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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 31, 1873.
CAIEO BULLETIN JOB H. ORKRLY; Editor nd Publisher TMUIS Or THE DAILY UULLKTIN : OMWtek.br wrier. ....... 85 Omeyearbv carrier, In advance ..... 10 00 Om year fiy carrier if not pild In atfvaaee....... MOO ta oU,br aull 100 Knimodk 3 00 Mxaaoata. 6 as Om rear. 10 00 THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN Jeba aLOberty has reduced the subscrlp mew pnea or us niHLY uaiko ijullktih te Cm Dollar per annum, making It tbe aneaBai paper punusnea in noumcrn Illinois, Wl have rtcolred tbe flrit number of "The Waterloo Timea," a weekly pa per published at Waterloo, Moo roe county. It it typographically a fine look log sheet, and the editorial matter is able and racy. It ha "leu politic" than The Bulletin. Tm earnings of the St. Louli and Iron Mountain railroad for the second week in October were : 117! 152,882 OG IBIl 40,404 54 Increase Jan. 1 to October IS: 1872 1171 .$603,956 86 ....$1,737,293 60 ... 1,230,337 69 Increase $ 13,072 68 Thi 'State Register' is in faror of Hon. Shelby M. Cullom, Radical, for speaker of the house of representatives of the general assembly of this state. This fact is being commented on to prove that tbe 'Register' has "gone back" on the Democratic party, but the charge is not true. The 'Register' Is for Cullom because Cullom is a Radical whokn ows something about tbe duties of a presiding officer. The 'Register' has not gone back on the Democratic party. Tbe 'Register' would scorn to do so. The 'Reg ister' will stick totbe last plank of the grand old Democratic party, and sink, if sink it must, with that plank, shouting the battle cry of freedom. J Dixit William H. Green, of this city, ha written a Utter addressed to the ed itor of the Metropolis Times.' The pur pose of the communication was to annihil ate a man by the name of J. C. Willis, who is collector of United States revenuo in this vicinity. The Judge is a better law yer than writer, but he believes he is a better writer than lawyer, and he knows he is a good lawyer. In the communica tion referred to, tbe Judge has combined his lawyerly abilities with hie writing talent, and has produced what he intended to a Willis annlhilator. Ho has left nolhlCff of J. n nrtf wnn .1 r. " u"ifju men Uoned grease .pot. And tj controversy was all about tobacco.. u an ,btrufe subject, whjjfc havo j got ln& our mouth, but never could get through our head. W are not alone in our glory. Other Democratic papers, seeing the handwrit ing on the wall, bare had the courage to translate the word to the Democratic leaders, and bare, as a consequence, been fearfully abused. Tho Cincinnati 'Knqui- rer had the wisdom roquisite to an as umption of The Rullxtin's present sagacious position In reference to tho po litical situation. Wo were not therefore urprUed to And the following paragraph in a late Issue of that journal : There 1 some anxiety manifesting itself r r T'""ul nou weii-mcauinir peo ple to know whether this Is a Democratic paper. So far as we know, it is. We stand upon the platiorm adopted by the party in national convention In Baltimore As for the future, we propose to advocate such metlioda and measures as will tend to make those principles effective and permanent. The 'Enquirer' may be comforted. Til Bulletin approves it course, and will stand by It through thick and thin, if it don't go back to tbe old fleshpoUJ of the putrid Bourbonisra of the Democratic party.' This we are suro is an assurance which should nerve our cotemporary to go on with iU fight in favor of the emancipa tion of tbe Democratic rank and file from the domination of the mistake-making leaders. If, howevor, it is not, we should like to know what would nervo tho En quirer.' THE SAME SUDJECT. The Bloomington ' Liberal,' in an arti cle on Future Partif ," wisely