THE AlRO 0AILY BULLETIN. TUESDAY, JUNE ilfffi
naair a'r Xaraln nl.y
paper rw'h owtiTis lllwU.
4aHN H. OHaUaLT, Kait.tr and Publisher
rata of tin daily tuLLrns :
OM WMk, ty oarrtsr 35
0MB7 irrUT, tadvuce 10 00
OM'VWt lMr.rrltr M not pild tn
Om r-wr 10 w
TU DOLLAll WKKKLY DULLETIN
lata IX. Oberly hu reduced the eubscrlp
tlon riw of Ue Wisely Cairo Buixbtw
ts OM Dollar ftt annum, nuking It the
laAtipeet patur puilUh J In Sou thorn llllnol
Thb Polaris ti to be searched for by the
FASHIONS Fun tU he, v lCA.lt.
We take the following from the house-
bold department of the Now York 'Suf:'
In taking butt measuro for ordering
patterns, draw the tape looioly around the
butt, puilng Just under the arms: if
around the waist draw the tapo a little
light. Many ot the ityllih suits are made
of tbe tame material, one shde composing
the suit, and the other serving aa trim
rulog ; other prefer that tbe polonalso or
oversklrt be made of entirely different ma
terial and oontrasting eolor. Home very
pretty lulti conilit of black ilk eklrt,
with overgarment of tllrer gray poplin ;
other are of brown and drab, and for
young ladlei' eklrt, of dark blue, with
moulo colored ovsrgarruents, aro very be
coming. A black, ovcrsktrt or polonalto
either of silk, or alapaca or caihmere,
wilt never be out of plaoe, and can bo
worn with a eklrt of any color.
If you hare a blouse or Fronch wa'wt
it may be made in any plain etyle, aa
wash good will net admit of much gath
ering, putting, or trimming. Do not linn
calico, cambric, percalo, or muslin. "VYo
however, prefer the plain, loose polonalio
to any other style of garment for calico,
outside of tb'i French walit, plain shoul
der d fulled into a belt, and the full
plain eifrt Id-fashloned, it I true, but
alway pretty and neat for home wear.
Calico drttiM are flounced, but the floun
ce are not full, and their width depends
upon the faney ot the wester. Uias floun
ce are most worn.
TREATY OF WASHINGTON.
Secretary "Fiib has officially Informod the
secretary of the treasury that the neces
sary legislation bas been adopted on the
part of the Imperial parliament of Groat
Ilritain, and tbe legislatures of Canada
and of Prince Edward' Island, on one
side, and the congraea of tbe United States
on the other,. to carry into etToct articles
eighteen sad tweniy.flre incluslre, and
artiole thirty of the treaty of Washington,
and that an agreement in waiting bas been
entered Into by 8lr Edward Thornton,
British Minister, and himself in behalf of
the United States,, that aald article of th
treatf shall toko effect on tbe first day ot
June next, on whloh date the president's
proclamation will bo liiuud, announcing
the tame. Accordingly the secretary ot
tbe.trejury ha iasuod a circular lettor to
collector of customs, notifying them to
the above effect. Accompanying tbe clr-
cular are the articles above rufurred to. It
ay also tie stated that section 6 of the act
ei congress, approved March 1, 1873, en
titled ''An act to carry into efloct the pro
Tlsidni of the treaty between tbe United
Blaie and Great iiritan," etc, provides
that this act shall net lake effuct until the
flrstdayof July, 1873, and shall not ap
ply to any article or merchandise theroln
mentioned, which shall be hold in bond on
that day by oustoni ofBcer of the Unltod
The regulation of ttetroaiurv denim
ment now irrioca governing iho transit
of good through tho United States from
oue part of Canada to (toother, or through
Canada froan one' part of tbe United
State to Motor,, will ao'far as this gov
ernmentte awarded, be held applicable
to tbs fransftrUtloa of goods as aforesaid
8UPMME JUDGni ALKJi'lUN-OF
" DrU "r r-t -
Tie oflciat return of the election for
judge. or the uprerae oourt, In tbe Second
and Fiftb divisions, have all bwu received
by the (secretary of state. The voto by
rountles Is as follows.
