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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 6, 1871.
"ONLY DAILY TAPER IN EGYPT.
M . ftTOCKFIjETII
' (Aaceaner to Poole Stockfletb)
Becttler and Wholesale Dealer la t or
tlfa Mi JtoflUftlc
UODDHS, 1INES, ETC.
CAIRO. - - ILL.
lie keapeonjisnlcontlaitlri afall stock f
OMKMtackr BwrbM, Kyi- aid Mon.
MOkelA nhlsktea. French Bran
dlet, HolUad Via. Kalae
and California W'laea.
Alio, keep constantly on hand a mom cuen
plete dock 0!
Scotch an Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Wi are Sgenta tor J. Held A Co.' Celehfat
We Mil ueluelrely for Cm It, to which icl
rtrite th attention of clots bargain boyers
Special attention alttn to fllliojj order.
7 M . Hi NG'IiUTTKU,
iMfaWter and Wholesale Dealer
TOBACCO nd CIGARS.
Ajtea. for Wat brand of
CBEAM AND STOCK ALE
XaxortS JXmm ofcsU
OU' COAL YARD.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
Vaut Cewteen, Dm Qualn mid
AaeastMaaalr llaad, and delivered
ta say aart or the ally.
Every Lead or Coal Weighed, and full
mv )cnrcaM. rviiNiai.D A-raso
rmm cam. imab.
Orders If A at Ilia fflco willt-c flllrd (mmcdlaUC
JAMES UOSH, Prop'r.
Ire Preparel to Supply Cuntouiera
will Ike llett quality or
Ordere la at tUllldajr Hrot. otace,
Wo. TO tfalo Lava, or nt lha Coal
Yard betaw Its at. Ctiarle Ho.
Tl, Tut. "Vlontauk"
rill triPK. Coal alongside
teamers m any hour, day fir nielli
ers at any nour, aay or mam.
Cairo, Ut'l. tula, WJ -If
H, W. Mil La.
: Forwarding Merchants
FLOUR. CORN, OATS, HAY,
No. 58 Ohio Iivee
CAIRO. ILLHfOIH. '
Car. P Ur awl Iklrtwutk St ,
CAIRO, .... ILLlNQlt
(Id tha bulMInc kaoraMtha8roithBtor.)
I, .oiBC. a Qaiwraiarootry MvtliwM in pm-cta
FralU. mkJ5i fflt Maal. 1'ickUd Pork,
gooal ninifly ktpi taYrtMlui tte itora.
Iwlldavtf F '
The Citizens' Movement means that
the pastimo of the light-fingered rogues
and gamblers, who; during the past
year, have bocn permitted to ply their
avocation uninterrupted, meeting
atrongcra at the earn and boat, and
inveigling them into dens like the
"Clipper," mustlx) discontinued. Don't
every citizen know that if Mr. LauKden
ahould be elected Mayor, within thirty
dayiTurk'rlioH inaugurated the gamblers
and (Jra.tjdioppur h'amx of Cairo will be
very ecarco? They arc not for him.
I ll K Litizons .MovuniL'iit meaiiri an
inauguration of another attempt to
briri'' manufacturer with their money
to Cairo. The former attempt which
was made in 10!', ha resulted in the
a . n m. 1
csiaiiiisnmciit 01 :i nox ,:ictorv, u nun
factory, a wagon factory, a furniture
factory, and the commencement of a
ueenMvaro factory, to be the largest
in the United .State. When Mr. Wil
son became Mayor ho nupprcf-ed the
attempt, his opposition compelling the
committee on manufactories to dis
band. If Mr. Lau.dcn should be
elected, the attempt to induce manufac
turers to locate in Cairo will be re-iuau-
uuratcu. It .Mr. Ilarnll is elcctca no
such attempt, at hU Miggctioti, will be
TWO GAXDI DAWS'
Mr. JJailoy S. Harrell, at the oli.M-
tatiou of many citizcu of all nationali-
ties and colors, and much in oppo-itinu
to his Inclination in fact, in thu (aco
of his frequently cxprc-cd determina
tion to not have the office, and in order
to free himself from a disagreeable
'pressure," has contented to become n
candidate for Mavor against Mr. l.aus
in. We have known Mr. Harrell lor the
past six years, auu uavo neeii wic
enough to pUruhac nil our fumituru
from him. As n furniture dealer and
a goutletnan of pleasant t-oeial habit"
and deportment he ha alwajs been re
ceived by u tit par; and, tlierc i notu-
ng in the way of bit business, or for
him periouaIly, thut we would not wil-
inglydoifwo could; but wo cannot
support bim for Mayor.
