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OFFICE, BTTIiIjBl'rilsr BTTIXiXI3STO-, COB. 12TH aTRBBT WA.SHiasTO-'rODCT A.VE2SJ"CTE.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1872
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AY.
Preaching, Sabbath lit 10 a.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday nt 7i p. m.
Sabbath School, .1 p.m. .1. M. Lansden, Su
pcrlntcndcnt. Uv.v. II. Thayer, Pastor
METIIODI9T.-Oor. Eolith anI Walnut SU
Preaching, Sabbath at 10) a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, 3. p.m. I.. W. Stltlwcll,
Superintendent. Hkv. V. L. Thompson,
ClIUKCH OF THE ItKDEEMKlt-fKpl'CO
Morning prayer. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Evening prayers, "1 p.m.
Sabbath School, a.m.
Rev. E. Coa.v, Hector.
8T. PATRICK'S CHURCH-Nlnth fit. and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath .School, 2 p.m.
Service every (lav, 8 a.m.
ItEV. P. .1. O'llAM.01tAN, Priest.
street between WuiOilngtoii Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at '1 o'clock p. 111. II. O.
HKV. ICoii't. IlKMitH, Paxtor
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
& Co', book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
L. W. Stim.wki.i, President.
FMCA.V MCTHOOIST.-Fouiteenth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
enlec, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
bbath School. 1) p.m.
,bm meets at a i.m.
KCONI) FKEE WII.I. HAPTIST Flf.
teenth Street, between Walnut and Cedar.
Sen Ices Sabbath, 1) and 3 p. in.
ItKV. N. ItlCKH, Pastor.
FREE WILL UA1TIST HOME MISSION
SA1U1ATII SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School, I) a.m.
FIRST FKEE WILL HAPTIST CHUUCH
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A 7) p.m.
Hkv. Wm. Kkllky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONAItY HAPTIST CHL'KCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday etenlug.
Preaching, Friday eiening.
Sabbath .School, 1) p.m. .7ohn Vanltaxter
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendents.
ItKV. T. J. Smokes, Pator.
SECOND HAPTIST CIIUKCII-Kourtrenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church recognized by tho As
sociation. Sen ices, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Hkv. Jacob Huadi.ky, Elder.
A1HO 'COMMANDKRY, No. 13.-SUtcd
As-emblv at the Asvlutn Masoulc Hall, Bret
and third Saturdays In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. '-it. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAHIO CHAPTEIt No. 71.-Hegular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot every month,
CAIRO LODOE, So. 837 F. & A. M. Regit
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXASDEIt LODOE, ..SJ-Mect In Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Artcr's building, every
Thurnlay evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovcnior .Tolm M. Palmer ;
Lleutcnant-Ootcrnor .John Dougherty ;
Secretary or State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor or State C. E. l.lpplncott :
SUtc Treasurer E. N. Hates ;
SupU Public Instnictlon-Ncwton Ratcman
Senators Lyman Tnnubull and John A.
Representative for the State-at-I.arge S.
Representative Thirteenth District .John
MEMHEUS OENEHAL ASS EM HI. Y.
Senator, First DMrict T. A. E. Holcomb,
r Union, and S. Ii. ulbon, or uallalin.
Representative. Flrt District-
Judge D. J. Hakcr, or Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Sheriff A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Hross.
Associates J. E. McCritc and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Oossinan.
MUNICIPAL "go VEItNMENT.
Mayor John M. Lnnsden.
Treasurer J. II. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. H. Pope.
Police Magistrates Y. Hross and H. Shan
ncssy, Chief or Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor .Tohn M. I.aiisdcn.
First Ward-P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward .Inn. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Slant Taylor.
Clty-at-Large W. P. llalllday and D.
BOAItli OF ALDEKMHN.
First Ward -James lteardcu, A. U. Saf
lord, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Ward It. II. Cunningham, E. Hu
dcr, (. Stance), James Swayue.
Third Ward-Win. Stratum, J. II. Phlllis.
Fourth Ward Juo. II. Robinson, U. U.
Seaso. J. II. Metcair.
DJl. B. C. TABER,
Will rcsumo tho practice or his profession
with especial reference to tho clectrlca
treatment ol disease in all tho new aud Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of lemulo complaints a lady
will bo In attendance.
Ofllec, Via Commercial avenue, up stain.
WILLIAM u. SMITH, M. D,
pESIDENCEj-hn. 21 Thirteenth street, be
XV tween Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Ufflce U I Commercial avenue, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
-pESIDENOE-cornsrNinth and Walnut sts,
tvOfbce coiner Sixth street and Ohio levee.
