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WATCHMAKER.
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKKK.
JI. novn
NO. 160 WASHINGTON AVENUE
ciino, i r M N o I f ,
tlx on hand
A FIXE STOCK OF WATCH BS,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
I'arlkulir attention given lo
ItEPAIUINU FINE WATCHES.
The largest stuck, of
COM) AND SILVER WATCH KS
tx tm cnr.
THE BULLETIN
JOHN II ODEM-V, Editor and Publishers
Thursimy, Mormso, Not. 30, 1871.
Tram or tnr. Diitt llci.if.nn:
ISultcription.)
O . week, by carrier 2
'Jne scar by carrier, In advance 10 00
-, Tionth, by null, '
Th'M rr.ontlit - 12 2
S i month - - 25
Oil year - - - 110
7 r.fftriattvpTnf Alrnn.ier nmntpmnd of the eity 0
uiiro; intoniyrHOrninfiuwvtnaoinncrn iuinc ,
11 umi'aicaAC juuvntu I "iiu,, cm. .K.rtrtvi w
tnnktn an all whitttt ot interest to the vuUiC :
vttk aUirrtnmtintreaniKl tirailttton. the tiulle-
tin tohnli the natronwie oi inttlUnent readert and
tnttrjmnng tiueinen men,
T11K DOLLAR WEEKLY HULI.KTIN.
John II. Obcrly Co. nave reduced the aub
scrii'tion price of the Weekly Cairo llulletln to
One DMar per annum, making It the cheapest pa
per published m Southern Illinois.
A New York Jferatd reporter speaks
of Mr?. Woodhull's blushes. Tltat re
porter must have a strong imagination.
Mrs. Amur. Sacik McFaiiland-
Richardson, says a Chicago paper, is
now located in that city, managing a
small printing office.
A new type of malarial fever, it is
said, has made its appearance in North
amton county, North Carolina. This
must be another diabolism of tho ku
klux. Let Grant declare martini law.
The proverbial slip between tho cup
and the lip was vesatiously experienced
by the just-a-little-too-cntcrprising
Demorctt, which appeared a week or so
ago with a full description of many of
the finest dresses tcorn at the 1all in
honor of Alexis.
The Mississippi and Alabama ku
klnx committee have discovered that
the mission of the klan, in the first
named state, is to destroy its educa
tional system, and, in the last-named, to
overthrow the Methodist church. This
U worse nnd more of it.
The New-York Tribune says " no
1 city in the union ofTcr.s such poor in
' ducements ns Xovr-York to looturom
' who have not achieved high distinc
' tion and witle reputation." And yot
Mrs. Woodhull's lecture on social free
dom was listened to by a crowded
house. Hut, perhaps, New-York isn't
particular ns to what sort of distinction
and reputation the lecturer has achieved.
The Chicago Pott Bays of John
Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, that
he is a man of culture and talents, and
the l'ost is right. Rut tho Pott is cer
tainly wrong when it personates the
character of Satan and intimates that if
Mr. Adams will fall down and worship
radicalism, all that he might behold
from that mountuiu of iniquity would
become hi for tho a skin1'.
The woman hufl age mo cutout, which
nt one time appmrtd to be gaining
strength and support from sources cal
culated to help it on to huccch, is fast
ftilHng into disrepute. The reasons for
this ate palpable, and aro to bo found
in the character of those who have late
ly constituted theim-elves lite leaders of
the woman's rights party. These, mar
shalled by the woman Woodhnll, of
New-York city, comprise the boldc.t of
the bold, the worst of the bad of the
ranks of feminine depravity. They are
women not only lost to all sense of in
nocence and virtue, but who ulorv in
their shame and trumpet it to the world
womeu who make it their pride that
they worship the senses au J praclico no
religion except that which allow them
licenso to live utitrainiucletl by any
moral restraiutB whatever. One of the
women who attempted to vote at the
New-York election informed the public
through her Iricnd Woodhuirs Weekly
taat " wheo she was a child Hhe had bo-
come au outcast from society from her
' worship of truth, which compelled her
to practice her belief in free love."
