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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1872.
TlaUTABL OX Til ILLINOIS CIKTIUL .
On and ! Sund.y, ?. '- ,hf
ngWe-tabl will govern the arrival and depart
ure of p'f ,f M ' clro '
Xrf-Mull lrln. dally tunn.
Cairo end 8t. Iouls Short Mae.
Arm...-...- - 1:45 rm'
ff - "":,urn,;.0
v..h.....r.irs from Cairo lo St. Lou". "
ehenga o -are from Cairo to Chicago. Elersnt
awing rtoom sleeping cam on nigh' 'fm,
egcege checker! to all important polnH.
CAIRO AND MOUND CITY
Will make three trips dally.
H 11.... ........a.m
itavixn Homo titv
At f:30 - a.m.
At H30 P m,
At 6 - p.tn,
- .. wi -.... til ,iiMfa rnr s M'.
Winlaoi.wh.ohallfd, at any good intermediate
endinglorpasieogersor freight. noviW.
OAlltO AND PADUCAH
The splendid steamer
J AS. FISK,
Be.v. Howard Capt.
i.i Ciiro DULY. Oindaya excepted) at 4
,-.Ji 'relator payplonboaM or
anaas, on tho Memphis and
luat lined ui. and fully fur-
of nceominodatiDg 31 lo 49
lly. City Urn years old, coi
A nirehsser or patiner for Forrest
in ITArre.t CUT. Arkansas, on tan MemM
Llttlo Hock railroad, Just filled u t and fully fur
nests, fronting nnd In tUly yarda of depot
loir hotel In the rllT. Ci,v two Tear a old, coa-
taina l.aoo inhabitant, .HI tmllifingi . gona up
since, lt January. Moat Important point on the
road. Branca from Helena, under contract t
connctwilh this road at thla point, Ut July, 1T3.
Four counllea up Crawlet'a Hidie, tributary to
this point, shipped oyer 7.000 baits cotton dur
ing season Juat closln. My lease extends to 1171.
It. ..nn.B.nl at means 10 enlarae. and owing
to III health, sumo practioal hotel man, to lake
charge, aa I desire It
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROPR'S.
TUB I10USK 1 N KWLY FITTED VT WITH
DR. J. C. SULLIVAN,
OFFICE-Over M. J. McGauley's drug store,
near corner Coumerclal avenue and Eigh
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDEMJK No. 21 Thirteenth street, be
tweeo Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Ufflce-1 Commercial arenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TE9lDENCE-cornerNinth and Walnut ats,
KiOrtioe-coiner sixth street and Ohio levee.
Oflice hours from 6 a.m. to 12 m., and 9 p.m
II. WARDKER. M. D.
SESIDF.SCE Corner Nineteenth street and
Washington arenue, near court house. Or
orer the postofflce. Office hours 10 to 12
Our Homo Advertisements.
1872. SUMMER. 1872.
DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
Uss returned from the Estt, having
purcnaseu uiiiargesisiocK 01
Ever brought to this market.
lie has a lull line of
DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS, j
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
WISH POPLINS, SILK PLAIDS,
AH sorts ot
Summer Dress Goods.
Alio n full aisortniont of
ladies' and children's
SHOES AND CLOTHING.
Of all Kinds and Prices.
n a thttni Mnrin. a 11 m m rr
CIlltrKt I Urnil. IW wr-VMW .
oiii i.nv with .ha nrlv loies of my lease, or hi
that aum will buy a half fnterest.
(iy.tr J. r riutCf) rropritior.
1100 11210 per month, everywhere, male and
female, to Introduce the the latent Improved,
most simple and perfect HIlUTTLK 8EWINQ
MACHINE ever Invented. Wo challenin tlm
world lo roinpelo nlih It. Price only IH 00, and
ni v u-Arr.mpfi lor nre veitrs. iiinn iiu me
Elastic Lock Hlltcli, alike on both sides. The
mit njt nil I lie hlih nriced shut! 0
machine. Also. the celebrated and
laiest COMMON SENSE KAMILT HEWING MA
CHINE. Price only 14 no, and fully warranted
tor live years.
