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JOHN II. OIlKULT, KJIIcf " 'uMIl"T
SUNDAY MOW'""', Pec. 10, 1871.
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On. rny carrier, In advance
On month, by Mall,-...-
Three month, -
8 t month, .
7IU ctKtialW'o Alttaifttr county aiuf oftittvl
aim: thtonlimornlnt lnlv in tomtit? lUtnoit t
ivi.l!.avaktjtminall tmnit, but partite I
n,Un on alf tut.Jeftt of inltrttt to fjM'f ;
A(nlirffii.l(ntrtaii7 nrfWihi"!. the llaUe
tm Klieiti tS' patronage vt MtUtgent rewiere and
tnttrprunnj lueintu men.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John It. Oberlr Co. have reduced the aub.
tcriiilion price of the Weekly Clro Hulletln to
Otw Dollar p trmnum. making It the cheapeal pa.
norpubllihed tnSouthern llltnoli.
Attorney Genkhai. Akeiiman lias
made himself offensive to the president
by expressing an opinion of his own,
and his head is to como off sonie time
iu the near future.
Mus. Myra Braiuvkms bill, giv
ing women tho right to follow any
trado, business or profession, was passed
iu tho Illinois legislature on Wednes
day, by a vote of ninety to fifty-six.
The oonfusion of tongues thrcatcus
to be as fatal to the International soci
ety at New-York., it is said, as it was to
a certain building enterprise at JJabcl.
Stephen Pearl Andrews, with his utiiver
sology will make it all straight.
The apportionment bill has been re
ceived with general dissatisfaction
throughout the state, and it is believed
that the remonstrances scut to Spring
field against it, will be the means of
the house making some changes iu it.
Caulk dispatches ussert that Oen,
Grant's message was vary favorably re
ceived iu London, and that tho press of
that oity are unanimous io the opinion
that the condition of this country was
nevermore flatteringly exhibited. Con
sidering the extraordinary insight the
English generally show iu regard to
the affairs of this country, this opinion
of theirs will no doubt vastly increase
our appreciation of Grant's late message
The foolishness of tho passive policy
becomes more patent every day. A
late Washington dispatch reads as fol
lows ; " Whatever may bo the strength
' of the lattor the anti-Grant republi-
oans in the country, there does not
appear at present to be a single one of
' the 139 republican members of the
' house who is willing to publicly an
' nouncc his opposition to the ronomiua
' lion of Grant. There are, novcrthe
' lcf, many who are at heart opposed
' to it, but thoy. at the same time, ad
' rait that if he is tho nominee of tho
' republican party, they will be obliged
to support him." The crumb of com
fort for the passirists iu this is too
small to be looked for.
THE Now-York Herald thiuks the
grandest opportunity Gen. Graut has
yet had, is to make tho annexation of
Mexico the policy of his administra
tion. If this is su, his grand opportu
nities aro multiplying. If for our own
aggrandizement, the development of a
grtat Country and tho relief and pros
perity of its turbulent inhabitants, we
annex Mexico, how about Cuba? It is
a rich and fertile island, iu cloe con
tiguity to our borders, wlioeu govern
niont, in tho last few years, has been as
savago and barbaric as that of Mexico,
and which grows worse instead of better
as witness the late brutal " taking ofl
of eight medical students by the Span
ish authorities for a comparatively light
offence. If we annex .Mexico, wo must
annex Cuba for thu same reasons. Mitt
the administration of Gon. Grant, which
has been three years attempting to sub
due tho ku-klux of the south and ac
cording to its own testimony has been
unsuccessful, ought to uoinjitur them
before it tries its hand on Cuban assa
tins or Mezicau barbarians.
The problem of Gen. Grant's indif
ference to tho reports of .Minister
Scheuck's connection with the Knima
Silver Mining company is solved m a
late edition of the New-York
lloston correspondent of that paper is
sponsible for the statement that Graut
himself is a stockholder in tho Kmma
Mine, and was instrumental in interest
ing Minister Schenck in its speculations
and in having him uso his position as
minister to Kngland to further tho ope
rations of tho company. From the
well-known characttr of Gen. Grant iu
mattors relating to mou.y anil its ac.
quibitiou, all this is more veiy to )C
hue than false, and tho public-u,e ru.
