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OFFICE: jSTo. 13 Tenth Street, Thornton's Building.
Tuesday" evening. November 30. m
tr
jY edition
JOHN H. OBERLY h 00
GRANT AND mSMA flCJC.
A republican newspaper fluys:
T 'Blamark is waning. DrunkennesB.lB l
supping-the .fttrenRtii-of- his- billliautn.
in nd, and datkenlns into,sftyage ways
yilrducss hii once calhi' and resolute
.,m,rvc ..tit ni'T)' VTP ' w,,, "tissia is low secure jiiwju. uujuv
K(H,I r.S r AIjIi til l. Ml-;. ..i,lw mifl llrmnnin nf hor fn.tillltioilH '
iiviiviu a v ... . .v - ,
to no ccrioiiHlv auocicu uy me met iiiuu
FICIA'L; X'APE'R OF Till: CITY
and corxrv.
asx;ih xioeiyv.
ijnii.iii iinijtiii raiu nenti in r.ove"
wlUi hU .Hikt Wife.
I'l-'ie ri tile , McClAftnir hu A,,
nil Alitrlt it btlnklntr More.
publican, camp in igyjH H in a
ilden, editor or the I)u Qoin Tri-
Alexander I. haaa .quired epecjtu pro-
"aS a drtiukafd, Mrt 'n-country
eminence
' where n man must drink
very
hard in-
lale -New Era, arc plaelnK each (caUt!(, t0 brat; over Austria and ltussia?
(ore the public In a proper Hunt. , .
o editor ofthrco leading Radical .fw.Vt nrrviw
)erH In Hoiilhern lllluola aiid.ttie M11' MWU
' At the masked flrcmim'a ball iu Now
Orleaun, i week boforo last, gay and
handsome man who refused to take his
wife to the ball on plea of business, was
munli struck hv ;i Htrancrcr. ft lady In ft
.: deed to exceed the general custom." mask. On her he exerted all hl fasclna
5 It" Is badfora"countrytobo,ruledby,aftloin",?''r '"
...... ....... i .. .i 1 iilh. air. vnii rnilt nut mOOUtWItll
mau whu urams who is uruu&uiu, 7, . n ..,..
ogati, Mcrartuey or tut Metro- i jiui is 11 not. worse to .uu ruiuu' M-" -f ried man," said the lady,
nmulgator, and .Barton of the I drunkard wlthqut, brains. .Have wo any: n;0 jnUccd, but I confess willing-
.. .1 T1...I n I a I Tl. ...
ness to get marneu sinco j imvenau
tho pleauroof.celngyou," wns the gal
laut reply.
I "Indeed, but you bavn't seen my toco
'yet!"
"Xo, but I know it i beautiful. The
cxqulsiteuesH that accompanies every
thing you do and say tells me asmuch."
o "Indeed!"
i-ti'n theEpringfii-ld'R'slMn. "I think so; but you will no longer
At tho approachlug session of con- j deny mo that satisfaction, for I assure
ures an attempt will bo mude to pro-4 you, lady, I am deeply In Iovo with you."
cure the removal of the navy yard from Indeed!"
,"' . ir. ... . i Mound Citv. Illinois, to. .Now Orleans. 4 "ui is iruc. . unti x inut you io'uiBiit
m.,, ..,,,,. -. hmiv,.,,,, nf nntnftn . women liavo looKeu io mo nomeu anu
an in connection wmi ine ioeit "-v '"-j v.. ..v. . -4
the Southern IlliriolH Normal, to the propriety or keeping a western
iri. inui. nuvv vara with ItM heuvv exnousc. but
I wno linvo ruiiexi a voice agaiuai "j "i w" i'"-" v .vw-..y.'", ; , " i
ured and bribed villain. o;creiary uoriu m 4mij
d Hon. John A. Jogan nro ten-
ufc out of kcuooI, much to ine
tent and nlightetiuient of tho
enerally. Tm oft repeated stnto-
f flu. Ilnmnorucv. tllO Vliat Itu-
is care for llttlo but tho honors
5lunicnts of office ii thereby con-
Hear Alueii ot ine jju wuoin
A. Ivogan has, we understand,
IIk AdvantngeouH Position.
