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THE CAIRO BUIXETIIST, APEIL 4, 18701
IS . AJ A A. . a.
r,ohLs army mu,.
i Tlie ( hicnco Tribune attacks Oenernl
ijau's nrmy Mil, mid strikes nttliat gen--man
several vimllctWo blows. In ml
' iostinR hi bill, tin Tribunr says, "Gen-
(I .1.11.1. ... I i nr nr I u'fi urn L I ruin i .mi.iriLi
K lunmii), and wo think that the peop10
the United States will Incline to tlio 'oe-i
. i r . I UL.mi,ii li ii m ),, )r,t
1 i . M
Thii U an assertion which, in our opin-
it. fantj tvtlt tint euatnln nntl nt.
. toutfli we are ncimcr n perfuuni nur
'lltical friend of Mr. Logan, wo shall hot
. . low it to co unquestioned to the country.
J 'lJ-rtru... W-. iK'n ;,,vPiSnnhlliiillfti.d
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1 Vk' t rtf lt, XfttUd,. I'limiiiltdm
r X L'llllli I1IMH .V .. vuiiiiiiiiiiv,
Hitmlum into tl... iiouiuol Coiiiwj h
ill t,, r.Mhii-d tlmjiumljiT of Maior-Giin
U ny OIHlTr oil mu iTiircu nil iruiii ni.-i:upi
v r ini'Mi Ml cat o I cl'i to- rtMUCe llie su
it" llin (Snnnnii nnd l.Si'iltGliniiUfii'D
if' raii.f the Arniv. and to id tmiti irom
s..,r.ll iiniiiritil(ivrii"nfliirii In (lihtnil
The bill containing these provisions was
i' doptol by nn almost unanimous voto i
i :ie Heme, and its- friends had: oTory rea
Djon to bclievu tbnt.it would pass the. Sen
t with but iittio opposition. But, pd
'inciti coiAldoratlon in theSenatu.'thi
ttcncrnl of the Army addresses a letter to
k Scoitor, attacking the biljj and in effect
torblddinc Its passage. If we admit that
jhe bill in chcIi of its provisions was ob
cctlonsble, wc shall still be unable to ex
. ue this act on tho part of the highest
Military offlccr of tho Republic. The
"nembcrs of the legislative branch of"th
government should be considered wis
'nough to legislate for tho country with
'ut dictation from tho nrmy. lho pre
edtnt established by General Sherman Is
dangerous one. If ho Is justified In saying
o Congress "you mustnotpasikbll) which
' cduceiiiy salary," He may torbid the pass
sgnof any other bill) and if ho is not rc
.'inked for the Orst otfento lie will not let any
ipportunlty to makohli Influonco felt pass
.y unimproved. Thoro can no no provoca
tion Hitllclently great to Jimtlfy the highest
.unitary otllcer or too nation in saying
.'oiigrets : "You must not pats that bill !'
Adm!iion of tho right of the General to
Jo thl', U nnK'lamatlon of the existence of
Vnllltary despotism ; or, at best, Isnrucog
uitlon of the domlmitlbnin tho affairs of
the lltpublic of a mllilaryollgarchy.
But what Is tho bill to which the General
lakes em-ptions ? It provides for tho dis
'barge from service of certain superfluous
nllitAry oflicert, and for the reduction of
thetiilarios of the General and Llouteuant
jtiencrnl of tho army. That Is tho kornol
)f tho proposed measure. We have an
inuyof 30,000 men. Tho countrv It at
l,H-uec. And to command this army we
tnnve a General, LleiitenaiU-Goncral, fiv
'Miijur-Ciunonili and uight IJrigadlur Gen
Vrak Even tho Chicago Tribune does not
claim thiil tli cu otllcern are all neccmry
.,nit my that the superfluous otlWurs should
jl? retuinwl in crvke, though itkulesi, by a
jgnitrful country. This is language that
tluuin it tho rinir of patriotic lilerality, biit
It will not satisfy thu Ux-payers. Tlierc
are many thouminds of men poor men-
toiling for their daily pittance ; who, in
the canto of the Union, paicd throng!