Mr. Hanell cannot claim our or any
other Democrat's support on the grounds
of partisanism. It is true he ii a Dem
ocrat in the general i-cnH. and iudores
tho principles of that party without
mental reservation; but ho is ouo of
thoo Democrats who are not above
reproach as "parly men." Ho lias
made it a rule to go in opposition to tho
Democratic party for county or city
oftice, whenever Hodges Hogan, or
Wilson bolted, and they have done ho
every year lor tiio pa-t nan n oocaue.
s it matter of nourM', therefore, being
an independent candidate, ho cannot
now lay claims, as n matter of party
right", to tho support of the DtMuocratic
elector. Ho must go to tho people
claiming that he will make a better
Mayor than Lan.-deii ; and this is the
question the voters mint decide on next
If wo understand .Mr. Harrell s pmt-
tiou jin municipal matters, ho is in fa
vor of standing still if it is impossible
to go back to the condition of tho "olden
timo" in Cairo. If a proposed manu
facturing establishment needs encour
agement, Mr. Harrell is ono of tho last
men in the city who would bo np
prdaclied, not because ho is ttingy of
either his money or kind words but
because bo has no faith in any proposed
enterprise, and finds a peculiar conso
lation in taking a gloomy view of tho
future. It may be replied to this, that
Mr. Lansdcn has done not much for
our publio enterprises ; but bo hai at
least given to them tho encouragement
of a kind word, and is now tho repio-
iseutativc of thoso citizens who nro de
termined, if possible, to push forward
tho city to wealth and prosperity. Ho
is a young man, and young men or old
men with tho thoughts and aspirations
of young men, nro what our city most
needs at this timu.
. , Unfortunately, too, for Mr. Harroll,
who isan amiable gentleman, ho will
have the support of ' all we think wo
may say all the men who havo giveu
the city its unenviablg reputation. Wo
do hot wish to be ttndentovd when we
say this, bi aaaertifig that no' good citi
zens are supporting Mr. Harrell, be-
cause we know the contrary ; but we do
bcliorc, that the worser elemavt' of our
city loofctjpon Mr. Lanaij'n as th rep
rcscntAtivd of their enemies and! that
it is to their interest to striko their foes
a blow by defcatit 3Ir. Lansdon, Thii.
is a fact .created by the present condi
tion of afairs andjiot, of course, by Mr.
HarrcllTiksireii ' .
Tor thoae, and other reason"?.' we are
compelled .to say that, in our opinJon,
the iBieraats of the city require the
election of Mr. LMadoa.
l.v Tin: dluMtrou tiro which occureJ In
Springfield on Thursday morning, the
Maiom sustained great and Irrepnrablo
lottos. Tho four Maiouic lodgot of tlio
city occupied tho third ttory or one of tho
burnt buildingi. In tho Jiatnn building
win n Uo thu pubiiihirig office of tho Mu
ltifile Trwtll, conducted by II. C; Itoy
noliU, Eiq., und a vnlaublo private Mn-
unlo library belonging to 3Jr. HuynolJt.
In spito of every oxortlon the flames cuiild
not be checked and nothing' wo saved ;
record of tho fraternity, rcturni, report-,
and proceeding, the library of tho
grand secretary, and the contents of the
TrowtU oflicc, perilled In tho flames.
