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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNEJJ..J.873.
TEE BULLETIN.
ofltrUI I'nprp of the ltr
lon.Hf, Moralnit
Vnptr I'lltilMieA In Sontlinril IlllnnU,
,)jllS H.OUKUI.t, Editor and Publisher
TKHM9 OK TIIb1)aIiA LUJLLKTIN :
One week, by carrier t
One yer by carrier, In Advance . . 10 00
inn Tir br carrier It not ptld In
..ltt '- 00
tnnnlK tirtnull . If")
Pore rnonlh
Six month, ...
One year
tiii' iim.l.Ut WEEKLY IIULLKTI.N'
John 11. Oberly h reduced tho subscrlp
tlon price of tho WkkklyICaiuo
to Ono l)oll.ir rcr annum, making it mo
ch.Mt PP pul'll0'1 ln "h6rn '"'"ot.
KmiltnR n7n t Irr tin orry ngf.
n on
f 2T
10 00
SttAM. w elobrtotlio coming 1'ourlli
Cxsfits M.C'iav. .Ir.. I landi'Iate
for the Kentucky legislature
-
MooDt,the Chicago lav preacher, it.
trnds to visit tbo old country Ibis summer
lie does not intend to discontlnuo preach
Inn however i liu will do Europo and hi
Mfistor's work at tho fame time.
TnE Orogon voluntoor have massacred
tb Modoc prlionor. Tho Bovornmont
w.U. probablr ."hrug its shoulddrs, allow
IhA whitomurdorers to escape, and hang
Capt. Jntk, tho noblest Roman of modorn
tin.es.
"What dues Mayor Wood say nbout a
Fourth of July celebration, and what do
AlJermon Illxby. Robinson, Rlttenboiue,
M Oau'ey, .Morris, .MoKwen, Korsmoyor,
Mtfjet' "J l'hillip say1 And what
bos ttr Ncllis faction of "tho city council
' .
Tuk he&tben Chinco'' will not cu.i.
grto to CaUfornin any more for the pres
ent. Ilo ww getting a little too numor
cus In tha Golden sUto and giving troublo
to his countrymen already thoro. Tho
heads of certain Chinese companies saw
th.s and telegraphed to Hong Kong to
their agents to flop nil omigrants who in
tended to loavo for California. This was
done tho last of May, and as tho orders
will not probably bo revokod, Chincsacm-1
igration to California will coaso lor a
time.
- -
Ir a lady should to a candidiUo for su
perintended of public schools in this
county, of courie .Mr. John C. AVhite
would gallantly withdraw from tbo can
vass. His weaknoss is gallantry. And,
now, why not? AYo know several ladles,
either of whom, as superintendents,
would tnako our schools much better than
they are mako thorn popular with tho
people and tho scholars mfuso into the
teachers vim, and lift us up out of tho
slough of discontont in which we aro now
floundering.
fat liauor bill passed by tbo last New
York legislature is stringeut. To get tho
bettor of the liquor-sellers who might
dodge it by giving away ostensibly intoxi
cating bevcragi, it provides that " any
person " who fives aw.v intoxicating
liquors shall bo responsible fur any dam
ages such a person might do whilo under
tho influence of tho liquor ob
tained in that way. The New
York 'Times' asks this quastion. "'What
'is to save a gentlemun at whole dlnncr-
table a guest has taken a rIms too much,
' and amu4d himself by breaking a show-
1 cato or his own neck on the way homo,
from being suod for damages by ''the
persons" injurol in coniequunco of this
'intoxication'!
Tne question presents tho liquor law in
a new light, and will causo the fashionable
lno bibbers of Gotham t" put on their
thinking caps.
A LETTER.wRiTr.ii in tho Ohio 'Farmer,'
on the wing from Cleveland to Omaha
ayi ot this season's corn and fruit crip-of
Illinois.
"lUnorts from dlilercnt swtii'ns of 1111
nois aro decidedly unfavorable Farmer
n Daviess county say that they will not
set more than oue.tMrd tuuir usual nrro
age of corn; other counties in tbo lamo
ruction give similar report). uixon
ileadota and Illooininnlon report
about one-half Down about
Cairo reports aro a little more
favorable, between Cairo and Chicago
tho average will bo about one-third lest
than usual Thrtughout tho statu liu
poach budi are nearly all killed, but thre
is a fair show f"r other and moro bardv
fruits.