Office hours-froin 0 a.m. to til m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, JLD,
IEaiDENOK-Corner NineUenffi street and
J.V Washington avenue, near court house. Of.
Bin over Arier'e Grocery Htore, Ottlce Hours from
10a.m. to li m, and 'om ii to4o. m.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlaiu n. Green. ) ...
ert, J- HAIKU, iLiiinuia,
William B Gilber
MUos r. Gilbert
. mpeeiK. attention given to Admiralty tod
OfFIOE OHIO lT, BOOM 7 AM) 6 OYI1
CITY VATI01TAX. MAK.
MK. GREELEY ON THE LATE
THE N. Y. TJtlHUNK ON THE OUTLOOK.
SPIRITED ItALLY ALONG THE
THE GREAT LI II EH AL 3IOVE-MENT.
ITS SUCCESS NOT ONLY POSSIBLE,
SOME PACTS ABOUT THE PENN
UK. (IKEEI.EV OS TIIK LATE ELECTIONS.
New Yokk, Oct. 12. Mr. Greoley'a
view on tho October olections have been
freely expressed to those who havo ques
tioned him iiocohli return from Daltlmore.
To a Herald reporter ho said : 11 Our peo
plo aro not likely to get frightened by the
October results. We intend to do our
best to tbo end. I think wo can surely
count upon 128 electorial votes In the
South, and I think the North will give us
tho rest. Undoubtedly thoro wero iraunda
perpetrated in the' Pennsylvania election ;
frauds that affect the whole American
scheme of self-government more disas
trously than tli oy can affect me personally,
and I believe tho principles of tho Liberal
movement aro 10 deeply embedded in the
minds and heart of tbo people that
only similar fraud can insuro the suc
cess of tho other side in November. It
must be remembered that frauds cannot
bo diffused so readily over thirty-sevon
states as over threo. I feared for Penn
sylvania, notwithstanding the evil char
actor of tho Republican nominees there,
more than I did in Ohio, because our
friends wore well recognized in Ohio, and
greatly lacked organization in Pennsyl
vania. In at least or.e speech in Penn
sylvania I strong) v urged organzition, and
explained tho need of it,"
"Will you make any more tours this
canvass?'' asked the reporter.
"I do not know," responded the Lib
eral chief; "I will visit a number of agri
cultural fain, and if our friends think my
services aro needed in the field I will
To a 'World' reporter Mr. Greeley ro
markod that he taw no reason for any de
spondency, and was as firm as ever in bis
belief that tbo Liberals would triumph in
November. Tho reault in Pennsylvania
and Ohio was no real criterion, andahould
those states go the tamo way in November,
tho Liberals still have good cause to bopo
for success. His impression was that the
Southern states, with probably ono excep
tion, would give Liberal majorities. Their
electoral vote, together with what would
be added by New York and Ohio and
Northern states, were sufficient to insure
victory. Ho was certain, from what he
had seen since Tuesday' olections, that de
feat in Pennsylvania and Ohio had in
vigorated tho Liberals throughout tho
country, and incited them to enter into tho
campaign with greater energy.
THE rENXHVLVAMA ELECTION.
Mr. Alex. McClure's statement as to tho
result of tbo Pennsylvania election is,
that whilo 20,000 Democrats refused to
vote in tho state, .0,000 illegal votes were
cast for Hartranft In Philadelphia. Tho
first ward returns, ho says, gavo Hart
ranft 23,000 majority. Two hours later,
alarmed at their own work, thoy reducd
tho majorities below 18,000, and sent
them on as revised returns. In no ward
in Philadelphia did Hartranft
honestly run abend of his
ticket. I had hourly returns
from many parts of tbo city, and ho was
almost uniformly behind and never ahead.
English, a federal office-holder and the
most expert arithmetician in the city, was
president of tho election board, with Lano
m secretary. Returns wero read off and
papers signed before the figures were
TO TUMP FOB GREELEY AND BROWN.
Gov. Parker and Attorney-General Gil
christ of New Jersey are to take the stump
at onco In behalf of the Liberal candi
dates. INDIANA, NEW YORK AND NEW JERSEY.
Administration money is now pouring
into New Jersey, and the straightout Dem
ocrats aro showing sympathetic activity.
Tho Grant programme now is to confino
their greenbacks to Indiana, New York
and Now Jersov. Thoy think a sufficient
number of strafghouts can be bought to se
cure Indiana and New Jersey, and by the
Tweed and O'Brien alllanco Now York
TIIE TRIBUNE'S FAITH.