These machines will stitch, hem.
cord, binn, Drain ami eniDroiuer
it, ft tnn.t miiiturlnr manner. And nro warranted
m ,ln nil work that can be donennanv hleh'tineed
machine In the world. For circulars and terms
aldress n, WYNKUur a cu.,ai Kinae avenue,
orT. O, llox,27ie Phlladeiptiia, fa. o-i, ;imw.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Stroot, between Washington
nnd Commercial Avenues,
Is receives dally new Ihvotcea of
01 every description, and at rsicis tetfciT tiis
THE LATEST STYLES OK
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
II ATS, RIDRONS,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DULLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kopt in a
Klrst Class Millinery and Trimmings Store. To
ne sold Hi the very lowest llnure.
TCall and see her. No trouble to show
PaMlMtloa oMm. BtilletlH Ballttlaa;.
Our River reporter Is lick a-bed.
The city laborcri woro not nt work
yesterday. Weather tho cause.
Cairo Democrats are bully boyi at a
political meating of their own, but when
they havo the liborat republican! in with
them, tho two together make things howl.
Dollt Vakden has becomo as great a
nulsanco as baso ball. ,Wo would ns coon
be hit on tho head with abase ball ns seo a
Dolly Varden on a woman or hear the
namoof the huzzy montioncd.
PosTroNKD. Tho plcnlc of the Cniro
Turners, is, owing to tho continuous ruin,
postponed until further notice.
lly ordor of the
Committee or Arakqkments.
Judqe Welton'h recitation, at tho
Greoloy meeting Friday night, of his ex
poriencoin Louisiana, was tho most cfTcc
tlvo s pooch during tho evening. It exhib
ited Grant's oulraceous tyranny, in its
most odious light.
"There was comparative peace in tho
police court yesterday. Two cases, which
grow out of whiskoy, wcro all that dis
turbed tho plncidlty of its calm WHters."
This is tho report furnished to us in tho
words of tho only poetical policeman on
Sabuatii School workers wanted
at the Mission Sabbath School on 18th
street every Sabbath ot 3 o'clock,
Our public schools will soon close and
some of tho most faithful nnd efficient
teachers in our Sabbath school will lenvo
tho city for their homes during tho vaca
tion. Five interesting classes will need
toachors. Who will voluntoor and take a
part in this noble work 7 Friends and
ncighoors, God has given you tho tulcnt
will you wlthold it? Now tho oportu
nity opens, and you aro Invitod to como
and take part with us in teaching tho
children tho way of truth and life, nnd It
will do you good. Como to-day mid help
us sing a now song, Just printed especial
ly for our school, entitled, " Jesus Loves
Even Mo." All paronts nro cordially
invited to send their childron and to como
thenuelvc. Pnpors given every Sunday.
Don't forget tho hour.
I. P. Gamrle, Sup't.
BILLIARD TABLES.! agents wanted.
. Aeeuts winter! In ever v Cltv. Town a
for the Onrham Linen. Dook and Car
arker. No risk. One mama lor a whole tarn
lly. Address A. M. RICUAKLSON, 131 West
Madison Street, Chicago. MS eodlm.
8600,000 TO LOAN.
On Improved Farm Prepttty In Hums of fl.OCO
and upwards, on Lontf Time and Ijw Interest,
n r utstviVu trait
02 Main St., DuQueln, Ills.
"JENNY LIND" TABLES,
FOR ALL KINDS
Agents wanted In every City, Town and Coun-
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
D. BEXFOHD, .... Proprietor
Cor. Omo Levee & Second St.,
Ra unite conveyed to and from the Depot free
At No. 81 Omo Levee.
A largo and complete, stock of
Fresh ar.d New, Cheaper than the Cheapest,
and better tlian me beti,
CALL AND EXAMINE GOODS AND
HARDY & GHEENWOLD.
WssiiiiiGTOx Avixct, Cob. 7tm Stsiit,
Keep en hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' liOOTS AND SUOES.
And Mines' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
The ere al.o rreiared to .upnlv Lsdies and
Gentlemeo with the UEsT OK bliui' wuKK.at
flxurej that dtiy competition, o-uir
THE SALOON IB STOCKED WITU
THE BEST BRANDS
and ci gka.:r,s.
ABE COUrODNUEO IN TUB
MOST APPROVED STYLE.
