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CAIRO BULLETIN-
a-OBS IL OBKRLY, Editor nd Publisher
TERMS OF THE DAILY BULLETIN :
Oh wee, by carrier 9 23
Oasyearby carrier, In advance...... 10 00
Oat year by carrier If not pild In
drane W 00
tine month, by mall 1 00
Three months 3 00
Sit raonthi 6 25
One year 10 00
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John IL Oberly has reduced the subscrlp-
tltn nf tk. Xtfmww rutin lltrt t Ttu
to One Dollar per annum, making it the.
sheerest paper published in southern iiunoii
THE CAIRQPAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ceHMiMioiv and reRWABntito.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
ABUSING US.
Tbe attention of our neighbor of tbo
4 Sun,' and of the distinguished leader of
the Democratic party in thii city it called
to this terrible abuie of us, contulnod in
the last issue of tho Oolconda 'Her
ald
Tti H.Im Tlr-t t vtiu IIi.Ia a,,-.........
.au Jiaaaa.a . .. iitiiu . UaaaUll. IIU
able in leading Democrat, but much tn praise
Oen. Grant for. This is riirht. The Bul
letin may now be regarded as tbo Icadin
Republican paper of Southern Illinois.
And in this way the Pulaski ' Patriot
tllllfles us:
On Tuesday mornlngllon. John II. Oberly,
editor of the Cairo Bulletin says s " This
is our Democratic day, Miiv tho Lord
have mercy on us." That I rls'lit John ;
pray for yourself: It will do you good. We
nae often prayed for the Democracy, and
feel that our prayers are now being an
swered. And recklessly the Decatur 'Republican'
slashes at us with a broad sword, thus :
Spkaks Oct. In another column will be
found an extract from tho Cairo 'Bulletin,'
in which its editor, Hon. John II. Oberly,
Klres his opinions in reference to the present
status of the Democratic party, and tho po
sition which his paper will occupy in the
future. It will be observed that Mr. Oberly
docs not see what good use the Democratic
party can subserve by continuing its present
Mr. Oberly a pretty sensible sort or u man,
and tho only thing to bo wondered at
now, is, why ho could not have come to his
n,A..M Hl..tH. - 1 .. .. a r ... 'V i .
g'.v.Vbl.l WUIICItlSIUaaS II lUI'K IMUV HL'Ui 1I1U
.Bulletin has tor years been the organ of the
Democracy ol Lower Egypt, and its editor
was elected to a scat in the legislature at the
late election.
And thus tbo Fontiao 'Sentinel' borates
Homo Advertisements,
MMUtLLAftEOUR.
WAQIN MANUFACTORY.
For
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MKKOnANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents or
iniO RIVER XXI) XAXAWnA
70 Ohio Levee,
us:
A Sensible Democrat, John II. Oberly,
editor of tho Cairo Bulletin, ond recently
elected member of tho assembly from the
Fiftieth district, whero ir wo mistake not,
he is bound to make bis mark nnd obtain re
cognition as a clear-headed, useful legislator,
says editorially In his paper, that he is hence
forth independent of party restraint, and
will commend tho adnilnictratlon or Presi
dent Grant whenever he finds It worthy or
commendation, tho same as he would that of
any president lie had supported for election.
He says he knows Grant to be worthy of
praise In many respects, and knows the
iscmucrauc pany 10 oc mr irompericct, ana
that it cannot live upon tbe record ot past
peat deeds. This "going over to Grant'' as
Jemocratic party
.bat it cannot liv
it was called, caused a huce commotion
among tbe Bourbon Democracy who do
greatly congregate on that portion of the
Ohio levee known as the city of Cairo.
JOberly replies to tbem calling them Qulxots
who delight most in setting up huge wind
mills In their imaginations, and beautifully
demollshlnc them with rhetorical argument.
For him and his house be proposes hereaf
ter to starch out whatever good ho can in
tbe existing national and state administra
tions, and not to magnify each mole hill into
a corrupt mountain. Sensible Oberly.
And thus thunders tbo Commerce
(Mo.) 'Dispatch:'
Because J. II. Oberly, editor of the Cairo
Bulletin declares that be will "judge
President Grant from an unpartlsan stard
point giving him praise whenever he de
serves It," be catches particular " hanks"
from all quarters.
It would be well for our country if all ed
itors and ad readers could Judge the presi
dent from a similar stand-point. A captious
and partisan opposition to evury measure of
a president, is silly, and beneath all who
may ha.ve any pretense to statesmanship, and
all editors sbo.ild be expansive enough to be
at least pseudo-statesmen.