Good womeu pure women and there
are such who have been identified with
the woman iuflraj.e party naturally
fall away from such associations ns
these; htn:e tho field is left almost en.
tirely to the geueralship of this class of
leaders, and as all publio movements.
i . 1
junaKo, more or lei of
the character of those who
lead them, it is obvious that the
woman t party ought to lose prestige,
T " l" " "roait orull good women
that it has done ,0, Tho Woodhu
eptdemio must le allowed to run its
couree in tho nature of thing it ,U8t
coino to au end, Then, if good and
worthy womeu wish to, let them come
to f ho frout, but for the Bake of modostv
and purity and all the womanly virtue
. i '
1 jwTTlie wnr In llio wcit ngnlml "ilrutn
mew," orcomincrclnl trnvolcw, lias been
rconcnoJ. Accortllnc totlio St. l'nul cor
respondent of tlio Commercial Advertiser,
tlio "drummer" nro Meriting ngidnst llio
liccn-o fees tecnuo tlio demind is elniincd
to bo Mean', linvlnc been Irregularly en
forced. A '.est c.to eiiino up beforu llm
courts In which the "guorillns'1 trlutnjilicd.
This llceno feo Is no smnll item In the
travelers' mm ol expense', nnd tlioy wjre
right In Inking mlvntitiigc of the looseno's
of tlieluw, for which reason the test case
did not stnml. Mny St. Paul proQt ly this
little uxpnrienec nnd remedy tlt ll.iw.
tlMa. A dispntch from Little Cottonwood,
Utah, niys: "Tho snow, mi a level, U
six (vet deep. Residents of Attn City have
to dig themselves out of their dwellings.
Many of llio house nre buried in snow.
Tlio storm continue. A oung mnn
nnrncd Jenkins whs buried by uMiuwidldo
Wednesday, nenr the month of the Wel
lington mine, IIu was dug out by tho
miner nnd hurled on Thursday. Several
of the miner, while working for tho body,
were caught in slides and csenped with dif
ficulty.
Jaay-Miidttnio Cntncar.y, when sho re
ceived Alex!, wore a dress of gold, mndo
with n hnndsome train, nnd trimmed with
gold-colored sntln. On her right nrm sho
wore the famous doublo bnnd brncolct, ono
bond being on the wrist nnd tho other
above tho elbow, tho two joined by a
pair of most artistically nnd elaborately
wrought chains. Tho other ornnmcnts
wcro of plnln gold, nnd nbovc them nil
nnd completing tho picturo wns tho wealth
of golden hair, so long tho marvel nnd
envy of our belles.
BfSuTho young cadet nt West Point
who wns tho subject of hazing which
caused tho expulsion of two endets, was
one Deviitv, appointed by Koprcsentatlvo
Orr, ov Iowa. Devino would not hazo
worth n cent, and reiistnd nil attempts to
humiliate him. Ho wrote out charges
sent them to his father, who turnod thorn
over to tho congressman of his district
and they wcro soon before tho secretary of
war.
tk9" A gontleman travelling in Tonnes
see, just after tho close of tho war, over
heard the following conversation bctweon
two women of that country, who had been
in town nnd wcro returning homo on tho
cars: No. 1 " What has ycu In that pa
per?'1 Xo. 2 "Soda." No. 2 "Sod. 1
what's soda ?" No. 2" Why. don't you
know what soda is 7 that cro stuff what
you puts in biskits that makes 'cm git np
nnd hump themselves."
I6TA Louisville- (Ky.) girl, whose
bridal dress was satin and point lace, and
whoso train was carried up tho aislo by a
page, caused tho choir to sing, by her own
special request, during tho ceremony :
" Strip me of thu roliof pride,
tlnthe me wllh humility.''
055 A county clurkin Iowa recently re
ceived n nolo rending ns follows :
MlhTEIt Cl.URC Suit I.soo marrir
lisons to wunst for Mister and Mis
for sucumstnnccs requir 'cm to mnry
tile orf. They is old cnuff- ,
step mother and ant.
ZtS?" Wendell I'hillip says he has given
thirty year of his life to tho redemption
of a race, and if ho i. spared nnother ten
years he hopes to bo permitted togivullicin
to the redemption of every man who
work with hi9 hands.
CSyConl minediaturs area prevailing
evil, confined not to this country alone.
Eight minors wuro killed by a colliery ex
plosion in Rrom-.Tieh, England, and twen
ty men wore injured at anutber "dlsater "
near Haversford.
85yIt is an etnblished fact that there
is no other state In the world that occupies
it'clf so largely witli tho education of wo
men ns Russia. As much care is bestowed
upon tho higher cducitiou of girls ns of
boys.