The jo welt and ornaments ot tho four
lodge were suved, but in n damaged con
dition. The lodgo furniture, clothing, to
galia, iicn woro nearly all loit. Tlio fra
ternity lOit heavily.
X lots which hi irreparable and Incal
culable) lndollam and cent, resulted in tho
grand secretary's oSkc. There is mi ctti
tnatoof l,000, but till. U on tho furniture.
Ail of tho records, rcporti and official
library ( gone, Tho day after tho tire,
thu library was curlchod by reports of tho
procHttdtngs of grand Induct nil over tho
world. Many raro .Mntoiilc works had
been obtained by purchate and others had
heon given, tome of them unique and all
very valuable. Thu collection wat said
to Imvo n one of tlio inot complete In
this country, und would conparo with any
In tho world. Witli this Invaluable col
lectuiii all ofllsUl lettars, roturnn, reports
and documents have been Involved in'
Smnnor lias the dltraso of the heart.
l'ittsburg hus a thrro yr old song-
Work Iia Ujii resumed In many of the
Negroes havo at lust been admitted to
membership in tho Tyjmgrnpblcal Union
of Washington City.
Wendell 1'hllllppt pronouncei Oinint
and Congress falluros, and predicts anoth
er rebellion In let than ten year.
Thi Free Masons of New York city aro
making arrangements for a formal recep
tion f Earl Do Qrey and Kitson, ono of
too mom hers of the Joint Jilgb. commission,
and Grand Mattcrof Masons In England.
It is tatd ilmt .lolin Itusscll Young, who
sailed for Kurope last Saturday, wejit a.s n
speclul agent of the Treasury Doparcmont,
carrying letters from Grant and other in-
atliern llllaul. luaaar Aajrluat
IKrom ill Chlcsgo Tnbunr.
Sriu.vnriKi.il, Feb. 23
Till: INSANE ASVI.UM BWINULC.
The last Legislature appropriated Sl'JS,
000 to build an lntanu Asylum in tho
southern nart of the State, and four Com
misttoners woro appointed to tako chargo
onoy and tno building, 'iiiotlrst
thing they did was to draw $2,000, or
$100 apiece, and start otfon n tour through
tho country In search of Insane Asylums
until thoy dltcovored ono that came up to
their notion of what such an institution
ahould bo. Whether they found ono or
not thoir report does not state, nor is it of
inucn importance, though it may bo inter
citing for thu publia to bo assurud that
th.v got back sufe, their head tilled with
Insano ideas, or rather Ideas on insanity ;
then thev began to hunt up a sultaolu
site for tho building, and after awhile they
caine to tho conclusion that1 they would
amounting to $115,000, besides extra pay
for excavating. Thoso "extras'' will cost,
according to tho report, $10,300, which,
added to tbo $115,000, makes I2fl,aOO,
being, at tho report coolly lays, ' in oxces
ofsuld appropriated, JSOO.'1 Now it is
understood that when $li!5,000 was ap
propriated, it was inttuded tho .amount
should covor till tho expenses of tho
"north wing,'' nrt to bo erected. Instead
of remembering this Important fact, tho
Commissioners expended a largo portion of
tho monoy in various ways, and afterward
mudo tho contract for tho building involv
ing more than tho sunt appropriated. Of
coiiMu the Statu must stand by tho contract
and muk'o up tho deficiency in tho appro
priation causod by.tueunnuihotiaed outlay.
The following financial statement will 'give
an Idea how the monoy goes i '
To null 'if Slate Treasurer
To ea.il from ale. of farm jiroiluets,...
, ivr t'1
....W8 1ST 01
Ily rash i.iliion oiUmate. tor work und
iiiiuriw , ...........,...,,,,
llv r.li lKild for luiis
f IS MT 03
, IT 410 SO
, fi 674 WJ
Hyeath paitlfiir plans and ir.wing..
paid for, ojjeriuWu4Uo?.t.
paid for tlommlslonent' pel
(linn and oxptn.es.