To Judge Gen, Grant from the past, we
nave Utile good.to expect or him. He may
disappoint us, and ir be docs, and enforces
such reforms as our country Is sorelv in need
or, we.should not stiut his claims to' common
Justice. There Is one thing morally certain,
tbat Democratic opposition and exposure of
fraud and extravagance, strengthens his
power. A little Democratic praise during
the present admlnUtrrtion would have killed
mm so dead that he would have never been
re-elected. There are more ways of killing
a dog than by choking blm with butter. U an
old and practical adage, and ir Democrats
Cairo. Illinois.
O. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
AND
DE-IiOBie X3ST XiIlMIIH
Cement, Plaster Paris,
AKD
. PLASTERER'S II A I It,
NO. 71 OHIO LEVEE. UNDER CITY NATION
AL BANK.
JEtTFor the purpose of building up a
irfinlnanln trn.ln In f'alra f will anll in ,lnnl
. . .............. v-hww vj i i j f ..... i! Lii iu ucar
PTH nml fnntrnMnfa In Into nt TJ tiarral- nti
vwaaaaaawawaa. . .. .w w v. w M-a 1 k in auu
linward. at niamifnrtiirinir nricon mlillm.
freight.'
Cairo, August 13, 1672.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucceasora to E. B. Hendrlcte A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
ADD
"WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Adrancemenie made -ass?1
upon Consignment!. 'SV
Are prepared to receive, (tore and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on commixslon,
SVBuslnese attended to promptly;
Sale at Wbolosalo or Retail.
COHNEB 32D-8TRKKT AND OHIO LIVES
Cairo. Illinois.
"OTlltf P.CAHBLK
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.,
FLOUR
ARB
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVKE,
dp Wirt tn t(11 11n.Hnnt(u. .11 1 .....
ur, they mtm chant it praUe in all the 01
nn, Itfin ......... 1 .. ' 4
fflaWU JUUI IlillB.
Oberlv is riubt and tenkllilf. nmt p-rl.lt, It,,
more tact and sense than those who are at
tempting to pUy the part ol Democratic bull
whackers. "What are wo to do about this 7 Is there
no way in which we can escape tbo tor
rent that is now pouring down upon our
deToted head 7 It not, then come acuto
mania, so tbat wo may pass from con
sciousness and commence raving.
fUVMIC'lAISlt.
It. S. BKIGIIAM, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Of
fice 130 Commercial avenue. Residence on
rent.; street, three doors west ol C. It.
Woodward. 10-25-2m.
DR. B. C. TABER,
Will resume the practice of his profession
with espciia rererence to the elcctrlca
treatment ol diseases In all the new and im
proved methods or application.
in ki if ' J lenul complaints a lady
will be in attendance. '
Office, 12a Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM K. SMITH m r.
RnS?0.' Thiruwii; .t'reTt'. be
jfJK.iwefS yMh'DK.0D enue tod Wlnut street
C W. DUNNING, M. D
T?H,'NCE-ornerNlnth and Walnut ite.
r'1'"Ptt b,x,h ' nd Ohio levee
Gfte. hour.-ffoni a t,m. to m" MdTp'm
H. WARDNER, M. D.
RwE'"' Nlth .tre.t and
DR. R, BLUM,
Burgeon and Mechanical
DEKT 1ST!
Office, Commercial Avenue between Ninth
and Tenth streets,
CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
aeInrorr1fiernIe0Cnfl1"Z annunce to the Citi
fkf, t i C'lro 8Dl1 Durroundlnc Countrv
that I have opened au office ror the nrartlre
PUbHi p.tSn..r AuTr'son? wT.hini !!'e
rery b-t denul worJ,
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AM
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AKO
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roR FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENER.L COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
OATS, CORN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO,
ILLINOIS
Z. D. UATUVBS.. E. C .UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
AND UEBEltAIa
Commissi on Merc hanth
DEALERS jN
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
.esomo I.RTCR.
BT CHARLES HOTEL:
F. i BKXrsjBD, .... pr.prtM.,r
Oo. Ono Letee Beooed Bt.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MTtyM U Hd tnm
as
HTRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccessors toStrttloD, Hudson A Ctaik.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AMD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
fi70hio Lovee. Cairo. Illinois.
LIME I CEMENT I
JAMES ROSS,
SAtsa la
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAO.
LIME!
