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THE OAiRQ DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1872.
JOHN H OllEKLiT, Billlor and Publlaner,
Friday, - -
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n week, br currier,
in month, by M" -
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DOLLAR WIIKtT BULLKTIX.
. ... it. nberlr A Co. have reduced th ml
V .... t Ik. f1. I . lli.tlj.lln If,
WB,t. Idea, amorcm. However tl.li "I l.alnt got no homo," ho an
, . "4 ... . i iworcd. "Got no homo?" alio ropoatod,
may be, thoro UonUact which cannot be .t.nAn i, . . v
conlrovcrlod. Tho woman whoglvcihor- ,niirin ,al(1 ho cmny nilecteil : " I.
Apbii If, 1872. 'c,fnn 101,10 ,nfluonco of cr,", of nny bonrd." Tho sweet, nd faro of tho lady
sort, U coldor, cruciior in n euuucmy uisappcnrcu ocncnm mo gossa-
commhston, nrid more utterly ncr mm or Iter M.-Vanbury Acws.
oblivion, of nil moral contcqiionccj of her Tho UiiIvomoI Exhibition which U
wlckcdnoa. thnn man, nnd tho moro ho to UVoplnco in Vienna In 1873 l already
cllncs to her homo, tho natural tphero of I bcelnnlne to nttract attention. It Is to
hor affections and hor diitlos-llio moro sho h undor tlio apodal patronago of hU
.... , .1 .1 . . ... Majesty, tho Emperor of Austr In, and U
cu I vales and practlcos tho virtues of tho , .J ' 1 . .. ... ,
I Intended to roprosont tho prcsont rtato of
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&um.m.kln7ttth.chptr- domestic woman, tho 1 apt sho Is to modorn cvlZatlon, tho ontlro sphoro of
pernnMltned " Southern llilnoli. commit olthor ouUbrcaklng or vonlal of- national economy, and to dovolop art, In-
, fences, and tho moro ho approximates tho dustrlal cnterprlso and Intellectual ad
W I ' ' ' I . l.til.!. ...111 ...
fin int may TttKt. norfecllv easy as
i-.-u i rritnv .itrk nni.U- ami. Meal which all men lovo to cntortnln
mu i;uiuri:u iruuj'o. i 1 i
In tholr resolutions at their late conven- hor
tlon at Now Orlontif, plastorcd him with
flattery several coals deep.
Tiik newly klrctkd MATOK of Mil
waukee, claimed by tho republicans as
one of that party, signalized his sympa
thy with tho llboral movomont by mak
ing his appointments from tho best men of
GOVEltNOlt PALMER'S LAST STEP
Gov. Pulmor liciilatcd a long tlmo bc-
vancoment. Tho exhibition will open on
tho Is', or May, 1871, In buildings spe
cially prepared for tho occasion In tho Im
perial Park, which ha so long boon an
nttrncllvo fcaturo of Iho Austrian capital.
ovldcnco of Intelligence. It takes fowl In
tho usual manner, having had its first
teeth cut, which havo boon succeeded by
others. Its health has gonorally boon
BOtHl.nlul exhibit Its plnyfulnmasclilldren
gcnonlly do when in health, nnd yet It is
as helpless as a child two days old. Tho
parents, Jame nnd Jano Powell, aro aged
about forty years, and no causo has or cnii
bo assigned by them for this ttrango phe
nomenon, unloss it could bo traced to Iho
small-pox, which tho mother had during
the period of gostatioti. Tho parents havo
frequently boon asked to permit the child
to bo exhibited, but havo refused all such
Our Homo Advertisers.
tarA Hostoti girl bolng asked if sho
foroho took his placo In tho ranks of tho 1 jmj (, onco ,ocn engaged' to "a party
llboral republicans, llo had, It I true, by the namo of ' Jackson, wno was ni wio
olten openly and In 'n manner as bold as it a"nru ' ' B-J
1 J 11,1. ii T rnmntnlier tho c rcutllitanco
was ablo declared his devotion to every bul , nm not rcrlnn nbout t10
prlnclplo which tho liborals aro now mak- nnm0n
ini prominent In their well-considorod
IUv-StuaiitIUmiinhon, of Louisville, movement; but, being a gentleman who ; ' tsi I.m .1. . on tho 10th
has commenced a suit against tho Mis. I very anxious to know that lio Is right of juno noxt) nn incident of which will
souri 'Democrat' for publishing tho ro- beforo ho goes ahead nnd takos a stop j,0 n excursion to Denver City, to sco
port In regard to tho alleged connection which may doprlvo him of tho ability to tho successful working of tho Donvor and
of Mr. Robinson with tho sending north 1 1,0 n power in tho politics of tho country, Uio Urando railroad.
