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OFFIOB, B-g-X.IiS3TI3yr SXTIIi33XlsrC3-, OPR. 12TH STBBBT A-IETD Y7A8HIIT&TOIr AySlTTTB
JOHN H. OBEKLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. JANUARY 3, 1873.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV.
TSLEGRAPHI6.
POLITICAL.
ASSKMULINO' OF LEOISLA
TUHKS IN DIFFERENT
STATES.
BOUT WELL'S PROSPECTS FOR
THE SENATORS II IP
FLATTERINU.
STATEMENT REGARDING THE
PUBLIC DEBT.
THREE PER CENT. CERTIFICATES
. CALLED IN.
SECRETARY DELANO'S HEALTH
IMPROVED.
KTC,
ETC, KTO.
l.VAUHUKATED.
New Yokk, Jan. 2. Oov. DU md
LUut. Got, Kobiii'ort of Now York, ero
inaugurated yestirday ut Albany. Cum
pllinentary speeches passed between ro.
tiring Oov. Hoffman and elect Gov. Dix
Oov. Caldwell or" North Carolina was
Inaugurated at Itiileiu" ywteiday.
The legislature of Muino organized yes
terday. Mayor Havemyer of Nw York, nr
uraed tho duUe of his office, yesterday.
Gov. Wrtbbournu was Inaugurated to
day. Hit address say that whilu disaster
hat caused commerco embarassnicnt,
the public flnances are gratifying.
CoLUunUr, Jan. 1!. The general ns
icmbly met to-day at 2 p.m. Gov. No;is
transmitted hi annual message to tho as
sembly thli evening.
VVASHl-NOTOSf, Jan. 2. Letters received
thli morning from well Informed politic
ian! In Bolton predict as certain tbo elec
tion or Boutwell to succeed Wilion In tbo
tenate. Mr. Dawes' Iriends lire very ac
tive, but have to contend with u powt-r
headed by ButUr, who lupporti Huutwoll.
Boutwcll'i friends hero havo no doubt
of tbo rciult and feci o sanguine
that Boutwell will not go to Massachu
setts to take part In tho contcit.
Tho president' forth-coming or
der prohibiting federal officer
from holding iUto offlcei, i duo to the ad
vice of Attorney General WitlUm, who
found on exarainln; the Louisiuna case
that a nutnbor of Fodertl ofllcers In New
Orleatu were aUb members of lb tate
legislature, and that it had a very bad
mural effect.
DELAKO.
Secretary Columbia Delano telegraphs
that hii health U quite restored, ana that
ho uxiiecU to luavo Havana on the bth
lull., and will reach tbls city by llio JSih
CAULKU IS.
-Washikotox, Jan. 2. Tho secretary i
the treasury call in $0,020,000 3 per
cent certificate! dated irom November 22,
1808, to Jai.uary 25, leti9, 6.00U of each,
numbered from 5,44 to 5,405 inclusive,
and $10,000 each from 4,823 to 5,200. In
torel will ccaio February lib, 1873.
THE I'UBLIC DEUT.
"With reference to thu Increase of tho
public debt, It can bo laid that it is more
nominal than real, and wlien tho account
it made up In the middle of January, (or
the month of December, It will be shown to
bo an absolute decrease of the debt, prob.
bly between three and four nilllioti of dol
lars. Among returns wanted are
the bank accounts and other ruvrnuts
from all distant custom-houses. Thu gov
ornmont expenses nro charged ns soou as
tho warrant issues for their payment, lony
before tho money l drawn, whilu tho re
turns for receipts from distant places arc
oiten not received until long after the
money is in tho hands of proper officers.
MIWjURI LKOIi-LATlON.
St. Louis, Jan. 2 Tbo lower houso of
the legislature porrnanontly organized to
day by the oloction of Mortimer of Mc
Henry (Dam.) for speaker, and J. T.
Pratt, (Dem.) chief clerk. After unimport
ant buttnei the houso adjourned till to
morrow, when Gov. Brown's meisngo will
i read. The senate met and adjourned
till to-morrow without transacting any
business.
CRIME.
PROCEEDING IN THE STOKES
CASE.
