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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WBDEESDAt, JULY 3i, 1872
HMX at OBaWLY, Editor and rubllncr.
JULT 31, 1872
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of Hew York;
FOB TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOB KCRXTARY OF STATE.
Ft AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOB BTATK TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOB ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOB CLKRJC SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
FOX CtXRK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOX OJtREOF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. "WILBANKS.
FOXCONOBI88 EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OKOROK W. WALL,
of Pcny County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
Tux crop reporti throughout the coun
try art nconraglnf .
State Elections will be held in North
Carolina and Tennessee on Thursday next,
Jack Winter says that it it Eoner.
al(ljr) Orant(e4) that Greeley will be our
next President Good for Jack Hit 'em
Tiltox has this : "W. H. A white hat
'alia wis bead." We are inclined to
belter this rather ambiguous sentence
means Horace Greeley.
Tbx letter of Mr. Greeley on Ciril Ser
vice Reform, which we publish in another
column this morning, should be read by
rery voter in the country.
Tbx Mound City 'Journal' intimates
that Jack Winter has been influenced by
Grant's gold. All a mistake. Grant buys
tore valuable stock when he does invest
n political cattle.
Tax Harrlsburg ' Chroniclo' boasts that
Robert Capias, of Saline county, from six
and a-half bushels sowing threshed one
hundred ninety-seven and a-half bushels
Tax Radicals have discovered another
mare's nest an agreement between Hor
ace Greeley, Horatio Seymour, Waldo
Hutchins, and a number of politicians un
known to fame, to make Horace the Dem
ocratic candidate for president this year
Well, what of it ?
Boutwell asserted in North Carolina
that it was not desirable that the people
North and South should not shake bands
across the bloody chum that tho chasm
mutt be first filled with repentance and
destroyed property and influence of the
Evebtbodt says our friend Jack Win
ter is a political nuisance. The Mound
City 'Journal' bints as much. It sayt :
Seventeen Liberal Republican, with Jack
Winter at their head, held a aide thov in
Cairo on Tuesday. Tbey wanted to control
the Democratic convention, but falling lu the
attempt, nominated J. Blackburn Jonct for
congressman. They would have Jones or
nobody. Jack Winter will have to take
lessons In eating crow from Democrats, or lie
will never succeed with hit Liberal machine.
t"rganlil'e l' bt,er l aloranlzlnS
The elnctlons during (he present year
will be as follows)
North Carolina, August 1.
Kentucky, Augutt 6.
Montana territory, Augutt 5.
Utah territory, August 6.
New Mexico territory, September 1.
California, September 2.
Vermont, September 8.
Maine, September 0.
Colorado territory, September 10.
Dakota territory, October 8.
Indiana, October 8.
Iowa, October 8.
Nebraska, October 8.
Ohio, October 8.
Pennsylvania, October 8.
South Carolina, October 10,
West Virginia, October 24.
Alabama, November fi.
Arkansas, November 6.
Delaware, November 5.
Florida November 5.
Georgia, November 6.
Illinois, November 5.
Kansas, November ft.
Louisiana, November G.
Maryland, November 6.
Matiachutetts, November 5.
Michigan, November 6.
Minnesota, November 6.
Mississippi, November 5.
Mfitouri, November 6.
Nevada, November 6.
New York, November 5.
New Jeriey, November 5.
Tennetteo, Novombor 5.
Virginia, November 6.
Wltcontin, November C.
Arizona territory, November 8.
District of Columbia, November 27.
The presidential election will occur in
all ttatct on the 6th day of November.
GRANT IN TROUBLE.
HE IS TO BE ARRESTED AND
TRIED AS A SWlNDLiEK.
Many Republicani have been severely
centurcd for refusing longer to support
Grant. Theso men know Grant better
than those who denounced them; or at
least If they did not, were moro honest in
refusing to support a man who, by his
course of conduct, hat forfeited tho re-
ipoct of all high minded men. That
Grant is a cheat and a swindler has long
been known, and at last ho is likely to bo
arraigned beforo a tribunal where, at least,
somo of his rascalities will be brought to
the light, and tho pcoplo bo able to juilgo
better of the character of tho man whom
they bavo entrusted with the highest ofllco
in their gift. Ex-Mayor Bowen, of Wash
ington, D. C, promises to arraign Grant
beforo the courts at a swindler and a client.
