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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUE3DAY, DECEMBER 17, 1872.
t CAIRO BULLETIN.
tUlix II. OHKItl.Y, VMM and 1'iil.llslicr
TKllJtlS OfTIuTlUILY HULLKTIN:
Oaewrck, by carrier. . ? M
Use year bjr Mirier, In advance 10 (to
Oat year by carrier If not pild In
'adranco ' 12 00
OatoMnth, by mall 100
Three monthi (W
Six monthi fl
On year 10 00
TILKDOLLAR WEEKLY UULLETIN
John II. Oliorly has reduced the sulccrlp
tion price of tlio Wkkki.y Oaiko IIullktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It tlio
tbeapeslpapirpunllshod In .Southern IllltinU
RA1LR0AD3.
8T. LO U IS, CA I RO, M KM I'll IS A N I)
VltKfellUHU.
PROPOSED NAl!HOV-(lAL'(iE ItOAl)
KKUA1 CAlltU TO VlUisllllm.
Tlio following letter, written by tlio
builder of tliu at. Louis Mid Cniru Nar-row-i:Uire
toad, ditcutiur (lUcsliuiis of Ibo
Utmost Intvreit to tlio puoplu of tlio Uulf
Hales, It is propusud to extend this .St.
Lutiis uud Culro roud along tliu river shore
to Jleinptils, and hence to lioleiiii unu
Vlcksbur,;. Ligut locomotives una cur,
will not destroy u lovte, suiiviicu uy wa
ter ruattliv; agaiust it, us would
tb wuiguty machinery of the
fcroad-guugu roadi, and land-owners
along the river shore, to escape levee tun
as, can well ittlord to convey to
tbe builders of tbo roudune-fuuitli ol' their
estates. It uiust bo renioinbervd thut tbo
country on one tide of tliu levee railway
will contribute Very little to tliu mullilu
nnee or construction of tlio work, and
therefore lurid-owners mutt make tlio road
coil to it builder tliu letisl possible turn.
The appended letter tells of tbo progress
of the work north of Cairo :
GKMXKMKX : I am pleased to notice
o active and strong u nioveiiieiil on tlio
part oi tbu people ol Teiuiesteo in iavur of
narrow-ago uoiinectinn with St. Louie.
The movement ! In tbo right direction,
ana persoverarico will ieeuro success.
You atk concerning tlio prospects of tliu
Cairo and St. Louis arroWgaugo railroad.
The grading and bndgiiig is nearly nil
completed lrom Kut at. Louis to Cairo,
and the track ianow laid, and conatructlon
trains ruiining'to Waterloo, u distance uf
about twonty-Iivu miles from tit. Luuir,
and .track-laying progressing at tlio rnlo ol
orer a mile per day. If tliu weatlier does
not interfere wu will buvo tliu roud com
pleted and cur running betwuin til.
Louia and Cairo within thtce months. Tliu
Tbo prospect is that tlio Cairo and St.
Louia railroad will do as much business
at any road of its length coming Into tit.
Louis.
Narrow-gaugo railroads aro no longer
experimental. Tbo reports from narrow
gauge railroads already in operation in
Europe, provo them practically u success,
both as to capacity and as an investment.
From information that lias comu to inu
In my official capacity, X am of tliu opin
ion that not lets than tli'teun thousand
miles cf narrow-gauge railroad aroalready
pnjected In the United States and Can
ada, and by March 1, fully unu thousand
miles will Lo running. "They aro pro
jected lu marly every statu in tbu Union.
I am receiving daily Inquiries from rail
road otikors uud engineers, for informa
tion on the sulject, and many who aro
now constructing and managing broad
gauge' railroads inform mo that they aro
convinced that nnrrow-gaugo railroads
win oo me popu'ar roads lor thoiitturv.
Ono company is now constructing four
hundred and sixty-seven miles in Califor
nia. Most of the brnnclio of tlio Union
Pacific aro projected narrow-gauge. Col
orado Is rejoicing in tbo success of their
narrow-gauge roads.
In irgiuia, Kentucky and other
bouthern nates there is a strong muvu
merit in their favor. Indeed, thu seem
peculiarly adapted to develop thosii stiitus,
as many of thuir districts aro mountain
districts, valuable in materials, spnrsulv
titled and dellclenl In capital. Wuru not
tome such system furnished for relief they
would bu compelled to wait mnv years
tor development. Hut this svstein will
give almost tin emirgotlo community u
chance for a railroad development.