NEW AND IMPORTANT TESTI
MONY OFFERED BY THE
DEFENSE.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
BTOKX' CASK
In tho Stokes caso to-day, Jonnio Turner
tostlHod to a lady's picking up r pistol on
the stair at tho tlmo of tho murder. Tho
pistol was glvon to a gentloman. Tho tos
tlraony of Miss Turner as to tho finding of
4i.. ni.tnl was not elicited in thj former
trial. The girl, who was formerly cm
plov'ed at nurse in the Morse family,
which FUk used to visit, was rigidly cross
examined after the examination of.ono or
two additional witnesses. Case for tho de
fence then closed.
After recess examination for robuttal.
abrnltted. Oapt. Burni testified that
Henry D. Oorloy, who swore that tho pis
tol found wbi a six chamber one, told, wit
bm the evening of the homicide it was a
four-fhnnter, and that ho positively iden
tified Btolui's pistol' now In court n tho
one Mist Hall found. John II. Conner I
testified ho never know Flsk carried n t
pistol. Phillip Fnrlpy testified ho wns tip
stairs loon after the shooting, and saw no
pltol. Evidence of Thin, llart'takcn bc-
foro tl o coroner, was nfTtireil, f I
Tho di'fciiso then put on tho itatid Ade- '
Indo Barker, who testified that she washed
for tho Morto family. In December sho
saw Kik at tho Grand Central hotel. Uu
was sitting on thu sofa with tho M.nro
girls; ihw Flsk jump up nir lhr off!nnd
ttrlko his hand violent'y on tho cushion,
tit thu tamo tlmu putting his hand tofTaVd
tho Tear pocket of his pants. , "
Townscnd offered to provo by witness
that 1'isk, on tho occa'ion ruferid to, said
hu would kill Stoke'r, und ruin him; that
Miss MortM mid to lilm: "Do you rot seo.
,lno gallows looming up leroru you7-Jii.il
that Fik answered: ''Tho fallows will
not bo foutrd in Now York to hang Jim.
Flik."
Tho judge exclud'd I'm testimony.
FOREIGN.
THE WAP. GOES BRAVELY OK
IN (J UNA.
endeavoring to create a
favorable i m predion
ABROAD.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
FIIOM HADIUI).
Madrid, Jan. 1. Tho journals hero
deny that thu Insurgonts in Cuba havo
met with success In their reccntoperatiotui
and assert that tho rebellion will soon be
crushed.
Tll WAR IN CUIIA.
Havana, Jan 2 All ov.lUbln regular
troops In Havana, numbering four bund
red, combined with General Chinchilla,
and went to Halcuin on Saturday, volun
teers consenting ugnln to mount a guard
on the fortifications about tbo city. Act
ing Captain Oencral Seballas has sent the
Judge advocate to invesligatw tbo recent
operations at Halguln. The Journals sny
that only five officers and four
privates wero killed there.
Tho insurgents carried ofl" thojegimcnta
chest. Insurgent sympathizers say that
the rebels will soon hold an election for
tho purposo of replacing Cespedes, with
Iunalio Agramonto as president. Their
object Is to make a favorable impreision
abroad, and avail themselves of superior
ability and energy.
On tbo night of the 22d Inst.
TUG INHCROEKTH A1TACICKI)
The town of Magarabomba, but
wore repulsed by tho troop,
not, however, before they had
burneJ eight houses in town. On tho
night of tho2Sth Ins't., tho gens d'armes
retiulsed n body of insurgent who were
marching to attack tho fortifications.
CASUALTIES.
THE 1)01)1 ES OF THE CENTRE
STREET VICTIMS ALL
ItECOVKRBD.,
PASSENGER TRAIN WRECKED
A.ND ONE PASSENGER
KILLED.
SHIP LOST AND EIGHT MEN
PERISH.
FIFTH AVENUfc THEATER IN
NEW YORK BUKNED.
ETC.,
ETC-
ETC.
U0DIE8 IlECOVKUEU.
New York, Jan. 2. Fivo bodies were
found yeituiday in tho Centre street New
York Are, ami one to-day.
