JOHN H. OlIKIU'T, Editor and Publlsheri
TtiKSKAr Mousing, Doc. 12, 1871.
Ttmti or the I)ilt Dclihth:
, j week. hT currier,-
me yesrby carrier, In advance,
.. s uo
.. r l.Ollth. hj mill,
if, M ftati ffit-
S on nil niMwfi of Mtrut io tht p'M,e I w "
'ZYZ. ....... td., rimUtion. tht UuUf Rl.n
sir f 11 r st -" . ,..
tiik dollar wkeklt 1IULLETIS.
John II. Oterly 4 Co. n.. rrtueed ih. .ul.
. . .r i Uk 1 falrrt Itnll Jtlln fill
,m.$il!?.TZi in"m!tM Tta""' aM Walker' examination, but oth.-rvl'e ap-
.crtpiion pnrr . .c - crcfttcj ni,nut V2i. when tii" prinnpamy
lwftin.iWnii Uim etopil wwdom.
L" " .,.
Tlir.Ioa democracy, which, though in
a minority in that state, lias been Bteau-
ily KaiiiiiiR for years past, declares,
.' . . . ...
through its state central committee,
H.n. !. U nnnlfrr-ibK- onnnsod to the
,. . ' , r I
I'"""1' lu' '""J "
. . i i ... .i I
iJii. .mkiii.icott nas ucen seuieuccu
In lm bniurpd nn llm ''fitli (lav of .lanu- 1
ary, proximo. His counsel havo signi-
r . .. -I .-1.5 1.:. .
" " " rt ' . ,
IICU llieir inicniioil 01 lllKlllg 1113 tasi; 1
.1 . 1. .4 rr I
pcKa, ivansas, cany m i anuary.
PlSCtlHACK tlie new licutcnant-gov-
' . . I
ernor of Louisiana, docs not, looking at ,
hn even from a colored point of view
appear to very great auvaniagc. "euoes
not take with him to tho scat of the
departed Dunn cither that omciaVsabil-
ity or his generally fair reputation. 1 lotJc pnlor WM ptCscnt on board tho I clorical visitors accomplished tho retire
Apparently the new lieutenant-govern- 8tt.amer Mary Vowoll, during her late I mcnt of old Father Mahan, tho engineer
... i t t , ." , ; , ,,, . . , ,' ,, .,..,! -ni.. 1 there, andthat his suicide resulted from
orisi'iiic7io(icibvnaincnnd))iiiciirf.- triptoWcstVoi.it with the Grand Duke ..,',.,,.. n nf 1l1nu. M .,
Thk latest news from Uic prince of
Wales, the heir to the British throne,
is that he was lingering ou tho brink of
death. Londou was excited, the Queen
alarmed and terrified. Tho prince of
Wales has five children, the oldest oi
whom, Albert Victor Christian Edward,
now nearly eight years of ago, will, in
the event of his father's death, suc
ceed to the throne under a regency.
The Shawneetowu Mvreuri, tho or
gan of radicalism in Gallatin county,
disposes of the meeting of congress
and the president's message, in the fol
lowing brief terms : " Congress asscm
' bled on Monday. The president's
' luesingo is too lengthy for our col-
minis." A lew words of flattery of
the " able state paper" would have oc
cupied but little space, and put tho
Nrrcnrg in the fashion.
Hr.S llVTI.i:il bn.M xipiilor Wii'iim
and senator WiUon, but in order to
gratify his dislike of tho latter, he
sometime since announced his intention
of piiHhiug tho claims of speaker Blaine
for the vice-presidency. Sinco tho
meeting of congress and the announce
ment of tho committees, it is supposed
that Jlutlcr doesn't dislike Wilson less
but lilaiuu more, and therefore, that he
will not now press tho speaker's claim
to being second on the presidential
ticket. This personal spite and ma
neuvering is characteristic of the dough
A Wahiunhto.v correspondent of a
radical paper, ivhosc institicts appear to
be on the side of honesty and decency,
writes this . "The administration is
' now playing tho game of detaching
' some of the more unprincipled demo
' cram from auy schemes of compromise,
' and constituencies connected with the
4 late democratic party are warned that
three or four of their members of con
gress cat dinners at the white house,
' and share in the plunder here." This
is a fair specimen of the inside work
mgs of radicalism. A squabble for
office and grabbing for spoils is the
first principle, to which the leaders of
the party prove themselves eminently
faithful. We hope Grant's latest slice
ulatiou, that of buying unprincipled
democrats, will prove successful. The
party can spare all such.
