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OFPIOB, BTTIjIiEITIDiT BTTIXjXJUSTO, COB. 12TH BTEBBT A.3ST3D 'WAaHIlTa-TON'
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 18T2.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
PRESBYTERIAN KIkIiIIi Street.
Preaching, Hahboth nt 101 a.m. and 71 P-n-Prayer
meeting, Wednesday at "i p. in.
.Sabbath School, :i p.m. .1. M. Lansdcn, Su
pcrlntcndcnt. Rev. II. TllAYKlt, Pastor
MKTHOMST. Cor. Eighth ami Walnut 8U
Preaching Sabbath at 10J a.m., and 7 p. m
1'rayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbatli School, II. p.m. L. W. Htlllwcll,
Superintendent. Rkv. V. L. Thompson,
OIIIJHCH OK TICK REDEEMER (Eplsco
pal.) Morning prayer. Sabbath 10J a.m.
Kvt'nintr prayers, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, It a.m.
Rev. E. Ooan, Hector.
ST. PATRICK'S OIIUHCII Ninth St. and
1'ubllc service, Sabbath H:10 und 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 u.m.
Hkv. 1. .1. o'IIaixoiian, Priest,
(i HUMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH-13th
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o clock.
Sabbatli School at 2 oYlock p. m. H. U.
HKV. Hoii't. IIki.iiMJ, Pastor
i'OI'NO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room oer Hockwell
.t C'oV book More, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'raycr meeting, Friday, 7) p.m. at
I.. W. STILLWELL, President.
Kit I CAN MKTIIODIST.-Kourtecnth, be
ween Walnut and Cedar,
crviccx, Sabbatli. 11 a.m.
bbath School. 1) p.m.
,iin meets at!) p.m.
rtCOND KKKK WILL IIAI'TIST Klf
ipentli Street., between Walnut and Cedar,
.-en ices Sabbatli. 1) and II i. in.
Rkv. N. IticKH, Pastor.
KHi:K WII.I. IIAI'TIST IIOMK MISSION
SA1IHAT1I SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbatli School. I) a.m.
KIHnT KKKK WII.I. IIAI'TIST CIIUKCII
Sen Ices, riabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. A 7 p.m.
ItKV. W.M. Kkllky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY IIAI'TIST CIIUKCII.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SU.
Preaching Sabbath. 10) a.m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wcdneday evening.
Poaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath school, 1) p.m. John anllaxter
and Mary Stephens. SuperlntcndcnU.
ItKV. T. .1. mioickh, Pastor.
SKCOND IIAI'TIST ClIUltCII-Fourtcenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. I he
onlv Baptist church recognized by the As
sociation. Services Sabbath, 11 a.m. Up.m.and . p.m.
Hkv. .Iacoii Duahlkv. Klder.
AIKO COMMANDER Y, No. l.l.-SUted
As-emblv at the Asylum Masonic Hall, llret
and third Saturday In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.'.!4.-ReguUr Conyo-
ration at Masonic Hall, the second t riday
In each month.
CAIKO CHAl'TKK No. 71.-Regular Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month.
CAIKO IIOIME, No. 237 K. & A. M.-Regu-
lar Communication at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 22ft-MeeU In Odd-
Fellow' Hall, In Artcr1 building, cery
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor .John M. I'almcr;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of Mate Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor of State C. E. Lipplncott :
State Treasurer K. N. Hate ;
Supt. Public Instruction-Newton Hatxman
Senators Lyman Tnunbull and John A.
Representatives for the fetate-at-Large fc.
1.. Heverldge. , . , , . ,
Representative Thirteenth District John
MKMHKIW GENEKAI. ASSEMBLY.
Senators First District T. A. E. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Uallatm.
Representative, First District H. Watson
Judge D. J. Hakcr, of Alexander,
l'rokeeiitlmr Attorney J. K. McCartney,
Sheriir A. II. Irvln.
Win. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge K. Hross.
Associates J. E. McCrlte and S. Marchil
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner .lohn II. Gorman.
Mayor .lohn M. Landcn.
Treasurer.!. II. Taylor.
Comptroller K. A. ilurnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. II. Pope.
Police Magistrates K. llro" and II. Shan-
' jiu"elr Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor .lohn M. Lan-den.
First Ward P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. H. Woodward.
Third Ward .Ino. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StaaU Taylor.
Clty-at-Largc W. 1'. Halllday and D.
