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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1872.
JOHN 11. OBKRI.Y, Editor and 1'ilhllshcr.
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FOU SlXltETAItY OF HTATE.
run avihtou or Mini. 10 accounix,
DANIEL Oil All A.
FOH HTATF. TKKAfUlir.lt,
CHARLES N. LANl'IIIER.
FOH ATTORNEY OFXKHAI.,
JOUN 11. EUSTACE.
FOH C1.K11K HL'l'KKMK COUltT MlllTIIV.IlN
CLF.HK HllI'ltEMK. COUltT GKNTIIAI.
DAVID A DROWN.
CLEIIK OF HUFIIF.MK COUHT MIUTIIKIt.N
K. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOK C0N01IE8S KKUITr.KXTH IllKTKICT.
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Terry County.
MKMBr.it iioaiid of equalization.
of Itiimlolpli County.
' FOK CENATOK,
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OHEHLY.
Wo are authorized to uiiuouiU'C JOHN J.
ilAKMAN as a cantllilato for Circuit Clerk or
Alexander county, at the ciculng election In
We are authorized to announce It. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exauder county, ut the en-tiln;; election in
FOK COUNTY ATTOltNKY.
We aro authorized to announce 11. JV.
WEUU, ESQ,., as a candidate Tor CountyM
torney, at the ensuing Novciuher election.
M'c aro authorized to announce T. It,
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney ut
the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce l'ETKK
SAW in a candidate for Slieiiirat tho eii-u
lng November election.
Wc are authorized to announce. HAMIL
TON 1UVIN as a candldato for re-election
to the olticc of Sheriff of Alexander county.
Wo are authorized to announco JOHN
McEWEN w a candidate for Sheriff, al the
ensuing' November election.
Wo are authorized to announce JOHN
JJ. GOSSMAN a u candidate, for re-election
to the olllee of Coroner, subject totbc deci
sion of the Democratle Convention
baro often been approved by tho guf
faw of tho laugher, and havo had "tho
run" for yean. jj
"Grant Is miking money out of Ids posi
tion, and thnt'a all he carci about. Stnntor
Tun latest objocllon urged by Grant'
retainer against Horaco Greeley is that,
if olcclod President, ho may placo a
"Kubel" In his Cabinet. That is an ob
jection) remark an exchange, which they
aro citopped front urging against any
candidate, for Grant did tho tamo thing in
making Amos T. Akcrman, of Goorgia,
his Attorney-Genoral. .SVm Francisco
Wf. charge, that John A. Logan toyed
with tho Liboral movement ; that ho hud
concluded to support it j that he chnnged
lii mind when ho was allowed to nanio a
friend to dlsbiirso tho $500,000 appropria
ted by Congress to paciry tho Teuton
Sioux Indian not over three hundred
strong. How wan that half million dis
bursed ? Will nny of it And its way into
Logan's pocket, ns pay for tho dirty work
ho is now doing for Grant ?
Sknator Looan assorted, In bis spooch
on Tuesday night in this city, tlmt
Charles Sumnnr was not a truo friend of
tho negro! Our opinion is thut Charles
ha had too much nigger on tho brain.
Ho has, during tho past thirty year,
dreamed about nothing but tho negro and
his wrongs. Ho hat not had timu to glvo
oven a passing thought to tho whito
man. Tho negro has (icon .his meat and
drink. And now coraoi, questioning
Sumnor's nogrolsm, John A. Logan, who
asicrtcd that, if wo wero to import baboons,
cut on" their tails, and give them tho bal
lot, they would make as intelligent electors
as tho negro! .
Gun. Logan, wo regret to say, I a stu-
pendous liar. Wo soy this in till klnducn
and becauso a sense of duty compels u to
stato so important n fact. Ho said, In his
Tuesday night speech, that Horace Gree
ley favored tho schemo of paying, out of
tho United States treasury, tho late slavo
holders tho valuo of tholr slave property.
Every intelligent man knows this to bo
false; but l.ogan was talking to an igno
rantaudienco of negroes and prejudiced
whito men, and ho dcllboratoly lied. .May
wo without oll'mise wo certainly intend
nnnnKttv that tho man who will bo
guilty of such ineniinoa is not only a liar
but n rascal 1 lltit wo have our consolation.