THEATRE IIUIINED,
Tho Fifth Avenue theatre acljoinlngFifih
Avenue hotel, New York, burned yester
day. It took Bru from tho furnace, Just
after an immense inalineo audience had
dispersed. Loss on tho building, which
was owned by the widow of Col. Fisk,
$50,000. Augustln Dlv, tho lessee, lost
about $50,000 ; not Insured. Soveral actors
and actresses lot wardrobes, diamonds
and jewelry, valued nt Koveral thousand
dollurs. Total loss estimated nt $250,000
Hllir LOsT.
Baltimore, Md., Jan. 2.-Tho ship
Bennington of Boston, was lost off Grand
Corronles on December 20, and eight men
porlshed.
train wrecked.
PiTTSiiuna, Jan. 2. Tho oxpress from
Weston, west on tho Ponn. raUmnil, yes
t'orday al'ternoon was wr;c!;od by a freight
truin, at Townsend station. One passen
ger, n littlo girl," was instantly killed, ind
one othor suveruly injured. Tho express
had stopped for water nnd wu$ just pull
ing out when a freight train, consisting of
thirty cars drawn by two onglnos, ran Into
tbo rear coaoh. Tho platforms.of, tho cars
doubled up and Instantly broko,. but the
speed which tho express train had gained,
provunted tliocoacnes irom cuiiibiuu miu
from causing great loss of llfo. Just pre
vious to tho collision tho froight train gavo
a warning whistle which cauiod r panic
among the passengers In the
express, and thoy nil endeavored
to rokch tho platform. Tho conductors
howover, was sucusiful in getting the
nasiencors to remain In tho cars. Tba
' littlo cirl who was killed; had succeeded
in pushing past tbo conductor, and reach
ing the platform Just as tho crash came,
was caught In the wrock and crushed to
death, Ono man wa Injured by jumping
fr.nii tho train. The other passengers oil
escaped without Injury, although tnany of
tho soats wero broken by tho sudden con
cussion. Tho freight train was running
n violation of tho rates of tho company,
and was only four minutes in. tbo rear cl
tho express, while tho difference should
have been ten minutes.
HKARCII run IIODIR3 TERMINATED.
Tho search for bodl at the rulnl of tho
Ccnlro street firo terminated to-day by un
earthing the remains of tho body .of James
Bnvini, Urn seventh victim. Nothing re
mained or thn toy save the trunk which
was blackened and burned almost beyond
Identification. It was necessary to saw off
sumo of tbo woden beams In wbichthu re
mains wpro inbedded. Soma of tho Wood
was Inserted so firmly Into tbo body as to
cling beyond tho possibility of reniotal.
The fleshWhli.rrp.gk'-nviw s)l?htW iJtirm.
Tho remains wai found nbcut- six feit
from thn bodlea of tho fivo other victims
utiearlhed yesterday. Tho remain, of
jouiiir. llevins were taken to lulu home,
1CI llrooinn street, and will probably bo
hurled to-morrow. Tho Iwdics of iho
Beelo stOli.'rs will burled In Greenvoixl,
nn l thoio of the other victims in Calvay
to-morrow. R.-gnrding the statement that
IbiTo use two girls still missing, Archer
nnd Anderson, according to tho rcportof
their foreman, the lihtls not complete, and
consequently! ho mu n having achieved
their object, havo Htoppcd working
miscelTlaneous.
RESPITE GRANTED BY GOV.
PALMER.
THE WEATHER' AT CHICAGO.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
IlKSI'lTED.
Ciiicaoo, Jan. 2, 11 a.m. Gov. Palmer
has grunted a respite for thirty-five days
in tho insn of McMallan. who murdered
his wifo at Chlllicothc, Illinois, nnd who
was to havo been hangol nt Peoria to
morrow. wr.ATtlER.
It commenced raWing hero shortly
after mid-night, and still continues. The
rain freezes on tho telegraph wires, which
aro prostrated In nearly every direction.
MARKET REPORT.
New Orleank, Dec, 2. Departed:
City of Cairo. Cotton 3,604. Flour firm;
XX $7; low XXX i 5(i)7 05; choice S'J,
c o.lu extra J 2ul0 OO. OaU linn 6Uc.
liny supply light, primo 40c; choice 45c.
Hrun i iii'moderatu deuiuiid, $1 60. Pork
dullS)3 75; bacon no saltYnerv; 'should
ers 6Jc; hams lb(a)18Jc- Colt'.u fulr de
iiiaua luju. Slerliug 121J, sight i dis
count. ,
New York, Jan. 2. Flour strong.
