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City ef Cheater Jhtteauiel Tewer.
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City of YliUttlTjJ sUrM CHy,
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road at Hicifnsani Miw th tmbli nif Char.
and hoalsTifl KUcrout mt M.roplil-JC vilh tt
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Will mvk ooaouJJfAcSiiiiJim
wr paeketa at. HkpoUuoi villi Boulharo Kail.
road and YSM lVf aaa OSMM atsMS at
Making all' ;i7,:lanU-, ftjt. ,1rt.wUy,
Oae of tha Afeva steamers wlU
Leare Gairufor St. toii Dally
Coantlnitlirwlta eltth WIro4 ruaalaa
out or Ht. tout., and with the Missouri rlrsr aad
uppw MUsBslSiS pssaiai l ' v -
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mlt astwnli 4 CsUaele, At
A Win testified in a Chicago divorce
wit that her husband had aot. kissed
her oaee in seven yean. She won the
It is stated that Philadelphia ha
more houses than New York, Brooklyn
and Jersey City combined, or 120,000
tn all. Paris has only a fraction over
Bswwulow, who hail been dying for
years, has gonet out of the bus-
Ma, Siaoe his return to Washington
nis health has been better than it has
been fur severs! yearn. The bad are
always with us.
Pinch back, defeated negro candi-
far United .States Senator from
Louisiana, says that his failure to reach
the high, position to which he aspired
how, that tho "Republican cry of
"equality before the law and exact jus
"tiee to all men is a nyth."
Muuso affairs on the Pacific are im-
proving and very general effort is be
tag tnade to hare the season of 1871 a
very prosperous one. Iguana mining
is peeomiBg the main source from which
the gold of the country is being taken,
and we are pleased to note evidences of
general prosperity, not only in Califor
nia, bat also ia Idaho, Nevada, Mon
tana aad Utah. Many new lodes aro
being oyeietl, and the older discoveries
are all seemingly doing well.
Cou J. far, Ja., the author of the
poaalar, alanf expression: "Gone
'twhan the woodbiae twineth," desires
that the world may be informed that
hUeyes are uuueed to th awelting mood.
Ia A lats, eommaniaati ia a New JTersj
fMfC ht coatradieU a report that he
had a a aWjJafaaVesl O'aaBWSaiaaBi Wa'aVaaW
"iato tears." Her savw tsmft. aaia aco,
before tha world tJ baffled him so
sWfaUy, emotions could ibe aroused that
aU eall forth tear. "The memory
"of ikeae days," he pathetically re
mark, "is luting, and I can recall that,
"whea aight came, a mother' hand waa
"put upon my head, and I was taught
"to repeat a simple prayer, and then I
"heard the words, 'My son, I must put
" you in your little bed.' "
Oua neighbor of the- Sun has, at
hut, formed aa opinion, and it u, that
Webb ia a naughty man and should be
spotted by the Germans for his sympa
thy with France. Germans are iaseUi-
feat, liberal minded men, aad they will
not proscribe a native born. American
ehisea because he happens to sympa
thine with the djstree of a paof l,w ho
eoaWibuted much to mare American
independence and consolidate the gov
ernment of tho people. Mr. Webb has
accomplished nothing by his resolu
tions, but tho motive whiuh urged him
to offer them was laudable. It is truo,
that pa the matter of the Franco-Pnw-aiaawar
the discretion of silence ia tho
better part of political valor; but there
fs bo UMiue in relation to that war of
moaarcht now in our politics, and why
should, an expreMiou of sympathy with
either of tha belligerents be followed by
raU fee rala Blaw tha atob
'aSSmTmrn DawuMral BtiMktS tat l Ma
The Radical Leciilature of Dlbois
defeated a straiaht-forward, uamlstaka-
hie, anti-proteotiva tariff reeoluUoB, and
adopted two-faoed resoluUoa, wtta
Qui lace looking toward protection and
the, other toward, free trade.
The Democratic 8Ute Comrention of
JJew; Hampshire, rittlag at Concord at
the same time a the BepublLsan- Con.