Olaik , 1,033
Cambtrjand - 861
Efflngham.. J, 322
Greene, ,.. 1,611
Richland'.... .". ' 270
I ' ' X6,eQ7
iScfcolfeld' majority, 6,C97.
Crtdf1 Majority, J,808.
iVa lengthy Utter In
'olk o'pM, which
If r. Vr1
'J1l VHtH ylt iaksTVd
one good purpose whloh will not hurt him
in the race for ttl.it' dm caused him to be
talked about. Thfc ma who wa govar
nor of V'irglna jWfaea! tb'o Harper Frry
raid sent thrill or "excitement through
the entire country, and wbo refused to
pardon John Drown, has sunk into some
thing like forgctfulness in tho mind of tlio
public, bis late letter, moral in one, at
least, of it propositions and peculiar in
other., has roscued bim, if only tempora
rily, from that fornetfulness. Mr. Wise
proclaims that ho will not run as guber
natorial candldato of either or tbe political
partiBs of Virginia, but frankly owns that
he would like to bo gororncr of that state,
and just as frankly. otfns that ho stands a
good chnnco of being defeated if ho runs
in opposition to tho candidates cf both
parties ; ho bellevrs bowover that he could
dofoat the candidate of either, and there-
foro proposes that ono of tlio partius, ho is
not indifferent which, shall pracllco tho
pauivo policy in ordor to allow him to de
feat the other.
Mr. Wtio declare that If bo woro to
cbooso botwoin oithof of, tho political par
ties of the day, Ills choleo would fall upon
the dominant ono, which would certainly
not be inconsistent with lomo of blsthoo
rlcs as laid down in his letter. These
thoorics aro peculiar a coming from a
man who twenty year ago, was a Virginia
Democrat of the school of that day. llu
believes tbe national, government, having
been rcsponslbla for tho dlv.'ilou of tho
tat of Virginia, should now bo roiponsl
ble for it debt at that time: that the
stato' should take into it own hands tho
Insuranco business, and pay its dolts from
tho profits of tho business; that tho na
tional govornmont should butld tbe James
river and Kanawha canal '. and that the
legal ralo of interest should be rentrictod
to ill percent., and a (top bo put to froo
trndo In money. Why, with these paternal
theories of government, which aro radical
enough' to suit tho most radical, Mr.
Wise could not permit himself to run ns
the candidate of tho Republican party (if
they wished him to) bis letter docs not
We aro n Capt. Jack man. Wo aro
sure tie mould not tie nangoa, inui or
starved to deatb. lie was cruel, we know,
but he was Incited to cruelty by wrongs,
and ha 1 a brave as Julius Oiur Is re
ported to bavo bootu
A long editorial appeared In llio'Waiti-
ington Star' last Saturday afternoon, con
taining a strong appeal for this hero of the
Lava Heds. Tho article, tho telegraph in
forms us, Is lielievod to refloct tho sent!
monts of tho Indian bureau, and tbe points
contained in the editorial will bo urged in
Gtpt. Jack's favor at his trial bofore
tho military commission, and also beford
the president, In case Capt. Jack Is sen
tenced to death. After reciting at length
the htstory or the trouble botween tho
government and the Modoc, and the ef
forts on tho part of tho government to re
move nnd keop the Indians on
a certain reservation, tho writer ohargos
thafwullo the commissioner were nego
tiating for the peaceful transfer of the In
dians, propositions wore boing discussed
tno arrest ot Uapt. Jack and othor
vhiofii, and hold them at somo romote
point from their tribes until t hoy should
agree to have themsolves transferred, and
that Gen. Canby indorsed theso propo
sitions, but admitted that such would bo
considered, a breach of faith on tho part
of tbe elopartment. In nil his talks with
tbe Indian commissioners, Capt. Jack
maintained that bo was guldod by the ad
vlco of friends in Yraka, who advised bim
notto go on tho reservation.
