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Tftfe CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JULY 21, 1872
JOIN H. OBKKLT. Miter- d Pobllibw.
JtJLT 31, 1872
7,1m o tii Dan Bctwtmi
Ji moelh. by mall I?
Tnre ",h ZZ'"ZZTi M
8 t moBiM. ;
o jj rear. .-
the dolia wmk.lt bulleti.
John H. Oberlr Co. hare reduced the aob.
Mrtetioa swH of Weekly Cairo Bolletl to
OmVpSTmrnm. roaklnr it th cheapen p"
mNhtKl laBontheni Illinois.
of New York 5
fOB VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY Or STATE.
TOR AUDITOR OF rCRLIC ACCOUNTS,
DANIEL 0 HARA.
FOR 8T ATI TREASURER.
FOR ATTORNEY GrNERAL.
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOB CURE SCPREXE CO CRT NORTHERN
TOR CLERE SITREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERE Or SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. W1LBANKS.
the Radical leaden aro organizing for
this kind of a campaign, and the captain
of thotr Black Thug, Fete Conway, ha
already announced that colored Greeley
men tnuit bo socially ostracised, and that,
if in this way they cannot be driven into
th'o Grant camp, they must be driven from
tho city I
Senator Looan is in Utah, rusticating.
Mator Hall, of New York city, in
hit late message to the Board of Alder
raea,uyi the city priion it a diigrace to
New York, the American nation and the
Hon. Charles McElrath, State Au
ditor of Minnesota, has renounced Grant
Ism and will support Greeley and Brown.
Tsui, one after another, Grant's former
supporters ire leaving him.
Mb. Lincoln's first Cabinet consisted of
Seward, Chase, Cameron, Welles, Blair,
Smith and Bates. The two last named are
dead. Cameron is for Grant. Chase,
Welles and Blair aro for Greeley. Who
is Seward for?
Catacazt's attack on old Fish, of the
Federal State Department is printed in
tha New York 'Herald' of the 16th init
and fills eleven columns, small type,
Life is too short to read such long articles,
no matter how racy they may be.
Mr. T. F. Bocton, editor of the Jones-
boro 'Gazette,' announces his desire to be
come a member of the lower bouse of the
General Assembly of this Slate, from this
district. If Union determines to tend
Bouton and Hunsaker to the lower house
and Townes to tho Senate, and the Radi
cals send Inscore, of Anna, to tho lower
house, Union will exhibit wonderful bash-
fulness, and manifest an unmistakablo
disposition to take no more than it can get.
A London correspondent of a Man
chester Journal, says: "On Monday, the
covers which concealed tho throne and
royal chairs ot state in tbo House of Lords,
were removed in honor of a visit from
Miss Nellie Grant, daughter of the Presi
dent. This is a compliment which has
never been paid to a royal visitor. The
throne, etc., is always covered up during
the debates, except upon occasions when
bills receive the royal consent by commission,"
Tiie John Dougherty who bolted from
the Republican convention of Union
county the other day and called a conven
tion of his own, is Hon. John Dougherty
Lieutenant Governor of Illinois. Mr,
Dougherty has Congressional aspirations,
and the convention of his own county in
structed against him and for Ike Clem-
menu. This insult angered the old hero,
and he proposes to appeal from a packed
caucus to the honest muses of his party.
We have applauded the course in Greeley
and other honest Republicans, and we
can't therefore withhold our applause from
Dougherty. We advise the Radical leaders
if they know what is good for themselves
to placate the old man. He is suscepti
ble to thesoothlng influences of soft soap,
and tbo Radicals had better wasto a quan
tity of that cheap material than suffer
defeat. The Governor will become tract
able if he is handled with discretion.
HON. D. W. VOORHEES.
This gentleman was nominated for Con
gress in his old district on the 18th inst.
