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ilk ami reltet bottom, Ami Irltntiiinir el-
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clulJionn' idlers, nul n full uti.l vouiilel rtuol nl
Alillincry and Fancy Goods,
All of hich iho pro)Ofc to dl at
THE VEUY LOWEST CASH ntlCKH.
t OAl. AND WOO II.
WOOD AN D COAL
MERCHANT.
1 M. WARD i prepared t6 deliver tho bent
; , Fire Wood and nlono Coui
IN ANY TAUT OF TUB CITY,
Ao.l In any ipiMillty desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at l.50 rr.n ton
Of1 KICK -Over lleerwart, Orth A Co.'n Move,
tHuiloor nlwva Hie corner of Eighth Ml eel rii
Celnmereiai avenue, -lectin
THE J3ULLETJJST.
Satumat Mousing, August 12, 1871
JOHN II. ItHERLY, Ei'iTOH and Pcaiuiita,
Taam or rim Dint Iin.i.mv!
.Vulcn;i'cm,
One week, by currier 1
On year by carrier, In advance 10 W
One moutli iby mail, 7S
It.rie month . ?- IS
six monlli- 'Jl
Ono )ear, 8 DO
7 he rtbtt! pnperi'1 Mernnler pmnlji ami of I lit city of
( tin; thcQiUyiirnuijdnliiin&italicin tUlnvii ;
H u-Uxiirntr ju'ifprtf; jhihIJ, owl fmrttM i out
rjlO oi nil nty'Cll jf Inttrert f tin yMie t
irilk nlnrie nniHixtrcnuitj eireul-Uhn, the llulle
tumeSntithrimitryaniftuI intillijtnl rwltrt n.vl
tntirflriting ImiIc.i men.
THK HOLLAR WEKKLY HULLKriN.
Ju!m 11. Obcrly Jt Co. nnvo nIucpil nib
wriiiliou vnco of the Wvt-Kly C:ilro llutlctln to
One 7ari(pnnun, IniiKiii It ttiu ehtupet JtA1
it;mi.1IIh'J In Southern Illinois.
For rremlcnl, 187,
JAIES R. DOOLfT'J'LE,
or' Wisconsin.
Su!i'ct to ll deemtm of the national tlcm
neratic' contention,
lTh New York WorMoii Kuiulor Ioolittlo.
"Jlii record it so consistent and untar
nished that it may be lilen'ed to a ttraiyht
line drawn across a puzzle a clear beam,
nmicerecd by the tluctuatiny atmosphere
uf American politic, throuyh the past
ttccnty yean.''
F-wn ipieh by Sennhrlhotille. ilUutrcl at Dc
"i.. i in act by UieiSoiHI.iisC.iiii.llii- irtxeJ to
ilo i Hie fecple of Uuliiiii Kfler limy Im.l re
Vllf I kh'H'1 UiiTie ftn t b i I ' en tuit iliiMnby
Oiv iirtliiei, lit tbitt N,Mri Vti' l lie qlleMum
hru.-t m the felMle . -IWlit pU-.'.i l.e ibinoMltll
I.Miiiu unJ thi roiU' n( JMum'' tbereuern
two tivnu there oho iJn'.i..il t "Tanflveate Hieir
ti rty i mtkotlirin '.iutw." 'I heie uiw, ho
MiM. i.onc tUl .lay who Mulit, iaie imule tliein
t.ve to tKciroun lnVe-.' HiH Ciiiinllut., who-i
-e ttofa tmylt. lino n inuile Iim mine mi
Hal, mid: "Klniuork, let u nml e them fellow-
I leu., nm hu"nt't In the iow.ir HliJ liry ot
Ijjio ' 11 ni, iirlhni inh.. mi l ito the
..-ul their rebellmn Mil li ne reneue.l their
u rmc tu the union .uel the tlij. iiiiiIjh the
- u.ru .in,li. our fe'l" - iti. nml Ihu-
w lu tlio poiiirau I gbu of the ii.iln.ii."
Tiik Gullutin (Jtattlr saya that
Judge Green, of Cairo,- isJreUOiitly
mentioned as the po.-silile dumocratis
candidate fur congros. from the Mate at
larjrc, and that he wmild mako a .strong
canvass, bometituu ago Til i: IUm.i.k
UN suggested .Iud'0 fireen a tho pro
Ir man to stand at tho head ol the
dtino'iratic ticket this fall and the sii".
gestiun was received with much favor
indifferent par hit if tlic "state, but we
were led to believe the judge did not
distrc tie nomination. Hi prnfosion
hl duties which are becoming every day
wore and more arduous would not per
"t lam togiviitotlecmivaasthat time
attention hich it t0),uirc,.
jould be aSUn,hi,,I(1 y too nmeh
7 ,,B.wlrtl Chiang .acritice
IllH ll11utlir,.i ...
