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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1872
JOHN I!, ORKKIiY, Editor and 1'tiMMnr.
July 31, 1872
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roil VICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OK STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF 1'Unt.tC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TIIKA8UIIEU,
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORXEY OFXF.RAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
CLERK 8UPIIKMK COURT CK. THAI.
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SLTItEMK COIIItT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILUANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. "WALL,
of Pony County.
MEMBER BOARD OK EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
The "vagabond Chopper " Is tlio latest
pet name of the Chicago ' Times 1 for
The great and good Pendleton has not
been heard from lately. Where ii Young
Greenbacks and whoro docs ho stand ?
Trumbull, in his lato Chicago speech,
delicately called Conkling a "certificated
liar." The battle is becoming desper
Think of $1,500,000 as tho annual in
come of the cbecso factories in Cattoragui
county, N. Y. Over five million dollars
Gbosbkck, tho nominee of too Fifth
Avenue reformers' for tho presidency,
has written a letter in advocacy of Mr.
The candidate of tho Liberal-Democratic
party of the Fiftieth District (or
Stato tienator is Jesso Ware, of Union
Tho nomination sought Mr. Ware. He
was avono to accepting it, and for a long
llmo resisted tho unanimous and porsistcnt
detnnnd of tho delegates. Ho is not a pol
itician. Has nover been nn ofllcc-sockor
has never, wo bollevo, held nn office of any
kind; but ho has always been nn inter
ested obicrror of public aflalts and is well
posted on tho political questions of tho
day. His strong claim to tho votes of tho
people of this district, lies in tho fact that
be is particularly woll posted in Stale mat
ten, and is a scrupulous advocate of ccon
omy as well as honesty in tho admlnUtrn
tion of tho pooplo's affairs, and will not,
as Senntor, bo likely to run away nftor
tho wild schemes of political theorists
Wo regard him as In every way well
qualified for the Scnntorship; nnd, as bis
election is a fixed fact, wo may congratu
late the pcoplo on the fact Hint their Inter
ests will be carofully guarded in Mr,
Ex-Governor Ogleahy, tho Republican
candldato for Governor of Illinois, attend
ed a public meeting nt Indianapolis, nnd
exhibited himself to tho people in n shame
ful condition of inebriety. This is to be
regretted. Tho habit of drunkenness is
becoming alarmingly provalent nmong
our public men, cipccinlly those of tho
Republican party. Wo hnvo all seen,
with regret, the fall of Senator Yates, nnd
we now contemplate with tearful solici
tude tho downward course, of tho Senator
from Michigan, tho prominent Senator
from Indiana, Gov. Oglcsby and others.
Therp can bo littlo doubt if Oglcsby
should bo elected Governor und thon step
out of tho gubernatorial cbnir into tho
Senate, that he will bo ruinod by strong
drink, and go nftor Yates toward a drunk
ard's grnvo and into a lifo of debauchery.
He is ono of tho kind of mon who cannot
resist euch temptation a kind hearted,
rough, vulgar-minded man. Wo tremblo
with solicitude, and nppoal to tho many
Christian readers of The Bulletin to
como to Mr. Oglcsby's rescue, to help kcop
him out of a position in which the dovil of
temptation lurks, eager to grasp his vic
tim. Como up, friends of the good cause,
to this high plain of roform. Sink tbo
political partisan in tho soul-saver, and let
us by a united effort elect Koorncr and
thus snatch Oglcsby ns a tiro brand from
The Chicago ' Times calls tho late
Greoley rasiflcation meeting at Chicago, a
" Gushing Gathering of Gabbling, Garru
lous Greeley ites."
The Jouesboro convention was bar
montous and successful. It disappointed
all the predictions that it would bo dis
tinguished by a row.
WHO is the man ? Where is ho? The
Greeley man of Cairo who will tako hold
of the party of the Philosopher in this
city and shako it up awaken it into
something like activity ?