Ohio radicals, who were pleased at
the leliremcut of Murphy from the
iflice of collector of New-York, ob
ject to Grant's sugar-coated letter to
the out-goiug favorite. The New-York
Triliune publishes the followiugcoinmu
nicatiuu from a Western Reserve rad
To tht Editor of the Tribune :
Siks Tailing what vouhavo said about
cM.'olIuctor Murphy to bo true only In
part, it lwms to mB t)Kt President Grant's
laudMVju of so dishonest a creature as you
haveprovfitiim, di-servet the contempt
of every bor.tkl U1HII tll)J )uldi jJv tn()
inuis of the pnivy i Uiu section o'f tho
country, outside .,t Uio, who own' and
edit newspaper und ra(.ul ,,alr0Mll0
and dictation, the preiWwa'i, luttor accom
panying Murphy's ntlgiiutwu i, consider
td specimen of shameless ami defiant ap
probation o' a favorite, In the vtty faJ
of uncoiilrovcrtcd fnet. which wouU .,.
dtr him an object of suspicion in ovenvUo
ordinary and private transactions of buti.
tius; lut tho iireildent evidently dooms
hlui u model of honesty and ollloial worth.
Uod help the country whoso chief ruler
can not part with thieves, who arodlsplac-
1 by Popular clamor, without tears of rc
Krei Ono mlBlit havo expected tho pres
ident, In v owt.f tho very gcuoral dls.atii
Cotton unit distrim, in rorboar his tompll
Yours, respectfully, Ohio.
Clevnland, Ohio, Doc. 1, I871i
"The preliminary exr.uilnatlon of
Mrs. llutb, on thecbRrge ofbelng acccs-
before U,o fsct to tha murdor of liar J .mo and foreign literature a IP
-n-i nt Lnw- cfler l made by tho publishers ..Itlell i:
husband, w. comfflMCol nt i M (J
rcncc on Friday last. t10
ny shov,. th.tilio.tdB"tmn tho
lotion during the .Med icott tr al. Sber.ll
"Walker t.itifl-d t hat Mm. Ruth had mndo
. V. " m ,,..olon of the I
' protiy baby' lotion, by threat and by ..ml of on., or other of our vivacious
Indirect offers of money ; hUo, that he had America., monthllc, a lubicrlbor will
. .. -ii... .i nnnntv mtornev find himself In command of tho whole sit-
. .. .... i. ..I.I ... fSn,.ll.
ocr uiii-mvi. -" .
otiiu- .. unrig me mm - -
ltiih was itrosetit dunni: tho ex
amination of h11 the witnesse. bhe vn
dretscd In di-cp mourning, wore long
and wn- accompanied by her son
hi? the little don "Ou
))H, iM.ctl i,er constant companion.
1 7" , ' .,,
W m 11 .1 mine uneasiness during -Mr.
, , hi
- n.l rnnl anil iinrniiparnii1. Ho
. .. .
j - The title of Prince ..I ..lo- was
. . t i . i
' . VI ' rl" .V V t r ,
f tl klne of Knelnnd : and It i, a re-
" . ... ..." .,,, of lhljrovu,
ncrson8Who have borne the title, comparu-
tlvcly few havo succeeded to tho throne,
r.. i.i i .i ." . r iinri.
Sinco hdward the M., ion of Ilonrj tno
VIII. tho only porom bearing the title of
prince of Wale who have succeeded to I
tho English crown were George II. and
flonrcn the I V. 1
me-n rvnlni vnt mmlntiv Honator
Blair against tho president-, proceeding,
.....1.. l.nliL.r 1,111 InKntltll Cnro na.
nrn a LVW .. . - ... I
uiiuui mu ui. w -
whom tho constitutions of tho State and of
.WHnW Slates have been suspended,
. . . .. - , r .l..,n I
Ashe undcrnands the matter, of those
arrested under tno law, iihic-iciuud are 1
-l. nllnraml AiTanflni rniilll l M nil I
t . . . . B
Ur . ld .