Illinois produces double tho corn of tho
best other statu of the Union and more
than twenty.fU-u of some of tbo other
sUte and territories, and should her crop
bo diminished one-third, the present sea
spn, it will lessen tho product forty-rive
million o( bushels. Tho aU crnn throuch-
out all tho Nnrthweste-n states will he
light, from tho eilectt of the cold, wet
- spring. There not,-! be no fttars. howuvar.
of a scarcity, fur all through th pruirie
anu corn-growing regions, mini tis
buibols.of old grain lie cribbed.
THK MKXIO.VN IMHK00L10.
Mexico, it Is said, is very Indignant, and
throatoni to!retillato if o do int "r"10
gizo for tbo McKonaie raid,
lost llkolv tho administration will not
apologize, and tbm what' Tho Mexi
cans, if they do not de Uro war. will with
out doubt, upon various pretext-, im.u
raids upon our territory, r.nd point to our
oxamplo a their justification. AVhoro
,u,on war will ens..-. U ennot apolo-
plo for McKenzlo s raid, and wo cannot
allow the Mexicans upon any pretext to
tnr.,ln our territory. Mexico must, there-
fore, either swallow the Insult w? hnvc
mit upon her unit allow us 10 iimni, uv
in the same way as often n wo haro oc
casion sh.' to never reiaiian-
In kind, or she mint fight.
Thi is not injustice. V.) -'an "d 'lo
punish our citizen who wrongfully invade
Mexiran soil, while the government of
that country riflows frequont invasions of
our soil mid neither attempts to prevent
.t -... .1.. .tn nrMili (tin rill'i'lnlfT' .
the law into our own hand.
The situation therfro is that Mexie
mutt tlinw the w,hlto fcidhuT or fluht. if
she' should light situ will bo disastrously
whipped, and much of her torrltory will
i-oinu undur tho llau or llio United tiiles'
This result we huartily doslro. It must
bo sooner or later. It is manifest destiny,
and it might ns well be now us tiercnflnr
tho open plain of right and Justice Ai
arnot nnxlou to drive It fonvnru
too' rapid paco. N'o 'o snlUrtcd
if it advances at all. Hut if
tho judges bollovo they rannot, with
out doing violcnro to their sclf-rcpcrt, re-
.. . .. i. ...Hi, fr. fVl'.
main upon tno uent" c
whoso only crimo i- tliftt ho dof.iattd
Judge I.Muence, wo hopo they may not
,Und upon tho onlf r of resigning but re
sign at once. Tho statu can got along
without either or nil ol them. Their pres
ence on the bonch is not essential to our
wulfure. In fact, thoir absence from th-
! bench, in this exigency, will contribute at
least ns much to tho public wool, as win
tbolr prcsonce upon it. Tliorc nro a good
lei.il Hah in tho sea ns over were caught.
Looked At in onn light, this threat of n
tl'.nnLtnn it nn Insult to tho pooplo. Who
inado theso judges tho judges of the rgbl
of tbo people to elqet whomsoever they miy
pleao to prt'forfjranvofilee within their
Hift They aro littlo short of insoluiit,
und tho sooner they put their tbrcnt into
Ionio Advertisements.
I.OVVlill,
Y4l-IiIA.M .). Al.-IiKN.
ATTOHNEV AT LAW
ca i no, u.IjLvoks.
outre over Flr.t Natloti.il b.nik.
SAM UKI 1 WIIHUIsKH,
ATTOHNKV vS: COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAin.O, ILLINOIS.
OUlcc ocr First -N'ntloiml bank.
M'J3m
ItAMih
EXTKUriUSK SAYINGS
Oi.irlorxl Jtrcli .11. Idl.
.lohii II. Mulkcy. . Wilhiin C. JIulkey
Mn.KKY - SOM,
ATTO 11X12 YS AT IAW
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
mili-ii. rear iooin over I latuton- book
'tore,
NO. l-l t OM M r.UUl AI. .ntnur.,
llutwrcn -cM'litli and F.lghtli Hreets,
VII tf.
(IPI'ICE Of
Homo Advertisements.
rOSHINHISIN AM f OKWAUIIIfttl.