The Greeley ratification meeting at Chi
cago lately was ono of tho largest and
most enthusiastic political demonstra
Hons of tbo day. "Market street square,
from Madison street to the tunnel, wsb
literally packed with humanity," says
the 'Times' of that city, a paper now la
boring in the interest of President Grant.
The conduct of Col. R. R. Towncs
at the Democratic Senatorial convention,
Tuesday, was admirable A doubt having
been raised as to his eligibility, rather
than encumber his friends with his de
fence, ho declined to uccept tho nomina
tion after it had been tendorod to him by
a unanimous vote. The Colonel has
gained the friendship of all Ills party
friends by this disinterested conduct by
refusing to take what ho wanted and could
have obtained, tho motive of his refusal
being to promote harmony in the Liboral
party and to not embarass it by any side
Issues. The Colonel is a young man, and
tht future will prove to him that his con
duct on Tuesday has added to his stredgtb
in uoutuern Illinois-made hirn a host of
BenJ. 8. Edwards, Eiq., of SnrtDcQold
reported to be an excollent lawyer, is a
bad politician, as all good lawyers are
He hai lately become afflicted by what tho
Brick Potneroy school of Democrats, (to
which Mr. Edwards belongs), calls princl
pie, and is therefore opposed to the elec.
lion of Greeley and Brown, but is not in
favor of tbo election of Grantand Wilson.
In late note to tho 'Stato Register,' Mr.
Edwards denies that he is a Grant man,
nd adds that ho has retired Irom all po
litical controversies and does not expect to
take any part in the present canvass. Wo
applaud this decision, but wo hope Mr. E.
will not forget, as he bides his time In tho
A m aolUuda of isolation from politics, to pray
ft the good of Rome. Cato when he was
retirement once did this kind of pray-
,hould nut Political Cato
Awa fey JM
Pedcstrianism tours aro all tho
Richfield Springs retains its aristocratic
Tho Tnppan Zee House, Nynclr, is fill
ing up rapidly.
Edward Strauss is out witli a new waltz,
tho " Acadomlc."
Narragansott sea-fog is tho best cosmetic
in the world.
Riverdule boasts of being tho prettiest
placo on tho Hudson.
Crep do cbeno still continues a most
fishionoblo material for summer evening
English brides aro rebelling against tlio
word "obey" in tho marriage service,
mid dissenters now omit it altogether.
The buff-leatlior shoes aro again very
much in voguo at tbo watering place, and
are said to bu much cooler than thoso
made of ordinary bluck leather.
Many of tbo ladies ntNarragansott Pier
consider themselves too fashionnblu to
bathe, dance, ride, walk, or in fact do any
earthly thing but talk scandal.
Ono young lady at Saratoga has four
now dresses sent her every week from
town. Sho cunsiders herself economical
compared to somo girls,
No young lady considers her fun com
plete without a gorgeous monogram. Tho
designing of these forms a pleasant occupa
tion tor tho idlo gnlla.its.
Dickol has taken his stnblo to Long
Brancli and is extensively patronized by
the fair equestriennes who make this re
sort their summer-house.
Tho first dress hop of tho season was
given at tho West End, Long Brancli. on
Saturday ovoning,nnd was brilliant and
enjoyable affair. Tho cottagers were thoro
u full force, nnd tlio display of beauty
and dress was equal to anything over
witnessed on tlio occasion of liko festivi
ties at tho Brancli. Tlio best socletv of
Now York, Philadelphia and llultimoro
was largely represented, und tho gather
ing altogether would hnvo dono credit
even to Newport. A r.ioro cnjoyoblo
affair of tho kind wo never attended
Tho first fancy drens and mnsquorado
ball of the suuson camo off on Saturday
evening of last week at tho Ocean Hotol.
Tho weather was pleaiunt and delightful.
ly cool for dancing, and tho charms of
Keating's orchestral munlc brought out
qulto a goodly number or dancers. Tlio
children of tho hotels and collagen, who
wcro cordially Invited to attend, did so,
many in rich costumes und othors en
matgue. Tho large dining room of the
hotel, which wns used fur tlio occasion,
was filled with tho bouuty nnd fashion of
Long Branch, Major Leland entered
upon tho duties as mastor of ceremonies
and superintendent of tho ball room, and
made all feel at homo. The affair did not
break up until a lato hour.
