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THE CAIRO DAI LY BULLETIN, W15PNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1873.
CAIRO BULLETIN.
OUNILOBKRLY, Kdll.T and rubllshe r
TRRM9 OP TOR DAli.V BULLETIN t
Dm week, ly carrier f 35
Um year by carrier, taadviuce 10 00
Oa year by carrier 11 not pild in
a4rtee., 12 00
H Baoatb, by wall 1 00
three meMk 3 00
jMshmmIm . 6
'Una-year 10 00
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
' join tl. Obirfyiia reduced the itibicrlp
Jon price of the Wrkkly Cairo DutLtTix
to Om DolUr per annum, nuking It the
aliaapeft papjr pu'ill.hod la Southern Illinois
Tit contest for United Stale senator in
' Missouri U becoming deoldcdly Interest,
ing. The St. Loul 'Republican' combina
tion verjr powerful one bu deter
mined locruih Frtnk Blair. Tbe task it
difficult. Blair ha a itrong hold upon
the Section of bit partisan, and hai no
intention of willingly allowing the "uthcr
fellow" to tear them from hi lupporl.
lie i game, and the fUht mint go on.
Say what we may, the Chicago 'Time'
it "a power in tho land." It i not a
kid-gloved j mrnal, and talk, very vindic
tively; but it I the only truly independ
ent paper in tbl country. It duet not
betilale to altaik corruption! uud rascal
ities wherever it 2nd tbem; and, in poli
tics, it it at carelcti ol party manager at
tho boot-black it of the voice crying in
the wilderness. Of course tho 'Timet' it
often not right, but we nrfmlro it anyway
praito it, wbilo wo (wear at it. Tho
man who bad tho courago to mako the
'Time1 the kind of paper it it, and bad
tho ability to make it ft necessity to tho
public, i a newspaper genius.
Correspondence ol the Uulletin.
FROM ANNA, ILLINOIS.
AFTER CHK18THAB.
Anna, lilt., Dec. 30, 187J.
Editor Bulletin :
The 26th of December ought to be ex
punged from tbo calendar. If there it
any day In tho year that could be tparcd
tblt is it, and yet it may be the keystone
ofthearchin soaio man't life the very
time when some men somowhoro happily
embarked upon a certain tide, which,
taken at it fluod,leadt on to fortune.
Lucky fellows, they who catch tho tide.
There has been little ebb or flow in tbo
aflMrt of our town. Wo are hibernating
Old Winter has Damo Nature and her
infant daughter, Anna, in icy thrill, and
tbo foul Send, yclept epizootic, bath tho
bortos by the throat. In sackcloth and
straw, the noble hor.e and the common
hyr.o, for Kpi it a grat levrler, ara living
in recluie, teaching their lordly matter,
weanwhile, that their health i neccttary
to their welfare, a lesson that will bu duly
appreciated for a month and a day. We
are under a cloud, but it will lift in the
iwttet by and by. and give us glimpiet of
bflUr times and golden opportunities to
be improved, and wo rosulvo to improve
them to the utter exclutum from nil of our
t iture retrospect "thoso saddest wnnl.
of tonguo or pen It might bavo been.'
Our cluud hat its tllver lining reflected
from the mirror mrface of ice that It
everywhere.
The law of compensation it not deud.
Wd have glances now and then at scenes
litnnul by J tele Frost' tllver pencil that
re gloriously beautiful. The village ly
ing in the early dawn, with the ttart
pilii.g their inetToclnal Area before the
rising tun, is a tight that I have teen, and
linrth teeing. Ice on tho ground, on
the hlllil let, in the f.irostt, in the orchards,
bonding tho apple an 1 peach troes toward
tho ground at their boughs bowed but a
short time ago with . their own proper
fruit lea everywhere, and as tbo sun's
rjyt shene through and over it, silvering
the landtcape in the most brilliant man.
ner. I being but half awake, dretmed
that this wat D.ime' Nature's silver wed
dine, and that all night long the fairies
had been gathering emerald, diamond,
silver and every glistening thin;, where
with to decorate her on her bridal morn.
Dutiful fairie, they did thfilr work well
ushering forth their favorito to meet the
tun in at gay a sheen at whi ever woven
by the invitibl" fingers of frost, or teon by
mortal eyes. Yet, ico it pretty in decoia
tlont, ornamental on tho window panel
and uteful lew mootht hence in therry
cobblers, etc., but It will npt do to stand
en. S imebody says man stands on slip
pery ground; but that sounds liko a
ttandi.nc jok, and may be Ironical.