There Is no doubt that tliu construction
or the co.tly broad guttgo railroads in thli
country havo exceeded tliu bounds ol
prudence, and already broad-gatiuu rail
loads are a drug in Europe.
Future developcment, therefore, must
depend In n great measure on narrow
guaga railroads.
will gladly lurnWi tlio friends of .N
O." ttll this Information I can.
(. II. IIOWXA.VH.
THE PARIS a'nu 0AIUO R. R. .
From the Paris (Tejrn) luuiilpciteer, 12th
The lecond meutlng of tlio tuilroad
eomroittee, was called to order, at o
'clock a. rn., December 11, Hon. J. 1)
C. Atkiur, chairman, F. M. Parsons, sec
ratary.
Keportol previous mcoling was givun.
Report of couimlttue on resolutions was
read, amended, and flnallv adopted in tlio
following form.
AYiiEaEXH. Tin. U f... ...
, - I'tHit ivr Willi-
tructing a system of narrow.gmigo mil
road in the bouthern states, which i, .
TiJ process or execution ; and
Whikicab One system U,u line Ims
been built between Cairo, Ills., ltnd Si.
Louis Missouri, and another coiinecliiig
Columbia! le, Tenn., and Johiisonvillu,
liin., is being constructed; and
,J"?B.f,, VUh0. tWo ,,nw 6,'0llll l"'
conntcled in order that there may bo di-
t,i "nro,d """uuication between thy
I f lin.? Tennetm.. the coal tlld,
of lllitioU and the iron beds f MiIHJU11
iJZXP V8' Tha P1,0'1"'' una maun
S.ulhw8.il'K,M.U Vf hi. I
J5lbd by lack of rai!,0I,d facility : il,t.u.
newl!hsd-----o-
railroad,; ULCZ 1 cnrya.d
adjoining counties the bem-th, n ,Z .
rivel from a road connect.,.,; b" I 0
with the iron region, of Tonnt.eo, 8r I u
obtain direct coiiiniunicallou with St. LW.
s, the commercial metropolis of H,u ,.
iMlppI T.lleyi 4lh, to reduce the c.s "r
virvleLMtlmH1!i....l7.,rt 'l'n.lve. i
Homo Advortsiomcnts.
MIM.INF.str.
M US. MoQEE,
in KlithlliHtrpettlioiitrfD Commercial tail Vh
ti.'lnn Atomic. l ilalW rcei'lflm
NKW MILIilNEHY GOODS
nr Tin
L TKhT FALL ANJI WIKTKR STYLKS
Hf in ri lull line or
norCTIfcTETS &s HATS
! Trimmivl nnil iinlnnitni rt,)
Ull'M'l FMIWKHH, KIIIIUINi, TltlMMINOS
of nil kltiil., I.aer, etc,, i-tc.
Mm. Mi'Ui-c In also i tk a-sorlinpnl o
Knney Alticlcs, "Ui'li as
NKCK 7.V. COl.I.MH, UNIiKkHI.KKVF.
Hl'KFy.SAMllK-j, KA.Sti,
An I all ruin r article ti.unlly (ouml in a
FIUST-ULASS M1LLINEHY STOUK
lr. Mefli-c, In adillllnii to her Mock of
Fancy and .Millinery (!oml. has a lliiauiicalid
coinplctp nortment of Cliieliinall Cilitnin
Miiilc Ladles' and Mines' frlmci and Chll-ilren-'
ltoot, Uluck and in Colors. These
lire acknowledged to bu the llnct nud best
Mioes in the market, ami IliN i the only
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
Our Home Advertisers.
SELLING OFF AT COST!
MHS. MAUOAKKT JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending to remoe
to Kentucky, de-iica to dlspoe of her large
and elegant stock ol
MILLI1TEBY
Imnicdlately. In order to laclllltatc the sale
ol bcr goods, Mrs .laekson haa determined
to oiler the
KNT1KK STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ludlei ol Cairo and vicinity
to call on her If they desire good bargains.
Mix. .luckson'i
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The uio'.tof theln haWng been selected from
the late lull stles, heneo tliu l.idles l.uvu a
raru opportunity to purchase new and sh
lonable millinery at cot price. The stock
coiisMi of hats, ribbons, flowers, hoIery,
ladle- underwear, etc., etc. 11-30 tr.
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.John h. pTillis'V son,
(Siioeessors to John II. I'l.lllis.)
