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THE-CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1871.
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OHIO LEVKE,
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tatiH Simr, lUiir.
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..'MOCKING BIKU FOOD
llb'lllll ri..iTii.n. tort
At Barclays
Jl ELM BO LU'Q
OltA l'K ( rATAKB A 1 f OBArE ) PILLS
CATAWUA I. J OKAVK
ORAPE (cATAivifA ) (.ob Are ) PILLS
' 1 Avn All or
II KLMBflliB'll MEDICI 91 EM
VRKBH TROM TIRST HANDS,,
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, Hare-lay Brum.
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t'or.Bnle ajr lh Ulaaa. ttotHe ar Oallos.
AT BARCLAYS'.
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a9KXTRA FlNE COLOONKJ
-Oknuine Imported Extracts;
Jafr-HAiR, TooVu asd Kail Bnusim;
fja9lMiA Rubber Nursery Goof
BB09.
PURE WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
beat grades in large flock ami
riely,' ery cheap ;
Full Liiys or Colors,
dt i tit oil;
Paint Hrushes, Linseed Oil,
Wliilewiuli I' tHluii Til rwn tine,
Viirn lic Ktf. He.,
At.lt K1KDS.AMI ITlKbtall QAltlTlM
At Barclays'.
THEtRULLETIN.
Friday Morxino, Auoust 11, 1171.
JlMIS t1.'Otttl.Y, EniTun UMi rr.r.mita.
Taaaa ur the Daily 111 u.r.us t
Un wtk, tiy Carrier, ....... 2S
One tear lijr carrler.lnadrftnco 10
ruVliiB.Crj5a.i;.i ,., jrs
'I'tree month- f2 23
Elx months,.,:.;:.,....,.-,.. i i.5
One year 8 ou
tkl oglelaljxtper u! A Icxmv Ur nwnu an.lvlht city oj
' Cjira)UktoidynturiUnfMliiifimtfirrn Illinois;
a uilt.QtcaXf journal; tmati, but fcarltsi ; ouf
nfioktn oniUtiJttti of interest jo the jiuMIe ;
witk a Virfft aal fnercamw Circulation, the iiuUc
fm Mtinli tne jialrorvyje ot tntdtiytnt irolcn ami
tnlerpruifyj tuiineii meit.
TUa-DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John-11. Oborly Co. nnr n-luced the mli.,
KcHffien price ot the WtW'k'ly Oafro UulletVn lu
Otm VMar ptr annum, HtitktaK t the cheapent a
lerpublliheil In Southern Illinois.
for Pri(Ht, 187-2,
JAMES Hi DOOLlTTIiB,
OV VflBCflNHtN.
Sudjrct to the Jeemun of the national tltm
ocratte 'oauvrntioti.
ITIii New York WoiltiinHeiiKinr Ltoolttlle.l
rtcorii jn o cwifatent cind untar
nitltcdjkat1 it may 64'iUtntd ta a lr'alghi
line drawn aeruts a innzU u rrnr beam,
uimuierrtil by .tk lUwiuatlny atmosphere
r . . ? .!.'.... j I I a I - m
ij .iijKj-,can jjoiiiic, mruiiyn inc pull
UctMyeort:
From it i5f ly StnaturlXju!itte. ilelnfrel at fit
"l.rl tin act V) Ihctfjiill. it'Ciiiiillu ir.'M.n tu
duty the fieoplebf I.biIuiii MIit thr) had re
txlltJ Kuut Udiun auJ ''-I'll .imu Uqws J
thirtiliiwt)Uat()OMer. I Wlivi the JqUetlkm
ro In the nU : 'vVlnl li!l Imi done with
L4I.UI11 aud the people ol L.tiuin)' there Here
xiintr eteu theie ltu houtud "Conflkcate their
pii' rty ; mke Ihem lkw." 1 hei u, how
Lose ttuadty l ou(.l twrfmade them
Kt lu thtlron Uic. Hut CuiUlii, whote
eieechaf a ingle Hue h. ina.lt hla Ukmeiiu.
liioital, aaid: "htrmtura, Ut ua make !im ft lluw
vlliuna, nd tliui'idd lath potter and Klury'ut
Uoidi-H Let ua, now that tlwy hare laid Uuwnthe
arma or their rebellion and hktereneaed their
allejiitncc to the union and the Hag, make the
Houthtru people our (ulloH-eitoiru., and thua
aua 10 me Hiweranugiurr 01 mo uauon.
LAIU'L '
Tiik retirement of tho old sardine of
theappaj ifltatp'opartineuj is. again
reportea, uut tne rumor naa a usliy as
pect and cannot bo recoived without
further proof. Radical fish, when thoy
get into official waters, never bwiui out
of them without compulsion.