Ivention, tpok;,ajpiton,oa revenue re
form directly opposite to that or tne
latter. Seetioa eight of their platform
aaya: "We an in favor of a revenue
'tariff that raises moaey for the support
"otvtae xecieral government, , aad are
"nnni! la . nrniutl. ln( Vtk
"tea the people fc the bMlt of mo-
tsnhatie djHiU0M. of privileged
clisaaa.iAwaaftwpiUl, and pt
o-TW Naw .Hamfihlw: epublieaa
ata flasMsaaMoBv. iittaaT at Ucaaon aa
i ik of Jaaaary, adopted aplalforai,
of which the tenth resolution "protests
"against the so-called revenue reform
"movement; desires a reduction of tax-
"atioh, so far as is. consistent with the
"government necessities, and rccom
"mends that taxes should bo imposed
"chiefly upon the riea -upon luxuries."
The Democrats of Oregon are jound
upon the question of tariff. The.Port
land Herald, the Bute organ of tho
parly, says :
What f ho people demand, and by
the pcoplo wo mcaa the Democrat aud
"revenue reformers," (and in two years
from this they will include nearly the
whole peoplcj is that whatever tariff
is paid by tuem on articles imported
.fi - Jl .!. it r
win ko uirecMj to uo KovcrniMuc
its support, and not into tho pockets of
the large capitalism. A una simply
for revenue is what the - pooplo now do
tnnnd. and anv narlv whloh onnoses is
destined to go to tha wall. This thing
of Protection is rotten to the very
core. In tho first plaoe, Congress has
no right to enaot a tariff law for the
sole purpose of taking money out of
the pocket of the consumer and placing
it in the pockets of the manufacturer.
It can only enact tariff laws for tho
purposes of . revenue, and such tariff
should be placed on those articles by
which the, burdens of government
would be borne by the whole people as
equitably as possible.
What is tho tariff, as it now stands ?
Read the answer in the language of
an exchange :
The new tariff act was, of courne,
carelcMly aud ignorantly framed. How
can a tariff that taxes 4000 articles,
and interferes with every man's busU
ness, ever be made otherwise than un
unintelligently ? Congress has already'
beeu obliged to chango the sugar and
brandy duties, and now we hear that
the duties on ribbons aro likely to be
made the subjeet of litigation. There
ia s quarrel about the hemp duty also.
The secretary of the Treasury has is
sued regulations, under the new tariff
aet, in regard to the withdrawal of
goods from bond, which have caused
sweat eomsaotooa amnns; the marehants.
Those entitled to drawback oa --!
eaaadiaein bond 6a the 31st of De
wmber last, which, under the new law,
are subject to lower duties than eiistad
whea the goods were entered in bond,
find thai bom but.taa actual importers
of the goods can claim the drawbacks.
If merchandise haa changed handa in
bond, as it often does a dozen times be
fore ibe duties arc paid, the buyer find
himself deprived of the privilego ex
tended only to the original holder.
Thoae who make our tariffs are not
only ignorant of the, practice of trade,
but, worse than that,, are a -act of men
whose object it is to .stiflo comraorco.
lUa-A !w BMrta'BXIlr
iAaMSI at-lh Tartar a)mtlca-Tn
la Ua Bal.
To the Editor ( tk Cairo Jlulltti
The Tresldeat and Seoretary of the
Chicago Board of Trade, and Mr. Admour,
tho chief of Uewajeaoaseataa hava been
before tho committee on railroads, nd
warehouic., and dlicusscd fully tho bill on
stout to be introduced by that committee.
They did not come hero ni lohbyliti, but
at the .peclal riy)ueit of the committee,
who needed light. The tupervliion of
warchotue will bo committed to the
Comtuitiioneri of Railroad and Ware-
home, who are to have power, undor a
bill alreudy introduced, to revoko the
liccntei of warehousemen for tho violation
of any of the vory stringent provisions of
tho warohouso law. Tho groater part of
the bill applies only to the large cltloi and
oipoclally to Chicago, but soma of iU pro-
vliloni will apply to all kind of property
stored for pay, and when the bill is intro
duced, I will adviio you of suchprovlsloni
as may bo applicable in your locality.