morn trying hard-hips than these Generals
but they wero promptly discharged, arid
the grateful lladlcal Congress cannot bo In
duced to give then) even what Is their duo,
'And throughout nil tho land the widows
ana orpliiim of men who laid down tliei
lives in battle for their country,
are crying for support, and are
crying in vain. With theso facts within
the kuowludifo of all thu nconlu the
ilun-trap argument of tho VVt
lune. that the country should, In gratitude
for services performed, employ twice as
many officers as wo need, nnd pay to them
salaries, In amount twice as great as they
should be, will not havo the deslrod effect,
ilr. Logan, wrong in many things, Is right
in thii matter. A 'id General Sherman
knows that ho Ik, Jieforo it wus submitted
to Congress, the bill was read by Mr,
ogan to the General, who suggested two
changes only. One was made. Tho other,
tlmthu talury of $111,000 a year should not
1m) reduced, was not mado; and In this fact
Is the explanation of the General's romack-
able letter. The Tribune, or late days, has
been inclining towards liberal politics, and
hit shown a dUpoMtion to leave the past
and join hands in tho present with the
Democrats who aro willing to battlo on
living isuci, but it cannot obtain admission
to the fellowship of such Democrats unless
it csn cut looso from advocacy of every
thing that looks liko military dictation.
IfSfThe Vienna Artery says :
Tlio Cairo UuLi.r.TiN is trying to get a
side how to the Kepubllcan Convention,
with Gov. Dougherty and I). T. Linegar
as actors. We are awaro that Munn is a
constant terror to Oborly and his crow,
and hence no effort to get Dan. off tho
track will le spared,
Thii paragraph docs us great injustice.
Wc have made no attempt to get up a side
show. The grand menagerie is attracting
all our attention, and we are anxious to
oUervotlio conduct of the Itadical animals
under tho new order of things. We want
to see Lion Munn and Lamb Shores lying
down together. Linegar, In his capacity
of showman, lm our best wishes, hut wo
insure thu lrry that its favorite has' no
terror fo; u. Wu huve often laid our
hsndupon hi mano, and played familiar I
with his flowing ' locks.
Wo long since
puacbed out his teeth,
MAJOR-GEiXERAL GEORGE 11.
TJffljti'ffiff the death of Major-Onem!'!
(ioorgc II. Tlittiims has created ft profound'
sensation turotighont t ho country. lie was
regarded with respoot nnd affection
throughout this entire country, iu well ht tho
.South in nt tlio North. The deceased wn
born in Southampton county, Vu., in 1820,
and win thereforu isnly In his llftleth your
I . I 1. .1.
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i from the military academy In 1840, and on-
terodtna nrmy nt seeomi lieutenant oi tin?
artillery, in 1841, no was brovetted r
lieutenant for gnllanl service, in the, Florida
,war, ana wa promoieu.to luiu-iinx in leu
For ilonttTi-y ho fan brevnltl captain, in
1840, nnu'ine loiiowing year tccpivmi me
brovet of major, for Bucua Vista. From
1850 to 1855 be was ini'.metor of cavalry
and artillery at West Point, and in 18.13
iwtu promoted to captain in 'his regiment
Mil 1S05, ho wf made mftjor of tbeseeimd
regiment of cavalry, and held thU rank at
j tllt,ollUlfnlWof tl ltc- war. Attlmtti
hi regiment was in Texas, urid he was
North upon leave of absence. By agree
ment between Gen. Twiggs and the Texas
:anthoritie, the regiment was" disarmed
and ordered -out of the Stuto. Major
Thomas was directed to take command of
It upon arrival in Now York, conduct it to
Carlisle Bnrracks, Pennsylvania, and fit it
for active service. This duty he performed,
remaining at Carlislo until late in May,
1801, during which timo he was promoted
to bo lieutenant colonel of his regiment.
