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" MiVnCKl'ltlSE SAVINGS
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CU V NATIONAL RAN' K, CAIRO.
A. 11. SAKKORP, President ;
S. S. TA YI.OK, VlclVi'.i.lent i
V. IIYMI.OP, Mecretarr hii.I Treasurer.
r. w. iuci.
II M. iVlfclMJUAM.
W. I'. liAllIfAV,
J. M. run til-.
De iosIim of Miy Amount llooolvciirroin
Ten renin i inn.
fSl'KitET paid on deposit nltho rate ol six
X ?cnt. per nnum, Narcn iihou twinem'
I.. I.I Ititt.,.,.! yr.l ullhilrawn 1 milled ttTltlie
dlal-lj lothe principal of the leif.l, thereby
giving mem cuinpouuu inwiesi.
MAHKlrll WOMEN AND CMLDRKN MAY
SO VltAT u out tisa CAM PW IT.
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only, from In 8 o'clock.
nujutf W. UTSLOl', Treasure.
THE CITY NATIONAL
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Kxrbnnctu Coin Hint tiiUtnt NlHtrti
Rond Boiik' ni"l Nolil.
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On week, tij riirrlf f,
One jear by carrier, In atlviwire 1"
Duo monii';b,j.!AH,.v....(..-......f W
H. r.e' month.,.... 1 2
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1 St i,fridu.iptcV:AtijAikrwnfilifJeat!oJ
dam: the ailvmormeiMiiiniMthern Itttnuitt
nKUU-Qti fH'lH'ill bill
.. ;ia ..firJ .1.1.1 tuj-ttiitiikt etrtuUtfotl, thf UhUc-
Im tulicttt tht itnlrunnjtvt tldtvjtt tuvlcrt ami
tnterjinting 6miihs him.
THE DOLLAR WKBKLY lll'LI.Kri.V.
John 11. OlxTly A C"i li""' r.'.lu I the nib-
M'ri.tlR price f the V'kl C.lin lltllletin to
Ont lij'lar iitrnniiiiM. iii.iUiik t 'the clicipt-st pft
IXTpuLllilied liiKouthcru llliuolx.
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For PrttiJent, 1872,
JAMES R. DOOLITTLE,
HuOiret io the tlrciswn n the twlwnal item
iti,. N.wYotk WoldonHi'iil..r lwollttle.
"His record is 'id tonnlatM inul untar
nithed that it may be lil.ened to it ntruight
line draw" nerots a puzslfu clear beam,
uimicerted by the ttuetuntiny atmofjiherc
of AnierUdH jxitltie.i, through the past
I Wow a 2cA lu&Mtur Wi. icdiyrM at Ik
1 ' tml.v, ;y.)
"I.etnaact ty lliHoiitl.milhi preoej to
do i y the 'people nt Lalliim after lliey hnd ri"
belle.l Kint Itoino UO'I h lli-i'h put ilounby
(he Htl.ll. a at that power Whei the question
roe la the aeimte : 'Win! i..U ilmio with
Iit urn and the people of Intuitu ' there were
t.iin even there h ehoiite.1 5 Vntlec Ale then
M.'iw-rtyi make Ihein Imt.-'." 1 here waa, how.
. .nn lliMtdHV MllO M.iVlIlt tlUVtl lllliilH llietll
tlTea 10 thtlruwn Ui. Hut Cnuillltia, hop
evch or a
iuuil Jl ,!. uiudu lil'.patueiiu
itinitMl. ami): Vi
:t.i 1 .-.I1!... mjIiI miliniiQM
vJ'l to the poer ami Khoy "I
itnn, . i"' It ui. now that they hve lal.l Uuwi.the
1 t .ui r.,i.iiin nn J have renewu.l their
kll.Mine un",n ,,ie e,i""'
boutlirm ieopie nur ''u"7Vi "
a..l to the power and tilery l ty nation.
Tun Connecticut Senate ta eugage
in some very radical works. It has
pa8gedlill.,MVPuMwithout; tho palu
of tho law all business transactions of
whioh liquor trafficing forms a part.