J
our . iiurt is
the
any one be-
to Klaiinliiitn. Wan. Is less res- adopHiU, any uitouq-non on
In Kgypt than auy man In, the . u-elens.
fii.:!..L .....i it .... i,., i,. . U i! ile.lri to call tlio Attention of
U 11IIIIU1-.. 14 .. - - ... . .. , ..... .1.,
jonator wero to come oiMo-mor . "i'""" miiKiisiun-ii iw .
e "wickedest man" In tlie coun. legislature bus twice, by an unanimous
lid beat hi in two to one. , vote, requested that our congressional
follow JIarton, of tho Carbon- delegation shall uie nil the means In
w Era, tho organ, of Gen. logan : their power to secure the permanent es
Qr.it pay our respects to one J. K. , tabllMiruont of the yard at Mound City,
,uey, editor and publisher of a Economy, curtly, and the interest
ble abortion of a paner at Metro-1 of the government generally, a3 well as
called tho Promulgator. One ' f the peoplu of tho west. ioiut to that
o Itlu tiiiif rirn.ifi (ififll) nlvi.iO nlace lor a western navy yard. Jt Is the
1 1 .... I... t.m 1.. .11.11. ..1.1 .... ll.t vnhunlu
JUIIlt IU4 UHIJUIIJ UIIV1 icaniut, . vv.'.
and for laying them up1n ordinary, and
it la the center or all that rast portion
of the-American continentwhich-iu-watered
by the Mlshi.iblppl and its tribu
taries. Coal, Iron, Onioer, hemp, and
.tiverythlug elf e needed at a Ural-class
. . . . - . i . . . f i
..r..i.w. iiu .i irif..p iir Hkn'tiiiavv vara, is nerc euwv oi ncccn uuu
, talks nJgger, and lu poiut of In- j cheap, as also Is labor. Mue months In
very mucli .-escmblcs the nlggur. tho year any vemel that. can passthe bar
3k and crook he wan elected prose- , below Ja w Orlcaii J can reach
.MOUIIU . Il ' wmiuui iiuivuivv'"h.u
never Qlvttructs , uavlgutiqij bejuw
thaf point. Admiral Torler uclteted'
It for tlio western naval station after due
deliberation, and experience has proved
hlsjudg ment to be correct. Tf western I
members or congress do their duty, u
uavv yard on ftcale creditable to tho i
a thai west will uneedily uo crvuted there.
I The west paya.the groutcr jwrlion of the
I eKiieiiho atteiiuiui: inu uiuiiueijuiicu ui
. . ...
cCartnry 1.1 an nv. iic Is as Ig-
as a hog, possesses about the.,
.. . . ...7 i II.. I........ 1
nstiuctP. anu is cjuoiiy uvuuuiu ,
nit animal wheu walloA'lugin tne
of tllthlnens. ilcCartni-y is afraid
nlggur. Mark ye. 1 ho nigger
him in his sleep aud In his hours
attorney by a bare majority in a
feven hundred llepublieuu. Tills
creature's caliber, and yd he is
. work inlschleflo tho party. Dur-
canvas.- lie was lustrumeuUl iu
tig out a weak-headed "coni-crva-reiubllcn
ainluHt Kuykeadall on
Uaate or DtHegatir to the Coiwti
onal Convention.
r t T
women hayo looked o mo homely
j commonpla'c." - :
'fill, vnii nr Iddlltltr."
"Indeed, I nm not." ,
"Aud you never loved
rore7"
"Xever! Tour sex appeared to rnt al
ways deceitful;' ftnU' my 'heart refused
them all sympathy, but for you I feel a
passionate attraction 1 have uo power or
Inclination to'rdslst."
"Can this be true?"
"It Is Indeed."
" And:you wish to see my ikco?"
"I am mad with Impatience, sinco it
will over be my-mirror. It has upon it
now no rival Impression."
"You nro so persuasive I can no longer
denythe..prLyjjeg!. look !" and the maik
was removed.
It was Ills wife.
'"The deuce!" said the dlscomfltted
Honedlct, indulging iu a prolonged
whistle.
