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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER .3, 1872.
JOHN I!. IHKIU,V. Editor and Publisher.
TERMS OF TUB DAILY HOI.I.KTIS:
One month, by mll . 2 A"
Three months . ' " 4 "S
Jf0"'' . ' ! 800
One year :
THE DOLLAR WEKKLY RULLCTIN
John H. Obcrly has reduced the subcrip-
lion price oruie wkkm.i
to One Dollar per annum. nwklmr It the
cheapest pancrpubllslicdln Southern Illinois.
of Now York j
FOR TIC TRMtDKNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
EDWARD RUM MEL.
FOR AUDITOR OP rURMC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATU TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LANl'lllER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN D. EUSTACE.
FOR CLF.RK 8UPRKMR COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A UHOWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILUANKS.
to- voto as thay pray, and pray for an hon-
ci t, temperate, charitable, and compotont
man for the presidency, tboy muit voto
for Uoraco Uroeloy who fllli the bill, in
preference to Oen. Grant, who does not.
DECLINES WITHOUT THANKS.
Judge Sldnoy Hroce, who wa nominated
by tho Bourbons of this alato for govornor,
has declined tho quostionablo honor. Ho
dcclnrct that tho nomination wni made
without any consultation of him, wan with
out hit content and was against his wishes.
"I havo,' ho significant, yi " n
desire to mingle in politics, nor will I
' willingly do aught to embarrass my
1 friends whoso views in this regard aro
quite in a different direction." "Wo
knew Judge Brceto was not made of stuff
that could bo manipulated by politi
cal assos like Ledlio. Ho is
one of tho ablest men in tho ropublic,
with a brilliant past rocord and a present
honorablo and high position. He is, more
over, a true patriot, and must, tboreforo, be
with and of tho Liboral party which alms
to secure tho regeneration of the govern
ment and establish again the endangered
liberties of tho people Judgo Brccie, the
soul of honor and of ono of tho most saga
clous of statesmon could not be induced
to act with arrant political fools like
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
1IARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election fn
We arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a oandldatc for Circuit Clerk of Al
exandcr county, at the eu-ulng election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We arc authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., ai a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We arc authorized to announce P. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensulnz November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
9AUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
lug November election.
We are authorized to announce IIAMU
'f ON IRVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff of Alexander county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
II. G05SMAX as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
tlon of the Democratic Convention
A Grant paper in this stale says that
in hit religious views Gen. Grant leant to
Methodism, but will not connect hlmtelf
with any church until intoxicating bever
ages at tho communion table are done
away with. All things considered, the
compliment conveyed in this statement it
rather a doubtful one.
A PLAIN WORD OR TWO.
There aro In Cairo two Irishmen who
have declared thoir intention to voto fur
Grant. Ono is a man who allows his pre
judices to run away with hi judgment,
anu the otner is a foolish follow with a
blathering tongue, toured against tho
wot Id and particularly againtt the democ
racy becauso a patent method which will
enable a man to live without work or by
holding offlco hat not yet been Invented.
How an Irishman can voto the Grant
ticket on which Itan old-time Know-nothing,
Honry Wilson, is a wonder and a
mystery. It wat Wilton, tho Radical
candldato for vice-preiidont, wbotald :
" The time has come when the state
uniform should no longer ue dis
graced BV BEING WORN ON THE BACK OK
Catholic Irishman, or an infidel
Contratt that utterance with this of
Horace Greeley :
" What I havo done in behalf of the
suffering Irish mi. Hons, I stand ready to
do again when a similar opportunity it
presented, anu not tor tuem only but lor
every oppressed and suffering people on
the face of God's earth.
Horace Greeley, when it wat hit pe
cuniary interest to float along with the
Know-nothing tide, ttemmed it; Wilton
floated with It and Grant had not political
seme sufficient to be either iti friend or
enemy. Greeley has always been the
friend of down-trodden people, and bit
voice is yet to be heard pleading for the
peoph of the South, which under Radical
rule hat become the Ireland of America, knowing jts full force without the ability
tyrannized over by worthless men, robbed ' to prove its truth.
politician, tho most insidious and tho Ablest
of tho Radicals in this county. Ho it
ablo to do Liboralism mischief becauso,
besides having aonte, he has the Radical
purse which is filled from tho corruption
fund at Washington.