A loaso of premises on which liquor is
Bold iB mejdM'M-i the lcsice
noed pay no ront,f Jio,, pleases and if
tho retailer can get n biock oi iKiuure
on credit, ho catinol '6 compelled to
nav the debt as contraotod; So, alter
drinking at Jjifl f9u"ter lue cust9.m9r
cannot bo cbmpclRcTby law to pay for
his drinks. Aud it, aner gemug
booty. tnut4u.rifih6uld' fool playfully
inclined and smash decantern, tumblere
and wiudows, tho liquor-sollcr must
bear the W. ' An'd: Whatever datoagd
drankeu uieu might do outsido of tho
place vfaeft'Hnby got'iho liquor that in.
i.f-..-jAl 11 .P, 4lia onnlr.
ftftlla ar.kIakTalnfrltt would lw liable I
At iUSB wItcb andlaiided,lnabar;olofoftap."
oliiltlron cm hiio nml hold not only tlio
linuor-jcllcr, but lliu landlord of (lie
premise wlicro llio liinor in rold, lia
ble in dniiinKOrf. Moreover, any one
found under the influciico of liritior
twico in n year in lo bo considered n
drunkard in tlio ryes or tho law.
I'npcr I innnufnctured from hop-vines
h( .Mur.olllo, Franco, mid is sul.l to lie
ilrotig, flexible, whllo nnd soft, n nil much
liked in that region.
Willi n eommcndiiblo patriotism, which
tho l'rutiliui oecupatlon seems not to hnvo
dnmpeiicd, tlio city of Stnubourg Subscri
bed Jiyjuu.w'J trunc totiio rrtiiioii loan.
It Is stated" that most of tlm contribu
tor to tho lUppol nro now in London, nnd
nro nbout to stnrl n tiuwspnpcr thoro undor
tho nuplcuj of M. Victor Hugo, with
whom they nro In communicntion. Thoro
nro now flfty-slx meml crs f tho Cotnmuno
in the Hrltlsh metropolis.
Tho widow of Ouncrnl Ulumonl Thomas
hns lust died nt the- llttlo town of Ciillcn-
dorl'. Her mind wnstingct bv tliu murder
of her husband, nnd tliu was so persuaded
that his itssusMiis wero in pursuit of her
that sho chnngod bur lodgings frecpicntly,
ana sometime twico in tho sumo any.
Those who do nut feel Inclined to bollovo
thnt l'nris Insurrection Was iiformidnblo
onelmveonly to notice tho number of urms
taken : 4o;i,CUl guns; 1,007 Hold cannon,
nnd 1,C10 artillery wagons. Tho cannon
on tho fortifications, amounting to 1,100,
aro not counted in this statement.
Tho leniith of tho Tichborno enso is not
unexampled. Soma few hundred years
ngo thoro nroso n disputo regarding n
bearing in tho coat of nrms of tho Rutland
family nnd tho right of another great
hoiiso to its Adoption. Un tins trim
Chaucer cnvilivldo -co. It lnstod through
ono vrholo century nnd tho latter part of
ot the poecodlng and lormcr part ot tho
Tho latest report circulated bv London
correspondents In reference to tho l'rinco
l nles is that ho Is enamored of tho
Prussian military system! that ho consid
ers tho condition o'f tho army unsatisfac
iofv, nna wero it not that ho dooms him-
.elf tongue-tied by hi, position ho would
gladly advocate much more swooping
chances than nnv which hnvo vet been
tory, nml wero it not that ho dooms him
changes than any which hnvo yet been
Tho British Government elves Queen
V ictoria 385,000 n year, tho Duchess of
Cambridge widow of tho Queen's cousin
0,000; tho Princess Augusta, daughter of
mo same cousin, J,uuo; ttiu jjuko ot Cam.
bridgo, son of tho same, 12,000; tho l'rin
cess tcck, another dauehtiir of tho same.
0,000; tho Princess Alice, 0,000; tho
l'nncoss Louise, 0,000; tho Princess
Holona, 0,000; tho Princo of Wales,
40,000; l'rinco Alfred, 15.000; total
4B-I,000( or nearly $2,500,000 a year.
A now weekly rianor has annearcd In
Paris. It Is called Lo Salut. It Is entire
ly dovotcd to tho policy of tho Chief of
tho Hxcutivo Power, and ndvoentes leav
ing to timo and exporienco tho task of sot
ting up naturally nnd without collision
tho dreaded ouestlon of tho ultimata form
oi government in Trance. It violently
attacks JJonanartism. and htatos that
Imperil agents nro cnrrvlng on in tho
departments n propagnnda with tho ob
jeet ofrcncering the linnncml mensurcs o
tho Uovcinmont tnpo.iulnr. Lo Salut
vigorously opposes the gjitcm of froo trade,
nnddcelaros that tho treaty of lfefio has
been ono of the most injurious of tho nets
oi mo v;ii;sarcan regime.
