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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1872.
JOHN II. OIJKRLY, Editor and I'ubliaher.
Timo will prove that It is not
Sumner and Trumbull and Kenton and
Curtln and Auitln Blair and others of the
great Liberal, aro political corpici. It Is
juit at true that tho Domocratio party it
an organization of tho past.
What follows? Must we all become
TJIK DOLLAK WEEKLY HULLETLV
John n. Oliorly ha reduced the tubwrlp
Uon price of tho Wkkkly Caiho IIum.ktin
o One Dollar per annum, making It the
rheapentpaperpubllKhrd In Southern tlllnol.
TERMS OK THE DAILY IIULLETIN :
One week, hf carrier M
One year lijr carrier, In advance ... 10 oo
One month, by mall 7ft
Three months .. 2 8ft
mw nnnllil 4 itfl
... ...... , v . . i.... . t
One year ... o "u itauicniai .iu, uut wt nuxi mi ietno-
cratt, Liberal and Radicals become un
prejudiced patriots. Wo must rccognizo
tho fact that tho Democratic party and cer
tain Issues which !tacontinucd eilitenco
kept alive, are no longer to be considered,
and that it is our duty to judgo President
Orant In his second term from an unpar
tiaan stand point giving to him praiso
when he deserves it.
Tiik Hullkti.v atiuiiiet this position
and is willing to abldo tlio issue it thus
makes with tho Democratic loadors here-
about, who have been, over since
wo know them, far bohlnd tho times. We
shall endorse President (.leant j adminis
tration In all its commondnblo policies,
and we hopo and bolicvu liu will not in
his second term disappoint the expecta
tions of tho pooplo who have In so signal
a manner expressed in him and his pa
triotism unwavering uontldonce. We
hopo he will bo the leader in grout re
formatory measures, and if he ahou.d bo,
TnK Hui.lktin will not withhold from
hit administration its approval. Hut, on
the other hand, if the president should
disappoint our hopes, wo shall unite with
tho men who will go into opposition; and,
we have no doubt, if ho abuses tho con
fidence of the people, tho now party, thus
Invoked, being untrammelled by tho
record of the Democratic party , and led by
unselU'li and patriotic men, can and will
win victory at the polls.
THK LIBERAL llOUT.
Tho delcat of tho Liberals Is com
plete. Thoy have been routed in every
part of tbo field. The whnlo army is now
flying before the victorious legions of the
Radicals, led by tho victorious general of
of the lato war, who seems to bo in politics
the same calm, self-possotsed and lucky, if
not skilKfeit, Man ha wa.amid the con
fuilonliiislj'tiirmoil of the battles of tho
rebellions;.' It Is a possibility-thnt the dis
organised forces of tbo opposition may
gain rally, but It it a probability that
tborwUlfliti the political Appotnuttox
and tarnnder at discretion.
HoiKTer that may be, tho fact remains,
that .tWs) late coalition of Democrats and
Rjlilkani was a distinguished failure;
aaaVthat the men who brought about that
rftjljrl.i ruined thomselvcs polit
ically, it to palpable that the suggestion
of the fact will bo received with general
Let us, in this connection, briefly point
to certain initiates made by tho honorable,
very wise but too umhittout men of tho
Republican' party who lately revolted
against tho administration of President
Grant and assumed tho rolo of leaders of
tbo Liberal Republicans.
Trumbull, Schurz, Tipton, Sumner, and
the others, dodarud at first that thoy could
not endure tho administration of Grant,
asserting at tho amo timo that ho would
not listen to thoir advice and follow where,
they desired to lead ; that, therefore, they
could no longer support him and would
be compelled to louve their party. Instead,
however, of leaving the patty boldly, they
lingered just insido of its throshnold, whin
ing llko wayward children because, tlielr
will had been crossed. When advised to
join the Democratic party which had
bravely opposed the presidential policy
and was then applauding the revolt of tbo
Liberals, Messrs. .Sumner A Co. said :
"No ; we will not io so. Tho Democratic
'party is a treasonable organization, com
'posed of men disloyal to the genius of
the Republic." They absolutely refused
to be contaminated by tho Democratic
record 1 But still they woro not happy.