HALLIDAY BROTH EHS
GENERAL AGENTS
Our Homo Advertisers.
Our Home Advertisers.
1ICJOKM.
I'OBWARDIMQ ani COMMISSION
-
UKHL'KINO HIS l'AKTY.
I'rosldent Grant ares as Utile for tbe
good opinion of the lUpublicun party a
be does for the ashes of his cigtrs. lie
uses It with dviicious coolness, ind disre
gards its advlcij nith the most insultioK
contempt.
A few wothe tgo the llvpubiicans ol
Olio iiiel in ttato convention and adopted
a platform, in ono of the resolutions of
which the salary urab was condemned
The Kepublican papers, pointed to this
fact and boastud that their party wis tho
Urit to rebuke tho rascals kIu bad pock,
nled the ill-gotten gains of the grub. Hut
l'reildent Grant did not view tho action
of his party with satisfuctlon. He wui
displeased j and to rebuke bis Ohio parti
sans, who bad falsely praised his adminis
tration to s6flen the stlary steal rebuke,
ho appointed Dlngbaui, one of the leading
grabbers, minister to Jupin, He had be
fr that appointed 8helliiburer on the
civ)-irylce reform commission, and Shel
labarger had not only grabbed but he
Jitd lied like Cretan about it.
We do not expect the presMtnt i rebuke
of their pretended disapprobation, of tho
salary grab, will create much indignation
A FOUKTII OF .JULY FLIOIir
It isnltogothcr hkoly that tho Ameri
can oaglo will flup its wings as proudly hs
ever noxt Fourth ol July and that many
an cator will soar with it to heights ns
high as hnvo been retired in tho past: Ho.
ton Common, howovor, is to have tho sen
satlott of tbo day; -lolrn Wise, the.. Men
and most distinguished aeronaut of tho
ountry, if not of tho world, inteuds to go
up, not on tho wings of tho American
ojgle, but in a balloon; ho Intend to
crois thoocoan in a bftloon ascending from
Union Common on the Fourth of July.
Tho daring neronautonlertalns somo pecu
liar ideas un tho subject of tho upper nt
mphere, idctis which ho hopes to demon
strate ns correct by his contumplnud
norinl voyngo ncross tho Allnntio ocean.
Ilo hns mndo four hundred and ferty-six
balloon 'nsconslons, nnd says that riltiuty-
six times out ol ovory liundred tho balloon
gravituted toward tho oust, that tho rea
son of (his is that at n cortain nltitude
"tho entiro upper atmosphcra surrounding
'tho earth constantly moves eastward
'with tho revolution of the earth." Not
only this, but that it "moves farther than
'tho earth, just as water Is spurted for
'ward from a rapidly revolving grind
' stone, and is thrown ahoad by tho move
'mont of tho torrostrial ball nt the rato,
'perhaps, of ono hundred miles nn
hour." Professor iso I'oIiovcj that
If ho ascends Into this air tide with hli
balloon, ho will "drift" at tho rati) of a
hundred miles nn hour, to l.uropo, and
roach his destination in sixty or eovonty
bourn from tho time of starting, llostun
bclioves In AViso and his theories, and has
appropriated throo thousand dollars to en
able him to procure tho materials lor ami
tho manufacture of his balloons, of which
thoro will ho three, ono threo times the
size of tho two others, tho small ones
to bo usod to supply tho largo ono uilh
.. . ... H-.I Tim l.n?-
gaas ttiosos its nmns puwi-
ket in which tho aerial voyagers will rido
will bo a comfortublo covored room, with
a collar in which to storo water and food
for tho trip. The room will have windows
on all .Idos, a limo stove will give abund
ant beat tor warmth and to cook with,
whilo nt night a vaccum tubs with plati
num wire at each end will furnish abund
ant light by sending k current of electric
ity along tho wire.
A French metal life bout is to bo ctrnen
along, suspended beneath tho basket, pro
vided with food, etc., in ease tho balloon
should full Into the oeean.
l'rofessor Wise moro tbfin sixty years
of ago und has spent his life in rormutie
oxporiments. .His enthusiasm la neither
the enthusiasm of youth nor experience,
but is the result of an oarno't devotion to
his profession a dovution which every
progressive mind would bo glad to see ro
warded by tho successful termltmtWn ol
his anticipated Fourth of July experiment
t 1 1 1 1 1 : a t i: n i n o .i u i ) i i i: s .