Wheat quiet but Urm at $1 C8gl t7.
C.irn (juiel but Heady at tiOc. Uai. qmut
but ituudy at 4751c. Clover seed quiet
ut0Mc. Receij.u: Flour 0,000; woeat
J4,0U0; corn 24,WJ.; oats iS.OKO. .Me
),,rk quiut nt $13, small luU Sl3 5U. Lird
rlroiert 7J7Jc. lii.key dull t'J7J
98c. ,
ciiicao , Jan. 2. Hogs, receipts to 11
u.in 9.H70; few light truina Jue, official
eiterduy Ul,0't8; total forpntl4t liuri,
L'0,780 " .Mnrkul ni'tive, Urm; extreme
raligu 3 05: UO; bulk of miles $J "0(3
3 tvj. CNttlo very d II, receipts ligbi,
prices unchanged.
Ui.NCiN.HATi, Jan. 2. Flour and wheat
Il'iu und unchanged. V liiiky active. 88c.
Fork quiet. Bulk meats Urm. Bicou
quiet, price unchanged. Hogs easier, at
5j 70()3 0o; principal ralei3 bt3 80. Re
ceipt, lor two days, 21,878. Gieeii meat
firm and unchanged. Lard quiet and un
cbniigud. ST. Louis, Jan. 2. Flour unchanged.
Wboal less active, No 2 spring 1 1 24l 2i;
No 3 fall "Oc; No 2 do 'JOc. Com Urmer
3t'J3lu truck; :HJ:l5u elevator. Ryo
75i!, Barley steady Joe primo. Vhikoy
quiet Oic Pork quiet I2 seller March;
dry vail quiet, parkfd lots A&&tic; ba-
con quiet oi(2 " jC2 c ,J,,rl' Hu'ul' ,u ,or
prune. Hoe a jii-i J37oc.
Night Report
St. Louis, .Ian 2. Fi. ur Arm but quiet
X 55 5UK0 25; XX $ 600 75; XXX
57(aJ 75; family nnd rnuy ou.
Wheat quiet, INo a sprint; i iiji ur,
No 3 red fall $1 7001 77; No 2 6l 80-
$1 01. C'rn firmer and higher, JSo 2
mixen 3435e; No 2 white 35351c Oats
firm No 2 mixed 20J27c. Barky firm
I ,r liict niialities, chulcu soring iiimtlu.
Ryo firm, No 2 76c Pork quiet nnd i.oio
inul at 5ll 3412; dry salt nuats i till.
houldeia 3J0oc; clear rib 6rtc; clear
idei C0Jc; bacon hardly anything do
iim: slioulders SCMW", clear rioa 7073c;
clear sides 7J8j; plaiu hams lljl-u.
Lard easier al u,()80 lor prime steam.
Cotleo hljjhcr, Rio i023c. Sugar firm,
lioulslaiia UMiliC coiuinon locuoico pian.
tation. Molasses 057iic. Cuttle qniet
and unchanged. Uogs quiet at $3 3U
3 70, mostly J3 CO.
New Yokk, Jan. 3. Flour shade Qrniorj
super $5 7(t! 25; common to good X
So HotOT llf, good to dunce 5 iot2Ji oa;
whlto wheat X $7 4((a;9 25. Whiskey
heavy nnd lower, voq'jiu; closing ut uoo.
Wh.mta nil uiln tinner; No 2 northwestern
$1 03; common No 2 Chicago $1 58; No
3 $1 45l 63; nmber slalo tl 90. Ro
quiut and firm. Barley acllvu and Urm;
tfo J western u;yyyjli ao - u, sl
Corn, nioderato request; old wu t-
ern mtxcil lumav ubonuu)c; sioro
01c; new C600c; yellow west
ern 07c. Uats quiet and
toady; now mixd western 4U40e, white
51e, black 44l7Jo. Coffoo quiet nnd
firm, ttio 1CIUJc. Sugar firm, rellnlng
oj'ie. Nolnssus dull Pork Urmer, moss
118 60, prime mess $14014 50. liocf quiet,
mess lO0lOjc, ettra 12013J, cut meats
unohangui, seouldors 4iji), middles quiet,
long cloar 0jo, Lurd flrmor, No 1 to prlmu
steam 757Jo, kittlo t-8 3.10.