IIOAltl) OV ALPKHMKX.
First Ward -.lames ltearden, A. 11. Saf
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Ward K. II. Cunningham, E. Un
der, Q. Stanccl, JameH Swayne.
Tlitrd Ward Wm. Stratton, J. II. PhlUIs.
Fourth Ward Jno. II. Robinson, G. H.
Seasc, .1. II. Metcalf.
DR. B. 0. TABEK,
Will resume the practice of his profession
with especial reference to the clcctrlca
treatment ol diseases' in all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all ease pf femalo complaints: a lady
will be In attendance.
Olllce, 128 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
I E8IDENCK No. 21 Thirtenilh street, be.
XV tween WnBlunKion avenue and Walnut street.
UIHce Hi Uomnmrctil Tenmi, up stairs.
0. W. DUNNING, 31. D.
OE9IDENCE-cornerNlnth and Walnut sts,
rvOlhoe corner blxtli street and Ohio leree.
Cmoe hours from a .m. to 12 in., and 0 p.tn
U. WARDNER, M. D.
EalDENCK Corner Nineteenth street and
IX Washington arcnue, near court house. Of
fice over Arior's Grocery Store, Office Hours from
10 a. in, to 'i in. and '"om 2 to 4 p, m.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II, Ureen, "i
William 11 Gilbert, V
Miles F. Gilbert, J
WSpeoia. attantion k'' to Admiralty and
QtriOK OHIO LKVI. BOOKS 7 AMD 8 OTIB
CITT NATIONAL BANK.
THE STATE THAT WENT FOR
SOME OF ITS PUI1LIO OllAPS
JUDOE UKKKLKY SIMON
From the Chicago Tribune.
Wamiiinoio.v, Oct. 10, 1872.
We ato in a fair way to get some
glimpses ol tbo public morals and biogra
phy of tbo stato which elected a ticket of
state filUcsrs to trade In pardons, a few
OMK OK TIIK RING.
Simon Cameron's son-in-law ha been
arretted and put In the position of defend
ant in a suit lor attempted bribory and
corruption Ht the election. Simon's choice
for congress In the Second district, whore
livj the cream society of Philadelphia,
has been put in court as a defaulter, and
is nowhero to bo found. And the iniscra
able creatures who edit nowspapcrs, and
run Union Leagues of Simon Cameron,
and him only, have sought to prevent
John W. Cameron from doing llp-sorvlco
to Grant, "respecting," as he happily des
cribes it, "tho game the Pro-Slavery party
tried with my 'Press' in 1800."
IK THE 1'ILLOKV.
Tho Republican party of Pennsylvania
will stand, this timo threo years, just
whuro the pro-slavery party stood in
lbOl, in the pillory of public opinion,
fettored down with tbo weight of accumu
lated meanness and wickedness. Tho
party in tho state is controlled by an old
man of ignoble years ; and the public in
terest and tho public spirit, to use a tlguro
of Kobcrt C. Scbenck. "havo been nibbled
to death by pismires."
TIIK UNION LKAUUK OF I'lULADELPUIA
Is possessed byacrew of lazy loafers, army
contractors, and conspirers against tho
public good; and the lime is approaching
when it will be indicted in private house
holds as a nuisance, and entered only upon
forfeiture of character. A Journalist who
has pulled obsequiously at the party-oar
these twelve years, like Forney, can seo
what gratitudo political service gets,
when, at a singlo challenge of tho party
ticket, the ponitentiary-birds who roost
and chirp in this Union leaguo proceed,
under tbo namo of the "Campaign Com
mittee U. L. of Philadelphia,1' to pick out
TIIEP A l'EIl or THIS OANO
Is a little, fldgetty, squirming, truckling
concern, and it calls upon Orant to ban
ish Forney, and allow itself to flllFornoy's
shoes. Now you could no more Und any
body connected with this ' Bulletin ' in
Forney's shoes than you could find a flea
in a canal-boat. Forney Is at least a man
of faculty. Lie confounds politics too
much with bis business, and allows poli
ticians to scare him; but he is an indus
trious journalist, a personality pleasant to
look upon, and in many things cordial and
atl'ectionato. The little fawning, scrap
ing, half-made-up infants of charity who
play tho farco of journalism, the square
below him, are not fit for shavings to
light a fire long enough for him to turn a
sentence by it.