publican party especially will ceau. to
wonder at Grant's implied acquiescence
in Gen. Schonck's course, much less to
expect tho president to condemn its
questionable propriety. To radicals,
whatever Graut does, is right. Ho may
uio his position to enhanco his own pri
vate enterprises ho may assume pow
ere undreamed of by any former pros
ident ho may quarter his entire fami
ly, near and distant relatives, on the
gorernmont his whole administration
hu teen au exhibition of bad taste,
lias been illegal, unconstitutional ond
altogether opposed to the .pin' of olir
institutions jet his party look on with
admiration at hi.i boldne sand " glory in
his fmunk-" The idol of Ainorionn
- i.. ., ur.i.iL' iinln liko !
luuiimism ran '"
Gov. Palmar, ho hUmter a
rcnipmbrancc of coiiftitutio.i ol hi.
country. This would dinpo-c ot him
an eff-ctu illy as it li:n fhelvwd l'almur
in tlio r.itlieal hoii.'ohold. A reference
to ilii; v iii-ititutioa, a faint xhuwiug of
reipuet lor t lie law, a unit as
to the propriety of thair ulnci'V-
ante, would ciiecK tno ciioiih 01
...... i i.
pntWc now being sung to (Jen. Grant,
and change the fawning adulation
showered ou him into execration. It
is the unpardonable sin in radical uyci
and is punished with political death
from which there is no resurrection,
and Grant, who is wise in hi genera
tion, will never commit it.
rsix. Tho Troy HViif, In commenting
upon Montgomery Illalr's nomination of
William Cullen Ilrvant for president, re
murks that " If a post i to bo chosen and
hit popularity considered it is evident that
Hryant or Longfellow would ttand no
chanco by the sldo of Walt. Whitman or
llrct llarte." In tho midst of this di
vcrslty of opinion why does not some ono
nronoso a theatrical ticket, with, say, Ned
Forrest for president and John llroughatn
for Vice, or Lester Wallack and l-.dwin
Uooth; or, taking a minstrelsy turn, select
Jolly ll.ir.kus am Tony Pastor .Vcir
EST Congressman Kocsevclt, it is worth
noting, is out in his paper, tho Citizen,
against tho proposed passive policy for
tho democratic party, lie says ho has no
faith in it, and that it was tho " passive
nesH ' of the party that ruined it during
the war. What Uio Ci(i:en demands now
is a good, vigorous, actlvo policy, adding,
if wo can only elect a republican at bet,
we had better dissolve at once.
Sfiy Wondoll riiiMips in a tcmpcr
anco lecture at Worcester, last Friday
night, said wo have now no political party
that dares to enforce the liquor law, but
tho children of tho present generation
would wagoa successful war upon rum, or
thoir children would II vo in an empire.
Bffi. A boy in Salem, Massachusetts,
was curious to know how long ho could
stand on his head, and tried tho cxpori
mont n day or two miico. Ho dropped
dead, however, boforo ho fully satislled
himself iu regard to tho matter.
COy-Twcnty-sevcn membors of tho Mis
sissippi legislature are colored two in tho
senate, twenty-live in the house. Tho rc
poits of the proceedings may, therefore, be
expected to bo highly colored.
B?IU Tho (hand Duke patronized tho
Now York press to tho extent of sending
llvo hundred copies of each leading paper
to his father the day after his reception.
t!Qi.ll-'am D.Wood, superintendent o(
thu public schools ut Niihua, N. 11., whllo
m it ni nt intimity tun in iin-mil tv'UJj n
pockctunifu and jumped from his chamber
window, breaking his le.
Crjy-Tho anti-dram shop party in New
Ynik polled 1,701 vote-, fur their ticket ut
tho recent election a gain ot' 200 vo'.es
sineu I it.'t your.
I?3f The supply el coal in thu vicinity
of Omali-j havlni; been nearlv exhausted,
tunny are uiingcoru for fuel.
CSSr Almost tho enliro State of Kansas
is sulleriug from a coal famine.
I-'athor llyaeinthu Intends preaching
ttfories of sermons in l'ar'u.
l'opo l'ius will uotlcavu Homo on tho
opening of tho Italian Parliament.
Tho Queen of thu ltelgiaus has been
summoned by a dressmaker to pay hor
bill, amounting to 07,000 franc. Her
Majesty refusos to dUehargo it en the
ground that tno price aro exorbitant.