ASaratoga correspondent of tho'World'
relates that a singular oplsodo of real life
occurred on tho piazza of tho Union Ilotal
tho afternoon of the great race. A somo-
whnt noted woman, formerly a singer of
some prominence, whilo walking with bor
present husband, chanced to pass in her
promenade directly between two of her
former husbands. Tho three men, each of
whom bad loved tbo inmo woman, and
who hated each other mortally, glanced at
each other for a moment; tho woman, in
hor beauty, her diamonds, nnd her airy
summer dress, eyed all thrco curiously,
thcro pas n momentary pause, then tho
lady nnd her escort resumed their walk,
tho other men stepped forth In diverging
directions, and tho eplsodo was over.
Aimeo is still in San Francisco.
Gounod will mnko his debut as a
singer next season at London.
Mark Twain is summering at Fen
wick Hall, Saybrook.
Paul du Challlu is gathering material
for a now juvcnllo book In Norway.
The Italian Minister Lanza is said to
have begun his career as a druggist's
A modern Solomon says he would
not give two conts for a boy who did not
pcrfer a kito to a concordnncc.
General Bordnn, of Sbnrpshooting fame,
is trying to indtico tho Czar of Russia to
buy more of his guns.
Mrs. Barnard, whom rumor calls tho
editor of tbo Washington Chronicle, is
mentioned for tho first placo on a now
society paper thero called tho Mail.
Tho citizens of Anoka, Minn., liavo
given Mrs. Gcorgo Crowoll two corner
lots and $100, in taken of tlioir gratitudo
to hor for increasing tho population by
thrco boys, July 1.
Roburt U. Isabellc, n colored gentleman
of Now Orleans, whoso children wero
refused admission to a whlto school, has
recovered ono thousand dollars from tho
board of directors.
Colonel Skinner, of tho Turf, Field nnd
Farm, has just received from Egypt a
famous Arabian horso. Ho is about
fifteen hands high, gray In color, nnd
At lntt Goorgo Francis Train ha! "nn
organ " in St. Louis. .Mrs. Lnurn b.
Webb, editor of tho South St. Louis, wants
to "snvo American irom sinking into
worso than Clmmorian night," nnd comes
out strong for tlio " supernatural genius.
Rev. B. I. Ives of Utica was called on
to dedicato a church tho other day In a
neighboring village. Ho found tho society
$2700 in debt, nnd told them if they would
pay this up ho would dedicato their
church. They didn't pay and ho didn't
Ida Wilson, nee Lowls, tlio " Graco
Darling of America," still makes Newport
her home, nnd can often be seen in the
harbor mannging her beautiful boat.
Notwithstanding tho fact that sho lias
taken unto horseif a "better half," she still
likes to bo called "Ida Lewi" ns of yore.
Tlio actress Dejazet, now in her seventy
fifth year, is playing in Marseilles and
drawing crowds, which is not astonishing,
if tho assertion of tho French critics, that
''she dances with the most elegant dexter
tiy, " is to be bolievrd.
THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE FOR
GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS
OPENS THE CAM
PAIGN AT CHICAGO.
Our Homo Advertisers.
WHAT THE LIBERAL MOVEMENT
MEANS ITS CAUSE AND Oil
J EOT W HEREIN THE
Boutwell's Greonsboro speech is pro
nounced by tbo Lynchburg Republican
Colonol William E. Cameron, lato of
tho Petersburg, (Va.) Progress, is stump
ing North Carolina for Greeley.
Ilirnm Price, a noted Grant politi
cian of Iown, has gono to Europe. A
Western paper says tho Greeley move
ment is death on Hiram Price.