In accepting the nomination, be made an
elaborate speech in which he expressed
his determination to support Greeley and
Brown and do all in his power to secure
Tbo speech of the Indiana orator was
dignified and able, but it sounded like the
wail of an unfortunate in pain and hopeless
misery. "I will talk to you," be said to
tho convention, "as if I was seated at your
hearthstones, and if the outside world is
listening, I trust it will hear nothing of
which we may hereafter be ashamed."
Alter this preludo the orator entered
upon a discussion of national politics, and
came to the wiso conclusion that it is the
duty of all patriotic Democrats to bow to
the decision of tho Baltimore convention
and support Greeley and Brown.
Tho conclusions arrived at by Mr.
Yoorhee are, as we have indicated, wiso
conclusions, but there runs through his
address a vein of Bourbonism that will
delight the men who cling with surprising
affection to the corpse of dead issues. He
cannot forget the past. He lingers over It
sadly, and would, if he could, invoke its
ghosts and horrible nightmares to plague
us in the present. But let us not quarrel
with his reasoning since it leads him into
the fellowship of tho Democrats who stand
to-day in the van of events leading parties
into tho discussion of tho vital issues of tbo
Ix his recently Greeley speech Mr
Voorhees eloquently said : "In ono sense,
'very man turns his back upon the past
with the dawn of every new day and
'the incoming of its new duties and re
sponsibilities. Ho who lives to accom
'plish the true work of life, lives "In the
'present and with his face to tho future,
However well his work of yesterday is
'done, be cannot waste the remaindorof
1 his days in its contemplation. Ho must
'listen to the voices that bid him on, and
'obey the hands that beckon him for-
Mr. Pete Conway, the mobutical nig.
ger the captain of Major Munn's polit
leal Thugs-denies through the columns
of the 'Sun' that he has endeavored to In
ciU violence against the Grceloy colored
raanoftbjsclty. Fete adds to tho dUpo
altion of a rowdy the habits of a man who
cannot tell the truth. In the Colored
Grant and Wilson club he declared that
ha would not associate with Elder Shores
and that the Elder should bo driven from
lb) city because he was a Greeley man
Gladney, a colored man who has almost
enough Intelligence to be a Greeley man,
following Conway rebuked him for his in
cendiary language and read him a lesion
Tux Grant negroea of North Carolina,
last week, assaulted one Greeloy negro and
attempted to assassinate another and bis
family. This Is a part of tha programme
f violence and kukluxlsm the Grant men
art Inaugurating throughout the entire
smutry. Arguments among the blacks
Will Bet avail, and thorefore they are let
tUf feBMtfctlr aisassici. H,re In Cairo,
WHAT WE DID SAY.
Tho 'Sun' says Mr. Oberly said in a
speech at Centralia the other night that
thore was an ignorant sot of negroes in
Cairo, but that Greeley would get half
their votes. Wo did any, in a speech at
Centralia made last week at a Greeley and
Brown ratification mooting, that in Cairo,
as well as elsowhero, tho negroes were still
laboring under the disadvantages of that
ignornnco which slavery had Imposed upon
them, and that, being thus ignorant, they
would not be reasoned with and were led
about by Radical politicians. We added,
that, when a colored man become educated
he became liberal; that our observation
had led us to believe thero was reason to
fear tho effects of tho negro vote now, It
being cast at tbo dictation of bad wbito
men, but thoro was no doubt in our mind
that, when wo bad educated tho negro,
as we were in duty bound, tho ballot in
bis hand would not endanger tho liberties
ol the Republic, and wo rojoiced thercforo
that tho Democratic party, at Baltimoro,
advancing with events, had declared it
would defend tho Fifteenth amendment
against assault that n ever, for ono, would
wo, without protest, soethocolorcd man do
prlvodofthe ballot. Wo know that the
colored men of Cairo tho great majority
of thorn do not read, do not think
know absolutely nothing about tho charac
tor of our government, and aro suscepti
ble of manipulation by designing Radical
politicians. Wo aro awaro of tho fact,
that tho prcsont generation of colorod
men, as a mass, will vote against all tho
principles ol government wo believe vital
and be a disturbing clcmont in the Re
public; but, tho Republic sinnod against
i'gnv when It permitted slavery, and it
must now endure tho penalty. It must
suffer patiently. In time all will be well.