MTBubnh. rroprTetor'of tho Mechanics
boarding houso, cornor Commercial and
Third street. Cairo. Illinois, announces
that ho is now keeping a first-class hotel
and boarding houso for tho accommoda
tion of regular boarders or transient
guests. Ho has accommodations for
eighty to one hundred pooplc ; his tablo is
well kept, his rooms light and airy, and
not a bed in the houso that has not cither
a set of springs or a feather bed. G-lm
Tho Arlington Garden, a delightful
placo of resort, is now ready for visitors
Tents havo been spread on tho green
sward, a high, closo fence surrounds tho
gardon, and Indies and gentlemen may
enjoy tho finest of ico cream nnd tho cool
est of lemonado, free from the public gazo
T. li. Ellis, Prop r,
Deut Kotro n : As the time approaches
for tho annual gathering to show a trib
ute of rcspocl to the nations' dead, my
thoughts have gono hack one year. And
I desiro to ask if wo aro to havo tho usual
co-oniony of strewing beautiful flowers
upon the graves of tho bravo dead, and
then fellow the samo with n grand "Dal
Cliainplru." In some parts of our country
tho dny solocted for this solemn ceremony
is the Holy Snbbnlh, anil carlairly il
seems to me that it would bo t
most nnpropiiato day for such n service
If wo nro to havo the samo scenes unacted
that wo had lait year, I am in favor of a
general poitpoiinieiit of Decorations in
this locality, but I hope there will ho a
very different programme this year,
should thoso managing such matters call
tho people together for such a sacred purpose
I am satisfied thero will bo a much
Jack Winter doclares that tha liber- smaller attendance thnn 'tuero was nu
als should have a love feast liko that of year, which smalt attendance was entire-
Friday night last every two weeks until b" l"e to tho sacroligiout way it was on-
The best place in town to buy your
shoes is at Black's City Shoe Store, corne-
Eighth street and Commercial avenue.
Ask for the Bkolaski Shop-made, and
you aro warranted a good pair at a low
price. Ho is almost giving away Eastern
made boots and shoes, but he can't war
rant them. 2t.
Mir nut t
Around me save Ond'a and tny own I
heart is as holy
And the hush of my
SONQ OF THE MYSTIC.
TIT FATHER RYAN,
I walk down the Valley of Alienee
Down the dim, voiceless Valley alone (
Ana i near not ine ran ni a 'onisiep
As hovers where Angels have flown.
Long ago was weary of voices
Whose music my heart could net win,
Long ago I was weary of noises
That fretted my soul with their din I
bona; agoi was weary 01 iscce
where I met hut the unman and bib.
I walked thro' the world with the wtrdly i
I craved what the world never save ;
And I said s "In the world, ech Ideal
jnsi snines iiKeaataron lire s wave,
Is tossed on the shores ol the Reel,
Ann steeps uao me uream in ine (rave."
And a. Ill did I pine for the Terfcct,
Aim situ lounu ine raise nnti ine irue;
I sonjjht 'mid the Human lorlhe Heaven
lint I caught n mera Khmp-e of tn Illue,
And I wept whe n I lie clonus of the Mortal
Veiled even that ulimpse froui the view.
And I tolled on, heart-tired of Ihn Human;
And I rroaned 'mid the masse ol men I
Till I knelt long ago at an Altar
And iierd a voioxcall mo slnre then
I walked down the Valle; of Hllenco
That lies far beyond mortal ken.
Do vou ask what I lound in the Valley t
'Tis my try.tinu plsre with Ihe Divine !
And I trll at the feet of ln Holy
And above me avolcesnld: "lie mine 1"
And then rorn irotn the loilli of in) spirit
An echo "My heart .li.nl be tt.iiie.
Do vou ask how I live in the Valley 1
I weep and I ilream snd I pray
Ilni my tears are n sweet a. ine ucn-diopa
Thai fall en the roses of Ma) ;
And my lraer, liken perfume from censors,
Ascundtth to Ood iilht and day.
In the huih of the Valley ol Hitenre
I dream all the songs ths. I sing :
And the music Hosts down khe dim Valley
Till inch linn n word for n wine,
That lo men like Ihe I)ne of Ihe Deluge,
The message o. I'euce the) liny brine;.
lint far on the deep llii-re nte billows
That nev r shall break on the beach i
All', I have heard snug. In the tllenre
lhat nevnr slisll H'Mt Into .ii.ech .