GENERAL C0LAISSI0INT
MI
FOltWAUDIXd MERCHANTS
ASH
DEALEIIS IN 1IAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Com. TKKTII-KT. am. OHIO LKVE
Oil UO. 1I.1.K,
V. CLOSE, '
GENERAL COMMISSION
MHUCIIANT
ASO
r)E.3Li3ia lasr lime
Ukmknt, Plahteii Pahim,
ASH
PL ASTER Ell'S HAIR,
NO. 71 OHIO I.KVKE, UNDEK CITV NATION
At. HANK.
. PT"',,T. l"? rllrl'o of building up a
MholcUe trade in Cairo, I will sell to deal
its and contractors In lots of Ml barrels and
Irelght "l "1:,m,f;lclllri"K l'rice '"Idlng
Calni. AukiK 1.1. 1872.
IDLE WILD MILLS
turner Twenty-seeond street and Ohio
l.uee.
SUPERIOU STKA.M DKIKI) COKN
MEA I.
Alwas on lniml. and at the lowest marke
price. Also a good artlclo ol
OO "W FEED
Mulrii l,u"V0 ,"r,er? at IIAI.I.IOAV
HUM II Mi, orapj.lyat the ...III.
HM-dtt.
III'K'IIKKK.
irVLANDSAUEH,
BUTCHERS
- AM) HEAI.KI1H IN
CHOICE J-'RESIl MEATS
OF EVKItY I)i:S(;illl'' lO.N,
C'nrnor 10th street and Comniprelal avonu 5
next door to tliu Ujluiut s.iloun.
11-10 tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
.tructionof iK' ,t0""
Cairo Illinois, , Jnb&?J W,;'rwn
iiMilrn ni-,.ii,...i.i.. 'ennm,,.,.
consult 'toi.uit,; ." !L 1,1 "f'ler to
F.M.PAMJ-i!AATK",NUb'n.
t v J
.JAIvE WAJ.TER,
BUTCHER
'Ml lllSlIK IS
FRESH MEAT,
I'.IUIITII STIIKKT, IlKTWKK.V WahI1NOT0
AM) COMMKUCIAL AvKNUKS,
AIJ.IIH UI Ip.,1,,,,,,,,,,,,,, umuay'n
IXl'sZl ''. '"'. .Mann V,M.
JA.MES KYNASTON,
I.U.CI.KI. AN I) IiKAtKIt .a AI.L Kw,H
FUK81i-Mj(ATB.
OlKNKIl NlNKTK.VTlt AND I'Ol LAh k,TH.,
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Fi'fcnU hein".n ",y ",0 l,c,t ru,,lc
leiui a,,) r s'b i.',.'," nr,,I,Ir','l to till anj
t-n , i , ,r , pound to
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TABER BROTHERS,
MANUFACTUIUKO
JEWELBBS
Special repairers of fine and difficult
"W.A.T O H
AND
CHRONOMETER WORK
oTIErW-EiZjIRY'
OK ANY FORM OR PATTERN
MADE TO ORDEK,
Home Advertisements.
b (laaim,
'72. FALL'AND WINTER U
C. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN H1IKKTIN03,
PIUNTS,
TIOKIITOS.
OUKO.Kd,
STRIFES,
EBMT0OKT JsUNft, WZTli,
OASSIMBR8,
BLACK ALPA0A8
LUSTERS,
GROS'JKAIN SILKS,
rerLina.
LARGE STOCK OF CARtMTINQ
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTIXQ,
WMW Bkaalal,
01 LT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACK
DAMAJM.
Ula KaUrc Htock
At
VERY LOW FIGURES.!
OORtftB 8TH IT. AND C0MUBBC1AL-AY.,
CstlM, IlUaola.
teptttl
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOBIT TAHIBTT KTOOK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERT CLOSE.
Coraer of lnttatk air! ssaal Cmm
acres aJ ,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
O.O.PAT1KK.
WHttLBIlliI CMiMJBItB.
llavo also on hand a
Fine Stock of Jewelry,
Of their own and other Manufacture!
CLOCKS OF ALL KINDS.
SOLID SILVER WARE
OK
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH.
Ami many unique and attractive
patterns of
SILVER PLATED WARE
At prices that defy couipttttten.
H. M. HULEJN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer io Foreign Fruits 4 Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
Caibo, Ilu.
JOHN SHEEHAN,
RETAIL GROCER
lad Dealer lo
VEOKTAHLES, ITtUITS, EOQ8, LAKU
KIUC3U BUTTEB, ETC.