15 213 04
Ily cash paid for Commislonm' frtl
IIIIIUVIIIVIK., .lUl'ftH, VIV .,
Ily c-ali pii for Coiinniloar' oltlce
plant it noar tho town or Anna in
Count v, Flvo hundred and ninety
of hiiiJ woro bought for J17,42020,
contract for tho bllilulnc
Hf cih paid ff CoBBiMloa.ra' aaglo
Dy atali raat toXJasafruwaan'
Ily catk in baao ar ttaamy f tha
,..$ 197 H
laat flrl7,0Vlnu iBOO..
1 ,wjm uramuj-,
toba BatdArt hi
atlon.M8,000. addad to tba , Hlnoe on
09. OCootiaafitMaBkaaa' will, aawa ,16,
m T l j ... ... -
H iM piaau itani ipu
lint around tbocountrr. ara but. down at
$i,S40M. a nice little mm when, divided
between tnrco or four, ui course mo
land had to bti paid for, which waa right
enough, ir tho amount given wat Its actual
cost. The plans' and drawing 'cost' lha
outrageous sum of 90,670, and taosequcnu
ly wo And another item of $411-25 foriur:
voylng and mapping. "Incidental ex
penses," tbat-innocant phraso which has
so often hidden a muHltudo of sins, It
credited with 919.60, and so tho money
toes to tho end.
Not mora than hlf the foundation is
yet laid, and here we toe nearly half tho
appropriation spent, and tho wiiolo ac
count ovordrawn. Over $16,000. accord
ing to their own admission,
went Into the nrivato ex-
chooutrs of tho .Commissioners,' and
though they havo accomplished llttlo or
noiiiniL', iiiey navo mo ciicck ;o como nni
ask to Tio trusted with u further annropri
ittlort of S35'J,117.25 to uroel .tlm ccntro
building and tho other wing. The' com
mittee to which tho mattor was referred
does net Intend to encoursuo any such
rookie ami eiliavagnnt siuandoring of
too people money as lie, uas taKcn in con
n.ctlou ltli tlio'propHsed Institution, and
verv likclv no iippropriatlon will bo mado
this setsion. Thcro-ls bomo talk of re
jiovin lomooflhu Commlstionors and of
placing tbo rosponsibility-in better hands.
Thu report closes With a llttlo bit of rhet
uric, put in, perhaps, to sootho the reader
who hus been disgustcil with tlio exhibit
mado in tha previous papers, It is. as fol
lows: In conclutluu. wo havo to stntt that wa
confidently Idok forward to the completion
of this great work committed to our hands
as a day of rejoicing for the a til Ic ted, for
whom it is bciiiK erected, and ono of gratu-
lation to tbo whole of the nconlo of the
Slate of Illinois as wo shall thou Lave nn
Institution for tho Iruana at otioc spacious.
convenient und well-locatod, wMli'aii Ital
ian climate to aid In the curtail ve process j
to bo adapted thoroln with all of tha mod
ern Improvements which axparlenea and
science combined have enabled vour board
to avatt tncmieiycs ut, ta .isa cttnstrnctton.
ll must, through ages to come, not only,
allevlato tho paint nnd miseries of tin
aflHctcd, but i peal; trumpet-tunged tho
spirit of philanthropy that prompted and
and"carredjntoeu"iicttbis noble enterprise.
J. DOIICHKKTY, President.
IIK.N. L. WJI.KV, .
r OKOltGK L. OWKN,
II. I). KINGSIU'llY.
Tls UJamona rial4a r Africa.
' nrn Ihn Itiehinond DUpatch',
Tho discoveries of diamonds and rubles
and .garnets, along tha valleys of the
Orange and Vnul rivors, in Africa, in
create In richness and wonderment. U.