VOKNKY AND CAMEIION.
Forney's acquaintance was solicted by
Simon Cameron threo years ago, after a
long breach of relations, and the two met
nt or on tbo road to Atlanta, Ga. Cam
eron wanted to preparo for the impending
senatorial election, and he was atraid of
Forney. The other editors of the party
in that city, he went in and kicked when
ever he liked, and they behaved like
Smallbones in the presencu ol Lieut.
Vanslyperken. Rut lorney he had to en
treat Ho bad tbo bloody chasm con
cealeJ from sight, and they shook hands
over it. Forney does not court quarrels
at any time, and makes more treaties out
of good nature, with tricksters like Cam
eron, than there is any roason for. iiu re
garded old Cameron as a fixture upon tho
state for some little while to come, and,
having a vory pardonablo love and loyalty
for tho commonwealth, he labored to con
clude a general peace amongst its public
men, nnu reuaullltale tne politics ana
public spirit of Pennsylvania.
SCENE AT A DINNER PARTY.
Ho therefore designed, at an early date,
to ask "Gen." Cameron to meet Gov.
Curtin and make a truce. lie took this
opportunity at a dinner party at bis own
rooms in Washington, when thcro wcro
prosont, as 1 havo hoard, Judgo Carter,
.ach. Chandler, Secretary Robeson, and
several others, a largo table tilled. Rob
eson was on ono sido of rornoy, nnd Cam
eron on tbo other. After several courses
had been sorved, tho talk got around to
"Gen. Camoron," said Forney, "why
might not Pennsylvania command this
honor In 18G8 7"
"Why not?' snid Cameron, "Agreed,
Fornoy I Let us make it!"
Old Simon's eyes took a wistful light ;
for ho thought Fornoy ment to indicato
"Goncral," said Fornoy, "tbero is an old
war-governor, Curtin I lie is a popular
and a good man. 11 o magnanimous and
bury the hatchet, and let us, as Pennsyl
vania, support him I"
A LITTLE PBOKAN1TY.
Old Camoron fiung down bis napkin
and sworo aloud:
" By O d I that won't do. Ho shall
novor havo anything In Ponnsyvania
aga!n. Forney, you're always praising
Curtin. He's u d d rascal. He's a
" Hold I Gon. Cameron,1' said Forney.
11 You forget that Gov. Curtin is not hero.
Ho is my friend, and I must ask you to
say no moro."
"He's ad d rascal," said Cameron.
11 He shan't havo anything us long as I
hold out I" etc., etc.
Robeson hero interfered, but old Camo
ron bogan to cry out:
"When that d d rascal, Curtin,
camo up in exocutlvo session to bo con
firmed for Russia, I proved that
"Stop I" said tho man named Chandler,
for onco in his life cognizant both of
tasto und appearance, "don't lot out so
crets of oxecutivo session, Cameron I"
"I'll bo d d If I don't," cried the ill
mannorod old mnrobato. nrofano and bit-
tor at sovonty, with ono foot qulto through
tho grave, nearer that warm tomporaturo
which is tho only combination which
yawns for him excopt Pennsylvania.
Ho continuod to rave in this way
through the dinnor, and was as great and
as indictablo a nuisanco ns tho Phlladol
p hia Union leaguo.
Still coveting Forney's services to aid
his ra-deotlon, Cameron called at For-
noy's rooms next day. Tho servant, by
Fornoy's orders, refused to admit him.
The following day ho called again with
tho same result. He next met McFar
land, Forney's reportor, in tho Capitol
"Look hero," said Cameron, "I want to
'General Cameron," said Mcfcarland,
"Colonel Fornoy does not mean to see you
any more. He is dono with you I"
"Does ho mean to fight me ?'' said Cam
oron. "Ho will not advocate your ro-olcctlon."
WORKING FOR EXPUNGEMENT.
Prior to this time, Cameron had worked
ceaselessly to got up a movement to have
tho Dawes resolution oxpunged from
tho houso Journal, whero the house calls
upon President Lincoln to removo Simon
Camoron from tho department of war for
favoritism, and corruption, ana wasio
and misapplication .of the public funds
100.000 to arcomiilish that end. Ho had
better fund his character and his money,
and make a lobby on it.
THE MAN CKEELEY
Was one of his creatures, sent to congrojs
to revenge Cameron upon tho Hon.
