THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1872.
n atdh uttt T PTTN". mcnli 1,0 hM dcc,ftwd lhBt h0 wl" m"k
LA11U tU LlULiXXiA U)o ol l I)()mocrAl0 i(lc(l of territorial ex-
JOHN II. OIIKRLY, Editor ml Publisher
TERMS OF THE DAILY HULLKTIN :
w t, .. oarrfiT ......
OMTcVrYr carrier, In advance . . . 10
One yes t by "Tier, If not ptld In
advance . . . 'r
Une month, by mall.
I hrce montnjt, .
flic monthly. .
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY HULLKTIN
John II. Oberly lift' reduced the subcrip
Hon price of the Wkkki-v Caiko Hum.ktin
t One Dollar per annum. m.ianiK iv -ahatttpapcrpubllshcdlnSouthern
tension a foaturoof his administration,
"And lio hns stated lo Gen. bhoimnn, nnd
others, Hint tlio futuro policy of the nil
ministration In rcipoct to tlio South will
bo noltlior hoUllo nor unfriendly Hmt ho
would endoavor to rounito tho North nnd
South In kindly relations.
Now, we applaud nil this, and wo wish
lo havo tlio Democrat who don't step out
of the ranks and declare himself 1 "Who is
that man ?
Our Homo Advortisora.
THE POSITION OFTHK HULLKTIN
W publish in another column n few
comments of the pron upon tlio late
speech of the editor of this paper, and tho
present position It occupies In reference
to the political situation.
We shall not remark upon cltlicr tho
matter or tho spirit of thoso comments.
Lot them go. Tliey do not offend in,
and they will gratify thoso whu do not
like us, and mak j smllo even tlioo thnt
small and gallant band who do not be
Mere us entirely given over to tho bad.
We aro too close upon tho Christmas
time to be anything but the jollicst und
most lelf-tatisflcd of mortals ft man who,
with charity for all and malice towards
none, chuckles and enjoys abuse. In the
Eden of Mark Tapley we have risen to thu
dignity of Mark Tapley's philosophy and
are jolly undor the most ad verso of circum
stances, with the storm of the displeasure
of our friends beating upon us und tho
other side offering Ui neither refugo nor
But bow is TCiik Bulletin, and
where does it stand ? That's tho question.
Come up close to u., gcntlo Democrats,
and let u clear up, to your entire satis
faction, this grunt mystery.
In tho first place The Hullktin bc
lioves tho days of the Democratic party
are numbered; that tho intoroJts ot the
country demnnd tho corpso shnll bo put
undor ground without dolny; that any
new party arising on tho grsive of the de
funct Democracy, !ed by tho old lenders,
crying the old party shibboleths, will be
considered by tlio people as tho old Demo
cratic party in a new dress and bo incon
tinently shoved aside; that tho times de
mand on tho part of tho opposition inac
tion. The electors who don't admiro
Radicalism 'must wait for thu wagon of a
good opportunity to como rattling along,
and when it does como along they must
get into it, and place the old party whip
handlers closn to tho tail' board, so that
thoy can bo kicked out if they attempt to
disturb tho passengers by singing tho old
songs of human slavery human inequality
state's rights of tho secession kind the
humiliation of tho North tho domination
of Southern pride.
In tho second place. Tub Bulletin
theroforo now stands in tho independent
position of a paper which cannot bo con
trolled by any caucus, ulirpio or party, but
which will not hesituto to commond or
condemn nny caucus, cliquo or party de
cision its understanding of the right may
require it to do.
In the third place. TiIk Bulletin
will portlnaclously adhere. to un advocacy
of all tho principles of tho Liberal
organization all of them, including that
principlo which recognizes tho binding
forco of the 'Into amendments to tho con
stitution of the United States and tho po
litical equality of all men.
In tho fourth place. The Bulletin
will support all the measures of tho ad
ministration of Oon. Grant which do not
run .countor to tho principles wo havo
above referred to, and condemn nil that
do run counter to them.
