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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1872.
MUX H OIIBBLT, Editor anJ rubtaner.
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una rminlh by fAall......
oil year. . tfTr:
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noitAK WEEKLY IIULLETIH.
t.i?- if riberly Co. nata reduced the mt
of the Weekly Clro lliillelin to
. jS"rptr mux. rnaUlne; It the cheapest pa
pVnNI'l"'! inKouthern llllnola.
feather weight champion of England, and
Arthur Cbambort-, of New York.
Tho homo commlttoo on public build
ings hnvo nercctl to report a Ml appro
priating $1,500,000 for tiostofiico nnd court
liouao buildings In l'hHa clclplilft.
Thirteen striking fcrlnlors were nr
rctcd In Toronto under tho conspiracy
l.w nn,1 1mllr.il fur trlnl TimrdftT. TllO
Ovor thl bill a lively tlmo la O. llucg, W. MornU,
u. lion, Peter nun.
W. II. Temple, Jr., F. Koch,
Hudson Durr. Joseph 8. Slch,
J. Payne, Geo. Artnbrutter,
O. Schneider, Fetor Knaolkcn,
A. 8. Harlan, O. J. liohreondt,
K. Thorpe, .loo. Jtngelkcn,
Wolf Grelshoim, Chas Kachl,
11. l). KUhimnn, uco, jvioin,
Tho bill recently defeated in tho houso
by a low votes which proposod glttng tho
a year for carrying tho mail between
Snn Frnnclsco and China and Japan
Instead of 1500,000, as at present, will bo
rcconslderod In tho houso and its action
F. W. Lrjowontrout, W. Schroodcr,
are to address tho
stato convention In Pirenport
places of tho striking printers aro boitig rovor,cdi A numbor of members acted
rapidly filled. I under n misapprehension and aro anxious
Tho bark Mcnltn, with 1,600 balos of to romcdy tho error. This moasuro was
endorsed and rccummonucu oy.iuo com
mittee on woya and mciins, tho appfopria
tlons and postofflco and post rpads com-
mlttcci as well ns tho prcsldant and post
cotton on bonru, lonuing tor ironsinui,
partially burned, Wednesday, In Now Or
leans, and was Insured In various offices.
GnATzllRowx and Hon. Leonard Swell Tho vessel belonged to Dccpcolt & l'or-
Iowa liberals nt their
A special from London of tho lorn
says: "Arbitration is at u compieio
master general. Slnco tho action or tho
houso tho legislature of California havo
unanimously instructed tho reprcscntu-
ttvn. nf ftmt ftlnfn In iiritn Ihn rmsSflffQ of
: .. .. . i - . .. . . . i r - a- "
The republican city Envsnnmni U. standstill, until tho reply receive., .ro... b Th() chmber of COmmofco of
KrtnnfiplJ. elected at tho recent spring Washington to tho English protest. Tho
I. embarrassed nt tho discovery rmivn "f tlic PralcJt ,nPIrc mUo 1,0110
that tfioro arc About ns many aspirants
for oflico as thoro wcro republican votes.
In success of futuro negotiations."
-When tho French Assembly meets
President Thiers will insist upon tho duty
Grant's latk oiiDEn relative to the on raw material, nnd oppose I ho obllga-
i .... m. . . it
adonllon of tho now civil sorvlco reform lory ecrvlco in tho army, inis policy
San Francisco havo also passed resolutions
strongly endorsing tho measure This
unprecedented growth In trade, tho Impor
tation of tea nlono in 1871 amounting to
S19,000,000, has compelled tho company to
multiply their ships and trips to accomo
date it nnd as they doublo tho mall faclli
J. II. Neuorburg,
P. J. Nouorburir.
H. J. Stlcrlln,
J. W. Powen,
Itlch. II. Holder,
w. r. r iccons,
...III l II... I- . I!.l nnnn.lllnn In lim . ... .... ! t 1 .1 1 1 1 1 II K Hnnn.
rule, is not received with favor by Wash- I"""" """ T7J ,m to I , , ,,. crrc,T T .ncrcnBU Ernst Gol lstoin,
Mu. n-i. ......t, i. J Commissioners on tho Budget and on tho pny. ThU bm ,1M Wtd lho unftn.