The following letter from him, addressed
to a gentleman in New York, will explain
bis transactions with tho Gift Taker.
"My Dkar Sir : You are right in stating
that I know something of General Grunt'
business nuallticntloiis, us well a his char
acter for honor, honesty anil truth. I had a
business transaction with liliu, In which lie
cheated me out of 925,000 with a coolness
and deliberation that would do credit to any
blackleg, as 1 stand ready to prove by GruntfK
letter and the original contract in my
possession. I Intended to prosecute (irant
before our courts, and have made arrange
merits to commence a suit against him at the
next term, when the whole matter will be
shown up to the world in evidence that can
not be disputed. This affair Is only an Index
to Grant's private character. He Is a miserly,
sordid man, and will resort to anything in
vasion or evasion of law and Justice, or any
thing else that an honorable person would
despise to put money In his pocket. Ills
habits are of the worst possible kind, ami Ills
associates of tho lowest order. Indeed, Ills
instincts are low and vulgar, and he is never
so well satisfied as when In company with
horse jockovs. smoking cigars, drinking
whisky, and talking horse.' Your friend etc..
U. J. Bowen."
Rich developments aro promised. Let
us, by all meant, have thorn, and in tucb
an authentic manner that tho character of
the man may be placed in its true light
before the American people. Ch ie ago
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM.
A SPLENDID LETTER FROM
GREELEY ON THE SUBJECT.
AN EPISTLE THAT READS LIKE
New York, July 8, 1872.
My Dear Sir; Yours of the 20th ult.
only reached mo three days ago. I re
spond as promptly as 1 may. I pats over
tho allusion to my political atsociatos,
barely remarking that an imputation to
vague can never be specifically repelled.
Charity it a virtuo rarely exemplified in
politics; and mott men live and dlo in tho
unduubtlng conviction that tho political
opponents are the greatest scoundrels un
hung. 1 trust that my age and your ex-
fierlence have lifted us .above such pre
udlces, enabling ut to realize that tho
many sincerely detire tho greatett public
good, eyen when most mittaken in
their choice of meant. I know who
my frlondt are better than my traducert
do, and fear no tcrutiny at to tho integ
rity or patriotism of any to whom I give
my confidence. And should any such
over teek to swerve mo from tho path of
rectitude, tbey would cease to bo regarded
by me as friends. The problem of civil
servico reform is rendered difficult by a
mitallianco between the executlvo und
legislative branches of our federal govern
ment. Thoso membert of Cungrest who
favor the administration habitually claim
and accorded a virtual monopoly of tho
Federal Ufficot in their rcspectlvo stales or
districts, dictating appointments and re
movals as interest or caprico may suggest.
The president appoints at their bidding;
they legislate In subserviency to his will,
often in opposition to their own convic
tions. Unless all history it unmeaning,
thit confusion of executive with legislative
responsibilities' and functions could not
fall to distemper and corrupt tho body
politic. I hold that tho eligibility of our
Presidents to re-election it tho main
source of thit corruption. A president
should bo above tho hope of futuro favor,
tbo fear of alienating powerful, ani-
uuious partisans. lie should uo
tho official chief, not of a partv. but of
tho republic. 11 o should dread nothing
but tho accusing volco of history and tho
inexorable judgment of God. Ho should
fully reallzo and never forget that Con
gress in Its own cphcro it paramount and
nowise amenable to bis supervision, and
mat tne heartiest good-win to ills admin
istration is perfectly compatible with tho
most pointed dissont from his inculcations
on tho very gravest questions in llnanco or
political economy. "It Is the first step
that costs." Let it bo settled that a Pres
ident is not to bo re-elected while in ofllco
nnd civll-servico reform it no longer diffi
cult. Uo will need noorgans no subslzed
defenders. Ho will nnturully select his
chief counsellors from among tho wisest
or his omlnent lellow-cltlzens, rccardlets
nliko of the " shrieks of the locality " nnd
the suggestions of a selfish policy. Ho
will havo no interest to conciliate, no chief
of a powerful clan to attach to his per
sonal fortunes. Uo will bo Impelled to
appoint, as none will deny that he should
appoint, men of ripe experience in busi
ness and eminont mercantile capacity to
collect, keep, and disburso tin revenue,
instead of dexterous manipulators of pri
mary meetings and skillful traffickers in
delegates and nominating conventions.