Tennyi-oii liu cjuit tlio h!o of Wight
In difgiitt and ivmuved to a secluded sjiot
in Nm III Walce. He is tired of being
hiiiiuted hi liteiurv Ihm hunters, not the
least porsi-tent aiihnying cf whom, aro
The London Thnc. -ays of tho late ro
liginiu coiivetitliiii in Iowa, that after a
lung debate it has not neeu able to dccldo
whether crmpiot Is iniil ur not ; but it
has sjttlod the fact quietly, that clergymen
iiuj be great fouls.
Tlio Kill!' of Sweden litis lnunlliccnU
I ly awurded a young Spanish composer,
who has set n number of the King's poems
of music. One of theo fongs bids fair to
become the SwcdUh Marseillaise. U is
sung everywhere, in city and village, pal
ace and cottage.
Tlio following is tho recommendation
given an Kugllsh servant : " Tho bearer
has been in my house a year minus ele
ven months. During this llmo she has
shown herelf dlllgont at the houso door;
frugal In work ; mindful of herself;
prompt in excuses j friendly toward
men j faithful to her lovers j and honest
when everything had vanished."
(From Hie Iloaton Advertiser, Dec. '!.)
Chlcai-olias suirerod a great niisfortuno.
bvinpiithy, generosity and help aro only
nam. a public librnrvU nguod thing, and
Phoenix city should havo ono, to uso
te expression of the litigating landlord
in mo Antwuury " quaiiiprimiiu, and that
peromtort,- And Mr. Thomas Hughes
n extremu W il0 fulow AllaBlho
dental diaguosi f eleemosynary Heed is
proverbially ungruelous. And yet it is
certain that Jlr. HuKhes ha. blundered.
I lie Idea of taxing Urn living uulhors
or J-.ngland, oach iu a sei (,r lU Wurlts
best edition, library stylo, va i, t ,
happy one, and it mado the said uuv.iors
moro or le.s unhappy accordingly,
Ms appears from tho vinegary
rescripts in which ono or two of
uiem itn sour, reluctant, acrimonious
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1871.
dolay, signify tb.it if tbey must I hoy will.
Mr. Stn.illev. t-i 7VA"-' T'ari-p.an
c rripii Mit, illful though ho ro In
thai art of )mt..ng llimns, must liavo
rmlloil or frowned n little, wo fancy, a
bo wrote smooth tlilngi about tho trans
uetl"ii, Hut li falls In conceal at oil the
emirl of pro-lavory old Carlylc. or tho
Mieor ot .Mr. jJisriU'ii. ucau incir
No. 5 OlIKYXI. HOW, CllLLSEA, 1
Nov. 10, 1871.
kau Hi-otnw: 1'orelvo mo that 1
have not soonur answered your friendly,
cheery, and altogether pleasant llltlo
note. I riipposcu Hurgoss wonia liavo
lobl you my objections to the project; tbnt
it aoemcd to me supvriiuouf, not practica
ble by the methods lie proposed (lor Uio
hooka or all the i villi authors will go
vi-rv llltlo in such an entoriiriso) ; and
third and wont, that it wore on the fneo of
it a visible pick-thank kind of character
a tiling greatly to uo'nvoiucu ootn at u tn
cimo and here.
These oh taction do not vanish on ro
tleetion. but. on tho contrary trathur
weight. Nevertheless If you and tho
literary world feel nothlnc ot tho like,
and the project do tako far and go on, it
continues certain mat my poor contrtuu
Hon oi a copy of my hooks shall not, by
anv means bu wanting. Uellevu mo al
ways yours, Willi many regards.
IIuoiiEXur.N Manok, Nov. 10, 1871.