In brief, this is "how" and "whore"
The Bulletin stands; in truth, this is
precisely the position Mr. Obcrly took in
the speech ho mado to tho KepuMicmi
And where, now, in tho Democrat In
Cairo, who to-day takes issue with us ?
A few days ago most of the prominent
Democrats denounced our position us im
proper, as highly disloyal to tho doctrine
we havo heretofore advocated, but to-day
their tone of condemnation is becoming
Tery much modified. They already see
the wisdom of ,JUr course, ' and
are frankly acknowledging It.
0ne of the Democrat. who
condemned us most bitterly, and in our
opinion most unjustly, was Hon. H. Wat
ion Webb, but since (Jen. Grant snubbed
Cameron ho has concluded that oven ho
nyjoinu, in our determination to op
prove all of IV.ident Grant - Kod act,
hd patriotic policies Yctcrdiiy he said,
"erring to Gen. Grant, .ate course:
i uen.ljranl nurmr.. .. . . . .
WHAT THEY SAY.
A PEW OF THE COMMENTS OF
THE PRESS ON THE
AND A FEW KKMAKKS ABOUT
THE MAN, OBEKLY.
From Iho l'ula-kl Patriot.-Had.
Uoiiuit John Obcrlv has nt last ro
nounced tho Grcclov-Domoeratlc fulth and
como out for thu Ketmbllcun party. Thus,
one by one, they bocome reconciled. We
extend tho right imnu oi leiiowsnip to mi
Who will bo tho next t
On KlnlilliHlrcel, between Commercial and Wash
njitoii avenues, u uniir rocemni
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AMD WINTER STYLES
iSeniticB a lull line of
BOITWETS 5c HATS
I Trimmed and unlrimmed,)
KRF.NCJ FLOWERS, KIBUONd, TRIMMINGS
of all klndr. Laces, etc., eta.
.Mr i". Mcflee h also a larot tmortment o
L' . .. . I . 1 1 I - . . .. V. "
VKCK Tl.W. COLL-AM, UNDKuHLKKVKS,
BUrH, 3A311K.1, KAJiS,
Ani all other articles usually found In a
F1KST-CLASS MILLINERY STOKE
Mr. McGce. In addition to her stock of
Fancy and Millinery Good.ha a tit one and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Ctitnm
Muiic inline ami .Mles- Nine aim cm
tlrcho' Hoot, Black and lit Colors These
aru acknowledged to be the tiuct and licxt
.shoe in thu market, and thii l thu only
piace in inc city nun muwes mem a specialty.
From the Decatur Magnet. Mb.
kuk okant with an ir.
Tho telegraph has reported that at a
Grant jollification meeting in Cairo, John
II. Ulierlv. t.'Q.. of the Bulletin,' ana lilb
era! Ucpubliean elect to tho legislature,
haU loinecl tho purl vol tho administration,
which tho Itadical papers. Including our
diurnal neighbor, are rolling under their
tongues ns n swtct morsel. What Mr
Obcrly then said, nnd what he proposes, is
thus stated in his own nowspnpor :
While the proccs-ion win pacing the 'Bul
letin' otllce a number of the men lit the line
bPKan to cry for a speech from Obcrly. The
proc'-Ioii "topped and the ery preail and
became general. Finally Mr. Ulierlv re
pondcd.und raid that hu recognized in the re
Milt or the late election the fact that the party
with which lie had acted had been cril-licd
by defeat ; that he wa therefore untram
melled by par y cnnldemtlon, and w an
fiideiiendent man ; that, if l'relilent Grant
would reform the cUil-i-enlce. drive out
di-houe-t men, Inaugurate the policy of pur
lilcatloii, and be xi-e to the republic good,
the Bulletin would not refine to him It- -up-port:
but that. If reform" were not inatigu
nited.atid the present abu-ci were continued,
if the admlni-tratlou lioiiM lall -liort uf Itt
duty, thu Hull. 'Hu wmild bittcilv uppo-u the
prcidcnt and his party.
