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"THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1873.
JjllN It. OltERLY, Editor and Publisher
TKIIM9 OK TIIK DAILY i'ULLBTIN t
One week, by carrier 9
Ono year by carrier, Inadvauco 10 00
Ono year by carrier II not ptid l
advnnco t... 12 00
Vn month, by mall , 1 00
riirce monthii 3 00
Cl.innnlliL.. ... .. t SA
TIU! HOLLAR WEEKLY HULLETIN
.Tohn U. Oberly h reduced the subscrip
tion prlco of the Wfcnitir Caiuo nui.LKTtN
f Ono Dollar per annum, roaVliiR It tho
cheapest paper pnhlNhed In Southern Illinois
Starlet haj been telling tho Chicngo
nni how bo discovered Livingstone
TriB national doU was decreased flvo
and o quartor millions durlnp February.
Tnn 'egis'attvo conimittco nro not un
earthing any very stupendous frauds in
tho penitentiary management. So far.tho
Investigation has dovolopci nothing
The Now York 'Herald' wants to know
who Is tho most guilty of the bribed con
gressmen. Six of ono and half dozen of
tho other tells tho story abont as nearly as.
It can bo told.
Mahy hills of tho tlrst importance did
not get through congress for lack of time.
Tho one increasing tho salaries of mem
bers, however, did got through, and tho
retiring congroesmon will go homo nearly
contented that they hnvo no more chances
to fill their hands out of Undo Sam's
ANOTHER CAPITOL MOVER.
A correspondent of tho DuQuoln 'Tri
bune' makes a now suggestion in regard
to tho removal of tho national capltol,
Tho 'Tribuno' correspondent has a plan
for removing tho capltol, hnd paying the
national dolt. This new capitol movor
docs not propoto to mako choico of St.
Louis, or any other nlroady built up city.
Ho wishes the general government to mnlco
a selection ot an olovated contral point,
"taking into viow tho annexation of Jlex
'ico Knd Canada, which scma day not fur
1 distant, will form a part of one great fud
'oral compact!" ho suggoits that a million
of acres bo appropriated or purchated by
tho government ; that this bo kid off In n
city on a magnificent scale, with ground
for government building, paths etc., rc
c ervt-d, with ground for lots also reserved
for further sales. Sotno other suggestions
nro idio mado nhout tho removal of
tuch of tho government material as l
movatile, and tho disposal ot tho rost.
Tho 'Tribuno' correspondunt bss full
faitit in tho feasibility and
excellency of bis plan for tho building of
nncw national capitol, and says "tliero
' would bo inch ft rush of speculators to In
1 vest in oily lots m tho world nevor law
' slnco man was mado." Tbo idea is cor
tainly a novol ono, nnd may claim preco
denco tor originality over any that has
been proposed, and if tho subject of tho re
moval of tho national capitol is to be
brought under discussion, this plan is
not unworthy eomo consideration. In the
event of its adoption, our sister city of St.
Louis would immediately divest
herself of nil "airs" as tho
fuluro capital of tho nation, Chicago and
Cincinnati and other real or imagined
rivals of hers would cease to bo jealous.
or to put forth any small claims of tholr
own to bo tho national capltol. Clilcacoans
and Cinclnnallans nnd St. Lonirans would
rush to buy city or suburban building lots
In tho now capital and Kcavis' occupation
would bo gone.- "When tbo question of tho
removal of the capital Is agitated in good
earnest, wo respoctfully suggest that tho
plan of tho Du Quoin "capitol nioier"
bo given a faithful hearing.
anxious to aco accomplished, or an
attompt tnada In that direction.
. Tho president' position on tho San Do
mingo quoitlon Is a safo one, to say the
least of It, nnd on clvll-sorvico roform,
what his promises on tho subjoct led tho
ponplo to oxpect. Tho document cannot
bo called a strong -ono and leaves un
touched sovornl mattors which cortalnly
cn'lttl for mention In eo Important a paper
m tho inaugural address of tho chief oxec-
utivo of tho country. It is ft matter of
opinion, perhaps as to tho good tasto of
tho concluding paragraph, n rather
lengthy ono, of which tho subjoct
is tho president's self. His rofaroncn to
tbo slanders and abuto of which ho has
been tho lubjoct, might well havo been
omitted on such on nccnslon and in the
presenco of people of all parts of the
country and of all parties. Tho people
nro prcparod to cudorso tho now adminis
tration when it proves that it deserves
such endorsoment, nnd tho president might
woll havo omitted his solf-pronounced vln-
dication and address himself to tho task of
earning it from tbo public.