' '"w"--" i"r tho honor of
v".uW.nB a Beat in congress one
JO". Tho judge ha.S ft, lc t
eervedthe public faithfully at his own
Wube: anil ...V.!i i .
. , imi( ne is wiiiui"
y8o to V par-y botL time and
llto nation
Several references to xh, hto C!ldet
av.-Miawiiectoiihuv Km
" columns of 'l
Itltl I l-PIV '.. '
llltlltlv fill tllf. ynl.i..... . '
..uv uvum nil 1110 IUCIR J,, c
uud were "waiting for Hbt" v,'
i... i i .1 ii " 1
uu ui;aru mo siory 01 UlO (ll'-AllliointiMl
candidate, and, while w had no doubt
his statement wabthe unvarnished truth
us ho understood it, wo coueluded to
watt uutu tho bourd of oxauiiiiers avu
r it t , .
mm ,w.vu w oiu uittliur. I I10 at
number of the Gallatin Gazette jr jior
gau one of the board says by inference
i
if not hydircct assertion, that Sanfiml II.
Corcoran obtained (ho recomnionilation
for (he reason thul ho passed tlio Lest
examination in his o-y, Krniimirtr,
nrithematio anil geography, No deny
(lie Initli of (liis inferential assertion,
and demand tho jiroof. And Anther,
vc nsert tliat San Ford II. Corcoran fell
far short of Win. P. Smyth, of this city,
in the most if not nil the Htudios on
which the applicants wero examined
that Smyth's nvorago was IB while Cor-
eoran's win only 10, showing Smyth to
he one-thitd more prolieicnt than the
successful apjilicant. Wo challenge the
examining board to deny this assertion.
c assert further, that two of the three
xamincrs Morgan and Hughes were
t first in . favor of recommending
j'lnyth, nml that tho objection tho third
member, Mr. Bowman, urged was not
thnt Smyth had not excelled, but that
the lower part of the district had been
favored in tho matter of the cadetship
leretofore; that Smyth was the kind of
boys we wautcd at home, and that Cor-
ooran, although ho had fallen short of
Smyth's yrofioionoy, had studied two
cars to qualify himself for examination
nml wanted the position so earnestly it
would be cruel to refuse him. Wo
challangc a denial of this assertion. Wo
believe now that tho board of examin
ers did not do their duty faithfully, and
wo know they recommended a young
man inferior in mental attainments to
ono they admitted to be his superior,
nnd did tins in lace of the fact that
Col. Crebs had pledged his honor that
the appointment should be given to the
applicant that stood the best examina
tion before the Shawncctown board. In
every study in which the applicants
were examined Smyth is more proficient
than Corcoran, aud Smyth is willing to
prove the fact in n public examination
to bo hnd anywhere- that Col. Crebs may
designate.
THK ADMIXIST1IATION.
Kvcry radical convention that has
met during the past six mouths has en
dorsed President Grant's administration
of tho government, and every radical
convention that will be convened until
the next presidential election will re
enact this farce of endorsement. Farce
is n mild word to use in characterizing
the fulsome performances of the radical
managers in tlw interest of the man
who fills their mouths with bread by
robbing the people of their hard earn
ing". There is nothing in Grant's ad
ministration ,'(oxcept'(first class stubborn
ness, that can challenge the applause of
an intelligent people. Its most distin
guishing characteristics are its disre
gard of the iundauicntal principles of
tho irnvpn. .., expendi
ture of money, and its slipshod man
agement of all the public affairs. In
tho treasury department Uoutwcll blun
ders; and in the state department Fish
sits a good looking figure head, as use
les!t as lie is handsome. Akermau is
as ignorant of the duties of the attor-
noy-gcneral's office as Jtobcson is of
the responsibilities of the navy depart
ment. I'leasanton's blunders have cost
the countrv ten millions of dollars,
while thievery riots in every nook and
cranny of'the public service. Looking
from tho counsellors to the president.
the eye is not cheered by a more plea
sant prospect. lie is as indifferent,
of tho public interest as the most
careless of his advisers. Af
fection for a sore-tailed favorite hor.-e
may aroiii-o him into momentary activ
ity, or the excitement of a new gift in
duce him to feel a slight emotion of
thankfulness, but. ueiientllv. hi w tin.
same calm, cigar-smoking, spirit-drink
ing, stubborn, bee au-e htoliil, inanity.
