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t ji nni.
A M nl'l.w. "' .0i.l.
m 1801 to 1SC5.
jvtt the number of
prisoner acb year
lliJ. Wounded. Prisoner
1,315 4.IVM .. 3.7T2
li2 0.A 4,aini
11,70 61,313..... 71,211
2i,WI "0,COJ...m W.00O
i Doctor tlicn goes on to say tint if
dentil from disease be added, the sum
, .tnl will irwT!t tho entire los. The
lentln from nil cause during the yeura
ibiM j-.-) urn kfiou'n. und n.fuir estimate of
i. total ld durlnt: the war may be
..... , v ,
M- f..rt timm inoti. i nn ri'tnrni o:
ii..U ml pfltiurul lioMiltM for 1801-02 are
4 US 1UI1V"-
' MIIaH In Itnftln IM1I Ji' in nil i
Dentin mused by wounds In flcld
( , hospit-is....... ""':;
t .Peatnsrausca oy wunu in cuivibi
. MVPf'"""' "
'Deaths caused by disease in Held
.1.. ...... n,1 Im ilt.nn.n In i.itnnf ill
t S hospital . "V1.
' . I., n ti a ai 4711
i J'l'otal wounded " " . W, 7l
VTotl prisoner " " -"'2i
lTotal uiscnargcu '"i""
'Total woundwl prisoners ana ais-
The Doctor then goes on to say that if it
be fair to assumo that tho total mortality
foflM3and 1801. was fully equal to that
, jof 1W2, then the total deatbi in tho Un
N J m L 1 - lilA
tfedcrato army in iooi-ob wii at ien
1 ' ... . . f .. i
(crn prion, wlilcn wouiusweiiuienumoer
toncsr 18."i,O0O5 and if the deaths among
L . uMinnrixl tor wounds and disease.
- I iiiv r -
ttnd among tho sick and wounded on fur
lough bo added, the grand total or ucams
I in the Confederate army, during tho cntlra
j wr, did aot fall far short of 300,000. Ac
Teordlngto this calculation, tho death from
,dleaso wero about threo timer- a numer
ous ai thofo resulting from the casualties
, The Doctor then sums up as follows :
, "Confederate forces actually engaged In
in 18G1-C5, 000,000; total deaths in C. S.
' A, 'J00,0(Wj losso of C. S. prisoners in
which may bo considered as total
losses on account o'f tho policy of non-ox-.
chance bv the United States, XOO.000 j losses
ofC.S. X. by discharge, disability and
gTho admiwion of Adalbert Ames
Into tho Senate of tho United States was an
1 outrage upon decom.y. His credentials
, stafed, that "I, Adclbett Ames, Brcvent
2 Mayor-Genpral United States Army, Tro
, vhional Governor of the Suto of 311ssl-r
clppi; dd'liorvby .certlfy that, Adelbert
c Ame was elected Unltc.d States Senator
by the Legislature on the 18thdaj-of Janu
, ary.1876."" If th alms wf tho Iladlcal
v party wero hortut, this Ame Vould have
been whipped Tor Impudenco anu punisoeu
fur his high-handed effrontery.
igSrConnor, the only Domocrutic carct-
1 ho mi.mbcr of Coneress. said in his first
' speech that whn he4 arrived in Washing-
ton he had aomo curiosity to seo uuiior;
' that be expected to sec a great lawyer but
1 havin; s'en him on tho floor or tho House
( he was now convinced thnt Butler had now
' mlitaVen "his calling, that ho was a bettor
low commedian than lawyer,
VST McCartney, of tho Metropolis Pro-
i viuljrtor, calls Uarton 'thoLort who prc
( sides over tho Era." Wijdon't knew what
I a "lorl" is, but If its anything that never
1 oblects to a good nrticle of straight whisky,
, we think Barton' a "Lort." Ht taka hi
I horn oltoner than he blow it.
avWTIm Mftroiuills Promuloator ! in
' distn.ii about the disnt'tons in tho Kadi
eM psrty of Tope county. It ccm, the
Uudicali are charging each other with being
.dishonest: and, In making tha aertlon
j do what is very unuual in the party Ull
, mo tram.