...b... ..,...v,....,. ...v, Army Organisation. mous ondorsomont of tho senate commit- John Brcchbellcr,
Inauspicious tlmo for him to Initltuto re- it s M.f!nlni,. Thomas A. Scott, inn on nostolllccs and nost roads and Is Joseph Marshall.
form, "dcclarlm?" savs a snecial from AVm. Tlmw .1. N. McL'ulloiiL'h. J. 1J. now Imforo tho senato and will soon pass ?. K. Sancherlich,
Washington, "that when it becomes fully Alexander, C. H. Mcormlck, E. J. For- that body. Thoso who voted against tho i.elcr jacobV.
ivnn-n n.ni m. . . i. ii. i I stall. A. bclirclucr, W. Alex, uoruon, x.. bill in tno nouso on mo irrouna oi oppusi- jt. u. llarmcs,
AWVnM tliUt UV VW1.VO ItlU bVJ UU VUtUIIIUU I ' ' , I ,1 , m,t
H.Summers, lllcliurd I'ritcharu, u.u.aio- Uon to subsidies ccncrally will now make vn."' n.cuiR"u
E. II. Saunders havo been elected dlrcc- tho great good which will result In our I Chas V. Haasc,
tors of tho Now Orleans, Jacksonville and country, controlling trado which bngland
Great Northern ltallroad Company, und is endeavoring to appropriate to herself.
1 for political services, it will crcato tho
' greatest apathy among tho republican
' politicians, and detract materially from
1 tho Interest of the campaign and injuro
' tho republican cause." Of courso it will
Injure tho causo. Tho radicals work for
pay pay In tho shape of public offices
ana vnoir emoluments. Without thoso as
tho reward of victory, tho raco has no
charm. Radical selfishness Is not Influenced
by tho prospect of honesty being a special
iers, ltlclmrd Pritchard, U. H. hlo- tlon to subsidies generally will now make nas. ivicusame,
owls Alcu, F. J. Pratt, A. M nn exception in favor of this bill being " an z Al u ol l o r '
)hn C. Lucas, L. E. Houston and Influenced by tho action of California and y ior, '
OMl WASHINGTON LETTER.
TUC rOtlTlCAL GAULDKOK H01I.ISO OVKIt.
Whmton, I). C. April 10, 1S72.
From tho boiling over of tho political 1
cauldron I glean something of tho condi
tion of affairs hero. The Grant adherents
Let us at least
I Pacific coast.
savo our trado on tho
THE VOICE OF ILLINOIS
l'o Colonel Willi tm M. Orosvoior, Chnlrman of
the Kxeciuivo CommUlffi ot tno Liberal lie
pulilicnn Conveatlon of 3IIourl, WaslilntOD,
v. u. I
rcqulslto In tho public servant. Kadicul
ism is diametrically onnoscd to honest ,ook bluo and lPn"Hn8i admitting ihat -0, republicans of Illinois, wish to ex-
, V their only hopo Is in tho blunduring of press our concurrence in tho principles
government, and cannot bo oxpected to fa
vor anything which looks toward such a
condition of things.
the convention nt Cincinnati In nominal- I
Ing a candidate whom tho democracy can
not endorso and citing tho split In tho dem
ocratic party when liuuhanun and Doug
las run as likely to bo enacted ovor again
The present rovolutlon In Mexico is
ono which has directed tho eyes of the In tho coming campaign , when thoro will
pooplo of tho United States toward their I tu lllrco condidatcs in tho Hold and ns In
tiolghbor in" tho southwest with no little
Intorcsl. Not only on acount of tho mag
nitudo of tho difficulty, but because, i"n
thclrjntcrnal troubles, tho Moxlcan'belilg-
crents havo not confined their domonstra-
that caso tins rrjidar candldato of thofoi'
t'iianf party will win and freely admitting
that tho Hepubllcan party will bo, at was
lately set forth by tho literal republicans
or .Missouri, wo mako this departure
from lho ordinary mothods of party ac
tion, from a deep conviction that tho or
ganization to winch wo belong is under
tho control of thoso who will
uso it chiefly for personal pur
noses, and obstruct tho frco ex
pression of opinion on important mattors.
