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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCrOBERlS, 1872.
JOHN It 011ERLY, Editor and Publisher.
TERMS OF THE IIAILY IIULLETIN:
Om week, by crrlcr 'in Si
Oao year by carrier, In wlvancc 10 00
One month. by mall
Tbrce montln ; s?
One year . w
TI1E DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberlr hu reduced the mbscrip
Hon price of the Weekly Cairo Hcllktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper publlnhcd In Southern Illinois.
of New York ;
FOE TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
' FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TBEASURF.R.
CI1ARLE3 N. LANFUIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILUANKS.
FOB CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of I'crrr County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM a a candidate for Circuit Clerk oi Al
exander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., ai a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce 1. n.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP ai a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ot Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
1L OOS5MAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decU
ion of the Democratic Convention
hat of Orteley in the Cincinnati conven
tion and proclaimed it the standard of
Liberalism. We hope he may be elected.
In congress he would make his mark.
It Is cheering to record the fact that
there is no back down in the Liberals of
Illinois. In a speech made at Williams-
ville in Sangamon county on Saturday,
Gorernor Palmer mado a noblo appeal,
counseling the Liberal party to renewed
effort to displace the Radicals from power
and save the country a repetition of the
lat four yean of misrule and corruption
and thus save it from ultimate despotism.
Tho governor's speech was received with
the loudest applause by an enthusiastic an
We appeal to the Llborals and Jjomo
crats of Cairo to cast off the mantle of
indifference, in which they scom to bo on
veloped,and manifest the enthusiasm they
no doubt feel in the Liberal cause.
Let us not bo told that somo ono must
lead. .This is the poople's cause, and tho
people, should tako it in hand.
Why havo the Greoley men of Cairo no
well-organized club? Why havo not tho
friends of Koerncr and Wall becomo ag
grcsslvo? Tho Grant mon long ogo wore
organized Into clubs. The Llborals aro
still wandering about unorganized, tbolr
energies being dissipated in tho face of an
active and woll-gcnerulcd onemy.
This will novor do I
Come, Liboral friends, wako up I Or
ganize clubs; cull in speakers;
send out canvassers to ascertain
your strength, to cbuor tbo
doubting and enthuso the Indifferent.
Our case is not lost. If wo labor with
half the zeal tbo importance of victory on
our part demands, we will come out of
the battlo in November with Illinois re
deemed and Greeley elected.
The Liberal meeting In this city next
Saturday, let it be remembered.
Senator Trumbull will address the
Liberal meeting to be held in this city on
Mas. Fair, it is said, is already engaged
to be married to a wealthy miner. There's
courage extraordinary for you.
W. W. O'Brien, E.q., thedistinguisbed
Irish orator, will wake the echoes in Cairo
next Saturday. He will make the Radi
Ir as it is asserted, the Germans turned
the tide in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo
and other points in Ohio where Urge Lib
eral gains were made, look out lor Illinois
The wave will be a bi; one.
Bbioham Young is said to bo afflicted
with a heart disease which may end fa
tally. No wonder. Ho has lost his heart
about fifty times and could not expect it
to remain sound under such circum
The Influence of Mrs. Surratt, in her
grave, is one of the powerful obstacles
Andy Johnson has to overcome in his
raco for congress in Tennessee His op
posers have rung tho changes on tbejdcath
of the poor woman without ceasing.
The Radicals overdid the matter in
Pennsylvania. Hartranft's majority is
estimated now at over thirty-five thou
sand. Fifteen or twenty thousand would
havo elected their candldato of fraud and
corruption all the game, and looked a
great deal more reasonable.
We, tho good people of Southern Illi
nois, and in particular of tho lower coun
ties, have been in tho habit of becoming
intensely excited over every impending
election ; but how is it with us in "this ex
'tremo moment of tho nation's peril?"
Thero is Major Munn, tbo amiable ei-
Postmaster Linegar and tbo Gentle Pope.