Miny's the slip 'tween foot ami hip
In thete icy day. M iti y times daily we
exclaim, 'llow are the mighty fallen?" I
iaw a gentleman going down the Inclined
piano from Willard' to the post-office,
with ice to the right of him, ice to the left
of him, Ice undor him, when suddenly his
heels became winged liko Mercury's
and he struck an attitude midway between
tba perpendicular and horizontal, and bit
tote went marching on toward the horl
zon. For a moment 1 bolleved that hi
bad duly considered these degenerate days
of equine depravity and bad resolved to
ride in humble Imitation of our Savior's
entry into Jerusalem. Out bo slopptd
and got ttralgbt up and then swnro until
there was a strong smell ot brimstone on
tbo Iroity air. "The man who laughs" I
no relative to the man who falls on ice,
But I can't warm with this icy subject
unless I could stand in "cutty ark," on
bald tinea, our tallest peak -with mer
cury iir ueiow, witn a crown upon
my forehead and an Icicle in my band
duly authorized to write on the never
lasting glaciers, the epitaph of tbo mean
4 est man I know. Even then, some nri
would say that the record was an "anto-
obituary."
The goblin of tbe ice and tbe epl-dem
bave gobbledup all show of builiit-lt. There
ft tew ilgn of holiday .port. Many wb
fcaTS been compelled tu abandon labu
Bara given themselves up to an abandor
i f fan. and we tbui bave a little intrri
mttaiagteti mV the griuetn o( tbe
timet, But the wheel of commerce, lack
ing tie wheel that are turned by bono,
are qalel "tbe aouad of the grinding It
low.','
The morcbanU are taking count of
lock and preparing for tbe butlnr of tbe
new year. Wo have reason to believe that
the balance-sheet will be utltfactory a
all scorn to havo been doing a safe and
prosperous busings.
We can not irllow you to claim our
John . Lurkln for Cairo, lie ha ttarted
branch r.ta.blit hment in your city, but
keep hit tfre hero Intact. Up ha energy
enough for two placet, and wo hope bit
"(aloof two cities" tuny result happily.
U. M. Willard nrd Co. have opened a
banker and broker' office, and thus have
Riled tho nlcho In our column of want
that ha long been vacant. They am
among the lid men of our county, and
have the full confidence of tho tieople.
Buih ft Hammon teom to bo doing the
mo.t lively trade, during those day of
blue note, for men must eat and drink to
be merry; and tit furnlth good cbeer.li a
religion with Jim. Hammon on Christ
ma. I w a "p'llcher that had bcea to tho
fountain onco too often," Me wat bug
ging a lamp-post, with tho mercury Ave
degree below zero. Hi rlhtcur against
tl e post, looked like a aclect oytler, and
wat frozen fast to tho Wood like nno tet
up in pillory. If ho had really been tot
in a pillory bv duo court o of law, with hit
ohm pinned to a pott, for whatsoever of
fin.c, how we would all rail out upon tl.e
barbarism of the law! Man' inhumanity
ti himself make countless thousand
mourn.
We had a bal masque in Porrlne hall
last night. Very select, a littlo juvenile,
but well attended by both towns, nni ev
erything was eminently lovely. Some of
tbo costumes wore unique, sumo pretty,
somo startling, and all satisfactory to
their wearer It wat under the auspice
of tho Anna bras band. A New Year'
hop in tbe same hall will closo tho festiv
ities of thc.o black-Friday holidays, and
from a littlo of the tllver lining that it
turned up from under tho cloud that hangt
leworing o'er our town, I, with tho pre
(cience, if not precision, too re flee tod a
tceno of mirth and fun for tho old and
young will be there.
Morn tome other time. II.
BANKS
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
l'fcarlertl Harwh II, ise.
off-lea or
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OFFICERS :
A. B. SAFFORD.Preildent;
8. S.TAYLOK, Vlce-Fretident;
U. UYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
Railroad Advertisements.
WIKM AMI . KS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
MMteee(eeeeeee
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO IIV11
OAiie. iibiieii,
Alto, keep cooilaotlf on hand a moat com
plat stock ef
lilQTJOIiS.
BOCTCtt
AtlD IRISH WHI8KIM
U 1 M B.
fort, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wine.
RJMTTn CO. neiTexcluslvely for cash, In
, which fart Iht T Invite tbe apoU) atieo
mn f rl harvatn hiiyara.