of Inrectod clothing tlurmg tlio war. ll0 hesftntod to step from tho ranks of tlio ngj-Pcrsonj who aro accustmnod to uso
,, ,,, republican parly and dcclaro his sympa- lea leaves for iwocping carpets, and And
A iiill ha. passed both branches of he lQ l)ml tlloy loavo .tain, will do well to em-
XU.li.lpp legislature providing for ho p, t , t eraS8 for provot ng dust,
surrey of tho boundary lino between that ""'i-"" 1 . . and ulvo tho carpot a very bright, fresh
commonwealth and Tennessee, and partic cou,ury "om 1,10 ou,um i" iook.
nnd dangerous usurpations oi ino inon i
, who havo lately controlled H, and, with THE LATLbT KBWb,
Insulting portlnucity abused, villified and Davls county, Iowa, has over CO miles
politically anathematized every mombor I 0f railroad, whllo 48 months ago it had
who has had tho courago to protest I only three-fourths of ono mile.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(Hiiccc;nrs to K H. Uondrlckn i Co.,)
Forwnrding and Commission
tilarly that portion of tho lino in dispute
between Shelby county, Tennessee, nnd
DeSoto county, Mississippi.
Tiik Cincinnati 'Enquiueu' says:
"Wo sinceroly Vclicvo that If either
against their abuses. Hut, at last, tho
'Chnrlcs Francis Adams of Massachusetts, governor has taken tho final step, ani
Lyman Trumbull of Illinois, or Salmon now stands with thoso mon of tho ropub
Tho first democratic meeting over
hold in Utah was held in that city on tho
Oth inst. Hotli political parties aro now
organized in that territory,
Dr. Josoph Dwongor, who was con-
socratod bishop of Fort "Wayne at Clncln-
.r.Cbasols nominated for president by lican party who havo broken from tho
'tho Cincinnati convention, this city would partisan Bhamblos and raised tho standard
reject Grant by at loast ton thousand of reform, shouting for local government natj on Sunday, u 35 years old and is tho
votes, llo would not carry a ward." and protesting against the powor-ausora- youngest man wearing tlio mltro In this
inc process which Is going on nt wash- country
The counter charges of corruption i.,lnn Tho International Typographical
aBarnt BcW and Trumbull, made by 1 ltl lho nuw r,oUUcat fellowship ho has u"io ,nool on Uo third or Juno tn mo
, ... .. .i..i I lmll nf lin hmiin nf dnloi'titPH at utchmonu.
tno aomtmstrauon party, .noWsu.D sunns fomcd Oov. PaW wU fccl moro ftt ' T. . .,,
to which rnuicniism .surniii.g. xiio ,., .,, hn .,... ,,... UlQ rcnub. I . . .,...- . ,.. ... ,
i - - a l us iuu uvnuuuunvio ui uviv(,uivr unu
charges against irumuuuwcrosuusucio- .. , . ns,,l0 wng a democrat; arranccments aro belnts made for tho
rlly nnsworcdnt tho timo they were made, lnJi w1lu0 jl0 aclca with the republican I Ppcr recoptlon of tho members of tho
nnd mstcad of Schurz being round t lU,10I. wtnklng at or weakly apolo- un,on-
to bo a defaulter to tho government, It is , , fl)r it. .i,ortcomtiics. ho could not Monday was observed in Canada as
proved that tho latter is indebted to I i8l llm ls0 to occa8iollay 8pCftk lnkiglvlng day for tho recovery of the
a'.i,..'.. t M...M- . Ti.J ...I ... .. . . . . pnnco of Wales. Services wore held in
with his old democratic voice ami snout lho cUur(.i,0S j R ti,0 cltic8) towns, and
tho old cries of stalo rights, forgetting not villages by largo congregations, who man
to protost, after tho most approved man- ifested groat enthusiasm. Tho national
anthem was sung In all tlio churches.