On baturdny, n Prussian, nnd not tho
llrst ono, nppeared beforo one of our spce
ial tribunals (says n Paris Journal) claim
ing llio benefit of tho now Inw on rents
It appears that this barefaced rcprobat
iiimio no niiomni to ui9gtiieo his nationa
iiy, oui wiiii n nornuio tierman accent ex
plainml to llio jury that ho had been
summoned to join tho army of his country.
uiiu iiiiii inn? uuen uiinuiu in iiunvo an
bcuellts from his lodgings in Paris. "An
the tlvo milliards?-" nhouted several voices
in court. In vain tho poor Prussian cried
" I hut hns nothing to do with me." Tho
jury told him to imply to his t'ovornmont
lor nis slinro ol tho war indemnity, and
tho Uhlan left the court in tho tiihM of a
concert of hisses nml groans.
Lord llrotiL'Iiam once said that rover-
onto for loyalty was a prominent trait in
JJritisli charaetor. A reeent iiiimlinr of
tho London Time llluuratcs this in lt
foreign telegrams. Its .lispntch from
lMrmstadl infurmed its readers that his
lovnl Ilii'lincs. tliu Dnk.i nf l-!il in li n n-li
hnd arrived there; tliat irom Mnnicli told
thorn that tho King of Itavaria had return-
(I lo tho Uasllo ot IIltl', that from linden
et them know that tliu Crown Princo of
(jcrmiiny had gono to Kim"; that from tho
Jingtio noted tho marriage o! llio l'rinccss
Maria lo llio Prince of Wiod; that from
Paris had n fuw words to av about the
Orleans Princes; wliilo that from Isuw
York chronicled tho i.rrival of a tiormun
itemer ami tho prico of gold and tlvo
X report on tteum boiler leu'mlntion
made to tliu ltritish Aisociiitlou for tliu
Advancement of Science, at its meetine;
last year, by somu of the ablest practical
men of seiiiui'o in hnglaiid, such ai .Sir
William Palrbairii and Sir Joseph Whit-
worth, Kates that for uvery explosion duo
to tlm boiliir-niinder in noglecting tho
water stiiitily, iVc, ix nro duo to tliu bol-
ler-innker or boilor owner froji making
or usiiil' had boilers. 1 ills committco ex-
pressed their conviction that explosions
no not accidental, that they ariso Irom
the rlmjilest causes, and may bo prevented
by the tnorelso of common knowledge and
common care. Iloilcrs, as a genoral thing,
burst simjily Irom weaknets. Compotent
ini)eeliou Is iidcfiuuto to detect tho rfuak
noss of tho holiorin timo to provent explo
sion, whether thnt weakness nriso from
mnlconalruetiou or defcutivu condition.
Daron James do Uotlnchild, during the
Communist period in Paris, was'ono morn
ing seated in bib cabinet, when to fellows
from tho faubourgs, armed to the tooth,
entered and asked to bo shown in to citi
zen Itothtchild. ''(ientleinon, " said lie,
"what can I do for von '" "Well, this
is wnai wo havejgot to my: "You have
niilliom of money, and tho pcoplo wnnt
bread; so you must share, or If not"
"Share-' Very well. How many nro you
in l riince' ' " Perhaps thirty millions."
"And how much money do vou rupposo
I have ' Sy a hundred and 11 fly mil
lions. ' " Well, then, among thirty mil
lions that makes llvo francs a head. You
are iwo. Here ate ten Irancs for
und now wo aro quite. '1 Tho men
so conioundrd by tho argument, nnd by
tho rapidity with which thu wholoincidont
occurred, that they took tho money and
fijjT Tho Chicago Tuna publishes an ac
count of an accident at a funeral: "Tlio
parlors whero tho collln wus re.ling wero
exceedingly full of people, so that the
unusiiul weight upon tho lloor caused it t.i
glvo way during llio address ot tho inini.
ter, and preciptalcd tho wholo crowd, cuf
tin, niiniti r nnd mourn, ri, into tho cellar
Tho room below win, mod ns n pantry or
itoro-room nnd dairy, and contained a
number of pnns of mil);, iarsof hultur
jam, prosorves, etc., so vhut almost overv
ono wns nccommouuieu with a liberal
daujiing of ono or moro of these nrllclei,
.... ..I'l , . !..!... ..
Tlio Utlicaco louy, who uuormcii the wr .
tor thu cataetronhe, was partieularlv
fortunate, ninuaeini' to cot ono foot int..
jar of buttor, another iiitpa jian of milk,
wbiloH shelf of honoy was deposited In b.-r
lap. To add to tho confusion tho collln
was Jbrokon by tho full and tho corpso
THE CAIRO DAILY
WATBRIXG JLACE GOSSIP.