Superintendent Addondas, in n letter to
the Indian depertment,dited December 23,
I have suilicicnt ovidinco to satisfy rno
there are a few men in YreWa, California,
tome sixty miles from Lost river, who
are to a great extont, If nor entirely, re
sponsible for the insubordination of Capt.
Jack's band and for the present troubln
with them. There are several letturs in
existence which go to show that those men
bavo persuaded them to remain on tho
roiorvatlon, making thorn believe they
could claim laud under tho pru-omption
law, If thoy would remain where they
were, but ir they wont to tho reservation
they would lose all right to it. It is my
experience that nino-tentbsof the troubles
with tho Indians or this superlntondoncy
is brongbt about by meddlesome whites
giving them Improiwr advice and ilosllnir
illicitly with them. b
The editorial concludes as follows:
This data prutonu thusu facts. First,
that Capt. Jack htid good reason to com
prehend treachery toward him by thu
white utllcials. ttocoud, that be whs
secretly instigated to the' courso that
brought him iu collision with thu govern
ment by these very white men or Yrukn,
wbo have, with Interested had Mtb, urged
on the cry for the extermination of the
Modocs, and who, 11 tho truth wero told,
very likely had a dlr:t hand in tho re
cent assassination of the Modoc prisoners,
4t myivmi uiai ueu, alloy, as long
February 18, indorsed a pfon for the
teizuruof Copt, .lack and other leading
Modoci, that he might admit the annuar.
ance of being a breach of faith on tho
part of the govornmont.
Commissioner Applegate, wbilo think-
ing me plan wormy ot serious ojnsldora
tlon, aim conceded that their arrwt would
no doubt be regarded by the Indians as an
act of treacbory on our part, and might
destroy their sontldence in tbe Indian do-
r,r.;!I1nt to a great extent. This fact, in-
uiu uug me j'ainguiart-OI mis troacDuroui
pian lor too seizure or tbe Modoo leaders
by Gen. Canby, was publlshod by order
of congress as long ago as June last. It is
more than probable Capt. Jack was
fully advised of It, and this knowledge
may have had something to do with bis
own deed of treachery towards Gen.
Our respocl fer a bravo and morltorious
crlcer must not blind us to the fact, also
as bas been stated, that at the very
time Gen. Canby was negotiating under a
llg of truce, he was bringing his men
Into position, and wat, in short, violating
ono of tbe best knnwrt and, most Impor.
tiva rules of honorable warfarethat for
bidding tbe pushmgBf military operations
under protection of, a flig of truce.
It will thu be, feen that while no
palliation Is afforded for Capt. Jack' mur
derous deeds, somo cause can be given for
them short of pure treaoboroti "cussed
ness." 15 TO 820
Fer day, Agents wanted I All classes of
working pcojile, oftlthcr sex, young or old,
make more money at work for u In their
snare moments, or all tbe time, than at any
tiung else. Particular tree, Andres J
kMJ OIWiOB 4b Co., Portlaod.Malne,
Our Home AdVoriii&rf .
WIN) AMI MUOUHa). .
R. 18MYTH & CO.,
1 1 eete i i e
Alio, kfp ennHsntl on hnd a most com
pUU stock of
(ootch avd isjsn tthirkik
-a iv Bi
Fort, Madorla, Sbnrry and Calawba Wlno
11. Smith ti Co. aro aUo nuentn lor !pf n-
cer, JlcKny AC'o.'n I'lttM.ursr nlc,ollilih
large stock Is kept constantly on hand at
11YLAND & SAUKU,
AND DBALKKS IK
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
m OK KVUtlY l)KSCllll"'10N,
Corner 10th street and Commercial nVcnu
next door to tho Uyland xMoon,
11-10 if. CAIRO. ILLS.