They could not bo contented in the
Republican party; tbey had lost tbo
power to command and had not the moral
courage to throw away office, go out into
a new party, promulgate their platform
and appeal to the people.
If they had done this, a little band of
Republicans and a smaller band of tbo
Democrats who had become disgusted
with the Bourbomsm of their party would
have gathered about them. The) would
have been defeated this year, of course;
but the whole country would havo admired
the patriotic Liberals who, for the good of
the republic, had placed themsolves in a
hopeless minority. The Democratic party
would also havo been defeated; it would
have been disbanded; and its mombors
would have flocked to tho Liberal stand
ard. The Liberal party thus reinforced,
having all tho stronglh of the Democratic
ptrty without the odor of its war and late
. record, would have been a powerful army
of opposition, and in 187C would have
been able to sweep Radicalism out of
But the Liberal lcadors could not give
up tbo hopo of continuing to hold office,
and therefore, buforo tbey dosorted the
Republicans they sought tho Democrats
and tald to them : "You cannot elect any
1 body without aid from us. Wo cannot
' ttultify ouneivos by Joining such a party
' as yours. But wo can concede to you tbo
'platform, and will, if you will glvo us your
' votes." The Democrats, domorali.cd by
the Tweed exposures and repeated de
feats laid : "Well, give us tbo platform
'and name tbo candidates." This tlio Llb
erali made basto to do, and soon were de
manding the nominees for all tho
offices from proiident down to constable.
The coalition was, In short, an ofllce-seek-er's
coalition a coalitfon formed to koep
In office men like Mr. Fonton. The
people could not be deceived. They aw
through the rather shabby trick.
Why did we and other Democrats
tupport tblt coalition ? is the question
those remarks suggest. It is difficult toal-
ways act as we wish to uct, and the uiu
Jority of Democrat ha't no alternative.
They had to support Grunt or Greoloy.
They believed Greeley, if eloctod, would
be more lutceptlble of manipulation by
them than Grant. They did not like the
men wbowerotaid to bo Gun. Grant's ad-
visers. Tbey did not like the Radical
Our Homo Advortisors.
TO THE PUBEIO.
Anticipating a decline in prices of
of all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomer should know we arc determined
to carry out our promises of cheap printing
we feel It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICKS
believing that n stcadv Increase of business
will be an equivalent. '
With our long experience In business mid
together with our advantages In the
purchase and selection of stock, out
customers may rest asurcd wo will try
to merit n continuance ol their very liberal
patronage. Wo Invito your attention (o the
following revised list of
72. FALL AND WINTER 73.
C. II AN NY.
KKNTCCKY JKANB, FXTBA,
G AOS n RAIN SILKS,
LARUE STOCK OF CAlttSTING
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size pcr.M $4 BOtoO 50. For other
qualities add the difference In the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cup or came qualify of
Folio Post, pcrM $4 OUlofl 00; per one-half
M $i GO to 3 f0.
P O S T B ',3l S
full sheet. hairshect, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth hcet at from $3 00 to
20 00 per 31.
By a careful examination ol the aboe list
our patrona will find that our
per M ?." O0to7 00, according to size and
quality of paper; perone-halfM &'i 00to4 00.
on ordinary size per M $ 4 OOtoj BO, accord
ing to style and quality. Commercial per 31
4 60to5 60.
per 31. according to size and weight, $. OOto
00: per one-half 3t. according to size and
weight, .') 00to4 no.
D RAY TICKETS
per 31 3 O0fo4 00, according to order.
timlshed retail at wholesale price. Charge
or printing, $1 OOtoS M) per 31.
PEICES ARE LOWEE
than those of auv establishment of the kind
In St. Louts, Cincinnati or Chicago.