Hi administration ! It Ua failure. The
better republicans denounce it. They
point at it a corrupt and offoiisio to
all patriotic citizens, lint the time-
servcrsof the party tlic placemen the
scavenger, who live in the sewers of
political thievery and reek with the
noxious odors of its corruptions the
men who now control the radical party
and manipulate its conventions these
men all endor.se Grant, aud will
undoubtedly secure from tho radical
party his rouoinination for tho high of-
nco he now occupies. It remains to bo
seen, whether the whip of the party can
compel the good men of that orgnuiza
tiou to again aid the people in electinj
to tho presidency a man who is iguo
rant of tho A-ll-Cs of political scionco
and who winks at corruption while he
junkets by the tea shore carolcs of his
public duties and altogether regardless
of tho responsibilities which n too
credulous people havo imposed upon
tnciu.
DOOUTTLK ON THE I'LATFOUM
1 he Chicago Timm, of the 10th inst.
contains the following
Ex-Henator Doollttto Is reported to havo
told mi interviewer Hint tlm platform of
tho mini opposed to Gratii" in ti, tu-xt
I'ro.iuuimai cnmpuii;!! mint b0 brum
"oui;u in tnko in nil opposed tu tho pro
tn luliuinihtmlluii. whether .Sumner rc
. iuu ri'djllitrni'lml rnboli nr nrl. I
S , TU .'' one. blneo it sieniHt
would U iiuraiv , '' IronM
o" mo mmo twiMn.jbi , iu
uino iivunmtimi,,
,j ij3'iiuruti )(
ecuuiu it U
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUU-usr iu, 1871.
tlcnd tssiia ; but flnnnciftl niiosllonicnntiot
bf treated In that wnv. Thoy ro living
quesllon and mint ho mot without equivo
cation or evasion.
Tho rime is hypcrcm' nnd inten
tionally misunderstands .Judge DoolU
tlo. What he is reported to havo said
concerning tho "platform of tho man
'opposed to Grant" is now the language
ofniuootitof every ten democrats in
the country, and his often been used in
substanco by the Timer. What was the
meaning of the famous: "Shall the
Democratic Party Live or Die," arti
cle? In that wise and statesman-like
article tho Times qppcalcd to tho demo
cratic party and advised it to ncccpt ne
gro suffrage. Why? Uccausc, said
tho Tiims, negro sufTrago is an nccom-
lishcd fact, and it is always wise to ac
cept the inevitable. Accept this inev
itable fact, and the democracy may hope
to live, since it may then adopt n "plat
form broad enough to take in all op-
1 posed to tho present administration,
' whether advocates of negro suffrage
or its opponents, liberal republicans,
reconstructed rebels or original dem-
' oerats of tho north." Certain wise
acres asserted, nt that time, that the
new departure of the Times was far
less promising than the old rut, and
that a platform such as it then suggest
ed would bo purely negative. Tho 2'imcs
promptly retorted upon its critics, nnd
douounccd them as bourbons and fools;
but now who can believe? it uses the
weapons of bourbonic fools to demolish
the line of political policy which in its
wiser days it advocated. Tho Times,
like a crawfish, goes backward.
If the democrats cannot adopta plat
form broad enough to hold all opposed
to Grant's administration, they cannot
hope to .succeed; Why may not a
liberal republican stand on tho samo
financial platform with the original
democrats of the north? If he cannot
do so, how can tho hard ruonoy demo
cratSj who believe in Vallandigham's
"hard money plank," stand on the same
platform with the soft money demo
crats who swear by Pendleton? If he
cannot do so, how can tho absolute
free traders stand on a platform on
which the incidental protection men of
Pennsylvania do not refuse to stand.
If ho cannot do so, how can the "null
'and void'Trank JJlair stand on thesame
platform with the "accept the situation"
John Qtiincy Adams? The truth is,
no man, who thinks for himself, can ob
tain exactly thu platform he wishes.
Certain fundamental principles are vi
tal, but on all side. issues the advocates
of those principles must compromise.
If they do not, they can never succeed..
This fact has not been kept steadfastly
in tito ikmooiaiii. uiUiJ, and hcneuung
politicians havo been permitted by the
party to exaggerate side issues, transient
in their character, into overshadow
ing proportions. The great principles
which should always have been in-
cribed on the democratic banner are
tatc rights, strict construction of the
constitutionand opposition to protection.