In former campaigns they have never
failed to becomo extremely agitated. But
now how calm and cool they are I The sea
when no breath of air is stirring is not
calmer, and cucumbers are not cooler.
Their indiiTerence has infected tho rank
and file, and enthusiasm in the Radical
party is confined mostly to tho negro quar
ters. Calmness prevails on the Radical
On the Liberal side, how is it? The
evidences of intense enthusiasm are not so
numerous as shells on the shore, but there
are a few, a zery few, and this fact cheers
our drooping spirits. Tho great leaders of
our Liberals are not as active as ants on a
hot surface, but they are active. We
know they are, because they have told us
so. These leaders, than whom no Liberals
any where have better, have managed, by
an infusion of their own spirit into their
followers meek and lowly lambs that
they are I to arouse the party in ibis sec-
lion Into what we have been informed is
earnestness that borders upon, If it
does not cross, the lino of enthusiasm.
They are everywhere, and their mouths
and purse are constantly opening for the
cause. It is to them must be given praise.
These facts may not be apparent to the
general observer, who may look in vain
for the evidences of Liberal zeal in this
district, but they will be revealed to thote
who can penetrate under the surface and
look about with sagacious eyes. Such peo
ple will be compelled to acknowledge with
us that this is a most remarkable canvass
tbat the manner in which the Liberal
Democratic managers have conducted it
has been wonderful, and, we may add,
incomprehensible and past finding out.
We are encouraged by this fact. It
makes us feel extremely happy, and we
propose three cheers. For what No
matter; it Is a duty we owe to the super
ior genius of those who run ui to cheer,
and wo propose to do our duty.
midnight art, who can discourso learnedly
of Kant, of Hose), and of Smnosn. vet
has not been taught how to earn his bread.
When I aay my daughters ought to be
scientific cook, I do not mean thai
cooking is the chief end of womanhood,
lor some women bate aspirations to bo
come lawyers and even presidents it is
getting on to this end, I believe laugh
ter but I mean that they should have
somo accomplishment in perfection with
wnicn me worm is not likely to get out or
fashion. A bad education tenth man into
the world useless. Educated men, whllo
thoy are capable of better work than mero
manual labor, ought in the absence of tbat
better work to bo able to do the manual
work better than tho uneducated man. If
they have to dig ditches they ought to dig
them better than the ignorant man.
When old men are asked to pay $1,000 for
a son's education they say they don't know
about it. This education is not efficient in
their sphero of life. A farmer's son ought
to come back from college qualified to
show his father how better to work his
farm. If not, if he returns with a great
deal of philosophy and mathematics
and sciences out of tho ranee of
tho old man's apprehensions, such educa
tion Is likely to bo unduly disparaged.
Wo ought to expend moro money than wu
do now on education, but wo must make
the peoplo who pay the money rcalizo tho
good in education. I am told that the
higher and moro abstruso studies aro an
excellont discipline for tho mind. But
why not more solid truths, less out of the
wuy truths, sorvo as a discipline as well as
thu'so? I havo been forty years uway from
schools. 1 never had ought but a com
mon oducatlon. My llfo might havo bean
bettor and moro useful otherwise, for I
have travelod all over this earth, from the
Atlantic sea on tho cast to tho Pacific
ocean on tho west, and overy day I
havo deplored tho want of knowlcdgo of
cnomistry ana geology as i want uumu
and blind amid tho wonderful work of
God's creation across plains which ipoko
with God's oloquoncc, which my limited
education proventcd mo from enjoying.
I had no other timo for schooling "than
In tho wintori of the first ten years of my
youth. I never saw during that timo a
book on cbomistry or goology never
know tbat such books existed and I fool
now that my llfo would bavo been moro
useful and moro enjoyable if I had bad
timo and tho cliunco to study them.
Learn all wo will, wo aro still imperfectly
taught. Let tbo littlo that the student
may know, then, irradiate tho path just
about him. When graduates say, " I
am educatod, and thereforo cannot
work with my bands," tbey aro misedu
cated. We aro educating young peoplo out
of usefulness. Tho true man will do tho
best work that to-day presents to hlrn.
