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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1872.
THE BULLETIN.
IOH3I H. OBEKLV, Editor and i PiOllMicr.
TKRM8 OF THE DAILY BULLETIN :
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Um year by carrier, In advance . . 10 oo
One month, by mall
Three months. r
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One year
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
Join II. Oberly hat reduced the subacrin
tlon price of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin
t o On DolUr per, annum, making it the
cheapest paper published in Southern Illinois.
to rREsiDinr,
HORACE GREELEY,
of New York j
FOB TICE rEESIDEXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
of MUiourl.
STATE TICKET.
FOR GOVERNOR,
OUSTAVUS KUSRNER.
won LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR,
CHARLES BLACK.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
EDWARD RUMMEL.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
DANIEL OUAUA.
FOR STATE TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LAN I'll IER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNKRAL,
JOHN B. EIJSTAi E.
FOE CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTTIERN
GRAND DIVISION.
LI SMITH.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
OR AND DIVISION.
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
GRAND DIVISION.
R. A. D. WILBANK8.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OEOROE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
JOHN MEYERS,
of Randolph County.
FOR SENATOR,
JESSE WARE.
FOE REPEESENTATIVES,
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. OUKRLY.
From the nclcnt days of antiquity down to
the present time, woman, io use tne wows
of the poet, baa been the noblest work of
Ood, and her bright mile Haunts me tun.
I am second to no man In atom devotion to
ivnman. for no other sex claims so much of
our warmest .fcollnjr. and, as a bean on the
faco of the wlters, she la the paragon or ani
mals, the salt of the earth, the vltinux thult
of man's ambition. I say to tlio charming
ladles before mc, In the words of Ellas, It Is
goou 10 DC licro. lor mo smiics irom your
beauteous eyes are as tlio balm of Gllcad and
the milk of the cocoanut to our souls.
This is as sweet as summer. It U as
soft as the breath of a young crow, and at
pathetic ai a kitten's first catlerwaul or
the bloat nf a stray lamb on ft bleak
hlll.tIde.-:.r.
A new phase of Radical politics pre-
tents itself in Indiana. Vice-President
Colfax is announced to take the stump for
the purpose of making a struggle against
Morton for the United States senatorship.
Several of the members elect are known
to bo for Colfax and both of the two mem
bers spoken of for the speakership are op
posed to Morton. Colfax Is mildly Rad
ical, with no such glearlngly dishonest
record at Morton's. The Democrats in
the legislature will of courso give their en
tire vote to Colfax suppoilng be and
Morton the only contestants on the prin
ciple of choosing the least of two evils,
and with the aid of seven Republicans, the
Democrats can elect the opponent of
Morton.
Announcements.
CIRCUIT CLERK.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARM AN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
November next.
We arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
November next.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as i candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce P. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
FOR SHERIFF.
We are authorized to announce PETER
8 A UP at a candidate for Sheriff at the cniu
lug November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN a a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexauder county.
appointed by the federal administra
tion to control elections in the
states, can enter the household
of any citizen in Mew York, insult
dim, abuse hit family and endanger his
property. If tho citizen resents the out
rage, hit arrest It ordored. Oranl't detcc
tlvet and gent.d'armet surround him in bis
own hall, ho it dragged to Jail, and federal
judge! and other officers of tbo national ad
ministration, ditregard bit rights as an
American citizen and treat him with all
tho harshness and insolenco of tho most
obnoxious despotism of Europe! Thus
we advance step by step toward a condi
tion of affairs in which not even tho tern-
bianco of American liberty will bo found
and when the man at tho center, although
called the President, will bo as absolute in
bit power, as the Czar of Russia.
CHICAGO LETTER.
POLITICS MORE GOVERNMENT
FRAUDS THE SUNDAY LIQUOR
BUSINESS RE-DUILDINO-THE
WEATHER.
FOR CORONER.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
II. OOSSMAN o a candidate for re-election
to toe office of Coroner, subject to the decls
slon of the Democratic Convention
Tub cabinet has again mounted tho
stump.
Tub Liberals of Indiana claim that
tbey can carry tho slate by ten thousand.