Draii Mu. IIuoiiks : Our friends at
Chicago, so far as Knglish authors are con
corned havo n freo library which no con
tiiu-nilinn enn dnstrnv. I fenr thev mav
smile when they rccelvo our offerings in
this fashion; but mine, if you wish it,
snail no tnaue. l-aiiuiuuy yours,
ilr. Carlylo'i nolo, Mr. .Smiilley observes,
it "characteristic, ' and .nr. jJisracns
contain-) a " irood-iiaturcd hint." Wo con
fess it seems to us a great deal moro llko
" Tako It. and be to yen ! '' Wo can not
imagine that the recipients of benefactions
givon In iiicli a sjunt need expect great
good therefrom. No such
." f.Unl nnd accursed Imrk,
limit In thu ecllpaonnd ried with curses drl(,'
can prosperously bear tho reader along the
sea of literature. In cuso Mr. Hughes
should consent to receivo theso gifts, wo
earnestly recommend tho authorities of
tho now library to romit to Messrs. Disraoli
and Carlylo tfiu full retail jirice of thoir
works rcipeelively, and thus avert the
It is true that some of the gentlemen
who wtro applied to answered, apparently
with hearty kindness. Mr. Carlyle's im
putation of pick-thaiikcry, it is true, is as
ubsurd and ill-natured us nil his iihilosonhv
of mankind. Jlut iu tho present mutually
piratical statooftho relations between the
publisher and authors ol J-.uglam! and
America, this particular form of uilts
could with great safety havo been avoided.
THK IIAI.I. IX HIS HONOR.
(From tlio N. V. Krenltix I'ont.)
Tho Academy of .Music is well-adantcd
to ball purposes, and on festive, occasions
always oilers an appearance more or less
brilliant. (;n eanesuay niL'lit it pre
sented an elegant scene. Tho decorations
were tastctui anil not cauuy, anu the two
paintings of Alexander II., as tho liber
ator ot tno sons, anu Abraham .Lincoln, as
the emancipator of tho blacks, were at
onco appropriate and significant, and pos
sessed a much higher meaning than is
usually suggested by moro festal decora
tions. Tho'usual array of cadiirhts at tho
back of tho statto was replaced by a pris
matic fountain of real water, which
changed its colors at frequent inter-
Thero was much display of dross and
elegance on the part oi thu attendants at
tho ball; and there, too, wore symptoms
of tho rudeness of scmi-avai:o curiosity.
Everybody was anxiiiiii to sco tho Prince.
in. j.t Ijuitjj Difai iirti mi. iiiufijiuti in
a manner more immiu.ikablo than polite,
'l'lllt llnill'ill!' liei'iin nliiinl
1 1 o'clock, 11110 the l'rinco'a set in
which Governor llotl'maii, General Mc-
JJowoll and .Mauamo Uataea.y took part.
attracted much attention. Mrs. Hoffman
was the Prince's partner, and to hor grace
ful direction of tho little party, it seoined
that the happy result of the dance was nw.
ilia; for otherwiio thero was much con
fusion among the distinguished dancers,
and that general sensation of buiug lout
iu tho wilderness, which all timid devotees
of Terpsichore must fool.
supper wasservou in tlio now ' Mlnon
Hull," which was reached from the stage of
tlio Academy by a suitable passage way
Thero wore two "bands in the amphltheatro
i no arrangements lor Hats and coats
were better than usual, and tho ball
was well managed as tar as tho guests
could tell, thouirh tho committee of man
agement were at timos reduced to the
vergo ol despair by unlorcsecn coillli
It is said that four thousand people
woro at the ball ; mid as many of theso
woro uniforms and thuro was scarce
an ilj-dresied lady in tho whole room,
tho scene was most brilliant. -Prince
Alo.xi-s whoso appearance and man
ner were praised Ly everybody, woro a
naval uniform of a' peculiar kind and u
ll'rom the Coinineiee IMipftteli.
It is well known to iiulto a number of
our citizens that tho wife of Mathias Hold
er is at times completely demented, and
wanders ana,- from homo under cir
cumstances and iu a condition that would
convince any one ul'thoabsciico of a prop
erly balanced mind having frequently
been met on tlio highway entirely desti
tute of clothing.
On Friday night, in tho severe snow
storm that was then prevailing, she stole
.iwny from humo in her bare feet. Sho
ivcnt to her brothers and applied for ad
mission, lining familiar with hor insane
excursions, and notdre iming that sho was
barefooted he refused hor adinittancu and
told tier to go homo. Sho remained out
in thu pelting storm for four hours and
continued her pleading to bo admitted. Her
brother, finding that ho could not pre
vail on hor to return homo, was llnnlly
compelled to tako hor in. In less than
llvo minutes after she entered tho house,
sho gavo birth to twins. This incident
produced considerable coiistornaliou in tho
family, and her brothor started in a hard
ran for her husband. Tho husband had
already missed hor and was oil' in some
olhor direction looking for her. Ho then
run to Hamburg for a doctor, who found
tho woman and twins doing as well as
could bo wished for.