which mo gcuiicmcn wnom you rcprcseni
havo laid buforu tho people of tho United
States. Wo lioliovo tiio tlmo lias come
when tho political offences of tho past
tho democratic party, no longer a thing of should bo pardoned; that all citizens
powor. Thcso are tho hopes of tho Grant should bo protected in tho enjoyment of
adherents, and thoy certainly havo nn an- tho rigi. s guaranicou mem by u,o cons l-
" I Inl nn .lint fiuli.Fttl tuvtitinn shmllil lid
imposed lor rovenuo, una so adjusted as to
r . l'cters,
0. A, Miller,
Win. D. Penner,
A. Livingston, Jr,
W m. h. UUlman,
W. A. McFarlano,
J. II. Hagccrty,
H. C. Adams,
J. II. Coo,
L. G. Pcarce,
-Smallpox is decreasing in Now York-
A frost has damaged tho California
Father Gavazzi has arrived In Now
i ork on tho Ituitia.
They are still tinkering tho tuinpor
uncobill In tho Ohio senate.
McKean lluchaniin, lho actor,- uled
Wednesday In Denver of apoploxy.
-Ilallcy A: Green', foundry, Mllwau
kee, burneJj loss, ibooo.
-Pierce Broj.' hotel at ltivor Full,,
is,. burned Wednesday; Heavy loss.
Two more Communists were sentenced
to death in l'uris and ono to imprisomcnt
7iirU,eV' br()(iorB0 I-1Joi ofSprlngfleld,
' utl "bio Uuptlst clergyman, aged
-.ury lllui I in -C UllOni llCtwnnn
franco and Germany uro criticul in pro-
luunccu a pure Invention
: 'U!' J - U iUU which bale
d w ..luuauii. UlUlini,
customs, Uurllngton,. Yertnont,
tigned, and Is snld to bo
hit accounts. Hlsbond
In,. . .1 conjunction with t-uns and hnvnnou In
$30,000 short "l Section, ho dwlroa tho Jporatlons
Is S8.O00. 11 ' 'ccllon "t'ded to tho end of tho
-Vopl court barrack,, in lho eleventh ir. u i., "J ,.ln arn"crttU ,,0I10 to
Arronaw ,,., WM cnUre, do. ' - " - W ease the
alroyed by nr8 Tuesday nl,ht. Flfiv T . ' !. Tin 'L"
liouict were buratd.
Thero it a prosit of an International
prUo light between Alex Lawson, tho
tuko a recess till November 30th whn tln'i
present session would explro. This would
glvo Grant tho power to tutpond tho writ
of habeas corpus during tho election for
O. II. Miner,
S.T. K. Prime,
Thos. H. Mather,
John II. Hryunt,
Wm. O. Stucy,
J. 11. Elliott,
Owen G. Lovejoy,
C. J. Kichardeon,
N. K. Fairbank,
Honry W. King,
Chas G. Smith,
C. G. Hammond,
P. V. Kellogg,
A. 0. McClurg,
S. M. Moore,
. P. Hutchinson,
Jctso 0. Norton,
C. Aug. Huviluncl,
0. M. Hatch,
Wm, H. Jlorndon,
Jusio W. Fell,
K, M. Hainex.
David T. Littler,
JI. F. Fox.
S. P. Townsond,
A. A. Terrill,
0. H. Moore,
E. W. Kussoll,
It. W. Smith,
U W Hlbn
Goo. W. Hollows,
J. T. Honnlo,
11. M. Slurp.
Itobt. U. Lutham,
J no. 1). nourdinan,
O. V. Woodruff,
J. V. Kuntaop.
J. G. Maiinohun,
Geo. S. Hunnu,
Oil I) I),
miwaru . isimm.