THE PRESIDENT'S INAUGURAL.
It is safo to say that Uen. Grant wroto
his Inaugural, It is not a rcnrurkablo
document, and though tho president is not
given to a redundancy of worda, l.o might
havo said all that Is meant in tho inau
gural with many less than ho has used.
Tho address refers in u mcroly general
way to subjects in which all tho people
are intorostod, and on which
tholr views, without respect to
will coincide with his,
"Tho restoration of good feeling between
tho different sections of our common
'country j the restoration of our currency
' to a fixed valuation and standard in gold ;
tbo construction of cheap routes of trail
' sit throughout tho land, to the oud that
' lhproducts-of all section may llud a
1 ruurket and leave a living remuneration
'to tho producer; the intilntonnnco of
'friendly relations with all our neighbors
'and-with dtttant nations; tho establish
ment of our own oomtnerco and n aharo
'In tho carrying trade upon tho
'ocean; the encouragement of sucl
'manufacturing industries ns can bo
economically used in this country.
' to tho end that exports of homo product
and Industrie may pay for our imports
' the only sure method of returning to,
fend permanently maintaining, a specie
basis; tho elevation of labor, and bring
Mng tho aborigines! of tho country under
tho benign Influenco of education and
civilisation," aro all objects which the
peoplo, In common Willi tho executive, aro
THE STATU LEGISLATURE.
Special l)Ipatch to the .Missouri Rcptlbl
can. SriuxoriELD, Marcn -4. Tho roturn by
Into trnins last ovunlng of n number of
legislators and a consequent nresenco of a
quorum in each houses, lends to the legis
lative proceedings miner more interest
than they would otherwise possoss.
Tho senate met at the usual hour. 10
o'clock n.m., President Early in tho chair.
The following petitions wcro presented:
Uy Senator jiencnciiuc: Jtrom cmzensol
Kaskaka,protestinp: acainttanv chanco in
the present law regarding commons.
uy benator iiutnpton: Jtrom larmera oi
MoUoiioui'h county, asking for moro
stringent law in relation to railroads.
uv Senator rnitcrson: iToratno citizens
ol Whiteside county, remonstrating
against nny cbango in the temperance
Uy Sonator Talmor: A petition of tho
samo tenor, nlo asking a law establishing
Uy Sf-nator Snnford: From tho citizens
of Gnlosburg, asking an amendment to the
Hy Senator Ca6C : Asking that the
dupiicato geological specimens in tho
stato collections bo clvon to the educa
tional board of tho Northern Illinois Nor
Senator Loo's bill 41, for an act do
lining tho righu and liabilities of married
womun, was rend tho third tiino aud put
upon it passage, tliu voto resulting : ayes
IS, noes U. Ttio bill havingau emergency
cluutu required 31 voles, una It was
therefore lust. On motion the emergency
clause was stricken out and the bill passed;
nyes 30, noes -1.
Tiie main provisions or tu; uiu navo
already appeared In tlio 'Republican but
as it bus been amended somewhat, we give
tho provisions of tho bill ns passed which
are ns follows :
"That any married woman who shall
horcnltcr make, or enter Into nny con
tract, express or implied, in respect to
her mpenito business or propeorty, muy
sue end bo sued seucrately in nn notion nt
law, or in chancery, the same a if she
wore sole nnd untnarrieu, anu an oi iter
sopmito property, real nnd personal, may
lie subjected t tue payment nnd aatisiau
tion ot uny judgment or docreo rccovored
against her. Provided that tho same
umMnt of property, real and personal,
shall bo exempt from force sale, us if the
said married woman vus tbo head of a
tub oruxD JOKY SYSTJtJI.
