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Ptimblll.fl inMimiirn iiunom.
'Gov. Ca Mi'nKiil. of Wyoming is de
termined to be the patron s-aint of the
woman suffragists. He hat vetoed the
bill repealing woman suffrage in the
SOMB of the so-called conservative
i il.n nrnainiitV mcv
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kipg honeriil evidence that Urant lias ''
BailL IIUIILHII Ll lULllvu l" Wimil nun I
abandoned POlllC Ol m unpopular post-
Hons in deference to the will ol the pco
pie. Iheir Vision WOUlU.bO Clearer St they
a aa In.
could bcc that behind Grant's defcrcneo I
t . .1 . i .i. - it
w me win oi uie people is uie ueior-
ready commenced tn rope in nil the die-
satisGcd elcmcnt.i in the republican
pnrty.- And tliey will go, too.
Caui. Schuuv. ii still hammering
away at nn anti-Grant party. The de
mocracy is the best anti-Ct rant 'party in
the country, l.ct Larl come to us.
We will welcome him and all his
lriends. We will give him :i place of
honor in the household mid accept his
counsels. Tin's is a fair offer, which
Schurz-and all others like hini-would
do well to accept, otherwise lie wil
find himself at sea without a rudder,
Tli6 signs of the times show conclusive
ly tliat there is to be no iniddln ground
iu politics the choice will hav to be,
democracy or radicalism, nnd Call
Schurz, from his recent course, will bo
compelled to choose the former or hold
Since the accession of tho republican
party to power, the one idea of its nd
ministration has been centralization:
Boforo that event the presence or power
of the federal government was never
felt in any community. Uongie.-s met,
legislated and adjourned, taxes were
levied and the people paid them with
some little grumbling liecau.e they
were so and much as a man in perfect
ll 0.1 it II JlViv, tn a von and lmm Win ho'iugt
never reminded by aches or pain that
he has n buck, stomach or limbs, so the
general government lived and throve,
its workings unfclt by the people at
largo. Not so now. All power is be
ing centered iu tho government at Wush-
iugtoii. Our military president :pro
claims martial law in any district of
the United States with little or no rea
son, and. the people look on with1 in
difference. Iu civil affairs the govern
ment, is assuming unlimited powers.
We have an educational bureau, who.e
' business is extended to a supervision of
tho education of every child iu ' the
country. And it is now proposed, 'and
recommcudod by the president in, his
late message, to inaugurate a postal' tel
egraph system by means of which the
entire telegraphic business of the coun
try, now carried on by pnvato enter
prise, shall be a?.ooiatcd with tho pos
tal servipe and become thu public prop
erty of the government. The sclibmo
is dangerous beyond precedent f nil
tho telegraph in're oi the cminry may
bo purchased and run by the govern
ment, why not the exjire.-s companies V
They have become necessities lo ihe
people and arc as expensive, compara
tively, as telegraphing. All the afgu
ments used in favor of the latter system
being taken in charge by the govern
ment, may be applied with equal force
to the plan of running the express com.
panics as part of the govermental ma
chiuery. And if these, why not tho
railroads? Kstablish the precedent,
and there is no telling tho lenirtlis to
which the government may not go. Jlut
aside from it harmfulness as a prece
dent, the scheme is a dangerous one in
itself. It embraces an entire ehango iu
the present postal system, or rather no
cessitates additional facilities to the
servico and vbt expense to the general
government. Twenty thousand tele
graph offices yould mvo t(j lo
lUbed and twent,.fivo thousand persons
employed to conduct v.iIUIUi u u
mated that It will cost th government
tevtnti millions of 'dollars t., bceonio
possessed of the present telegraph hyii.
tem. Under tho proposod plan, the j,...
yate business of every citizen, who may
bo compelled to mako use of tho
telegraph, would become known to
.. the goycrumont, Bd what is now re
garded as one of the blessings of civil!.
Pi would le justly felt us OI10 of
thecpiiftrMuing influences of a central
itei government. The vt patronage
which tho plan would throw itu the
hands of the party in power, shows -the
danger attending itsndoption.