All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
t ino lowest pneea.
Corner 9th St. andCommerclalAve.
7-23 tf.
Our Home Advertisers.
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CHEAP GROCERIES
THE 2STBJ"W SYSTEM.
0R0CKBIE8 BBTAILBD AT WBOLI8ALI
PBICBH FOB CAIB.
AT H. C. THIELECKE'S STORE
WAiniNOTOM AYKNUB, BBTWBBW TKXTtl
AMD BLBVBNTB MTBBBTS.
SO rbi. dry Cuba Sugar for -$5 0
9J " - - 1 00
tij fbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 0C
3J " Choice " ' I 0C
3 Old Government Java - 1 0C
Tea and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally at cheap.
Goods new and full weight givoo. Call
and try.
WIN KM AMD MtAOUHB.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
SPECTACLES
COMPASSES
AND
SPYGLASSES
And ever)' thing in our lino of buslnos
CALL AND SEE.
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
ABTKB.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
OHIO LBVBB
OAIHO. ILLIXeil,
also, kp eoDstantlf oo band a most com
plat f look ol
IiIQ,TjTORB:
OOTOB AVD IBIBB WBUKIU
-U I N H.-
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
p UMTTH k OO. tfirixcluslTtJT for cub, to
IV. which fact they iDTit lb espwlsj sttaa.
linn of clou rwrnin bnyirs.
F. M. HTOOKFLETH,
svocusoa o roau a stwimta
Hfcllfyvr sus4 Wkalaul Battler 1st
rwmtm mm Dsaaatle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Livm,
oatBO, iLLiNoia
Hi!f'JP,.00J1.d eonatanilF a full stork c
H-OI,iJfeJ'.,uckZ HourboB. Ht aad MododIi
d"S Wh'rtljV.WMh Braodfei, Uol and Og
uwriBi,
LINEGAR, MUNN& POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OKFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
Cairo, IlllssaU.
GREEN & QILBEHT,
ATTORNEYS
AMD
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II,Orn,
William B Ollbarl, I CAIRO, ItMWOIB.
MllMr.Uilaarl, J
arspaoia. atUatioa alraa la Aaaalrallr eat
taamboat buloss,
OmoB OHIO LBVBB, BOOM T AMD 0VBB
OITV BATtOVAA BABK.
Ckrlra4 Mareb SI. IMS,
obiicb or
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OVVICBR8 :
A. B. 8 AFFORD, Preiident;
8. B.TAYLOR, Vice-President;
O. HY8LOP, Secretary and Treasurer
BlaiCTOISI
!J- BiaotAt, Cis. OiLiama,
F. H. SrocBrLara, pci O. Bcacu,
R. B. COHiaeaia, H. P. Haluuat,
t. M. Psnixin.
OaaalU ml mmj Aaaostsii Hotwl v4 trosai
Test Com (a L'aiwarala.
I MEREST paid en deposit at th rale ot six
paraaat. per annum, March Island ttoptnov
r 1st. lataraat not withdrawn la fjldeJ irnma.
dlaUIr to tha principal of tha daposlU, Uierabi
glTlnsi tbasa compouad lataraat,
MAmBIBB wolf Bat A KB OBILDKBN MAT
DBPOaiT MOKBT
ao tail as oxa ius oia u it.
Opao arary baslnati day from a.m. to 3 p.m.,
aad Baturdar ayaoiu tor HA VINO OEPOillTb
only, from a to I o'olock.
auet' W. HTfl LOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
33 A.2STTC.
OAIHO, ILLINOIB
CAPITAL, 7" . 1100,000
urrieras:
W. P. HALLIPAT, Prasidenti
HENRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President
A. B.8AFF0RD, Cashier I
WALTER HYHLOP, Assistant Casbiar.
oiaactoui
Btaats Tatwb, Rosur H. Cdnninohsm
I. H.a.iM-v w o 11 ......
Uao. I). Wtixiasuoa, Brtraia bias
a. a. orroa.
Kseaiusjja, Cala ssaxl DsalUsl HUtlra
mmm4 Boavi-Bt sussl U,
SPOBITB receded, aad a nanaral Unklni
hnlnM aona.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
r oAia.
OANIBL UURD.Praaldanti
ROBERT . MILuH. Vide.Pre'iltot
O. N.UUOBsW.CaaaUr.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EZOaAMOB, eoia, bank aotas and Uaitat
Btataa aaeorltiaa bouabt and sold,
ailawl AlUwawi mm Tmm laawlU.