Labor is becoming with our advanced civ
ilization more intellectual and less phys
ical. In a few years steam will supply
all tho physical forces of industry. The
noblest duties are teaching us how mora
rapidly to create these new processes, and
in time all the forces required will bo
furnished by artificial power. But I do
not dlsparago tho needs of education.
Tho man Is, after all, the thing to bo per
fected. The university student must have
nrcau, ana Knowledge cl the old phi
losophers is not really turned into bread.
I would havo no man sent out not nulli
fied to earn his livinc by bis hands, if need
be. I would havo each graduato a better
armed man, so tbat if ho wero wrecked on
a desert Island bo could get along all the
better for his education. I would have ed
ucation bristling with cood points, so that.
encased in it, he could the better meet the
charge of cavalry, an attack of artillery or
of bayonets, or any attack in which "tho
emergencies of life may present them
selves, inis, young people, is rny concep
tlon of what education oueht to fie.
The war that for a space did fail,
Now trebly thundering swell the gale,
And firceicy is the cry !
a-ir, nsr id
LIBERAL AND DEMOCRATIC
From now until the tlrt of January we
of not Icm than six quire each at the follow
ing low rate? :
Wcton, bot quality. lx quire and
upward. Rtila end and band. lze
ofpnpo lljxis Inches per quire... 81
The price per quire of same book
In M. Louis at the cheapest manu
facturing establishment In that city,
I. .. 81 W
Six quires and upward, pace lOJxtO,
per quire Si W
Price per quire of -ainc In it. I.oul is. 81 U."
IR, O .A Xj,
Six quires and upward, pane 12xl!.
per quire 81 M
Price per quite in si. I.ouisof same Is 81 75
Six quires and upward, pairo 14x20,
per quire '. $2 1X1
Price per quire in St. I.oilli 8'- M
Other Hooks proportionately cheap.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
warranted of the bct quality.
iluslr. Magazines and that cla of book
wo will bind It' Genuine Morocco In the very
best tylc, Cloth or Pnpi-r, at T.'i cent to M
per Volume. Price of same in St. Louis I
81 (W to 81 00.
A COMPARISON OF Ol'l! PRICES WITH
will at once show the advantage of patron
izing tlif Bulletin Illtiilcrv.
tf. JOHN II. OBERLY, Proprietor.
A snip canal around tho falls of
Niagara on the American side, to bo
built at the expense of the government,
is ono of the enterprises now discussed by
various boards of trade of Western cities.
Resolutions calling attention to tbo in
sufficient means of transportation from
the Northwestern states to tbo Atlantic
aca-board, have been addressed to tho
president of the United States and It
it probable tho matter will receive atten
tion by congress at lis next session.
Col. Gbosvkbnor has been nominated
for congress by the Liberals and Demo
crat of the First district, Missouri. The
Colonel is ono of the ablest
men of the West. Ho It the arch!
tect who built the Liboral party. Hit
we qualities as an organizer brought
harmony outof the chaos of the opposition ;
felt hit programme was sadly disarranged
wfctn Jkowa and Blair ralstl tha white
HORACE GKKELhV OX EDUCATION.
At Kutztown, Pennsylvania, on
Wednesday, Mr. Greelov made two
speeches, ono on education and one on
agriculture. The following is a tynophis of
the one on education, delivered before tbo
Normal school :
Education, my young friends, has its
legitimate objects, the development of the
man or woman, intellectually or mentally,
and the development of the workman.