JACOJ1 WALT Kit,
AND DRALKR IN
Eionin Strert, Hstwkkx Wasiiikoios
AKD COMMIHCIAL AvBNUXA,
AiIjnlBtnsr Rl'Senbone start llrtnny 'a
Krep the brt or Dtr, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb. Suae. eK.. -ml are Drcoarci 10 mi
eltitnns In tbe moat aecaiitahl munnxr,
(Successor to .lamm KyuaMon,)
BcTcnrn and DK.ti.Rn iv ali. Kimdr or
ConNBit NDKTBifnt anii 1'oplau 9
Huy nnd slaughtcra only the beet cattle,
hogs ann theep, ami is iircpitred to fill any
demand for fresh meat from onn pound to
ten thousand pound.
SAMUEL 1 WHKKLKlt,
ATTOKNilV & C0UNSKL0R AT LAW
OtHcc over. First National bank. :t-Ui3m
WILLIAM, .T. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oilier ovor Kirt National hank. :M0-3m
John II. Mulkey. Willam C. -Mulkey.
MULlvEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office, rear rooms oyer Hannon'H book
NO. 124 COMMX.nCIAI. AVKUUr,
Uotwcen Seventh and Eighth ttrceK
GHEEN & OILMKHT, '
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.tlrcf 11,
wiinam ii (JUDtrt
Miles F. Oliver t,
WBpMia. ntuntion gitn to Admlialtv sail
OFTtOK OHIO LKVK8, UOOUB 7 AHD 8 OVKH
OITT KATrONAL 11AVK.
JAMES II. SMITH,
ATTOKIfcTIEJ-Sr .A.T L v. V
llKAL ETATE AOENT.
Will huy and h'II all kind of real cHato,
pay taxes, rent houscD, make collections and
MONEY TO LOAN.
$20,(100 In sunn of f.'0O to 82.000 on Im
proved real estate security In Cairo.
,i J,MC, maniilacturlng . establishments
IwellliiL'tiniKi rurnltiire. Hulls and enruoes
limired atrewonablo rates In tlrfct-cliiw com
No. M Ohio Levi?:,
OAlitO AND PADUfc'AlY'
Tb rpleidld uarar
Diob Fowleh, Captain
Loaves Cairo DAILY, (8undy excepted) at
4 p.m l'Or frelirht nnaiuiirninnlirnnYv... ...
tO J. Mi, IHII V Ktr't
CAIRO CITY COAL
I preparail to snpplr n'iiamr with ib
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS5
ORDCB8 left at Halllday Bros, offlce, 7
uaw M,u,iu h wi vw.u inuw ine
BU Charles HoUl, will reoelv prompt atten
Hoc Tba Tlo ''Momtaux" will bnog ooa
'P.t K.HBBAN CsT. fit
TKUTONIjii L I F E iNaURANOB
OF OHIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
CaKt'L.OrrioK, 172 WiiuikotokSt.
This German Lite Insurance Company
gnarantec not only I'ald-up Toliclee but
also a Value In Cash on tho Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. BUCK, . - - Fiosldent
U.KNOUF.LSDOitF, . - tjecretary
JOHN W. I'JUrEsa,
Azent for Cairo and vicinity.
K ISM Alt K BUND.
BKCTlON NO. 47.
Asaoctatlon for Dromotlne Life lnttiranrii
and Hick ltellef by weekly due and mutual
co-operation In object of public benefit.
i nc 1.110 insurance roiicic will be Issued
y tne i etitonia Lire insuranco Company.
II. MEYERS, President
JOriN W.l'RUKSS, Ao't.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S TJ 12 A HT O E
VIAOARA, X. Y.,
Atl. ............ . fl,l),2IO
OXBMANIA, JT. V.,
Aiti... ....,........ ...l,W,7l Tt
Aosrts ... .,... Tie V.2 ("
Aff U. ........ 7M,il IK'
ComprllB(t the Undorwrltfrs' Ann;.