Homo Advortiscmonts.
CTWWissaijoif inn rjnMAUMina,
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
EKC II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And AK'ola of
into hiVKR ANIi KANAWHA
Railroad Advortiscmonts.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Cairo. iLLtNoto.
N. II. llllSILtWOOU. V. .1. TIIISTI.EWOOH.
THISTLE WOOD is CO.,
IlKNKBAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
tlKALtlU IN
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, ETC
7Ohlo lr, f'AIKO. ILUS.
r. V. MATUUM.. B.C. Dill
MATHUSS & UIIL,
E'oifWA.iaDiisro
AMD UEBEMAI.
Commissi on Mer c " m ants
DKALERH i.S
1AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
ads'ttn irtrr,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huocastors to K. h. Urndrlcas A Oi.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
WHARP-UOAT proprietor.
LI Ural Adrancemenls mads
upon Consignment.
Are prepamd to raceira, store and torwurd
rrfifKtita to all points and an t
on commimioD,
aTBusinnss aiitndrd to prnmptlf.
WOOD UITTENHOUSE & BKO..
FLOUR
General Coniininsiou Merchaiitu
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
as
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMU
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
HERMAN LEVY,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
AMD DK4LEH IN
HIDES, FURS, WOOL aniLEATHER
Highest Cu.Hh Price paid lor all kiudu of
OLO METAL, COPPER. IIItAHS RAOS
AM) PAPER STOCK.
No.U30ino Lkvee, Cairo, Illinois.
IjTLIberal advances made to rcFiionniblc
nbljipers. li-fitr.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AKI VKALER I J
HAY, OATS) OOBN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS
HTRAT'fON & BIRD,
(Hiieeassora toStratlnn, Hudson A Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
67 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Illinois.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IOO BUlea the MhoriMt Hoate
TO OHIOAaO
EIChtf-'Mllea the Hhortcwt atstsslw
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
KIIOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CIUCAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i.. Ilanapolls, Toledo,
Ortrolt, ClnrrUnd, Nla(ara Fills
HiiBulo, .ruiol.ui , Waslilnatoe,
Haltlmorr, I'liitailphla, Mew Tnrk,
lloaton and all points east.
Mllwauklr, Jjticmlllf , Maillson,
l.aCromie, Ht. Paul and all points north.
linn In lo the onlj direct rnuta to
llcentur, llniiiniii((toD, Rpnnxatd,
I'rnrla, Uuincr, KVokuk,
Murlinxtflo, Hock Islsud, La Halle,
Mrndota, lilson, KrMport,
Uslona, Ilutuqun, floui IHj,
Oniaha and all point nortliwrsl.
Elegant Drawing Room Sloepinc Ca'
On all Night Trains.
IlMC'K Chikrd in all Important points.
For tickets and itifonnli"D, applr to I. C. K.H
dffxit't alro; on board tno trnnsit ntenmar t
twau Columbia and Cairo, and at tna princlpt
rallroa I ticket otflc tbroualiout tha south.
W. P. JOH.N-.oN. (l.n'l fass. Asj't, ChkafO.
A. MircasLi, (len'l Hup't. Chicafo.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AN I) ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1SJ72
train will run as follows :
NOHTIIKKN MVMION.
rants uoma soctasstr.
Mail. Eipreis.
L? Vlrslnla So a. m 1:U p.m.
' HprlOKflHd h:U S:
,' T.jlorfllle...... lo 4 ft a
Arnro at t n. 11. to s.l;
tatus iwmu aoaiNaiar.
Express. Mai!.
a? I'tna S.ui a, m J Ut, in,
' Tlnrlll 4.IO " 4 0
Arrire al Hprrufirlil.o.l " no '
LT Hprinfleld.....6.6 " C lu
Arrire l VliRinia.....s.6 " ...S.U 11
HOUTHBBN IllVIHIOM.
tAis ooiKci ractasisr,
L? Kdfood J.30 a. m. .......10.l0p. ta
" Flora ' M.II.W
Arrire al 8lianrat'i .Si ' 11
aT KM. TIKWABK, .TJ,
MORE
a l aV K T K
i
i 3
i
H-A.VE BEEN SOLD
'I lie) have
GREATER SATISFACTION
They have done
MORE k BETTER WORK
Are More Easily sold,
Paying n Rcttcr Profit to the Dealer
ANt
CHEAPER TO USE
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doors, sash, blinds
orders solicited.
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