And I hate bad ilresnls in tlm Vslley
Too lofty fn.- Inngusge to reach.
And 1 have seen Thoughts In the Valtev,
Ah I me, li"w my spirit was stirred t
And thev wearlmlv veils on ibelrlai-es)
Ttivlr foolslt'lis ran scr elv be he'irdif
They pa.- through the Valley like Virgins,
too pure lor ine loncn ui a wori.i, j
Hojnns.lt me (he ple of ,1,,. Vslte),
Te heatis tint are l.tr.iw"l by care !
Itlleth faraway between mountains,
And God nnd II Angt.;s rn there :
And one Is tue ilstk ineunt ef Horrr.w,
And one tbe bright in'iuntaln of l'raver.
Mr. R. P. Robblns it tho asent for tht
Protection Life Insurance Company, f
Chicago, in this city. In these dayi whan
il li looked upon ai one of tha christian du
ties of man to insure nil lira, thus taourtnj
to his family In the event of hit deaAbjthe
necessaries and comforta of, life,
it It a matter of Impor-
tance to select a company which
it at once safe anil economical. The Pro
tectlon Lifo Insurance Company is such a
one. It Is instituted on the mutual con
tribution plan, a plan by which Uvea may
bo imured ai an expense so mall aa
scarcely to be felt. A membership fee for
a policy limited to $2,500 Is '$14 00, or
for a policy of $5,000 $20.00, and tbe an
nual dues are on tbe first $4 00 and on
the last $5 00. For full particulars, appli
cation should bo made lo Mr. Kobblns.
IcK Crbam bai become the institution
of the season, and Phil Saup'i the most
popular in tho city. His saloon hat be
como, In fact, ico cream headquarton, and
it is not the fashion to eat tho luxury any-
whore else. It ii kept with scrupulous
caro, is neat and tidy, and tho presence of
no questionable characters Is peraaltted in
it. Mr, Saup has, also, always on hand
fresh cakes of all kinds, candies, notioni,
toys, Ac, and deserves a continuation and
an incroaso of the popular favor in which
his establishment is held. 6-7dtf
Our Homo Advertisers.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOOD
November next. lie said ho felt stirred
up when Allen spoko, got fuller whon
Jones let out and when Welton told of the
outrages being perpetrated by Grant's
hirollngs in New Orleans, ho ran over.
dod unless thero bo a change.
Cairo, Illi., May 17, 1872. T. Y.
Csiio. III., May IT. 1ST1.
A rruo by nny other name would smell
ns sweet. I have voted for president if tho
t'nited Stutes nt eleven elections itivurla
Wk havk employed an oditor whose cs
pedal dutv it will be to abuse the weather
hereafter.. If tho sun should contlnuo to hly voting with tho party whoso principles
refuse to shine until next Tuosday, this wero, "The greatest good to tho largest
weather editor will stir tho old bov tin number," with those who advocated the
with a throe column nrticle. Woeivotbo "cuvernment tukirig enro ol the poor,
wcathor fair warninc. If it will persist Tho rich enn tuko care of themselves,"
in its present mean and sullen mood it
must take the consequences.
in contradistinction of tho now dominant
theory of legislating for tho Yich and let
ting them take caro ;Of the poor. Tho
difference in tho prosperity of tho country
under tlio ditferent theories is visible to
minds, most obtuse. Wo havo always
taken for our guido, " Principles and not
We havk met ono Democrat who is
not a Greeley man, and ho is n llttlo
mixed on tho question, llo don't caro for
platforms, but, for past records; but bo
would not caro for tho past record of a mcnt, nnd tho jon qualifications Jot
man nominatod by a Democratic convon- 0jjiet nol inow mUch will you givo7" but
tion on a Democratic platform, and he i ' cannblo? Is he honest 7" Names
would have been for Davis if bo hud betn of.,.n chti"od. Tho honored and
!-.) - A V ! At t fit t I
uuimuBieu av uincinnau, out uo win oo nnviaJilo namo " Democrats " was
compollcd to,' wait for the 9th of July. ,aQdlcd on the party of principles,
Up and down seo saw I ln dorision bv the Federalists. Tho
Tiie Bulletin having induced tho bar-1 principles havo consecrated that name
hers to respect tho Sabbath day, wo shall and tbo party who claimi mat
now devote our attention to tho saloon tho "rich and woll-born" should
keepers and struggle with them, until they govern tho masses, havo often tried to
will acrco not to tell linuids on Sundav. nlch that honored namo xrora us aim u
Why should not a suloon keeper have one derision confer some other namo upon tho
day and nlcht in seven to rest 7 Ho has party of principles, w itness tuo
as much rluht to this boon us a barber or tlonal Republican Democratic Convention"
any othor man, and wo insist he shall on- that nominated W. II. Harrison, (who once
iov it. Wo therefore ask tho council to woro the black cockaUe) for prosiaeni in
1840. and their christening ua"Loco
A NEW H.AX I.V LIFE t.SKURANCE.