It will thus bo scon that Mr. Oberly. un
like the Into rebol Gen. Bodgcr W. "Han
son, of Ky., said at tho bruaking out of tho
rebellicn, that hu was for tho union with
out an if, nnd nr but,'' Is for tho adminis
tration with an ' if, ' and will "bittcrlv op
poso" it with a "but." If tho hopes ol tho
itadical journals aforesaid of Mr. Oberiy's
support hang upon the administration car
rying out his ultimatum, then they hang
upon a thread moru slender and brittle
than ii rotten cobweb.
From tho l)u (juoln Tribune. Bad.
Friend Oberly of tho Cairo 'Bulletin, in
his paper of tho Oth, spcuking of tho "Lib-
oral rout," says :
"The defeat of thu Liberals l complete.
'hey ha(! been routed in e ery pait of the
Held. Ihu whole army It now Hying before
the lctorlou legion- of the Badical", led by
the lctorioits general of the Into war, who
eelii" to be in politic" the miiiiu calm, i-cll-
ei-jed and lucky. If not (klllfull. man lie
wi amid thu conrutioii and turmoil of thu
battle" of thu rebellion. It l :i io"lbillty
that the dlvirguuied force-of theoiipositioii
may again rally, but it I" :i probability that
they will Hud Ihu iolitlcul Apiiiiiatto'- and
"Urrcniier ai ui-creiiou.'
MRS. M. SWANDEK,
has opened out an extensive stock of
AH of which are entlrelr new snd of the tert
LATEST SPRING GOODS
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elennt jorimui ol
LACES, ruINOKS, KID OLOVK8, IIOSIEK
rnl all articles uullj Lept in l finl-clius mil
. hwun.lir InTitea the public luead and '
ytzi ier etucii, wnieri pne win uif pieiuuri
hovi in4 tn old A well new cutorr er.
Our Homo Advortiaors.
'taarl(ird Harh HI, tHlltS.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIUO
A. B. SAFFOIll). President;
8. S. TAYLOR, Vlce-1'rcBldcnt J
II. UYSLOl', Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M. BiacLiT,
P. II. BTOCKSLtTIf .
R. II. CcRKtaaaASi,
Pil'L O. Hchcii,
II. f, II1LLIDST,
J. M. Pamirs.
nepoalta ol aar Amoasst Heocl ved Irosn
I MTEKE.ST paid oo deposits at the rate ot six
a. Percent, per rdduiui miwvu lei nuu C77iiriit-
ber li. Interent not withdrawn Is raided Imtne-
dlatelr to the principal of the deposits, therein
g'Tlng them compound Interest.
MAHRIIP WOMBN AND CuILDRKIf MAT
SO THAT l0 OKI lUt CAX U1AW IT,
Open ercrr buslnets da from a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and Balurda eremnx tor 8AVI.N0 IJEP03I l
onlj, rom to s o'cioca
W. IITSI.OP. Trensurel.
TI1B CITY NATIONAL
'cote. I Wl
' credit, and his n
'ten by the, American
"ot hesituto to give him
From the Mound City Journal. Dem.j
OUEKI.Yl II AH HKTUKNKl) UAUlCAL'f
Tim interesting question in this section
now is, whether or not .1. II. Oberly, Ksq.,
editor of thu Cairo 'llulletln,' mid inember
ot tlio leglslaluro olect by virtuo ot n Liberal-Democratic
nomination, has turned
squarely into tlio Uadicul ranks. At tho
Itopublican jollification meeting in Cairo u
fuw nights sincu hu was onu of tho orators,
and sotno who heard him say hu delivered
an eloquent ucpuuiican speech. In it
lengthy and carefully prepared article,
however, through his paper hu defines his
position. Tho following extract gives the
substance of It:
"We nitift recoL'iile the fact that dm
Democratic party and certain Itiei which
Its continued c.xMcnce kept aliu aru no
longer to he conldeivd, and that It Is our
duty tojudL'u l,reldent Onmt In hi" second
term from an impariUnii staml point giving
him pral-e heneer he de-ere- It.
" The 'Itullctln' auines thlspo-ltlonaiulls
willing fo abide the l-iie it tlui- make, with
thu Democratic leaders hereabouts, who
hae been. eer "luce we knew them, far be
hind the times."