N. 11. Sinco tho nbovo was in typo wo
learn that tho brother of Mrs. Holder
died on the Tuesday night following tho
nbovo ovent. In hi chase after hor huf
band and the doctor he becamo so over
heated as to tako a sevorocold, wnich re
sulted In his death by pneumonia,
into wx LOW,
A Commercial correspondent wholatoly
visited Senator Urownlow, at his home In
TonnOhsee, says :
Upon entering tho senator's houso wo
found him lying upon a largo sofa, a negro
rubbing his feet, lie Is in wretched health,
hut no moro than ho has been for two
years. His humW and feet are continually
jerking and shaking with tho palsy. Ho
vuh nui reaii unless mo boon or papor is
fastened to a framo In front of him. Ho
can not speak aliovu a whisper, and somo
days his strength is so far gone that ho can
not do that. Indeed, ho is as helpless as
an infant. Nothing but constant caru and
watching upon tho part of his family and
friends and his own Iron determination
kio,H him alive. Ho is a man of tromond
otis energy and force of character. Not
one of tho olhor aoventy-odd senators
could bo provallod upon to leave homo If
.oy woro in 1110 prostratod condition mat
I'O.nail.VMON AMI i'OUWAKDimi.
.). M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
fuel-error to K, It. Hcndriokn A Co.,)
Forwarding and !Commission
l.tlieral Advanced m upon
Ate propnred to receive, atore.ani orward
rrulithta to nil polaisaml buy u.U
sell on eoaimlsiilon.
'lluslness nttenaca to promptlr
JOHN B. P1IILLIS,
(rtucces'or to Parker & I'hl'.llf ,)
DKALKlt IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TKN'TII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
I. 1). MATIIUS8. K. 0. UIIL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
Between Fourth Sixth .'(.,
W.Slrntlon. T. Hlid
STKATTON & JJI11D,
(Successor toSlratton, Hudson k Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
Ce.tgents of American Powder Co., mid man.
ufActiiiers Agents for cctton larn.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO i.evei:,
OLOSE & VINCENT,
deaijEbs ires- lime
Ckment, Plaster Paris,
Corner Klchtti Nlrcct nnd Ohio Lovee
hADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
KI01ITII HTKKKT, 1IKTWKEN WASHINGTON
AND L'OMMKItCIAL AVENUKH,
Has jUHt received a full and nplondid lln ol
Iirets trimmings, allk clmjin, illk galoon, fu.
pure luei-n. iiiojh trimming, crocket button,
mlk mid velvet buttons, plain and trlmmiDR vel
vet. liatH and bonnels, tlno kid cloves, Indies' and
cliililrcua' shot., and a fullandcomplote stock ot
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which ho pruposea to sell at
VEIIY LOWEST LIVINd CASH HUCES.
MRS. ANNA LANG,
EIQIITII-8T., BET. WASIIINQT0N ANB COM.
It now leeelvinga benutllul asitrlmeat of
Fall Millinery Goods,
liieliidlnR Hati and Hhapci of th latest style
Itlbbcm, FlowcrH and Feather.
Mrs. l.nnj; will also show ouitomert tlia lirsei
To be found la thecltv,
MOORE & 3IATHHWS,
House, Sign and Ornamontal
Ilevoriillve FnnerliniiKiriKi linlaomln.
I n If, vie,
Done In tho highest ctvle ol the art, and a
rates that dely competition,
SIlOl1 IN VKHHY HOUSE, C0RNJCR OF 8TU
TIIKET AND CMMEMUl AVENUE.
IMlOItN. NASH, F.TCl
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13J TKKTH BTnriT,
Doors, Hath, Blind, Moulding",
EiiYeJnttrra,(woo4l) Wlnitownnl Dooj
Frsmes, Flooring, I.ntli,
NblnKlcs, nmod Nosli, Ulnznl Nlric
I.lKlitn, tilnscl Trnnnonin,
NMh WclgtiH, Knvli Pnlllva nnd Cord,
Illlnd I'aatcnlngn, Itnollntf
Felt, Hoofing; Onient, 1'Untrrlne
Pnprr, Cnrprt Fell, White
Lend, I.IiixhI oil, Amcrlcnn Wlndoir
ilia, Kntrllsli nudFrpncli
Plate J Inni, IMitty, (ilnzlcr'a I'olnl
Newer Pipes I'atent tlilmiiej ,
Etc., Etc., Klc.