ThoTcutonln Life Insurance company,
of Chicago, in connection with the Bi.
mark Brotherhood, otters extraordinary
inducements to all who may desiro to in.
uro cither life or health, or both togotber.
The premiums nro to graded as to meet
the wants of all classes, whether rich or
poor, tho insured having the choice to
pay his premiums yearly, quarterly,
monthly or weekly.
A payment of CO cenU per week will
secure to tho insured ten dollars per
week, in the event of sickness, and te bis
lawful representative $1,000 in the event
of death. A pavment of 38 cents per
week secures to the insured the $10 week
ly allowance, ana ine sum oi $;w in tuo
vent of death. Thus, it is seen, that a
very trifling sum, an amount that can be
paid by the poorest in our midit, will ie.
euro exemption from want, in the event of
icknets, and provision for the loved ones,
In tho event tho insured should die. Wo
scarcely need commend to tbo patronag0
f our people an organization that is cal
culated to rolieve so much distress to
bring a competence where, otherwise,
thero would be suffering and want.
For further particulars apply to Carl
ol the reutonia
within tho corpornto limits of the city
from desiring a drink of anything on Sun-
day. This will accomplish the desired
end, and give our saloon keepers rest.
-Wm. Khlers, at hisshopon Twentieth
street, opposite the Court Iloufeo hotel, i
manufacturing boots and shoes, of every
stylo and variety, warranted to givo per
fect satisfaction, lie keeps genuine French
calf nnd gives his customors all ho prom
Foco's." Tho. wisdom of many of our
measures havo been admitted, and opposi
tion .withdrawn. Now issues havo arisen
tho party of principles always maintain
ing tho "greatest good for tho largest
number." whilo tho opposition under
all their various names, havo advocated
Thy Welch's London Confection
ery, corner Uommorclal nvonuo anu
Nineteenth street, for Fruit, Spongo and
Lemon Cakes, Pies, Tarts and Blanc
Mango, Jollies, &c, supper parties and
picnics supplied at tlrj lowest prices.
CAIEO CITY COAL
It prepared to aupuly cuatomet with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
BPKIIS left at Ilaillday Bros, office, TO OHIO
LKVEK, or at tne iusu ni "'
Charles Hele'l. will receive prompt attention
THE TUU "JlUBISUa win-
aide steamers at anv hour.
rm( coal elcraj
WOOD I WOOD I ! WOOD I !
ThennderiiKoe will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II sset Cksaasr
ku ir wood dealer In Qalro. Leave orders
she slates at tha I'ostofBce st4 st Boss' coal
vard. oa Comrnerelal avenue, between Teat and
tvelftn aireeU. Cairo, Illinois. I .ii (o.
rCOMB AND SEE FOR YOUR
They keep on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND HERRINGS
Are spread mount and evening
At which all are invited to partake
FREE OP CHARGE.
Having rofurnished this woll known
and popular boarding house, on Sixth
strcot, near tho post office, the proprie
tress would inform tho public that tho
is prepared to accommodate, tho public
with first-class board and woll furnished,
well vcntilatod rooms on tho most reason
ablo terms. Amnio preparations have
boen nindo to accommodate un unlimited
nu rubor of day boarders. I'atronugo so.
licltcd. Mrs. T. N. Gakfnev.