Commercial-aT., Foot of KJYtb.-R
Best qualitr of Lis asd CVuat al
ways on band, and frr W at V)4
verr lowt tcnw for owV
DANIEL luVMPSUtr,
FASI1IONA15LE BAKURK
FOR LADIES. MEN Ai COV.lliXS
Eiohtu r . Bt. Cu.u Jt w
CAIKO. ILUNOX&
Hit tuts nrfai! r .il hu.S
l.shment. fuiiT up ti tha tisiA. uJ t3i-.M
old customerVand sew, UiUtt, IsjJirva mt
all, to favor blsa with their rAOvsAv.
t3T AU work don la the Lattst SxjU.
FRED ROSE
No. 104 Commercial Avevde,
Boih French and Seoth CAMluieree &
-rtlrtr. lt.aV.ta nnrl 1tr.i-iil-Aln.lt nnn.tal.ll
on band, and all goods warranted.
DYEING
In all Its branches also carried on
io-i-umu
IDLEWILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
ACCC
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
.UJSAl.
Always on band, and at the lowest marks
price. Also a good article of
FEED
very cheap.
BROTHERS.
av oritur at Utt.t.iniV
or apply at the mill.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
BETWEEN WASH'W AVENUE AND WALMUI
Dr. B. K, flslds iDfornn toe public that he ba
opened a
LIVERY STABLE,
on the northweit side of Tenth street as name
sboTe.
nia Stables will be furaistied with none bat the
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the nnhllc
" ' " vvviuiuV4kV4 Hs LA
hours of tbe day und night with safe teams
nn tlia Imva.t
vaa vf. .CiiUS.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealing
and strict attention to business.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Hilllii,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
A YD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
U. TEN TH -ST. axd OHIO LEVE
cAiao, ijjj,
PARKER & BLAKE,
BIALtUI
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Petty, BassBlae, UstaoUssa,
V7"I1TX) O -W 3-LASS.
WINDOW BOADE8,
And the celebrated illumination
AURORA OIL.
BKOBB' LOILDINf CCP ilTH 3T. k COM
AtiaciAL AV.,
Cairo, .... iUhoij.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
" TABIETT STOCK IN THE CITT
GOODS SOLD VERT CLOSE.
Corner ef Hlaeta,tti itrMt aad csss
SBercltU Atiaas,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CO. PATfER.
WUULM WOOD I I WUUDII
Tts udtnicsM wilt famish
HARD AND DRY WOi
nt07,".0"1 de''n Cairo. LeaTe order
.n.i.. I mA lue 1 'omce ana at Itoss
T,ti, . ""oerciai avenue, between
Tentb and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
f? f.00? mMUXe d wUl cord tbe wood
i AA UCIirCUe
"gin-tf DKNN1B HA LET.
laAWYKSta.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
AMD
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlunn. Green. )
M.i..T.SiZbt:r4 0llR0' ,u,,Now
t5m8bSt$ bu:.".'."" ,'T,B to AimlnX
0 WOE OHIO IEVEE, ROOMS T AND 8 OTE1
niTT If ATIONAI. WANK.
Our Home Advertisers.
WUeiJBSAtiB ORUVBSM.
Railroad Advertisements.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
1M EUlcs) Use Hhertaat Rasito
GROCER and CONPEOTIOK ' rp q CHICAao
And Doaler in Foreign Fruits & Nuts,
No. 134 Conimorcinl-avo.,
Cairo, Ills.
JOHN SHEEHAN,
RETAIL GROCER
AbJ Dealer In
VEOETABLES, FRUITS. EOOS, LAItl)
r stun ii u i . ., uiu.
VTAU Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at tne wwr . j'ners.
Corner 9th St. andCommerclat.Vve.
:-sa u.
CHEAP UKOCKKIES
THE TSW 8YSTEM.
UK.VJta.tES R.rAtlKP AT WHOLESALE
rKM ro oasu.
AT U. C. TtUKLKUKKS STORE
WAS.HH.UWJt AtSJIVE. NSTWKEK TENTH
AS? liSXI.XTU STKItTS.
W Rs. w CuV iiur for $5 0
4i A wfw Suiar, Jf . Y. Std. - 1 00
k u rtiiut Kjo Cc2e for - - 1 oc
" QhitM u - - l oc
i u OM (.TMTratueat Java - 1 0C
Ts sad vtir staple and fancy Groce
riM jjaIIt as cbeap.
CKWs new aad full weight given. Call
and trv.
DHT UOUIIS.
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73.
C. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK,
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
arrciciisroa.