Logan will lio as heartily, but wo hope
not as transparently, for us whon ho shall,
as ho will, decluro his adhesion to tho for
tunes of tho rising party.
THE KU-KLUX, LOGAN. I NORTH CAROLINA.
UK PROPOSES TO' AKKKST FKKE
AND AT PUBLIC AUCTION SELL
THEM TO THE HIGHEST "
FK1ENDS OF HUMAN RIGHTS,
LOOK HERE UPON THIS
Neither tho Radicals nor Liberals aro
enthusiastic In Maine. Thov aro calm.
The Philosopher continues on his trav
els making excellent little speeches.
Mrs. Sarah G. Hale pays tho largest
individual tax ($3,534) in Nowburyport'
Mr9. Woodhull, turning her buck un
gratefully on tho Apollo hall nomination
for tho presidency, has gono to Eufopo,
which is bad for tho Europeans.
"There aro sixteen weighty reason why
Grant should never be president " CV.u-.
Gks. Looan, in his speech in this city
Tuesday night, arraigned Gen. Schurz
upon his military record, and charged him
with inefficiency and cowardice. Mr. Lo
gan "damns the Dutch" now. Ho is lull
ing for niggers.
A J'ROMIXENT tnorchant of Providence
writes concerning tho prospects for ltliodo
Island: "This State, I think, can bo
counted for Greeley, if nocossary. Ex
Governor James, Y. Smith, ex-Mayor
Amos C. Barstow, A. It. Dlko and Eli
Avlewortb,-I am informed, are for Greeley."
"Grunt In man without knowledge lo
preside over a cuucik h,jan.
Maixewbs ono of tho sUirest nockad
Democratic Stules in tho Union, until ono
For Uuveriior Kent,"
and ovor felnco it bus cast it vote against
tho party of its tlrst lovo.
"I know (Jen. Oram butter than an other
man in the eountry eun know him, it wa
my duty to study him, and I did night
and day, when I saw hlui and when I did
not see him, and now I tki.i. you what i
KNOW, UK C'ANXOTGOVr.lt.VTniS COL'.NTKY."
-Stcntarii tilmn M, Stanton,
Golladay, tho Kentucky ex-Con
gressman, who traded in cadotshlps, is on
tho stump against Greeley. At Kussell
villo, tho other day (says tho Howling
Green ' Demoarat'), "ho made his cus
tomary speech, replete with personal
abuse of Mr. GrccJoy, and appeals to tho
prejudices and hatreds of his audience."
Jack Ai.dkx wants a circus at Golcouda.
Lusk says a Liberal ltepubllcuii meeting will
answer the same purpose. Cairo Sun.
Bow would -Mr. Clements, tho Radical
candidate, answer for tho olown ? He Is
tit jokfMt man in tho district; and his
Jk, Uk clown's, are staudard. They
The Radicals will not swing loose from
tho moorings of tho past, but on all pos
iblo occasions recur to " tho record." Wo
accept tho Issue.
In roplylng to our chnrgo that Gon.
Logan, while ho was a member of tho
State Legislature, introduced and advo
cated a bill to sell, to tho highest bidder,
at public auction, tho free negroes found
on tho froo soil of Illinois, tho 'Sun' irrel
evantly asks the following question:
Why don't tho IJullf.tix or "6" tell the
people that Horace Greeley once openly
lavorcd the absolution of this Union, and
tho eternal riveting of the chains ofshiNeryr
Wo deny tho chargo. Horaco Greeley
took tho position before tho wnr, that tho
right of revolution was sacred that, whon
any form of government bocamo destruct
ive of the ends of life, happiness and lib
erty, it was'tho right of the pooplo thus op
proksed they being tho Judges to change
tho form of government and establish
unothor tliot would scorn moro likely lo
subserve those ends. In 1848 Abraham
Lincoln declared tho samo doctrine in
Congress, and it is tho lcernol of tho Dec
laration of Independence.
iiut, will tho 'Sun' tako particular notice
of those churgos.