Thiwb was .considerable rioting in
Kentucky at the lato elcctiou,,tho lea
ders having iucitcd tho negroes to ro
sort to vioeucab19revor the "colored
cohort." of -Grant numerically
atrong. C61brc4 men,wio voted the
democratic ticket, werd evcrywiheto as.
Bailed with jiiatol balU, clubn, kUjucs and
every nvailabloniiieli Beveral dem-
r ocratie colored men were wounded und
one killed.
Ihaac Wvant, u gentleman from
Indiana, -While vuitiug Uiuciunati last
week, tarried awhile in tho bagino of
Mollie Moore, and during his stay un-
fortuaktjjrjsot into a diacuasion ou the
bible, The debate became so hot, at
laat, that Wr, Wyaut knocked Mine
Moore dowa, and Was tkeu for this of-
fonso bcforo the police court. Ho 0TC
there that Mollie had said i '' hear
ing 0 1 d n the bible and that ho
had therefore projierlj ru"Lho(1 hcr
and, added, "I will allow nobody to
'd n the bible, I'llbcd-n if I do."
Wyanf is clearly a muscular christian,
and would be a valuable addition to any
of the fighting churches. Ho might
obtain a permanent situation at good
wages here in Cairo.
- a -
Tiik Jefferson Bricks and Etonswill
editors may all pass iu their chcoks to
the Couricr;lournn1t the great family
newspaper of Kentucky. It is a full
length ahead of the swiftest of them ; in
proof of which we point to the follow
ing choice morsel of Couricr-Jvurnal-itm:
"When," says the U.-J, "the cd
1 itor of tho lnien'crt)i Kctcuc, or of any
' other description of Rescue, says we now
'ding, or have crcr sung, hoBannahs to
'.Grant, Beast Rutlcr, or Wendell Phil
'lips, he prevaricates liko a dog, and if
1 we were not a lobby member of tho
1 Young Men's Christian Association,
' and hound by solemn obligations to
'preserve tho pcaco at all hazards, wo
' would employ a man to go down to
'Shelbyvil.c on tho next train, and
' thrash enough of that animal out of
'him to make a, full pack of hounds."
THE BATTLE GROUND.
For the Bulletin.
The events of the pat three months
show that, the radicals are putting forth
their strength to secure tho states in
which elections will ho held this fall.
They are ncrrous and desperate; but
Grant, with the coolness of an old
gamester, is very quiet and full of hopo,
What is ,it that encourages him ? A
radical paper has let the scorct out. Ho
hopes to secure hid re-election, not on
the.mertt of past services, but on dom
ocratic mistakes ; and, in tho cloud of
smoke from his choice cigar, he builds
his air castles visions of the national
democratic convention in Si. Louis ; an
immense gathering, but wanting in har
mony ; tho Boutli clamoring against the
new departure; the cast against the west;
tho difficulties in New-York; rash
speeches; a dubious platform ; a candi
date distrusted by tho people. "Tho
'game is mine." is the mental response
of tho inscrutable cast-iron candidate
of the radical party.
Never before was man so mistaken ;
and, if this sort of logic will lull him
into fancied security, we say let him
rest. "Let us have peace."
Never in its brightest days was tho
democratic party in better condition to
enter the great campaign that will soon
commence. The south, with a consist
ency aud wisdom that speaks volumes
of praise in their favor, have intimated
that they do not, iu any uianner, wish
to forcthadow tho uomiuatiou, but that
they -will abide the action of their broth
crs in tho northwest, knowing that
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illi
nois are the great battle ground. They
hope that, after reposing so much con
fidence' in the party of these states, a
man will bo selected, 11 standard bearer
who can carry nil these states ; und, be
sides, rally the entire strength of the
south. All of this can be accomplished,
and the national convention of demo
crats which will nssemblo next year will
be composed of clear-thinking men, who
are not coutroled by any cliques or
tuiuh, hut attend as tho representatives
of a political 4arty wuicli even now out
numbers any in the land.
Theru will be no democratic mis
takes. The convention will know too
well what their enemy has to depend
upou; aud, before the time arrives, the
people of the states we have mentioned
will, through the "press," suggest the
favored one. In this section, thus far,
there hus been but one choice, and iu
obedience to tho wishes of tho people
you have placed his name at the mast
head. Throughout the northwest, in a
quiet manner, his name is being dis
cussed, and thus far has bocu highly
acceptable. Scores of democratic jour
nals await the proper time, and when it
arrives will display tho uamo conspic
uously at the head of their colu inns
11T..1 1 ...
nun ins uomiuatiou our success is
certain.
NOTES OrTHKUAV.
Grboley,Col., hall tho advont of three
card inontii.
OiceoU County, Iowa, is said to bo
entirely destitute of trees.
llcenan is at Long llruncli, not caring
a Continental for any 0110.