Tho numoroui petitions, resolutions and
bills introduced in regard t tho relations
uax ako wire,
parent and child, and guardian and ward,
have made it necessary to appoint a
committee heretofore unknown, via: On
domestic relations. The democrats, on
that committee are Holcomb, Beddlok
A bill was introduced in the Senate
last Wednesday in regard to licensing
retailers of Intoxcating
which has some new and important feat
ures. It provides that no lioeosa shall bo
granted except upon tho petition of a
majority of all the male and female resi
deuts, above the age of twentyvone. years,
In tho ward, town or pwinct jn which
the grocery Is to be located; that tho
Ucansa fee shall b from $100, to S100Q;
that the grocery shall not be kept open
on Sunday. 4th of July, or election, day;
' that the wife or cbildrea.taaU have pause
of nation against the person -sailing to the
hasUad, or father any thta by Beko
which ae become Intoxicated, fur Ave
pilars end for all time lost on, acepuAtf,
sack Intoxication, at tha rata ;of 'Ave
Illinois, February q,
dollars pr dsy; and that all debts
grocery keepers shall be void.
The improvement of tho
appear in a bill appointing tbreo. cmn-
miitioners with a compensation or ave
dollar per ditm while actually employed,
and appropriating $t5O,0Oe for a daavaaaV
lock south of Peoria, the lock to be 350
feet long and 75 feet wide.' .
Somethins; akin to the National Bank
ing steal has shown lttf In a bill author
lzingtho auditor to,isn anaulty (policies
to llfo insuranoe eotapaalea o deposit of
Stat or Unitod States bonds.
The House had yesterday under con
sideration, a resolution cffrd by Mr.
Boborti (Dem.) of Tsswell, Instructing
our Coagressmen to endeavor to secure a
All the aillbnitering ability of the Radi
cal side was brought into requisition, to
defeat this resolution. My aaaeaslng
thoy found that thev could, hot directly
defeat it, and so they undertook to render
it a nullity by amending It. with tha sixth
plank in tho last year's State Republican
platform. They pu'. Root of Chicago ia
tho chair to mako tho rulings, and the
ght began. Roberts mad a speoch la
favorof his resolution, which was replied
to by Dixon. Casey, of Jefferson, follow
ed in a well-prepared speech (a favor of
absolute free trado, eliciting fiequent and
continued applause. Then Massaaberg,
of Stephenson, a republican, spoko also in
favor of free trade, lie speaks in a low
voice, but those who crowded around and
beard what ho said, wore wall, pleasea and
applauded accordingly. Haines, of Lake,
then took the floor. Ho fought; th war
of the rebellion over again with the usual
amount ef vituperation. After occupying
over half an hour he moved, the previous
question, to tho great disgust of all
parties. But the ltad had agreed in
caucus to follow his lead and tbera was no
appeal. A scone of great exeitmeat and
confusion ensued, and when the roll call
was aaUhed, those who had kpt! tally saw
that the democrat and fre trade mea
re four or five rotes a head. Tho
Speaker did not. announce the vote' for
about flfteea minutes, which timev. the"
Rads spent in whipping-la some .ot their
weak ones who had: .voted for free trade,
and mailing them change their vote.
When theybad succeeded eTftanglvK.
enough to have a majority,' -the to was
declared, and th,e ambiguous tariff pVaah
of the republican platform (wusunttttuseai
tor the plain ractsor ttiuUrmocrauc resolu
tions. Tho action of Haines had caused
much dissatisfaction, and taking tho whole
affair together it may well be regarded as
a triumph of the people over their radical
ensmies. KLI NOYES.
SrniKarixLD, Fob'y. 3, 1871.
A hunter of Ferry Coontr. has killed
twenty-nine doer during the past winter.
Knapp, of tho H'atehmem, has secured
the servjevs of. Lieut. JI. W. Adams, of
Tamaroa, as associate editor.
$'200 reward has been offered fr the ar-
ofj Marion Do woody and RobertKden,for
the murder of Gsorge Brown, on Uie night
of Jan. 30th.
Benton has bad an inclpWnt Are' aad
ditto burglary, both of which were
"nipped in the bud," or word to that ef.
A hone balonizlair to Col. W. B. Couch,
living near Benton, was stolon one evening
last week. Tho thief was captured and in
lieu of $800 bail, was lodgd in the Frank.