"Oh, no, my dear, only the face that
has nij rival Impression on your heart!"
'Say, Mary, let's call itquarc aud go
home."
"I think we'd better,"
Aud they went.
GROCERIES.-COMMISSION.
W. HTUATTOX. T. BIRD.
gTRATTOX ttBIKD,
(U'.TPMor to Strstton, IIuJiou h Cbrtc),
WHOLKflALK ,
(Iroccrs and Commission Merchauts. j
American Powilrr Co., nml Miuialarlartr
Ac-nlit fur Coiluii YariiN,
IVn. 07 Ohio Iroc, Cairo, III.
ocirCMtf
A VIIiTiXAXOL'.S TIIA.VSACTIO.V
A illll.O
MB ifnMa iilnaif 1alrrt In tltn
of the republicans of Maac I tb navy aepartmeui, and why fchotilil
f, ana lie is leauing mem iu
-vl a.i rapidly mm hit contracted
lt not have h fbare of the belulita?
DRI'ItAUIJCI)
ooo.
oi r oi' moo.
i
lorltv at all. This fact should
- tho republicans of that coun
ause them to shake oil tne leecu
i i f,t...l... I.l..
rueKiuu iweir diuuu. whumj huh
ick him out; any way to sfot lid
cm ii.-- rtoWftrl lUtter J
tlce that etl'orts are being made
s from New Orleann to -secure
Yard
'errv county is anouier niinuuK
sore on Uie face of the rcpubli
M ....... .. ...... A 1
any. v e reier, uow, iu uuu u.
l , a new Hedged meiina-r ui mv
Mfiin nurtv. .xehtned up. the lord
knows how or by whom, from
win I of counerhead corruitiou.
JcCartiiey, he posseKdes a degree of
t, but like McCartney no seeKs io
ir rulii tho pnrty or his county.
eggar atjho reet or I-ojjan lor pom
crutnbs,. AMeti upw. wireninw to
ihlmHelrkn Immortal notornty by
uig. the man he ha begged to often,
isslhtanco lu gettlug otlice. That
isulates" are not in tho market ror
hungry expectaut, may partially
jni ror jsck's recent spen oi uiuw
It. His two term as postmaster or
Jouscof Representatives aro about
ie comfort ho will ever recelvo at
hands of his new-found nolitlcal
ds, and tho sooner lie goes back to
Hot love tho sooner his time will
e for another suck at the public teat
i true, the republicans of Du Quoin
ss to repudiate uie uincRKwniu?m-
tick Aldvn' paper, but they aro par-
arly responsible for his uitli-iiitiging
itfiiHltlea. We at-surc tlieni they fcur
nore than any other persons by tho
inlanders of tho Tribune. General
an Is not so thin-skinned that Jack's
gun squibs can aUect him materially,
Is Governor Dougherty's reputation
loubtful that tho words of the Trl
p'lJuij damage It. Logan and Dough
were mon oi siamiing oeuiru inu
or 01 1110 'ITIUIIUO lllllieil llianuuii-
at gave Ixiun iu 16J a majority i yL. t)M
l cau not now be depended on for I uv n!,r.ie!
.. 1 1 fri.lj f..n ul.n.ll.l . . ..... II-.... V V-....I
I me relocation oi.iue iperji
tv' ' from lis present location at Mouud City
i,CM ) to the llmt named place. Wo trut thut
the Illinois delegation in congress win
ot I take care that this scheme does not
succeed. The present location of tho
navy yard Is all that couia uo ilcsircu on
thof-coro of economy and security, nud
lu all particulars. has a large advantage
over the proposed new site. Coal, Iron,
timber and hemp are ea.sy or access, the
wuti.rU of Hiitlleiont denlh. aud an V ves
th
u ! fc l llmt can pass the bar nt tlio umutli of
1 ; I the river can reach this point during mo?t
or tho year. The expeiience oi tno re
bellion proved tho value or tho yard iu its
present location, and as it Is much more
tecum from hostile attacks than it, could
be ir removed to a near proximity or the
seacoast, wo rail to see nny good reason
for lis re-location at Now Orleans. We
hope that Congress will, nt lu approach
ing session, comply with tho request. qf
Illinois tMcotexp.eL ihrouKh her
Legislature, ror tho permanent establish
ment and enlargmeiitof tho navy yard
in IU present location.