Tboro it in this city a Radical wigwam.
"Whore did tho money como from to build
it? Don't nsK Pope, becauso,
honest as he it, ho is n fearful explainer,
and can, without falsehood, convinco any
man that black is white; ho is oven
plauslblo when he maintains tho position
that the Radical party is not dishonost.
Mr. Linegar of "tho firm," is elector
for tho State nt largo, and, as wo under
stand tho situation, docs not pay his own
expenses is run by funds obtained from
tho "crib." Mr. Popo need not bo asked
who dispenses to Linegar these funds.
Ho would bo too modest to toll.
Torches and capes, consigned to Mr.
Popo, with charges that run up into tho
hundreds of dollars, aro recelvod in Cairo,
and Mr. Pope payh the chargos not out
of his own pocket. Thoso torches and
capes aro distributed among tho colored
Grant men, and Mr Popo feelt happy, is
sure of his greatnoss and proposes
to tako tho County Attorney
ship, not becauso he noeds it
not becauso thoro is nny money in it, di
rectlynot becauso ho knows a great deal
of law and is anxious to find a vent holo
to let it through, but because in tho offlco
ho can aid his party and in an indirect
manner honestly make a moderato living.
Ho is tho Radical Khedive of Egypt, tho
Tom Murphy of Cairn, and tho devil in
our Liberal mill "beating tan bark."
MR. CLEMENTS' "DISUNION" RE
CORD. Tho Radical press of Southern Illinois,
led by tho bright-shining 'Sun' of Cairoi
has a great deal to lay of the disunion re
cord of Mr. Greoley and Mr. Wall. Tbo
former, they declare, assorted, at tho com
mencement of tho lato war, and yet main
taint tho dreadful doctrine that tho South
ern peoplo had tho right, if they felt ag
grieved, to teparate from tho Union.
Mr. "Wall, they insist, was nevor a loyal
man and mustered in the ranks of the
Knichts of the Golden Circle.
"We admire the strategy of these Radical
editors. It is amazingly wise, and would
entitle them to the name of great
politicians if it possessed the
element of originality. It I the
cry of "Stop thief!" cried by the thief
hlmtelf to tend pursuit on the wrong trail.
They know that Mr. Clements hit ac
quiesced in and advocated revolutionary
doctrines; that, to tbit day, be maintains
them, ar.d they would distract attention
from this fact.
We do not make this charge without
The seeond trial of 31 ri. Laura Fair
for the murder of Crittenden in San Fran
cisco, hai just been concluded. Mrs.
Fair has been acquitted and walks forth a
free woman. The dotails of her crime are
loo well known to noed recapitulation,
and the quality of that juttice which ac
quits her of all punishment for it may
well be queitioned. In the boat of the
present political excitement, Mrs. Fair
and the rotult which her acquittal is to the
outraged feolings of tho family of tho dead
man, are small matters, which occupy
very liltlo of the attention of the public
But a great principle was involved in her
trial, and tbo pernicious effoct of iti ter
mination, though unseon and unnoted
will extend far and wide.
Tub reception of Uoraco Grooley in
Niw York city on his return thoro after
hit western tour was enthusiastic in the
extreme. Ho was greeted with tho choors
and shouts of an immonso collection of
people who had assemblod to meet Mm.
An attempt was evon made to take the
horses from his carriage by a few enthu
siastic admirers, but the democratic in
stincts of the next president and bis
friends prevented. Horace Greoley has
grown into the hearts of the peoplo as no
presidential nominee who has preceded him
ever did, and no will be voted for as much
because his personal character, great intel
lect and kind heart have endearod him to
the people, as because ho it the representa
tive of tho groat political reform move
ment of the day.