A vory able report was presented to
day by tho special committee to whom
was rolorred tor liieir consideration hnd
investigation tho question of tho expe
diency oi aooiisuing tne gruna jury bys
tern. " A thousand copies of their report,
winch takes strong grounds in favor ot
ubolishiiii: the system, the committee bo-
n.tr unanimous in that direction, was or-
dcrod printed. In connection with tho
report the committee present n bill,
which entirely docs nwny with the grand
jury. Tho duty of examing into alleged
crimo devolves upon tne courts wntch
shall conduct uu open examination. The
bill proposes a radical, though much
needed change, uu; it is uouuttui it it can
IIOUBE PETITIONS .
A petition asking the repeal of tho tern
poranco Inw was presented by Mr. Lomax.
.Mr. Ohsrly preeoulcd u petition ngulnst
reiealing tho same law. fteveral potitions
praying lurthor railroad legislation wore
Tho following new bills woro introduced
and read by title ; Dy Mr. Collins: Pro-
vlding lor maKing tne unite ot railroad
and wurohouse coinmissiouer elective; by
Mr. Oiikwood: To amend road und bridge
aw; by air. Armstrong: to legalize
uiciai acts ot justices unuor act oi isti:
by Mr. Walker: Providing for collection
ot taxes ol iboi in wqok county; by Jlr.
.Houui: xo proviuo an uppropriatlou lor
btntu beard ot ugriculturo; by McAdams:
Providini: fur u law rcuuhitiui: doirs. This
bill Is of interest largely tu sheop own
ers. Several bills wore read it second time
nnd ordered to third reading.
Also nouso urn ay. autiiorizine branch
court", passed; yeas 113.
llotito bill iu-, to enaoia counties iiaviut:
it population of ouo liundred thousand or
more innuDitnuis to issue uonus up to tue
constitutional limitation, Road n third
timo and patsod ; yeas yd; nays 8.
Ilotiio bill UU laid over.
national exposition of tho products of ag
riculturr, manufactures anu mo linearis,
to bo hold at Vienna, Austria, commenc
ing May 1, '873, and terminating Octobar
31, of tho samo year, and requested tho
ftovarnor of tho sovoral slates to invito
tho patriotic people of their respuctivo
states to assist in tbopropor representation
of tbo handiwork of our nrtlzaps and tho
prolific resources of material wealth
with which our land is blessed;
Now, therefore, I, John L. Uovondge,
governor ol tho atalo of Illinois, In pursu
unco of said resolution, do borcby invite
tho pcolpo of this stato to participate- In
the advantages of this international expo,
sitlon, by furnishing for exhibition pro
ducts of our sol), minoral specimons nnd
works of mechanism and art, nnd I recom
mend to the peoplo of this stato to lmprovo
this opportnnity to study tho dovolop
mont nnd wealth, tho arts nnd clvlliz.
tion of tho natives of tho Old World, and
by a proper representation of tho products
ofngrlculturr, manufactures and flno arts
to show tliom tho riches of our soil, tho
vastness of cur mineral rcsouroi'8, nnd tho
rcmarkahlo skill, energy and intolllgcnco
of our citizens.
All persons desiring to tnko part in this
exposition can receive full instruction by
applyinc to the Hon. Tomus P.. Van
Duron. U.S. commissioner. 61 Chambers
strcot, Now i'ork; and to nny ciizon of
thisntnto desiring to represent any in
dun try or nrt of Illinois at said exposition
will bo given an Honorary commiasion on
behalf of tho state, on application to this
In pursuanco of which proclamation tho
governor has appointed ns honorary com
missioners Dr. Jos. M. Hirst nnd Col.
Trnnk A. Eastman of CbieRi;o; Lowis II.
I-eberrnnn. lu. of Ilcnrv. Mnrshnl
county, and Chas. Northrup of the Chi
cago ''rimes.' Sovcral others will proba
bly bo added to the commission.
Hon. Thos. Rideowav nnd Col. Richard
son of Shawnootown, nro in tbo city to
day, presumably in tho inlorcst of tho
claim upon tho'stato of that city on ac
count of its "big ditch."