Oiucauo, Jan. 2. I' lour oulot, very
few sale. Wheat actlvo und advanced,
No 1 spring tl 25; No 3 $1 22 bid calh
or January; SI 25 February; No3$l 08.
Corn In fair demxnd, lower and clodng
firm 8lo cash or January; 31 Jo February.
Oats qu tot and weak, No 2 24 ic;, white 32o.
Kvo dull and a shado lower; No 2 07c.
Barley do, No 2 lull Oljo. Provisions
held firm, pork nominally $11 36011 40.
Lrd steady 7u spot. Jtlrcon hams ' In
sood demand at lull prioet OJo fur 18
ti
avorage; 7J07c for 16 to 72 lbs. A ot
of shoulders sold' at Jlje; nolhiiig dona In
othnr meats. Whiskey .quiet and woak
coja: -
jSew Yonk, Jori. 2. Money markot
how signs of abatoment In stringency,
consequent upon heavy Inlcreit disburse
ments, but rates though lower than last
wuek am still strong. Considerable bust
nes at 7 per cent sjold but transactions
wore as bluh a"3ie; closing 0J ir day.
Disbursements by coverdmefit and corpo
rations for January jatere.t estimated at
Beventy-flve millions and will give a do
elded relief to tho market after this week.
Sterling more active, OJ09J long; 10
luj short sight. Gold wek; selling from
121012. Loans 1-32 to flat forcarrvine.
Clearing 35,000,000. Treaiury disburse
ments iw,auu. uovornmeiils nrm and
very dull; no purchase by treasury.
Statu bonds nominally steady. Stock
quiet nnd irregular.
N Bv OtBANn, Jan. 2. Flour dull nom
inally unchanged. Corn lower, mixed 78c;
whltu 8oc. Oats qutel 60rj bran easier 14c.
HaysVAsrco andflrni, prime 42, choleo
65c. Pork dull, held 13Je; dry snlt meats
scareo O80Jc; bacon dull 5J0'.I1OJ
10; haniK scar;q 18c. Lard quiet. tleco
Bjc; kegOJ0IOc. Sugar dull, InferlorCjc;
common to g.d common CJ07J; fair to
fully fair 7508c; prima Ja. MoUm-s
actlvo anil hliher; Centrifugal 30li37c;
common 4,ri05Ocj fair to clmlcn 3380c.
Whikoy lower nt 92c. Coffoo firmer at
lfilflc. Sterling 2lj; sight discount;
gold II j. Cotton quiet, sales 4,fi0f; good
ordinary 18Jc; low middlings 19JJ, mid
dlings 19e; middlings Orleans 10 Jo. Ko
ceipis, 4.137. Exports: Continent 1,202;
Gret Britain 6,430; coastwlso 260; stock
10,214.
RIVER NEWS.
nine itssd Frill or (tie River.
For2lhour enjinj al 3 p.m. Jan. 1, V,l.
STATIONS.
St. I'jul
Fort lientoa..
Unuha
LavrnDort
I'Cavcnworth ....
Keokuk....
Calm
St. LouU.,
l'ituburz
tfuvatl's lilurT....! 1
low
let
n in a
1U c
0 II
STATIONS.
Cincinnati,
LouitilIe..
McmDhis. .
iVickiuurK ..
...nhreveport . h.I
Naihviil,. ......
New Orleans..
Fort Smith. ...
Little Kock ...
Florence. .....
Atv
low
Cl in
tl "I
3 t
Froien orer. ftleUw high water. Falling faM
OtTicial. TtlOMAt L. WATay.V,
Observer Slit. Str. U.S. A.
Nashville, Jan. 2. River rising
briskly, heavy rains to-day with promise
of more to-night; 6 feet water on Uar
peth shoals. No movement of tho steam
er. Evansville, Jan. 2. Cloudy and
mild ; mercury 48 to 53. River rnso 3
inches, then luil 1 foot after the Ico broke.
The ico moved out at 12.35 without injury
to any floating sraft. It gorged, but
started again al 4 p. in. Heavy Ico still in
habur. broken al Hinder, on and Owens
boro,and gorged at Rock port.
Louisvillk, Jan. 2- River rising very
slowly ; five feet and two inches In canal,
three feet and two Inches chute. Ruined
most of tbo utternoon, but mild and clear
ing up to-night. No change in ico posi
tion. New Obusax, Jan. 2. No arrivals.
Iepartcd,'Mary B. For.yth 4or rjU-LouU.
Heavy rain, snowing, clear and pleasant.
Pirrsuutto, Jan. 2 River 7 feet 6
inctie al 0 o'clock and rising rapidly. A
lrgu amount of heavy ice is running; In
the Monongabela and AUeghaiiy it re
mains unbroken. The wetbor has been
warm and cloudy.
Ci.ncinnatti, Jan. 2 Tho nvor is
moving Tho landings ami bridges are
irowded with poplo. All tlm steamboats
li .vo steam up. Ico commenced moving
nt quarter to Qve, and ilcaiiitioats wlnslleU
thu notice or tho break. A Irlnnu of ice
remiiltiA on tho cast shore, extending be
yond The steamers at first eayvd to
move it in a solid body, but the piera of
the Newport and Cincinnati railroad
hridgo are breaking it up. The Licking
broke out nt U o'clock, and is running out
gently No boat is yet injured, and boat
men feci happy and hopelul.
t)T. Louis, Jan. 2. Ice gorges still hold
fant here, but prospects favor a speedy
smash up. iiivor rising, and thu rains
which havo fallen ovor a largo lection of
country nru swelling nearly all upper
streams. Tho Osage and Gatconade, trib
utaries of the Missouri, which rise
in tho Osago mountains south
of St. Louis, are eatd to bo r'sing rapidly.
If this ho true tho Missouri, below their
mouth-, will break up with a rush, and
carry out tho gorges here with an Im
petuosity that borders on disaster to crafts
at our leven and below. Rain fell hero all
last night and most of to-day. Colder to-niuht
HEAL. rMTATF. AOENVl.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (bkcond vlooii) ouio lktsx,
CAIRO, ILLS,,
Uur and Sill Real Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Anl i."ir OnnTtvaneAa nfRin1rl
John . lliinxan. Chas. Thrupp.
" JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AND
CONVEYANCERS.
Xorlb t'or.Ot'ti St. nnd Ohio Levee.
Cairo, Illinois.
Abstract of Title, Conveyancing mndu a
specialty. Real KMiite bought and hold.
fc3T"i axe Paid, etc.
UAH VITTKHN,
U. T. UEIIOULD;
STEAAI AND GAS FITTER
si AN HXTUKEtl,
Qu Fitter's and Clumber's material. Wood
pumi . glob and angle tIth, stop
oooks.oheok valves,tc.
sun qst roa
Tufsa Bretnara PMtal Dry Qa Meter
toil Uurenouse, Well A .Oo'a AntomaUe ..WaUi
indleamr and Supply Valve for steam boiler.
VTItCTlsV BLOCK, OOMMBBOUtATsUIPB
Our Homo Advcrtiaors.
I JftUHANCF.
TEOfUNIA LIFE IN8UKAN0E
COMPAITY,
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
cen I'L-Orncn, 172 WAsniNOToNST.
A.OTIVA, S650.000.
Till. German I.lfo Inniraneo Company
gUaraBtee not only I'ald up l'olicles but
alo a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
plan.
;oHN.A. UUCK, - - President
U. KNOHELHDOltF, - v . Hecrotary
JOHN Y. PJtURHH,
Agent for Cairo nnd vicinity.
IIISMARK BUNl)
SUCTION NO. 47.
AfaMM-la'iori -for promoting l.ifo Insurance
and Mck Relief by weekly due and mutual
co-operation in object ol public hcnctlt.
The Li e Insurance Policies will bo Usticd
by tho Tcutonln Ufo Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN TV. PRUESS, Ao't.
2Utf fnrl'KlroNnil vlrlssttr.
FIRE AND MARINE
I3STSTJBAITCB
roMI'AMKM.
MAOAHA, If. V.,
Asset. fl.t.te.SlK
OERHAMA, H. Y.,
Aisru - 1,(M8,721
nANOVEn, N.
