hor house
vorn aown. A cave teen that. They say,
likewise, that when that woman's houso
wa pulled down lis ikelelon wero found,
one of which wa recognicod as that of a
prominent stato omciai ot .Mississippi,
who had boon missing about tliroo months.
I would llko to havo soon that follow rec
ognizing tho skollon. In fact, I would
like to know him as a mun of ponotrallon.
1 should any ho had no equal In tho coun
try. In 1856 I was In Bordoaux, France:
from thon I went to Now Orleans, and
thon sailed back homo to Scotland. I
started from Grenock, Scotland, for Now
Orleans on tho third of April, 18GI), somo
day boforo tho Ilconan and Sayors light.
Again, it Is mlu, I was In tho houso ot
refugo in California. No ; I never was
arrested in my life, nor put into tho houso
of refuge, nnd consequently could not
scalo tho walls end couio on to Now York
on ono of tho stenmora of tho Paclllo Mail
Company. I never was on ono thrso ves
sels, and can provo that emphatically.
They say that I committed n tnurdor
In Michigan. Yen; it is said that I went
Wost from Now York, and on tho train
from Windsor, Canida West, foil in with a
Drover named Ncoly, and beat him out
of three thousand flvo hundred dollars at
cards and then killed, him I was arrested,
tho story goe on to say, and acqtiitcd on
tho ground of self.defonso. I never was
arrested in Michigan ; never traveled un
der tbo namo of Matthew Brown and never
knew a man called Ncoley. If that story
wa truo there would bo no difficulty in
getting the fact from there.
Thev av that, on tho first of April. 1SC9.
Dunn and I attactcd a keeper with a stone
while we were going to work ; tho blow
knocked htm sentelc;, and we escaped by
scaling too walls. row, 1 was arrested
In l$t3. and camo out of Jolict prison
the seventeenth of April, 1807, as old
Simmon, the detective. In Chicago,
knows. He was head warden at the timo
I came out. I never knew a man named
Dunn, and, In making my ccpt, 1 hurt
ua uue : me aumoriues mere Know mat,
and can prove it. Thev sav that in tho
fall of ltj? I made the aquaintanco of
ueorge bins, James hlllott and Tom
Riler, and tho beaduarters of the cane
were at No, 533 Wcit Twenty-ninth street.
I was in Baltimore in 1S09, and was never
in tne noute o. 533 est Twenty-ninth
As regards tho
BOB HE BY IN EAST FIFTEENTH STREET,
Billy Forretcr says: "I was in Philadel
phia when I heard that job was tried to
be done. Now thev sav I was arrested
in Pittsburg, by Chief ifeguo, for a burg
lary done there : but that is. liko all tho
rest I have told you of, a lio. I novcr wa
arrested oy unlet uaguo; nut i was ar
rested in tbet town by ono of l'inkcrton's
men, named Stockiov. on tho Wilkcsbarro
charge. I was taken at ten o'clock in tho
morning, on my way to tho post-office I
left that very night for Wilkcsbarro, but
the train not connecting, I was taken to
Philadelphia. I got nwuy from tho police
in Philadelphia on Monday morning, at
four o'clock precisely, and the story that I
asked tbe odlcors to let mo go into tho
saloon during tho journey to Philadel
phia, and then jumped oil tho train, is
falso. Thoy say tho train was going at
tho rato of thirty miles an hour wlion I
jumped off, that is not so; I did not jump
off and did not escape until I cot to Phil
adelphia. I did not run across the Holds
and got a country blacksmith to tako tho
hand-cuffs off. Why on earth should I do
that ? Whon I escaped I went from Phil-
adeipnia to iiaitimore. f rom tbero I
wont to Key "West on tho steamship Cuba,
myself and wife, with Captain Ducrat.
Wo got off at Koy West and waited for
the steamship Liberty, Captain Rcade;
went with him to Havana and from tbero
to Now Orleans in tho samo vessol. 1
travolcd all alone tho lino as "Frank Mar
shall." Tho books of tho steamship com
pany will Btoow tbo tlmo of my arrival at
Now Orleans. I remained thero about
two months, and during that time tho Na.
than murder was committed."
So Billy Forrsotor, the man of so many
evil geniuses, who has kept the whole de
tective forco of the north in oboyanco for
over tnroo years, and whose name has been
heralded throughout tho length and
oreadtn ot tins land as tbo most noted des
DuraJo of the times, aftnr rmtwittinrr Al.
Ion Pinkerton, of Chicago, out of fifty
thousand dollars he coes Lack to tho Jo).
let stato prison to serve out his term, and
leaves our great detective forco of tbo
United States to mourn over tho instabil
ity of all mundane affairs. Billv Forres
ter, according to the law, is innocent of
me Hainan murder.
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stop it-laltlngoiit. It l entirely hnrinlesaml
perfectly free from anv poUoiioui niljttancu
and will, therefore, take the place of all the
dirty and unpleasant preparations now; in
U;c. Numerous teMiiiioniali havo been sent
us from many of our iuot prominent citi
zen". In everything In which the nrtlclet
now In ii-o are olijcctloiiable. CKYSTAh
DIsCOVKUY. N perfect. It Is warranted
ty contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
Mtrate of Silver, It docs not soil the clothes
or caip, is ugrccaiiiy penumeu. nnd makes
.it... ..rl... l. .im l,...a r.. i... nni i..
uii ... ... ... ...t-.,tijn .... xi.iii ill u-i:.