No longer an aspirant to place, tho Presi
dent will naturally Him to morit and secure
tbo approbation of the entire people, but es
pecially of the eminently wiio and trood.
As to tbo machinery of boards of examin
ers, Ac, whereby the materials of civil
service reform aro to be matured and per
fected, I defer to the judgment of.congrest
unperverted by the adulterous commerce
in legislation and appointments, which I
have already exposed and reprehended.
Up to this time our experience of the do
ings of boarJs in this direction lias not
been oncoumglng; and this, I am confi
dent, is not the fault of tho gcutlcmcn who
have tried to servo tho public as commis
sioners, in so lar as they may have
latleu, ino cause oi meir 111 success must
bo intrinsic. Had they been accorded a
tairer llem 1 am suro ihoy would have
wrought a better purpose. A thinker has
observed that tho spirit in which we work
is tho chief matter; and wo can never
uchlevo clvil-servico refo'in until the in
terests which demand shall bo more potent
in our publiccounscls than thoso which ro
sin oven wiille seeming to lavor it. That
this consummation is not distant, I fer
vently trust; meantime thanking vou lor
your earnest and eliectlvo labors to tins
end, 1 remain yours,
Uon. Carl Schurz.
tJ H .9k"jes' JL Cairo, member of the
Deawmtlc Bute Central Committee, dc
cttues the appointment as Greeley elector
fro? the EfcVteenth DIstrict-lHarrisbwg
The inference to be drawn from this
ytuagnsb leaves a false impression of
-Jadf Green's motives in refuting the
Uettrskip. He did not decline to be a
GrtUy elactor because be doet not detire
tha election of the Philosopher, but be
AueoM wished to have a Liberal Itepub
Ubm placed on the ticket In bit place bo
that the Greeley ticket might bo made
little tar was sent to a store for some
. . m - . i i i .
: www imcbidi nome ne dropped
l 1st answer to his mother, who uli.
4. "XMeVjrM break any ?" be replied, "No,
ay. but the shells came off
Of tho treat auction sals, of Womb-
U' BMMCtti, It baa been facet loutl
vrriMM ; "The lion at tae sale, if the bul
BMy 1st BATStoaed, was tbe elephant."
SANDSPOUTS IN NEVADA.
For toveral hourt yesterday afternoon
there wero visible from thit city, on
Twentv-two-milo Desert, fivo or tlx tall
columnt of land, tucked up by at many
whirlwinds. At tea theso would have
been waterspouts, but upon the dosert thoy
were only what we might call sandspouts.
The columnt appeared to be ten feet in
diameter and ono thousand feet in height.
Although tbey waltzed about over the
plain for two or thrco hourt, tbey novcr
como togethor or never lost their distinct
ive cylindrical lorm, ana wiien iney am
f;o down tbey went down at once all fall
rig together. Those sandspouts ore well
known to all old prospectors, and teem to
indicate a change of weather. We have
frequently teen in tho Forty-mllo Desert,
east of the lowor Sink of tho Carton, not
leu than ten or flltoen of theso tall tand
columnt moving about over the plaint at
the tame time, it is seldom inai inoy
come togethor, but when tbey do they dart
forward like two iiatnct oi iigmning, anu
an explosion like a heavy blast ends all,
and the two columnt of tand at once fall
to the ground. Those who havo not been
upon our ereat aeieni and navo never
witnessed theso erand sandspouts or the
wonderful mirages, bavo nut Utile idea oi
the romantic grandeur or theso apparently
uninteresting wastet oi tand. vtrgxma
(itvaaa) Enttrprut, July J.
Pat Fitzoekalu, of the sample room
has received the appointment of agent for
tho tale of the Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
bana Wine Company's wines In thit city.
