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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1872.
JOHN H. OHERLY, Editor and Publisher.
TERMS OK THK DAILY BULLETIN : .
Om week, by carrier 4j
One year by currier, in advance 10 00
One year by carrier, ir not p ild in
a&rancc 12 00
9ne month, by mall. , I 00
fbree month !l 00
:Ris6nth ,. ., ft M
One Tu-.i... 10 00
THE DOLLAll WEEKLY BULLETIN
Jafea II. Oberly lias reduced the. siibscrip
Un price of the Wkmly Cairo Bm.lktin
.o une iwuar per annum, hmkiiik
etoapett paper published In Southern llUnole.
AFTER THE CAMPAIGN.
Ok of tho most intensely aggravating,
things we havo had to do In connection
with our duties as editor of this rpcr has
been looking over tlio exchanges lisucilon
or beforo tbe day of eloctlon. Thoo of
tho Liberal fort tocm with Injunction to
"Tote early," to " voto tho Liberal ticket"
to " sare tho country," to "put down Rad
icalism," and to forth and soon, Intermin
gled with tho many cheering insurance.'
that " Greeloy can bo oloctcd ;" that tho
" Liberal ticket ii luro to win," that "it
requires 185 electoral vote to elect a
'president; of this number Greeloy will
'receive the entire South" all Liberal'
newspapers agreed on this and such
Northern states as each individual editor
conceived would give a majority for the
Liberal ticket ; thnt " tho Liberals are
'hopeful;" that " tbe Radicals are depoml
eat," etc., etc. It has al
most made us leel liko lay
ing down our lead pencil, emptying out
our paste pot, pocketing our scissors and
forswearing the editorial tripod forever.
And as we sadly ponder over these useless
injunctions and false prophesies of our
mistaken editorial brethren, wc picture to
ourselves what might have been If tboy
had all been borne out in truth. How our
pen would havo skimmed over our paper
and left behind Hour joyful impressions of
the good that was to follow the election of
Horace Greeley of how straight-forward
principle and old-fashioned hoacsty
would have ruled in the councils of tho na
ttoo: of how the prosperity of tho North
wold have been conilrmod, and the rovi
val of tbe commerce and credit of tho now
beggared and dcsoluto South would have
been assured ; of how bad men, like Butler
and Cameron would have sunk
out of sight and been hoard
of no moro forever; of how
all tho promises made in our Liberal plat
form of principles, would havo been car
ried out to tbe best of human ability, and
tbe country hive taken one moro long
stride in its march towards greatness and
honestly, earned for Itself tbe title o being
tbe best and freest government under tho
sun. But giving ourselves up to It, we
conclude to contemplate the situation ax it
is, not as it might have been. Gen.
Grant is chief magistrate of the United
State for four years moro and holds his
lease of power by rn strong an indorse
ment as was ever given to any president
before. As wo sit alone and ponder, our
on most fervent desire is that our ante
election predictions may provo false ; that
Gen. Grant may cut looso from tho cor
rupt men by whom ho is surrounded ; that
he may look upon tho South with tho eye
of a patriot, and not as a partisan and
that be will relieve it, as far ut his power
(stands, from tho grievhus burdens it i
now struggling under, in tho shape of
grasping and unconsclcncelcss official
"We picture to ourselves how one and
then another Democrat would have
dropped. in onus; how ono and then an
other jovial Liberal Republican would
have popped in on us; how wo would
havo shaken hands together and congrat
ulated each other on our glorious victory
and all have been jolly and good-natured
together. But the best laid plans, otc.
Horace Greeley is defeated. Gen. Grant
is re-elected. "Wo uro sorry and out of
sorts. Our sanctum is pervaded by nn air
of quiet which assures us that our friends
are out of sorts, too ; that it is the day after
the fair ; that tho play is played out, tho
curtain down, tho lights out and the peo
ple departed whero? Out into a tempest
uoui, stormy night, in which angry winds
blow and threatening lightnings play, or
into the peaceful, quiet paths which shall
lead ui into the periect day of our great
ness as a nation and a people 7
Who shall say ?
72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
C. H AN NY.
KRHTCCKY JRANH, FXTRA,
Our Home Advortisors.
On Klahtb Hired, between Commercial and Wash
union Avenuei, Is daily receivlnf
Our Homo Advortisers.