William', tho Dean of Graham's Town,
writes a second letter to tho London Timrs
on tho subject. KUformcrcoinmunication,
which was regarded with doubt, ho now
declares Is mora than ever verified by tho
facts. The diamond Mold has expanded
with good results six miles from thu river,
and tho huntort have due thirty feel be
neath tho surfaco'Wllh good remuneration
for thoir labor. I). Williams says he has
nover known a sober man tirod or tho labor
and tha reward in the field, und many be-
como rich. Ho speaks of an old man who
hud lost his proporty ami oocomo very
poor, who, in splto of his advanced age,
entered tho fields, and after a brief period
of labor returned homo with twenty thou
sand dollars' worth of diamonds.
Thero uro about Oftoun thousand labor
ers in tho field. Ofcoorsb thero I great
disappointment. with manVi but tho very
presence of so largo a number prove tho
attractions to bo great, ll is to bo re
gretted that so few African Immigrants
aro among tho number. Tho opportunity
is good for a return of a strong roprosonta
Hon of tho raco In this country to tho
land of thoir progenitor. If Africa, Is
over to bo civilized, it I probable that It
wlll.be through tho negro, who lias boon
clvllUeJ In this country, emigrating to
that continent and' Imparling among tho
Inhabitants tho Intelligence nnd arts ho
lias acquired he.ro. This wo the hope of
tho American Colonization Society. Thus
far thit hop has been defended, and of
lata has boon but poorly oncouraged, Tho
dlscovcrloi of mineral woalth in Africa
ought to start thu current of emigration
from this country to that; but wo havo
not heard oven ofnn imjulry about it
among tho' colortd peoplo hero." Africa
temp's them in many ways, aud holds up
tho dazzling diamonds which uuturoht
scattered over tho laud ; 1 u' it suumt to bo
all in vain, Possibly there may bo oino
movement vet in tho why of colonization
to enlighten Africa, but thu signs aro dull j
and despondout enough. The colored peo. I
plo had rather tight hero for .unattnlnablo
equality than to nick up diamonds In Af-.
Ulvutcojl.ass, t r
i Muuy of tho k'tHtot tiro revUlng'thu
divorco liiWHwith thu evoJunt dosiKn of
maklifg thoui moro strirgont. Slta
chusetts 1ms a bill Introduced' prohibiting
tllvurcod persons ffoun marrying Hgtln
within thrco yours." In IJe'w' Jerey, the
supplethent tolhb act cohcefnliig divorces,
plaelhg the children bf divoroed1 paronts
undorr tho 'card of lliechnncollor, who
must, In disposing Of them, bo uulded
sololy bvnyhat it Wt tor their welfare,
lias passod'both houses. Tho cffcot.of Iho
law w.111 bo to eoura to mother a larger
rocognlUoJi of maternal right than Is now
enjoyed. In Indiana the law bat been so
omonded that divorco tookors from other
statea will and it no easy matter to get a
ripens,, furnitnra. etc...
It; CMh paia forCommttaloners' adycr-
-a, U7,WT,BaV Mf MM
HotrTaar "Reeslva" la WaaBlactoa,
The following Is from a "WashlngW
Few marriad ladles without tome yuig
and BMttv.aitiftsHit. After eaok entry r
nuit, ehfSrnUaatiai.' asStW wlatu'.Waifof
(which art viTy thin). homeaMtr water
crackers and cake'are handed. At the day
rccoptlon of the Cabinet ladle thla year
thero baa been no wine, but the abovo eat
ables and drinkables are alone used. At
Mm. Flsh't Mccptlorii to avoid the risk of
spilling the chocolsto on lidiet drossea
Vecauso the parlort aro to crowded, ladies
and gentlemen' are Invited to walk Into the.
tfkilag-Toom back of the parlor, where,
ceoccTate Is poured from a, silver plUMi
into flne Cfetna cups, ana wawrs aaa atuaat
'arirMMeti. wine is usoa ai aoroo noiuca
and ballton or beef tea 'otben . Many
caMrWawtsmer use roos Hyiusi cria.