,A was rocK
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t?rcs on Tucsd.iv lasf. " the w nolo tiling
monstrous In Miy way it can be rc- llirn
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BSr Governor Wi.rinol.il still curry (lW(1
ing on rin nctlvo cmivn m i.oumann ior ,oWcJ ,lu,..K,nU, wllicll win bo kept green
rc.e,r.o, J$Z In our henrt for ,carS to co,ne. In tho
hlttoily oppose hiin.aii.l, It ni, i.i or neighboring town of Chester n family by frtl
nomination of .Mr. H. 1-latnluri, wno 1C
i, now Major of Now Orient. It U proL- rc.ullloll oll ti1(J above dav. Tho old t''.
bl.;that tho Hopublicaftii will divldo : and . ... tho
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tho Democrats miiv bo able to I (,(, pltMimrc of seeing at their table
biato next year, or If tiny adopt the t)idr tloK.t.n(,u) u.,oso mlitc(
pistil vu policy," ;neyniay supporv u.
fnni Hn whlrli nniioicH Ilia re- ' , lu0 ilnn ni; uusinesr, ciosuiir mi up-
r . ?! U. S i 02; oldest person present, Oil youngest, prenticshlp in the city of Pittsburgh,
General Orant. llio death ol 6 nonli4 In Mlddlebury the day wa whoro ho afterward bec.mo editor of tho
.Governor Dunn will give almoft r(J il)llt obscrveJlhal 1, , Daily Murnin3 lot.
tl,o entire control of the State. , . , . Wbllo engaged .in editing heprosecu cd
1,0 n w"r"'otl'
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CSir lion. A. O. ThurniHti having with- J
1,......, f, l, M.ut,n..1,l,. nf th., Ohio
will ..1f.pl lil nro(4inr who . . . . .... I nn ibw siuuict. nnu was auiiimuu 10 ine
Will Vleci 1119 SUCCCIor, mho k...... I.t..,, .... ,l1Mi. nvn Intlin Imrbpr'i I... I.. .1. ' t ionj T .1.. r.n -f
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muur. ui. linn mm. luti,... wnjui.c.iuii ".v.. .
anotiier lact, tiint .Mcsirs. renaiuion, .nor-
gnn nnd McConk, 11 trio of big democrat
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failed loatlend tho moutlni: at all, nlthouoh
a verv lintiortiint ono food for somo nucer
conjectures pirlicularly us tho Ohio i
SMttm.tn. democratic orcnti. was entire-
..l.livl.iiifl I n Itm Tuff llif.l nni tnrr.tlni
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car In military circles in 1'rnnuo an
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inventor is wucu lan.ca nooUl; . Gu.
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L'QOL'raiihicnl main: the nrintlnL'. the soil
in mu uu ui muni iuuuci
tn rrliero, and tho typographical parti-
culars arc perfect ; and nro rendered by n I
iccrel procos. unanernmo uy euner wnior
or alcohols. Tho rubber leaf can be rolled
nnd foded without In urv. Tho .Minister 1
ov n rt Una ordered a number of tho maps
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w uu turciun
to tho Chivton or "minstrel" faction, who
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have used their power for pro'cripton so
tyrannically nnd their official positions so
corruptly that thoy havo mndo the politics
of Arknnsas a byword.
fifiy-Princo Ilisniurck's health did not
permit him to bo present at the opening of
tho Prussian Diet. Considering the ex
hausted physcial and montal toil tho
Prince has gono through during tho Inst
five or six years it is not much to bo
wondered nt Unit retirement and repose
should bo ngrccabla to him.
" The great work to the accomp
lishment of which I havo devoted my life,
in now happily completed. " Such wero
tho proud words tued by King Victor
Kiiimnnucl in his speech at tho opening
on .Monday Inst of tho Italian Parliament
Cy A Terre Haute physician advocates
thu use of rHift Instead of hard water as a
IjcveriiLrc, cluiiuiii" thnl the litno with
If)...,, ll... ifilnr tm i m .. nm i 14 1 ..Mill,
premature gray hair and baldness.
0-iy A bonevolotit Bridgeport (Conn)
man has had his pnotograph neatly
framed nnd sent to tint Wisconsin suffer
ers. If. An lw,i rourt Inn decided that
a woman ciiimii" I. r htimiiid for monev
borrowed of her.
KQ)U Gen. .Ton-ph B. Johnston is pro
paring a history nf hU campaign.