Bay itochefort recently wroto a friend
that he fears, "nflur being condemned by
the republic, ho shall cxperlenco tho still
more turrlblu doom of pardon by thn em
pire." Tho reply is characteri'tie of the
ma -
Diif Hubert E. Lee, youngest xon of tho
lata (Itnoral It. E. Le, was married at
"Koeki-d, "O.-nngo county Virginia,
on tho 10th Inst., to .Miss Charlctto Jinx-
all, daughter of .Mr. It. Ilarton Hnxall.
C5?Tlio Iowu paper aro reloiclii" over
tho fact that fivo car loads of Xo. 2 wheat,
recently shipped from Albiu, sold for$l 32
(! bushel in St. Louis, it iitiotation ten
cent, nbovo that in Chicago in tlio jamedav
BSSf Thirty "Confederate Orphans' aro
Bm"B concerts mroiigiiout the South.
Twenty llvo of tlicin are girli. They sung
last week In Jtiehiiionil, Va.. niul nro
laid to liavo done wull very.
fta?" Ieaco jubilee (Jilnioro in taiil to
havo extorted original compositions for his
forthcoming maniotli musical festival
from most of tho great master! of Kuropo.
t8r It cosU Georgia $1 un hour to keep
Gov. llullock warm. Ills successor brag
that he can furnish hlmsolf with calico for
33J cents.
fSi. Clara Louiio Kellogg bai contrctod
to bewitch 'JO .San Francisco audianccn
for $10,000.
SQX AVinap-Snoot, chief of tho Urn-
atillii Indians, has given four Oollars to
tlio Wisconsin un"erers.
eST A prolific western parent has named
fuur daughteri May, Junto, Julya and
Augusta.
lf' A Clnciiitiatlan murrled the di
vorced wife of his own son,
F0KH1GNJ0TKS.
-.lulc. Ferry 1. 10 u t10 Kr.,nci. .,.
Ister to "Washington.
Tim Itappel newspaper has been sus
pended by the Frnch government.
Tlio bill for the criminal prosecution
of clergymen who abuse llio privileges
f their olllco ban been read a second time
In the Helchslug,
THE CAIRO DAILY
nrbllrntor between England nnd tlio
(.'tilted States In tho question of disputed
lino between tho latter country nnd Van
couver's Island.
Thrco l'rufslnn mcn-of-wnr nro to
proceed to Urnr.il to demand ntisfncUon
for thu maltreatment of k Gorman nnvnl
olllcor nnd two endcts during n street fight
in Itlo .Inneiro.
THE PASSIVE POLICY.
JOHN Q, ADAMS ENDORSES IT.
AN ELOQUENT AND A RLE LET
TER. Qhncy, Mass., Nov. 15, 1871.
.1. U'ltrrcn Kehey, Ksq.:
DeakSiii I received to-day your let
ter nsklng my opinion upon the proposition
of tho Missouri lltpubtican that llio dem
ocratic party nbstaln from making any
nomination for tho next presidency, pro
vided tlicv are nssttred that libcrnl repub
licans will go forwnrd and nominate a
candldoto In opposition to tho present in
cumbent. I nm sntisfled that such n courso
would bo wise nnd patriotic, nnd 1 should
bo glad to see tho democrncy concur in
sttsli n resolution. I regard tho present
administration as n national calamity, n
cont niinnco ol which should bo averted nt
almost any sacrifice; not becnuso it is rc-
Duhlicnn in no itics. uui occauso n is mean
in clinroctor, sordid in tone, ignorant, cor
rupt and arbitrary. Uecauso more tnnn
nny wo linvo had, it has disappointed tho
hopes nntl uoaucncu mo genorous aspirH-
tlonS 01 gOOU Ilion Ol ail jinnies, jjiuusc
Itisdoinir more to permanently disunito
the states than tho government of Jeffer
son Davis over did. Rccnuso its chief can
conceive no means of free government but
military force, nnd no motive of public ac
tion but private profit. Four years more
Of sucn education iniamuy paironngo nnu
martial law will so blunt tho keen sonsi
bilitlcs of popular liberty that our ignoblo
Incubus mlglit ns wen remain n uxiurc.