AHI SK S IXl'rilMO S0IIUOI.N.
A I'KOPr.U Iir'jIlTNCIATIOy.
Tho Peoria 'Transcript' condemns,
with a warmth that all good citizens
will commend, certain abuses practiced
In tho public schools of that city, and
among others the following. It in high
time the press of the country wero cry
ing down tho tyrannies and outrages
that yet disgrace our civilization, In tho
mnnagoment orourHchools. The 'Tntu-
script' bays;
Tliero Is another abuse practiced In
From tii Nf Yrk Kxpteit.1
An Interesting will cate. lueludlng tb
right of an halress to 9100,OUQ worm of
real estate left Intestate by her father,
, has cometollghtl i the City of Churches.
I In August JaM Jonn Piillllp Uorne, flfry
I . V. ....I ..... .. ... .
liills, be Ciuie fludiltnly ill and died
without leaving a will. Ho was a widow
er, and tho only heir to his large astute
was a grown up daughter, who' never
supposed thcro would be any question as
to her right to tho property. There was
a family named Uergcman, with whom
lie was intimate, who kept a lager beer
saloon ucarby, aud after his death, 0. A.
licrgcjnau, the keeper of the saloon, be
coming aware or the fact that Home had
departed this ll'e without leaving a
will, set to work, as alledged, to supply
the Important omission. Ho proceeded
to New York and enlisted the services or
three men who weio fumllllur with the
drawing up or such documents. Their
names are Otto Arnoii9e, John Hymau
and Kt J3. Goldstelno. They drew up tho
document, Bergeman gave them f 1,000
each ior their trouble. Of course the
old story or cutting an heir nil' with a
shilling wa carried out by Bergeman to
thelcttor. The property was left lu this
.bogus will to Mrs. Anthony Hildebraud,
n relative or Bergeman, with whom It
claimed that the deceased was very In
timate, aud for whom he had an undying
attachment. The generosity or Berge
man is almost without parallel, for in the
will is found the very generous provision
of SlOv for a slab to mark tho spot where
the deceased now rests. Tho attempt of
Bergeman to secure the vast estato nit-'
turally caused some inquiry, and led to
an investigation. The will in tho mean
time was taken to tho Surrogate's Court,
where it was contested. Mr. Thomas
PiMirsall was then employed on tho part
ofMisa Borne. A warrcnt waa issued
for the arrest' -ortho guilty parties and
placed in the liands or Detectives Videto
and l-'nlk. Tho -ofllourrf wont to Berge
man's placoou Sunday and took him in
to custody. Thoy subsequently n rrested
Hymnn.
kAldon'sown fellow-townsmen go
k on his stupid ravings. i
et both theso disorganizes, McCart
' and Allien, bo drlveh out of tho par
they disgrace before thoy succoed In
ryliig" out their baso designs. With
h men as leaders, wo oan expeot noth-
vfn llAttiii.ua iwiHilncr lint I r t ll!in fill
t. The principles or our party iney
ther understand nor care for. Judas
e, they would betray them for thirty
ces Of sSllver. Let them, llko tho dog,
urn 'to-their vomlt, and, like the
Ine, to their wallowing iu the mire.
"u.IV'KKAI- A.t.lKSTI,
Although 'thero Is a bill pending l ii
jSeuate, Introduced Jasi sasslou by
nator Rurry, pr rConntotlcut, pwylj
ig Bubita'ntlally fbr Universal amnesty
all participants n (he rebellion, a Rad
ii Senator ha&1 prepared and will hi
iduce tholtrst reeH or the tesslou a
II to removo th political disabilities
.l..'n .tin...... !!. t
every person wnu io uioijuuiuit-ii ironi
tlng.Ri.UqlJluB ofllM'byjthe.ouii,
euth ameiulment; and 1)0 saVsho has
eh lnformlation as to lead, him to be
ive that it will pais the Senate without
aterial opposition. Some of tb,e South'
n members of tho house express their
lIlwgn'M to vote for suph a bl the
omeut the firteenth nandment if
itlflad.