TONKBR0, V. Y.,
"l- ....8TS 4S4
flBBkKS'B FUND, B. F,,
8BUUB1TY, K. Y.-
HtorfM, DvatlloKr, Furnltorr, Hull anil Oar
', lOBurw ai raia iu laTnraDiaaa seuul, ptr
loaneot useurltr will warrant.
1 raapeuiiiinv aia or tna cltlssnsoi c.
W. II. Jlomi,
No. Pnb. -! 11. H. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVESTOCK
X 3 XT 33i -A. XT CT03.
NORTH AMERICA. PA.,
AneU .I3JSJ.(100 CO
( - -....12.84 1.StO T'i
AtasU ... lM,tn
lllfilMMMH)(NtlSIl)lllllIIIINIStlH .8lfl3,S7S 43
AMERICAN CENTRA 1 MO.,
CON.NECTIODT MUTUAL. LIFE.
AMOta 130,000,000 CO
TRAVF.LEI13', HARTFORU, LIKE AMD
Aiast - - .........!, WO.OM V
IIAILVAY PAfBKNOERS A'flUKANOK
CO., HARTFORD, '
All I 500.000 00
A"(?l 1(90.893 00
BAFFORD, MORRIS &OANDKE,
71 Ohio lwf.
II. A.TItomi L. I). Thomu
T1TOMS & BROTHER,
Sueccsof. to Ii. II. Hulon,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DKALBRS IN
NtnplA nnd Vmuvy Crnrerit-e,
Foreign and Domestic
1!M Commercial Avenue,
. CAIRO, . ILLINOIS.
(Successor to H. Thlclecke.)
Dent, r In All Klucla
1IETWF.KN TXNTII ANP BLBNRNTH 8TBKKT8
Havlne purchased the crocerv establish.
racnt ol U. Thieleeke. I shall alw
Thieleeke. I ahall nlivaTM liun
on hand a full and fresh supply of all the
bett iroods In mv line, to he foiiml in ti.
market. Hy strict attention to buslue,
and fair dealing, t hope not only to retnln
all the citMom tho place has enjoyed In the
paiit, but to add to the list nntuy new pa
trons. Askiug a fair h.iro of public patron
ag'". Kspeetflll)y. flBRMAX SCHMBTZ8TORFF
Liverpool Kew.Tork ah4 rhllaiUlphi
riota coaratcr wita vtmo statis aid ssitub
For OarrylDK the Mail
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcetnsa iirosatTio
1PPLY TO JOHN O. DALB, Aot
It Broadway, Nsw.Tori, or to
VTaahlacloM Avano fWuro. Itllneis.
MR. 31 AX ROLLER,
11 A.2STO TTJZSTEI?,
Will only remain Jn,ihlfcjiiayOBB wart
longer, nd retpeotfully rqueu that order
UodVrMVo?i:, TO " -Mt"
JohnqillartMu. . , Cha.Thrupp.
JOHK Q. HARMAN ft CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Ifortts Cr. elUs at. mmi OhU Lra
Offer for sale at ln(v nenrp anrl enkv terms
tho following real estate :
No 1 An elegant cottage, corner Twelfth
and Locust street, l27and8,b 1, third ad.
iMia kiiuid Kiauc, u 101a in u 4, in wnai is
known as tlu "Kldgo Block:" those lots run
through the block from filtcentb to six
tueiitli strecU, and tbe best residence prop
erty In tho city adjolnlug property highly
No 2 Lots 3 am
avenue, between '
2-LoU3.and 4, b 4r, city, Wajlilneton
avenue, between Thirteenth ami Fourtct nth
ktreet. west side. Oood two-story building
on each lot
No3 AIo, vacant lot 5 and 6, adjoining
iiiu nuuve. 1. 01 if, u xi, city,
on Sixth street, south side,
between Commercial and WaMhlnuton ave.
nucs, will be Hold in tracts to suit purchaser,
ery low and oncasv terms.
o 4 Lots 7 and 6, bus. corner ot Four
teenth and l'oplar. street, front on Poplar
eet. weit ldc. opposite post-office block.
i.o O Splendid business bulldlug, reil
nee lu second story, 0 rooms, hall and
front aud rear stairway, water on both floors,
in iiumuer ono couuiiiout auuaieu on north
wesi corner ui (commercial avenue anil
Twelltb street. A great bargain If sold
No 0 Lots 7 and 8, b 40, 1st ad, small
house and stable on Iota, lilKh ground, cor
ner j-ojuar anu i ivcnij-olHiuu street.