US)" Lnura thinks she lias a fulr pros-pt-ct
of a new trial.
t!X. They hnvn caught a colored Ku
klu in South Carolina.
ANOTUKU FROM "J.U.K.T."
Til K IOK KINU Rt.KIIIII-IUUINd THANKS
(I1V1NO A RUSSIAN CUSTOM A hKATlNO)
I'ARSIVAI. OUIiroRRF.Sl'ONIF.ST FAIL
URF.S A Till HUT K.
H -.-lut (J.irrr c.i.liili lico ol the Hilllftlo.
Mimaatrai , Vtiiiiu.ir, I'ec, 4, I f 71 .
VEIi.MO.VT IS WI.V7ER.
JIow colu it U. Tho bleak wind
rusic. down tlioorntrgy hides of 'Old Rip-
ton, whi-tlft nvi r thu town, througli the
dry bruiiehes of thu trees, breaking oil' tho
duud twigs, and htrihes your fneo with
sueh foroii that you think a legion of pins
are perforating jt our cuticle Tho " Icu
King" has laid hU frosty paw upon the
bosom of the placid "Otter," nnd in a
twinkling it ii. converted into n smooth
glassy surface over a foot iu depth. Ho
breathes upon tho window panes and thev
nsrutnc such wierd and faut-istic shtipes,
that it is not in thu poworof any arlist to
imituto tliom with pen or pencil.
u reached licru one evening last week,
u the midst of a driving snow storm; tho
feathers" Hew thick und fast, and tho
next morning u whlta ulunkct covered tho
surface over eight inches in thickness. Of
courie thollrst thing was u good old fash
ioned sleigh rido, tho llrst one wo havo en
joyed for year, excepting a short onu in
Cairo last winter. Wo glided ovor the
snow after a fust stepping pair of trotters
to a three milium gait. The alrwuscleur
and bracing, Iu facta perfect" tonic" liko
Ilrady'i Hitters, "Bvcrybody takes It;"
benco tho extreme longevity horc. We
may as well remark in parenthesis that a
littlo of this "tonic ' went a great way
with ui, not being acclimated, wo suppose.
Tho people here do not mind tho extreme
cold; they go prepared for it. Thoy wear
long shaggy over c.out iniido of buffalo
robea, feul skin cap., furs for tho ears and
throat, fur gauntlets for tho hands, In fact
lhty resemble thu inhabitants of A his
ka, llussla, or .omo other frigid .onu.
In theielmblllmenutboy bid defiance to
tho rudeit blast ot old Korea.. Kvurything
I. on runners in thnwlntor-sUges, drayi,
baggage wagons, lisalde Innumerable
styles of sleighs from thu Mnlo cutter to
the four und six In hand,
TIUhKbdlVI NO UAY
was strictly observed hore, as you know
It I all ocrnml along Xevv Bngland
Senator Hico, of Arkansas, has re- condition uiueau o, ., aKing r-j- -,-- i,,,'-
oxprc.sed himself to a reporter in you, ho will grasp a tinnuiui oi snow, insert i846to 1840; moved to California with Q. H A N N Y.
of amnesty nnd civil service reform, i'om in u.o .... ...u ... n.a .am, ,y ,n , uriv.ng ins own - ox
nladnre himself in direct onnositlon , until ho draws the iron out. iou can- IT"
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1871.
- bound c last. As n lien gathers ner
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- in uuiivr our virila rv n.w v.-
,n nm, ,.ur ,
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mm An tljn ntmnnl rc-
,lf iMt tlHtV0 ,iny, on this occasion,
tliu first linn; in iniitiy years, we
pleasure of being under tho old home-
n w . . ..v.. Tlin UU..I 111 V.UIII UVI I11I1U
too( 'I'haiiklvlng day. Hal- County, PoMHy.vnnln. on tho 8th of .Inn
.,,,. I)f i..i urd lind thcl r 2011 i famllv and
..o M:.on,on'01 .ouier in apprcn uco
n 1 - 1
shop. It is true tho churches were open,
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11 was 60 niensciv coio, ma.iy pre-
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lorrcu 10 ",rB 1,10 "'lei.eciuni rcpati 01
cAriari'aiooi for tho fowler but more np-
lieiixinuuunes ai nome. ni me r.piscopai
VI... I'w. 1 n Ubtiiikiiiii uubiuii nna in.k.u ...