John A. Logan, at tho commencement
of the late war was a blatant apologist of
tho Southorn disunionists, and in Congress
made a speech in favor of allowing States
that had soccded to go in peaco;
JJen Wade, now an adborent of Grant,
declared in tho Scuato that ho bolioved in
tho doctrino of secession, and whon ho
thought the interests of his section required
such a courso ho would Insist on tho seces
sion of tho Northern States;
Hun liutlor, another Grant man, was
tho (riond of Jeff. Davis, und a defender of
the Southern tiro eaters ;
All the prominent Republican papers of
tho North wero in favnr of allowing tho
sluve states to go out of tho Unlo'n ;
And Mr. Lincoln, when ho becomo
1'ronidont, determined to allow the seceo
ded States to have their Independence to
not coerce them,
Thu Republican party of tho North
wero opposed to a war for tho Union, and,
if it had not boon for tho hot-hcadod fool
Ishnen of tho Southern flro-ealers men
like Toombs, who aro now oppoting Gree
loy, there would not havo been any con
llict of arms, Tho Republican adminls.
trutlon reented an attack on the flag at
Sumter, but did not enter the conflict to
defeat tho dootrlno of secession by coerc
ing tho disatfucted States.
The ' Sua 1 has nothing to make by this
part of thu reoord,.
Tho mission of Senator Logan to South
ern Illinois is two-fold to throw tho
weight of his inlluonco for Mr. Clements,
who has been ono of his political tools
and to break tho forco of Senator Sumner's
letter upon tho colored mon ef Egypt.
Wo bollovo no exposure o( meanness on
tho pari of Mr. Logan and his master, Gen.
Grant, will havo any effect upon tho
negroes, who arc tho Stupid tools of Munn
and Popo and yet too Ignorant to form
correct opinions, but wo wish whito Rad
icals to bo thoroughly posted on tho po
litical record of tholr leaders, and there
foro wo proposo to furnish tho "features"
of tho infamous law of 1853, of which
John A. Logan was the author and pe
Tho first section provided thut if any per
son or porsons should bring into Illinois
any nogro or mulatto slave, ovon if tho ob
ject was to rclcaso him (or her) from slav-
ory, tho person so offending should bo
fined and Imprisoned. Mark this down
to the discredit of Mr. Logan.
Section thiid of this act is ns follows :
If any nkoko ok mulatto, bond or
free, thall hereafter come into this State
and remain ten day, with tho ovident in
tontion of residing in tho samo, kvkry
8UCH NF.ORO OK .MULATTO SHALL UK
lir.F.MKDOUILTYor A 11101! MISDEMRAXOK,
and for tho first offense shall bo flnod tho
sum of fifty dollars.
Tho next section provide that if such
negro shall bo found guilty and cannot
pay tho line, ho shall bo delivored to the
sheriff, and THE JUSTICE SHALL
FORTHWITH ADVERTISE SAID
NEGRO OR MULATTO, AXD AT THE
TIME MENTIONED IX SAID AD
VEIt TISEMEXT, SHALL, AT PUB
LIC AUCTION, PROCEED TO SELL
HIM OR HER TO THE
HIGHEST. BIDDER. Mark you,
honest Republicans friends of hu
man rights negroes in your ignor
ance, not knowing your truo friends,
hero is Mr. Logan, tho author and ultra
advocato of a bill to mako n negro or mu
latto man or woman, guilty of a high mis
demeanor fur daring to put his or her
foot on the yVfesoil of Illinois I to mako
such an unfortunate llablo to be arrested
and sold to tho highest biddor I Mr.
Clements ha a questionable friend, Mr.
Grant a questionable ndvocato. Logan
and liutlor and Carpcntor and Toombs
atid Wiso and Stephens and Blauton
Duncan and thu thief Tweed, who now
opposo Grooloy and opposo him becauso
ho has been tho opponent of such infornal
legislation, tho friend of human liberty,
tho enemy of slavery theso men ap
plauded that law at that time, whllo Greo
ley, Gratii Brown, Palmer, Trumbull,
Sumner tho pionoors cf Republicanism
with that instinctivo sensoof justice which
is tho impulse of every hoart in which
tho fountains of humanity are not stopped
by prejudico, denounced it with all the
vigor of indignation. And yet you aro
acting with Logan and Grant, tho man
who nover uttered a word in favor of
human liborty in his life who is too
stolid to feel for tho wrongs and too ig
norant to know the rights of any man
against Horaco Grceloy, whoso ovory Im
pulse has been for the woll-boing of the
human racol Shame upon you,overy ono I
But, It Is said, Logan ut tho tlmo ho was
thus heartless und thus forgetful of hu
man rights was a Democrat, and tho law
was unacted by a Democratic logislaturo.