ig clothes. Both are known and re !rpKard to our schools for which 'the
jted bv the people or the State, whllo board Itself is responsible. Wo refer to
. . . . J II ...... . . . . . .. ..... . -I .. t . . . . nnli.nl 1, IM , r n'
the nractico oi ciojhju imwk
doors up to tho hour for tlo coinmonco'.
ment or school excerclses.. In stormy
days, like that of yesterday, children
who reach school in advance or nluo
o'clock lu tho morning, nro compelled
... ....,il mi) In tlirt itnrm. huddled to-
potlior Ilka so many sheep. There have,
been days when the scene nt tho second
district school houso looked llko n delib
erate attempt nt tho murder ot these hi
micciil. We avo told that at hoou tho
doors of Homo or nil of tie echrlol 1-ous.es
aro locked, tho cjilldren either being
looked 111 or out, Those who aro out
cannot get Inaguln (storra as It may bo)
until the hour for commencement or
school excerclses, and those who aro in
cannot got out. Fancy n hundred ohll
dreuVKenerally Kirl.Watened iutoa
school house, and.a lire breaking out;
Wo hope for tho honor dfhumanlty thut
sotnothW will be donp to allay these
stories and abuses. Tho school board
ought to employ, ft competent peraqn,
with tho powers of a policeman, to at
tend to each or tho school houses ono
hour beforp commencement of thoraor
". .1 .-.I.r..ni dm inn- tiB nnnti recpsa.
to look aftor and protect tho children and
the school property. 'I ho cxponsp at-
Tin:
i
DARK AM)
G BOUND."
A rirguiar
1-lleUcil Ilatlle
Iountj-.
Itl.OODY
lu rutaikl
sn.i.nt nnon tho employment or such
nbrsoii would bo small lu comparUfln tq
the hPnefllresultlhg therefrom."
A telegram from Louisville tinder
date of the 24th Inst, says:
A dosporato character named Cooper,
who had been whipped by a party or
regulators In ruloskl county, caused the
arret t or somo mon In that neighbor
hood whom he accused or admlnlstelng
the ohastitement. Saturday morning
was llxed for the trial, and Cooper and
his rrienda entered Somerest, the county
seat armed to tho teeth. Here tho ac
cused party, numbering twenty, and
Conpeivwlth his ooufoderates equally
strong entered Into a quarrel which
culminated In a regular pitched battle.
Ouo hundred and fifty phots were llred
resulting In tho killing oT three men
named Todd, Daulton and Wm Pleas
ants, and mortally wounding ono James
Pleasaiits. The fight was abated by uw,
tual consent, both parties being out of
ammunition. A aliort tluio ntler, each
nnrtv havlmr recruited Its forces, they
,weie about to enter the town; but araisdi i
armed inen warned thm off. J
LIQUORS. TOBACCO, ETC.
TM. II. SOUU.TTEIt, ' I
, Jtnporler and. Wholtiali Dtaltrin '. ,
1VINK? IilCkUOBN- TOIJA'CCO'oa
gAM'L WILSON,
DetJerln
BOAT STORES, (IBOCERIES AX1) PKO
VISIONS, llO Oliio Lovoo.
oc!3tf Vnlro. Illlnola.
JpETISlt CIJILL,
Kxclatlvc
FI.0BR MERCHAXT AND XILLCHV
AGEXTi
Xo. so Ohio licrce, Cnlro, Illinois.
Or Jer solicited and vromptiv nnd HtUlMUstlly
O.lfd. L ocldtf
DYA8 T. PARKKU. JOHN B. PIUM.TB.
JARKEI & PHILLI8,
General
Commission nud Forwarding Merchants
And Dr.ilcra in
Hay, Cora, OaU, nrnu, nd all Kinds !
1'roUurr,
OHIO l.KVKK.......- C'Allty, I1.L.
apt dtf
t. D. AVERS. K. J. AVitns.