In the pending presidential contest the
democracy must again return to an ad-
ocacy of these principles. President
Grant and the ultra radicals have at
tempted to rob tho states of nil rights,
to centralize all power at Washington,
ud republicans like Schurz, Trumbull,
Gratz Hrown, Gov. Palmer, and even
Logan have become alarmed. , He has
s'urped powers unknown to the consti
tution, and even Sumner bus denounced
im as an usurper, lie has sold him
self to the high protection men, and all
the earnest free-traders, led by Wolls,
re denouncing him. Ho has allowed
hordo of thievos to take-possession of
the public offices, and even the callous
but not totally depraved portion of his
pnlugists tire demanding reform. All
these elements of opposition must be
united in the next presidential canvass,
ud they can only be united on a plat
form such as .1 udge Doolittle advocates
a platform unencumbered by any
dead issue, but broad enough to hold
the opponents of a centralized govern
ment, those who deprecate tho policy
of stretching the constitution to find just-
fication lor usurpation, and tho enemies
of tho system of proteotivo robbery and
tf tho thieves who swarm tho land,
wearing I lie collar oi ti:o niuii ot me
white house.
I'HIS AND THAT,
A ton of hay will buy a good cow .in
New Hampshire.
Thero tire moro than a humlrod piano-
forts in tho public school rooms of Boston
A Kochostur lady built a brick vault
uud .mirblo liendiloiio to tho memory of a
fuvorllo cur.
Boston usllmntcs tho vuluo of its pub
lie school property at ubout six millluut of
dollars.
An Englishman writes to tho London
7'imc that hu has seen tho biiibluinodhcad
of Marino Fulloro, tho Dogo who was be
beaded somo 600 years ago In Yinlce.
A Now York glrlln tho Interior of
tlio Htato lias a prairlu roso bush trailed
ocr tlin sidt'S of hor room, and boa wcoli
ithud 1.000 roses upon it. A bower o
rost'n, truly.
Tlio foreign papers announce tl.o
duutli of Henry Tuppo'r, son of tho author of
' I'rovorblal FhUoiophy,'' which oocurrcd
in contciiuenco of mi uccident, at thu Capo
of (lood Hopu. '
A Clilnusu aelrniH but iippeurcil ut ono
of tlm London Uiuatrealutuly, who apeulta
vory good I'ngllih, la vory lmndiomo, rmd
docs not look In the least llko ono of tho
"heathen Chlnoo."
Tho Augsburg Gazette says that nt-
tlicks tlDon Oerninn unbllnm In ilKTnrnnl
parts of AIbaco nnd Lorrnlno hnvo becomo
Incroflstngly numorotu. Sovernl wounded
men nro now lying In thu boipltnl nt
Strasbourg.
Tho most Vfduablo works of tho l'nrls
KAtlonal Library, which durinc tho eloco
had boon packed up nnd deposited In
safety, havo now boon restored to tholr
pUecs. Tho collodion of manuscripts
till remain in cares.
The State of Michigan contains flvo
thousand one hundred nnd cluvon,' , ; Inland
lakes, cbvoring an area of olovon hundrod
and fourteen miles, besides a wntor front
on tho groat lskoi 'or1, nioro than eighteen
hundred miles,
It is said in England that money Is
now sochcapln London becauso thoto is to
much moro of It than over before. Tho
cloarlnuhouso return of. a recent week
showed tin increase of twonty-two million
sterling over tho corresponding week in
July, 1870. Tito rato of interest ranges
from 1 J to 2 per cent, n year.
Thoso who think tho oil wolis oi
Pennsylvania havo played out, may lo
surprised to learn thnt tho production of
petroleum In this country Is steadily on
tho increase. In 18C0 wo exported but ono
and n half million of callons; in 1SC8 it
Lad renchod 00,000,000, nnd Inst year it
was 141,000.000. Tho incrcoso in tho flow
of oil In Pennsylvania sinco 18GJ has beon
nearly SOporcont.
PITH AND POINT.
A ball room tho nursery.
Moro matter of form fitting a drcsi.
A hack In Chicago Is called n vermin-
ngory.
"Did you hoar my last speech?" asked
a political wind-bag. "I hope so," ropllcd
hu friend.
Economy for Indies If you want n
morning wrapper to last forovor, never
wear it out.
Judy.
"r Kob.ln ton, tho toloroJen-Rbneer
Not Hob-t-aon, the cheerful Hecrtary
Who cooked the lUclr steam that latal day,
Ami hroka the reputation uf the lrry,
" I livo in Julia's eyes, " said an eflec-
ted dnndy, in Coleman's hcnrlng. " I
don't wander nt lt;" replied George,
"sinco I observed she hnd a sty In them
when I saw hor last."