Lkt thora am KUkliaa tktrs
j The earning during the third month
, of 3!ch were $281,731. Lat year, 2S5,
632. Decrease, 123,000.
MllwMkts assai IS. rami.
The earning during the third week of
March were $09,400. Last year, 100,936,
' Decrease, f31,G30,
CktceKo, Rek Iilam am4 Vmelsle,
The earning for tho third week in
March wore $103,63T. Lut year, 11-
200. Decrease, $5,563.
Cmleai am Hertm Wlrm.
The earning during the third month of
March woro 1167,157 34. Lut year, 1357,
672 SI. Decrease, $90,515 01.
The company save upon the road IT lme
locomotive, 12 tret 5 lecokd-e'iau ceeehe
I mall aad Baggage, I deeping, aasUtt
The eamlng for the third week la
March were, $7,4710 64. Lut year for
tho same term the earnings were $90,
357 47. Decrease, $M,01C 83.
Nt. Iioali Iron Mountain,
The euniing during the second week in
.March were: Pass., 8,070 85 j freight,
17,792 42; mail, etc., 11,176 30; total,
27,CW fC second week, 1819,111,392 85;
Increase, f 10,250 71.
t&'An Ohio paper, utter chronicling
th death of a boy froul the kick of a
horse, furiouilv asks : "What aro tho
Prince Bonaparte i still in Paris.
Thinking-of Wurtombufg is callrd
."browcry on foot."
i' Count Montalambert is said to havo
given half hi fortum in 1B02 to the Polish
leaders to aid them in overthrowing the
The Irish free bill has passed both houst-1
A, parliamentary crisis Is impending
in the French cabinet.
The movement of Spanish troop against
the rebels In the central department has
commenced. Two separate columns left
Pucr to Principl on the morning of April
1st. Another has marched from Porto del
Pedro to attack the Insurgents in the rear,
and Count Valrnazcda ha advanced to
Tho Prtti-'lan navy consists of llilr'y
vessels, currying 3L'0 guns, viz s Five
iron-cladt, nine corvettes, two despatch
boots, and twenty-two gun-boat. Ero
1874 clcven.lron-cluds, eleven corvettes and
ten small voiaels are to be constructed
thui filling the programme laid down by
the Itcichstago in 1807.
Tho Emperor of Russia recently pre
sented the Don Cossack with tho newly
consecrated banner of St. George, adorned
with the Alexander ribbon and an inscrip
tion commemorating tho 800 year' oxl
tenco of tho Cossack army of the Don. It
fullest muster was during tho Crimean
war, when eighty regiment of 800 men
each, forming an aggregate of 64,r.00,
were called out.
A three-legged tortoise was onco caught
near Ascension Island, branded with tho
namo of Lord UeUon by sotno sailors,
and carried to the British channel. Two
year afterward, the eame tortoise, with tho
same leg missing and the same inscription
was caught on Ascension Island, over two
thousand mile from England. It is sup
posed to havo found iu way back by follow
ing the warm water of tho gulf stream.
Fanny Fern owns her house, worth $20,-
Nellie Coolcy, an Iowa girl, has abutton
trine live vards long, with no two buttons
alike, and omo over 200 years old.
Rev. O. B. Frothingham, of New York,
In hi sermon last Tuesday, took grounds
against tho action of Congress in relation
The State election in Rhode Island will
tako placo to-morrow.
A recular assault is being, tuado upon
tho Income tax In almost every tate of
There i no doubt whatever, ay a tele
gram, that the Senate will fall to ratify
the San Domingo treaty a It now stand.
In Wilmington, Deleware, on tho 3d
Inst., colored vote were refused at an elec
tion- What will Butler ay 7
The Indian of Wyoming Territory are
committing bloody depredations. They
need to be Ficganixed. Where is sjoionei
Fast day occurs in Connecticut on Frl-
dav. April 1st. ThU is Good J-riday,
which ha been tho fast day in Connecti
cut from time Immemorial almost.