The colleagues of Judge Lawrence upon
the supremo bunch of tills tate take that
gentleman's defeat at tho lt'' judieml else
tiou very much to hmtrt, and, it is said,
have all agred Vj ruigu their bit;h ottices
and thus leave thu bunch in the undisputed
poi.ossion of Me-rs. Craig and HoholtMd.
The people have it. Milted them, and tl i y
are dutormined to have revenge.
The frionds of tho monopolists hae bf
comu alarmed at this threatened tUiuprde
of their judicial friends, and am urging
the judges to not act rashly. "If," ay
tha corporationlsts, addre4ing the su
preme judges, "you resign as you propose,
the people, in their madness, would pro
ceed to do what we ail dosire they sliull
not do. It is vuur duty l romain upon
' the bench to prevent the calamity of tbo
' people olecting Judges who do not boliuve
1 ve hftiu the volod right of doiug what
1 we please.'' A St. Louis pnpur iu-eru
tbut this line of argument will pr.ibably
muko the judges lunitaUi, and llnally ru
comlder their rath determliiutlon to allow
tho people to elect judos who will please
them more than the preient fossils do.
Wc do not Join with thorn who main
tain tbo position that tho present supremo
bench is away behind tho ago. It is nut.
Considering all tho surroundings of vlto
court the eborUime it bus had to breathe
in tho new utmosphere of anti-monopoly
It has done remarkably well. Jt bat
decided on more than one occaiiou tiiat
tho people do not belong entirely to tho
corporations, a fact so aitonitbiog that it
has tilled the genial bren"t of ex.Gov,
Falmer with delight. Mr. l'ulmor ex
peeled so much leis from tls sat court h'J
felt constiaiuol to th&uk it for tho slight
advance, the snail's paco, It hud inado to
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAlltO
ofkicwis:
A. II. SAFFOItO. I'rosldent 5
S. S. TAYI.OK, Vice-President;
II. IIYril.Ol', Secretary and Treaiurcr
P. M. HtartAT,
K. II. '.iwiiuiii.
It. 11. C'C.IM.NUllAt,
Ci'M. Cll lJnr.it,
1'itL (i. Huuun,
II. r. lutiirAt,
J. 1. FnuLirs.
neiimlH ! utiy Annimil llt-erlvttfruni
Ten S.'rult t'iiril.
iNTEHEST paul on ilcpOflU at the ro ol Hi
perei-iit. pi-r annum, Mmcli lit and ri-rti-tn-tivi
Int. Inlerott not withdrawn I i.iIJmI Ininif
iliatcly to the prim-lpa! of thu tifjHiitiU, tticrtitit
Kinnt: tliom coiiipotinil Inlwront.
1IAKUIKU WOMEN ASH) CIIlLnilEU MAV
DKPORIT MONKT
an tiut so om iup ca. naiw ir,
Oi.cn cvitj biinluei" ily Horn f a.m. to 3 p.m.,
ami rtntiinlity or-" -if lor HAVl.'.O liKJ'liHllr
onlv. from 8 io S o clok.
k'i'hI W. IIYBI.Ol'.Troniror.
UUKKN A: OIL 15 1'iHT,
ATTOllNKYfa
Htl
COUNaKLOHS AT LAW,
William ll.drorn, 1 ., ,u
William II Olllert, V CAlltO, ILMNulH,
Mllw I'.dlUirt, )
ovapeoiH. attention ixn to AJmiihUr i&
i asiiraai uuiiiuitp.
OrVIOR OHIO I.KVKS!, IIOOMB 7 AM) 8 0V
CITY NATIONAL llAVfc.
IAMKS U. SMITH,
lli INSL'UANL'I:
AMI-
11 fa l Estatu Agent.
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And buy your
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15. JOXKS,
Cor. Truth ulrrel nnil Ciiliiniert lal Af
I am now preparcil to inninifn'turo ol
prlnjM)le,iiiieli aa p.ilent Ic.illicr, niorroco
buck mid eall-'kln IiooIh, Mkic. ulih hot
toea, curk nnd pllllip coles, Hcotrli liottonia.
hihI bowl I'llijn nr tiny oilier al)lo j on with.