-V AVostcrn paper tells of a man who
earned n barrel of flour by carrying it
mlloonhis back, "taking only ono rost
often minutes on tho way." llow many
longor rests ho took It docs not sny.
Tho swells nt 2 ow London pronoun
co I'equot, Paquo, nnd tho lhdlctin says
"Shades of TJncasI bhall wo. lmvo to
wrestlo with Poquctnnoo, Pogwnmsticock,
and Wiccopesot in tho French language?"
Accommodating creditor "How oft.
on must I climb throo pairs of stairs ha
foro I get tho amount of this liltlo ac
count?'' Dobtor "Do 'you think I iim
going to rent a place on tho flrstflcor to
nccommoda'to my creditors?''
-"Why, "Undo Johnnv," salJ his
friend, "can you ntTord to cat shad at
twenty-flvocentsiipound?'' "Acb, wold 1''
said Undo Johnny triumphantly, "I can
put him in mlno ice-chest nnd keop him
until ho gets cheopor."
PHOEBE CAIIY.
OIISKQUn-S is AI.L-SAINTS .CHURCH, AND
I1UIUAL ntSIDK IIEH HISTKItlN OltKKN-
WOOl).
From tlio New YorliStiu ofSaturJay.)
In tho riiiht-hand parlor on tho first
lloor of tho modest residenco of thu Car v
sisters, at 02 Knat Twentiuth street, ycttor-'
day lay n rich mahogany casket, with a
raised top. It was studded with silver
nails, and ornamontod with eight silvor
handle). Part of tho lid was thrown back.
disclosing ml oval silvor phtte, boaring tho
iiiscruiiioii:
''l-HolVucXYtv,'"'"'''
UitiiJiiLV 31,1871.
Ageil 45 yenra.
i
Inside, reposing on n bed of fluted whlto
satin nnd Ince, was tho , dead , poetess.
The features weroculn aiiiijiquict sleep.
j siiiiwi ui rnro oiu uicu cnwrnppcu tlio
upper juirt of tho body, und was l'astonod
witn agoiuon pin ana a. tuiicroso. .t roth
red roses encircled tho head, tind on tho
lid of tlio casket wero nnumbo'rof crosses
and lyres wrought of tubo-roses. Around
tlio olctritntly furnished rooms sat iniinv
of tlio brightest stnrs.tn tho, literary, Urmn-
mcnt. tiio paii-Dearers wero gatuorcu in
tlio parlor on tho loft, fl'lioy wpro tho,
lion. Horace Orcely, rourii'U. J. Victor,
ti. a. jiaymoiKi, unver joiinson, ur. x..
11. Jamos, A. J.Thornpson, JosM.. Knox
and Dr. W. F..Colton, " ,,
It was nearly 1!;30 o'clock when the cas
ket wasborno across the -way to Dr. Bol,
lows' church, (Unitarian) Fourth, nyeriue
nnd Twentieth etroet. Mcantlmo tho en-
tiro body of tlio homo uud becomo tilled
with itio irienus oi mo poetess, among,
them P.T. ltarnum, .Murv L. liooth, Mrs.!
r.. uauy .luuion, unvo iioenn, rroressor,
Packer und wife, Thoodoro Tilton, "WbHe-
law Jioiu, itio itev. ueiiu jiuricign. and
others.
Thocotlin was placed on u catnfalquo In
front of tho pulpit, agiilnst which irostcd &
largo floral cross. At tho head of tho lid
stood a lyro crowned with proses,-wreaths,
and loose flowers.
The ceremonies begun with a dirgo on
tho organ. Tho ,ltuv. Sir. Peters then
road n portion of the Old Tostamont, and
tho Itev. Mr. Lnurlo followed with a chap
tor from tho Now TcUment, both relating
to death and resurrection. AVhoti this
was concluded, Mr. Latirio nreacheil nn
olouuont fuporal discour'io, closing .with a
glowing ouiogy upon ins uepauod frlond.