Galuslia A. Grow, republican ex
Speaker of tlio House of Representatives,
goes for Greoley. Ho has swallowed that
terriblo docs without G. A. G-ing;
A St Louis philosopher nnd linguist
suggests that ono of tho ancestors of
Horace Greoley was, perhaps, distinguish
ed as a farmer, who kopt his fields fresh,
blooming and grcon. Ho, therefore, got
tho name of Groen-lcn-man, contracted to
Grccn-lca, softened to Grcelca nnd polish
ed into Greeley, according to n habit of
somo German und D.inUli, as well as
English words, to drop a letter simply fcr
Thn Buffalo Courier says: "The
letter of tho venerable William Cullcn
Bryant declining all nominations to tho
Prosidoncy, irresistibly calls to mind the
old Scotchman who, renlizing tlio porlls
and temptations of high position, nightly
prayed that ho might never bo mado a
king. His petition was grunted,"
Tho Richmond Enquirer says one of
tho charges ugainst Mr. Grtoloy is that lie
has written so much against tho South, nnd
suggests that Mr. Greoley has not got
much tho ndvantugo of tho South on tbut
Tho Now Orleans Picayune, which
could not swallow Greoley, and suggested
Dan. Bryant (or somo othor man with n
similar surance) for tho Presidency, 1ms
como out for Greoley and Brown.
Mr. Goorgo Augustus Sala, that prolific
book-makor, bus not scrupled to inflict
upon us in tho midst of these blazing dog-
days a book entitled " Undor tho Sun."
It is a sort of glorification or apotheosis of
heat, which Mr. Sain declares makes thu
Nubians and tho Malays tlio hardiest nnd
most enduring races in tho world. Ho
celebrates tho cotirugo of tho Carlbs undor
tho Equator and tlio chivalry of tho
planters of tho South, bred among hot
lagoons and burning rico swomps, and ho
complains that "tho negro transplanted
uv oi ui tropics distinctly loses nerve."
I II. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
nnd Commercial nvenuo, Cairo, lib., ,
prepared to ncconimodato the nubile with
board by tlio day, week or month, at lower
rates man any other first-class house in
tbo city. 1 ho rooms aro all well fur
nisliod, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. Tho houso is locnted in thu ecu
terof the business part of tho y within
ono square of, the post office. 4-9-tf
SPEECH Of GOVERNOR KOKHNEH.
Chicago, July Tbo Liberal mass
meeting in this city to-night was largo
and enthusiastic. Two stands fur speakers
wero erected on .Mnfkut street, between
Washington and Madison streets, around
which gathered the crowd, variously ov
timntcd at from 6U00 to Buou persons.
Hon. Gustnvus Koerner, Liberal candi
date for Governor, was lliu first speaker.
After alluding briefly to his early ac
quaintance with Chicago in 1830, and ex
pressing tho interest ho felt in her pro
gress, ho said ho wished before entering
upon n dlscusion of political issues, to
havo a cortain, thing distinctly under
stood, nnmoly, that neither lie nor thosu
lor wnom lie spoke wished to depreciate
tlio greut service nt General Uraitt at it
military leader, or in criticising his course
as it civil administrator, to retiect upon
liim us h General ; nor did they, ns Inn
been impudently claimed by somo men, to
cast a stigma upon tho noble army which
maintained thu Union intact, and pro
served tho life of tho nation. Ho read
from the Cincinnati and i-pringficld Lib
eral platforms In proof of thn estimation
In which soldiers wero held by tlio Liberal
parly. He deprecated tlio appeals which
were being mado to tho soldiers in a can
vass which was essentially it civil ono.
Ho next referred to tlio history of tho
Republican party und recounted tho
measures it hud originated ami carried out,
and tnid that ho would bo tho last mull to
dlsputo nny of tho claims of tho Republi
can party. Ho suid ho belonged to tlio
party nlmoit from its inception nnd
worked for its success. If that party was
to bu eulogized for its work up to tho
termination of tho civil war nnd for sev
eral years thereafter, ho might proudly
claim somo share in tho oulogy; but parties
could not live upon their laurels alone.
A NEW PARTV.