Business men will find the llui.l.KTIN' the
beat advertising medium in .Southern Illi
cet 20x40, 8 columns) is furnl'hed to sub
Ibera at the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now bus a larirer subscription list in
Southern Illinois, .Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever before published In
Cairo, ft" J new clubs are coming In ever'
Ula Entire Ntork
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNBB 8TH ST. AND COUMKRCIAL-AV.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOCST VABIKTY STOCK IN TUK CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
t'ortsar of K lar totals atrectawd Com.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 Mllt-a the HborUwt Iloute
Eighty HUM the Hnorteot Iloute
TO ST. LOTTIES
NO CHANGE OF CARS
KKOM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM UAII10 TO
Cincinnati. i- llanaoollii. Toleilu.
Detroit, Clrreliimt, Niagara Helli
uun&jo, riuonuiK, wninKWn
Haltlmore, I'hlMHphia, Nw York,
Iloatun anil all pulnts east.
Mllwaukl, JanesTllla, Madison,
LaCrosae, Ht. Paul and all points north,
Ihis Is also the only direct route to
Dscatur, llloominKton, HpritiKehl,
Ilurlinnton. Hock ttlanJ. La Halle
Msnilota, Ulioo, Kreeporl,
Ualsua, Dubuqua, Houi Ulty,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca"
un an nignt Trains.
Wklgngt Chrokrd io all Important points.
For tickets and information, apply to I. C, lt.lt
depot xt airo; on board tne tranut steamar he
twerni Columhus and Cairo, and at the princip
inuiun . iicnn uiiiub lliriMIMIIUIlv IKO HUUIII.
W. l'.JUIINsON. nrn'l faaa. Ak'I. Chlca.o
A. Miicmiiil, (ien'l, Hup't, Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, 1B72
truini will run as follows:
u-iv a. in
0:0 ' ...
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Couimercial-avo.,
And Dealer in
VEGETA1H.es, FRUITS, EGGS, LARO
IGF All Goods warranted fresh, and soli!
at the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. andComm erciat Ave.
Our Home Advertisers.
COMMINMIUN AND rOKWARHINO.
FORWARDING ahi COMMISSION
H K It CHAN Th.
DEALERS IN FLOUR
And AKftitn il
ltl( KIVKIl ANI KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
CKMKNT, I'LAMTKIt I'AUIH,
P L A S T E RE R'S II A I R,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVKK, UNHKK CITY NATION
K3TVor the purpose .r biilldlnt,' up a
wbolexale trade In Cairo, I will ull to deal
er and contractor In lot of ,7) barrel and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo. August 13, lb"2.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(HucccMon to E. h. llcndrtc.s A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
VJ Liberal Adrancemcnls mad crj
taaa upon ConsiKomrntii. tBmJU
Are prcparrd to rrceife, store and lorward
frelKhts to all points and buy and
sell on commireiun,
WDusinesii aitpndod to prnmptlT.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE li RHO.,
Oeneral Cominissioti Mercliaut.s
133 OU.IO LEVEE,
THE N"E"W SYSTEM:.
OR0CER1KH KRTAILKU AT WHOLEBALY
PKICE8 FOR CABn.
AT H. O. TIIIELECKE'S STORE.
WA81IINUTON AVKNUE, IIKTWEEN TENTH
AND KLEVENTH HI KEETH.
iOIbi. uky Cuba Sucar for - - - $5 0
9$ ii ii ii .i ... i oo
0J Ibi. A coffee Sucar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 11 Prime Rio Coffee for 1 OC
3J " Choice " " - 1 0C
3 " Old Government .lava - - 1 0C
Teas and othor staple and fancy Groce
ries equally us cheap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Our Home Advertisers.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Cor. Wrtahlnillun A v. nml KlKhlli Nt. ,
Where we will keep
A O O M P L E T E S T O O '.
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
SICK-HOOM AND NU1WKHY API'I.I NCKH,
Our Pure SPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not ho excelled. We also draw the
H III- II U W A T E R S
Al-o, a choice lot of Cigar, of extra qua
Ity, cold at reasonable price". Our
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTM EN J'
Will receive ecpcclal attention and can1
being at ull hour- III cliarci; of computet. I
und careful parties'. irecription carelllllv
compounded at ull bourn day or night.