A songstress in tho choir now sung a
hymn written by Phcobo Cary in 15'.
and ontltlcd "Noarer Home,'' printed cop
ies of whiclr had previously beon distril
utod about thq housp. After tlio blessing
by Mr. Potors, tho congregation wero por
mitted to dotllo past thu pollln, and tuko a
last look si mo .romains.
ilo'ntr lino of carriai-cs drove un tn thn
door, the mourner entured, nnd tho cor
tugo moved to (ireonwood, whuro Phoebe
whs liuried by the siuo 01 nor beloved i(ia
tor Alice. -1 '
COI)01tUSSltAN-AT-I.All(K.
ffrouWtHa flallalln Oiu.ctte.1
Tlio Democracy aro also looking around
for tho man1 to boar otl tho palm of victo
ry, und from nrosont indications will i,n
gratified In tho porson of Mr, CJooiloU, of
Hpringfldd, Dr. Casoy, of Mound City or
Thomas J.' Tumor, of Froeport.
Thu naino of Hon. "W. II. Oreon. nf rtnt.
ro, Is frequently monttoned for tho posi
tion, , I udgo Groan would mako a strong
cuuvnsss, and como as near as any man In
the party In redeeming thu Sinto from
uamicai nanus,
INMIJIIANCE,
vr. ii. Monnis,
Notary Public,
. "' C'ANUEE
No. Tub. aiul u. 8. Coin.
IHSrSTTIE&E!
KIE, HULL, OAIIGO, LIVK STOCK,
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
i IKSTTEAKCEI
JKTKA, nATtTrOXU, J J
Ase u .,.....T.Li..il'. M,M,m m
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I ' wnnirtl Itlshlnl ... I t
, flUilii. A.iiutA i'A., I I
Asset. 2,783,000 00
Tf AltTfORD, COMM.,
AsseU'.-..'. 2,MI,2I0 72
PIIOHtlX, IIARTt'OIlI), t
Assets.. 1,781,118 80
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.
Assets..
i,av),39a IT
I'UTNAM, iIIATtTFORD,
Asset!) 70C,9i7 Ot
CLKVELANI). CLEVELAND,
Auets- 515,073 88
HOME, COLUMI1U8,
Assets 615,278
AMERICAN, CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets.
..WO.OUO 00
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
JO.OOO.OOO 00
TRAVELER'S, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT, ,
Assets. - 1,ftnn,ooo ot
RAILWAY rASSENOERS' ASRURANCE
CO., HARTFORD
Alicts i.....,...Wl,0OO0l
INDEPENDENT, ItOSTON,
Asieti ,u..,.......O0,WS C3
SAFFOllD, MOltUIS &, CANDEE,
71 Ohio Lever,
Oty National Bank. CAIRO. 1l.l
FIRE AND ARINE
X 1ST S TJ J 1ST O IE
COXVANIEAt
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
Acsets fl,43fl,JlC it
UERMANIA, N. T,
Ameta ...1,008,721 78
HANOVER, N. Y..
AsatOi m.... 72,SC2 00
REI-nilLlC, N. T.,
Aaaeta '. ...7M,2S 00
i Comiirlnlni- thn UoilcnrrHer' Agency.
YONKERS, N, Y.,
Amati ...r .......87(1,4(1 1
ALII ANY CITY,
Aet .., 83,lta 2S
vikkuem'h fund, .
Afteti ...... .......078,000 00
SECURITY, N
Y. MARINE,
;,132,&t 00
Aueta........
"t"
QTORE, Dwelling, Furniture, JJulla and Car.
O kou, Inaured at ratea an foiaLlo aa aouuJ,
permanent ancurily will warrant.
;I reapectlully aek of tho ciUieoi of Cairo, a
share ot their patronaxc.
c. w. nrjainw,
Office at First National Iltnk.
WATCHMAKER.
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER.
H. HOUFTj
TUb. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
CALHO, ILLINOIS,
Maa on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, F.TC.
Particular attention given to
, REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The largest stock of
OOLU AND "SILVER WATCHES
in the cirvi
HEWIMi MACUiatK.
"no nuMimd
II. F, GOODYpBiR,
la now offering the,
GROVER AND BAKR,
FAMILY AND MANUFACTURING-
SEWING MACHIN'ES,
WlthDrltlleimof oavlns in monthly Installments
Iwlthout lnlorest. nnd with choice between the
(rover and iiauer anuuio or aticin, mapjiioo.
atlcthea alike ,ta both aldeaj .'! ' r ('''
I'eraone wlahlnjj to- bny a Orm-elata. aevrlne
tiro and thumb-screw, oil can, bottle ol
rios.wun nemmar. iuir. oramer anu
oil, eorewilrlvor, twelvo extranoedlea, four ;boh
bins and extra needle plate, ihould uivo Good
year a call. , ., , .... ,t 1 , ..'