Tho legislative committoo who havo
clmrgo of tho mattor havo not yot ro
ported, but will doubtlecs do to during
the present tveek.
Tho lobbv and callorv wore largely pat
ronized to-day, especially during tho after
noon session of tho senate, by ladles,
which accounts in n mcasuro for tho brief
and constantly rocurringl absenco from
tholr scats of several chlvnlrlc senators.
Sickness amonz the leuislators still con
tinues and consequent absenteeism.
Tliofcnale lor ft wmio mis noon mani
fested n disnositlon to do without dinner
on the ground that thn peoplo wanted tho
lecijlators to work. Finally tho cravings
of thelrstomachs pursuaded tho senators
that tholr constituents, though desiring
them to work, did not doslro thorn to
starve hence, nn adjournment until aftor-noon.
ItOTAL MAIL STEAM EltM.
CAnilYlNU TIIK UUITIKII HAII.H
Steam Scml-AVeckly Between
NEW YORK AND LIVETIPOOL
Pa'ccnccM bnoknl to London, Glasgow,
Londonderry, Cardltl, Bristol, and Fnmcc,
uennany, weuen, Norway anu ucnmnrK
And Krom tho above namrd plarci to all tho
principal Italhviy t-tallons in tho United
Statco on Through tickets.
Asi Expcrlrnrm Surfcpoii In Atlnrliril
to oncli Mcaiiier.
Tho attention ofn(ionn tvlshintr to send
to the Old Country lor thclrtrleud, Iscilled
to tho great fiicllltle offered by till" celo
bratcd Lino of Ocean Steamship, which hat
been In fUcccHKhil operation hlnco lbjt, und
unmncrg iuiikiicci snmo oi tuo lurgcti, nt
well us the laHest steamers afloat.
F.C. DllOW.V, OpiiM Wont Ae'l,
80 S. Market St., Chicago.
SAl'FORD, MOMUS k OANDEE,
I.OVAI. AGENTS, CAIRO.
INMAN LINE '
MTrrpoo! Kaw-York 8hJ PhUaJelptilt
vsota coaifcACi wua vxiTkn ititis iid iuitisu
For CarrjlnK tho
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
ob rCKTniB ixroaMiTioR
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALK, Aot
18 Broodwaj, New-York, ortu
II. II o II p t ,
Whlnglon Afeana Ctiro. Illinois.
House bill IOC, to nulhurorizo flvo-slxths
ol n jury to render u vordict, road a
third timo nnd fulled to pass; yeas D'Jj
Mr. llrndwell entered a motion to re
Notwithstanding tho championship of
iluduo llradwell of tho 'Leuul Kowt.' tho
billhas no chanco of passage, a majority
ot mo mctnuers and very properiy,oppusiiig
a mero milority vordict by luiljs. Tho
houio adjourned ut 12:30, until to-morrow.
I) ILLS 1'AbbKD.
Senate bill 113, providing for tho col
lection of rovenuu, nnd for the ralo of real
estate for the non-payment of tuxes for
stnte, county, municipal mid other pur
poses for the year 187'.', in citicH situated
in counties under township organization,
In which no collection Is now provided
for, was called up and passed by a vote of
110 yens, nays 0. This appeared In tho
Jlppiiuitcan' upon n introduction in tue
senate. It wat Introduced iu tho interest
of Ouincv. primarily.
House mil uuu, in rotation to lovy anu
collection ot taxe4, heretofore reported in
thn 'Republicnn,' w read n third timo
nnd patied. Yeas 100; nays S,
ILLINOIS AT THE VIBNN'A KXI'OSITION.
Gov. floverldgethls nftornoon issuod the
following proclamation with referenco to
tbo Vienna exposition:
" Whereatcongrcss, by a joint resolution,
approved February 14, mado provision to
enabln the people of tho United States to
participate In tbo advantage of tho later-
FOR BALK,! rorfiaU f FOR HA 1,1'.