Charlos O'Neill, becauso O'Neill would
not work his patronage In Camoron's In
terest. Creeloy never drew a sober breath
hore, spent bis tlrno with clerks, nasty
police dotectives, and women without vis
Iblo means of support. Ho owes debts all
over the city and has scampered away.
sucn A JUP1TKK
Has Pennsylvania in her "vetoran Sena
tor." A rapacious, cunning, rovengoful,
low-down old reprobato; and yet tho First
Gentleman of the Philadelphia Union
On Eluhtb Street, between Commercial and Wash
melon ATenuei, la dallr receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL. AND WINTER STYLES
lies I'les i lull line o!
BOITWETB &c leCA-TS
FHENCd K LOWERS, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS
of all klndt. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McGee haa also a large assortment o
Fancy Articlea, such u
XF.CK TliS, COLLAR. UNPERSLEEVEU,
KUFKS, HASUK9, KANS,
And all other articles usually found In
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McGee, In addition to her stock of Fancr
and Milliner; Gooda, baa a fine and complete as
sortment ol Cincinnati Cuatom Made Ladiea
nd Misses' Bhoea and Childrena' HooU. Illaek
nl in Colors. These are acknowledged to be
tne flneatand best shoes In the market, and this
trse only place ta the city that make them j.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an extensive stock of
All ol which are entirely new and of the verv
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRIHES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment ui
LACES, TKINQE8, KID OLOVES, UOSIKRY
and all articles usually kept in a flnt-clus mil
Mr. Kwandcr Invites the public tocall and 'n
;zl her stock, whieh she will take pleasure la-
owing to old as well as new cuaton era.
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
lloth French and Scotch cassimeueS
nil color. Heavers and Hkoad-cloi h
coiMantly on hand, and ullgoods warrant eu
In all its brunvhes also carried ou
LIME I CEMENT I
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIfiO.
Conimeroial-av., Foot of Eloventh-st.
Best quality of Li mo and Comont al
ways on hand, and for salo at tho
very lovost figuros fur cash,
ST. OHARLES HOTEL.
F, III REXl'OHD Proprlef r
Con. Ouio Levee & Second St.
Ugrilaggage conveyed to aud from He
pot lrce. doc-U tf.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
KioiiTH St., Bt. Com. & Wash.,
Una iiiKt ntiened a new und stylish entail'
llshmcnt, fully up to the times, and invites
OKI customers nuu new, lauiea, miiuiuu uuu
all, to favor mm wiui ineir patronage,
pgr All work done in the Latest Style,
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT D1STRI11U
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
TN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Xi . 3D. SIXTH'S
To be drawn Monday, NoremVir 7th, 1872.
One Grand Capital or
810,000 IN GOLD.
One Prize $5,000 in Silver I
FivoFrlros I,000 5 r
Fivo Prizes COO GREENBACKS
Ten Prires 100 3- I
Two Family Carriages and Mutcehd Horsns
wllh .Silver-Mounted Ilarnes-, worth il.WO
Two Horc and Buggies with .Silver-Mounted
Harness worth tOOO each I
Two Flnc-toiieil itoewood Pianos, worth
$.VJ each I
Six' Family Sewing Machine, worth
$100 each !
IWjO Gold and Sliver Leer Hunting
Watches worth from iK) to each.
Ladles' Hold Lcontlne Chains Gent' (JoM
Vct Chains Solid anJ Doublcd-l'latcd
Sllvcj Table and Teaspoons Photograph
Albums .lewerlv, Ae.. Ac., Ac.
Whole number Gifts 10.000. Tlcketc Llml-
ted to .71,000:
AGENTS WANTKI) TO SKLI) TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premium will be paid.
Single Ticket' $2: Six Ticket" 810; Twelve
Ticket iiO; Twenty-live Tickets flO.
Circular cont&inioi; a full lint of priitx, de
scription of the manner ot drawing. nd other
Inforinatmu In reference lo the distrilmllon, villi
le aent to any one ordering them. All letters
mum be aldrenged to L, l. MNK, Hox, he,
orrirc, Cincinnati, 0.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalizkd iiy State Authority and
Dbawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class K, to ni Drawn Oct. 31, 18T2.
6,880 Prizos, Amounting to $300,000
l Prlte of.....yi,fioo
&00 Prlteaof. $ 100
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, S2 CO.