CHECKS,
A
STRIPES,
K1MTUOKT JEANS, 7XTRA,
CASSIMER8,
BIAOK ALPACAS
A
LUSTERS,
GR9S9RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
eiL.OLOTHS,
atATTTNO,
Wlaelsw aissseles),
OILT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
DAMASKS.
His KatJre SJtock
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
CORHBR 8TH BT. AND COMMERCIAL-AT.,
BANKS.
BOAT NTtlBEM.
8AM WILSON,
DIALIB III
WWWWW ,
OROOBRIES,
PROVISIONS TC.
OBJ Litbe
Cairo, III.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Ikairterad Mareb 11, isa.
oiei:e oe
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OFFICERS !
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President:
?i Sti.Y,?Bd c "p?ee.ident;
H. UYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
EI(ht7rMtlM the Shortest Route
TO ST. LOUIS
NO OUANOE OF CAKS
KltOM CAIROTO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
, OM CAIKO 10
Clnrlnnnti, ik lln.ll(, ToltuM,
CViroit, Clesvhnil, Mm
Uiitlo, I'allvt.ut t. W.tiiimton.
.l..mn.nre, riilla.lrllils, New York.
IJoalon and all nulnn r.t.
Mllweukle, JenrnTllle. Ma.ll-nn.
.scroie, Bt. I'eul end ell points nortti
lhis Is Jo the onlr direct
iWMur, liloominglorj, Hpnnrtl,
VorU, , Keokuk,
Memlota, JHion. Kri-eport,
Oslena, Dnbiiqac, Hloui lIi.
Oniktis eml All olnts northwett.
Elegant OrawlnR Room Slocplnc CV
ju an jnigai Arnins.
HtfS(5e Chfcked to all Importent polnln.
Fiif liS.f. mnJ kfn.m.tiaa . .1 u 1 . . aa a.
.u.w.aain.lMa., N,'l Id i. Kail
ilepntM siroi on botnl tne trKont Mnnmer be
Iweeu Co umfjui i anj Cairo, and M tun prlnoln
VV. P. JOHN-.ON. an'l P.m. AK't, Cliicjiio
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cniro.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
OU U Tit E AsTaliN It. R,
On and aftor Monday, April i4th, 1S72
irnun win run as lonowa:
NORTUERK DIVI8IO.V.
Iill 001X11 fOCTHKAtf.
M.ll
LenTo Virilnla e.40 a. m
oprinKiiria u;i "
TejrlorTllle 10 6 "
at t'n. 11.49 "
tuaikh aoisasosTnwiKt.
KrnrKii. Afnl!
''t?'8 !-n? '" '1 3 - m'
" r-ivlnrvill. A An it t r
Arrlre t Hppinn(t.d...il.n d.ini "
I.nari) Hpr.niBplil. 6.4 ' g'jo "
Arrive st Vliguus 8.5 ' s.is
SOUTriKIlN D I V I B I O .N .
TRAINII OOlHfl OL'TIIlRT.
Lmit KlKwood ..5.30 s. m. 10.10 n. ro
" Klorn 8, ' .11.40 "
Arrire et Sbawnt'n .3t " 5.15
Arrito i
Express.
..1:3. p.m.
. 3:1") '
.. 6. 0 "
.. 4.17 "
INNUKANCr.
FIRE AND MARINE
X 1ST S TJ IR, liT C IE
fJOHPAHIES.
MIAOARA. R. T..
Asset 1,436,216
OER MANIA. N. T..
Assets . l.tieS.TSl 78
HAKOVER, H. T-
AsseU .......... .728 62 00
REPUBLIC. M. Y..
Assets.- 714,li 00
ComprisloE the Underwriter' Afcencr.
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS,
A-T 74 OHIO LBVBB
Hcluil nnd JVc.crii.Hon
Corner WaKl.lngio,, Av
and Klglith street.
CHEST PJlOTECTOIiS,
Of clianiol. and rabbit skin
t tan luiljfs.
At BARCLAY BROS.
CHLORATE
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and sold
r BARCLAY BROS.
HOUSE; AND
And DMiir.-ctaiiti .orStil,!
At BARCLAY BROS.
FINE CIGARS,
"IIo.nkv iii:i:.
" vot Nd .oiniuc.v
Anil "i;nIoil Stamlaril."
At BARCLAY BROS.
f-
HEMICALS.
STUFFS
PAINTCR&l
MATCRIAt
;&wivf
OTHER
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li-v;ii-ti.
IIISOK IlI.N'm.MJ.