Call ndi see aarnjilos'of york, at , u
No. 186 'Waahington-.aVenjiO,
rifiiiiy oppoiite tlio fiuuuin oinco, '
bUTWEKN KLKV.KNTU AND TWELrflltDTS
Jylldlm i . i
FOUNIHIIKN.
ni.7
.j I '
' - - i . J '
I, & E. GREENWALDi' ' '
HiKui-xoTuaiaa or'
;. .1 .it1
r ,.,.T
mwiilKli(liii i - ,.,11. n
llolleir?, . 1
Flour und Orlat Mills
0. I UlUI'l'
) 1 .-I
BawMIIbi, '
The "'i'tippor" l'atent Ornfo bur,
MAOHINEllY FOR nKERAL yUltl'OSKSl4
' blNOINNATI, OHIO.'
Iy27ilwi'0ittf
JOB PRINTING; ' -;
Tlio undersigned, proprietors of tlio'liittv end
Wtuktv IlvLLtTih, havo fun received au aaaort
mentut the lutoai atylea of Job 1'rlntinK types,
and lmvo now ono of the moat complete Job oltlcea
In tho Boulh and West. They Hatter tbnmwlvea
that they poanoaa tacllltle .for turning, , eut
promptly, in thn beat style ol the Art, all work
entrusted 10 ,11am. from, tho amulleat card or
label to. the iiiamiuoili poster, and at'Pf lc
cnao fur endlK tuvir wroik toHt. txJula; Cinoln-
which 1HT
rniA for went
wnn ooruvaineaa men noiiooaea-
natl ot unicago.
HIOI. IAIUIH, V"MUI
JNO, Jl, OJ1UULY vo.
rUIIMTUIIK.
SAVE TWENTY TEH CENT
l)y buying jour
'SEICHHOJ?!? BROS.,:
4- '-4,
"at thiii.
. V UIIN ITURE 'FACTORY:
, "OB
1
Wftabtnglou-MV., .rr rontnm HtM.
', -' .. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Menr'. 'Richholl Brother ileilro to Inform the
klnli i of ' " """lU,ac,urlnf5 "
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
AnJ hare now on haml anJ fur sale, al
t
Whnlrnnlo nml llrlnll.
all kind., ami will contiuup in keep At their
SALES ROOMS, IN THEIR NEW TtUILtllNO,
Erery inscription ot cheap anil costly turnlture,
men u
riaCarred UeiitcaJ,
WMarllo Topped nureaui,
WTilJeboaril., Waa'iatanil.
Waritrot!., Sofa Chairs,
S.QofaaQil Matrataea,
-I-0UD(;fif tc , tic.,
Which they will Riiarantee to not)
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can be bought from any other dealer In
(lie CUT. UITB uiriu n van sou hbi j imii
self. Jysiltf
IIOTEIJI.
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entrance nn Hlxth-M.,)
F. J. Oakes,
a. 1
ii. ;. uiwr,
K. II. Lodw
It. C. Cady, S-
OINUINNAT1, OHIO.
idwick, I
OAKB9, CAUY A CO. I'roprieto
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
COMMERCIAL-AVENUE, OITOSITE I'. O.,
CAIRO. ILLS.
JOSEPH HAY LIS,
niOPRIETOK.
The House is Newly Furnished
And offers to the public flrat-clana actominoda-
liona bi reaauiiuuie raiea.
CENTRAL HOUSE.
Oppoalte the PoalolTlce.ouHlxth Street between
WaahlnKlonandCointnvrcial avenues,
CAIRO, ILLS.
1-1, 1. Iimi.n hu hn thoroushlv over-hallleil.
refuruiihed and reuovated, and i now open for
tlm repetition of nucf U. Tlio rooma are all larito
andwell ventllated, and fuahiture new. Hatch
kCpi Illglll RnU uay, cnil. urri". I
CENTRAL HOUSE,
Villa IIIIkf. Illlnola.
. TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor.
In ono of the bet and fin cat aalooni In the eoun
ty niil ia aupplled with the lt luo, lhiio
and lager Ieer. The proprietor Invllen pairmijn
urQtnlslnz'o treatthem hl pntrtuia well and t
Jtivo them the bet In thn ahop which ithebet
In Villa ItldKO. Jr-'f
IIUTCIIi-Jlfl.
THE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
1 CHAN. HAYi:it ro.,
I'aiiratctoua.
KEEP constantly on hand the beat nr beef,
pork, mutton, veal, lamb. auae. puddliiK,
etc. Kresh whlto lard iu any ijuautlty, corned
beef, etc, always on hand. .