LA HUE STOCK OP 0ARK4TING
His Eatlre DImi
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORNER 8TH ST. AND COMMERCIAL-AT.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARORST VARIKTT STOCK IN THK CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corsair of Rlssetewsstai atrewl sal Cass
I.A1RST FALL AND WINTKR UTTL'KS
tieamt a lull line of
BoasrasrETS & hath
ITrimmed unit untntnmed,
HIKNCH FLOWERS. HIBBON3, TIMHM1NG8
of Ml kind. Laces, etc.. etc.
Mrs. Mrdee has alio a large assortment o
Fancy Articles, ouch as
NECK Tl.V, COLLARS, UNOERSl.EEVEfl.
KUFFB, HASHES, FANS,
And oil oih rsrticte usually lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY 8TO R
Mrs. McOt'c, in addition to her Muck of
1 ancy and Millinery Mood, han llnoone mid
complete awortnient of Cincinnati Cuiom
Made Ladies' and Mines' Shoos mid Chil
dren' Root. Black and In Color. These
are acknowledged to be tin- lined nnd best
Shoes in tho market, and this l the only
place In the city that makes tlirin a 'poi-lalty.
MRS. M. SWANDKK,
IS THE j
ATHENEUM BUILDING i
ha opened out an eiUodTt '.ock of
j All ot which are entirel new tod of the Test
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISE
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
' FLOWERS ,
1 And a rlfrfai uMnaroi vt
lacu, raixoi, KID OLOVR, HOIXST
uJ Jlrtx-l tucuMr kr k lnll m.t
M-. kwksder IsTttr lt fOHw tovil4 'a
mm TIMWABK, ETC,
WE GUARANTEE THAT
Who lia over had ono of the
WILL MOST CI1EEUKUI.LV ItECOM
31END IT A. THK MOST
THEY HAVE EVER I'SED.
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIKS
KVKKY K1N1 OF F L K L.
Our Home Advertiser.
frMIMIOX AMB rMWAMI
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
184 TKMTn BTRBRT,
thftu, Msk, missda. ssldlssvs,
Kav Uattera, (wl) Wlsidow mm Hoar
rrsussca, Tlortg, Vctm, I
MkiaclM, Ua4 Mia, UIm4 HJSIi I
Uckta, (llaafd TrsusMssaa,
awn Walckta, nawli PtjJlle sumI 0r4i
UUm rMtcsslsaca. Boclsaar '
rill, ImIsi tMBiesit, Maaiaria
lsiatr( trpl nil. White
LtMMd Mil, AaaariMM Wlat4
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MICKS' II AMI.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Qlaa, BssBllak aadrroack
VUl UUaa, Psslljr, SJ!aalira PasssU
wir 11 am Patent Cttlsnsseya,
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G WMPASY A
.... .. w.w w Jotn' laiprofnl Kooflng lwyt od l
NTs LUl bavnJ I
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
And Auroo (
lllln RIVKK AM' KANAWHA
Our Home Advortisers.
P. G. Schuh.
C. W. HKNDKRSON,
r-;t hr stock, acira & tu ux fltar c-
snwina old iWI nw taton M.
A. H A L L K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
i Ta tnd Hollow Wu, Cloth Wrieaor Toll
Wan, Coal Hod, FinShovaU, Air C.v..
i Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
i ' '
Manufacturer of and Dealera in ,
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS I
OAK AND WALNUT !
11 ins the sole riirht in this city to use the
70 Ohio Lkvek,
WINKS ARB a.IiOOR.
KHOLMitl AMD BKTAlL PltrSB II
1 WINES AND LIQUORS 1
And proprietor of n"' and gpendld
Keeps constantlv on hand the choicest of
Wlnea and Liquors, which he will sell at the
very lowest ngures. uau ana examine.
ZINC, COPPER AND SUEE1
N&. 166 Washington-avenue
WXoolDt, QuttcriDK, and all kladt ofo
work donARt vhnrtal nntlr fhlilt'
No. TS OHIO Lkvek,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Alio, lfp coDnUntly on hand a moat com
pleto atock of
SCOTCH AKD IRISH TTUISKIKS
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba W ines
R.1UYTH A CO. sell exclusively for cull, to
. which fact thev Invite tho especial (tun.
lion t cloe bcrcaln burera.