Un County jail, to await trial. '
Tho question in Du tjuoin is, who shull
bo noxt Mayor.
Trade is looking upward, but merchants
do not attribute it to tbo cessation of dilH
cutties on lh other side of the Atlantic,
Tho town is infested, by beggars, who
not only beg for themselves, but for crip
pled friends who can't beg. for thenuclvo.
Several thieves have boen arrested and
brought to justice latelyr" One, for robbing
the Kinross Company, of a box of shoes or-
derod by a Cairo msrohmt,, and a jug of
whisky on Its way to Carbondalo.
The, house of Captain, JBowlby was en
tored by thieves, who after haying rifled jt,
attempted incendiarism by kindling a tire
under a bed, bnt which, however, fortun
ately died out without doing any damaga
Carbondalo haa reading rooms,
Tho jug of whisky sent per Express to a
citizen, and whloh Tell ' fnto; the
hands of a thief at Du Quoin, was bought
expressly for modlclnnl purposes,
At BnaBajr Makaat.
Mildness and persevaraMearaiavalitable
traits in successful Sunday school teaeher.'
They should.hava pontrol.over their lm
per, and; speak gently, to their erring
Zotxtlnri. A -.!. m IWl 'Mains.
VMvta t a tvavHt aa w
Iowa, Sunday school said to a hoy last
Sunday : " Vou dd little soouaorej, a
will kick vou out of the church in two
ia the pulpit. The teecbsr wu too
harsh, and, no doubt, pained the boy ub
TOOMBS AND WADE.
A Csurralaal Uattaltcsae.
Toombs foueht shv of Douglas, whom
ho admired and sometimes feared ; but he
assailed Seward and Wado. ridiculing
them aa "taniculooto lAcklandors." whem
he donouncod ss tresspassers who ought to
bo kicked off the publlolaoseln, ilpjbpok
his art at Seward, who.'happonad, at, that
moment to be duletlv ardoktajBi'a clear at
the doorway of the ddak-room, and ar
raigning mm as destttuto or au swusmon
like ideas, and only equal to playing tho
alinoc'rv arts of a small domacoiruo. Then
turning to Wade, whose seat was right by
ilm !l(lu of Lis own. Toombs, his knotty
Ioeks Lrtatllnc with excitement, sncored at
Wude, who, lill thon, ho had always sup
posed was a man of moderate court;o, for
bolnir afraid of tho lacklander. and for
akiilklnif from tho real question at issuo.
This norsonal sally broyght "VVbJo to Ills
roet. tils ovo llaiblnir dednneo. Stopninir
op to Toombs, and bringing bis flt heavily
on tno tiesK, no sain, in tone mai mauo
tno cnamoor rintr. "virami i am not
awaro that I evor aw anything or any
body under the almighty heaven that I
was afraid off Toombs drew his hair
backa little. "Skulk the issu?' "Xol"
thundered Wade. "I am ready to go to the
people upon it land for the landleM va.
niggers for ton niggerioss." xne pscaeu
galleries could stand it no lunger, and
roke out with loud applause, which in
spite of Vice-President Breckinridgo
gavol, rose, as Douglas shook hands with
Wad, into three cheers for "Old Ben and
tho Little Giant."
The following Is a list of tho hieh duties
actually collected on Imports during' tho
fiscal year ending 1870, officially calcula
ted ad valorem:
1 Ll A M
Copperas, or green vitrol
Carblnato of sods Wl
Hlue vitriol (sulphate of copoor )....
Copper, in pigs.
Cotton roods not over 100 threads)
Cottoa coods (over 100 thread and
not 300).... C'JJ
Printed and colored : - 'Jli
Oottoa thread, on spoofs, 100 yards ''
i or less 7or.
Cotton thread, excess of. 100 yards.- 711.
Cotton thread, not on spools 120 "
Maarscbaum Dines-.u ...eo -i-i
Pipe cases, statas, Asc
wiaaow aiass. ioxia.
Plate n-lass, silvored, 24x60
Alpena goat hair, raw
,. co :-o
real or imita
tion of Italian cloth..
Weighing over 4 ox. per sq. yd.
Gunny cloth and gunny bags....