Tho ' Tribune ' says : " "W hon a roverso
has been encountered, soldiers sometimes
begin firing into their own ranks, but we
havo novcr hoard that rovorses woro that
way retrieved. Wo can throw away tho
presidential election, or we can carry it.
The forces in tho Hold are amply sufficient
to win a victory. That the Liboral party
is at certain to rule in the near
futuro as was tho coalition called
the Republican party after and in spite
of its great dofeat in I860, wo tako as ono
of the palnablo facts of tho situation. But
it has in tho present struggle this groat ad
vantage, ns coniparod with tho first na
tional struggloof tbo party it is to succeed,
that it has an impregnablo basis of ono
hundred and twenty-threo Southorn votes
on which to start, with the majorities at
tho Into elections and enough of others to
bring victory within its grasp. The cam
paign for tho next three weeks can be so
ordered as to put theso latter statos boyond
' Tho two wealthiest Englishmen, so far
at least as poreonal estate goes, who havo
ever lived in Fngland, havo died within
tho last decade. They were Mr. Morrison
and Mr. Brassoy. Tbo porsonal property
of the first was sworu under twenty mil
lion dollars; that oi the second undor
thirty millions ; but it is understood that
a groat deal of Mr. Brassey's estate has not
yet boen sworn for duty, owing to dif
ficulties in appraising it, and that, In fuct,
it will prove to bo nearly one hundred mil
lions when this has boen done. Both these
men, like most of thoso who have made the
vory largest fortunes, began life poor,
Mr. Morrison entered a dry goods ware
bouse, where he contrived to secure the
affections of hli emplovor's daughter.
They wr married, and ha was takan into
the business, to which ho untlmately suc
ceeded. Ono great stroke ho made was tho buy
ing up of all the crape in England, in an
ticipation of tho death of the Princess
Charlotte of Wales. This lucky hit is
supposed to have put a very large sum of
money into hit pocket.
Ho invested a largo portion of his enor
mous wealth In real estate, and became
ono of tho greatest landlords In the United
Kingdom. His principal country resi
dence was Basildon park, near Reading,
in Berkshire It Is a stately mansion,
standing in a very pleasant park, and
filled with a maj-niflcent collection of
works of art, of which ho wm a very liberal
purchaser. The very book-cases, tables
and chairs wero designed by men such as
Sir Charles Eastlake, R. A. In the din-lug-room
wero two columns of rare and
beautiful marble, purchased from a church
in Italy at a prodigious prico. These pil
lars wero extraordinarily heavy, and ton
slderblc difficulty was experienced in bring
ing them to thoir destination, the roads
being at various point quite broken into
holes by the weight. Besides his collec
tion at Basildon, Mr. Morrison had a gal
lery of choice pictures at his house in
He was not tho least ostentatious, nor
did be aver evince the tendency, so com
uon to nouteaux riches, of toadying peo
ple of rank, bis principal associates being
Toward tbo closo of his lifo he became
as so often happens in tho case of very
rich men, oppressed with the Idea that ho
was miserably poor and should die a pau
per; and a small sum was paid to him
nvery week at a wago, to humor his fan
cies. Mr. Morrison left several sons. To tho
eldest he bequeathed the interest in his
warohouse, estimated at threo hundred
and fifty thousand dollars a year (which
that gentleman sold to a joint-stock com
pany) and further very extenslvo estates.
To the second ho left some two hundred
thousand dollars a year, and to the others
incomes varying from sixty to eighty
All his sons havo turned out steady, re
spectablo mon ; and ono is a well known
Liberal member of Parliament.
Mr. Brassey's great fortune was the ro
suit, in tho first instance, of successful
railway contracts, and then of the ac
cumulations consequent upon the great
sums thus made. Like Mr. Morrison, ho
was tho least ostentatious of men, and, like
him, too, was fortunate in a wifo who re
sembled him in this respect. Indeed,
Mr. Brassey's expenditure, so far as his
establishment, etc, went, probably did not
exceed fifty thousand dollars a year when
his income was two million dollars a year.
Like Mr. Morrison, ho was fortunate in
his children. He had three all sons.
They bear tho highest character, and now
have divided among them the colossal
fortuno which their father and mother
only seemed to care for in so far as it
would contribute to their children's happi
ness. It is remarkable that these two men
England's wealthiest sons should all
their life have been indifferent to what
most successful men in their country
aspire to a seat in Parliament. Mr.
Morrison, we believe, did occupy one fur a
brief timo, but Mr. Brassey never. Two
of bis sons aro now very useful members
Comer Twcnty.ccond Mrect and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
price. Also a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at HALLIDAY
BROTHER:?, or apply at tho Dill.