An iconoclaitlcal pen has destroyed the
mythical William Tell. And that pen
was the pen of S. Baring Gould, the em
inent English antiquarian. The proof is
that there never was a William Tell nor a
Oeitler.
The telegraph informs the country
that Mrs. Greeley Is lying at the point of
death and can survive but a few days. In
this fact the Grant orators and nowpa
pars will doubtless find matter for many a
grim juke.
An article, which appeared in this paper,
the Sunday edition, somo two weeks ago,
entitled ' The New York Woman," was
from Scribner'i ' Monthly.' The said at
tide was not credited, through an inad
Vertance of the printer.
Another death frcm an overdoso of
morphine has occurred in Grocncattle,
Indiana, whether by mistake of tbo pliysi
eian who wrote, or the clerk who put up
the fatal prescription, is not known. Two
was the number of grains intended by tho
physician eleven the number tbo unfor.
lunate victim look.
INSULT TO SUMNER.
Mr. Wash turn, minister of the United
States to France, hat put a broad and pal-
pablo intuit upon Senator Sumnor. It it
a custom, honored in the observance, for
the minister to introduce to the president
and other distinguished men of the French
retublic any of his countrymen of repute
who may visit Paris. Thlt cuttomary
introduction Mr. Washburn refuted to
Senator Sumner, because the senator bad
not remained faithful to President Grant.
A more palpable insult than this was never
before put upon a distinguished statesman
of this country by one of its foreign minis
ten. It is worthy of notice that Presi
dent Ihiert and other distinguished men
of Franco observing the slight to Mr
Sumner, very assiduously sought bit
company, and have paid to him that re
spect due to bit ability. It it a lamenta
ble fact that tho minister to Franco hat
permitted bit partitan prejudice! to pre
vent him from paying proper respect to a
great American and to impress the public
with tho belief that ho is possessed of
neither tbo pride of country nor the
gentlemanlineit which should adorn the
character of the man in his position.
THE WRANGLING MILLERS.
Joaquin Miller and bis wife are becom
ing as great pests to tbo reading public ss
the Fairs, the Woodbull-Clafiins and the
Dent family. Mrs. Miller in a late lec
ture charges that her husband, the now
famous poet of the Sierras, starved her ;
used a rhyming dictionary ; assumed a
Byronic bearing; made love to a bouncing
Willamette girl who weighed two hun
dred pounds; after long promising hit
daughter Maude a present tent her a chain
and locket of brass worth twenty-fleconti ;
assumed the name of Joaquin out of ad
miration for Joaquin Muretta, the great
bandit, and other sillinesses. Mr. Mlllor in
a late interview, after saying "I read my
wife's lecture but can tay nothing about it ;
I have disputed nothing that the bas
said; I will dispute nothing and will al
low nobody to dispute any of ber state
ments," proceeded to dispute thorn all
excepting the soft impeachment that be
made love to a Willamette girl, and he
doubts whether the weighed two hundred
poundt. We are almost persuaded that
Mrs. Miller it a vixen, and wo are con
vinced Mr. Miller It a fool.
Hendricks and i'e;,dietcn have inau
gurated a raid upon the Bourbons of Illi
nois. Tbey commenced their campaign at
Chicago on Tuesday night last. If tbey
can induce the stubborn Democrats of the
Bourbon school to vote in November, the
result in Illinois will be a grand Lib
eral triumph.
Tub peace policy adopted by the ad
ministration toward the Indians his
proved an utter failure, the red men show
ing a diipoiltlon constantly to indulge in
their little pastimes of murdering white
settlers and preying on their property.
It is not the intention of the administra
tion to acknowledge iu mistake, however,
and in the meantime, Gon. 0. 0. Howard,
at something more than a paying taUry,
u contlnuleg bit "peace negotiations"
be Iadisui or the Southwest, and
. .
asoiner sarapiooi ine economy
Orant's administration.
arew junnson always
owinir compliment
cnet:
wormy renrc-
uve me
oc-
t
ADMINISTRATION DESPOTISM.
A few days since, tbo premlsos of a
prominent German citizen of New York
city wore invaded by a supervisor of elec
tions, one of the officers peculiar to the
present regime of ballot-box str.ffors
and eloction corruptionlsti. Mr. Hein
rich, the Gorman, was known at a Greeley
man, Tho tupervitor was as a matter of
course, a Grant man. During his visit his
conduct wat insolent, hit language was
insulting. After enduring bis Insults un
til patience coased to bo a virtue, Mr.