,jtuljonBl nnd requiring special ex-
u . ,7777- r.w no his-
Alexis. On lier return a irginia rcei
l.-.l ! 1.1,1, ll.r. I'.-.n.l llnl'l.
Bcrch. tho cruoltv to iinimala man, nnd
IVIlfflllllirUVinUU. Ill lili;il . IV
old Professor Morse, took part
torial trio rarely belbro equaled, and bc
side which tho Thrco Graces would appear
tamo. Aro tboro no pencils or chisels ready
to porpotuatc this historic event ?
tST A tltho of tho energy and manage
ment which have been wastod in the effort
to get tho valuoless Island of St. Domingo
would long since havo acquired tho pos
session of Cuba, whose valuo exceeds that
of all tho other West India Islands, nnd
whose possession ensures tho eventual oc
cupation of the others by the United
BQTTho Hostonlans nrc laughing at
their unitorsal efforts last week to thaw
out their hydrants with boiling wntor, hav
ing discovered that tho obstruction by ico
was in tho mains twenty miles awny, more
BaT-liy breaking her husband's will,
Mrs. Hawcs, of Sun Francisco, instead of
an annuity of twenty-live hundred dollars,
will r.'ccivi' ono million dollars which was
to found a university.
Sili'ticp, nci'ordlng to tho proverb,
i gulden. In the casoof General Schonck
and the Kmimi mine it is evidently silver.
Bay- Twenty-eight ladies have been ma-
triculatod in tho university of Kdinburgh
during the present torm.
BQy-Tlie (Jueen of Holland is travelling
In Italy under tin- name nl the Lounless
tffir Senator Sumner, it is said, will
make un effort to havo thu income tax
MAOAZIXKS ASP 1'KIIIOPICAI.S.
7Vif Manufacturer and JluilJtr. Tho
Diicember number of this os.collcnt niontb-
v. cjnoludin" its third volume nnd tho
third vcar of it suecessful existence, lias
tianndulv roeoivod. Us iirtlolos aro woll
selected and ably wntH'ii, abounding in
Instructive and thoroughly valuablo'mat
ter. Wo notico in tho department of cor
respondents a scathing crjiose of tho mis
management in the F.iir of tho American
Institute, which should bn read by every
nvontor and niar.ufufturcr In tho country.
Among other article urn " .Making Nitro
Glycerine," " Modorate-Priced Dwelling',
with complete Plan and Specifications,''
"Snwing-Machino and their Stitches,"
"Law of falling II ) li"." " Steam-Klou-trie-Machine,"
"Sugar Kofliicry," ''Turn
ing nnd Latho-Making," " Durability of
Wood," etc., nil admirably and copiously
illustrated. Published monthly by Wes
tern & Co., " Park Row, New-York. $2
I.itellii I.idny jliir. " Year by year
tho who wish tokcop themsulves Inform
ed in tho litoraturo of tho day como more
generally to reconl.o 7ir Living Age as
the,best moans for attaining that end within
the roach "of persons of modorato leisure."
This is owing to the fuct that The Living
Age, being published in weekly numbers
of sixty-four pages each, gives more than
threo thousand double-column octavo
pages of reading matter yearly, nnd is
theroby enabled to presout with a satisfac
tory completeness nowhoro olso attempt
ed, whatovor is, of Immediate Intcrost or
permanent valuo In tho vast and gen
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turo embracing tho productions
of the ablest living writers In every de
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tresh and thorough weekly compilation,
therefore, of tho admirable and notewor
thy In currcn'. literature, Including tho
ablest und most Interesting essays, ruvlows,
serial aud short stories, pootry, scientific,
historical and political Information, It has
beoomoinvaluabU, in th,, Kr,.nt unj grow
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aud weeklies, to every person or family of
Intelligence and taito, Thu subscription
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tho amount of rending matter furnished ;
but for those who doslm tbi- I'roaiii of both
THE CAi:RO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1871.
Y.,W weekly, nnd cither omrof
loading AnHrhan $1 monthlies, for
v . , ., ...