The 'Congregationalitt, ' a religious
journal, ditcourting on the subject of
" Religion in all things " tayt Lot all
' Christian people feel their responsibility
' to vote and to vote at they pray. If all
who love God would to vote, the result
would be safe." Thlt it rather an in
definite conclusion and not very tttlsfac
lory to the carnal mind. However if it
meant anything, it meant that all good
Cbrittiant ought to vote for Horace Gree
ley. At we underttand it, neither Hor
ace Greeley nor General Grant is a mem
Imp of an orthodcx church. So far as this
W earned then, 11 good Christians " have
bo choice between thtm. But if they with
at Ireland it of its tubstance by scoun
drels, and kept in awe by the bayonet.
That auv Irishman, who sympathises
with bit own people, can aid the Radical!
in their nefarious, tyrannical work, it an
amazing fact, and conclusive proof that
God hat made tome very mean human
THE RADICAL MONEY POCKET.
It it bad enough to have a villainout
party robbing the people; ills beyond the
power of patienco to endure the boast of
Radical politicians that tbo money they
have stolen has been used by them in
their efforts to maintain their places in
the government. But they do so boast,
and Mr. Clements, tho Radical candldato
for congress in this district, openly de
clares that the two millions of dollars
stolen by tho groat Radical ring in tho
French arms transaction, has been used by
them to defeat the Liborals at the polls.
That what Mr. Clements says of the
ditpositlon of tbu stolen money is true we
have no doubt, and wo havo reason to be
lieve considorablo sums dishonostly ob
tained from the poople havo boon used in
this part of Illinois in the work of corrupt
ing tho nogroos and organizing them into
voting battalions. Mr. Popo, of the firm
of Linegar, (Grant doctor), Munn, (Grant
office-holder), and Popo, (goncral wire
worker), has bcon absent at Chicago lately
several times and has returned each time
with monoy. Ho has becomo tho money
pocket of our Radical fellow-citizens.
Mr. Popo it widely known in this com
munity, and hit love of catb, hit careful
ness in tho expenditure of his meant, aro
proverbial. That ho would visit Chicago
every few weeks at his own expento, at a
cott of probably $76 each trip, no ono
who it acquainted with him will
believe. He properly nover tpendt
a cent for which ho doos not receive
value. Ho would not probably, if ho
had lived at tho beginning of the Chris
tian ora, have contributed a shekel to
provide moat for tho Latt Supper un
let t he could first havo obtained the promise
of a subordinate but a lucrative offlco In
Paradise. Like a wito man, ho maket
each of hit ponnies double itself, and it a
politician becaute he can accumulate
money by following the butlnett. We
admire his financial skill, and believo ho
is honettat the world goea, Wo do not
mean to reflect on him In any degree. In
private life ho la clever, but we cannot
overlook the fact that he Is a dangerous
The 'Sun' probably remembers that Mr.
Clements, not many months ago, actually
applauded this sentiment, that whenever
any form of government monarchical or
republican becomes, in the opinion of
any people, subversive of what they
many consider to be their political wel
fare, they have a right to tet up a govern
ment for themselves that will "suit them
better." Is not this a revolutionary senti
ment? It it not saying to the people of
the South: "If this government don't
'suit you, get up one that docs?" Has
Horace Greeley ever said more than
this? Wo pause for a reply.
Rut wo declare and can prove, that Mr.
Clements was, at tho commencement of
tho war of secession, in favor of still more
dangerous doctrines, or elso that ho was
an opponent of tho policy of
Lincoln's administration and u
folllower of tho Baal of Democ
racy. Did ho not, lot us ask tho 'Sun,' in
tho yoar 1801, aftersix states had tocecded,
maintain with Logan tho doctrlno that
tho states of tho South should bo allowed
to romaln out until thoy should consont
to return ? If we remombor correctly Mr.
Clements hold about that timo, that tho
position of Mr. Lincoln's administration
and tho Republican party towards tho
South was that tho rovolution in tho so
cecded states should bo tnpprewd by
moral means, and that the cardinal doc
trlno of tho secessionists, namely, that
tho fedoral govornmont could not roduco
tho sococded states to obedience by con
quest, was a sound doctrlno, sinco our re
publican system was, of all forms of gov
ernment, tbo most untlttod for sucli a la
borthat tho laws should bo oxecutod
where authority could be oxorclted with
out waging war, and that tbo constitution
of tho Unltod States providod for tho re
turn of tho tccecded statos by authoriz
ing congress, on application to bo inudo by
a certain majority of tho states, to assem
ble a national convention, in which tho or
ganic law might bo roviscd so as to remove
all obstacles to a reunion I
Now, If it bo true, as wo intimated, that
this was tho position of Mr. Lincoln's
administration and its supporters, Mr.