Our lotteries are rhariered by the State, are
alwaya drawn at the lime named, and all draw
ings are under tbe superTi'ion of sworn com
mUalnnera. The official drawing will be published In the
St. Louia paperaand a copy sent to purchasers
we will draw aainiilar scheme tne last day of
eyery month during the year 1872.
tvmitai our rifK oy pOMinmce mnner uruer,
regiatered letter, draft or express, tiend fur cir-
cu.ar. Addrera, dIUKKAY, MILLr.H A CO.,
I. U. box 24M. HI. Louia, 310.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
500,000 IN HANK TO PAY ALL GIFTS.
A Full Dh.vwi.no in Sioht.
$100,000 FPU ONLY S10.
At the Second Grand Gift Concert author-
7pi1 tiv i-iiecinl act of the Ii'irUhit lire. Ill aid
of tho 'P.iblic Library or Kentucky, unavoid
ablv pos'poued Irom September 'JS to De
eember 7. and which lioMtlvelv and uneuulv-
ocally occurs III Loukvillc. Ky. December
7, ISrJ, without further delay on any account
wnatcver, tne louowuig cun giitH ure lor
dMributiuii by lot uuiong ticket holders:
ONE Git AND GIFT, CASH $100,000
1 Caih Gifts. J,ilech
i; CathUifu. l.OUIeach
20 CahGifut. IKiOcach
21 CashGlfis. HJeach
Cah Ulfta, 7tJcach
15 Caih Gifts. K)each
SO Cash Gifts. Hieach
Ml Cash Gifts. H'Oeach
lOil CashGifu. SiNiiach
01 1 Cash Gifts. UOeach
ONE GItAND GIFT
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift 20 Mil'
1 Cash Gift 1S,IJ0
1 Cash Gd l,'i
1 Cash Gilt 9,'l
1 Cash Gift SW
1 Cash Gift 7,iMI
1 fash Gift 0,0'N)
I Cash Gift S.IKMJ
1 Cash Gift l.'Kf
1 ttlll UIU ,'"M'A- aiati vinta. i'-uw.,i
TOTAL, 1,000 GIFTS, ALL CASII..$.')00,000
The money neccssarv to pay in lull all tl e
o lie red glC Is now upon deposit In lau
Farmers and Droers Hank, as will bo ecn
by the following ccrtllicato of the cafhier:
r AiiMKiot ami lJitoviirs jia.k, i
Louisville, Ky.,!Scpt. '-'), IST'J. J
This Is to eertlfy that tliero Is now on tic-
poxit In this hunk over u halt' a million ol
dollars to tho crcdl ol the Gift Con-crt
Fund, $.')00.000 or which is held by this bulk
asTreasu cror tho Public Library of Ken
tucky to pay otf all gifts to bo awarded at tho
it. a. i..iii, v.usuivi,
1'ltICK OK TICKETS.
Whole tickets. 610: halves $5; quarters
82.M): 11 whole tickets tor $100; 28 lor
M for 8:sT0j 11.') Tor $1,000; 22ft Tor $2,R0o; f.vS
lor va uuu, M uiscuuui on less umu ciu"
worth oftickcts at a time.
Tho drawing will positively aim unemiiv
ocally take place December 7. Agents are
peremptorillv required to clo-o salt's und
mako returns Ueeeinber 2S. Ill order to glvo
ainplo time for the filial arrangement. Or
ders lor tickets or applications for circulars
should be addressed to
GOV. TIIOS. K. HltAMLKTTK,
Agent, Kentucky Publle Library, Publlu
Lliirary llulldlng, LouUvlllc, Ivy.
EVE R Y BO D
wmcn is tub iiust macii
THE "LIGHT RUNNING"
From now until the first or January wc
of not less than six quires each at the follow
ing low rates :
Weston, best quality, six quire and
upward, llusla end and bands, size
of pago Ilxl8 Inches, per quire.... 81 2.1
The price per quire of same books
in St. Louis, at the cheapest manu
facturing establishment In that city,
is $1 W
Six quires and upward, page lOJ.vlO,
per quire $1 00
Price pcrqulreofsameln St. Louis Is. $1 2ft
Six quires and upward, pago 12x111,
per qulro $1 co
Price per quite ill St. Louisorsamc Is $1 7ft
Six quires ami upward, page Hx20,
per quire $2 no
Price per qulro In-St. Louis $2 ftO
Other Hooks proportionately cheap,
MATERIAL AND WOKKMANSIIIP
warranted ol the best quality.