A shoomakor named Nichols, who re
Schurz in a considerable amount. Tho
president's party will have to try again-
Sxcbxtabv Kohkso.v is an expert in
thoso " ways " of official corruption which
aro "dark," and in tho "tricks which aro
vain." Pending tho commencement of
tho Investigation, by a friendly commit
tee, of tho charges against his honesty,
made by Dana of lho JJow York 'Sun,'
ho had frcndi of Ills who manipulated tho
associated press telegrams in his interest'
and "fixed" tho Now York press.
Even tho paper of Honest lloraco was in
duced to enter into tho whitewashing bus
iness. Hut the effort of tho secretary will
bo of no avail. Ho is to-day condemned
by public opinion, and will hereafter bo
pointed at as a dishonest official who was
caught in tho act.
It is a note worthy fact that tho number of
women now on trial or under arrest, on
tho chargo of tho murder of husbands,
children, or persons sustaining other rota
tions in llfo to them, is so largo as to excite
unusual attention from lho public. Tho
lately developed fomlnlno disposition to
take human life is not con II nod to any ono
locality, but appears to bo equally distrib
uted throughout tho country. In tho cast,
ore 3frs. Wharton, Jlrs.Shcrman and Mrs,
Hyde, in tho west Mrs. Fair. In Canada,
a woman is under sentence of dcuth for
murder, and it lias just transpired that in
Leesburg, Virginia, "a respoctablo lady'
Is strongly suspected of having poisoned
her husband, four childron and an elderly
female relative In most of thoso cases, tho
criminals are not found in tho vicious
walks of life, fitted for their crimes by long
familiarity with vico. They nro cither
women surrounded with plonly and sup
posed to bo abovo oven tlio common tomp
tatlons which besot humanity, or if not of
the refined and cultivated ordore, aro
or thut larger class always spoken of as
respectable, and in vlilch aro generally
found klho most sterling virtues which
grace the human character. Tho motives
which induced tho women wo have named
to commit tho fatal crimes of which they
are either suspected or convicted, aro us
diverged a. their clrcmmtancc. and
allow a peculiarity of muidcr when or.
pctratcd by a woman seldom attaelilnK to
iuU .uiuu enmo wiicn committed by a
wan. In not a single IniUnco, unless wo
except that of Mrs. Fulr, and this u a very
uououui one, tins tho victim or victims of
the female murderer been deprived of llfo
rrom the effects of her blind or infuriated
" pftssion. On tho contrary, the fatal deed
' jfj, been contemplated beforo hand for
the attainment of a settled purpose, and I
w'0V.2S.mal011 'n&cool. calculating and ut
tcrly dUpas.loiittto manner, as repulsive
ineatca men. .noruoet tlio murder
es, in tho several relations of llfo, appca
to bo wanting in any of (bo natural affec
tlons, not oven, prior to tho act, In that ono
whlth her own cold cruelty sovcrs. Thoro
,0y. perhaps, bo no occult reason for tho
unusual prevalence among women of tlio
worst of crlmM. u ,, lI)0 culofn ,a(ey lo
trace up every error of the sex to tho noxl.
Jou. Influence of the tp,ead of women's
ncr of democratic statesmon, against tho
dangerous usurpations of powor by tho
central government. No man can long
advocate these doctrines, nnd desiro an
honest administration of tlio affairs of lho
public, and romnin out of democratic fel
Wo do not say that such a man cannot
remain out of tho democratic party, bo-
cauBO it has been projudico against that
party which has kept such men so long in
tho republican party j but wo do say, such
a mnn cannot remain long out of demo
cratic fellowship. Heretofore, siuco tho
war, tho policy of tho leaders of tho demo
cratic party has been to rcpulso tho ad
vances of inon liko Palmer; but, this pol
icy has been abandoned in tho faco of re
peated defeat, nnd tho Old Ilourbons
havo cither taken back seats or now speak
with tho most dovo-llko voices, coolngly
expressing a willingness to associate with
lho democrats, who, in 18li8, wished
to make thorn wlso unto political enlva
lion, and ovon with llboral republicans
to, in fact, follow after tho liberals nnd
fight and livu or dio witli them. This is,
in our estimation, nn expression of wiIHiil'
ness on tho part of democrats to abandon
their political organization, and, if tlio
Cincinnati convention shall act wisely,
they will do so, and after its adjournment
tho democrats will swing in solid column
into tlio liberal ranks, nnd with thoso
friends of democratic principles pros on to
victory. In this now party tlio demo
cratic roso called by another nnmo but
with the samo odor Gov. Pulmor will bo
no mean porsonngo. IIo will stand closo
to tho 1'cad of the column and wear tho
insignia of authority.