Clemonts among thorn, what right has he
and other Radicals to throw dirt at Greo
ley? They wero all advocutes of the car
dinal doctrlno of the secessionists that
only a despotic government could conquer
thoroughly disaffected states, and that tho
South should be allowed to gooff in peace.
Disunlonitta I Of course ; Mr. Clem-
unit, if ho was an honost, enthusiastic,
hot-blooded aupporter of tho Republican
party just boforo tho flag was flrod upon
and tho outcry of Douglas carried tho
Democrats and Impetuous young Republi
cans into tho ranks if, wo say, Clements
was a true Republican at flat timo, ho
was a disunionist, and applauded when
Wondoll Phillips said : "Coerce South
'Carolina I No; rather build a bridge of
gold out of tho Union for hor, and
'speed tho parting guost," applaudod ns
loudly as tho othor day ho ap
plauded when Phillips shouted : "Long
' live Ulyssos I May ho continuo to bo
' Prcsldonl until every whito man in the
'South over forty years of ago has bcon
'put Into tho ground I"
Lot us udviso tho 'Sun' to pluck tho
beam of disunion out of tbo eyo of its own
candidates beforo it clamors about the
moto of disloyalty which Is "all lu tho
'oyo" of tho Liboral standard-bcarort.
NOBLE SENTIMENTS OF A DE
Our Homo Advortisers.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Cor. WaehitsKtoD Av. nnd Eighth HI, ,
THE SPIRIT OF THE SERMON ON
Tho following is an extract from a lato
political address of Ex-President Mahon,
formerly a Republican and president of
Oberlin college, Ohio. It is a forclblo and
pathetic appeal in behalf of the charity of
tho Liberal cause :
I shall bo pardoned here for a single
reminiscence. In a lute political gather
ing in Cleveland, Ohio, 1 made tho fol
lowing statement! : " In your great city
cemetry lie tbo remains of an only son,
who lost his life from injuries received
first froma Southern bullet, and then from
a clod of earth thrown against his body
by a ball from a Southorn cannon. By Ins
side Ho tho remains of tho v.'ife ot my
youth, who died from griof and over-fa-tiguo
around tho sick and dying bed of
our son. By their side lie the remains ot
a blooming daughter, who, as all her phy
sicians testified, died from no othor causo
than drooping heart-sickness oli account
of tbo death of that mothor and brother.
In tho army of the Potomac 1 lost tho
only then living child, a noble young man,
of my only sister then dead, and one
of two tons of tho only sister of my tlrst
wile, ."such are mv grievances. uat
duties do they impose? Duties to my
ueaa, to myselt, ana to tho living peoplo
of tho nation. Do they call upon me to
cherish in myself and excite in the living
around me bitter and revengeful reminis
cences? Cannot each Southern man
who has been bereaved, too, excite in him
self and the people around him what are
to him and to ibem remembrances equally
bitter and embittering ? Will such "a
policy benefit our dead, ourselves or our
country? Does it not tend, while it can
not reach our dead, and bless God
for it, to blight our virtues and our joy,
and toiavageize the national heart Does
not the spirit of amnesty, gtfi-will, izi
national brotherhood on the otter Laad,
tend equally to perfect our vi-:u, deepta
our joys and consolations, atd to purify
KZ.a to p&'.notize the nstiosal heart Did
not He ho is our supreme tiampler learn
obedience and love, amnesty, too, from
things which he sutTered' Shall not our
grievances teaches a similar lesson 7 Seen,
as I understa&d the subject, ire the duties
of the patriot and Christian in tbit crisis of
our national existence. Such, as I under
ttand the subject, is the fixed tendency of
The party of the people.