viee R. E. Lee, resigned, and colonel, rice
Albert Sidney Johnson, resigned. Juno 1,
18Gl,ho reported for duty to Major Genera)
Patterson, and was assigned to the com
mand of tho first brigade of tho army of
Pennsylvania, which ho led in lho affair
at Hogo's Kun, In Pattorson's advance
on Martlnsburgh, Va. August 17, 1801,
ho was appointed brlgadiergcneral of
volunteers, relieved from duty with the
army of tho Shenandoah, and ordered to
report to General Anderson, commanding
the apartment of tho Cumberland. Ho
was assigned to the command of Camp
Dick Uoblnson, Kentucky, where ho organ
Ir.ed sevctal regiments of Tennessee and
Kentucky troops. Here his command had
some littlo skirmishing with the enemy,
under Zollicoffer. November 17, 18G1,
ho was ordered to move his command to
Lebanon, Kentucky, and November 30th
wac assigned to the command of the first
division of the army of tho Ohio. With
this command,' January 19, 1802. he
fought tho brilliant littlo battle of Mill
Springs, In which ho completely defeated
a superior force of the enemy, under Gen,
olliconor, who was killed. lliii was
about the first decided success of our arms
during the war, and brought the gallant
Thomas at once into prominence. April
25, 1802, he was appointed major general
of volunteers. Ho was transferred, with
his command, to the army of the Tennes
see, and was assigned to the command of
the right wing of tho army before Corinth,
consisting of five divisions, one of which
wa commanded by W. T. Sherman, now
lho general of our ariaio. With this
force ho participated in the battlo of Cor
Inth. During August, 1862, ho again
commanded the first division of tho armv
of tho Ohio, under Gen. Buell, and Sept
was assigned to the command of Nash
ville, garrisoned by his own division, and
those of Generals Neglcy and Palmer.
Sept. 20, lie was offered thu command
of the army of the Ohio, but declined, and
was announced as second ir. command on
tho following day, and commanded the
right wing In tho battle of Perryvlllo
when General Rosccrans relieved General
Buell, Thomas was put in command of tho
enure uivision oi ine army, then delgna-
ted as the army of Cumberland, with
uvo division under him, and with this
commund ht vro a most prominent pnrt
in thu bloody buttles of Murfwsboro nnd
.Stone river, iu Jusuury, 1603. On the i'th
of luniiiiry his coinnmrid wut deklgnutodus
the Fourteenth nrmy corps, lio held this
commund during tlio summer of 18C:,
lighting it In tho terrible eon
Met known as thu bnttlo of Chlcknmuugit
Oct. 19, 1803, ho relieved (ien. Iloteeriins
in thu comniHtid of tho Hrmy of the Cum
licrlimd, conkUting of four corp und three
cavalry divisiont, with which hoconducted
tho operutions about Chuttanoogn up to
May, 1804, tho battles of Missionary ltldgo
nu J.ooKoiu jsounmin ocing ineiUents ol
t,A nmrmlon. ...-hleh rL i,, .Lt..t
' ... .. . "
tno enemy irom Vinnuanooga, unci opening
Important lines or roads. In may, ISCt.
ho took tlio nelu in command of the armv
of the Cumberland, with which ho parttci
patcd in the operations beforo Atlantu,
which resulted in tho overthrow of tho
rebel army in tho West, and Sherman's
march to the sea. When Sherman cut
looso, Gen. Thoinsi) was left in commund
of tho military diviklon of tho Mississippi,
and thoroughly wiped out tho rehol Gen-
cral Hood, closing his active military
carocr with this brilliant achievement.
Ht was made a brigadior general in
tho regular army, Oct., 27, 1803, and major
general Dec. IS, IPCs. At the timo of
his death he commanded tho department of
tho Pacific. In peace, his conduct has been
as unobstrusivo as it was gallant in war,
General Irwin McDowell is tho ranking
brigadior general, and should gain a
grade by the death of General Thomas.
Victor Hugo, writing to Rocheford
ays ; "l doubt wnetnor my letters reacned
you. I clasp your hand, dear outlaw,
dear conquererl" Tho dear old fool, is
evidently in his dotage.
It Is not uncommon, when a Call-
forniun is going on a journey, for his
friends to usK HI in : "l'o you take your
W'fe' do you go for pleasure ?"
Amos has been admitted to the Sen-
atr, by a vote of 90 ay ei to 13 nays.