A raaasi Mas Bxtsse Blta CaaaJa, al
KxalaSa III OSTaa k Hlf-Datrae
A remarkable t rawed r baa lust trans-
'plred in Montgomery Countr 1'enn. A
pioyeuasa kbooi iaoaer. in AtougtaM
township, committed. saJcide on tbo 4th
Inst. Tne circumstance", which, led this
young man, who was In hts 21st year, to
aosnmit th rash deod, are as follows:
Mr. Bauer. . Sr;tef deat,h of hi
brother Jacob, toeaais akaee, then a mere'
child, to llTfr.wlih alsaln bis -fcrny, with
the Intention of falswg her aa on of bis
ownchlldron. iThU girl, now about 16
years of sgef was takaa sick rocontly, and
on Tuesday last a ohvsioian was called in
to attend to her, whan It was found that
she was enclent. Circumstances pointing
to tho deceased aa being the seducer, his
father up raided nim severely on nis re
turn from his school in tho evening, and,
UI.HtUi till MHiUn. uv.au ii ...
This, in connection, with tho;sbamo and
ramone rolt at tus souueuon ti ,uu cousin,
It is supposed, prompted him to put an
end to ills exfstaaco.rather than live a
miserable life, despised by J1I4 friends and
relatives. Uo,lcfl lilfat3.or'hQU4U.ln tho
evening, saying that he would go tbo
debating school. ' As bo, ;dld; iOt .return
that night, ltwaatlrjV.supposd tluit.ho
had left for part uaknown,tand his father
hastened to Mount Pleasant Statioa; on
the Colobrookdal road, to intercept him
beforo the train should, start, As .ho was
not on the train, Mr. Bauer returned' 'to
his home to search tho premises, and soon
found bis son's coat in tha barn, whsn the,
terrible thought flashed through hls inlnd
that he might have committed, suicldo,
and on mounting the hay-mow the sight
that mt hi irazo was sad and painful to
behold. Taorei suspended from one of
tbo rafters, was nis son com. aaaj sun 1 a
victim'to self-destruction. JSebad placed
a board from the top of the funnel to the
wall on whloh he stood to fasten' the rope
to the rafter and adjusted tho loop around
his neck, and then, vw.ith rthe terrible
choice or seir-aesiruciion and an awrui
eternity, or life, disgrace and persecution
befuraiim,:ha cUom the, 'former. And
then canslgnjng his soul to the will of his
Maker, he closed his. eve 'to tho world
forovor and made .the ;et,aUaepf
Aa Klaqwent M at B aa af Waw 2 '
"Dey may rail again,!, woman as much
as day llko' sald' a darkey, ltaoly, "dey
can'.tset me against- dem, i hab always
la my.lifo.fyund dem to be fu( in.lpu. fust
ia a' quarrel, fust In de -saloonand1 tha
-fust, best and last in the sick room. What
.would-wo do without them? Let us bo
born a young, aa, ugly, and as helpless as
we pbjaslahatwoniaa's arm, apvreAdy
to receive us'. " Sho It am whd"gnv us our"
fust dose of caster oil ; put clothes on our
M1m, naked limbs, "andoubbet. op our
iopta and boms in long flannel petticoats;
aOJMt aojL.as we, grow up, us, m(uiir,
!H?.lkaafcAa ulLiu-hBUU a8ll ppl
Laa;we start,, for ,sphool, and llett'whea;
we tear our trovsers.-
Aunihtr Katra JSIacorery.
One dav Int. vt.nl- Mr. .Tnlin flniulmnn.
whllo clearing a eCo of land on tho Clic!
Ur furtn, threo tnllw. uorleaU of Urcckcn-
riug, jio. nail occaMon to cut-down n Inrgo
olm two, ond In chopplt.Ron tho body of
he broke hi an ..gainst a hard substanco
imbcuded near thu center of ih li...
on taking out. pro! to bo a stonol 'I'ho I
stono weighs two pound, nnd h what goolo-
gists call ittnogrnpnio umcstonu 1. very 1
rare stono in-that soctlon of lio cutintry.