''. m1'obmh1 of tho l.tr.ng
(From llie liuneetoivn Mercury.)
- ir. John ..reshaw, one
SOtlltjrS of tills COUnly,,U
... .... .1 .,
Mr. John Oreshaw, ono of tho pioneer
dead, llo died
evening of tho -1th
M, nf.r mi,v months of sulforlni'.
n i i:?iiiriiii . uii lhu y.
was ayed seventy-llvo yonrs. At'ono
time in his lile lie win a prominent Domo-
oratlc politician, and wielded a greater In-
I . , , ,,, t , ft of u,0
. . "
vjttu tlinn any oilier man Troin Southern
llllnok Hu wai n man of ureal energy.
and in. to within a few jmnthi of his
.l'0 Wli' rc"!ftl.nlnS u.c!'.f
vh y nu ower av , m
ties and to iuiihss a ureal fortune, lie
wusiitrood citizen, generous to n fault.
Ho leaves an aged widow and a largo
milIlbcrof clll,drc( graIlll nnd grMt graSd
cl,ndron l0 mourn lis dcilth nfs dc-
miie leaves few moro names upon the roll
of oldest settlers.
orast s nikacuek,
fi'pw.'iftl Wath. Cor. Chicago Tribune.!
. ... . -1
A jj m. n Dy .can,
. n . .1 nr..!
bomu cuiuiniiiiuniiii v uugivu iiuuiHwny
i,im to nrcscribo for tlio souls of folks, has
been getting an editor to deny that he
l.iunill till vtui IIUl.VM IIIUIUIU.IIVUUI'III 1-
V . . Wn ,n . nffl, ...
Uenlnl was swiftly followed up by as many
na n ilnvnit ttnAtilft rnnriH In t lit tilt' liniltn
.t.i,,iir'pf.t i,;.innces of this man' amine
l S S
tft , vVniPd l.vr. cimlr. of thomnaebnrs.
ir. order that ono or ttio other micht cot
It . ... T . ! . .... . .
1 V'U, " "
mln til0 secretary of tho Unitel States
U.nl ,.. tun nti in.lnnr...
, uunuil., . w ..... .... maiuiuv
of clerical rapacity only
I vnctnrliiv A nnrlnili nlmttlnln rnmn let
him and said: '" Mr. Secretary, ns I am
tho chaplain oi tins bouv, and havo been
olectcd to 1111 the placo for tho period of
.tins congress, I wish to ask ir you havo
any objection to advancing iny'palary for
the whole of that time, and I will uso it
to nurchaso government bonds, which 1
will put in your hands ns Security, so that
In no caso can you loso anything." Gor
hani, with much appnront simplicity,
looked up nt tho reverend investor, nnd
said: "Woll, -Mr. , of course, being
A clergyman, you aro apt not to seo tho
whole situation in a business matter like
this. Thoso bonds will bear Interest
, while they urc in my hands, nnd, ns tho
government doc3 not owo you anything,
you onn readily seo that it would not bo
exactly" right for you to tnko interest from
it.. Iam suro I have only to suggest this
to your mind in order that you can see
tho full forco of my objections. '' The
clergyman went away sorrowfully, for he
had expected great possessions.
Illinois co.vor.i:ss.Mi:N .
Thu Illinois congressmen lire placed ns
follows on tho now standing committee, of
tho houso of representatives:
At Large John Ij. lleveriilgo, mil ra-
ciflc railroad, expenditure in interior de
partment. First District C. II. I'urwell, rail
banking and currency.
Second District John F. Fnrnsworth,
rad postollico and pot roads joint se
lect committee' on insurrectionary states.
Third District -II. 0. Hurt-hard, rad
ways nnd means.
Fourth District John H. Ilawlev, rad
public binds expenditure" ol public
Fifth Distrlct-llrndford W. Steven.
Sixtli District 11. C. Snupp, rad rail-1
roads nnd canals.
Seventh District Jpsii H. Moore, rail
Eighth Diftrist James U. Kobinson,
deni foreign nffairR joint select commit
tee 011 insurrectionary stales.
Ninth District T. AV. McNocly, dem
education and labor.