Everybody can Judge from the above,
for themsuHcs us to Mr. Oberiy's present
position. Hut this dash nl the "Democratic
leaders hereabouts" is in rather bad tasto,
considering his own antecedents. Thu
timu is not very far back when John was
onu of the most extreme hardshell. Tho
"leaders" ho refers to could not compare
with him us "copperheads;" hu was orio of
tho most coppery of them nil. Hu could
riol onduru vbn idea, that anv man who
had ever s mulled blue cloth could bo en
tertained in convention for otllce; nothing
but thu grey for him. Ho would not drop
a lino or yield a hair's breadth to roncil
iatu tho Liberal or war Democraev. Tho
most ho would consent to, was totakutlmt
element in as they do members into thu
Methodist church in favorite illustration
with him at that timet on probation, tooc
euppy back seats u few venrs whilo the
grey-coats should occupy tho offices. HU
exlremo ideas and language gained for
him unito notoriety, nnd as un editor of
his triio he was pronounced second onlv
to Hrick I'omeroy.
Yet now he reprimands "leaders" who
then endeavored to hold him in check, and
t Liberalize his course. And for what
renon? "'o can imagino none, unless it
bo thut they will consent to follow him
and flop over Into tho Uadicul party, cer
tainly thoy have chten the late great dish
of "crow" placed beforo them with good
It looks lo n boy up an npplo treo ns
though .John had arrived at thu conclusion
that thoro is but ono prophut, and thut is
Grant, and that all must full down and
From the Vililamoii Count v l'ro"ress.
Itadical. ' "
AND BATAN CAMK, ALSO!
John Il.Dberly. (Oberlyn is his numo),
ho of tho Cairo 'Jtulletin,' has, tinco tho
tn? will never bo forgot.
I'wple." This ii
Precisely the ,a,0 1M 1 ' '
took in hi. speech-,; U H
TO THE DPXJBIDIO.
Anticipating i decline In prices of
nt all kind- and deMrotls that our cti
toniers sliould know we are determine
to earn- out our proml-c" of cheap println,
we feci it our duty to make a
1JEDUCTION IX FOHMKIl 1'RICP:
believing that a steady Increase of busliic
will bo an euulvalcnt.
With our long experience In business nnd
together with our advantages in tho'
purchase, and selection of stock, out
customers may rest asurcd wo will try
to merit u continuance of their verv liberal
patronage. We invite your attention to thu
following revised list of
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on gooil 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to size perM 4 WJtod ). Forother
qualitie" add thu difference In the cot of the
on 14 Ih paper, Flat Cap or same qtlalitv ol
rouu run, per ji ei wiou uu; per one-Hall
M ii W to a W).
lull sheet, hair sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth sheet at from i2 00 to
i 00 per M.
lly a careful exauiinatiou ol the aboe list
our patrons will tlnd that our
LETT K It HEADS
per M i: OOtoT 00, according to size and
quality ol paper; perone-halrM 3 uotot 00.
mi ordinary size per M $4 OOto.'i W), accord
lug to stj le and quality. Commercial per M
4 60to& W. 1
ner M. according to size anil weight, OOlo
' "; I'ur one-half M, according to sizy and
weight, i'.l (Xlto4 00.
UK AY TICKETS
per M a OOtol 00, according to order.
EN V ELOPES
lirnlshed retail at wholesale prices. Chaige
or priming, 1 OOto'J M peril.
S II I P P I x a TAOS
PRICES I2,3i3 LOWER
than those ot unv establishment ol the kind
Inst, l.ouis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
A. 3D -v E St, T I S 1 3ST O-
lluslness men will tlnd tho Hullktin the
best advertising medium in .Southern Illi
nois. OTTIR, WEEKLY
(sheet '10x 10, 8 columns) Is furnished to sub.
scribeM at the low rate of
ONE DOLL All l'KIi YEAH
and now has a larger subscription llt hi
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever beforu published in
Cairo, i-J new clubs are coming In every
W. P. IU1.UPAY. Pretl.lenti
HK.NHT I.. II At. I.I DAY, Vice-l'rrMdf Dl
1. B.MAKFollIl. Cnhler:
WALTICh 11VSI.OI'. AnLUnt CVbier.