Wo admit tho chargo. This is true; and
crimes liko this robbed tho
Democratic porty of tho con
fidence of tho pesplo. Leaving behind
it the principles upon which it was foun
ded, that all men aro created equal, and
endowed by tho Croator with the inaliena-
bio rights of life, liborty und tho pursuit of
happiness, it followed men liko Logan,
then tho suporservicablo tools of tho slave
oligarchy, Into sbamoful outrages liko
this wo aro discussing, into apologies for
tho uurso of slavery, and into tho evil
paths of political wrong-doing. And un
til lately tho malign liifluo'nco of thefo
Democratic leaders has woigbed liko
mill'Stouo on tho neck of tho party ; but,
in an auspicious moment, tho mats of tho
party roso against tho leaders and aban
doned thoold rut, laid aside tho old gar
ments, clothed tho party in Liberalism,
shovod tho old lenders aside, and accoptcd
Greeley, ono of tho Apostles of Human
Rights, as their leador. And what Is tho re
sult? To-day thu Bourbon Democrats,
who in the past stood by Logan in his
nogro-opprcssing days, stand with him
now opposing Greeley, whoprocurod their
hostility by denouncing attacks, liko
Logan's, on tho rights of humanity. Wo
rojolco that wo art no longer in such corn
pany, but aro mustorcd in defence of tho
rights of tho cltlzon, the equality or all
men, and the vital principles of tho con
stitution, with the great men of tho Re
publican and the flower of the
GROSS RADICAL FRAUDS.
HOW THE II ALLOT BOX WAS
ot votoscast was 2.2U4. in ormamp
Uounty tho voting strength is put
vn at 2,001. Tho number of votes
nully cast is 3,085. 1ft Robeson County
One of Iho greatest uegro-Orant strong
holds In North Carolina is tho county of
Halifax. By tho census of 1870 it hud a
population of 2O.40U. This year, on gov
ernor, it polled 6,i07 votes. This i at tho
rate of one voto to less than four inhabit
unts. Docs any man bcllevo that to bn
honest? Tho cuusus showed that it hud
but 4,465 malo porsons over twocty-ono
years of ago. Tlioro can bo no doubt that
a wliolcsalo and shameful fraud Was per
petrated in this county to tho oxtont of
nearly 1,000 votes. In this
county tho registry book was
aid to bo lost. There aro other
districts which polled a greater voto than
was registered, und some of them aro said
to havo counted moro votes than woro ac
tually cast. In Lenoir County tho voting
strength is put down at 8,081. xuo num
her of voto cast was 2,204. In Northamp
tho voting strongth Is put down at 3043.
Thu number of voles actually cast is 3,i!14.
In Simpson County tho voting strength is
put down at 2,080. Tho voto actually
cast Is 3,131. Ia Bladen County tho vot
ing strongth is put down at 2,010. Thu
number of votes actually cast is 2,050. In
Cumberland County tho voting strength
is put down ut 3,40'J. Tho number of
votes; actually cast is 3,773. In Duplin
County thu voting population Is put
down at '.',059. Tho number of
votes actually cast is 3,485. In
Frtinklin county tho voting strength is
putd own at 2,770. Tho nuiubor of votes
nctually cast is 3,035. In ono prcclcnt of
Brunswick county eighty votes wore cast
moro than woro registered. Insomo places
for instance, Hornet township, in Han
over couiHy ono or two companies of
negroes marchcdjto tho polls with arras in
tholr hand. In dcflanco of tho law, in
Wilmington, men wero relucted aftor
Sunday and on tho day of tho election.
Theso aro specimens of the frauds that
wero porpetratod throughout the State.