Van H. lligi-lns,
Henry W. Bishop,
Goo. B. Smith.
8. B. Brown,
Goo. W. Mluior,
Oliver L. Davis,
H. W. Morohouao,
Thos. J. Larrlson,
W. 0. Wyatt,
i J. H. Moore,
Samuel S. Groeley,
K. M., Hough,
L. B. Otis,
Alox B. Williams,
Elijah K. Hubbard,
0. It. Goodyear,
Norman C. Purklns,
v m. jiuiier,
D. L. Phillips,
G. A. Kwrner,
Wm. L. Gross,
Eugcno L. Gross,
G. W. Chutterton,
T. S. Little,
W. J. Conkllng,
A. J. G rover,
II. P. Buxton,
J. McG. Adams,
Enoch A. Williams,
Franklin Mac Voagh,
Chos. P. Kollogg,
J. W. Preston,
John L. Peck,
E. G. Kuitb,
A. M. Penco,
G. W. Caso,
J. 8. Metculfe.
A. W. Myers,
N. It. Sampson,
It. B. Wltnicr,
0. W. Holdor,
J. A. Whittior,
Gen. W. Smith,
It. G. Flshor,
N. L. Wlckwlro,
It, II. Carnahan,
Samuel C. Park,
John T. Jenkins,
T. J. McCoy,
Fr. 0. W. Koehulo,
John it. Skolton,
S. L. Day, '
W M. huniiody,
0. J, Johnson,
F. T. June,
J. P. Fell
Geo. W. Wright.
nons oi war within their own borders, but ninnn. ..rrodnnt for tlinlr hones. Tim
, i , r i .... a . imposed ior revenue, ami so auiusieu as to yrp. ,..
navo been found encroachingon the Amor- liberal republicans hopo to present such a mi4(0 tho burden on tho Industry of tho 'ni.'i Fryo
jcant residing along tho lino of tho'fron- candldato ns will command tho endorse tho cotintry-as light as possible; that "at Fisher '
ior in a manner docldodly unpleasant to
them; and calculated tonrouso the indlg
naiion ortno whole pooplo. In a lalo
Chicago 'Timet wo And a vory interest
ing account given by a resldont of Mon
tcrey of .the causes which led to tho exist-
'ag revolution., Benito Juarez, who t
tho last election for president of tho repub
lie, had held tho offlco for two torms, twelve
years, and had bocorno rich at lho cxponso
oftbo public, was obnoxlom to tho ma
Jority of tho peoplo, and,Sonor, Don Lor
do, his opponent, rospoctod by all classes,
was elected by tho popular voto oftbo peo
ple But Juarez,, with tho means which
tho party In powor, always possowos over
tho party out, decided tho election to bo a
tic, had it .thrownInlo tho houso of con
gress to bo decided nnd horo had It de
clared In bis own fuvor. Tho poople, dis
ealliflcd before, wcro prepared to follow tho
lead ofa well known nnd popular Mexican,
I'orflrio Diaz,, when ho issued a pro
Jiunciamsnto, calling on them to assist In
tho overthrow of tho usurper. This was
tho beginning of tho existing rovolutlon.
Up until the present lho revolutionists
navo uccn generally successful, undor
General Trovlno, as commander-in-chief
of tho army, and PorQrio as head of tho
rovolutJon; General Alatorro is com
xnandtr-fn-chlef of tho government forces,
nstistcd by General Itocho, n fighting gen
ral Jn whom tho government has great
mcnt of tho democratic convention nnd
thereby secure beyond tho filing of n
Grant caveat, in thoslinpo of gatling guns
and bayonets, n certain victoiy. Thero
uro ii fow inombors of congress (democrats)
liko Philadelph Van Trump of Ohio, who
aro up In arms against coalition nnd uro
advocating defeat on principles rather
than surrender our organizaton to what
ho is pleased to call our enemies. Such
men nro impracticable! or urcamcrs.