Music. .Magazines and Unit elas or books
wo will bind in Genuine .Morocco In the vcrv
best style, Cloth or Paper, at 7ft cents to rl
per Volume. Price or same in St. Louis Is
$1 00 to $1 60.
A COMPARISON OF OUll PIHCK3 WITH
will at once show the advantage or patron
izing thr Hullctln Hindcrv.
tr. JOHN II. OUKItLY, Proprietor.
It K V U U U It Si.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. H AN NY.
KKKTUCKY JKANB, FXTRA,
GitOS RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOOK OF CARPETING
01 LT BANDS,
Uls Eutlre Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
C0HNBR 8TU BT. AND COMMZBCIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAHOEST VAKIKTV STOCK IN TIIK CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth atreatttud Com.
cord of tacossi
lbs history of
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gm Kitter'a anil I'lumtwr's materml, Wood
liumj , Klobo Hl"1 ansrle valvvs, stop
ALSO iQIST roi
Tnfta Urotlicrs Patent Dry Hetf r
And Morcaouae, Wells A Co'a Automatlo Watet
Indicator and Supply Valve for steam bollsrs.
WINTKR'B 11LO0K. COMMKRHAL-AVRNU
TO THE PUBEIO.
Antlciiiatliig a decline In prices of
of all kintla nntl desirous that our cus
tomers should know we are determined
to carryout our promUo of cheap printing
we feel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICKS
believing that a steady lncrcnc ol' business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience In builness and
together with our advantages In the
purchase and selection of stock, our
customers mav rest assured we. w trv
to merit a continuance ol their very liberal
patronage. e Invite your attention to the
following rcI-cd list ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
II I L I. II K A I) S
on good U lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size perM $1 NltoU .V). Kor other
qualities add tho diiTcrelicRln the cost of the
nn 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same tpiallty of
Folio Pot, per.M t OOtolJ 00 ; per one-half
ji w w u tx;.
ler M i.'i OOtoT 00, areonllng to size anil
quality or paper; perone-hair.M f:i OOtol on.
on ordinary size per M ?! OrttoS 50. accord
ing to style anil iiunlltv. Commercial per M
$ Mtoo :o.
per M. according to size and weight, $." OOto
, 00: per one-hair M, aceortllng to size and
weight, $:i OOtol f).
1) RAY TICKETS
per M OOtol 00, according to order.
runiishcd retail at wholeale prices. Charge
for printing, $1 OOto:! 60 per Si.
ol every slzo and quality furnished at whole
sale prices: and printed at the very lowest
CARDS AND TICKETS
or every description made from good llristol
Hoard at tho iinuiiallv low rate or ?2 60to5 00
per M, accordltg to size and style.
P O S T E IRj S
full sheet, hairshcet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth ;shcet at lrom $.1 00 to
20 00 per M.
lty a careful examination ol the above list
our patrons will Und that our
PEICES .A. HE LOWEE,
than those ot any establishment nt the kind
In St. I.ouis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
Uuslness men will find the Hui.i.ktin the
best advertising medium in .Southern Illi
(sheet 20x10. 8 column1!) U furnished to sub-
scriuers at me low rate oi
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription list in
Southern Illinois, .Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever belore published In
Cairo, and new clubs are coming iu every
GROCER and CONFECTION
A -Tt t --1 f TAT i
Anu Dealer in foreign rruits cc iuis,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
And Dealer iu
THE 3STE"W SYSTEM.
OK0CKRIK3 HKTAILKD AT WU0LK8ALI
VRICES FOR CASU.
AT II. 0. TIIIELEOKE'S STORE.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
ISO Mllea tho mrtart JUU
TO CHICAO-O '
Elghtjr MIIm tk IkartMt
TO ST. XjOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, i.. Ilanaiwlla, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleiel.nd, HlHar Falls,
Hurlalo, 1'ittabuis, WtahliKtoa,
llaltinmrr, Philadelphia, Nsw Tork.
Iloslon and all polnta eait.
Milwaukle, Janeafllle, Madison,
l.aCroaae, St. Paul and all points north.
1Ih la also the only direct riute to
Dvcatur, Illoomlngtoo, Hpnaflii,
IVorla, Oulncy, Kenkuk,
HurliriKton, Hock lalsnd, La Salle.
Mendnia. Dixon. Freeoort.