Thoro is not a doubt that Morrimon and
tho wholo Democratic State ticket were
elected, and that, upon a contest beforo
the Legislature, such will be declared tho
result. The frauds consisted in tho reg
istry of illegal votes, and in fulso counting
after they wero in tho box. For this pur
poso tho return favorable to tho Grant
ticket woro so strntigely hold back.
THE LATEST FROM JUDOK DAVIS.
From the Washington Patriot, August 0.1
Wo aro authorized to say explicitly,
slnco tho question has been raised, that
Judge Davis intends to voto for Mr. Gree
ley, and nover piopo3ed to vote for Gen
oral Grant. If thcro is no better reason
for such a determination, tho fact that ho
himself was a candldato beforo tho Cincin
nati convention Imposes an honorable ob
ligation to support its nomineo, which he
would b1) thu last man not to recognize.
The Last Chance. JIOO.OOO, In 3,309
Prizis, In CASH and REAL ESTATE
Gifts, aro to bo Distributed Legally, Fair
ly and Honorably, Sept. 18th. 1872, at
Mason City, Ills., in aid of a Public Libra
ry and Churches.. The Principal PRIZE
is S18.000., CASH. Tho Principal Prizo
in REAL ESTATE is a Handsome Farm
of 170 Acres, near Mason Citv; valued at
This enterprise is endorsed by tho best
business men of Illinois. Tickets, $2.00
each. For full particulars, address
STRAWN & MASSEY, Manager,
Mason City, 111.
In Louisiana tbero lived a postmaster
who was drawing an annual salary from
tho government of $10. Some tlmo- ugo
ho had an unpleasantness with a depart
ment official, and was forthwith given to
understand that if bis resignation were
tendered it would bo accepted with pleas
ure. And now it Is supposed a forty-second
cousin enjoys that annual $10.
! ST. NICHOLAS
Our Home Advortisors.
I hnrtorrd Mnrrli .11, 1NOV.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. SAFFORD, President;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
I'. H, IllBCl.AV,
F. II. HtfH.-sri.fc til.
It II. CtSMSOHAM,
I'AfL O. Hciil.il,
II. f. ililLIDAT,
J. M. I'uiLLir.
Dopoalta ol ussy AsnosssstReelVMtlrosn
Ib tVnlM Upward.
1NTKKKUT Aicl on lcidsiti at the rtlo ol six
pnrnrnt. poranuiim, Mnrch Island Heptcm
brr ll. Interest not withdrawn is f.ddecl Imme.
dlstcly to ire principal of Ilia deposits, thereby
RltltiK them compound Interest.
MAHtUKD WOMEN AM) CHILDREN MAY
'i nivr mki.se suteA dbaw it.
Open crorjr buslnos day from v a.m. lo .1 p.m.,
Rod HMiirday eyeninK tor HAVING DEPOilTb
oul from C to S o'clock,
miotl W. IITHLOI". Treasurer.
TILE CITY NATIONAL
' ,1 I It l. ILLINOIS
W. 1'. llAl.lilDAY, President;
IIKNKT L. UALXHMY, Vic-PreilJni ;
A. II. SAHFOKD, Cashier i
WALTER IIYSLOP, AmIhIsdI Cashier.
Htaatk Taylor, KostST U. Ci'nmimiimv
IltNat I.. llALLllJAT, W. P. HtLLItlAT,
Clio. I). Williamson, Hirrni.N Hi mi
A. II. HArroiD.
t'-icliniiKr, Coin nod United NIhIo
lliinil RoiiKit MBd Nold.
F.I'OSITH recelred, nod Kenrrnl hanking
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
DAMEt, JIUItli, Presidents
ROBERT. Mtl.. Vi.PreMit
(1. N. IIIIGIIKS, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS FROMPTLY MaDK.
EXCIIANOE, rotn, Lank note and Unit"!
Htatoa aecurltles bought and old,
Inter I Olnwd on Time nenwH.
UOUHM, KANSI. ETC I
HARRY WALKER & CO., l'rop'rs.