Two colored men voted at Fcrth Am
boy, Jew Jersey, on Thursday, the dato of
the proclamation. Theso wero tho first
voters under the XVth Amendment.
In a letter to a friend In Wisconsin, Gen.
O. C. Washburn positively declines to be
a candidate for reelection to congress.
Groelev last troko of disloyalty con
sists In saying that "It is not the business
of our State Department merely to watch a
cene of murder afar off, and pick up dead
American when the contest It over."
Mr. Kelly argue In Cong re that the
more you pay for an article, the, cheaper
It U I A great deal of buiineu, the bur
den of which the people have to bear, I
transacted in Washington upon the bad
of Just that kind of logic.
A Wuhlugton radical correspondent
write that the President' "happy, off
hand, free and euy tyle of lobbying I
certainly a pleaunt innovation upon tba
subtle, corrupt, and Machiavellian
policy of the eeheming reprobate who
throng tho capital"
Grant ia teaching the senators in para
ble, in reepeet to the- Baa Domingo que,
tion. He met the objection of Mr. Psim
ner, that the Island will eventually become
oar from the force of certain gravitation,
by uylng that fruit it better plucked for
uee before become too ripe. "I have
not forgotten myboyUh preference," here
marked, "for green apple ever rotten one
aad eve if San Domingo aeemt a little
too rank to the taste of aome itnatort,
there U danger if we refute it now that we
cannot appropriate it to aacn advantage
year hen." Who eoml rrfue to go for
$10,000,000 worth of 'gren pple'r after
that argument 7
Aaatkar isssut af tk aaaf IU 'atk.
rrasa tkaOld DasniaiM
RiauMst, Ta., March 7, 18T0.
I hava Just rtealvad your latttr aklng
me to give youtoma Information in regard
to the last wound of Ge. Jackson, that
you may correct the tatementpublihed in
omo Northern maglzine by Gen. De Peys
tor and Col. Clifford Thompson. tlhe
former, vou ay, claim that Gen. Jacason
was hot by the First Massachusetts infan
trv, and the latter that he was killed by a
canister shot from Pleasanton' artillery.
You will find an accurate account of the
General's last wound and death In Dabncy'
"Lifeof Jackson," or In tho account I wrote
and published several year ago.
The fact aro briefly these :
Osa. Jackson made th attack May 2,
THE OAIBO BULLETIN, .A-FRIL 5, 1.87Q'
with his nrniv in thrco linos of lit tic.
Rhodes' division occupied tho frontline,
Colston' dtvUlun tli-j ..ccniid line, nmulill,
with n part of hi- division in linu and part
in column, the third line During tU at
tack and rapid pursuit of the cnjiny,
Rhode and ColMon's dlviloiis btlanm
v.tnniitii'li-rl lilltl llltlVed ill 0110 C01lllcd
muss. Rhodes, llnding how dlvirdorud the i
troops were, nl;cd Jnckson to send I 111 j
forward to take tho ndvaiicc, and pehnlt i
tlie Unit and i-ceond lino to be reformed.
While tlil was being done, JhcKsoiu ac
companied by some ofllecr ami cornier?,
rode forward to reconnoitre. Heutlvajce
hi fur us the Federal tick
et", and then turned to conic
back to his owu line, when his party,
mistaken for Federal cavalry, were fired
into by the Confederate line of blttle.
The ffro'wa probablay from troops WJio
bad Just been placed In position, and Vho
did not know that Jaekson was In front of
oftlicm. I think this was the General's
impression in speaking of it afterward.
Several of his party were killed and
wounded bv this tire, but tho General c
caped, and turning to his left entered tho
forest and continued to approach his own
lino. When within thirty or forty
varus oi 11, a seconu vnm-v ws muu.
which wounded him in three pla
ces. One of the wounds was in the right
hand, nnd the other two In his left yta.