Sow 1 believe tnai mo ucmocraitc
party is powerless alono to roliovc us. I
think it is wiinoui nono oi carrying wis
next election. Hut, it lucre bo ft sanguino
man who suit nuties. even no is eano
enough to know mm mo vinn snnuow oi
his faith would Udo It ho did not Tcckon
in bis roll tho states lately in robollior.
and now liable to martial law, or some of
them. But tho votes of these states will
bo really at tho disposal of tho party
wlilcn controls congress to count or re
icct. because in ri'card to theso states, tin
hnnnilv nublic opinion at tho North is so
balanced that resolution adopted by
congress to reject their votes by reason of
alleged truua or vtoicncoporpciraicu upcn
a part of their constituency, would not bo
a manifest outrugo upon decency nnd frco
government. Men of respectability and
character might bo found to defend it.
Public sentiment would not instantly
spring erect to mako it infamous. It is
posslblo that this thing may be dono, be
cause mon soldom fool tho tyranny of their
own party to bo despotism. It is proba
ble that ft will bo uono if necessary, be
cause tho mmc feeling, of on urgency ox
Ming to subdue a threatened reaction, has
reconciled myriads of good citizens to
tho manifest violation of tho wholo spirit
of our institutions which mark all tho
road from 1805 to tho present day, can bo
relied upon to sutler ono crowning neces
sity more. It would be with usns it wns
in tho ancient days when tho dreaded
detriment to the republic outweighed tho
certain danger to liberty. I havo no
doubt that if tlio votos of any of tho states
I havo referred to wcro necessnjy to elect
tlio democratic candidate, they would bo
thrown out in counting. A mere majori
ty, even if it could bo mastered, will not
be permitted to elect u democrat to bo the
next nrcsfient. Votlifiiir vll tlin ra-
mnin but civil war or submission to n
usurnor. nnd It is difficult to determine
which alternative would inflict tho moro
irreparable injury upon tlio habit of freo
government.
To dismiss an incompetent official und
avoid it government crisis, the Mhsouri
policy otters tlio only reasonable possi
bility which is offured. Should it succeed
it might command it support nt tho North
of such n weight und character thai men
would no longer iook upon llio opposition
as tho mere stalking-horse of n prowling
rebellion, watching its chance to bring in
a "whito man's government." It might
conccntrato a forco of public opinion
which would sutler no tampering with tho
voto, and comblno tho kcaltered sutl'rages
which, united, would dispel the dull nomi
nation at Washington, and iustal a fltmun
in the Whilo House.
Hut, while I frankly avow my partiality
for tho tiroicct, I do not blink tho very se
rious obstacles to its adoption. It must
suuduu tlio pride ot party nnu break the
bands of party discipline. Sow there are
lew more obstinate passions than tuosenti-
ineiitiil ilevothm which men oiler to that
vague abstraction, party glory; ami not
many of tho creeds of theologv nre as des
potic as a "platform.'' It will to ndilllcult
task to bring a pnrty yet glowing with tho
recollection ot n mighty putt, nnu out now
burning with nuticfputlons of n great fu
ture, to yield tlm head of tlio column and
the command of tho field to allies who
were ycttcrday enemies. Nor is thureauy
strong guaranty that those allies will not
flinch at thu last. Party leaders ato seldom
famous for tho high moral courage which
can abide unshaken thu stern pressure
that forbids thu rupture of party ties. Uut
it they tbiru tling down the gauntlet for a
duel to tho death with the president, it
might bo posslblo for thu democracy to
rise to tho height wheru the humiliation of
thu partisan in lo-t in the mtisfaetion of
thu patriot.
But it It, charged that tho sacriflco will
bo vain, or worso will turronder the
wholo seheino of democratic liborty, baro
and bound, to its enemies. I do not so
forbodo tho event. 1 cannot boliovo that
tho protest against n dictatorial govern
ment can lo weakonod by joining n band
which deserts it because it in hostilo to
civil liberty. "Will enomics of corruption-In-offlco
disband because thoy unite with
those who have slckoned nnd "turned away
from tho sight of corruption ? Can friends
of tho constitution preservo and protect it
moro strenuously by refusing to hold up
thoir hands who havo forsaken their own
frionds rather that deface it further?
It seems to me, on tho contrary, that
tho strength of the support which this
movement would bring lo the rescue of
tho principles of domocracy would bo in
exact proportion to tho s'overety of the
blow to tho prido ot tlio domocratio party.