If the bottle with which wo havo been
favored it a ismple of the quality of these
wines, then wo are prepared to say that
they aro among the boil wo buvo over
tatted. Ho bat just received a laruo con
signment, which ho it prepared to sell at
tho lowest figures, lie hat alsp j i. nd
large and complete stock ol the various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and winet of every variety.
The LMkport Jottraal
Bats fJte BtMU MB B
H fMM SWT ftUa."
askt : "Doet a
e law makes
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAK,
No, 68 Ohio lovoe, it the place where
tbey keep the freshest tith and game, and
tbo finest wines, liquors and cigart, to be
found in tbe city. Dinner only twenty
five cents. Open day and night, at all
bours. J. E. Pare, Proprietor.
UIS SPEECH AT GREESBORO, N. C.
BLOWS AT TUB DEMOCRATIC
AND REPUBLICAN PARTIES.
SENATOR HCHUR?' 81'KECII AT (1HKENS
110 HO S. C.
A Groontboro, N. C, special statos that
Carl Schurz inado a speech thero lust
night, in which ho said he belonged to the
auii-slavery party all his life, and if hu
was not now lighting in the runks of the
Republican party, it was their fault, not
ills, uo advocuted the congressional acts
of reconstruction in order to secure to the
negroes their civil and political rights.
Alter this, it became their duty to secure
political rights and privileges to rebels who
had lain down their arms in good faith.
l lien ll was mat the tlug ut amnesty wus
planted witu mo nug oi justice, and Urcc
ley was its standard-bearer.
Uo laid that tho Democratic party for
yean legislated to Keep itsell in power by
corruption and fiaud, and tho Republican
party was doing the sumo now. Tho
Ku-klux laws placed great power m the
hands of the administration, which wut
being used lor tbo basest purposes. The
federal arm was being reached into the
affair of the states, and the malls wero
not run sate. Ho claimed that the votes
of tbe colored mon wero corruptly con
trolled bv carDet-baii?ers. who also rub.
bed and plundered the South, and were
countenanced in so doing by the Repub
lican party, Republican congressmen,
und tho administration by Its deputy
marshals. Tbo Republican party wat ut
thit tinio controlling tho elections South
and upholding the mott atrocious system
of government that evor cursed a people,
Iree in name only,
Uo then give a history of tho Liberal
movement, maintaining tna; tno ciucin
nati banner Wat that of tbo truo repub
lican party. Uo denied Boutwell's state
ment mat tho uemocratt opposed immi
gration, and said oppressive taxation by
plundering carpet-baggers wnt not on in
ducement to immigrants. We thought it
ttrange Boutwell should advlso Southern
ert ugalntt clasping hands over tho bloody
chasm nf tho war, buying the heurt must
be obdurate to counsel against
uniting In harmony, frlendshipand pence.
When tbe bloody chasm wat onen hrM,.,..!
by clatpcd hands, there would be no longer
anv need of the Renubllckn imriv
Tho disclosure of tho rebel plans to burn
northorn cities wat being paraded before
the people of tho North to keep ullvo the
old war feeling, and if tho Republican
party could not live and prosper except
by despotism, corruption and a revival of
war animotlties, it doet not deserve to
live. He urged Republicani to trust thu
rebel soldiers, who could not afford belter
evidence of their acceptance of tho issues
of the war tban that tbey now rallied
around tbe Greeley banner.
He referred to the needs of the colored
people, and advised them to cultivate
irlendly relations with tho whites, for
tbey never could llvo happy If thi whtto
man is not their frlond. Ue claimed If
the colored vote, now compact nnd solid,
were divided botween tho political parlies,
both parties would bo equally Interested in
securing to them their rights.
In dilrnaslnir tho robel soldiers present,
ho laid there wat full confidence felt in
them intbonotlh: but admonished them
If armed bandt were allowed to tcourgo
citizen, no matter of what color, the lib
eral republicans would bo unablo to stem
tho current of Indignation nnd ptottct
them. If thero aro more recurrences of
disorders, toko swift and retributive meas
ures Into your own hands, and let the fed-
... c i . i
oral government see mat conicuoroio sol
diers aro not only able, but willing and re
solved I hat life and property shall bo pro
tected In your bouses, your counties, Htid in
every ono of your states.