Tcnlli District K. Y. Hlcc, dem elec
tions. Eleventh District S. S. Marshal, dem
Twelfth District John H. Hav, rail
military nflairs expenditures in tfio treas
Thirteenth District John M. C'rebi,
dem--District of Columbia.
1'AHLKTKi.Korurn to oh in a.
IFrom llisHt. I.oun Hepulillcan.
It will bo remembered that there was an
international telegraph convention hold at
Pans in thu spriiic: ot ihu.j, ami anoincrnt
Vienna in thu summer of 1808. Tho rnpid
growth of tills system of communication,
nas mauo 11 tuiru convention necessiiry,
wliich boL'iui Its sesiim at Itomu 0.1 tho
first of December. Mr. OyNis W. Field
is vorv properly the representiitivo of
American interests at this conn-ronce,
and will prubnbly bring forward, among
other important mntters, tho project ho
has long had in contemplation ot a sub
marine, cable ticiwcen 1110 v unci! Males
Tliero aro threo different routes suggest
ed lor this caulo, all 01 which nro practic
able, nnd none presenting ns many dif
ficulties ns tho trnns-Atlnntlc enterprise.
The first uud shortest Is from somo point
on (ho Tactile coast, to liaKodain, Japan,
via tho' Aleutian islands distance. 5.715
Tho third runs from San Francisco, via
tho Sandwich and Midway islands, to
lokohama and Jjiiangiiai distance, i,mu
miles. Another lino from ban i- rancisco,
via Sandwich and Fiji islnds, to Australia,
distance, c.uoii miles, mis ocen discussed :
but tho demand for it Is not nearly so ur
gent as for telegraphic communication
with China and Japan
Alexis was taken to a Methodist fair in
Fhilndephia, , wlioro his adventures nro
thus described: As tho Duko stepped
down on to tho Hour, ho was presented
with two magnificent bouquots, ono by Mrs.
Ilishop Simpson, and, one by Mrs. Flem
ing. A tour of the room was then mado
togivo the Duko nn opportunity to tee
thu beautiful, young ladles in- iittond
unco upon tho tables, und also a chance to
expend somo of his imperial cash. This ho
did quito liberally. At nearly all tho
tables bo expended from ton to twenty dol
lars. From Miss Emmie .McLean, of tho
Green-street Church table, lie purchased a
handsomo pin-cushion. At tho "Ebcnczcr
Table" ho spent twenty dollars, purchas
ing a small toy, At thu "Homo" tublo ho
invested in a mliilaturu hut presented by
Templu & Jones, paying ten dollars for it.
At tho "Western'' table ho left ten dollars.
At tho Arch-street Church table ho pur
chased a tobacco pouch for ton dollars.
Tho book-stand was patronized to tho ex
tent of two dollars and fifty cents. The
ladles lit thu ".Suinmerfield'' Church table
smiled upon him so effectually that ho
left twenty dollars thorp
COMMIHSloa M) rottlVAKIUXO.
.). M. PHILLIPS fc CO.,
i.,.nr lo I'. II. Denilriclo A Co.,)
rorwitrdiii" ami ..Commission
MERCHANTS ' '
l.licrnl Advnnren ir 1 . upon,
Arc prepnreil lo receivo,, toro nt ornrnrd
rri'lxhtn to nil points nii Imy aid
sell nn commltalon.
"Ilninef ntlemleil to prninpth
JOHN II. PHILLIS,
(Hucceor to I'arVer & l'hl'.lls.)
FOUW A It UI NG 31 KHUHAKT,
DKALEH IX HAY, CORN, OATS,
Elour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TEXTII-ST. a.vd OHIO LKVEK
Z. I). MATltUSS. K. C. CUT,
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 01 OHIO
Iietaceu Bmrth A Sixth Fit.,
CAIKO, 1 1.1
W.Strtlon. T. Bird
STRATTON & OntD,
(Succi'morx toStmltnn, Huil'oa Jt CUrk.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
CPJ-Agenla of American Powder Co., nd man
ufuctuters im'it fr cotton vrn
WOOD BITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEES 31 1 2,1: E
Cement, Platku Pak,
PL ASTER ER'S H A I R,
Corner Klelitli Street nml Ohio I.ever
MILLER & PABKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS koii FAIRHANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
I3 Ohio l.rvfM-, nrnr Stone Depot,
J.D Z AN ONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell Oysters Received Daily.