Assets -m - 72G WJ 00
KltrUULIC, N. tn
ArHl 714,2i "0
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
YONREB8, N. Y-,
Assets. ...... 878 4CI SI
ALBANY CITY,
Assets .
453,193 23
firemen's fund, b. r.,
ABfl., m...m....67.8CO 04
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
4,ssots..... .1,432.M
Btores, Dwellintre, Kurnltnre, Uulls and Cnr
K"rti, In-ure'l at rales a ftmrnbleas sound, per
maneot security wrrnnt.
I rettfullr ak of the clllsan at Cairo
shateof their clronjje.
C.N.IIVOII1CM.
W. H. Moms, H.H. Candte
Notary Public No. Pub. anil IT. H. Oom
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
jETNA, nARTFOHL,
Assets ..S,M9,edt tT
WJ , . KOKTU AMERICA, PA.,
AssoU. ..2,7W,(00 00
UAKTFOIIP, CONN.,
Assets...... 2,M 4,210 72
PHCEN1X, IIAKTFORI),
Assets 1,781, 148 88
INTERNATIONA L, N. Y
Asiet fl,lW,98 17
PUTMAM,nARTFimO,
Assets t7M,tS7
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Assets .'..1MS.C73 88
HOME, COLUMBUS,
Asset 1155,278 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 3600,000 I
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
Ansets 130,000,000 Mi
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Asset 13,600 COO 0
RAIL WAT PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Vssets .... . fwm.ooo (0
INDEPENDENT, 1108TON, '
A".ls.. 1630,802 00
SAFFOIID, MORRIS & (JANDEE,
71 Ohio l.evew,
, Cltf Vlonl nn. rtMROlLT,.
MlrtlKM AMIS I.IUOI IISI.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
isttHtttt ettteHi i
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Onto LKVKB
CAIRO. II.LIN01II,
Also, keep eoastuitl on hand a must cam
plete stock at
ROOTOII AND IBISn WOUKIBB
-fllNB.-
Port, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
RJltYTH A CO. seTesrlusUelr for cash, In
. which fact they in? Its the pecUl atten
tion f elnse harcain luiyera.
F. Mv 8TOUKKLETII,
scecsssoa o fohl a stocklkth
Ucvliryrr nn it Whnlrsuile IrIrr In
syorlxn nnd liomcssllo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Onio Livkv,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
aElteepson hand constantly full stock o
Old Kentuoky Ilourboo. Rye and Monoala
Whiskies, Frenoh UrandlM, llol Md Og
sUlntaal OAlUoral Wlus tota
Our Homo Advertisers.
IVUlHIStwISSJi .! MSKWAMIS iU.
I1ALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARWNfj and COMMISSION
-, n S! Ill liU'SkWii,
DEAIiEHS IN FLOUR :
And Aitenw cl
I11IO RIVKlt AND KANAWHA
SALT COKPA1TIE3.
"iVOh'io Lkvek,
1
Cairo. Ii.likoih.
N. II. TIIISTLEWOOD. . J. TIIISTLKWOOD.
THISTIiEWOOD & CO.,
UENrKAf.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DEALER IN
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, UAY, LETC
THOhlo Lcveo, l!AlItO. 1LI-S.
Z. D. MATIIU8S.. x. cum
MATI1USS & UHL,
ASU UI.NKItAI.
Com. mis si on M k h c u antb
DEALEItS iN
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
is 'sum i.iivki:.
Our Homo Advertisers.
J. M. l'UIi.LirS & CO.,
ItJucoebiors to E. It. Hrudriuaa A Co.)
Fonvnrding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
WUARF-UOAT PROPRIETORS.
V2 Literal Adrancenienn mad" 2j4y
iaab upon CunalKcnients.
Are prewred to rf-ceire, store and torwsrd
fri'inhln to nil points and buy and
ll on commieiiiiia,
WDiiitiHeii Hilended to .romptly;
1. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
HAY, OATS, OORN
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
STRATTON & R1RD,
(Huncassora toHlratlon, Hud-onA Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCEHS
OOMMISSIQN MUROHANTS,
V7 Ohio TiPvoo. Ciiini. Illinois
HYTjAND & SAUER,
BUTCHERS
AND DEALERS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial aVcnuj
uoxt door to tho I lyluml saloou.