COUNSELORS AT LAW
William H.Groeii, 1 '
F. M. 8TOOKFL15TH,
scccusoa roHLi a STOcirtiia
HeUIer ail Wtseleastla Otistlar la
forclRn staMl DosiswaUc
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. G2 Ohio Levm,
HEkoepton hand coniUnlly a full stork c
Old KoDlucky Bourbon, Kye and Mononni
ila Whlnkln, French Hrandioi, llollaud Oln
HMn n.l 'llfnrnl Wlni U
ST. NICHOLAS j
JENNY LIND TABLES
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
This bouse is newly fitted up with two
Aud two fine
The saloon is stocked with the liest
are compounded in the most approved style
ISTCome and see lor yourself. They keep
on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
are Miread morning and exiling at 10
o'clock', ui which an arc inviiui 10 psnici-
TO THE PTJBEIO.
Anticipating s decline in prices ol
nt all kinds and deslrout that our cuh
toraern should know wc arc determined
to carry out our promlxes of cheap printing
we feel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
FULTON DRY KILN,
i the best Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
cially prepared to lurnisii at an tunes, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMUER.
Attention is called to our stock ol
CYPRESS FLOORI NG
Lumber delivered to any part ol the city
Orders received at the ouice ol
S AFFORD, MORRIS & CAN DEE,
at that of tbe company, comer of 34th
tree t and Ohio levee tuif2ftd3m.
.!"ti,aien!idy ,ncrca,eor tiiM , HARD and SOFT LUMBER
pute free of charge.
GROCER and CONFECTION CAIRO CITY COAL
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts. prprd to unwii? niiitomer with th
' qualitj of
No. 134 Corameroial.avo., ! PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
TAnT MTHTiTr 'ssssw' sssawawawawaww
And l)elor In
VEUBTAULES, FRUITS, EGGS,
FRESH 1JU1TER, ETC.
tgr All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowest pricen.
Corner 0th St. andCommerclalAvc.
ORDERS left at Halllduy liroi. oltlce, 7
OHIO lkvek, or at tbe Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The TUQ "MONTAUK" will bring1 coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
iiTmil,,.Vw,'ln KlTen to idmlrih .n.i
Of tlCI OHIO LKTRs, ROOMS 7 AKD 8 of l
Llrwol .w.To,k aM UrtUori
' mSSa OOwrmAn. ...
OROCKRIXH RETAILKD AT WHOLXBALI
PRICKS VOR CASH,
AT H. O. THIELECKE'S STORE.
WASHINGTON AYINUK, IIKTWKRM TRUTH
AND KLKVXNTU HTRIETS.
or Carrying in Malls
oa roaTa isroaatTioa
'WLYJ0Q ALE, Aor,
" ' M,7.w.Vort, .,,
WasalsaiOD a.U(, Cllfu
10 tbs. dry Cuba Sugar for
91 i ii ii ii
lbs, A cofleo Sugar, N. Y. Std. 1 00
" Prime Rio Cofleo for - - 1 oc
3J Choice " 1 0C
3 " Old Government Java - 1 0C
Teas and other stacle and fanev Grooa.
rlet equally as cheap.
uooas now ana mil weigui given, uail
ST. 0HARLE8 HOTEL.
V, bi BKXruRB, .... PNrll'
Cok. Osio Lktik ft Bkcond St.
ryHggaK. Luvyed to and sw
BEAR. EHTATK AO EN VI.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (bxcond floor) ouio lxvkk,
Buy and Sill Rial Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And pnopar ()onjnca nf Kindr!
HENRY H, MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLINO
ol every Description,
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Glldlna
Orders solicited for Hceuery, Fretcoo anu
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work In.
to my care will be promptly at.
to. Shop In Perry House, corner I
relal avetius and Eighth street.
With our loiife' experience in business and
together with our advantages in the
purchase and selection of stock, out
customers may rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance of their very liberal
patronage. We invite your attention to the
tonowing revised un oi
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size perM 4 bOtoO 00. For other
qualities udd the difference in the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same quality of
Folio Post, per M 94 OOtoO 00 ; per one-half
M $2 CO to 3 60.
POSTE ,IE S
full sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth ;sbeet at from $3 00 to
20 00 per SI.
By a careful examination ol the above list
our patrons will nnd that our
per M $5 OOto" 00, according to flze and
quality of paper; per one-half M 93 00to4 00.
on ordinary size per M $4 OOtoS M), accord
ing to style and quality. Commercial per M
4 Wtoft 60.
per SI, according to size and weight, $5 OOto
7 00; per one-half M, according to size and
weight, ?3 OOtol 00.
1) 11 A Y TICKETS
per SI 83 OOto I 00, according to order.
urnlnhcd retail nt wholesale price. Charge
or printing, $1 00to2 60 per M.