This mostjnlcrestihg object of atrt.iquari0n
inquiry, on cioso inspection, seems tonvo
been inscribed with nntlnuo ilpliabctT
characters, similnr to thoio tfint have been
discovered In mounds on tin Oh. nnd In
other locnlitlcs in Um We-t.
Thcso hieroglyphic:.! stones aro in tho
ancient rock nlnlmbct ul by tliu lVlat;l
and other airly barbarlo nntlon. ' Tliu
tree, Judging fnm tho concctitrie ring. Is
rour Hundred years old.
It n ma 11 I.iro LoiiKllienliii;.
Modern statistics show that tho tiverairo
of human llfo is lengthening in the lend-
insr notions ortho earth. .V writor in tho
College Courant ayi :
'In Bnglatid. the mortality tins dimin
ished two fifths In n single centiirvi nnd
that in 1740 the rato of dentin in Iloatou
was 1 In 'J i of tho population, whilo n-.w
It Is 1 in Thoenuo of tho Incn.aJ
longevity l increased comforts lfti"r
food and cookery, diminished lunin of la
bor under the 'inllucncu of tiiachin ry. a
decrcaso In tho Intumpcrnnco and lio ii
tiousness which innilu Ktirono in tha mid
dle ages one brothel, and tno ndvntico in
sanitary and msdienl sclenco. Tho pl.iguo
and also tho 'uiack death, aro now un
known; small pox is but one tenth,
measles ono fifth, fjven 0110 fourth, and
consumption a little moro than ono half,
as fatal now as In tho seventeenth century.
In addition to thco cuihc.', Dr. Heard at
tributes considerable utfect to the convers
ing influence of labor of tho bruin. '
Tho followlne will refresh tho minds of
our readers as tho dates of tho most impor
tant Inventions, discovcrlei, nnd Improve
ments, tho advantages of which wr" now
spinning wnoei invontca,
Pa nor flrstmadoof rncs. 1 tl T.
. Muskets invented nnd lint used in Inn
lahd,1421. rumps invented, n.i.
Printing Invented by Faust, lill.
Kngravlng on wood invented, 1 ICO.
Potoffiicej established in England, 1101.
Almanacs first published, 1 iTO.
Printing introduced into England by
Mans and churl first brought to V.tu;-
Diamonds cut ana poiuii&i,
Fortification built In tho present stylo,
8ogar rtflnlng first practiced by Venn
tains, U01. .
Roses first planted in England, 1505.
Watpha .flr.t mmj as Xumniburir,
Soap was first mado nt London, nnd
Camera-obicuru Invented, 1 A 1 -tOun-lcek
invented at Xtircmburg,
Punctuation first mod in literature,
Spinning Jenny invented, 1760.
ExrENsivx. A ladv resldint! in a (lor
man city, which Is heavily taxed for both
men and money by tho war. writes to hor
frlonds that tho cost of living Is so much
increased inconsequence thut alio had to
pay C5 cent for a pair of white kid gloves,
with two buttons,' that n now silk bonnet
ooi-neMrlvadollar in uold. a cab for two
portoiis to tho opera and back 35o cents
and washing is charged for at tho rate of
vj cent per uozci) pieces.
BSrThoy, are now makinc at Colls' fac
tory h now patent lock for tho U. S. mail
bags. Wbon fustonod a numbered pWo
of glass cover tbo kevhole, and this gluts
has tn bo bioken before tho bag c.111 bo
unlocked or the-look tampered with. It W
said to lie tno mot compioio lot-K ever in
vented. FlVc thoutnnd of them havo been
ordered by tho Post Office- DupurUmmt.
For love of nschool-mlitros. .Inmvi Kidd
of McLean County, Illinois, blow out bis
" "CAlTtO AND NAS1IV1LLK
Tim MIoMiu nu-auicrs I vi- t.i i"
. f nllii' iUy itnt nt lliu lionr- t1ow.iimsl
TALI S.MAX, Kvery Monday at.rp.ni.j
VTYJtOKK; Kvory Tlmrday, at fl p.m. 5 :
LUM8DKX, Kvery .Saturday, nt p.m.
Kor l-'rt'inlit or I 'an w w'y'" "rl,',r '
IllUGS &; MALLOnV.,
JanW7llf 7i UUl'j l.fjVUK.