How can we at patriots or Christians
give our suffrages for the continuance in
power of an administration which has
forced and will continue to force upon
these subjected states, forms of govern
ment which are inflicting upon them the
most ruinous and intolerable evils? Seven
years of carpet-bag misrule has increased
their state indebtedness, just after the
desolating effects of internecine war, from
$70,000,000 to 5230,000,000 and has
forced upon them the most ruinous forms
of taxation, and all this with no assigna
ble benefits to these peoples. Under
this tame mitrulo we have had
genorated a war of races, most an
tagonistic to state or national unity, most
demoralizing In itself and Irreligious in nil
its tendencies. With all these evils be
fore it, this administration openly "pro
tests aguinsts shaking hands across tho
bloody chasm made by tho war, " and as
openly avows its purpose to continuo for
an indefinite futuro, military rulo and
carpet-bag misrule over these states. Will
our Christianity permit us by our suf
frages to perpetuate such an administration?
Where we will keep
A CO M P L E T E STOCK
fancy and toilet articles,
SICK-ROOM AND MJR9EUT APPLIANCES, A
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled . We alo draw the
BLUE LICK W A T E R S
(rA Grand Rapids manufacturing
Ann obtains its motive power from a water-wheel
a quarter of a milo distant, by
means of half a mllo of cable wire
stretched on pulleys across tho Grand
'Tim neenniAtrirl nr.iea Mn..ir.. n(
Toledo has mint lhn trmrlrala frnm iliui
city daily over sinco a period after tho
war of lblii, but thu day when he has sent
ono without closing with "Pork and lard
nominal" has nevor arrived. Detroit TVs-bune.
fiOfUulwor-Lytton was born In 1800.
Ho was tho third son of William Earl
Uulwer, and his oldest brother holds tho
family lands which were dorived from
William tho conqueror. His first story
was sent to tho press whon bo was only
Vs9Tho rising generation "ago" rapidly
in Detroit. A maturo specimen, eight
years old, was hunting about tho police
stations for a struy fat u or, tho othor night.
" You soo," ho romarkod with filial oxul
tatlon, " tho guv'nor's a llttlo wild yet, but
ho'll grow out of it."
ftyA couplo in Indiana, just rocovorcd
from a sovore Illness, published a card ot
thanks to thoir friends for tho care and
attention bostowod upon thorn, and con
cluded with especially thanking tho
South Bend cornet band "for so kindly
discontinuing thoir practlco during our
B3T" Whon was Rome built ?" askod a
school committeeman of tho tlrst cluss in
ancient history. "In tho night," nn
swored u bright llttlo girl. "In the
night I" exclaimed tha astonished examin
er. " How do you make that?" "Why,
I thought ovorybody know that ' Rome
wasn't built in a day.' "
aWHydraulic powor on a great scalo
(le,000 bone-power) Is to bo established
at Bellegardo, on tho Rhino, by drawing
off one-third of the water of the river
through a tunnel 660 yards long. Tho
height of tbo fall will bo fifty feet, and it
it hoped to Induce tbo Alsatian manufac
turer! to itttle there andettabllth a asc
Alto, a choice lot of Cigar, of extra qual
ity, Ktld at reasonable price'. Our
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTiLEN T
Will receive c-peclal attention ami caie.
being at all noun in charye of competent
and careful turtle. Pre-criptlons can-lullv
comjKiundeu at all hour day or tiltrht.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BEi 1
M EDICINE5 DISPENSED.
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A. II A h L K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
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War, Coal lloiln, KlreHhotcIa, Air (HXti.
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HARD AND DRY WOOD
Alirn,ll not Chrniipr
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates ut the Postolllco and at ltos
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
lentil unci twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure nnd will cord tho wood
up if desired.
twgin-tf DENNIS HALEY.
Successor to U.S. llurrell.
DEAL Kit IS
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Commer
cial uud Washington Avenues,
NEW .FURNITURE STORE.
ha8 opened u New Fiirnlturo Store on
Commercial avenue, opposite Seventh
street, and respectfully calluttcntloii
of tiie citizens of Cairo and sur
rounding country to hl
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All new, and warranted of tho
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He guarantees satisfaction both in price
and quality of goods.