Uelnricb ordered tbo supervisor from bis
house, and was immediately arrested.
Commissioner Davenport, one of Granl'i
minions, before whom Heinrich wai
taken, refuied bell laying "an
example wat needed." After lying
in jail from Saturday till Monday,
Mr. Uincb, counsel for Mr. Uelnricb, went
before Judge Blatchford, one of Grant's
United States district judges and applied
for a writ of habeas corpus. The judge, who
alto understands the interests of his roas
ter, laid the papers aii'lo saying " I shall
took tbem over," and it ii probable be
will do io tometlme during the course of
bis life. Finally aftor much trouble, Mr.
Uirsch obtained his client'i release by
giving bail in five thousand dollars.
We are accustomed to talk of tbo despot
ism prevailing in European countries,
but we venture to sy that not even Na
poleon III, when be wat accustomed to
submit hit interests to ft vote of the peo
ple, was, ever guilty of more arbitrary
conduct than this. A man's boute bat
heretofore been considered bis castle, and
no man, the highest officer in the land,
bas had the right to cross the threshold
without permission of the owner or au
thority of the law. But
Chicago, 111., Oct. 20, 1872.
Nota night passes but that thcro aro from
one to half a dozen political meetings in
as many different parts of this city. In
fact, politics have thrown everything else
in the shade, and hundreds of our pcoplo
have givon themselves up to tho subject,
apparently having forgotten everything
else. The lato state elections teem to ha vo
little tendency to weaken tho Liberals or
to strengthen the hopes of the straight Re
publicans. There it taid to be one " straight "
Democrat In the city. He has established
bis headquarters somewhere on Wabash
avenue, and proposes to run the campaign
in the interest of O'Conor, " all by him
self." HENDRICKS AND PENDLETON.
It is announced from the Liberal heod
quarters that the Hon. Tbos. A. Hendricks,
governor elect of Indiana, and Hon. Geo.
U. Pendleton of Ohio, will speak in this
city on Tuesday evening next. The place
where the speaking will tako placo will bo
announced to-morrow.
SENATOR DOOLITTLE.
Ex-United States Senator J. R Doolit-
tie of Wisconsin, delivered a two hour's
peech in Central hall, Twenty-second
street, on last Friday evening. Mr. Doo-
little spoke in reply to the harangue of
Senator O. P. Morton of Indiana, delivered
n the tame hall on the previous evening.
enator Poolittle it an eloquent and
forcible speaker; and on this occasion
gave Morton such an overhauling as it
bat been seldom his lot to receive.
OOV. KOERNER
Hat delivered two or three speeches in this
ity since the opening of the i-ampaiijn
The last speech, delivered in Burlington
a week or ten days ago, to an audience of
not lest than three thousand, was in the
German language, and was well received
by the immense crowd who heard it.
SPEAKER BLAINE
Spoke in this city to a very small and un
enthusiastic crowd of brass-collar bum.
merr, a few evenings since. His speech,
like that of Blinky Butler, was nothing
more nor lest than a laudation of his
master, Grant.
TUB LIBERALS
Aro by no means discouraged by the re
sult of the recent olections in Penn
sylvania and Ohio; but on tbo con
trary seem to be pushing the cam
paign with renewed vigor, and a
determination to win. Meetings are be
ing held almost nightly, and the best
spoakers of tbo country aro being brought
out. Chicago city and Cook county will
give a good account of themselvos at the
approaching election,
Although the 'Times,' Storey's budget of
blackguardism, keept up a constant
thumping of Greeley and his supporters,
it it no longer doubted but that tho
number of Democrats who will follow the
teachings of the 'Timet' aro day by day
growing smaller, and when election
day comet there will not boa baker'a
dozen of tbem in this city, all told. The
Times,1 as an organ of tho
reads at followt: 'This slight duo wat
followed up and hat resulted in the dis
covery of irregularities by Mr. Rankin,
which, though involving ccmpnrativoly
small sums of money, the department hat
determined to protccuto to tho fullest ex
tent of tbo luw."