It was n round ball, such as was used tor
the smooth-bore Springfield muskets. Tim
wounds in tho left arm were believed to
have been made by tho same kind of bul
lets. The Confederate- troops who fired
tho volleys at tho General and hi escort
wero armed with sniooth-boro tnuskots.
I will add that Ocn. Jackson did not die
from theso wounds. His death was the
result of pnoumonia, and occurcd eight
days after tho wounds wuro received.
Yours, Very Respectfully,
HUNTKR McGL IRK,
Late Chief Surgeon Jackson's Coinmind.
1st Memsmorjr of Courting Days.
Courtships nre sweet and dreamy Ui re.
holds of unseen Edens, where half tho
world ha passed in couples, and
talked In whlper under tho moonlfclit,
and passed on and never returned.
One of tho saddest and mot suirueilve
sights wocvur suw was tho worn tlircslold
.1 ill- nnd of u crass irrown path vitli
neither house nor hearth beyond Nature
had dono what he could to mako taut
threshold beautiful : alio had persuade! a
straggling vine, reddening with roses along
tho wav.lut still It was a sad thing to bok
upon. "Thcro was no shelter beyond ; n
nestling place forlovo and hope ; the ro
had gone down in tho llerco surges of rei
flame, and o on tho one sido as on tic
other, It wuV'wldo wldo world."
That old threshold seemed to us a dill.
which human sunshlno went am
came until the day grew dark and cloticV.
thought of tho feet tho little teet n
red shoe that pattered over It like the
summer rain; wo thought of tho couples
that, perhaps stood there when there were
lintels beside the threshold ; stood in tho
mild moonlight when hundstolo into hand
ono broad and strong, the other plump
and fair. "Ve thought of the cheerlul er
rands that had been borno over it, when
tho clad feet cleared with a bound, or Jus;
touched It and glided into the small suis
mcr day of homo.
And it seems to us thnt worn threshold
like tho days of courtship. Sometiisis
there is a para disc beyond, and some
.ara.lipil KEGS Of ALL SUES
wing is an extract from a pri- 1 -"
vato letter recently received from Heldcl-
benr. Germany : .....
-'dueling has now ceased ror tho time,
The man with wlunn tho An.cricuii Sion.
(a gav Kentucklanjnau nis nisi uueinuum :
tw5 weeks since, Is not out of tho homo
voi. The doctor wis for some time in
whether ho would be able to recon
struct that face or not. The last four men
with whom Stone has fought wuro carried
oil" the field. Ono fellow he lliii.htd up iu
.. ..il.tiit. und f. hull.
n II.I..M.V " - - , .1!
"As soon a any German begins to Ms
tinguish hlnvelf above others in dueling, '
Stone calls nun 0111 aim gi--'
less drubbing. As n re-ult, tho corps
student think that Stone is a splendid
fellow ; in fact he would bo perfect if ho
did not possess so dangerous u sword.
"The fact Is that there Is a most reckless
set of A ineririiiis here at present, llcside
them tho eorps-.tudont stand no chance
whatever. When German students get
drunk, thov arc entirely satisfied if they
can succce'd in getting each other home,
but when Americans get drunk they insist
on whipping out the wholu beer house, and
seeing that tho establishment is properly
closed before they leuve. They aro so
pugnacious that the Germans generally
clear out and leave them tho field, in order
to save trouble.
Tho Vickburg IltralJ reports that,
when Ycrger came back to Jail in Jackson,
Miss., he expressed much gratification at
his week' port, hunting, fihing, etc.
Ill flrt question to tho Jailor was: "Is
my room In order1" Next, he sent a note to
a neighboring saloon, which rend: ' Good
morning I have returned. Send mo a
bottle of cocktail and a dozen cigars . ''
aCongrcss I only akcd to give away
one hundrod million of public lands, by
bilUnaw before It.
The Continental 1 the only cook tove
with alidlng oven door. "Warranted in
all mpeeU. Pitchar & Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, eor.
Tha St. Nicholas Billiard Hall U ono
of tha largat and beat furnlihed In tho
country. It i tha rtort of both citizen
and atrangera who Indulga in billiard
YoutbVboy' and Children' clothe, at
lata tbaa Naw Tork priew, will be (old
thi waak, at P. NafTa, ragardla of eot.