For those principles must bo dear Indeed to
men who can abandon for them an ancient
and honored name, and not less precious
to thoso who dare to follow thorn, over,
through tho scorn, contempt and obloquy
which Await political treason.
For my part I shall bo glad to humbly
help the coming of any government, so
that its viows may bo elevated, Its action
ictulligent and puro, and its guide tha
constitulion, no matter by whom it may bo
administered.
You aro at liborty to mako such uso as
you may think proper of this letter, pro
vided alwajs that you let It bo cloarly un
derstood that I profess to hpeak for no ono
but
Your obi'dieiilservant,
I. I J, Adams,
THE VEXED (JUEMION IN I'RANCK.
Leone Leoni writes: " I give tho unec
tloto for whnt it is worth; I And It In a
BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1871.
Thiers. One of the first questions the lat
ter niKcu was: wnat sort or servants
havo you In America?' Miss Soward
was ratiior conmunueil; sho did not know
whether Mme. Thiers meant to Inquire
if tho servants woro Chinese, Japnticse,
negroes, Irish, Scotch, natives, Gormans,
Senccns, Iroquois, Choctaws, Cherokees,
or Sioux; nnd Miss Scwnrd stood with
gaping mouth in tills motloy procession
pnssod through memory, sho uncertain
which head, wlilcn color, which raco to
servo up to Mme. Thiers. Tho latter nt
last took compassion on Miss Scwird's
stupefaction and asked; 'Aro they
rogues 7' Miss Seward replied : 'Dame
Servants in America aro like servants
everywhero; some of them steal, others
don't.' Mme. Thiers said: 'Hero all of
them nro rogues, I nm obliged myself to
lockup everything nl'tor meals; if I did
not, meat, liquors, dessert, everything
would disappear.' At tho Tullcrics it
was found noccssary to sow up the pock
ets of the servants to prevent their steal
ing. Had tho pockets not been sowed up
guests would hnve gotten nothing on bail
nights. JScfore this measure was adopted
champagne, pies, chickens, often pieces of
pinto " disappeared In tho pockots. Tho
los, however, did not fall on tho civil list ;
ail tlio services even to tho furnishing ice
cretm of tho emperor's household were
farmed out at an agreed por diem."
World.
CIVIL BEKVICK RlfORM.
Tho detail of George William Curtis'
plan for a civil sorvlco reform havo not yet
been made public; but itis understood that
the report takes the cround that concrcis
has given tho president all the power
noeded to Instituto and carry out tho pro
visions of a wise and efficient system for
tne compioto reconstruction or our civil
service, anu, moreover, tnai tor any laii-
ttro to adopt and carry out such a scheme
l to president alono must bo Held rcsponst
bio. This puts a very considerable respon
slbility upon tho shoulders of tho presi
dent, riicrotore. tiiocnuso ol civil rctorm
rests in great part with Grant for Us ad
vancement. t;an we expoct anytntng
practical from him on tho ovo of another
national canvass, with hlmsolf aenndidnto
for re-election 7
INNUHANCK,
W. H. MOnitIP,
It. It. CANUKK
rvnary rootle,
Nu. Pub. and l;.B. Ccu.
UULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
CCIDENT, LIFE,
I-ErSaR.NCE3I
JKT5A, HARTFORD,
AmpI. $.",SI'J,J0t 1)7
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets... 3,783,000 C".
HARTFORD, CONN.,
Assets.. 2,m,:10 7
rUOINIZ, HARTFORD,
Assets.. 1,781,118 8C
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Acteta 1,39,338 17
I'UTNAU, HARTFORD,
Aneta..,
. 706.0S7 Ot
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
A i set .'.11,073 8S
HOME, COLUMI1UH,
Ai.et .'..'..K IS
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aciets COion (X)
COSNKOTIOVT MVTUAJ. MFK.
Ael 30,OHO,000 W
TRAYELKK'h, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Aoti l.WO.O'O 'X
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Afet- WO.OfOI.
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Aenels 030,662 M
S AFFORD, M0"RRIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio I.vre,
City National Hunk, CA1IK), 11,1..
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1ST S TJ JE& -A. IST
COHPAim-Nt
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
At II, 3,J1C ?f
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Aet I,,72I 7S
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Aacta 720, & 09
KEI'UIILIC, N. T.,
Ansel s 7M.025 (Xi
Ccnpriaing the Underwrite' Agency.
