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THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1873.
CAIRO BULLETIN .mini i i 1 1 OBN H. ORKKLY, Editor and Publisher TMM3 OF THE DAILY BULLETIN: Om week, by carrier Oaeyearby carrier, In advance 10 00 Oat year by carrier If not pild In advance 12 00 Oae noDlfa, by mill 100 fbree months .' .100 Six Months li 25 Obi year 10 00 Our Homo Advertisers. Home Advertisements. omMiww Ann mwaiiiib, KlaCSLLAlfKODfl. HALLIDAT BROTHERS, wACki, manufactory? GENERAL AGENTS THE DOLLAR WEEKLY 1HIT.LKTLN Uoa price of the Wkikxy CAino BHlitin so uii uouar per annum, mating h ui eaeapest paper published in Southern Illinois Barton of the Carbondalo 'Now Era beautifully and pathetically says: "We '.bare always had a high rogard for friend 1 Oberly of tht Cairo Bblmctin. Ho pub- ' lUhei one of the beat aad sprightless papon 1 In the ttate. He teemi to bo equal to 'any emergency, but tho results of tb 'late election hare ha J a demoralizing ef- ' feet upon hit status, and we deeply y.n ' pathlze with him in bit mixed 'condition. But aftor due dellbera 'tlonhe'has concluded to take St Paul' 'advice, and bo all things to all politician '.and hat equalized hli time with them." But the politician! aro too bashful to court us any longer. Our former Demo cratic friendi, who called often to cnllgten our mind with tho bright light of their minds, hare abandoned ui most cruelly to Pope and .Linegar. Wo are almost lost, but it la our misfortune not our fault. Tbk rash Massao 'Journal' actually re marks that it is absoluteley ashamed that Cairo with so many great men to found its praise in the political world, should be poverty stricken in the way of a Republi can editor; that the 'Sun' is "a source of 'disgust to its own townsmen and the Ro- 'publican party of the district; that its 'circulation and influence is of no con se quence whatever; that its editor has ' more ears than brains." The 'Journal' is unjust. The 'Sun' is as sprightly as it can be it is as good a paper as its pat ronage will justify it in being, and cer tainly its Republicanism is sound. It takei down every party nostrum with a relish, and It sweara by the administration. What more could be expected of it t Must the Sun' and BuxrrriN be abused by their Republican cotomporaries ? We both do the beat we can, and if that ain't enough tell us, oh, Jones of the 'Journal,1 what ia I AID FORWARDING and COMMISSION For Sale at Wholesale or Retail. OOBNXR 32D.BTRKT AND OHIO LIYIa Cairo, Illinois. notlltl P. MASS mi.k MEHCIIANTH. DEALERS IN FLOUR ; And Ageotf ot BtO aiTIB ANX KANAWHA salt coMFasrirEie. LIMKt CEMENT! JAMES ROSS, BULta ! CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAOx Commeroial-av., Foot of Eleventh-it. Best quality of Lime and Cement al- wj uu nana, una lor saio ai me very lowest flguraa forcMh. 70 Ohio Levee, DANIEL LAMPERT, FASHIONABLE BARBER FOR LADIES, MEN aNI CHILDREN, EIGHTH ST., BT. COM. A WASH., CAIRO. ILLINOIS. If In. -1 - . 1 . 