condemns those Democratic politicians who "are 'anxious about the course tho administra tion Intends to pursue, and are even an ticipating Its policy in order to have something to combat." The 'Liberal then adds: a TJ''fi' e,ectln 'ems to have fully en dorsed he prehent admlnltratIon,ami noth lng would seem more like foolishness than to continue a controversy about whVr ii. lonner policy was rlKht Jr wroig. Uer The bare supposition tbatthtrc will be tt continuance of the wait on the uart f ' ,t,i administration, an a dl.poTlUo'n Vf,! ' nndlne will not make matters any better and Wiiu more likely to make them w rte' hypothesis that human nature ?! wait and v,Lttfl,?ffr" condemn: and It" UmVetouH to.?i5 a course lor the oppoMtlori or .m rk out about what name itUall adopt m fJZl Tb. Liberal" Ipwkl with Col'ce r The Bulletin; on this .bjwl We SJianot UN what President Grant win do la bU second administration, and thsre "torawa cannot agree with those enthuti". Mile but shortsighted DemocraU who de clare, with the gesture of the aielo-dra saatie actor, that they will never I never MTK I andorse Gen. Grant I We regard Msa DemocraU aa politically Insane Tm sight as wall talk to a post, or George Francis Train, as attempt to reason with them. We may be mistaken, but we are of the opinion an opinion held fast, as one of our Bourbon friends suggested yesterday, by a large anchor of hope that President Grant will, in bis tecond term, be much less than a Radical, if not altogether a " Democrat." If ho should be, mark how loudly wo shall applaud bimt If he should not be, mark how promptly we shall condemn him I This, in brief, Is the sum and substanco of our political plat form. Tbif, our good friends hereabout declare, is treason to '.the Democracy. Consequently, with many regrets and a number of tears, wo are compelled to say, we don't care; we ato there, treason or no treason. If wa could all be calm, wo might possibly see this thing in tho same light ; but we can't be calm. That's tbe trouble. The great men who lead the Democratic partyLord bless us, but that was a tough old party 1 tho leadors won't be calm. They try to, but how can they I But If we comW all be calm, Tbe Bulletin thinks we would all seo that now is tbe time for the opposition to stand still, ready to take advantage at the flood of the tide in future public affairs which will lead on to fortune. To do this it may be necessary to uphold Grant's arms. We believe it will be. There was a time when, if we had said Democrats would be in duty bound to stand by President Johnson, we would have been, as now, read out of the Democratic party, "bag and baggage." But the time came, and then to not proclaim Mr. Johnson the very quintessence of patriotism became an omission of duty treasonable to Dem ocratic principles. Now, if Grant should do right, why shouldn't the men who have been fighting in the Democratic party for the right, applaud him? There is no reason. Duty would require them to do so. If he don't, on with tne nail oi oppo sition, and no rest till morn no rest until the wicked enemies of correct principles cease from troubling and the weary wagers of the battle of the spoils are at rest t Our Home Adrerttarf. AHKa. ENTERPRISE SAVINGS Charter March It, IMS. omcE or CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO ofmcrrs : A. B. 8 AFFORD, President; u o rrtvtnD ri- 1..l.1.n D. 7. AAAA.VA. TlWilCMUCU.) H. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer. P. M. BiactAT, F. II. Brocirirra. B. B. Cmtnius, Can. Qiuaasa, Pacl Q. Beam , II. r, HAU.1DAT, J. M. Paiu.tr. Daaaalta at mmr Aaaoaat Ivedtr Tea Ccala Lawaraa. TNTKKE8T paid on dsoostt at the rat ol six X pereent. per annum, March Island Septem ber lit. Interest not withdrawn Is iddad imme diately so ir.e principal or ine deposits, intrtoy giving mem compound iiHmi. WARRIRD WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT DBrOflIT MONET AO THAT HO Oil MJ1 CAW BAAW IT. Open orerr basinets day from (Lin. to 3 p-ro., and Batardar ersninr lor HA VINO DEPOSITS only, from a so a o ciock. eaotl W. HTSLOP. Treasurer. THE CITY NATIONAL BA.N1C. OHIO, CAPITAL, ILLIROII 1100,000 W. P. HALL1DAT, President; HKNBT L. HALLIDAY, Vioe-Pmldsnt A. B. HAPFORD, Caihler; WALTER HTSLOP, Assistant Casbisr, laac roast Staati Tatmb, Roiiit H. CcwiiaaBAw, ilUTIT L. BAtXIDAT, W. e. UALLIDAT, Oao. U. Wiluauok, Biiraia Btaa A. B. SArroao, BxekJAssse, Colai swd Osslted RtatM Boada BeHgkt suael Held. EPOBITB recti red, aad a general banking WHOLHALI CHOCKSM. U. M. HULKC4, GROCER and CONFECTION And Dealer in Foreign Fruits & Nuts, No. 134 Ctommercial-avo Cairo, III;. Our Home Advertisers. HiLtMNiatr. MBS. McGEK, On Eighth Htreat, between Commercial and Wash ngion ATeouei. oaiit rectiTinf NEW MILLINERY or raa GOODS LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYLES Betmts a lull line of BOirXTBTB &c HATS ITrimmed and untrtmmed, FRENCH FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS of all klndf, Ltcfi, etc., Us. Mr. McOea has alto a Urge aMortment o Finer Articles, uch aa .VEOK TI.S. C0LLAE8, UNDEK8LKKVE8, RUFFS, BASHES, FANS, And all other articles uiuallr lound in a FIRST-CLASS MILLINBRY STORE Mm. MrOcr. in addition to her Htock of Fancy and Millinery Uood. nas a nnaone anu complete a..orlment of Cincinnati Custom Made Ladles' and MImcs' Shoes and Chll drens' Boots, Black and in Color. These are arlcnnwlpiltreil to be the finest and best Shoes in the market, and this Is the only puce in tbe city mat maices mem a specialty MRS. M. SWANDER, IN THE ATHENEUM BUILDING has opened out an attentive slock of MILLINERY GOODS All ot which are tntlrtlr nw and of the vsrr LATEST SPRING GOODS. THE STOCK COMPRISES HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS, PLOWBBS, And an elegant assortment ui LACES, EBINOES, KID OLOVES, HOSIERY and all articles usuillj kept In a flnt-clus mil llnerjr store. Mr. Bwander Intites the public tocalland !i ptcther stock, which she will take pleasure lo. hnwlng to old aa well as new cuttorr ars. FIRST NATIONAL BANK or CAIRO. DANIEIj UURD, President I ROBERT. MIL...1; I, i-e.Prenideat O. N. HUGHES, Cataler. COLLECTION 8 PROMPTLY MkUE. TjlXCIIANOE, coin, bank notes aadLL'a j ciaim curuiei Dougniiua boj, tsstwt Allowe! Sm Timm lXwoalta. Our Home Advertisers. Railroad Advertisements. 72. FALL AND WINTER 73. C. H AN NY. LARGE STOCK, BROWN SUKETINOB, PRINTS, TIOKI3STO-a. CHECKS, Al STRIPES, XBNTCCKT JEANS, FXTBA, CASSIMXRS, BLACK ALPACAS AD LUSTERS, GR0S9RAIN SILKS, popum. LARUE STOCK OF OARPSTINQ OIL CLOTHS, MATTTNO, Wlatfew Mkuselei, OILT BANDS, NOTTINGHAM LACE DAMASKS. Him Eatlre auek AT VERY LOW FIGURES OOBXBE 8TH ST. AND COMMBKCIAL-AT., septltl ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R lt Miiaa lkt Hirtsit Itosstei TO OHIOAQ-O KtcktjtMIlM the Ek.rteat Msst TO ST-LOUIS NO CUANOE OF OARS FROM OA 1 110 TO ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO. ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OARS OM CAIRO TO Cincinnati, iblisnapolla, Toledo, Ltsiroii, Miwnoa, niAgara rani Buflalo, Pittsttuig, Watbington. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Tork, Boston and all points eat. Milwankle, Janeasllle, Madison, LaOrosse, Bt. Paul and all points north. This Is also the onlr direct route to Decatur, Bloomington, Hpftngeld, Porla, Qulncjr, Keokuk, Dgxoo, hock uitnd, La Halle, ota. Dlaon. FreaDort. Qalena, Dubuque, Hloui t'ltr, Omaha and all points northwatl. Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping CV on all Might Trains. Baggage Checked to all Important points. For tickati uid iDformAtinn. innlt tn f. fl. n U depet at alroi on board the trtnut atmer I ItMK Columbus and Cairo. And At tna nrlnnlm rallroa.1 ticket offlcci throughout the touth. w. r. J u tin sow, oen'l Pati. Ag't, Chicago. A. MtTcnsLL, Gn'l. Bup't. Chicago. J. JUUNSON, Ag't, Cairo. Ci. lUlsiQla. BOAT MTAHER. --JOHN SHEEHAN, RETAIL GROCER And Dealer in VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EGGS, LARD FRESH BUTTER, ETC. I3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold at the lowest prices. Corner 9th St, andUommerclalAve. 7-23 tf. CHEAP GROCERIES THB 3ST3a"W SYSTEM GROCERIES RETAILED AT WBOLE8ALE PRICES FOR CASH. AT H. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE WASBINOTON AVENUE. BETWEEN TENTH AND ELEVENTH STREETS. Mlbs. dkt Cuba Sugar for - - 91 ti ii ii t . . . CJ lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. 4 " Prime Rio Coffee for 8 Choice " " 8 " Old Government Java - Teas and other staple and fancy Groce ries equally aa cneap. Goods new and full welgbt given. Call and try. $5 0 1 00 1 00 1 0C 1 oc 1 oc BUTCH EH. HYLAND & SAUER, BUTCHEBS AND DEALERS IN CHOICE FRESH MEATS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Comer 10th street and Commercial avcuua next uoor 10 me liyiand saloon. 11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS. JAKE WALTER, BUTOHBR ARB DtALIB IK FRESH MEAT, Kiamn Street, Between Washinotor and Commercial Avenues, AdJolsUagT KltteMboBM susd Hasmy'e. Keep the best or Beef, Pork, Mutton Veal. Lamb. Sansace. etc.. nd Ar nrnrH in mrw eltisens In the most aoceptable manner. JAMES KYNABTON, ROTCUER AND DEALER IN ALL KlNDB OI Fresu Meats. Corner Ninetentu and Poplar Stb., CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Wurs and slaughters onlr the best cattlo hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to till anj demand for fresh meats from one pound to ten thousand pounds. VITTEJM. H. T. UEROULD; STEAM AND GAS FITTER sain la ASJ WIXTV " nmt aa."sp,,: wood auo Aoaar ton I?.?? r""'" -' r7 UM Meter uW WINTER'. BLOCE. OOmm.ECUL-aYBn'o SAM WILSON, D 1 ALB a IK PRIMTINO TO TUB PUBEIO Anticipating a decline in prices of PRINTER'S STOCK ol all kinds and desirous that our cus tomers should know we arc determined to carry. out our promises of cheap printing we feel It our duty to make a REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES believing that a steady Increase of business win do an equivalent. with our long experience In business and INCREASED FACILITIES together with our advantages in the purchase and selection of stock, out customers mav rest assured we will try to merit a continuance oi their very liberal NEW YORK STORE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. LARGEST TARIETT STOCK IN TBE CITT GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE. Corner f Xlaetoealli atrMt aad Cam BBereiaj Aveaue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS. CO. PATTER. SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS SOUTHEASTERN R. R. On and after Monday, April 24tb, 1872 trains win run as lonows: NORTHERN DIVISION. TaAits soma sovthsast. Mall. EiDiess i.ATa virgin!.. o:tu . m i:p.m ' 8prlngflld. :0 :oo " ,' TlorTllle ...... 10 4 i. S Arrire at Pana... II.lt S.1T 11 TSAIKI OOUQ H0STBW1AT. Express. Mail Leave PAna ... 4.00 a. m J.M a. m Tarlorrllle S.SO " 4.6 Arrive at Bpnngfled..S.lf " ....... ,.oo LeATe Bprmflld.....e.& " ....S.lo Arrive at Virginia s.S .....J. 16 SOUTHERN DIVISION, rum ooiaa tacTMSAtT, Leare Edgwood -.AM a. in. ......10.10 p, a FlerA.m s,& .11.40 " Arrira al Hhawot'a .Si 11 6 It IRfSflUaAHr TIUKBTM Our Homo Advertisers. BHCUg. P. G. Schuh. L.UMBEB. OROCEBIES. PROVISIONS ETC. So. 110 Ohj Levee Cairo, III. tlLLID WINES AMD EJltUUHB. WHOLESALE AND BETAlL DEADSB IN I WINES AND LIQUORS- i i And proprietor of ne- and spendld No.75 omo Levee, CAIRO, . - ILLINOIS, Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of w ines anu liquors, wnicn ne wiu seu at, tne very lowest Uxures. Call and examine. 