Now issues spring up, divisions natur
ally urlsu among honest people, nnd old
patties dissolve to mnko room for now ones
on tho leading questions of tho day. Tills
wus precisely what was passing to-day,
and only the blind or thoso who tiso par
ties for plunder merely, cannot, or will
not seo it. Ho then proceeded to review
the measures of tho pre.-eut ndiiiiiiistrulion
which liu regarded us objectionable. Tho
measures adopted to force tho South to
lovo thu Union wcro ill v devised and of
doubtful constitutionality, und had been
to lar tilisticceetul. ucneral anine-ty hail
been delayed until thu administration
party became alarmed by thu extent of tho
movement iippurent Hi the Cincinnati Con
vention. Tho financial policy of tho prccnt ad
ministration whs unsatisfactory. Tho
hoarding of gold and currency" in tho
National Treasury under tho plea of main
taining the national currency was con
demned by the ublest financiers in tho
The adjustment of tho tariffs, fostering
monopolies of tho land grants to corpora
tion", wero already wielding a dangerous
power; the disposal of patronage for per
sonal ends had caused great d!satisfaction.
Ho criticised thu persons with whom the
President had surrounded himself, us
corrupt political tricksters, and inexpe
rienced und reckless military pets. It
was to remedy theso evils that
THK LIBERAL MOVEMENT
was inaugurated. It was not a movement
of political, but whs founded upon thu
wishes and aspirations of it large portion
of tho American people. Referring to
the claims which were made in behalf of
tho iil' ministration of having reduced
tho national debt and taxation, peace nt
homo und ubroud, settling dangerous
foreign difficulties and giving tho conntry
prosperity lio said thoro was it grain of
truth in some of theso assertions, but
much moru of exaggeration. Tho debt
had been paid by tho people through
heavy taxation, which has been lately re
duced as a material consequence, of tho
cessation of thu war, und no ono ought to
tako credit for removing taxes which if
continued after occasion for thorn bud
ceased would havo ruined tho country.
Our taxes wero too hlgh, yet our currency
wus instead of being ono of the best in th'o
world ono of tho very worst. Our pros
perity was duo to our own labors our own
Tho AVashinglon treaty wns tho result of
remarkable good luck and ability of our
commlsrioncrs ; yet by presenting nbsured
nnd untemtblo claims wo camo very near
losing the benefits of that treaty. Ho then
proceeded to give his cstlmato'of
THK WEAK POINTS OK OKN. ORANT
ns Chief Executivo of the notion , repent
ing tho chnrgo; of nepotism nnd corrup
tion in IiIh appointments, his gift-taking,
etc. He gnvo briefly his views of what re
forms wero neccssnry in the civil service,
nnd concluded with a eulogy of Greeley,
who ho said was not nt first tho choice of
cither tho Democrats or Liberal Repu
blicans, but who wns honest nnd incor
runtiblo. and whoso iinnularitv wns ilnllv
Increasing, so that his eloction " was now a
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Asel 11,4.10,11111 25
O RUMANIA, N. Y.,
AmcI 1,000,71 78
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Aarli 70 8W Hi
11 K I'll I) LIC, N. T.,
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Comprising the Umlerwrltcn' Afcpnejr.
YON K Kits, N. Y.,
Axsrts S78 4H SI
A,.rt SM.IM 23
fikkmen's kunu, a. k.,
As"et... 678.600 04
fcKCUIUTY, N. Y. MARINE,
Htore. DhpIIiiiK", Furniture, Hulls and Cur
-, 1 1 1 -1 J r I at i iiicii a lAvuraMt! ai ouud, per
nunent fn'iirilv will wurntit.
I rcKU'Vtfiilly nk of the eltltfus ol Cairo,
ban of their imlrutiRKe.
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lliu northwt. Tlic only cnrnjinujr which K'isr
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CAUL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
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V. 11. MOItlllS,
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CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
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71 OIilu Levee,
C1I7 Niitlonsl Ilnnk, CURO, ILL.
II. LEVY CO. l'AY THK HIOIIKST MARKET
Relow will bo found tbo corrected liet
of prices paid by H. Lovy & Co., for
hidos, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, nnd nil kinds of country produce.