I inn nl-o mntmrui'tiirlng mi extra rilnlltr
ol Imllos' fhoe.i. .My imilerinl nnd work-
inmikliip are wnrratited to be ol the hct. I
mil ilctertiilneil to not bo uuderaold lor Hie
a.iiiie minllty ot i-ooils.
Hep.ilrlng iloiio neatly and on abort
notice It. Jones.
Itl'.AI. .NTAIK AI1KS01,
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
HIE CITY NATIONAL
Will Kill' nils I fin II nil Vhii1 nf rniit r.tnto
imv l ixe. rent houe. in.iUe eolloctloin and
III'L'Oll.Ill' 10 III".
MONEY TO LOAN.
f20.IHJ ill MI1IH Ol j.MKI to S'.'.O'lO Oil llll
prutuil real elnle aeeliril) in Liuro.
Store, iiiuiiiil.ii'turiiiir ctbllkhineiit',
ilwellliMaiicl I'urniiure. HiilU :ind eariroc
In-ured atrea-onalile iiitcsln ijrt-cla com
p'.inii". OPKltT. : No. fO OHIO LKVKE.
Tj-lStf. CAIIIO. ILLS.
Oaiho. ll.MNOI-
OA I It (,
CAPITAL,
I 1. 1. 1 wo J ft
'. - 8100,000
orricrtn
W. 1'. H.lLliUUY, PreslJent:
HKNItr L. HAl.LIDAY, Vice-l'ri-IJrM
A. H.HAI'KOKU. Ciihlcr;
WAUTf.lt IIYHWlP, AtilHti CftthUr-
ruiicio.n!
HtiiTa Titles, Rootnr II. Ct-sMNGPA v,
lUvar 1.. UallitaT, W. I'. Haliidat,
Oto. II. U'miAiiao.v, IJnriiAN Hum
A. II. SArruui).
Kaeliftiiae, I'nln nnil I'ntli-il fStulo
Ilonili lloniilit n:uS Molil.
IitPOSITfl raelT6il, toil a Rennral I'aoklnp
hiiHirit-iid tioni.
:iio'i.itli.s.
II. A.Thomi I.. I). 'I horn
TJTOMS k DnOTIIEK,
Sueeo'o'rs lo II. M. llulan .
COMMISSION MEUCHAS1S. BROKERS
.VI DEAI.KRS IN
Sluplo ami I'mie.v llroeetlr,
Foreign nnd Donictlc
i 1SI Commeri-lnl Avenue,
CAlltO, - - ILLINOIS
COFKKV, PACK &.CJO.,
r o u tv a h is i .v
A N Ii
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
i
i "I.M. -11 I vr, Lllrt, frrrTttt
Just opdtivd
AS llifKlnn nl Hie Hi:i) HOOT,
i Coiinku or Skvkntii SmuET and Wash-
INUTON ANKNUE.
CM no, II, 1.1 SO IS.
Where I lnlte all the citizens of ('.tiro
and Mirroiindlnj.' cnuniry to call and see II
Ihey ciiinol avo money, ui I will m- very
low. I hive adopti'il the old motto, "The
Nimble Penny l Hotter than tbe 'low Six
pence." 8. S. .MAI'SON
i-10-tl
lohn i. Ilannin. Cha. Thriipp
JOHN Q. IIA11MAN k CO.,
u:al estate agents
COLLKCT011S
AV1
CONVF.YANOh'HS
orlll L'or. ot III. I fll. nil I Olllo l.i-n e
Caiku, Illinois.
Oiler lor -aIo at low lls.-urt'c nnd c.v tornii
the loll'iWlllL' rt-iil I'ftute :
No I An c fiiiuit colt lire. coriliT I wrlltli
mil I.Muii-t -tni't-. !'. und its, l 1. thlnl ail.
l.nN almvi- L-ruilo. . loia III I) I. InwlKitl-
known a- tin -llldxr nlocki" Hio'o lot- run
through tin- liloi'k irons rllui'titli to M.
li-elllti rtreei-, nun mo ue-i ri'-ioi'iiti! prop-
i it) III llio elly -a. Ij. lining property ingniy .
Improved.