"sMtsaw ef Ices are rtravoral dtavasr tfea
atn ssiiius i saaa tuatttaary ST ung
.enierutinmenu, ana ougni to m com
mended at sensible drink.
Vaa Valike 0 a a vil War.
Tho manv admirers of Von Moltko in
America will doubtless ba stratilad bv
reading the following account of hit ap
preciation of our late war The story it
ivon in a vcratiitt letter; "ocnerai
en .uoiike wat aPDealcd to by tomo
rentlemen in soclotv tbo othor evanlotr to
seltlo some disputed point In connection
witn tue nittory or tne American civil
war,' wu tho quiet reply, at which moro
than one In the room exproeted surprlto.
'No,' said tho great atrateglrt, I havo
purposely kept myself in Ignorance upon
that tubjeot. because thero was nothing to
be loarnod from It. Wtr Isa science, and
any record of tho mere scrambling of two
armed mobs can only produce confusion
In tho mind."
A Bar'aSJaasaoslttaaen thaaaat,
coat it stronger than a pic and gives
milk. Uo looks at you. Ho does the
doctor, but a goat has four legs. My goat
butted Deacon Tilllngbatt In 'a bad ids
nnd a llttlo calf wouldn't do so. A boy
father Is an orphan, and if ho
halnt cot no mother ho
It two orphans
Tho coat don't givo so much milk as tho
cow, but moro than an ox. I saw an ox at
fair ono day with n card tied to its left
c.ir, and wo went In on a family ticket.
.Mother picks cecse In the summer, and
the goat eats grass and Jumps on a box.
Souio folks don t liko goats, but as for mo.
givo mon mule with a paint-brush tall.
Tho coat is a useful animal, but den't
moll as swcot as nlco bear's oil for tho
hair. If J bad too much hair I would
wear a wlc. at old Captain rotors docs. 1
will tell my coat for tlireo dollars, and co
to the clrcostosoo tho elephant which is
bigger than flvo goats. Father Is coming
homo to-morrow, and the baby bat 'got tho
croup bad. TUOMAB HUINF.:
A motjkkm St. Francis hat died lately at
New York one Louis Uornard, who to
Invt thi Smtn cMitlnK li,L ha Sta'"-
isol'to death in a novo), In order that
he might leave 9100,000 to the society
which makes tho welfare of brutes Its care.
This benefaction, tngethor with othor mu
nificent one lately received, hat placed
tho New York Society for tho Trevwitlon
of Cruelty to Animals in tho possession of
regular ineomn or ?':&,uuo n year, lor
which let humanitarians be thankful. Wo
havean unendowed UumaneSoclety in. Chi
cago; havo wo any St. Francis among u. 7
ir so, it wouia naroiy ne pome to usk
him to hurry up and die for tno benefit of
our society's cause: but it would bo In or
der to ask poople, In general, who have
sou Hearts to contnoutu tncir several
mites against tho timo when' our fit Fran
cis shall make his appoaranco and his
5J"Dnn't you rcuicmbor the story of
tbo Frenchman, who, for twenty years,
loved n lady, and never mlssod passing his
evenings at her houvo. Sho becaino a
widow, "i wish you joy,'1 cnou nis menu;
you may now marry tlio woman you havo
to lone: adored." "Alas.'1 said tho poor
Frenchman, profoundly dejected; "and If
so, whoroshall.I spend my evenings 7"
tts?As George III. was walking tho
quarter-deck of one of hit men-of-war,
with his hat on, a sailor asked his mess
mato "Who that fellow was, who didn't
dowse his peak to tbo admiral?" "Why.
It's tbo king," "Well, king or no king,''
retorted tho othor, "ha it an unmannerly
dog." Lord, where should ho learn man
ners," ropliod Jack, "ho never was out
of tight of land in his life."
CAMO AND NASHVILLE
The Mlnwlnx al'aiaors laasa Cairo
on tlin days and at the hours Ulownamsd
TALISMAN, Every Monday at C p.m. ;
TYHOXU, Kvery Thursday, at S.p.m.;
LUMSDEN, Every Saturday, at 6 pan.