Lovy & Co. do a very largo trndo in their
Sine, and ills a woll known fact tliat thoy
alwnys pay tho highest prices to bo ob
tained in tliis market. Ihuv aro now
Mink $2 00 a 2 2.1
Wild Cat 00
Ilouto Cut 10 a 15
Mukk ltat lr,
Otter f 00 a 7 UU
Dear Skins 2 0(J u Q 0()
Driver, per pound 60 n 75
hides, it.h rou.vii:
Deer Skins 27 n H7t
lleef Hides, Dry Salt 18J u'JU
" " Gruen Suit UulUJ
Tallow, par pound 0 u7ij
Feuthors, " " 50 11 06
Wool, " " 00 11 70
llueswux " ' 05 n ojj
Tho nbovo price- list is subjected to cor
As Locuhtb. Tho Charter Oak Stoves
nro becoming such unlvorsul favorites, nnd
aro making their way into so many house
lioltlf, that it looks as if thej weredestincd
to cover tho face of tho lands ns thu locust
of Egypt. Unliko them, however, they
uru blueing Insteud.of plagues, and we
wun speml to thu consummation.
July 31 It.
Thu Aineileaii Epicure nnd Nirtlona
oroncrs, hi A. Hnlly'e. 7-23-dlw,
Cli'n. btiot'tmicjer. vVm, fcchlek
01IAS. SIIOENMEYEK & CO.
All ordrl promptly attended to.
NORTHWKST CORN Kit OP WASHINGTON AV-
r.NUK AND TKNTH UT.,
Our Home Advertisers.
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C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
li (iKCOND KLOOlt) OHIO LKVKK,
UUY AND SSLL HEAL ESTATE,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELK
And icare Conveywieen of KinJr!
tlittctier Mild Denier In sill klniU rreah
Cokmh NiHtTitimi inn Pom.ak Stum.,
tliirs find slittighli-r only the Terr I'fM cutilr.
in. ml Tor lri'li incitN frutn one ouuil to ten
imitiPAiiii priiim. iirrzoii
1NI Dliltll IN
Eighth Street, Between Wamii.noton
and Commercial Avenuex,
Adjoining Hl'lenlionae nnd llanny'a.
Keep the Ix-nt or lll, I'ork, Mutton Vnl.
Ltmli, Siiukkp, etc., nlaro prrnsrnil lo nri
cHilrtfin In Ihn fn.Ml nr pptthln mwnner.
Also, krfp ron.'Cnlly nn hsnd a mntt com
liltln tm!k uf
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHIHKIEA
- I N
l'ort, Mndurin, Sherry mid Cntnwba ino
RJIIYTII A 0(1. MClllMiely for eh,to
, Mhlcli frtct IllfV IIiYlle tho t"p:UI lllD.
lion ol cloto t)iiri(in ImyrrK.
Special attention given to Filling Orders
11. M. 11ULEN,
GROCER and COISTECTIOX
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nut,
Kb. 134 Conimercial-nve.,
HlXr.S AltU I.ICiUOHM.
F. 51 . STOUKFIjKTII,
rccto to roiiLi 1 irucaritta
l(rrllrpr nml Wlinlraale Dralrr Iti
t'nrelicti nnd ISommlle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. (12 Ohio Levkb,
HRItrrpaon hnd contntlr a full Mock ol
Old Kentucky llolirl.on, liyo nd Moni.lu
icIh Whlfkleii, French Hrindiea, HolltLd (V.o,
Rhine and California Wlnen Ijn.wil
J. O. S IMI X T ZEE,
IIOltlI ASP 1ITIIL rilUIH 1
And proprietor of new and spendld
No. 75 Ohio Level,
CAIRO, - --. ILLINOIS,
Keep constantly on hand the choicest of
Wines nnd I.lnuor?. which he will sell nt the
very lowest tlsures. Call and examine.
LIME! CEMENT !
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIMU.
Conimoreial-av., Foot of Eloventh-st.
Rest quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for salo nt tho
very lo'vcst figures for cash.