Liberal Adrancei mi
Aro prepared lo rcccirc, ilore ant orwnrd
iruiguiH iu an poimsanu uujr itbu
sell on commlsilon.
srDtnlnexn ntlfnttl In promptly
MILLER & PAltKEH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Lkvkb, OAIKO, ILLS.
STRATTON & BIRD.
(Successor toHtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
67 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
D.Z. MAT11UM. C. C. UUt,
MATHUSS & "DHL,
I1AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 64 OHIO I.EVEK,
BQJuTho sea-serpent has turned up in
Tonncssee, and is thus described by the
Uolivnr 'Bulletin:' "Last Saturday,
Sunday nnd Monday a strnngo and tin-
nown animal, Qsh or reptile, was seen
Horse-Shoo pond. Its head was as
arge us a wator-buckot, in shape- similar
to that of a dog, and tlio monster's body
was tally eight feet long, and appeared in
body m laryu rtn a man. It wus shot nt
onco by Mr.Charllo May, an nttucho of
tins omce, who, in company with Capt.
wirBo ji. i.urwiu, i,uil protty 00tj
view oi its head and a portion of its back.
It moved rapidly, und ut regular intor-
vais rwoio uio surrucu of tha lake und
lashed tho water with great fury, making
a nolio as though a heavy rock had fallon
into tho lako from a great hoicht. Tim
monitor came into tho lako from thn vu.-
late Saturday evening while a purfuct
Hood or water was pouring over tlio bonks
Whut it is wo know not, but never, In nil
our oxpenunco in tho woods or uloi,g tho
lakes and woter-courscs of tlio South ami
Southwest, havo wo ever heard anything
ir. inoicnii acgroo similar to it."
t3f"A nuwlady In town was attracted,
u..ujr uvuiiing, uy a llttlo boy on tho
stroet. llo was a bright llttlo follow, bul
was suauuy uresseu, and had uu amioar,
anco of bolng better acquainted with the
shades than tho lights of this world
' Wuero is your home, my llttlo son V" she
sided with his family on Maiden Hill,
suburb of London, on Tuesday murdered
all his children, four in number, and then
committed suicide. It is not known what
promptod tho man to commit this torriblo
act, though it is hollo vod ho was iusano.
Advices from Mackinac to April 4th,
report the ico unusually thick and cov
ered with quitoa depth of snow. Thoro
hud been no warm weather to effect it in
tho least. A letter from Green Buy states
that tho ico is broken up as far down as tho
light houso. Tlio bark Flying Mist, froz
en in last full near Tail Point, is looso and
swinging at hor anchors. Tlio ico below
Menomonco has become so soft that tho
stago company havo abandoned it with
their stages north.
Early on Monday morning, tlio
steamer Leslio Coombs struck on a rock ut
Dog Crcok, in tlio Kentucky river, about
ICO milos ubovo Frankfort, and stove a
holo in her bottom, capsized, and sunk in
30 feet of wutor. Her officers nnd crow
wcro saved except Henry Lockhard, tho
colored cook, who was drowned. Tlio
bor.t was cngugod in towing for tho Kcd
River Iron company, and was owned by
Capt. Shepherd and his father, of Ironton,
0. She was valued at$l,00(J; no insur
ance; nearly u total loss.
Tho marriage of Marquis Buto to tho
daughter of Lord Howard took placo on
Tuesday morning, at tho lloman Catholic
Oratory at Bromplon. Tho ceremonies
wero witnossed by n great crowd. Baron
ess Burdotto, tlio Countess and Duchess of
Argylo, Huron Rothschild, tlio Duko of
Norfolk and many other noble personages
woro presontod to tho newly married
couplo. Among tho many presents sont
to tho bride was n sot of cameo bracelets
from tho Pope.
siik itErupi atj:s false iiajr.