Price fjoo, one-hall cash.
No 7 t and new cottage in No 1 order,
hall, three rooms and kitchen, on Tvventv-
tirst ftlrcct. Two aplcndld lots in court-
uouc nioeK on 1'otilar street corner.
No -Two eri desirable butlnee houes
and two tot, on sixth street between Com
mereial and WaihliiL'ton avenues, will he
sold at terms to pity purchaser reutal of 'Ji
per cent cn investment
No U-Six lota In b 20, 1st nd. lllti
urolliiil. SiOOcach on easy tiavincntt.
Ho 10 A wclMinproved (arm on the !!
stsippi in uioun, b mile below Cairo.
'ilo acres, a larire uortlon under cultivattun.
Ilrft-clahs dwelling house, barns and out
building'. Will be sold very low or ex
changed lor Improved Cairo property. A'
treat uarraln can be Ii.kI bv annlvlili anon.
t hi property Is worthy tlio examination of
person who uesirv to engage in farm
till;, as ll certainly Is one or the most fertile
anu prodiicthe tract or land iu tho conn
No.ll A splendid two-story residence on
north cast corner of Walnut and Mntli
streets, with two lots very desirable proti
Ho 12 Lot 18 and 10, b 70 south side ol
Twcnty-llrst street, opposite "Convent
uiocK "very desirable lor residence pur
No 13 A well imnroved farm of 240 acres
CO acres under cultivation: hoiiH'sand barn
good orchard, bearing trees; running water
through farm above overflow. One quarter
nine iroru nation anu ucpoi oi lairo S St.
Louis railroad. Will bo notd on easy terms
tor vizi per acre.
A FINB CHANCE FOlt INVESTMENT.
In addition to tho loretrolm: we olfer for
.Mie, or lease, a urxe numuer ot vacant lots
in uuiercnt parts ot the city, embracing .So
I nutlneaa aud res denco nrotiertv.
In unimproved laud, we have for sale
over m.i w acres in Alexander ana rulaikl
counties, at prices ranging from ti to f la
per acre, and are prepared to oner induce
menu to purchaser mat cannot be equalled
In Colorado. Texas or anv other Dlaee or bv
"any other man." A largo amount ol lands of
ine very ocu quality, in Alexander and ru
Uskl counties, belonelnc to the Illinois Cen
tral lUllr. ait company, tor the sale of which
we are tne agents, win be Mld very low anil
on such easy terms that a person ot Industri
ous habits, with a very small sum ol ready
money, can iu a few year become the
owner of a productive larm. We have
Plata and descriptions of all lands offered
for sale and will take pleasure in showing;
purchaser the property.
Title to all lamia
sold by us guaranteed, and shown from the
patentee wnen required byabttracu.
Ply to JOUN O. UABMAN ft CO..
Cor. Sixth and Levee su., Cairo, Ills.
June 7, 1873.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (MCOifD FL00B) OHIO LBTBB,
Bcr and Sill Rial Ebtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OK T1TLB
And prepare Ooavayaiio of Kisitt '
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
H WAsTrESN, Vroprlelor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POST
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on stiortest notice.
Commercial avonue, between Tenth and
Near Twctty-sixth Street,
uuio Lkvkb, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kind of Lumber, iiiv. ii...
of the city free ot charge.
Cornor Twelfth suoet and Washington Av
J C. HUELS,
(Late or St. Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOB
with ni&,(. ? 5? very dewriptlon don.