This house U newly fitted up with two
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for nil kinds of'
Thu hHloon it stocked with the Best
tiro compounded In thu most approved style,
JSrConic and eco for youri-elf. They keep
mi iiiiuu a uno siock oi
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWBITZER CHEESE AND nOL
re spread moruluc and evening at nine
o'clock, at whlcl all are Invited to particl-
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W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPFLY DEPOT
13 J TENTH feTHEET,
Door, Nash, Blind. MoaldintrN,
Envedattri-, (wood) Window und Hour
frame, Flooring, Lain,
NuliiKle, Ulaaed Hash, Olasied Nltle
l.lKhtv, Ulnaed TrauHoinN,
Naali Weight, Naata milieu and Tunis
Blind Foatenlnva, IlontliiR
I'ell, HooUojc Cement, I'lRNforliiK
Paper, Carpet Veil, Willie
Lead, United SHI, American Wlndots
UIaN, EnkilNii itudFrencli
l'lato GlaaN, Putty, UUbIi',".. 1'oiuIk
Newer I'tpex Patent Clilniueya,
Etc., Etc., Kir.
A OENTS lor Rock Hirer Paper Company'
Kheathmp Felt and CJunrtcCemont
II. W John's Improved Hoofing always on
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This it alao Iho only direct rnnlu lo
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SOUTHEASTERN R. K.
On and uftur Monday, April 24th, 172
trains will run as follow:
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LIME I CEMENT!
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLI.NU.
Cotunieroial-av., Foot of Eloventb-Ht.
Best quullt v of Llmo and Cement al
ways on hand, and for nth) at tho
very lowest llgures.for cash,
I, eve order at the oWce on Cnmmerclal.av. at
) pel of Klevenlh street. nnvllld.iiin.
AHE YOU GOING WEST?
If so, take our advlco anil purchase your tickets
over tie old reliable aud popular Missovai Pa.
rinc ItAuaoAp, wlilcli la ponltively the only lino
running three daily eipresa trains froinHt. Louis
to Kan.as City aud the west! and is posillvely
the only ine which runa Pullman palace sleepers
and Una day uoariiee, etprcially for movers,
equipped with Miller's snloty iilatform, and the
patent aleam brake, From Hi. Louta to Kansaa
City, Ft. ocott, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchi
oii, fit, Joseph, Nebraska City, Council lllutls
am Omaha without change I For lufoimutlon In
regajd to time tables, rales, Ac, to any point In
Missouri, Nebraska. Kansas, Colorado, Texa,and
California, call upon or address H. H. Thompson,
agent, Missouri Pacific II. R, Columbus, Ohio or,
K. A. Furd, General Paaaengtr Agent, Bt. Louis,
Ha trouble to answer questions J-C-wl
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. H AN NY.
S TRIP E S,
KKNTUCKY JKANB, XKTttA,
LAKUE STOCK OF 0AR1-STING
Ilia Kullre NMirk
VERY LOW FIGURES.
COItNKK BTIl ST. AND COMMKItCIAL-AY.,
WUUD 1 WOOD I WOOD 1 1
The undermined will furulsh
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Cheap, 11 ssot Chrnpcr
had anv wood denier In Calm. I.in
on tho slatc at the l'otollleo uud at Romi
i nil yiirn, on Lonunercini avenue, between
1 oiith ami twellth ,Htreet, Cairo. Illinois. I
givy (rood uieusiiro ami will cord tho wood
up ii iiesircu.
ai?10-tf DENNIS HALEY.
Our Homo Advortisors.
Tim eonartnershlp hetwecn Cloo Vln-
uuiu n ui a nny iiixauiveu uy niUlllal IIL'ree.
nient, All who tiro known to ho liulehlcd
to tho I Inn will 1 please i call and petto nt oneo
with cither ol tho partio.
Cairo, AtiK. 1,1872.
A victim nf early ImlUcrellnu, fnu,ng rervous
debility, promaluro deciy, etc, having trl.d.ln
vain every aitvertised remedy, has discovered
f.Z. iZ TV . , , ''"ture, wn.on he will send
fiee to his fellow suflerers. J. II, Itee es, No, W
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
K8IUI2NCI'.N(,, 21 Thirteenth street, be-
twenn Wanhlnatnn menue and Walnut atreet.