When I advocate the prosaic bide ot the
question of education 1 do not mean to
disparage the other. From the days of
Plato it has been understood thut educa
tion mawes tuo tnun, and his fitness for
tho exigencies of the world will come af
ter. I have known not less than a thousand
thoroughly educated that is. exm.rulvi.tv
educated men, In New York men who
have enteied German, or English or
American colleges, anu nave bo en tent
forth with diplomas, who are yet utterly
unable to earn their bread and are to-day
pacing the stony streets in a vain search
for somelbini; to do. I consider it the ro-
proacb andtbamoof education, that whllo
every robust, temperate Ignoramus that
iiiuu(,oq our snores with money enough
to buv an axe Is morally cortain to earn hit
bread, to bocome in time a thrifty citizen,
bis children being heirs to all the possibil
tlct of our cocdition, the educated man it
not to certain. My condemnation ofeduca
tlon it that it it not complete, it it not
fully rounded. It doet not prepare us for
the exclgenclet ef life. The German ttu
dent who hu become dyspeptic over hit
'.O -A. I JE& O
Saturday, October 19.
rite Liberal Republicans and Democrat of
Cairo tend sreetln;' to their friend In south,
ern Illinois MIouri and Kentucky the a
surance tbat they are still undl-mayed In
heir 'trui'ifle for reform and truth and an
invitation to join the in jn
at Cairo on the ISfth lnUnf- The fol
lowing riiitlnjml.hed oratir hae
prorni.ed to b. present and iMrsn the
GOV. B. GRATZ BROWN
HON. JOHN YOUNCi BROWN
HON. LYMAN TRUMBULL
HON. W. W. O'BRIEN and J. L,D.
MORRISON of Illinois.
Scleral bands of music will enliven the
occatiouj and thero will bo n
at night. Tho
GREELEY AND BROWN CLUBS
In the ncli'hboriug towns are requested to
come In a bod v.
The frlcndt of reconciliation and reform
must not waver. Come and let ut coumol
tvKvwvr iur ui jraun uaiue m November.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KKNTUCKY JEAN6, TXTUA,
LARGE STOCK OF C ARRETING
Ul Eutlre Stock
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TH BT. AND COMMERCIAL-AV.,
Our Homo Advertisers.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Hinrleentli ktreet rind Com.
O. 0. PATTER.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruitfi A: Nuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o emy dcrlpticn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
FurnUhe I on horlut notice.
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sta.,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TK.NTll STREET,
ISonrn. Nitntl. Hllndn. Hoaldlug,
Enve Mutters, (wood) Window and lloor
frame, Flooring-, iAlti,
Nhlnglr, ulaird Hants, OlaaeU Nlde
I.lahln, llaaed Tranaoma,
Naata Weltthta, Naab Futile and Cortta
Illlnd raNtenlntra, Hoofing
Felt, KooHiik Cement, l'laaterlUK
Paper, Carpet t'rlt. White
I.rtul, I.!nd SHI, American Window
(IIhdk, Kuitllah andt'rencb
Plate UlaM, I'Hlly, U'acler'a Point
Newer Plpea Patent Ctilmueya,
etc., Etc., Ktr.
A0ENT8 lor Rock KItm Pp'r Company'
blirathine Frit ami Quartz Omcnt
II. W John'i toprOTei! Hoofing Mway on
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturer! of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASn, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole right In this city to ne the
FULTON DRY KILN,
Hie beft Patent Kiln extant, vc are espe
cially prepared to furuUh at all tlmcc, on
the hortet-t uotlec,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention 1 called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part ol the city
Orders received at the ollicc of
SAFFORD, MORRIS CANDEK,
at that of the company, corner of 3tb
ireel and Ohio Ipvpp aliri'"l-'ini.
ftSllt tt. TIAMAHK, t.'tC,
A. II A L L E V,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Our Home Advortisors.
23 .a. inc.
Chartered March SI, 1S6H.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. 11. SAFFORD. Prcldcnt;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
I'. M. HiRCLAT, Cllil. OitlOIIH,
K. II. Hrix-nrum, Pacl O. Bciaii,
II. II. Cl-frMSOHAH, II. p, IUllidit,
J. M. PiiRLir.
lleponllaol any Amount Iteeelvedfrom
Ten Centa Upward.