. Itilii.i 1 1 l'
&T Tlio great plague of San'Trnneiico
is Ileal. Xew vNltons, If young nnd tender,
aroVprcforred to old residents.
fl - -
Tim ChiucAO are not barlmriah,
asis generally supposed. Everyman can
read and wrlto in his own tonguo. They
do not drink nnd nre not thieves. The
number arriving In San Francisco, month
ly, Is 1,000.
BsSfMlnnesotii ha a dog that lias been
taught to sing Etclmnge,
A cotcmporitry nsserl.', that this is noth
ing; that he knowsa dog thai edit n news
paper, an assertion which proves that the
editor lias not been unmindful lf the com
mand i"Know thvsclf.7'
Urothf flit-I.im ,
An exchange suggests that Congress
Miould either abolish tho position of brother-in-law
to the President'or requlro it to
To tho parent whotu son diis in Infancy
there must be something peculiarly sooth
ing in tho thought that, no matter what
may be the fate of tho child in the next
world, it can never beconie n member of a
base-ball club in this. Louisville Journal
Would Hhc t
The newspapers are permitted to an
nounce that General llutlur's daughter is
to marryox-Gcncrnl Ames. Nobody ever
blamed heron her father's account, because
nobody would havo thought that he could
have helped it; but when she comes to take
Ames, with her. eyes wide open, it looks
very much ns if she wouldn't have helped
it if sho could. Louisville Journal.
An Indianapolis woman recently gave
birth to a child during her husband's nb.
sence. and tlio neighbors borrowed two
other babies and placed them in bed with
tho little stranger. When the father aked
to sco his child, tho coverlid was turned
down. Ho cooty turned to his wife and
asked : "Did any get nway?"
Jim Flsk lately used this reniarknblo
figure of spcach in regard to Snm Barlow,
one of his financiering nntnpoiiit. He
chargod Sam with "pirating around to ee
what ho cold root out, ' and said ho had
"struck a barren placer which did not pan
out enough to pay for tho court-plaster to
cover the raw spot which his rooting made
on the end of hi' nose."
I was in lovo once with a fat girl. Shu
was very fleshy. She wascnormou. But
tho course of true love camo to grief. I
was sitting with her in the dim twilight
one evening. I was sentimental ; I said
many soft things; I embraced part of her.
She seemed distant. She frequently turned
her lovely head from me. At last I
thought 1 heard tho murmur of voices on
tho other Me. I arose nnd walked around,
and there I found another fellow courting
her on tho left think.
1 was indignant,
and upbmid'.il her fur her trencliery In thu
conceiting from me nnotlier lovo. Sho
liiuglicd ut my conceit, ns if she wore not
5TAV0h " om'c,Foot of Fourth Street,
TIIKHT.MtllOLASIIOTKL AMIUKSTAI IIANT.
Tills poptilur nnd eligibly lucnted home
of public cntertiiinment is now lilted nnd
furnished throughout In good style; und,
under thu mnnni'ement of .Mer. Wnlher
Si Slisson, is doing u large nnd thriving
htisiiiess. It is kept upon the Huropemi
plnn the guest culling for what he vunt
nnd uhen lie wants it, whether In the day
or night time, nnd pnylng only for whtu
he orders. Tim rooms iiru lurge und eh-nn,
fitrnUhed with tho he-t of bed und bed
ding, while all other fetitures of thu cs-
.i,iuiiin..n nr.. ur.nA with mi iwe!l
Lvo t0 lJa, Co,frt nd convenience of the
CIIKU'KK AMI (limi'KIt ST 1 1. 1,.
Aurora Oil can be had at forty centt a
gallon, and suitable burners given free of
charge, to thosu who will patronise Kwell
Jacob, at No. 02, Ohio Lovc-o,
.lust received ut 1'. Ni-H"s, No. Ohio
Leveu, u splendid lot of spring Criiiiierc,
Coutliig nnd Vesting, which will bomiido
up in thn most fushloniihle styles, mid ut
price, to Miit tint linn's, n perfi-et lit uuiir-
aut.ii'd or no sale. tf
Tlio Continental is tho onlv cook stove
with sliding oven door. Warranted In
all respects. I'itcluT A Henry, at 1H2
Commercial avenue, cor. l'.'th strict.