7dly R. SMYTH & CO., eeeeaeveeeaeeeaeeaeaaeaAeie(aaaeeaae I WHOLESALE GROCERS, OHIO LEVEE CAIRO. ILLIlieif, Also, keep conntantljr on hand a most com Plata stock of lilCTTOIiS. SCOTCH AND IEIBH WHISKIES GIN B. Port, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba Wines RUMTTH 00. aril exclusively for canh.to , which fact tber invite the especial Atten tion af oloia bargain buyers. V . M. STOUKFLlSTil, scccaiaoa o roau a siocirLira BcUrer aad Wiioleaale Dealer fa rorelg-a aad DeSBMlle i WINES AND LIQUORS No. 62 Ohio Livm, CAIRO, ILLINOIS kison hand conitantlr a full Atooka .Old Kentucky bourbon, lire and Mononla wniaiiee, rrencn urandlas, Uol land Ok WSn Hoi Rhlnvand n(lfnmt Winn LAWYEBE. GREEN & GILBERT, ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW, William IT. Ureen, ") William B Ollbari, V CAIRO, ILLINOIS. Miles F. Gilbert, J aaVSpacia. attention glran to Admiralty and taamboat btulnass. OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVER CITT NATIONAL BANK. FRED ROSE No. 104 Commercial Ayenue, Both French and Bcoth rAA.lm.ra. .11 colors, Beavers and bread-cloth constantly on band, and all goods warrnnted. DYEING In all Its branches also carried on atronaeo. We invite your attention to tbe following revised list of PRICES FOR JOB WORK. BILL HEADS on uood H lb naner. neatlv executed ac cording to size peril 4 60to0 00. Forotber qualities auu tue uinerencein uie cost oi tne paper, STATEMENTS on H lb paper, Flat Cap or same quality Folio Post, per M ft ootoO 00 : per one-b M 92 60 to 3 00. IF O S T ZETIR, S iuii siicct. nairsiieet, quarter sheet, eighth sheet and sixteenth heet at from 3 00 to 20 00 per M. liy a careful examination ol the above list our patrons win nnu that our LETTER HEADS per M ti 00to7 00, according to size and quality of paper; per one-half M S3 OOtos 00, NOTE HEADS on ordinary size per 31 4 OOtoS 60, accord ing to style and quality. Commercial per M a ww j w. BILLS LADING per 11, according to slze'and weight, $6 OOto 7 00: per one-half Jl, according to size and welgbt, 3 00to4 00. DRAY TICKETS per M 3 OOtot 00, according to order. ENVELOPES umished retail at wholesale prices. Chaige or printing, i wion ou per i. SHIPPING TAOS PBICES .laE LOWER than those ot any establishment ol tbe kind In St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago. -A. T) "V IE T I S 1 C3- lluslness men will find tbe IIulletin the best advertising medium in Southern Illi nois. OUR " W iiJEKZLlT (sheet 20x10. 8 columns) Is furnished to sub scribers at the low rate of ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR and now has a larcer subscription list in Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky than any racer ever before published In Cairo, arl new clubs are coming In every day. IMMIGRANT TICKETS FOR SALE, 1 fr gale , y0R 8ALK, IFcrHale I COR SALE. J FoJrWeAFOR SALE Fare from Liverfool, Fare from Londcnderht Faro from Olasoow, Fare from Qceenbtown TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $46 20 rjAllord. Moms A Ca OO TO W. W. THORNTON'S, BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT 18i tenth street, EOR Basrs, Haada. Bllaaa, MassMlsaaa, Kava Batters, (waael) Wlsselawaascl Dear Fraaaea, riaarlac, Laaa, Hklaclea, Olaaed aaaa, laa SUaa Ucata, elaaaat Traaaaasus, Haass Welcata, Raak PaUlea aad Carda BUaa FaaSealaca, Boasumaj Fall, Etooatagr Oaaesst, Plaatarlsag Fa aver, Carpet rait. Wait lalt Ussaael Oil. Aaaarleaa Wladow tilaaa, Kacllak assdrrassest Plata Ulaaa, Patty, ataaier'a Poiata Hewer PI pea, Pa teat Ctalaaaeyai INMAN LINE Ltvarpool Naw.Totk ahd Philadelphia Steamship Company, vaean oovraAcr witi carrtn avAtas aib bbitiab eoTsaaeTS For Carrying tne Malta FOR PASSAGE TICKETS on rcaraaa inroaaAiioa APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot. IS Broadway, Naw.fork, ar to II. Haapl, Waahington Anoe. Cairo, noia. s BOOKN. 