1 1 t . . . t jKtivmutu a new auu airnsn eiiao i.inment. nniv nn in h t m.i ...n i old customers and new, ladles, children s " w vor nim vmn tneir patronage. td au woric uone in tne Latest Style. FRED ROSE MERCHANT TAILOB C. CLOSE, Ho. 104 Commxrcial Atihux, GENERAL COMMISSION Lfc &&ttSU& MERCHANT "uu ",,u ;ooe. warranted. AND Ckmint, Plabtxb Pari, AJTD PLASTERER'S HAIR, Caibo. Ilmkoib. In all iu branches alao carried on IDLEWILB MILLS NO. 71 OHIO XJCVXK, CKDKB CITY NATION DA.1 rv( i I PAntaK Tnfiint baa i .... . . e A . For the n,,m f k.mi . ""ijona iireei ana uwo tT. r. TA.i r,n"".r? "r.." x.evee. - w( m. u ivu v ucar ra BYtlrf filnfTaxtnWa Im In. r tux 1 l vwssH,wif aaa aw ui uu usu roil lulu I freight' ,M11Uf,cturill prlcM addln'' SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN uairo, August 13, 1872. Alwaya m ha;nd. and at the lowest aarke ynio. ain a gooa arucie or J. M. PHILLIPS & CO., (BuctMton to E. B. Hendrlot A Co.) n "W TTl TJl TTl T" Forwarding and Commission rr chean. Leave order at balluat BROTHERS, or apply at the lulll. MERCHANTS, Our Home Advertisers. WHLMAItB H. ii. HULKW, Railroad Advertisements. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R 1M Milw Um Martoat Ruutc GROCER and CONFECTION ' T O OH IOAO-O MBBGHANT; And Dealer Id Foreign Fruita ANuts No. 134 Commercial-avo., Cairo, Ills. JOHN SHEEHAN, RETAIL GROCER And VthUr In VEOBTAm,ES. FIltllTS. EGOS, LAUD f iUUtU IIU ITHH, SiiUi All Goods warranted fresh, and aold at the lowest prices. Corner 0th St. andConuaerclalAve. 7-23 tf. CHEAP GROCERIES OROCXBIia BKTAILIO AT WBOLX8ALI raicKa von cash. AT H. O. TIIIKLEOKE'S STORE WAiniNOTOM AVINDK, IIITWXIK T1KTB AND BLXVEzfTH STAKCTS. 60 lbs. oar Cuba Sugar for - $5 0 i - - 1 oo 64 tt. A coffeo Suear. N. Y. Std. - 1 0C 4 Primn Rln ClnffAa fnr . . 1 or 8J Choice " ' - - 1 Ot a " uia Uuvernment Java - - 1 OC Teal and ntlinp AtartlA ttnet ftnnv Urnn. tie equally as cheap. Goods new and full weight given. Call and try. THE ELECTORAL VOTE OF THE LIBERALS. Thx votes of the presidential electors of the Southern States were nearly all cast on Wednesday last against President Grant, and in favor of Governor Hen dricks. Under the circumstances, tht wa a very ungracious act, and demonstrated clearly that the dominant aentUaent at the South is not prepared to practice the doc trine 'of forgivenesi, which it ao loudly preaches. The Southern people, who late ly were engaged (in a war, waged with the avowed object or destroying tho Union, have been claiming since they were de feated, that the Unionists of the. country should forget the past, and in forgiveness bury the rancor of thatdisastroui conflict. The DemoeraU and Liberals of the North, have advocated this doctrine, believing that it was wise statesmanship to let the dead past of the war of aecesslonTjury Us dead. AVben Mr. Greoley died, and the electors of certain Southern states were Mkod to forgot their hatred of Gen. Grant, and, aince thoy could not elect a man after their own heart, to make Grant the president of the whole people, they refused to consent, and by voting ia the manner they did, have said as plainly as an aot can speak : "We can ' not forgite j we have no amnesty for the 'party from the hands of which amnesty can come to us j wo take but do not gl vo ; 'we preach mercy, but II we were ' the victor we would bavo no mercy." If their act of voting for Gov. Hendricks eould be tortured into any thing but a surly blow at President Grant, a spiteful expression of the hatred in which tho DemoeraU of the South hold the people of the Worth, it might pass without com ment; but, In loosing tho opportunity to do a gracious act-to meet the president half-way in hit policy of conciliation and oblivion the representatives of the South ern people in the electoral college manl fested a spirit which is indicative of the intolerance with which they would rule if they could procure the success of a party in which their policy would dominate. NEWRxTsTO