Tho St. Nicholas Itilllard Hall U ono
of the largest nnd best furnished iu tlio
country. It is the resort of both citizens
und strangers who iudulgo In billiard
Youths'boys' und Children's clothes, nt
lea than Now York prices, will bo sold
this week, nt P. XefTs, regardless of cost.
Juht Kkceivkd. Sho Shoo Fly Klllott
anv Don't Ilodder Mo Huts nnd caps at
P. Netrs, No. 79 Ohio Levee.
Clothing for tho million ut 1. Nofl"s Nn
79 Ohio lovce. Tho best gxl in the city
will bo found at this house. tf
Pitcher 6i Henry's largo stock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc.,
will bo told without regard To cost.
Good Cotton Socks, only 15 cents per"
pair or $ 1 25 cents per doz., at P. Nell's,
No. 79, Ohio Levee. tf.
ItAROAI.NHl JlAKOAINhl-A good Htlit of
clothing for ten dollars, at P. NelTs, 79
Drawers and Undershirts, nt ti sncrilleo
at P. NclP.1, No 79 Ohio Lovco.
Ender's Chill Cure. "It nover
Ptntoof IlllnnK AlMnnder County, m
dcr County Cireiilt Court.
In tho nrnttf-rot SnniuolStnnts Taylor and Edwin
l'nrson Tru-tifi of tlie CilroC'ily Property v.
;ii.irl' Heli Hiiui'jer.ihil AuUuw l'upp. On hill
toeiil'oicc Wnilur - l.len.
Public notice I- het iy clvrn, tlintln pursuance
of n ileeii'tMl older etiliifl ni 1 1n nlioo entitled
.nun. .1, .nlH t.nmt. mi iheiKith dnv I'f Hellll'lll-
ber, A I). IHi'J, of l!n c plt-nil'cr 'term hereof, ,
A. II. IS'.'. I. .lolin (J. Hurinnii. .Mnler In Clmni'fr)
if .ild lountv, will, on thu .Ninth dii) ir April A.
1. Wo, nt a o1c;oek In lb" afternoon f id dn) .
rlln' pul.lli! auction to the luuhct hlddcr, lr
cali oc IJM smiiu.Ht'si uuwr ui i-uum-h"ii
In the city of Cnho, In said county the folloirlnR
lied rrn mute, situnto in in
ha " rt lilill.
linn in ii. ..in- ..r hin In I hp eoimtv of A exn
iler mid htnto of Illinois, to. wit: Lots numbered
Three Pour (4) mid PIe(A), in liloeU number
ed tlx (Mas linuHii tid (ieslKiinted on tho record,
eil iiiniinr nlut llieieof tnnetlii r lth all and sin
uinr Hie ii'ueuienis nmi in'reunuiiirui incmM,v
X O. 11AJIMAN.
MKster In CliMiccry.
Cairo, Illinois, Mnreh tctli, A. V, 170.
Ciutiil iIm of Ami'rlca, sotithem IMtrnt of
IIIiiij , , ...
Wheri k, on the aist dny of January, A. I.
V, .liiuie K Hi'lumv Hie I a liliel In the I I 1 1 let
Cmrtor the t'nlted Hliiteifur the Southern Dis
trict of lllln n.slti-l the KlMtnUiHt 'HeiiKAl
Tiier" !'! lKi.1t-. t.u'lile, np)K'ii'l and furniture.
piavlnt that tlio Hiune may he eoinlemiied
in iieenrilHtico with tho player of said llhe .
And MheieiK. by Mrliine of pioee hidiiefoitn of
law, lo iiim directed, retiiru.'iolo on the lirt .Mini
duv In (Iclolier, I lme Mir.ed niion und taken llie
eiu'ii uteniulHiart "lleiiKsl Tlnr'' her boat, tackle,
npp.ircl mid furnlluie, ami halo tho mioc 111 my
""nIH'ii'i In herebv sicn, that n I)ltrlct Court of
the United State will be held at the Dulled Mutes
Court Itoom, ill the city of Calm, on the Brit M ti
ilnv In October for the trial ot the aid preinie,
anil the owner or owners and peron who lime
irelaliii any IntereM ttiereiii, are hereby eiled lo,
I o nnd pM-ar at the lime nnd place aforc-ald, lo
nhow eause. if iinv they tune, whs n decree shiiilld
not be r mlered In nccordaiie.. with tho prayer of
U. S. Mnrslmll.
March. 17th. I7.
f-tateof Illinois. Aletinnder County, ss. Alexan
der County Circuit Court.