F. M. STOUKFLUTI1,
(cocawoa roL sTocinata
Kctlfjr Mttrt Whitlraale Dealer l
FwtrelaTtt Mid Itotsteatle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Live,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
HKkrrson ham! cin.Uailr a full .Irrkt
OKI Kontuckr Hnurhnn. K.e ami llnronl.
iia Whl.klo, Froeh HranlU, llol auil (it
HSinm - I (Hflfori. in InSo
Our Home Advertisers.
UHttC'Kllim.
new EnsTTiEmJEeiaiH i
J. B. LUFKIN,
Wholeaate and etall Clroeer,
Ha on hand fit all lime Vegetable, Fruit r
, Butter and Egga, Lard,
Homkt, TaoncAL Fruits, Etc., Etc.
CF"A1I good Warranted Fresh, and aold
at small Trout.
X. B. Varccl delivered to any part of the
city to Customer.
WIST OlDK COMMERCIAL AVK-, DRTWKEK
17th AND 18th HTRKF.TS.
2-20-tf CAIRO. II. 1.1 NO H,
Our Homo Advertisors.
LUMHtlt.
CUKA1' UKOCKltlEM
TEH SYSTEM.
OBOCKBtBS RKTA1LKD AT WBOLESALf
PHICI8 FOK CASH.
AT H. O. TniELECKE'S STORE
WASUINOTOK AVKXtlK. HBTWSIH TKNTU
AND BLKVIMTn eiRCKTS.
SC 'bi. drt Cuba Sugar for - - -$5 0
9 " ' 1 00
0 lb. A coffee Suifar, N. Y. Std. 1 00
1 '' Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 0(
" Choice " " - - 1 0(
3 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Tea and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally n cheap.
Uood new and full weight given. Call
and try.
BOAT HTnttVM.
SAM WILSON,
ttiltt IK
JL;
BOAT 8TOhE3
O BO OXRIKB,
PROVISIONS XTC.
Ho. 110
Owe Lbvbb
Cajbo, III
MltC'eiXANlSUVM.
LIME CEMENT I
JAMESROSS,
ataacreMl
C M. Baaeiav,
P. HJrtiwirtrra,
R. U. Ceaaiaaaaa,
Can. Oiuoata,
P.clO.Hcucb,
H. P. DAUiaas,
J. M. Pamirs
Dapealta f mmy Atssoattt Itecel ve4 Iroaa
Tea Cost la L'pwartfa.
ISTKRE8T paid on droiu at the rU ol an
pereaoi. per annum, March lataad tKplatn
btr 1st. lotera.t not withdrawn la r.ddd iiuma
ll.uljr loir principal of the d.po.tu, luri.b)
a;'riBH them compound interest.
UARSIBO WOMB AND CBILDBSM MAT
DBPOMT MONET
O THAT HO 0 IUI UK OUW IT.
Opan evert bualnaai day irom a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and SatuMav rvenias lor HAVING DEPOSIT
onl), from (in o'clock.
auml W. IITHLOI. Trfaaurar.
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIfiO
Commercial-aT., Foot of Eleventb-itt.
Best
quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on band, and tor tale at the
verv lrwert figure for cash.
W AO v MANUFACTORY.
Fur Sale at Wholesale or Retail.
CORNER 32D-BTRMT AND OHIO LEVI
Cairo, Illinois.
THE CITY NATIONAL
SA.1T -sc.
CAIRO, It.I.lHJlBt
UAPITAL, r . $100,000
orriciat:
W. P. BAI.LIDAY. Prldat
UENKT h. HALL! DAY, VicvPreslttnt
A. B. HAfFORU, Chler
WALTER UT3LOP, Assl.tant Cathi.r.
piaacroMi
HTtsnTtTloa. RottaT H. Crlua
tlaaat L. H.tna.T, W. P. iLixmit,
Jao. U. Wiu.ua.oa, Brsrata Biau
A. n. nirrois.
Kaekviusse, Calm auKl Uallodl Htnlea
Bss4a atoasht mm HoM.
KP08ITU raealved, and a general banklns
niiH,ns ana.
J. P.OAKRI.K
IDLEWILD MILLS
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
L,evee.
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
JdEAL
Always on hand, and at tbe lowest marke
price, aim) a goou anicie 01
OOW FEED
v rhean. Leave order at IIAL1.IDAY
UKOTllKftS, or apply at tbe u.111.
KM-.III.
i'IRST NATIONAL BANK
or OAIKt.
UANIEIi HUni), VraaldaBti
ItOHEKT tll.,itl ija.Pre.lloiU
U. V, ilUQIlES. Casnler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
tJlXCIIANOK, coin, bank now. and UniUd
Ui Btatkt (corlll bought and sold.
lal.ml SllnwMt aT lrH.