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
Both French and Scotch cassimeres
all colors. Beavers and Broad-cloi ii
constantly on hand, and all goods warrant eu
In all Us branches also carried on
NEW LIVERY STABLE
between wabh'n avenue and walnut
Vr. li. V. riolds Informs tne public that he hni
on the northwest side or Tenth street as named
HI Bubles will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the publio may De accommodated at all houre
S.'o'Ji'L'tfX n'8ht with sale teams on the LOW
and will endeavor to merit it bj fair dealing and
AMD DIALIB IR
Eiqhtii Street, Between Wabiiinotob
and Commercial Avenues,
AdJolaisiK Bi'tetshoaae susd Ilassssjr'a.
Keen the best or Beet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausage, eto nd are prepared 10 s.rve
sitisens In the most acceptable manner.
Butcher and Dealeb in all Kinds or
Corner Ninetenth and Poj-lar 8th.,
Buys and slaughters only the best' eat tie
bogs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMMieff ARB reBWABBIMO.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agent of
into RIVER AVI) KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvke,
JOHN B. PIILLIS k SON,
(Successor! to John H. Phllhs,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.,
General Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Successors to E. B. Hendrtcfe k Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancements made sSaM
upon Consignment. l
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all point and buj and
sell on commission,
ayBusinen attended to promptly;
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors to Stratlon, Hudson Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
Z, D. If AT II UBS.,
E, 0 ,UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc h ants
iAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
HO. ft OHIO I.RVBB.
.Cement, Plaster Paris,
KO. 71 OUIO LEVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
j3TFor the purpose of building up a
wholesale trade In Cairo. I will sell to deal
en and contractor- in lota of CO barrels and
upward, at manutaoturing prices, adding
rCalro, Attxuit It 117.
From now until the first of January wc
of not less than six quire each at the follow
ing low rates :
Weston, bct quality, Mx quire and
upward, Russia end and bands, size
of piKC 11JX18 Inches, per quire ... tl So
The price per qulro of same books, .
in ot. Loul. at the cheapest marm-
, factoring establishment In that city,
' i .
ID JEj 3vT Y,
SixfSaires and upward, page 10xl0,
jvtfejiurc 1 00
Price perqulre of same In St. Louis K. 1 25
Six quires and upward, page 12x10,
per quire $1 50
Price per quite In St. Louis of same Is. 1 75
Six quires and upward, naire 14x20.
per quire t 83 tor
Price per qulro in St. Louis 1 M
uiui-r ihjuiu iirupgnionaiciy encap.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSfHIP
warranted of the best quality.
Music. Magazines and that clas of books
we will bind In Genuine Morocco In the very
best style, Cloth or l'aper, at 75 cents to H
per Volume. Price of same in St. Louis li
91 00 to $1 50. i -
A COMPARISON OF OUR PRICKS WITH
will at once show the advantage of patron
izing thr Bulletin Blndcrv. ,
tf. JOHN II. OBERLY, Proprietor.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. '72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKT JEANS, FX.TEA,
GflOS 1RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
His Eatlro (stock
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
CORNER 8TU BT. AND COMMBRCIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE, .
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD YERY CLOSE.
Corner of If tnetccntti atrMtsusd Com
O. O. PATIER.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
And Denier la
VEGETABLES. FRUITS, EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
far All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. and CommorclalAve.
THE 3STE1"W system:.
OROCERIEB RETAILED AT WIIOLKBALE
PRICES TOR CASH.
AT U. 0. THIELECKE S STORE.
WABUINOTON AVENUE. UETWEEM TENTU
AMD ELEVENTH ttlHEETI.
50fbs. dry Cuba Sugar for $5 0
01 " ... l 00
OJ Its. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. 8td. - 1 00
4 " Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
81 " Choice 11 11 . . 1 00
8 Old Government Java . - 1 00
Tew and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods new, and full weight (Ivan. Call
Our Home Advertisers.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o titty ftaacriptUn,
lath, shingles, cedar postb
doors, sash, blinds
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
loo Xfllm tao Morton
W. W. THORNTON'S,.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH STREET,
Doora. Noah, Blind. Monldlnca,
BaveOnStera, (wood) Window stnd Door
Frtunra, Floorlnsj, Lata,
Hnlnsjloa. Olaaea Sloan, Glassed Hid
Llcnta, Olaaod Trnnaonsa.