NONE HUT THE PUREST AND M'. I
Our Home Advertisers.
ntovkm. unw.uu:, i;ri!,
WE GUARANTEE THAT
Who hai oer had one of the
O 33 L 33 EPjATE 3D
f wa t,
-a ' Ti m. 9 J? 9- -
WILL MOST CHEERFULLY RECOM
MEND IT A -THE MOST
THEY HAVE EVER I SE.D.
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCAL IT IKS
E V E R Y K I N I) () V V V EL.
SOLD It V
EXCELSIOR MANtJFG COMPANY
Nr. i. oris .mo.,
AND ALL LIVESTOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
Caiho, - .
A. li AL L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
I'm and Hollow Ware, Clntiirn Wruiifcri. Tulle
Warf, Coal llo.ln, I'lrt t-hofK Air till-,
MtaerACTi'ai a or
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHE El
No. 16b Washington -avenue
Vlonttni IHHtf run.', nl all klnl of
4Urk ilonn at hf.rtl n.iilf fHtiltlll
.ni i.i.i m:hv.
HOOT ANI hllOK NTUKK.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., n-)r Athetieum.
Keel oo hand a K"Oil ataortnient of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' ROOTS AND SHOES.
And Mittet' and Children's Gaitbiw and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which thoy loll at tbo
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examisk.
7lui ouiki aoviuuti,
l.HTe Vlrtinla. ts.40 a. in
,10 6 "
......... ,. .. 1.. 'IsylOfTill 106 a.
party, ruey mereioro coniemou io tup. I 'rne at Han. it, io ;.,;; ixi
nort the Llbarnl loader! in their attenmt I ik. uomaxoarawi.T.
w W.IUUIU kt'VII IIU.IIIUII lit U1U..O. ,, ' f,l.J a. ni.
d now the cotillion hot failed, and in
t qotno the political ruin of
t and tho death of tho
need not bo told
a. a a. in
'. ttta. V.
Arnve at viiiwi:::.i.5 ..
u.f T" SZVzA? t: ,'' p(
ArriT al btaw0.ti' .. " '""' .,
Lirriool ew.Turk and Philadelphia
vDta coaraiOT with witkd itatii and aaintH
For CarrjinR the Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TIUKETS
oa rvaTBta laroamnon
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot.1
16UroadwT, Ntw.York, vrtu
Waiblugtcn ATtiiua, Cairo, noia. ji
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccnanora tfiKtratlon, HmlxunA (,'larb,)
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN R. PIILLIS & SON,
.Hupccaaora to John II. I'hllll',)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVK
OA 1 1(0, ILI.H.
It. A. CUNNINGHAM. FKMX CltOSS
'JUNNINGI1AM & GROSS,
fSuccehou to l.oni'iKuilit Ciliililnt'liiua
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND IIKAI.EH8 IN
HAY, OATS, COIEHS
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - . . ILLINOIS
Z. D. MATUUBK.. K. O.UUL
MATI1USS & UUL,
C O M M I S S I ON M E II O HANTS
I AY AND WESTERN PRODU0E
o. e uuio LirvKK.
ST. NICHOLAS j
JENNY LIND TABLES
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'rt.
TIiIh boue Ih newly Ilttcd up with two
And two linn
The saloon Ih stocked with the Heft
uro compounded in tho most approved style
jttTCoino and see for yourself. They keep
on hand a lino stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
uro spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which till are Invited to partici
pate free of charge. 3-1 !l
On KfnlithSir',t,bne'nComii.rcinl,uJ 'aU
NEW .MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AND WINTKH STVI.Ki
lipKiflri. a lull Iidh of
-Borcri-rETS &c hats
ITrirnmtNl kii.j unttimmeU,)
ItKNCl n.UWKILS, ItlltlldN'i, TIll.MMI.NOi
of nil klri'l. Lcrr. etc., rtn.
lr. MiiOiin tin. hIo larK aiortmcDt o
Kney Aillclt., rucli an
Ni:CK Tl.;-. COLLAR", UNHr.llSLF.KVia,
An I all tiihf r article-, u.ually lound in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STOP.