Th Wiuliful andliitht drti:tit rli'm-'r
sonsiF.r 8Mr:ni.KY. ntfr.
teT Cairo dully at i p.m.. aJ'l r'!ucahnJstlr
Uflvlnt allfti.rlur ib'OOIlllllDil itlOlll iltlti
aolioll piitUu ctroiiaj!o.
Tin and Ilollorr Ware, Clothes irrlnsTru
1 ..iio w.irn. rjiui iin.u. l-fre
Shorols Air tlratw.
MnnufuPlnrf r of
Tin, taper, Zinc and Sheet Iron
No. 166 Washington Avo
taaMK. Uuttariaar-anit all UluiU or
Ja Wia Utissaat SSborUal Nullce,
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
Ciiarlcrcd Mrch 31, ISA
t .mho. irLiSoi.s.
i ? n.KJ ' l"rrilenti
H Jm, Vlaf.l'rMlilrni(
w . in .l. 1'. ui t.ury unit Traarr.
Dopo.IU ofntiy Amount tuTdrram
'I'cn Cent (jMvariti.
lute.- -tpiid nnilpuiliiilhorittqof tnrctnt.
p r mint."! Mnrrh airl Hept.. 1st.
tnic.-.'H not wide Ir.v.rn t.n.MJ lmmillitlj to
llir priti.' inl of tliolp.oflii. tbereby giTlccthtm
t'li' I'Oiin.l thtcre-t.
Hnrriod Women .tart CltllelrcB
Slftr dopolt tnDfy so tliaS
.VI) l).K iak OAS DKAW IT.
1.. orrytHMln dsy from 9 a.m. to .1p.m.
MD'f fihinlK) evenmif fur fcUVI.NO DEI'tWITS
ODly, ir in 0 to Solnek.
aiiirAtr W. ltT3L0P.narr.
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IIVMIII. HUItl). S'rroldeilU
K(MI):it'' W. Mlf,Li:it, Vlee-Pr.!
l A'. Ui;(IMj:s, Cmliler.
Collections Promplly Made,
rj;;(.;iii'iae. Coin, Ilnnk Stm
ami tin Iteil Statss (secturl
ttcs IJouKlit and
lntemt Allowed on Time Dfaaslta.
cii! mm BANK
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WAI.TK11 U V.SI.OI. AsaltantCaair
StMtti Tailor Yf. I. HallMar,
cstt Whltr Koht. II. Caaalaha
Uo. IK tWIIIacMOD, .SKphfa nird,
A. II. SsfforJ.
Exchange, Coin anil
A i KMIKALUAWKIfllQ MCB!aa
p ON.N' 4AI. YARD.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
3Iomil Carhoir, Du Qualn tsael
.1 Kiiotl .'.tipjily on IIaHd,aaU aHvra
In aity part of (lie alt..
r.rory Load of Coal Weighed, aast faU
IHOIN COAI. I'VltNIHKO AT
im:i: oar i.oau.
Or .; 1 l Itie offlcii Willie flllfd immeJIaUC
JAMES KOSS, Prop'r.
Aii rrcparcd to Supply Caateaaers
. llh tho llfst tJnaUty ef
Onlira li lt nt Itatlhtay Bros. "
Tin, lit Ohio I.vivr, of nt Si al
Vml lirloiy tit 91.' Clmrlr M
si.vlin:ccJvrraip A'ttrnt'lois. ( u
Tl.f Tu"iluUuU" nUlbriay C-atOaul
tii.ir ui tiny hour. .Iy or mfilit.
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I OOIuncy, l'cnaaxlvaaia.R'
I rl ntc). aa'l pHjiKaa I fojityi aJJ&stuKol. 1
('uiiltal and A..I.U ja SMaa,riaT
SprlnirlwU. ll!aiiaafy BS, iaI
111 .it 4i 11 'rtiA l.triltnin. KirM I n .11 r.Iu.A l!um.
fiiii essroinpiu-g witn iiiui.wk, aaai
H Vour. truly, .UU?UfC
t n . vovmiJi m,
J . . J nH, Cairo, 111.
OXc In Winivr' Block. v;vraer 7th trt aad
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