The principle of impartial suffrage has
become a part of the conbtitutlon, no mat
ter how, and ruuit not bo dliturbed. It ii
a correct principle, to be defended, if needs
be, In the ultlmato tribunal of war. Tho
voice raised to uniottlo it should bo
drowned In tho clamor of all tho Mends
01 we uoctrine of political equality.
THE GENTLE JACK.
Our attention, which has been dlrMi
of lato day, to tho sublime spectacle of
u. unn marshalling his Thug, for battle,
, communication of
our inena, Mr. jack Winter, in the Sun
a newspaper published In this citv In
which communication of our friend, the
aforesaid Jack, we aro sfaamofully abused
and horribly misrepresented.
Our friend for by that endearing name
wo must be permitted to address Jack
our friend says The Bulletin has un
truthfully asserted that there is no diffi
culty between the Democrats and Liberals
of Cairo. Can It bo that in this matter
we have been mistaken 7 It Is possible,
but heaven forbid I We aro so unsophis
ticated ; we have not yet learned tho ways
of this wicked world. Here we have
been going about for months in the lond
belief that the Democrats and Liberals of
Cairo were on the most friendly terms,
and were getting on "as snug as friendly
'bugs In a coxy rug; " but now comes In
our friend Jack, and with his iconoclastio
hand shatters our blissful belief into frag
ments. Well, well; this is the way of
the world; and indeed we may add, that
'twas always thus from childhood's hour;
we saw our fondest hopes decay, we nevor
loved a Liberal man but he was sure to
fade away. We are flung into dlspaln.
We have not, allow us, 0 1 gentle Jack I
to say, any objection whatever to your
using your " prerogative and right " to
use your Influence for your friend, Jones I
Go in, for tbo love of all that is sacred in
friendshipl Cling to Jones; fasten your
oul to his soul as with hooks of steel ; be
to him as a brother and remain faithful to
the end, so that when in the agony of
grief we gather about your common tomb
we may say, as it has been so beautifully
said of Jonathan and David: "They
were lovely in their lives and In
death they were not divided I"
Indeed and indeed, we have no quar
rel with this man, Jack Winter I We
have endeavored by the most persistent
course of friendly conduct to conciliate
him, but he remains firm In his determin
ation to quarrel to quarrel with us, who
are possessed of the most gentlo disposi
tion in the world and would not for all the
wealth of Ophirand Ind cngago in a con
troversy with any person on any subject.
Now, this is sheer cruelty on tho part of
tho vencmous Winter, and his conduct is
unbecoming a high-toned Liberal. While
ho was a Radical wo expected littlo from
him. "Wo wore not surprised at his quar
relsome disposition, at tho fact that he was
always wrangling, fighting, dictating,
bolting, abusing bis fellow-partisans and
raising the devil generally. We looked
upon such conduct as the natural result of
of Radical affiliation; but when
our inena, tne must allow us
to speak of him tbusl when our
friend, impolled by the throbbings of
his patriotic heart and his detestation of
all that is dishonest and base and mean,
panting for reform in tho government
and longing for tho dawn of tne day of
pure morals, uprightness and strict hon
esty when, we say, our friend, to aid in
tho obtainment of these noble ends, left
the foul party of Radicalism and becamo a
Liberal, we believed ho4would becomo as
gentlo as a lamb be the lamb-llko Win
ter, and in peace and good fellowship,
gambol (pruy, do not understand us to say
gamble), gambol with us in tho green
pastures and by the pleasant steams of po
litical amity. Alas I wo were mistaken.
Instead of a lamb, wo have cauebt in
Jack a wolf, who in his ferociousness per
sists in tearing our innocent flesh with his
blood-loving teeth. Whore is the shep
herd to rescue us from this raging beast
to take it from the Liberal fold
and lot it loose again among the Radicals ?