Sims Reeves would como to ,Amorlca
if ho waanot afraid of sea-iicknoss.
-It is said that In this country consump
tion carries otf 100,000 peoplo ovory
year.
A boardor at a hotel wanted his bill
reduced because bo had two teeth extrac
ted. A Cincinnati police lloutenant has
been suspended from tho force for boating
his wife.
-An audaclou, , uoll circumnaviga
tou Ban Irancisco bay to lho Urror o(M
the sea dogs.
-A Georgia negro hunM mosqultoos
with a candle. Loss $20 and a UrKo Crop
Of lUOSUUllOUS. H.riJI
Jeff. Davis Is ndvlswl elthur U u,
up like Topiy, or boquiut like a wiu ,m
disappointed .man."
Alexjs swears in thirteen languages,
and Is n connoluour In mcoroliaunif, bll
Hard cuoj and chnmnngno
A religious paper icokoth aftor a sign,
and wants nil gooJ poopie to pray lor
appcarnnco of a cross In the sky.
A blind man In Hawaii Is trying to
win a wlfo by playing on a tin whittle In
thostrcota. L0V0 Is often blinder than
that.
A newspaper correspondent traveling
in North Carolina was amazed at lady
who borrowed a "chaw of torbackqrJ'.from
htm.
The Mild statue of Venus, which was
hidden in r cellar during tliosicgo of rri.
has boon replaced In the Louvre uninjur
od. Tho minister's peroration was sudden
ly discontinued, out In Ohio, bocauso of tho
unroofing of tho church by a struy torna
do. Anothor colored Jury In Ohio has
dlitlngutsbod Itself for good attontion,
good behavior and good judgmont In a
mil r dor trial.
A Chicago groom was so greatly ex
cited by h' woddlnc that ho ongagod the
justlco and witness In a frco light, and had
to bo arretted.
A "Wisconsin brute applied for a
divorce on tho ground that his wlfo had
becamo weak, and "couldn t work on tho
farm as sho used to."
An unploasantnesa in a Nehvlllo
court culminated in tho judge recolving
an ink-bottle In his shirt-bosom, and
retaliating with a bulky law-tomo usod at
a mlssilo.
"Wlillo tho Pennsylvania Central
Railroad Company Is swallowing up an
avorago of a railroad a weok, It is also
erecting now officos in Philadelphia at a
cost of a quarter of a million.
A Now.Orloant lawyer contended
that a woman obliged to work for tho sup
port of a family of children has a moral
right to got drunk, for It makes hor forget
her wretchedness.
The Titusvlllo Herald says poaches
aro so small that thoso who luxuriate upon
them say they frequently' slip Into a hol
low toath and but littlo enjoyment is
experienced in eating them.
Now the Now-Orleanists are brag
ging about tho benefits of tholr inunda
tion. They say that on ,tbe wholo It stimu
lated rathor than injured vegetation.
Liko tho cheerful sat;o of antiquity, they
don't think it much of a shower after all.
Somo pracchcrs complain that, al
though thoy proAoh doctrinal sermons of
ten and long, and explain tho dogmas, tenets
and points of boliof of their particular sect
with groat lucidity and particularity, they
still fail to make somo of thoir warmest
and stanchest adhoronts of tholr creed
understand it in its scopo and relations.
For example: "Father Uallou, " said an
elderly Unlversalist, who hod for twenty
years delightedly attended on bis preach
ing, "in your sermon to-day, I got tho
idea that you thought everybody was to
bo saved them Orthodox fullows as woll
as wo UnlvorsallsU. Did ye mean that?"
"Certainly, " was tho reply, "that's our
leading principle." "Well, "was tho
disappointed rojoludor, it nover struck
mo bo before. I thougtitit was tho
UnWersallsls itlono who were to bo saved
them who had somefnith In thodoctrlno."
A Mury villo, Ky., "chop" wont Into
o drug Btoro in that placo and picked up a
bottle of hair oil, thinking It was por
fume Ho saturated his handkerchief
and tho lapels of his coat with it, and cow
wants to know what is tho best kind of
soap for romoving gronsu spots.
Tho divinity hedging royalty in these
days docs not amount to much, but such as
it is it renders tho lifo of the Marquis of
horn comowhat unonviable. Tho l'rinco
of "Wu'.os utterly rofusos .to recclvo his
slstor's husband as a moinber of tho roval
family, and .at the state ball recently,
gave orders that tho Morquls should not
bu udmHlod ut tho royal ontrunco. 110
was accordingly refused admittance, and
tho Princoai doulluod to ontor excopt with
her husband, saying that her placo wns
where ho was. The Marquis would not
tnku tho Princess in by tho gonornl pub
lie ontranco, und tho resultwas that thoy
did not attend tho ball.