.Mi s-i.ot.tii aim i, n i'ii J. a-iiiiixioii : nuorm" me piiinic iirii hi na-i'inianuu iib
axciiue, buiwei-ii rliirleuiilli and l ourtei inn i inii'c or a l- irtt-ei.tat au-on in.iKer.inu
tieel". vvet Mile, (ioo.l lo-tory liullilliig al-o a I- lr-t-rla llor-e clioer una i ready
(111 I'.O'll lot.
No .".Al-o, viu-iint lota. ami fi. ailjoliiln
thu aboMi Oit II, b elt),
oil :U!li -ircot, -oillli able,
between Commercial mnl Wa.hliwton me
niien, will be i-old in trai t- to ult iurch.i-:r,
verv low anil ouea-y tt-rnit,
N'u I Lot- ' and s, b "i. rorner ol Four
tcfiilli ami t'opl.ir a t ret-1, Iruiil on 1'opUr
trei't, we-l -i'lf, oppoilli' po-l-tilllce block.
CAIUi PK'mtS,
BLACKSMITH
l'or Klnv nth mill t'opl ir III.,
to ni.itiur.u tiiie and epiirall klnd of work
in its I - trailu witn n pair anil ui.paicn,
3-Hini.
nevlivejTy staiTle"
TENTH STF.EKT,
Hf.TWKEN WAtfll'N AVENUE AND WALNU1
Nn r, nli'iiillil lillMIH'i.- lillllilliu.'. leal-
iluncc III aueoiul stori. 0 loom-, hull anil
lir. II. r. rii-Mt Inform, tn public tht h tin
OpDfd s
IiKAt.KIU IN
HAY,
coux.
OATS,
, V E 11 r .V T A li I. K
iroiitaiid rear -talnvav. wateron botli lloor?, I
lu'iiumher one condition: -Itu.ited on north- j
v.t rorner ot (ioiiineicl.il aMIUie uliil i
Twvllth ftreet. A great bargain If Id ,n the DOrihwft tido of Ttnth trst nra
-oon. 'hove.
O-Lot-i 7 and b 10, 1-t ad, small (lu a-Mes will br furoliirixl with noni but th
hoiite ami .-table on loin, liiiMi h'rouuil, eor- ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1 1 : It.M AN SC'II M KTZSTO J! V !',
(Sileec-or to II. TlilcleeVe.;
Ilfiil, r In All KIhiIm
'A -MI L Y fi It OCEEI ES
WASH I NO TON AVF.N V K,
UKTWKJ'.N TENTH ASH EI.r.NKNTH bTIHIl.T.'.
or o a i it .
It. W. .Mll.lXH, I'rosldent.
.1. M. I'll lI.l.II'. Vlce-l'ie-lib'iil.
CllAr-. OlWNiNfiHAM, Ca-bler.
C'JLLF.CTIONS l'UOMl'TLY M.VDK,
r.tXCIIAN('K, coin, lKnk noli-n HD'I llaitw
y tit Attn iTUrltl(Xi l.o u ili l nnil -'il l.
I?ilrl Allnwpd on llino IIpionKm.
IlainK luuvha-ed the croeery eMablbti-
inMit.nl If .'I'lilnli'i kn. I i-hallawa Keen1
on limits a inn ami ire.-u mpjuy oi nu un-
beit kooiI- in inv line, to lie loiinu in uie
market, lly et'rlct attention to liuInei-.
ami lair ileallns, I hopt- not only lo retain
all the iit-toin Hie place lias eiijoycii in tne
ii-i.t. Inn to mill to Un. lUt maiiv new na-
Jroii". Atlilng a fair iarc of public patron-
litre.
Itespertfully, IlKliMAN sCll.MK.T7lourr
soiijiitMoN .iir.iu'HA.vr.s.
MiNOl.D A: MY Kits.