Tbe Greeley Meetino in tho city, on
i rlday night, was tho lamest and most en
tliiifclastic meeting that has bcon held in monopolies and legislation for tho "rich
Southern Illinois'for many a day. It was and woll-borns," clulmlng for themselves,
a political love foast, in which Democratic as all must recollect, all tho decency, and
Josh Allen broke bread with Radical Ren- IntolllL'cnce of tho country. With thoso
nic, Radical Antrim with Democratic M. facts beforo us, I consider tho name of
U. Harrell, Democratic S.S.Taylor with roinor importance, wbero" principles" aro
Radical Scbuh, Radical Dr. Tabor with involved, and in tho present condition of
Democratic Watt Wobb, Democratic iir national affairs, what bettor principles
Hambleton with Radical Lowo, Radical d0 honost, patriotic men desiro than aro
Shores with Democratic Oborly, Demo- embodicd in tho resolutions or platform
cratio Dayman with Radical t intor, Rad- adopted at tbo Cincinnati convention?
ical Wlckwiro with Democratic IJ. b. Thon accept tho principles regardless of
uarrei, iicmocrauc moss wun jtauicai n(an0i A r0J0 uy any oti1(!r namo woud
ixtKor, ana so tortii. naaicais ana uemo- tmo M gweet.
crats, Democrats ana Kadicals, mingled
like tho black spirits and white, white DOLLKY VAllDEN ICK CREAM
spirits and gray of Macbeth, and became
a mats of liberalism all Liberals, and all
as enthusiastic as exborters and converts
at a Methodist camp-meeting.
DELIGHTFUL, DELICATE, KXEI.l.ENT, A
At George Rolling's Ico Croam and Con
fectionnry Saloon, between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth Streets, Commercial
George is not only an elegant, pleasing
On and after this day, May ICth, I will
pay n rowara ol iwonty-uve cents each,
for all dogs found running at largo, on
which tho taxes have not been paid, said
dogs to be delivered to me at tho dog
pound, on tho corner of Ohio lovoo and
Tenth strcot, old city pump.
6-lC2w Andiiew Cain, City Marshal.
OAino, III., May 16, 1872.
Wo, tho undersigned barbers, in tho
city of Cairo horoby mutually agrco and
plodgo ourselves that on and after isun
day, JUNJC 2D, 1872, WK WILL KEEP OUR
Bariieii Siiors closed on Sunday
DUHINO THE ENTIRE DAY, and Will not
do any harboring business of whatever
kind or description on that day.
J. Goo. Stoinbouse,
It is now tho duty of Mr. Grant's
Supervisor of Internal Revonuo for the
stato of Illinois. Hon. D. W. Munn. to
riso and explain. In his speech ot tho and """using harbor and tasty hair cutter,
Athonoum Friday nlcht. Hon. H. Watson hut also a shlning.star in tho Ico Croam
WnliK maIn ttits itutnmnnt tl .Tiiaf nfl and Confectionary line. His luxurious
tho Liberal movement bad cot under Strawberries will cure rhouinatlsm within
hoadway. and It was thought by somo tho twenty-four hours, and his Lemonado will
T.ltiorHls would nnmlnnti. tt panillrfetn fnr Cool down the hottest Grant man lit thO
prosidont, I was discussing tho situation
with Mr. Munn, whon ho asked this quos
tion: If the Liberals woro to nominate
Horace Greeley lor Frcsidont would you
support him 7' I replied: 'Yes, I would!
would you?' To this Mr. Munn an
swered: 1 1'rs, I would t And then and
tboro, long beforo tho mooting of tho Cin
cinnati convention, long beforo it had
been called, Mr. Munn and I becamo
plodgod to Ureeloy. 'io-nlgut 1 appear
country. His Ciirars are delicious, pure
Havana and branded II. G., which stands
for Horaco Greeley.
Go nil and patronize Georgo. 0-18-tt
Fat F iUgcrald, of tho sample room
has recoived tho appointment of agent for
tho salo of tho Hammondsport, N. V, Ur
baii Wine Company's wines in this city
If tho bottle with which wo havo been
favored is a sample of tho quality
fltnun wln.i Ihnn wn nrn lirpnnrnrl in anv
boloro you to say that my plcdgo shall bo thul thoy Rro among tho best wo have over
kept to tho lotter, and that in November tasted. Ho has just received n largo con-
noxt, whatever may bo the action of tho ilgnment, which he is prepared to sell ut
Baltimore convention, I will go to the 'wf" "e"'c?:,n.?, ,T fe" i'l."