In the witter of Joeph MrKcnzio and Newton
line, flri.l of MchensleA U'ce, vs Peter Ziln
tiierm.in. tin petttinn fur .Mirh'inlcs Men.
l'i i'c Netlre i hereby Risen, that In puruaiico
' , iel.il older enleied in the elxne entitled
rmi-e, in .he Court ol Coiummi Pleas, of the city
of Cairo, on the .' Id dny id .VmmmiiIh r, A. I). In, ,
of lh Noseii lierteriu. U7, of sld Court of Cetn
inon PI i,nnd meriain order enlered In the anl
Circuit Court of Alexander cmmly, on the llrt
davof lletnlier, A. IM-'C'. of the September term
I nil, of said Circuit Coutl, 1, John H. Ilarnuii,
Martt rlu Chancer) fur anl euir', on the Moth
day of April A. I). If'o, at J o'clock ui tlsi tfter
liiionof mimI thy, will pell nt public 0iclien tn the
liijtlie-l hnlder, fr mill, lit the -olllli.we.t diinrnf
the court holl-o In the e.lv nf l'a rn, In Mililrolin
t),thefullowlni ilcunbeii rl e-tate, mIuiiIii III
the Kirt AiIiMiiih to the city of Cairo, count) nf
Alexander and Male of lllilnd-, tn-wili l.l.t 11 tj til
bered Twcntv-eitflit (2l In Hnek tiuinls'red
KorH-elijht (4) tt' knomi ntnl deunted on the
recoiiled innji r plat thereof, together with all
iilnlAl!millar the leneliients and hereditaments
JOHN Q. HAI.M.IN,
M.i.ter tn Chancery.
Cairo. IlllnoH, March lfith.A. I 174.
into ii.iuiiKL iwcroiiv
..... AMI.. .
LIQUOR KEGS OF ALL SUES
on ii,m ii ma nr. to oRiir.n.
At the Cairo Ilnrrcl Ksctory,
V 3EX I IMC 3VX I XsT Or,
(In host or In narrlinnsr, llnnr st Call.
si i'i-oit i iioni; imustuy
riVIHO CITY COAX COM.
Mtowvn onto hmvumi
lAV AMI Mtilll',
FURNISH COALS' ON ORDERS
ANY PART OF THE CITY.
prir lfr li ft ht lUlliil.iy Urn.. (iitlec, stil.ii
Coil Y'iHi.r xiit llifinxli the i.i.,iti', mil
nvriii' iioiiiit attention,
nuTliM'stn Tiijf, MontauW, "ill ton-flats ti
Hid Irmii hi, NiiiboHir.
Tlu're uJII I oM nt I'nl.Kc Auction t the .Nn.
vslistntlon Iu Mound City, Illinois, on
Wednesday, April 13, 70
At 10oVlo.M a ni tho follnwlnc mtlrl.s helnnif
inetolhol'iiy Iiepjrlineiit of lho U.S. .Nay, Tin
i'j lil-ls rorlil 2 ll. 1'ieterteii M-at MS Ihs
dried Apjitrs; uTa lln "HXri 610 lbs leu: S7I Itis
r.irre, all k'lillnn- inolH-ei TSi cjIIihis sineRnrt
Z lbs ileksicHted pntiiliii's; till l randlrs and
7 sstsBteunrd'SHliirei. (incomplcto.)