Juw Rioeitid. Sha Shoo Fly Elliott
ibt Dti't Bodder Ma HaU and cap at
T. NaCa, Ko. 79 Ohia Lavaa.
CUthiBgfarthemillioB at P. Naff't No
79 Ohio Uvea. Th best good ia tha city
will be found at thi house. tf
Pitcher & Henry' large stock of hard,
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc.,
will be sold without regard to cost.
Good Cotton Socks, only 10 cents per
pair or $1 25 cents por dor.., at 1'. Nell's,
No. 79, Ohio Levee. tf.
lUiicuiKiil I'aroai.vsI- A good suit of
clothing for ten dollars, at P. Nell's, 7'J
Stiteof llllnnld, Alexander routity, ss.
dor Count Ciu'iu- toiiri,
ntluMiintli roi t.iiiiiif ''.' . i, V.
... i , ...i . t.. u- t'Jiiiln
I'nrsnii iriiK'i' m i"1-- r Jv !, ... ii ,ni, on bill
I lilirifK !-CM"'ai'V' ' " -I I
to i nfiiito Veiior I.k ii.
l'lil.ll.! nolK'o i hen..y elven, that in PMuance
nf ii ilffH'Ul on or t-nleti l in Hie alioe rnlitli-d
V(-' mVmlciuit ..till." swih .My ..f l-.pii'm.
culnr the iciii'incuis u immw
ClollKliiR. JonN q HAIt.MAN,
Mmilpr In Clmiicrry.
Cairo. Illinois, March 10th, A. U. 1S70.
VnitHil nw f Ainenea, r-oirm iii ni-inn
Ivii'-i" ,'os the 31st i!a of Jnimiry, A. I).
. ? V-UM-y tllcj ll l in the Iti el
Court "the t'nltcd hlali". f..r the outhirii Di;
r, ... . ! ii Imoh. nnsln.l Iho teamlHiat 'Hi-iikuI
. t.t.. fitrnltiii
M-rri ...... "'
lin, I I I..L..I. 1 1,..
ilnv II (K'looer, i oi' V ' .1. . . V i.i
"Hfi i.tratul-'arl 'll.-iitfil 1 iKir1' h.'r boat.-, la.-kln,
aipatelmidluriilture, and havo th fame In in
WNot'icr I. hereby riven, that a Plftrlet Cotut of
thi. L'nlt. d Mnlea 111 he held at tho United Mutes
Court llooin, Itlllieeny in (,11110, 011 1 1 m-.... ...
i.t I r.ndered In accordanef li the praji-rui
i st4..- -
March. ITtti. 1KT0.
. . Illll V I IHI I .
U. . Murihall.
Str.tn of HllnoK Alenxnder County, ss
tier County Circuit Couri.
In the waller f Jo.fph MrKcntle and New Ion
Iti v. linn of Meht liileA It'Ce, v I'l ti r .Im-
ini 111.111. On pnltion for McehanlcLlen.
I'ubllc Notice l lien bv Risni, that in piiraiianee
tit 111urr1t.1l older elilen d In the bi; i ntitlel
ikU.r, 111 he Tuurt or Coininon l'leae, of Die city
of ( aim. on the M day of Noseiiil-er, A. V. "..
01 ih" Nntcirlor t nil, of imldCoiirlof tom
moil Pleas and a certain order filtered In the wild
Circuit Court of Alexanuer eoutity, on the fir.t
d,iy of Oetobcr. A. 1.1np, of the.-epleiiibi r lerm
Im'j, of mild Circuit l oiitt, I, John y. Ilarinin.
Mii.lerln CliHiicery for i-.ud eoiirl, on ihentn
dav of April A. ! IM'. at 3 o'elovK in tbe cfter.
noon of mid dav. mil ell a public auc tion to the
biiihi-t ladder, fcriiiili.nl thoouth.c.tihiorir
thecoutt hoiife in the e.ty of c.i M. In .aidcoun.
tv. the folio ins dicrilNi re.il eftule, nimte in
the l'irt Add'tiim to, the city of Cairo, count) or
. 1... w...... ..1 i-iin.ii. I...UII; i.ot num.