1 .n1 nl (nr Mnrirn Grnnlnv. Will I ! . . - .r. . . ,
r111' . . v ... uranua ol lrisn, iscoicn anu America
Mr. Munn no true to nis pieugu i oincn whlsklos, and wines ot evory variety.
ho made it, ho has received an oflice at tho nl'-Mif
Go to Wm. Ehlor'H, on Twentieth
treet, for your fine custom made boot
and ahcei. You can't do better, Try
hands of Gen. Grant and has possibly
changed his mind ; but I should liko to
hear from him." Como, Mr. Munn,
aecommodato Mr. Webb, and toll him
whether you aro yet a Greeley man.
New and fashiouablo Hats and Bonnets
Just received by Mrs. Anna Lang on
Eighth street. Ribbons, Laces, uoiiy
Vardens, Trimmings, Volveti, fancy ar
ticles of all varieties froth and new.
Ladlos call and. examine our itoek bo
Who can resist the offer. The
Continental Lifo Insurance Company of
New York Issue Lifo Pollcios for $1,000
on any ago between 16 nnd 24, for 6 conts
a day. W. F. Fitch eb,
Gen'l. Agt. for Southern Ills.,
5-121 m. Cairo.
Extraordinary Fh enomenon. Ci n
clnnatl, St. Louis and Milwaukee Bock
Boor drawn from the samo keg at the
foro Durcbasinrr elsewhere. We consider Thai Ik a. In An Ahnni t a Tin Hitt t itiw
At .a . . . . . . i 1 litlana all 111 fill lw 'nmrvtiinHAil arnrrl in rr in I mum H.iVisi f 1 V MmAlmm9tA
oi mo iftieii tiyiet. Um loia Ttrj iawe rr v v,,b v H.us iiWuHtjim ufinw.
' 'I a . 11 I 1 ' wm.. m - t-t
on. I iu won go u emu j upruTa luriuum. outs. UQQml m W,
THE BISMARCK BROTHERHOOD.
L. Thomas General agent
Lifo Insurance company
The House and uis Rider. It was a
happy day for horse and his rider when
the Mustang Liniment was Introduced as
a cure for tho external injuries and dis
eases of both. In tho stable, the barn,
and tho household this wonderful emolli
onf is equally usful. If a horse Is spav
incd, or foundered, or harneis-galledor
afflicted with any other of tho many sup
crilcial ills that equine flesh is heir to, the
Liniment effects a permanent euro, and it
is equally efficacious when applied to
draught oxen or cows suffering from out
ward swolllngs, strains, or hurts of any
description. As an application for bruises,
burns, cuts, rheumatism, stiff joints, neu
ralgia, sprains, caracho and toothacho, it
tukes prcccdcnco for all othor topical rem.
cdies, and is therefore an article of prime
necessity in families. 6-16cod&wlw.
the little kentuckian,
No. 63 Ohio lovoe, is the place whero
thoy keep the freshest fish and game, and
the finest wine.", liquors and cigars, to be
found in tho city. Dinner only twenty-
ilvo cents. Open day and night, at all
hours. J. E. Park, Proprietor.
A Large and Select Stock of
BOOTS. SHOES AND SLIPPERS
Just received at tbe
CITY SHOE STORE.
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TBX .CITY,
Fashionable Boots and Shoes,
Embracing the very latest ityleeof
LADIES' MISSES' A CHILDREN'S
WALKING & PARLOR SHOES AND
Nilsson, Juniatta's & Bismark
TIES AND WALKING BOOTS.
Also a verv cholet, select and vans J Hat of
Misses' and Children's Pearl Colored,
French Kid, ioxed cerge and
Morocco Shoes and Slipper.
OENTLEMEN AND TOUTn'e
BROLASKI'S, HAND MADE CUS
TOM WORK BOOTS, rKINCK
With a full line of SLIPPERS, a specialty
Do not miss th onrjortunltv whsoavar ore-
seated, tut call. Every ona Is suliciud to aaam
limns ineir one siocic oi goois. I'lMi,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Mile Ifaei Nhortcat Route
Elgtiir MIIm tbe aisorteet !