A WAITElt WITH A II1T011V.
Albert Pike, tho Arkansas poot, hns
found Mifllcicnt lup!nilin In tho spring
to linmoTtnlizo In n slnjjloslnnzn tho lalo
n'vonturoofUavif, nnd tbp bend wnltor
of Congrosa Hull. Koburt Jackson, turns
out to be tho hero ofii vory Interesting
slorv. Jlolsnsmnll, woll-inniloqundroom,
of oilrnordlnnry Intelligence, nnd wi tho
pet of his mnstcr from Ids childhood. In
his veins cou-ses tho proudost Vlrglnii
blood, his grandfiithor linvlng boon Got).'
lfarrV I. PP. flf FAVnlllllnnnrv T.lt.til
Cavalry fame, and his mothor n
slnvo womnn named Jonny, n
maid of Mrs.. lioo. Ho', frco nt nn
early ngo by u clntiso in his master's will,
ho went lo ushinyton and procured nn
appointment as messenger in tho post
otllco department, whero ho been mo ac
quainted with n beautiful octoroon girl, tho
slnvo of Jiulgo John Stownrt of IJaltlmoro
for lovo of whom (tho maid, not tho judgo)
bo tolled day nnd night for two yoars.
honrding up every cont until ho hnd saved
n thousand dollars, that being tho prico nt
wbicli her owner find valued hor. "Horo,
Master John." said he, ono Christmas
night, with his eyes nil aglow with joy
"thoro is tho thousand dollars; now I want
Rachel." ".My God I "William, you don't
tell mo sol" oxolnimed tho judgo. ""Why,
1 sold ltachol yesterday for $1,200
to go to Mobile" "When is sbo
going?" asked AVilllnm, nervously. "Sto'a
gono already went yostordny. She'll bo
In Lynchburg In throo days by tho boat."
llrokon-hcnrtod nnd crushed In spirits, back
ho hurried to Washington, relating his
4rtPif nn ittfnt in Ia rrreA rit nnatmii.
tor-gonornl-Waniol Webster nnd John
O. Calhoun, both boinir in his room nt tho
timo. AVhon tho sorrowful tnlo was end
ed,', "Lot's rnlso tho monoy nnd fond Wil
liam nfter hor," said tho generous Wcbstor.
"Ho would bo seized a dozen times ns a
fugltivo," said tho judge, " nnd they'd soli
him, too." I'll sond my privnto socrotary,"
snld Mr. Wubstor, and so ho did. Thoro
was no telegraph then, nor
care, but tho secretary took tho
otomae rivor boat, nnd with S1.200,
contributed by "William Jackson, 8 friends
in tho department, overtook Itachol, show
ed Mr. Calhoun's letter, Indorsed by sov-
ral Virginians, bought hor nnd brought
her back. Calhoun, Wcbstor and tho
postmaster gnnornl saw them married the
next week, llo is said to navo, perhaps,
tho Inmost acnuaintanco of any ono in
Saratoga, llo knows old presidents ana
scions ot royally, Knows distinguished sa
vants, poets, statesmen, nnd Historians
lie lives in a beautiful vino-clad cottage
on Washington street, in Saratoga, where
the guests of congress hall frequently call
upon ins wile, who is one oi uio ncntcsi
housekeepers in Saratoga.
A correspondent of tho lialtlmoro Gaz
ette writes :
Tho public mind bcirm at this timo en
grossed by tho rare Instance which Mrs.
Wharton's case presents, it is boliovcd that
any little items relative to herself nnd her
past life cannot but provo Interesting.
The following is an extract from a roccnt
letter writtem by an old friond of this la
dy, who knew her many years ngo nt tho
army posts on tho frontier. Though ns to
facts this may bo simply it reiteration of
what is already beforo the nubile, this lot
tor breathes n spirit of good-will nnd nfl'ec
tion which cannot fail to produce some
favorable impression upon tho minds of
those who have been, porhnps, too hasty
in Milium out irom tins unioriunalo lady
nu sympathy and uinuy leciing.
"Do you know that this Mrs. Wharton
ot whom you write the protended pris
oner was ono of my best army friends?
lfcnnnot tell you how chocked I was to
read tho accounts of her presnt situation.
J feel 1 should be quite willing to swear to
her innocence, simplv trom my previous
knowledg of ho.' character and life I I
llrst knew her beforo my marringo at Fort
t-ibson, wlier.i sho whs univcrnal favor
lla a periect lady in blood and in h ret ding.