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" fiiuitofthe EAnTH."
U rested on a wooden structuro several
feet in height, narrowing from tho bottom
"'O top, on each smo a sneai or wneat,
"PMCS octween mica witn an mo iruu,
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nni olinvn itmllml IinrmnfilnmU- nrtltiifiuli I
Tho top of tho pile, w surmounted with
wlno and bread, symbols of tho Holy com-
In writing of tho cold woathor andinow,
wn fnr.mt tn mnntlnn ilmi It in anSd the
n :;;r;.. .' " "r ..iiu.
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Min t .man ..'linn II it In .1 li ti i ftl- ftf frfiftf iTH. I
JIany of your reader nro aware, that
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ono may free.o ono s nolo, nnu noi do
awaro of it at the timo. Hence when oko
accosts you nerr, 11 no bc "j mo
coior 0f your nose that tho freezing process
1. nW on. ho knows there Is not a mo-
I ment to lose, ns In a fow hours tho
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rrr.iiiiii.rnni?n nouiii tie in a tnoriiivinc
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1 ... ...a. if . . !,L
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not feel ollended,a His an nctoi Kinunois
besides you "knows " how It Is yoursclr.
Thursdny, thanksgiving night tho moon
was its full, and sent down a flood ot mcl-
low light. Ovor the snow cipped moun
tain nnd valley, hill and dale and rock
nnd fern hundreds of boys and girls and
children of larger growth wended their
way to Otter creek to enjoy a
CARNIVAL OF SKATING
on tho smooth glassy ice. Every ono
skates hero children learn before they do
their a. b. c, nnd vibrato from one side to
the other, with nslonishing rapidity,
und movo along with marvellous cele
rity. Wo saw that evening somo of tho
finest exhibitions of skating wo ever wit
nessed. Wo cnught tho infective, nnd es
sayed skr.tcs nnd wo nro bound to say that
as a skntiit wo woro not a " succcsslst" in
fact a perfect failure. Wo woro soon per
forming such grand and lofty tumbling
ns would lmvo secured us a situation
as an acrobat In any fir.it-class ciretu on
We immediately got our back up
(against a bunk) and struck out, right leg
mormonward elegantly left leg no earth
ly ncrounl-could not be brought up to tho
scratch. Second round struck out again,
as before, right leg equal to onylhing re
quired, left leg stiller Minn a sycamore
stump and fur in thu rear. Third und lust
round struck out wildly right leg
fairly eclipsed all former efforts and shot
out beautifully; lelt leg intensely excited
drew rapidly away trom right and started
on its own hook for tho opposite bank
UtsultWio immediate) sitting posture of
your correspondent on tho ice, and a com
pound fracture of the same. Tableau
magnificent celestial and ustronomtcal
phenomena, brilliant scintillations and
corruscutions of all tho slurs and planots
(Including Juniper nnd March) aurora
borenlls und all them other fillers. While
viewing this extremely briof, but entirely
comprehensive heavenly view, wo then
and there, Irmly and eternally resolved
that wo would in futuro break no moro
Ice with our skutci. Wo took thorn ofTi
tho cause of "our riso and fall," and
started hoiucwurds, singing tn ourselves
'.Not lor Joeph, If h kniim II.
.Not for Jo, ol. no, no."
Wu notice by a late copy of The llui.-
i.kti.v that you havo hr.d n quarter of un
Inch of snow in Cairo. Wo presumo that
Dunning improved it in his handsome
turnout, with thu sumo string of ''tea-
bclU" encircled about tho neck of his flery
untamed steed, that ho had when we took
that famous ride with him last wintor.
Abo that Johnson did not havo his "fami
ly" horie and was as usual master cf tho
Other paragraphs in The Uui.i.etin
tilled our hcarti with sadness ; wo refer to
tho death of Bddle McGce.