Come, Fopo ; como Munn ; come Hurd
wo appeal to you; help us In our distress I
We havo Wolf Winter by the hind legs.
Wo shall perish if wo hold fast to him ;
wo shall be devoured if we let him go.
Thereforo we cry in agony across to our
Radical friends, and be them to come
over and help us to relax our grasp from
the "gentlo Jack." Wo invoke them to
stand not upon tho order ot their coming
but to come at onco. Wo are In a hurry 1
ST. LOUIS NOTES DURING A
BY QUI LP.
After an absenco of sis months, I paid
a week's visit to the Pride of tho Wost,
scarcely less vondeful In lu magnificent
development, than tho rosurrocted Chi
cago from fire and ashes. Stone, brick,
mortar, timber, carpenters, .masons, deco
rators, in every locality, even boyond
tho suburbs, present an active scene which
must be Inspocted to bo realized, as to its
present and futuro 'bearings. Caronde
let and St. Louli, forming one munici
pality, will shortly also bo ono continued
line of business and dwelling houses ;
magnificent residences aro boing erected
on tho high grounds, and when the villas
and chateaux and ornamented pleasure
grounds are laid out with the tasto that
distinguishes so many of tho cultivated
professional and commercial men of 3t.
Louis, tho panoramic view from tho river,
with steamers gliding up and down the
rlvor, will be one of almost matchless
and ever varying beauty. Tho distance
from tho city court houto to Carondelet
proper, is six miles. St. Louis extends
north, from tho centerabout the tamo dis
tance, making a direct line of twelve
miles from the northern to the southern
extremity of the corporation. From the
Missiisippl levee to the eastorn boundary
is between four and flvo mlles
(forty blocks), and still she has unlimited
space in three directions to spread herself,
and to become what she is inevitably
bound to be, the Queen City and emporium
of tho West. One of tho largest and most
commodious buildings in course of erec
tion is the new 'Republican' printing
bouse, on the corner of Third andChcsnut
streets, Ave stories in height, all of tho
outside material being of Iron, including
iron roof. Tho outside work is being com
pleted in Norman style.and ii, as for as hu
man hands can make It, fire proof. The
establishment, when In running order,
with its job rooms, book rooms, press
rooms, bindery, news, editorial, reporters
rooms,; etc., will, in its thoroughness and
grandeur, be unequalled in tbo West, if
not in the United States, Harpers, of
New York, though a publishing house,
scarcely surpassing it.
Tho view from the beautiful rotunda of
the court house, of this great city, lying
mapped out at your feet, the river like a
silver lino in the distance as far as the eye
can reach, tho beauty of tbo scenery in
every direction, exclto speechless wonder,
and is very npt to fill the heart and eyes
at the same time the one with rapture,
and the other with filmy drops. But I
fear you will think the foregoing guam
suf as variety seems to be just now the
order of The Bulletin.
Yours Respectfully, &c.
Cairo, July 19, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
J0H MIMIM! ARB rsJMWAKBIflCI.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lovce, CAUtO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(BucceMort to E. I). Undrlc A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adtancemenu mule
Are prepared to recelre, ttoro and forward
freights to all point and buy and
sell on commlmon,
WBinlnen aitended to promptly.
Z. D. MAT1IUS9.. , E. C .UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
AND HEX ERA I.
C O M M I S S I ON M E It C HANTS
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
SO. AS OHIO LEVEE.