Ulllce lilOoiniiierolul avenue, up stair.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RKHIDKNOK-flornerNinth aud Walnut t,
Dlhce coiner sixth street ami Ohio levee.
Olllee hour from 0 a.m. to l'J in,, and 0 p.m
. II. WAHDNEl. M.D
Knf)IvN0W-Cnrnr Nlnelnnlh" Ire and
LV WashlnKlon nvctiiie, near court liniiie, (Jf.
rtcnover Arier'4iroeeij blmi', Ollien Hour Irom
to h, m. in 12 m. and Irntn t to 4 n, in,
It. S. MtimiAM.il.D,,
Hoineopnthlc Physician anil,VrL'eon. (
i co inn uomnicrclal oentic;."itcsi(itjH'e on
TciilhXreetthn'c ilOoi-v.wc-toft'.R'. Avood-
(Hucttsnor lo I. Haup.)
WHOLESALE & KETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
Wl Conimeieial Avenue,
NEW YOIIK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I.AUOEST VAlllETV STOCK IN THE CIT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
I'orurr of Nlneleeulh trtclassil Com.
C. 0. 1'ATIEJI.
R E T A I L CSr R O C E R
And iJeatcr la
VIXlETABI.Ei, FRUITS, EOOd, L-UH)
VHKSU BUTTER, ETC.
All OooiU warranted fresh, and sold
at the Iowet prices.
Corner btli aud St. ComuicrclalAve.
In liiidcr'a New llrlck Btilldlnir, comer ol
Eighth and Wii'-hlnston Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
INH DEAI.Klt IH
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
lei: CitEAit and Soda Fountain.
I deklt e to inform my patrons and the pub
lic at large, that I am at all times prepared to
ftiruMi everything In the above line on the
'hortct notice, Incltidinc; Wedding and
Oticen enkea. ete. AUo supper parties fut
iil'hed to order protnptly and perfect catls
For quality anil prlcei I defy come ptitlou.
Try ine once and you will come attain.
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared lo supply cuilomer with the beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
CO A T i.
OKUEItS left ut Hallldav Bros, oillce, To
onto lkvkk. or ut the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will reecho prompt atten
tion. The Ti; "Mo.ntauk" w ill bring coal
alnwrxldc to steamers at anv hour.
EL DORADO p
BILLIARD SALOON ANdbAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
11)0 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILUNOlrt
Ileal brnd of Callfo UCIgsrsJust recerv'.J,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the best
of tables ; and bur supplied with wines, liquor
and clears of the finest brands.
amd psura in
EioiiTH Stiikkt, Between WABUiNQTOf
and Commercial Avenues,
Aitjolnloif Itl'lonlionar aal Hassajr'aj.
Keop the beat or Ileel, fork, Mutton Veal,
Lamb, Sautaxe, etc., nd are prepared to irve
eltiimm in the moat acceptable manner.
.TAMES KYN ASTON,
UUTOIIKW AND DEALER IN ALT. KlNDa Ok'
COII.NF.lt NlNKTEXTII AND I'01'l..Ul STN.,
Biiyn mid Miiushterw only tho heht cattle,
line; uud hlivep.iindls prepared to till uiiy ilu.
uiuiid for Ircsh meats iVom one pound to ten
thousand pounili. lcc2utf.
llest In the United Stales. Water Coolers, Toilet
stt,l X Li Ireciers, Hlti and Npocsa Uatha.
t-aijes, Ilrasii, Copper and Enamelled Ware. Ilrit'
anlu and planished Ware, Jatmnned Waro of
JtMnVeUoffi ageuoial aasortment of
AmonKOlheri 1 keep lliejually celebrated
It is uteleas to mention their superior qualities
country r ,hem,,ve" mrougliottt the
I manufacture every thing In Tin, Bheet Iron, and
Copper Ware out ut the very best material, and a
ha.o no hesitation In stating that I have"
and more complete as.ortment of goods men.
Honed than can bo found in the city
Country dealers will Und it to their Interest lo
"j'ow.in'V". ? M?.x Purehaalngelaiwhire
iTg,A0UJe S.u,lfinK. nd all outside work
promptly attendeflo. o. w. HENDEESON,
U 190 Commrrelal avenue, Cairo, III!