HOUDIN,
DKATll 01' THE UUKATMAOICIAK A UUIEV
HtKIClI OV IlIHLirK.
The 1'arls papors announco tho death of
Jean Kugeno Itubqrl .Iloudln, tho famed
French prduldfgltatuur. JIo was born ut
lilois, on Deccmbor 0, 1805. In early lifo
he bucntnu a notary, but his fondness for
meebuniual inventions sooninduccd'hlm to
loreaku the law for .the nractico ofslolirht-
of-hand. Ho next appeared as a showman
and "wizard" In 1830, and continued iu
nubile life thenceforward. In 1850, tho
Kinperor, Napolcqn III., sont him to Al
geria, where he confounded tho native
magicians who wore trying to undermine
tho authority of the French bv boatine
thorn at their own tricks. In after years
M. lioudin occupied a small theatra in
Paris devoted to his entertainments, and
still oxlsting, if wo mistake not, as tho
"Theatre Itobort Iloudln,'' under tho man
agement of 31, Ilambloton. lioudin be
camo celebrated for his ingenuity in con
triving machinery tor professional magi
cions, and for tho past thirty years ho
gained a remunerative income by these
singular inventions. Tho celebrated au
tomation chess-player and similar figures
wore of his manufacture, and ecareolv any
of tho wondorful deceptions that havo
gained celebrity for Andorion, II? r man,
Nickol, Sandorson and others, but were
tracoablo to Houdln's attlUr, His cha
toau was colebrated for many yews by tho
extraordinary devices contrived to open
doors, jjatoa and closets, set clocks, ring
bells and perform many other domestic
services for tho occupant and invontor.
&f How littlo the great railrood corpo
rations of Illinois rospectthe Lcclslaturo
of that Stato is showp by thn way thoy
treat tho law liaised last winter reducing
tholr rates of froleht and nasseniror farm
They havo continued their old ubarcos
- . - I,., . t . . . "
wiinoui inoaiucatioo, anu nououy aarcs
molest thorn. In fact, thoy did not oven
employ agents to dofeat tho law whon it
was under consideration, so confident wero
they of tholr ability to sot at dollaoco the
popular win,
tQr A California genius had invented
what he calls the, Eureka Hoot-pullor,
which consists of u leather belt, having
two hooks attnehod to It. He places the
belt over Ms right shoulder, adjusts the
hooks In tho boot-straps and then loans
bankward, and tho tightest boot Is conquered,
THE 1I0.V. A, It. STEPUKVa vrrr.Lix.
In reply for'ademasd.rocontly made for
a moro dounittjiplanatlon of his political
faith, tho Hon. Alexander II. Stephens
publishes the following In tho Atlantic
Sun: '
"Wo mean that tho pjople of the United
States at the polls ahall refute to voto for
any man for' en office, high or low( State
to Federal, who holds the doctrlno that tho
Constitution of the United States has boon
or can bo rightfully or validly amended by
6 ; frteMfltilM
that whon tho majority of tho House of
Koprosontallves in Coogrefa shall be elected
on this sound constitutional basis that t key
shall pay not tho slightest regard to, lie ua
gracious crlmo against rke'eon,stitutIppand
the liberties of the' country, known as
part of tho XI Vlh Amendment, totalled.
which attempts to fix the 'qualifications
for members of tho House than those nre-
soribod by tho Constitution, Lord ,.lke
says: 'Parliament cannot create disabil
ities.' So wo say, and to wo would have'
oachllousoof Congress .'of .tho United1
States to declare1, and1 wo Would havo tho
four millioni of the voters of tho Unttod
states, who hold the same opinions, po to
doclaro tholr judgment attlio polls; and
voto for no man who doos not bold tho
samo. opinion."
OEOBOIA LOST TO THK.lMCr UPMCAXB.
(Herald Atlanta Latter
So far as Goorcia is concerned thore is
no Itenublican party in this Stato. . Bul
lock has "sone back on It." Brown
doesn't reooenlaa.it. and all thn nthnr lea.
dors, big llsh and sardines alike, .ropudlato
it. Alfaro in favor of tho "hew depart
ure, " and tho lato Republican party in
Georgia is now known as the " now depart
urlst'' whatovor that may moan. True
enough, tho sorcallcd. Republican organ
hero a vory ably edited paper, by tho
war still keeps tho namo of Grant at tho
head of its editorial pago. but its polities
aro decidedly conservative,' and are any
thing olso than in accord -with .the iplat-
lorm oi.tno unio auicaisana,no senu
monts of Senators Sb.crman.and Morton.
In fact, tho Republican party .hero is . as
dead as a door-hall; and 1 ' rwtSi that,,
excepting South Carolina and Mississippi,!
it soo ms to ne equally as ueiunct in every
other Southorn Stato. A' fow months
more will tell the story, and I shall be
surprised if tho narration Is at all 'satisfac
tory either to rrcsiuoni urant or to tno
Judical party or the norm.