Haan WcLxhU, Haan Pallleej and Corda
Blind Fastening. Koodnsj
Flt, Boodsss Osntnt, Plaatorlnsi
Paper, Carpet Felt, WnJM
Lead. Elnaed Oil, American Window
tjlaaa, EnRllab aadFrenets
Plate Glaaa, Patty. U'aaler'e Potata
Hewer Pipe. Patent Cklmneraj
ElBhtr lleatnolnortoat Bonto
TO ST. LOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
, , OM CAIRO TO
ClnclnaaU. i. tlanaooll. ' Toted.
I S"i.u' Cletelaod, Nlara Fall,
IiutHlo, Hut.buig. WuhiaatoaT
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Tort.
Boston and all point Mat.
i Mllwaukie, Janestllle, Madison,
, l.at'ro.ie, Bt. Paul and all point north.
This I also the ooly direct rout to
' Decatur, Blooming-ton, Mnnnreld,
I IVorla, Quincr, Keokuk,
, Burlington, Rock UUnd, La Ball.
M'Ddol. DlJon. FTMBOrt.
(lalena, Dubuque, Hloui Ultjr,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Car
On all Night Trains.
Daf-gage Checked to all Important point.
For tickete nnd Information, apply to I. C. R.R
depot t airo; on board tne transit ateamer be
tweeu Columbu and Cairo, and at tne prlnclpa
rallroa I ticket office throughout the south.
W. P.JOUNiON. Oen'lrae. A't, Chtoaio.
A. Mitchell, Gen'l, Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 19T2
trains will run as follows:
iai soma soctbiast.
Leare Virtinla.. 8:40 a. in 1:ob.b,.
" Springfield. 8:0 Stf
,' TaylorYilte ...... 10 6 S.
Arme at Pan.- ll.to .IT '
A OENT9 lor Rock Hirer Paper Company'
2. Sheathing Felt and Quarts Cemont
U. W John's Improred Roofing always on
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole right in this city to use the
FULTON DRY I$ILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we arc espe
cially prepared to furnish at all times, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED l.UMDER.
Attention is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part ol the city
Orders received at the office of
S AFFORD, MORRIS CANDEE,
at that of tho company, comer of 34th
trcetand Ohio levee allKd3m.
RT "NTTiHTTnT. A R S
HARRY WALKER CO., Prop'rs.
This house is newly fitted up with two
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon Is stocked with the Best
aro compounded In tho most approved style
tarc'ome and see lor yourself. They keep
on hand a flue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
are spread morning' and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all are .Invited To partic
ipate tr a ot chargs. -u
taiixs ooma moitbwist.
Leave Tana 4,( a. m 3.S4 a. sa.
' Tatlor'ill .o ' ..4.6
Arrive at Hprngfleld...S.l " ......6.ou
Leave 8prinfield.......e.6 11 Hi
Arrive l Vtigtni.......S.S " ...... ......S.1J
TJUS OOIX CTISIBT,
Leave Edgwood 6.30 a. m. ..10.J0p. m
" Klora... 6.5 .11.40 '
arrive at Sbawneet'n .at " S It
WIN EM ARB LltiUCHB.
WHOtUiLl 1X0 BITilL BliDta
I WINES AND LIQUORS. 1
And proprietor of ne" and spendid
no. n oajo levxv
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
Wines and Liquor, which he will sell at the
very lowest figures. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OB 10 LEVBI
Also, kp conitantljr on hand a meet eeta
plt stock of
SCOTCH A1TD IBJSH WBUKInt
Q I M a.
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Winas
RaMYTU a CO. eTTe'xcluslvelT for ch, to
. which fact they InvlU tb especial atua
tion f close bar cam buyers.
F. M. STOOKPLETH,
srcciuoa o roata srocsruta
Reetlfyer ana Wneleanle Sealer In
Foreign anl Basneatle
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Levm,
Rkeenaon hand conatanllr a lull (took
Old Kentucky Bourbon. Rv and Moaoeaa
lela Whlskie. French Brand!, Ilollaad U
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BILLIARD SALOON AND BAB
BOOM. JOHN OATBfJ, rrerteter.
lot Commercial Avnu. CAIRO, ILLIM01H
Beat brand of Callfo Cigars I a reeehv),
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the Lett
of tables ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of thenet bran-l.
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner 7th street and WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
jt-The best brands of Cigars, cat
VTnes, Liquors, etc., always on naad u
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
jeaa h. oixilt otx,
Bulletin Buildinfc, eorMr of SMt
street and WaaaingtOn aTMM,
All kinds of BiadlbjaM Msw ttasM at tae
vr lowest prle. Havlag egeaei Msa serrv
ce of Mr. Hul, mho baa aaC tnanv veaaa
.asriaee la oae of teat laitslas efnV gaenv
to waertatoad tala aeisWIssjssnil, .ne en aan
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