It retores the color or the Hair "more per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion." and always does so "in from three to
ten days, virtually ieedlng the roots with the
nonrUhlii'' qualities necessary to its growth
ana healthy condition: It rcstors the de
caved and induces a new irrowth of the
Hair more po-ltlvclv than nnvthiiig cl-e.
The application or this AVomlerful discov
ery al-o produces a plea-ant and cooling
effect on tho scalp and gitcs the Hair a
pleaing and elegant appearance.
Call at your UruggM for it and take no
oilier, ir lie lias not got it let him order It
l'ricc 61 per bottle.
Inventor and Proprietor, Wa-liington IXC,
JOHNSTON. HOI.LOWAY ,t tit)..
General Agent-. I'hiladelphia,
. JNO. F. HENHY and K. C. WKI.I-S ArCO..
c iorK, ami to ue naa ol Jiolc-ale
umggists. everywlierc. U-'Jatf
Our Homo Advcrtisora.
FOll ONE DAY OXLY,
MUSEUM AND MENAGEKIE
Will exhibit In this city on
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEU SECOND
C0UXF.lt CEDAlt & KLKVK.NTH STU.
This coiiiiianv hasbeeii l.inrlvntiniif.ntil
tlnco their last visit to this city, arc now giv
ing lar better perfonnrnccs than before.
i wo performances nt 2 and 7 o'clock pan,
Admittance, fin nnu. r-i.i M
- 1 e vwi iiiiuvi IV
r oriuniterpaiaiuuiarii hce small bills and
L. Mykkh, Agent.
HENRY II. MEYEIl,
DECOHATIVE, SIGN ami OHNASIENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in ovory style, plain and ornamental.
i'uriicuiar attention pant to mans Gilding
Orders solicited for Hccncrv. Fri.sciui mill
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
OUt, plain and ornamental. AH work in
trusted to my care will bo promptly at
tended to. Shop in Terry House, corner ot
Commercial aveuue and Eighth, itreet.
RETAIIj and prescription
Cor. Wnatilngtoa Av. unci Eighth Nt.,
Where we will keep
A C O M P L E T E S TOOK
FANCY AND TOILKT AllTICLES,
HlCK-nOOM AND MIKSKKT APPLIANCES, Ac,
Our l'urc Sl'AItKI.INO SODA WATHU
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled. Wn also draw the
BLUE LICK WATERS
Alo, a choice lot of Cigar, ol extra qua!
ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTM ENT
Will receive c-pcclal attention and care,
being at all hours In charge of competent
arm eareiui names, rrescripilons careruuy
cumpuuiiucu at an noure iay or nigui.
NONE HUT THE PL'I I EST AND UEST
HTOV3. T1NH AKK. KTC,
A. HALL E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Our Homo Advortisors.
Tin and Hollow Were. Ciolhee Wringers Toile
Ware, Coal lloJe, Firebbornle, AirUaMe.
TIN ZINC, COPl'EK AND SUEE1
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
sfKoofinc Outtermg, and all kind, oflo
Qrk (lont shortoet notion Ohliltf
II . T. GEROULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(lat Fitter'a and I'lumber'a material, Wood
pumpi, Klobe ana anal valTei, stop
cooks, check valves, to.
also aoiit roa
1'ulU Brother Fittest Dry Gaa Meter
And Morehouee, Weill Co'a Automatlo Watei
Indicator and Supply Valve for iteam bollen.
WINTER'S BLOCK, COUUXBRLAL-AVKND
yUUD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnlih
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, If not Cheaper
had any wood dealer in Cairo. L.cuvo order
on tho Mates at tho I'oBtoUIco and at Hons
coal yard, on Commercial uventio, between
1 entli and twolllli streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good incasuro and will cord tho wood
up If uenlrod.
Successor to 1). S. Ilarrcll.
GENERA, HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton'a Mock 10th itreet bet. Conuaer
clal and Wanhlugton Avenue,
, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
P. G. Schuh.
For Salo at Wholesalo r RcUil
COBNEB 32D-STBEET AND OHIO IJtVKk
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROKMT YAR1XTY TOCK IN TUE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of NlaetMBttti atreetMad Cm
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Petty, BoaatMC, Uasollae,
And tha celebrated illurainatlnx
IIBOSS' nCILDIN?( CCF i lTH-BT. COM
Cairo, - Ilikois.
0R0CKBIK8 RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
.'RICES TOR CASH.
AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE.
WASHINGTON AVENUE, UETWEBV TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
CO lb, dry Cuba Sugar for - - $5 00
91 " " ... i 00
01 Ibe. A coffoo Sugar, N. T. Std. 1 00
4 Prlmo Rio Ooffeo for - - 1 00
8) " Choico ' - 1 00
8 11 Old Government Java - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fanoy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now, and full weight given. Call
and tr .
(Suceeeeor to P. Baup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
lot oommtrola! Avenue,