Keepi uIwm on haml lldtimnrn iinJ Mobjo
Uysierii, which he will io glnil lo erve to liin cus
tomers in the Liexttlyle. ilec'JII
LK''A'' i0T'c''. " hireby lven lliat K. W.
hlttrnlKc, plaint tl, lmn eoinrnrnceil nn no
11011 to perlwi a d slrei far rent xint Joeph
H.i.vIIh., ilelenilunt, In tlm circuit court ol Alex,
nniler county, in Die tate ol Illinois, and that
1 he time nnd pl.ieo of llir return of Hiimmom In
llie can in tin. thtnl Monday in January. IS7i.
at llie eouil lioufe in Cairo, Illinois.
novlMW.. J0'AMAN, Clerk.
COAI, AND WOOD.
WOOD! WOOD 1 ! WOOD!!!
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Clienp, II not l lieaprr
Than any wood dealer in Cairo. Leave orders
on thu slntra nt the I'ontulttet' nn.) at Hods' coal
jarii, on Commercial aieniie, Lelween Tenth and
Tuelllh hired. Cairo. Jllmol. j gj,0 K00(
lueasuio and will curd tho wood up If demrei).
auulli-tr DKNNIB IIaI.KY.
l M . WARD,
WOOD AND COAL
171 M. WAIU is prepared to deliver tho boat
J . l'lro Wood uud mono Coal
IN AN V l'AKT or THE CITT,
Ami in any quantity desired, on short notice.
COAL DELIVERED at 1.60 peu ton
uKKIOK Over lleerwart, Orth A Co.'a ttove,
two doors ht.ovollio corner ofKlghth street and
l iiinini ri lavenue, deceit
DOOItH. hASIf, f.TCl
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT,
13$ TENTH STHEET,
noon, Nauli, Ullnil, .MoiiMluu,
Envc CJullrrn, (stood) Wlmlow nml Iloiu
Frnnidt, I'lnorlnir, I.ath,
NhlnirlM. IllKEpd Nnnli. Ulninl Nlilc
I.IkIiIr, Ulnzcil TrntiNOiim,
finh Weight, Nnli rullli-M a ml CnriN,
III I nil 1'nstmliiK'. ItoolliiK
Fell. Itoollnir Oineilt, I'UstrrliiK
I'npcr, 1'nrprl Il, Wlillr
I.rml, I.linnl 4)11, Anu-rlcnii Mlnilow
iilmnn, KnglUli niiilFrcncli
l'lnlc Ulnm, I'ulty, (Jlnzlpr'fi 1'olutn
Kctvpr ripen nlciit 'lilninrj ,
F.tc. r.tc. Kir.
AOKNTS lor Itock Hirer Paper CompanyV
Sliealluni; Felt nml (Ju.irli Cein:ot.
11. w. Jonn 8 imprOTeu iiooniiK mwayi on
I II Y MOO IS St.
C. II AN NY.
S T R I P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, EXTKJk,
GROS GRAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING,
OIL 0 LOTUS,
II I11 KnllrcNlork Xow IoIiir OiiI
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CO UN Ell 8th hT., AND COMM EIICIAI.-AV.,
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
A.NU PAMH IM
Uai Fitter's and Miunher's material, Wood
puinp, KtnliM nnd nnij.e valris, ion
cocks, check valves, etc.
ALSO AllLNT rOU
T11IU IlrolherN I'ntrnt Dry Sinn Meterw
And Morehoune, Well. A Co' Automatic Watoi
Indicator and Supply Valio forBteiun boilers.
WINTEK'S 11L0CK, COMMEKCIAL-AVENUE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
Hare reopeneU the
I'OI'l'I.Alt MKAT MAIIKKT,
Between Muth null Tenth Ntreeln,
and will keep constantly on hand the best nieau
slaughtered in tho Ciiro market. Thoy defy com
petition. Givo them a trial. soptZItr.