(lUANTRELL'g ,DJEA1W j
TUB MYSTERY AH0UT TXIE W.OODT BUSH-!
VrUACK DKAD OR AlIVK.
From lbs HI. Louis Republican, Aug. I
Desnlto the detailed account of Quan-
troll's death given tby tho Kansas City
Timet, two weoks ate, a paragraph des
cribing that noted guoriUa its still living
is going .tno rounds or tne press. xue cu
riosity felt concerning his ifltimsite' fato,
and tho attempt mado to personal ht re
markably Illustrate tho' attraction of 'mys
torv. and tho morbid stdtulratlbb feH,'bv
somocoarso natures .to iusurp 'noUMty for
doods. of. blood. Sdon after the-"close ' of
our civil war, as the (Timet relaUs.' some
adventurer was bold onough to o into the
very midst ot tno conioueraie colonists at
Vera Cruz, and claim to be Qoantroll ,
but too manv of them were well acauaint-
od with tho guorjlla's features and tho im
posture was Boon exposcu. nemo 01 uipso
colonists remov'ed'to Honduras, and, thoro
they heard that Quantroll iad wrecoeded
tnem; on inspection, mis secona mposior
turned out to be n swarthy New 'Orleans
crcoie, wno couia scareiy spoaie Kngusii.
Tho latest revival of Ouantroll is in tho
shape of an account by tvo different "reli
able" gentlemen, that they met Uim In
18C8atFort Lyon, Now Mexico, and con
versed with him about his exploits in the
war, and his raid into Kansas in 18C3.
Uut, however vigorous thoso sham usin
treVs nmy bo, tho real ono Is vory eiToct
ually buried by lho Kansas City Time.
11 says mat two men wno aitonaea mm in
bis last moments, and flaw' him buried,
now rcstdo in Jackson' County, in this
State. Thoir statement .is that jbo was
mortally wounded In' a nglit, "With federal
troops in Kentucky, in lBOl, and taken un
dor an assumed name, to a hoipUal in Lou
isville, whoro ho died. Disguised as civil
ians, those faithful'followo'rs attondod on
him in tho hospitafand to tho grave.
A uiystory, has. hung about tho move
ments of Quantroll after his, retreat to
Texas, immediately subacyqueni tohis.faid
on tho town of Lawrence, In JCanias, iu
1803. Tho Times says.merely . thai dip tbe-
camo ttred of tho'war In flswurl, and- ln
IHii i went to uusnwuacK,easi otitno .'Mis
sissippi, making his, way, fsir'up Into Ken
tucky. Uut from tho 'various accounts
brought homo by returning confederates,
it would appear that he had very Kood
reasons for being ''tirad" of war in Missou
ri. The usual fato of guerilla cfiiefs with
tnoir own nanus pursuou mm.i quarrels,
originating, it was belioved, ip.tho dliat-
isiaction ot somo or tiisoQwors with tho
uiainuukiuu ui vuu rem or supposou spoils
01 iiawrenco, icu nis nanu to seioct tome
other leaders. Commanders 'of regular
forces are almost always hostile to1 .Parti
san warfare, as 'it rdacuinjuriously-on the
dUciplin of their own troops, complicates
questions of exchange' of IprlibrieVs and "re
lation," and ono.n seriously interioros with
regular military operations.- It so hap
pened that Quantroll's massacre at Law
rence not only excited con oral dlscust and
horror amonc refloctintr confederates., but
tesipletly thwartod a vory daring project
of the confederate authorities Tno incur-
solnof uonorul Sholby into Missouri in tho
fall of WS was planned on tho informa
tion, correct at the timo, that Missouri
was almost denudod of available Union
troops ; and bo Was expected to be able to
maintain himself at least a fortnight on
tho Mlssoul Klver and gather a in larger
number of recruits before being forced to
return. Tho Lawronco outrage occaslonod
a suddon reunion of u' for madublo force to
pursue Quantroll, and 8 hoi by, unexpect
edly finding himself in tho, vcryjaws of It
was forced lo retreat without accomplish
ing all ho had alined at. "When Quantroll
got within' tho confadorato JlbcsVnfa 'con
sequently found himself not.very welcamo
to tho authorities, arid they tonsoirtCoVTto
his romalning in Texas -with bis band till
'first grass" of nextspriDg,' only on cbndl
tien that ho and bis comrades should then
leave, and In tholr true oppratlons under
tho black flag should not In any' way
claim to bo confederate troops, or ask pro
tection as such.