Uo then read the letter of l'lcasanton
relative to tho San Domingo buslncts,
closing by saying that now it simply re
mained a question of veruclty between
Plcasnnton nnd President Grant.
(From the Hartford Cournnt, July 23.
A Swodenborglan writes to tho New
York Herald that tho founder of tho now
church In a volume published in 17C3
the year, by tho way, before tho Courant
wat founded! described a people in tho
contra of Africa to whom a revelation had
Just boon mado. This revelation, which
began in tho centro but had not vol spread
to tho coasts, taught tho people to ac
knowledge our Liord rts tno uou. uui mey
laugh at the monks and tho Christians
aim talk nf n thrro-fold dlrinitv. The
correspondent has no doubt that these are
tho people whom Stanley wrltos that Liv
ingstone nad lounu a raco nearly wnuc,
Ynrir )mnlitrmi. ilncilo. frinmllv. bavlni?
coppor mines which thoy worked for ages,
altogether ignorant oi tucn Daruanans ns
tho Arabs, with their fatal gunpowder,
who rob and murder tnom. xno cor
respondent will probably, in time, find n
pussaga in tho book tun New York
Uehalu und tho Stanloy expedition.
Our Homo Advertisers.
Our Home Advertisers.
HTOVEN. TINWARE, ETC,
A. II A L h E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Cloth Wringer Tulle
Wars, Col Hods, Fire Shovels, Air Cil.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington -avenue,
W-Itoofinif. OultoriDK, and all kinds ofo
ork dons at shortcut uoilcb. lnhMtf
BEERWART, 0RTH & CO.
1SG Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
i Dealers In
STOVES, TIN WARE, nOLLOW
T2- IEj FEIG-EBATOES
W X 3El IB CLOTH
fcr Window fccrn'in,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
CRADLES, &c., &c.
Alio inauulaclurers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Coffer Ware
Sole AKeols for the celebrated
FA3IE COOKING STOVES,
Ukic'h Moykaiilk Point Steel Tlow
Okay's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
FCANTLIN A COOK'fi
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted suro cure lor smoking vhlmnls
Tho llllnoU Central Kail Itou l Comptny no
"""rfjir snie tho lullowliiKdoscrlbed loi In.Firn
Addition lo the ultv oi Cmro, vln
Lot V7 olotk a. Lot 21 block Si,
1 I " tO, S7 il f
;'. 5 " k-, " w " m,
! b2, .. 31 ' Hi,
3 " 2, ' at 81.
ortermt.ile, apply v JAMKtf JOIINbON,
1 S XT IR -A. 3ST O EJ
NIAGARA, N. T.,
Asset! - 1,43C,210 25
OERMANIA, N, V.,
Assets 1,PCS,?il 78
HANOVER, K. Y.,
Asset .. 720 BS1 00
REFUULIC, N. V.,
Assetn 714,82) 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
TONKERS, N. Y.,
Asset 878 101 61
Astet 4M,1M 23
EIRRMEN'H FUND, B. K.,
As.etl.. 078.800 04
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Assets - 1,432,849
Htotps, liwelllngs, Furniture, Hulls and Car
Kirs, injured ut rates as fiTaljle as sound, per
manent security will warrant.
I ii-siiei'tfully ask of the citlseos ol Cairo,
shin of llieir patronage.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOUN A. UUCK, -
U. KNOHELSDORFF, -
Ciiah. Rkitz, Uknry Weiiek,
A. C. K esi no, A. Mibcii,
LIiiAB. Wkntiie, Ciiab. Veroiia,
Francis Lackner, Ciiab. Daeolinu,
C. Hikhcii, Wm. Rkiniiarut,
The best organized and securest company in
the northwest. The only company wtiich guar,
anleesa cash surrender tahte.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
:wiv Cor Cairo nnd vlelullr
Notary Public. No. l'ub. and It. B. flotn
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
JETS A, UARTKORU,
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Asset 12,783,000 00
Assets.... 12,544,210 72
Assets ....... .....11,781,148 8
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Afiet . 1,M3,88 17
Assets 1700,937 (
Assets H15.C73 88
Assets tl5;,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 1 500, OKI f
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LliK.