J hnvo been to her father's house in Phil
adelphia, and hnvo known her since hor
marriage. Sho was also ut Fort Kcarnoy,
r.,. i "I. ...i l. . .,....,....:,! r...,-.. -n.. ......
III.UI X Mill. I'vUII ...ill ICU .Will 11 UI U JUUIT)
whoro I became very fond of her, as did
my husband, who would do anything in
tho world to servo hor. I feel confident
and assured that thoro is foul play some
where! Her marriaco was n runaway
match, but a happy ono ; her husband nf-
though not a man to command vorv last-
inu rosnocl. alio wns nntlrolv devoted to.
Ho was in thu 5th Infnntrv, nn' wns aUo
Ocneral Ketchum, whom I know very
well, nnd whom we did not greatly admire.
is to tlio inordinate passion ot dress, which
Mr. Wharton is said to hnvo evinced, her
excessive gayoty and proclivities to im-
midcticc. this is all lalse. W lion l know
her sho dressed plainly, notwithstanding
ample means. Sho was very domestic,
and wrapped up in her children, bouio
of my happiest days I hnvo spent In her
liousu: suo was very intelligent, anu it most
charming conversationalist j vory hospita
ble, keeping open house to all oiiicers at
mo post, tiers was a sweet, sound nature,
with ii kind, generous heart; and sho pos
sessed, withal, a pure, earnest womanliness
which I cannot believo capable of conceiv
ing, much less porpctrati.ig, tho horrible
crimes ascribed to her."
FACTS AND HUMOUS.
Thu li.iltiinoro American says:
Yesterday there was circulating through
tho city a variety of rumors concerning
what is now culled the "Wharton case."
Tho fact of the disinterment of tho re
mains of -Mrtf. Wharton's eon, publisbod
In the American of yesterday, excited con
siderable) surprise. Mrs. Wharton rocolv
cd $35,000 from insurauco companies on
the life of her son. It was rumored that
a family residlngo on Strieker street, an in
timatoi'rind of Mrs. Wharton, bad sull'er
cd from tho efl'ects of her supposed inti
mate knowledg of tho uso of poison. It is
said that Mrs. Wharton borrowed $2000
from one member of tlio family in question.
Nothingto show her Indebtedness was in
possession of tlio lady to whom tho monoy
was paid, who is now In very bad health.
Tho lady who loaned tho money visited
Mrs. barton's rosidenco some tuno since,
and after leaving thoro in a few moments
was seized with convulsion, taken to Mrs.
Wharton's rosidenco ngain, and by direc
tion of tho physician who hnd beon sum
moned, wns immodiatoly removed from
.Mrs. Wharton's house. Tho physician, It
Is said, insisted that the lady should bo
at once removed from Mrs. Wharton's.
Ills directions wero complied with, a car
riage was produced, and tlio lady taken to
the resldonce of her tistor-ln-law. Her
menus mime mat somu person
lll'TLKU SWIMS ron IIISLlFi:.
(Krom tin. Troy WiiIk, Julyt!7.)
A most unpleasant rumor was in circu
lation in Newburyport, Mass, on Satur
day. It wns reported, that Gen. J. F,
llutlor, tho eoldwator cundlduto for prcsl
denoy, had reached another world instead
of tho Whlto Houso through his intenso
iiithuslusm for tho element of which he
lias become tho champion against tlm
boats in Massachusetts who insist upon
their drop of beor nnd other bovoragos
usually dispensed In that Stato under
great bcerccy ami physicians' prescriptions,
Later advices bring tho truth. Thu (leu
era! indulged in u sail down Boston liar,
bor In n pleasure yacht, the excursion being
a Ktrlctly lomperaiico ono of oouro,and by
soiuo unaccountable mishap fell overboard.
Owing ton singular.ty of Ills optical organs,
while ho thought ho was swimming; for
both eliorcs, ho was directing his count
d reclly to tho bottom of tlio noa, mid nev.
ur would have nwiil.cncd to n fair mm
of his mietako If nn enthusiastic disclplo
of Knthor Malhow had not dived nnd
brought him back to his friends. Thoso
who saw Ills progress said that ho was
working with equal Industry to mako
Halifax and Long Hranch, nnd was swim
ming with so much onoxgy In theso scpn
ralodlroctlons thnt ho would Inevitably
hnvo split blmsolf Into two narLi on his
Impractlcabloatlompts bad it no1, boon f r
tho fortunato Interposition of 'to bm.p
mariner who saved him.