CttJOtlHMION
JOHN 11. PilLLIU & SUM,
(Bucct.sort to John B. Pbllll.,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
.lb
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTH-6T. and OHIO LEVI
OA I HO, ILL.
WOOD KITTEN UOUSE & BRO
FLOUR
Ocoeral CoBmiwioo Mcrobtnts
III OHIO LXVJUL
JOHN S1IEE1IAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dotler In
VEOETAIILES. KKUITS. EOflS, LAUD
KitEsii uurrKU, etc.
J38T All Good warranted fresh, and sole
the lowe-t prices.
Corner Oth St. andCommerclalAve.
7-'iJ tl.
11. M. IIULEW,
GROCER and CONFECTION
MEECEA USTT;
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Comraercial-avo.,
Cairo, III.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOBST VARIBTT STOCK IN TUB CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
(Jeirster of irinrttttli afreet ttstd Costs
oserclatl Aeestue,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
O.O.PATIER.
GEORGE D. WILLIAMSON,
HOLEAt.E UttOCKR
AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKALKR IN
STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES.
Open day and night lor tbe accomodation
ot tteamboatH.
3STO. 7S OHIO. LEVEE
Cairo, Illikoi.
00 TO
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13f. TBRTH BTBBBT,
fob
Doora, Nnah. Hllssda, Mnuldlnsn,
Civentlcra,(wooi) Window wrnt lor
rrattsf, rioorlttt;, Lain,
NtjlaglM, Ulaud Rath, (Jlnard NliU
UtikU, Olnaed Tmaaoma,
HtMfct Weltrhta, NmIi Htilllra ttssd O
Mllssd raatralnaa, HimjUdb'
rail, Kooflna; Otntsst, IMaaterln
Paper, Carpel relt. White
Lead, IJsiaed Oil, Sm.rlMa Window
Ulaaa. KuglUh andrrench
Plate Ulaaa. 1'ntly; Ufaalrr'a oiiil.
ftewer 1Im 1'atrut ChlniurK,
KC, Kir., ic.
AOKNTH for Hnck Kirn P.-r Combani'
Hhallnn Fo't ami Quarts tVmont
II. W John'. I.nproTcil Hoofing ilwjr. or.
S. WALTERS,
D.1L.BI.
ILARDand SOFT LUMBEli
o ry dccrlpllon.
LATH, aniNOLIW, CEDAR POSTb
D001U3, SASI1, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Putnl.hrd on ihrtr.t notlc.
Cotunieroial-av, bet. 10th and 1 lth-nts.,
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
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WUOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undertiKOad wiU farnlsh
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa CBnap, If net Cheaper
bad any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave ordei
on the elate at the 1'ottoffice and at Ho-
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth street, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will cord tbo wood
up ii uesireu.
aIO-ll IIKNNItt I1AX.KV
. FRED ROSE
MEECHA1TT T-A.XXiO?
No. 104 Commercial Avbnuk,
French, Scotch mid Aincrlcnn cnsslmcrcs
or alt colon, una beaver mul uroaii clolb
CONSTANTLY ON RAND,
And made tip in tho
LATEST STYLE,
And at the lowest price. A line tit and (list
claw work guaranteed. Satisfaction In ev-
r ) ro spect warrnnttui.
tVIIVHIt'lAMN.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume the nractlce ot bis profession
with especial rtlermcc to tbe electrics
treatment ol diteaea in all the new and iui
pro ed method of application. .
In all cose of .emale complaint a lady
will be in Attendance.
Office, lit) Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
pESIDK.NCB No. tl TMrtctnth street. D
IV twecu W.hiO(ton avaauvand Walnut atre.t.
Jlfloa 12Comiiir.lalavenu-, up .tain.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKSIIiKNCE-cornprNinth aud Walnut St.,
orhi'e comer math street aad Ohio lerrr.
jlher houra fr'.ii. a.m. to IX m . and V i.m
U. WARDNER, M. D.
OEHIDF.gCK-Coriier Mnetirnlh strert and
IV Waihinatim afcnue, near court hou.e. Ul
icrov.r Ar er'a Grocery Slire, Office Hours Irom
I0.m. to lit m. and 'om 8 to 4 p. in.
DR. R, BLUM,
Burgeon and Mechanical
DENTIST!
Office, Commercial Avenuo between Ninth
and Tenth streets,
CAIRO, ILLINOIP.