.Ml' .MllO'l ill', nun'" u ' . . I
UtciI TMcnty.eicht (-) Inl lwk numbered
J-Vm-elchi H) a linnv.11 and il.-icnMed on the
ri-cordcfmap r pl.u then 01, l..(.eiher villi M
and niiRill.ir ihe leiieimnta aud hcreditainfut
tnereu.tobclon,;...!:. J0N Q. ,UIMAK,
Maner In Chmcery
Cairo. Illinois, Murch Ifcth, A. D ls7.
Qino it tniti:ii iPAcroKY
HAND OR MA lr. 1 ORDER,
At the Cairo Barrel factory,
-p f f Pmirfh Simpf
1 J OOTi OI Jf OUriU OU tJtb,
TIXIIVI 3VII 3NT&.
On boat or In narrhonif, Pone at
,, . ivhi'htiiY
f hl'I'POU T IIO.T11. I.MIIiMKl
riAlKO CITV COAL COM
ahe I'm'.PAitr.n to
UAV ANU NIUHl,
FURNISH COES ON ORDERS
ANY PART OF THE
BSTOnlers t(l t IlHlliiluy Bros.' nltlco, at the
(.'o.I Yunl, fir si'nt itinniti the puttutt'.ce, will
rcicite prompt nitfiitlon.
,Tlio hitrim Tiik, Uontsuk, will low lists to
inl from Himtiilio.l.
Thcr will hi iMM rnWIe Auction tthe :
val Mation iu Mound Citj, Illiuuis, on
Wednesday, April 13, 70
At 10 o'clock " li following ariiclei hloo.
lag to the I'y Departinenl of the U.H. Nsry, ti:
Vi bWs I'orWi W lbs Preserfad Mtj M jhi
dri'dApnleJi 73IU sugsr! MO lbs ua; ati lb
fti', 5l KHons inolrs; ! Uon Tinrgsr:
20o )bt rtsslctd potatoes; 601 lbs candle ind
to blua cloth round Jackets. 97 prs blna cloth
troiisrrs; 'i canvass duck trouserki H3 Barnsiey
htlngfrocki 3 da blua flannli 8-TOTd bluj
Nankmi T04 prs calf shoes, J09 pr kip sbosi, 24T
coarse boots; 48 pr woolen ooka; MM silk
handkerchief and li0 r hats. aa
H lbs Ivpwi; UI lln thrrad: 8JJ picshst
rib.ni; lisiapieee tpe K8 spools cutiin;i 4W
cotton liKi'dlti rehiefs! "s' prr neeilljsi 2.1
J-k kidvei; S12 prsolor! ut rator-, IWthav.
me bniliei 810 ckUi-k i-haviiiR oap; a.'7 rcrub
l.riilic; SO -hoo liriiKhi'i-; 2oiliii brooms; V14
iliuen II. i;. bullous, 4S7 film pmnbs, ZA course
cumin; 7 tin imnn, 7'J'i spoons, 15a lorku; iMcan
opener"! Tiw bdilli's mumurd, -.-J3 lx ttle p ppi-r.
,ls u Hlneailk, l'lillilmbl"; razor strop; 213
hrvini! Ihumi 7 doi eiiglo bullnn, UiK'i 1
d I enuli. bunnim, nidliiini W 'lot chk!m bullous
siiiiiII.; 873 forks until, mll Iron rlie.t
I r.ll.MSi-Oivli on tin) Cf Sile. Altlclss to be
iiMHtitt'd wilbont tltday.
Uy order of iho Coiiiiiinndant,
L. A. r HMI.r.i ,
ISivinaster L'. S. ti.
JUted at Mound City. HI., March u, lS7o.