Assets t30,vO0,OU0 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
Assets , f 1,500 000 00
RAILWAY PASSENGERS A'-SUltANCE
ymels iwo.000 00
Assets 1030,802 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
City National Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
L'has. bliocti!nc)cr. Wm, Schick
CIIAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
All ordem promptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OK WASHINGTON AV'
KNUE AND TENTH BT
P. O. Drawer 1203. Ian9tf.
RKA1, KNTATI! AUENUT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second floor) onio levee,
Buy and Ssll Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
And pepare Conreyances of KiDdr!
A fine Mock of Watches, Clocks. Jewelry
,vju Miecuieie, rarueuiur attention given
'.iHllklnJsofWtttch rcmlring. Tho public
i,o solicited to call anil compare prices autl
.large, fiolo agent for Karl Zimmerman'
jlcliarntcd watches. As a ono watch they
Mu equal to any, and excelled by none In
I ult market. 1'resentatlou watches a specialty
I jiu mi ucsiuu. vi
Our Homo Advertisers.
BMtchiriSislB)MUrln till klsUU Frh
Coasta NisttttsTn and Pohab Etsitts,
Ruts and slaughters only the ery liesl cattle,
nog and sheep, and la prepared to fill any da
mind for fresh meata frum one pound to ten
thousand pcunda. dec20tl.
AMD DtlLia III
EioiiTit Street, Retween Wabiiinoton
and Commercial Avenues,
AJoImIbb HI 'tcnhoBMi stHd llatiaiy'a.
Keep the best or Heel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lmb, Sausagn, etc., nd ars prepared to sure
citiinna In the most acceptable manner.
Oil 1 0 LEVEE
Also, keep constantly on hand a moat com
plete stock of
SCOTCH AND IKISII WUIBEIE8
-0 I N H.-
Fort, Madoria, Sherry and Cutawba W inoe
RJMYTH A CO. seiTicluslely for cash, to
, which fict they Inrlle the espxcial atten
tion close bargain luiysra.
Special attention given to Pilling Order
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
H IJS EM AND I.It!lOiltt.
F. M. STOCKFLETII,
acccrsaoa to rontt a STocartsta
Kerlirjrrr niiit Wlmlpnnle lteler la
Foreign ttaut Uumrwlle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. G2 Ohio Levee,
L CAIRO, ILLINOIS
HE keeps on hand constantly a full stock ol
Old Kentucky Bourbon, Kie and Mononxa.
lela Whiskies, French brandies, Holland Uin.
Rhine and California Wines UnVnl
J". O. S hL I T Hf
Hiioirsiic amp atniL iittcia t
1 WINES AIND LIQUORS !
And proprietor of new and ipeiidld
No. 75 OHIO I.EVEK,
CAIRO, - - ILLINOIS,
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
Winch mid Lhiuors, which he will kcII at the
very lowest figures. Call ond examine.
For Sale at Wholesale 9 Retail
CORNER '32D-STHEET AND OHIO LEVSk
Henry H - Meyer, William Stoner.
MEYER & STONER,
House, Sign and Steamboat
Decorating In Oil or Water Colors : Kalzo
mining and Paper Hajging; Graining and
Marblcing or every dthcrlptlon j Olldlug in
every i-tylc, plain and ornamental.
Partlcularattcutinn paid to Glaw Gilding.
Orders solicited for Hcenerj-, Fresco and
Banner Painting. Fancy Glass, Show Cards,
Gild. Plain nnd ornamental.
Call at the Shop und examine our work,
Old Pictures renewed or copied. Satisfac
E3TA11 work entrusted to our care will be
promptly attended to.