Kor Weight or IVmok aeily on board, or to
1HOOS A MALLOHY,
CAIRO AND PADUUAH r
The lmiu fill ami ll;ht Urmirhtotonnii r
I UOUNKY HMi:ilU:V Xttr,
Leaven Cairo ilmlj at.lp in,, ivjtl i'aditcah dally
M'J a. in. Ilavlnjj superior aeniiimn.lntions she
oiieita piieiitt pMronagt,
KHtate of Jacob CauMc , decease1,
TlietiDderslEueil liavinK been appointed adailo
latrator cum ftalmaanlu auuexo of lha estate of
Jacob Caulilo Into uf llio Count of Alexander 4
Stain of Ills., Ueceaseil, hereby KlTunntica tbl he
will appear Vlor the Colony Cuurt.Vf AIS'X
Ciuufy, at tha courl hbuae Crcilro,' anbiTWll
Term, on the Third .Monday in. Ajnl aaat,
alwluch time all UM4 hathir'eUleiaasi
nun esuie are notinea anu ru"- Twri
AdminJttmter rum tesiammto haaato.
for thepuniossor navm
person moebled to said f? "HVJ V
In ke immedlstapaeroient to tie uaawtliMd. ,
Dated imtmti.tiw fZffl'ii$(l:
Wf. it .i!-""
Notary l-uhii"." '
II. If. S iuulr
Notary I'nlillc and IV
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Aaacla nin.TS III
ANHKICA.V :i'..V'a'leAB.. 13
AhmoIn 5tl(.0!)0 0(1
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THA VFI.EU'N, If 1 it 11 tKl),
aaacia.. l.liOO.OOO 00
RAILWAY PANSEXJ lis AS
NUKAXCE CO.. ll irtT.
Aymcla 500.000 00
Atwcli, I0:i0,5!i 06
Safford, Morris & Candee
71 MIO LEVEE
City Ksllonal Hank,
IRE AND MARINE
JCf tftuarsa.. JW. -V-
- aMBTI. ..tl.3(,tm S
Germanla, WT. Y.
Hunovor, IV. Y,
rtepublic, 3V. Y. ;
AhNlrrM.... S7t,035 00
CaatprUlas; llit VudcrwrltaraVtKr
Yonkerti, N. Y. ;
AISStKTW ........ tN7N,:tl 13
ANt.-riS 813Uit03 J3
Vtail.TN . SUTH.000 00
Soourity. 3V. Y. ; Marine
ANNKTM .....M..-...5I,iaH Kill 00
tnrpM. iwMln. t....nr..... ,..,. ...
CarKOM.In.ur. ( r.i.Jni (hrorthle as hotiml
rrranenl ciirltr will warraut
I rsnvlfiillv a k nt ! li.,.n. nr r-.i.,.
har of their patronage; ' '
Office at Klrst Wallooal .liank
JAN. 1, 1871,
Fire Insurance oiiipiuiy
Lwrawt tuitl NU'siiikchi .llulual
I'lre ImuniucD C nip any
In tho World.
HyrlisrliT nfitie company, tlio Mutual mem
lr are rit'paillp fur ')iiirnt of nil lotei,
whethor umler Jliiliml or t'nh 1'ollelo.i, Hiiik
imrauleeinK the CaIi l'ullov HoMor tho
Most Reliable) Iutlemnity
(ntercil ly nny
t'ttuiimiiy lu tlio ltillotl Ktntes
THIS AO KNOT ISSl'JiS CASH IN
i-.tiiiiiii intci (lint on tiiotifit V in
J ,;n .sa.u'4.n,mr is
Calli item. m . !I31,JWII Mil
TPtlaiilaMcMl ofUo 0,3m sou no
Iflcr.iofasel or fo. .luring
PAt V) tnonthn...,.. - 1.1.13,100 uo
Caiih rccelpioiiHn;i"ll..t..M...., 7a,7J vu
Amount paid f"r l"e durlii
19 iv ete" tetateatteaaeee t)M y - - y
During tho pint thirty year tliooom-
Ing Inttiraneo Company hi l,!l'd 0Tcr
4rta0 claims, amounting to )1,8B".