Mr-. .MfOi-i'. In addition to her stock of
Fancy ami .Milliners (iimtN.liii-a Hi aoiii'iiml
coiiipli'ti' :i"nrtiui'nt of Cincinnati ru.tnm
.Miiilc Luilles' and All"i' hnm ami t'hll-ilrcn-'
Root", lllack ami In Ciilor-. TIioji'
are ackiiowli'il-i-il to he the llnt'-t ami hel
lnii" in the market, and thli i the unlv
place in tlio citj that makeithcm a special! t.
MRS. .M. SWANi)ER,
has openoil out an exit-naive stock of
All ol which arn fntirclr new an J of tliH erv
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIHHONS,
Ami an Ipgam M.miriinpiii m
LACK, KKINOKS, KID OI.OVKH, 1KISIKIIY
all a-tlili-D usually kfpt in f. Hrt-clHti mil.
yra, Kwamltr Invllm th puhlio tncailiinil n
net hi-r stuck, whu h she will tuVo (ilfniurn i -finwlntt
In oli I aa vrnll aa imw cutoit eri.
H'LLIAUD SALOON AND HAlt
ROOM. JOHN tiHX, ITiirltr.
IOC Orrnmercial Aisdiib, CAIHO, ILL1NOU
ltil brand of Califr ".Cigars lu reeol . !,
MILLIARD saloon furnished with the l.cM
of tallies : and liar supplied with winus, llijuon
anil clears of theniirt liniinl-.
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
Comer 7th slreo' mid wiTrit"i III OCH
Coiiimerclul Av. " ' ,4" b
PARKER & MONTAGUE
USTTho host brands of ClgaM, choice
Wines, l.liiiiirs,i'tc always on hand tf
WUUD I WOOD 1 1 WOOD I I
The iimlnrsiitneil will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Cheap, II nol 'li'iier
had any wood dealer In Cairo, Leuvo order
on tho slutcB at the Postolllco and ut Ro
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth und twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
glvo good ntcuburo und will cord the woou
umjiO-tf DENNIS HALh.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (ireou. i
William 11 Ollliert, V CAIHO, ILLINOIS,
VSpeota, nttantion giren to A'lmirally aoJ
Of HOI OHIO LKVX, BOOUH 7 AMD 6 OVKB
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
ItKAI. BNTATK AOKN.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (BKCONI) FLOOR) OHIO LKVKK,
Huv amd Ssll Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And paepars Cooveyanoaa of Klnili!
H I.NKS A.M I.IUOC1IN.
jr. . a"'s ii" it" iiV
MiioirntLr. ami bit. ii. ininra is
WINKS AKD LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of ne"' anil spendid
I I I i I I . I I . U I.I.
No. 7.', ohio Lkvkk,
m i inn tl I IMOTU
ivecps constantly on nanu me cuoiccsi oi
U liu. HtWl l.lflllfiri. l'll I'll II 111 1 1 MIMI HI TIIL1
very lowest uuros. uiui ami examine.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE ORO0ER8, j
Alto, keep contaotly on haml a uii.tt com
plete atocU of
SCOTCH AKD IHIBU W1U8KIK8
li 1 K H.
t.,v"vit .. nr AII nli,.llv fill rath, t
mm ihii ,,i a. Jlt B.H ... wi.-. . -. 1
II, WHICH IW!l IIIBT lUTHO f"v.-. -
non of elof ImrtfHln Imyirs.
V. M. S T O 0 KV L IS T H ,
tiouranna o conic a iTucantrH
WINES AND LIQUOR
No. G2 Ouio Lsvsk,
mm Mnatttt1tl A full AfaAAb