AUCTIONEERS
-AN1-
Co m jn i s s i o n M o r e li ants
Oflice (lor llio pre sent) at Iko Waldo's
ciuming store,
Ohio Loveo, - Cairo, Ills.
a urotnretl to mil sll kinds o 1 1 rnperiy
111 iiiiuiioii in nil cuiiiiiiih-iini,
G. M. AI.DKN & CO.,
P 1 .0 V IX A N I ) TCLM Al IS3 1 ON
Ko. 135 Onto Ltver, - CAlltO, ILLS
0- lm
(8ueMrif to John II. Phllln,)
(JENEKA'L. COMMISSION
FOll WAltD INO II Eltcn A N T8
DKALKU3 UN' HAY, COHN, OAT
Elour, -Meul, Bran,
Ceh. T FN '111-ST. am. OHIO 1.1 VE
OA I HO, 1I.I.B.
wards a mounilion of tho rights of tl.i
l. II. MAllIUKIl..
MATI1USS& UI1L
o via,
li'OE'WABDrarG
ami ii:.M:itAi.
Commissi on Mrro hantb
IiF.AI.KII.4 i.N
IAY AND WKSTEHN I'HODUCK
(IIIKi I.KVVK,
TO S'JO
l'er day. Aseiit1. vanttr All 'ln.
MB A Is,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3-121 f
MliiLKH i rAHKKH,
GENERAL COMMISSION
Alls
FORWA RUING MF.RUIIA NTS,
DKALKHS IN FLOUIt, COU.N
0at3, Hay, etc.,
AO E NTS tok FAIP.IIANK'S SCALE!?
Ohio Levee. CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
ner J'oplar and Twenl) ulnlith street
rilci' ?..xi. une-uaii o-n.
.No 7 Lot ami new cottage In No 1 order,
hall, three room- and kitchen, on Tweiitt
llrl street. Two ipleiidi.l lots ln court
holiso block on Poplar jtn et tormT.
.No & Twuterj Ueslrable bui-lue" hollH
and two lots on slth -treet between Con
mcrelal and '.t-hliij:ton aenuc, will be
old at term to pay purclu-er relitui oi
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the publle may be accommodated at al
hour ol thu day and night with tale teams
on the lowest term.
Dr. Flcldt aka share of public patnmao
and will endcaor to merit it by fair dealing
and trii t .ittentlon to but)
ur cut f n liiYL'Stmciit.
.No ! Six lolt In b 2'J, 1st nd.
ground.
Illllllt IIIMII.MI.
PATRONIZE
HOME TRADE !
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Corner Twelfth Hrect and Washington At e
J. C. II U ELS,
(Late of St. Louis)
PROPRIETOR
HOOK BINDKU AND BLANK HOOK
MANUFACTURER,
I1LANK HOOKS or t ery ilekrrliitlnn done
with neatne-". and dipateli. All klinU ol
rullliK done at -liort notice. Hiblcs, .Mulc.
.M iL'a.liiec and I'm lodleali, bound neat and
at '.ho lowest iio-flble rati'.
.ounty work, -lleh us I'ecoril", Docketi.
Fi? Hooks lllankk, etc., maile a I perliillly
:tnxes I'ockut Hooks i;n elopes etc
m Id to iir.lr ll-'J4tt
C. CI.OS1,
GENLUAL COMMISSION .MERCHANT
And dealer in
Limk, Cement, I'lamikk, IIaik, Eto.
,Ko otii 1 1. wen.
Mull :
tJUUe.ich on eaiy pa incuts
No li) a woIl-liiinroeii turns on the -Mis-
l-ippi In lt-oiiri, a lnilc below Cairo.
iTfi acres a lar;; ,.ortlon under cultivation.
Ilr-t-cl.is dwil In;; hoiitc, barn and out
buildings Will bo njld very low or ex
clunked lor Imprmed Cairo property. A
reat L,araiu can bo had by appljltij,' i-oon.
t'hlt property I.- woithy the c.xamluution o(
a-jv pcr-oit who dc-irei to cnpitfe in lanu
Inif, as It celtatnly I- one of tin- most lertllu
and produetio tracts of land In the coun
irj .
.No 11 A splendid twntory repldcnee on
north ea't corner of Walnut und .Ninth
ctreels, with two lots cry desirable prop
erty. .No 12 Lot' IS nnd 10, b 7'.' 'olilh mlc of
Twentv-llrst street, opKi.lto -loineni
lllock , very dcir.ible lor reldunce iiir-po-cs,
cheap.
No III a well improM'd laim of 2IOacii -i .