After the great race at Saratoga yester
day, old John Harper said, as bis bone
wheeled to start in the race, ho struck his
fore leg with his hind one on the heel, and
grabbed the plate, which nearly threw
ijongieuow aown, dui teeing mm run on
so rapidly afterwards, without showing any
signs of Injury, ho supposed that nothing
material bad occurred. When the hone
stopped at the end of the contest he was
very lame, and came near falling at every
step. As he hobbled to tbo stand and
thence to tho stable, It was discovered that
his plate was doubled under tbo foot, that
his ankle was sprained and the back sinew
broken. Tbo horse bad tho mark of the
hind fool on the quarter at tho heel, one
Inch and a quarter in length, cnouch to
have cut half of tho heel off, and tho anklo
was swollen to an immense size. Long-
leiiow wouiu not put nts loot to tno ground
but held it up as if in great misery. Tho
muscles of the fore arm beinc in constant
agitation the horio, in the opinion of horse-
men, is irretrievably ruined as a race bono,
and will nover again be ablo to contend
on me tun.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Saccettor toStratlon, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE &, VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Eighth Ntrel and Ohle Eevee
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
VT. M. Williams, .Ias. Kinsley,
Late of Vickiburff, Mii. Lt ot Cin'tl,
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
FOItWARDINO AND COMMISSION -
65, OHIO LEVEE,
TRAFFIC AND EARNINGS.
The receipts of thu Marlotta & Cincin
nati Railroad for tho month of June wero:
1872, $154,589; 1871, $115,117; increase,
$39,472, or 34 por cent. For tho six
months ending with Juno tho receipts
wero: 1872, $001,932 ; 1871, $760,780: in-
The receipts of tho Burlington, Cedar
Rapids & Minnesota Railroad for tho
third week of Juno were S22.938.
ino earnings of tho St. Louis, Kansas
City & Northorn Railway for tho month
of Juno were: 1872, $290,726; 1871, $211,
581 ; incicase, $85,239, or 40 per cent.
1 no earnings of tho Greut Western
Railway of Canada, for tbo week endine
Juno 14, were: 1872, 21,218; 1871, 10,
889; increase, 4,320, or 25 J per cont.
Tho earnings of tho Grand Trunk
Railway, for tho week ending Juno 15,
wore: 1872, 35,200; 1871, 30,700; in
creaso, 4,500, or 14 por cent.
Tho earnings of tbo Erie Rallwav. for
tho week ending June 30, wore: 1872,
$340,739; 1871, $345,800; decrease,
067, or 1 per cent.
-The earnings of the Erio Railway, for
bo month or Juno, were: 1872, $1,463.
003; 1871, $1,498,493; decrease $34,630
or 2 J por cont.
-The roceit;ts of tho Kansas Pacific
Railroad for tho month of June, wore:
1872, $315,320.00; 1871, $200,085.85; In
crease, $19,276.81, or 18) por cent For
the fourth week of Juno the receipts wero :
freight, $55,835.60 ; passenger, $26,688.20:
total, $1,423.70. Of this $9,010.05 was
from government traffic.
Our Home Advertisers.
LIME I CEMENT!
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLLU.
Coinmercial-av., Foot of Eleventh-st.
BoLt quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for sale at the
very lowest figures for cash.
Leave order at the office on Commercial-ar. at
the foot of KlP Tfroth tf rAt. nnvl&l -.m.
I H Y UODII N.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY,
KENTUCKY JKANH, fXTUA,
LARGE STOCK OF OARK4TING
Ol LT BANDS,
DA. M AH KB,
Ilia Entire Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES."
COBNBB &TH BT. AND COMUIRCIAL-AT.,
JOHN B. PHLLIS '&, SON,
(Succtifiors to John 13. FMllu,)
Our Home Advertisers.
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And AKnti of
o n Iver nU Kanawha
70 Ohio Levee,
Batcher nad Dealer In all kind Fresh
Coaxia NlKMKNTH AND POPLAR Btlttld,
?J,n..C0.r rr"h. mot" from ono l0"n1 to ten
A!D Mlim If
Eighth Street, Hetweek Washinoton
and Commercial Avenues,
Adjoining KItBhoaenad llanny'a.
i .iTi pcne "" or Por". Mutton Vea .
cltnn In the moM aocipuMt minnor.
CAIUO. ILL, I NO IN.
Also, kf? p coDitAntljr on hnj a moit com
leti ttook of
OOTCII AND IlilsU WHISKIES
Fort, Maderiii, Sherry and Catawba Wines
p JSIYTII A CO. kfII i-icln.lTfly for own. to
tion ol close bargain titijra.
Speetal attention given to Filling Ordtrt.