1 would respectfully announce to the Citi
zens of Cairo apd Surrounding Country,
that I have opened an office for the practice
of my profcHslon at the above mentioned
nlucc, where 1 hope to receive a share ol the
inibllu patronage. AH persons wMiIng tho
very net dental work nhould gio ine a call.
I.AWYRK.
DANIEL LAMPERT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eionm ST., Ot. Com. St Wash.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Has lu.t onened a new and ttvll.h tti.
I.shment. fuflv up to the times, and Invite.
old customers and new, ladles, children am
til, to favor blm with tbelr patrona"-.
iqr All work dona In the l.atrt HV.'x
VAN tlTTKKJ.
11. T. UEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
msna la
tiASt riXTI'MKM,
KitUr'. and flurobar'a maUrial, Wood
. pum , riomi aan aaa .aiTa, aiof
cock,obek vaifa,ta,
tun ro
ran BJralttera fatMt rjr aa Mate
.ad AturauOUM. Wall A Co'a Automatic WaU
ladleaioi aad Aapaly Valv for tUasn seilar.
wiaiaa'a block, oommbboaal-atbiii x
LINEGAR, MUNN& POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OFFICE WINTER'S 11LOCK,
Cairo, IlllitoU.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
lOO Mllea the Ntaorteat ltonto
TO CHICAGO
t:ibirMllelbe Shortest Itoutr
TO STLOUIS
NO CQANOE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati. lianaiioll.. Toledo.
intt, Cle.elund, Nlara I'.lli
Uiinaio, iiii.iuik, wt-nmainn.
llaltlmore, rnlali-lihia, rrw lorn.
Boston and all finnts ea-t.
Ullwaukie, Jane.fille, Ma'li.on.
LaCroa.e, St. Caul and all points north.
Ihia Is alio the only ilireut rnile to
Dmalur, ninoinlnKton, NpnnK.UI,
I'.orla. Oillncv, Kcknk,
llurlmaton, K"Ck UUnd, I, Halle,
M.ndota, Hiion, Krrrport,
tialena, Dubuque, Main wily,
Omaha and all points norlhwe.t,
Elegant Drawing Room SJoopIne; Cti"
On nil Mght Trains.
O'CKKge Checked io .11 Importnnt point..
For ticket. nd iiifotintiu, apily to I. C. R.ll
ileitis c airn; on noarti inHirNn.u .teHiner ne
twecu Coliiinne. unci ! ftito, unn i tne princij).
raiirna ( iieKei nnic. inrniiKitnut inn .until,
W. P. JOHN-UN. 0-n'l ... Aft, ClncaiO
A. SIlTftiiELL. rienl Hlln't. Cllicatfo.
J. JOHNKON, Atr't. Cairo.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYfa
aa
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H. ;r, "I
Willi. m U OilUrt, f CkUU), IU IH0IM,
Mil. r,(i, IW.,1, j
arabuat IU4IJ...
irnca-
-oiifLv, auk 7 aud fcovra
(jitt sraTCiw!. nana.
BtKAL. RATTATK AUKMV1.
C. WINSTON i CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.a
AUCTIONEERS,
7 (bbcond floob) onio lkvbb,
CAIRO, ILLH,,
Bur and Sxll Rial Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Aad fr?u OeaT aiaaoa efKUa:
Sl'RlNOFIEL D AND I I.LI NOIL
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1S71!
train will run a lollowa:
NOHTHKRN OIVIHION.
rams uiii.i .OUIIIS..T.
Mail. Kxprcte
l, virirlnl. tti u, m p. in.
nprini'.ii...... v n " .imi
TilMMllll I 6 " 6 0
Arrive at rri. 11.40 6.17
T.il.. O'JI.ri .OSIUWIHT.
Rxiireta. Mali.
I'.n.,...,. 4,ii a. ii ..Wi, in
i.in.f.iii- 4 4u r..ia
irlr..iM.t'nnM...';.n ......oii
i.ib ntiTutn-'i ii.d " ......n in
Arritaal Vliamia a.fi B.1S, "
MOUTHKHN DIVISION'.
r.Ai. ooiva .aDTiir..HT,
Kdjtwood 6.ar a. in. 10.10 p.rr
rmra oo i,.,m.hiii"
Arflfe .1 Hh.wni.el' ,M " ...r. H 1R
I HAI .
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prepared to U i ly cii.amn with th
quality ol
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
ORDERS lea at Halliday Ilrot. office, 7
omo I.XVXR. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tun 'Montauk" will briaK l
arwjijaHit) to aw anwn at any ueur.
Onr Home Advertisors.
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