V) Huh cloth round J.-v-Kets, 17 pr Wu elnth
trniihern: VllemiVBss illicit tmuser-i sa.1 llsrns ev
hosViKfriK'lti 8.'iyds Hue flnnueli Hi yds bin
tyinuini 7(l prsealr lioe, j0 prs lilpsfiot i., '.M7
eonr.H liOut-: n
IimiuiutcIiH'Ih mid lUO.iruw lints,
rHwiiuii'ii niirK,, .o hihuk .UK
JSxka.a.11 Stoross I
ft lbs Iici'.uj: 11 Hi. thread: U7 tncci'S Ini rib.
bom I'.'J I'lei'es tii W spools c otton; lit cotton
hsnilki rehiel'ii'.'ST mtiern needlesi lurk lii.lres:
12 prs selKkors! Ill raror., 3 shuillij; briishen .Hi)
eukr shatlnir soap; 177 ferilb brushes; 11 rhoa
lruhes; 157 whin broomsj Hldozl). IMmttons,
1'J.ifnio ciiihIk, 71' euaraa eoinbs; till tin pan-, 07
spiions, li. lorKs; n fan opener., thu ooitie
ui is -. i.i r.i . i ine. p pper.
I i:i!MS i-Caoh on iIhv of tile. Articles to b
reunited ultimo! ili lny,
ny orilcr or tlie uoiniimnuniii,
U. A. KUMt.UV,
1'iiyiiinstcr C. S. N.
IHtril at Mouud City, 111., March Ui, HW.
WW WW -
Haa Introduced Into his Fourth Ward Orocoty
EmbraclDK every artlclo usukII)- found In the rex
ular dry Roods houses cf the city
STAPLE AJiD FAJiCV 1)KY (J00DS
OF r.VEKT DE3CHIPTION,
Hosiery, Notions, Boots, Shoes
And n complto Assortment genrallr.
Tlio patronsKetf the public Is Invited, the pr
prietorKuarranteelni;(o sell anything in his line,
wliethet lay Uoods or Oroeerie, as cheup
Ihev enn be aoiilit anywhere In tlinrily.
Rr.nF.sini.n tiis; ri.ACRt
Next Door to lho Corner nf I'oplnr
und Miii'trpiith Hlrect.
The Grocery Establishment at
the Corner or Commercial Avenue
and Sixth Street will bo main
tained as usual, ono or the best
stocked in the city.
No. 12 OHIO LEVEE,
r llelTeri iiern, .Mrclirtnlt of I'ulri).
Q I. WIM.IAtlhO.V.
OM.MI.SIO n It (HAM
No. " Ohio I.CTtf,
Wprrlnl alirntlnn ultrii in ual;cn
Miaiii. .H.I nil.... .-.
W. nirstlon. T. Hint.
gTIM TTO.V At IIIKlt
Cticec'sors toftiMtrui, llii.lvin i Hsrk,)
CO MMISSION MERCH A1STS.
07 OHIO Xj33"VJEJ3a
Airnls or AMfilrati lowUtr Co., unit
.StHiiuracitirrr. AkmiU lor S altan Visrn.
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yi c Kiti:ic;i.i:, kuiii:k-
IMI'OBTEBS OF ITALIAN MA RULE
MCOTs-II (iRAM rt Ac.
WAKKUOOMS AM) WOIIK 81101', COItXKit Of
TJIIIID AND rT. ANN STKEFTd,
Mniimiritt, Vaults, f!rHe Stones, Manll,
I'liiinl'inK, to K-euto.) Hitli siibi'nor noil
iiian.lilp. itl Inwckt pnei',.
Knvlisii, (,1'riiuui und llfliri w Intcrinc duox
Marlilennd t iranlto Kleins, (he test sctiln.
tnie,of Ktiri)', Importrd.
All HiTk un.iruiilK il.
I'nr ili -in-, apply to
CAIt I. JL. TIIOMAN, Afcrnt,
Corin r Klitlith ritrri-t and CVimmeirlal Asenur.
i1AIKO IllCOO.n MAM F AC-
W. F. M'EEE & BRO.,
Ilnvlnv; perfected lhlr arrmnieinents for tho
IN THIS C1TV, Alti: .N(IW
PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS
At LOW PMICF.N n III mm quail.
I j' of lirtiuma fan lie iurt'ltiw(l
ua-lrlfii left at th store oft,. I. Williamson,
Manufactory, cu Thirteenth Street,
IIHTWKK.N H AI.MT A.M I'tllAB,
Will he promptly nttrnded to.