Thus practically outlawed by both sides,
and his influonco with hjs own men im
pairod, Quantroll had to seek somo other
Hold of operations than Missouri. Unfn-mlllrwlth-KontucY.hb
ViTala "disad
vantago in exorcising his sjcill in guorllla
wirfaro, and soon foil into' the hands of
tho Union forces endng his bloodily farcer
by a death so obsouro as to be now even
4UputeJ altogether.
lagf-M'ilc Christian Nllson will appoar
In Italy opera, for tho first timo In this
country, on Octobor 23d, In Now York,
nnd will subsequently visit Philadelphia
Ualtimoro, and Chicago. '
sb?- Mary Jlristor Is tho namo of a 13.
yoar old girl, In Pennington, N. I,, whq is
arrested on n cbargo of murdorlng her
four infants, who, during tho last two yea,
havo boon In hcr charge.
t t
sas9 Dr. W. H. Searlos roeommends
poultices of tea loaves molstonpd, with 'hot
111 oiurnuiu 10 bu otner remuiica
in tho ITrst stago of burns and scalds. "
IMatTHANCr,
vr. 11. MORRIS,
Notary Public,
II. II. OANUKK
No. Pub. and V. B. Voto.
ft
FIRE, HULL, CAIIGO, LIVE STOCK,
. .ACCIDENT,! LIFE,! 1
, , 1 3sr,s or or'A prr
oral
J,
i
it. jivaa. tiABTruHU,' 11
Assail . i..u..!i..tt.-. tC,MI,COI 97
. . i. , . ... t
XORTn AMXRICA
PA.,
Assets..
LA
t I
,2,7S3,nuO ou
HARTFORD, CORN.,
AlStf , ?,M1,210 72
rnaHir, uartford,
Assets.. 1,781,148 tC
INTXRNATIOXAX, K. T.;
Asneli.. 1,3M,39S 17
r-UTXAM, HARTfORI),
.....'.....10(!,M7 .
CLEVBLAJfty . I -.-....
SI8,73 tl
CLXVXLAND,
AtaWtS ttttt (
UOMK, COLUMBUS,
Assets , 6I5,S7S il
AUKRICAlf CBMTRATW MO.,
AaieU eno.aio tw
OO.VNXCTICUT MUTUAL Ur,
Asst 10,000,000 00
TRAVILIR'a, HARTTOD, LLE AMD
ACCIDKNf,
AUSt's .......... .ljOO.CCO Ot,
RAILWAY rAgaXHOXM1 AMCKAXCK I
CO., lARTrORD,
Aaaeta .'.....'...,-. 00,000 0 1
IXDKFKMDKNT, BOKTOy,
Asset.
.30,te3 m
SAFFOKD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
Tl oral Lave,
City National Bank. CAIRO. IU.. .
FIRE AND MARINE
1 1
MiMVAllltMl
. . 1. vr-
XIAOARA, V, V.,
Alalia ,..
OKRMAXIA, V. Y,
Afaeti 1 1,058,721 7B
HAKOVER, N. T.,
Asaeln m ... 7M,61,O0
, nKl'UUHC, X. Y., ,
Assets .....-.....'.. .i..,....;. 7H,23 00
Coraprlaiox.tlio Vaiterwritera' Agency.
, YOKKBBS, lli. Y.,
Aaaata J7Svl4 15
ALBANY CITY,
lAaaets , - 4S3,193 23
PIREMEK'n FUNI, B. TU
Ataolai 678,000 00
'BKCURITY, ,K. Y. MARINE,
AseH.,... ..,.. ,.1.1,432,849 W
QTOHK, Dwelling, Furniture, Hull and Car-
yj Roea, inaureKj at raws aajaroiauie as aounu,
triiaQataecurilf.tllll wairaatj ',
I reaiectluliy aak,r .(ho eitisees.of. Cairo, a
share o tlielr jialronaie. '
" ' C.'3f. HCUIIXH,
0t4- First Watlohal Bank.
'WAI fkXD WOOD.
? p mV'w a rd",
WP."OP AND GOAL
mebouAnt,
FMi WAHl) i prepared to delirer tho best
Kir a Wood and atone Coal
IN ANY r-ART.Ojr TUB CITY,
And (n any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED At SL60 j-eb tojt
OKK1CE Orr -Deerwart, 6rth 'A Cd.'s stove,
two doors aboro tho corner of Eighth atreet and
Commercial uremic -Jcceil
MIU.INBRSJ.
MRS. M. 8WANDKR,
PEALER IN ;ILLINERY
AND .
LADIES PURNlrflilNp .GOODS, ,
cmisfl Xfinmt, AMsesalie ,BU
, SUMS 4taSa-Ba-W, ,
Cairo, Illinois.
GLUTUINO F.OR. :LAPIES' WEAR
.Made'to order, or Betdy-Made, (
A full assortment of.MlUOS' ,nd Ladles
uavi auu .uuifuyui YJSicj anfavtavyii;B.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
'MRS. a
J.