Thcso men would havo perfection or huvo
nothing. A statesman docs tho best ho
can with tno clcmonts at command and
nets on tho homely saying that "u half a
loaf U better than no bread." I do not
speak of spoils but of laws which aro in
tended to check nnd stay tho present mad,
wild and licentious courso of political gov
ernment, which tho Imprac
ticublo democracy would rather huvo con
tlntto to its final consumatlon, us contem
plated, thun huvo checked until a second
sober thought of tho peoplo righted it al
together. This cluss is few in numberund
of no grcnt weight, Vun Trump being lh
only ono who bus "spoko right out in
mcetlii'. " Tho almost unanimous fooling
among democrats here, both in and out of
congress, is that coalition on Judgo Davis,
tho only man whoso record Is wise, pa
triotic and politic, Is ttio only means
to successfully crush out tho present mill
lory despotism which uims at 111 o total
subversion of our constitutional rights and
tho centralization of all power in Wash
Inglon. Such is tho situation to-day, but
I may say in rcforonco to coalition thai
every democrat will bo guidod by tho no
tion of our national convention nnd for
this reason it is of tho utmost importnnco
that tho liberal republicans nro not in
fluenced by the quiet yet powerful muchinu
lions of tho ".Grant politicians who will
endeavor to foist on tho convention n can
dldato whom tho democracy could not
QUANT STIUKKItS OUTWITTKD.
In order to provent tho Grunt shoulder
hitlers from having a controlling voice,
or In fuel any suy ut all, in tho Cincinnati
convention it has beon determined that
tho delegation from each stnto, will organ-
zo by itself, thus the black sheep can bo
potted, and select a chairman and secre
tary nnd then determine their cholco for
omlnntion. In voting, tho chairman of
each delegation will rust us many us votes
us his ftuto Is entitled to cust through its
ulvclorul col I ego und by this means tho
few members presort from Muino or Culi-
toriilu will not bo over-run by tho many
lrom Ohio, Mliiourl or Pennsylvania.
This plan will rulo out tho machinations
of tho G rant ellimeand glvo n fair expres
sion oi opinion. ul. McCluro has telo-
graphod to Cincinnati for quarters for a
delegation of ono hundred l'hlludolphlans.
I'lmriiivli'Mtilii I. i. .......
"which way tho wind blows" eununt
will sue five I well bo overlooked.
Journals for alleged libel in orticlsl,,,. tiik ku-ki.ux act.
new play of "bliilly-Sbully." It will bo remembered tlmt tho fourth
By tho district bill -which has ....,! Kictl'1 of tlj0 ku-klux uct, l'IvIiil' tho pros-
III Ovn fill In lininn tin. ,1,.,., .1,1 tint H tit n w I si miiin,...,1 il... t. m .
' I w wvuiutiuii unt iiia i j'vniii u vuriivim i u writ or luthi-n
lowed flvo congressmen. cornu,, expires with lho present session.
General Goo. A. Slanard, collector of I Lul u 0'ut desires to uso this power in
reform in tlio civil sorvico should bo
such us to relievo political action from fl!r
clal patronago; that tho right of local self-
government, tno lounaatton 01 American
trccdom suouiu bo reasserted, and
tho encroachments of federal power
ahockod and wo also beliovo that,
nt this tlmo, a special duty rests
on tho peoplo to do awuy with corruption
In office With tho hopo that tho move
ment begun in Missouri may s proud
through all tho states and Influenco every
pomicui party, wo accept ino invitation to
to meet in national mass convention in
tho city of Cincinnati, on tho first Wednes
day in tho month of May next, and wo in
vito all republicans wbo agron with us, to
co-opcrato in our action.
For the purposo of securing a propor
representation of tho tlalo of Illinois in
said convention, wo suggest that tho citi
zens of Illinois, present at Cincinnati, se
lect a duo proportion of their number to
represent this state on tho floor of said
convention. This call lias only been sent
to twelvo of tho ono hundred and two
counties of tho state. Wn regret that
want of tlmo has prevented us from giv
ing it u mors general circulation.