(laloua, Dubuque, Sioux CltT,
Uinalia ami all iolnta northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping C
On all Night Trains.
Hat-gage Checked to all Important polnla.
For tickets and InformMinn, apply to I. C, H.R
ileput st ulro; on board tne transit ataamar b
twveu Collimbes and Cairo, anil at tne prlnclp
railroa I ticket offices throughout the south.
W. P. JOHN-iON. Oen'l fasa. Ag't, ChicafO.
A. MiTCHtti, Oen'l 8up't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Agt. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On nnd after Monday, April 24th, 1372
trains will run as follows:
NORTH KHN DIVISION.
tA!i noma aovtmsaT.
LeaTe Vlrtlnla U.M a. m ....1:14 p.m.
" Hprlngfield 'J:0 " :Otf
.' Tnlorllle 10 4 " S.
Arnreal t'ana.- 11.4s 0.17 '
TSAlNa UOIKa MoaTIIWSST.
Leave Tans t.ou a. m .3.33 a. m.
Tavlorvi le 4.40 " 4.8
Arrive at prmgrield...6.1 " ............ 4.00
L.tKvn sprtninetiM n.o o io
Arrive at Virginia 8.5 ......1.1S
TaAisi oolsa sot'TOsaaT,
Leave Edgwood .6 JO a.m.- 10.10 p, m
" Flora 8.5 ' .11.40
Arrive at Miawneel'n .Si " .... 16
IHMIunAKT Til UKTH
FOR SALE, ) For Sal. i jfOR SALE,
I FcrHale I '
S-OR SALE. J rHajUFOR BALK.
Fare from LiviarooL,
Fare from Lokdcndxebt
Faro from Glasoow,
Fare from Quxknbtow
TO CAIRO, : : S4 8 30
.i ft nt. Hon is A fa . renu.
Liverpool New-Toik ahd Philadelphia
CXDia COKTAACT Willi CHITID STATU Al laiTUa
For Carrying tbe Malls.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ok ri aiuia iKroajSATioir
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.
18 Hroadwaj, Mew.Tork, orta
Waahiniton Avenue, Cairo. bois. ji
AMD EtALIB 1
KiauTit Strut, Ubtwixn WAiHijraron
AND COMMXRCIAL AvXNUH,
AdJolBlBK KI'tnhonae ud Haausj.
Keep the best or Deal, Pork, Muttoa Veal.
Lamb, Sausage, etc., -nd are prepared lo sarra
oittsena In the moat acceptable manner.
VKOETA1II.KH, FRUITS. EOtlS, LARD
FRESH II UTTER, ETC.
J3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at tne lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. audComuiorclalAve.
LiCTCUKR AM) DEALKR IV ALL KlHDi OF
COKNKK NlNKTK.STlI AND POPLAR STS.,
Ituvs and slauchters only the best ealtlo
hogs and sheep, anil Is prepared to mi any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten tuousanti pounus.
HOOT ANI HUGE BTOBK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ato., umi Atheneuia.
Keep on hand a good assortment of .
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Miiiot' and Children' Gaitku and
WABIIINOTON AVENUR, 1IKTWKKN TKNTIl
AND KLKVENTII HTRKET8,
50 lbs. dry Cuha Sugar for - - - $5 0
9J " - - - 1 00
.11 IV. A nnirn tiiin.r V V (.! . 1 Of.
4 11 'Primo Rio Coffee for- ' 1 00 AlSO, Slippers Of all Kindle
sj " IUUICU "
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN anil ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every stylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Glldlna
Orders solicited for Scenery, Krceeoo anu
FANCY GLASS SHOW OARDS
Ullt, plain and ornamental. All woik ir.
tnihteil to my care will he promptly at
tended to. Shop lu Perry House, coiner I
Commercial aveuue and Eighth street.
3 " Old Govornmont Java - - IOC
Toas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as choap..
Goods uow and full weight given. Call
Successor to U.S. llarrell.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's Block 10th street bet. Comiuer
ciaianu wasuingtou Aveuues.
Which they tall at th
VERY LOWEST JIGUR15.
Call and Xxauiwb.
For" 8 at WJUl
i i ami
. -"v.'' WpromIoM.how to
' H.sr ftrtbtt aid lait loMmt. if
, -4ppmiUt the important of rj,,
vataVrflkn, order, tidineMr and the .Wttt