KiqiiTIJ HTI)
1
Um just received, a fallaipd rpltnUiil llueof
NEW GOODS
u - 'J
Cress trlmmlnjif, silk $Uapi, silk .0001, hmI'
puro iMes.imosa trimmlncs: crocket .buttons:
ilk and ysiretbuttona; rdtiih andrimrmnlt vet-'
vet, hata and bouiwO, One kd RlOTM, tedles' tvn
hiidrens' fMor, atid .a Jull aud couipleto stock ot
Milliritry and .lanpy 'Goods,
All of whteh alio prpraoses to at
TIIK VKMY LOWEST CASH JUICES. v
, JOB PRINTING. '
The UmlersiKned, proprietors of the 1)JIV pd,
Wsfjiv MuUitia. Iiavf JuiltrecelvSd aniforti
rttebtoi theiUUat atylia of Job Printing &$
alb Soutti'and-Weaf. They flatter theme',
Hat tkev beaseik laellltlrV ' fnriuVnlbW Uut
EpUyi iu tha Ueae ajlol th Araffwwki'
atod to iliwn, frat.thei atnaUeai mard I
110 lho 'nlkinmntTr moiter. and at .UUM.
w1111.11 ! Tfiin our onaiaoaa men iuiKouurT
;uau tor aenu in k tholr work to hi. iAuie,jiniB.-
ittl or chiogo, iQ, II. CUKHI.I cu.
FunNiTnnr..
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
4
By lniylng your
.-;:'''! I!. 1 , .
at mn
VKSIT UREl-AOTnRV
W. r
oa
a asw
.WSMktaaTtOH-AV.. Rair rullnia U."
. V ' li vAinu,.ii.i,inujn
V
oltiienaofCalrolliirtheyare manutacturlng all
kinds or '..-'
PLAIN AND FANCY FUKNITURK
And bsre now on linn. I ami for ale, at
i
Wliolranlr nml Itrlnll,
tit. 1
alt klnda, ami will continue to kerii at their
BALKS ROOM, IN THEIR NEW nUII.WNO,
Kfry dlacrlptlon of elicap nml coally tiirnlliirr,
uclias
ias.rarTed Hedateada,
SUTMarble Topped Ilureaua,
"SIJelMjarJa, VVaahitandt.
afWarilrolx'ii, Sofa Lliairs,
He.yofuanJ ilatraaea,
"1-IUD)(c,etc , etc.,
Whicli they w ill guaranteo to acll
TWENTY TEIt CENT. LOWEK
Than they can I louglitfrom any other dealer in
the city. Ulie them a call ami eatlafy your
elf. f f-t, , Jy2ltf
nOTKIJI.
CRAWFORD llOUE,
CORNER SIXTH ani. WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntrance on Htxth-al.,)
P. J. Utkta, 1
H. CC'ady, - CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. H. Lodwkk, j
I OAK-K8, CADV 4 CO. I'roprirtorii.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
C0U14RRC1AI.-AVKNUK, OI'rotlTK V.
CAIJtO. ILLS.
o.,
JOSBPH IIAYLIfK,
PROrRIETOR.
TnE HODHK IB NEWLV FUIlNISHED
ArjJ offers to the 11 utile firat-claas accotnuioJa
tiona at reasonable rales.
CENTRAL HOUSE.
Oppoalte the roftotnce.nnHlxth Btret Ixtween
WathinKtou and Coiniiirciul at enuea,
Cairo, ills.
Tbl a homo has len thoroughly
tefurniaiied and renorated, and la
oYer-liaulcd.
iui ui.if 11. nuu in u'.i. writ iu
now odhi fur
Jie reception of gueata. The rooms aro all Iotk"
ndwell ventilated, and fualuturn near. ' Hatch
epi mint anu nay,
Ije4dlf
Wild. (iAKFNKT.
Proprletreaa.
CENTRAL HOUSE,
Vllln UltlKf. llllnoU.
TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor.
Ml one of the heat and fin eat aaloona In the enun
ly aid la supplied with lho Ix-at uiuea, liU0
aad laer beer. The proprietor Inritra pairona
promlaloK o treat them hia pntrn well and t
f:lvn thi'in tho heat in lho ahop which la I lie heat
it Villa Uidc.c. Jy'J4tf
UCTCIIrUS.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT "MARKET
CHAN. UAYKIt tV CO.,
I'uoi'uiiimui.
'VrKBP-iw
tf7 Kroal
conatMrtlyon hand-thn best nf beet,
. mutton, veal. lamb, sausaue. nuddlnir.
roah white lard -id 'anv unanllty. corned
beef, ate., alwaya on hand.
oee i,
ft
mere prompuy puod, sou sain (action warran.