LNTF.UF-ST paid on drpoalla al the rated aia
fercrnt. ar annum. March Island Hfiil.tn.
brt 11. Interct not withdrawn l rdiltd Immr.
cllatrljr to lie principal of the depoalla, therb
K iqk mem comouni inif real
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
0 1KAT DO OUt IUI CAN DtAW IT,
Oprn rrr bu.lno.a dT from V a.m. to 3 n.m..
and Saturday erening lor HAVINU DKP031TS
to o clock
W. IITSLOP. Treaaurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, ' . 8100,000
W. P. HaMjIDAY. PreaMtnl:
I1KNKT h. HALLWAY, Vice-Present i
A. II. MAKHOItD, Ca.hler;
WALTER UYBLOP, A.lMnt Caahlr.
HriT Tailo, Itoaaar II. Cckkixouav
HtsaT I.. llALtlDAT, W. P. IlALLItlAT,
Oto. 1). WiLiunKiK, Btrrnix lliav
A. I). SirroAD.
Radiance, Coin and United Htales
Bond Hough t and Mold.
KPOPITS rrcelrrd, and a general Unlilng
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DA NIC I, HUH I), OrMldnl
ItOHEKT. Mil. I i!.erelltat
C. N. HUGHES, Cuhler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M.vDE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank not, and Unittt
Htalra srcuritlen bought an4 cold.
Inlerevl llowed ou Time llr final la.
And !tlr ir.
VEGETABLES, KKETT3. EGOS, LARD
FREsH BL'TTER, ETC.
2T AM VtwU warranted freih, and tlr
it lla! !wjt prices.
Corner Crth Hi. andCommtrelalAve.
THE 1TE"W SYSTEK.
GROCERIES RETAILED AT WIIOLEDALI!
I'hlCES roil CAB II.
AT II. C. THIELECKE'H STORE.
WABIIINOTON AVENUE. IIETWEEV TENTH
AND KLEYENTII STREETS.
60 lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for - - $5 0
Oj " " " " ... J oil
uj lbs. A cofleo Sucar, N. Y. Std. - 1 uG
1 " Primo Rio Coffee for - - 1 0C
.1 " Choice " " . . 1 OC
3 " Old Government Java - 1 0C
Teas and other staplo and fancy Groce
ries equally us cheap.
Goods now, and full weight givon. Call
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prepared to aupplj cuaiomer with he i
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Halllday Brci. office, 70
g"'?.-EVEE.oratthe Coal Yard below the
u..c'i,ote,.w111 receive prompt atten
iii1i1".luo ''Montauk" will hrliig coal
alongside, to steamer, at aay hour.
rpiHin Y-NINTH report of the condition o
L the Fint National Hank of Cairo, Illinois, at tin
close of Luilr.cu October Jd, 17 i.
Ijani and ditcountt C.'-H d
Ovcrdrafti . . - l.Oil rA
V S llondi to iccure circulation l'.',"VI ST
U. S. Londi and itcurltiti on
hand .. 3,?J W
Other stocks, bonds and mort
gages 10.1M 10
Due from redeeming and re
serve agents - 20,174 W,
Due from other national banks... 0,7t I 'j
Uue frcm banks and bankers... 3,.7e b
Real cilatc le,.VJl 7;
Purniture atnd fiitures 3, Ml I J
Current epen.es 3,0111 fc'J
Cash Items. Including revenue
stamps M hO .V)
Tae paid - tat I'J
lash on hand in coin 17Q U7
Currency - - 3j,lll IJ Sl,9i7 41
Tin and Hollow War?, Clothe Wringfra Tolls
War, Coal Hoda, Klribhorrla, Afr (int'D.