Hrsin Tatloe, K.iiti H. Cissi"jHi.
(Ussi L. Halubat, W. P. Haiiiuat,
Geo. 1). Wiiuamms, fTtnus Hue
Kehasssi, Colss aad I' I led Htal
BoBd Monht Km't Nolil.
El'OSITM receie.l, ta! ceaersl tnklnt
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
C. HA NNY.
IIKOWN HH KKTINO.S,
S T It 1 PBS,
XBMTUCKY JBAHB, FXTfeA,
LAHUK STOCK OP OAlU-KTINO
Uii Kallre Nttek
VKKY LOW FIOUHKS.
COSNH bTU BT. AND COM MBHU1AL-AY.,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DtMF.l. HUItlt, "rwldsnt)
KOHKKT. mi. .t u.pr4ili3l
C. .N. IH iHlim, Cunitr.
COLLF.CTIONS PKOMITLY M.tDK.
EXCIIANfiK. coin, huik Dotes snJ UoiteC
Htate eecurllles bought nui aoM.
Intereal 4llnwel nss Tlm ISimmIIh.
NEW YORK STOHK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROtiT VAHIKTr STOCK IN TIIK CITY
OOODS SOLD VERY OLOSF..
I'oruer of Nlarteeath at rt ! Cam
C. O. PATIF.lt.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
lee HIIm tka naartMt HaaUi
TO ST. LOUIS
no cuANUfi or uAita
PHUM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS
OM CAIRO' TO
rlAlnfttl. i. llinAnolla. TollelO.
Lwiroil, t-lfTeianu, 17 rrnii
IluflAlo. ritloliutir, wwminnwin.
Ualtlmore, PhllKlelphU, w Tom.
notion ana an poian east.
Mllwaukle, JanenTille, M.lson.
LACrosse, Ht. Paul and all points north
1 his Is also the only direct route to
Deratur, BloomlnKton, HprinKld,
Peoria, Qulncr, Keokuk,
Hurlinninn, hock itunu, i.a ouie.
Memlota, IHion, Freefwrt,
Oslena, Dubuque, hloui olljr,
uniann anu an points norwiwati.
Elegant Drawing Room Sloeplng C"
un all Hlghl Trains.
Bi)ttK Checked 10 all Important points.
Pnr tlckctt nil IbfotmslloD. annlr to 1. C. K.K
depot st alro; on board tne transit steatnar lie
Iweeu Coltimhut and Cairo, and at tne princlpt
rauroa i iicaei omcea inroiignoui ine nouui.
W. I'. JUlirisun, oen'l rase, ar i, .ihco
A. MltCMUl, Oen'l. Hup't. ChlctKO.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't. Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLlNOlli
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April 24th, m
trains will run at lollowt:
taitst UillSI) SOVtHEAtl.
l.eate Virslnla C.40 a. m liUp.tn.
prlniineiii. mo j:w
Tsylortllle 10 6 " &. 6
Arriteat Pana. . " B.u "
I.ear Pana 4,( a. m J a. n
Tailortille 4.40 " 4e
Atrleatfpri"i(leld...6.I " . ...eoo
Arriteat ViiKinia (.5 " Ml
Our Homo Advertisers.
P. G. Schuh.
taAlsa uuisa mtTUiisT,
Iaf e Rlirwood -.J" a. m. - ..I0.10 p. is
Klor .i '
Arrlte at Hhawneefii .Si "
FOK SALE, ) f FOK SALh
I Per Hale 1
VOR SALE. J KolSllel FOR HALE
o a a l a a ik
Oma Lkvsx Caibo, Ilu
WIN KM AND MilOUItH.
aOLlS!LE ANU UETAlL UlUill 1.1
1 WINKS AND LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of ne' and spendld
NO. 7f) OHIO I.KVKK,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
Wines und Liquors, which he will sell ut the
very lowest figures. Cull und examine.
election, renounced Democracy nnd enmo
nil, Tn. I f.s. ,. . .