Shop In Thomas's old stand under the
Perry House, corner Commercial ave. und
8th street. 7.10 tf.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
1IETWEEN WASU'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Ur. 11. V. Fields Informs the public that ht hat
LIVERY S T A Ji L E,
u the northwest aide of Tenth street aa named
His Stables will be furnished with none but ths
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the publio may tie accommodated at all hourt
EST TERMS ' '""n" B U,e I,0W"
Dr. Fields ask a shae ol publio patronage,
and will endeavor to merit it by fair dealini and
strict attention to business. 1
WUUD I WOOD I ! WUUD I J
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa t!heap, II not Cheaper
had any wood deuler In Cairo. Leave orders
on tho slates at the Postofflce and at Ross,
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
"' " iwciuu streets, uairo. Illinois.
give good measure nnd will cord tbe wood
11 VI If .laa.lasA.1
aUElO-tr DENNIS HALEY.
Our Home Advertisers.
-MrUr4l Mstreh l, 1M.
CITY NATIONAL, BANK, CAIRO
. .. orricaasi
A, B. SAfroUT), Pnauleatl
Si euli!Mi. Vitrtv53 isat 1
H. IITBLOP, (tocretary and Trsssurtr.
rnlIV. cas, Oausbsb,
CB"'",U3: at. T.,um.H' KAtUMT'
i.VTKHE8T paid on dtMslU at the rat ol aiz
percent, per aaaum, March Island Bi4t
r ltu lourestaot withdrawn I. SStSl hS..
d tly to tr principal of the deposits, therebf
g"ln them compound laUrest. ' '
MAHEIEO WOMEN AXO OHILDREX MAT
SO THAT 0 osa SUB OAK BIAW IT.
Open ery businesa dr from a.m. to I era..
anu Batur.lsy errninir lor HAVINO DHPcfaiTh
nla f.AM A ' . I 1.
onl), from Sua o'clock
W. ItrHLnl'. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
UAUtt, ,1 L. 1, 1 N U I M
W. P. HALLIDAT, President;
UKNRT L. I1ALLIDAY, Vios-PmUtait
A. B.8AFP0RD. Caahler!
WALTER HT8LOP, Assistant Oaabier.
Htat Tatub. Kosist B. Ccta,
HiaaT L. HatusaT. W. p. Hiilibat.
(Ito. IJ. Wilusiuos, Brirata Bibb
A. B. Barroas.
Ezekausae, Cola mm Vmlim sjtalM
Boads BaCBt twaMl ftolsL.
KP08ITB received, aod a Knral baoklnc
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ROBERT. MILIt Vns-PreiMeat
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank aoUa aad Uailexl
BUte aecorltlM Louf ht aa4 sold.
Iwlrl Allow mm Ttta) tBlt.
IMfOMM, kAMtl. ETC I
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
1S4 TENTH STREET,
Doors, fUaa, Bllsidm Mouldlagv,
Eawe Oatters, (wood) Wladow aad soor
Vswsbm, Fleorlas;, Latttt
Halaslet), Glased Saab, Qlaood aid
Lights, tt la aed T ma bo ats,
Haah Wolskta, Baast Pnllleo mm CordB
Blind raatoalnca. EMlBf r
rll. It 00 Baa- Ccsaeat, riasaortac
Paner, Carpet felt, WalM
VtmA, LlBsad Oil, Asnerlraa Wladow
Glaaa, EaKllab susslProBieB
Plate Olaaa, Pattjr, CCmsaofa rasa to
Nowor Plpoa Patoat ChlaaaojrB,
Etc., Etc, mu,
AGENTS lor Rock Rtret Paper Company'
Hhaathius Fait and Ouart Cement
John's ImproTad KooOnn always oa
0AIKO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHV II. OBEBI.T CO
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
streot and Washington avenue, '
All kind of Binding sad Rutin; don at lb
Tery lowest prices. HaTing engsaed tho m
ce of Mr. Uuels, who baa had many year
experience in on of beat HinderlesofBi. Louis,
to superintend tula establishment, w oaa con
fldeoily promlseour patrons work equal la ta
of any Bindery in the west.
CO A Am
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to supply outtomsr with the belt
r guilty of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OO A T 1.
"VRPERS Ult at Halhday Bros. oss, TS OHIO
KJ LKVKK, or at th Coal Trd pstov.tb Ht
Charles Hotel, will recti? prompt alMSlloa.
THE TUO "BOHTAUK" wUIVHm eeslaleac
to tatnr at aa? hour.