PBIOBS ABE LOWBE
than thoNK ot any establishment ot the kind
in St. Louis, Cincinnutl or Chicago.
lliihlness men will lind tho Hui.i.ktin tbe
best advertising medium In Southern Illi
nois. OTTIR, WEIEIICIj"5r
(sheet 20x10, 8 columns) Is furnished to sub
scribers at tho low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a lurger subscription list in
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever belorn published In
Cairo, t:l new clubs are coming in every
Crukht, Plastkr Paris,
HO. 71 OHIO LKVRK, UNDER CITY NATION
A I. BANK.
0For the purpose ol building up a
wholesale trade iu Cairo, I will sell to deal
ers and contractors in lots of 60 barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, August 13, 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(HuccoMon lo K. b. Urndncs A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adrtncemenls made
ffK upon CaonigomtnU.
Aro prepartd to receiTe, store aad lorward
Itefabts to all point aod buy and
ell on commifSioB,
o crsry description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb I SwrBuilnw. aiindod to pmmpttT
doors, sash, blinds
Furnished on shortest notice, (
Commerotal-av, bet. 10th and llth-sta., I
WOOD RITTKN HOUSE Si BHO.,
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
('Sjarterod Harrh Rl, I.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. S AFFORD, President;
S. S. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
11. HY8L01, Secretary and Treasurer.
MILLER Si PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fOR FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Luvee, CAIRO. D.LINOIi).
P. M. Basclat,
F. H. HrocarLiTH.
R. H. Consikouaii,
J. M. Pmuirs.
Pacl O. Hchcb,
H. P. HAIXIUAf,
DcbmmIU mmr Aaaosssat sjeaalwea irosn
Teas Crata Dpwarda.
1NTKHEST paid on deposits at tbo rale ot six
per cunt, per annum, March 1st and Septem
ber li. Interest not withdrawn Is r.dded Home,
dlatolj to tr.e principal of tbs denoiito, thtrotl
Hiring them compound Inleiest.
MARRIXn WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
SO THAT KO 0X1 IUI CAK DSAW IT.
Open erery buslneis dsjr from t.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Uaturdar ereninK lor HAVIKO DEPOITb
onij, irom in q ciock.
W. HTSLOP. Treasurer.
Ohi Levrh Cairo, III.
Okvsss raoarrLT ruisu
THE CITY NATIONAL
R. A. Cunnincuam. Felix cnoos
Successors lo l.onergan A Cunningham
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AMI DKAI.KIIS IN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO. - - - ILLINOIS
' - 1100,000
W. P. UAU-IDAY, Preildont;
1IKNRT h. HALLIDAY, Vice-Frt.ild.nl
A. II. HAFFORl), Cashier ; '
WALTKR HTSLOP, Assistant Cashier,
Ussar L. Uauioat,
Q to. D. WlUIAHSOS.
A. B. BArroan.
RosasT II. Cdmsinuhah,
W. P. Uauioat,
Brats bias '
Bxehstssae, Colsa sua UsUted RtalM
BaaMla ttossskl susd Sold.
KP08ITH reeelrsd, aad a central banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL aUHD, President i
ROBERT. MlU .il. Vias.Presl leal
0. N, HUGHES. Cas.iler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, beak noUs aad Uaital
Stalas sseuitlts bought aad sold.
lastMWt AUawsMl Ttaaa Passlta.
Z. II. MATHUBB.. O 'VOL
MATHU8S & UHL,
Com MIS B I onMer CHANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
O. 4 OHIO I.F.TKK.
BTRATTON & BIRD,
(Buccessora toHtrattoD, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John H. Phlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAY,1 CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor, TENTH-8T. ap OHIO LEVE
nm rr x-t nui.'QrmTTVPirk
Car. Wsklssguss Aw. sus ElRhtli at.
Where we will keep
A COMPLETE STOO
KANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
B1CK-HOOM AND NURSERT APPLl NOEfl, A
Our I'nre Sl'AHKI.INfl HflllA wATK
GENUINE PRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled , We also draw tbe
ATOlttTTTWa? a a .1? a rvnn. a
u ,uA,i u AAl tit uaivaiuuA
U L V E L I O Ji WATER
117, som ai reuuuuit iucp. uur
Will recelva especial attention. and vu
balnjr at all hmira in harv at Mmnniai
HimMSMnf at an honrs dav or ntf
NONB BDT TEE FLTMCiT AJtD BT