Ordera promptly tilled, and aaUafaotion warran.
ted. ... fe,mf
tJAMKS KYNASTON,
Balclier nml Denier lu'iiil'ltiud'a FrcHb
Mcmji'.' ' '
Coaim Ninctxintu ash Porua SrntsT.
thkn, irfufioii. 1
Vu'ya and alaiiRhtera only tho very.bcit cattle,
J"5 Jioga and abexp,' and ila prepared to nil any
deMaad fpr froali moan from otio pound to Wu
thpuaand iotind. MeriiOtf
! )-jbmQt'KBIEM AND DRV GOODN.
ii-iij
' William kluge,
J.t'EAMILY GROCERIES,
' ' 1 ' DRY-U00D3,
' NOTIONS,B00TS AND S1IOES,
t i: i -' "
, , , fj MATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
Has 'jnii received a heavy stoaV of Hoots nmi
III i I bi(ji, lloaiury aud Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Me aUo has a fine atock of Family Orocorlcs ol
overyKinu.
CORNER BIXTHTA ArND COMMKR-
I naino. ILLINOIS.
UINDIKQ.
1 rvoXJl'pPhlew. Welt, cataloguee. news.
Bniperatai llau, and eyery variety of eiten.
IlivVUnk .eontructed for. and pronjyUy and
v uewspjer biadlriH' eaUbllahmenl.
IOORN, NANIf, ETCt
W. W. T JI.ORNTO N,
I1LINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
"
JjAU,'.H Tj Till IvrTrl 111
' a
OfficeWTenth St.,
if
ItMtrrrB CautssMswIal niarf Wahlaif;lni
AYwittifw, '
OAIEO. IlIi
A OKNT8 for Hock Itlver Paner Cmnanv'.i
it
ami proTan iioonng always ear
S. WALTERS,
MAlia IK
11A111JAND l) " ' . t R
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS, j
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
KurnNhcd on ahorteit notice.
Lommcrcjal-av, bet. Ill tit and llth-sts., i
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
- 1
nANKN.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or t'Aiito.
IUNIDIi lltlltl), I'retl.leut;
IIOIIKRT W. MII.I.Ktt. slWl'refldent;
C.'.V. ItlJdllra, Cashier.
, , i ..!:!
COLLKCTlONSiPROM 1TLY MADE.
IXCIMNnK. coin.
bank noUa and United
Ill
Htntea securities bought and aold.
lnlrrMt Allon-rU on Time Depoelta.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
SA.2STIC-
ClinrlrrrU .narch 31, IMS.
orrica i
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIK.
orrtciaai
A. H. HlI'KOIlD..Prealdcnt
S. fl. TA YI.OH, Vlce-I'reildent i
W. IIVULOl', Hccretary and Treasurer.
MaccTOan
P. W. lUariAV,
K. M. btocariaiii.
Cms. Otueuta,
I'll i. O. tkutH,
W. P. Halliday,
It. M. Ceaaluiuu,
J. H. I'niiLin.
DcpoaltN or buy Amount Received from
Ten Cental Upwards.
XNTERKiT paid on depoilta althe rated ail
pe-cent. per annum, March 1st and beptem
ber ll. luteroatnot withdrawn la added Imme
diately to tho principal of the dtjioalta, thereby
giving 'hern compound Interest. - '
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEI'OljlT MONEY
au TUAT XO 01 lUt CA DSAW IT,
Open every buaineia day from a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and baturda erenin tor HAyiNO DKPOdlTri
only, from (to 8 o'eloelc.
uuaJtf W. II V8LOP, Treaaurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
B-A-rCT-RI.
VAIBO; IM.INOIH.
CAPITAL,
100V)0
, , orrtciES t
' W. P. HAIiLIDAY, President:
A. II. HAKKOilD, Caahierj
WALTER HVULOP, Assistant Casbirr.
PIKECTOISt
Staats Ta uon, oar.ar H. ChmiiwoaAii,
SkotT Wllltl, W. I". IlALLIDAT,
Gko. I). Williamson, Drams BiaJ),
A. H. SarruaD.
jcxehnnite, folsa United mmtii
Iloud DoiuUt aud Sold.
TvEPOSITfl received, and a general pwWVK
XJ buaine umi.
l'AINTEIl.
, UARL L. THOMAS,
It iireparod to do all kinds of plain, and orna
' mental
TAINTING
KALSOMINING, PAPER llANQINU
BION "lVKil AJtUi .'U.
At figures which defy all competlon, and 'In the
highest style tf the palnUrt art.
81IOP IN THE PERRY HOUSi,
CORNER Ol COMMERCIAL AYNP 1
lttniiTit htree't.
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