COH SALE. J ForB!e 1 FOR BALK
Furo from LiVKnrooL,
Faro from Lokdcndkurt
Faro from Glahoow,
Faro from Qojcenbtowk
TO CAIRO, ;:::::: ?4 8 2P
FarTon, Morrli A- Candee Agents,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
JOMMINHIN AND 'UKWAKnilt.
PUnWAHDINfJ and COMMISSION
ItKltilUAn TN, .
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
Aud AKOBti) ct
IniO niVEU AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levkk,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Muocestors to K. It. Uradrloica A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adtuncpmeulii made
tjji upon ConslKnmenU.
Are r"I'"'J to rtcelTo, ttoro and lorwri
freiKhtc to all points and bur and
rH on coiotnlMton,
rtviliiniaeflrf Altonded to promptly; "
S. 1). AVEH3.
K. J. AYKItH
AYERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onio Lkvie, Cairo, III?.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKAI.EH IS
AND MILL FEUD.
JOHN B. PHLLI8 & SON,
(BuooDKBoru to Jolio II. i'hllln.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cor. TENTH-BT. xvv OHIO LEVE
vpoin. MUntton giren to AdmlrHr sod
OyriOK oniOLKVKK.llOOMB 7 AUD 8 OVKD
OlTT NATIONAL IIAXK.
David T. Lincg'ir. .lolui. 31. 1.ansden.
LINEGAR & LANSDEX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office-on Sovcnth Mrect, Winter' btoek
old (illk'O of MncKar, Munn ft Cope, 'J.'Jl.lm
D ALE k IK
Onrs LevR Oaiuo, III.
G. "M. AL1) T,
I.at! of Thomas & Alden,
A I? D
FLOUR, XCAL, GRAIN, HAY, Ac.
No, 135 Ohio Lr.vnn, Caiko.
t3TCafch ndvtmccs on (Joods on hl(jht.
ItKirKiiftNCKS i City National HanU ol
Cniro, First National Dank of Chicago.
Railroad Advertise mcnts.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS iou FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE & RRO,
oncral Coniinissioa Merchants
183 OHIO LKVEE,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
100 MIlMlbe Nbortrat Itontc
Elghtx Hllaa the BbitrtMt Roistn
TO ST. LOUIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
KROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
OM CAIKO TO
Cincinnati, i..lltnpollt, Toledo,
Detroit, Clerrlnnd. h'lRr Filli
llntUlo, I'ltlnliuiK, WuhlnKton.
Uklllmore, 'rhlUdflphln, New York,
Boston and ll pomii nut.
MllWlllkl. J0HTltl. M,ll.nn
I,Cro, Bt. Paul and all polula north.
Thn U atao the onljr direct route to
Water. ntnomlnston. ai
lVofla, OHlncT, Keokuk,
Huilington; Hock Island, Ia Ball p.
Mffndola. Illson. r.unnrt
Ualena, DubuiU. Hloui ultr,
EIei;int Drawing Room Slooplng Cr
un nn xiigut Arams.
DtKe Checked to all Important polntn.
For licketa and Information, anntr r. n it.it
deimtat I'alroj on hoard tne transit aUuunorlw
twomi Columbu and Cairo, and at th prlncip
railroad ticket offlcaa thmnihout th aautli.
Vf. i: JOIIK.IOM, Ofn'l I'ans. AR't, Chicago.
A. Mircimi, Clpn'l. Htip't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, AR't, Cairo.
SPRINGFIELD AN D ILLINOIS
SOUTH KASTEHN It. K.
On and after Monday, April 34th, 1872
trams win run ns loiiows:
,. 6. e
.. 8.17 "
TaAtta soiro aocrniAiT.
LeMr Virginia. 8:40 a. tn
Kprlngm-ld DiO "
' TaTlorTllla 10.6 "
Arrito at Wn. U.ts
I.mtb I'ana 4.00 a. m J.3J a..m
" Tavlortlllc 4.40 ' A. ft 1-
ArrlTeat8prinnfleld...e,11 " o.oo "
l.ato oprininttin. n.o ,M c.io
Arrive at VirKinia 8.5 8.15
TaAiNs oj in foctimn,
Lrare El(;wood 6.30a.m.. 10.10 p.ir
" Flora.... 8.6 .lt.40
Arrltr al 8hawnel'n .3 ' 6 16
main crokn ntheet,
CARMI, - ILLINOIS.