iTe; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. LAAOMT TAWKTT STOCK IN TUX CITY GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE. aUl AV$V,,, Coa CAIRO, ILLINOIS. O.Q.PATrEn, WOOD I WOOD 1 1 yvuudTT The nadeniaaeil will rarnlib HARD AND DRY WOOH Am CkvMfj, 11 mi OkeiH! bad any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order WHARP-BOAT PROPRIETORS. Liberal Adructmenli mad upon Consignment. Ar SIP?d. t?e,iTe' ,,or forward freights to all point ud bev and Mil on commission, W-Biuiaeit attended to promptly; WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO., FLOUR AID General Commission Merchants 183 OHIO LEVEE, MILLER k PARKER, GENERAL COMMISSION Axa FORWARDING MERCHANTS, DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN Oats, Hay, etc., AGENTS o FAIRBANKS SCALES Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. R. A. 'JUNNINGHAM, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT AMD DXALXR IN HAY, OATS, OOE3SJ AND MILL FEED. CAIRO, . . . ILLINOIS BILLIABDM. tSXWSyg!WSJSggijP t. D. MATHUSS.. t. O .UHL MATHUSS & UHL, AND OE9EBAX CommissionMerchan'j?s DEALEIW ,ti liOXTE,, &EAI1T: 1AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE .MOHIO I.BVKK. BTRATTON & BIRD, (BuccessofitoBtratloD, Hudson A Clark,) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 57 Ohio Levee. Cairo. Illinois. , - w -viui,o auiU slV sUOaf t0 Btwurt ud wtV cord Vii wsod M "aeju OKMNU HAUCY. us atfl-tr HERMAN LEVY7 COMMISSION MERCHANT AMD DEAXXR1K HIDES, PURS, WOOL and LEATHER HlKbenCasnrricepatuforaUklndaof No.930iuoLxv,OAtHo, illW0Ii. JstTnicholas j BILLLIARD HA.LL HARRY "WALKER & CO., Irn. This house Is newly fitted uj wlttj two excellent BILLIARD T: ABLE S And two. fine JENNY L'XND TABLES The Bii(on ia stocked .with the Beit Brands of WINES, xiquors; and CIGARS tare compounded la the most approved style 13" Come antf I see for yourself. JJ SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL LAN D HERRING. BEFBESB iMENT TABLES .vrM"J?re?d mluK and evening at 10 o'clocfc, at which all are Invited tSparticl pute free of tUar ge. OYSTJB RSI OYSTERS I At t.)inla.iti u.t . . i . V . eia"i icweu, men, ljrolled and huke J, raw and on the half-nhell " ' " " "' a vomui Mill uu merclal avenue. Oysters in every sty.e at ? ..h.!irs4?' 01 rn,ht- Harry Walkerpre Miles over the 1 oullnary department. As a Caterer fin lirm anml ..t 11 will m,Vt ft , r 5 ent, tuat taste' of the no? Wudlous" ' BOA T HTSBBM. 8AM WILSON, D it IB w BOAT 8TOEa8 1 QUO onus, PKOTII, IONS XTC. Ml . 119 0 Laraa Oaim, Ilu DRY UOOI1R. '72. FALL AND WINTER '73. C. HAN NY. iAROE STOCK. BROWN SHEETINGS, PRINTS, Ticuciztsro-a. CHECKS, STRIPES, KBXTTTOKT JKAKS, 7XTAA, 0ASSIMER3, BLACK ALPACAS Alt LUSTERS, GROS(JRAIN SILKS, mum. LARGE STOCK OP CARPETING eiL'.OLOTHS, MATTIXO, WlJtaUw Uusslea, OILT BAXDS, NOTTINGHAM LACE DAMASKS. Ulm KaUr itsek AT VERY LOW FIGURES.! OOWim 8TH ST. A WD COMUXACIALAV., Cmln, IlUaali. Mptttr AUKS. ENTERPRISE SAVINGS CkuurUrd HstreB 11, IMS). oivick or CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO omens: A. B. S AFFORD, President; 8. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President; H. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer DIBtCTOMI P. M. Baaouv, Oau. Oauaaaa, 1' ?:artBtH, Paw. Q. Boaua. B. H. CroitaeHAB, a. P. Bauidav, J. M. PaiixtM. DeixMlU af susy Aaout Reeelvael Inst Tmm SJessta Op wards. SSTKKK8T paid od depoiiu at the rata ol aix Mrocnt. per 'annum, Much lit aad StpUm- Ui, iDterMtnot withdrawn la tddedlmme- ateljr to tr.e prinolpl of the dapoiita, therabi giving tbam compound inurest. BAHHIKD WOMKK AVD OBILOBKX MAT DBrOSIT MOMBT aoTBATaooaiiUBOAaBBAWir. Open every bullous day ftom v e.m. to S p.m., and Saturday evening lor BAVINO DBPOSlTb wuij, iruin Hi Q CIOCK. uvu W. BTSLOP. Treaiorer. THE CITY NATIONAL CAIBO, ILLIHUIN CAPITAL, T . $100,000 orricasM W. P, HALLIDAT, President) 0ENRT L. HALLIDAT, Vice-Praildant A. B. HAFFORD, Oaihltr I WALTER HTSLOP, AiiUtant Oasbier. DiBKtsaai Htaats Tatlos, Rohbt B. OuainaeiAM, HlBBT h. BAUIDAV, W. P. BAUIDAV, Osa. I). WliUAtuoB, BrtriiB Bibb A. B. BArrOBD. Bxesuusce, CoIm sua Ualted State Boada Boaclit aad MM, EPOSITfl rectlved, and a general banking huilnesi none. KlshtytXIIlM the "horteat Rente TO ST.XjOTJIS NO CHANGE OF CARS FROM CAIRO TO ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO. ONLY ONE CHANGE OP CARS n9 nimn 'r.i Cincinnati, i-liinannllt, 7, .let,., oetroit, Cleveland, Mgr Kull. nuflile, Pittaliaig. WfhlBKton. Biltlmore, Philadelphia, New York. Doiton and all point e.t. Hllwiukie, JanrtTltle, M..on. iiurome, Bt. I'buI nnd all noim. nnrt). Ihu li ulio the onlv direct route tn Jjccitur, Hloomlngton, ajpnngold, Peoria, gulnej., , Keokuk, Burlington, Rock Itlind, Lit Balle, Galena, Dubuque, Muui Lllv. Omaha and all Dolnta northwent. Elegant Drawing Room Stooping Cii" un an nigni a rains. Bifgige Checked to all Important polnln. Vor llrkl. .nH U(n,.i,.. l. . t ni depot Biro; on bord trie Imnail itenmir be .. Yu'""i n i-iro, an ci i ine princi rallroa I ticket offices llirvughoul the eoulli. A. Mitcbill, Oen'l Nup't. Chicago. J. JOHNSON, AK't. Cairo. SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS SOUTHEASTERN R. R. On and aftor Monday. Anril 24th. 1H7' trains will run as follows: NORTH KRN DIVISION. TBAIIS OOIKO 0CIM1IT. Mall. Vrtirtit. Le Vlrtlnla e.40 a. m lsMp.in.' npringnem. v.u 3:W) " Tavlnrwlll Ill f. I K . .. Arnte at Pana... 11.40 " t.l: tatixf iximusoainur.i. Ernrpii. Mi; ! n - 4.ii . m .1 M h. m Arrive at Bpringfleld.e.n " ....(, ID ' Leave 8prmfleld. (1.6 " c In " Arrive at Virginia s.5 " .S BOCTBXKN 11 1 V I S I O N . TBAloe oomo tovtnii.i. Leave E.lgwood .6.30 a. iu. 10.10 n. in " Flora S.S ' Al.io ' Arrive it ahawneel't .3i " 6 is IlfHDBANCk. FIRE AND MARINE COXPAXIE4I. Aiteu. AsieU.. Asseti.. NIAOARA, V. T., - li.UMis Ottlf ANIA, N. T., HAJtOVXK, x. rn ...t,06S,TSt TS .....726 82 00 XXrUBLIC, N. T Asset ...... 71!,V2a CO Comprising the Underwriter' Agency. TOXXXXA, X. T Assets I7S i'A SI ALBAXT CITT, AueU ... t&3,l3 23 xiaxtixx'a fund, a. r., AlMU.. . 6T6.SO0 M XCTJRITT, X. T. UARINK, tssetl..... 1,4S2,S4 Btorei, Dwelllngr, Furniture, Bulls and Car goes, Insured at ratee ai favorable as isund, per- VWUI l.f Will W.HiM I reipectfully aek of the cltlsens ol Cairo, share o r their patronage. CH.nVOHKSJ. TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE aoi&T'jLJsr-z; OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ASSETSi SSOO.OOO. JOHN A. HUOK. - - - Prosidont, U. KNOBELSDORFF, Hecrotarr, OAS. Cbah. Rxm, Hxnrt Wxbkr, A. O. Kxsixo, A. Miscn, wIXAB. WXXTBX, CHAS. VxBOUA, Francis Lacknxb, Chas. Daxolino, C. HiascB, Wm. Rxinbarut, John Fkldkaup. The best organised and iecureat compinr in iue nonnweai. in onir company waicb guar anUea a caih surrendtr value. CARL L. THOMAS, Gin. Aq't, aftdlv rerSJalroaad vlelalty W. H. Mems, Kotary Public. M. H. Caadte Me. Pub. and II. H. Com FIRST NATIONAL BANK Or CAlBSt. DANIEL HURD, President i JRP,y,XiJty'uBB'.vl8,,'w O. N, HUQHB8, Cainler. OOLLEOTIONQ PROMPTLY MADE. EXOBAMQI, coin, bank aotei aad UalUi Watee seeurlUea boogki aaA aold, Latoreat AUewed mb FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK ACCIDENT, LIFE, JETNA, BARTFORD, AsseU ..i5,M,5W 7 NORTH AMERICA. PA Assets 12,783,000 00 BARTFORD, CONN,, Assets m. 2,M4,210 72 PBCSNIX, BARTFORD, Assets .,.. .fl,7SI,14S 6fl INTERNATIONAL, N. T At l,MJ,eS 17 PUTNAM, BARTFORD, Assets S7M.8S7 CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND, Assets 515,e7S 18 BOME, COLUMBUS, ASSiU -.. IIM.278 43 AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO., Asssts 1600,000 V CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIKE. AsseU 130,000,000 00 TRAVELERS', BARTFORD, LIKE AND ACCIDENT, Assets 11,800,000 oo RAILWAY PABSENOERS ASSURANCE CO., BARTFORD, YSU s&oo.ooo 00 IXSXFXXDXMT, BOSTON, Asssts $630,(62 00 HAFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE, 71 Ohio Levee, BCHiir BROTHERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, -A.T 74 OHIO LBVBBi Jtclail nnd Prescnjiliou, ''""I'T .Wnf Illusion Ave. "nil KlKlitli street. BPiHBaHS8aHr HE 1VI I C AIjSJ ttBsAanearnawaBaaaflaEi BaSaSaPl LJIJhM g laBBBBBBBHaalBBBR CIIKST PJIOTECTOHS, Or diamuli ami rabbit skin, for weak lung. At HARCLAY BROS. CHLORATE LO Z QE S KOlt SOKE THROAT, I'rtimrvU aud told v 1IAROLAY UR03. HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES Ami Disinfectant., lorStable, At HARCLAY HROS. FINE CIGARS, "iio.NKV hi:e." " YOUNG A.MKHICA," Ami "Unlcral Standard." At BARCLAY BROS. U-io-ii BOfSK 1I1MII.NU. PATRONIZE HOME TKjIDEI Olti National Bank. CAIRO, ILL. t'K CiOA Pr Uajrl AKeots v anted C'U , 1 ) OiitV All e1ttes of working peo n.e.althtr aez. vouna-or alii. aaka moia inona at work fir ua In their spare moments or all, the tinte, than at aojlking else. Paitleolars rree. ' sapilSwly J. C. HUELS, Late of St. Louln. BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER, BULLETIN BINDERY, Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave BLANK BOOKS of every description done with neatness and dispatch. All klndi of ruling Hone at Miort notice Bibles, Jluslc, Magazines and Periodical bound neat and at the lowest liO'Mble rates. County work, uch an Records, Docketc, Fee Books. Wank, etc.. made a ipeclality IIUoxcn, Pocket J!ook, Eurelopen, etc., Uiaut; iu uiui'r. Il4 II. SOIREE, O X Tuesday Evening, Dec 17, 1872, Tho ladles of the Episcopal Church of this tii), win uoiu a SOI IR; 3J 33 io wnicu all. um and Young, Men, omen and Children, aro cordially Invited IU UllCIIUi It will lm ttm nlm r,f tlm r'imilllan irLn have tho supcrlntcndance of tills Soiree, to mm ii nu ui mu muni rnjoyjuio anu proi' iiauie occasions oi tne hta-on. It will be a place where old friends and new can meet tOL'ether atlll nlltnl n un,lal nvnnlm. A"icre the over-worked mother, sUter or niiu, wiiii -caiinoi mm nine" to make tlie usual gift or niicctlon for ChrUtma. can obtain almost anything in tho lino or Fancy Articles, Irani a pocket pln-cusblon to uu tiuuuiuie iuiici fci, ai a price nim win war rant tbcm to buy rather than to etiend weary UaVH anil nights 'trvint. ti i,i ill., tl.n.,1 in make them. And where husbands, lathers mm iiiuuiLTs, may reauiiy nnu a UIWlile present Tor their loved ones. C II I L I) It E x. There will be a special committee to look iiuer me interests 01 llie Clilldren. A large Involco or TOYS, CONFECTIONARY, CIIIL DREN'S TOYS, Etc., Etc., Will be displayed, and at prices as cheap as can be found anywhere In the city. SUPPER Will be