11-10 tf. ' CAIRO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
BUTCHER
aid tutu ta
FRESH MEAT,
KtOUTU Uthkkt, Uktwckn Wabuikuton
AMD CostHBBCIAL AVKNUKa,
AitJolBlssg Bl'tenbusian assil llassny'a
Keep the beet or Deal, Cork, Mutton Veal
Laint, Sausage, ate, nd are prepared to stive
cltisena In the moat aoeepulila inaooer.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
liDTCUKR AMD DlALBR IK ALL KlVM 01
Faun Mcat.
COKNKR NlNXTKNTII AND POPLAR ST
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Buy and slaughter only the bt ettle
bog and hep, and I prepared to ill aaj
douund for trsw meat Iron mm PohbU to
tB Uoiiiaud tMsuud.
LSJMMi it.
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DRPCT
13) tkxth btkbbt, '
FOB
Boom. Knell, ssllsada. Jf otslillasra,
save tin ttera,( wood) Wlndnwmna Bavar
rrsussnt, rioorlss;, sVatss,
NhiasrlM, SImbsxI mnmb, Usw4 SjMsi
1.1ft Is la, tlln a! Tsrsusaossta,
Niuh Wtilsrhta. Haass PuIIIm asssl o
Bllssst rsvatessltra,
rail. Kooflstsx ocsss, visustarlss
PsifMir, Cssvpct rait, Wklta
lsMf, Ussaasl SHI, AnaarlrM WIsmImw
Cllstaa, ysssjllah asstlPrfSBali
Pluto Glstaa, Pnti, U!aaleita reiesata
Hewer Tlptm Patent titwacjrai
:. Bt., KBc.
A OENTB lor Rock Rivet Paper CBeav '
HhcalhioB Fell and Quarts Cemrat
H. W John's Improved Hoofinc alwattoa
band.
8. WALTERS.
UMitaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o erery deeeriptlea,
LATH, SniNOLKS, CEDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Ltjmbeb,
Kuralshed so ehorteat aotlc.
Commorotal-BV, bot. 10th and llth-ita.,
OAIBO ILLIWOI.
ORltCEKIES.
3STE"W ENTE EPEISE I
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer,
lias on hand nt all time Vegctahles, Fruit
Butter and Ejrg,Xard.
Honky, Tbopical Frdith, Etc, Etc.
tSTAll Koods Warranted Fresh, and told
at small 1'rolit.
N. H. I'arcels delivered to any part of the
city to Customer.
WkST BIDK CoUMRRCIAL AVB., BBTWBCN
17th AMD 18th BTRKKTS.
CA1KIS. II. 1.1 NOB.
iiUts.At liUUUKRIKS
THE ISTE'W" SYSTEM.
OKOCBKIIS BBTAILBD AT WHOLESALE
PKicia roa casu.
AT H. C. TDIELECKE'S BTORE
WANIIIKOTON ATIBCB, BBTWBBK TENTH
AMD ELBVEMTH BTBIIT.
Ci 'bt. dbt Cuba Sugar for - 5 0
9i " ' " .-- I 00
Uj lbs. A cofleo Su(tr, N. V. Std. 1 OC
1 " Prima Rio Coffee for - - I 00
1J " Choice " - - 1 00
3 11 Old Government Java - 1 0C
Tea nd other stanla and fannv Hnwa.
ries equally a cboap.
uoou now ana run welent trlven. Call
and try.
JOHN S1IEEUAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dealer la
VEGETAHLKS. FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESII BUTTER, ETC.
83T All Good warranted fresh, mad told
the lowest price.
Corner 9th St. JJdCommrcIlAvt.
7-'i'I tf.
11. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign FruiU &Nut,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
Caibo, Ills.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOBST YABIBTY ITOOK IM THE CITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
t'oraer of MfaateeaUt atraat suaal sEtsa
senses Avaaiassa
CAIEO, ILLINOIS.
O. O. PATUUt.
mi Lixivia. 1
Merchant, saloon keeneri. runnera. tcaas
ster. and all other inieretted. are hereby
notltletl that city license, for ut year ISTS,
will txplre ob the Brat day of Jtauary, lHTt.
A prompt renewal wlH bo roetulrad wttkout
fHrthcrBoUce.
OalsW,DM.ai, ttV.
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