PATRONIZE
HOME TEAJDE
Assets.,
AsseU ..,
TONKBRS, K. T.,
ALBAKT CITT,
..678 404 SI
..4&J.193 23
VtREMEM'S FCKD, S. F.,
- 971.800 04
BECURITT, H. T. MARINE,
eeeeeeeeeeeeeHeeeeeee ! (432, M9
AsseU.,
issets.
Btoree. Dwelllnas. Furniture. Hulls and Car
(ore, Iniured t retee as (ssnrableae eouod, per
manent eeeurltr will warrant.
I rrai.triiltv uh tt I h. f.t(canai nt P.lrn.
share of tbeir patronage.
P. M. B....
P. H. BrocarLSf a,
R. a. CcnaineMAH,
Biaafreas I
Case. Qiuomi,
Pacl O. Bcbch,
a. r. UAUiDAt.
J. at. Piiixirt,
irL. i .J ,,d 00 d!slU at tbe rate ot eix
JD.lrrVi.?? thJ'n.l .t.1ed.lmine.
iTln'th.m UZZ. S'i- "'Poslie, tbereb,
MARRIED WOMEN AJO CHILDRBST MAT
DEFOaiT aoSTET
SO T 1 MnnM. arii.. . .. .
Open ererj tuilcen duTYoro v.m. to 3 n.m
SiVKSi'? L .Te.!DJ0' ba viso faEPoanii
auOtl
S o'clock.
W. HBLOP. Treasurer.
the city national
B A.2TEC.
OAIBO,
CAPITAL,
lIlillHOIS
100,000
UfICIM!
W. p. HALldUAT. Preiltentj
JJENKT h. HALLIDAT, Vice-President
Aa li. UAPKOKD, Cashier)
WALTER UYSLOP, AnliUnt Cashier,
Biaacfoasi
Btaats Tatub. Rossbt H. OraBiiaiAK
liHSatY I.. Mi ....a. HP r ww.yVmmtmmmt
a, b. uirroiD.
Kxebanf;e, colss aad CsUted Bute
BosMla Bssncht asd Bold.
B!S SSIH' "d "anklng
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or CAiKe,
DANIEL BURD, President!
O. N, UUOUE8, Casnler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK.
Ealux. .?.0,n bk BoU Mi ulU:
Btatee aeeor It lee bouehi ua mat.
ZmUtmt AllBWSMl M TUBS) BF4W4M1U.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETS, $600,000.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - Prestdont.
0. KNOBELHDORFF, - - - Secretary.
0R8.
Cuas. Reits, Henry Weber,
k. 0. Kesino, A. Miscii,
Chab. Wentue, Ciiab. Veroha,
Francis Lapkner, Chah. Daeolino,
C. Uiasco, Wii, Reinuarut,
Jons Feldkamf.
The best organised and leenreit eomranr in
tbe nortbweet. The only compenjr which Kuf
anleea a cash surrender ralue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gin. Ao't,
SMlr for Cairo and vicinity
J. C. II U ELS,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER,
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
BLANK BOOKS of everv descrintlon done
with ueatnecs and dispatch. All kinds of
ruiitiK done at short notice. Bible, Muic,
Majrazlncs and l'erioillcaU bound neat and
at the lowcft no-slblo rates.
County work, such in Record, Docket,
ice iioohf, liiaiiKn. etc.. tuaue a ipcclallty
IllJoxes, Pocket Book, Kuvelopc. etc.,
VM UlUtla li.
UII.LIAKDN.
BILLIARDS,
4 A
W. H. Merni,
NoUrj Public.
H. H. Candle
Ne.Pub. end IT. H. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
nsrsTTiaADNrcE.
.ETNA, HARTFORD,
AsseU fi,U3,m t7
NORTH AMERICA, PA
sete 12,783,000 00
HARTFORD, CONN.,
Assets...... 12,64 4,210 72
PHCSNIX, HARTFORD,
,,eU - Il,7i,ita ee
INTERNATIONAL, N.Y.,
A,,,,, 1,33,898 17
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
A"ts 1706,937
CLEVELAND. Cr.EVKT.ANn
Am, 1015,673 88
HOME, COLUMBUS,
A"ts - 1188,178 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 1600,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
A,,eti 130,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACOlllRNT
sets si.6oo.om nn
RAIL WAT PAB9ENQERS ASSURANCE
CO.. nARTFORD.
vssets ijoo.ooo oo
INDEPENDENT. BOSTON.