JYKRS & CO.,
1MB OEXriUL
0 M M ISSIO A .V ; It C J! A X TS,
No. 1.13 OhloLeret, CAIItO, ILL.
mnrlTdlf
JM." PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucctucre to IU B. llendrlckti- Co.,)
Forwarding and Uo'n nitilon Hor-lia a
AND
vnAK.ruo.vr i'mopkietouh!
Oalro - - - XJJ LjjLOlm.
Liberal Advances Mule on Consignment.
Ire prepared to rtclTe, iitore or fonrrd irmuhU to
ASt
I ' ilt
...-tun
' :.(' .tint
Aoirr, v;!T.
Bc.it Brands oi Crcnm and Stock Ale
AND
Imported Ale DlfTorint Kiads.
No. 75 Onio Lkvkk, - Cairo, 1111 nola. .
REAL ESTATtl BROKERS, ETC.
WINSTON,
C
(Sncqesior to John Q. Uarmn. Co.,)
HEAL ESTATE AGENT
AUD
AUOTIOlVTB-n,.
i t '.
.-'t -
Buy andMN Iloal EUte, pay" Tx,rurnlhi' "
AWtractBof Title, andBfep-irM Contyancl of tail i
Indn. Office, No. 74 (2dnoor2 Ohio I.eTee. marlSU
JOUN W. TltOVEU & CO
Real Estate, Bond and Stock Broilers.'
WI1I attond fo th payment of fiUl,CountTaoCitT
Taxm, and all buiincss purUlnlcg to a GENERAL '
miOUEBAOE, i .'
Eioiitu Stbekt, second door ram Com. Ave.ti..tl
PAINTER'S MATERIALS.
ii .
D, n PARK Kit.
pARKEIt A BLAIvE,
n.F. BLAKE,., :
WHITE LEAD, ZINC AND OILS,
.li
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iAiwnnw rsi ars ANH PUTTY
I f II r v - iw- ' J
Brmtici. Wall Paper amlWlndaw
05 OHIO LEVEE CAIRO. ILL'
WOOD.
EMOVAL NOTICE.
illpoinlNi buy or noil on commitaion. Buaiocaa at
enJfd to with tromptfc'M anlOlawU
R
H. M. II U L E 1ST !
w holo-alo Or i- o o o x '
ASP
C'oiuiuiHHiom Mcrclinuly
Harins remorrd to No. .3 Ohio Lctec, nrx- .toor to
City N.llniuJ Dank, whir rih better f llttlrs and
larn r atocka. h .oliclia the tnntlnnance ol tiatrnn.
as. of Ula iormer cuiwmcrs. .aa vtll a- that of aa
many ntw.
Nu-rlor acromniiMlatlnnM lot Morng
anil Ilie llMiiUMiijr of all Itlnd of
a-roiliicr ..li Ciittiaiilaliiu.
(iiiro,IILIJunrl, lacy. (mvtliltl
QV, GRKEN,
(Huff or to FaiIii-, Oreen & C.i.,)
PLOUB C3- IB ILT T.
-AM-
(ttnoral CflnnuUsIoii .Mprrliaut,
CAino ..M..M.i.u.
mrl tf
F
M. WARD,
DEALER IN'
F.
VINCENT,
Iiialir In Orrrlf5, Lim.1, I'la-t.-r I'atl-, Pliulcr
IMIr, (Vmrnt.
in bulk, alwation hand. Cornir Eiglilli -Irofta.i
Ohio I Cairn lllinnja. mypll
LUMBER.
ILL1A.M V. THORNTON,
Whol1atil KtM Pariti
Xj -u xxx laox. SliluRloa
LATH, TIM1JER,
Critar I'o.U, Door, Saali, lllluita Hint Win.
low (ilMm,
OIMcc on Tenth Ntrvcl,
Uflwi-n Commercial and ' Waahlnglo" Af.nura,
CM 110, ILLINOIS
Xukm rtia,
Hock Jtirrr 'tijrr 0mpnny'H Sheathing FtU
.Nl
HVAIITZ CKMKST.