BSrCall on nun baforo you make your
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Ther stimulate the weakened and tlletetnpereJ
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CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
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tie, a eaily applied water, for re-torlni;
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appearance, to eradicate and prevent dand
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top It- tailing out. It ! entirely liarinlc.aiid
perfectly Iree from any polvinou- nbtance
and will, therefore, t.tke the place of all the
dirty and iinplea-aut preparation now In
u-e. Numcrou- tc-tlmonlal- have been -ent
us from many -of our nmt prominent citi
zen'. In everything in which the article
now in u-o are objectionable, CRYSTAL
UIsCOVl'.RY. i- lierfect. It U warranted
tv contain neither sut'ar of Lead .Sulphur or
Mtrate orsiuer, it iloe' not oll tlie clonic
or calp, It agreeably perfumed, and make
one of the be-t drcini;a fur the llalr In u-e.
It re-tore the eolor of the llalr "more per
fect and uniformly than uny other prepara
tion," and alvvaj- doci mi lit from three to
ten day. irtiially lcedlni.' the root" with the
nonrl-hlm; iiualitie- ncceary to lu growth
and healthy condition : it retor the de
cayed anil Induce a new growth of the
Hair more po-itivelv than anything ei-e.
The nuiilicatiou of till- Wonderful discov
ery al-o produce a plca-aut and cooling
elleet on the -calp and gies the J lair a
p!cu!ng and elegant appearance.
Call at jour ilniggM for It ami take no
other. It he ha not got it let him order It
Price 1 per bottle.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington i,( .,
JOH.V'.VniN. HOU.OWAY .t CO..
(ieneral Agent?. Philadelphia,
J.NO. I". IIKXRY and V. C. WKLLS.vCO.,
ew lork, and to lie liatl of Vt liolasale
druggist", everywhere. u'l'M
Our Homo Advertisers.
E V E ' I N G
'i S J.T J IA.J iRT'j'
G REATEST WONDE R !
EVKRY STOVK IS GUARANTEED
TOOIVK A MOIIK U.VirORM AXII l'LEAHANT
HEAT, TO USB I,KhH WOOD, AICE MOIIK
UAKRFULLY FITTED, AUK MOKE
AKK UN II EH MOIIK 1'EIIVECT
CONTItOL, HAVE A BTItONOKK
(live better satiifiictlon, and hold for a
Lent X'rlce than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
t OU NAI.K
The Illinois Central Hail Roa.l Company now
oiler for lo the following described Iota In Flra'
Addition to tho City of Cairo, viz t
?! bl?.ck 20 I'Ot 24 block H2,
" " HI, " 'iH H't.
' M, 31 " 82.
" 3 " b'i, ll Si tl 82.
rterrne,te. apply to JAM ICS JOHNSON,
FOR HALE,jJor8aiejKOR SALE,
S-OR SALE. J For Hale I FOR SALE.
Faro from LivKitrooL,
Faro from Lojjdcndkhht
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Queinbtown
TO CAIRO, $48-20
P. Gt. Schuh.
s H v
i a o
b i '
? P 15.'
X C " '
a - h
BaBorJ, Moms O
WAG... i MANUFACTORY.
For Sale nt Wholewlo o Retail
COIt.NER AND OHIO LKVKas
I. UAM SJLK
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
I.AItUEVT VAKIETV STOCK IN Til K CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of If lnete-iuh trMtsssid ttom
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty, IlenaJae, (lasollar,
Anil the celebrated illuminating
nR0s8' DUILDINrt COP llTU-BT. A COM
Mf 110IAL AV.,
Cairo, - Ilivoii.
Lirerpool New-Tork and Philadelphia
i'ifoi ooxtsuot with cmitid statu aid iiiTisr
For Carring the Mails.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa ruatuia laroamrioii
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aqt.
IS Broadway, New York, or to
He II O UP t,
Waahlnglon Arenue, Cairo. noli. s
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAO
Commeroial-av., Foot of Eloyenth-it..
Beat quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on band, and for aaU at tha
vary lowaat flguraa for cash,