. oT- Tim first nowsnnnor nubllslikd .trl
AmnricnvfAithn Hnston AVu
comtronced in April, 170, byJJohn. Camp
boll. It was printed on a sheet pf fools
cap, nnd for llfteen years continued with
out n rival on tho continent, lie was then
thirteen months behind the news from Eu
rope, and to obvlato the difficulty lie re
solved to publish ovory other woak on a
full sheet of foolscap, and in eight month
was ablo to bring down tho foreign newi
to within flvo months of tho dale of, his
publication. Tho second American nowi
papor was tho Boston Qazellc, published
In 1710, and printed by a brothor of Bon
Jamln Franklin, who soon loft It nnd start
ed tho AVto England Gntrdnt. With tho
establishment of this paporcommencod tho
newspaper wars of Amorlca, which have
continued over sinco. Ho did not mako
tho Courant so much a nowspapor as an
essayist, and it was filled with tho discus
sions of tho religious opinions of that day.
These essays woro furnished by asocloty of
nino iitorary gcnticnion. loung uunju
mln Franklin horo commenced his Iitorary
carocr nnd contributed many essays. Wil
liam Bradford commenced tho New-York
Gazette in October,, 1725, printing it on a
!j,f, ,h,00t, f foolscap, and In tho N
.r.k clly ,,br8!y oro Is a lnrgo rok
Yolumo of those pnpors In a good stato of preserva
tion, xuo llrst "campaign" paper was is
sued in 1733, to oppose tho colonial admin
istration of Governor Crosby, and called
tho New-York Weekly Journal. Tho first
groat libel .suit tried in this city was In
stituted by tho government against tho
proprietor or tho Journal, who, after a
vory exciting trial, was acquitted amidst
the cheers of tho nudionco, nnd tho corpo
ration voted tho freedom or the city and a
magniflcont gold box to his Philadelphia
counsel, Andrew Hamilton, "for tho rer
markablo service dono to tho inhabitants
of tho city and colony by his defenco of tho
rights of mankind and tho liberty or tho
The Chicago Tribune has an ablo corps
of intelligent compositors, assisted by an
inioiicciuni prooi-rcader. ai apologizes
for tho following: "Gray's Lulogy" for
" Gray's Elgcy )" " Attorn'oy-General A.
Korman" lor "Aitornoy-ucnerai Akor
man ;" fortitude of cats " for " fortitude of
Cato;" "tropie performances of tho ccm
muno " for trsgio performances of tho
commune ;" "ahnndsomo tostamont" for
" handsomo troatment ;" " all except Han
gcrson" for "all except hangers-on;" "tho
veritable" Miss Ccwell " for ' tho versatile
Miss Cowoll:" " settor pup" for "let-
tor press;" "gray frogs" for "gray fops;"
" mental labor " for " menial labor." The
apology" is accompanied by tho following
addondum by tho proof-roudcr t " Four
lines from tho beginning of tho sr:ond
paragranh of tho above nrticlo will he
found ftho oxpresslon, 'how tho humor or
tho pathos hns been taken out,' o'.c. When
it camo from tho compositor it road, 4 how
tho humor on the parks lias been,' etc.
but tho much-abused proof-reader man
aged tocapturo that ono at any rate."
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
!IIAS. UAYKU A CO.,
T i.V.V conalanllr on lian.l tho btsl of bed
iv pnrlt, inutlnn, veal, lamh. aauauKc, pinldlni;,
cm. rrran wane i aru in any iiiaiiiuy, rorni'
la'i'f, etc., nlHHVH on liaiid.
)r.lcr ironiitly tilled, and patif faction warran
Ilnlrlicr nml ix-olcr lu all KIiiiIn I'rtili
CoBsrn .Vivr.iri..vTii An 1'hi'I.ak BmrtT.
CAIIt ), ILLINOIS.
BIJYd and aUufililt r only the very lt cattle,
hoKiiiml nhci'ii. and n Dreiinrcil lo till knv
.leiiiaml for freli mat from Wio nounil lo ten
FAMILY it ItOCCRIKN.
L O U I S J O R O E N S E N.
Dealer In all klnda of
ST A PhK AND FANCY
I'liriiirr'N Yiml uiitl Ntnblliiic
WITHOUT CI! AltO K.
Cor. Washiugtoh-av, and Twent'eth-st;,
UltUCKKIKS AND 1)IIV GOODS.