Madumo Thoirs boinir tho sulf.conrtltu-
ted nrbitrcss of fashion for republican
Paris, sho seU her fuco determinedly
against fulao hair, and insists that tho fair
of Pans, shall wear tho looks which nit-
turo has given thorn, and not bo indebted
to dirty peasant girls and decayed corpses
ior iiieir uuurniiieni. xno woman who
prosonts hornolf at her receptions with an
elaborate eotffurt of pull's, fiissottcs und
curls, is sure to bo coldly recolved. A
crusade ugalnst fulso hair it Madnme'sono
idea, says indignant Paris, film hopes to
create a revolution in tills fashion In yarU,
nnd so throughout tho world, nnd appear
in history hereafter at tho women who
did away with falso hair. Tho old regimo
havo set thomsolvcs in opposition to this
whim of tho presldont'b wife, tlloy will
not wear tholr coiffures as sho wishes, but.
on tho contrary, build them up to suit
iiicmsoivcs, aim uouanuy go against nil
tho Prosidontoss' reforms in dress, shrug
ging tholr shoulders and smiling with In-
1,1V.. 1.1,. .41. .1..!.. .. ,!... .,., ! U,.
. uittmui wjiuii biiu ,9 Diuiuu ut.
,1. . . .. ' 'm. . . .
war oi tuo nair riigos. 'Aiir kronen
imir uromors throw up tholr oyos nnd ux?
claim "m0 )!e.. ln tho ,nJ,t pttt10l0
toucH, when they soo ono of thoso ropubll-
l!l !,'J',!"'1,ll,,l,"t tllu Kmpiro when
lH,.ri"'r,0d.f81cc, c.". "'KM' Inventing
coillures for Kugenlo balls.
AUOrilBIl 1IAI1V MONhTllosirv.
Tho Shelby (0.) Kows' ssys : There
oxl.ts about throo and a lmlf miles north
ui diiui.u, Liiiiusiiy aiuiosi us Krcat us
tlio double child of Morrow county. It u
a child about eight years old, tho body of
which has never grown, and its head only
tlio first year nftor birth. The head, how
over, is very largo, weighing much moro
than its body perhaps twenty-llvo pounds
alone. It ounnot wnlk.or ppcak, but gives
G. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 78 Oblo IVevee,
arSpcclal attention nixen to comtignmeti
St. Louis Advertisements. I Our Home Advertisers
M'COHMICK UTON. Ag'ta. ,r
CLOSE & VINCENT.
Cement, Plabtkr Pabis,
Corner Elsrktb Ntrcet mid Oblo f.rvr
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
FOR SPUING OF 1872.
HAS 1IKKN, AND OO.VE A.NI) DO.VK IT AGAIN 1
UHlugtolilH large sale ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
lip (omul it nocoKHnrv to nwn rlxlttha Enntern
Market and will ru.lijrn witliin fw day with a
IjanJsojno nloiX t
HowIhIioi to call the allcntlon of niiyrrs tohla
i cry complete, lurnu and carefully selected
STOOK OUT1 G-OOIDS
Ilia goods can not he surpnsued, and he
eoliclta a coiiipariion of
O-OODS AND PBIOES
Willi thoioof any home which you have been ac
ciutoineil lo deal Willi.
Hi; stock will remind of
IKIN1I I'Ol'LINN, NII.KM, Vt.AU)H,
HCPPN AND 1II.ACU AI.VAVAN,
And all other sorts of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
He lo keeps n largo atocli o I.acei. Trim
inlnK KmlirolUerlea, a reat uriety or BliawU,
JJIotlis and Casimeres
-A.U? LOW FIGURES.
'Healso keei Hvsrlctv of ladles' and chlld'en'a
nhocH and cloihlng ol all alien and prices.
tstoukfnll ann ponietoall lliruiiuli. Cull and
examine, lor it will pay.
a-iotr j. nunoEtt.
RATCIIELOR'S HAIR DYE.
Tina superb lialrdye la the Imal In the world
perfectly hirmlem, rJloliie and lontantaneoua.