Oood stahlln connected with the house,
and sample room lor commercial traveler".
Free oiiinlhus to and from all trains.
2-5 Cmd. .1. M. DAM RON, Proprietor.
On Commercial nvciuic, hetwoon Ttvcllt
and Thirteenth streets.
GUESTS W1LLF1ND GOOD ROOMS AND
TIIK VEltY BEST OF IlEDB
.AT THIS HOTOE:
Transient Fntronage Solicited.
Mkh. Kllkn McCakthy. l'ronr.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, M. T.,
OIBMANIA, K. T.,
' i.wa.Tsi m
IIANOVBR, Jf, T.,
A",t't" 7W SU (
Kicruiit.ii;, St r.,
A', - Tll.MS Oil
Comprlalnn the tlinlnrltr' Afcenoy.
TONKKItH, N. Y.,
' 7p) 4D4
'""" tatli 4.MI 133
FIRKUIN'A Ff?MD, 8. y
KCURITY, H. Y. UARINK,
nn'lilZtlVJ' 'urnltisr, Ilulls and Car
W. II. Morna, h, , (.,nJ
Noury Public Mo. Pub. .ad V. IS. Com
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
NORTH AMKRIOA, PA.,
"'" .t2,M,10 7J
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
...m l.US.IM I
t -, 7!,M7
JKO. F. TAV, ProprUtor.
Watch kept day and nifjlit for host and
TERMS TWO DOLLARS PER DAY.
Ohio Levee, corner of Sixth street,
2-1 tf. CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Northeast Conur Public Square,
A. CARUTII Proprietor.
1'hli house hasrerently been repaired and
liin)Wi" 'J' throughout. It In convent-
cut to the Ijitshicks houses and the court
house. Uood baitiple roomn.
WriNEN AUD LKIOUHN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, j
Also, ketp constantly on hand a most com
plete atock of
HOOTCH AND IRISH T7HI8KIXS
(1 I N H,
Fort, Maderio, Shorry and Catawba Vin
r HMYTH & CO. tcTTexclualTely for each, to
rl. nhloh fact ther Infite tho epcUl atten
tion af oloio lmrnalu biijrH.
F. M. STOOKFLETH,
auccaaroa o ronii a STOoarniH
KrctHer nnri WhoIeNsale IScale In
Foreign and Domestic
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Ouio Levxe,
. OAIUO, ILLINOIS
Kkrnnaon hand conatanllr full atocko
Old Kentucky Uourbou, llyo and Uononla
Wblaklaa. French llrandfea, Hrl mi
nn anu liniuornia mnea
I, D. MAfUUBB..
x. a ,vni
MATHUSS & UnL,
ASD OK2VERAI. :
Com mi s a ioy Merchants
iAY AND WE8TERN PRODUCE
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
WINES AND LIQUORS
Coniiuerulul Avo.,,'or. Hth St.
Always on hand a supply of Scotch Ale,
London Porter, llreinen Ilecr, Charlreii"C,
Aml-ctt.Maraucclno and Hennesny llrmidy.
Ale, Porter and 'alt and tilf to bu found on
"WAULii MANUFAUTOll t
For Salo at Wliolcsalo or Retail.
COBNIB 32D-BTREET AND OHIO LKVI
CLLVKLAND, CLEVELAND, (
t ........ 4H,73 SS
Aaseta llM.ns 41
AMERICA CENTRAL, MO.,
! -.... .....IW0,J U
COMNEOTICCT MUTUAL. LIFE.
AaaaU ... tan,000,0oo 00
TRAVELERS', UARTFOHD, LIFE AND
Assets 11,600,000 V
RAIL WAT PAHSE.NQERS ASSURANCE
TSt - ...fSO0,O00 00
Aats. .. .... ..leso.wa oo
aAFFORD. MORRIS Si CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lve,
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
CE.VT'L.OrricE, ITi WadiiinotohSt.