Tho manner In which theso swindles
woro perpetrated will bo scon from tho
following paragraph which appeared in
the 'Inter-Ocean' of yesterday mornings
Tlio bids for stone. It Appear, were
awarded to the lovct bidder, but tbo bids
wcro opened privately, nml llmllng thnt tho
lowest bid wni $10,000 below tbo next low
est. the bidder presenting the former won ad
vised to rolio bis bid tn.&OO, which wan 'lime,
and tho nwnrd made accordingly, tho 8tt,rop
being divided among the parties to the rrauu,
Whether Mr. Runkln had nnylhlng to
do with this particular part of tho trans
action Is not stated However, It is to bo
hoped that Mr. R., not lets for his own
sake than for the sako of his frionds, who
will bollovo him Innocent until proven
guilty, will bo ablo to cloar himself of nil
connection with this doublo dealing.
THE WORK "GOKS 1IIIAVKLY ON."
It would naturally bo presumed, that as
winter approaches, tho work uf re-building
in tho burnt district would como ton bull,
or at least that It. would not bo puhcd tor
ward with tho same energy that it was
during tho summer months. But so far
there seems to bo little or no ''let up," nnd
stone-cutters, carpenters, brick-layers,
painters nnd glaziers seem to bo us busy
as ever. Something uvnr tuven bundrid
elegant business houses havu been put up
tilling the south sldo within tho past your.
The actual cost of theso buildings was
$41,025,(00. It would bo itnpotslbla to
glvo anything like n correct statement of
the number nnd value ol tho smnllor and
less pretentious residence houses, etoro
buildings, etc., that lmvo gono up in tho
suburbs of tho city during tho same time.
It is said that thcro aro at lonst BU.OCO
moro pcoplo in Chicago now thun there
wore boforo the fire. On tho whole, this is n
very fuir showing fur tho "burnt uut" city.
" THE WEATHER."
Fearing thut it might bo considered a
clear ciioof neglect of tin all important
subject to close without say
ing something about "the weather,"
I will add, that fur tlio past
month, wo have been having tho most de
lightful weather imaginable. Not cold,
not warm it Is pleastint, dollglnful, and
all that could bo desired for out door work.
Peter Funk.
Our Home Advertisers.
INftVRANCE.
DOES IT PAY TO INSURE?
THE HARTFORD FIRE INS. CO.,
llns demonstrated this question to upwards
or 17,000 ol its patrons, In tho recognition
and payment of claims to tho extent of over
1 5, O O O, O O O.
Furnished a practical solution of It to 010
sufferers by tho
GREAT CHICAGO FIRE
Who realized speedy relief to tho amount
of nearly
$i,soo,ooo.
ltc-afllrmcd to satisfaction of Hundreds of
Mercantile IIoues. sncd from bankruptcy
through prompt Indemnity under
IARTFORD POLICIES.
WISDOM OF IT ILLUSTRATED
In thousands of Homes rchabllltatcd and
re-furnished by timely provision of
IARTFORD INDEMNITY
FOLLY OF NT30 LEGTINO IT
Seen In poverty and fullering of multitudes
overtaken by calamity.
CHARTERED IN 1810.
CASH CAPITAL, $1,000,000
During Mxtv yearn of eventful experience,
lias Miown u'billty to meet every conceivable
disaster.
ASSETS Sept. 1, 1672.
Cash on band and rash Items. . 8102.1US M)
'rein, in couru ol tr.uimiut)., lii.lKH) 00
.onus on bond ami mortgage,
M lieu) ...T. Mft.127 13
Real Kstato 4I8.17S UO
Stocks and bonds at market
value i 1)01,004 W
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Chartered Hnrch SI, isee.
OFFICE OP
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
Cms. Oitiansa,
I'sian. Bchuii,
II. I-, UALLIbAt.
SiTISVfcft. I'I.HAKI.,I.TC,
A. 11 ALLE Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
,!-, 'MWstssasBaW
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Toil
War, Coal UcxU, Flrtbhntels, Air Uatet.
tacricTcmtB or
TIN
ZINC, COPPER AND SHE El
IRON WARE.