TONKERH, N. V.,
Aieti 67f,l6l U
AI.llANV CITY,
ai tn iv), m zi
firemen's fund, h. k.,
Aaneti C7,'KiO W
REUUIUTY, N. Y. MARINE,
SIOKK, Dwelling", Furniture, llnlln nnd Cat
Itoea, lnured at ra'es n favorable, n aoiiml,
permanent xecuritv will warrant.
I reniiectliilly ax'k oi the citijena of Cairo, n
e hare ol their patronage,
V. TV. HVflllK
a AH t'lTTKHN.
F. H. 3IUHKAV,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAH REMOVED VROM TERRY HOUSE
TO TUi
BKICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
orrosiTX winter's block,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
II K has xreatly improred bis stock, and ha
I J. now on hand all kinds of
CHANDELIERS, HRACKETK,
TENDENTS,
(11.011 EH,
HALL LIOHTS,
BHADKS, ETC.
HE HAS MARKED DOWN 1'KIOES
o the Inreat II? Ins; figures, and he Inrltes Ihs
patronage of tha public,
EL DOltADO
DILLIAHD SALOON AND BAH
KOOM.
JOHN OATEN, I'roprlelor.
lee U immcrcial Arenue, CAIIto, 1I.LIN0I4J
rtest brand of California Clears Just received
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the. bat of
tables i and bar supplied wuj, wines, lnuora
ami cigars of the finest brands,
LEGAL NOTICE.
JU Klltrldae, plalntlll, has commenced b no
t on to erftt n il atress lor rent acalnst Joseph
llayllss, defendant, In the circuit court ol Alex.
Biider county, In the Mate of Illinois, and that
llio timo and place of the return of summons in
... " Monday in January, I7'J,
at thu coutt home In Cairo, Illinois. " 1
i it r a o i) h.
Tl. FALL-WINTER.
'72
C. II AN NY.
sAKGE STOCK.
IIROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
TIGKIKG-a.
CHECKS,
AND
STRIPE S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTUS,
OASSIMERS,
E1XiN"CT-BXJS.
BLACK ALFAOAS
AMD
LUSTERS,
OROS OJtAIN SILKS,
I'OI-I.INN.
iAKUE STOCK OF CARPETING,
OIL CLOTnS,
MATT I NO,
Window NlinUci,
OILT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
IIU EntlroSlocIi Xow ( 1o1iik Out
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8t1I ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AY.,
Cnlro, Illinois.
f ntltf
.MI I.I.I M.HY.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
SiatlTII-ST., I1ET. WA!IIINOTON AND COM
MERCIAL-AYEN V EH,
It now receiving bentitiful atortment of
Fall Millinery Goods,
iDcludln Hata and Shape of the lateM dtjle
Rlbbr, I'lowen and Ialher.
Mr. I.aiiR 'rill alio ahow cuntomera the Urge
aelecllon of
Woolen Yarns
To te found in the city.
DLEACHINO
AND PREtSINU
ORDER.
DONE ro
CENTRAL ELEVATOR.
yiTK hao re-opened the Central Elevator, and
If arc now preparcu lo iiamne gram iiii uii
patch nt reductl mm. k lollou :
For receivini; bulk grain, Hclghlnz in and out,
including live davx' at'triue. '.c ner tmihel.
For alilng and tr.in.-ler un h:ilf cent addi
tional. For each ten dayi after the flrnt llto one-halt
cent iter annuel.
J. a i:. nrcKiNniiAM.
Cairo, III., Not. 8, 1871. no-V-S0!.
DISSOLUTION.
NOriCF. IS IIKHKIIV Oivnx, That the Co
Partnership here.oloro exUtlna between W. II
'lliotr.l.,". K. W. dreen ami (i. M. Amen, uniler
tho tlrm name of Thoma, Green A Alden, ha
tlil (lay been dissolved, bv tho tnulual consent
ot all the parllei vrticernel. The bunnes will
liercalter bo conducted by V. II. lhov.a and (..
M. Alden. under the tlrm nam,, nf Ttinma. Ac
Alden, by whom al1 tho business ol the old tirm
win ihs semen, w. n, tiiom ,
K. W. (lltEKN,
(J. .M. AI.DEN.
Caiso, Iit.,Nov.20, 1671-tf.