I tiirii in
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Hat Jiul rrcelted u heavy stock of Hoots and
Hlioi'H, lloalvry und h'uliona,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY'' CHEAP
lie also hna a fine stock of Family Clrcmlci ol
C'MtNER SIXTH-ST. AND COMMEU
CIAIAV., CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
CAIRO CITY COAL
' ' . -
la prepireil lo 'alipply ciuti.tnr-ni h tlm beat
IMTTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OUM'.IH Ion (it Ilnlllday Ilros. oiHcc, 70 U11IO
LKVKK, or at the C'oul Yanl Mow the Ut.
CiinrlKK lintel, will relvo prompt Ktlcmlon.
I'll K TIKI M. IM-I'l 1 1 1,- if ulli..l....i .I...1
1.11 . 7 ' ' .' W .fc nill-.HVVIINUH.
AUGUST 9, 1871.
W. II. MORM?,
II. U. OANUKE
No. Tub. nml U. B. Coat.
FIllK. HULL, GAHGO, LIVE STOCK,
. 1 AnntTiRNT T.TPP
. 1 V I
NOnTlI AUIBtCA, PA
Assets. '"ijtfjooo )
I.NTEKy ATIONAL, N, Y.,
Assets.. 1,aV1,TJ3 17
Asaeta..! 700,917 Ot
Aaseta .MJ.27S 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aaaats ... i...40t,000 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Aaset ..S0,0O0,000 00
TRAVELER'S, IIAKTTORD, LIFE" AND
Assets- .. l.W.OOO 01
RAILWAY rAHBENOERA' ASAUIIANCE
: CO., HARTFORD,
Adda 00,000 0
SAFKORD, MORRIS k CANDEE,
71 Okie Um,
City National Bank.
FIRE AND MARINE
i nsr s xr it o ei
COM FAN I EH I
.tlAOARA, N. Y.,
GERMANIA, N. Y.,
niMHMIHHIIHDIIHtlMIIH ! JGST21
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Aanet .725.8CJ 00
JtEl'UIIHC, N, Tn
Aaaela .... ; M.7H,V2S 00
Compriaiox the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKKRS, N. Y
Aaseta . S78.4M 16
Aaacta M .4.M.1M 23
FIREMEN'S FUND, S. v.,
AatftM 078,000 00
STORK, Dwellings, Furniture, Hall and Car
goes, insured at raUa an faTuraU at a Ml ad,
permanent security will warrant.
I rvapectlnlly aak of tho citlteoa' of, Cairo,
Hhare ol their patronac e. .
V. H. HVUUKH,
Omca at First National Sink.
WINEM ARB U40OHS.
WM. II. SCHUTTER,
Importer atital WIsIcmI Bler 1st
TOBACCO &c CIGAKS.
Aifentfurtho best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
Imporlcal Ale ar UlirrcHCKIssla.:
75 Ohio Levee,
tl CAIRO, JLLLNOiy.
F. M. STOOKFL.ETII,
si'ccuaoa rouis a srocarLiTU
cttir nnd WholMBle Scaler a
, t - j i
rarelgti and Domestic
No, 78 Ohio Levee,
Kkeenion hand conalanllr a
full stock, of
Old Ktntuoky UourtKinf live and'Monon
kV' UonrtKiiir Itve and'Hononca-
Wliiakle, , French Draudiaa, Holland. Oln,'.
Ithine and California Wlnea.
PRACTICAL WATCHf Mf AkER., '
NO. 160 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Has on hand
A BINE STOCK OF WATCHE8,
Particular attention glven'to
UKPAIRINO FINE WATCHES:'
Tlio largest stocVc of
GOLD AND SILVER "WATCHES
IN Till CITY. ..
L&E. GREENWALb.'0 '
Ho II era,
Flour on.1 Orlat Mills,
taWMIIIi, , i
1 Tho TTupperM laptat OraU bar,
mAoiiinxey roa okkxiiai, ruHVOSKt,
i iKOiNATitonio. '
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
l)y biiylni! your
xr JEi nsri t xr e
WnUiliigloii-rtv., Nour 'ostiuii lloimc
Meiir.. Klclihntl llrulherailfilr in Inform the
fllllieaa or Cairo that they ire inamilacliirlnK a
'LAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hare now cm hand ami for sate, at
Hliolcwtlf mill llrtnll,
all kind, and will continue to keep at thel
ILKS ROOMS, IN THEIR NEW BUII.PINO
Bferr ditcriptiOD of cheap and costly lurnlliire,
WMarble Topped Bareaui,
i-WararoU, Hofa Chain,
' 'uo.r...Hl is i ....... .