"ell"' 'i bile auction l Hi- Ingliext tiitli lor. fr
ciXii lie h ittli.wi-sldour ot the coutt.ho i
Ii"" l o cl tv of Calio. In MM county X MivMim
ie '"rlbi I real eitnlV. situate In thi. Thlra A.ldl.
tlon to the elty of Cairo In Iho county of Aljrxun.
I'r d"?Me of Illinois. to-lt: I.ot niimWcd
T hre"(3). Kour (4) and KUc (5), in UI.Kjk number.
T liter If " liOai". IIU Kiri i irit mm ." ;
twin thiU the sine may he con; einnrd
And h. r'ii. hy lrtimeol proiemliulupfmniof
A li.ni.ti.il ruliirliiilil, no IOI 1111 .'ivu-
day III Deleter ror meiriai 01 no ji.. r'f
ae'llh owniT or nnn and peron who Imtt
nrelallil any InlereM til. rem. t- licrel.y clt dl 1
1 nnd appear at thi-llmp ami iiluro aforr-anl, to
ivt rnussi'. 11 mi
.r r..uu it. fi rial n una 11 iii'i-irr piiiiiiiii
WM. KLUGE E
H Hiln.luLl Into lif Fotirtli Wntil (iroveiy
Enibrnln evor) article uunlly found In the reg
ular dry Koodi liouact ef theclty
STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS
OF F.VEnr tiE9CUirTION,
Hosiery, Notions, Boots, Shoes
And a complete aMortmcnl generally.
The iialronnKP tf the public Is Inrltml, the pro
tirli'lorK'iirranlrflnKto -oil anylhlnif In hl Imp,
wln-thrt Iny Oooda or Oroecrli1"! a" chesp a
IlifV ran t uunlilnn)wh(ire In thy'clty.
nr.uKH nH tiik iTArr.i
Next Door to the Corner of Poplar
nnd Nineteenth Street.
The Grccery Estahlishmcnl at
the Corner of Commercial Avenue
and Sixth Street will be main
tained as usual, one or the best
stocked in the city.
j. m. iiim;,
ronniHNiox i:rn iiA5T,
No. 72 OHIO LEVEE,
B-RrrTernce, .Mrrchnnt of Cairn.
No. "0 Ohio I.ercp, !
Npeclnl atirnslon Riven lo Consign
menu anil filling Orilert..
W. istutiun. T. Ilird.
gTHATTOX &t IIIIII,
(Hiccc.or loStratton, Hudson 1 Clark,)
07 QXXIO X33rZ333
Agent or Amtilraii Punilrr Co., unit
.MHitiilncturrr. Atf nl lor 1 otloii Varn.
ZL't Kui.i;iii:, m:ivii:u
v a jo ,
IMPOHTKUS OF ITALIAN M.VUDLE
Nturni cram rt:. Ac
WAltF.liOOMS AND WOHK SHOP. COItNKIt Of
TlllltU AND ST. ANN sTItEJ-T.
Monumenl", Vault, firs fiton, Manllr.
riuinbiiit!, ftc., i-ifi-utfd with kuptrior wot.:'
uisnsbip, ii ltwi't prlcfu.
Kngli.il, fii riiimi and lltbrrw Irttrring donti
in the bt stl.
Martin and (iranitf Tigurrs, by UmUst sculp
tuim nf Kurup. iinportttd.
All work ituraiiiHl.
Kord:gus, apply to
CAKL L. TIIOTIAS, Agent,
Comer Kigtith Ptrf ft and Connntitrial ATrnur.
CAIHO ItltOOH MAXUFAC-TOBY-
W. F. M KEE & BBOi,
Hating ptrfocted tliir arrangement for the
IN THIS CITY, ARE NOW
PREPARED TO FILL ORDERS
At ava lOW PRICKS aa tk isms jssalU
tjr of Broom vass ba porcbaaed
M.Or4(ts left tt tbe ator f O. D. Willlaossoa,
Manufactory, on Thirteenth Street,
lliTWlIS WAL5TJT AND CIDA,
Will b promptly attended to.
uOrdcr by mail should bo addrasaW to
W. F. McKKK dc DIIO.,
V. O. DrHwerl29, 'AIMO. ILL.
Three Dry-goods Clerks
Who art" tlinroufthlr afquamlnl with tho bu.i.
ncss. None'otlH' aufrd apply
REST (IF REFERENCES REQUIRED.