Isaac I). Jitiwiings,
J. H. Itoblniwn,
K. II. Fell,
It. K. Brown,
John G. Lange,
J as, Gluckselig,
G. P. Hlchtor,
J. II. ltoehlor,
Geo. W. Kochlor,
1). P. ltichardson,
F. F. Shultxo,
C. A. hultr,
U. O. Saloh,
Henry C. Fell,
J. W. Hoover,
W. 11. Bradbury,
J. A. Brehm,
E. It. Maples,
Vf. C. Burlolgh,
C. J. Judd,
L. B. Morgan,
II. T. Nowells,
J. 0. Hctzal,
W. E. Doggett,
W. P. Gates,
It. W. Dibble,
. W. Ingcrsoll.
St. Ltuis Advertisements, j Our Home Advertisers.
M'CIMHCK I.T01V. Ac'ta.
WHY SOME ABE rOOR.
Cream is allowed to mold and spoil.
Silvor tpoont aro used to scrape kettles
Tho scrubbing-brush Is left in the wator.
Bones aro burned that would make soup.
Nice-handlod knives aro thrown into
Urooms aro novor hung up, and . soon
Dish-cloths aro thrown whero mice can
Tubs and barrels are leu In the sun to
dry and fall apart.
Clothes aro loft on tho lino to whip to
pieces in tho wind.
Pie-crust Is left to sour, Instead of mak
ing a fow tarts for tea.
Vegetables uro thrown.away that would
warm for breakfast.
Dried fruit is not taken care of in sea
son, and becomes wormy.
Bits of meat aro thrown out,that .would
maka hashed meat or bash.
Tho cork is left out of tho molasses jug,
and tho flics tako possession.
Pork spoils for tho want of salt, nnd
beef becauo tho brino wants scalding,
Coffee, tea, popper and spioct aro left to
stand open und lose their strength.
Potatoes In tho collar grow, and the
sprouts nro not removed until they be
Tho bread Is sifted in a wasteful man nor,
nnd tho bread-pan left with tho dough
sticking to it.
Vinegar is drawn in n tin basin, nnd al
lowed to stand till both basin and vinegar
Cold puddings aro considered good for
nothing, wncn oiton thoy can bo steamed
for next day.
DRY WOO DM.
1) It Y GOODS
FOR SPRING OF 18T2.
HAS PEEK, AND GONE AND DONE IT AUAIN I
Owing to his large sales ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
ho found it neeonenrv to aiuln vUlt the Kaatern
.Market and will return within a few days with
Imndnomo Block ol
lie wishes to call 111 ntlenllon of nurrri lo lilt
rery complete, Urge aol carefully selected
Hifl roods CAn not hm inrnuLd. Ami hi.
(oiicils u commrliOn of
Q-OOIDS A.HTT PEICE3
wllh Ihoseof (ny hnute which you have been ae
cimlomed to ilem with.
Jin Htock will conit of
IHINII POI'LINN, Hir.Kft, PI.AIDN,
HKI'PN AJtn 1II.ACK AM' A VAN,
And all other nortsuf
SUMMKU DRESS GOODS.
lie nlio l.ni.nB n r,i t rr..
Jiilnu Kmbrnlileries, n reut variety of Hhftwla,
CIoiik and Cuaimerea
-A-T liO-W FIO-TJBES.
He also keeps n vsrlctv of ltdlea- and children's
ahoeH and clothing ol all ants aod prieea.
tiloeKfiillan.icoini.lfto.il tlirnnih r.n .h
examine, for it will imy,
BATOIIELOU'S HAIR DYE.
Tn la atiperb hair dyo la the Mai la the world
perfeaily htrmlaai, r-llubie and Inalantaneoua,
No dlanppointnnent, Tho grnuma W, A, Uatche
lor'y Hair Dye produces Immediately it natural
black or brown. Does not alaln the akin but
leavea the hair clean, tofl aod rwMitiful, Tht
only aa'e and perfect hair dye. Bold by all dm.
Klala. Kartary, H Uond 81., N. T,
MANN & LIBBY,
North Fourth Street,
FRESH AND NEW
Oar Prices arc Lw I
MANN & LIBBY,
North Fourth Street,
Our Home Advertisers.