' 0"I)ungra,ctc , clc.,
Which they will RUaranteo to Ml
TWENTY PER CENT. I.OWEK
Than they can 1 LoiiRhl from any other dealer in
ina City. UlTO llieiu n can ami Bati.ij juiii-
CORNER HIXTH ash WALNUT-ST.,
j (Entrance on Hitlit.,)
F. J. Oaken, ")
i;iii;i.. 1 1, iiiiiu.
K. It. LoJwick
OAKKa, CAUr A CO. Proprietora.
COMMKKCIAI.-AVKNtlK, OI'lwtirK I'. .,
CA I VA ILLS.
The House is Newly FunNisnr.i)
And offers to the public first-claaa accoinmoJa
I lioni at reaioqabie rale.
, CENTRAL HOUSE.
Opposite the PnilofTico.onHljth Ulrxi t Utween
Waahlngtonand Coiiunercial avenue,
houia has been thoroughly nver-hauled.
refuralihed and renovated, and is now open for
the reception of guests. Ton rooma are all large
aauweu ventllateil, and ruaiiiiure new. - listen
keptn'ehtitnd day, MrW.-OAPPNKY,
Villa IllilKe. Illlnola.
TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor.
la oils of the beat and tin eat aaloona In the couu
ty aid la supplied with thn Lett wines, liquo
and laxer beer. The propritoriavites pairouair
proraialog 'o treat them hla' patri.na well and t
fllvexhem tho boat in thu shop which it th best
lilmpoot, N-t' York nnJ rhltiiJelphU
CNSta COSTBiCT WITH I'MTtD STATES ANU IBITIlU
I For Carrying the Nails.
FOR PA,SSa"gB TICKETS
T oa ri'KTUta txroaMATiox
"A1PPLY TOUOI1N O. 'DALK, Aot
I IMDroadway, New'VorV.'or to
I II. Ho up 1,, ,
flfi Wellington Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
' IMMIGRANT TICKETS
pJuf fLJ.rBaiSFOR SALE.
Faro from Liveutool,
Faro from Londcndekry,
Faro .from Olasc-ow,
Faro from Qoeknstown
TO CAIRO, j::::::: $48.20
Saflord, Morris ft Candee, Agenta.
CARL 'L. THOMAS,
' Il picparod to do all kinds of pbln and orna
' i r mental
KALSOMIICINO, PATER HAdlNG
BIOK' WBtTINO, ETC.,
At flgarea which defy all competlon, nnd In tho
' hlhot stylo cf the painter1 art.
' "buoi in tueTerby HOUSE,
Olf COMHHB0IAJ. AVENUH
W. W. THORNTON,
I1LINDS, WINDOW OLAS3,
LATH AND IiTJMBBE
Office on Tenth St.,
Irlwrrn Commercial find WavahlBctou
A OENTH lor Hock Rler Paper Corrrpany'a
J Hheathmir Kelt and (juarliCemODl.
il. W. John's Improved itootlnf always oo
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ftl etery deacripllon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shorten! notice. -
Coranicrcial-av, bet. 10th and lltli-sts.,
II VI'LL tT
at iiauclays' unro sToar.
Faun HrrrLr, Dailt.
MOCK I NO RIRD FOOD
ah. arinr ;ro ri wiTiiei'f vaccait
At Harc lays'.
E L M 0 O L I) '
GRAPE f CATAWBA )' fC
i CATAWBA t. t
GRAPE CATAWDA I I'OftAPI
ASP AIL or
PREHH FROM FIRST HANDS,
Always Id stock In largo supply, and fur aal b
For Hale by (lie Olauui, Battle arUallea
f.' " 1 ' 1 '(
fSrExTRA Fine Cologne;
tSTGKNUiNE Imported Eitapt;
fSTllAIR, TOOTU AND NAIL iWWf,
IfiriNDiA Rubber Nursery Goo
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
UoMt grades In large stock and a.
Full Line of Colors,
oar and ' oil' f - 1 1
i Faint Ilrushea, 4Waee4iQil, j
1 Whitewash Fwshes, Turpentine,
Varnishes Ete.'cW., '
ALL KIsDS AD STAXDAaD WAtlniS'.
I II I ) wJ
COAL AMD WOOB. 1
F. M. WAjIl.P,:
WOOL) ,rAND QQcAfr
1? M. WAHD la-prepared itqjdellTer the best
. Firo Wood' and tJtono Coal
IK ANY PART OF 'THE CITT,
And lu any. quantity dosired, on shorf notl'co.
COAL DELIVERED AT $l.BQ(Fu TOif
'OFFICE Over Deerwarl,. Orth' Co'. Itore.
two doora above tlio corner of Eighth street M
Commercial avenue. deceit