........ uiuiii. i in tireeiey i jiomadoH
speech to tho tnnners in Cairo tho other
night, In which he made a clean breast of
it-acknowledged tho death of tho Detnoc
racy, find the eminently Uvo and kicking
nlmoit . uU..u. vn, vigorous, young Kopuh-
languago ho used. .,., , "y"V i woenyn npvor whs i)i
hlch iuii..,i crat. hut timnlv iiiadn liti. ...in. .1 "
-t ... .., , --...1:14 uu; 1 ,7- " I . .. . IIIU1I1
Jr. Webb condemnation Mr (lv I for policy' take I It tho Domocracy hud
went farther though, and sMi.. y I ft?" co..lulp ho would Imvo stuck to
r. Grant, having boon ductal bvh0 Urn out hWds thorn adioul If ho proposes
majority, would do right, ,,'nd ,, 1 c0CvLn iM?, "T"!! JL'?P..M ...
Grant hat, luttifylni: Mr. ...... pordlaHy c asn .in, ,im n..o.'.i,.
- " '""j oe ei. iiinn.i.. "o
s ..n't.. mi but,r io think to como
OMnJd tn '2, dTM,r 0l,r '''urch'holng
Xh TrumhuTr p?1180 fining
h i " 1 Bl'r and company until
Low f mC,0'" l0"'wl"t tricky Any
how, he'll bear Matching t ' y
B-KUOJ.i,ri u, ttm riylll (llf0CloI
" lM B,I"MI J'l determlna
Hon to abide by tll0 ruJ
ftfuUtlnBthocIvi.g(.rvI,()cf U(u .
n. T. GEROULDj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(iht Fitter's and I'lumber'a material, Wood
pumi , RloU and anile ralret, atop
cocks, check tIes,to.
auo Aotai roa
TsilU Urothara Patoat liry n Motf r
4TndVcatS'r'and,fi.rl.1."vl,Co'? un'natlo Watet
indicator and Hayvj Vl?t for steam boilert.
wintkb'b hlook. commkhiiiaiavknii
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Alio, keep constantly u tiaiid a moat Com
plate stock ot
MOOTCn ANU IUIH1I WIIIHKIKB
O I N H,-
V ort, Madoria, Sborry and Catawba W inc
l JHVTII A CO. sell etcluslTelj for cash, to
IV. which iwi iner mine tne especial uen
turn ef vlo.e liHrirain liujrers.
F. M. ST 00 KF LET II,
tcccMioa rouLi a nocirntu
Kectlfrr nmt WholrHalu llraleir In
rorctapa aao uoraraiic
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ohio Lkv,
I IK keens on hand couatantlr a full nlockc
l'J.01.1 Kentiickr Ilourbon. Hye and Munoula
lela Wlilskles, French Ilrandles, Hot laud (k
Kiin.nii I'nnrirnis mew mnn
$5 JO $20 WMiTZv!i;X
p.e, eithe r sea, ynuoK or old, make. irii.. iii.
Ht work f ir u in their a pare moment nr nil H,i
tune, than at anytlunk elsr, I'.itleuUr. ireJ.
AilJrasaO. UllusonA Co., I'uitland, Mm,
CAIRO CITY COAL
a prepared to sileidv customer with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDKItS ten ut lliilllduv Jlrot. otllce. 7
01110 i.kvkk, or ut tho Coal Yurd below tho
ht. Cliurles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tlon. The Tuo "Montauk" will bring coa
nlnnt'slde fo utenmers 11 1 anv hour.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DKPCT
131 TKMTB BTRI1T,
Hoars, Naals. Hllada, Maaldlatra.