Ameit 6so,sea oo
SAFFORD, MOIUII8&0ANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
Olty National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
K Trt $Oll Per dtyl Aaente w snted
2,0 1J SCU All eUstes e7 working pen
Pi either sea, young or old, make moie money
at work fir ue In their spare moments or all. the
time, than at aaythmi elae. Partieulus free
Adlress S). BtlBeeu A Co., Portland, Maine,
ssjstiswiy
j ST. y ichT )L AS j
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'rs
This houso is newly fitted up witli two
ucviivni
BILLIARD TABLES
And two One
JENNY LIND TABLES
PLAYEBS.
The saloon is stocked with tho
Brands of
Best
WINES,
LIQUOKS,
and CIGAES
aro compounded in Uie most npprovod stylo
jgyComo and see for yourself. They keop
on hand it tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
LAND HERRING.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
are spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which nil aro Invited to nartici.
puts free of charge.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
a wnoicsaio nnu retail, stewed, tried,
nrmlftfl nn,t link,,,!, ruiv im.1 a. i.nir ui.n'
by tho can, ketr, box or barrel, at narry
Walker's St. Nicholas restaurant on Com
inerelal avenue. Oysters in every sty.e at
all hours day or nlht. Harry Walkorpre-
klllpn nvnr tli nnlln..., .1 . 1.
: - , r 1 uujii uiiuui, asm
caterer he has no equal, und Harry's cus.
j.,n iiinnyi uo ussureu ot u warm
mew at any hour of the day or night, tbat
Will In6it til lrnitetiinnsi ntil ,.. ihtm
tssts of tbe most t'asUdlous.
00 TO
W. W. THORNTON'S
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT '
13J TENTH STB BET,
0B
Doors), (Heels. Bllaida, Moaldlssca,
KTe Ussttcra, (wood Wlnnewsad leor
rmatm, floorlaa;, La St.,
Mblailea, (Jlataed Htuth, Ulaaed Bide
IaLckiU, uUaed Trsusaosaa,
Nstah Welchu, Maveb rall.ee) and Carde
Blind rstatealaca. KoeBssa;
Fell, BooBoa; Csaesst, Plaaicrlssa;
.Paper, Carpet Tell, WalSe
Lead, Uaaed OU. Assserleaa Window
Ulaaa, Eaclleb aadrreaeli
Plate Ulaaa, Pully, i!aaler'a Poiate
Newer PI pre Patent Chlmnejraj
Kc, ei., KSe.
AOKNTri lor Rock Klter Peper Compeny'
8hvttllni Kll anil ()..,. P.m. , '
John'e !mprorrl Itooflni; elweyaoa
1. w
hernia
Cairo Box axd Basket Co.,
aUanafaoturtrs of and Dealers in
POPLAK, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
LTJMBB K.
Uavln the sole liirht In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
lhf lifsut PitAnf It"l1n vi(t wa. esn -ar,0.
c I ally ..rcj.arctl to TuniUb at all tiznei, on
tliu e.1...r4.. .w.l....
S,AAV ciiUi AvSli. UUtiVVf
TUOItOUOULY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention is called to our stock ol
W-AJLlSnTT, ASH
AND
CYPRESS FLOORING
Lumber delivered to anv iart ot the city
Orders received at the office of
SAFFORD, MOItRIS A CANDEE,
nt that of the rnmrmnr. .Arn.r nf ilV.
itrcetand Ohio levee UKa!5d.3m.
8. WAI.TEKS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o DTerjr dercrlptlen,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb
dooiw, sash, blinds
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on rbortest notice.
Uoinineroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-Bta.,
OAIBO ILLIHOIS.
Tdr
SAVE TIME AND MONEY !
By lotting your wants be known at the
CAIRO
INTELLIGENCE OFFICE
Uascment Xo. 70 Ohio Levee.
If YOU Wfltlt fmnlnvmnti nn. in h a nctlna.
if you want help of any dcscrlptloo, go to
li any
w. tV ,,,(( nuiAi 111 HUM lvn,U
your wants and orders Now, for "Time is
Money."
UAH FITTERS).
II. T. UEKOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
D1AISB II
UAH MXTDBBH,
Oaa Fitter's and Plumber's material, Wood
pinnr , itjobe anij angle taItsb, stop
oooke,ohck THTrei,to.
auo AOs? roa
Tnfts Brothers Patent Dry Oaa Meter
And Moreuouse, Wells A Go's Automat io Water
IndloAior and Supply Valre forsteaasbolbra,
WIMTJK'S EMOK, OOKMIBOIAIrATBMB

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