S?i7? ne,t0l ?d d spatch. All kinds f
-?. rpCBtl Books. ktm L.W ata I
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FJOUR;
And tsi r
OHIO BtYBB ANU BaSAITHA
70 Ohio Lbvrk,
Cat bo. Illiboi.
COFFEY, PACE k CO.,
A ! I
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
MILLER k PARKER
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOENTS fob FAIRDANK'S SCALES
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limb, Cbmxst, Plaitkb, Hatb, Ktc.
Iu u&i o r.n Tfia.
t3Tl will sell In car load lots at manulac
turera prices, adding freight. 4-S-tl
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission
iW Liberal Adtaneeraeute made m1w
SB open OoDslfnmente.
Are preparad to reeelve, store aad forward
freight to all palate and buy and
ell on eommlssloB,
rBulp aitanded to prnmptlr:
S. D. Aybro.
K. J. AYBR
AYERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 76 Ohio Lbvxb, Oaibo. Ills.
WOOD WTTENHOUS"! & BRO
GjuoraJ CorumlseioD Maroban'
tl OHIO LEVEK,
PE T E K
O U U L,
M0 If. OAIIO, ILUIfOXf.
Our Homo Advortiwn.
H4NIT AJfl 'MOM
And buy your
BOOT8 AND 8KOHS
Kor. Tersttt otreNet sssl ConsmarrUI A
1 am now prepared to manufacture al
spring ttyles. such aa patebtleather, morroeo
buck and call-skin boots, shoes, wllb box
toes, cork and pump soles Beoioli bottoms,
and bevel edge or any other tylb you wish.
I am also inantiracturfng an extra quality
of ladlei.' shoe. My material and work
manship are Warranted to be ol the bcU 1
am determined to not be undersold lor tho
same quality of good.
ItepaJring done neatly and on bort
nollc U. .JONBH.
NEW HOOT AND SllOK STORE
At Ita ) ortbe B)K MSOT.
CORXBR Or SBVBiCTn StBIBTAiltiWAait
CM 110, ILLINOIS,
Where I Invite all the cltl2ns of Cairo
and urroundlng country to call and e ll
hiiuuiiiiihk country 10 call and e II
annot save money, as I will sell vry
I navr adopted the old motto, The
le Fenny Is Hotter thin the Slow six-
ucj cauuoi parr money
IOW. I 1
penc: s-s MAraoN
for rtevntla anrl tjl sr lie..
Informs the publle that he hasemracen the
service of a Firt-cla Wairon makerand
also a Flrst-claas Uorse sboer and Is ready
to manufacture and epairall kind of work
In this trade with npalr and dispatch,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIXTWBBB WASH'S A.TBBCB ATfD WALSU1
Dr. B. T. rislds tafortas tae pnblla that ka tia
on the oorthwaat side ofTeath street as aaa
Hie H'ablas wUl b farBlaned with nea bat lh,
AND GOOD VEHICLE.
and tbe publle may be accommodated at al
hour of tbe day and night with safe teams
on the lowest term.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealint
and strict atteution to bus)
NEW YORK STOifE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAB0BBT TABIBTT (TOOK IK TBI OITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corsivr r BlaetMBtli etrtMt u Vmm
C. O. PAT1KI.
WAO . MANUF ACTOR?
For Sale at Wholestlo or ReUil.
OORR1B 32D-8TRBBT AKD OHIO LIT IT
BEMIS, BROWN & CO.,
Aokkts Home Cotton Mills
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, III.
WARD k ROBERTS,
Dbaleb i.h Window Shades,
Wall Pates, Pobb White
Lead, Lihbbed Oil
SriBITI TCBTBHTIXE, GLUE
StiELLAc, Alcohol, Etc., Etc.
Washington avenue and Eleventb street,
Caibo, ... Illim oi
C. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Dry
Goods and Carpets as exten
sive as any in the Southwest,
and that ho is determined to
sell every article at price
lower than the lowest. Cal
on him to-day and examine
goods and prices. Jio will
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