WOOD! WOOD I! WOOD! I
Tht uadartifaad will nirBiik
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa C, It taajt t7katr .
hto any od Metier In Cairo. Laf ardart
D the alataa at lha Poatoffloa anJ u
tarsi, on Comniarcltl atenue, baHreaa Tanih aid
twelfth aireeu, .Cairo, Illinois. I ! M
meaaura aod will card Iht wood a Ifdea.raH.
DENNIH II ALII,
Gilder, UaIis Bterer, Varniiher Htl
iancy Paper Hanger, Mattress
Making and Repairing.
hp Cammarclal Its tk
All work enlruited to hit car will reealta
prompt atleullon. .
wawr ara aoi.oiiau ilnt
"HiiuoS Q d
DOOKfl, HAHU, KTCl
Call and Examine
GOODS AND l'lUCES,
Bend fob Samflk
MANN & LIBBY,
North Fourth Stroot,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT.
13 TENTH BTKIIT,
Dtart, KmIb, BUstala, BtoalellBca,
Ew Uttiterti, (we1) Window Do
Fraaet, Floor latj, Lallt,
ffblaglaa, Ulttaod Mttah, aitsaott Hid
LlgkU, dlMoal TrtuiMaas,
tisMk WalsrhU, Htwlt Pttlliea tuid Cordi,
BllttSI rautUalaga. Kootlas;
rail, KooBat; Caraaat, Plaalerlat;
Paper, Carpet Felt, Wstlta
Least, Uaaed Oil, America Wladow
Olaaa, Eagllab aadrreaelt
Plate Olau, Patty, dlesler'a Palate
ewer pipe Pa teat Chlttsaeyei
Etc., ate., ictc.
A CENTS for Rock KUei Paper Comptny'a
Joha't JmproTd KooHng alwayt on
HTOTES. TINWABE, ETC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow War. Clathaa Wnniera Toile
nara, uoai iioaa, r ire onoyaia, Air uaiea,
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
arttAoa.. ..j -..n kinds of Jet
trkdaBtalahaiteitno'Mea. " '
D00T AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Watblngtoe areaua aad Poplar ttraet
(Successor to P. Baap.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL;
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, EtT$.
lea Voaaaaarclal Aveaaa, aetweeet
Hlatk a ad Mavaatlt Ireato,
o lie. iLLiaeii.
Also, kaap aoaauatly on hand neat coat
plat stock at
OCTCH AMD IRIIH WUIIHRe
Port, Matlerlt, Sherry and Catawba WUih
RUHYTH A CO. aeTTTxcluaifaly for caah.lo
. which fact Ihsr Intita the spciaJ atlst..
lion at close bariain buyara.
8pal attention fiwtn to FiUinf Oritrt.
C. H AN NY.
KEMTUCKT JEANS, EXTRA,
GR0S (JKAIN SILK3,
LARGE STOCK OP CARPTINtJ
Mia BaUre siteefc
VERT LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tH BT. AMD COMMEBCIAL-AT,
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prepared to tupply euiVoaae; wllh the beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERI lelt at lUlllday Brat. offloa, TO OtltO
I.KVKK, or at lha Coal Tard below the tit.
Charles llatel, will recelfe prompt alteoiloo.
TUETUU ''atONTAUK'' will friar coal aloaat
aids steamers at any hour. ocVuf
II . T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
A ALIt It
Ota Pittar't aha J'lumber't mtttritl. We
pumps, glob tod angle Talrst, ttog
a wo Attar roa
TalU Brolbtra Pateat Dry daa aTet 9
And Moreheuse, Weill A Co'a Automttlo Walw
Indicator aud bupply Valra for ataarn bollert.
winter's block, commercial-ate! a
Daalar la ail tiada af
STAPLE AND FANCT
Q-12OO X IE3 &
Faraaera Tarst audi ajtaMlaa' J
Cor, WMhingtoB-ar. tad Twentiith-it.,