WlIOLKflAIiE CnoCEKH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GttOCERS,
OHIO LEVEE
C! A I II O . I 1. 1, I . O I fi .
Atto, kep constantly on hand a most com
plete atock of
LIQUORS-
SCOTCH AND HUSH WHISKIES
-ti I N S,-
1'ort, Mnderin, Sherry and Cntnwba Wines
R SMYTH A CO. celuxcluslTely for cash, to
i which fact they invito the especial atten
tion of close barium buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orders
DOOIIN. hASIS. KTCi
W. W. THORN TON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TENTH STREET,
OAIItO ILLINOIS,
FOR J
Doors, Hab, Bllnda. Mouldlns;,
Estvelntt'ra,(wood)n'lDlowtnd Ilooj
rrstmesi, rioorliitr, I.ath,
NtilnRloa, Ued Nnali, tilaicd Hide
I.lgbta, Cllaacd TrniiNom,
Naals WelRht, Nnali Pulllesj rtud Cord,
sllltid I'mtlPiilnKH, Itoofinir
Fell, Itoollntr Coiiietil, lMniilrrlnK
1'iilier, Cnriirt 1II, Wlille
Lend, I.tiiHtnl Ull, Auiorlrnu M'tiulow
CIIiisjn, KiikUkIi iinilt'ri'iicli
Plnle UIuhh, I'lilly, iJInzler'n 1'uIiiIh
Hover IMpea l'nleiit t'llltuiieya,
Etc., Etc, KIC.
OF.NTH tor ItocU Itlver Paper Companj'a
L tihealhinit Felt ami Quarts Cement.
00 TO
Jloolinr. MtrAVf no
IinoTN AND NIIOES.
WILLIAM EIILERS,
Fashionable
HOOT ANU SHOE MAKER,
TWHNTIKTII HTItUKT,
Urtwrcn VKlnnKtou Aronuc and Poplar Street,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Hoots anJ Shno Made to Order.
Flnp Workmen Kmplojred.
Hatl'factlon Warranted.
Patronage Mollcited.
CITY SHOE STORE
hoop; skirt factory
sole Aotxci roa
'BROLASKI'S"
CUSTOM-MADE
BOOTS AND SHOES
omtnrrelnl Avenue, Corner of Eighth
Htrcel,
Cairo, Illinois.
r ARTICULAR ATTENTION I'AID TO ALL OR-
DERH FOR HOOI'RKIRTH AND SIIOK".
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPANY.
Is prepared to supply customer with thi bi
quality o.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
ORIIKKS ten at Ilalllday Dros. office, 70 OHIO
I.KVKK, or at the Coal Yard below the hi.
inane iioiei, will receive prompt attention.
THETlTd "3IONTAl!K,rwllltirlni coal ato
r
sine steamer ai any nour.
ocSJlf
NEWNI'AI'ER
THE NEW YORK
EVENING POST
Oil ib7S.
Ulcus iti:in i:ic
We will supply the Etening Tost as lollowsi
DAILY.
One year JI2 W
for snorter rfrioi fi ,r rnontli
WEEKLY.
Sintfle Copy one )enr It 50
Five Copies " " 7 l)
Ten ' w to
Twenty" " - tow
HEM 1-WEEK LY.
filngle Copy one year 3 0
Five Copies " " w ii lo
Ten Copies " " to tj
Or we trill send thn lollonlnc periodicals to
sttuscriuers, in connection witn tne t.uniny uir,
With With
Weekly Semi-Weekly
Kveninu 1'ost. Ktenlnz Post.
Harper's Weekly. ..tl to cu)
narprr a uaiar -sou aw
Harper a Stasrine 1 60 CM
Kvery tiaturuay .5 00 6 60
Atlantic Monthly Ul 6 60
Our Young Folks 3 U) 4 60
henbner's Monthly 4 6y (, w)
I he Oalnxy t 00 fi 60
Tne AKricuuurist :i w j to
Hearth and Home 3 7; & j"
Christian union J M sw
To each auhscr bertothe.'tiifn7 7band CArti.
'ion Union for one year will be. aent two exquisite
French Oil Chro-nos, entitled "Wide Awake" and
"Fast Aslcp," which are worth at retail 110 for
the oair.
TllYITl THY IT 1 1
For Scents we Mill send the Weekly Evening
I'ost from new until January 1, or for Jorents we
will tend the semi Weekly I'osi durlnx the same
time.