IL T. John's Improvi'd Roofing,
ta prepared to nil ordnra pmmptly and tatlafftotorily T
wlttithe btalo&kand hickory firewood. . . -,,
Lcaroorrfera a-, llnlrn'a oldaUad, or at the pt
onirw. aap'tf ,t
yyooDi woodii r . -,t'
J. TV. TUKXEB "'
la prepared to furnlah ,r
Good XEArd Wood
At prke, which defy competition, iad alao to - ' ' '
IJellvrr la any part of the Clly,
On tho hortet nolirc.
Iarn orderi on !' at nuton'a grocery, Loser
mil' fed atoro, and Wooda and Itoocli't Kroery.
nn.l.ltr '
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC. '
AHALLKY'S 0 II A ItT K It OAK
STOVE STORK
ASIO
C'opiicr, Tin and Sheet Iron
iYo. K.C WASHINGTON AVENUE,
(AboYu tho Market Iloiue.) ,lW .
IvuotinK. OuttrrlnR, Spouting and Steamboat Work ''
donninanrat and aiibVlantiol manner, at ahortno-"
tlo-. Uocil'dlif ' '
Gr.
GROCECERIES, LIQUORS. (
D. "WILLIAMSON,
' A
UUOLEHALL OltOCJER,
PltODfCE AND COMMISSION
TUT BROS 3NT T,
No. 70 Ohio I.eut, Cairo, III.
Hpeolal attention siren to coniilgnment and Milan
orderi. dec'il's
J3 SMYTH & CO.,
NVIKal KSALi: OKOOKItS,
OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Aokerpa comtantly un hand a moat complete
atook of
MQL'Oll.H, WIIISKIBH,
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, Of
I'orC, Jtailelra, Sherry antl Catawba
TArX3XT33)B.
IfO, AUCMT roR
J. It I El) J- CO'S CELEllUA TED WHEEL
ING ALE.
We all cxcliMiri'ly lor C.VH1I, to whlali invitethe '
tention nrcu
al'Hpt-c'ial (
iiwirf.R.iir
attention of cloiu cajJi btiTeri .
aHiit-c-ial atlvntion paid to filling order.
i!.r
Aabtatoa Cement nlwa
IMlt
BE WARDS.
5.
REWARD.
lu largo nr email quantlilra.
O WALTERS.
K-e
Pouter ui
ixx-ci. iiixcl Soft Xiuxxxxloox
of T(ry detorlption,
l.ntll, NblnKlrtt nml Cellar Poaia.
YARD AND OKKICI'. Corai rCommetclal aronue and
ftmih alreet,
CAIRO .,.m..,.II.L1N0IS.
Ord.ra aolioited and promptly-(tiled. Pleamboat
Lumber furnlthed on aliorrnotloo. ottlii-Om
l'or thn return of mv hunting tnj IIIUt' 11 U
ablach, with Uuiah wuitooii tho breatt.
0. It. FOOTK. '
Cairo, N tv. 57th, 1803. Kit
TEN UOLLAIIS 11KWAIIU,
Will ho paid for any Information which will lend to
tho recovery of one (I) larn ituambont boll, which la
kilppoatid lu huvo been Molou from tho ItouuhA
lteadv enclno hoipc, In till city, hciweoit the J7(li
nud '.-2.1 of November. Said belfyrlll weigh from ftwo
to 800 Iba, andha ono vldoof thu yoko broken , and
lonueriy iH'iuncru to mo summer "iiouiniauu. "
0 O. It. (iHKKLKV, )
CHA, r.NKLUH. Qauota. .
i
noiint
!- A VOID QUACKS. A VICTIM OP EAULV IM
I J prudence, ciUiliiR ru-rmua ilelillltyj prematuro
uecay, o., un uiacuieicu a aiiynioi mraiia ui kuiu,
w'llch ho will aend free to hia fellow autlerer. Ad
dreja J. U. HEUVE3, li Namu Street, Naif York,
oo 'ft em. w
FURNITURE.
g IIARRELL,
PHALKS 1.1
TP XT H 3ST ITU 3Et
Queenswara, liar FUfrres, Glasfare '
AMn i, .
UOtt'HK PtlBJfliMINO.OOM,,
Ne.l5M4 1 lfCm. An . OAIK.A
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