JAMW .KVNASTOV ,
1 irri 1 - .ivrv " 1
Bsitetier and Denier Iss all liluds t'renb
Mem,
COBNIS NlMTtEMII AND POFLAR BrSWT.
CAIIl), 1I.LINOIH.
UVH and ftUiiRhters only the very beat cattle,
1 bona and lieu 11. and In ureiuired to till anv
Siand for freali uieala from ono nound to ten
thousand ound. JoiiOtf
lOBOCIfisUBN AND DKY CieODN.
1 . mfeliUJJ KLUGI3,
CliLIU IN
FAMILY GKOCERIES,
DRYOOODS,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AHP CAP8,i ETC.,
lias Juit received a heavy stock of Hoots and
4 ' Hhoos, Hosiery and otlon,
POK SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lie also lias a tine stock of Family Grocerlea ol
every kind.
v
(1HNEU SIXTH-ST. AND COMMEH
' CIAL-AV.,
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
BINDINO,
end newspaper Siadlou esiabiistimtiut.
1TJOOH9, p.mphletf, briefs, csUloguw, newa
Jj bapera.'tai lists, and every variety of citen
ivoljirmtiuK contracted for, and promylly and
speodily oxoculed, in the Uulletin book, )obj
DOORN, KAftJII, KTCl
W. W. THORNTON,
DiAlia m
J -
DOOBS SASE
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
. MHINClUM,
I1A.TH A.N"D XiTJ-JaC-BKlR
Office on Tenth St.,
Relvreti CassssssereUI "TTasliIsi
AVVSBIIM. j
1
CAIRO., TTiT, 1
a UK.IT1H tar tuair hi... . . ui
and Jo,,n,, ImproTid Hooflns always on
B. WALTERS,
DSlLSall
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
. ot eTary deacrlptlon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Steamboat Lumber,
Kntnlshed on shortest notice.
n . .:.t ti imv .
utuuiuiuiai-avy mi. iviuawiv4iaaw.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
BAH K g.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or caj0.
DANIEL HUliD, 1'reai.lenl ;
' ilOtlKItT W. jlll.I.klt, Vice.l'reaident i
-C. N. IIUflllKM, Chiller.
COLLECTIONS;,IM()il l'TLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, lunk noUa and UaiUtd
ijtalra aecuritlca bought and sold.
1 11 terra t Allawrat oss Tina DsIU.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
CtaaHeraai March 31, IMI.
orrict i.'
f'lTV TATlrVAT. IIAW IUIHI1
US a m i i a a svl 4VJ a a a. 1 saj waw
oiricisut
A. n.HAFFOHl)rPrea!Jnt;
.4.8. TAYI.UU, Vice-ITfiUeut;
V. IIYBLUP, tkcreUrr "J Traurr.
libictohi
P. W. Ha kFLiT. C?HA1. OALldUKM.
V M MT.Mtstu Pin (1 Huru.
It. JlI. ClNNUUUlM, W. 1. HsLLIAT, ,
IlsftnsMlfa mt mm Amtwrnmrnt Manrlwffi fram I
ix as .
m, i)rcvnia uvr ibdudis Minit iskwu wipwiw r
I.mi 1 aai . Inlarsit nnl srlthilrkwn iblilftil lmtllsl
Uiatolv to tho rrincir. of tho dciroilU. therttr t
iivlfiis Itmm PAnifaniiml in La mat.
o " q r
UASBIin WOlUlt AMO.CniLDBIX MAY
DirOSIT MONEY
so nut noons iui ca oaiw it.
I lun ....u l.n.lnAaa . I a v tnm O a fr, I n fl.tn i
and Saturday .yening lor HAVING DEPOdlfiJ
only, from to b o'clock.
auwtf W. araLqi-. Taaaarar.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIRO; H.a.BXttIsi.
.!'; -Tin
CAPITAL,
10000
orricias 1
W. P. UAI.1.1DAY, J resident I ,
1 11 111 Vk'nllll fla.hler;
niaacTOu: '
o m ....n fi'iiimuna, I
SioTT Winn, w. j nauiBai,
Oio. P. WmuasoM, BtsmiSs DlaP.
A.-W.ParrPapl ' if
,11 1
KxcbassK ' s7slei ia4a
TiEPOSITS received, and a lenend t
XJ business done. . 1 '
PAfMTB.
CARL L. THOM-A8,-
Is prepared to do all kinds.)' plAieandorna-
mental
PAINTlNGr, -
ip . , nnaw..n 1, . nun Tf LunTXTA
miuuvmiu.HM,....- ,
aioN triii.TXso, ffpnt''
At Scares which defy all compstlon, and la the
highest style tf the palptstfs art,;
V Sn01 IN THE PEUUYJ HOtSB, 1
CORN EH Or cdUMEBUIAL AyvlcAiD
JiiOUTU HTnKE.T.
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