No. 166 Washington-avenue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
SW Roofing GuttermK, tod all kinds oflo
work doorat shortest nolle- febtilif
HOW TO
keep "wjl:r,:m:
NEXT WINTER,
OET TUB
EVENING
3 s prnsrnr
Democratic party, is played out
TUB SUHDAY LIQUOR LAW.
After a most porsistont effort, extending
over a period of fcur or five weeks, by
the citizens' committee on crime, aldud bv
the tomporance people of the city, Mayor
Hodlll bss finally bo en induced to try his
band at kn attempt to clojo all Siloons,
and places where intoxicating liquors are
sold, on the Sabbath day. Ho has mridu
hit proclamation to that effect ; and in
obedience to the aforesaid proclamation,
Police Superintendent Washburn has is
sued orders to the police to notily saloon
keepers that they must close their houses
on and after this date at 12 o'clock mid
night of Saturday and leave them closed
until Monday morning. How well his
honor will succeed in this undertaking re
mains to ha seen, for when it is known
that there are in this city upwards of two
thousand saloons, and that the police force,
all told, numbtrs only about 445 men, it
will roadily be seen that tbey will have
their hands full if the saloon-keepers see
fit to resist tho order. Rut it will not re
quire long to tee what tbo result will bo.
I am inclined to think it will provo an
up 'illl business and that tbo effort will
provo an inglorious failure, Uut in time
we shall tea what we shall seo.
AND STILL AXOTIIKR KRAUP,
It has come to light that cxtonsivo
frauds have been carried on by tho parties
connected with tha contracting for tho ma
terials for the building of the new govern
ment marine hospital at this place. In
the 'Times' of this morning, appears a
number of articles clipped Irom tho lead
ing Chicago journals with reference to
the matter. Among tha rest will bo
found the name of a gentleman well
known to the people of Cairo, and who
at one time had considerable to do
with the conttruction of tho new custom
bouts in your city, In fact, the conclud
ing ptrsgrspb ofa recsnt dispatch from
Washington to the 'Evening Post,' and
copied bf tbs 'Timti' of toll morning
HEATING STOVES,
GREATEST WONDER!
THBAG-B!
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TOOIVE A MOKE UNIWUM AND I'LKAHANT
11 BAT, TO UhK LKK WOOD, AUE HOIIK
CAKKFULLY KITTED, AHK ()KK
EAKILY ANIKMIKAIM.Y MOUNTED,
AKE UKDKK MOKK PKKKKCT
CONTUOL, IIAVK A STKONOER
DltAKT,
AND
Olve better Mtlsfactlon, nnd sold (or a
i.ckn rricc t ii n ii any
SUiSJST IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUFG COMPANY
NT. I.OUINMO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
LIKE
0. W. HENDERSON,
Oaiho iLlb.
0-Shlftv4w
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
OETWBBM WABIl'N AVENUE AND WALNU
Dr. D. K. Melds Inform, tne public thnt he hn
urnea a
LIVERY S T A I) L E,
"m Ilia tiurtlmoit hkIb of Troth street as nsmr
Httore.
Ilia BOblrs will be furnished with none but the
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may bo accommodated at oil
hour of the day nnd night with safe tcums
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a slinro of public patronnee,
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dculliw
and Mrict attention to buMnew. ulu""
M. tUacLsv.
II. SrocirLtt h.
U. 11. CCNNINOIIIH.
J. M. PimitM
Deposits ot nay Amount Keoclved Irom
Ten Centa UitwnrtU.
NTKKEHT lald on ifrnotitu it the ut ni
1 Percent, nor annum. Mnrnh l.t mH
tier 1st. Intcrel not wlthilmarn l .i,i.,i !.,,.
"!"'. f "r principal oi tne ueimum, therein
(hem compound Interest
MAKRIKD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT ItONBY
SO THAT HO ONE IUI CAN D1AW IT.
Open eter bunlne.n dr inmi u m. in.i n.n.
and BntuMij ereninE lor HA VINO -UEPiMITV
ol), from t to a o'clock.
" w. HTSIiOP. TrAsurl.
ej,i5,tjuj ia
LIAIHMTlES.
Losses In proccn of adjustment.. $183,081 81
KtislncM derived from national sources,
Stability uimltucted by local tll.-ater.