This German Life Insurance Company
piarantues not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - President
U. KNOBELHDORF, - - Becroturt
JOHN W. PKITESS.
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Relief by weekly dues and mutual
cc-opcratlon In obJccU ol public bcnellt.
Tho Lite Insurance PollcleM will bo litsucd
by the Tcutoula Life Insurance Company.
H. MEYERS, Prostdont.
JOHN W. PRUESS, Ao'T.
SUIT rorCtelrosmd vicinity.
RKAE, ESTATE AOENOT
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second floob) ohio lxvxb,
Buy and Sell Real Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And peer-are Conrejancei ofKlodi!
John Q. Haruian. Chas. Thrupp
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Nor lit Cor, Oils Ut, ami Olilol.evre.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing mido a
specialty. Real Estate bought and told.
E3J-Taxc8 Paid, etc.
WM. GLENN & SON'S
HEAD QUARTERS FOR GROCERIES
COFFEE. Rio, Lguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, N. O., Hard & Soft Refined,
SYltUrS. New Orleans and Eastern.
WE MAKE SPECIALITIES OF
tO 7i Vim Si. CINCWXATI.
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Our Homo Advertisers.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Fnrmlp Mtvntiilnr ItitAti.tltw m.
to Kentucky. doMrcn to illnpoto of her larie
Irninf.rtlnf flv. Ih a-.im f.ttti... . ,
?i KP,0,l,t 31". Jackaon has delcnnlued
to oiler tho
ENTIRE 8TOCIC AT COST
inl,.!iilviliM,lJ?,,,.,,,0',?,cro "'' vlr'olty
Mr?f J wkW ,,,C' Uc,lro BaoJ b!,r,fAl""
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
ihlTiit-V1 V.'Va h.avlnf ,,een clctcd from
11)0 lAtfl fftll atVlMB ImiiAn l .1 1
i.,M, Jill? rll,,''". flowcrx, hoMcr
lm? Ai,.HnM,,,'!w.?en on"nrclal aoi Wash
- 'i i- -nr rncemnc
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATK8T VALI, AND W1MTK11 KTTLKS
lloaiileaatull lino of
3302ST2Nr32TS & HATS
ITrimmrxl aoil untrimmad,
KltENCU FLOWERS. HIUUUNa, THIMm.Nllt
of all kloili, Im, etc., ato,
Mra. Medea ha alao a large M.ortment o
Kanoy Artlelea, auoti aa
TI.W, OlLLARrt, U.tflEHHLKKVEH.
UPUlAl 11 SUIIINS u a .- '
WrS-l',0I3UV7 tr A Airla
And tl otbtraritci uitnllr found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mw. McOec, In addition to her Htoclt of
yncy and Millinery Uood. Imantlnaonn and
i miiloto ahMirtment or Cincinnati Cutoiii
ode Ladloa' and Mlssck' Hliocn and Will
anu' Jlootn, Illack nnd in Colors. Tlieso
e Bcknotvlodcd to be tho fluent und bet
n the market, and this Is tho only
tho city that makca them a specialty
HARRY WALKER Prop'r.
This house Is newly fitted tip with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The aatoon It stocked with tho lie
are compounded In the most approved atyle
1ST Come and see for yourself. Jgl
o o $
Z S 1..
J. C. HUELS,
Late of St. Louie.
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
ComerTwcllth btrcetand Commercial Ave
HLANK IJOOICS of every dcscrlntlon done
with noatness nnd dispatch. All kinds of
rtilliiL' done at Miort notlco. Illhlcs, Jltulc.
Mairazlncn and Porlodlcals bound neat and
at tliolowcut lioshihlo ratPK. ,,.,.
County work, Mich aa Record, DofS
Fee RookH. ltlanfcts. etc.. made i n i pcclal lt
Uoxob, Pocket Uooks, KmolotiOB. etc.,
made to o"'"r 1
No; 10 COUUKBCIAL AVBNCt,
French, Scotch and American caulnie to
of all colc-M, and beaver and broad cloths
-CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up Inthe
And at the lowest prlci, A fine tttand first
olaae work guaranteed. Satlifartio in all r