.Oidrra by mnil hnuld he addressed to
. V. Mi'IUA) A. HHO.,
I'. O. DrHerl0, 4'AIMO
Three Dry-goods Clerks
Who ur thoroughly KCiiiimnteil ulth lho bui.
I1C.1. Noueollle Hin ed apply
UEST OF KEt'KltKXt'ES ltEUIKEI).
AddrtM, rest Office, Uoi !I3, Cairo, Ills. ,
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W. II. .lliirrl-. II. II. Cllllllee.
Notsrv Public, Not ir Public nd C
AmhcIh 8 ,M0..101 or
OKI II Alll KIC A, IM .
AmoIk a,7N,3N0 OO
Aaool- tt,5ll '410 7!l
I'll tKS IX. II A It 1 1 OUO,
AmnvIm l,nMl.UN 0
l.Ti:il.ATIOAIi, . V.,
Ahsk'I- l,U5:t..H)H 17
Awel 70,tt7 7U
Asm K S15,U7U HH
Al 515,27$! 4'd
AnKKICA.V K.M KAI,, MO.,
Ahm Ih 500,000 00
OX.. MI.'TLML LIFE,
Aonci :io.ooo,ooo oo
'J KA VIXKIt'N, II A It ri'tiKO.
IJFK At A;IIK.T,
AmmvI 1,-500,000 OO
KAIMVAV 1ANSK..IM AS-
SI'KAXCH tO., IIAKT..
AHIsflx oOO,OUO 00
Safford, Morriss & Candee,
71 OHIO IsCVKK
C(tjr .VA(K)nl IlinV,
J. lt.ir.n. IMxin II I'sllli.
S. Iti:tRE si CO., Agt.
FIRE, MARINE LIFE
Mrt-ft aiul Coiiiini'rrliil
CI Mil O, ILL I.YOMS.
We rrpmr&t tf ,o follnwtna njr, wllh
and fs.r.'lsl.nji euii.Mn!'S
MERril.V"rS Ins. Co.. orClilcaifot
I CAPlTAt. ANli Sl'ni'LtJ. .Hl,t (13
, NECrillTV In. Co.. of New York;
CU'IT.U. AM SrillM.US 4.OI-.,r0i) hi
COMMKIICIAL In. Co.. or riilrnroj
CAI'ITAL AND H'ltPLU-1 83.1H.Blia S3
, INDKPKXDKXT In. Co.. f Hnstnn j
CAl'ITAI. AMI III'LIS.. HU3U,a0i n
SAX(5AM0 Ini. Co.. nf SprlmrncMi
TAl'lTAJ. A.M iL'nPJ.f.-i. ..rO.1,113? NT
AUItOHA In. C;, or Aurora, III. ;
CAPITA I. AM) H'RI'IX'r...l4e 111 U
STATU Fire Ins. Co., of CUvi'land, 0.
CAPITAL AND si.'Hl'i.l-5m.it0,SI7 40
LAMAIt Inn. Co., or Chicago.
CAPITAL AMI .-TIII'l.lV...HI.4l)0,O00 0
tiI)iellints and rontnt, .Mrrchnii.,
Hio.'Us, Muiiufsribrlcs and Maeliiiifry, Hull.,
Ciiraoes and Krahi l.i.i. innne l nn the most
reasonable t, rin, in Ilia !. nainr.l coinpsniss.
j. is. iii:akii: a. co., Ant,
pmi; AM) u Alt I. i.
Germaiiia, IV. Y. ;
Hanover, IS. Y, ;
ANN If FN 7VI6,71
Tloiiblic, W. Y- ;
AiSNtriH k7K,023 00
1'oiBiirlKluii llie Ludrrwrllcr'AKMry.
Yonkers, IN. Y. ;
AMMKTH G433,0S IS
ANSirrN HU7K.000 00
Secxirity. IV. Y. ; Marine;
ANNUTM M33,ilt) 00
tyctores, Dwelllnijs, Furnlturo, Hulls and
Cargoes insured at rnles as fiironiblo as sound,
permanent security will warrant.
I rmpeulfiilly ask of tlio elliietis of Cairo, k
share ot their putrountte.
C. Si HUGH KS,
OlGceat First Katfoual liank.