AVERAGE CASH INCOME, 7,000 pcrtlay,
All linslnroH transactions conducted on
IkisN of prudence, tufcty ami coumicrclu
honor.
INQUIRE FOR HARTFORD POLICIES
Of agents in ull towns and cities.
SAFFORD, MORRIS &CAXDEE,
Agents lor Cairo and Iclnlty
10-20-at.
FIRE AND MARINE
nsrsuiRisrciE
Assets
Assets..
COMPANIES.
NIAOARA, N. T.,
OBRMANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVER, N. Y.,
..ti.ee.iic
....1,008,711 7S
Assets..
..72ft SC2 CO
BErCIILIC, N. Y.,
Assets ,714,941 CO
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency
YON KERB, N. Y.,
Assets.,
ALBANY CITY,
,.r,t io si
Asset 3,1M 23
riREUEN'S TEND, B. T.,
Assets 67I.BOO 08
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Vssets
..1.I32.W8
Stores. Dwelllnn. furniture. Hulls and Cur
Kim, in-ure'i tit rsiee a rttrrauit, as souuu, "i
mnntni eecurnv win w.rrnni.
I resirf-utfully ak of the citlten ol Ca'ro,
h!-of their ptronKe.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
conyn 3? -A isr Ye
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETSi S600.000
JOHN A. UUCK, - - . Presidont
U. KNOBELHDOEFF, - - - Hecretary
ORB.
Ciias. Reitz, Hbnry Weber,
A. C. Kemno, A. Miscii,
L'iub. Wknthe, Ciias. Verchia,
Kkancih Lai'kner, Ciias. Daeolino,
C. Hibbcu, Wm Reiniiardt,
John Feldkamp.
The lt orL'Kniicd ami eecnre,t compsnv I
the northwest. 'Hie nnlv rntnpsuy whuh KUsr
iuice b cmii surri-nurrTsiue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
2M1t rnrt'olrnnntl vlrlnlly
W. 11. Monls,
Notary Public.
11.11. Candee
No. Pub. and II. H. Cmn
FIRE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE STOCK
AUCtUEINT, L,lf JS,
AGENTS WANTED.
Welsh's Practical Gulilo to RuMncss Is tho
best sclllnt; Rook In tho niaiket. It n a
book for all concerned In making or saving
money. Liberal comiulssloiia paid, and $10
Klvcn away to Arcm proving MictehHiul.
Auurcss at once for tonnn ami territory.
v JOHN FLEEHARTV,
lO-at. 8t.,Davcuport, lows.
.ETNA, HARTFORD,
Assets fi,W,Kl 07
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Assets 12,763,000 00
HAIITFORP, CONN.,
tsset 12,614,210 72
rilOJMX, HARTFORD,
Assets 11,781,148 8G
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
Assets 11,363,899 17
PUTNAM, HAKTFiiRU,
Assets 1706,937
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Asset . $516,073 68
HOME.COLUMIIUS,
Asset 1166,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 1600,000
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets 30,000,000 oo
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Asset :,600 000 OO
railway pahsenoers a-bukance
co., uartkord,
VSiets f600,000 00
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
A'ets S6)n,82 oo
AFFORD, MU11HIS & CANDEE,
71 Ohio LlTN,
City ttstlossj Bins', CAIRO, ILL.
Homo Advertisements.
HAAK.li.
HALL1DAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
OFFICERS I
A. B. SAFFORD. President!
8. S. TA YLOR, Vice-President J
H. HYSLOP, Secretary and Tri
MaSOTOBSt
Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
03 A-ISTTC.
UA I HO,
CAPITAL,
II.MNOISJ
8100,000
W. I. llAl.LIDAV. President;
HENRY L. IIALLIDAY. Vice-President!
A. M.fUFFORD, C.hlers
WALTEh HYSLOP, Assistant Cashier.
Dtatrroast
Hckst L. Hallidit. w. I. II A t t III,
'J io. I). Williamson, Htsphsn Hup
A. n. HtrrosD,
Erbnf. Coin nml l'nltet Ntfitrw
Bonds Hontrht and NM.