Lcwe order at theoOICA on Commerclal.ar. at
ll font of Klevnth i.'rt. nnrli'l.fttn.
A lino Hook orWutehes, Clot ks, Jewelry
.iud Sneetaeles. Partleuinr nttentlon irfveii
I nil KlniU nf U'Jltfll r,.lt',lrhifr Tim
1 c solicited to call ami compare prlcex und
.lariien. Solo iineiit lor Knri Zliiimeriiian's
Jlebaiatcd watches. A a lino watch they
ie equal to any, aud excelled hy none In
I ills market, l'resentatlou watches a specialty
vUi any design. M '
NEW LIVERY STABLE
JIETWKEN. WASU'N AVENUE ANH WALNUT
Dr. II. K. Fields Informs tne public that he has
l i v e n r s ta n l e,
on thn northviet mile nf Tenth street nsmo.l
Ilia jjiiililen will ho fninUlicd with nono but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and t lie public irntr no nt'eommodnted nt nil hours
of the day ami niylit llli mlo tomton the LOW-
lit Kleldn asks a Mmn ol piil.llo palronnue,
and Mill endeavnrlo merit It by lair dealing ami
clrlcl htirnliou to liumne.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o eery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASI1, RLINDS
Furnished on shurtest notice.
Coinmoroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-stfl.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
SITOVKH. TIWWAMK, KTV,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin an.l Hollow Wte, Clothes Wrinrera TmU
War., Coal Hod., tlHhlrAft hu"
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SUE El
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
work done at shortest nolle.
Wm. Eicuorr 1ms purchnsed tho
lishment of Eicliolf llrothors, in Cairo,
nnd now proposos to prosecuto tho furnl-
turo miinul'iicturitiL' business with new
vigor, and pledges himself tosoll furniture
or evury description clienpor than over be
fore. Try him. 0-25tf
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Uaiko, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
G BATES. MANTELS
K E PEIGEEATOE3
"W X IE CLOTH
fcr Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, &c, Jsc.
CRADLES, Ac, 4c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,-
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware
fcole Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric'b Moveaiile Point Steel Plow
Guav's Patent Coal Oil Can,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
bCANTLIN A tOOK'a
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sure cure tor smoking ohimnls
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prepared m up,.ly ciiaunner with tho liest
PITTSIJURG AND ILLINOIS
rV'.'!!-!'.'.:..1-" al "'llidar lito. oflloc, 7u OHIO
Lhhh. or nt Hi I'onl ,f Mow tho St
Llmlen Hole .will recivo 1 ronii.t allenilnn.
THE 1VO MONTAtlK'Vw I ..A'.i"
to ieamer t nv hour
ILL, Jl 'kitWAiiKkilfigi.ifri
For Salo at Wholesalo o Retail
COItNKU 32D-BTnEET AND OHIO LEVEk
nTllll P. SJAWni.K
Henry II. Meyer. William Stoner.
MEYER & STONER,
Hoime, Sign and Steamboat
Decorating In Oil or Water Colors : Kalzo
mlti Ing and Paper Hiugliig; Oralnlng and
K f? of,cJ'c-ydeKripTion; Gilding ill
".t1!0' l),al11 ntl ornamental.
l'nrtlctilarattcntloii paid to Glass Gilding.
?il.?r ,?,1U:,.,C'1 for Scenery, Fresco and
i ?I?i"in Si1 1 11 ' ,. Fancy GlaZs, Show Cards,
Ulld, Plain and ornamental.
Call at the Shop and examlno our work.
Old Picture renewed or copied. Satisfac
USTAll work entrusted lo our caro will he
promptly attended to.
Shop in Thomas's old Mand tinder tlio
Perry House, corner Commercial ave. and
8th street. 7.10 tf.
The Illinois Central Had Hoad Compinr now
otterfor alo tho followlnKdescribod lots In. First
Addition to tho City ol fSiro, vliY
Lot block 20. Lot 'U block M,
' IS liu, 11 27 'i M.
S w', .. SJ ,, S'.
"''J'iK'11' apply to JAMES JOHNSON.