Poor F.ddio; ho was very near and dear
to us, und wo deeply feel his loss. It hurd
ly seems crodible that wo shall never moru
sco his kindly gonial face. Jlut two abort
days boforo he "crossed over thu dark
river," wo stood by his bodside, and al
though wo thou felt that his sands of life
had nearly run out; ytns ho turnod and
proffered us his outstrotched hand and as
sured us with tho sumo eld gentle smile
upon his face, that "ho felt first rate," wu
had a faint hope that tho angel of death
who was hovoring ovor him, might "pass
by," on tho other sido. Uut it was not so
to be. Thero Is no young man In Cairo
but who may woll feel proud to emulate
tho many noblo virtues that adorned tho
character of Kddio McGro. Honest, up
right and truthful in tho discharge of his
duties and of tho trust reposed in him by
his employers, noblo nnd generous In
disposition, gentlemanly In deportment,
courteous in his domcanor, of mild and
gontle manners, most truthfully may wo
May the lurf real lightly o'er him,
Dear hoy of past and ky.g'inedari,
None know him bin to lovvhlm,
None named lilmtui topiaUe.
Sincerely,.!. I'. K. T.
HON. JOHN 1HOLER.
(Krom Hie How York Herald. Dep. 2.1
Hon. John Ulglcr. ex-governor of tho
Uo of California, died in Sacramento on
Thursday. Ho Woi 07 Years of nto.
ImIiii lli,.lnr I.,.-., l f l..l .1
lwh Ma, Wt or twelve
,,f ihu vuar 1818. Icavlnc Ills widow
twelve children, most of tho children
young to bo of material nMUtanco to
older brothers, John and AVIIIiam,
aiterwHru uovcrnor oi tvro great stale
Pennsylvania and California. In tho
year 1821 John bound himself, with tho
uui in iuv quuiiiiui ui oyi. 111 uig mil ui
that year he Tamoved to Urown County,
iiiIia.a I. y. ... I ..ltlt.lin.1 .1 Ilninnn.nlln
-"-i vu..nii. i..w......v
t,aner. nnd was soon c cctcd Commissioner
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well authenticated statements had been
rcceivea 01 ineuiscovcrv 01 uoiu. uovernor
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Bl.'ler determined tn remove with his
family to California. Ho left his homo in
Illinois In tho month of Anrll. 1849. cros-
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fun. 11.. i iiir.i ti in 1,:. !,.,. i I
scd tho Mlsilssinni Klvcr at AVarsaw. and
rnftpniwi ?r .Imnnh nn ...n M linil. Ift1ni I
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he naslcj lno Missouri Klvcr. drivlnc four
yoke of oxen, on his way for the land of
no nas juiv uicu, jir: iiigicr uvea in u
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Ilammatorv rhournotlim unahlo to more.
a oon aa no rccoverou nc i rcmovoa 10
IVIJU 11C 1 11 11 LAJ I 1IUUU UI LUU AlUiSU J1U hVli I
nnd bch totaU de8titulc pcrformea a.
bor of every kind that offered, so as to ob-
tain means for tho support of his familv.
For a tlmo ho wat encaccd in hauline
, fc , -
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ass ilea n s who and dauc iter in maklnir
bedsorcads for Cjloncl Hcnrv. Aftcr-
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warn uo was cmpioycu Dy nn auctioneer
I U 11 kllO -V tit VI A I 'Mil, till J U BUCUkl 111
rpmnvinr- Iwitor nliilliarrnla. tn amt rut.
tomers at Ills sales, llo also aided on
several occasions in unloading tho steam
. . . .
med up thus: Uo closed his apprentice-
Uovernor lili'lnr s career mnv tie aum-
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i amn as a 11 tinnier nov in ihv!7. edited a
n Vann.. .nn lit 1 HU HO T".l
aembly, and was twice elected Uovernor
.rn.ll. f . . . . .
oi vauiornia,- anu nominaicu lor rc-eice-tion
tho third timo. ;
Governor Diglcrhas enjoyed an easy and
comparatively calm course- of life during
a number of years past.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
(fiucceiiort to K. D. Ueodrlcka A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
igswskt'lberal Advances n.i
Are prepared to receive, itore act orvrard
fruighta to all points and buy acd
aell on uomminilon.