NO CHANGE OK CARS
FROM CAIItO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
With Its gloomy attendants, low aplr
lln' dejireaalon, Involuntary cmlaalon.
loNnor arnien, pcrinatorrliirn, lows ol
power, illaijr hratl, Ionh of nirmurj,
and ttarratenrd Itnprlenev nncl Inalx
clllt, anil a loverelara curr In lliim
plirry'w llaineopatblc S-l(lr No
Tneiity-elKlit. Compo.. nl tt.o most valua
li mllJ and notpnt ;urntlve, Uioy strike a
unda at tha roots ot tho muter, tone up tio eft
Wm, arrest thndl.charKca, nnd imparl vi);orsnd
Jncrjjr, IIIb nnl vitality t tlu'entliK msn. Tney
hava cured thousands of en p.. Trice, tti uei
pscksf(eso( fivelioxea and alarsc 12 vial, which
Is very Important iu obstinate or old vases, or II
iersliiKl bx. Bold by all driliists, aaj aval
liy mail on rocelpt ot price. AJJross Humphrey'
Bpecifla Homeoiiathic Medicine Co., 6C2 Broad
way, K. V. P. J311U1J,
auglWuowawly Anal, Csiro, Illinois
Last Call. I wiU commenco tho pub
lication of tho delinquent list of state and
county and city taxes the SCtb, inst. After
that (Into costs will be charged.
Alex. H. Ikvik,
dtd. Sheriff and Collector.
For nil tho popular warm weather
beverages, go to the Thalia saloon, corner
of 12th street and Washington avenue.
Swan & Co.,
Uroido and Milton Compound
Cutlory, Plated' Ware, Fancy Goods, Ac
83 Ohio Lover,
4-231ra. Cairo, Illinois.
ICE I ICEH ICE! I I
From Wednesday May lit, the lee
wagon will canvass tbe city, to continue
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
KIIOM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo, '
Oetrolt, Cleveland, Niagara Falls,
Ilufislo, I'ltlstuig, Washington,
Baltimore, 'Philadelphia, New York.
DosIod and all points east.
Milwaukle, Janesvllle, Madison,
LaCrosse, tit. Paul and all points north. p-"
This Is also the only direct route la
Decatur, ntoomlngton, Slprinield,
liuriinguin, kock island,
Omaha and all point northwest.
Eleeant Drawinc Room Sleeplnr Can
On all Night Trains.
Baggage Checked 10 all Important points.
For tickets and Information, apply to I. O. B.R.
depot st alroi on board tne transit steamer be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne principal
railroa I ticket offices throughout tbe eoulh,
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'IPsss. AgH, Chicago.
A. Mitcmiu, Gen'l Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after MondTy, April 34th, 1972,
trains will run as follows :
Till! ootao socialist.
'ana ll.tc - e.lT
lasiKs ooi sa Kosrawssv,
' Pans t.uu a. ra XU a. as.
. " Talorvilie 4 40 ' 4.M '
Arrive at 8pringfleld,...15, " s.oo
Leave 8pnn(leld &:iZ " 1.10 ,
Arrive at Virginia i.tft 1,11
TiArns osiao aevtasasT,
Leave Edgwood s.soa. m. 10.10 p, ni,
Leave Virginia 6:4(1 a. m
. Tavlorville lu 62
Arrive at ra
Arrive at Bhawneet'n 2.35
Emma Priest and Thomas W. Priest, defend,
ant, are notified tbaton April Tth, 1172, hponrow
It. Nickersos, oompUinant, Sled hk bill I lehaa
oery to foreolos a tnoruag. la tbe Alaxaadlil1
oounly Circuit Court, fitat et Illinois, end tha
said suit is now pending la said court. That there,
upon a summons was issued out of the clerk' of.
flco' salt court against you, returnable on tbe
1st Mpnslay In July neat to a tern ef said eeart.
than to be boldea i the oourt-hoe I Cairo, i
MldoountyanrtsUte. JOHN Q. UARMAN.
Dated April nib, 1STI. . ; M
Allen, Mtuk7 A Wheeler, fclTe far OoiigPs,