No illnuppbliilinriit. The e ni.une W. A. Ilatche.
lor'u Hair llyo produce; mmcilately a natursl
Mack or Wown. Does pot stain h skin but
li'avea Hie hair clean, soft nnd bnfcUtlful. The
only 'e ,,) ,l(.,fect ii,ir Uyo. Bold by ill Uru
Kl.U. Kact.ry,loBond8t.,N. '.
' ' ' 2 ..- . r.! .
ir . .j . V .
v in' ,-.
'n iwtl t&u iia in i
MANN & LTBBY,
North Fourth Street,
FRESH AND NEW
Oar Prlrcw aire Low !
MANN & LIBBY,
North Fourth Street,
Call and Examino
goods and pricks,
Sknd ron Sa'JI'I.k
MANN & LIB1JY,
North Fourth Street,
P. G. Sciiuh.
Our Homo Advertisers.
WOOD I WOOD!! WOOD 1
The undertiftn! will filrnl.h V
HAUU AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II aol Cheaper
han any woou ueaif r in Cairo. Leare order
. t. .lain. I I , A I'll . f I. HI I
i .c " oj i n nmr coal
ard. on Commercial arenne, between Tenih and
twelfth Mreel. Cairo, llhnolt, I kTr good
mPHiirv pru win uuru mo wood up ir neairiHl.
iiH''-tl IIKNNIH IIAI.KT.
(tildcr, Uhi.ctorcr, Vrarniglicr and
lMincv Japor Hanger, Mattress
Making and Repairing.
ah work eniruated to hla caro will recelre
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Itetwetn Waihlngton areaue and Poplar ntrcet
(Hucceator to P. Kaup.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
fireworks, toys, notionh, etc.
loa O'ommerclnl Avenue, between
Nlxtb mid Meventh Nlreeta,
ItOOKS. KANII. KTCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT.
13$ TKNTII 8TRKKT,
Doom, Saab, HlludM, JI onldlUK,
ItveUntlcrN, (uootl) Wlndownnd lluoj
Framea, Floorlnir, Itth,
NblUKleH. Olaaed Hah, filased Hide
I.lBbtH, OInsed Trnimoma,
Nanta WelRhln, Haab Vulllea and Corda,
Ullud I'nNleMlHKM, KooUnc
I'cll, IIooUuk Cement, I'laaterlnir
lfter, Cnrjiet Felt, While
Lead, United Oil, American Window
(liana, i:ullkli nud French
I'lnle (llau, Fulty, Ulnalcr'n 1'olnlM
Newer 11 lira Patent Chimney.
Etc., Ktc., Kte.
A0ENT3 lor Rock Itfvcr Paper Company'
aiheatlnnir Pelt and Cunrli Cemont.
II. W. JoIih'h ImroTed Hooting always on
MTOVKM. TINWAHK, KTC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin nd Hollow Ware, Clolhos WnnKrs Toile
Ware, Coal UoU, MrtHhovelii, Air UhUh.
TfN INO, COPPER AND SHEET
No. IGG Washington-avonuo,
HriUx.flnit. OuttermgT and ll kind, of Job
-,or!fc doueat ahoitott nolle. letiiutl
"ft' .'"'SM Y T H" "& ' CO.,
C IKO. II.L.INOIH.
Alio, keep constantly on hand a moil com
plate atock of
BWTCa AND IRISH WUISKIM
- I N H ,
Port, Madcria, Sherry and Catawba AVinos
R.1MYTII A CO. aeTTeicloalfely for cnh.to
. which fact they Invite the eapcial atten.
Hon ol dote bargain kuyvra.
Spicinl attention giten to Filling Order.
'T2. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. H A NNY.
stripe s, -y
KKNTUCKY JEANH, KXTRA,
LARUE STOCK OF CARK'ITING
01 LT IIANPt,
Ilia Entire Ntoek
VERY LOW FIOUKKS.
C0H.NKK8TU ST. AND, COMMERCIAL-AY.,
CAIRO CITY COAL
! prepared to supply cuitmner with thu teal
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
CiiarlPH Hotel, will recplro prompt ntlenilon.
TIIK TUO MU.NTAllK'rwillli'ini coal along
III) KltS loll nt llalllilay flroa, orllce, 70 OHIO
i.r.vr.r., or ni in uuai yarn neiow uieni.
aide aleamera at any hour.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
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