"lluilncn atteudea to promptly
JOHN B. PIIILIJS,
(Successor to Parker ft Phi'.ha,)
FO K W A 11 D I N G MERCHANT,
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cor. TEN'TH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
Z. I), u AT II UBS. k. c. cm,
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
.o. 64 OHIO I.KVKK,
Utticttn Fourth d Sltlh ., CAIIIO, II,!,.
w. Miration. T, pi, J
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Succeaaora to titration, Iludioa A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
y-Aijeuta of American Powder Co., and man.
ufactuiera agents for cotton Yarn
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
CLOSE & VINCENT,
XBA.IjSS I2sT LIMB
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Corner Elsjlitlt Hlreet aud Oblo Levee
l mo ui.tAnr.tji vi miu waiiiurj.m ut.i.iJra. .it- i . ... .
IHMIItH, NAHM. ETCl
W. V. THORNTON'S.
BUILDKItS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TENTH 8TIIEET,
n 1 Tll1 1TTTJMTH
Doom, Haiti, RllniU. HottMIng,
tttvp Mutter. (nnoil) Wlmlowiul llooa
1'rnmci, Vloorlnic, I.atli,
Nblimlw, UlnxcU Nunli, Mlnird Ride
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lld rnilrnlnsrii, HooHnr
I'noer. fnrncl 1'elt. Wlillc
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ii, Knitllili nnd French
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Krwrr rinea mtent cislinneva,
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GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK 01' CARPETING,
o i J. a J; o t ii a,
Ilia KnllreNtorkXovs' Cloving, Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8tH ST., AND COMMERCIAL-AV.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Has Kilter's nnd I'lumher'a material, Wood
iHiiiiiii, Kiooe nun nnKiH valvea, atop
coeka, check vnlrca,eto.
also Aoaar roa
TiilU Iirotliern 1'nlont Dry Uwt SIctcrai
And Slorehouae, Wells A Co'a Automatic Watoi
i.iuicmora.mauripiy vairo lor aieam bonera.
WINTER'S 1ILOCK, COM MERCIAL-AVENUX
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Havo reopened Ihe
I'OPULAlt MEAT MAIIUET,
Between Ninth and Tends Nlrecla,
and will keep constantly on hand the best meata
lauuiiif reci in wie wairo muruci. nicy ueiycom
petliion. Olrc them n trial, '.. . sept2ltf.
BUTCH IE !Ri
AMD DCAtta IN
EioiiTH Street, Uktween Wasiiinoton
and Commercial avenues,
AdJolnltiB Itlttenlionae tl llnuny'a.
Keep the licit of Deaf, Pork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb. HaUHaiie.etc. ami nro urcnared to serve
ciilteui ia tho moal iccoitublo manner. ngSO
tlutclier nud Uculor Its till Hind Freals
Coama .Nineteenth and I'orLAU Srunr.
BUYS and ulniiRlitors only the very heat entile,
hoKt and vhecp, and la prepared lo flit any
ueuiaou iur iren.. i.ieuii trom one poi.tui iu i.i
thonsnnd poiindn. tle.'JOtf
II. II. CANUKK
No. Tub, and J, 8. Cctn.
FIKK, UULIi, OAUGO, L1VK STOCK, I
NOKTH AMF.IIICA, 1'A.,
l nil n. I
FUUCNIZ. U ART FOH I).
Assets.. 1,781,HS Hi
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
AMERICAN CENTRAL. MO-
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
traveler's, hartfokd, life and
Aetl - lt..D,oiii JV
RAILWAY I'ASSE.NOKItS ASURACE
S AFFORD, MORRIS k CAN DEE,
71 Ohio I.eve,
City National Daok, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVER, N. Y.,
REI'UIILIC, N. Y.,
Aaseta - - - .71I,24 O"
CornpriunK the Underwritera' Agency.
YONKERS, .V. Y.,
Afieta - KS.IM V.
Asset ..M,IM St
'firemen's FUND, S. F.,
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Aeleta. '..IK.biJ 00
STORK, Dttellinxi. Furniture, lliilli and Cat
gorM, Innnred at ratea at favorable ai Bound
permanent aecurity will warrant.
ahare oi their patronafe,
I reaiMMHiuuy aaK oi me ciiuena 01 vairo.
v, .. urtinK
THE OLIVE HRANC1I SALOON
Ntar filooo Dt-pol.