served at six o'clock and continue through the evening, thereby MVlng the head ol the linusiln.lil .',tiv nnv.,n nu ti,t meal, at home. .m inerous tnijies, Willi sittings for any number Irom two to a dozen, will be scat tered through the hall, and ull guests will re ceive nirnhil nH.tittln.. n...i i.v..... ttinlty to enjoy thu substanllals as well as m ui.ui.ai:it-i9 ui llie Feitsoil. fho iilace where tho Snlreo will bo held Is not yet determined, but tho public will be UOtilled US hnnll nu l.)ltUri,f,tnrv nr.. inentH can be made. 12-5lf. NEW LIVERY STABLE TENTH STREET, BKTWKN VrAUHN AVIHUK AND WALNU1 Dr. D. K. Fields Informs tne publlo that he h opened a LIVERY STABLE, on the northwest side of Tenth street as namo a bore. Ills Statles will be famished with none but the BEST HORSES AND GOOD VEHICLES. and the public may be accommodated at all hours of tlm iluv nn.l nlaht with safn tpamu on the lowest terms. ur. Fields asks a snaro orpubiic patronage nnil will ntiil.nvAF tn merit. It Kv rTil J..irnM and strict attention to business. tVHBU. OO TO W. W. THORNTON'S BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT 13A TKNTU BTBBIT, 0 Oon, Haab, BUsssU. HobIAIbcs, K Onttert), (!) Wlastaer aad Bw rrstassea, rioorla;, Laaaj, Nhlaglea, (Jlaaed Bask, OUastsl Hide Jajlita, (llaaed Traswoaaa, Naak WilfkU, Haaa Failles aad Carta Bltad raatealaaa, Boatlasi relt, Kooaas; Osaeas, Plaatertsss; Paper, CSsrpet relt, Walt) Iaa, UsnS Oil, Asaerleaa Wladow Ulaaa, Eagllea aaarreacls Clatet tilau. Poll, U'aaler'a Peiate Hewer Pipe Pateat Calsaaejre( Ktc. Ktc, Kte. AOEMH or Hock Kiver Faper Concur' HheathinK Kelt and quarts Cement 11. W John'a Improved Roofing alwavi on hand. Cairo Box and Basket Co., Manufacturers of and Dealers In POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS OAK ASD WALNUT LUMBB IR,. Having the sole rkht tn this city to use the FULTON DRY KILN, the best Patent Klin extant, we are sane- dally nrcDarcd to furnish at all times, on the shortest notice, T1IOUOUOULY SEASONED LUMBER. Attention Is called to our stock of WJXJIXTTT, ash AND CYPRESSFLOORING Lumber delivered to any part ot the city Orders received at the office ol 8 AFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEK, at that of the comnanv. corner of 84th street and Ohio levee iiigiVI3m. S. WALTERS, DIILIBIH HARD and SOFT LUMBER o erery description, LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb DOOKS, SASH, ULINDS orders solicited. Steamboat Lumber, furnished en rborteet notice. Commercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-eta., CAIBO ILLIHOIS. SAVE TIME AND MONEY ! By letting your wants be known at tho i! ST CHARLES HOTEL. P. Di HEXrOBD, .... Proprietor Cob. Ohio Lxvik & Skoovd St. CAIRO, ILLINOIS. tSTBsggsfe coavsysd to aid from O A I B O INTELLIGENCE OFFICE Basement No. TO Ohio I.evcc. f Ifvou want cmnlovment. ua tn the Office! 1 If you want help or any dcscrlptloo, go to thu Olllce : If vou want tn lmv or aell anv ! article, iro to the Ofllcoj wheroyou can learn I who will sell or who will buy, or who will I hire, or who will work. Call in and leave P, your wants and orders Now, tor "Time Is Money." UAH riTTBKN. H. T. UEROULi); STEAM AND GAS FITTER BBU.SB IB UAJS PIXTDMCS, Oaa Fitter's ana 1'lumber'a material. Wood pumr . globe and angle valves, stop eookt,oheck valves, eto. ALSO AOSBT FOB Tafas Brother Pateat Dry Qaa Meter and Moreuouae, Welle A Oo's Aatomatio Watsr ladloator and Supply Valve for steam boUersT Wlim'l BLOOE, OOMMlSOXAL-ATBlfU