Specimen tifmhers of the Ktening post sent
free.
Address W M. C. 1HITA.NT, 4 CO.
e" Vnrk.
JIUTCI-rJl).
CENTJIA, MEAT MARKET.
IvOEIILER & BROTHER
Have reopened the
POI'l'I.AR HEAT MARKET,
COMUEKCIAE-AV.,
netweeu "lulh and Tenth Htreela,
tnd will keep constantly on hand tne best meat
slaughtered in theCalru market. They delyrom.
petition. (Jive them a trial. aeptiltf
JAMES KYN ASTON,
aulclier and Denier In oil Itlndx Freuli
Meal,
Coaxta .Ni.CTr.NT,i axp Portu SmriT,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
BUVa and slnushters only the very lst cattle,
hois nnd sheep, and Is prepared lo rill any
demand for fresh meats from on pound to ten
thousand pounds. de-'iOlf
JAKE WALTER,
BUTOHER
AMD DtlLIB IN
. E RES II MEAT,
Eiohth Street, IJetween Wabhinoton
and Commercial avenues,
Adjoining Hlttenlionae fc llanay'a,
Keep tho best of Itcof, Pork, Mutton, Veal
htmh. fjiimnn..!. mnA am nMn.iwl tn .....
oilliens In the most areentahle mariner. ag-BO
PAINTEItH.
MOOKE & MATHEWS,
IIouso, Sign and Ornnmontal
PA.INa?"ERS,
AKO
Ileeorntlve PnnerhaiiKlDir, Kalaoiuln
tug, etc,
Done In tho highest style ol the art, and a
rates thatdely competition.
SHOP IN PERKY nOUSE, CORNER Or 8TH
JOMMINMION AND I OH.M AUDI.
,i."'mV pmLLii'S & co.,
Ifluccusors to K, II. Hendrlcktr Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
WIIAHF-BOAT PJtOl'METOKS
4r5pa,Lll.er Adrance in
"-" Conslanments,
Ar prepared to receive, store am orward
fr-lKhla to alt folntaand buy sr.U
sell on commission,
'"Business attended lo promptlT
B. r.sLiis ... naaia.
PAKKElt fc HLAKE,
WALL TAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, net-alar, Osiaollsit?,
"WI3STIDO-W Q-LAS8.
WINDOW SHADES,
Ami tha celebrated illumination
AUltOHA OIL.
IIIIOSH' HL'II.DING, COll. llTH-ST. A COM-
jtr.nciAi.-AV.
Cairo,
atiir2Clf
Illinoik.
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
1XD
FOK W A It Dl N O M EHC1IA ' TH,
i!r
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS kor FAIHUANK'S SCALES
18 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
CLOSE ti VINCENT.
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
Ceuikt, Plaster Paris,
i0
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
SDoraer Elfbth Htreet assd Ohio IyTO
CAIRO, ILL.
I. II. MATH CM. K. C. L'lIL
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
FOBWABDI1T&
AND (IKM'.ltAL
COMM ISSION Tl-'R CHANTS,
DEALERS IN
"FXiOTJTB, 0R-IN.
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
No. Of OHIO LEV EE,
Betueen Pixtrth .1 SutK St,., CAIRO, ILL.
aug dAwtf
W.Stratton. T. Hlrd
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Successors to titration, Hudsos A Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
axii
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
ar-Annts of American Powder Co., and man
facturers sgsnts for cctton yarn-
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
FLOUR
AID
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo, Illinois
JOHN . PIIILLIS,
(Successor to Pnrker ft Phl'.lis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AMD
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
Aan
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEEJ
CAIRO, ILL.
FAMILY UROCEIUEfl.
LOUIS JORGENSEN,
Dealer in all kinds of
STAPLE AJSD FANCY
GROCBBIBa
rarmer'a Yard assd Hlabllna:
WITHOUT CIIAKQK.
Cor, Washiogton-av' and Twentioth-st.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
ty"Tiltf
aKOt'KBIEM AND DRY OOODH.
WILLIAM KLUGE,
DEAUR IN
FAMILY GROCERIES,
DRY-GOODS,
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Has Just received a heavy stook of Hoots an4
bhoeg, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie also hss a fine stock" of Family Groceries el
every kind.
CORNER SIXTn-ST. AND COMMEU
CIAL-AV.,
avev
t-'AIRO, ILLINOIS

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