6 K.U., KUs., Kic. 40RNTH lor Hock River Paper Company' Sheathing Fait and Quarta Cement . W John'a Improvad Roofing always on o Cairo Box and Basket Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers In HH POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS OAK AND WALNUT LUMBER Having the sole right In this city to use tbe FULTON DRY KILN, m u Cl o to o o o H a o o sn ti w O H H CO 33 K W O M H H CO PS W o H s M a a. o M o o K M r. a B a H a r. a A 02 5 6 MALOOXH. COAL. CAIRO CITY COAL a prepared to aupplj cuitomer with tb quality of PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS OO-AXj. ORDERS left at Hallldav Bros, office, 7 ouio levee, or at the Coal Yard below tbe St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten tion. Tbe Tuo "Montace" will bring coal alongside in steamera at any hour. ST. CHARLES HOTEL. r. Di BBXrOBO, .... Prastrletnr Cor. Ohio Levee & Second St. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. the best I'atent Kiln extant, we are eine- daily prepared to furnish at all times, on iuc luuncn notice, THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER. Attention is called to our stock ol W-XjIsTUT, ash AND CYPRESS FLOORI NO Lumber delivered to any part ol the city Orders received at the office of S AFFORD, MORRIS A CAN!) EE, at that of the company, corner of 34th . tree t and Ohio levee aug2fid3m. 8. WALTERS, BSALIB l HARD and SOFT LUMBER o every description, lath, shingles, cedar posts doors, sa8i1, blinds orders solicited. Steamboat Lumber, Furnished on shortest notice. Commeroial-av, bet 10th and llth-gbj., CAIBO ILLINOIS. Mt HKAE. EHTATS AOBMC1. 0. WINSTON & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS aa AUCTIONEERS, 74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LETEE, CAIRO, ILLS,, Bur and Sill Rial Estate, PAY TAXES, FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Aad ptepere Oeaveyaaeee of Klads! I LITTLE KENTUCKIAN J- S A LO ON AND (Open Day and Night.) J. E. PARKS, Proprietor, Oblo Levee, bet, 4th and Cth streets, CAIRO, ILLS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. A line new DIdIiil' Hall wlth'everv coir venlenco has been added to this popular uesiaurani, anu tne guests win nnu every requisite lor ineiraccomouation. THE BILL OF FARE consists of every substantial and delicacy of uic season. THE ZB-A.IR is supplied with the CHOICEST LIQU0RS.W1NES & CIGARS CVMIxed drinks prepared with care. 11-10 tl. OLD DELMONICO SALOON AND READING ROOMS 0,?."f.eieAtnd WINTER'S BLOCK. PARKER & MONTAGUE Proprietors, ISTThe best brands or Clrars. choice Wines, Liquors, etc., always onband tl EL DORADO RTLLIABD SALOON AND BAR BOOM. JOH9 SATES, Praarletar. IU Oomsaareial Avenae, CAIRO, ILLINOIS Beet brand of Callfea SaOlgarsIa reeeUvJ( BILLIARD saloon furnished with tbt 1(4 ofUbles : and bar supplied with wine, liqUW and cbjawof thenest brands. m CD W O 3' is M w to e ta n 03 o 1 I O n K K 3 O o c o 525 M 5 (D Q 0 0 o WD Qc V O " w cl H 03 w 7) a is K c K g H CD -a DHTUM. JDtuo- Store, barclay brothers, AaLASi la ISaaBBBaaKS lm. Our new RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION IDttUQ- STOBB. IN 3Bxrx)E3ia'a block- Cor. WashluEtoa a v. aad Elihtss alakBaaa Is now fttij TjST o :f :ei rcr :h :d . 'Where we will keep A COMPLETE STOCK MEDICINES, FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES, FINE PERFUMERY, BRUSHES, COMBS BiCK'ROOU AND NURSERT APPLIANCES, k ICH COLD: Our Pure SPARKLLNO SODA WATER AMD GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS Can not be excelled . We also draw the GENUINE SARATOGA and BLUE LICK WATERS Also, a choice lot of Cigars, of extra qua lty, sold at reasonable prices. Our PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT Will receive especial attention and cats being at all hours in charge of competed andcarsful parties. Prescriptions careluliy compounded at all hours day or night. NOME BUT TBE PUREST AMD IKS A1 UKDIOIMM DUPEinXD.