Capital tasl fifai8Vlh'
,naalJ. HU.. jjitoarv ua.'im'.
' DaA'Ni, -The tycialn Kite lnsuiiui:e Com
i.a h ecmplled wttlr th.. Ia, 'add i? amj.or.
taaJioatobaa'aea in iinm"-.
J Wruurs trnlv. M. 0. UPPINCOTT.
' . Auditor,
ilw . ' jTJfi AJeatt.'Calrii; iHe.
otaca InWlaMrVBioek; corner Till street and
Commercial evetme. nil rod
OBAI.at I : -
B1 L O T? It
-c . And Ajjalo of .
OIUQ KlTTKaH KAHAWstA
110 OHIO LEVEE,
Cairo . X13 xxolam. ,
UEl'Ill-y KXTI.NO Til E FOLLOWING LINK
Memphis & St. Louis Packeto.f
Oompnmna tlio followma nrtls;fai'tii(r
Belle Memplils, 1 Bello StVLetilt,
CHy or Cluster, J IJraud Towor.
' tub, , 7t'Jv-'
ntv r ii- wJi,asi.-f -
Clfy of Cairo. I Kulilcouif '
I'ttcui'l l.lue, it
Vlll Inte on
Tuesdays, Thursdaya, Saturwaya and
Will I,eate on
IVcdnpRiIajH, Frldaji aatl Snadayi.
Uoiinernni! trltli tho MoLila anil Ohio lUllroaJ
nt Colurilmn, .Vu!iri!l. ami Nurthcitrn Itall
roal at Jllekiimni wltti tha U.mnhli and Char.
lesion. Mltidiakiiml anil T.nii.iHMMj Monnnliia
ami .nulm-illn luiiroixl ai Memnhlt, ami with tha
H(. Irnill'l. ll'hifM ami lrki,n. rirm naVata ar
lll;lliiii jiU i. Tt.o
Will ni'kxeniinertlAnt. alia, with tha'Arkanaaa
river packet at Napeleoni wilh Mottthern Kail.
ro.l ami Yatoo river nl New Urfeaaa paokeu ai
Now OrlcanH Pttcketa,
Maldus all war lanJIof, depart tri-weeklir.
Ono of the Above Steamers will
Leave Cairo for SI. Louis Daily
Connecting there vlth all tlio lUllroads ruaaiaa
nut of ."i. Ixtn, ana w lih tho Missouri river aal
upper Allumfijl picket.
11 A. R. kVTe, Tlektjsi Age'l
Oil J. 31. l'hllll Hunnslk wktatrftjaat
OAlliit. ll.I,INels, - '
Wliorolliraiishli-kcl may ba procured fcral1.
point Km, Wot, otlllKn.t Houtb, reached by
llientioiu lines or lUrougli connavlloDt snadabjr
(if nm at TlvUet Agcul, Hi, l.ouls, at 0.
llnoretnoved from the corner of Fifih street and
Commercial iitvmie, to
Tho Second House on Fifth Slt,
llctiiveii fommerclal aud Wallugta
An J keep couUutiy ou haa-l a full f upaly el
t ot orltn, A'slloii,Toya, fcc.
riviiaiuMav - tw
I nrlce in tha eltr.
rtlman h changed hr
in'l loraat laa local Ion of
icr iiv " .-r3 V.." TTi
r It.. W.1I...H., Mill uImbmb
dJfii'oi: parloflhe heuW.t I A dlmlw
i - i n1t
j A. n. lUM.is,
(succonsor torSrker i'l'htlti.
rm)l .1 tl
i ' a a
And Dealer la
liximiH, ai - ...
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