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits A; Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
wi.xr.s amis i.tiiuoita.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
uocmiok to ronti TOCiriCTH
Ilrctlfjrrr mid Wholesale Dralrr In
Foreign nnd Domrntle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
HKkrrpaoD htn.i eonuUMlj full ttork ol
OH KfntuekT Hourbon, Hti r,t Moaonici.
Whliklen, Frorh HriniUi, Hg1Ui.i1 Oio.
Rhine and Callfornlft Wlnet IaqSOii
Our Homo Advertisers.
liOtrir AND KtTAIL llll'U IX
I WINES AND LIQUORS-
Ami jiroprlttoi of new and tjiendld
No. 75 Ohio I.evkk,
Keep constantly on hand tho uholceit of
Wines and Liquor, which he will sell at the
very loweil figure. Call and examine.
For Sale at Wholesale c Retail
COBNER 32D-STREET AND OHIO LEVEa
nifUtt I. UAMlll.K
Henry U Meyer. William Stoncr.
.MEYER k STONER,
House, Sign and Stctmtjott
Decorating In Oil or Water Colors : KaUo
mining and I'aper Ilaalng; Graining and
3Iarbleliiff or every description; Glldlug In
ever)' tityle, plain and ornamental.
rartlcularatteutlon paid to Glut Gliding.
Orders o!lclted for Scenery, Kresco und
lianncr I'alntlnjr. Fancy Gla, Show Card,
Gild, Plain and ornamental.
Call at tho Shop and exainlm; our work
Old I'Icttirei renewed or copied. SatUfm'
tSTAll work cntnitted to our care will be
promptly attended to,
Shop In Thomas' old htand under the
Perry House, corner Commercial avc. and
8th ftreet. 7-10 tf.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
I1ETWEEN WABH'H AVENUE AND WALNUT
D r, ). F, Fields Inform the public that hi hat
LIVERY UTAH L E,
on the norlhwoit aide of Tenth atrect aa Darned
HI Htablea will bs furnlahed with nono hut the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may tm accommodated at all hour
of lh' ilar and night with aaln Itimi on tho LOW.
Or. Field aaka a hae ol public patronage,
and will endeamr to merit It bj fair dealini and
strict attention to buaioo.
WOOJJ I WOOD I WOOD 1 1
The underiKiied will furnlth
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Cheap, II aot Cheaper
.'Sd.ianiiiyoo,.,lc.n,cr.,n Calro- keavo orders
on the slates at the Postofllco and at Koss,
coal yard, on Commercial avenuo, between
Tenth and twelfth ttrects, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will cord tho wood
up if desired,
auglOtf DENS IS HALEY.
NIOVKM. TIN WAKE, I71C,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
ware, goal Hod, FlraShorele, Ait Uatea.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
i-KooflnK. fluttering, and all kinds of Jo
work ilonnat ahortret nolle.
ARE UNDOUUTEULT TIIE
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO USEjl
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND, ALL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS!
Kterjr etoTe ottered Ii a proof that the
CHABTBR O ATT
18 DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than an; ether Cooking Htoie made.
OLI IIY EXCELSIOR MANC'TO. COM PANT,
WhoIeale Dealers in all kind of TINKERS'
STOCK i and by all lire Htore Dea'en, like
O. W. HENDERSON,
BEERWART, 0RTH.& CO.
13G Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
for Window .Screent,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, iicn Ac.
CRADLES, A-c., &c.
Alto manufacturer of ,
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware
fcolo Amenta for the celebrated
FAME COOKINO STOVES,
Uric's Moveaiilk PoiMT Htkel Plow
OitAT'n 1'atkmt Coai, On. Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
hoantlin a cook's
evaporator;j and corn mills
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Wrrantpd a nr prn (or amrklng ehlmnla
CAIRO CITY COAL
fa prepared to eupply customer with the beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
.71. in..Vi .Ti r 1",v' ?'w .mem.
v -- 't tuB ijuai lira dai
o tiuneri it hour.