RENT LOW, AND FIXTURES AT A HAROAIN
Rooi.it for rental $ per'moiith, und llatementi
v. c IaAWhe.nci:,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for K A I It RANK'S SCALES
D8 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
Ohio Levee ; : : : : Cairo, III.
oanxaa raourTLT riLim.
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Cbmraercial-ave.,
B. S. HARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
185 & 187 Commercial Avonuo
Moil HurrtNiriil, I'lipulnr ntul l'rrferl
tjl tin- iicnodRre our well kaiwn
i . i
llothareof I lie nlmuieil conilrn'lion. nnd to
easily inaned that wo Kuranle tr.rt.i toifitn
At do article In the lioiiteholil tut a ntfler in
fluence In proinotlottlie health, coin foil and li
PineFn ui .11.' muni; ii. ir wimi inn l'.i.ik it
atote. it la economy aawell at policy lncettliv
terr oesi nni in aiitniK mu
nd In allying the
You can rely on Rellini; tho ino-t niieretiliil, pop
ular nnd peifect coimlnjj atoto ever made f r
Kl'ICI Iti: IIKOII.KII.
ioa are alwaja iiroI havinK Jmcy, Tendei ami
llelicioua llerfatakff, Clneken, Hal.., ( hop, etc.
Excelsior Manufacturing Company,
012 and Mi N. .Main-it., St. l,oui, Mo.
ANO AM. LIVE HTOVK I) AI.I.IH
C. W. HENDERSON, AtMit,
Principal Office 101 W. Fifth St., fin. O.
THE ONLT RELIAni.E OIFT ENTEIU'RIhE IN
THE COUNTRY I
Ii. ID. SIDtTOE'S
i wit i i trcrnIllH1mrv
To Ij drawn Monday, January tat, J'72.
I N VALUABL E G I FT 8
Two (irand Capital Price
C'lO OOO I AJIEBICASf HOI.II
Kive prliea of t,"); Ten Prlsev IV" '
One apan of Matched Hone., with Family
uarriage anu nuver.mounwu larneie
worm - . -.. II
Kivo Horaea A llUKSiei, will, tjllter-mount
ed Harneia, worth . ,.
Kite Kinc.toned Iloiewood I'lanot, worth,
each ....... , Vi
2J Kamlly r-ewine Machinta, worth, each. WU)
syiKiold ar.dHllver 1,'tit HuntuiK Watch
ea (in all;, worth, t-wh, from ,J.iltj3iX
Ladles' flotd Leonllne Clmnt, fJent'n flold Ve.t
Chain", Holld and Double. Plated H iter TatJe
and TeMoitn, Photograph Albiimi., Jenehy.e
Whole number Kifm, iV"). Tlcketa hmjled tn
Aicenla wanted to tell Ticketl to wlrjii Ijer?
premium" will U- paid,
fcictle ticketa 12, aix ticketllo, twelve t. keit
jzii', iweuiv-nte tw
Circulars containing h full l.p-t of ,.ti te, a de
a .rlpllon of the inanurr of ilrawinz, and other in
formation in reference to the .li.Ir.uul on, n il.i
ent to any one ordering them. Alii leiti r i: :i
be addret. vd to I.. 1). rINi:, Hex K,
oiru r, I jnonnat , O
101 weit h at. nori'dtvi w
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
counkk .'12n-.STiir.F.T and omo i,i:vi:i
j. i. (MMiti.i:
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Coiiiniorrlnl Avrniip, oiioallr i;il
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Slade to order, or Uendy-Made.
Has received a full and complete stock of good t,
the newont and conipletcst in tho city. An lin
menao vnrity ol
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
alio offers great inducemeta to her pitrona and
aU othera to call ou hor.examinv the prices, at) lea
and quality of her goods;
Mrs. Swander. havinrr aold lier nroDirlv. will
sell the whole of theae Roods at and below coal.
Now is the time to purchase Christina kooiIs
at the very lowest prices.
Dealer In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Eartder'a Tard and Htnblint;
Cer. Washington-av. and Twcntictli-st.
ORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST
(Entranco on Hixth-at.,)
F. J. Oakes, ")
H. O.Cudy,' J- CINCINNATI, OHIO
K, K , Lodwlck, J
OAKES. CAUY X CO. l'roprllor.