IK) :icte. under eiiltltatlon ; hoii-cxand barn,
tood orchard, beailiitf trcei; riintitnt; watei
tlirout:li latin anove oieiiiow . uiic piaricr
mlle from station and depot ol ( airo .t t
l.oul-r.illro id. Will be Mild on ea- term
tor Sl'JJ per ai rn.
A 11 Nr. CHANfB iuii i.n;.n.'ii..i. , .... . . , .1
In addition to thu lorejjoinj; we oiler lor lor bale at Wholesale or Retail.
sale, or lease, a larije nuiiilier ol iicani ioi.
XKW YORK STOitrJ,
WHOLES ALK AND RETAIL.
LAKOMT VARIETT STOCK IN TUB CIT T
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE.
Corner of lnrlf-iilri olrert nad Coin
int-rcliU Atruiu
UAIKO, ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIE
WAOv.:. MANUFACTORi
J3TI will sell In car load lots
tuieiV prices, uddliii; Irelglit.
it muiilluc
J-i-tl
wu. ..-vk . i ,ii j I workliw people, of cither e.v ).ullj,lr ,'
puople. Ibe egurt bsi bullded better ,,(),ov at vork for us o, i .
siaong IbtJ Ohio Republicans. They win I than It knew It has walkoa towards snare moments or an tuo in
probblysiwllowH with phlloiophlc-kim.j truth following the "ancient ways 'm"! '''stI.vhox A 'a'p
ntss, nnd cry "Ureal is uran:
OiTtn Line it wuld HnalH uU. -it u
i tunc nun t
ce. A Hire
I'orKmid l ni.
"w I)
I'll VflU'IA.NN.
A. J. JtUE, .M. lC
ii., vixrr iipiiiinii. nilv located III Cairo, li'ndci
his iiiole-ioiil.le htxIcus U) the inhabitants
ol the cil a.id wclully.
Itei'ldelicc und olllee (for the present) cor
ner Walnut aii'l rwi'iily.lli-l streets, where
lie may be eoii-iiltud at all hour.-. IW-iiin.
R. B. lilUUIIA.M, .M-i.,
ii...,,n,.i,fiilil,. I'liv.li'l.iii nnil Sill-con. Of
lice Hill ioiiiiiii i.ialavemii'. Residence cor
ner ol KleM'iiili and Cedar street. li.'SM.
' M ii. 0. TABKK,
Will resume the practice ol his prnresMon
Vk-itti esiieclal relcrenco to tho elec tries
treatment ol ill-eases lu all tho new and lm-
proed method- ol application.
I u all cases of .emalo complaints a sdy
will be lu attendance ,
Olllee, l'i Commurolal aemie, up Hairs.
iTTwaIidner, m. d.
Olllco.md Resldciieoin Commercial ac.
nue, (next door to thu Athuneuiii).
WILLIAM R. b.MlTIl, M. I).
fEflJI)i:NOKSn. 21 Tliirtsenth strift. b.
II twemi WHshingion aTeniin.l Wlnut strut.
JrtTc-U'it!oiii'n"rcl'lT""s P ''rs.
(J. W. DUNNING, iM. I).
rK8Uil!S0R-coriierNlnth mid tViilnal fts,
ILOmc.o-comoi HUir strni-t anJ Ohio lemp,
oitioe liours-from .m. lo Mm.. ai i m
" DH.gTK. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply ol pure Nltioiu Oxulo
(las, for the palnls" extraction of teeth, at
Ihn Deutal Rooms of Dr. Doul.ns, niccessor
o Dr M Austin, LI -hill street 5it
J. M. J'HILLll'S & CO.,
(H.iccntcri to !'.. It. IIori'lrlCiiH A Co.)
Forwarding und Commission
MERCHANTS,
iSD
SVnARF-UOAT PROPRIETORS.
.iiy I.tLif ral AJTancpmciitii m'li- '
t52U upon Oiiul(tnrr.ent9. l'
Ar? prnt urril to roceni-, ttore and lurrrsrd
frouhtt to ll pointH ml buy nd
pell nn roraTnlstucn,
'-llijnni-ts Hfnilnd to prmnrUT.
H. D. AVUKS. K. .). AVKH
AYKRS k CO.,
FLOUB
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION M BKOIIANTC
No. 76 Ohio Lkvkk, Caiho, Ills.
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WOOD HITTE'I10Ul'. k RiiO