Addrsss, Post Office, Bo 334. Cairo, Ills.
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AmmcIh H.-S.AIU.At'l "7
OUTH A.HKUIC.A, PA .
Ai't.H i8.7:i,50 90
IAUTl ltl, COXX.,
Aaacl , aiO 7'i
IXTlJIlXATlOA AIi, X. V.,
A.cU 70,9!7 7
C I . F. V I : I . A M , C 1 . K V 1 1 Ii A .M ,
Aai-tsi Bl.VI?: M
IIO.1l F, COL1.1IIILN.
AtM-la i5,a i
ATIF.IIK A.V CKXTHAI., .vll..
HHvtn .too.ono 00
toss. .mTFAIi MI'K,
A at cl :io.ooo,ooe OO
'1'HA VFJ.KH'N, IAIITFOKI.
1,11 1 iv aciii:m.
AMssola 1,500,000 OO
It A 1 1.1V A Y lAMMF.C.i:UN AM
Nl KA.VC K CO., IIAHT.,
AMla 5OO.000 OO
AhmIi, HO!lO,Na H
Safford. Morris & Candee,
71 OHIO LKVEK
City N.tionil IUnk,
J, a. It' irln. E lwm II K.llh.
lti:ItIF. A CO.. ARta.
FIRE. MARINE, LIFE
.V. o C I D E N T ATj
1 Winter's lllm'k. corner Scrcutli
Mrccl mid C'ssmiiierelitl
We rf nrf nt the fctlowins lev! n, lthy
, ami fi.r.dial.og c.)innn .
MEIH'IIA'rS In". Cm.. orClilcapo;
CAPITAL AND hrni'LUs. .. .Hl,e, 03
SECURITY I"-. Co.. of Now York;
CAPITAL AND fTKrLl'S a.OI7,'il
COMMERCIAL In. Co.. of Clilonin;
CAPITAL AND fcfltri.L''' 3."ta,Uoa 5
INDEPENDENT In. Co., nf RoOnn
CAPITAL AND .t.CIIPI.fS.-USO.a-JI asj
SANd'AMO Int. Co.. r Sprlinrdcld;
CAPITAL AND fcUKPLW .H33,oa7 7
AURORA Inf. Co., of Aiirnrn, 111.
CAPITAL AND eCHPLl'H SJXJO 777 ae
STATE Fire In. Co., or Cli'vrland, O.
CAPITAL AND i)l,ltPl.L,.i......iIM,l7
LAMAR In. Co., nf Clilrniro.
CAPITAL AND KTItPLV-J ,ll,400,000 OH
arDwrllings and contents, Mrrchandltf.
f-tt ks, Manufn tnrl and Machinery, Mulls;
, Car0f and S'rn'jibt Luts lnrjr-d onthamont
i rauiiabU tarmr. mih abosa.uaiued cetutianits.
J. H. HKAIIIK.V A CO., Ajrft.
jpilti; AND .H.VKI.Vt
ISinsrni'tx, IS. Y. s
Germatila, IV. Y. ;
Hnn-iver, IN. Y, ;
Republic, IV. Y. ;
AHNtm Ti,m o
CvsssprUlssg th Vtfrwrltar'Amay.
IN. Y. i
aneti - - -.. M
JT'irem'n'sB Fund. S. F.
Security, JX. Y. ; Marine;
AfMBTH tl,3s1,9 OO
tjs-ftores, Dvllintfs. Kumitur. Halls ami
Cargoes Insim-d at rnts as fnvorabl as sound,
pcrmnncnt stcurily will warrant.
Ircsppptfully ask of tho citimis of Cairo, n
Khar of their patioiingo.
C. N. IIIICHKS,
Offlco-at First National Hank,