KaveUBlten,(waol) Wlatatowaad I Soar
rraaaca, Mooiiaar, Lasts,
NBlaslM, (llaaed Haatt, Olaaa Hid
LlckU, (llased Traausaau,
Mauls Wattjlsti, Haao Falllra aad Cerda
BUad raaaoalasaea, Koaaaai
Fait, Kooaac Osnaal, Plaatorlas
empr, Carpel Veil, White
Lead, Llaaed OU, Anaerleaa Wladea
Ulaaa, Kacllak aadrreacts
Plate Ulaaa, Fatly. Ufaaler'a PoiaU
Newer Pipes Patent C'blsuaejrs,
Faro from I.iVKKroot.,
Pare from Ikjndcnucbht
Pare from Glasgow,
Fare from Uukinbtown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48 2(-
,4ftnrd. Mnrn. A IV . nl
LlTerpool e.Toik ahd PliUalslplila
out a coaraAcr ira isitsd statu e aairi.e
For Carry idk the Malta
FOR PASSAGE TIUKETS
oa f carina laroaasTioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
IS Broadway, New-York, arte
ttaablmton A.enue. Cairn. aoia. ji
GENTS lor Rock Kitei Paper Company'
neawiinir eeuann uarn ouient
v jonn a improved iinunnn aiway or.
Cairo Box and Baskkt Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Haviiitr the cole rk'ht in this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we arc estie.
dully prepared to furnish ut ull times, on
me enoneni notice,
THOROUGHLY SKASO.NKM I.UMHKR.
Attention is called to our block of
l.umher delivered to anv part ot the city
Order received at the office ot
SAFFORU, MORRIS CANDKK,
ut Unit or the company, corner of Itttb
street unil Ohio levee ailiirid.'ltn.
" 3 -
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o arery detcrlpllan,
LATH, 8UINOLF-S, CEDAR POSTb
DOORS, 8A8I1, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice,'.
Couiiaercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-eta.,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
', Hi KEXI'UIIII, .... Proprleicr
(Jo u. Ouio I.kvkk & Bkcond St.
63"Ht(gae conveyed to and from
Vol Ins. Uec-tf
KKAl. EMTATK AUKNV1.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (BKCOND FLOOH) OUIO LKVKI,
Ruy anu Sxll Real Ebtatk,
FURNISH AHSTltAOTS OP TITLK
And peapar Vonseyaaoee of Kindt.'
(Open Day und M'lit.)
J. E. I'AKKS, 1'roj.rietor,
Ohio l.evce, bet, -Ills and litli Ml'ccts,
MKALS AT ALL HOt.'IW.
A line new DIiiIiil' Hull wltli'everv con-
venleuce Iihh heen added to thin popular
iicMiiiiriiiu, .'inn I lie KilestK will ilia l ecry
reiiniie lor incir accomodation.
TIIK HILL OF PARK
(on-li.t( of eery etihstantliil mid ilcllcacy of
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOItSiWINES & CIGARS
KiTMIxcil drinU prepared with cure.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Car. WaahlBKtoa At. and Elukta n
JPTTIili Y OPB1TBD.
Where we will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
FANCY AND TOILKT ARTlC'l.KS,
UIOK-KOOM ANU NUHSKKT APPLI NCBi), I
Our Pure UPARKLING SODA WATER
GENUINE FJtUIT SYRUPS
SAI.nilN ANII UKAIHNn HfinMii UannotbeexceUed. AVo also draw the
Corner 7th Htree-. and GENUINE SARATOGA
Commercial Av. "
PARKER & MONTAGUE
tSTThe best brands of Clears, cliolc
SVTiieH, Lhiuora.ctc, alwaya on hand tt
RTLLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JUIlIf UATKN, Froarlalar.
lot Cnmmrrcial ATtnuit, CAIRO, ILLIM'l'
lUat brand of Oallfo Otaaru ratals VJ,
MILLIARD saloon furnished with the beat
of tabled : and bar supplied with wluat, liquors
nud clgaraof thrunat bran I.
BLUE LICK WATEIIS
Alto, choice lot of CiBara, of extra qua
ty , told at reasonable prlcet. Our
Will receive especial attention and caio
beinir at all hour in charco of cotnpotei.l
aud careful narticH. Preacnptlona carelully
compounded at all houra day or night.
NONB UUT TJIU PUREST AND liE'.'l'
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