AGENTS lor Iloclc ItlTef Paper Compnjri
Hheallilnn Kelt anil (Jiinrtz Cement.
11. W. Jolin'a ImiiroTed Hoofing alvrayi on
'71. FALL-WINTER. '
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTRA,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OP CARPETING,
Uli F.utlreNtoek!fow C'IosIiik Uul
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TU BT., AND COMM ERCI AL-AV.,
H. T. GEROL'LD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
ANU ! ILEU IN
CJa Kitter'a nnd I'lnmber'n mnterlnl, Wood
pump", Kloho nnd nui;!,, valv, atop
cocks, check vulven,etc.
Tult IlrolherN I'atont Dry io Mcteny
And Mnrehoine, Wella Co'k Automatic Wntoi
Indicator and bupply Valve for attain holler.
winter's IILOCK, COHMKRCIAL-AVENUE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Have reopened Ilia
I'OI'!I,U MF.AT MARKET,
Belwrcu Ninth nod Tenth Ntrrela,
and will keep constantly on hand the best menti
Biaugaicrrii in ne uairo maruet, i ney defy coin
pttltion, Give them a trial.
BTJTOH IE ZR,
AND DEALKR la
EiaitTii Street, Uetwken "Washington
and Commercial avenues,
Adjolnlna; lllllcnlioiifto A IIiiiuiy'H,
Keep the beat of llcef, l'ork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb. bunaire.etc. aud nm urenared to mtyo
citltena in tho moul accoptublo manner. ns80
ilntcber Mud ilcnlcr In nil Klnrta Freah
CoaNia Nineteenth and l'orun Btieet,
TJUVH and alaufthtera only thu very beat cattle,
Fj hon and ahuep, and la prepared to 1111 any
demand for fresh meata from on pound to ten
tUouvand pounda. de:291f
WAGON MAN L' FACTOR Y
For Sale nt Wholesale or Retail
COUNKR 32l)-KTltr.KT AND OHIO I.KVKK,
J. V. iAMHI.K
MRS. M. SWANDKR,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
'iliiiii-r'lnl Avpiiui', iiicihIIi- i:ilo
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' "WEAR
Mudo to order, or itcndy.Hade.
lln recoived n full nnd romplolo "loci; of noo'li,
inn newest ami ciimpieiext in uio city.
menao vnrltj- ol
RIUBONS, LACES AND FRTNGHS
Mio offcra great lmlucemela In herpatrona and
all othera tocall on her.examlne the priccn, atylea
and quality of her Kooda;
Mrs. Swander, lmving aold her proinrly, will
aell tho whole of thene Kooda nt nnd below-coil,
Wow la the time to purchaie Cnristmas (jooils
at tho very lowext pricea.
Dealer In atl klnda of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Fnrnier'n Yard and HtrtblliiK
Cor, Waslungtou-av. and Twcutiotli-st.
ORNER SIXTH and "WALNUT-ST
(Entianco ou blxth-st.,)
II. O.Uady,' I CINCINNATI, OHIO
K. 13. Lodwlck, J
OAKE8. CAUX CO. I'ro'riclo.
II, II. CA.MJKK
No, I'ub. nnd II. H. Ccui.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
NOHTll AMERICA, TA.,
Ael.- 2,713,000 V.
.Ui-t 2,M4,210 7
A.lt 1,781,141 14
INTERNATIONAL, N. T
An.et l.iM.TJI 17
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AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL Lire,
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RAILWAY I'ASftENUEH AMIURANCE
SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEK,
71 Ohio Uvea,
City .National Rank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
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OEHMANIA, N. Y.,
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IlETUULIO, N. Y.,
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YOKKEKJi, N. Y.,
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hIimhoI their putrunae.
THE OLIVE IJRAXCH SALOON
Near Stone Depot.
IIKNT LOW, AND FIXTURES AT A 1IAK0AIN
Items for rent at $i per'month, and Baietnent
, , D. C. LAWRENCE.
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING M ERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRHANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
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H. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Cominorcial-avo.,
B. S. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
185 & 187 Commercial Avonuo