BUTCH E3 JEl
AND DCALlia IX
Eioimi Stkket, Between Wasiiinoton
AND COMMEItCIAI. AVENUES,
AllJOlUlUS- IlltlCllllOIIHO A IlHIUiy'N,
Keep llio bet of Jleef, l'ork, Mutton, Veal,
Lamb, HuuaKo.ele,, anil nro prepared to serve
citizens In thu most acceptable manner, nSO
slutclier nnd Ucnler in nil HlnriH 1'renli
COtNIB NlNITtKMII AMI Toi'LAB BTKCET,
BUYS and alaufihtora only the very beit cattle,
hois and eheup, and Is prepared to fill any
demand for front! mean from one pound to ten
thousand poumti. dci'lf
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COltNKIl II'Jll-STIlKKT AND till I" I.KVKK,
j. i'. :.vmiii.i:
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Commercial Avenue, oiis I ( Dlllo
una iiiij inorn s
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Heady-Made.
Has received a full and complete stock of Koods,
llie ue esi uiu. v.inij'ii'ien. 111 in. ..j '
mense varlty ot
RIBRONS, LACES AND FRINGES
.. -.r . ... . ... ... lia.n.lrnn. nml
alio unem Kieai iiiniiueiuwi ... . i- :
all olhera toeall on her.exainin the prices, nljles
and quality of her kooiIhi
Mrs. Swander, having aol.l her pron(riy, villi
sell the whole of llieao Roods at and bcloivcoit.
Now is the lime 10 purrhao ClirlstinaH goods
at tno very mi'"i pin-en.
Henlcr In all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
riiriiH-r'n Ynrd nml Hdilillnic
I Cor. Washingtou-av. and Twcntiotli-st.
ORNER SIXTH and AVALNUT-ST
(Kntrance on Hlxth-st.,)
H.C.SdJ"' I CINCINNATI, OHIO
K. 11. Lodwlck, j
OAKl'S. CADV A CO. I'rnprlrtorii.
W. II. MOIIIIIC,
II. 11. CA.NDKK
No. Pub. nml IJ. H. few.
FIRE, UULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
Assets i,Ut,UA 7
N0KTH AMERICA, PA.,
Aet. ?,Mt,JIO 7
INTEItNATIONAl, N. T
- (.1? r
CLEVELAND, C L E V E I. A N II,
A.. I" .
A"fl I.IS.ZH I
AMEIIIOAN C'ENTKAI. HO,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
A. .el. JO.axi.UXJ
TKAVELEIt's, II AltTFOkll, LIFH AND
I...I. 1 1Y .... r.
UAILWAV 1'ASSENOEItS ASSURANCC
CAwmim xmitiiTK .t- f'AVDFF
71 Ohio l.rtr.
City National Hank, CAIKO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAIIA, N. Y,,
.. .. .1,IM.J1
OEKMANIA, N. T,,
IIANOVr.lt, N. V.,
UErUIILIC, N. Y..
Comprnlng the Underwriters' ARency
YONKEKS, N. Y,,
FIltEM EN'S FUND, S. K.,
sr.rUIUTY, N. Y. MARINE,
lierininent -ei-uruv l'l narrant
I re.tH-etlflllv m.U ul the rlt znii nf t.mlrn
nirr 01 men paironace.
THK , VK AN SAI.tJll
Near 1005 Depot,
IO.T I. IIIV. .AMI II ITI. P.IH IT A IIAIH
II f. LIU) I n
IKS AT KTOKEK.
S A M WILSON,
p r 1 L 1 1 ik
OHIO LEVEE : : ! i I CAIRO, ALL
OBllCKS raOMI'VLY riLLID.
H. M. HULEN,
n nnnnn . nn it iit uiiu 1
VJ 1V JUJ'jIAj All!) JJ A: iJUllv
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
R. S. IIAHRELL,
m?ATTAl) TAT 1?TTTJ ATTrPTTT?
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
iv J5 unminftrcmi Avon
r 1 t t . ... i.i . .tit .Tnv 1 v . . . .
'.'III.. I III I I I'll I ,M II A VII...
.y.niii ivyi nnn o
Solicits all klndsof risks.
octS7tf Agent, Cairo, is
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