ZINC, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue
arI'j-K.(ini ruttrinir, and alt kinds oflo
work dor. at hortKt notice (K.ldlf
N EXT WINTER,
E V E 2i I N G
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO OIVE A MORE UNIFORM AND I'LEAHANT
HEAT, TO UhK LESS WOOD, ARK MORE
CARKFULLV FITTED, ARK MOKE
EASILY ANDCIIKAI-LV MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A 8TKOMOEK
Give better natlfactIon, and nold for a
Lett Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the market. .Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
Ml, 11 70
...... lH','i l
Tap tal stock
I.xchang-. Interest, profit and loss
state ol Illinois, Alexander county, ss
I, Daniel Kurd, president of the first fNational
Dank of Cairo, do solemiy swear that the above state
oient Is true to the best cl ny knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Tenth day
of October, IJ
(.HAS. CUNNINGHAM, Notiry Public.
Correct Attest .
II MEYER3. 1
ItUH' I . W. MILLKR, V Directors.
Our Homo Advertisers.
REPORT of the condition of the City National
Hank of ( alro, at Cairo, In the state ol Illinois at
doseof business October ad, It 7.'.
I."ans and discounts
U S. bonds to secure circula.
U. S. bonds on hand
Other stocks, bonds and m on
liar from redeeming and re.
serve agents f jD3,rv; f,l
I ue from national banks 31,137 Ifl
uue irom suie nanus ana nank
Other leal estate
ash items. Including sumps..
Hill, of national banks
fractional currency. Ineludlnp
Specie, co n 6,(il 01
Legal tender notes 21.U-.i0 00
2l.lf'3 01 117,3fi 61
4, S77 78
OMMlNMI4t AND rOKWABIINl
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
Capiul stock paid In
Due to suie banks and bankets,
.. 2,r,r, ;.7
. 11.47J 39
. 21,03.! i) Mfi'A W
. !CM (JO
W 1,072 VI
htate of Illinois, county of Alexander, s.
I, A IL badord, cashier of the City National Hank
pr Ulro, do solemnly swear th.t the above statement
is true to the best of rny knowledneand belief.
... . A. II. bAKKOK I), Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this JOthdayof
H. II. CANtlKE, Notary Public.
H KHC II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUH ;
And Amenta ef
IIIO R1VKK AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levek,
JOHN B. I'HLLIS k SON,
tHucceMort to John II. Hillli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, liran, &c,
(.'or. TENTILST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO. I LLC.
WOOD RITTENUOUSE URO.,
General Coinmission Mercliautu
133 OHIO LEVEE,
It II. CUNNINGHAM,)
I). WILLIAMSON, Directors,
!( 1. IIAIXIIJAV, J
NEW LIVERY STABLE
RETV7EEN WAHll'M AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. ft, K. Fields Inform tne publlo that lie hni
on the northwest tide of Tenth street named
His Stable will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the publlo may oe wenmmodated at all hours
vwrTPBMc Ut wl,h u,t t0'mt on the ,,0W'
pr. Fjrlds asks thte ol publlo patrontfe,
it uy ttir dtwiBi na
tml will tndtaror to merit
UMI MIMtlOA t butiattt
.MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS tor FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. 31. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Haccesiori to E. li. He ndrico A Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
sV2 Lilx-ral Adrancptn'mii made tx2f
StK.b upon CoDiiiiCiiienti.. tBSf
Are prepared to recfiv, store and lorwird
frrlKhta to all points and buy and
OVIliminetit attended to prnmptlr;
STKATTON & BIRD,
(HucceMora toStratlon, Hudson Clark,)
hi Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois
Z. D. MATIIUM).. E. 0 .UlIL
3IATI1USS k UHL,
AMI) U EN EH A I.
Commissi on Me u c hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WO. 6 IHIISS I.ETKE.
D-EJAXiTEJ-R, T2r TjTT&tt
Cement, Plaster Paris,
NO. 71 OHIO LEVEE, UNDER CITY NATION
JflTFor the purpobo of building un a
wholcbale trade In Cairo, I will nell to dcaN
em nnd contraetora In lotn of BO barrcln and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, Auiruiit 13, 1872.
AV. 31. WILLIAMS, JA8. KINSLEY,
Late of Vlcktbur, Mlt. Lato ol Cln'II.J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
rOKWABDINa AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,