EPOHITH recelte.1, and t-eneral hanklny
Ti"ins"ss nnn,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or CAIRO,
DANIKI, rtURD, PreIJent
ROHERT !., t --t'reslileai
C.N. UliailES.Cwhler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
L
EXCHANGE, coin, hank not and Unit
titates eecuriliee taught and sold.
Infroai Sj el nil Time Itcpoalt.
LI'MIISR.
S. WALT KHS,
sssLsaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBElt
o orery description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POST
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished on ehortest notice.
Uommeroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sta
7-iT
CAIBO ILLINOIS.
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TENTH STREET,
FOB
Doors, Knah, slllsida, H ouldlnffa.
CnTeUatten,(wood) Window and uoor
rrsmes, rioorlBtj, Latb,
ShlUKlea, dlnaed Hnab, Glased Mid
UcBta, jnaed Tranaoina,
Nnab WelKbU, Naah I'nlllea and Corda
Bllud ratesilsis;a Kooflns;
Fait, KooBuk Osnasit, riatttcrltiB
I'aiirr, 'arct ll, WblM
l.rad, I.1ukkI ull, Americas Wlndo
Ulaait, EusrlUb nndfrrueb
Plate Ulsuus. fully, O.'aaler'a foinl.
Hewer Pluea I'ateul Cbiiunejra,
Ktc,
Kte.,
Kte,
A (IFNT8 lor Rock Rlret Paper Cnmfsnj
W Flll II J . llipiv..,l Um.Hm.
It. w
hand.
John's iJi(iroH(l Rooflnu ltay. ol
Our Homo AdvortiscrB.
FOllWARDINQ and COMMISSION
MEIt VUAMTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Afents of
iniO B1YBB ANI KANAtrnA
SALT COMF-eVOSTIEa.
70 Ohio Lever,
Caiko. Ii.liniiis.
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
AND
DEALER 1 1ST LIMB
Cement, Plaster Pauik,
ANI
l'LASTE R E RS II A I R,
NO. 71 OniO LEVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
AL HANK.
Error the purpose of tiulldimr up a
wliolemle trade In Cairo. I will .l in
re and contractors In lots of 60 darrein and
Jpw""d, at inanufacturint' prices, adding
Cairo. Auunt 13, 1872.
J. M. l'HILLII'S &. CO.,
(Hnccesnr to E. It. Ileudnco A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AKD
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
wsh LDtiI Adfsncemenis made
Uion Cuneinoaenta. JSJW
Are prej-arrd to recnti., ,lore and lorward
freihu to all (Mints and buy and
nil on coti,tnl.,ii.n,
Vrnulnes attended to t rnmptlr;
WOOD UITTENllUUSli k BRO.,
FLOUR
ASb
General Comtnission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
A
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AND
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Cairo Box and Basket Co
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
POPLAR, AFn, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
LTJMBBE;
Having the solo tight In this city to uso the
FULTON DRY KILN,
Iho best Patent Kiln extant, wo nro esnn,
dally prepared to furnish at all times, on
IIJU BIIUIIL'PI iiuucrj,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention it callot to our stock of
VvAXjICT-O-T, ash
AND
CYPRESS FLOORING
Lumber delivered to any part of the city
Order, received at the office of
SAFFORD, MORRIS A CANDEE,
..V".?.! Jh? fflPWri earner nf ltb
ttmtaad Ohio lm xv&bXtm.
SI71ATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toStratloo, Iludsoc 4 Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
sun
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Lcveo. Cniro. Itlinois.
JOHN B. PHLLIS &, SON,
(Successors Io John II. I'hllli.)
i . m i n r r , i i lid i m a it
'uaiuawajj VV7i.AHAAl30AVA)
AKD
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
AMD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTU-ST. ami (Il)O 11 IK
CAIRO. ILLS.
R. A. Cunninuiiam. Felix Cross.
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
Successors to Loncrgan ft Cunningham
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DEALERS IN
TZAJr, OATS, OOKN
AND MILL FEED.
"-IRQ ILLINOIS
l. V. MATUUStt.. jt, o ,UUL.
UATIHJSS & UIIL,
AND UKNEHAI.
UOMMIB8IONMERC HANTfr
DEALERS i
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Mm. M UTU,

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